RGBlink VSP3550S User manual

RGBlink VSP3550S User manual
VSP 3550
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 Manual #: RGB-RD-UM-V3550 E001
 Revision: V1.0
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VSP 3550·User Manual
Thank you for choosing our products!
In order to allow you to learn how to use the video processor quickly, we bring you
the detailed user manual. You can read the introduction and directions before
using the video processor, please read all the information we provide carefully to
use our products correctly.
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This document is done by Xiamen RGBlink Science & Technology Co.,Ltd
independently. No part may be copied, reproduced or translated without
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merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. RGBlink may make
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in this publication at any time without notice.
This publication could contain technical inaccuracies or typographical errors.
Changes are periodically made to the information in this publication; these
changes are incorporated in new editions of this publication.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
Statement
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 may cause
harmful interference, in which case the user will be responsible for correcting any
interference.
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Guarantee and Compensation
RGBlink provides a guarantee relating to perfect manufacturing as part of the
legally stipulated terms of guarantee. On receipt, the purchaser must
immediately inspect all delivered goods for damage incurred during transport,
as well as for material and manufacturing faults. RGBlink must be informed
immediately in writing of any complains.
The period of guarantee begins on the date of transfer of risks, in the case of
special systems and software on the date of commissioning, at latest 30 days after
the transfer of risks. In the event of justified notice of compliant, RGBlink can
repair the fault or provide a replacement at its own discretion within an appropriate
period. If this measure proves to be impossible or unsuccessful, the purchaser can
demand a reduction in the purchase price or cancellation of the contract. All other
claims, in particular those relating to compensation for direct or indirect damage,
and also damage attributed to the operation of software as well as to other service
provided by RGBlink, being a component of the system or independent service,
will be deemed invalid provided the damage is not proven to be attributed to the
absence of properties guaranteed in writing or due to the intent or gross
negligence or part of RGBlink.
If the purchaser or a third party carries out modifications or repairs on goods
delivered by RGBlink, or if the goods are handled incorrectly, in particular if the
systems are commissioned operated incorrectly or if, after the transfer of risks, the
goods are subject to influences not agreed upon in the contract, all guarantee
claims of the purchaser will be rendered invalid. Not included in the guarantee
coverage are system failures which are attributed to programs or special
electronic circuitry provided by the purchaser, e.g. interfaces. Normal wear as well
as normal maintenance are not subject to the guarantee provided by RGBlink
either.
The environmental conditions as well as the servicing and maintenance
regulations specified in this manual must be complied with by the customer.
Trademarks
Brand and product names mentioned in this manual may be trademarks,
registered trademarks or copyrights of their respective holders. All brand and
product names mentioned in this manual serve as comments or examples and are
not to be understood as advertising for the products or their manufactures.
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Company Address
Xiamen RGBlink Science & Technology Co., Ltd.
Headquarter: S603~604 Weiye Building Torch Hi-Tech Industrial
Development Zone Xiamen, Fujian Province, P.R.C
Shenzhen office: Floor 11, A1 Building, Baiwang R&D Building, Shahe
West Road, Xili Town, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, Guangdong Province,
P.R.C
Beijing office: No. 2702, Sino-Light Building Tower B, Wang-Jing East
Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, P.R.C
Shanghai office: East Building F2, No. 88 Qinjiang Road, Shanghai,
P.R.C
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Tel: +86-592-5771197
Fax: +86-592-5771202
Customer Hotline: 4008-592-315
Websites:
~ http://www.rgblink.com
~ http://www.rgblink.cn
E-mail: [email protected]
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Operators Safety Summary
The general safety information in this summary is for operating personnel.
Do Not Remove Covers or Panels
There are no user-serviceable parts within the unit. Removal of the top cover will
expose dangerous voltages. To avoid personal injury, do not remove the top
cover. Do not operate the unit without the cover installed.
Power Source
This product is intended to operate from a power source that will not apply more
than 230 volts rms between the supply conductors or between both supply
conductor and ground. A protective ground connection by way of grounding
conductor in the power cord is essential for safe operation.
Grounding the Product
This product is grounded through the grounding conductor of the power cord. To
avoid electrical shock, plug the power cord into a properly wired receptacle before
connecting to the product input or output terminals. A protective-ground
connection by way of the grounding conductor in the power cord is essential for
safe operation.
Use the Proper Power Cord
Use only the power cord and connector specified for your product. Use only a
power cord that is in good condition. Refer cord and connector changes to
qualified service personnel.
Use the Proper Fuse
To avoid fire hazard, use only the fuse having identical type, voltage rating, and
current rating characteristics. Refer fuse replacement to qualified service
personnel.
Do Not Operate in Explosive Atmospheres
To avoid explosion, do not operate this product in an explosive atmosphere.
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Terms In This Manual and Equipment
Marking
WARNING
Highlights an operating procedure, practice, condition, statement, etc,
which, if not strictly observed, could result in injury or death of
personnel.
Note
Highlights an essential operating procedure,
condition or statement.
CAUTION
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.
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Change History
The table below lists the changes to the Video Processor User Manual.
Format
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CONTENT
CONTENT ............................................................................................. 8
1. Introduction ................................................................................... 13
Chapter Structure ........................................................................................ 14
How to Use This Manual .............................................................................. 15
Terms and Definitions .................................................................................. 16
System Overview ......................................................................................... 22
Application Questions.................................................................................. 23
2. Hardware Orientation .................................................................... 24
In This Chapter ............................................................................................ 24
VSP 3550 Back Panel.................................................................................... 25
CONT Interface...................................................................................................... 25
7. Dial Switch......................................................................................................... 25
8. 10/100M UDP Interface .................................................................................... 25
9. USB Interface .................................................................................................... 26
10. RS232 Interface ............................................................................................... 26
INPUT Interface..................................................................................................... 26
1. 3:CVBS Input .................................................................................................. 26
2. 4:VGA Input .................................................................................................... 26
5:SDI Input ......................................................................................................... 26
6:SDI Loop Out ................................................................................................... 27
11:HDMI Input ................................................................................................... 27
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12:DVI Input ....................................................................................................... 27
13:DVI Loop Out ................................................................................................. 27
14. 15:DVI Input (4K×1K) ................................................................................... 27
OUTPUT Interface ................................................................................................. 27
16:DVI Preview Output ...................................................................................... 27
17:VGA Preview Output ..................................................................................... 27
18. 19. 20. 21:DVI Output .................................................................................. 28
Switch and Power ................................................................................................. 28
22. 23:Power Interface and Switch .................................................................... 28
VSP 3550 Front Panel................................................................................... 29
OLED Panel ............................................................................................................ 30
Menu Buttons ....................................................................................................... 30
SOURCE Part ......................................................................................................... 30
CONFIG Part .......................................................................................................... 32
FUNCTION Part ..................................................................................................... 34
OUTPUT Part ......................................................................................................... 36
SPLIT Part .............................................................................................................. 37
LAYER Part ............................................................................................................. 39
3. Hardware Installation ..................................................................... 40
In This Chapter ............................................................................................ 40
Safety Precautions ....................................................................................... 41
Unpacking and Inspection ........................................................................... 41
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Site Preparation........................................................................................... 41
4. Menu Orientation .......................................................................... 42
In This Chapter ............................................................................................ 42
MENU .......................................................................................................... 43
OUTPUT FORMAT ................................................................................................. 45
PIP ......................................................................................................................... 46
PICTURE ................................................................................................................ 47
ADJUST .................................................................................................................. 48
TEXT OVERLAY ....................................................................................................... 49
SYSTEM ................................................................................................................. 51
LANGUAGE ............................................................................................................ 52
FACTORY RESET ..................................................................................................... 52
QUICK MENU ............................................................................................... 53
SPECIAL EFFECTS SWITCHING ............................................................................... 53
SAVE FUNCTION .................................................................................................... 55
LOAD FUNCTION ................................................................................................... 55
SCALE FUNCTION .................................................................................................. 56
5. System Setup and Operations ..........................................................57
In This Chapter ............................................................................................ 57
Interface and Input Signal Option ................................................................ 58
User Guideline ............................................................................................. 60
How to Realize Single Image Switching ........................................................ 61
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How to Set up the PIP .................................................................................. 62
How to Do Customized Output Resolution .................................................. 64
How to Scale the Layer Image ...................................................................... 66
How to Crop the Layer Image ...................................................................... 67
How to Set the Position of Layer Image ....................................................... 68
How to Achieve Split Function ..................................................................... 69
How to Achieve 4K×1K Split ......................................................................... 71
How to Achieve Quick Split .......................................................................... 73
How to Realize the Text Overlay Setting ....................................................... 75
How to Realize Test Pattern Output and Settings ......................................... 77
How to Use Black ......................................................................................... 78
How to Save the Parameter ......................................................................... 79
How to Load the Saved Parameter ............................................................... 80
6. Common Questions and Solution ................................................... 81
In This Chapter ............................................................................................ 81
No Output in Large Screen ........................................................................... 82
Confirm if there are any input singles .................................................................. 82
Confirm if signal output ........................................................................................ 82
Large Screen Output Flash Point .................................................................. 82
Confirm if preview output is normal .................................................................... 82
Large Screen only Display Part of the Image ................................................ 83
Signal need to scale .............................................................................................. 83
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No Display in the Second Half Part of Large Screen ..................................... 83
Resolution is inadequate ...................................................................................... 83
All Key Lights Light Simultaneously .............................................................. 83
Check if dial switches are normal ......................................................................... 83
A. Specification .................................................................................. 84
B. Contact Information ....................................................................... 88
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1. Introduction
This chapter is designed to introduce you to the VSP 3550 User Manual. Areas to
be covered are:
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Chapter Structure
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How to Use This Manual
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Terms and Definitions
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System Overview
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Application Questions
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Chapter Structure
Chapter Structure
The following chapters provide instructions for all aspects of VSP 3550
operations.
Chapter 1
Introduction
Chapter 2
Hardware Orientation
Chapter 3
Hardware Installation
Chapter 4
Menu Orientation
Chapter 5
System Setup and Operations
Chapter 6
Common Questions and Solution
Appendix A Specification
Appendix B Contact information
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How to Use This Manual
How to Use This Manual
Following are important tips for streamlining your use of this User Manual in
its electronic ―PDF‖ form.
Navigating
Use Acrobat Reader’s ―bookmarks‖ to navigate to the desired location.
All chapter files have the same bookmark structure for instant navigation
to any section. Please note:
 Extensive hyperlinks are provided within the chapters.
 Use Acrobat’s ―Go to Previous View‖ and ―Return to next View‖
buttons to trace your complete navigational path.
 Use the ―Previous Page‖ and ―Next Page‖ buttons to go to the previous
or next page within a file.
 Use Acrobat’s extensive search capabilities, such as the ―Find‖ tool
and ―Search Index‖ tool to perform comprehensive searches as required.
Table of Contents and Index
Use the Table of Contents bookmarks to navigate a desired topic.
Click any item to instantly jump to that section of the guide. You c
an also use the Index to jump to specific topics within a chapter. E
ach page number in the Index is a hyperlink.
General Operations
To ensure trouble-free operation, please follow all procedures as listed
below:
 For detailed installation instructions, refer to chapter 3 ―Hardware
Installation‖ on page 40.
 For system setup and operations, refer to Chapter 5, ―System Setup
and Operations‖ on page 57.
Should you have any questions regarding the installation or operation of
VSP 3550, please consult with the factory. Refer to Appendix B, ―Contact
information‖ on page 88.
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Terms and Definitions
Terms and Definitions
The following terms and definitions are used throughout this guide.
 “ASCII”: American Standard for Information Interchange. The standard
code consisting of 7-bit coded characters (8 bits including parity check)
used to exchange information between data processing systems, data
communication systems, and associated equipment. The ASCII set
contains control characters and graphic characters.
 “Aspect ratio”: The relationship of the horizontal dimension to the
vertical dimension of an image. In viewing screens, standard TV is 4:3,
or 1.33:1; HDTV is 16:9, or 1.78:1. Sometimes the ―:1‖ is implicit,
making TV = 1.33 and HDTV = 1.78.
 “AV”: Audio visual, or audio video.
 A “Background” is an unscaled source, typically originating from a
computer. A background source appears at the system’s lowest priority
— visually in back of all other sources.
 “Baudrate”:Named of J.M.E. Baudot, the inventor of the Baudot
telegraph code. The number of the electrical oscillations per second,
called baud rate. Related to, but not the same as, transfer rate in bits
per second (bps).
 “Blackburst”: The video waveform without the video elements. It
includes the vertical sync, horizontal sync, and the chroma burst
information. Blackburst is used to synchronize video equipment to
align the video output. One signal is normally used to set up an entire
video system or facility. Sometimes it is called House sync.
 “BNC”: Bayonet Neill-Concelman. A cable connector used extensively
in television and named for its inventors. A cylindrical bayonet
connector that operates with a twist-locking motion. To make the
connection, align the two curved grooves in the collar of the male
connector with the two projections on the outside of the female collar,
push, and twist. This allows the connector to lock into place without
tools.
 “Brightness”: Usually refers to the amount or intensity of video light
produced on a screen without regard to color. Sometimes called ―black
level.
 ―CAT 5‖: Category 5. Describes the network cabling standard that
consists of four unshielded twisted pairs of copper wire terminated by
RJ-45 connectors. CAT 5 cabling supports data rates up to 100 Mbps.
CAT 5 is based on the EIA/TIA 568 Commercial Building
Telecommunications Wiring Standard.
 “Color bars”: A standard test pattern of several basic colors (white,
yellow, cyan, green, magenta, red, blue, and black) as a reference for
system alignment and testing. In NTSC video, the most commonly
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used color bars are the SMPTE standard color bars. In PAL video, the
most commonly used color bars are eight full field bars. In the
computer, the most commonly used color bars are two rows of
reversed color bars.
“Color burst”: In color TV systems, a burst of subcarrier frequency
located on the back porch of the composite video signal. This serves
as a color synchronizing signal to establish a frequency and phase
reference for the chroma signal. Color burst is 3.58 MHz for NTSC and
4.43 MHz for PAL.
“Color temperature”: The color quality, expressed in degrees
Kelvin(K), of a light source. The higher the color temperature, the bluer
the light. The lower the temperature, the redder the light. Benchmark
color temperature for the A/V industry include 5000°K, 6500°K, and
9000°K.
“Contrast ratio”: The radio of the high light output level divided by the
low light output level. In theory, the contrast radio of the television
system should be at least 100:1, if not 300:1. In reality, there are
several limitations. In the CRT, light from adjacent elements
contaminate the area of each element. Room ambient light will
contaminate the light emitted from the CRT. Well-controlled viewing
conditions should yield a practical contrast ratio of 30:1 to 50:1.
“DVI”: Digital Visual Interface. The digital video connectivity standard
that was developed by DDWG (Digital Display Work Group). This
connection standard offers two different connectors: one with 24 pins
that handles digital video signals only, and one with 29 pins that
handles both digital and analog video.
“EDID”: Extended Display Identification Data – EDID is a data structure
used to communicate video display information, including native
resolution and vertical interval refresh rate requirements, to a source
device. The source device will then output the optimal video format for
the display based on the provided EDID data, ensuring proper video
image quality. This communication takes place over the DDC – Display
Data Channel.
“Ethernet”: A Local Area Network (LAN) standard officially known as
IEEE 802.3. Ethernet and other LAN technologies are used for
interconnecting computers, printers, workstations, terminals, servers,
etc. within the same building or campus. Ethernet operates over
twisted pair and over coaxial cable at speeds starting at 10Mbps. For
LAN interconnectivity, Ethernet is physical link and data link protocol
reflecting the two lowest layers of the OSI Reference Model.
“Frame”: In interlaced video, a frame is one complete image. A video
frame is made up of two fields, or two sets of interlaced lines. In a film,
a frame is one still image of a series that makes up a motion image.
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 “Gamma”: The light output of a CRT is not linear with respect to the
voltage input. The difference between what you should have and what
is actually output is known as gamma.
 “HDMI” - High – Definition Multimedia Interface: An interface used
primarily in consumer electronics for the transmission of
uncompressed high definition video, up to 8 channels of audio, and
control signals, over a single cable. HDMI is the de facto standard for
HDTV displays, Blu-ray Disc players, and other HDTV electronics.
Introduced in 2003, the HDMI specification has gone through several
revisions.
 “HDSDI”: The high-definition version of SDI specified in SMPTE-292M.
This signal standard transmits audio and video with 10 bit depth and
4:2:2 color quantization over a single coaxial cable with a data rate of
1.485 Gbit/second. Multiple video resolutions exists including
progressive 1280x720 and interlaced 1920x1080 resolution. Up to 32
audio signals are carried in the ancillary data.
 “JPEG” (Joint photographic Expects Group): Commonly used
method of lossy compression for photographic images using a discreet
cosine transfer function. The degree of compression can be adjusted,
allowing a selectable tradeoff between storage size and image quality.
JPEG typically achieves 10:1 compression with little perceptible loss in
image quality. Produces blocking artifacts.
 “MPEG”: Motion image Expect Group. A standard committee under the
auspices of the International Standards Organization working on
algorithm standards that allow digital compression, storage and
transmission of moving image information such as motion video,
CD-quality audio, and control data at CD-ROM bandwidth. The MPEG
algorithm provides inter-frame compression of video images and can
have an effective compression rate of 100:1 to 200:1.
 “NTSC”: The color video standard used in North America and some
other parts of the world created by the National Television Standards
Committee in the 1950s. A color signal must be compatible with
black-and-white TV sets. NTSC utilizes an interlaced video signals,
525 lines of resolution with a refresh rate of 60 fields per second (60
Hz). Each frame is comprised of two fields of 262.5 lines each, running
at an effective rate of 30 frames per second.
 “Operator”: Refers to the person who uses the system.
 “PAL”: Phase Alternate Line. A television standard in which the phase
of the color carrier is alternated from line to line. It takes four full
images (8 fields) for the color-to-horizontal phase relationship to return
to the reference point. This alternation helps cancel out phase errors.
For this reason, the hue control is not needed on a PAL TV set. PAL, in
many transmission forms, is widely used in Western Europe, Australia,
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Africa, the Middle East, and Micronesia. PAL uses 625-line, 50-filed
(25 fps) composite color transmission system.
“PIP”: image-in-image. A small image within a larger image created
by scaling down one of the images to make it smaller. Each image
requires a separate video source such as a camera, VCR, or computer.
Other forms of PIP displays include image-by-image (PBP) and
image-with-image (PWP), which are commonly used with 16:9 aspect
display devices. PBP and PWP image formats require a separate
scaler for each video window.
“Polarity”: The positive and negative orientation of a signal. Polarity
usually refers to the direction or a level with respect to a reference (e.g.
positive sync polarity means that sync occurs when the signal is going
in the positive direction).
“RJ-45”: Registered Jack-45. A connector similar to a telephone
connector that holds up to eight wires, used for connecting Ethernet
devices.
―RS-232”: An Electronic Industries Association (EIA) serial digital
interface standard specifying the characteristics of the communication
path between two devices using either DB-9 or DB-25 connectors.
This standard is used for relatively short-range communication and
does not specify balanced control lines. RS-232 is a serial control
standard with a set number of conductors, data rate, word length, and
type of connector to be used. The standard specifies component
connection standards with regard to the computer interface. It is also
called RS-232-C, which is the third version of the RS-232 standard,
and is functionally identical to the CCITT V.24 standard.
“Saturation”: Chroma, chroma gain. The intensity of the color, or the
extent to which a given color in any image is free from white. The less
white in a color, the truer the color or the greater its saturation. On a
display device, the color control adjusts the saturation. Not to be
confused with the brightness, saturation is the amount of pigment in a
color, and not the intensity. Low saturation is like adding white to the
color. For example, a low-saturated red looks pink.
“Scaling”: A conversion of a video or computer graphic signal from a
starting resolution to a new resolution. Scaling from one resolution to
another is typically done to optimize the signal for input to an image
processor, transmission path or to improve its quality when presented
on a particular display.
“SDI”: Serial Digital Interface. The standard based on a 270 Mbps
transfer rate. This is a 10-bit, scrambled, polarity independent interface
with common scrambling for both component ITU-R 601 and
composite digital video and four channels of (embedded) digital audio.
“Seamless Switching”: A feature found on many video switchers. This
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feature causes the switcher to wait until the vertical interval to switch.
This avoid a glitch (temporary scrambling) which normally is seen
when switching between sources.
“SMPTE”: Society of Motion image and Television Engineers. A global
organization, based in the United States, that sets standards for
baseband visual communications. This includes film as well as video
and television standards.
“S-Video”: A composite video signal separated into the luma (―Y‖ is for
luma, or black and white information; brightness) and the chroma (―C‖
is an abbreviation for chroma, or color information).
“Sync”: Synchronization. In video, sync is a means of controlling the
timing of an event with respect to other events. This is accomplished
with timing pulses to insure that each step in a process occurs at the
correct time. For example, horizontal sync determines exactly when to
begin each horizontal scan line. Vertical sync determines when the
image is to be refreshed to start a new field or frame. There are many
other types of sync in video system.(Also known as ―sync signal‖ or
―sync pulse.‖)
“TCP/IP”: Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol. The
communication protocol of the Internet. Computers and devices with
direct access to the Internet are provided with a copy of the TCP/IP
program to allow them to send and receive information in an
understandable form.
“USB”: Universal Serial Bus. USB was developed by seven PC and
telecom industry leaders (Compaq, DEC, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, NEC,
and Northern Telecom). The goal was easy plug-and-play expansion
outside the box, requiring no additional circuit cards. Up to 127
external computer devices may be added through a USB hub, which
may be conveniently located in a keyboard or monitor. USB devices
can be attached or detached without removing computer power. The
number of devices being designed for USB continues to grow, from
keyboards, mice, and printers to scanners, digital cameras, and ZIP
drives.
“VESA”: Video Electronics Standards Association. A nonprofit number
organization dedicated to facilitating and promoting personal computer
graphics through improved standards for the benefit of the end-user.
www.vesa.org
“VGA”: Video Graphics Array. Introduced by IBM in 1987, VGA is an
analog signal with TTL level separate horizontal and vertical sync. The
video outputs to a 15-pin HD connector and has a horizontal scan
frequency of 31.5 kHz and vertical frequency of 70 Hz (Mode 1, 2) and
60 Hz (Mode 3). The signal is non-interlaced in modes 1, 2, and 3 and
interlaced when using the 8514/A card (35.5 kHz, 86 Hz) in mode 4. It
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has a pixel by line resolution of 640×480 with a color palette of 16 bits
and 256,000 colors.
 “YCrCb”: Used to describe the color space for interlaced component
video.
 “YPbPr”: Used to describe the color space for progressive-scan
(non-interlaced) component video.
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System Overview
System Overview
The VSP 3550 is a multiple outputs video processor that accepts a wide
variety of video signals, including RGB computer graphic by DVI, VGA
video, standard and HDTV video by HDM. Composite, SDI (SD/HD/3G
Compatible), DVI and SDI supports loop through output for cascade or
preview. VSP 3550 combines truly seamless, fade in fade out, glitch-free
switching with advanced scaling technologies to meet the requirements of
high quality, high resolution video presentations. VSP 3550 also launches
the latest, user defined image size and coordinate, dual image processing,
multiple cascade mapping, different user configurations and controlling,
Key in and out and other advanced functions for high-end show.
Features:
Multiple inputs
• VSP 3550 provides 2x Composite (CVBS), 1x DVI (compatible with
HDMI 1.3), 2x DVI (4K×1K), 1x HDMI, 2xVGA, 1 x3G self-adaptive SDI
input (3G SDI module), for the application if different signal inputs.
Multiple outputs:
• 1 x Preview VGA output.
• 1 x Preview DVI output.
• 4 X DVI outputs are provided for splitting into four different images or
distributing the same four images, the four DVI outputs can be connected
with LED display or other display.
Loop Through Interface
• Designed to boost the signal strength.
• The same video can be connected to a local monitor.
• The same video available for other equipments.
Multiple Control Methods
• Local Front Panel.
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Application Question
Application Questions
RGBlink offers solutions to demanding technical problems. Any application
questions, or required further information, please contact with our
Customer Support Engineers. Refer to Appendix B for contact details.
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In This Chapter
This chapter provides detailed information about the VSP 3550 hardware.
The following topics are discussed:
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VSP 3550 Back Panel
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VSP 3550 Front Panel
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VSP 3550 Back Panel
VSP 3550 Back Panel
The figure below illustrates the professional interface and control signals of
VSP 3550 back panel.
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INTERFACE
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INTERFACE
1.3
CVBS Input
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DVI Input
2.4
VGA Input
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DVI Loop Out
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SDI Input
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DVI Input (4K×1K)
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SDI Loop Out
16
DVI Preview Output
7
Push Button Switch
17
VGA Preview Output
8
10/100M Interface
18.19.20.21
DVI Output
9
USB Interface
22
Power Switch
10
RJ11 (RS232) Interface
23
Power Interface
11
HDMI Input
CONT Interface
7. Dial Switch
If the two dial switches are upwards, the device is in normal work, and if
they are downwards, the device is in upgrade state.
8. 10/100M UDP Interface
Used to connect the computer for control or device upgrade.
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9. USB Interface
Remote communication device control interface, used to connect to the
computer or console.
10. RS232 Interface
Used to connect the computer for control or device upgrade.
INPUT Interface
1) 2 CVBS inputs by BNC interfaces, (CV2 is CV module).
2) 2 VGA input by DB15 interface, (VGA2 is CV module).
3) 1 HDMI-A interface, can be compatible with HDMI inputs.
4) 1 DVI-I interface, can be compatible with HDMI, and support loop
through output for cascade or preview.
5) 3G SDI input (SDI module), and support loop through output for cascade
or preview.
1. 3:CVBS Input
CVBS input: Can receive standard video signal from players, cameras etc.
Input supported resolution 480i and 576i via BNC. Supported standards
include: PAL, NTSC and SECAM.
2. 4:VGA Input
VGA Interface: input the video signal from HD player and Computer, etc.
Compatible with YPbPr via the DB15 interface.
Note
3 and 4 input interface is option module .
5:SDI Input
Can receive video signal from HD player, and HD camera, connect
interface 16 via 75 ohms impedance BNC.
Note
5 and 6 input interface is option S module .
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6:SDI Loop Out
SDI loop output: can connect the next level VSP 3550 for cascade or the
device with SDI input.
11:HDMI Input
HDMI input interface: HDMI input interface. Input the signal from HD
player, DVD, computer, and so on.
(This Connection does not support hot-plugging).
12:DVI Input
DVI input interface: Input the video signal from computer, DVI signal
generator. Can be compatible with HDMI 1.3.
(This Connection does not support hot-plugging).
13:DVI Loop Out
DVI loop out, can connect to the next level VSP 3550 or the device with
DVI loop out.
14. 15:DVI Input (4K×1K)
DVI input interface: Input the video signal from computer. Can be
compatible with HDMI 1.3. Used for 4K×1K split, the split modes depend on
video cards.
(This Connection does not support hot-plugging).
OUTPUT Interface
16:DVI Preview Output
Connect to the monitor or LED screen which has DVI interface. (This DVI
connector does not support hot-plugging).
17:VGA Preview Output
VGA output connector can be connected to monitor or projector which has
VGA interface.
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18. 19. 20. 21:DVI Output
Connect to the monitor or LED screen which has DVI interface. (This DVI
connector does not support hot-plugging).
Switch and Power
22. 23:Power Interface and Switch
AC 85-264V 50/60Hz IEC-3 Power Interface.
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VSP 3550 Front Panel
Insert power cord and push power to ON position. OLED module on the
front panel will show RGBLINK and go into its self verification before it load
last setting config and send processed image to the target monitor. For the
first setup, CV1 input is the default source. With front panel keyboard, user
can operate VSP 3550 through the menus on OLED module.
VSP 3550 front panel as shown in figure:
亮彩系列
AVDSP SERIES VSP 3550
INIT DEVICE
INPUT
SV: 1.55
CV1:NO INPUT
SN:0304
F
OUTPUT FORMAT
VSP 3550
[ <<]
V2
A
V1
V1
V1
V1
: 1920X1080X60
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VSP 3550 front panel as following:
OLED Panel
Used to show button menu and menus for interactive communication.
Menu Buttons
Used to adjust menu on OLED and for information interaction. Push the
rotary button to confirm current options.
SOURCE Part
CV1 input selection button, its LED light flashes, output will be switched to
this channel.
CV2 input selection button, its LED light flashes, output will be switched to
this channel.
VGA1 input selection button, its LED light flashes, output will be switched to
this channel, (compatible with YPbPr).
VGA2 input selection button, its LED light flashes, output will be switched to
this channel, (compatible with YPbPr).
DVI input selection button, its LED light flashes, output will be switched to
this channel.
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HDMI input selection button, its LED light flashes, output will be switched to
this channel.
SDI input selection button, its LED light flashes, output will be switched to
this channel.
BLACK button, its LED light turns on, default setting of the test pattern.Test
pattern can be set and selected from OLED menu, push the button again, to
exit black.
Test Pattern button, push the button, its LED light turns on, output will be
switched to test pattern mode. User can choose the modes from OLED
menu. Push the button again, and exit test pattern mode.
4K×1K Split button, input DVI2 and DVI3, support split modes for: 2 IN 2
OUT, 2 IN 3 OUT, and 2 IN 4 OUT, shown as follows:
Split Mode 1: 2 IN 2 OUT
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Split Mode 2: 2 IN 3 OUT
Split Mode 3: 2 IN 4 OUT
CONFIG Part
Number Key 1. Press SAVE, LOAD, SCALE, CROP and POS key, Key 0-9
LED light turns on. Push Key 1, user can choose SAVE to 1 or LOAD from
1, or input number 1 directly.
Number Key 2. Press SAVE, LOAD, SCALE, CROP and POS key, Key 0-9
LED light turns on. Push Key 2, user can choose SAVE to 2 or LOAD from
2, or input number 2 directly.
Number Key 3. Press SAVE, LOAD, SCALE, CROP and POS key, Key 0-9
LED light turns on. Push Key 3, user can choose SAVE to 3 or LOAD from
3, or input number 3 directly.
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Number Key 4. Press SAVE, LOAD, SCALE, CROP and POS key, Key 0-9
LED light turns on. Push Key 4, user can choose SAVE to 4 or LOAD from
4, or input number 4 directly.
Number Key 5. Press SAVE, LOAD, SCALE, CROP and POS key, Key 0-9
LED light turns on. Push Key 5, user can choose SAVE to 5 or LOAD from
5, or input number 5 directly.
Number Key 6. Press SAVE, LOAD, SCALE, CROP and POS key, Key 0-9
LED light turns on. Push Key 6, user can choose SAVE to 6 or LOAD from
6, or input number 6 directly.
Number Key 7. Press SAVE, LOAD, SCALE, CROP and POS key, Key 0-9
LED light turns on. Push Key 7, user can choose SAVE to 7 or LOAD from
7, or input number 7 directly.
Number Key 8. Press SAVE, LOAD, SCALE, CROP and POS key, Key 0-9
LED light turns on. Push Key 8, user can choose SAVE to 8 or LOAD from
8, or input number 8 directly.
Number Key 9. Press SAVE, LOAD, SCALE, CROP and POS key, Key 0-9
LED light turns on. Push Key 9, user can choose SAVE to 9 or LOAD from
9, or input number 9 directly.
Number Key 0. Press SAVE, LOAD, SCALE, CROP and POS key, Key 0-9
LED light turns on. Push Key 0, user can choose SAVE to 10 or LOAD from
10, or input number 0 directly.
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FUNCTION Part
Scale function button: Image size adjustment, push the button to enter
the scale menu. Turn the knob to select the relevant submenu. For
details please refer to SCALE FUNCTION in menu orientation.
—>H SIZE
1920
V SIZE
RESET
1080
Crop function button: Push the button, its LED light lights, user can rotate
the knob or input the number directly to crop the size for the current layer.
Button DVI~DVI4 in OUTPUT part which flashes mean the layer is selected.
For more details, please refer to: How to Crop the Layer Image.
—>CROP WIDTH
CROP HEIGHT
CROP X
CROP Y
RESET
1920
1080
0
0
Position function button: Push the button, its LED light lights, user can rotate
the knob or input the number directly to adjust the position for the current
layer. Button A, B, and DVI~DVI4 which flashes means the layer is selected.
For more details, please refer to: How to Set the Position of Layer Image.
—>POS X
0
POS Y
RESET
0
Freeze button: Push the button, its LED light lights, and the current image is
freeze. Push the button again, its LED light is off, and exit freeze function.
FREEZE IMAGE
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Output Format select button. Push the button, its LED light is on, and enter
the current output format. User can rotate the knob to choose the different
output formats.
—>COMMON FORMAT
>>
OTHER FORMAT
CUSTOMIZED
EXTERNAL SYNC.
>>
>>
ALL: Push the button, its LED light is on, and Layer DVI1~DVI4 are
All being selected.
FOUR LAYER OPERATION
AT THE SAME TIME ON
Save button: Push it to enter SAVE mode, turn the knob to select save
position or push the user mode buttons which light up from 0~9 directly.
Currently, it supports 10 saving modes from 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,
9,0 means SAVE1~10.
The OLED menu will show Finish after finish saving.
For details please refer to MENU SAVE FUNCTION and How to Save the
Parameter.
LOAD button: Press it to enter LOAD mode, turn the knob to select LOAD
position or push the user mode buttons which light up from 0~9 directly.
Currently, it supports 10 loading modes from 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,
0 means LOAD user mode 1~10.
The OLED menu will show Finish after finish loading.
For details please refer to MENU LOAD FUNCTION and How to Load the
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Saved Parameter.
OUTPUT Part
VSP 3550 supports 4 outputs. OUTPUT buttons DVI1, DVI2, DVI3,
DVI4 are corresponding to the output ports DVI1, DVI2, DVI3, DVI4 in
back panel. Button flashes show its corresponding output are selected.
Note
OUTPUT Button DVI1 corresponding DVI1 is
the default as output.
DVI1: It is corresponding to DVI1 on back panel. It flashes means being
selected.
DVI2: It is corresponding to DVI2 on back panel. It flashes means being
selected.
DVI3: It is corresponding to DVI3 on back panel. It flashes mean being
selected.
DVI4: It is corresponding with DVI4 on back panel. It flashes means being
selected.
Push DVI1-DVI4, LCD panel will show as follows, for example, push DVI1:
SELECT OUTPUT: OUTPUT1
CURRENT SPLIT LAYER IS SPLIT1
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SPLIT Part
Split effect button, press it and it lights, it can achieve split effects, that is
VSP 3550 4 outputs are in the form of output split. Single device can be set
at max.: 2048x4*1152 or 2048*1152x4 or 2048x2*1152x2, it is mainly
suitable for LED screen users.
For details, please refer to: How to Achieve Split Function.
VSP 3550 provides 9 kinds of split modes, and split mode: 2 IN 2 OUT, 2 IN
3 OUT, 2 IN 4 OUT can be operated with 4K×1K button. The other 6 split
modes are shown as follows:
Split Mode 1: STRAIGHT Mode
Split Mode 2: HORIZONTAL 1/2
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Split Mode 3: FIELD GLYPH
Other split modes, including the following:
Split Mode 4: VERTICAL 1/2
Split Mode 5: HORIZONTAL 1/4
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Split Mode 6: VERTICAL 1/4
LAYER Part
Layer A button, the button flashes, and the layer can be edited.
Layer B and PIP switch button. Push the button for 3 seconds, user can
switch to PIP mode or switch PIP mode to single image. The button flashes,
and the layer can be edited.
Advanced menu button: Push the MENU to enter the main menu. Turn the
MENU
knob to select the relevant submenu. For details please refer to MENU in
menu orientation.
ESC reuse function button: Push the MENU to exit the menu.
Effect switch function: Push the MENU button two times to enter the effect
switch function menu.
For details please refer to: SPECIAL EFFECT SWITCHING.
Confirm button.
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In This Chapter
This chapter provides comprehensive installation instruction for VSP 3550
hardware:
Following is the mechanic info of VSP 3550 for your reference.
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Safety Precautions
For all VSP 3550 processor installation procedures, please observe the
following important safety and handling rules to avoid damage to yourself
and the equipment.
 To protect users from electric shock, ensure that the chassis connects
to earth via the ground wire provided in the AC power Cord.
 The AC Socket-outlet should be installed near the equipment and be
easily accessible.
Unpacking and Inspection
Before opening VSP 3550 processor shipping box, inspect it for damage. If
you find any damage, notify the shipping carrier immediately for all claims
adjustments. As you open the box, compare its contents against the
packing slip. If you find any shortages, contact your sales representative.
Once you have removed all the components from their packaging and
checked that all the listed components are present, visually inspect the
system to ensure there was no damage during shipping. If there is damage,
notify the shipping carrier immediately for all claims adjustments.
Site Preparation
The environment in which you install your VSP 3550 should be clean,
properly lit, free from static, and have adequate power, ventilation, and
space for all components.
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In This Chapter
This chapter describes all VSP 3550 processor menus, including how they
are accessed, the functions that are available, and descriptions of each
menu tree (in block diagram format).
The following topics are discussed:
• MENU

OUTPUT FORMAT

PIP

PICTURE

ADJUST

TEXT OVERLAY

SYSTEM

LANGUAGE

FACTORY RESET
• QUICK MENU

SPECIAL EFFECTS SWITCHING

SAVE FUNCTION

LOAD FUNCTION

SCALE FUNCTION
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MENU
MENU
Push the MENU to main menu, main menu as shown: Turn knob buttons to
select menu items. > before the menu means it’s in selected state. Press
the knob to enter corresponding setting or view the menu.
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MENU
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OUTPUT FORMAT
Push the [MENU] button, OLED display menu, push knob button to select
<OUTPUT FORMAT>, show menus as follows:
COMMON FORMAT: Push knob button to select left or right menu item,
turn the knob to enter corresponding setting or view the menu. Users can
choose different output formats by turning the knob, this option includes 12
common standard output resolutions, shown as follows:
1024x768x60, 1280x720x60, 1280x768x60, 1280x1024x60,
1280x128x60, 1440x900x60, 1600x1200x60, 1680x1050x60,
1920x1080x60, 1920x1200x60, 2048x1152x60, 2560x816x60.
OTHER FORMAT: Push knob button to select left or right menu item, turn
the knob to enter corresponding setting or view the menu. Users can
choose different output formats by turning the knob, this option includes 53
other output resolutions, shown as follows:
1024x768x75, 1024x768x85, 1024x1280x60, 1024x1920x60,
1080x1920x60, 1152x864x75, 1248x936x60, 1280x720x23.98,
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MENU
1280x720x24, 1280x720x25, 1280x720x29.97, 1280x720x30,
1280x720x50, 1280x720x59.94, 1280x800x60, 1280x960x60,
1280x960x85, 1280x1024x75, 1280x1024x85, 1360x768x60,
1366x768x60, 1400x1050x60_r, 1400x1050x60_r, 1440x900x60_r,
1600x1200x60_r, 1680x1050x60_r, 1872x1040x60, 1920x1080x23.98,
1920x1080x23.9s, 1920x1080x24, 1920x1080x24s, 1920x1080x25,
1920x1080x25s, 1920x1080x29.97, 1920x1080x29.9s, 1920x1080x30,
1920x1080x30s, 1920x1080x59.94, 1920x1080x50, 1920x1080x60-r,
1976x1144x60, 720x480x60i, 720x576x50i, 720x480x60i_2,
720x576x50i_2, 1920x1080x50i, 1920x1080x60i, 1920x1080x59.94i,
1536x1536x60_r, 2048x1200x60_r, 2560x980x60_r, 3840x670x60_r,
2560x1152x50.
CUSTOMIZED: The special display project or LED screen application
would like to require special resolution settings to meet the requirement.
Details please refer to the instructions in the manual: How to Do
Customized Output Resolution.
EXTERNAL SYNC: Turn the knob to input reference from external switcher
or device, output will be sync to the reference input timing.
PIP
Push the [MENU] button to go into the main menu, and turn the knob to
select <PIP>, show menus as follows:
PIP: Choose PIP and choose ON to set PIP mode.
LAYOUT: There are 7 PIP layouts: PIP L+T, PIP R+T, PIP L+B, PIP R+B,
PBP L+R, PBP T+B, user can choose any one of PIP layouts, the
corresponding results are as follows.
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MENU
PIP L+T
PBP L+R
PBP T+B
SELECT: Can choose to set the size or position of IMAGE A or IMAGE B
individually.
Note
Function key
or
, selecting
image A or image B.
SWAP WINDOW: It can set PIP to swap exchange, when choose ON, it
can realize the main and sub-image exchange.
ALPHA: Can set the image display transparency, regulating range
between 0 - 16.
Details please refer to the instructions in the manual: How to Set up the
PIP.
PICTURE
Push the [MENU] button to go into the main menu, and turn the knob to
select <PICTURE>, show menus as follows:
OUTPUT PICTURE: User can set the brightness of SPLIT 1, 2, 3, 4, and
the entirety brightness.
INPUT PICTURE: It can adjust the image quality settings including as
follows:
INPUT BRIGHTNESS: It can change the image BRIGHTNESS via
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BRIGHTNESS Settings.
INPUT CONTRAST: It can change the image CONTRAST via CONTRAST
Settings.
INPUT SATURATION: It can change the image SATURATION via
SATURATION Settings.
INPUT SHARPNESS: It can change the image SHARPNESS via
SHARPNESS Settings.
INPUT COLOR RED: It can change the image color Red via Red Settings;
INPUT COLOR GREEN: It can change the image color Green via Green
Settings.
INPUT COLOR BLUE: It can change the image color Blue via Blue
Settings.
RESET: If quality image distorts as improper operation, it can be initialized
to recover by factory reset.
Note
Users can set according to their actual situation,
this function mainly suitable for these
professional operator who knows how to set the
image quality correctly. Others are not
comments to do these operations. If image
distorted by improper operation, it can be
initialized operated to recover by factory reset.
ADJUST
Push the [MENU] button to go into the main menu, and turn the knob to
select <ADJUST>, show menus as follows:
VGA1 ADJUST: Adjust VGA1 input signal, sub menu as follows:
H POS: Image horizontal position.
V POS: Image vertical position.
CLOCK: Input signal clock.
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PHASE: Input image phase.
Note
Only comments to professional operator.
AUTO ADJUST: Auto adjust VGA1 input signal H POS, V POS, CLOCK,
PHASE, auto adjust to display in full screen image.
Note
Comments customers to use this operation in
adjusting the VGA input shiftment.
ADC ADJUST: Mainly aim at the BRIGHTNESS to auto adjusting.
GAMMA: Gamma setting, press it to adjust the image gamma value.
Gamma values include: LINEAR, sRGB, -1.2, -1.4, -1.6, 1.2, 1.4, 1.6.
ASPECT RATIO: Change the value to convert the aspect ratio for different
wide and height ratio settings.
DEFAULT: Original video ratio.
16:9: 16:9 aspect ratios.
TEXT OVERLAY
Push the [MENU] button to go into the main menu, and turn the knob to
select <TEXT OVERLAY>, show menus as follows:
It can adjust the text overlay function settings including as follows:
TEXT OVERLAY: Can select ―ON‖ or ―OFF‖, OFF is the default setting.
PRESET: Can preset value of the following functions, and total 13 modes:
User: User mode.
WhOnBk1: White On Black 1.
WhOnBk2: White On Black 2.
BkOnWh1: Black On White 1.
BkOnWh2: Black On White 2.
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GrnOnBk1: Green On Black 1.
GrnOnBk2: Green On Black 2.
GrnOnWh1: Green On White 1.
GrnOnWh2: Green On White 2.
RedOnBk1: Red On Black 1.
RedOnBk2: Red On Black 2.
RedOnWh1: Red On White 1.
RedOnWh2: Red On White 2.
BLEND MODE: Blend mode, with two modes, ―Mode 1‖ and ― Mode 2‖.
Mode 1: Graphic content locate at the top and is non-transparent,
background transparency is controlled by double-image transparency.
Mode 2: Graphic content is controlled by double-image transparency, the
background is completely transparent.
BLEND LEVEL: Can set the image display transparency, regulating range
between 0 - 16.
ABOVE/BELOW:
ABOVE: In image 2, if the pixel value is higher than the setting value, then
the image is the graphic content pixel, otherwise, it is the graphic
background pixel. It should combined with "AND/OR" conditions when
judging.
BELOW: In image 2, if the pixel value is lower than the setting value, then
the image is the graphic content pixel, otherwise, it is the graphic
background pixel. It should combined with "AND/OR" conditions when
judging.
KEY IN/OUT:
KEY IN:The background to delete, the text title to keep.
KEY OUT:The text title to delete, the background to keep.
RED: Red limit, cut-off point condition of ABOVE and BELOW condition in
red channel, the range is 0 ~ 248.
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MENU
GREEN: Green limit, cut-off point condition of ABOVE and BELOW condition
in green channel, the range is 0 ~ 248.
BLUE: Blue limit, cut-off point condition of ABOVE and BELOW condition
in blue channel, the range is 0 ~ 248.
Details please refer to the instructions in the manual: How to Realize the
Text Overlay Setting.
SYSTEM
Push the [MENU] button to go into the main menu, and turn the knob to
select <SYSTEM>, it can adjust the system function settings including as
follows:
ETHERNET: Network setting, including:
NETWORK ON/OFF: Can choose ―ON‖ or ―OFF‖.
IP ADDRESS: 192.168.000.100.
DELAY CALL: Set delay the output time. When more than one equipment
power on, and the processor is the end equipment in order to improve
question that can’t identify the input signal and phenomenon that LED
screen appear messy code and flash screen, now need to delay the input
time1-255s.
TECH SUPPORT: Can view the factory sales, after sales, factory address,
contact information, etc.
SYSTEM INFO: System information.
COM VERSION: Information of COM version.
FIRMWARE VERSION: Information of FIRMWARE version.
SN: It is the Factory serial number of VSP 3550 which is used to search the
information of VSP 3550.
IP: IP address.
DATE&TIME: Display date or time.
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MENU
DATE: Display date.
TIME: Display time.
CHANGE DATE.
CHANGE TIME.
Note
If use timing function, DTAT and TIME need to
set up accurate.
WORK TIME:
CURRENT TIME: Display the working time from boot to present.
LAST TIME: Display last working time.
TOTAL TIME: Total working time.
BOOT TIMES: Boot times.
LANGUAGE
Through this option, user can choose Chinese or English according to their
needs to operate the interface more quickly.
FACTORY RESET
Enter FACTORY RESET to reset the IP, choose YES and push the knob to
confirm, then VSP 3550 is reset to its factory settings. After 5 seconds, it
completes factory settings and is ready for more operations.
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QUICK MENU
QUICK MENU
Quick menu function are including: Special effects switching, SAVE
function, LOAD function, SCALE function, these functions are separate
button defined, so not included in the MENU.
SPECIAL EFFECTS SWITCHING
Press the MENU button two times, enter the effect switch function menu.
MODE:Special effects switching mode
DISSOLVE:fade in fade out Special effects switching
CUT:fast switching
WIPE SOUARE IN:
WIPE SOUARE OUT:
WIPE TOP LIEFT IN:
WIPE TOP LIEFT:
WIPE TOP RIGHT IN:
WIPE TOP RIGHT :
WIPE BOTTOM LEFT IN:
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WIPE BOTTOM LEFT :
WIPE BOTTOM RIGHT IN:
WIPE BOTTOM LEFT :
WIPE LEFT IN:
WIPE LEFT:
WIPE RIGHT IN:
WIPE RIGHT:
WIPE TOP IN:
WIPE TOP :
WIPE BOTTOM IN:
WIPE BOTTOM:
Note:
On behalf of the image emerging;
On behalf of the image disappearing.
Arrows represents the direction of the image move, that is, the image that
arrow point, is compressed or stretched to the direction that arrow indicates,
until disappear or full screen.
FADE TIME: Switch time setting. Rotate the knob to choose the time and
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press the knob to confirm. The switching time ranges from 0 to1.0.
ALPHA: It can set the image transparency, regulating range between 0 16.
DEINTERLACE: Force Deinterlace function, can choose ―ON‖ or ―OFF‖.
ON: Force deinterlace, no effect switching.
OFF: No deinterlace, with effect switching.
SAVE FUNCTION
Press the SAVE button, button 0-9 led light turn on, enter the save function
menu. OLED screen as follows:
SAVE TO
—>SAVE 1
Button is on can be saved
Button flashes will be overwrite
According to the OLED display information to save operation.
Details please refer to the instructions in the manual: How to Save the
Parameter.
LOAD FUNCTION
Press the LOAD button, button led light turn on, enter the load function
menu. OLED screen as follows:
RECALL SAVE
—>SAVE 1
Button on is ready for recall
Button flashes means just recall
According to the OLED display information to LOAD operation.
Details please refer to the instructions in the manual: How to Load the
Saved Parameter.
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QUICK MENU
SCALE FUNCTION
Press the SCALE button, button led light turn on, enter the SCALE function
menu. OLED screen as follows:
H SIZE
V SIZE
RESET
1920
1080
H SIZE: Width setting.
V SIZE: Height setting.
RESET: Restore the factory Settings.
User can turn the knob or input the number directly to scale the image.
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5. System Setup and Operations
In This Chapter
This chapter provides comprehensive instructions for system setup and
operations. The following topics are discussed:

Interface and Input Signal Option

User Guideline

How to Realize Single Image Switching

How to Set up the PIP

How to Do Customized Output Resolution

How to Scale the Layer Image

How to Crop the Layer Image

How to Set the Position of Layer Image

How to Achieve Split Function

How to Achieve 4K×1K Split

How to Achieve Quick Split

How to Realize the Text Overlay Setting

How to Realize Test Pattern Output and Settings

How to Use Black

How to Save the Parameter

How to Load the Saved Parameter
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Interface and Input Signal Option
Interface and Input Signal Option
VSP 3550 Back Panel :
NO
INTERFACE
NO
INTERFACE
1.3
CVBS Input
12
DVI Input
2.4
VGA Input
13
DVI Loop Out
5
SDI Input
14.15
DVI Input (4K×1K)
6
SDI Loop Out
16
DVI Preview Output
7
Push Button Switch
17
VGA Preview Output
8
10/100M Interface
18.19.20.21
DVI Output
9
USB Interface
22
Power Switch
10
RJ11 (RS232) Interface
23
Power Interface
11
HDMI Input
16. DVI output interface default for preview, mainly through the display
preview will output signal, the output signal for DVI video signal.
17. VGA output interface default for preview, mainly through the display
preview will output signal, the output signal for VGA video signal.
18. 19. 20. 21: DVI output, use for split, and connect to the LED screen.
CVBS ( BNC Port ) Can receive standard video signal from players,
cameras etc. Input supported resolution 480i and 576i via BNC. Supported
standards include: PAL, NTSC and SECAM.
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Interface and Input Signal Option
VGA(DB15 Port)Can support HD player, computer, video signal. Through
the DB15 interface input signal.
DVI(DVI-I Port)Computer graphics interface may receive the DVI output
interface can also through the DVI turn HDMI cable to connect the
computer graphics HDMI output or DVD HDMI output.
HDMI(HDMI-A Port)Computer graphics interface may receive the HDMI
output interface can also through the HDMI cable to connect the computer
graphics HDMI output or DVD HDMI output.
3G SDI(BNC Port)Can receive video signal from HD player, and HD
camera, connect interface 20 via 75 ohms BNC port. Connect LED screens
via network cable.
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User Guideline
User Guideline
Inputs cable, outputs cable, control cable, power cable were connected to
interface finish turn on the power switch, user guideline :
The fist step set up OLED display language.
The second step set up output format.
The third step set up input source.
The fourth step up save.
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How to Realize Single Image Switching
How to Realize Single Image Switching
Boot the system default CV1 to the current input source (key flashes), if
need seamless switching other source such as DVI, direct light touch DVI
key, OLED screen display as follows:
INPUT
DVI:
SOURCE
SELECT:
->1920
*
1080
* 60
>DVI
Choose DVI buttons, button lamp CV1 destroy, and DVI key light and
flashes, can realize single image of input signal source switching (input
signal source by original CV1 switching to DVI).The same method can be
switched CV2, VGA1, VGA2, DVI,HDMI, SDI.
Note
Seamless switch: means signal switch will not
appear any flash point, black, shaking or delay.
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How to Set up the PIP
How to Set up the PIP
Push the [MENU] button to go into the main menu, and turn the knob to
select <PIP>, show menus as follows:
->PIP
LAYOUT
SELECT
SWAP WINDOW
关
OFF
PIP L+T
IMAE A
OFF
Select <PIP>, push the knob to confirm, turn the knob, and choose ―ON‖,
push the knob to confirm, show menus as follows:
->PIP
LAYOUT
SELECT
SWAP WINDOW
关
ON
PIP L+T
IMAE A
OFF
LAYOUT: There are 7 PIP layouts: PIP L+T, PIP R+T, PIP L+B, PIP R+B,
PBP L+R, PBP T+B, user can choose any one of PIP layouts, the
corresponding results are as follows:
PIP L+T
PBP L+R
PBP T+B
SELECT: Can choose to set the size or position of IMAGE A or IMAGE B
individually.
Note
Function kye
or
, selecting
image A or image B.
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How to Set up the PIP
SWAP IMAGE: It can set PIP to swap exchange, when choose ON, it can
realize the main and sub-picture exchange.
ALPHA: Can set the image display transparency, regulating range between
0~16.
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5. System Setup and Operation
How to Do Customized Output Resolution
How to Do Customized Output Resolution
Push [MENU] button to open the main menu, turn knob and go to
<OUTPUT FORMAT>, push knob and confirm to go into the <OUTPUT
FORMAT> menu, as following:
—>COMMON FORMAT
>>
OTHER FORMAT
CUSTOMIZED
EXTERNAL SYNC.
>>
>>
CUSTOMIZED--Used defined resolution setting.
Push knob and go into <CUSTOMIZED> menu:
CUSTOMIZED
—> 1920×[email protected]
Turn knob on each bit position, and change the value of the bit by the digital
buttons on the front panel. For example, input 1536 as following:
CUSTOMIZED
*1536×
After the digital push knob will add ×, means before × is the horizontal size.
Same operation for vertical size, for example input1536 as following:
CUSTOMIZED
*1536×1536×
After the digital push knob will add ×, means before × is the vertical size.
Same operation by push digital buttons to set the refresh rate. For example
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to input refresh rate 60.
CUSTOMIZED
—> 1536××1536*60
After input all the values, push knob to enable VSP 3550 to output this
resolution. VSP 3550 will take 5~10 seconds to enable this output
resolution.
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5. System Setup and Operations
How to Scale the Layer Image
How to Scale the Layer Image
Firstly, ensure the device is power on and in normal operation.
Operations are as follows:
1. Push any button of OUTPUT DVI1~DVI4 and LAYEY A and B, the
button blinks, and the layer can be edited.
2. Push [SCALE] button, key lights, and start the scale function.
3. Turn the knob, or push the number button to input the number directly,
push the knob to confirm. OLED shows as follows:
—>H SIZE
1024
V SIZE
RESET
768
4. Push [SCALE] button again, key light is off, and exit the scale function.
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How to Crop the Layer Image
How to Crop the Layer Image
Firstly, ensure the device is power on and in normal operation.
Operations are as follows:
1. Push any button of OUTPUT DVI1~DVI4, the button blinks, and the
layer can be edited.
2. Push [CROP] button, key lights, and start the crop function, OLED
shows as follows:
—>CROP WIDTH
CROP HEIGHT
CROP X
CROP Y
RESET
1024
768
0
0
3. Turn the knob, or push the number button to input the number directly,
push the knob to confirm. OLED shows as follows:
4. Push [CROP] button again, key light is off, and exit the crop function.
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5. System Setup and Operations
How to Set the Position of Layer Image
How to Set the Position of Layer Image
Firstly, ensure the device is power on and in normal operation.
Operations are as follows:
1. Push any button of OUTPUT DVI1~DVI4 and LAYEY A and B, the
button blinks, and the layer can be edited.
2. Push [POS] button, key lights, and start the position setting function.
3. Turn the knob, or push the number button to input the number directly,
push the knob to confirm. OLED shows as follows:
—>POS X
0
POS Y
RESET
0
4. Push [POS] button again, key light is off, and exit the position setting
function.
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How to Achieve Split Function
How to Achieve Split Function
Firstly, ensure the device is power on and in normal operation.
Operations are as follows:
1. Push any button in SPLIT part, key lights, and enter the output split
function.
2. VSP 3550 provides 9 kinds of split modes for user, among them, 2 IN
2 OUT, 2 IN 3 OUT and 2 IN 4 OUT can be achieved by button 4K×1K.
Split results are as follows:
Split Mode 1: STRAIGHT
Split Mode 2: HORIZONTAL 1/2
Split Mode 3: VERTICAL 1/2
Split Mode 4: FIELD GLYPH
Split Mode 5: HORIZONTAL 1/4
Split Mode 6: VERTICAL 1/4
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3. Turn the knob, user can select the split mode according to actual
need.
4. Push any button of DVI1, DVI2, DVI3, DVI4 and Layer A and B, select
preset output, key blinks, and it is selected and can be edited.
5. Push [SCALE], [CROP], and [POS] button, key lights, user can set the
size and position of output image. (CROP function is not available for
Layer A and B in V1.0)
6. Turn the knob, or push the number button to input the number directly,
user can set the size and position of output image.
7. Push any rest button of DVI1, DVI2, DVI3, DVI4 and Layer A and B,
Select the output image, repeat step 5 and 6 to set.
Note
When VSP 3550 is in split mode, it only split for
Layer A, and is invalid for other layers.
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How to Achieve 4K×1K Split
How to Achieve 4K×1K Split
Firstly, ensure the device is power on and in normal operation, and input
DVI2 and DVI3.
Operations are as follows:
1. Push button 4K×1K, key lights, and enter the output split function.
2. Button 4K×1K can achieve split modes of 2 IN 2 OUT, 2 IN 3 OUT and
2 IN 4 OUT. Split results are as follows:
Split Mode 1: 2 IN 2 OUT
Split Mode 2: 2 IN 3 OUT
Split Mode 3: 2 IN 4 OUT
4. Turn the knob, user can select the split mode according to actual
need.
5. Push any button of DVI1, DVI2, DVI3, DVI4 and Layer A and B, select
preset output, key blinks, and it is selected and can be edited.
6. Push [SCALE], [CROP], and [POS] button, key lights, user can set the
size and position of output image. (CROP function is not available for
Layer A and B in V1.0)
7. Turn the knob, or push the number button to input the number directly,
user can set the size and position of output image.
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8. Push any rest button of DVI1, DVI2, DVI3, DVI4 and Layer A and B,
Select the output image, repeat step 5 and 6 to set.
Note
When VSP 3550 is in split mode, it only split for
Layer A, and is invalid for other layers.
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How to Achieve Quick Split
How to Achieve Quick Split
Firstly, ensure the device is power on and in normal operation.
Operations are as follows:
There are single device split and multiple split modes, specific
operations are as follows:
1. For multiple split mode, first press MENU button, and choose [OUTPUT
FORMAT] option, rotate the knob, choose ―EXTERNAL SYNC‖.
Note
If choose ―EXTERNAL SYNC‖, the output
resolutions should be the same.
2. Push button 4K×1K or any key in SPLIT part to choose split modes.
3. Rotate the knob, choose ―START X‖ and ―START Y‖ option (The
horizontal starting position and vertical starting position that current
device corresponding screen area in the entire LED display).
4. Rotate the knob again to set ―START X‖ and ―START Y‖.
5. When finish, press 【SAVE】 key to save.
Here we will take field glyph mode with two devices for example:
Total screen width 5128, total screen height 1536, the width of the four
screens are 1440, 1632, 1344, 712, and height is 896, 640, settings are
as follows:
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Field glyph split on left side:
Total screen width is 5128, total screen height is1536, the width of the first
screen is1440, the height of the first screen is 896.
Then Start X is 0, Start Y is 0.
Field glyph split on right side:
Total screen width is 5128, total screen height is1536, the width of the first
screen is1344, the height of the first screen is 896.
Then Start X is1440+1632=3072, and Start Y is 0.
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How to Realize the Text Overlay Setting
How to Realize the Text Overlay Setting
1. Press MENU button, rotate the knob, choose【TEXT OVERLAY】 and
enter【TEXT OVERLAY】, press the knob to confirm.
ADJUST
->TEXT OVERLAY
SYSTEM
LANGUAGE/语言
>>
>>
>>
ENG
2. Rotate the knob, choose TEXT OVERLAY mode, choose ON, TEXT
OVERLAY function open.
*TEXT OVERLAY
PRESET
BLEND MODE
BLEND LEVEL
ON
USER MODE
MODE1
0
3. Press MENU, return to 【TEXT OVERLAY】, rotate the knob, OLED
screen displays menu options, select 13 modes in PRESET, or select
BLEND, which includes two modes:
Mode 1: Graphic content locate at the top and is non-transparent,
background transparency is controlled by double-image transparency;
Mode 2: Graphic content is controlled by double-image transparency,
the background is completely transparent.
Rotate the knob and choose the mode.
4. Press MENU, return to【TEXT OVERLAY】, rotate the knob, choose
ABOVE/BELOW to select the layer position for IMAGE B.
5. Press MENU, return to【TEXT OVERLAY】, rotate the knob, choose
BLEND LEVEL, and set the image display transparency, regulating
range between 0~16.
6. Press MENU, return to【TEXT OVERLAY】, rotate the knob, choose the
color value:
RED: The value range of color RED that to be set, regulating range
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between 0~255.
GREEN: The value range of color GREEN that to be set, regulating
range between 0~255.
BLUE: The value range of color BLUE that to be set, regulating range
between 0~255.
7. At the same time, you can view the effect through the screen, to get a
better setting.
Note: All the above settings are available only for IMAGE B.
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How to Realize Test Pattern Output and Settings
How to Realize Test Pattern Output and
Settings
Test Pattern is used to calibrate the screen or system, especially when
there is not standard input measure instrument.
Push [TP] button, and enter test pattern option, OLED shows as follows:
->MODE
TEST PATTERN
TEST PATTERN
》
Turn the knob and select <TEST PATTERN> option. Push knob and go into
the menu, there are 66 kinds of test pattern option ready. If set the Test
Pattern enable as auto switching mode. VSP 3550 will output all the Test
Pattern one by one, and the interval between each is 1~10S.
MODE
->TEST PATTERN
->TEST PATTERN
AUTO SWITCH
TEST PATTERN
》
1
OFF
User can also turn the knob and select <PURE IMAGE> option. Push knob
and go into the menu, RED color range is from 0~255, GREEN is from
0~255, and BLUE is from 0~255.
MODE
->PURE COLAR
->RED
GREEN
BLUE
VSP 3550
PURE IMAGE
》
255
255
255
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How to Use Black
How to Use Black
Black descriptions:
Black signal realizes one-key-touch to a black screen.
VSP 3550 Black provides effect processing on output, Black use fade in
fade out effect. Operations are as below:
1. Push BLACK button, then output turns to BLACK with fade in fade
out effect.
Shown as below:
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How to Save the Parameter
How to Save the Parameter
Save user mode to the customer for different scene directly call, leave out
the edit operation inconvenience, VSP 3550 provides ten save
preferences.
1. Press [SAVE] button, the light of button 0~9 is on or flash, the button on
can be saved and flash will be overwrite, as shown on OLED menu:
SAVE TO
—>SAVE 1
Button is on can be saved
Button flashes will be overwrite
2. The figure: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0 means SAVE1~10, user can push
any button that is on to save. For example, save to SAVE2, push button
2, the OLED panel will show as follows after finish saving:
SAVE TO
—>SAVE 2 FINISHED!
Button is on can be saved
Button flashes will be overwrite
3. Push [SAVE] button again, button light is off, and exit the SAVE function.
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How to Load the Saved Parameter
How to Load the Saved Parameter
Save user mode to the customer for different scene directly call, leave out
the edit operation inconvenience, VSP 3550 provides ten save
preferences.
1. Push [LOAD] button, the light of button 0~9 is on or flash, the button on
on is ready for recall and flash means just recall, as shown on OLED
menu:
RECALL SAVE
—>SAVE 1
Button on is ready for recall
Button flashes means just recall
2. Push the button on to recall.
3. Push [LOAD] button again, button light is off, and exit the LOAD function.
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6. Common Questions and Solution
In This Chapter
This chapter provides the common questions and solution for the video
processor. The following topics are provided:

No Output in Large Screen

Large Screen Output Flash Point

Large Screen only Display Part of the Image

No Display in the Second Half Part of Large Screen

All Key Lights Light Simultaneously
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No Output in Large Screen
Confirm if there are any input singles
Check whether the input signal is normal, if there is no input signal, check
the front-end signal lines, and please note to do dual display or extended in
computer. User can enter other format signals to view in the same
operating.
Confirm if signal output
Find a belt VGA input (best for DVI) display, connect to the corresponding
output port of processor, check whether the signal is correct on the monitor.
If not display properly, please check whether there is input signal, or if input
wire interface is taken tight, output wire interface is picked up tightly. If
display normally, check if sending card is normally working or need to
replace sending card test.
Large Screen Output Flash Point
Confirm if preview output is normal
Find a belt VGA input (best for DVI) display, connect to the corresponding
output port of processor, check whether the signal is correct on the monitor.
If display normally shows and no flash point, please check whether DVI
outlets put tight or replace to DVI line of sending card. If display flash point,
please judge if input signal, wire, and interface is normal.
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Large Screen only Display Part of the Image
Signal need to scale
Press 【SCALE】button in the processor and knob to adjust the actual
screen size of the screen, combined with button【POSITION】, including "H
SIZE" and "V SIZE", push the knob to confirm.
No Display in the Second Half Part of Large Screen
Resolution is inadequate
Please make sure the points of the screen width and heigh, choose the
resolution to be bigger than screen width by push button [MENU], and
choose [OUTPUT FORMAT] option, push the knob to confirm.
All Key Lights Light Simultaneously
Check if dial switches are normal
Power off, check if two red dial switches near CV are upward. Reboot if
they downward, and reboot. The function of the red dial switched is for
upgrade.
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A. Specification
CVBS Input
Number of Inputs
1
Connector
Standard BNC Socket
Supported Standards
PAL/NTSC
Signal Level
1Vpp±3db
Multiplex
480i,576i
(0.7V Video+0.3v Sync ) 75 ohm
VGA Input
Number of Inputs
1
Connector
Standard DB15 Socket
Supported Standard
VGA-UXGA
Signal Level
R、G、B、Hsync、Vsync:0 to1Vpp±3dB
(0.7V Video+0.3v Sync ) 75
ohm
black level:300mV Sync-tip:0V
Supported Resolution
VGA-UXGA (800*[email protected], 1024*[email protected], 1280*[email protected],
1440*[email protected],1600*[email protected])
DVI Input
Number of Inputs
1
Connector
Standard DVI-I socket
Supported Resolution
SMPTE:625/25/50 PAL, 525/29.97/59.94 NTSC,
1080P50,1080P59.94/60,1080i50,1080i59.94/60,
720p50,720p59.94/60
VESA:800×600×60Hz,1024×768×60Hz,1280×768×60Hz,
1280×1024×60Hz,1600×1200×60Hz,1920×1080×60Hz
Signal Level
TMDS pwl,single pixel input,165MHz bandwidth
Format Standard
HDMI 1.3
DVI Loop Output
Number of Inputs
1
Connector
Standard DVI-I socket
Supported Resolution
SMPTE:625/25/50 PAL, 525/29.97/59.94 NTSC,
1080P50,1080P59.94/60,1080i50,1080i59.94/60,
720p50,720p59.94/60
VESA:800×600×60Hz,1024×768×60Hz,1280×768×60Hz,
1280×1024×60Hz,1600×1200×60Hz,1920×1080×60Hz
Signal Level
TMDS pwl,single pixel input,165MHz bandwidth
Format Standard
HDMI 1.3
HDMI Input
Number of Inputs
1
Connector
Standard HDMI-A socket
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Supported Resolution
SMPTE:625/25/50 PAL, 525/29.97/59.94 NTSC,
1080P50,1080P59.94/60,1080i50,1080i59.94/60,
720p50,720p59.94/60
VESA:800×600×60Hz,1024×768×60Hz,1280×768×60Hz,
1280×1024×60Hz,1600×1200×60Hz,1920×1080×60Hz
Signal Level
TMDS pwl,single pixel input,165MHz bandwidth
Format Standard
HDMI 1.3
CVBS Input(CV module)
Number of Inputs
1
Connector
Standard BNC Socket
Supported Standards
PAL/NTSC
Signal Level
1Vpp±3db
Multiplex
480i,576i
(0.7V Video+0.3v Sync ) 75 ohm
VGA Input(CV module)
Number of Inputs
1
Connector
Standard DB15 Socket
Supported Standard
VGA-UXGA
Signal Level
R、G、B、Hsync、Vsync:0 to1Vpp±3dB
(0.7V Video+0.3v Sync ) 75
ohm
black level:300mV Sync-tip:0V
Supported Resolution
VGA-UXGA (800*[email protected], 1024*[email protected], 1280*[email protected],
1440*[email protected],1600*[email protected])
SDI Input(3G module)
Number of Inputs
1
Connector
Standard BNC Socket
Transmission speed
19.4Mbps~3Gbps
ITU-R BT.656,ITU-R BT.601,SMPTE 259M, SMPTE 292, SMPTE
Supported Standard
297
Belden
Balance
1694A
100m
self-adaptive
3G,200m
self-adaptive
1.485G,350m self-adaptive 270Mbps
Signal Level
TMDS pwl , 165MHz bandwidth
SDI Loop-through (3G module)
Number
of
1
Loop-through
Connector
Standard BNC Socket
Signal Level
800mV±10%
Supported Resolution
SMPTE : 625/25 PAL, 525/29.97 NTSC,625/50p PAL,525/59.94p
NTSC,
720p50,720p59.94/60,1080i50,1080i59.94/60,1080p50,1080p59.94/
60,
Driver
Belden 1694A 150mself-adaptive 3G, 200m selt-adptive 1.485G,
350m selt-adaptive SD 270Mbps
DVI Input(4K×1K)
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Number of Inputs
2
Connector
Standard DVI-I socket
Supported Resolution
SMPTE:625/25/50 PAL, 525/29.97/59.94 NTSC,
1080P50,1080P59.94/60,1080i50,1080i59.94/60,
720p50,720p59.94/60
VESA:800×600×60Hz,1024×768×60Hz,1280×768×60Hz,
1280×1024×60Hz,1600×1200×60Hz,1920×1080×60Hz
Signal Level
TMDS pwl,single pixel input,165MHz bandwidth
Format Standard
HDMI 1.3
Preview Output
VGA Output
Number of Outputs
1
Connector
Standard DB15 Socket
Supported Resolution
VESA
:
800×600×60Hz,1024×768×60Hz,1024×768×75Hz ,1280×768×60Hz,
1280×1024×60Hz,1440×900×60Hz,1400×1200×60Hz,1600×1200×6
0Hz,1920×1080×60Hz,1920×1200×60Hz,2048×1152×60Hz
Signal Level
R、G、B、Hsync、Vsync:0 to1Vpp±3dB
(0.7V Video+0.3v Sync ) 75
ohm
black level:300mV Sync-tip:0V
DVI Output
Number of Outputs
1
Connector
Standard DVI-I Socket
Signal Level
TMDS pw, 165MHz bandwidth
Supported Resolution
VESA:
800×600×60Hz,1024×768×60Hz,1024×768×75Hz ,1280×768×60Hz,
1280×1024×60Hz,1440×900×60Hz,1400×1200×60Hz,1600×1200×6
0Hz,1920×1080×60Hz,1920×1200×60Hz,2048×1152×60Hz
Split Output
DVI Output
Number of Outputs
4
Connector
Standard DVI-I Socket
Signal Level
TMDS pw, 165MHz bandwidth
Supported Resolution
VESA:
800×600×60Hz,1024×768×60Hz,1024×768×75Hz ,1280×768×60Hz,
1280×1024×60Hz,1440×900×60Hz,1400×1200×60Hz,1600×1200×6
0Hz,1920×1080×60Hz,1920×1200×60Hz,2048×1152×60Hz
Function
Input channel
Support each input channel signal programming configuration
configuration
PIP
Support PIP、PBP for any two inputs
Transition effects
Fade in and fade out switching between any two inputs
Extras
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Communication
Front Panel Operation
Power Supply
85-264V IEC-3
Working Environment
0°C~45°C
Stored Environment
10% to 90%
Product Warranty
3 years parts and labor warranty
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B. Contact Information
Warranty:
All video products are designed and tested to the highest quality standard
and backed by full 3 years parts and labor warranty. Warranties are
effective upon delivery date to customer and are non-transferable. RGBlink
warranties are only valid to the original purchase/owner. Warranty related
repairs include parts and labor, but do not include faults resulting from user
negligence, special modification, lighting strikes, abuse(drop/crush), and/or
other unusual damages.
The customer shall pay shipping charges when unit is returned for repair.
Headquarter: S603~604 Weiye Building Torch Hi-Tech Industrial
Development Zone Xiamen, Fujian Province, P.R.C
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Tel: +86-592-5771197
Fax: +86-592-5771202
Customer Hotline: 4008-592-315
Websites:
~ http://www.rgblink.com
~ http://www.rgblink.cn
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E-mail: [email protected]
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