PRE99-1975-x RMXDIGITAL DISPLAY QUICK GUIDE

PRE99-1975-x RMXDIGITAL DISPLAY QUICK GUIDE
PRE99-1975-x RMXDIGITAL DISPLAY
QUICK GUIDE
INSTALLATION NOTES: READ ME FIRST!
PRE99-1975-x FEATURES VS. THE 90-1950
The PRE99-1975-1 Reflective Display or PRE99-1975-2 Direct
View Display are replacement displays for the older 90-1950
RMXd Console Display. The PRE99-1975-2 is the standard
display used on new RMXdigital consoles.
The information in this document supersedes the Console Display
sections of the 75-53 RMXd manual, rev B (on pages 2-4 to 2-6,
2-17, 2-18, 3-18, 5-6, 5-7 and 6-3).
Each has the same displays as the 90-1950, but in a low-profile
package. The -1 version uses the patented Harris reflective
display technology, while the -2 is a Direct View display.
The -1 display typically sits on the countertop, centered behind
the console. It requires about 5" [635mm] of clearance behind
the console. A .75" [19mm] gap is required between the back
of the console and the front of the display so the console's rear
cover can be fully opened. The -2 display is typically set on top of
the console's rear cover.
1. Power is supplied by the console (J2). A wall-wart is not used.
2. The three clock-set buttons are on the top of the display housing,
at the far right end (the 90-1950 buttons were on the bottom).
3. The 99-1975-x displays accept either ESE or SMPTE master
clock signals (balanced or unbalanced) on J4, pins 5 and 6.
4. The setup switch functions are different, see below for their
functions and use.
Both displays connect using a single cable that breaks out to
plug into J1, J2 and J6 on the RMXd's rear panel. The six-foot
captive display cable exits out the right side of the display. It can
also be run thru a cable access hole on the back of the display.
The cable is then run though any convenient countertop access
hole in order to reach the console rear panel connectors.
HOT PLUGGING NOTE: J2 (48V)
must be connected before plugging in
J1 and J6. When unplugging the
display with the console powered,
unplug J6 and J1, then unplug J2.
TO CONSOLE DISPLAY
_
+
METER SIGNAL
NAMES CABLE
J6
TIMER
CABLE
AUX
48 V
J1
J2
RMXD, REAR PANEL DISPLAY CONNECTIONS
FOR THE PRE99-1975-1 OR -2 DISPLAYS
3.183 ±.010
RED STRIPE
.8" [21mm]
1.5" [38mm]
2.6" [65mm]
DISPLAY INTERFACE CABLE
16.85
RMXdigital console, rear edge
DISPLAY BACK COVER, SHOWING CABLE ACCESS HOLE
J1 DETAIL
Meter Boards
Switch DS3 Settings
Clock & Event Timer Board
Switch DS1 Settings
Switch - Off Function / On Function
1 - Average & Peak / Average only
2 - 2 sec. Peak Hold / No Peak Hold
3 - Blue LED turn on level*
4 - Blue LED turn on level*
5 - NetWave / RMXdigital
6 - Display: Mirrored / Direct View
Switch - Off Function / On Function
1 - Timer .1 secs display / Timer .1 secs off
2 - ESE not used / ESE master clock
3 - unused
4 - 12-hour time / 24-hour time **
5 - SMPTE not used / SMPTE master clock
6 - Display: Mirrored / Direct View
** active only when 2 and 5 are set off
* Blue Peak LEDs turn on at:
-6 dBFS when both 3 and 4 are off
-4 dBFS when 3 is on and 4 is off
-2 dBFS when 3 is off and 4 is on
0 dBFS when both 3 and 4 are on
(Default Settings)
J4 SIGNALS *
1 - TIMER RESET INPUT
2 - GROUND
3 - TIMER RESET OUTPUT
4 - GROUND
5 - ESE/SMPTE INPUT +
6 - ESE/SMPTE INPUT -
ON
6
5
4
OFF
3
2
1
* J4 Notes:
Pin 1: Logic input to reset the timer (active low logic).
Typically not used on RMXdigital.
Pin 3: Logic output to reset a Studio Timer. Typically not
used on RMXdigital.
Pins 5 & 6: Timecode input from a SMPTE or ESE (TC-89
or TC-90) master clock. Connect the + (or center conductor
on an unbalanced signal) to pin 5 and the - (or unbalanced
shield) to pin 6. DS-1, switches 2 and 5 select which type
of timecode signal is being used.
ON
OFF
Hold
Minute Set
Hour Set
(Default Settings)
Wire insertion end view
CLOCK SET BUTTONS
Meter PCA
Clock-Timer PCA
DISPLAY SETUP CONTROLS
(BACK COVER REMOVED)
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