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    a`pJOMM rëÉêÛë=dìáÇÉ • Manual #: 26-0604010-00 • Revision: 00...

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    30 days after the transfer of risks. In the event of justified notice of compliant, Barco 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.

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    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 Barco either.

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    léÉê~íçêë=p~ÑÉíó=pìãã~êó The general safety information in this summary is for operating personnel. aç=kçí=oÉãçîÉ=`çîÉêë=çê=m~åÉäë 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.

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    bèìáéãÉåí=j~êâáåÖ=~åÇ=p~ÑÉíó=qÉêãë= t^okfkd Highlights an operating procedure, practice, condition, statement, etc., which, if not strictly observed, could result in injury to or death of personnel. Note Highlights an essential operating procedure, condition or statement. `^rqflk 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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    `Ü~åÖÉ=eáëíçêó The table below lists the changes to the DCS-200 User’s Guide. Table 0-1. Change History Date ECP # Description Approved By May 30, 2008 558656 DCS-200 User’s Guide R. Pellicano DCS-200 • User’s Guide...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    q~ÄäÉ=çÑ=`çåíÉåíë `Ü~éíÉê=N fåíêçÇìÅíáçå =K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=NP In This Chapter ..........13 Chapter Structure .

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    Table of Contents Quick Setup and Operations ........36 Menu Tree .

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    Table of Contents File Association Menu ......79 Temperature ........80 Diagnostics .

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    Table of Contents Troubleshooting Ethernet Communication ....113 ^ééÉåÇáñ=^= péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåëK=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=KNNR In This Appendix..........115 Input Specifications .

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    Table of Contents ICNT ......... . 139 ICPHO .

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    Table of Contents LINT......... . . 153 LOCKOUT .

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    Appendix A, “Specifications” on page 115 lists the DCS-200’s specifications. • Appendix B, “Remote Control” on page 127 provides information regarding remote control protocol. • Appendix C, “Contact Information” on page 159 lists important Barco contact, RMA, warranty and technical support details. DCS-200 • User’s Guide...

  • Page 14: How To Use This Guide, Conventions

    NK==fåíêçÇìÅíáçå How to Use This Guide eçï=íç=rëÉ=qÜáë=dìáÇÉ This section provides important tips for streamlining your use of this User’s Guide in its electronic “PDF” form. k~îáÖ~íáåÖ 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: •...

  • Page 15: About The Dcs-200, Overview, Features, A Word About Hdcp

    NK==fåíêçÇìÅíáçå About the DCS-200 ^Äçìí=íÜÉ=a`pJOMM The following topics are discussed in this section: • Overview • Features • A Word About HDCP lîÉêîáÉï DCS-200 is a high-quality dual-channel presentation switcher designed to provide true seamless switching between various input sources. The DCS-200 offers all the features of the DCS-100, and adds a scaled Preview mode that supports sizing and adjusting input layers before taking them to Program.

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    NK==fåíêçÇìÅíáçå About the DCS-200 going out, and all analog outputs, plus the freeze and LOGO store functions are disabled when the DCS-200 processes HDCP content. Refer to the “A Word About HDCP” section on page 17 for more details. 1080i RGB input is supported on the DVI digital input. •...

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    NK==fåíêçÇìÅíáçå About the DCS-200 ^=tçêÇ=^Äçìí=ea`m HDCP stands for High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection, an industry-wide copy protection scheme that is used to prevent the potential interception of digital data between the source (e.g., a Blu-Ray player) and the target display (e.g., an HDCP compliant display ®...

  • Page 18: Connectivity Diagram, Application Questions

    Section” heading on page 22 for details on all inputs. ^ééäáÅ~íáçå=nìÉëíáçåë At Barco, we take pride in offering unique solutions to demanding technical problems. If you have application questions, require further information or would like to discuss your application requirements in more detail, please call (866) 469-8036. Our Customer Support Engineers will be happy to supply you with the support you need.

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    OK==e~êÇï~êÉ=lêáÉåí~íáçå få=qÜáë=`Ü~éíÉê This chapter provides detailed diagrams of the DCS-200’s front and rear panels, along with comprehensive explanations of each. The following topics are discussed: • DCS-200 Front Panel • DCS-200 Rear Panel DCS-200 • User’s Guide...

  • Page 20: Dcs-200 Front Panel

    2. Hardware Orientation DCS-200 Front Panel a`pJOMM=cêçåí=m~åÉä The figure below illustrates the DCS-200 front panel: Inputs DCS-200 P R O G R A M : R G B S E L S D I L O G O 1 0 2 4 x 7 6 8 @ 5 9 . 9 4 N E X T : S D I N T S C ( 4 8 0 i )

  • Page 21: Display Section

    2. Hardware Orientation DCS-200 Front Panel aáëéä~ó=pÉÅíáçå The figure below illustrates the Display Section: PROGRAM: 1024x768 @59.94 NEXT: NTSC (480i) Adjust Figure 2-2. Display Section with sample Status Menu Descriptions of each button and control are provided below: • The Menu Display is a 4-line x 20-character Vacuum Fluorescent Display (VFD) that shows all DCS-200 menus and sub-menus.

  • Page 22: Inputs Section

    2. Hardware Orientation DCS-200 Front Panel • ESC — press to exit a menu without making changes, cancel an operation, to answer “No” to certain menu queries, and to return to the top Status Menu. Each press takes you back up the menu tree by one level. fåéìíë=pÉÅíáçå...

  • Page 23: Effects Section

    2. Hardware Orientation DCS-200 Front Panel • The SDI button selects the SD-SDI or HD-SDI input source. • The LOGO button selects the stored “full screen” LOGO image for the next transition. If no image is stored, the transition will be to Black. Use the menu to LOGO select one of three stored LOGOs for use.

  • Page 24: Take

    2. Hardware Orientation DCS-200 Front Panel If “Black Auto Take” is On: • Press BLACK to immediately transition to/from black. – If the transition is “to” black, the button blinks fast during the transition, then lights solid when black is on Program.

  • Page 25: Dcs-200 Rear Panel

    2. Hardware Orientation DCS-200 Rear Panel a`pJOMM=oÉ~ê=m~åÉä The figure below illustrates the DCS-200 rear panel: Model DCS-200 PREVIEW OUTPUTS 100 - 240 VAC 50 – 60 Hz, 1.9A VIDEO INPUTS MAIN OUTPUTS Input 1 Input 3 Input 5 SERIAL ETHERNET HD/SD SDI Input 2 Input 4...

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    2. Hardware Orientation DCS-200 Rear Panel HD/SD SDI Input One BNC connector is provided for the SD-SDI or HD-SDI input. Main Outputs Two connectors are provided for the DCS-200’s main program outputs. Both outputs have the same resolution, and both can be used simultaneously. One DVI-I connector is provided for the system’s digital program output.

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    PK==fåëí~ää~íáçå få=qÜáë=`Ü~éíÉê This chapter provides detailed instructions for installing the DCS-200 hardware. The following topics are discussed: • Safety Precautions • Unpacking and Inspection • Site Preparation • Cable and Adapter Information • Rack-Mount Installation • Power Installation • Signal Installation •...

  • Page 28: Safety Precautions

    As you open the box, compare its contents against the packing slip. If you find any shortages, contact your Barco sales representative. Once you have removed all the components from their packaging and checked that all the listed components are present, visually inspect each unit to ensure there was no damage during shipping.

  • Page 29: Rack-mount Installation

    3. Installation Rack-Mount Installation o~ÅâJjçìåí=fåëí~ää~íáçå DCS-200 units are designed to be rack mounted and are supplied with front rack-mount hardware. Please note the following important points: • When rack mounting the unit, remember that the maximum ambient operating temperature for the unit is 40 degrees C. •...

  • Page 30: Power Installation

    3. Installation Power Installation mçïÉê=`çêÇLiáåÉ=sçäí~ÖÉ=pÉäÉÅíáçå DCS-200 is rated to operate with the following specifications: • Input Power: 100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz • Power Consumption: 240 watts maximum DCS-200 performs line voltage selection automatically, and no user controls are required. The AC power cords must be accessible so that they can be removed during field servicing. Warning When the DCS-200 is used in the 230-volt mode, a UL listed line cord rated for 250 volts at 15 amps must be used and...

  • Page 31: Signal Installation

    3. Installation Signal Installation páÖå~ä=fåëí~ää~íáçå The figure below illustrates a sample DCS-200 system. Use this figure for reference during the signal installation process. Sample Source Input Devices Program Preview DCS-200 Inputs 1 - 6 (Analog) Inputs 7 - 8 (DVI) Program Input 9 (HD/SD SDI) Serial...

  • Page 32: Format Connection Table

    Comp Sync Separate H V (Lum) (Lum) (Chrom) H Sync V Sync Please contact Barco Technical Support for information on obtaining breakout cables. In Appendix C, refer to the “Contact Information” section on page 160 for details. DCS-200 • User’s Guide...

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    QK==léÉê~íáçå få=qÜáë=`Ü~éíÉê This chapter provides comprehensive menu descriptions and detailed operating instructions for the DCS-200. The following topics are discussed: • Control Overview • Power-Up Initialization • Button States • Quick Setup and Operations • Menu Tree • Using the Menu System •...

  • Page 34: Control Overview

    4. Operation Control Overview `çåíêçä=lîÉêîáÉï There are several ways to control the DCS-200: • The front panel is ideal for all basic operations. Available controls include the Display Section and the buttons in the Inputs Section and the Effects Section. •...

  • Page 35: Button States

    4. Operation Button States D C S - 2 0 0 Ba rco V e r s i o n 1 . 0 I n i t i a l i z i n g . . . Figure 4-4. System Initialization Message 4 (sample) The “version”...

  • Page 36: Power-up Initialization, Quick Setup And Operations

    4. Operation Quick Setup and Operations nìáÅâ=pÉíìé=~åÇ=léÉê~íáçåë For the optimum speed in setting up and operating your system, use the following steps. For reference, links are provided to the appropriate sections in this guide. Connect power — Ensure that power is properly connected to the DCS-200. (Chapter 3, “Power Installation,”...

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    4. Operation Quick Setup and Operations 17. Ready to roll — With all output, input and system configurations saved, press the desired input button, and press TAKE. Note For advanced system operations, specific system “tweaks” and operating descriptions on every feature, please start with “Quick Function Reference”...

  • Page 38: Menu Tree

    4. Operation Menu Tree jÉåì=qêÉÉ The figure below illustrates the entire DCS-200 menu tree. Please use this diagram for reference as you learn how to operate the system. Status Menu Setup Menu Trans Time Output Preview Input Key Setup LOGO Setup User Preference System Tech Support...

  • Page 39: Using The Menu System

    4. Operation Using the Menu System rëáåÖ=íÜÉ=jÉåì=póëíÉã This section lists the rules and conventions for using DCS-200’s menu system. For reference, the figure below illustrates the Setup Menu: SE TUP ME NU > T r a ns T i m e Output >>...

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    4. Operation Using the Menu System • The SEL button is also used to answer “Yes” to certain menu queries. The ESC button is also used to answer “No” to certain menu queries. Note The display itself is four lines high, and the ADJUST knob is used to scroll through the various lines.

  • Page 41: Quick Function Reference

    4. Operation Quick Function Reference nìáÅâ=cìåÅíáçå=oÉÑÉêÉåÅÉ Use the following table to quickly access the proper section for a specific function. Both hyperlinks and page numbers are provided. Table 4-1. DCS-200 Quick Function Reference Table How to: Use the Following Section: Page Adjust background color Background...

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    4. Operation Quick Function Reference Table 4-1. DCS-200 Quick Function Reference Table (Continued) How to: Use the Following Section: Page Save output configuration Save Output Config Save system state Save System State Select inputs Input Selection Rules Set Auto Input Config mode Auto Input Config Set Auto Input Save mode Auto Input Save...

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    4. Operation Quick Function Reference Table 4-1. DCS-200 Quick Function Reference Table (Continued) How to: Use the Following Section: Page Use the Key Setup Menu Key Setup Menu Use the LOGO Using the LOGO Use the LOGO Setup Menu LOGO Setup Menu Use the menu system Using the Menu System Use the Output Menu...

  • Page 44: Status Menu

    4. Operation Status Menu pí~íìë=jÉåì The Status Menu is the system’s top level display, which appears by default after the DCS-200 boots up. • To return to the Status Menu from any point within the Setup Menu, press ESC repeatedly. •...

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    4. Operation Status Menu • Next Input Type — indicates the next input type on Program, and (if applicable), the system’s HDCP status. The following labels can appear, depending on the output and HDCP implementation: HDCP HDCP Violation Important If the label “HDCP Violation” appears, an HDCP source is selected, but a non-HDCP compliant device (e.g., an HDCP repeater) has been detected.

  • Page 46: Using The Setup Menu

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu rëáåÖ=íÜÉ=pÉíìé=jÉåì After DCS-200 initialization is complete, the Status Menu appears. This is the system’s top-level menu. Refer to the “Status Menu” section on page 44 for details. To display the Setup Menu from the Status Menu, press SEL. Note When you make changes to input, output and system parameters, your “configuration”...

  • Page 47: Trans Time, Output Menu

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu qê~åë=qáãÉ From the Setup Menu, select Trans Time to change the current transition rate that is used when you mix between inputs, when you transition to/from keys, and when you transition to/from black. Following are two illustrations of the transition interval: •...

  • Page 48: Output Format, Test Pattern

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu Following are descriptions of each Output Menu function: • Output Format • Test Pattern • Sync Setup • Gamma • Save Output Config lìíéìí=cçêã~í From the Output Menu, select the top Output Format line to view or change the current output format.

  • Page 49: Sync Setup, Gamma

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu • Raster Box — This function enables or disables the raster box on the output. When turned ON, the system displays a one-pixel border around the active output area. Note that the raster box includes gaps that enable you to precisely align the input video to fill the output raster.

  • Page 50: Preview Menu

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu Please note the following important points regarding the output configuration file: • When you perform the Save Config function, all configuration parameters from the Output Menu are saved in non-volatile memory. If you do not perform the function, output data will not be restored upon the next system power up.

  • Page 51: Output Src, Output Format (preview), Test Patterns (preview)

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu The following sections provide detailed information about Preview Menu functions: • • Output Src Preview Sync • • Output Format (Preview) Save (Preview) • Test Patterns (Preview) lìíéìí=pêÅ In the Preview Menu, choose Output Src to select the source to be displayed on the preview monitor.

  • Page 52: Preview Sync

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu illustration: Figure 4-19. Different Preview and Program Resolutions qÉëí=m~ííÉêåë=EmêÉîáÉïF In the Preview Menu, the Test Patterns submenu provides the following options: • Mode enables or disables the test pattern generator. The values are and OFF. •...

  • Page 53: Save (preview), Input Menu

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu The selectable values are: • Analog Sync — This field sets the analog output sync polarity. Values: -H-V, -H+V, +H-V, +H+V Default: -H-V • DVI Sync — This field sets the DVI output sync polarity. Values: -H-V, -H+V, +H-V, +H+V Default: +H+V p~îÉ=EmêÉîáÉïF...

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    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu The format of the selected input on Program is shown on the second line. I N P U T 1024x76 8 @59. 94 > A d j u s t O n Pr eview T yp e RGB /H D-Y UV Co lorspace...

  • Page 55: Input Format, Adjust On

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu fåéìí=cçêã~í From the Input Menu, select the top Input Format line to view the “auto-acquired” format for the selected input, or to change the format. The format is shown in the following form: Hact x Vact @ Vr Hz 1024x768@59.94 Please note the following important points: •...

  • Page 56: Type, Colorspace

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu those changes on the Preview source — while the Program source remains unchanged. I N P U T 1024x76 8 @59. 94 > A d j u s t O n Pr eview Figure 4-23. Adjust On Field If both paths are using the same input source, only the selected path is modified.

  • Page 57: Background, Timing Adjust

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu _~ÅâÖêçìåÇ From the Input Menu, select Background to change the system’s background color between “Black” and “Gray.” This is a global setting. When set to Gray, you can clearly see the edges of an input, particularly when the input’s aspect ratio does not match the output’s aspect ratio.

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    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu For information about adjusting these inputs, refer to the “Image Adjust” section on page 60.) Important The Timing Adjust Menu does not appear in the menu tree if the analog input is being undersampled for the following resolutions: •...

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    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu • When sampling is set to OverSample, values represent the oversampling factor being used. For all Horizontal “active area” fields, all units are measured in pixels: • H Total — adjusts the total pixel count per line. This value cannot be adjusted if the input type is DVI / SDI.

  • Page 60: Image Adjust

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu Press TAKE to activate the other scaler. 10. Repeat steps 7 and 8 for the other scaler. 11. Press ESC to return to the Input Menu. 12. Scroll to the Save Config line, and press SEL to save the configuration for the selected input.

  • Page 61: Contrast, Brightness

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu • Select V Size to size both the top and bottom edges simultaneously. Values are in lines. The output “window” is maintained in both size and aspect ratio. Note For both H Size and V Size, the function always cuts into the visible image, equally on both sides, and never exposes video outside the source’s active area.

  • Page 62: Color Balance

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu `çäçê=_~ä~åÅÉ From the Input Menu, select Color Balance to display one of two available Color Balance Menus. The menu that appears depends on the current input’s “type.” Each menu allows you to adjust the input’s color balance parameters. •...

  • Page 63: Processing

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu mêçÅÉëëáåÖ From the Input Menu, select Processing to display the Processing Menu: PR O CE SS I NG > Sync Sel Au to Pulld own Comp O F F S y n c S l i c e ( m V ) Figure 4-29.

  • Page 64: Reset Config, Save Config

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu must match the input’s timing. For example, if the input uses NTSC (720 x 480) timing, that input cannot use a configuration file that uses WXGA (1280 X 768). When you delete user-defined configuration files, those files are no longer available for use by any input.

  • Page 65: Delete Config

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu If you save to another configuration file, the File Association Menu is updated to associate the new file to the current input. For more information about the File Association Menu, refer to the “File Association Menu”...

  • Page 66: Recall Config

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu Use the following procedure to delete a configuration file: From the Input Menu, select Delete Config. The menu shown in the following illustration is displayed: DE LET E C O NF IG > F i l e N u m b e r De lete F i le Figure 4-33.

  • Page 67: Key Setup Menu

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu After you select a file number and choose Recall File, press SEL to initiate the recall or ESC to continue using the current configuration. When you press SEL, if the input timing matches the timing in the recalled input configuration file, the input uses the recalled configuration file immediately.

  • Page 68

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu Following are descriptions of each Key Setup Menu function: • Input Source — This field enables you to select the desired digital key source. Selections: 7, 8 Default: 7 Note This field is bracketed once the key is on Program. •...

  • Page 69: Logo Setup Menu

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu ildl=pÉíìé=jÉåì A logo is a full-screen video source that, when you transition to it, appears on top of all other sources. From the Setup Menu, select LOGO Setup to display the LOGO Setup Menu, which enables you select, save and delete up to three full-screen logos. L O G O S E T U P S e l e c t i o n L O G O 1...

  • Page 70: User Preference, In Auto Acquire

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu rëÉê=mêÉÑÉêÉåÅÉ From the Setup Menu, select User Preference to display the User Preference Menu: US ER P RE FERENCE > I n A u t o A c q u i r e Aut o Inp ut Cfg. O F F Aut o Inp ut Save B l a c k A u t o T a k e...

  • Page 71: Auto Input Config

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu When In Auto Acquire is ON, and the input source is digital, the system uses the following search order: • Saved configuration files defined in the File Association Menu for each input channel • The user’s library of saved files •...

  • Page 72: Auto Input Save, Auto Take, Black Auto Take, Key Auto Take

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu • When ON, the system automatically finds the first and last pixel on each edge of the selected input, and ensures (to the best possible extent) that the entire image is visible. In addition, the system automatically phases the input to determine the correct sampling phase.

  • Page 73: Menu Context, System Menu, Vfd Brightness

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu jÉåì=`çåíÉñí The Menu Context function determines the behavior of certain menus when an Input, LOGO or KEY button is pressed. The following conditions apply: • When ON, regardless of the current menu, the Input Menu, LOGO Menu or Key Menu will automatically be displayed when the associated button is pressed.

  • Page 74: Ethernet

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu • Default: 10 Note It is recommend that you use a low intensity setting to avoid "burn-in" of the display. bíÜÉêåÉí From the System Menu, select Ethernet to display the Ethernet Menu: ET HE RN ET >...

  • Page 75

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu Select Set Static IP to display the Static IP Menu, which enables you to set a static IP address when a DHCP server is not available. The editing procedure is discussed below. ST ATIC IP >...

  • Page 76: Serial Setup

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu In each case, system returns to the root menu. When Ethernet setup is complete, you can communicate with the DCS-200 via the Ethernet port. In Appendix B, refer to the “Remote Commands” section on page 134 for details on communicating with the DCS-200 via Telnet.

  • Page 77: Edid Setup

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu bafa=pÉíìé From the System Menu, select EDID Setup to display the EDID Setup Menu, which enables you to update the preferred EDID (Extended Display Identification Data) resolution for the DCS-200. E D I D S E T U P >...

  • Page 78

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu If the programming is successful, the following message is displayed: E D I D P r o g D o n e Connect DVI inpu ts and reboo t the PC ES C = Con tinue Figure 4-49.

  • Page 79: File Association Menu

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu asf=`~ÄäÉ=bèì~äáò~íáçå From the System Menu, select DVI Cable Equal to display the DVI Cable Equalizer Menu, which enables you to adjust input cable equalization parameters for both DVI inputs simultaneously, or individually for inputs 7 or 8. DV I CAB LE EQUA LIZ ER >...

  • Page 80: Temperature

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu You can view and change the current setting for each input by using the File Association Menu, shown in the following illustration: F i l e A s s o c i a t i o n >...

  • Page 81: Diagnostics, Save System State

    If you suspect a problem with the DCS-200, press SEL to run a series of internal diagnostic tests. The menu will report back “PASS” or “FAIL.” Note If the menu reports “FAIL,” contact Barco Customer Service. In Appendix C, refer to the “Contact Information”...

  • Page 82: Tech Support, Factory Reset

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu • If you do not perform the Save System State function, data will not be restored upon the next system power up sequence. • If you make a change in the System Menu and attempt to exit the menu (by pressing ESC) without saving changes, the system displays the following prompt: S a v e S y s t e m C f g ? <...

  • Page 83: In This Chapter

    4. Operation Using the Setup Menu • Press SEL to reset the system. • Press ESC to cancel the operation, and return to the Setup Menu. The following attributes constitute a “factory default” condition: • Input 1 is on Program. •...

  • Page 84: Using Inputs, Input Selection Rules

    4. Operation Using Inputs rëáåÖ=fåéìíë This section provides background information and instructions for using inputs. The following topics are discussed: • Input Selection Rules • Flip-flop Mode • Understanding Auto Acquire • Using HDCP fåéìí=pÉäÉÅíáçå=oìäÉë To transition an input to Program: Select the desired input in the Inputs Section.

  • Page 85: Flip-flop Mode

    4. Operation Using Inputs • For information about using the system in conjunction with HDCP inputs, refer to “Using HDCP” section on page 86. cäáéJÑäçé=jçÇÉ Whenever you press TAKE to mix between inputs (including the LOGO), the DCS-200 automatically flip-flops inputs. Two actions occur when TAKE is pressed: •...

  • Page 86

    4. Operation Using Inputs råÇÉêëí~åÇáåÖ=^ìíç=^ÅèìáêÉ Please note the following important points regarding the In Auto Acquire mode: • If In Auto Acquire is and a valid input is selected that does not have a saved Input Config File associated with it, the system attempts to acquire the source and save an Input Config file.

  • Page 87

    4. Operation Using Inputs • When the input signal is an HDCP source on DVI inputs 7 or 8 and a valid HDCP monitor is connected, the following actions occur: The DCS-200’s analog output is disabled. You cannot store a LOGO from a “protected” source. However, “unprotected”...

  • Page 88: Using The Logo

    4. Operation Using the LOGO rëáåÖ=íÜÉ=ildl A logo is a full-screen video source which, when transitioned to Program, appears on top of all other sources. The DCS-200 can store up to three logos in non-volatile memory. The DCS-200 enables you to transition to or from a full-screen logo, in the same way that you transition to or from video inputs.

  • Page 89

    4. Operation Using the LOGO • When you first start up a DCS-200 that has stored logos, a message like the one in the following illustration appears during initialization: LOGO1 loading. .. Figure 4-65. LOGO Initialization Message (sample) Ensure that you are familiar with the LOGO Setup Menu. Refer to the “LOGO Setup Menu”...

  • Page 90

    4. Operation Using the LOGO qê~åëáíáçåáåÖ=íç=~=içÖç To transition from the source on Program to a saved logo: With an output source on Program, press the LOGO button. Please note: If Menu Context is (in the User Preference Menu), the LOGO Setup Menu automatically appears when the LOGO button is pressed.

  • Page 91

    4. Operation Using the LOGO Scroll to DELETE LOGO and press SEL. A message like the one in the following illustration appears: Permanen tly De lete L O G O 2 ? <SEL >=YES <ESC>= NO Figure 4-69. Delete LOGO Message (sample) Press SEL to delete the logo, or ESC to continue without deleting.

  • Page 92: Using Freeze

    4. Operation Using Freeze rëáåÖ=cêÉÉòÉ You can use the FRZ (Freeze) button to create a still image from a video image, typically for use as a full-screen logo. Use the following steps to freeze and un-freeze an input: Select the desired input and transition it to program with a TAKE. Press FRZ to immediately freeze the source.

  • Page 93: Using Black, Black Auto Take Off, Black Auto Take On

    4. Operation Using Black rëáåÖ=_ä~Åâ The BLACK button is used to transition the system’s output to/from black, no matter what combination of sources are currently on Program. For example: BLACK • If a single source is on Program (e.g., Input 1), the system will mix to black at the current transition rate.

  • Page 94

    4. Operation Using Black _ä~Åâ=^ìíç=q~âÉ=lå= When the “Black Auto Take” function is in the User Preference Menu, you do not need to press TAKE to perform a transition to/from black. The transition occurs immediately, once BLACK is pressed. Use the following steps to transition to/from black, when Black Auto Take is ON: Press BLACK.

  • Page 95: Using Keys, Introduction To Keying, Performing A Key

    4. Operation Using Keys rëáåÖ=hÉóë The following topics are discussed in this section: • Introduction to Keying • Performing a Key • Key Transition Combinations fåíêçÇìÅíáçå=íç=hÉóáåÖ A key is a video effect in which one video source cuts into a background image. The DCS-200 enables you to perform a key over any selected source, using either DVI input 7 or 8 as the key source.

  • Page 96: Key Auto Take Off, Key Auto Take On

    4. Operation Using Keys If the key source resolution is greater than the output resolution, the DCS-200 only displays an area equal to the output resolution. This area can be positioned using the H Offset and V Offset fields on the Key Setup Menu.

  • Page 97: Key Transition Combinations

    4. Operation Using Keys hÉó=^ìíç=q~âÉ=lå When the “Key Auto Take” function is in the User Preference Menu, you do not need to press TAKE to perform a key transition. The transition occurs immediately, once the KEY button is pressed. In addition, if a source is pending, it remains pending after the transition.

  • Page 98: Mix Key Down, Mix Source Plus Key Up

    4. Operation Using Keys jáñ=hÉó=ré Use the following steps to mix a key up, over a selected source: Initial system state: Key is Program Key Auto Take: Source 1 Video Key Source Black Trans Time Figure 4-70. Mix Key Up Select the desired “background”...

  • Page 99: Mix Source Plus Key Down

    4. Operation Using Keys jáñ=pçìêÅÉ=éäìë=hÉó=açïå Use the following steps to transition to a new source, and mix a key down: Initial system state: Key is Program Key Auto Take: Source 2 Source 1 Video Key Source Black Trans Time Figure 4-73. Mix Source plus Key Down Select the source that you want to be the next background.

  • Page 100

    4. Operation Using Keys c~ÇÉ=íç=_ä~Åâ=Ñêçã=pçìêÅÉ=éäìë=hÉó Use the following step to fade both the source and a key to black: Initial system state: Key is Program Key Auto Take: Black Auto Take: Video Source 1 Key Source Black Trans Time Figure 4-75. Transition Source plus Key to Black Press BLACK to transition both the key and the source to black.

  • Page 101: Understanding Front-panel Lockout, Full Lockout Mode, Executive Lockout Mode

    4. Operation Understanding Front-Panel Lockout råÇÉêëí~åÇáåÖ=cêçåíJm~åÉä=içÅâçìí The DCS-200 includes two front-panel lockout modes: • Full lockout mode, which locks the front panel from all source selections • Executive mode, which locks all front panel selections except the nine input buttons (1 through 8 and SDI) and LOGO. In executive mode, the user can transition from one input source to another without pressing TAKE.

  • Page 102

    4. Operation Understanding Front-Panel Lockout Use the following steps to enable and disable executive lockout mode: From the Setup Menu, choose the System Menu. Select Executive Mode. The following submenu appears: EX ECUT IVE MODE < S E L > = E n a b l e <ESC>...

  • Page 103

    RK==drf=léÉê~íáçåë få=qÜáë=`Ü~éíÉê This chapter provides connection, launch and operating instructions for the system’s web- based GUI, which enables you to perform all DCS-200 setup and transition functions, just like the system’s “physical” front panel. The following topics are discussed: • GUI Connection and Launch •...

  • Page 104: Gui Connection And Launch

    5. GUI Operations GUI Connection and Launch drf=`çååÉÅíáçå=~åÇ=i~ìåÅÜ Use the following steps to connect a PC or laptop, and launch the GUI: ® Ensure that your PC (or laptop) uses Windows 2000 or Windows XP. Ensure that your PC (or laptop) has a web browser installed, such as Windows ®...

  • Page 105

    5. GUI Operations GUI Connection and Launch 10. When the PC establishes communications with the DCS-200, several web pages are downloaded into the PC, and the DCS-200 Home Page appears: Figure 5-2. DCS-200 Home Page 11. Click the Control Application GUI link to launch the GUI. The GUI Status Menu page appears, as shown below: Figure 5-3.

  • Page 106: Gui Operations

    5. GUI Operations GUI Operations 12. The DCS-200 GUI is now ready for use. Refer to the “GUI Operations” section on page 106 for important operating notes. Note If you have trouble establishing communications between your PC and the DCS-200, in Chapter 6, refer to the “Troubleshooting Ethernet Communication”...

  • Page 107

    SK==réÖê~ÇáåÖ=pçÑíï~êÉ få=qÜáë=`Ü~éíÉê This chapter provides detailed instructions for upgrading DCS-200 system software. The following topics are discussed: • Software Upgrade Overview • Hardware Requirements • Software Requirements • Downloading Software • Ethernet Upgrade Method DCS-200 • User’s Guide...

  • Page 108: Software Upgrade Overview, Software Requirements

    Ensure that your PC (or laptop) has a web browser installed, such as Windows ® ® Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox Software files can be downloaded from either the Barco Folsom FTP site or the Barco website, as described in the following “Downloading Software” section. DCS-200 • User’s Guide...

  • Page 109: Downloading Software, Via Ftp Site, Via Web Site

    Via FTP Site • Via Web Site sá~=cqm=páíÉ Barco Folsom's FTP site address is: ftp.folsom.com To download software from the FTP site: Create a target folder on your PC (e.g., DCS-200). Ensure that your PC is connected to the internet.

  • Page 110: Ethernet Upgrade Method

    Ethernet Upgrade Method http://www.barco.com Navigate to the “Presentation Systems” home page: http://www.barco.com/corporate/en/products/ Log in to the Barco Partnerzone. Navigate to the “Software Updates” link, and download the latest version of code: DCS-200_##_##.tar.gz When the File Download Dialog appears, click Save.

  • Page 111

    6. Upgrading Software Ethernet Upgrade Method When the PC establishes communications with the DCS-200, several web pages are downloaded into the PC, and the DCS-200 Home Page appears: Figure 6-2. DCS-200 Home Page Click the Firmware Upgrade link to continue the upgrade process. The Select File page appears, as shown below: Figure 6-3.

  • Page 112

    6. Upgrading Software Ethernet Upgrade Method 11. In the Upload Dialog, select the file: DCS200_##_##.tar.gz ... and click Open. 12. In the Select File page, click Start Upgrade. The Upload Status page appears, which provides status during the upload procedure: Figure 6-4.

  • Page 113

    6. Upgrading Software Ethernet Upgrade Method qêçìÄäÉëÜççíáåÖ=bíÜÉêåÉí=`çããìåáÅ~íáçå Use the following steps to determine the IP address of the DCS-200, and establish proper communications: Power-up the DCS-200. Note the DCS-200’s current IP address: From the Status Menu, press SEL to display the Setup Menu. Select System to display the System Menu.

  • Page 114

    6. Upgrading Software Ethernet Upgrade Method DCS-200 • User’s Guide...

  • Page 115

    ^K==péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåë få=qÜáë=^ééÉåÇáñ This appendix provides detailed technical specifications for the DCS-200. The following topics are discussed: • Input Specifications • Output Specifications • Physical and Electrical Specifications • Communications Specifications • Agency Specifications • Pinouts • Format Table DCS-200 • User’s Guide...

  • Page 116: Input Specifications, Output Specifications

    ^K==péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåë Input Specifications fåéìí=péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåë= The table below lists DCS-200 input specifications. Table A-1. DCS-200 Input Specifications Parameter Detail Specification Inputs 1 - 6 Connector HD-15 VGA Format RGBHV / RGBS / RGsB computer video, YPbPr video (SD or HD), S-video, or composite video Sampling 10-bits/color at 165 MHz maximum Supports 1:1 sampling up to 1600x1200@60 Hz...

  • Page 117: Physical And Electrical Specifications, Communications Specifications, Agency Specifications

    ^K==péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåë Physical and Electrical Specifications mÜóëáÅ~ä=~åÇ=bäÉÅíêáÅ~ä=péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåë= The table below lists DCS-200 physical and electrical specifications. Table A-3. DCS-200 Physical and Electrical Specifications Parameter Detail Specification Power Connector Standard IEC, integral on/off switch Power 100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz Mechanical Chassis H: 3.50 in. (8.89 cm), 2 RU rack mount W: 17.00 in.

  • Page 118: Pinouts, Analog 15-pin D Connector

    ^K==péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåë Pinouts máåçìíë= The following topics are discussed in this section: • Analog 15-pin D Connector • DVI-I Connector • Ethernet Connector • Serial Connector ^å~äçÖ=NRJéáå=a=`çååÉÅíçê The figure below illustrates the analog 15-pin D connector: Figure A-1. Analog 15-pin D connector, chassis view The table below lists Analog 15-pin D connector pinouts.

  • Page 119: Dvi-i Connector

    ^K==péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåë Pinouts asfJf=`çååÉÅíçê The figure below illustrates the DVI-I connector: C1 C2 C3 C4 Figure A-2. DVI-I connector The table below lists DVI-I connector pinouts. Please note: • T.M.D.S = Transition Minimized Differential Signal • DDC = Display Data Channel Table A-7.

  • Page 120: Ethernet Connector

    ^K==péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåë Pinouts bíÜÉêåÉí=`çååÉÅíçê The figure below illustrates the Ethernet connector: Figure A-3. Ethernet connector The table below lists Ethernet connector pinouts. Table A-8. Ethernet Connector Pinouts Signal Wire Color TX Data + White / Orange TX Data - Orange RX Data + White / Green Blue White / Blue...

  • Page 121: Serial Connector

    ^K==péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåë Pinouts pÉêá~ä=`çååÉÅíçê The figure below illustrates the DB-9 Serial connector. Figure A-4. Serial connector The table below lists Serial connector pinouts. Table A-9. Serial Connector Pinouts RS-232 Signal Description Carrier Detect Transmitted Data Received Data Data Set Ready Signal Ground Data Terminal Ready Clear To Send Request To Send...

  • Page 122: Format Table

    ^K==péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåë Format Table cçêã~í=q~ÄäÉ The table below lists the available input and output formats for the DCS-200. Each entry uses the following convention: Format @Fv (Hz). Most of the formats listed in this table are supported for inputs and outputs. Formats that are supported only for input or only for output sources are designated in bold in the Input/Output column.

  • Page 123

    ^K==péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåë Format Table Table A-10. DCS-200 Input and Output Formats (Continued) Format Input Color Space Input/Output 1024x768 @72 Input/Output 1024x768 @75 Input/Output 1024x768 @85 Input/Output 1152x864 @75 Input/Output 1280x720 @60 Input Only 1280x720 @60 II Input Only 1280x720p @48 SMPTE, RGB Input/Output 1280x720p @50 SMPTE, RGB...

  • Page 124

    ^K==péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåë Format Table Table A-10. DCS-200 Input and Output Formats (Continued) Format Input Color Space Input/Output 1364x768 @50 Input/Output 1364x768 @59.94 Input/Output 1364x768 @75 Input/Output 1364x1024 @47.95 Input/Output 1364x1024 @48 Input/Output 1364x1024 @50 Input/Output 1364x1024 @59.94 Input/Output 1364x1024 @75 Input/Output 1366x768 @50 Input/Output 1366x768 @59.94...

  • Page 125

    ^K==péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåë Format Table Table A-10. DCS-200 Input and Output Formats (Continued) Format Input Color Space Input/Output 1920x1080p @30 SMPTE, RGB Input/Output 1920x1080p @48 SMPTE, RGB Input/Output 1920x1080p @50 SMPTE, RGB Input/Output 1920x1080p @59.94 SMPTE, RGB Input/Output 1920x1080p @60 SMPTE, RGB Input/Output 1920x1080p II @50 SMPTE, RGB...

  • Page 126

    ^K==péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåë Format Table DCS-200 • User’s Guide...

  • Page 127: Communicating With Dcs-200

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä få=qÜáë=^ééÉåÇáñ This appendix provides information regarding remote control protocol. The following topics are discussed: • Communicating with DCS-200 • Command Protocol • Error Codes • DCS-200 Command List • Remote Commands `çããìåáÅ~íáåÖ=ïáíÜ=a`pJOMM Use the following steps to communicate with the DCS-200 via Telnet: Connect the DCS-200’s Ethernet port to an Ethernet switch, and connect the switch to your PC or laptop.

  • Page 128: Command Protocol, Command Responses, Query Options, Ibrt

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Command Protocol `çãã~åÇ=mêçíçÅçä The DCS-200’s command protocol is compatible with GNU getopt parsing. Every parameter of the command has an option character associated with it. A <CR> carriage return (ASCII 13) terminates the command. Note The order of the option characters in the command does not matter.

  • Page 129

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Command Protocol • Parameters: -i(input): Input number, 1-8 -b(bright): 75.0%-125.0% • Query Format: IBRT i(input) -? • Query Response: IBRT i(input) b(bright) --min 75 --max 125 IBRT -e 0 <LF> </x4> Current Setting Query — The current setting query option (-?) returns the command with each of the current parameter settings.

  • Page 130: Error Codes

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Error Codes bêêçê=`çÇÉë This section provides DCS-200 error codes: bêêçê=`çÇÉëW==dÉåÉê~ä=c~áäìêÉë The table below lists general failure codes: Table B-1. DCS-200 General Error Codes Code Description -9999 Generic fail -9998 Operation is not applicable in current state -9997 UI Related... Did not get response from device -9996 UI Related...

  • Page 131: Dcs-200 Command List

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä DCS-200 Command List a`pJOMM=`çãã~åÇ=iáëí The table below lists DCS-200 remote commands. Table B-3. DCS-200 Remote Commands Command Description Page Ethernet Commands DHCP Enable/Disable DHCP mode EMAC Get MAC Address GATEWAY Set gateway to be used when DHCP is OFF Set Static IP Address to be used when DHCP is OFF SUBNET Set subnet mask to be used when DHCP is OFF...

  • Page 132: Output Commands

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä DCS-200 Command List Table B-3. DCS-200 Remote Commands (Continued) Command Description Page IHPAN Input Horizontal Pan IHPOS Input Horizontal Position Adjust IHTOTAL Input Horizontal Total Adjust IHUE Input Hue Adjust IMAP Maps the input file configuration for the selected input IRBRT Input RGB Brightness Adjust IRCNT...

  • Page 133: System Commands, Key Commands

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä DCS-200 Command List Table B-3. DCS-200 Remote Commands (Continued) Command Description Page System Commands AUTOCFG Auto Input Configuration Mode AUTOSAVE Auto Input Settings Save AUTOTAKE Auto Take Mode BLKTRAN Set whether going to black is a direct cut or setup for a take CONTEXT Set menu context DIAG...

  • Page 134: Remote Commands, Ethernet Commands, Dhcp, Emac

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Remote Commands oÉãçíÉ=`çãã~åÇë This section lists DCS-200 remote commands, in the following categories: • Ethernet Commands • Input Commands • Output Commands • System Commands • Key Commands • LOGO Commands bíÜÉêåÉí=`çãã~åÇë ae`m • Description: Enables/disables DHCP mode. • Command Format: DHCP -m (mode) •...

  • Page 135: Gateway, Subnet, Input Commands, Autoacq

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Remote Commands d^qbt^v • Description: Sets gateway to be used when DHCP is OFF. • Command Format: GATEWAY -s (static addr) • Command Params: s static addr: format will be: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx • Query Format: GATEWAY -? • Query Response: GATEWAY -a (active addr) -s (static addr) •...

  • Page 136: Backgnd, Blkvid, Cbleq, Edid

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Remote Commands _^`hdka • Description: Sets background color. • Command Format: BACKGND -i (input) -b (background) • Parameters: -b (background):1-black, 2-gray • Query Format: BACKGND -? • Query Response: BACKGND -b (background) --min 1 -- max 2 • List Format: BACKGND --list •...

  • Page 137: Edidtype, Freeze, Iadj

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Remote Commands • List Response: 2:"720x480p" 4:"720x575p" 5:"640x480 @59.94" Etc. bafaqvmb • Description: Sets EDID type. This command is valid only for the DVI input channels. • Command Format: EDIDTYPE -i(input) -t(EDID type) • Parameters: -i (input): 7-8 -t (EDID type): 0 - analog, 1 - digital (Default: 1) •...

  • Page 138: Iautoc, Iavail, Ibrt

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Remote Commands • Parameters: -i (input): 1 - 9 -r (ratio): 1 - 1:1, 2 - 3:2, 3 - 4:3, 4 - 5:4, 5 - 16:9 -c (custom ratio): .75 - 3.0 • Query Format: IAR -i (input) -? •...

  • Page 139: Icdel, Icnt, Icpho, Icrec

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Remote Commands f`abi= • Description: Deletes input configuration. • Command Format: ICDEL -i(input) -f(file) • Parameters: -i(input):1 - 9 -f(file): 1 - 64. If specified, update the File Association menu to reflect the selected file number. If not specified, use the current file number from the ICREC query.

  • Page 140: Icrst, Icsav, Icsp, Ihatv

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Remote Commands 1:"1" 2:"2" 64:"64" f`opq • Description: Reset Input Configuration to the input default values • Command Format: ICRST -i (input) • Parameters: -i (input): 1 - 9 • Query Format: N/A • Query Response: N/A f`p^s= • Description: Saves Input Configuration.

  • Page 141: Ihcrop, Ihpan, Ihpos

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Remote Commands • Parameters: -i (input): 1 - 8 for adjustments (7 & 8 only if itype is analog); 1 - 9 for query -a (active): In pixels • Query Format: IHATV -i (input) -? • Query Response: IHATV -i (input) -a (active) --min (active min) -- max (active max) fe`olm= •...

  • Page 142: Ihtotal, Ihue, Imap, Irbrt

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Remote Commands feqlq^i • Description: Input Horizontal Total Adjust. This command is only adjustable for analog input types. Other input types will provide query information only. • Command Format: IHTOTAL -i (input) -t (total) • Parameters: -i (input): 1 - 8 for adjustments (7 & 8 only if itype is analog); 1 - 9 for query -t(total): In pixels •...

  • Page 143: Ircnt, Ires, Isat

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Remote Commands • Query Response: IRBRT -i (input) -r (red) -g (green) -b (blue) --min -25 --max 25 fo`kq • Description: Input RGB Contrast Adjust. This command is only valid for formats with the RGB color space. • Command Format: IRCNT -i (input) -r (red) -g (green) -b (blue) •...

  • Page 144: Isel, Islice, Ismp

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Remote Commands • Parameters: -i (input): 1 - 9 -s (saturation): 0 - 150 (Default: 100) • Query Format: ISAT -i (input) -? • Query Response: ISAT -i (input) -s (sat) --min 75 --max 125 • List Response: 0:"RGB" 1:"SMPTE"...

  • Page 145: Isync, Itype

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Remote Commands • List Format: Each input type has a different list of valid sample modes. ISMP -i (input) --list • List Response: 0:"OverSample" 1:"1:1" fpvk` • Description: Input Sync Type Adjust. This command is only valid for analog input types.

  • Page 146: Ivatv, Ivcrop, Ivpan, Ivpos

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Remote Commands fs^qs • Description: Input Vertical Active Adjust. This command is only adjustable for analog input types. Other input types will provide query information only. • Command Format: IVATV -i (input) -a (active) • Parameters: -i (input): 1 - 8 for adjustments (7 & 8 only if input is analog); 1 - 9 for query -a (active): In lines •...

  • Page 147: Ivtotal, Pcomp, Take, Black, Oavail, Ocsav

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Remote Commands fsqlq^i • Description: Input Vertical Total Adjust. This command is a query only. • Parameters: -i (input): 1 - 9 • Query Format: IVTOTAL -i (input) -? • Query Response: IVTOTAL -i (input) -t (total) m`ljm= • Description: Pulldown Compensation mode adjust.

  • Page 148: Orbm, Ores

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Remote Commands • Parameters: -o output: 1 - DVI, 3 - Preview DVI • Query Format: N/A • Query Response: N/A ldj= • Description: Set Output Gamma • Command Format: OGM -o (output) -g (gamma) • Parameters: -o output: 1 - DVI -g gamma: 1.0 to 3.0;...

  • Page 149: Osrc, Osync, Otpm

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Remote Commands 10:"800x600 @50" 11:"800x600 @56" 12:"800x600 @59.94" 13:"800x600 @60" 14:"800x600 @72" 15:"800x600 @75" 16:"800x600 @85" lpo` • Description: Selects the input source for the preview output (preview or program). • Command Format: OSRC -s (source) • Parameters: -s (source): 0-preview, 1-program •...

  • Page 150: Otpt

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Remote Commands • Parameters: -o (output): 1 - DVI, 3 - Preview DVI -m (mode): 0 - off, 1 - on • Query Format: OTPM -o (output) -? • Query Response: OTPM -o (output) - m (mode) --min 0 -- max 1 lqmq= •...

  • Page 151: Autocfg, Autosave, Autotake, Blktran, Context

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Remote Commands 12:"Black" 13:"Red" 14:"Green" 15:"Blue" póëíÉã=`çãã~åÇë ^rql`cd= • Description: Auto Input Configuration Mode • Command Format: AUTOCFG -m (mode) • Parameters: -m (mode): 0 - off, 1 - on (default: off) • Query Format: AUTOCFG -? • Query Response: AUTOCFG -m (mode) --min 0 -- max 1 ^rqlp^sb= •...

  • Page 152: Diag, Diagd, Istat, Lclr, Ldmp

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Remote Commands • Parameters: -m (mode): 0 - off, 1 - on • Query Format: CONTEXT -? • Query Response: CONTEXT -m (mode) --min 0 -- max 1 af^d • Description: Performs a system diagnostic test. The results are logged into a file which may be displayed using DIAGD.

  • Page 153: Lfen, Lint, Lockout, Ostat, Preview

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Remote Commands icbk • Description: Sets the mode for the selected log. When selected, the messages for that log will be written to flash every time interval specified in (LINT). • Command Format: LFEN -l (log) -m (mode) • Parameters: - l (log): 0-combined, 1-debug, 2-warning, 3-error -m (mode): 0 - disable, 1 - enable •...

  • Page 154: Program, Reset, Save, Serial

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Remote Commands • Query Format: PREVIEW -? • Query Response: PREVIEW -i(input) -k -b moldo^j= • Description: Query only command for the input, key and black button status on program. If the black, key, or scaler path is not present on program, then these options are not returned.

  • Page 155: Temp, Trntime, Vfdbrt, Lkey

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Remote Commands The SERIAL query will return only one option parameter at a time. If no option is specified, an error code will be returned. • Query Response: SERIAL -b (baud) --min 0 -- max 3 SERIAL -p (parity/etc) --min 0 -max 4 SERIAL -h (handshaking) --min 0 -max 1 qbjm •...

  • Page 156: Logo Commands, Logodel

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Remote Commands • Command Params: -m mode: 0-off, 1-on (Default: off) -s source: 1-6 (analog) 7-8 (DVI), 9-SDI -c clip: 0 - 1023 (default: 0) -g gain: 0 - 1023.99 (default: 1.00) -o opacity: 0-1023 (default: 1023) -h hoffset: +/- ½ (input hact - output hact) -v voffset: +/- ½...

  • Page 157: Logosave, Logosel, Logostat

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Remote Commands ildlp^sb= • Description: Save the image on Program output to the selected logo frame store and file. • Command Format: LOGOSAVE -l (logo) • Command Params: -l logo: 1 - 3 (Default: 1) • Query Format: N/A •...

  • Page 158

    _K==oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä Remote Commands DCS-200 • User’s Guide...

  • Page 159: In This Appendix, Warranty, Return Material Authorization (rma)

    Warranty related repairs include parts and labor, but do not include faults resulting from user negligence, special modifications, lightning strikes, abuse (drop/ crush), and/or other unusual damages. The customer shall pay shipping charges when unit is returned for repair. Barco will cover shipping charges for return shipments to customers. oÉíìêå=j~íÉêá~ä=^ìíÜçêáò~íáçå=Eoj^F...

  • Page 160: Contact Information

    `K==`çåí~Åí=fåÑçêã~íáçå Contact Information `çåí~Åí=fåÑçêã~íáçå Barco Media and Entertainment 11101 Trade Center Drive Rancho Cordova, California 95670 • Phone: (916) 859-2500 • Toll Free: (888) 414-7226 • Fax: (916) 859-2515 • Website: www.barco.com Sales Contact Information • Direct: (916) 859-2505 •...

  • Page 161: Navigating

    fåÇÉñ kìãÉêáÅë raster box ..... .49, 52 RGB color balance ....62 sample phase .

  • Page 162

    Background color, adjust ....57 Command Barco ACQ ......135 contact information .

  • Page 163

    Index LFEN ......153 Ethernet ......26 LINT .

  • Page 164: Dvi Cable Equalization

    Index DIAG (command) ..... .152 Extended Display Identification Data ..77 DIAGD (command) ....152 Diagnostics menu .

  • Page 165

    Index operations ......106 use the setup menu ....46 similarities to physical control panel .

  • Page 166: Unpacking And Inspection, Site Preparation

    Index DVI ......25, 67 performing ......96 protected and unprotected .

  • Page 167

    Index Executive Mode ....102 Off (button) ......22, 35 factory reset .

  • Page 168

    Index analog 15-pin D connector ... 118 RMA ....... .159 DVI-I connector .

  • Page 169: Understanding Auto Acquire, Source Transition Under Key

    Index upgrade overview ....108 TAKE upgrade via Ethernet ....110 button .

  • Page 170

    Index BLK ......93 ESC button .....39, 40 freeze .

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