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[c2]assigning The Remote Control Functions (set Up 2) - Remote Menu; Overview; Structure Of The Remote Menu; Setting Lists Of The Remote Menu - Sony BVM-D32E1WA Maintenance Manual

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Assigning the Remote Control Functions
(SET UP 2) — REMOTE Menu

Overview

The remote control functions are set with the
REMOTE menu. With this monitor, both serial remote
control (REMOTE 1) and parallel remote control
(REMOTE 2) are possible.
The following settings can be made with the REMOTE
menu.
• Settings for the serial remote control (REMOTE
1) (REMOTE 1 CONFIG menu)
An address number (MONITOR ADDRESS) and
group number (GROUP ADDRESS) can be assigned
to the monitor connected to the serial REMOTE 1
connector.
The BVM-xxE/F/G, BVM-Dxx and HDM-xxE series
monitors can be connected.
• Settings for the parallel remote control (REMOTE
2) (REMOTE 2 CONFIG menu)
Functions can be assigned to the pins of the
REMOTE 2 connector.
• ON/OFF setting for the parallel remote control
(REMOTE 2) (REMOTE 2 menu)
Priority order of the remote control functions
It is possible to simultaneously use the BKM-10R/11R
Monitor Control Unit, REMOTE 1, and REMOTE 2
for control, but commands from REMOTE 2 have
priority. Therefore, it is impossible for the BKM-10R/
11R or REMOTE 1 to change items set by REMOTE 2.
There is no priority order between commands from
REMOTE 1 and the BKM-10R/11R control panel.

Structure of the REMOTE Menu

Level 1
Level 2
INPUT CONFIGURATION C1
REMOTE C2
REMOTE 1 CONFIG C21
PASSWORD C3
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION C4
ON SCREEN SET C5
REMOTE 2 CONFIG C22
ALIGNMENT C6
REMOTE 2
WHITE UNIFORMITY C7
EXTEND MENU C8
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About monitor address and group numbers
The BKM-10R/11R Monitor Control Units are able to
control up to 32 monitors connected via serial remote
connector (using the REMOTE 1 connector). By
giving each monitor a monitor address and group
number, it is possible to control just a specific monitor
or monitor group.
With the REMOTE 1 CONFIG menu, each monitor
can be set with a monitor address and group number,
between 1 and 99.
The ADDRESS menu is used to select a particular
monitor or group by entering a monitor number or
group number.
For information about the ADDRESS menu, see "Selecting
the Monitor to Control — ADDRESS Menu" on page 60.
Note
The address number must differ from one monitor to
another. If two or more monitors have the same
address number, an operation error occurs.
Level 3
Level 4
MONITOR ADDRESS
GROUP ADDRESS
1 PIN
C221
CH (1/2)
2 PIN
3 PIN
BLUE ONLY (2/2)
4 PIN
5 PIN
6 PIN
7 PIN
8 PIN

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 23.
• 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.
[C2] REMOTE menu
Select the type of remote control.
REMOTE 1 CONFIG... : Set the address and group
number of the monitor controlled via the
REMOTE 1 (serial remote control) connector.
÷[C21]
REMOTE 2 CONFIG... : Set the pin assignments for
the REMOTE 2 (parallel remote control)
connector. ÷[C22]
REMOTE 2: Select whether parallel remote control
will be used or not (ON or OFF).
[C21] REMOTE 1 CONFIG menu
Set the monitor address and group number.
MONITOR ADDRESS: Enter an address number.
GROUP ADDRESS: Enter a group number.
[C22] REMOTE 2 CONFIG menu
Select the REMOTE 2 connector pins for which you
want to change the function. The factory settings for
each pin are given below. ÷[C221]
1 PIN: CH01
2 PIN: CH02
3 PIN: EXT SYNC
4 PIN: MONO
5 PIN: SAFE AREA
6 PIN: unused
7 PIN: unused
8 PIN: TALLY
[C221] 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.
COMB: Set the comb filter on or off.
APERTURE: Set the correction of frequency
characteristics enabled or disabled.
MONO: Set monochrome display on or off.
[C221] 1-8 PIN menu (2/2)
Assign a function to the selected pin.
BLUE ONLY: Set the blue signal pictures display
(monochrome) on or off.
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.
SAFE AREA ON: Set the safe area display on or off.
CAPTION VISION: Set Caption Vision on or off.
TALLY ON: Set tally signals on or off.
DEGAUSS ON: Set degaussing on or off.
POWER OFF: Set the monitor power on or off.
For the pin assignment, see "REMOTE 2 connector" in the
Location and Function of Parts on page 14.
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