Sony | LMD-941W | User's Manual | Sony LMD-941W User's Manual

4-447-920-11(1)
LCD Monitor
Operating Instructions
Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly
and retain it for future reference.
LMD-941W
© 2012 Sony Corporation
Owner’s Record
The model and serial numbers are located at the rear.
Record these numbers in the spaces provided below.
Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your
Sony dealer regarding this product.
Model No.____________________
Serial No.____________________
Important Safety Instructions
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Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings.
Install in accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators,
heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or
grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades
with one wider than the other. A grounding-type plug
has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide
blade or the third prong are provided for your safety.
If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet,
consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete
outlet.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or
pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the
apparatus.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
Use only with the cart, stand, tripod,
bracket, or table specified by the
manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus.
When a cart is used, use caution when
moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury
from tip-over.
Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or
when unused for long periods of time.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or
plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been
exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate
normally, or has been dropped.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do
not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.
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To avoid electrical shock, do not open the
cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel
only.
WARNING
THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED.
WARNING
When installing the unit, incorporate a readily
accessible disconnect device in the fixed wiring, or
connect the power plug to an easily accessible socketoutlet near the unit. If a fault should occur during
operation of the unit, operate the disconnect device to
switch the power supply off, or disconnect the power
plug.
Attention-when the product is installed in Rack:
1. Prevention against overloading of branch
circuit
When this product is installed in a rack and is supplied
power from an outlet on the rack, please make sure that
the rack does not overload the supply circuit.
2. Providing protective earth
When this product is installed in a rack and is supplied
power from an outlet on the rack, please confirm that the
outlet is provided with a suitable protective earth
connection.
3. Internal air ambient temperature of the rack
When this product is installed in a rack, please make
sure that the internal air ambient temperature of the rack
is within the specified limit of this product.
4. Prevention against achieving hazardous
condition due to uneven mechanical loading
When this product is installed in a rack, please make
sure that the rack does not achieve hazardous condition
due to uneven mechanical loading.
5. Install the equipment while taking the
operating temperature of the equipment into
consideration
For the operating temperature of the equipment, refer to
the specifications of the Operation Manual.
6. When performing the installation, keep the
following space away from walls in order to
obtain proper exhaust and radiation of heat.
Upper : 4.4 cm (1 3/4 inches) or more
Lower (when not using the stand) : 1.7 cm
(11/16 inches) or more
Rear : 10.0 cm (4 inches) or more
CAUTION
The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or
splashing. No objects filled with liquids, such as vases,
shall be placed on the apparatus.
CAUTION
The unit is not disconnected from the AC power source
(mains) as long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even
if the unit itself has been turned off.
WARNING
Excessive sound pressure from earphones and
headphones can cause hearing loss.
In order to use this product safely, avoid prolonged
listening at excessive sound pressure levels.
Consult with Sony qualified personnel for wall mount or
rack mount installation.
For the customers in the U.S.A.
WARNING:
Using this unit at a voltage other than 120 V may require
the use of a different line cord or attachment plug, or
both. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, refer
servicing to qualified service personnel.
For the customers in the U.S.A.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a
commercial environment. This equipment generates,
uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction
manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a
residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in
which case the user will be required to correct the
interference at his own expense.
For the customers in Canada
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES-003.
For the customers in Europe
This product with the CE marking complies with the
EMC Directive issued by the Commission of the
European Community.
Compliance with this directive implies conformity to the
following European standards:
• EN55103-1 : Electromagnetic Interference(Emission)
• EN55103-2 : Electromagnetic
Susceptibility(Immunity)
This product is intended for use in the following
Electromagnetic Environments: E1 (residential), E2
(commercial and light industrial), E3 (urban outdoors),
E4 (controlled EMC environment, ex. TV studio).
For the customers in Europe
This product has been manufactured by or on behalf of
Sony Corporation, 1-7-1 Konan Minato-ku Tokyo, 1080075 Japan. Inquiries related to product compliance
based on European Union legislation shall be addressed
to the authorized representative, Sony Deutschland
GmbH, Hedelfinger Strasse 61, 70327 Stuttgart,
Germany. For any service or guarantee matters, please
refer to the addresses provided in the separate service or
guarantee documents.
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You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not
expressly approved in this manual could void your
authority to operate this equipment.
All interface cables used to connect peripherals must be
shielded in order to comply with the limits for a digital
device pursuant to Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC Rules.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)
this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2)
this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
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Table of Contents
Precaution .............................................................. 5
On Safety ............................................................ 5
On Installation .................................................... 5
Handling the LCD Screen .................................. 5
On Burn-in ......................................................... 5
On a Long Period of Use .................................... 5
On Cleaning ....................................................... 6
On Dew Condensation ....................................... 6
On Repacking ..................................................... 6
On Mounting on a Rack ..................................... 6
Disposal of the Unit ........................................... 6
On Fan Error ...................................................... 6
On AC Adaptor Terminal .................................. 6
Features .................................................................. 7
Location and Function of Parts and Controls .... 9
Front Panel ......................................................... 9
Input Signals and Adjustable/Setting Items ..... 11
Rear/Bottom Panel ........................................... 12
Installing the Handle ........................................... 13
Installing the Arm Mount Bracket .................... 14
Installing to the Rack (Using MB-531) .............. 14
Power Supply ....................................................... 15
Attaching the AC Adaptor ............................... 15
Connecting the AC Power Cord ....................... 15
Selecting the Default Settings ............................. 16
Selecting the Menu Language ............................ 17
Using the Menu .................................................... 18
Adjustment Using the Menus ............................. 20
Items ................................................................. 20
Adjusting and Changing the Settings ............... 21
STATUS menu............................................. 21
COLOR TEMP/SPACE menu..................... 21
USER CONTROL menu.............................. 21
USER CONFIG menu.................................. 23
REMOTE menu ........................................... 30
KEY INHIBIT menu.................................... 32
Troubleshooting ................................................... 32
Specifications ....................................................... 33
Dimensions ........................................................... 35
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Table of Contents
Precaution
On Safety
• Operate the unit only with a power source as specified
in the “Specifications” section.
• A nameplate indicating operating voltage, etc., is
located on the rear and bottom.
• Should any solid object or liquid fall into the cabinet,
unplug the unit and have it checked by qualified
personnel before operating it any further.
• Do not drop or place heavy objects on the power cord.
If the power cord is damaged, turn off the power
immediately. It is dangerous to use the unit with a
damaged power cord.
• Unplug the unit from the wall outlet if it is not to be
used for several days or more.
• Disconnect the power cord from the AC outlet by
grasping the plug, not by pulling the cord.
• The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment
and shall be easily accessible.
• Do not carry the monitor by holding the stand.
• Do not carry the monitor by holding the AC adaptor.
On Installation
• Allow adequate air circulation to prevent internal heat
build-up.
Do not place the unit on surfaces (rugs, blankets, etc.)
or near materials (curtains, draperies) that may block
the ventilation holes.
• Do not install the unit in a location near heat sources
such as radiators or air ducts, or in a place subject to
direct sunlight, excessive dust, mechanical vibration
or shock.
Handling the LCD Screen
• The LCD panel fitted to this unit is manufactured with
high precision technology, giving a functioning pixel
ratio of at least 99.99%. Thus a very small proportion
of pixels may be “stuck”, either always off (black),
always on (red, green, or blue), or flashing. In
addition, over a long period of use, because of the
physical characteristics of the liquid crystal display,
such “stuck” pixels may appear spontaneously. These
problems are not a malfunction.
• Do not leave the LCD screen facing the sun as it can
damage the LCD screen. Take care when you place
the unit by a window.
• Do not push or scratch the LCD monitor’s screen. Do
not place a heavy object on the LCD monitor’s screen.
This may cause the screen to lose uniformity.
• If the unit is used in a cold place, horizontal lines or a
residual image may appear on the screen. This is not
a malfunction. When the monitor becomes warm, the
screen returns to normal.
• The screen and the cabinet become warm during
operation. This is not a malfunction.
On Burn-in
For LCD panel, permanent burn-in may occur if still
images are displayed in the same position on the screen
continuously, or repeatedly over extended periods.
Images that may cause burn-in
• Masked images with aspect ratios other than 16:9
• Color bars or images that remain static for a long time
• Character or message displays that indicate settings or
the operating state
To reduce the risk of burn-in
• Turn off the character displays
Press the MENU button to turn off the character
displays. To turn off the character displays of the
connected equipment, operate the connected
equipment accordingly. For details, refer to the
operation manual of the connected equipment.
• Turn off the power when not in use
Turn off the power if the viewfinder is not to be used
for a prolonged period of time.
On a Long Period of Use
Due to the characteristics of LCD panel, displaying
static images for extended periods, or using the unit
repeatedly in a high temperature/high humidity
environments may cause image smearing, burn-in, areas
of which brightness is permanently changed, lines, or a
decrease in overall brightness.
In particular, continued display of an image smaller than
the monitor screen, such as in a different aspect ratio,
may shorten the life of the unit.
Avoid displaying a still image for an extended period, or
using the unit repeatedly in a high temperature/high
humidity environment such an airtight room, or around
the outlet of an air conditioner.
To prevent any of the above issues, we recommend
reducing brightness slightly, and to turn off the power
whenever the unit is not in use.
Precaution
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On Cleaning
On Mounting on a Rack
Before cleaning
Be sure to disconnect the AC power cord from the AC
outlet.
Leave 1U space empty above and below the monitor to
ensure adequate air circulation or install a fan to
maintain the monitor’s performance.
On cleaning the monitor screen
The monitor screen surface is especially treated to
reduce reflection of light.
As incorrect maintenance may impair the performance
of the monitor, take care with respect to the following:
• Wipe the screen gently with a soft cloth such as a
cleaning cloth or glass cleaning cloth.
• Stubborn stains may be removed with a soft cloth such
as a cleaning cloth or glass cleaning cloth lightly
dampened with water.
• Never use solvent such as alcohol, benzene or thinner,
or acid, alkaline or abrasive detergent, or chemical
cleaning cloth, as they will damage the screen surface.
If you have any questions about this unit, contact your
authorized Sony dealer.
On cleaning the cabinet
• Clean the cabinet gently with a soft dry cloth.
Stubborn stains may be removed with a cloth lightly
dampened with mild detergent solution, followed by
wiping with a soft dry cloth.
• Use of alcohol, benzene, thinner or insecticide may
damage the finish of the cabinet or remove the
indications on the cabinet. Do not use these chemicals.
• If you rub on the cabinet with a stained cloth, the
cabinet may be scratched.
• If the cabinet is in contact with a rubber or vinyl resin
product for a long period of time, the finish of the
cabinet may deteriorate or the coating may come off.
The fan for cooling the unit is built in. When the fan
stops and the 1 (standby) switch indicator on the front
panel flashes in green and amber for fan error indication,
turn off the power and contact an authorized Sony
dealer.
On Dew Condensation
If the viewfinder is moved suddenly from a cold place to
a warm place, or used in a room with high humidity,
water droplets may form on the interior of the product.
This phenomenon is known as dew condensation.
This product does not come with a feature that warns
users of dew condensation. If water droplets are found
on the casing, turn off the power, and wait until the
condensation disappears before using.
On Repacking
Do not throw away the carton and packing materials.
They make an ideal container which to transport the
unit.
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Precaution
Disposal of the Unit
Do not dispose of the unit with general waste.
Do not include the monitor with household waste.
When you dispose of the monitor, you must obey the
law in the relative area or country.
On Fan Error
On AC Adaptor Terminal
The AC adaptor terminal of this unit (the connector for
AC adaptors) is a consumable part.
The unit may not operate properly if the pins of the AC
adaptor terminal are bent or deformed by shock or
vibrations, or if they become corroded due to prolonged
outdoor use.
Periodic inspections are recommended to keep the unit
working properly and to prolong its usable lifetime.
Contact your dealer or a Sony service representative for
more information about inspections.
Features
The LMD-941W (9 type) is equipped with a Full HD
(1920 × 1080) LCD panel providing precise image and
high performance in multiple formats, suitable for
broadcast or business use. It supports both digital or
analog main broadcast signal and HDMI 1) input. It is
also equipped with functions to adjust for various
objects or use.
1)
The terms HDMI and HDMI High-Definition Multimedia
Interface, and the HDMI Logo are trademarks or registered
trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and
other countries.
High brightness Full HD (1920 × 1080) LCD
panel
Because of precise image, wide viewing angle
technology, real color images can be reproduced. Use
the light intercepting hood, connector protector and
carrying handle (optional Sony VF-510 Monitor ENG
Kit) for outdoor use.
Color space function
Sony’s “ChromaTRU” technology brings to you
broadcast standard (ITU-R BT.709/EBU/SMPTE-C)
color space settings. You can contrast the images of the
monitors placed on monitor wall mount or rack mount.
Strong, slim and lightweight
The strong, slim, and lightweight design of the
aluminum die-cast chassis makes the monitor suitable
for use with rack mounts or as a portable monitor. This
reduces the weight burden on an outdoor broadcasting
van, and allows for a wider working space.
I/P mode select
The desired I/P mode for interlace signal can be selected
for your purpose.
For more information, see “SYSTEM SETTING” on
page 23.
Select marker/scan display
Various items for broadcast use can be displayed.
The center marker, aspect marker or display size (scan),
etc are displayed by selecting according to use.
For more information, see “MARKER SETTING” on
page 24 and SCAN of “FUNCTION BUTTON
SETTING” on page 28.
Input signal waveform, audio level, and
vectorscope display
The input signal waveform, the audio level (embedded
audio only), or the vectorscope can be displayed.
For more information, see “WFM/ALM/VECTOR
(waveform monitor, audio level meter, and vectorscope)
SETTING” on page 26.
Timecode display
Timecode superimposed on SDI signals is displayed on
the screen.
For more information, see “T/C (time code) DISPLAY
SETTING” on page 24.
Camera focus
This function sharpens the edges of the image more than
the amount set by the upper limit of the aperture value in
the USER CONTROL menu.
This is convenient for focusing with the camera. This
function also colors the focused part of an image,
providing fast and exact focusing.
Scan setting/native display
When video signals are input, you can set the display
size to 0% scan (normal) or 5% over scan (over).
A native display function that maps the pixel of the
signal to the panel in one-to-one mode is also equipped.
With this, scaling to correct the screen aspect ratio is
done to the horizontal direction of SD signals with nonsquare pixels (number of horizontal pixels of the signal
system is 720 or 1440) or 640 × 480 SD signal of HDMI
video.
External remote function
The input signal is selected or various items are adjusted
by use of the serial (Ethernet) remote function. Up to 32
monitors and control units (max. 4) can be connected by
the Ethernet (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX) connection
and controlled remotely on the network. You can control
individual monitors or monitor groups simply by
entering the monitor ID or group ID number. You can
also execute the same operation on all connected
monitors, or put all connected monitors into the same
setup and adjustment state.
For more information, see SERIAL REMOTE of
REMOTE menu on page 31.
Refer to the Operation Manual of the BKM-15R or
BKM-16R Monitor Control Unit (optional).
Closed caption
EIA/CEA-608 and EIA/CEA-708 standard closed
caption signals superimposed on an SDI signal can be
displayed. Closed caption signals superimposed on an
NTSC signal can also be displayed.
IMD (in-monitor display)
With the external remote function, image source names
and tally information are displayed on the screen.
For more information, see IMD (in-monitor display)
SETTING on page 25.
Features
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Illuminated control panel
The characters that represent the names of the buttons on
the control panel can be illuminated, so it is visible in the
dark. The brightness of the LED has two levels, and
varies according to the ambient light.
Key inhibit function
You can inhibit a key function to prevent misoperation.
Monaural speaker
The monitor has a monaural speaker to reproduce sound.
Two power systems
This unit can also be operated by DC 12V or its
exclusive AC adaptor. The AC adaptor can be mounted
on the rear of the monitor for easy use.
Silent mode
You can stop the built-in cooling fan. This function is
convenient for stopping the noise of the fan rotation.
Rack mount monitors
Using the optional MB-531 Mounting Bracket, up to
two monitors may be mounted on the EIA-standard 19inch rack. A height of 4U space-saving design allows
more equipment to be installed in tight space, such as an
outdoor broadcasting van.
Carrying handle
A carrying handle is included.
Tripod socket holes
Tripod socket holes are provided on the bottom of the
unit.
With the supplied arm mount bracket installed on the
unit, you can use the same screw holes on the upper side.
Removable screen’s protection plate
You can attach and detach the screen’s protection plate
easily with the four screws.
Monitor stand
You can set the monitor display in 15° by using the
stand.
Monitor ENG Kit
You can use the light intercepting hood, connector
protector and carrying handle (optional Sony VF-510
Monitor ENG Kit) for outdoor use.
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Features
Location and Function of Parts and Controls
Front Panel
a Tally lamp
You can check the status of the monitor by the color of
the tally lamp.
The tally lamp lights in red, green or amber according to
the setting of PARALLEL REMOTE in the REMOTE
menu.
b Protection plate
You can detach the protection plate by removing the
four screws.
c i (headphones) jack
The audio signal which is selected by the input select
button is output in stereo sound.
d Speaker
The audio signal which is selected by the input select
button is output in monaural sound (L + R).
When SDI signals are input, the audio which is selected
in AUDIO SETTING of the USER CONFIG menu is
output (see page 30).
The audio signals from the speaker are output from the
AUDIO OUT connector on the rear (see page 12).
Audio signals will not be output when headphones are
connected to the i jack.
e Stand
Pull the stand toward you to tilt the monitor screen by
15°. When using the optional VF-510 Monitor ENG Kit,
set the stand at positions B and C (see “Using the stand”
on page 10).
f Input select buttons
Press to monitor the signal input to each connector. If a
temperature increase occurs inside the unit when using
the unit in a high temperature environment, or in
SILENT MODE, the LED flashes.
SDI 1 button: to monitor the signal through the SDI 1
input connector
SDI 2 button: to monitor the signal through the SDI 2
input connector
HDMI button: to monitor the signal through the
HDMI connector
COMPOSITE button: to monitor the signal through
the COMPOSITE IN connector
g Function buttons
You can turn the assigned function on or off.
The factory setting is as follows;
F1 button: BRIGHTNESS
F2 button: CONTRAST
F3 button: CHROMA
F4 button: SCAN
Location and Function of Parts and Controls
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F5 button: H/V DELAY
F6 button: VOLUME
F7 button: I/P MODE
You can assign various functions in FUNCTION
BUTTON SETTING of the USER CONFIG menu.
Press the button BRIGHTNESS, CONTRAST,
CHROMA, VOLUME, PHASE, or APERTURE
function assigned to display the adjustment screen.
Press the same button again, and the adjustment screen
disappears, but you can adjust the value without the
setting value display.
Using the stand
Pull the stand toward you to tilt the monitor screen by
15°.
For details of the function assigned to the function
button, see page 28.
h Menu operation buttons
Displays or sets the on-screen menu.
Menu selection control
When the menu is displayed, turn the control to select
a menu item or setting value, and then press the
control to confirm the setting.
If the menu is not displayed and the menu selection
control is pressed, the characters that represent the
names of the buttons light up, then disappear after a
specified time. Also, the names of the functions
selected in FUNCTION BUTTON SETTING of the
USER CONFIG menu appear on the screen, then
disappear after a specified time.
Alternatively, if the menu is not displayed and the
menu selection control is pressed for more than two
seconds, the signal format is displayed on the screen.
RETURN button
When the menu is displayed, press the button to reset
the value of an item to the previous value (except
some items).
When the menu is not displayed, press the button to
display the name of the function selected in
FUNCTION BUTTON SETTING of the USER
CONFIG menu.
MENU button
Press to display the on-screen menu.
Press again to clear the menu.
i 1 (standby) switch and indicator
Press to turn on the power when this unit is in standby
mode. The indicator lights in green. Press the switch
again to set the monitor in standby mode. The indicator
goes out. When a fan error occurs, the indicator flashes
in green and amber alternately. In power saving mode, it
lights in amber.
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Location and Function of Parts and Controls
The mounting position of the stand can be changed.
Move the mounting screws on the underside of the stand
to positions A and C, or positions B and C.
A
C
B
A
C
B
A and C: Sets the stand towards the back.
B and C: Sets the stand towards the front.
When using the optional VF-510 Monitor ENG Kit, set
the stand at positions B and C.
Input Signals and Adjustable/Setting Items
Item
Video
B&W
a
a
a
a
Input signal
SDI
HDMI
SD
HD
3G
SD
HD
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
×
a
a
a
a
a
(NTSC)
×
×
×
×
×
×
COLOR SPACE
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
AUTO CHROMA/PHASE
a
ACC
a
CTI
a
×
×
×
×
×
×
a
a
a
a
a
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
V SHARPNESS
×
×
×
×
a
×
×
×
×
(NTSC)
(480/60I)
×
×
×
×
×
SCAN
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
ASPECT
a
a
a
×
×
a
×
MARKER
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
BLUE ONLY
a
a
a
a
a
a
MONO
a
×
×
a
a
a
a
a
H/V DELAY*6
a
a
a
a
a
×
×
SHIFT
CAMERA FOCUS
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a* 5
a
a
a
a
a*5
a
a
a
a
a*5
a
a
a
a
a* 5
a
a
a
a
a*5
a
RGB RANGE*3
×
×
×
×
×
a
a
SILENT MODE
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
CONTRAST*1
BRIGHTNESS*1
CHROMA*1
PHASE*1
APERTURE
COLOR TEMP
NTSC SETUP
POWER SAVING
I/P MODE*2
WFM/ALM/VECTOR
T/C
×
×
a
a
a
×
×
IMD
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a* 7
a
a*7
×
×
×
×
×
(NTSC)
(480/60I)
a
a
×
×
×
SD PIXEL MAPPING
CLOSED CAPTION*4
a : Adjustable/can be set
× : Not adjustable/cannot be set
*1
*2
*3
*4
Adjustment of SUB CONTROL is the same.
Only the interlace signal is input.
Adjustable when RGB format of HDMI signals are input.
When the marker display is set to ON, or NATIVE is selected
in the scan mode, closed captions cannot be displayed.
*5 When RGB format signal is input, VECTOR cannot be
displayed.
*6 When the WFM/ALM/VECTOR display is set to ON, this
does not function.
*7 Some characters may be misplaced, cropped or missing.
Location and Function of Parts and Controls
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Rear/Bottom Panel
a SDI (3G/HD/SD) input and output connectors
(BNC)
1 (input) connector, 2 (input) connector
Input connector for serial digital component signals.
SDI 1 and SDI 2 inputs are available.
OUT connector
Output connector for serial digital component signals.
Note
• The signal from the OUT connector does not satisfy
the ON-LINE signal specifications.
• Output is only activated when the power is on. No
output in standby mode.
b COMPOSITE input and output connectors
(BNC)
IN connector
Input connector for composite video signals.
OUT connector
Loop-through output connector.
Note
When inputting a video signal with the jitters, etc. the
picture may be disturbed. We recommend using the
TBC (time base corrector).
c AUDIO input and output connectors (stereo
mini jack)
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Location and Function of Parts and Controls
IN connector
Connect to the audio outputs of external equipment
such as a VCR.
OUT connector
Outputs the audio signal which is selected by the input
select button on the front panel.
When SDI signal is selected, either the audio signal of
the channel which is selected in AUDIO SETTING of
the USER CONFIG menu or the audio signal from the
AUDIO IN connector is output.
d PARALLEL REMOTE connector (modular
connector, 8-pin)
Forms a parallel switch and controls the monitor
externally.
For details on the pin assignment and factory setting
function assigned to each pin, see page 34.
CAUTION
For safety, do not connect the connector for peripheral
device wiring that might have excessive voltage to this
port. Follow the instructions for this port.
e SERIAL REMOTE connector (RJ-45)
Connect to the network or Sony BKM-15R/16R
Monitor Control Unit by using a 10BASE-T/100BASETX LAN cable (shielded type, optional).
For details, refer to the Interface Manual for
Programmers (saved in the supplied CD-ROM,
Japanese and English only).
CAUTION
• For safety, do not connect the connector for peripheral
device wiring that might have excessive voltage to this
port. Follow the instructions for this port.
• When you connect the LAN cable of the unit to
peripheral device, use a shielded-type cable to prevent
malfunction due to radiation noise.
• The connection speed may be affected by the network
system. This unit does not guarantee the
communication speed or quality of 10BASE-T/
100BASE-TX.
Installing the Handle
You can install the supplied carrying handle to the unit,
using the supplied four screws.
Handle
f HDMI input connector
Input connector for HDMI signals.
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is an
interface that supports both video and audio on a single
digital connection, allowing you to enjoy high quality
digital picture and sound. The HDMI specification
supports HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content
Protection), a copy protection technology that
incorporates coding technology for digital video signals.
Note
Use HDMI compliant cable (optional) with HDMI logo.
g EJECT button
While sliding this button, remove the AC adaptor.
h Tripod socket hole (1/4-20UNC, 3/8-16UNC)
When using a tripod, secure it to the monitor with this
hole.
i AC adaptor attachment
The monitor can also be operated with AC power by
attaching the AC adaptor.
CAUTION
For safety, use only the Sony AC adaptor listed below.
• AC power using the AC-941W AC Adaptor
j
(DC IN) connector
Connects the DC 12V external power source to use the
monitor.
CAUTION
Be sure to connect to a power supply of the specified
voltage value.
Installing the Handle
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Installing the Arm Mount
Bracket
Installing to the Rack
(Using MB-531)
You can install the supplied arm mount bracket, using
the supplied four screws.
You can attach up to two monitors to the rack by using
the optional MB-531 Mounting Bracket.
Arm mount bracket
1
Attach the mounting bracket to the monitor.
For details on attaching the mounting bracket,
refer to the Mounting Instructions of the MB-531.
2
Attach the unit to the rack with four screws.
Note
The screws are not supplied. Prepare screws according
to the rack.
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Installing the Arm Mount Bracket / Installing to the Rack (Using MB-531)
Power Supply
Connecting the AC Power Cord
Attach the AC adaptor to the monitor, and then connect
the supplied AC power cord.
Attaching the AC Adaptor
AC power cord (supplied)
Attaching
AC plug holder (supplied)
Attach the AC plug holder to
the AC power cord, and
connect it to the AC IN
connector so that the cord
does not come loose.
Removing
CAUTION
• The AC adaptor can be used only with products
specified by the manufacturer.
• To remove the AC adaptor, first unplug the AC power
cord and then remove the AC adaptor.
• Do not carry the monitor by holding the AC adaptor.
Power Supply
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Selecting the Default
Settings
When you turn on the unit for the first time after
purchasing it, select the area where you intend to use this
unit from among the options.
The default setting values for each area
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1
5
1
4
3
Press the 1 (standby) switch.
The unit is turned on and the SELECT SETTING
screen appears.
2
3
1 North America
1NORTH AMERICA
2LATIN AMERICA
ARGENTINA
COLOR
TEMP
NTSC
SETUP
COLOR
SPACE
D65
7.5
ITU-709
D65
0
ITU-709
S E L EC T S E T T I NG
NOR T H _ AMER I CA
L A T I N AMER I CA
A F R I C A A U S T R A L A S I AE
AS I A EXCEPT J APAN
J APAN
2 Latin America
3 Africa, Australia/New
Zealand, Europe,
Middle East, Russia
PAL&PAL-N
AREA
PARAGUAY
D65
0
ITU-709
URUGUAY
D65
0
ITU-709
4 Asia Except Japan
NTSC&PAL-M
AREA
OTHER AREA
D65
7.5
ITU-709
5 Japan
D65
0
ITU-709
NTSC AREA
D65
7.5
ITU-709
PAL AREA
D65
0
ITU-709
D93
0
ITU-709
3AFRICA AUSTRALASIA
EUROPE MIDDLE-EAST
4ASIA EXCEPT
JAPAN
5JAPAN
2
Turn the menu selection control to select the area
where you intend to use the unit and press the menu
selection control.
If you select either 1, 3 or 5
The confirmation screen is displayed. Confirm the
selected area. When the setting is wrong, press the
RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
SELECT THIS AREA?
NORTH AMERICA
[ E NT E R ]Y E S
[ R E T U R N ] NO
If you select either 2 or 4
One of the following screens appears. Turn the
menu selection control to narrow the area further
and then press the menu selection control.
The confirmation screen is displayed. Confirm the
selected area.
If the setting is wrong, press the RETURN button to
return to the previous screen.
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Selecting the Default Settings
2 If LATIN AMERICA is selected:
PAL&PAL-N area
L A T I N AMER I CA
PA L &PA L - N_ AREA
ARGEN T I NA
P ARAGUA Y
URUGUA Y
NTSC&PA L - M AREA
OTHER AREA
Selecting the Menu
Language
Argentina
Paraguay
Uruguay
NTSC&PAL-M area
Other area
You can select one of seven languages (English, French,
German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Chinese) for
displaying the menu and other on-screen displays.
“ENGLISH (English)” is selected in the default setting.
The current settings are displayed in place of the x
marks on the illustrations of the menu screen.
4 If ASIA EXCEPT JAPAN is selected:
Customers who will use this unit in the shaded
areas shown in the map below should select NTSC
AREA.
Other customers should select PAL AREA.
AS I A EXCEPT
NTSC_ AREA
PAL
J APAN
AREA
1
Turn on the unit.
2
Press the MENU button.
The menu appears.
The menu presently selected is shown in yellow.
NTSC area
PAL area
STATUS 1 / 2
F O R M AT
3
COLOR TEMP
H D M I F O R M AT
NTSC SETUP
SCAN MODE
P O W E R S AV I N G
I/P MODE
Press the menu selection control.
The SELECT SETTING screen disappears and the
menu item settings suitable for the selected area are
applied.
Note
When you have selected the wrong area, set the
following items using the menu.
• COLOR TEMP (on page 21)
• NTSC SETUP (on page 23)
• COLOR SPACE (on page 21)
See “The default setting values for each area” (page 16)
on the setting value.
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Turn the menu selection control to select SYSTEM
SETTING of the USER CONFIG (user
configuration) menu, then press the menu selection
control.
Selecting the Menu Language
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The setting items (icons) in the selected menu are
displayed in yellow.
Using the Menu
USER CONFIG – SYSTEM SETTING
NTSC SETUP:
F O R M AT D I S P L AY:
L A N G UAG E :
P O W E R S AV I N G :
I/P MODE:
LED BRIGHTNESS:
RGB RANGE:
SD PIXEL MAPPING:
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ENGLISH
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The unit is equipped with an on-screen menu for making
various adjustments and settings such as picture control,
input setting, set setting change, etc. You can also
change the menu language displayed in the on-screen
menu.
To change the menu language, see “Selecting the Menu
Language” on page 17.
4
Turn the menu selection control to select
“LANGUAGE”, then press the menu selection
control.
The current settings are displayed in place of the x
marks on the illustrations of the menu screen.
The selected item is displayed in yellow.
USER CONFIG – SYSTEM SETTING
NTSC SETUP:
F O R M AT D I S P L AY:
L A N G UAG E :
P O W E R S AV I N G :
I/P MODE:
LED BRIGHTNESS:
RGB RANGE:
SD PIXEL MAPPING:
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ENGLISH
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Turn the menu selection control to select a
language, then press the menu selection control.
The menu changes to the selected language.
RETURN button
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USER CONFIG – SYSTEM SETTING
NTSC SETUP:
F O R M AT D I S P L AY:
L A N G UAG E :
P O W E R S AV I N G :
I/P MODE:
LED BRIGHTNESS:
RGB RANGE:
SD PIXEL MAPPING:
Press the MENU button.
The menu appears.
The menu presently selected is shown in yellow.
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STATUS 1/2
F O R M AT
COLOR TEMP
H D M I F O R M AT
NTSC SETUP
SCAN MODE
P O W E R S AV I N G
I/P MODE
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To clear the menu
Press the MENU button.
The menu disappears automatically if a button is not
pressed for one minute.
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Using the Menu
2
Turn the menu selection control to select a menu,
then press the menu selection control.
The menu icon presently selected is shown in
yellow and setting items are displayed.
USER CONFIG – SYSTEM SETTING
NTSC SETUP:
F O R M AT D I S P L AY:
L A N G UAG E :
P O W E R S AV I N G :
I/P MODE:
LED BRIGHTNESS:
RGB RANGE:
SD PIXEL MAPPING:
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The menu disappears automatically if a button is not
pressed for one minute.
About the memory of the settings
The settings are automatically stored in the monitor
memory.
Select an item.
Turn the menu selection control to select the item,
then press the menu selection control.
The item to be changed is displayed in yellow.
If the menu consists of multiple pages, turn the
menu selection control to go to the desired menu
page.
4
Make the setting or adjustment on an item.
When changing the adjustment level:
To increase the number, turn the menu selection
control right.
To decrease the number, turn the menu selection
control left.
Press the menu selection control to confirm the
number, then restore the original screen.
When changing the setting:
Turn the menu selection control to change the
setting, then press the menu selection control to
confirm the setting.
When returning the adjustment or setting to the
previous value:
Press the RETURN button before pressing the
menu selection control.
Notes
• An item displayed in black cannot be accessed.
You can access the item if it is displayed in white.
• If the key inhibit has been turned on, all items are
displayed in black. To change any of the items,
turn the key inhibit to OFF first.
For details on the key inhibit, see page 32.
To return the display to the previous
screen
Press the RETURN button.
To clear the menu
Press the MENU button.
Using the Menu
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Adjustment Using the
Menus
Items
The screen menu of this monitor consists of the
following items.
STATUS (the items indicate the
current settings.)
FORMAT
COLOR TEMP
HDMI FORMAT
NTSC SETUP
SCAN MODE
POWER SAVING
I/P MODE
Model name and serial number
COLOR TEMP/SPACE
COLOR TEMP
MANUAL ADJUSTMENT
COLOR SPACE
USER CONTROL
SUB CONTROL
AUTO CHROMA/PHASE
PICTURE CONTROL
INPUT SETTING
USER CONFIG
SYSTEM SETTING
NTSC SETUP
FORMAT DISPLAY
LANGUAGE
POWER SAVING
I/P MODE
LED BRIGHTNESS
RGB RANGE
SD PIXEL MAPPING
MARKER SETTING
MARKER ENABLE
MARKER SELECT
CENTER MARKER
SAFETY AREA
MARKER LEVEL
MARKER MAT
T/C DISPLAY SETTING
T/C
FORMAT
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Adjustment Using the Menus
POSITION
TRANSPARENCY
IMD SETTING
IMD
POSITION
TRANSPARENCY
TEXT COLOR
TEXT BRIGHTNESS
TALLY 1
TALLY 2
WFM/ALM/VECTOR (waveform monitor, audio
level meter, and vectorscope) SETTING
DISPLAY
WFM/ALM/VECTOR
POSITION
TRANSPARENCY
COLOR
INTENSITY
ZOOM
LINE SELECT
LINE POSITION
TARGET
FOCUS SETTING
FOCUS MODE
COLOR
FREQUENCY
RANGE
GAIN
FUNCTION BUTTON SETTING
F1 BUTTON
F2 BUTTON
F3 BUTTON
F4 BUTTON
F5 BUTTON
F6 BUTTON
F7 BUTTON
CLOSED CAPTION SETTING
CLOSED CAP.
TYPE
708
608
CAPTION LEVEL
AUDIO SETTING
SDI AUDIO SETTING
REMOTE
PARALLEL REMOTE
SERIAL REMOTE
KEY INHIBIT
KEY INHIBIT
Adjusting and Changing the
Settings
STATUS menu
The STATUS menu is used to display the current status
of the unit. The following items are displayed:
Submenu
Setting
COLOR TEMP
Selects the color temperature from
among D65, D93 and USER
setting.
MANUAL
ADJUSTMENT
If you set the COLOR TEMP to
USER setting, the item displayed is
changed from black to white, which
means you can adjust the color
temperature.
The set values are memorized.
• ADJUST GAIN: Adjusts the
color balance (GAIN).
• ADJUST BIAS: Adjusts the
color balance (BIAS).
• COPY FROM: If you select D65
or D93, the white balance
data for the selected color
temperature will be copied
in the USER setting.
COLOR SPACE
Selects the color space from among
EBU, SMPTE-C, ITU-709 and
OFF. OFF sets the color space to
the original color reproduction of
the panel.
STATUS 1/2
F O R M AT
COLOR TEMP
H D M I F O R M AT
NTSC SETUP
SCAN MODE
P O W E R S AV I N G
I/P MODE
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USER CONTROL menu
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
The USER CONTROL menu is used for adjusting the
picture.
Items that cannot be adjusted depending on the input
signal are displayed in black.
Signal format
Color temperature
HDMI format
NTSC setup
Scan mode
Power saving
I/P mode
Model name and serial number
For details of input signal and adjustable / setting items,
see page 11.
COLOR TEMP/SPACE menu
The COLOR TEMP/SPACE menu is used for adjusting
the picture white balance or color space.
You need to use the measurement instrument to adjust
the white balance.
Recommended: Konica Minolta color analyzer CA-210/
CA-310
COLOR TEMP/SPACE
COLOR TEMP:
M A N UA L A D J U S T M E N T
ADJUST GAIN:
ADJUST BIAS:
COPY FROM:
C O L O R S PA C E :
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Adjustment Using the Menus
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Submenu
USER CONTROL 1/3
SUB CONTROL
CONTRAST:
BRIGHTNESS:
CHROMA:
PHASE:
APERTURE:
BACKLIGHT:
VO L U M E :
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Adjusts color intensity (CHROMA)
and tones (PHASE).
• AUTO ADJ VALUE: Selects
ON or OFF of the auto
adjustment. When you set to
OFF, this parameter is reset
to the factory setting. When
you set to ON, the
automatically adjusted value
is enabled.
• START: The auto adjustment
starts when you display the
color bar signals (Full/
SMPTE/EIA) on the screen
and press the menu selection
control. After adjusting the
color intensity, press the
MENU button to clear the
adjustment screen. After the
adjustment is done correctly,
the AUTO ADJ VALUE is
automatically set to ON.
PICTURE CONTROL
Adjusts the picture.
• ACC (Auto Color Control):
Sets ACC circuit on or off.
To check the fine
adjustment, select OFF.
Normally select ON.
• CTI (Chroma Transient
Improvement): When a low
color resolution signal is
input, a crisp image can be
displayed. When the setting
is higher, the picture
becomes even more crisp.
• V SHARPNESS: A crisp image
can be displayed. When the
setting is higher, the picture
becomes even more crisp.
INPUT SETTING
• SHIFT H: Adjusts the position of
the picture. As the setting
increases, the picture moves
to the right, and as the
setting decreases, the picture
moves to the left.
• SHIFT V: Adjusts the position of
the picture. As the setting
increases, the picture moves
up, and as the setting
decreases, the picture moves
down.
USER CONTROL 2/3
AU T O C H R O M A / P H A S E
AU T O A D J VA L U E :
S TA R T :
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USER CONTROL 3/3
PICTURE CONTROL
ACC:
CTI:
V SHARPNESS:
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INPUT SETTING
SHIFT H:
S H I F T V:
Submenu
SUB CONTROL
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Setting
Adjusts finely the adjustment range
of the function buttons which
CONTRAST, BRIGHTNESS,
CHROMA and PHASE are
assigned.
• CONTRAST: Adjusts the
picture contrast.
• BRIGHTNESS: Adjusts the
picture brightness.
• CHROMA: Adjusts color
intensity. The higher the
setting, the greater the
intensity. The lower the
setting, the lower the
intensity.
• PHASE: Adjusts color tones.
The higher the setting, the
more greenish the picture.
The lower the setting, the
more purplish the picture.
• APERTURE: Adjusts the picture
sharpness.
The higher the setting, the
sharper the picture. The
lower the setting, the softer
the picture. APERTURE
does not work when the
camera focus function is
activated.
• BACKLIGHT: Adjusts the
backlight. When the setting
is changed, the brightness of
the backlight is changed.
• VOLUME: Adjusts the volume.
Adjustment Using the Menus
Setting
AUTO CHROMA/
PHASE
USER CONFIG menu
The USER CONFIG menu is used for setting the
system, marker, T/C display, WFM/ALM/VECTOR,
focus, function button, closed caption, and audio.
USER CONFIG
SYSTEM SETTING:
MARKER SETTING:
T / C D I S P L AY S E T T I N G :
IMD SETTING:
W F M / A L M / V E C TO R S E T T I N G :
FOCUS SETTING:
F U N C T I O N BU T TO N S E T T I N G :
CLOSED CAPTION SETTING:
AU D I O S E T T I N G :
SYSTEM SETTING
USER CONFIG – SYSTEM SETTING
NTSC SETUP:
F O R M AT D I S P L AY:
L A N G UAG E :
P O W E R S AV I N G :
I/P MODE:
LED BRIGHTNESS:
RGB RANGE:
SD PIXEL MAPPING:
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Submenu
Setting
NTSC SETUP
Selects the NTSC setup level from
two modes.
The 7.5 setup level is used mainly
in North America. The 0 setup level
is used mainly in Japan.
FORMAT DISPLAY
Selects the display mode of the
signal format and scan mode.
• ON: The format and scan mode
are always displayed.
• OFF: The display is hidden.
• AUTO: The format and scan
mode are displayed for
about 5 seconds when the
input of the signal starts.
LANGUAGE
POWER SAVING
Selects the menu or message
language from among seven
languages.
• ENGLISH: English
• FRANÇAIS: French
• DEUTSCH: German
• ESPAÑOL: Spanish
• ITALIANO: Italian
•
: Japanese
•
: Chinese
Submenu
Setting
I/P MODE (picture delay Selects to set the delay by the
minimum)
picture processing to the minimum
level when the interlace signal is
input.
• INTER-FIELD*: Mode for
giving precedence to the
picture quality. Performs
interpolation depending on
the movement of the images
between the fields. It takes
longer than the other setting
modes to process the
picture.
• FIELD MERGE: The
processing time is shorter.
Combines the lines in the
odd fields and even fields
alternately regardless of the
movement of images.
Suitable for viewing still
images.
• LINE DOUBLER: The
processing time is shorter.
Performs interpolation by
repeating each line in the
data receiving sequence
regardless of the field. As
the line flicker is displayed
in this mode, it is available
for checking the line flicker
of the telop work and so on.
• INTRA-FIELD: INTRA-FIELD
is only available for 1920 ×
1080 SDI signal input.
Mode to provide naturally
reproduced image and quick
picture processing. Performs
interpolation within the
fields. Suitable for 1920 ×
1080 SDI signal input.
* When DISPLAY in WFM/ALM/
VECTOR SETTING is activated,
INTER-FIELD cannot be
selected.
LED BRIGHTNESS
Sets the brightness of the LED of
the buttons.
• HIGH: The LED becomes
brighter.
• LOW: The LED becomes darker.
RGB RANGE
Sets the black level and white level
for the RGB format of HDMI
signals.
• FULL: 0 (black level) to 255
(white level)
• LIMITED: 16 (black level) to
235 (white level)
Sets the power saving mode on or
off. When you set to ON, the
monitor goes into power saving
mode if no signal is input for about
one minute.
Adjustment Using the Menus
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Submenu
Setting
Submenu
Setting
SD PIXEL MAPPING
Selects SD picture size (pixels)
according to the input signal format
from the COMPOSITE IN
connector.
When picture signals in the size
of 720 × 576 (50i) (or 720 × 487
(60i)) are input
Select 720 × 576 (or 720 ×
487). This is the default
setting.
When 702 × 576 (or 712 ×
483) is selected, all sides of
the input picture are cut off
by several pixels.
When picture signals in the size
of 702 × 576 (50i) (or 712 × 483
(60i)) or equivalent are input
Select 702 × 576 (or 712 ×
483).
When 720 × 576 (or 720 ×
487) is selected, a black
border (of several pixels
wide) appears around the
input picture.
CENTER MARKER
Selects ON to display the center
mark of the picture and OFF not to
display.
SAFETY AREA
Selects the safe area size for the
aspect ratio determined by the
button to which the aspect function
is assigned. You can select from
OFF, 80%, 85%, 88%, 90% and
93%.When the marker is displayed,
the safe area for the marker is
displayed.
MARKER LEVEL
Sets the luminance to display the
MARKER SELECT, CENTER
MARKER and SAFETY AREA.
You can select 1, 2 or 3. When the
setting is low, the marker appears
dark.
MARKER MAT
Selects whether you put mat on the
outside of the marker display.
• OFF: No mat is put.
• HALF: Gray mat is put.
• BLACK: Black mat is put.
T/C (time code) DISPLAY SETTING
MARKER SETTING
USER CONFIG – T/C DISPLAY SETTING
USER CONFIG – MARKER SETTING
Submenu
MARKER ENABLE
Setting
Selects ON to display the marker
and OFF not to display.
Submenu
Setting
T/C
Selects ON to display the time code
display and OFF not to display.
FORMAT
Sets the time code format.
• VITC: To display the time code
in VITC format.
• LTC: To display the time code in
LTC format.
POSITION
Sets the position of the time code
display. You can select between 1
and 2.
• 1: Top
• 2: Bottom
TRANSPARENCY
Selects BLACK or HALF
(transparent) for the background of
T/C display.
• BLACK: The background
becomes black. Displayed
image is hidden behind the
background.
• HALF: The background becomes
transparent. Displayed
image appears under the T/C
display.
Note
When NATIVE is selected in the
SCAN setting, the marker is not
displayed.
To display the marker, select a
setting other than NATIVE.
MARKER SELECT
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Selects the aspect ratio according to
the film, when the frame of the film
is displayed on the screen.
When 16:9 aspect ratio is selected
with the button which the aspect
function is assigned
You can select from among
4:3, 15:9, 14:9, 13:9, 1.85:1,
2.35:1, 1.85:1 & 4:3 and
OFF.
When 4:3 aspect ratio is selected
with the button which the aspect
function is assigned
You can select 16:9 or OFF.
Adjustment Using the Menus
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F O R M AT :
POSITION:
T R A N S PA R E N C Y:
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MARKER ENABLE:
MARKER SELECT:
CENTER MARKER:
SAFETY AREA:
MARKER LEVEL:
M A R K E R M AT :
IMD (in-monitor display) SETTING
Submenu
Setting
The monitor supports “TSL UMD Protocol - V5.00”
provided by Television System LTD.
Tally 1 and tally 2 lamp colors, text colors and text
display brightness can be set in the setting menu.
TEXT COLOR
Selects the color of text displayed
in IMD. Selecting “0 (commanded
color)” sets the same color as set in
TSL command. Selecting from 1
and 8 sets the following colors,
regardless of the command setting.
• 0: Commanded color
• 1: White
• 2: Red
• 3: Green
• 4: Blue
• 5: Yellow
• 6: Cyan
• 7: Magenta
• 8: Amber
TEXT BRIGHTNESS
Selects brightness of text displayed
in IMD. Selecting “0 (commanded
brightness)” sets the brightness
same as set in TSL command.
Selecting from between 1 and 3 sets
the following brightness, regardless
of the command setting.
• 0: Commanded brightness
• 1: 100%
• 2: 50%
• 3: 14%
TALLY 1
Selects the color of tally 1 lamp
displayed in IMD. Selecting “0
(commanded color)” sets the same
color as set in TSL command.
Selecting from 1 and 8 sets the
following colors, regardless of the
command setting.
• 0: Commanded color
• 1: White
• 2: Red
• 3: Green
• 4: Blue
• 5: Yellow
• 6: Cyan
• 7: Magenta
• 8: Amber
TALLY 2
Selects the color of tally 2 lamp
displayed in IMD. Selecting “0
(commanded color)” sets the same
color as set in TSL command.
Selecting from 1 and 8 sets the
following colors, regardless of the
command setting.
• 0: Commanded color
• 1: White
• 2: Red
• 3: Green
• 4: Blue
• 5: Yellow
• 6: Cyan
• 7: Magenta
• 8: Amber
CAMERA1
Tally 1
Text
Tally 2
Notes
• Set values to “0x0000” in SCREEN and INDEX of
TSL protocol setting before displaying IMD.
• The monitor displays English alphabet, numbers,
symbolic codes and Japanese letters (i.e. Hiragana and
Katakana). Certain symbols cannot be displayed.
• Up to 16 characters are displayed in English and
Japanese. A voiced sound mark in Japanese is counted
as one character.
USER CONFIG – IMD SETTING
xx
x
xxxx
x
x
x
x
IMD:
POSITION:
T R A N S PA R E N C Y:
TEXT COLOR:
TEXT BRIGHTNESS:
TA L LY 1 :
TA L LY 2 :
Submenu
Setting
IMD
Selects ON to activate IMD and
OFF to turn it off.
POSITION
Sets the position of IMD. You can
select between 1 and 2.
• 1: Top
• 2: Bottom
TRANSPARENCY
Selects BLACK or HALF for the
background of IMD.
• BLACK: The background is
black. Displayed image is
hidden behind the
background.
• HALF: The background is
transparent. Displayed
image can be seen
indistinctly behind the IMD
display.
Adjustment Using the Menus
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WFM/ALM/VECTOR (waveform monitor,
audio level meter, and vectorscope)
SETTING
Submenu
Setting
When WFM is selected
Waveform
USER CONFIG – WFM/ALM/VECTOR SETTING 1/2
D I S P L AY:
W F M / A L M / V E C TO R :
POSITION:
T R A N S PA R E N C Y:
COLOR:
I N T E N S I T Y:
ZOOM:
LINE SELECT:
LINE POSITION:
xxx
xxxxxx
x
xxxxx
xx
x
xxx
xxx
xxx
109%
Audio level
(dB)
OVER
0
100%
-10
-20
50%
-30
USER CONFIG – WFM/ALM/VECTOR SETTING 2/2
xxx
TA R G E T :
0%
-4%
-60
1
2
Channel number
(The channel number which is selected in
SDI AUDIO SETTING is displayed.)
When ALM is selected
Audio level
Submenu
Setting
DISPLAY
Select ON to display the WFM
(waveform monitor), ALM (audio level
meter), or VECTOR (Vectorscope) or
OFF not to display.
WFM/ALM/
VECTOR
Sets the display settings for WFM/ALM/
vectorcope.
• WFM: Displays the wave form
monitor.
• ALM: Displays the audio level meter.
• VECTOR: Displays the vectorscope.
When WFM is selected, the waveform
and audio level are displayed. When
ALM is selected, the audio level is
displayed in eight channels.
When VECTOR is selected, the color
component of the image signal and the
audio levels are displayed.
When SDI signal is input, the audio
levels for channels selected in SDI
AUDIO SETTING are displayed.
Each display type is illustrated below.
(The waveform percentage and audio
level units/values do not appear on the
display.)
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Adjustment Using the Menus
(dB)
OVER
0
-10
-20
-30
-60
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Channel number
(Displayed in eight channels, including the channel
which is selected in SDI AUDIO SETTING.)
Submenu
Setting
When VECTOR is selected
Red
Magenta Audio level
(dB)
OVER
0
Submenu
Setting
TARGET
Select 75 or 100. Switches the
vectorscope target between 75% and
100%.
FOCUS SETTING
Bar I
-10
Yellow
-20
Bar Q
-30
Black
USER CONFIG – FOCUS SETTING
xxx
xx
x
x
x
FOCUS MODE:
COLOR:
F R E Q U E N C Y:
RANGE:
GAIN:
-60
1
Green
Cyan
2
Blue
Color target frame
Submenu
Setting
FOCUS MODE
Switches the focus mode.
• STD: An image with sharpened edges
is displayed.
• COLOR: Displays the intensified
areas of images with color
selected in COLOR below.
• OFF: FOCUS MODE is deactivated.
COLOR
Selects the displayed intensified color
from white (W), red (R), green (G), blue
(B), and yellow (YL).
FREQUENCY
Sets the center frequency of the edge
sharpening signal.
You can select from L, M, MH, H.
RANGE
Sets the amount by which the level of
edge sharpening may vary.
You can set from 1 to 3.
GAIN
Sets the level of edge sharpening.
You can select from 0 to 100.
Channel number
(The channel number which is selected in
SDI AUDIO SETTING is displayed.)
POSITION
TRANSPARENCY
COLOR
Sets the position of the WFM/ALM/
VECTOR display. You can select from
among 1 to 4.
• 1: Bottom left
• 2: Bottom right
• 3: Top right
• 4: Top left
Selects from black and half (transparent)
for the background of the WFM/ALM/
VECTOR display.
• BLACK: The background is black.
Displayed image is hidden behind
the background.
• HALF: The background is
transparent. Displayed image can
be seen indistinctly behind the
WFM/ALM/VECTOR display.
Selects the displayed line color from
white (W), red (R), green (G), blue (B)
and yellow (YL), when WFM is
selected.
INTENSITY
Sets the brightness of the waveform, etc.
The larger the value, the brighter the
waveform.
ZOOM
When ON is set, 0-20 IRE areas will be
zoomed when WFM is selected, or black
areas will be zoomed when VECTOR is
selected.
LINE SELECT
Select ON to display the wave form of
the line assigned in LINE POSITION
below, when WFM is selected.
LINE POSITION
Sets the line position when WFM is
selected.
When the numerical value is increased,
the line will move down; when
decreased, the line will move up.
FUNCTION BUTTON SETTING
USER CONFIG – FUNCTION BUTTON SETTING
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
BU T TO N :
BU T TO N :
BU T TO N :
BU T TO N :
BU T TO N :
BU T TO N :
BU T TO N :
xxxx
xxxx
xxxx
xxxx
xxxx
xxxx
xxxx
Adjustment Using the Menus
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Submenu
Setting
F1 BUTTON to F7
BUTTON
Assigns the function to the function
buttons of the front panel and turns the
function on or off.
You can assign the function from among
SCAN, ASPECT, BLUE ONLY,
MONO, MARKER, I/P MODE, etc.
Factory setting
• F1 button: BRIGHTNESS
• F2 button: CONTRAST
• F3 button: CHROMA
• F4 button: SCAN
• F5 button: H/V DELAY
• F6 button: VOLUME
• F7 button: I/P MODE
About the function assigned to the
function button
SCAN
Press the button to change the scan size of the picture.
With every press of the button, the picture switches in
the sequence NORMAL scan t OVER scan t
NATIVE (see “Scan mode image” on page 29).
ASPECT
Press the button to set the aspect ratio of the picture, 4:3
or 16:9.
BLUE ONLY
Press the button to eliminate the red and green signals.
Only blue signal is displayed as an apparent
monochrome picture on the screen. This facilitates
“chroma” and “phase” adjustments and observation of
signal noise.
MONO
Press the button to display a monochrome picture. When
the buttons is pressed again, the monitor switches
automatically to color mode.
MARKER
Press the button to display the marker. Set the aspect
marker in the MARKER SETTING menu (see page 24).
H/V DELAY
Press the button to observe the horizontal and vertical
sync signals at the same time.
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When LINE SELECT is set to ON and WFM is selected,
each time you press the button, the settings change in the
sequence WFM display activated t Line position
setting t WFM display deactivated. Turn the menu
selection control to move the line, when the line position
is selected.
When LINE SELECT is set to OFF, the WFM display
switches between activated and deactivated.
ZOOM
Press the button to zoom in the WFM/ALM/vectorscope
display. Set the ZOOM setting in the WFM/ALM/
VECTOR SETTING menu (see page 27).
BRIGHTNESS
Press the button to adjust the picture brightness. Press
the button to display the adjustment screen and adjust
the picture brightness. Press again to hide the adjustment
screen. However, the picture brightness remains
adjustable. Turn the menu selection control right to
increase the brightness and turn left to decrease it.
CONTRAST
Press the button to adjust the picture contrast. Press the
button to display the adjustment screen and adjust the
picture contrast. Press again to hide the adjustment
screen. However, the picture contrast remains
adjustable. Turn the menu selection control right to
increase the contrast and turn left to decrease it.
CHROMA
Press the button to adjust the color intensity. Press the
button to display the adjustment screen and adjust the
color intensity. Press again to hide the adjustment
screen. However, the color intensity remains adjustable.
Turn the menu selection control right to increase the
intensity and turn left to decrease it.
VOLUME
Press the button to adjust the volume. Press the button to
display the adjustment screen and adjust the volume.
Press again to hide the adjustment screen. However, the
volume remains adjustable. Turn the menu selection
control right to increase the volume and turn left to
decrease it.
CLOSED CAP.
Press the button to display the closed caption. Set the
closed caption setting in the CLOSED CAPTION
SETTING menu (see page 29).
I/P MODE
Press the button to set the delay by the picture
processing to the minimum level when interlace signal
is input. The mode switches in the sequence INTERFIELD t FIELD MERGE t LINE DOUBLER t
INTRA-FIELD with every press of the button (see “I/P
MODE” on page 23).
WFM/ALM/VS (WFM/ALM/VECTOR)
Press the button to display the WFM/ALM/vectorscope
display. Set the WFM/ALM/vectorscope display setting
in the WFM/ALM/VECTOR SETTING menu (see
page 26).
PHASE
Press the button to adjust the color tones. Press the
button to display the adjustment screen and adjust the
color tones. Press again to hide the adjustment screen.
However, the color tones remain adjustable. Turn the
Adjustment Using the Menus
FOCUS
Press the button to confirm the camera focus.
An image with sharpened edges is displayed.
NATIVE
(720p)
APERTURE
Press the button to adjust the picture sharpness. Press the
button to display the adjustment screen and adjust the
picture sharpness. Press again to hide the adjustment
screen. However, the picture sharpness remains
adjustable. Turn the menu selection control right to
make the picture sharper and turn left to make the
picture softer.
–
1280 × 720
NATIVE
(480i, 575i,
480p, 576p)
menu selection control right to increase the green tone
and turn left to increase the purple tone.
–
645 × 484 (480i, 480p)
768 × 576 (575i, 576p)
To display in 4:3 aspect ratio, images are adjusted
horizontally with scale handling.
T/C
Press the button to display the time code display. Adjust
the settings for the time code display in T/C DISPLAY
SETTING (see page 24).
IMD
Press the button to display IMD. Adjust the settings for
the IMD display in IMD SETTING (see page 25).
CLOSED CAPTION SETTING
USER CONFIG – CLOSED CAPTION SETTING
xxx
xxx
xxx
xxx
xxxx
C L O S E D C A P. :
TYPE:
708:
608:
CAPTION LEVEL:
SILENT MODE
Press the button to stop the built-in cooling fan.
Note
Stopping the fan will result in a temperature increase
inside the unit, possibly shortening the life of the unit.
When you use SILENT MODE, the display may
become dark to protect the interior circuit, and the Input
select button LED may flash. This is not a malfunction.
Submenu
Setting
CLOSED CAP.
Select ON to display closed caption
and OFF not to display.
Scan mode image
INPUT
4
16
9
3
16:9
1440 × 1080
1920 × 1080
OVER
(5% over scan)
NORMAL
(zeroscan)
4:3
4
16
9
3
1512 × 1080
1920 × 1080
Adjustment Using the Menus
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Submenu
TYPE
Setting
Sets the closed caption display
type.
• AUTO1: Select this to display
automatically 608(VBI)*3
when SD-SDI signal is
input, or to display
automatically 708*1 when
HD-SDI signal is input.
• AUTO2: Select this to display
automatically 608(VBI)*3
when SD-SDI signal is
input, or to display
automatically 608(708)*2
when HD-SDI signal is
input.
• 708: Select this to display 708*1
when HD-SDI signal is
input.
• 608(708): Select this to display
608(708)*2 when HD-SDI
signal is input.
• 608(VBI): Select this to display
608(VBI)*3 when SD-SDI
signal is input.
*1 708 is a closed caption signal
conforming to the EIA/CEA708 standard.
*2 608(708) is a closed caption
signal conforming to the EIA/
CEA-608 standard, and which is
transmitted as EIA/CEA-708
standard.
*3 608(VBI) is a closed caption
signal conforming to the EIA/
CEA-608 standards, and which
is transmitted as Line 21.
708
Sets the closed caption type for
708. Select from SERVICE1 to
SERVICE6.
608
Sets the closed caption type for
608(708) and 608(VBI). Select
from CC1, CC2, CC3, CC4,
TEXT1, TEXT2, TEXT3 and
TEXT4.
CAPTION LEVEL
Sets the luminance of the displayed
characters. Select LOW or HIGH.
Submenu
Setting
SDI AUDIO SETTING
Sets the audio channel when SDI
signal is input.
• 3G/HD/SD: Selects from among
channels CH1 to CH16, odd
channel + even channel
(CH1+CH2,
CH3+CH4···CH15+CH16)
and OFF.
You can display the L/R audio
levels of the selected channels. (see
“WFM/ALM/VECTOR (waveform
monitor, audio level meter, and
vectorscope) SETTING” on page
26).
• SPEAKER OUTPUT: Select an
audio format to output from
speakers, headphone jack,
and AUDIO OUT
connector.
EMBEDDED: Outputs an
audio signal embedded in
SDI.
ANALOG: Outputs an
audio signal that comes from
the AUDIO IN connector.
Note
The SDI audio signal is compatible
only with 24 bit.
REMOTE menu
REMOTE
PA R A L L E L R E M O T E :
S E R I A L R E M OT E :
M O N I TO R :
CONTROLLER:
CONNECTION:
xxxxxxx
xxx
PARALLEL REMOTE
Note
REMOTE – PA R A L L E L R E M O T E
You can change the setting only
when SDI signal is input.
AUDIO SETTING
USER CONFIG – AUDIO SETTING
S D I AU D I O S E T T I N G :
3G/HD/SD:
SPEAKER OUTPUT:
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Adjustment Using the Menus
xxx
xxxxxx
PA R A L L E L R E M O T E :
1 PIN:
2 PIN:
3 PIN:
4 PIN:
6 PIN:
7 PIN:
8 PIN:
F O R C E D TA L LY:
xxxx
xxxx
xxxx
xxxx
xxxx
xxxx
xxxx
xxx
Submenu
Submenu
Setting
PARALLEL REMOTE
Selects the PARALLEL REMOTE
connector pins for which you want
to change the function.
You can assign various functions to
1 to 4 pins and 6 to 8 pins. The
following lists the functions you
can assign to the pins.
• – – – (“– – –”: No function is
assigned.)
• COMPOSITE
• HDMI
• SDI 1
• SDI 2
• WFM/ALM/VS
• OVERSCAN
• NORMAL
• NATIVE
• 4:3
• 16:9
• TALLY R
• TALLY G
• BLUE ONLY
• MONO
• H/V DELAY
• 16:9 MARKER
• 15:9 MARKER
• 14:9 MARKER
• 13:9 MARKER
• 1.85:1 MARKER
• 2.35:1 MARKER
• 1.85:1 & 4:3 MARKER
• 4:3 MARKER
• CENTER MARKER
• MARKER MAT HALF
• MARKER MAT BLACK
• SAFE AREA 80%
• SAFE AREA 85%
• SAFE AREA 88%
• SAFE AREA 90%
• SAFE AREA 93%
FORCED TALLY
The tally lamp function is forcibly
assigned to 7 pin and 8 pin of the
PARALLEL REMOTE connector.
Selecting ON assigns tally lamp
green to 7 pin and tally lamp red to
8 pin.
ON: Forcibly assigns the
tally lamp function.
OFF: The tally lamp
function is not forcibly
assigned.
Note
When OFF is selected, any listed
functions can be assigned to 7 and 8
pins. Selecting ON with any
function other than the tally lamp
assigned to 7 and 8 pins will ignore
this setting, and the tally lamp is
forcibly assigned to 7 and 8 pins
instead.
SERIAL REMOTE
Selects the mode to be used.
• OFF: SERIAL REMOTE does
not function.
• ETHERNET: The monitor is
controlled by the command
of Ethernet.
• BKM-15R/16R: Sets BKM-15R
or BKM-16R.
MONITOR
Sets the monitor setting.
MONITOR ID: Sets the ID
of the monitor.
GROUP ID: Sets the group
ID of the monitor.
IP ADDRESS: Sets the IP
address.
SUBNET MASK: Sets the
subnet mask.
(255.255.255.000)
DEFAULT GATEWAY:
Sets the default gateway on
or off.
ADDRESS: Sets the default
gateway.
CANCEL: Selects to cancel
the setting.
CONFIRM: Selects to save
the setting.
CONTROLLER
Sets the address of the remote
controller.
IP ADDRESS: Sets the IP
address.
SUBNET MASK: Sets the
subnet mask.
(255.255.255.000)
DEFAULT GATEWAY:
Sets the default gateway on
or off.
ADDRESS: Sets the default
gateway.
CANCEL: Selects to cancel
the setting.
CONFIRM: Selects to save
the setting.
Notes
• If you use the PARALLEL
REMOTE function, you need to
connect cables. For more details,
see page 34.
• Set MARKER ENABLE
(page 24) to ON to control the
aspect marker and center
marker.
Setting
Adjustment Using the Menus
31
Submenu
CONNECTION
Setting
Sets the connection of the monitor
and the controller.
PEER TO PEER: for one
to one connection
LAN: for connection via a
network
KEY INHIBIT menu
KEY INHIBIT
KEY INHIBIT:
xx
You can lock the setting so that they cannot be changed
by an unauthorized user.
Select OFF or ON.
If you set to ON, all items are displayed in black,
indicating the items are locked.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
This section may help you isolate the cause of a problem
and as a result, eliminate the need to contact technical
support.
• The unit cannot be operated t The key protection
function works. Set the KEY INHIBIT setting to OFF
in the KEY INHIBIT menu.
Or, a function that does not work is assigned. Press the
RETURN button to check the assigned functions.
• The black bars appear at the upper and lower
positions of the display t When the signal aspect
ratio is different from that of the panel, the black bars
appear. This is not a failure of the unit.
• Adjustments and settings cannot be made t
Adjustments and settings may not be possible
depending on the input signals and the status of the
unit. See “Input Signals and Adjustable/Setting Items”
(page 11).
Specifications
Picture performance
Panel
a-Si TFT Active Matrix LCD
Picture size (diagonal)
228.0 mm (9 inches)
Effective picture size (H × V)
198.7 × 111.8 mm (7 7/8 × 4 1/2 inches)
Resolution (H × V)
1920 × 1080 pixels
Aspect
16:9
Pixel efficiency 99.99%
Viewing angle (Panel specification)
89º/89º/89º/89º
(up/down/left/right, contrast > 10:1)
Normal scan
0%
Over scan
5%
Input
Composite input (NTSC/PAL)
BNC type (× 1)
1 Vp-p ± 3 dB sync negative
SDI input
BNC type (× 2)
HDMI input
HDMI (× 1) (HDCP correspondence)
Audio input
Stereo mini jack (× 1)
–5 dBu 47 kilohms or higher
Parallel remote Modular connector 8-pin (× 1) (Pinassignable)
Serial remote (LAN)
RJ-45 (× 1) (Ethernet, 10BASE-T/
100BASE-TX)
DC IN
XLR-type 4-pin (male) (× 1), 12 V DC
(output impedance 0.05 ohms or
less)
Output
Composite output
BNC type (× 1)
Loop-through, with 75 ohms automatic
termination
SDI (3G/HD/SD) output
BNC type (× 1)
Output signal amplitude: 800 mVp-p
±10%
Output impedance: 75 ohms
unbalanced
Audio monitor output
Stereo mini jack (× 1)
Built-in speaker output
0.5 W Monaural
Headphones output connector
Stereo mini jack (× 1)
General
Power
100 V to 240 V AC, 0.7 A to 0.4 A,
50/60 Hz
12 V DC, 2.5 A
Power consumption
Approx. 36 W (max.)
Inrush current
(1) Maximum possible inrush current
at initial switch-on (Voltage
changes caused by manual
switching):
51 A peak, 7 A r.m.s. (240V AC)
(2) Inrush current after a mains
interruption of five seconds
(Voltage changes caused at zerocrossing):
17 A peak, 2 A r.m.s. (240V AC)
Operating conditions
Temperature
0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F)
Recommended temperature
20 °C to 30 °C (68 °F to 86 °F)
Humidity 30% to 85% (no condensation)
Pressure
700 hPa to 1060 hPa
Storage and transport conditions
Temperature
–20 °C to +60 °C (–4 °F to +140 °F)
Humidity 0% to 90%
Pressure
700 hPa to 1060 hPa
Accessories supplied
AC power cord (1)
AC plug holder (1)
AC adaptor (1)
Handle (1)
Arm mount bracket (1)
Screws (4)
Operating Instructions (1)
CD-ROM (1)
Using the CD-ROM Manual (1)
Optional accessories
Mounting bracket
MB-531
Mounting panel
MB-532
Monitor ENG kit
VF-510
Design and specifications are subject to change without
notice.
Specifications
33
Available signal formats
Note
Always verify that the unit is operating properly before
use. SONY WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR
DAMAGES OF ANY KIND INCLUDING, BUT
NOT LIMITED TO, COMPENSATION OR
REIMBURSEMENT ON ACCOUNT OF THE LOSS
OF PRESENT OR PROSPECTIVE PROFITS DUE
TO FAILURE OF THIS UNIT, EITHER DURING
THE WARRANTY PERIOD OR AFTER
EXPIRATION OF THE WARRANTY, OR FOR
ANY OTHER REASON WHATSOEVER.
The unit is applicable to the following signal formats.
System
Compo
site
SD/HD
3G
HDMI
a
a
–
–
–
a
a
576/50p
a
a
–
480/60p*1
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
a
a
–
–
–
a* 3
a* 3
a* 3
a
640 × 480/60p*1
a
a*
3
a
a*
3
a
a*
3
a
a*
3
a
a
a*
3
a
a
575/50i (PAL)
480/60i (NTSC)*1
1080/24PsF*1*2
1080/25PsF*2
Pin assignment
PARALLEL REMOTE connector
Modular connector
(8-pin)
1080/30PsF*1*2
1
8
1080/24p*
1
–
1080/25p
1080/30p*
1
1080/60i*
Functions
1
Designating SDI 1 input signal
2
Designating HDMI input signal
3
Designating composite input signal
4
Setting tally lamp green ON/OFF
5
GND
–
1080/60p*1
–
–
a* 4
a
720/24p*1
–
–
a* 5
–
–
a*
5
–
a*
5
–
a*
3
a
a*
3
a
720/25p
720/30p*1
Selecting over scan
8
Selecting normal scan
Wiring required to use the Remote Control
Connect the function you want to use with a Remote
Control to the Ground (Pin 5).
Specifications
a
–
–
7
Switching functions continuously allows at least 200
msec to do so. Otherwise, it may not switch correctly.
a
a
–
–
1080/50p
720/60p*1
Note
–
a
a
a*4
720/50p
You can allocate functions using the REMOTE menu
(see page 30).
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1
Setting tally lamp red ON/OFF
6
–
–
1080/50i
Pin number
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
a
a
a : Adjustable/can be set
– : Not adjustable/cannot be set
*1 Compatible with 1/1.001 frame rates.
*2 1080/24PsF, 25PsF, and 30PsF are displayed as 1080/48i,
50i, and 60i on the screen, respectively.
*3 10-bit 4:4:4 Y/Cb/Cr and 4:4:4 RGB of 3G-SDI signals are
supported.
*4 10-bit 4:2:2 Y/Cb/Cr of 3G-SDI signal is supported.
*5 10-bit 4:4:4 Y/Cb/Cr of 3G-SDI signal is supported.
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Dimensions
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(1 1/8)
100 (4)
Front
183.5 (7 1/4)
17.5 (23/32)
166 (6 5/8)
222.4 (8 7/8)
Side
(When setting the stand using positions B and C for the
mounting screws)
38 (1 1/2)
Side
161.8 (6 3/8)
148.8 (5 7/8)
130 (5 1/8)
70 (2 7/8)
60 (2 3/8)
5.6 (1/4)
149.6 (6)
13 (17/32)
161.5 (6 3/8)
Mass:
Approx. 2.0 kg (4 lb 6.5 oz)
Approx. 2.6 kg (5 lb 12 oz) (when AC adaptor is
installed)
Top
(With the arm mount bracket)
Bottom
(Without the stand)
3/8-16UNC Maximum depth 6 mm
(1/4 inch)
1/4-20UNC Maximum depth
6 mm (1/4 inch)
1/4-20UNC Maximum depth 6 mm
(1/4 inch)
3/8-16UNC Maximum depth
16
6 mm (1/4 inch)
( /32)
21
55.2 (2 1/4)
25 33.2
(1) (1 5/16)
55.2
(2 1/4)
Unit: mm (inches)
4-M3 Maximum depth
6 mm (1/4 inch)
173.6 (6 7/8)
16
(21/32)
Dimensions
35
Sony Corporation
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