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Liquid Crystal Video Monitor
POWER INPUT MENU HD ZOOM BLUE FUNCTION
PEAK/PHASE CHROMA BRIGHT CONTRAST
Before attempting to connect, operate or adjust this product, please read these instructions completely.
For your safety WARNING: CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR SHOCK TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS HAZARD AND ANNOYING INTERFERENCE, EQUIPMENT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE AND USE THE RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES KEEP THIS EQUIPMENT AWAY FROM ALL ONLY. LIQUIDS—USE AND STORE ONLY IN LOCATIONS WHICH ARE NOT EXPOSED TO THE RISK OF DRIPPING OR SPLASHING CAUTION: LIQUIDS, AND DO NOT PLACE ANY LIQUID OKeep the temperature inside the rack to CONTAINERS ON TOP OF THE EQUIPMENT. betwe
Contents Precautions for use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Menu operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 User data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Parts and their functions . . . . . . . . . . . 5 MAIN MENU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Relocating the main controls . . . . . . . 8 REMOTE specifications . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Supplying the power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Error and warning dis
Introduction Designed for use in broadcasting and commercial applications, the model BT-LH900E is a slim-line and lightweight liquid crystal video monitor with an 8.4-type liquid crystal screen. For use, secure it in place by, for instance, installing it in a rack by using the optional rack-mounting adapters BT-MA900G or mounting it on a tripod. (For details, refer to the instructions in the operation guide of the BT-MA900G.) ∫ Slim design, light weight, compact size, low ∫ Functions power cons
Parts and their functions 1 3 HD ZOOM/X X button This button is used to move the cursor or change settings while a menu is displayed. If there is no menu display, it turns the HD ZOOM function ON or OFF. When the button is pressed, both the left and right sides of the images with a 16:9 aspect ratio produced by HD signals are cut off, and images with a 4:3 aspect ratio are displayed on the entire screen. When it is pressed, the original images are restored. The HD zoom function does not work w
Parts and their functions 5 FUNCTION/ENTER button This button is used to enter changes or settings while 1 2 3 4 a menu is displayed. If there is no menu display, the button’s function changes depending on which FUNCTION item on the PEAK/PHASE CHROMA BRIGHT CONTRAST menu is selected. One of the following three items can be selected. (Refer to page 19) UNDEF: No function is allocated to this item. 4 Image controls HV DELAY: Image blanking is displayed. Each time These controls are used to adju
Parts and their functions @ 5 7 6 Y/G VIDEO IN : OUT PB/B ; SDI 1 PR/R IN SYNC SDI 2 IN < SWITCHED CONTROL OUT = POWER GPI > DC IN RS-232C ? @ A 8 9 5 = Battery holder SDI output connector This holder is used with a battery made by Anton Bauer. The SDI signals are output from this connector. It is the switched output of the < SDI input connectors. The signals displayed on the screen, whether they are 6 Analogue component/RGBS connectors the ones supplied to the SDI 1 connector or SDI 2 These ar
Relocating the main controls The main controls can be relocated to the bottom surface or right panel of the monitor depending on such factors as where and how the monitor will be used.
Supplying the power An Anton Bauer, V-mount or other such type of battery pack or an AC power source can be used to power this monitor. Using the Anton Bauer battery Using a V-mount battery pack pack Install the Anton Bauer type of battery pack. Remove the battery holder. 1 1 Battery pack Battery holder Install the accessory metal battery mount. Insert the battery pack and slide it in the direction of the 2 2 arrow. Metal battery mount Release lever Secure the V-mount adapter using the four scre
Supplying the power Set the unit’s power switch to ON. Using an AC power supply 3 When using an external power supply other than the AJ-B75 AC adapter, check the pin signals of its external Connect the DC OUT connector on the AJ-B75 AC 1 DC input connector and use the polarities correctly. adapter to the DC IN socket on the unit. Pin no. Signal 1 GND 4 1 2, 3 – 2 3 DC IN socket 4+12V External DC input socket
How to use the on-screen menus Four kinds of information—menus, status displays, image control settings and battery voltage—can be displayed on the screen. Menu display This display appears when the MENU/EXIT button is pressed. If no further action is taken for the next 120 [MAIN MENU] seconds, the display will be automatically cleared. 1 MARKER 4 The position where the display appears on the screen can VIDEO CONFIG 4 SYSTEM CONFIG 4 be changed using the m
How to use the on-screen menus Image control display The image control information is displayed when an image has been adjusted using the image controls. (Refer to page 6) It appears when a control has been pressed in so that it has popped out or when an adjustment is made by turning an already popped out control. [CONTRAST] 50 It is cleared when a control is pressed again and returned to its original position. It is also cleared when a popped out control is not touched for 10 seconds.
Menu operations Use the HD ZOOM/X button and BLUE/W button to Menu operations 4 change the setting, and press the FUNCTION/ENTER button to enter the change. When the MENU/EXIT button is pressed, the main 1 Alternatively, the change will be cancelled when the menu appears on the screen. MENU/EXIT button is pressed instead. Displayed in green. [MARKER] 1 MARKER SELECT GPI MARKER 16:9 OFF MARKER 4:3 OFF MARKER BACK NORMAL CENTER MARKER OFF GPI PRESET1
User data This monitor enables the menu settings and screen values which have been adjusted by the image controls to be saved in five user data files which can then be loaded as required. The following data can be saved and loaded as user data files: ≥ All menu settings (including the function settings of the buttons at the front of the monitor) with the exception of USER MODE LOAD/SAVE ≥ Screen values which have been adjusted by the image controls Saving the user data Loading the user data When
MAIN MENU Menu configuration MAIN MARKER SELECT MARKER MARKER 16:9 MARKER 4:3 GAMMA SELECT MARKER BACK VIDEO CONFIG COLOR TEMP. CENTER MARKER SHARPNESS MODE GPI PRESET1 SHARPNESS H GPI PRESET2 SHARPNESS V I-P MODE MONO SD ASPECT BACKLIGHT SYSTEM CONFIG FUNCTION WFM BATTERY REMAIN HD ZOOM OSD CONFIG STATUS DISPLAY PEAKING/PHASE CRCC MESSAGE USER MODE LOAD MENU POSITION USER MODE SAVE STATUS POSITION ROTARY POSITION GPI1 GPI GPI2 GPI3 SDI1
MAIN MENU Menu items MARKER Item Setting Description Item Setting Description MARKER SELECT MENU For setting whether the marker display GPI PRESET1 4:3 For setting the markers to be displayed if, GPI settings are to be performed using the 13:9 when MARKER1 ON/OFF has been menu or from the GPI connector. 14:9 allocated to any item and GPI has been MENU:The operations are performed using 95% selected as the MARKER SELECT item the menu. Operations from the GPI 93% setting on the GPI screen, the co
MAIN MENU Types of markers 16:9 markers 4:3 markers (These appear when HD signals or when SD (These appear when SD signals with a 4:3 signals with a 16:9 aspect ratio are supplied.) aspect ratio are supplied.) 4:3 markers 13:9 markers 95% area markers 93% area markers 14:9 markers 88% area markers 80% area markers Markers are displayed only in the form of vertical lines. Dotted lines are displayed as the markers. The shaded areas indicate what is set by the MARKER BACK item. Centre marker This a
MAIN MENU VIDEO CONFIG Item Setting Description Item Setting Description GAMMA SELECT GPI For setting the gamma mode. I-P MODE MODE2 For switching the IP conversion mode. NORMAL GPI: This is the GPI setting. For MODE1 MODE2: Movement compensation mode FILM details, refer to “REMOTE MODE1: Normal mode specifications” (page 22).
MAIN MENU SYSTEM CONFIG OSD CONFIG Item Setting Description Item Setting Description BACKLIGHT 0 For adjusting the backlight brightness to a BATTERY REMAIN OFF For selecting whether to display the : level from 0 to 60. The higher the setting, ON remaining battery charge. 60 the brighter the backlight. OFF: The remaining charge is not displayed. ON: The remaining charge is displayed. FUNCTION WFM For setting the function to be allocated to STATUS DISPLAY CONTINUE For setting how long the status
MAIN MENU INPUT SELECT Item Setting Description Item Setting Description 1 1 SDI1 * OFF For setting whether the SDI 1 signals can SDI2 * OFF For setting whether the SDI 2 signals can ON be selected when the channels are to be ON be selected when the channels are to be switched using the INPUT button. switched using the INPUT button. OFF: The SDI 1 signals cannot be selected. OFF: The SDI 2 signals cannot be selected. ON: The SDI 1 signals can be selected. ON: The SDI 2 signals can be selected. F
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