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LCD VIDEO MONITOR
BVM-L230
OPERATION MANUAL
[English]
1st Edition (Revised 2)

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  • Page 1 LCD VIDEO MONITOR BVM-L230 OPERATION MANUAL [English] 1st Edition (Revised 2)
  • Page 2 Dette utstyret kan kobles til et IT-strømfordelingssystem. Electromagnetic Environment: E4 (controlled EMC environment, ex. TV studio) The manufacturer of this product is Sony Corporation, 1- 7-1 Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan. The Authorized Representative for EMC and product safety is Sony Deutschland GmbH, Hedelfinger Strasse 61, 70327 Stuttgart, Germany.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Chapter 1 Overview Precautions ................6 On Safety ..................6 On Installation................6 Handling the LCD Screen............6 On Cleaning ................6 On Repacking ................7 On Rack Mounting..............7 Functions Supported in Software Version 1.3 ....8 Features..................9 Options .................11 Input/Output Connector and Adaptor ........12 Location and Function of Parts..........13 Front Panel................13 Rear Panel/Left Side Panel ............15...
  • Page 4 Color Temperature (White Balance) Adjustment..... 30 Brightness/Contrast Adjustment..........30 Chapter 3 Menu Basic Menu Operations ............32 Menu Operation Buttons ............32 Displaying the Menu ..............33 Setting or Adjusting in the Menu Operation ......33 Entering the Channel Number ..........35 Aborting Menu Operation ............
  • Page 5 Selecting the Native Scan/Scan Mode .......86 Displaying Two Signals on One Screen (Picture&Picture).............87 Magnifying the Picture (Pixel Zoom)........88 Displaying the Picture in Black Detail Mode .....89 Capturing the Picture of the HD Signal (HD Frame Capture) ..........90 Displaying the Area Marker or Aspect Marker ....91 Copying the Setting or Adjustment Value to Another Monitor..............92 Assigning the Function on the Function Button ....93...
  • Page 6: Chapter 1 Overview

    Overview Chapter of pixels may be “stuck”, either always off (black), Precautions always on (red, green, or blue), or flashing. In addition, over a long period of use, because of the physical characteristics of the liquid crystal display, such “stuck” pixels may appear spontaneously.
  • Page 7: On Repacking

    0 to 35 °C (32 to 95°F). If you have any questions about this unit, please contact your Sony service representative. Precautions...
  • Page 8: Functions Supported In Software Version 1.3

    Functions Supported in Software Version 1.3 Menu Supported function Reference page User LUT The user LUT data are applied as the setting of the color (in the Color Gamut menu of the Display Setting gamut (color space and gamma). menu) Aspect Correction An SD signal of non-square pixels (the number of H 58, 107...
  • Page 9: Features

    2-2·2- 3·2-3-3-2 pull down to the I/P signal closely following the original, is also selectable. The BVM-L230 is 23-inch LCD Video Monitor. This is suitable for television stations or video production houses, Interlace display mode where precise image reproduction is required.
  • Page 10 Pixel zoom function * When the aspect ratio is set to 2.39:1, the resolution is As part of the picture is magnified up to 8 times without reduced. scaling processing, this is convenient for confirming a Remote control function (Ethernet control) minute part of the signal.
  • Page 11: Options

    BKM-227W NTSC/PAL Input Adaptor BKM-16R Monitor Control Unit Includes a decoder for NTSC/PAL/PAL-M/SECAM The BKM-16R is a controller of the BVM-L230 and you signals. Input/output connectors for each one composite can control multiple monitors from one controller. signal channel and Y/C signal channel are equipped.
  • Page 12: Input/output Connector And Adaptor

    Input adaptor BKM- BKM- BKM- BKM- Input/Output Connector and Adaptor 220D 227W 229X 243HS/ Input signal 244CC Number of analog inputs – – By adding the optional input expansion adaptors, the input/ output connector panel can be assembled in a wide variety : Signal can be reproduced.
  • Page 13: Location And Function Of Parts

    Location and Function of Parts Front Panel 1 Tally lamp 6 OPTION B connector 2 OPERATE lamp 3 STATUS lamp 5 OPTION A connector 4 OVER RANGE lamp a Tally lamp Notes With factory settings, the tally lamp lights when pins No. 8 and No.
  • Page 14 • When the picture is operation mode while the monitor is being operated. displayed in black detail mode Error display –: Status except for error display. If the error is shown, please contact your Sony representative. OVER STATUS OPERATE RANGE...
  • Page 15: Rear Panel/left Side Panel

    Rear Panel/Left Side Panel 1 MAIN POWER switch 2 AC IN connector 3 DC 5V OUT connector 4 LAN (10/100) connector 5 NETWORK switch 6 PARALLEL REMOTE connector 7 DVI-D connector 8 Input option slots a MAIN POWER switch Connect to the DC 5V/12V IN connector of the controller When turned on (?), the monitor enters operation mode.
  • Page 16 CAUTION For information about the Parallel Remote menu, see • For safety, do not connect the connector for peripheral “Parallel Remote” (page 70) of the System Configuration device wiring that might have excessive voltage to this Menu. port. Follow the instructions for this port. •...
  • Page 17: Chapter 2 Preparations

    Preparations Chapter Environments of the Installation Location Illumination environments Viewing angle The apparent color reproduction on the monitor is greatly The ideal viewing angle is within 5 degrees (up/down/left/ affected by ambient light or glare. right) off the center of the monitor screen when the The LCD device controls the brightness by moving LCD operator views the entire monitor screen.
  • Page 18: Installing An Input Adaptor

    Installing an Input Board Adaptor Each input adaptor can be installed in any input option slot on the side panel. Caution When you install the following input adaptors to this equipment, use those with the serial numbers given below. • BKM-220D with serial number 2100001 or higher •...
  • Page 19: Attaching The Cable Holder

    Example of dual-link Attaching the Cable cable connection Holder INPUT 1 The cables connected to the input adaptors can be gathered INPUT 2 together in the supplied cable holder. Remove the screw. INPUT 1 INPUT 2 OPTION 1 and 2 OPTION 3 and 4 Attach the cable holder to the monitor with the removed screw.
  • Page 20: Changing The Aspect Ratio Of The Screen

    Gather the cables together in the cable holder. Changing the Aspect Ratio of the Screen The 16:9 frame is installed at the factory. The aspect ratio can be switched from 16:9 to 16:10 by removing the 16:9 frame. To display the native scan picture (×2 mode) of the 576/50i signal, or whole picture of the UXGA or WUXGA signal, remove the 16:9 frame.
  • Page 21: Attaching The Bracket

    Replace the front frame by pressing it until it clicks. Attaching the Bracket You can prevent falling of the monitor by using the supplied bracket. Remove three screws from the bracket. Attaching the 16:9 frame Remove the front frame. Replace the 16:9 frame and secure it with 10 screws. Replace the front frame by pressing it until it clicks.
  • Page 22: Connections

    Attach a piece of string, etc. to the bracket and secure Connections it to the floor or wall. Note on connecting the cable to the DC 5V OUT connector Be sure to plug the male connector of the cable into the DC Bracket 5V OUT connector of the monitor.
  • Page 23: Connecting The Controller (bkm-16r)

    Or connect the output cable of the AC adaptor supplied Connecting the Controller (BKM- with the controller to the DC 5V/12V IN connector of 16R) the controller. Connecting the Multiple Units with Monitor the LAN DC 5V OUT connector PEER TO The controller controls up to 32 monitors.
  • Page 24 of a straight/cross cable. When the switching hub without auto selection PEER TO function is used, connect the monitor and switching PEER hub with the straight cable, and the controller and NETWORK switching hub with the cross cable. Set to LAN. Connect the output cable on the AC adaptor supplied with controller to the DC 5V/12V IN connector of the controller.
  • Page 25: Turning On The Power

    Turning on the Power Connecting the AC Power Cord Plug the AC power cord into the AC IN connector on the rear panel. Then, attach the AC plug holder The warm-up time is more than 30 minutes, approximately. (supplied) to the AC power cord. When the monitor is in standby mode As the OPERATE lamp lights in red in standby mode, press the MONITOR I/1 switch of the controller.
  • Page 26: Settings

    Settings Selecting the Area When you turn on the monitor for the first time after ENTER button purchasing it, select the area where you intend to use this monitor from among the options. UP/DOWN buttons When the area is selected, the menu item settings suitable Ent button for the selected area are applied.
  • Page 27: Setting For The Lan To Connect The Multiple Units

    If 4 Asia Except Japan is selected: After saving and reflecting the setting, you can change the setting with the menu. • Color Temp (color temperature) (page 52) • Setup Level (NTSC Setup Level: page 54, Betacam Select Area NTSC area Setup Level: page 54) Asia Except Japan •...
  • Page 28: Selecting The Monitor (designation Of The Monitor Or Group Id Number)

    Set the NETWORK switches of the monitor and the GROUP button: Selects group connection mode. controller to LAN. The monitor of the designated group is connected remotely. The group ID number is displayed on all connected monitors when the button is held pressed. PEER TO ALL button: Selects all connection mode.
  • Page 29: Setting The Display Mode Of The Picture

    Select the channel (CH1 to CH30) to be assigned by Adjusting pressing the numeric button of the controller. To assign to a channel number from 1 to 9, press the appropriate one-digit channel number on the numeric Before adjusting keypad. The monitor must be warmed up sufficiently.
  • Page 30: Color Temperature (white Balance) Adjustment

    the automatic adjustment, the automatic adjustment is also Set the BLUE ONLY button to off. effective for the RGB signal. Perform the manual adjustment of chroma and phase to Color Temperature (White Balance) adjust them further after automatic adjustment or the Adjustment digital signal from the BKM-220D, BKM-243HS or BKM- 244CC.
  • Page 31 ] (20 [cd/m ] in black frame insertion or interlace Note display mode) or higher, and the contrast is adjusted by the signal level for a picture of luminance lower than 40 [cd/ When the XYZ signal is displayed, the brightness cannot ] (20 [cd/m ] in black frame insertion or interlace be adjusted.
  • Page 32: Chapter 3 Menu

    Menu Chapter Basic Menu Operations Menu Operation Buttons The menu is operated using the menu operation buttons on the controller (BKM-16R, optional). Controller (BKM-16R) 1 UP/DOWN buttons 2 MENU button 3 ENTER button 4 PHASE knob REMOTE INPUT CHROMA CONTRAST PHASE BRIGHT SINGLE...
  • Page 33: Displaying The Menu

    The current settings are displayed in place of the x Displaying the Menu marks on the illustrations of the menu screen. Press the MENU button. iInput Configuration The main menu is displayed on the screen. CH01 Format Slot No: xxxxx Input No: xxxxx MENU...
  • Page 34: Entering Characters

    When selecting in setting mode The cursor moves to the setting value and the monitor enters in setting mode. Using the UP or DOWN button or PHASE knob, select Display example the desired item and press the ENTER or Ent button. The cursor moves to the setting value and the monitor iInput Configuration enters in setting mode.
  • Page 35: Entering The Channel Number

    When you press the UP button or turn the PHASE knob 094: Five-step gray scale signal clockwise, the characters and symbols appear in the 095: Ramp signal sequence shown below. 096: color-bar signal Capital letters (A t B t ..t Y t Z) t Lower- 097: 0% black signal case letters (a t b t ..
  • Page 36: Menu Structure

    Menu Structure For details of each menu, see the page in parentheses. Adjustment menu (page 43) Main menu Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Adjustment Picture Adj Auto Auto Adjust Color Bar Restore Factory Data Status Slot No Format Matrix Manual Adjust...
  • Page 37 Input Configuration menu (page 50) Main menu Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Input Configuration Format SDI/HD-SDI Dual Link HD-SDI Composite Component Slot No Input No Screen Aspect Sync Mode DC 2048 × 1080 Color Temp Picture Preset Matrix/Gamma H Shift Offset DC 2048 ×...
  • Page 38 Display Function menu (page 59) Main menu Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Display Function Marker Setting Marker Preset Aspect Blanking Aspect Blanking Mode Aspect Marker Aspect Marker Aspect Mode Aspect Line Color Bright Area Marker 1 Area Marker 1 Aspect Mode Aspect Area Size...
  • Page 39 Main menu Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Gamut Error Display Gamut Error Display Notification Notification Reset Input Detection Detection Pixel Threshold Signal Level D1/HD-SDI YPbPr 10bit Upper Limit Y/Pb/Pr Lower Limit Y/Pb/Pr HD-SDI RGB 10bit Upper Limit G/B/R Lower Limit G/B/R HD-SDI YPbPr 12bit Upper Limit Y/Pb/Pr...
  • Page 40 System Configuration menu (page 69) Main menu Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 System Configuration Network Monitor ID Group ID Network Setting IP Address Subnet Mask Default Gateway Address SNMP Setting Contact Name Location Trap Mode Trap Address Setting Trap Address Status Reset Mode/Address Community...
  • Page 41 File Management menu (page 75) Main menu Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 File Management Save To Memory Stick Copy From Other Monitor Monitor ID Memory Stick Delete Memory Stick Data Maintenance Back Up System Data Restore System Data Status menu (page 77) Main menu Level 1...
  • Page 42 Controller menu (page 79) / Key Protect menu (page 83) Main menu Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Controller Network Network Setting IP Address Subnet Mask Default Gateway Address SNMP Setting Contact Name Location Trap Mode Trap Address Setting Trap Address Status Reset Mode/Address Authentication...
  • Page 43: Adjustment Menu

    Adjustment Menu Overview Adjusts the picture, color temperature, etc. Note When Adjustment is selected, the following menu is displayed. This menu is not selectable in the following cases: • When Side by Side is set to On iAdjustment • When Wipe is set to On •...
  • Page 44 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Color Bar Sets the color-bar signal to input. [Full Field 8]: 100% full-field 8-color bars (white, yellow, cyan, green, magenta, red, blue and black) SMPTE: SMPTE standard color bars EIA: EIA standard color bars (effective for 480/60i and 575/50i signals only) Multi Format: Color bars standardized by SMPTE RP219/ARIB STD-B28 Restore Factory Data Resets the automatic adjustment data of chroma, phase, matrix and signal level to the default...
  • Page 45 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Color Temp Adj Adjusts the color temperature. When the item is selected, the color temperature data to be adjusted is displayed. Except for the XYZ format signal When D93, D65, D61, D56 or D-Cine data is changed, they are displayed as D93*, D65*, D61*, D56* or D-Cine*.
  • Page 46 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) To hide the characters on the monitor during manual adjustment Set the CHAR OFF button of the controller to on. As the characters on the display are hidden, it becomes easy to adjust the picture. To display the characters, set the CHAR OFF button to off.
  • Page 47 Eye-One Pro. Before adjusting the color temperature automatically, start the software for adjusting the color temperature. For the software for adjusting the color temperature, please contact your Sony representative. For more information about the cable specification required and about the connection, see “Connection Cable Specifications for Color Temperature Probes”...
  • Page 48 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Contrast Hold Sets whether or not to adjust the color temperature and contrast (backlight) at the same time. Off: Contrast is adjusted. [On]: Contrast is not adjusted. Copy From Copies the other color temperature. Preset Value Copies other data in this monitor.
  • Page 49 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Memory Stick Copies data in the “Memory Stick”. When the item is selected, the file names in the source “Memory Stick” are displayed. Except for the XYZ format signal When the file is selected, you can select from D93, D65, D61, D56, D-Cine, User1, User2, User3, User4 or User5.
  • Page 50: Input Configuration Menu

    Input Configuration Menu Overview This menu is used for pertaining data to the input signals. When Input Configuration is selected, the following menus are displayed. iInput Configuration iInput Configuration CH01 CH01 Format xxxxx H Shift Offset: Slot No: xxxxx Channel Name Input No: xxxxx NTSC Setup...
  • Page 51 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Composite Sets the composite signal format when BKM-227W is installed. Auto: Changes automatically according to the format of the input signal. It will take a few seconds to detect the format of an input signal. It is recommended that a particular format be selected if it is determined.
  • Page 52 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Sync Mode Sets the sync signal when the analog component signal or analog RGB signal is input. You can select when Format is set to Component YPbPr or Component RGB. [Internal]: Select when an internal sync signal is used. External: Select when an external sync signal is used.
  • Page 53 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Matrix/Gamma data ITU-R BT.709: Select when the signal of the ITU-R BT.709 standards format is input. ITU-R BT.601: Select when the signal of the ITU-R BT.601 standards format is input. SMPTE 240M: Select when the signal of the SMPTE-240M standards format is input. D-Cine RGB: Select when 2048 ×...
  • Page 54 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) H Shift Offset Sets the horizontal picture position when the analog signal is input. You can select when Format is set to Composite Auto, Composite NTSC, Composite PAL, Composite PAL-M, Composite SECAM, YC Auto, YC NTSC, YC PAL, YC PAL-M, YC SECAM, Component YPbPr or Component RGB.
  • Page 55 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Film Cadence Sets the film cadence mode. This menu is not selectable when Format is set to DVI Computer. The progressive conversion signal is displayed according to the setting. [Off]: The progressive conversion signal is not displayed in film cadence mode. 2-2: The progressive conversion signal is displayed when the interlace signal of 2-2 pull- down processing is input 2-3: The progressive conversion signal is displayed when the interlace signal of 2-3 pull-...
  • Page 56: Display Setting Menu

    Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Color Gamut As the BVM-L230 is equipped with the wider color space LED backlight, the signal can be displayed (emulation) in the color gamut (color space and gamma) selected in the Emulation menu.
  • Page 57 Note After converting the LUT data output from Grading Tool of another vendor to LUT data in the Sony-unique format, convert the LUT data again with the coversion tool so that it can be read by the monitor. The Sony-unique format specifications for the LUT data to input to the conversion tool, conversion tool and operation procedures for the conversion tool are scheduled for release in February 2009.
  • Page 58 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Copy From Copies the user data from the other Matrix/Gamma. Preset Value Copies other data in this monitor. When the item is selected, you can select from User1, User2, User3, User4 or User5. Other Monitor Copies data from another monitor.
  • Page 59: Display Function Menu

    Display Function Menu Overview This menu is used to set the function related to the picture display. When Display Function is selected, the following menu is displayed. iDisplay Function Marker Setting P&P Setting Pixel Zoom Setting Gamut Error Display B Black Detail Setting B Capture Internal Signal...
  • Page 60 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Area Marker 1 Sets the area marker 1. Area Marker 1 Sets whether or not to display the area marker 1 when the MARKER button is pressed (Off or [On])*. * Area Marker 2: ([Off], On) Aspect Mode Sets the aspect ratio of the area marker 1.
  • Page 61 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Example: Area Size 80%, Aspect Mode 16:9 or 4:3 With 16:9 Aspect Mode 16:9 Aspect Mode 4:3 With 4:3 Aspect Mode 16:9 Aspect Mode 4:3 Line Sets the thickness of the area marker 1. You can select from [Thick] (thick) or Thin (thin).
  • Page 62 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Other Monitor Copies data from another monitor. Monitor ID Enter the ID number of the source monitor. When the NETWORK switch is set to PEER TO PEER, this is not selectable. When the ID number is entered, you can select from Marker1, Marker2, Marker3, Marker4 or Marker5.
  • Page 63 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Gamut Error Display Sets the gamut error display. You can select when the BKM-220D, BKM-243HS or BKM-244CC is installed. Notes • The gamut error display function is effective when D1 or HD-SDI (except 2048 × 1080 RGB and XYZ) signal is input.
  • Page 64 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) HD-SDI YPbPr 12bit When two BKM-243HS or BKM-244CC are installed in the OPTION 1 and 2 or OPTION 3 and 4 option slots, you can select this item. Upper Limit (upper limit) Y: 0000 to 4095 [3935] Pb: 0000 to 4095 [4019] Pr: 0000 to 4095 [4019]...
  • Page 65 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Rename Changes a file name of the captured picture in the “Memory Stick”. When the item is selected, the file names are displayed. When the file name is selected, you can change the file name (1 to 20 characters). Existing file name: Enter the existing file name.
  • Page 66 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) H Delay Sets whether or not to display in H delay ([Off] or On). When the 720/24, 25, 30P signal is input, the display position is changed with the PHASE knob. Note The picture is not displayed in H delay in the following cases: •...
  • Page 67 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) G Off Sets whether or not to cut the green signal ([Off] or On). Note When the displayed signal is XYZ, the green signal is not cut. B Off Sets whether or not to cut the blue signal ([Off] or On). Note When the displayed signal is XYZ, the blue signal is not cut.
  • Page 68 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Area Marker 1 Sets whether or not to display the area marker 1 ([Off] or On). Note The area marker 1 is not displayed in the following cases: • When the input signal has no sync signal •...
  • Page 69: System Configuration Menu

    System Configuration Menu Overview This menu is used to set the system such as the network, parallel remote control function, etc. When System Configuration is selected, the following menu is displayed. iSystem Configuration Network Parallel Remote Power On Screen Set Password Date/Time Scan Mode Skip:...
  • Page 70 SDCP/SDAP Community Sets the SDCP/SDAP community name. When the item is selected, you can enter the community name (four characters). SONY: SONY is entered as a community name. New Name: Enter a new name. SDCP Port No Sets the SDCP port number.
  • Page 71 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) 1 Pin to 8 Pin Assigns the function to each pin of the PARALLEL REMOTE connector when Parallel Remote is set to On. 1 Pin: [CH01] 2 Pin: [CH02] 3 Pin: [External Sync] 4 Pin: [Mono] 5 Pin: [Marker] 6 Pin: [unused]...
  • Page 72 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Standby Mode Sets the status when the MAIN POWER switch is turned on. [Off]: Operation mode On: Standby mode Power On Status Sets the input channel when the power is turned on. [Last]: Sets to the channel that was selected at the time the power was last turned off.
  • Page 73 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Password Sets the password for the menu. Enter a four-digit number for the password. [9999] Change Password Changes the password. Enter New Password: Enter a new password with the numeric buttons and press the ENTER (Ent) button.
  • Page 74 For details on upgrading the monitor, see “Upgrading the Monitor and Controller” on page 93. Software Upgrade Upgrades the software for the monitor. Kernel Upgrade Upgrades the kernel of the monitor. FPGA Upgrade Upgrades the FPGA data of the monitor. Maintenance The menu for the Sony service representative is displayed. System Configuration Menu...
  • Page 75: File Management Menu

    File Management Menu Overview The system data is saved, copied and deleted. Note When File Management is selected, the following menu is displayed. You cannot save, copy or delete a User LUT data file in this menu. iFile Management Save To Copy From Delete Data Maintenance...
  • Page 76 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Memory Stick Selects the data in the source “Memory Stick”. When the item is selected, the file names in the “Memory Stick” are displayed. When the item is selected, you can select the data to be copied. All: Copies all data.
  • Page 77: Status Menu

    Status Menu Overview This menu is used to view general data about the monitor status, current channel, etc. When Status is selected, the following menus are displayed. iStatus iStatus CH Status Model Name: xxxxx Serial No: xxxxx Slot Status Software Version: xxxxx Option1 HD-SDI/D1 Option2 D1...
  • Page 78 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Serial No Displays the serial number. Software Version Displays software version. Network Switch Displays the NETWORK switch setting. Status Menu...
  • Page 79: Controller Menu

    Controller Menu Overview This menu is for the network setting and assigning the function to the function button of the controller. When Controller is selected, the following menu is displayed. iController Network Function Key Monitor ID Display: Controller Upgrade Menu Function and Operation Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting)
  • Page 80 SDCP/SDAP Community Sets the SDCP/SDAP community name. When the item is selected, you can enter the community name (four characters). SONY: SONY is entered as a community name. New Name: Enter a new name. SDCP Port No Sets the SDCP port number.
  • Page 81 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) F1 to F16 The following functions are assigned. Scan Mode: Changes the scan mode of the picture. Native Scan: Displays the picture in native scan mode. 16:9: Changes the aspect ratio to 16:9 or 1.896:1 (digital cinema signal), and when set to Off, the aspect ratio changes to 4:3 or 2.39:1.
  • Page 82 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Aspect Marker: An aspect marker is displayed on the screen. The display mode of the aspect marker is set in Aspect Marker (page 59) of the Marker Setting menu of the Display Function menu. Note When External Sync is set to On, the marker may not be shown in the correct position.
  • Page 83: Key Protect Menu

    Key Protect Menu Overview This menu is used to lock the data so that the setting is not changed by an unauthorized user. MENU Adjustment Input Configuration Display Setting Display Function System ConfigurationB File Management Status Controller Key Protect: Menu Function and Operation Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting)
  • Page 84: Selecting Display Mode

    Operations Chapter – When Blending is set to On Selecting Display Mode – When Pixel Zoom is set to on Set Native Scan (page 65) to On in the Display Function menu for interlace display. This monitor applies high-contrast to the picture and reproduces accurate color by displaying the interlace Set Interlace and Black Frame Insertion in the signal in progressive mode by the I/P conversion or the...
  • Page 85: Setting The Display Of Native Scan Mode

    – When the signal system is the SD signal of 720 × 576 Setting the Display of or 1440 × 576, Native Scan Mode is set to Aspect Correction and the internal signal of the aspect ratio Native Scan Mode 16:9 is displayed (Native Scan is set to Off and the normal scan is displayed regardless of the setting.) •...
  • Page 86: Selecting The Native Scan/scan Mode

    Over Scan: Over mode Selecting the Native For details on the Function Switch menu, see “Function Scan/Scan Mode Switch” (page 65) in the Display Function menu. Note You can select scan mode from a native scan, under scan (– The scan mode is not selectable in the following cases: 3%), normal scan (0%) and over scan (mask of 5% over •...
  • Page 87: Displaying Two Signals On One Screen

    Butterfly (butterfly) Displaying Two Signals The right picture is a left-right reversal picture of the left on One Screen picture. (Picture&Picture) Two input signals are output on the monitor. You can select the display mode from Side by Side (side by side), The display range of the Wipe (wipe), Butterfly (butterfly) and Blending picture is changed with the...
  • Page 88: Magnifying The Picture (pixel Zoom)

    Select the display mode of Picture&Picture (Side by Magnifying the Picture Side, Wipe, Butterfly or Blending) with the function button* of the controller or in the Function Switch (Pixel Zoom) menu of the Display Function menu and set it to On. For details on the Function Switch menu, see the “Function Switch”...
  • Page 89: Displaying The Picture In Black Detail Mode

    To move the upward or downward: Turn the Displaying the Picture in CHROMA knob. Black Detail Mode Press the ENTER (Ent) button. Part inside the cursor is magnified. You can move the position of the magnified picture Black detail mode display function with the PHASE knob or CHROMA knob.
  • Page 90: Capturing The Picture Of The Hd Signal

    Zebra pattern display of the clipped portion Capturing the Picture of the HD Signal (HD Frame Capture) Zebra pattern The frame picture of the HD-SDI input signal is captured and saved as a picture file in the “Memory Stick”. This is To end the black detail mode used to confirm the color tone and picture angle of the Set the Black Detail Mode button of the controller to off, or...
  • Page 91: Displaying The Area Marker Or Aspect Marker

    Displaying the Area CAPTURE Marker or Aspect Marker Save: ENTER Cancel: MENU The monitor is equipped with two area markers and center marker as the safe area marker and aspect marker for To hide characters on the monitor, set the CHAR OFF confirming the picture angle.
  • Page 92: Copying The Setting Or Adjustment Value To Another

    Press the ENTER (Ent) button. Copying the Setting or The data is saved in the “Memory Stick”. Adjustment Value to Notes Another Monitor • Data saving, copying and deleting using the “Memory Stick” is not available on BKM-15R or BVM-A14F5. •...
  • Page 93: Monitor

    If Windows Explorer is used for initialization, the R Off upgrading may not be executed correctly. G Off To get the upgrade data B Off Contact your Sony representative. Chroma Up Black Frame Insertion Interlace Saving the upgrade data in a Pixel Zoom “Memory Stick PRO”...
  • Page 94: Upgrading The Monitor

    “Procedure failure” is displayed in red. If this error message is displayed, contact Insert the “Memory Stick PRO” into the Memory Stick your Sony representative. insertion slot of the controller. Upgrading the controller Select the Monitor Upgrade menu in the System Configuration menu (page 74).
  • Page 95 If this error message is displayed, It takes about 1 minute to upgrade the controller. contact your Sony representative. Exit the Controller Upgrade menu, select the REMOTE Controller Upgrade menu again, and confirm that the SINGLE version of the selected item has been upgraded.
  • Page 96: Appendixes

    Appendixes Refer to “DVI-D” (page 104) of Specifications “Available Signal Formats”. Control OPTION A: Mini-DIN 8-pin (female) × OPTION B: USB (Type A) type × 1 General LAN (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX): RJ- LCD panel a-Si TFT Active Matrix 45 × 1 Picture size 22.5 inches PARALLEL REMOTE: D-sub 9-pin Display area...
  • Page 97: Operating Conditions

    TO RECORD CONTENT OF ANY TYPE. Pressure 700 hPa to 1060 hPa • Always verify that the unit is operating properly before use. SONY WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR Accessories supplied DAMAGES OF ANY KIND INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, COMPENSATION OR...
  • Page 98: Input Signals And Adjustable/setting Items

    Input Signals and Adjustable/Setting Items Input signal Analog DVI-D Item Component Video Computer (YPbPr) Composite YPbPr YPbPr RGB CONTRAST BRIGHT × CHROMA × × × × × × PHASE × × × × × × × × × × (NTSC) (NTSC) Picture Auto Adjust ×...
  • Page 99 Input signal Analog DVI-D Item Component Video Computer (YPbPr) Composite YPbPr YPbPr RGB Error Notify Clear × × × × × × × × × Char Off Color Temp Capture × × × × × × × × × Black Frame Insertion See “Picture·Frame Display”...
  • Page 100: Available Signal Systems

    Available Signal Systems Input adaptor Total lines Active lines Frame rate Scanning Aspect Display on the Signal system Standard per frame per frame (Hz) format ratio monitor Rec.ITU-R 720×576/50i 2:1 Interlace 16:9/4:3 575/50I BT.601 1440×576/50i* 2:1 Interlace 16:9/4:3 575/50I Rec.ITU-R 720×487/59.94i 30/1.001 2:1 Interlace...
  • Page 101 Total lines Active lines Frame rate Scanning Aspect Display on the Signal system Standard per frame per frame (Hz) format ratio monitor 1280×720/24P Progressive 16:9 SMPTE-296M 720/24P 1280×720/23.98P 24/1.001 Progressive 16:9 SMPTE-296M 1280×720/25P Progressive 16:9 SMPTE-296M 720/25P 1280×720/30P Progressive 16:9 SMPTE-296M 720/30P 1280×720/29.97P...
  • Page 102: Available Signal Formats

    Available Signal Formats Input adaptor BKM- BKM- BKM- BKM- Signal format Applied system 220D 227W 229X 243HS/ Standard 244CC Analog Composite Setup × × × NTSC 487/59.94i SMPTE-170M level × × × 576/50i × × × PAL-M 487/59.94i Rec.ITU-R BT.470 ×...
  • Page 103 BKM- BKM- BKM- BKM- Signal format Applied system 220D 227W 229X 243HS/ Standard 244CC × × × 1080/24*P × × × 1080/25P SMPTE-274M × × × 1080/30*P × × × 720/60*P SMPTE-296M × × × 720/50P SMPTE-293M/Rec.ITU- × × × 483/59.94P R BT.1358 ×...
  • Page 104 BKM- BKM- BKM- BKM- Signal format Applied system 220D 227W 229X 243HS/ Standard 244CC × × × Single-link 4:2:2 YPbPr 10bit SMPTE-292M YPbPr 10bit 10bit 1920×1080/30*P × × × Dual-link 4:4:4 a(2) SMPTE-372M YPbPr 12bit 12bit × × × Single-link 4:2:2 YPbPr 10bit...
  • Page 105 Interface sampling Aspect Signal format System Standard frequency ratio [MHz] Single-link 4:4:4 8bit 720 (1440)*** × 480/60*i 27.027* 4:3/16:9 Single-link 4:4:4 8bit 720 × 576/50P 27.000* 4:3/16:9 CEA-861 Single-link 4:4:4 8bit 1280 × 720/50P 74.250 16:9 16:9 CEA-861 Single-link 4:4:4 8bit 1920 ×...
  • Page 106: Aperture Modification Frequency

    Aperture Modification Frequency Serial digital input Analog input DVI-D input Signal system Composite HD-SDI Component (YP (Y/C) Input adaptor 576/50i 5 MHz 5 MHz 5 MHz 5 MHz 487/59.94i 5 MHz 5 MHz 5 MHz 5 MHz 576/50P 10 MHz 10 MHz 483/59.94P 10 MHz...
  • Page 107: Picture Display Size

    Picture Display Size Input adaptor Native Scan Native Native Normal Aspect Under Scan Over Scan Side by Side Aspect Scan ×1 Scan ×2 Scan Signal system Correction ratio (H) × (V) (H) × (V) (H) × (V) (H) × (V) (H) ×...
  • Page 108 DVI-D Native Scan Native Native Normal Aspect Under Scan Over Scan Side by Side Aspect Scan ×1 Scan ×2 Scan Signal system Correction ratio (H) × (V) (H) × (V) (H) × (V) (H) × (V) (H) × (V) (H) × (V) (H) ×...
  • Page 109: Picture·frame Display

    Picture·Frame Display Input adaptor Black frame Signal system Interlace Display frame rate [Hz] insertion 720 × 576/50i 1440 × 576/50i** 720 × 487/59.94i 120/1.001 1440 × 487/59.94i** 120/1.001 1440 × 576/50P** × 1440 × 483/59.94P** × 120/1.001 1920 × 1080/24*PsF ×...
  • Page 110 DVI-D Black frame Signal system Interlace Display frame rate [Hz] insertion DVI Video 640 × 480/60*P × 120* 720 × 480/60*P × 120* 1280 × 720/60*P × 120* 1920 × 1080/60*i 120* 720(1440)** × 480/60*i 120* 720 × 576/50P × 1280 ×...
  • Page 111: Matrix/gamma Setting Table

    Matrix/Gamma Setting Table Input adaptor • M in the following table shows Matrix. • G in the following table shows Gamma. Matrix/Gamma ITU-R ITU-R SMPTE D-Cine D-Cine xvYCC xvYCC User1 - Matrix/ Signal BT.709 BT.601 240M User5 Gamma Signal format system data setting...
  • Page 112 Matrix/Gamma ITU-R ITU-R SMPTE D-Cine D-Cine xvYCC xvYCC User1 - Matrix/ Signal BT.709 BT.601 240M User5 Gamma Signal format system data setting SMPTE area Analog RGB** × × 1080/60*i × × 1080/50i × × 1080/24*PsF × × 1080/25PsF × × 1080/30*PsF ×...
  • Page 113 Matrix/Gamma ITU-R ITU-R SMPTE D-Cine D-Cine xvYCC xvYCC User1 - Matrix/ Signal BT.709 BT.601 240M User5 Gamma Signal format system data setting SMPTE area × × Single-link 4:2:2 YPbPr 10bit × × YPbPr 10bit 1920 × 1080/ × × RGB** 10bit 30*PsF Dual-link 4:4:4...
  • Page 114 Matrix/Gamma ITU-R ITU-R SMPTE D-Cine D-Cine xvYCC xvYCC User1 - Matrix/ Signal BT.709 BT.601 240M User5 Gamma Signal format system data setting SMPTE area × Single-link 4:2:2 YPbPr 10bit 1280 × 720/25P Single-link 4:2:2 YPbPr 10bit 1280 × 720/ × 30*P Single-link 4:2:2 YPbPr 10bit 1280 ×...
  • Page 115 DVI-D • M in the following table shows Matrix. • G in the following table shows Gamma. Matrix/Gamma ITU-R SMPTE D-Cine D-Cine xvYCC xvYCC User1 - Matrix/ ITU-R BT.709 BT.601 240M User5 Gamma Signal format System data setting SMPTE area DVI Video Single- ×...
  • Page 116: Scan Mode Image

    Scan Mode Image Example: Scan images of available signal system when the input adaptor is installed For details of the picture display size, see page 107. • For setting of the Native Scan Mode menu, see Native Scan Mode (page 58) of the Display Setting menu. •...
  • Page 117 Scan mode Input signal system and scan mode image Native Scan Mode: Aspect Correction 720 × 487 720 × 576 Aspect 4:3 1440 × 487 1440 × 576 1440 × 483 To display the whole picture, remove the 16:9 frame. Native Scan Mode: Aspect Correction 720 ×...
  • Page 118 Scan mode Input signal system and scan mode image Aspect: 2.39:1 1920 × 1080 2048 × 1080 Aspect: 4:3 720 × 576 720 × 487 1440 × 576 1440 × 487 1440 × 483 Over Scan Aspect: 16:9 (1.896:1*) 1920 × 1080 5% mask portion *When a 2048 ×...
  • Page 119: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting This section may help you isolate the cause of a problem and as a result, eliminate the need to contact your Sony service representative. Symptom Assumed causes Remedy The picture that you wish to The setting of the Input Configuration See the Status menu (page 77) to confirm the display is not displayed.
  • Page 120 Symptom Assumed causes Remedy The signal is not displayed in black The signal is displayed in the interlace Set Interlace to Off (page 67). frame insertion mode. display mode. The 24P or 24PsF signal is displayed. The signal is not displayed in black frame insertion mode when the 24P or 24PsF signal is input.
  • Page 121: Dimensions

    Rear Dimensions 200 (7 Unit: mm (inches) Front 565.5 (22 * When using this hole, use a screw which can be inserted into the monitor to a depth of 6 to 8 mm ( inches). When the controller is attached with the BKM-37H 270 (10 When the tilt unit is removed from the BKM-37H...
  • Page 122 Bottom Bottom 489.8 (19 4-M5 489.8 (19 4-M5 6-Ø8 6-Ø8 30 (1 30 (1 30 (1 30 (1 When the tilt unit is attached to the BKM-37H Front Side 31 (1 266 (10 Dimensions...
  • Page 123: Connection Cable Specifications For Color Temperature Probes

    Connection Cable Specifications for Color Temperature Probes Specified cables are required to connect color temperature The following diagrams show pin assignments to connect probes to the monitor. the supplied connection cable for color temperature adjustment and optional D-sub 9-pin connector. Connection cable for color temperature adjustment (supplied) Mini DIN 8-pin connector (male) Color of cable core...
  • Page 124 Connection cable for DK-Technologies PM 5639/06 probe D-sub 9-pin connector (male) Mini DIN 8-pin connector (male) (optional) Signal Pin number Pin number Signal Connection cable for color temperature adjustment (supplied) Connection cable for X-Rite Eye-One Pro probe D-sub 9-pin connector (female) Mini DIN 8-pin connector (male) (optional) Signal...
  • Page 125: Inserting/ejecting The "memory Stick

    MagicGate is copyright protection technology developed • Be sure to insert the “Memory Stick” in the correct by Sony Corporation. direction. Forcing the “Memory Stick” in the wrong way may damage it. • Insert only the “Memory Stick” into the Memory Stick insertion slot.
  • Page 126 Micro”, “M2” and are trademarks or registered • You cannot record or erase data when the write-protect trademarks of Sony Corporation. tab on the “Memory Stick” is set to LOCK. • Image data may be damaged in the following cases: Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft –...
  • Page 127: Menu Index

    Menu Index The menu index shows the principal menu items provided manual on which the item is explained and the main menu with this monitor in alphabetical sequence. For your that the item belongs to. reference, each menu item is followed by the page of this Menu Item Page Main menu...
  • Page 128 Menu Item Page Main menu Closed Caption System Configuration menu Color Bar Adjustment menu Color Gamut Display Setting menu Color Temp Input Configuration menu Color Temp Adj Adjustment menu Comb Display Function menu Component Level Input Configuration menu Contrast Hold Adjustment menu Adjustment menu Controller...
  • Page 129 Menu Item Page Main menu Group ID System Configuration menu H Delay Display Function menu H Position Display Function menu H Shift Adjustment menu H Shift Offset Input Configuration menu Input Configuration Input Configuration menu Input Detection Display Function menu Input Information System Configuration menu Input No...
  • Page 130 Menu Item Page Main menu Peak White Control Display Setting menu Picture Adj Adjustment menu Picture Preset Input Configuration menu Pixel Threshold Display Function menu Display Function menu Pixel Zoom Setting Display Function menu Position Adj Adjustment menu Post-Process Detection Display Function menu Power System Configuration menu...
  • Page 131 Menu Item Page Main menu Target Color Temp Adjustment menu Target Luminance Adjustment menu Type System Configuration menu User Data Display Setting menu User LUT Display Setting menu User LUT Data Display Setting menu User Matrix/Gamma Display Setting menu V Delay Display Function menu V Position Display Function menu...
  • Page 132 The material contained in this manual consists of information that is the property of Sony Corporation and is intended solely for use by the purchasers of the equipment described in this manual. Sony Corporation expressly prohibits the duplication of any...
  • Page 133 Sony Corporation BVM-L230 (WW) © 2008 3-213-828-13(1)

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