BC-D2300U

BC-D2300U
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BC-D2300U HDTV UPCONVERTER
HDTV UPCONVERTER
BC-D2300U
INSTRUCTIONS
BC-D2300U HDTV UP CONVERTER
POWER
STATUS
INPUT
SYNC
ENTER
ESC
LOCAL REMOTE
MENU
Thank you for purchasing this JVC product. Before operating
this unit, please read the instructions carefully to ensure the
best possible performance.
For Customer Use:
Enter below the Serial No. which is located on the top cover.
Retain this information for future reference.
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Model No.
This instruction book is made from
100% recycled paper.
BC-D2300U
Serial No.
VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED
is a registered trademark owned by VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LTD.
is a registered trademark in Japan, the U.S.A., the U.K. and many other countries.
2001 VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED
Printed in Japan
SS961574-002
SS961574-002
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
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Read all of these instructions.
Save these instructions for later use.
All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions should be adhered to.
Unplug this appliance system from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
Do not use attachments not recommended by the appliance manufacturer as they may cause hazards.
Do not use this appliance near water – for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a wet
basement, or near a swimming pool, etc.
Do not place this appliance on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The appliance may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the appliance.
Use only with a cart or stand recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the appliance.
Wall or shelf mounting should follow the manufacturer’s instructions, and should use a mounting kit approved by the manufacturer.
An appliance and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force,
and uneven surfaces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn.
Slots and openings in the cabinet and the back or bottom are provided for ventilation, and to
insure reliable operation of the appliance and to protect it from overheating, these openings
must not be blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked by placing the appliance on a bed, sofa,
rug, or other similar surface. This appliance should never be placed near or over a radiator or heat register. This
appliance should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase unless proper ventilation is provided.
This appliance should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not
sure of the type of power supplied to your home, consult your dealer or local power company. For appliance
designed to operate from battery power, refer to the operating instructions.
This appliance system is equipped with a 3-wire grounding type plug (a plug having a third (grounding) pin). This
plug will only fit into a grounding-type power outlet. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into
the outlet, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the grounding plug.
For added protection for this product during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long
periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the product due to lightning and power-line surges.
Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this appliance where the cord will be abused by
persons walking on it.
Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the appliance.
Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in fire or electric shock.
Never push objects of any kind into this appliance through cabinet slots as they may touch dangerous voltage
points or short out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the appliance.
Do not attempt to service this appliance yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous
voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Unplug this appliance from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following
conditions:
a. When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
b. If liquid has been spilled into the appliance.
c. If the appliance has been exposed to rain or water.
d. If the appliance does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls
that are covered by the operating instructions as improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage
and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the appliance to normal operation.
e. If the appliance has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
f. When the appliance exhibits a distinct change in performance – this indicates a need for service.
When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the
manufacturer that have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire,
electric shock, or other hazards.
Upon completion of any service or repairs to this appliance, ask the service technician to perform routine safety
checks to determine that the appliance is in safe operating condition.
CAUTION
ATTENTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
RISQUE D'ELECTROCUTION
NE PAS OUVRIR
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an
equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within
the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to
persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in
the literature accompanying the appliance.
ATTENTION: POUR EVITER TOUT RISQUE D'ELECTROCUTION
NE PAS OUVRIR LE BOITER.
AUCUNE PIECE INTERIEURE N'EST
A REGLER PAR L'UTILISATEUR.
SE REFERER A UN AGENT QUALIFIE EN CAS DE PROBLEME.
Le symbole de l’éclair à l’intérieur d'un triangle
équilatéral est destiné à alerter l’utilisateur sur la
présence d’une “tension dangereuse” non isolée
dans le boîtier du produit. Cette tension est suffisante
pour provoquer l’électrocution de personnes.
Le point d’exclamation à l’intérieur d’un triangle
équilatéral est destiné à alerter l’utilisateur sur la
présence d’opérations d’entretien importantes au
sujet desquelles des renseignements se trouvent
dans le manuel d’instructions.
*Ces symboles ne sont utilisés qu’aux Etats-Unis.
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE
TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
AVERTISSEMENT:
POUR EVITER LES RISQUES D'INCENDIE OU
D'ELECTROCUTION, NE PAS EXPOSER
L'APPAREIL A L'HUMIDITE OU A LA PLUIE.
This unit should be used with 120 V AC only.
Ce magnétoscope ne doit être utilisé que sur du
courant alternatif en 120 V.
CAUTION:
To prevent electric shocks and fire hazards, do NOT
use any other power source.
ATTENTION:
Afin d'éviter tout resque d'incendie ou
d'électrocution, ne pas utiliser d'autres sources
d'alimentation électrique.
NOTE:
The rating plate (serial number plate) is on the top cover.
REMARQUE:
INFORMATION
La plaque d'identification (numéro de série) se trouve sur le
panneau arrière de l'appareil.
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 eqipment 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 eqipment 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.
CAUTION
CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS NOT APPROVED BY JVC
COULD VOID USER’S AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THE
EQUIPMENT.
This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the
canadian Interference-Causing Eqipment Regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A respecte toutes les
exigences du Reglement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.
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CONTENTS
Major features .................................................................. 4
Notes on settings and use ............................................. 4
Handling precautions ..................................................... 4
Installation in a rack ........................................................ 4
Controls, indicators and connectors
Front panel ..................................................................... 5
Rear panel ...................................................................... 6
Menu settings
Setting the menu ............................................................ 7
Sub menu ....................................................................... 7
Storing menu settings in memory of this unit ................. 8
Recalling stored menu settings or factory default
settings ........................................................................... 8
Entering characters ........................................................ 9
Menu contents .............................................................. 10
Others
Error output .................................................................. 16
Rear panel connectors ................................................. 18
Installing the power cable hook .................................... 18
Specifications ............................................................... 19
Supplement .................................................................. 21
Optional software
For optional software, consult your JVC dealer. Using
it without formal procedures is illegal.
MAJOR FEATURES
This unit converts SMPTE259M-standard SD digital serial signal
input to the SMPTE292M-standard (1080I or 720P) HD digital
serial signal for output.
Conversion modes are provided for input NTSC video signals
with an aspect ratio of 4:3 (standard), in the letter box format or
squeezed.
The delay time for video conversion is added to the embedded
audio to synchronize audio and video for output.
Input signal can be cropped (in the 4:3 mode, independently for
the left and right sides)
Background color can be set with hue, saturation and lightness.
It is possible to set or show the model name (up to 10
characters).
Each function can be set on the front panel with the LCD. The
unit can also be remote-controlled via the 9-pin connector on the
rear panel (RS-485 or RS-232C).
Menu settings can be saved in memory and loaded from
memory.
Four independent memories are provided to store menu settings.
Stored menu settings can be recalled as required.
Compact design allows this unit to be installed in a 1U EIA rack.
Color bar output possible.
External reference sync signal input connector
Three video/audio output connectors
Enhancer (contour correction), motion sensitivity, background
color, screen horizontal/vertical position and system phase can
be adjusted.
Error indication and alarm signal output function
Color correction function (option)
Variable enhancer (option)
HANDLING
PRECAUTIONS
CONTROLS, INDICATORS AND
CONNECTORS
● Avoid using this unit in places subject to the following conditions:
– direct sunlight
– high humidity and dust
– vibrations
– extreme heat
These conditions can cause problems and may damage the unit.
● Influence of strong electric waves and magnetism
Noise may appear on the screen when used in places close to a
transmission antenna, or in places near transformers and motors
where strong magnetism can occur.
● This equipment is meant for use exclusively in commercial and
industrial applications. If used at home, it may cause
interference with radio and television reception.
● To save electricity, shut off the power when the unit is not in use.
● Use the supplied power cable for this unit.
● Do not place heavy objects such as a television monitor on top of
the unit. Doing so could cause damage or adversely affect
performance.
● Do not put any foreign objects into the unit.
● Do not disassemble the unit or try to modify it.
● Do not block the ventilation openings.
● Change the cooling fan about three years after installation of the
unit.
● When cleaning the cabinet, wipe it with soft cloth. Do not use
benzene or thinner as these may deform or discolor the cabinet
surface. To remove excessive dirt, clean the unit with a mild
detergent diluted with water, then wipe it with dry cloth.
● Do not use the unit in an environment exposed to gases
generated by chemicals or organic solvents.
● When the menu item <Reference> is set to [INPUT] and there is
no SD input signal, output video signals may be distorted. In this
case, input external sync signals and set <Reference> to [BB] or
[HD-SYNC]. ( p. 10).
● When the menu item <Reference> is set to [BB] or [HD-SYNC]
and these external sync signals are not input or are incorrect,
output video signals may be distorted. In this case, system
phase cannot be assured. ( p.10)
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POWER
STATUS
INPUT
SYNC
INSTALLATION IN A
RACK
This unit can be installed in EIA standard rack. Ensure
sufficient rack strength by attaching L-metal supports on
both sides of the rack on which you will place the unit.
1. Detach the four feet on the base of the unit.
2. Install the supplied rack mount brackets on both sides of
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Lights green when power is supplied to this unit.
2 [STATUS] indicator
Normally lights green. Lights orange in the menu setting
mode, when the set value is changed or the set data is
transmitted to this unit. When the transmission is
complete, this indicator lights green again. When errors
occur in hardware, etc., this indicator lights red.
Normally lights green. When no signal is input, this
indicator lights orange. If there is an error in the input
signals, this indicator lights red.
4 [SYNC] indicator
Normally lights green. If a sync system-related error
occurs, this indicator lights red.
● For details on error indicators, see page 17.
5 Display
● When power is applied, the input/output or screen
display mode is shown. (Normal display mode)
Model name:
The model name can be set with the
menu (up to 10 characters). In the
remote mode, the remote ID number
(1 – 31) is shown following the model
name.
(e.g.) BC-D2300 ID: BC – D 2 3 0 0
[ D1 | 1 0 8 0 |
2. Supplied
screw (M4) x 4
3. Supplied
screw (M5) x 4
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ENTER
ESC
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1 [POWER] indicator
onto the rack using the four supplied screws (M5).
1. Foot
8
MENU
front panel using the four supplied screws (M4).
2. Rack mount
bracket
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BC-D2300U HDTV UP CONVERTER
3. Set this unit on the rack, and fix the rack mount brackets
2. Rack mount
bracket
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LOCAL REMOTE
3 [INPUT] indicator
EIA rack
NOTES ON SETTINGS
AND USE
Front panel
Input form
Output form
4 : 3 ]
Screen conversion mode
Memoranda:
● The screen conversion mode can be selected with
menu <Output Mode>. p. 10.
● Output form can be selected with menu <Output>.
p. 10.
● When menu <Color Correction> is set to “ON” or
<Colorimetry> is set to “OFF”, the normal display
changes as follows.
BC – D 2 3 0 0
[ D1 / 1 0 8 0 /
6 [+/–] button
Press this button to change the set value for a menu
item in the menu setting mode.
7 [ / ] button
Press this button to select the menu item in the menu
setting mode.
8 [ENTER/MENU] button
● In the normal display mode, press this button to
engage the menu setting mode.
● In the menu setting mode, press this button to enter
the set value for the following menu items. (? is
shown.)
Output Mode item
Output item
Profile Save item
Profile Load item
● Use to enter the sub menu. ([ENTER] is shown.)
9 [ESC] button
In the menu setting mode, press this button to restore
the normal display mode.
Memorandum:
● To use the menu setting, refer to pages 7 to 9.
0 [LOCAL/REMOTE] switch
Use to select LOCAL or REMOTE to operate this unit.
LOCAL : Set to this position to operate this unit with
the operation buttons on this unit.
REMOTE : Set to this position to remote-control this unit
via the [REMOTE IN] connector or [ALARM]
connector on the rear panel. Also, set to this
position to lock the front panel’s operation
buttons.
● The factory preset is LOCAL.
4 : 3 ]
Change
See ‘‘Supplement’’ on page 21.
● Press the 8 [ENTER/MENU] button to display the
item in the menu setting mode.
● If an error occurs in the normal display mode, a
description of the error is shown. p. 17.
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MENU SETTINGS
CONTROLS, INDICATORS AND CONNECTORS
You can set various functions on the menu. Settings are stored and automatically activated whenever you turn on the power.
Up to four independent menu settings can be stored in the unit’s memory and recalled at any time. You can also restore the
default factory settings at any time. The menu is shown on the display.
Rear panel
Setting the menu
1
2
6
4
3
8
9
[STATUS] indicator
FUSE
1.6A(125V)
ON
CVBS
IN
Pr
2
1
REF
Display
3 [] button 2, 5 [ENTER/MENU] button
3
CN1
HD SERIAL OUT
FUSE
BC-D2300U HDTV UP CONVERTER
LOOP
THROUGH
SDI
1
5
9
1
5
6
9
6
1
5
9
POWER
OFF ON
STATUS
INPUT
SYNC
ENTER
ESC
6
OFF
AC IN
POWER
Pb
Y
OUT
ALARM
REMOTE-IN
REMOTE-OUT TERMINATE
LOCAL REMOTE
MENU
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1 [AC IN] power input connector
Connect to an AC 120 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz power outlet with
the provided power cable. Attach the provided hook
beforehand. p. 18.
2 [POWER] switch
Use to turn the power on/off. When the power is turned
on, the indicators and display on the front panel light up.
3 Fuse holder
The fuse is built in. For fuse replacement, consult your
nearest JVC dealer.
4 [SDI IN] connector
Input a SMPTE259M standard SD digital serial signal
(NTSC). Compatible with embedded audio signals as
well. Embedded 20-bit digital audio with 48 kHz
sampling frequency can be input with 4 channels.
5 [SDI OUT] connector
Active through output of digital serial video/audio
signals input to the 4 [SDI IN] connector is possible.
6 [CVBS] connector
Input analog composite signals (NTSC). The optional
BC-D231 (D2/analog optional board) is required.
7 [Y/Pr/Pb] connectors
Input analog component signals (NTSC) to each
connector. The optional BC-D231 (D2/analog optional
board) is required.
Note:
● The [CVBS] and [Y/Pr/Pb] connectors are enabled
only when the BC-D231 optional board is installed.
For details, refer to the BC-D231 instruction manual.
8 [REF] external reference sync signal input
connectors (loop-through)
Input external reference sync signal. As these
connectors use a loop-through system, signals input to
one connector can be distributed from another connector
to the other equipment.
Memoranda:
● When signal distribution is not required or this unit is a
terminating device, terminate this unit with the external
75-ohm terminator.
● When the signals input to these connectors are used
as a reference sync signal, set the menu switch
<Reference> to “B.B” or “HD SYNC”. p. 10.
● When the signals input to these connectors are used
as a reference sync signal, synchronize the input
signal with the reference sync signal so that the V
sync is within ±300 µs.
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10
11
12
3 [] button
9 [HD SERIAL OUT] HD digital serial output
Normal display
connectors (3 lines)
Output SMPTE292M standard HD digital serial signals.
Output embedded digital audio signals with 20-bit
48 kHz sampling frequency as 4-channel signals.
BC – D 2 3 0 0
[ D1 | 1 0 8 0 |
0 [ALARM] connector ... D-sub 9-pin (male)
● This connector is an alarm output (relay contact)
connector. When a problem occurs with this unit, an
alarm signal is output.
● When menu switch <Remote Port> is set to “ALARM”,
remote operation via the RS-232C is possible.
To remote-control this unit via this connector, set the
[LOCAL/REMOTE] switch on the front panel to
“REMOTE”.
! [REMOTE-IN] connector ... D-sub 9-pin (female)
Ou t p u t
I NPUT
Ou t p u t Mo d e
L E T T ER BOX ?
Press the [ESC] button.
LB
Memoranda:
● When “[” is shown at the right of the display, press the
[+] button to change the setting. When “p“ is shown at the
left of the display, press the [–] button.
● When “?“ appears after the value you want to set, press the
[ENTER/MENU] button to enter the setting.
● When the setting is changed, the [STATUS] indicator lights
orange while the set data is transmitted to this unit. When the
transmission is complete, this indicator lights green.
Refer to the next page for details on how to store menu setting
contents in memory.
Press the [ENTER/MENU]
button to enter the value.
The “?”goes out.
BC – D 2 3 0 0
[ D1 | 1 0 8 0 |
setting mode.
4 Press the [+] or [–] button to change the setting.
Re f e r e n c e
(female)
2 Press the [ENTER/MENU] button to engage menu
● The display shows the menu. The current setting is shown.
Setting
The [+] button
is effective.
Normal display
The model name, input/output and screen display mode are
shown on the display (normal mode).
3 Press the [] or [] button to select the menu item.
4 : 3
@ [REMOTE-OUT] connector ... D-sub 9-pin
# [TERMINATE] switch
4 : 3 ]
Mo d e
Item
[/] The [–] button
button is effective.
6 [ESC] button
1 Turn the power of this unit ON.
Press the [ENTER/
MENU] button.
Menu display
This connector is the input connector for remote-control
device.
Connect this connector to a device conforming to the
RS-485 serial interface standard.
Memoranda:
● To use this connector, set menu switch <Remote Port>
to “REMOTE-IN”.
● Set the remote ID and remote transmission speed with
the menu switches.
● To remote-control this unit, set the [LOCAL/REMOTE]
switch on the front panel to “REMOTE”.
Outputs the control signals input to the ! [REMOTE-IN]
connector or 0 [ALARM] connector as signals conforming to the RS-485 serial interface. Connect this connector to the [REMOTE IN] connector of another device.
Up to 31 devices can be connected in series with this
connection.
4 [+] button
4 [–] button
13
]
5 Press the [ESC] button to end menu setting.
● Your changes are stored in memory and the display returns to
normal.
Note:
If power is turned OFF without pressing the [ESC] button,
setting changes are not saved.
Sub menu
This is the terminating switch for remote control signals.
With a series connection, set this switch to “ON” when
this unit is terminated or control signals from the
[ALARM] connector are received.
● The factory preset is “OFF”.
Menu display
Co l o r Co r r e c t io n
[ E NT ER ]
ON
[ENTER/MENU] button
[ESC] button
Sub menu
Wh i t e
[/]
button
Exact settings for variable enhancer (option), color correction
(option) and administration can be done on the sub menu.
1. When setting the variable enhancer or color correction to ON,
or selecting administration, [ENTER] is shown on the display.
To enter the sub menu, press the [ENTER/MENU] button.
2. Set each menu item in the same way as with the ordinary
menu.
3. Press the [ESC] button to go to the upper menu by one.
Leve l
0
0
6
7
MENU SETTINGS
Storing menu settings in memory of this unit
1 Press the [ENTER/MENU] button to engage the Menu
Display mode.
Normal display
BC – D 2 3 0 0
[ D1 | 1 0 8 0 |
4 : 3 ]
Entering characters
Enter characters to set the model name and the [License key].
Display
2 Select Profile Save with the [] or [] button.
1, 3 [] button
3 Select the memory number where you want to store
ESC
ENTER/MENU
BC-D2300U HDTV UP CONVERTER
the menu settings with the [+] or [–] button (one of
MEMORY 1 to 4).
POWER
● The “?” is added to the end of the selected memory number.
Profile Save
Menu display
STATUS
INPUT
SYNC
ENTER
MENU
● The check screen is shown for confirmation.
ESC
Check screen
Pr o f i l e
ME MO R Y 2
Sa v e
Sa v e
OK ?
1, 3 [] button
ENTER/MENU
N ame
[ BC - D 2 3 0 0
● Menu setting display is restored.
Sa v e
Sa v ed .
ENTER/MENU or ESC
Recalling stored menu settings or factory default settings
Display mode.
4 : 3 ]
ESC
Profile Load
Menu display
Pr o f i l e Load
M E MO R Y 2 ?
ENTER/MENU
ESC
Check screen
Load
Load
OK ?
ENTER/MENU
Completion screen
Pr o f i l e
2 Select Profile Load with the [] or [] button.
3 Select the memory to be recalled (MEMORY 1 to 4,
ENTER/MENU
Pr o f i l e
ME MO R Y 2
● The currently-set device name is shown.
]
2 Press the [ENTER/MENU] button.
● The Edit mode is engaged and the cursor appears.
ENTER/MENU
Load
Loaded .
ESC
DEFAULT) with the [+] or [–] button.
When DEFAULT is selected, the factory setting is
recalled.
3 Move the cursor with the [+] or [–] button.
Change the characters with [] or [] button (up to
10 characters).
Edit mode
N ame
[ BC - D 2 3 0 0
ED IT
]
4 Press the [ENTER/MENU] button to store the device
name in memory.
● The setting is refreshed and the name menu display is
restored.
Cursor
ENTER/MENU
1 Press the [ENTER/MENU] button to engage the Menu
Normal display
BC – D 2 3 0 0
[ D1 | 1 0 8 0 |
1 Select [Name] in the sub menu for administration.
7 Press the [ESC] button to restore the normal display.
Note:
● Settings for Remote ID, Remote Speed and Remote Port are
not stored in memory for each Profile. One value is used for
all profiles.
4, 5 [ESC] button
An example of model name setting is shown below.
Name menu display
6 Press the [ENTER/MENU] button or [ESC] button.
Completion screen
Pr o f i l e
● The menu settings are stored in the selected memory. Once
the settings have been stored, the completion screen is
shown.
Memorandum:
● When the check screen is shown, press the [ESC] button to
cancel it. The previous Profile Save menu setting display is
restored.
3 [+] button
3 [–] button
5 Press the [ENTER/MENU] button again to confirm the
setting.
ENTER/MENU
ESC
LOCAL REMOTE
4 Press the [ENTER/MENU] button.
P r o f i l e Sa v e
M E MO R Y 2 ?
2, 4 [ENTER/MENU] button
Press the [ESC] button to interrupt editing and restore the
previous setting.
● The changed setting is canceled and the name menu is
restored.
5 To restore the normal display, press the [ESC]
button.
4 Press the [ENTER/MENU] button.
● Display the check screen for confirmation.
5 Press the [ENTER/MENU] button again to confirm.
● The selected settings are recalled. When completed, the
completion display is shown.
Memorandum:
● When the check screen is shown, press the [ESC] button to
cancel it. The previous Profile Load menu setting display is
restored.
6 Press the [ENTER/MENU] button or [ESC] button.
● Menu setting display is restored and the recalled menu
settings are activated.
7 Press the [ESC] button to restore the normal display.
Memorandum:
● The factory default settings are stored in MEMORY 1 to 4.
ENTER/MENU or ESC
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MENU SETTINGS
Menu contents
Menu contents (contd.)
Reference
[1080I]
720P
[INPUT]
BB
HD-SYNC
Note:
● System Phase settings can be
saved for each of these item
settings.
–300
…
System Phase
LETTER BOX
Settings
…
[0]
63
0
…
Motion Sense
[8]
Enhance Level
–5
…
NTSC
[0]
…
Side panel
…
[0]
Variable
Enhancer
OFF
[ON]
Sets the output video format.
1080I
: Effective 1080 scanning lines, interlace.
720P
: Effective 720 scanning lines, progressive.
Selects the reference sync signal.
INPUT
: Synchronizes with the video signal input to the [SDI IN]
connector of this unit.
BB
: Synchronizes with the black burst signal input to the [REF]
connector of this unit.
HD-SYNC
: Synchronizes with the tri-sync input to the [REF] connector of
this unit. Tri-sync must be input in the same signal form as the
output setting.
Note:
● When this is set to “BB” or “HD-SYNC”, the V sync position of these external
signals and video input signals must synchronize within ±300 µs..
Enhance Level
–5
[0]
…
[0]
100
–100
…
H Crop (Right)
[0]
10
Motion detection sensitivity adjustment
Sets the optimum conversion sensitivity according to the input material.
Normally use the factory setting.
Adjusts the enhancer (contour compensation) of the video output signal.
Varies in 20 steps. Use this 2-dimensionally (horizontal and vertical).
When the optional variable enhancer function is enabled, the variable enhancer
menu is shown instead of this item.
2
[4]
5
Cut Off Freq
Sets the HD output signal phase for the reference sync signal selected with
<Reference>.
(Variation for ±300 is equivalent to about ±4 µs.)
Adjusts the picture’s horizontal display position (varies in ±120 x 2 pixels).
● This item is enabled only when the Output Mode is set to 4:3.
● When the <Output> item is set to “720P”, the actual display position area is ±80
x 2 pixels. Keep in mind that this is different from the value set with the menu.
Sets the crop width at the left of the input picture.
● This item is enabled only when the Output Mode is set to 4:3.
For the part cropped, the background color is shown.
Sets the crop width at the right of the input picture.
● This item is enabled only when the Output Mode is set to 4:3.
For the part cropped, the background color is shown.
Sets ON/OFF of the variable enhancer function. When set to “OFF”, the
enhancer is disabled. When set to “ON”, the variable enhancer functions based
on the values of the following five items.
The following five parameters can be displayed and set on the sub menu by
pressing the [ENTER/MENU] button. ( p. 7 for sub menu)
● This item is shown only when the optional variable enhancer function is
enabled.
Sets the enhancement level.
● This item is shown when the optional variable enhancer function is enabled
and <Variable Enhancer> is set to “ON”.
15
Enhance Freq
3
[7]
Threshold
[0]
15
120
H Crop (Left)
Note:
● When <Output Mode> is set to “4:3” or “SQUEEZE”, the actual variable range
is ±3 lines. Keep in mind that this is different from the value set with the menu.
15
HD
…
…
–120
Contents
Adjusts the picture’s vertical position (varies in ±63 lines).
15
SQUEEZE
300
H Position
]: Factory Setting
…
–63
…
[0]
4:3
V Position
…
Output
Items
Sets the HD Conversion mode according to the NTSC video source.
4:3
: When the input video has an aspect ratio of 4:3, it is converted
to HD pictures without changing the aspect ratio for output. In
this case, the side panels appear on the screen.
LETTER BOX : When the input video is in the LETTER BOX format, it is
converted to HD pictures with an aspect ratio of 16:9 for output.
SQUEEZE
: When the input video has been “squeezed” for display on 4:3
screens, it is converted to HD pictures with an aspect ratio of
16:9 for output.
[
…
Note:
● The following menu item values
can be saved for each setting
mode.
• V Position
• Motion Sense
• Enhance Level
• Variable Enhancer and 5-related
item (option)
When the setting for Output Mode is
changed, check the setting of the
above menu items.
The items in the shaded area are shown when the optional software is installed.
…
[4:3]
LETTER BOX
SQUEEZE
]: Factory Setting
Contents
…
Output Mode
Settings
…
[
Items
Noise Reduction
[OFF]
ON
Sets the frequency of the input signal to be enhanced.
● This item is shown when the optional variable enhancer function is enabled
and <Variable Enhancer> is set to “ON”.
Sets the band limit frequency of the input signal. When set to 7 (MHz), band
limitation is not performed.
Note:
When the <Cut Off Freq> setting is smaller than the <Enhance Freq> setting, the
enhancement function is disabled.
● This item is shown when the optional variable enhancer function is enabled
and <Variable Enhancer> is set to “ON”.
Sets the threshold of the enhancement effect. If the enhancement effect is
applied excessively, even low-level noise contained in the original picture will be
emphasized.
With this setting, the enhancement of a small amount of noise can be
suppressed to emphasize only the contour.
● This item is shown when the optional variable enhancer function is enabled
and <Variable Enhancer> is set to “ON”.
When this item is set to “ON”, a small amount of noise lower than the threshold
level can be suppressed. The larger the threshold setting, the larger the effect to
suppress noise.
Note:
This function has no effect unless <Enhance Level> is set to the larger value.
● This item is shown when the optional variable enhancer function is enabled
and <Variable Enhancer> is set to “ON”.
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MENU SETTINGS
Menu contents (contd.)
Settings
[YCbCr]
HSL
Sets the method to specify the background color.
YCbCr : Sets the output value of the background color.
HSL : Sets the background color with the Hue, Saturation and Lightness
values.
Note:
● When this setting is changed, the following three menu settings also change.
In this case, the set value and color may be changed. If this setting is
changed, check the color on the screen again.
[64]
Varies the background color brightness. With 4:3 aspect ratio picture input, this
adjustment is applied to the side panels of the picture output.
Set this by checking the screen.
● This item is shown only when the Back Color Mode is set to YCbCr.
940
64
…
Back Color (Cb)
…
[512]
Varies the blue of the background color. With 4:3 aspect ratio picture input, this
adjustment is applied to the side panels of the picture output.
Set this by checking the screen.
● This item is shown only when the Back Color Mode is set to YCbCr.
Settings
[OFF]
ON
● This menu is shown when the optional color correction function is enabled.
Sets the color correction function ON/OFF.
With OFF, the color correction function is disabled.
With ON, the color is corrected based on the following 8 parameters (items).
When this function is set to ON, the normal display format changes. ( p. 5)
The following eight parameters are shown and set on the sub menu when
<Color Correction> is set to “ON” and the [ENTER/MENU] button is pressed.
White Level
–100
Adjusts the high brightness level of the input picture.
● Can be set when the Color Correction is set to ON.
[0]
100
Black Level
…
[0]
White Color (B)
Sets the background color lightness. With 4:3 aspect ratio picture input, this
adjustment is applied to the side panels of the picture output.
Set this by checking the screen.
● This item is shown only when the Back Color Mode is set to HSL.
White Color (R)
[0]
…
Back Color (H)
359
100
Sets the background color saturation. With 0, monochrome is shown. The larger
the number, the higher the saturation.
Note:
● The saturation actually output is limited by the setting of the Back Color (L).
Even though the Back Color (S) is set to 100, the picture will be monochrome if
the Back Color (L) is set to 0 (black) or 100 (white).
● This item is shown only when the Back Color Mode is set to HSL.
–100
Adjusts the red of the high brightness section of the input picture.
● Can be set when the Color Correction is set to ON.
…
[0]
100
Back Color (B)
–100
…
100
Adjusts the blue of the high brightness section of the input picture.
● Can be set when the Color Correction is set to ON.
[0]
Adjusts the blue of the low brightness section of the input picture.
● Can be set when the Color Correction is set to ON.
[0]
…
[0]
…
Back Color (S)
–100
…
Varies the red of the background color. With 4:3 aspect ratio picture input, this
adjustment is applied to the side panels of the picture output.
Set this by checking the screen.
● This item is shown only when the Back Color Mode is set to YCbCr.
100
Back Color (R)
–100
…
100
Adjusts the low brightness level of the input picture.
● Can be set when the Color Correction is set to ON.
Sets the background color hue. In most cases, the following colors can be
obtained.
0: Red, 120: Green, 240: Blue
● This item is shown only when the Back Color Mode is set to HSL.
Adjusts the red of the low brightness section of the input picture.
● Can be set when the Color Correction is set to ON.
[0]
…
…
[0]
–100
100
960
Back Color (L)
Contents
…
…
64
[512]
]: Factory Setting
Items
960
Back Color (Cr)
[
Color Correction
…
…
Back Color (Y)
Contents
…
Items
Back Color Mode
The items in the shaded area are shown when the optional software is installed.
…
]: Factory Setting
…
[
…
Menu contents (contd.)
100
–179
…
Phase
Adjusts the phase of the input picture.
● Can be set when the Color Correction is set to ON.
…
[0]
180
–100
…
Chroma
Adjusts the chroma of the input picture.
With –100, the picture becomes black-and-white (monochrome).
● Can be set when the Color Correction is set to ON.
…
[0]
100
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13
MENU SETTINGS
Menu contents (contd.)
Menu contents (contd.)
[
Out Delay
Settings
OFF
[ON]
[1FRAME]
1FRAME-90H
NO USE
[1]
2
3
4
Audio Delay
–30
…
Audio Group
…
[0]
[
Contents
Turns the colorimetry parameter conversion function ON/OFF. This function
allows SD (ITU-R601) to be converted to HD (ITU-R709).
Normally, set to ON.
When this function is set to OFF, the normal display format changes. ( p. 5)
Sets the delay time from the input to the output.
1FRAME
: Delays by 1 frame (33.37 ms).
1FRAME-90H : Delays by 1 frame -2.67 ms for 1080I. Delays by 1 frame
-2.00 ms for 720P.
Selects the audio signal group (groups 1 to 4) multiplexed on the SD digital serial
input signal.
If audio is not used, select No Use.
Sets the delay for the audio signal multiplexed on the SD digital serial input
signal.
Adjustment of ±30 (msec.) is possible with respect to the delay time set with
<Out Delay>.
Items
Remote ID
Profile Load
Color Bar
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MEMORY 1
MEMORY 2
MEMORY 3
MEMORY 4
Four independent memories are provided to store menu settings.
Selects the memory to be used to store the set menu contents.
* Items in the administration sub menu are not stored in memory.
MEMORY 1
MEMORY 2
MEMORY 3
MEMORY 4
DEFAULT
Recalls menu setting stored in memory.
When set to DEFAULT, menu setting set before shipment is recalled.
[OFF]
ON
When set to ON, the built-in color bar (7-line color bar) is output regardless of the
input.
The color bar output turns off automatically when you quit this menu.
Contents
Press the [ENTER/MENU] button to enter the administration sub menu.
The following nine items can be set on the administration sub menu.
[1]
Sets the remote ID of this unit to remote-control this unit from the Host.
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Remote Speed
Remote Port
9600
19200
[38400]
[REMOTE-IN]
ALARM
Sets the transmission speed (bit/s) of the remote control signal.
Selects the connection port for the host when this unit is remote-controlled.
REMOTE-IN : Connects RS-485 to the [REMOTE-IN] port.
Set to this position to remote-control this unit via the
[REMOTE-IN] connector.
ALARM
: Connect the RS-232C to the [ALARM] port.
Set to this position to remote-control this unit via the [ALARM]
connector.
Active Line
480
[486]
Sets the number of effective lines of the input signal when <Output> is set to
“1080I”.
With <Output> set to “720P”, the number is fixed at 480 lines (on the menu, --- is
shown).
Alarm
OFF
[ON]
When set to “OFF”, the output from the rear panel’s [ALARM] connector stops
(always open except when power is turned off).
Name
[BC-D2300]
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Profile Save
Settings
Administration
]: Factory Setting
…
Items
Colorimetry
]: Factory Setting
Sets the device name that will be shown in the normal display.
For setting, refer to page 9.
Version
Shows the firmware version of this unit.
Serial No.
Shows the serial number of this unit.
License key
Sets the license key to enable optional features such as the variable enhancer
and color compensation function.
For setting, refer to page 9.
To obtain the license key, consult your JVC dealer.
Running Time
Shows the approx. number of operating days of this unit.
Press the [ENTER/MENU] button twice to clear this number to 0.
Use this as a guide for determining when to replace the fan.
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OTHERS
When an abnormality is detected, error notification is provided by LED illumination, error indication on the display and error
output to the [ALARM] connector.
Error output (contd.)
Error indications and output contents
Error output
Error
indications
1. LED lighting
STATUS
INPUT
The [STATUS], [INPUT] or [SYNC] indicator on the front panel
lights orange (warning) or red (error), depending on the type of
error.
SYNC
2. Display indication
Front panel
BC-D2300U HDTV UP CONVERTER
POWER
STATUS
INPUT
SYNC
ENTER
ESC
LOCAL REMOTE
MENU
Error indication
Fa n
[
Display
E r ror
D1
1 08 0
D1
Memoranda:
● With LOCAL, the error indication is shown when the error is
detected and goes out when the error is no longer detected.
With REMOTE, once an error is detected, the indication
remains (goes out when the switch is set to LOCAL).
● Error codes with 2 to 6 digits may be shown at the same time.
In this case, report the error codes to your JVC dealer.
2-line alarm output terminals are provided for the rear panel’s
[ALARM] connector. Terminals A and B are short-circuited (relay
contact) when an error occurs or the power is turned off. Normally,
these terminals are open. (For open and short-circuited conditions,
refer to the table on the next page.)
The maximum rated value is 30 V 0.5 A for AC/DC with noninductive load.
4 : 3 ]
1 08 0
4 : 3 ]
Pin assignment of the [ALARM] connector
Rear panel
FUSE
1.6A(125V)
ON
CVBS
IN
Pr
2
1
REF
3
CN1
HD SERIAL OUT
FUSE
Abnormality in the power unit
Fan Error
Abnormality in the fan motor
Data No-input
(warning)
LOOP
THROUGH
SDI
1
5
9
6
1
5
9
6
1
5
9
Pin
number
Name
Contents
1
NC
Unconnected
2
(RD)
(Reception data for maintenance)
3
(SD)
(Transmission data for maintenance)
4
ALARM2-B
Alarm output 2 B terminal
5
GND
Signal ground
6
ALARM2-A
Alarm output 2 A terminal
7
ALARM1-A
Alarm output 1 A terminal
8
ALARM1-B
Alarm output 1 B terminal
9
NC
Unconnected
LED
ALARM 1
ALARM 2
STATUS: Red
Shortcircuited
Open
No video and audio signal is input.
INPUT: Orange
Open
Open
V. Format Error
Format error of the SDI input signals
INPUT: Red
Open
V. Data Error
Error of video data in the SDI input signal
Shortcircuited
SYNC: Red
Shortcircuited
Open
STATUS: Red
Shortcircuited
Open
Shortcircuited
Shortcircuited
A. Data Error
Error of audio data in the SDI input signal
REF No-input
No external sync signal is input (note)
SD Unlock
Synchronization is not possible due to incorrect
video input signals
Ref Unlock
Synchronization is not possible due to incorrect
external sync signal input
Comm Error
Abnormal remote communication
Device Error
Abnormality in the internal device
3. [Alarm] connector output
V. D a t a E r r o r 0 3
[
The first line of the display shows a description of the error. When
the menu is displayed, errors are not shown.
Error contents
Power Error
——
Power is turned off.
——
Note: When an incorrect external sync signal is input, the REF No-input error indication may be shown.
When an error indication is shown, check the input signal and connections according to type of error indicated. When this
unit malfunctions, consult your nearest JVC authorized service agent.
See "1.4 About Error Messages"
on page 1-3.
OFF ON
6
OFF
AC IN
POWER
Y
OUT
1
6
16
Pb
ALARM
5
ALARM
9
REMOTE-IN
REMOTE-OUT TERMINATE
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OTHERS
Rear panel connectors
Names
Specifications
Functions
Types
SDI IN
SD digital serial signal input
BNC
SDI OUT
Active through output
BNC
REF
External sync input
BNC
REF
Loop-through
BNC
HD SERIAL OUT 1
HD digital serial signal output
BNC
HD SERIAL OUT 2
Same as above
BNC
HD SERIAL OUT 3
Same as above
BNC
CVBS
Analog composite input
BNC
Y
Analog component Y input
BNC
Pr
Analog component Pr input
BNC
Pb
Analog component Pb input
BNC
5 Input signal
Remarks
Video and audio
Sync signals
5 Output signal
Video and audio
The optional BC-D231 is required.
Video resolution
Audio resolution
[ALARM] connector/RS-232C
D-SUB
9-pin male, inch screw
REMOTE-IN
Remote control input
D-SUB
9-pin female, mm screw
REMOTE-OUT
Remote control bridge
D-SUB
9-pin female, mm screw
Pin
Signal
number name
9
6
Note:
● For the REMOTE connection, use a straight cable
which contains twisted paired lines for the signals of
TxA and TxB, RxA and RxB.
I/O
Contents
: 10 bits
: 20 bits
5 Signal delay amount
Video system
Audio system
REMOTE-IN, REMOTE-OUT terminal pin assignment
1
: HD digital serial signal
(SMPTE292M) ..................................................... 3 lines
0.8 Vp-p, 75 ohms unbalanced
Bit rate: 1.485/1.001 (1.483516) Gbps, 59.94 Hz
Effective scanning lines: 1080 lines (1080I), 720 line (720P)
Embedded audio signal: 4 ch, sampling frequency of 48 kHz
5 Quantization
ALARM
5
: SD digital serial signal (SMPTE259M) ................... 1 line
0.8 Vp-p, 75 ohms unbalanced, active-through
Bit rate: 270 Mbps
Embedded audio signal: 4 ch, sampling frequency of 48 kHz
: Sync signal, 75 ohms unbalanced, loop through .... 1 line
B.B: 0.45 Vp-p (NTSC)
HD-SYNC: Positive and negative bipolarity tri-sync signal of 600 mVp-p ± 300 mVp-p
Remarks
Unconnected
5 Conversion mode
5 Power supply
5 Power consumption
5 External dimensions
(WHD)
1
NC
—
2
TxA
O
Transmission A
RS-485
3
RxB
I
Reception B
RS-485
4
SG
—
Signal ground
5
NC
—
Unconnected
6
SG
—
Signal ground
7
TxB
O
Transmission B
RS-485
Installation place
Allowable operating
temperature
Allowable operating
humidity
Allowable storage
temperature
8
RxA
I
Reception A
RS-485
5 Provided accessories and
9
NC
—
Unconnected
Installing the power cable hook
1. Before connecting the power cable, install the supplied hook as
5 Weight
5 Using environment
options
: 1 frame or 1 frame - 90H, the shortest delay setting not available
: The same delay as the video delay time, can be adjusted by ±30 msec.
: Three types (4:3 material, letter box material, squeezed material)
: AC 120 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz
: 35 W
: 430 mm x 489 mm x 50 mm
(16-15/16" x 19-5/16" x 2") (excluding fan motor and connectors)
: 6.2 kg (13.7 lbs.)
: In a room (install on a table or a rack)
: 10˚C to 40˚C (50˚F to 104˚F)
: 30%RH to 80%RH (with no condensation)
: –20˚C to 60˚C (–4˚F to 140˚F)
: Warranty card
Instruction manual
Service center list
Power cable (2.5 m)
Rack mount bracket
Screw (M4)
Screw (M5)
Hook (for power cable)
x1
x1
x1
x1
x2
x4
x4
x1
shown on the left.
2. After connecting the power cable, lower the hook to secure the
power cable in place.
Hook
18
19
OTHERS
Specifications (contd.)
Supplement
5 External dimensions (unit: mm)
Attaching the L-metal support on EIA rack
195
176.5
POWER
AC IN
OUT
Y
REMOTE-IN
ALARM
Pb
REMOTE-OUT TERMINATE
OFF
9
6
Put L-metal supports on the both sides of EIA rack
to secure strength.
5
6
9
1
5
6
1
LOOP
THROUGH
SDI
FUSE
FUSE
1.6A(125V)
OFF ON
HD SERIAL OUT
CN1
IN
CVBS
Pr
REF
1
2
3
23.1
32
ON
9
1
5
EIA rack
L-metal support
152.4
Screw
362
489
139.7
L-metal support
45
45
20
n.4
Mi
Min.
70
2
50
123.8
L-metal support
POWER
BC-D2300U HDTV UP CONVERTER
STATUS INPUT SYNC
ENTER
REMOTE
MENU
ESC
195
195
430±3
465
482
5.5
7
LOCAL
16 16
43
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Thickness: 2 mm
WARNING :
● Rack mounting is optional. Use only with racks that have fully adjustable vertical rack rails.
● Use the rack mount brackets (eras) and L-metal supports together.
Do not use only the rack mount brackets (ears) by themselves for support.
Design and specifications subject to change without notice.
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21
MEMO
22
MEMO
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