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Sony TRINITRON BVM-20F1U, BVM-20F1E, BVM-20E1U, BVM-20E1E, BVM-14F1U, BVM-14F1E, BVM-14E1U, BVM-14E1E, BVM-14F5U, BVM-14F5E, BVM-14E5 Operation Manual

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TRINITRON
BVM-20F1U/20F1E
BVM-20E1U/20E1E
BVM-14F1U/14F1E
BVM-14E1U/14E1E
BVM-14F5U/14F5E
BVM-14E5U/14E5E
OPERATION MANUAL
1st Edition (Revised 7)
Serial No. 2000001 and Higher
COLOR VIDEO MONITOR
®
[English]

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   Also See for Sony TRINITRON BVM-20F1U, BVM-20F1E, BVM-20E1U, BVM-20E1E, BVM-14F1U, BVM-14F1E, BVM-14E1U, BVM-14E1E, BVM-14F5U, BVM-14F5E, BVM-14E5

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  • Page 1 TRINITRON COLOR VIDEO MONITOR ® BVM-20F1U/20F1E BVM-20E1U/20E1E BVM-14F1U/14F1E BVM-14E1U/14E1E BVM-14F5U/14F5E BVM-14E5U/14E5E 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 For the customers in Europe This product with the CE marking complies with both the EMC Directive (89/336/EEC) and the Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC) issued by the Commission of the European Community. Compliance with these directives implies conformity to the following European standards: •...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Chapter 1 Overview Chapter 2 Menus Precaution... 3 Overview ... 4 Features ... 4 Options ... 5 Connector Panel Configuration ... 7 Location and Function of Parts ... 9 Front Panel ... 9 Rear Panel ... 15 Menu Structure ...
  • Page 6 Table of Contents Chapter 2 Menus (Continued) Chapter 3 Appendix Setting the Screen Display — ON SCREEN SET Menu ... 44 Overview ... 44 Structure of the SET UP Menu [C] / ON SCREEN SET Menu [C5] ... 44 Constituent Menus of the SET UP / ON SCREEN SET Menu ... 44 Convergence Adjustments —...
  • Page 7: Precaution

    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 magnetism • Do not place the unit near any objects or pieces of...
  • Page 8: Overview

    They are suitable for television stations or video production houses, where precise image reproduction is required. ® 1) Trinitron is a registered trademark of Sony Corporation. Features High resolution picture tube The HR Trinitron picture tube produces a clear, high resolution image.
  • Page 9: Options

    Other features • Compatible with the ISR (Interactive Status Reporting) system. • Has both RS-485 serial remote and relay contact parallel remote control connectors. • Built-in safe area display and test signal generator for crosshatch, 100% white signal, 20% gray signal, gray scale, and PLUGE (Picture Line Up Generating Equipment).
  • Page 10 Overview Decoder and input expansion adaptors The input connector panel is configured by sliding optional decoder adaptors and/or input expansion adaptors into input option slots at the rear of the monitor. The BVM-20F1U/20F1E/20E1U/20E1E/ 14F5U/14F5E/14E5U/14E5E may be fitted with up to four adaptors, and the BVM-14F1U/14F1E/14E1U/ 14E1E will accept two.
  • Page 11: Connector Panel Configuration

    Connector Panel Configuration The monitor comes standard with connectors for one channel of Y/R–Y/B–Y or RGB. By adding optional decoder adaptors and/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’ connectors supports are given in the table below.
  • Page 12 Overview Decoder adaptor priority The table on the right shows which decoder adaptor will be selected preferentially when more than one decoder adaptor which can accept the NTSC or PAL signal format have been installed in the monitor. For example, when a BKM-24N and a BKM-27T are installed and an NTSC signal is selected, the NTSC signal connected to the BKM-24N’s input connectors and the NTSC signal connected to the BKM-27T’s...
  • Page 13: Location And Function Of Parts

    Location and Function of Parts Front Panel BVM-14F5U/14F5E/14E5U/14E5E 0 SHIFT button !¡ Function buttons !™ Monitor Memory Card slot !£ OPTION connector BVM-20F1U/20F1E/20E1U/20E1E/14F1U/14F1E/14E1U/14E1E !£ OPTION connector 1 Tally lamp 2 POWER switch 3 DEGAUSS button 4 Numeric keypad 5 MANUAL adjustment buttons and knobs 6 Menu operation buttons...
  • Page 14: Tally Lamp

    Location and Function of Parts This manual explains the location and function of parts and controls using the control panel of the BVM- 14F5U/14F5E/14E5U/14E5E. The explanation applies to BVM-20F1U/20F1E/20E1U/20E1E/14F1U/14F1E/ 14E1U/14E1E with the BKM-10R/11R Monitor Control Unit. 1 Tally lamp With factory settings, the Tally lamp lights when pins No.
  • Page 15: Power Lamp

    6 Menu operation buttons MENU button: Press to display the Menus. MENU UP/DOWN buttons: Press to select the DOWN ENTER items and setting values. ENTER button: Press to confirm the items and values entered (Ent button on the numeric keypad 4 has the same function). For details of menu operation, see “Basic Menu Operations”...
  • Page 16: Function Buttons

    Location and Function of Parts 0 SHIFT button Press to select one of the two functions designated to the function buttons !¡. Each time the SHIFT button is pressed, the LED turns on (SHIFT ON: lit in orange) and off (SHIFT OFF: lit in green).
  • Page 17 SHIFT ON (LEDs of function buttons in orange) 16 : 9 SYNC BLUE ONLY MONO COMB SAFE ADDRESS AREA 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. SYNC button: When this button is pushed in (ON), the monitor synchronizes to the sync signal input to the SYNC connectors on the rear panel (EXT SYNC).
  • Page 18: Option Connector

    Location and Function of Parts !™ Monitor Memory Card slot Insert the BKM-12Y Monitor Memory Card (optional). For details of operations on monitor memory card data, see “Monitor Memory Card Data Operations — MEMORY CARD menu” on page 51. Proceed as illustrated to insert and eject the BKM-12Y Monitor Memory Card.
  • Page 19: Rear Panel

    Rear Panel 6 Analog input/output connectors 7 Input option slots 8 REMOTE 1 connectors and TERMINATE switch 9 REMOTE 2 connector !º ISR connector (Illustration: BVM-20F1U/20F1E/20E1U/20E1E) 1 MAIN POWER switch When turned on, the monitor enters standby mode. By a setting in the SYSTEM CONFIGURATION menu, the monitor can also be set to enter operation mode when the MAIN POWER switch is turned on.
  • Page 20 Location and Function of Parts 6 Analog input/output connectors ANALOG Y/G connectors (BNC) B–Y/B connectors (BNC) B-Y/B R–Y/R connectors (BNC) R-Y/R SYNC connectors (BNC) SYNC RGB signals, component signals (Y, R–Y, and B–Y), or composite sync signals can be fed in the IN connectors.
  • Page 21 9 REMOTE 2 connector (female, D-sub 9-pin) Forms a pararell switch and controls the monitor externally. The pin arrangement and factory setting function assigned to each pin are given below. Pin number Function Set input signal channel 1 (numeric keypad function) Set input signal channel 2 (numeric keypad function)
  • Page 23: Menu Structure

    Menu Structure The various functions and operating conditions of the monitor can be set with on-screen menus. Each menu consists of several levels of subsidiary menus or lists of settings. An overview of the menu system is shown in “Menu Directories” on page 21, and the details of the structure of each menu is shown at the top of the explanation of the menu.
  • Page 24: Address Menu

    Menu Structure About menu numbers In this manual, menu numbers are used to classify the menus and show the route that you follow to reach any particular menu. A menu number consists of a letter (alphabetical character) followed by one or more digits. The letter identifies the menu group (see the preceding page), and the digits indicate selections to be made on the respective menu levels.
  • Page 25: Menu Directories

    Menu Directories The menu system for the BVM-series monitors covered by this manual is largely divided into eight menus (or eight menu groups), which are arranged in the main menu. Each of the eight menus consists of many items (subsidiary menus and settings) arranged on several menu levels.
  • Page 26: Basic Menu Operations

    Basic Menu Operations Basic Menu Operations Menu Operation Buttons The menus are operated using the menu operation buttons on the front panel. INPUT 1 Numeric keypad 2 Ent button 3 Del button PHASE 4 PHASE knob 5 MENU button MENU 6 UP and DOWN buttons ENTER DOWN...
  • Page 27 Repeat steps 2 and 3 until the desired menu is displayed. On how to make adjustments and settings on the menu thus displayed, see the following descriptions. C O N F I G U R A T I O N ↑↓ I N P U T F O R M A T .
  • Page 28: Entering Characters

    Basic Menu Operations Set the value in one of the following three ways: • Enter the value using the numeric keypad • Select the value using the UP and DOWN buttons • Select the value using the PHASE knob Press the ENTER button. The setting is confirmed (the item is displayed in white text again).
  • Page 29: 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 adjustment 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 30 Preset Adjustment of the Picture Level Control Knobs — CONTROL PRESET ADJ Menu [A11] MANUAL menu Adjust values by turning the PHASE, CHROMA, BRIGHT, and/or CONTRAST knobs. After the adjustment, press the ENTER button to confirm the adjusted values. PHASE: xxxx CHROMA: xxxx BRIGHT: xxxx CONTRAST: xxxx...
  • Page 31: Adjusting The Color Temperature - Color Temp Adj Menu

    Adjust the color temperature with the bias and gain knobs. (2) Automatic adjustment using a probe 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 probe to the monitor. Manufacturer...
  • Page 32: Structure Of The Color Temp Adj Menu [b]

    Level 3 ADJUST MANUAL B11 STD    B1 ORIGINAL VALUE COL1 SIGNAL COL2 CH SET PROBE B12 SONY BKM-14L B121 GRASEBY SLS9400 MINOLTA CA-100 PHILIPS RM5639 THOMA TF6      B122 COPY B13 OTHER VALUE B131 OTHER MONITOR B132 MEMORY CARD B133 ADJUST...
  • Page 33: Constituent Menus Of The Color Temp Adj Menu

    Constituent Menus of the COLOR TEMP ADJ Menu This section describes the functions of the constituent menus of the COLOR TEMP ADJ menu. Notes • The menu numbers (A, B1, C11 and so on) are not displayed on the monitor screen. For details of menu numbers, see page 20.
  • Page 34 “Setting the Power-Up Conditions - SYSTEM CONFIGURATION Menu” on page 42. [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. ÷ [B122] PHILIPS PM 5639...: Use the PM 5639.
  • Page 35 [B131] OTHER VALUE menu: Select one of the following. ÷ Copy is 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 (factory setting: D65).
  • Page 36 Adjusting the Color Temperature — COLOR TEMP ADJ Menu TRIM: Select whether to add the fine adjustment to the original setting (gain and bias set in MANUAL menu [B1]). APPLY: Adds the fine adjustment to the original setting. When APPLY is selected, “XX/TRIM” (XX: the selected color temperature among STD, COL1 or COL2) appears on the left top on the COLOR TEMP ADJ menu.
  • Page 37: Setting The Input Configuration - Input Configuration Menu

    Setting the Input Configuration — 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 38: Structure Of The Set Up Menu [c] / Input Configuration Menu [c1]

    Setting the Input Configuration — INPUT CONFIGURATION Menu Structure of the SET UP Menu [C] / INPUT CONFIGURATION Menu [C1] 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 SCALE C14...
  • Page 39: Constituent Menus Of The Set Up / Input Configuration Menu

    Constituent Menus of the SET UP / INPUT CONFIGURATION Menu This section describes the functions of the constituent menus of the SET UP/INPUT CONFIGURATION menu. Notes • The menu numbers (A, B1, C11 and so on) are not displayed on the monitor screen. For details of menu numbers, see page 20.
  • Page 40 Setting the Input Configuration — INPUT CONFIGURATION Menu [C111] COMPOSITE menu Select the format of a composite or Y/C signal. AUTO: The format of the input signal is detected and switched automatically. It will take a few seconds to detect the format of an input signal when AUTO is selected.
  • Page 41 [C16] COLOR TEMP menu Select STD, COL1, COL2, or CH SET. STD: Use common data (factory setting: D65). COL1: Use common data (factory setting: D93). COL2: Use common data (factory setting: D56/ CH SET: Use data for the current channel (factory setting: D65).
  • Page 42: Assigning The Remote Control Functions - Remote Menu

    Assigning the Remote Control Functions — 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. It is possible to simultaneously use the REMOTE 1, and REMOTE 2 for control, but commands from REMOTE 2 have priority.
  • Page 43: Constituent Menus Of The Set Up / Remote Menu

    When only Sony BVM-xxE/F/G or HDM-xxE series monitors are connected: set REMOTE MODE to 0. When a Sony BVM-xx11/16 series monitor or a Sony PVM monitor (with BKM-103 Serial Remote Interface Kit installed) is connected: set REMOTE MODE to 1 and enter a number...
  • Page 44: Setting The Password - Password Menu

    Setting the Password — 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. The password is set with the PASSWORD menu. A password is always assigned to the PASSWORD menu (factory setting: 9999).
  • Page 45 [C3111] ENTER PASSWORD menu Create a new password. RE-ENTER PASSWORD TO CONFIRM : Enter the new password again and press the ENTER button. ÷ The password is recorded. To change it, press the MENU button. ÷ Return to [C31]. [C312] APPLY PASSWORD menu Choose whether or not to apply the password to each menu.
  • Page 46: Setting The Channel Selection Method And Power-up Conditions - System Configuration Menu

    Setting the Channel Selection Method and Power- Up Conditions — SYSTEM CONFIGURATION Menu Overview The SYSTEM CONFIGURATION menu is used for the following settings: (1) Channel number entry method Select a method to enter channel numbers using the ten-key pad, from two options. (2) Power-up condition This menu sets the condition of the monitor when the MAIN POWER switch on the rear panel is switched...
  • Page 47: Constituent Menus Of The Set Up / System Configuration Menu

    Constituent Menus of the SET UP / SYSTEM CONFIGURATION Menu This section describes the functions of the constituent menus of the SET UP/SYSTEM CONFIGURATION menu. Notes • The menu numbers (A, B1, C11 and so on) are not displayed on the monitor screen. For details of menu numbers, see page 20.
  • Page 48: Setting The Screen Display - On Screen Set Menu

    Setting the Screen Display — 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.
  • Page 49 CH NAME...: Select the display mode of the channel name. ÷ [C53] VITC POSITION...: Select the display position for the VITC data. ÷ [C54] CH NO POSITION...: Select the display position for the channel number. ÷ [C54] CH NAME POSITION...: Select the display position for the channel name.
  • Page 50: Convergence Adjustments - Alignment Menu

    Convergence Adjustments — ALIGNMENT Menu Overview The ALIGNMENT menu is used for adjusting convergence and geometry. Structure of the SET UP Menu [C] / ALIGNMENT Menu [C6] Level 1 INPUT CONFIGURATION C1 REMOTE C2 PASSWORD C3 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION C4 ON SCREEN SET C5 ROTATION (1/4) ALIGNMENT C6 EXTEND MENU C7...
  • Page 51 [C6](2/4) ALIGNMENT menu (2/4) Adjust each item with the UP and DOWN buttons or PHASE knob. H PIN: Correct side pincushion distortion. H PIN BAL: Correct the balance of side pincushion distortion. H CORNER PIN: Correct pincushion distortion at the corner of the picture. H CENTER PIN: Correct center bow distortion.
  • Page 52: Using Extended Functions - Extend Menu

    Using Extended Functions — EXTEND MENU Overview The following 4 functions can be executed with the EXTEND menu. (1) Restore factory default data for installed boards. (2) Write monitor setting and adjustment data to the BKM-12Y monitor memory card or read setting and adjustment data from the card.
  • Page 53: Constituent Menus Of The Set Up / Extend Menu

    Constituent Menus of the SET UP / EXTEND Menu This section describes the functions of the constituent menus of the SET UP/EXTEND menu. Notes • The menu numbers (A, B1, C11 and so on) are not displayed on the monitor screen. For details menu numbers, see page 20.
  • Page 54 Using Extended Functions — EXTEND MENU [C7122] RE-STORE SYSTEM DATA The following message appears, requiring your confirmation about data reloading. RE-STORE SYSTEM DATA ALL DATA WILL BE RESTORED ARE YOU SURE? OK : ENTER KEY CANCEL : MENU KEY OK: To continue, press the ENTER button. ÷ Read the data from the monitor memory card and automatically turn the monitor off and on again.
  • Page 55: 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. Structure of the MEMORY CARD Menu [D] Main menu Level 1 MEMORY CARD D SAVE D1 LOAD D2 DELETE D3 FORMAT D4 Constituent Menus of the MEMORY CARD Menu...
  • Page 56: Monitor-to-monitor Data Copy - Copy Menu

    Monitor-to-Monitor Data Copy — COPY Menu Overview When multiple 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. Structure of the COPY Menu [E] Main menu Level 1...
  • Page 57: 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 and information about signals assigned to the slots in the rear panel. Structure of the STATUS Menu [F] Main menu Level 1 STATUS (1/3) F1 STATUS F...
  • Page 58: Selecting The Monitor To Control - Address Menu

    It is recommended to save or load data to or from the memory card with the monitor which is free from the remote operation. • When Sony BVM-xxG series monitors are connected together, select these monitors for each series in SINGLE mode or GROUP mode to remotely control...
  • Page 59: 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 61: Specifications

    Specifications General System 525 lines, 60 fields per second interlaced 625 lines, 50 fields per second interlaced Super fine pitch Trinitron BVM-20F1U/20F1E/20E1U/ 20E1E Aperture grille pitch: 0.3 mm (BVM-20F1U/20F1E) or 0.25 mm (BVM-20E1U/ 20E1E), 90 degree deflection, 30.6 mm diameter in-line gun. Effective picture size: 387 ×...
  • Page 62 Specifications Dimensions BVM-20F1U/20F1E/20E1U/20E1E: 444 × 414 × 570 mm × 16 × 22 (w/h/d) BVM-14F1U/14F1E/14E1U/14E1E: 346 × 280 × 530 mm (13 × 20 inches) (w/h/d) BVM-14F5U/14F5E/14E5U/14E5E: 482 × 280 × 573 mm (19 × 11 inches) (w/h/d) Dimensional drawing BVM-20F1U/20F1E/20E1U/20E1E 444 (17 410 (16...
  • Page 63 REMOTE 2 D-sub 9-pin, 1 (with loop- through output) D-sub 9-pin, 1 Video Signal Differential gain Less than 2% (for luminance from 0 to 100 cd/m Differential phase Less than 2˚ (for luminance from 0 to 100 cd/m Frequency response 50 Hz to 10 MHz, ±1 dB DC restoration Back porch type...
  • Page 64: 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 The following diagrams show specifications and pin assignments for the required cables.
  • Page 65 Connection cable for Minolta CA-100 probe Connection cable for Philips PM 5639 probe (corresponds to Philips PM 5639/64 cable) D-sub 25-pin connector (male) Pin Number Signal N.C. N.C. 8–25 N.C. Modular connector Pin Number Signal N.C. N.C. Mini DIN 8-pin connector (male) Pin Number Signal H SYNC...
  • Page 66 Specifications Connection cable for Thoma TF6 probe D-sub 15-pin connector (female) Pin Number Signal N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. 8–15 Mini DIN 8-pin connector (male) Pin Number Signal H SYNC V SYNC N.C.
  • Page 67 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 68 BVM-20F1U/20F1E/20E1U/20E1E Sony Corporation BVM-14F1U/14F1E/14E1U/14E1E B & P Company Printed in Japan BVM-14F5U/14F5E/14E5U/14E5E 2004.02.08 (WW,  1995 3-800-958-08(1)

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