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Table of Contents 1. Operating Instructions BVM-D9H1J/D9H1U/D9H1E/D9H1A/D9H5J/D9H5U/D9H5E/D9H5A D14H1J/D14H1U/D14H1E/D14H1A/D14H5J/D14H5U/D14H5E/D14H5A ........................1-1 2. Service Informations 2-1. Circuit Boards Location ................2-1 2-2-1. Cabinet and Rear Panel Removal ..........2-2 2-2-2. How To Open The B Board ............2-3 2-2-3. Bezel Complete Assy Removal ..........2-3 2-2-4.
5. Circuit Adjustments 5-1. B Board Adjustments .................. 5-1 RGB Signal Adjustment ............. 5-2 15k YPBPR SMPTE (709) Signal Adjustment ......5-3 15k YPBPR SMPTE (601) Signal Adjustment ......5-5 15k YPBPR BETACAM SETUP 0 (601) Signal Adjustment ... 5-6 15k YPBPR BETACAM SETUP 7.5 (601) Signal Adjustment 5-7 33k YPBPR SMPTE (709) Signal Adjustment ......
11. Diagrams 11-1. Frame Schematic Diagrams ..............11-2 11-2. Schematic Diagrams and Printed Wiring Boards ........11-3 Schematic Diagrams BX (1/2) ....................11-4 BX (2/2) ....................11-5 B (1/4) ....................11-7 B (2/4) ....................11-8 B (3/4) ....................11-9 B (4/4) ....................11-10 ....................
TRINITRON COLOR VIDEO MONITOR ® BVM-D9H1J/D9H1U/D9H1E/D9H1A BVM-D9H5J/D9H5U/D9H5E/D9H5A BVM-D14H1J/D14H1U/D14H1E/D14H1A BVM-D14H5J/D14H5U/D14H5E/D14H5A OPERATION MANUAL [Japanese/English] 1st Edition Serial No. 2000001 and Higher...
For the customers in Europe WARNING Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. (BVM-D9H1U/D9H5U, BVM-D14H1U/D14H5U) (BVM-D9H1E/D9H1A/D9H5E/D9H5A, BVM-D14H1E/ Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended This equipment has been tested and found to comply with D14H1A/D14H5E/D14H5A) To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not by the manufacturer.
über Verlängerungskabel, erfolgen. For the customers in the United Kingdom — COLOR TEMP ADJ Menu ..........33(E) f) Erforderliche Abstände (BVM-D9H1E/D9H1A/D9H5E/D9H5A, BVM-D14H1E/ Overview .................33(E) D14H1A/D14H5E/D14H5A) Halten Sie zur Ober- und Unterseite eines in einem Gestell installierten Geräts einen Abstand von 44 mm Structure of the COLOR TEMP ADJ Menu ......
If you have any questions about this unit, contact your Overview .................43(E) used for several days or more. authorized Sony dealer. Structure of the ALIGNMENT Menu ........43(E) • Disconnect the power cord from the AC outlet by Setting Lists of the ALIGNMENT Menu .......43(E) grasping the plug, not by pulling the cord.
The input connector configuration can be D14H1E/D14H1A in an EIA standard 19-inch rack. • Operable by using a Sony lithium ion battery (BP- easily modified and up to three adaptors can be L60/L90A) or DC 12 V external power source.
Location and Function of Parts Overview BKM-120D SDI 4:2:2 Input Adaptor BVM-D9H1U/D9H1E/D9H1A/D9H5U/D9H5E/D9H5A Front Panel Includes a decoder for serial digital component signals. D1 SDI input/output connectors for two serial digital For the BVM-D14H1U/D14H1E/D14H1A/D14H5U/D14H5E/D14H5A, see pages 16(E) to 20(E). channels and active loop-through output connectors. BVM-D9H1U/D9H1E/D9H1A BKM-127W NTSC/PAL Input Adaptor Includes decoders for analog composite NTSC and...
Location and Function of Parts !¡ MANUAL adjustment knobs !£ Function buttons This manual explains the location and function of parts Note and controls of the BVM-D9H5U/D9H5E/D9H5A. Each press of one of these knobs turns the knob’s Change the operation conditions for the monitor. When the STANDBY lamp 2 is blinking, the monitor The explanation also applies to the optional BKM- green LED on or off.
Location and Function of Parts Function buttons in SHIFT OFF mode (LEDs of function buttons in green) Function buttons in SHIFT ON mode (LEDs of function buttons in amber) (Underscan) button: When this button is pushed in (ON), 16:9 button: When this button is pushed in (ON), the aspect the picture is underscanned by 3%, and four ends of the ratio changes to 16:9, and when set to OFF, the aspect raster is displayed on the screen.
Location and Function of Parts 1 PARALLEL REMOTE1/2 connectors 2 DC 12V IN jack (XLR-type, 4-pin) BVM-D9H1U/D9H1E/D9H1A/D9H5U/D9H5E/D9H5A Rear Panel (1: female, D-sub 9-pin, 2: modular connector) Connects the DC 12V external power source to use the Form a parallel switch and controls the monitor monitor.
Location and Function of Parts 7 Analog input/output connectors (BKM-129X) Attaching the AC adaptor or battery Connecting the AC power cord For connecting the BKM-10R Monitor Control Unit Attaching Connect the monitor and control unit using a cable Attach the AC adaptor to the monitor, and then ANALOG connect the supplied AC power cord.
Location and Function of Parts This manual explains the location and function of parts BVM-D14H1U/D14H1E/D14H1A/D14H5U/D14H5E/D14H5A Front Panel and controls of the BVM-D14H5U/D14H5E/D14H5A. INPUT The explanation also applies to the optional BKM- Numeric buttons BVM-D14H5U/D14H5E/D14H5A 10R/11R Monitor Control Unit. 1 Tally lamp Ent button: Confirms the With factory settings, the tally lamp lights as follows values and characters entered...
For more information about the ADDRESS menu, see “Selecting the Monitor to 39(E). Control — ADDRESS Menu” on page 45(E). 9 OVER LOAD lamp Lights when some malfunction has occured. When the OVER LOAD lamp is lit, consult your nearest Sony service facilities.
Location and Function of Parts Function buttons in SHIFT ON mode (LEDs of function buttons in amber) BVM-D14H1U/D14H1E/D14H1A/D14H5U/D14H5E/D14H5A Rear Panel BVM-D14H5U/D14H5E/D14H5A 16:9 button: When this button is pushed in (ON), the aspect ratio changes to 16:9, and when set to OFF, the aspect ratio changes to 4:3. The aspect ratio is fixed to 16:9 when the signal other than 4:3 signal format is input.
Location and Function of Parts 1 PARALLEL REMOTE1/2 connectors 4 Analog input/output connectors (BKM-129X) 6 AC IN connector (3-pin) To switch each function between on and off or (1: female, D-sub 9-pin, 2: modular connector) between enable and disable, change pin connections in Connects the monitor to an AC power source, via the Form a parallel switch and controls the monitor the following way.
Installation of the 4:3 Mask Basic Menu Operations When the aspect ratio is switched from 16:9 to 4:3, BVM-D14H1U/D14H1E/D14H1A/ Menu Operation Buttons replace the 16:9 mask with the supplied 4:3 mask. D14H5U/D14H5E/D14H5A The menus are operated using the menu operation BVM-D9H1U/D9H1E/D9H1A/ buttons on the front panel of the monitor or BKM- Installing the 4:3 mask...
Basic Menu Operations Repeat steps 2 and 3 until the desired menu is Choosing one of two or more selections Displaying the Menus Menu Operation displayed. For more information about setting and Selecting in setting mode Press the MENU button. Follow the steps described below to display the menu adjustments, see below.
Basic Menu Operations Press the ENTER or Ent button. Entering a numerical value ADDRESS Menu “?” is displayed in yellow. The “?” indicates the position where character input is possible. Using the UP/DOWN buttons or PHASE knob, In addition to the menus displayed on the menu list, the C H A N N E L N A M E move the cursor to the desired item and press the...
Preset Adjustment of the Picture Level Control Menu Structure Knobs — CONTROL PRESET ADJ Menu Menus consist of one to three levels. Overview Detailed information on the levels of menus is The preliminary adjustments of chroma, phase, Preset values can be set in the following two ways: described at the top of explanation of each menu.
D9H5U/D9H5E/D9H5A is small. So, when a probe adjustment, press the ENTER or Ent button to confirm other than the Sony BKM-14L is used, use the probe the adjusted values. • Knob adjustment (MANUAL menu) closely to the CRT screen.
Setting the Input Configuration B Adjusting the Color Temperature — COLOR TEMP ADJ Menu — INPUT CONFIG Menu Setting Lists in the COLOR TEMP ADJ Menu Overview This section explains the setting lists displayed in the Note You can set up to nine input channels. To assign D1 serial digital signals menu.
Assigning the Remote Control Functions C Setting the Input Configuration — INPUT CONFIG Menu — REMOTE Menu Setting Lists in the INPUT CONFIG Menu Overview PARALLEL REMOTE 1 and 2 are connected This section explains the setting lists displayed in the H PHASE: Set the horizontal picture position (–128 to The remote control functions are set with the menu.
Setting the Power-Up Conditions and Data about D Assigning the Remote Control Functions — REMOTE Menu the Screen Display — SYSTEM CONFIG Menu Setting Lists of the REMOTE Menu Overview This section explains the setting lists displayed in the The SYSTEM CONFIG menu is displayed on the two monitor.
E Setting the Power-Up Conditions and Data about the Screen Display — SYSTEM CONFIG Menu CONT/BRT HOLD: Select the contrast and [AUTO]: Disappears after displayed for a while. Structure of the SYSTEM CONFIG Menu brightness settings to the center or adjusted value ON: Displayed.
Displaying Information About the Monitor Adjusting the Position, Size and Geometry of — STATUS Menu the Picture — ALIGNMENT Menu Overview Overview The STATUS menu is used to view general data about • Data about the current channel (STATUS menu The ALIGNMENT menu is used for adjusting the the monitor and information about signals assigned to (1/2))
Selecting the Monitor to Control G Adjusting the Position, Size and Geometry of the Picture — ALIGNMENT Menu — ADDRESS Menu [G] ALIGNMENT menu Overview A D D R E S S Adjust the position, size or geometry of the picture - - - with the UP and DOWN buttons or PHASE knob.
Specifications Selecting the Monitor to Control — ADDRESS Menu Nominal chromaticity coordinates: General Cancelling the Remote Control Short-cut Function in the Mode ADDRESS Menu EBU phosphor System 15.625 kHz – 45 kHz (For details, see “Available Signal To cancel the remote control mode, press the When selecting the monitor, short-cut function will 0.640 0.330...
Specifications Dimensional drawing BVM-D9H5U/D9H5E/D9H5A BVM-D14H1U/D14H1E/D14H1A BVM-D14H5U/D14H5E/D14H5A Unit: mm (inches) Unit: mm (inches) Unit: mm (inches) BVM-D9H1U/D9H1E/D9H1A Front Front Front Unit: mm (inches) Front ∅20 ∅22 ( 163 (6 163 (6 217 (8 217 (8 260 (10 Side 340 (13 352.5 (14) 12 ( 346 (13 482 (19)
Specifications Mass BVM-D9H1U/D9H1E/D9H1A: Power requirements Convergence error Video signal approx. 8.1 kg (17 lb 14 oz) BVM-D9H1U/D9H1E/D9H1A/ Within a central area bounded by a when the AC adaptor is installed: circle with a diameter equal to the D9H5U/D9H5E/D9H5A: Frequency response approx.
Specifications Accessories supplied Available Signal Format AC power cord (1) Total lines Active ** Frame AC adaptor (1) (BVM-D9H1U/D9H1E/D9H1A/ System per frame lines per rate (Hz) Standard Scanning format Aspect D9H5U/D9H5E/D9H5A only) frame AC plug holder (1) 575/50I (*PAL) 2:1 interlace 16:9/4:3 ITU 601 Tally plate (1)
Special cables are required to connect color The following diagrams show specifications and pin Modular connector Mini DIN 8-pin connector temperature probes other than the Sony BKM-14L to assignments for the required cables. (male) the monitor. Connection cable for GRASEBY SLS 9400 probe...
Menu Index The menu index shows the menu items provided with Menu Item Page Menu number Main menu this monitor in alphabetical order. For you reference, MAINTENANCE 40(E) [E5] SYSTEM CONFIG menu each menu item is followed by the page of this manual MANUAL 32(E) [A1]...
Menu Configuration MAIN MENU MAIN MENU M E N U M E N U M A N U A L Set the preset value with the C O N T R O L P R E S E T A D J . . . C O N T R O L P R E S E T A D J .
2-2-7. BX Board (BKM-129X) Removal and Check 3 Z COMPL (Part No. : A-1394-977-A) ∗ Insert the Z COMPL into the slot and insert the BX board (BKM-129X) into the connector on the Z COMPL. 1 Loosen two stopper screws. Three slots ∗...
2-2-9. M Block Assy (MA and MB Boards) Removal 2 Screw (+BVTT 3 × 6) CN1105 CN1106 CN103 CN101 CN1100 SERVICE POSITION 3 Remove MA shield MB board in the arrow B direction. MA board 1 Remove M block assy in the arrow A direction.
2-2-10. Picture Tube Removal DY spacer 1 Anode cap 4 Two position washer 9 Picture tube shield assy 2 C board 6 C board band 3 Four flange nut 7 Deflection yoke (M5) 8 DY shield 5 Picture tube • REMOVAL OF ANODE CAP Note: To eliminate electric shock hazard, when replacing the picture tube, short-circuit the anode of the picture tube and the high-voltage terminal of anode cap to the picture tube shield or carbon painted on the picture tube, after removing the anode.
Section 3 Set-Up Adjustments 3-1. Set-Up Adjustment When CRT is Replaced This section describes the adjustments to be performed when the CRT is replaced. [Preparations] ..Required tools and measuring instruments ..Setting the INPUT CONFIGURATION menu 1.
[Focus Adjustment] 1. Connect the 1080/60i cross-hatch signal (see note) to Note: If the uniformity is extremely poor, compromise the ANALOG Y/G input connector. so that the FOCUS AMP is not adjusted to the Note: This is the 1125 (1080) cross-hatch signal. best focus but is adjusted to obtain the reason- 2.
(1) 60 Hz system Mode Signal format Screen mode Adjustment procedure MODE1 1080/60i 16 : 9 NORMAL Perform the adjustment of step 1 to step 8. MODE2 (1125) UNDER SCAN Copy the MODE 1 data. MODE3 1035/60i 16 : 9 NORMAL MODE4 (1125)
[Landing Adjustment] 1. Connect the 480/60i entire-white signal (see note) to the ANALOG Y/G input connector. Green Blue Note: This is the NTSC entire-white signal. 2. Press the SHIFT button to ON. [The LED (orange) on top of the button turns on.] 3.
[H Blanking Adjustment] ..Preparation ..H. Blanking Adjustment 1. Connect the monoscope signal of the signal formats 1. Press the SHIFT button to ON. [The LED (orange) on that are shown in the following table, to the ANA- top of the button turns on.] LOG Y/G input connector.
[V Blanking Adjustment] ..Preparation 8. Adjust the H PHASE data so that the monoscope picture is positioned just in the center of the raster (so 1. Connect the monoscope signal of the signal formats that C = D). that are shown in the following table, to the ANALOG 9.
[Linearity Adjustment] ..Linearity Adjustment (1) ..Linearity Adjustment (2) Connect the 1080/60i (1125) cross-hatch signal to the Note 1) Connect the monoscope signal or the cross- ANALOG Y/G input connector. hatch signal having the following signal formats 2.
Note 2) The following adjustment menus are located in the directory under the DEFLECTION menu of V LIN BAL the MAINTENANCE menu. H SIZE H CENTER V LIN AMP H KEY BAL H KEY H PIN BAL Fig. 1-9 H PIN H COR S H COR PIN H KEY...
[Convergence Adjustment] [Static Convergence Adjustment] ..Preparation ..Horizontal Static Convergence Adjustment 1. Connect the 480/60p cross-hatch signal to the ANA- 1. Adjust RV701 (H. STAT) on the C board so that the LOG Y/G input connector.
[Dynamic Convergence Adjustment] [G2 Adjustment] 1. Minimize the vertical misconvergence in the left-most 1. Connect the 480/60i entire black signal to the ANA- end of the center of a screen and in the right-most end LOG Y/G input connector. of the center of a screen by adjusting the DY correc- 2.
[White Balance Adjustment] 1. Outline of the white balance adjustment and calibra- 2. Preparation for Adjustment tion of the color analyzer that is used for the white 2.1 Connect the 480/60i (525) WINDOW signal to the balance adjustment are described first. ANALOG Y/G input connector.
3.2 Sub Contrast Adjustment 17. Press the SHIFT OFF button [to turn off the LED 1. Connect the 480/60i (525) 100 IRE WINDOW signal (orange) on top of the SHIFT button]. to the ANALOG Y/G input connector. Press the UNDER SCAN button ( ) to its ON 2.
3.4 White Balance Adjustment (3) 3.6 White Balance Adjustment (5) 1. Connect the 1080/60i (1125) 20 IRE WINDOW color 1. Turn off the main POWER switch. difference signal to the ANALOG Y/G input connec- Insert the BKM-120D into the SLOT 2. tor.
Section 4 Safety Related Adjustments This section describes the adjustment procedure that is required when the safety related parts are replaced. [Preparation] ..Required tools and measuring equipment ..Set the INPUT CONFIGURATION menu 1.
+B (135 V) Voltage Check [Connection] 1. Connect a digital voltmeter across C645 on the G G board (Side B) board. Digital 2. Turn on the main power. voltmeter 3. Connect the 1080/60i 100 IRE signal (see note) to input connector. Note: 1125 (1080) 100 IRE signal 4.
High Voltage Hold-Down Check Beam Current Protector Check When the following parts (the parts to which the mark When the following parts (the parts to which the mark is attached on the schematic diagram) are replaced, be sure is attached on the schematic diagram) are replaced, be sure to perform the following checks.
Section 5 Circuit Adjustments 5-1. B Board Adjustments This section describes the following adjustments that are Control Settings ..Set the INPUT CONFIGURATION menu of the SETUP required when the parts are replaced or maintenance is performed in the B board.
Connection (2) TP1302 TP302 TP303 TP1301 TP301 TP1300 TP304 B board -side A- Adjustment Procedure 1. RGB Signal Adjustment Status During Adjustment Specifications Adjustment Point Step 1 Adjust the GREEN waveforms to have Use the adjustment menu Y/G BLACK ..Input the 15 kHz/60 Hz the same amplitude at TP302.
2. 15k YPBPR SMPTE (709) Signal Adjustment 2-1. BLACK Level Adjustment Status During Adjustment Specifications Adjustment Point Step 1 Make flat the pedestal portion of the Use the adjustment menu Y/G BLACK ..Input the 15 kHz/60 Hz YPBPR Y-signal waveform at TP302.
2-3. MATRIX Adjustment Status During Adjustment Specifications Adjustment Point Step 1 GREEN waveform amplitude at TP1301: Use the adjustment menu Y LEVEL 560 ± 20 mVp-p ..Input the 15 kHz/60 Hz YPBPR (50H) that is located under the directory SMPTE (709) 100% color bar signal.
3. 15k YPBPR SMPTE (601) Signal Adjustment Status During Adjustment Specifications Adjustment Point Step 1 GREEN waveform amplitude at TP1301: Use the adjustment menu Y LEVEL 560 ± 20 mVp-p ..Input the 15 kHz/60 Hz YPBPR (51H) that is located under the directory SMPTE (601) 100% color bar signal.
4. 15k YPBPR BETACAM SETUP 0 (601) Signal Adjustment Status During Adjustment Specifications Adjustment Point Step 1 GREEN waveform amplitude at TP1301: Use the adjustment menu Y LEVEL ..Input the 15 kHz/60 Hz YPBPR BETACAM 560 ± 20 mVp-p (52H) that is located under the directory SETUP 0 (601) 75% color bar signal.
5. 15k YPBPR BETACAM SETUP 7.5 (601) Signal Adjustment Status During Adjustment Specifications Adjustment Point Step 1 Make flat the pedestal portion of the Use the adjustment menu Y/G BLACK ..Input the 15 kHz/60 Hz YPBPR Y-signal waveform at TP302.
6. 33k YPBPR SMPTE (709) Signal Adjustment Status During Adjustment Specifications Adjustment Point Step 1 Make flat the PB waveform at TP303. Use the adjustment menu PB/B BLACK Level difference: 0 ± 10 mV ..Input the 33 kHz/60 Hz YPBPR (33H) that is located under the directory SMPTE (709) 100% color bar signal.
Section 6 Circuit Descriptions This section describes the circuit operations of the follow- The current-threshold operation is thus realized by the ing boards used in the BVM-D14H1J/D14H5J. above described circuit operations. (Vd: Voltage across C615. Vin: Input voltage to power supply) 6-1.
3. Over-Voltage Protection and Over-Current This function is effective when the horizontal frequency of Protection Circuit the input signal is 15 kHz (NTSC and PAL). The +135 V voltage line of the main power supply has the Because this circuit produces an ill effect when the stan- over-voltage protection circuit and the over-current dard TV signal is input, use or not-use of this circuit can be protection circuit that protect the power supply circuit and...
6. Dynamic Focus Output Circuit The H. pulse is voltage-divided, wave-shaped by IC2501 The H. focus signal that is output from IC507 pin-17 is and its peripheral circuit, and is sent to IC507 pin-6, the B board and the MA board. amplified by the H.
6-2. G1 Board 6-3. B Board The G1 board is the standby regulator circuit that supplies 1. Clamp Circuit (1) the standby power (STBY5V) for the control system The signal that is selected by the option board is input to devices (such as CPU).
5. OSD Insertion Circuit 9. AUTO CHROMA PHASE The on-screen display of the R-signal is realized by The signals that are output from IC1401 are selected by inserting the OSD blanking with IC1300 (2/3) and by IC2380. Only the sample pulse portion of the selected inserting the OSD with IC1304 (1/3).
6-4. C Board 6-6. MB Board The C board circuit is the CRT drive circuit. 1. Character Display and Internal Signal Generator The R-signal that is input to CN702 is amplified by about 25 dB and inverted by the cascaded amplifier consisting of IC1107 is the character generator IC such as menu charac- Q730, Q732 and Q733, and is sent to the cathode.
Section 9 Electrical Parts List Ref.No. Part No. Description Remark Ref.No. Part No. Description Remark NOTE : • Items marked “ * ” are not stocked since they are seldom required The components identified marked ! are for routine service. Some delay should be anticipated when ordering critical for safety.
Overall (2/2) Overall (2/2) Overall (2/2) H BLK MB BOARD H SYNC B BOARD V BLK V SYNC IC2501 IC507 IC501 IC509 H FOCAP T2502 IC527 IC503(1/2) Q2505 Q2508 H BLK IC526 CONTROL SYNC H SYNC H DY+ PULSE GEN DRIVE H BLK IC506,Q501...
B (1/2), BX, B1, B2 B (1/2) /BX, B1, B2 B Block (1/2) BX Block B1 Block B2 Block SIGNAL SELECT (SIGNAL AMP) (1/2) (SIGNAL SELECT) TB001 SUB CPU IC410 CN401(1/2) TP101 TP300 CN401(2/2) ANALOG I/O IC300 BUFF BUFF TP302 CN001(2/2) CN301 DL405...
B (2/2), C B (2/2), C B Block (2/2) C Block SIGNAL SELECT FROM(1/2) (2/2) RGB MATRIX IC401 IC1304 RGB MATRIX IC1305 IC1300 IC1304 TP701 IC1300 CLAMP CN702 IC1300 CN411(2/2) CN304 B1 BOARD BUFF BUFF R BUFF BUFF BUFF BUFF R AMP BUFF R SW...
G (1/2) G (1/2) G Block (1/2) CN502 B BOARD H BLK CN303 CN501 V BLK MB BOARD CN1101 IC529(1/2) H SYNC V BLK PULSE GEN T2502 V SYNC VD BLK BUFF V TIM Q525 CN2501 H OUT IC507 H DY+ HV OSC Q2508 H DY+...
G (2/2), G1 G (2/2), G1 G Block (2/2) G1 Block T605 (2/2) (MAIN REG) +15V -15V D624 IC606 ±15V RECT IC601 IC602 AC IN POWER FACTOR CONT MAIN SWITCHING +12V Q605 +12V AC 100-240V 50/60Hz CN603 CATHODE T602 IC607 LIVE LIVE D635...
MA, MB MA, MB MA Block MB Block MAIN CPU PARALLEL I/O IC112 Q102 PARALLEL I/O D901-905 CN101 CN103 CN901 IC1105 SLAVE CPU LED DRIVE BX BOARD RESET TALLY(G) TALLY(G) RS485 CONT IC1103 TP1103 RESET Q103,105 CN001 CN1102 RS485 REM1 TP105 TP106 TP107...
HA, HB, HC HA, HB, HC BVM-D14H5 BVM-D14H5 HA Block HB Block HC Block (2/2) IC13 IC12 RS422 DRIVE MAIN CPU BUS SHIFT CN201 MA BOARD R IN SW OUT CN105 ROUT RXD1 RXD0 MISO MISO Q201 TXD0 MOSI MOSI TP204 DOUT IC201...
Section 11 Diagrams Note: [Measuring conditions, voltage and waveform] • Parts marked “ * ” differ according to the model/destination. Refer • A voltage value is the reference value between the measurement to the mount table for each function. point and the earth, when the RGB color bar signal is received •...
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