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D Assigning The Remote Control Functions - Remote Menu; Overview; Setting Lists Of The Remote Menu - Sony TRINITRON BVM-D9H1U Maintenance Manual

Color video monitor chassis no. scc-p31c-a; scc-g10d-a; scc-g09f-a; scc-p31f-a; scc-g10g-a; scc-g09g-a.
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D Assigning the Remote Control Functions — REMOTE Menu

Setting Lists of the REMOTE Menu

This section explains the setting lists displayed in the
menu.
How to read the setting lists
• For purposes of explanation, each setting list is
preceded by a menu number. These numbers are not
displayed on the screen.
For more information about the menu number, see "About
menu numbers" on page 26(E).
• The arrow mark (÷) refers you to another setting list
that appears after you make the setting, or to an
operation that is carried out as a result of the setting.
When there is no arrow mark, the menu does not have
any sub-list.
[D] REMOTE menu
Select the type of remote control.
SERIAL REMOTE : Set the address and group
number of the monitor controlled via the SERIAL
REMOTE connector. ÷[D1]
PARALLEL REMOTE: Select whether parallel
remote control will be used or not (ON or OFF.)
PARALLEL REMOTE CONFIG : Set the pin
assignments for the PARALLEL REMOTE
connector. ÷[D2]
[D1] SERIAL REMOTE menu
Set the monitor address and group number.
MONITOR ADDRESS: Enter a number.
GROUP ADDRESS: Enter a number.
[D2] PARALLEL REMOTE CONFIG menu
Select the PARALLEL REMOTE connector pins for
which you want to change the function. The factory
settings for each pin are given below. ÷[D211]
PINs 1 to 4, and PIN 6 of the PARALLEL REMOTE
1 and 2 are common settings.
1 PIN: CH01
2 PIN: CH02
3 PIN: TALLY RED
4 PIN: TALLY GREEN
5 PIN: EXT SYNC (PARALLEL REMOTE [1])
GND (PARALLEL REMOTE [2])
6 PIN: UNDERSCAN
7 PIN: 16:9
8 PIN: 4:3 MARKER
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Note
PINs 1 to 4, and PIN 6 of the PARALLEL REMOTE
1 and 2 are connected inside the unit, therefore
different functions cannot be assigned to those pins.
[D211] (1/2) 1-8 PIN menu (1/2)
Assign a function to the selected pin.
CH: Select a channel number. Enter the desired
channel number with the numeric keypad.
----: Set to unused.
UNDER SCAN: Set underscan on or off.
16:9: Set a 16:9 aspect ratio on or off.
H DELAY: Set the horizontal sync display on or off.
V DELAY: Set the vertical sync display on or off.
EXT SYNC: Set the synchronization to external sync
signals enabled or disabled.
APERTURE: Set the correction of frequency
characteristics enabled or disabled.
MONO: Set monochrome display on or off.
BLUE ONLY: Set the blue signal pictures display
(monochrome) on or off.
[D211] (2/2) 1-8 PIN menu (2/2)
Assign a function to the selected pin.
R OFF: Set cutting red beams enabled or disabled.
G OFF: Set cutting green beams enabled or disabled.
B OFF: Set cutting blue beams enabled or disabled.
4:3 MARKER: Set the 4:3 marker display on or off.
CAPTION VISION: Set Caption Vision on or off.
TALLY RED: Set tally red on or off.
TALLY GREEN: Set tally green on or off.
DEGAUSS: Set degaussing on or off.
POWER OFF: Set the monitor power on or off.
For the pin assignment, see "PARALLEL REMOTE 1/2
connectors" in the Location and Function of Parts on page
13(E) for BVM-D9H1U/D9H1E/D9H1A/D9H5U/D9H5E/
D9H5A or page 22(E) for BVM-D14H1U/D14H1E/
D14H1A/D14H5U/D14H5E/D14H5A.
E
Setting the Power-Up Conditions and Data about
the Screen Display — SYSTEM CONFIG Menu

Overview

The SYSTEM CONFIG menu is displayed on the two
pages.
The SYSTEM CONFIG (1/2) menu is used for the
following settings:
• Power-up condition (STANDBY MODE menu)
This menu sets the condition of the monitor when the
MAIN POWER switch on the rear panel is switched
on (BVM-D14H1U/D14H1E/D14H1A/D14H5U/
D14H5E/D14H5A) or when the battery is installed
(BVM-D9H1U/D9H1E/D9H1A/D9H5U/D9H5E/
D9H5A.)
• Power-up input channel (DEFAULT CH menu)
This menu sets the power-up input channel.
• Time from power-up until degauss (DEGAUSS
DELAY menu)
If several monitors are turned on at the same time and
all start degaussing at the same time, there will be a
very large current draw on the power supply for a few
moments. To prevent this, the delay time between
power-up and degaussing can be set for each monitor
independently.
• Setting of the contrast and brightness after
adjusting the white balance (CONT/BRT HOLD
menu)
Selects if the adjusted contrast and brightness are
retained or they are reset to the center values, when
the color temperature is adjusted in the COLOR
TEMP ADJ menu.
• Assigning shortcut to the COLOR TEMP ADJ
menu to the [F2] key (COL TEMP SHORT-CUT
menu)
Assigns the shortcut to the MANUAL menu of the
COLOR TEMP ADJ menu to the [F2] key. This
allows you to jump directly to the MANUAL menu
corresponding to the color temperature set to the
currently displayed image (STD/COL 1/COL 2.)
• Auto color control (ACC SW menu) (when using
the BKM-127W)
Selects if the ACC (Auto Color Control) circuit is
turned on or off.
• Selecting the monitor to copy the original data
(CONFIG COPY menu)
Setting data of the INPUT CONFIG and SYSTEM
CONFIG (except the DEGAUSS DELAY data)
menus can be copied from the serial connected
monitor.
The SYSTEM CONFIG (2/2) menu is used for the
following settings:
• Display mode and position of the signal format
(FORMAT DISPLAY and POSITION menus)
• Display mode and position of the channel number
(CH NO and POSITION menus)
• Display mode and position of the channel name
(CH NAME and POSITION menus)
• Display mode of the caption (CAPTION menu)
• Maintenance (MAINTENANCE menu)
This is for a service qualified personnel.
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