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Warning Messages; Displaying The Warning Information - Panasonic AJ-HD1400E Operating Instructions Manual

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Error messages

Displaying the warning information

A warning message appears when a warning has occurred. "NO WARNING" appears when a warning has not occurred.
When more than one warning has occurred simultaneously, move the joystick up or down to check the description of each
warning.

Warning messages

Priority
Monitor display
High
E-20
(DEW)
E-95
(INVALID
EMBEDDED TC)
E-92
(1394 INITIAL
ERROR)
E-04
(UNKNOWN SIG)
E-90
(NOT 1X 100M SIG)
E-16
(INVALID VIDEO
SIG)
E-17
(INVALID AUDIO
SIG)
E-18
(INVALID TC SIG)
E-14
(NO MATCH SIG)
E-10
(FAN STOP)
E-09
(NO RF)
*1 This error message always appears in the EE mode.
In such a case, black signals are recorded as the video signals, and the audio signals are muted.
*2: This error message always appears in the EE mode.
In such a case, the audio signals are muted.
*3: This error message always appears in the EE mode.
In such a case, the time code of the time code generator inside this unit is recorded as the time code signal.
(continued)
Description
If condensation is detected, the error number flashes and
the unit transfers to eject mode. The drum rotates after
the cassette is ejected to eliminate the condensation.
Once the unit is released from condensation status, the
error message display is cleared and the VTR is able to
be used.
If condensation is detected in the eject mode, the drum
starts rotating as soon as it is detected.
If condensation is detected when the cassette has
been inserted, the drum rotation is stopped, and after
the tape is ejected, the drum starts rotating.
(When "SLTC" is selected in menu No. 032 REC REF)
Appear when a time code for a signal input into the HD
SDI IN connector is not stepping at the standard rate in
synchronizing the image frames to be recorded with the
time code.
Display if the IEEE1394 digital interface connection status
is irregular
This appears when the signals supplied from the
IEEE1394 digital interface are not DVCPRO/DV format
signals.
This appears when the initialization process fails during
communication via the IEEE1394 digital interface.
This appears when the compressed video signals
supplied from the IEEE1394 digital interface are irregular
signals.
This warning appears only during recording operations.
In such cases, no signals are recorded on the tape,
and only erasure of existing signals is performed.
This appears when the audio signals supplied from the
IEEE1394 digital interface are irregular signals.
This warning appears only during recording operations.
In such cases, the signals are recorded with the audio
signals muted.
This appears when the time code information supplied
from the IEEE1394 digital interface is irregular
information.
This warning appears only during recording operations.
In such cases, the internally generated time code is
recorded.
This appears when the signals supplied to the IEEE1394
digital interface are at variance from the system format
which is set by this unit.
This appears when the fan motor has shut down.
The power automatically turns off if 5 minutes pass with
the fan stopped.
This appears when a blank section lasting for more than
one second on the tape has been detected during
playback.
A blank section is identified as such when all the following
conditions are met:
There are no output signals from any of the heads.
The playback data cannot be read.
There is no CTL signal (DV/DVCAM tapes excluded).
Corrective action
Leave the power on and wait.
Check the time code
information of the input signal.
If the cable connection is in
loop status, reconnect to 1 to
1.
If not using the loop
connection, turn the POWER
switch OFF > ON.
Check that the 1394 input has
been connected properly.
Check the input signal.
Check the 1394 input signals.It
is possible that playback
signals of an unrecorded tape
are being input.
Check the 1394 input signals.It
is possible that signals other
than 1x playback signals are
being input from a VTR or
other device.
Check the time code of the
device which is supplying the
time code.
Check the input signal.
Check the fan for foreign
matter.
Check the tape. It is possible
that an unrecorded tape has
been loaded.
VTR operation
EJECT
Operation
continues.
Signal input
and output
through the
IEEE1394
digital interface
is stopped.
No recording o
perations are
possible.
Operation
1
continues.*
Operation
1
continues.*
Operation
2
continues.*
Operation
3
continues.*
Operation
1
continues.*
Operation
continues.
Operation
continues.
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