This section lists the rules and conventions for using DCS-200's menu system. For
reference, the figure below illustrates the Setup Menu:
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Figure 4-7. Setup Menu (sample)
For all setup menus, please note the following important menu rules and conventions:
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The top line names the current menu, in all capital letters.
Subsequent lines typically display two fields:
For a listed function, the left-hand field names the function, and the
right-hand field is the function's current parameter or value.
For a listed sub-menu, the left-hand field names the sub-menu that you
can access, and the right-hand field displays the double arrow (>>),
indicating that a sub-menu is available.
The "navigation" cursor (>) in the left-hand column indicates the current line on
which action can be taken. This arrow "scrolls" as you rotate the knob.
Turn the ADJUST knob counter-clockwise (CCW) to scroll down.
Turn the ADJUST knob clockwise (CW) to scroll up.
To enter a sub-menu, scroll to the desired line and press
Throughout this chapter, the term "select" is used as an
abbreviation for "scroll to a menu line and press SEL."
To change a parameter, scroll to the desired line and press
changes to the "edit" cursor (
Turn the ADJUST knob CW to increase a value.
Turn the ADJUST knob CCW to decrease a value.
To accept a parameter or value, press
You must press SEL to activate a DCS-200 function.
In the "edit" mode, to exit (or cancel) without changing the original parameter,
To navigate back up the menu structure, press
up the menu tree by one level.
Select the Input field to...
). Use the ADJUST knob to modify the value:
. The edit cursor changes back to the
. Each press takes you back
Using the Menu System
. The cursor