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TRINITRON
BVM-D20F1U/D20F1E/D20F1A
BVM-D24E1WU/D24E1WE/D24E1WA
BVM-D32E1WU/D32E1WE/D32E1WA
OPERATION MANUAL
1st Edition (Revised 7)
Serial No. 2000001 and Higher
COLOR VIDEO MONITOR
®
[English]

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  • Page 1 TRINITRON COLOR VIDEO MONITOR ® BVM-D20F1U/D20F1E/D20F1A BVM-D24E1WU/D24E1WE/D24E1WA BVM-D32E1WU/D32E1WE/D32E1WA OPERATION MANUAL 1st Edition (Revised 7) Serial No. 2000001 and Higher [English]...
  • Page 2 WARNING To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only. AVERTISSEMENT Afin d’éviter tout risque d’incendie ou d’électrocution, ne pas exposer cet appareil à...
  • Page 3 WARNING: THIS WARNING IS APPLICABLE FOR USA ONLY. If used in USA, use the UL LISTED power cord specified below. DO NOT USE ANY OTHER POWER CORD. Plug Cap Parallel blade with ground pin (NEMA 5-15P Configuration) Cord Type SVT, three 16 or 18 AWG wires Length Less than 2.5 m (8 ft 3 in) Rating...
  • Page 4 Voor de klanten in Nederland • Dit apparaat bevat een vast ingebouwde batterij die niet vervangen hoeft te worden tijdens de levensduur van het apparaat. • Raadpleeg uw leverancier indien de batterij toch vervangen moet worden. De batterij mag alleen vervangen worden door vakbekwaam servicepersoneel.
  • Page 5 ATTENTION - When the product is installed in a rack: a) Elevated operating ambient temperature If installed in a closed or multi-unit rack assembly, the operating ambient temperature of the rack environment may be greater than room ambient. Therefore, consideration should be given to installing the equipment in an environment compatible with the manufacture’s maximum rated ambient temperature (Tmra: 0 C to 35 C (32 F to 95 F)).
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Chapter 1 Overview Chapter 2 Menu (Continued) Precautions ... 3 Overview ... 4 Features ... 4 Options ... 5 Connector Panel Configuration ... 7 Installing a Decoder Adaptor ... 9 Location and Function of Parts ... 10 Front Panel ...
  • Page 8 Table of Contents Chapter 3 Appendix [C5]Setting the Screen Display (SET UP 5) — ON SCREEN SET Menu ... 46 Overview ... 46 Structure of the ON SCREEN SET Menu ... 46 Setting Lists of the ON SCREEN SET Menu ... 47 [C6]Adjusting Geometry and Convergence (SET UP 6) —...
  • Page 9: Precautions

    When shipping the unit to another location, repack it as illustrated on the carton. If you have any questions about this unit, contact your authorized Sony dealer. On rack mounting When the monitor is mounted on a rack, the...
  • Page 10: Overview

    For effective picture size, see “Specifications” on page 62. ® 2) Trinitron is a registered trademark of Sony Corporation. 3) For details on the signal format, see “Available Signal Formats” on page 65. Controlling monitor groups Up to 32 monitors can be controlled from one control unit by the RS-485 serial remote connections.
  • Page 11: Options

    Blue-only mode convenient for monitoring noise All three CRT cathodes can be driven with a blue signal, producing a monochrome display. This mode is convenient for chroma and phase adjustment, and for monitoring VTR noise. Matrix selection The ITU-601, ITU-709 and SMPTE-240M matrix modes can be selected for individual input signals.
  • Page 12 Overview Decoder and input expansion adaptors The input connector panel is configured by sliding the optional decoder adaptor or input expansion adaptor into the input option slot at the rear of the monitor. Up to four adaptors can be installed to the monitor. The input signal type for each connector of the adaptor is set with the INPUT CONFIGURATION menu, in accordance with the configuration of the connector...
  • Page 13: Connector Panel Configuration

    Connector Panel Configuration The unit comes standard with connectors for one channel of Y/P or GBR. By adding the optional decoder adaptor or input expansion adaptors, the input/ output connector panel can be assembled in a wide variety of configurations. The signals that each of the adaptors’...
  • Page 14 Overview BKM-20D BKM-21D Adaptor SDI 4:2:2 SDI Multi name Decoder Decoder Signal Adaptor Adaptor format Serial Component 525/625 digital input Composite NTSC Composite HD SDI Analog Composite NTSC input Composite Composite PAL-M Composite SECAM 525/625 525/625 NTSC PAL-M /GBR 1080/48I /GBR 1080/50I /GBR...
  • Page 15: Installing A Decoder Adaptor

    Installing a Decoder Adaptor Each decoder adaptor can be installed in any input option slot. Note Turn off the main power of the monitor and disconnect the AC power cord before installing or removing adaptors. Remove the cover of an input option slot on the rear panel of the monitor.
  • Page 16: Location And Function Of Parts

    Location and Function of Parts Front Panel BVM-D20F1U/D20F1E/D20F1A 5 OPTION connector BVM-D24E1WU/D24E1WE/D24E1WA/D32E1WU/D32E1WE/D32E1WA 5 OPTION connector • The illustration above shows the BVM-D24E1WU/D24E1WE/D24E1WA. 1 Tally lamp 2 POWER lamp 3 STANDBY lamp 4 OVER LOAD lamp 1 Tally lamp 2 POWER lamp 3 STANDBY lamp 4 OVER LOAD lamp...
  • Page 17 1 Tally lamp With factory settings, the tally lamp lights when pins No. 8 and No. 9 of the REMOTE 2 connector on the rear panel are shorted. By changing the setting in the REMOTE menu, different pins on the remote connector can be used to control the tally lamp.
  • Page 18: Rear Panel

    Location and Function of Parts Rear Panel BVM-D20F1U/D20F1E/D20F1A 5 Analog input/output connectors 6 Input option slots 7 REMOTE 1 connectors 8 REMOTE 2 connector 9 ISR connector !º CONTROL UNIT connector BVM-D24E1WU/D24E1WE/D24E1WA/D32E1WU/D32E1WE/D32E1WA 5 Analog input/output connectors 6 Input option slots 7 REMOTE 1 connectors 8 REMOTE 2 connector 9 ISR connector...
  • Page 19 1 MAIN POWER switch When turned on, the monitor enters operation mode. By setting in the SYSTEM CONFIGURATION menu, the monitor can also be set to enter standby mode when the MAIN POWER switch is turned on. Note When the monitor is turned on, “INITIALIZING” is displayed.
  • Page 20 Location and Function of Parts 7 REMOTE 1 connectors (female, D-sub 9-pin) REMOTE 1 REMOTE 1 IN connector REMOTE 1 OUT connector These are RS-485 serial interface connectors, used for connecting two or more BVM-Dxx, BVM-xxE/F/G and HDM-xxE series monitors. The IN and OUT connectors form a loop-through connection.
  • Page 21: Bkm-10r Monitor Control Unit (optional)

    BKM-10R Monitor Control Unit (Optional) This manual explains the location and function of parts and controls of the optional BKM-10R Monitor Control Unit. The explanation applies to the optional BKM-11R Monitor Control Unit. 1 Monitor memory card insertion slot 2 SHIFT button 3 Function buttons 4 Menu operation buttons...
  • Page 22 Location and Function of Parts 6 DEGAUSS button Press to degauss the CRT (every time the monitor is turned on, the CRT is degaussed automatically). To degauss again, wait for more than five minutes. 7 DISPLAY UNIT connector (rear) Connect to the CONTROL UNIT connector of the monitor, using an optional RCC-5G/10G/30G cable or the cable supplied with the BKM-32H or BKM-34H Monitor Control Unit Attachment Kit.
  • Page 23 Function buttons in SHIFT OFF mode (LEDs of function buttons in green) MONO COMB BLUE 16 : 9 SYNC ONLY (Underscan) button: When this button is pushed in (ON), the picture is underscanned by 3%, and four ends of the raster is displayed on the screen.
  • Page 24 Location and Function of Parts Function buttons in SHIFT ON mode (LEDs of function buttons in amber) MONO COMB BLUE 16 : 9 SYNC ONLY 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.
  • Page 25 Aperture modification frequency for each signal format Signal format 575/50I 5 MHz 480/60I 5 MHz 1080/48I 1080/50I 575/50P 480/60P 1035/60I 1080/60I 720/60P An empty frame in the table means that the signal cannot be input or the aperture modification can not operate for that signal even if it is input.
  • Page 26 Location and Function of Parts Inserting/ejecting the BKM-12Y Memory Monitor Card Proceed as illustrated to insert and eject an optional BKM-12Y Monitor Memory Card. For information about operations on monitor memory card data, see “ [D] Monitor Memory Card Data Operations — MEMORY CARD menu”...
  • Page 27: Installation Of The 4:3 Mask (bvm-d20f1u/d20f1e/d20f1a Only)

    Installation of the 4:3 Mask (BVM-D20F1U/D20F1E/D20F1A only) When the BVM-D20F1U/D20F1E/D20F1A aspect ratio is switched from 16:9 to 4:3, replace the 16:9 mask with the supplied 4:3 mask. Installing the 4:3 mask Remove the 16:9 mask by pulling the top side out and then lifting up from the bottom side.
  • Page 28: Chapter 2 Menu Basic Menu Operations

    Basic Menu Operations Menu Operation Buttons The menus are operated using the menu operation buttons on the BKM-10R Monitor Control Unit (optional). The operations are the same for the BKM- 11R (optional). MENU DOWN ENTER MANUAL The functions of the menu operation buttons are described below.
  • Page 29: Displaying The Menus

    Displaying the Menus Press the MENU button. The menu list is displayed on the screen. M E N U C O N T R O L P R E S E T A D J . . . C O L O R T E M P A D J .
  • Page 30: Basic Menu Operations

    Basic Menu Operations Repeat steps 2 and 3 until the desired menu is displayed. For more information about setting and adjustments, see below. I N P U T C O N F I G U R A T I O N F O R M A T .
  • Page 31: Entering Characters

    Entering a numerical value Using the UP/DOWN buttons or PHASE knob, move the cursor to the desired item and press the ENTER or Ent button. The selected item is displayed in yellow text and set to setting mode. I N P U T C O N F I G U R A T I O N F O R M A T .
  • Page 32: Address Menu

    Basic Menu Operations ADDRESS Menu In addition to the menus displayed on the menu list, the ADDRESS menu is provided. This ADDRESS menu is used to select the monitor or the monitor group by assigning the address number or group address number, so that when several monitors are connected together via serial remote ports, the control panel can select which monitor to control.
  • Page 33: Menu Structure

    Menu Structure Menus consist of two to six levels. The Main Menus displayed on the Menu List and Level 1 are shown below. Main Menu CONTROL PRESET ADJ A COLOR TEMP ADJ B SET UP C MEMORY CARD D COPY FROM E STATUS F KEY PROTECT G Detailed information on the levels of menus is...
  • Page 34: A Preset Adjustment Of The Picture Level Control Knobs - Control Preset Adj Menu

    Preset Adjustment of the Picture Level Control Knobs — CONTROL PRESET ADJ Menu Overview The preliminary adjustments of contrast, brightness, chroma and phase are carried out with the CONTROL PRESET ADJ menu, to set the preset values to the knobs for the above-mentioned adjustments. Preset values can be set either commonly to all channels or separately for individual channels.
  • Page 35 [A1] PRESET menu/CH SET menu Select the setting method. MANUAL... : Set with the MANUAL knobs. ÷[A11] AUTO... : Set by automatic adjustment. ÷[A12] COPY FROM... : Copy data from elsewhere. ÷[A13] [A2] MATRIX menu Select the data area for the YP (SMPTE/EBU-N10), SDI 4:2:2 and HD SDI signals.
  • Page 36: B Adjusting The Color Temperature - Color Temp Adj Menu

    • Automatic adjustment using a probe (PROBE menu) You can use the following probes for automatic adjustment of color temperature. Except for the Sony BKM-14L, a cable is required to connect the color analyzer to the monitor. Manufacturer...
  • Page 37: Structure Of The Color Temp Adj Menu

    Level 2 Level 3 ADJUST MANUAL B11 ORIGINAL VALUE COL1 SIGNAL COL2 CH SET PROBE B12 SONY BKM-14L B121 GRASEBY SLS9400 MINOLTA CA-100 PHILIPS RM5639 THOMA TF6 COPY FROM B13 OTHER VALUE B131 OTHER MONITOR B132 MEMORY CARD B133 ADJUST...
  • Page 38: Setting Lists In The Color Temp Adj Menu

    Conditions and Decoder (SET UP 4) — SYSTEM CONFIGURATION Menu” on page 44. [B12] PROBE menu Select the probe for color temperature adjustment. SONY BKM-14L...: Use the BKM-14L. [B121] GRASEBY SLS 9400...: Use the SLS 9400. [B122] MINOLTA CA-100...: Use the CA-100.
  • Page 39 • If you cannot execute an ADJUST or ANALYZE menu operation when using the Sony BKM-14L probe, try again after disconnecting and reconnecting the probe. • When using the Thoma TF6 probe, set the TF6 PRINT menu to off. [B121] SONY BKM-14L menu Select the BKM-14L operation.
  • Page 40 B Adjusting the Color Temperature — COLOR TEMP ADJ Menu [B1321] MONITOR ADDRESS menu Select STD, COL1, COL2, or CH SET. carried out. STD: Copy common data (factory setting: D65). COL1: Copy common data (factory setting: D93). COL2: Copy common data (factory setting: D56/ CH SET: Copy data from a particular channel.
  • Page 41: [c1]setting The Input Configuration (set Up 1) - Input Configuration Menu

    [C1] Setting the Input Configuration (SET UP 1) — INPUT CONFIGURATION Menu Overview Data pertaining to the input signals are set with the INPUT CONFIGURATION menu. When a channel number (1 to 90) is entered with the numeric keypad, it is then possible to set which input connector on the rear panel will be assigned to that channel number, and select the type of signal that will be connected.
  • Page 42: Structure Of The Input Configuration Menu

    [C1] Setting the Input Configuration (SET UP 1) — INPUT CONFIGURATION Menu Structure of the INPUT CONFIGURATION Menu Level 1 Level 2 INPUT CONFIGURATION C1 (1/2) xxCH FORMAT C11 SLOT NO INPUT NO YC SEP C12 SYNC MODE SCREEN MODE C13 SAFE AREA DISPLAY SAFE AREA MODE C14 APERTURE...
  • Page 43: Setting Lists In The Input Configuration Menu

    Setting Lists in the INPUT CONFIGURATION 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.
  • Page 44 [C1] Setting the Input Configuration (SET UP 1) — INPUT CONFIGURATION Menu Notes • Even when selecting AUTO, also select NTSC (SETUP 7.5 or 0), PAL (S or D), and PAL-M (S or • If there is no input connector or decoder corresponding to a format, that format will not be selectable (the cursor will skip over that entry).
  • Page 45 Note The size of the safe area for the 16:9-xx% or 4:3-xx% setting depends on the 16:9 button ON/OFF setting. BVM-D20F1U/D20F1E/D20F1A With 16:9 button ON With 16:9 button OFF 16:9 80% 16:9 80% 4:3 80% 4:3 80% BVM-D24E1WU/D24E1WE/D24E1WA/ D32E1WU/D32E1WE/D32E1WA With 16:9 button ON With 16:9 button OFF 16:9 80% 4:3 80%...
  • Page 46: [c2]assigning The Remote Control Functions (set Up 2) - Remote Menu

    [C2] 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.
  • Page 47: Setting Lists Of The 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.
  • Page 48: [c3]setting The Password (set Up 3) -password Menu

    [C3] Setting the Password (SET UP 3) — PASSWORD Menu Overview A four-digit password can be specified and applied to desired menu options to prohibit the menu settings from being changed without permission. With the PASSWORD menu, you can change the password (CHANGE PASSWORD menu) and apply the password to a desired menu item (APPLY PASSWORD menu).
  • Page 49 [C3] PASSWORD menu Enter the password for the PASSWORD menu. ENTER PASSWORD: Enter the password (factory setting: 9999). ÷[C31] [C31] ENTER PASSWORD menu Choose what action to perform with the password. CHANGE PASSWORD... : Change the password. ÷[C311] APPLY PASSWORD... : Assign the password to a menu item.
  • Page 50: Menu

    [C4] Setting the Channel Selection Method, Power-Up Conditions and Decoder (SET UP 4) — SYSTEM CONFIGURATION Menu Overview The SYSTEM CONFIGURATION menu is used for the following settings: • Channel number entry method (INPUT SELECT menu) This menu sets the way in which the numeric keypad can be used to enter channel numbers.
  • Page 51: Setting Lists Of The System Configuration Menu

    Setting Lists of the SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 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.
  • Page 52: [c5]setting The Screen Display (set Up 5) - On Screen Set Menu

    [C5] Setting the Screen Display (SET UP 5) — ON SCREEN SET Menu Overview The ON SCREEN SET menu is used to select the type of information that will be displayed on the screen and how that information will be displayed. The types of information that can be set are as follows: Structure of the ON SCREEN SET Menu Level 1...
  • Page 53: Setting Lists Of The On Screen Set Menu

    Setting Lists of the ON SCREEN SET 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.
  • Page 54: [c6]adjusting Geometry And Convergence (set Up 6) - Alignment Menu

    [C6] Adjusting Geometry and Convergence (SET UP 6) — ALIGNMENT Menu Overview The ALIGNMENT menu is used for adjusting geometry and convergence. Note Adjust the beam landing ([C8]) after the geometry and convergence adjustments have been completed. The following adjustments can be performed with the three pages of the ALIGNMENT menu.
  • Page 55 [C6] ALIGNMENT menu (1/3) Adjust the position or size of the picture with the UP and DOWN buttons or PHASE knob. ROTATION: Compensates for the screen rotation which occurs when the monitor is installed facing north or south. H PHASE: Adjust the horizontal picture position. V CENTER: Adjust the vertical picture position.
  • Page 56 [C6] Adjusting Geometry and Convergence (SET UP 6) — ALIGNMENT Menu [C61] CONV FINE ADJUST menu (BVM- D32E1WU/D32E1WE/D32E1WA only) Adjust the convergence finely at each adjustment point on the screen with the MANUAL knobs. The signal format and screen size for the adjustment are displayed on the top of the screen.
  • Page 57: D24e1wa/d32e1wu/d32e1we/d32e1wa Only)

    [C7] Adjusting Beam Landing and Digital Uniformity (SET UP 7) — WHITE UNIFORMITY Menu Overview The following two adjustments can be performed using the WHITE UNIFORMITY menu, by making the white in the picture as uniform as possible. • Correcting the shift of beam landing caused by the earth’s magnetism (LANDING ADJUST menu) •...
  • Page 58: Setting Lists Of The White Uniformity Menu

    (LANDING ADJUST menu). Select the method of adjustment in this menu. MANUAL... : Adjust with the MANUAL knobs. ÷[C71] AUTO... : Automatically adjust using the Sony BKM- 14L Auto Setup Probe. ÷[C72] SIGNAL: Select the white signal to be used for adjustment.
  • Page 59 [C721] SET PROBE ON CURSOR To perform adjustment, operate the BKM-14L as follows: (1) Place the BKM-14L to the cursor displayed on the bottom left of the screen. ÷ The adjustment starts. “IN PROGRESS” appears during adjustment, and the cursor is displayed at the next adjustment point when the adjustment is completed.
  • Page 60: White Uniformity Menu

    [C7] Adjusting Beam Landing and Digital Uniformity (SET UP 7) — WHITE UNIFORMITY Menu In the same way, adjust each adjustment point guided by the cursor. When the adjustment of all the points is completed, the screen automatically returns to the WHITE UNIFORMITY menu (2/2) ([C7]).
  • Page 61: [c8]using Extended Functions (set Up 8) - Extend Menu

    [C8] Using Extended Functions (SET UP 8) — EXTEND Menu Overview The following six functions can be executed with the EXTEND menu. • Loading factory default data for installed boards into memory (RE-LOAD FACTORY DATA menu) • Writing monitor setting and adjustment data to the monitor memory card, or read setting and adjustment data from the monitor memory card (MEMORY CARD menu)
  • Page 62 [C8] Using Extended Functions (SET UP 8) — EXTEND Menu [C8] EXTEND menu Enter the password (ENTER PASSWORD [C81]) When the correct password is entered, the following item appears. Choose the function to execute. RE-LOAD FACTORY DATA... : Restore factory default data for the board installed in the selected slot.
  • Page 63: [d] Monitor Memory Card Data Operations - Memory Card Menu

    Monitor Memory Card Data Operations — MEMORY CARD Menu Overview Operations on monitor memory card data are performed with the MEMORY CARD menu. The following operations are possible with the MEMORY CARD menu. • Writing data to a monitor memory card (SAVE menu) Structure of the MEMORY CARD Menu Main Menu...
  • Page 64: [e] Monitor-to-monitor Data Copy - Copy From Menu

    Monitor-to-Monitor Data Copy — COPY FROM Menu Overview When multiple BVM-DxxE/DxxF series monitors are connected via their serial remote ports, data can be shared between the monitors by data copy. The data copy from one monitor to another is accomplished with the COPY menu.
  • Page 65: [f] Displaying Information About The Monitor - Status Menu

    Displaying Information About the Monitor — STATUS Menu Overview The STATUS menu is used to view general data about the monitor status, the current channel, etc. The following information is displayed on the three pages of the STATUS menu. Structure of the STATUS Menu Main Menu Level 1 STATUS F...
  • Page 66: Selecting The Monitor To Control - Address Menu

    Selecting the Monitor to Control — ADDRESS Menu Overview When multiple monitors are connected by a serial remote connection, the ADDRESS menu is used to choose whether one particular monitor or monitor group will be controlled, or whether operations are to be performed on all monitors together.
  • Page 67: Cancelling The Remote Control Mode

    Cancelling the Remote Control Mode To cancel the remote control mode, press the ADDRESS button. Exiting the ADDRESS Menu To exit the ADDRESS menu, press the ADDRESS button or the MENU button. Short-cut Function in the ADDRESS Menu When selecting the monitor, short-cut function will enable to select the target monitor without using the items in the ADDRESS menu.
  • Page 68: Specifications

    Specifications General System 15.625 kHz – 45 kHz (For details, see “Available Signal Formats” on page 65.) BVM-D20F1U/D20F1E/D20F1A Super fine pitch Trinitron, 4:3 aspect ratio Aperture grille pitch: 0.3 mm 90 degree deflection, 30.6 mm diameter in-line gun Effective picture size with 16:9 aspect ratio: 218 mm (15 443 mm (17...
  • Page 69 Nominal chromaticity coordinates: SMPTE C phosphor (BVM-D32E1WU) 0.630 0.310 0.155 EBU phosphor (BVM-D32E1WE/ D32E1WA) 0.640 0.290 0.150 Error: ± 0.005 or less Mass BVM-D20F1U/D20F1E/D20F1A: approx. 38 kg (83 lb 12 oz) BVM-D24E1WU/D24E1WE/ D24E1WA: approx. 51 kg (112 lb 7 oz) BVM-D32E1WU/D32E1WE/ D32E1WA: approx.
  • Page 70 Specifications Synchronization Vertical blanking time Less than 650 µs. Horizontal blanking time Less than 3.77 µs. (1080/60I, 1035/60I) Picture performance Normal scan 5% overscan of CRT effective screen area (±10% of CRT effective screen area) Underscan 3% underscan of CRT effective screen area (±10% of CRT effective screen area) Linearity...
  • Page 71: Accessories Supplied

    Storage and transport conditions Temperature –10°C to 40°C (14°F to 104°F) Humidity 0% to 90% Pressure 700 hPa to 1060 hPa Accessories supplied AC power cord (1) AC plug holder (1) Fuse (1) Tally plate (1) (BVM-D20F1U/D20F1E/D20F1A only) 4:3 mask (1) (BVM-D20F1U/D20F1E/D20F1A only) Operation manual (1) Quick reference (1) Available Signal Formats...
  • Page 72: Dimensional Drawing

    Specifications Dimensional Drawing BVM-D20F1U/D20F1E/D20F1A Front 444 (17 328 (13) Side 570 (22 425.8 (16 Rear 342 (13 With BKM-10R attached Unit: mm (inches) Front Side 28 (1 Rear Unit: mm (inches) 444 (17 368 (14 570 (22 28 (1 99.5 360.2 (14 342 (13...
  • Page 73 BVM-D24E1WU/D24E1WE/D24E1WA Front 565.5 (22 460 (18) Side 559.3 2-M4 446.6 Rear 1) When using this hole, use a screw which can be inserted into the monitor to a depth of 6 to 8 mm ( With BKM-10R attached Unit: mm (inches) Front Side Rear...
  • Page 74 Specifications BVM-D32E1WU/D32E1WE/D32E1WA Front 794 (31 396 (15 280 (11 Side 665.3 54.4(2 2-M4 28.5 76.4 Rear 1) When using this hole, use a screw which can be inserted into the monitor to a depth of 6 to 16 mm ( 2) When using this hole, use a screw which can be inserted into the foot and monitor to a depth of 46 to 55 mm (1 inches).
  • Page 75: Connection Cable Specifications For Color Temperature Probes

    Connection Cable Specifications for Color Temperature Probes Special cables are required to connect color temperature probes other than the Sony BKM-14L to the monitor. Connection cable for GRASEBY SLS 9400 probe Connection cable for MINOLTA CA-100 probe The following diagrams show specifications and pin assignments for the required cables.
  • Page 76 Specifications Connection cable for PHILIPS PM 5639 probe (corresponds to PHILIPS PM 5639/64 cable) Connection cable for THOMA TF6 probe D-sub 15-pin connector (female) Modular connector Signal Pin Number N.C. N.C. Signal Pin Number N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. 8 to 15 N.C.
  • Page 77: Menu Index

    Menu Index The menu index shows the menu items provided with this monitor in alphabetical order. For you reference, each menu item is followed by the page of this manual on which the item is explained, its menu number, and the Main Menu that the item belongs to.
  • Page 78 Menu Index Menu Item ENTER PASSWORD EXTEND FILE NAME FINE ADJUST FORMAT FORMAT DISPLAY GRASEBY INPUT CONFIGURATION KEY PROTECT LANDING ADJUST LOAD MAINTENANCE MANUAL MATRIX MEMORY CARD MINOLTA MONITOR ADDRESS ON SCREEN SET OTHER MONITOR OTHER VALUE PASSWORD PHILIPS PRESET PROBE Page Menu number...
  • Page 79 RE-STORE SYSTEM DATA SAFE AREA MODE SAVE SCREEN MODE SET PROBE ON CURSOR SET PROBE ON THIS CRT SET UP SLOT 1 – SLOT 9 SLOT STATUS SONY BKM-14L START STATUS SYSTEM CONFIGURATION THOMA TRIM VCR MODE WHITE UNIFORMITY YC SEP 1 PIN –...
  • Page 81 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 82 BVM-D20F1U/D20F1E/D20F1A BVM-D24E1WU/D24E1WE/ D24E1WA Sony Corporation BVM-D32E1WU/D32E1WE/ B & P Company Printed in Japan D32E1WA (UC/AEP/AUS) 2004. 02. 13 3-867-719-18 (1)  1999...

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