WARNING To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only. Caution When using a LAN cable: For safety, do not connect to a connector for peripheral device wiring that might have excessive voltage.
Table of Contents Features ...4 Names and Functions of Parts...5 Front Panel... 5 Rear Panel... 6 System Configuration ...8 Installation ... 9 Setup ...9 Preparation... 9 Opening the Setup Pages ... 9 Selecting a Language... 10 System Setup ... 10 User Setup...
Features The NSP-1 Network Player plays back (decodes) video/ audio data in MPEG format, outputting an analog signal. It is the ideal digital content player for advertising, presentations, training, and other situations. The following are the principal features of this system.
Names and Functions of Parts Front Panel a PC card Use only the supported PC card. For detailed information on the supported PC card, consult your nearest Sony dealer. Note At the factory, a dummy card has been inserted. When you use a real PC card, remove the dummy PC card.
Rear Panel qd USB connectors (network) connector (RJ-45 modular jack) This is a 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX connector for network (Ethernet) connection. Caution When using a LAN cable: For safety, do not connect the unit to a connector for peripheral device wiring that might have excessive voltage.
h DC IN 13.5V connector/Metal cable retainer Connect the DC cable of the supplied AC adapter to this connector. After connecting the DC cable, it is recommended that you attach the supplied metal cable retainer to prevent the DC cable from being accidentally disconnected. After connecting the DC cable, attach the supplied metal cable retainer.
System Configuration The following diagram shows an example of a typical system configuration. VTR/tuner Audio output Video output connector connectors VIDEO IN connector AUDIO IN L connector AUDIO IN R connector Network Analog RGB connector connector System Configuration Speaker RS-232C AUDIO OUT R connector AUDIO OUT L connector (SERIAL) connector...
Installation This unit is designed to be operated in either a horizontal or vertical position. If you wish to install this unit vertically, use the supplied stand and mount this unit on the stand as illustrated. If this unit is mounted in the wrong direction, it is likely to malfunction.
Click the “System Settings” button. The System Settings page opens. Setting/changing the system date and time Enter the date (year/month/day) and time (hours/ minutes) in the “NSP-1 Current Date & Time Setting” column. Enter the time zone. Enter the time difference from UTC.
The name set here is used for entries made in the log. This is useful when multiple NPS-1s are managed. Click the “Send” button. The settings made on this page are sent to the NSP-1. To resume the setup operation, go to another page without carrying out step 9.
This unit is turned off and then on again. The settings made are now valid. Making Account Settings To access the Web page of the NSP-1, it is necessary to enter a user name and password. The Account Settings page allows you to change the passwords.
Enter the same password as the one entered in step 1. Click the “Send” button. The password for the Admin Account is changed. Setting/changing a password for a public user account This is the password for a user who accesses this unit from the application software.
Unit The Status page allows you to confirm the following information about the unit. About NSP-1: Model Name, Serial No., and the capacity of the Hard disk are displayed. Current status of the NSP-1: Temperatures of the unit, fan, and hard disk are displayed. When an error occurs, the error number is displayed.
Downloading Sample Material Sample material which can be played back using this unit is saved on the hard disk of this unit. You can use this sample material to create a playback program using the BZNP-D1 software and this downloaded sample material. Click the “Download”...
Input/output connectors Video input/output Analog RGB OUT HD D-sub 15-pin (female) (1) Switchable among VGA (640 × 480), SVGA (800 × 600), XGA (1024 × 768) and WVGA (848 × 480) VIDEO IN Pin jack (1), composite signal, 1 Vp-p, input impedance 75 Ω, unbalanced, sync negative VIDEO OUT Pin jack (1), composite signal, 1 Vp-p, load...