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SCE CONFIDENTIAL
This manual contains safety precautions for the prevention of
accidents, and instructions for the use and handling of this product.
Read this manual carefully and use the product in a safe manner.
After reading the manual, store it in an accessible location for future
reference.
DECR-1000 A
2-886-333-11(2)

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  • Page 1 This manual contains safety precautions for the prevention of accidents, and instructions for the use and handling of this product. Read this manual carefully and use the product in a safe manner. After reading the manual, store it in an accessible location for future reference. DECR-1000 A 2-886-333-11(2)
  • Page 2: Important Safeguards

    Important safeguards For your protection, please read these INSTALLATION safety instructions completely before operating the appliance, and keep this Water and moisture manual for future reference. Do not use the powerline operated unit near water – Carefully observe all warnings, for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, precautions and instructions on the or laundry tub, in a wet basement or near a swimming...
  • Page 3 Important safeguards SERVICE Damage requiring service Unplug the unit from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: – When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed. – If liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen onto the unit.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Important safeguards ......................2 Precautions ........................5 1 Overview Overview of the reference system ..................8 Unit features........................8 Equipment required to configure the reference system .............9 Reference system setup ....................9 Part names and usage.....................10 2 Preparing to use this unit Attaching the vertical stand....................16 Attaching the unit to the rack ...................17 When using Ethernet cables ....................22...
  • Page 5: Precautions

    Precautions Photosensitivity • A very small percentage of individuals may experience epileptic seizures when exposed to certain light patterns or flashing lights. Exposure to certain patterns or backgrounds on a television screen or while playing video games, including games played on the unit, may trigger an epileptic seizure in these individuals.
  • Page 6 Precautions • Do not wrap the unit or accessories in cloth or similar materials. • Do not allow dust to build up on the unit. • Do not place the unit in locations of poor ventilation, such as small, enclosed areas, directly against a wall or on a thick carpet or bedding.
  • Page 7 Precautions Moisture condensation • If the unit or disc is brought directly from a cold location to a warm one, moisture may condense on the lens inside the unit or on the disc. Should this occur, the unit may not operate properly. In this case, remove the disc and turn off and unplug the unit.
  • Page 8: Overview

    Chapter Overview Overview of the reference system The following is a schematic drawing of the reference system. Reference Tool Development Host Computer Blu-ray Disc Tool HDTV Drive Chain monitor HDD for BD emu. Cell RSXR Broadband Engine HDD for appl. Communication Ethernet Processor...
  • Page 9: Equipment Required To Configure The Reference System

    Equipment required to configure the reference system The following items are required to use the evaluation software package provided by SCE. DECR-1000 A (this unit) See “Part names and usage” (t page 10). Monitor Either or both of the following can be used for graphics output from this unit: •...
  • Page 10: Part Names And Usage

    Part names and usage Part names and usage Unit front A Front panel See “Front panel” (t page 11) for details. B Vent Be sure not to obstruct this vent, as doing so may cause a fire or a malfunction. Also, the unit must be kept well away from a wall to satisfy this requirement.
  • Page 11 Part names and usage Front panel (4a)(4b)(4c) (5a)(5b)(5c) (7a) (7b) (6a)(6b) (9a) (10a) (11a) (12a) (20a) D HDD bay Corresponds to the HDD bay in the PLAYSTATION®3 console Caution If the HDD is removed improperly, it may result in data corruption or a malfunction. Before removing, check that the HDD is not being accessed.
  • Page 12 Part names and usage G Drive indicators (7a) HDD(DEV) drive indicator Illuminates when the HDD(DEV) bay is selected (7b) BD drive indicator Illuminates when the Blu-ray Disc drive is selected H Foot switch connector For connection to the supplied foot switch I USB connectors For connecting a USB connector (A type) (9a)
  • Page 13 Part names and usage S Status indicator The system status can be determined by the color and status of the status indicator. Fast flashing red Indicates a system malfunction or that the unit’s internal temperature may be too high. Either wait for a while and then press the reset button, or turn the unit off once using the main power switch and then turn it back on.
  • Page 14 Part names and usage Unit rear (21a) (22a) (22b) (21b) MAIN POWER AC IN MONITOR AV MULTI OUT DIGITAL OUT HDMI OUT HDMI OUT(EXTRA) ANALOG AUDIO OUT (OPTICAL) (29a) (29b) (32a)(32b) (32c) (34a) U (21a)(21b) Vent Be sure not to obstruct these vents, as doing so may cause a fire or a malfunction. Also, the unit must be kept at least 10 cm (3.94 in) away from a wall to satisfy this requirement.
  • Page 15 Part names and usage (29b) Activity indicator Solid yellow The Ethernet link is up but no traffic is present on it. Flashing yellow Traffic is present on the link. e; Analog audio out connector For connection to a device with an ANALOG AUDIO input connector ea Antenna connector By connecting the supplied antenna, wireless LAN communication and Bluetooth function can be used.
  • Page 16: Preparing To Use This Unit

    Chapter Preparing to use this unit Attaching the vertical stand Attach the supplied vertical stand to the unit when using it in a vertical position. Position the unit so that the mounting holes on the unit's left side align with those on the flat surface of the stand.
  • Page 17: Attaching The Unit To The Rack

    Attaching the unit to the rack Attaching the unit to the rack Using the supplied rack mount kit, you can attach the unit to an EIA Standard 19-inch rack. Applicable rack Type A 700 mm (27.56 in) or more 580 - 710 mm Type B (server rack) 700 mm (27.56 in) or more 640 - 810 mm...
  • Page 18 Attaching the unit to the rack List of components The rack mount kit contains the following components. Before you assemble the rack mount, make sure that you have all the components. Depending on the rack type, some components may not be necessary. ARail ×...
  • Page 19 Attaching the unit to the rack Installation Caution • The unit should be installed into the rack mount by two or more persons. The unit must be firmly supported when it is placed onto the rails. If not, an injury or accident could result. Take care not to catch your fingers between a stopper and a rail. •...
  • Page 20 Attaching the unit to the rack 2 Attaching the outer rails to the rack Attach the rail brackets (type A) C or Attach the brackets to the rack using the (type B) K to the outer rails with the small plate nuts F, hexagon socket head large plate nuts D and screws E, but cap screws G, and flat washers H.
  • Page 21 Attaching the unit to the rack 3 Mounting the unit into the rack While pressing the stoppers, insert the inner rails into the outer rails. Then, slide the unit onto the rack and push it as far into the rack as possible. Use the screws J on the upper or lower screw holes of the handles to secure them to the rack.
  • Page 22: When Using Ethernet Cables

    When using Ethernet cables When using Ethernet cables Install the supplied RFI filter on the Ethernet cable (shielded twisted pair cable). Install the RFI filter 10cm (3.94 in) away from the main unit. When installing the RFI filter on the cable, wind the cable once around the RFI filter, as shown below. cable cable Install near the unit...
  • Page 23: Connections For A Debugging Network

    Connections for a debugging network Connections for a debugging network • If connecting to a network with settings that are different Items required for connection from the above, first use a local area network to confirm the connection following the procedures contained in this The following items are necessary in order to set section, and then proceed with adjusting the unit’s network up the debugging network for this unit:...
  • Page 24 Connections for a debugging network Create settings for the development PC. Settings information appears on the display in Start the DHCP client software and set up the the following cases: development PC in advance to obtain the IP • When the main power switch is on address and other settings from the DHCP •...
  • Page 25: Setting Up With The Administration Tool

    Setting up with the administration tool Setting up with the administration tool Select the language (for example English) here. Preparing for setup Login Connect the host PC to the network of the unit. Then set up a web browser disabling the use of Log in with a user name and password.
  • Page 26 Setting up with the administration tool Click “OK”. User Upon successfully logging in, the main screen of The following unit settings can be displayed. the administration tool is displayed. Some settings can also be adjusted. Network Verify the network settings. Software Verify the version version of CP...
  • Page 27 Setting up with the administration tool Caution Reset of setting • For security purposes, be sure to change the default password. • The password must be a combination of both letters and Upon clicking “Reset of setting”, the following numeric characters. Passwords consisting of all lowercase, all screen is displayed.
  • Page 28 Setting up with the administration tool To configure the unit using settings saved on the host PC: Check that the IP address defined in the host PC’s settings file is the same as that assigned to the unit. If the IP address defined in the settings file and the unit’s IP address are different, use a text editor to change the IP address in the settings file on the host PC to that assigned to the unit.
  • Page 29 Setting up with the administration tool Update of CP Restart of dtnetm Upon clicking “Update of CP”, the following “dtnetm” is a program used to communicate screen is displayed. This screen is used to update between the unit and development host PC via the the software required by the communication DECI protocol.
  • Page 30 Setting up with the administration tool Date & time Software version of CP Upon clicking “Date & time”, the following screen Upon clicking “Software version of CP”, the is displayed. This screen is used to configure the following screen is displayed. This screen displays date, time and time zone.
  • Page 31: Appendices

    Chapter Appendices Handling the unit • To avoid malfunction, check that the AC power cord is correctly and securely connected. Turn off the main power switch on the unit rear when not in use. • Do not put heavy or flammable objects on the unit, as doing so may warp the top panel. Cleaning the filter unit If dust accumulates around the filter unit on the unit bottom, it may lead to malfunction.
  • Page 32: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Troubleshooting The power does not turn on. t Check that the AC power cord is securely connected and the main power switch (t page 14) is turned on. The unit cannot be accessed over the network while in use. t Check that the power indicator illuminates.
  • Page 33 Troubleshooting If the display appears as shown above, check the following: • Is the Ethernet cable securely connected to the LAN connector for development on the unit? • Is the Ethernet cable securely connected to the hub? • Is the Ethernet cable securely connected to the host PC? •...
  • Page 34: Specifications

    Specifications Specifications Power Input voltage AC 100-240V Input current 9-4A Rated frequency 50/60 Hz Operating environment Operating temperature 5 - 35°C (41 - 95°F) Operating humidity 30% - 80% (with no condensation) Dimensions (excluding protrusions) 424 × 88 × 596 mm (16.69 × 3.46 × 23.46 in) (w/h/d) Mass Approx.
  • Page 35: Limitations Of Liability

    This product is supplied pursuant to and subject to the terms and conditions set forth by applicable agreement(s) with Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. or its affiliates. Other than as expressly set forth by SCEI and/or any of its affiliates, except to the extent prohibited by applicable laws, SCEI and/or any of its affiliates shall not be liable for any damages, including special, incidental or consequential damages, or fees arising out of the use or inability to use this product.
  • Page 36 Accordingly at end-of-life we will arrange for separate disposal of our loan equipment including without limitation development kits which remain at all times the property of Sony Computer Entertainment Europe. If you would like assistance with the disposal of any other electrical products which we have supplied to you for business use, we can arrange a take-back service on request.
  • Page 40 Without obtaining the consent of the owner, no part of the content of this document may be copied, pursuant to the provisions of the Copyright Act. “ ” and “PLAYSTATION” are registered trademarks and “Cell Broadband Engine” is a trademark of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. “SONY” and “...
  • Page 41 — Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. • You are cautioned that any changes or modifi cations not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment. Printed in Japan 2-892-563-11(1) © 2006 Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. All rights reserved.