• 89/336/EEC – EMC Directive Declaration of Conformity – Japan Apogee Electronics Corporation hereby declares that the X-Video card, to which this declaration relates, is in material conformity with the VCCI Class A standard. Declaration of Conformity – Australia Apogee Electronics Corporation hereby declares that the X-Video card is in material conformity with AN/NZS standard requirements.
X-Video – User’s Guide Registration and Warranty Information Be sure to register your X-Video card, either by ﬁlling in the enclosed Registration Card or by completing the on- line registration form at our Web site: http://www.apogeedigital.com/support/. If you do so, Apogee can contact you with any update information.
The serial number is located on the top of the unit. We suggest you record the serial number in the space provided below. Refer to it whenever you call an authorized Apogee Electronics repair facility or the manufacturer. Please be sure to return your completed warranty card immediately! X-Video card Serial No._________________________________________________...
X-Video – User’s Guide Introduction The Apogee X-Video card expands the video capability of the Big Ben Master Clock, offering one video input and three video outputs. X-Video Requirements The X-Video card operates exclusively with Apogee’s Big Ben Master Clock; Big Ben ﬁrmware 2.0 or higher must be installed.
X-Video card into one of three operating modes: Master, Slave and Standalone. Master – In Master mode, the X-Video card generates the reference for all Big Ben’s outputs as well as the three X- Video card’s outputs; the X-Video output format may be set to NTSC, PAL or B&W (black & white). Signal present at the X-Video IN BNC is ignored.
4 Install the two aluminium standoffs in the threaded holes vacated by the screws. 5 On the X-Video card, install the plastic standoff in the hole adjacent to the multi-pin motherboard connector. 6 Install the X-Video Coverplate, and secure it to the host interface using two screws from Step 2.