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    MULTI PROJECTION SYSTEM RM-V1000NU Notes: Caution • Pioneer will not be liable for any loss caused by defects of the parts supplied other than by Pio- This symbol refers to a hazard or unsafe neer. practice which can result in personal injury •...

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    PIONEER RM-V1000NU MANUAL. This Acrobat (IE: a PDF file) version of the Pioneer RM-V1000NU manual was made from the original digital document and scanning an existing manual. Because of this, there are many less then perfect pages and hand written comments.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS CHAPTER 1. FEATURES OF RM-V1000NU ................4 1. FEATURES OF SYSTEM ........................4 CHAPTER 2 . GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS ................6 1. SPECIFICATIONS OF PRODUCT ......................6 (1) General Unit Specifications ......................6 (2) Multi Projection Unit (referred to MPJ below) (Unit Screen Specifications) ......7 (3) Multi Video Processor (Referred to MVP below) ..............

  • Page 5: Chapter 1. Features Of Rm-v1000nu

    CHAPTER 1. FEATURES OF RM-V1000NU 1. FEATURES OF SYSTEM ¶ Large screen with little reflection. The new tinted screen improves the screen contrast and vertical angle of view. Since reflection of external light has also been reduced, viewers feel no visual discomfort even in brightly lit event halls and showrooms.

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    ¶ Each multi projection unit displays clear and high picture quality images for both NTSC and PAL inputs. Note: The built-in multi video processor can be used only for NTSC inputs. It can be made usable for PAL inputs if options are added. For more information, contact Pioneer.

  • Page 7: Chapter 2. General Specifications

    CHAPTER 2. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS SPECIFICATIONS OF PRODUCT General Unit Specifications Coaxial cable with connector (no long discrimination tube) ......x 2 Power supply voltage ..AC100V to 120V, 50/60Hz Coaxial cable with connector Maximum Consumption power ....1740VA Right unit (including multi video processor) (with long discrimination tube (orange)) ..

  • Page 10: General Specifications

    GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS Control Panel (Fig. 2-4) Name Type Function ABL link switch Slide switch Used for switching the control level of the ABL link control voltage when ABL link is ON. Linked input terminal DIN 6PIN Input terminal of ABL signal, remote control signal and RS-232C signal Linked output terminal DIN 6PIN...

  • Page 13: Multi Video Processor (referred To Mvp Below)

    Note 1: The built-in multi video processor can be made SYNC ..........0.3 V(p-p) usable for RGB and PAL inputs if options are SYNC priority order added. For more information, contact Pioneer. H.V > C SYNC > Green (Sync on Green) RS-232C control input 25-pin D-SUB...

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    GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS MVP Panel INPUT OUTPUT VOUT1 VOUT3 RESET LOCK VBS/G VBS/G NTSC VBS Y FILTER VOUT2 VOUT4 MODE RATE VBS/G VBS/G H/C SYNC RS-232C POWER 4 NTSC/RGB switch 1 POWER switch (Power) Select whether to set the NTSC input or RGB in- Used to turn on/off the MVP power.

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    GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS 7 MODE switch 9 RS-232C connector Used to select the video output mode. For controlling MVP Output Mode Switch Contents 0 RGB video input terminal (Optional) Optional RGB input terminal. Output Mode Switch G ..... G signal input terminal of RGB Frequency Output Trunk Piece...

  • Page 16: Adjustment Control Unit (ru-v107) Option

    GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS (4) Adjustment Control Unit (RU-V107) Option Î POWER ADJUSTMENT CONTROL UNIT RU-V107 ADJ IN ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF INPUT SEL MAIN MENU – DISP CALL ADJ OUT Cable length : 5m (Fig.2-7) Accessories AA dry battery (IEC R6P) ..................2 Cable (5m) ......................

  • Page 17: Chapter 3. Installation And Assembly

    ¶ The method of securing to floors and walls differ according to their materials. Always have a construction specialist or Pioneer dealer perform the procedure for you.

  • Page 18: Installation Work For Mounting On Rack

    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY (6) Installation work for mounting on rack ¶ Blocking the front and back will cause heat to ac- cumulate, which may result in malfunctions. ¶ Use a rack which can bear the weight of the sys- tem. ¶...

  • Page 19: Angle Of View And Appropriate View Range

    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY (9) Angle of view and appropriate view range Vertical Visible Angle (Fig.3-1) Horizontal Visible Angle (Fig.3-2)

  • Page 20: Lighting

    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY (10) Lighting ¶ Although reflection by external light as seen on CRTs will not occur with this projection screen, reflection may result when strong light such as spot light is directed at the screen. Therefore, make sure that the screens are not exposed to direct spotlight.

  • Page 21: Power Supply

    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY (12) Power Supply 1 Power supply voltage The guaranteed voltage of this system is 10% of the rated voltage. But if the impedance of the power wires is high, the voltage waveform will become distorted and show the same symptoms as when voltage drops abnormally.

  • Page 22: Cables Used

    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY (13) Cables Used Use a coaxial cable for the external input cable. Normally use a 3C-2V for less than 15m long. Use 5C-2V for greater lengths. Adjust the length of the cables. The distance between the transmission system and MPJ should be as short as possible.

  • Page 23: Installation And Assembly

    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY 2. INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY (1) Confirmation 1 Decide the position for installing the system according to the installation conditions in Chapter 3. Check Items [1] Dimensions of installing position, space at the back, distance to the ceiling [2] Floor flatness, strength, roughness [3] Position of power supply [4] Installing location...

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    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY 3 Unpacking [1] Remove the top and side (the longer side) wood frames one by one. [2] Remove the upper cover and side cover. [3] Remove the unit from the frames. [4] Remove the upper pad and mirror mat. [5] Remove side pad, and top pad covering the unit.

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    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY Top mirror pad B Top mirror pad A Bottom mirror pad A Mirror corner pad Bottom mirror pad B Engine side pad F Engine side pad Engine pad A MVP pad Engine pad B (Fig.3-3-2)

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    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY 4 Projection Screen * Projection screen is double-packaged to maintain its performance. After removing the middle cover protect- ing its screen, make sure the screen does not get scratched or dirty. [1] Remove the top cover. [2] Remove the band securing the middle cover and remove the middle cover. [3] Gently peel off the black tape pasted at the four sides of the screen.

  • Page 27: Carrying The Units After Opening Packaging

    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY (3) Carrying the Units After Opening Packaging 1 Screen To carry the screen unit after opening the packaging, hold them by the parts shown in the figure, and lift and move them. (Lifted by one or two persons) Hold the parts indicated by (Fig.

  • Page 28: Precautions For Transportation

    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY 3. PRECAUTIONS FOR TRANSPORTATION Do not stack the units on their sides or backs when transporting them. Always place them upright. If they are stacked on their sides or backs, vibration and shock may cause damage or fire hazards.

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    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY ¶ When transporting or storing the units in the packaged state, always face them up. ¶ The number of units that can be stacked in storage is 16. ¶ As the screen is at the top, be careful not to step, and place heavy objects on this top side, nor hit it with sharp objects.

  • Page 30: Assembling The System

    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY 4. ASSEMBLING THE SYSTEM (1) Assembling the system [1] Before moving the system to where it is to be installed, insert three Mickey bolts into the main unit. [2] Secure the shield and the shield S to unit L with the scrivet (six parts). [3] Move units R and L to the place where the system is to be installed.

  • Page 31: Inserting The Optional Board (mvp)

    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY (2) Inserting the Option Board (MVP) [1] Remove the rear cover C (R) and rear cover C (L). (Six screws for each) [2] Remove the UL cover A. (Six screws) [3] Remove the UL cover C. (Two screws) [4] Disconnect the MVP power cord.

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    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY [8] Remove the bonnet. (Fig. 3-8) 10 screws [9] Remove the rear cover. (Fig. 3-9) 9 screws Loosen the six screws (ABA-283). [10] Push in the optional board completely inside the second rail from the right. (Fig. 3-10) [11] Attach the rear cover.

  • Page 33: Connection

    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY Linking cable (Cord with 6P mini DIN) Connection Accessories ¶Coaxial cable Black Orange Black Orange ¶Linked cable 6P mini DIN cord Connect as shown in Fig. 3-13 using the cable provided. After connecting, secure with a cable clamp.

  • Page 34: Special Installation

    (1) Enlarged display only LDP 2 C.VIDEO C.VIDEO To MVP input To MVP LDP 3 input LDP 4 RM-V1000NU/ RM-V1000NU/ RM-V1000NA RM-V1000NA (2) Multi display To C. VIDEO MPJ input LDP 1 To C. VIDEO MPJ input LDP 2 To C. VIDEO MPJ input LDP 3 To C.

  • Page 36: Chapter 4. Adjustments

    Recommended Role Remarks Equipment Required Function Model For adjusting Personal RS232C communication Computer function Pioneer For adjusting Prepare a Personal Computer or Adjusting RU-V107 this remote control for adjust- remote ment. control Especially white (% variable) is Signal For generating Gray scale important.

  • Page 38: Tv System

    (For example, when there are signal phase differences for every input source, etc.) In such cases, use two types of memories. Switch them using the personal computer. (Note) The built-in multi video processor can be used only for NTSC inputs. It can be made usable for PAL inputs if options are added. For more information, contact Pioneer.

  • Page 40: Giving Ids

    ADJUSTMENTS (6) Giving IDs IDs are used to differentiate the MPJs. When the units are given IDs, by connecting the ABL link cable, com- mands can be transmitted by specifying the ID, and it is possible to operate only MPJ corresponding to that ID by remote control operations.

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    ADJUSTMENTS Using the Remote Control> [1] Press the key to set the whole screen into the adjustment mode. ADJ IN [2] The main menu will be displayed. Press the key. Select “1. ID SET/CLEAR/SELECT” [3] Check that the ID display at the top left of the screen is “– –” and press the key.

  • Page 43: Screen Adjustments

    ADJUSTMENTS 3. SCREEN ADJUSTMENTS (1) Adjustment Flowchart The following shows the order for performing the adjustments generally required in the setup of this system. For details, see the descriptions on the next page and later. 1 Give ID 2 Adjust the size of each screen 3 Adjust the convergence of each screen 4 Adjust the joining of the screens (Adjust the MVP.

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    ADJUSTMENTS (2) Convergence Adjustment Flowchart Find the center of the screen (P. 44) Input the adjustment signal (P. 44) Using only green, adjust the (P. 44) center of V STATIC GH STATIC Adjust the size of V SIZE V LIN H SIZE GH LIN (P.

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    ADJUSTMENTS & (3) Convergence Adjustment Contents numbers correspond to the numbers in the flow-chart. 1 Measurement of screen center The center can be found easily by pasting threads in the spaces of the protection panels at the screen frame. 2 Adjustment signal input For adjusting size .............

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    ADJUSTMENTS Observe here 4 V SIZE, V LIN, H SIZE Adjustment 1 V SIZE adjustment Set to only green, observe the top part of the screen , and adjust the data amount in the vertical direction us- ing V SIZE . Do not observe the bottom part of the screen.

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    ADJUSTMENTS Movement of screen by point convergence adjustment OSD display Movement of screen Observe here Use especially when adjusting the horizontal size of the left side of the screen . In addition, there are nine other area adjustments. It is a convenience to adjust deviation of circumference screens.

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    ADJUSTMENTS In adjustment step 5 , observe the external part of the screen, adjust the 16 adjusting points there, taking note of linearity in the peripheral area such as joining with other screens, crosshatch, etc. (Ignore the distortion inside the screen.) In adjustment step 6 , adjust the inside of the screen and produce linearity.

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    ADJUSTMENTS Movement on screen Displayed OSD...

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    ADJUSTMENTS Note Does not move to the set position If only one point is moved greatly in the point convergence mode, it may not move in areas smaller than the desired adjusting area. In this case, adjust while moving the other points slowly.

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    ADJUSTMENTS 8 H BLK L and H BLK R Adjustments H BLK L and H BLK R adjustments are performed to obtain the optimum convergence adjustment wave form when the display range changes due to changes in the H SIZE. Video signal Display range Convergence...

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    ADJESTMENTS H BLK R Adjustment Output all three colors R, G, B, observe the right side of the screen , and adjust with H BLK R so that the color stops deviating. Observe here When H BLK R adjustment is not properly performed H BLK L adjustment Output all three colors R, G, B, observe the left side of the screen , and adjust with H BLK L so...

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    ADJUSTMENTS Confirming the Optimum H BLK L, H BLK R Values Optimum H BLK R value OSD display Movement on screen When point A is lowered by point convergence, point B should not move. Confirming the Optimum H BLK L Value When point C is lowered by point convergence, point D should not move.

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    ADJUSTMENTS 5 Rough Adjustments (1) Black level adjustment Signal:White 10% Adjust R LOW, G LOW, and B LOW to the point where the CRT starts lighting up. (2) HI LIGHT adjustment Signal:White 50% Adjust R HI, G HI, and B HI so that the CRT becomes white. First, adjust so that the brightness of R, G, and B becomes the same, and while maintaining that brightness, balance R, G, and B, and adjust so that the CRT becomes white.

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    ADJESTMENTS 6 LINEAR WHITE adjustment When white peak signals such as WINDOW are input, due to the characteristics of the Blue CRT, there is a tendency for the peak to become yellow compared to other colors. The linear white adjustment is performed to correct this tendency.

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    ADJUSTMENTS 9 Adjustment Using Moving Images The adjustment using images adjusts the overall joining of the screens by loading discs used by users (for actual perfor- mance) and discs always used for adjustments. View the overall screen and adjust the screen with the greatest difference to the other screens.

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    ADJESTMENTS [4] <GWB> (GET W/B DATA)-White balance adjustment data is output. Format : Output in the following order. 1STX (02H) 2<LWT>/ LINEAR WHITE adjustment data (3 BYTE) 3<CNT>/CONTRAST adjustment data (3 BYTE) 4<BRT>/BRIGHTNESS adjustment data (3 BYTE) adjustment data (3 BYTE) (Note 1) 5<COL>/COLOR (3 BYTE) (Note 1) and (Note 3) 6<TNT>/TINT...

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    ADJUSTMENTS [6] <GST> (GET STATUS)-Various setting states are output. 1STX (02H) 2Version of microcomputer software (5 BYTE) Example)V1.00:Indicates VERSION 1.00. 3Input function state (3 BYTE)-Output in command name. Example)IN1:Indicates VIDEO input. 4MULTI state (3 BYTE)-Output in command name. Example)MLY:Indicates MULTI=ON. 5COLOR MODE state (3 BYTE)-Output in command name.

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    ADJUSTMENTS 3 Adjustment Examples [1] Setting the ID 1) Enter the adjustment mode by key. ADJ IN 2) The main menu will be displayed. Press the key to select [1. ID SET/CLEAR/SELECT]. 3) Check that the ID display at the top left of the screen is [– –]. Press the key to select [1.

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    ADJUSTMENTS [3] Adjusting the H SIZE 1) Enter the adjustment mode. 2) Press the key to select [3. DEFLECTION ADJ]. – 3) Press the key to select [H SIZE]. Then use the keys to adjust the H SIZE. The following can be adjusted using similar methods. key : V STATIC key : H BLK-L key : V SIZE...

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    ADJUSTMENTS [5] Adjusting the red point convergence 1) Enter the adjustment mode. 2) Press the key to select [5. POINT CONVER ADJ]. 3) Press the key so that only the blue of the screen is erased. ON/OFF The following can be selected in the same way. : Green adjustment ON/OFF : Blue adjustment.

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    ADJUSTMENTS [8] To return the convergence and white balance adjustment data to that at shipment: 1) Set the adjustment mode. 2) Press the key. Select [7. MEMORY READ/COPY]. 3) Select the number from the SUB MENU. key : The convergence and deflection adjustment data will return to that at shipment. key : The white balance adjustment data will return to that at shipment.

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    ADJUSTMENTS 4 Precautions Upon Use (Adjustment Control Unit) • Always release the adjustment mode with button and turn off the power with the button ADJ OUT POWER after adjustments and settings. All adjusted values and settings will be memorized. • The remote control adjustment mode will automatically be exited in the following. 1.

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    OPERATIONS • MAINTENANCE 7 Replacement of MPJ Replacing the Top MPJ [1] Remove rear cover A (four screws) and rear cover B (eight screws). (Fig. 5-1) [2] Remove the mirror stay A (four screws) and remove the mirror. (Fig. 5-2) Handle the mirror with extreme care.

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    OPERATIONS • MAINTENANCE Replacing the Bottom MPU [1] Remove the rear cover B (eight screws) and rear cover C (six screws). (Fig. 5-5) [2] Remove the mirror stay A (four screws) and engine support stay B (six screws) (Fig. 5-6) and remove the MPJ stopper (four screws) (Fig.

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    OPERATIONS • MAINTENANCE 7 Replacement of MVP [1] Remove rear covers C (R) and (L). (6 screws) [2] Remove the UL cover A. (6 screws) [3] Remove the UL cover C. (2 screws) [4] Disconnect the MVP power cord. [5] Disconnect the connectors and remove the power supply. (3 screws) [6] Remove the four screws in front of the MVP.

  • Page 98: Replacing The Screen

    OPERATIONS • MAINTENANCE 7 Replacing the Screen [1] Remove the panels at the top and right side of the screen unit to be replaced. (Remove 12 screws. ) The panels are made of polycarbonate. Adhesive double coated tapes are pasted to the frames. To remove the panel, pull it out carefully in the horizontal direction as much as possible and it will not deform.

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    OPERATIONS • MAINTENANCE 3. PRECAUTIONS FOR ASSEMBLING AND MAINTENANCE ¶ Periodically clean the vent nets of the fan of MPJ to prevent it from clogging. ¶ In assemblies and maintenance, the service person must move in the cabinet. The following are precautions for this procedure.

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    PRECAUTIONS 2. NOT MALFUNCTION ¶ In some cases, the screen from appear bluish when seen from the left and slightly reddish when seen from the right. This phenomenon called color shift is inevitable due to the structure of the projection system in which the R G, B tubes are lined up and light is projected from the rear.

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    CHAPTER 7. APPENDIX (MVP manual) APPENDIX (MVP manual) CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ......................104 CONNECTION WITH MVP EXTERNAL COMPUTER ..........105 TERMINATING THE PERSONALCOMPUTER ............106 OPERATION MODE ....................107 VIDEO OUTPUT MODE OF MVP ................109 ADJUSTMENT FUNCTIONS ..................110 PICTURE FRAME ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE ............111 COMMAND REFERENCE ...........................

  • Page 105: Introduction

    APPENDIX (MVP manual) RMD-V3020 COMMAND REFERENCE ..............122 Outline of RMD-V3020 ........................... 122 VS Board Command Rules ........................123 Tracking Adjustment [TRK command] ....................125 Contrast Adjustment [CNT command] ....................125 R, G, B Gain Adjustment [RGN, GGN, BGN commands] ..............125 Bright Adjustment [BRT command] .....................

  • Page 106: Connection With Mvp External Computer

    APPENDIX (MVP manual) CONNECTION WITH MVP EXTERNAL COMPUTER • Refer to Chapter 4.(P.69) “External Control by MPJ RS-232C” for how to adjust the MPJ. ¶ Use a RS-232C straight cable. ¶ Refer to the following diagram for connections. ¶ MVP RS-232C Settings Baud rate : 2400, 4800 , 9600, 19200 Bit number...

  • Page 108: Operation Mode

    APPENDIX (MVP manual) OPERATION MODE 1. Normal mode : This mode is set when the power and reset switches are pressed. This makes the panel switch effective and sets the performance mode according to the switch settings. 2. Operation mode : Mode which enables MVP from the external computer. This mode is set when the ! command is transmitted after connecting the computer.

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    APPENDIX (MVP manual) 5. Adjustment Mode ¶ NTSC Input Board Adjustment Mode: Mode in which the adjustment commands of the NTSC input board can be executed. (Adjustment items of the output board can be executed when desired) To end the adjustment mode, input AJN. Operation mode AJYB Enables the NTSC input board to be adjusted.

  • Page 110: Video Output Mode Of Mvp

    APPENDIX (MVP manual) VIDEO OUTPUT MODE OF MVP ¶ The video output formats set by the mode switches are as shown in the following table. (At shipment, the mode switch value is set to “8”.) Mode switch No. Bus format Output format Sync signal frequency Trunk piece mitigation mode...

  • Page 111: Adjustment Functions

    APPENDIX (MVP manual) ADJUSTMENT FUNCTIONS MVP enables the input and output boards to be adjusted and set by connecting the external computer. The following are items which can be set. (1) MVP settings • For adjusting the picture frame (output image position) (Coarse adjustments:Refer to &P, &Q command, fine adjustment:&G command), and correcting the joinings of the magnified screen.

  • Page 112: Picture Frame Adjustment Procedure

    APPENDIX (MVP manual) PICTURE FRAME ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE Adjust the MVP picture frame as follows. (1) Connect the RS-232C cable to the MVP panel. (Refer to (P.105) “Connection with MVP EXTERNAL COMPUTER”.) (2) Initialize the picture frame data in RAM. ex. &L0 (Refer to &L command.) (3) Set to the magnified screen to be adjusted.

  • Page 113: To Set The System Back To 4-screen Magnification [@ Command]

    APPENDIX (MVP manual) To Set the System Back to 4-screen Magnification [@ command] Input: (h=8 or 9) Explanation: • For setting the system back to 4-screen magnification after convergence adjustment, etc. • Used also when the normal 4-screen magnification output cannot be obtained due to incorrect operations, etc.

  • Page 114: To Perform Coarse Adjustments Of The Picture Frame [&p2, &q2 Commands]

    APPENDIX (MVP manual) To Perform Coarse Adjustments of the Picture Frame [&P2, &Q2 commands] Input: &P2d , &Q2d Explanation: &P2 command: Horizontal direction &Q2 command: Vertical direction : Screen position (1 to 2) : crew start position data (&P2:000 to 1C5, &Q2:000 to 20A) Although the data is an absolute value, the relative value with the current data can also be speci- fied.

  • Page 115: To Store The Picture Frame Data [&w Command]

    APPENDIX (MVP manual) To Store the Picture Frame Data [&W command] Input : &W0, &W1 Explanation : &W0 : Sets the saved values to the settings at shipment. (Load data using the &L command.) &W1 : Saves the value adjusted. •...

  • Page 116: To Switch The Image Input [iff Command]

    APPENDIX (MVP manual) To Switch the Image Input [IFF command] Input: IFFa Explanation: Switches to display by NTSC input 4-screen magnification or 4-screen magnification by the op- tional RGB input. a : Video input (A or B) A : Optional RGB input board B : NTSC input board Example) Parsonal computer...

  • Page 117: To Indicate The Current Mvp State [sys Command]

    APPENDIX (MVP manual) To Indicate the Current MVP State [SYS command] Input: Explanation: The current MVP state is shown when SYS is input. (Example) RMD-V3000 Series PROGRAM Ver. 1.00A This is displayed continuously. MODE 8 DEMO 8 GEN LOCK INTERNAL MANUAL MODE L2 INPUT V.SCAN BOARD...

  • Page 118: To Perform Ntsc Input Board Picture Quality Adjustment

    APPENDIX (MVP manual) *6 : Display of remote and manual states REMOTE MODE : Remote state MANUAL MODE : Manual state *7 : Slot number *8 : Type of input board NTSC BOARD : NTSC input board V.SCAN BOARD : Optional RGB input board NO BOARD : No input board is incorporated *9 : NTSC input board state...

  • Page 119: Bright Compensation [brt Command]

    APPENDIX (MVP manual) Bright Compensation [BRT command] Input: BRTd Explanation: Corrects the brightness of the NTSC input board. : Compensation value 0 to F BRTd : Displays the current value and moves to the sub command mode • To execute this command, it is necessary to set the adjustment mode by AJYB. (Refer to the AJYB command.) •...

  • Page 120: Tint Adjustment [tnt Command]

    APPENDIX (MVP manual) Tint Adjustment [TNT command] Input : TNTd Explanation: Corrects the tint of the NTSC input board. : Compensation value 0 to 255 TNT? : Help display : Displays the current value and moves to the sub command mode •...

  • Page 121: To Set Internal Sync [int Command]

    APPENDIX (MVP manual) To Set Internal Sync [INT command] Input : Explanation : • Forcibly sets internal sync. • This command is executed in the remote mode. It is ignored in the manual mode. (Refer to the RMT command.) To Set External Sync [EXT command] Input : Explanation : •...

  • Page 122: To Set The Output To The Ntsc Mode [nt Command]

    APPENDIX (MVP manual) To Set the Output to the NTSC Mode [NT command] To Set the Output to Standard RGB Mode [NTR command] To Set the Output to the Double-speed RGB Mode [NTD command] Input : , NTR , NTD Explanation : •...

  • Page 123: Rmd-v3020 Command Reference

    APPENDIX (MVP manual) RMD-V3020 COMMAND REFERENCE Outline of RMD-V3020 • Introduction The RMD-V3020 is an input board (hereafter referred to as VS board) which supports variable scanning for inputting images of computer (hereafter referred to as PC) to the MVP. Horizontal frequency : 24 kHz to 35 kHz Vertical frequency...

  • Page 124: Vs Board Command Rules

    APPENDIX (Manual) VS Board Command Rules 0. Symbols : Command consisting of 3 alphabet letters : Basic commands : Decimals between 0 to 255 consisting of 1 to 3 digits. Can start with 0. Exceptional commands : Depends on each command. : Special data.

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    APPENDIX (MVP manual) 2. Exceptional Commands • Model data commands : Displays the current model data table. TBLhh : Displays the hh model data table. : Displays the current model number. : Sets the hh model number. : Sets the hh model number data to the initial value. When the hh model data does not exist, “**NO DATA**”...

  • Page 126: Tracking Adjustment [trk Command]

    APPENDIX (Manual) Tracking Adjustment [TRK command] Input : TRKd Explanation: • d : Compensation data 0 to 254 • Eliminates lateral vibration of displayed characters, shaking, and noises. TRK adjustment • A vertical line pattern in which the black and white lines change every dot as shown below is the ideal for adjustments.

  • Page 127: B, R Clamp Adjustment [blv, Rlv Commands]

    APPENDIX (MVP manual) B, R Clamp Adjustment [BLV, RLV commands] Input : BLVd , RLVd Explanation : • d : Compensation data 0 to 254 • BLV : Adjusts the B clamp level. : Adjusts the R clamp level. • Use this command to adjust so that the white balance of the low light side of the images pro- duced by the MVP matches that of the actual images of the computer.

  • Page 128: Horizontal, Vertical Blanking Window Position Adjustment [hwn, Vwn Commands]

    APPENDIX (Manual) Horizontal, Vertical Blanking Window Position Adjustment [HWN, VWN commands] Input : HWNd , VWNd Explanation : • d :Compensation data 0 to 254 • HWN :Adjusts the H blanking window position. VWN :Adjusts the V blanking window position. However, the picture inside the blanking window also moves.

  • Page 129: Full Dot Number Compensation [hfd Command]

    APPENDIX (MVP manual) Full Dot Number Compensation [HFD command] Input : HFDddd Explanation : • d :Compensation data 0 to 254 • Corrects the preset sampling clock. • Vertical bit lines can be erased by executing the HFD command. • The HFD and HPS data are correlated and have limited values. Bit lines Figure: Bit Lines which can be Erased by HFD Execution Freeze Frame Y:ON N:OFF [FZY, FZN commands]...

  • Page 130: Vertical Compression Filter Conversion Rate Input [lcv Command]

    APPENDIX (Manual) Vertical Compression Filter Conversion Rate Input [LCV command] Input : LCVd Explanation : • d =00 to 15 (Add 0 before all numbers below 9) Vertical direction rate before conversion • d =00 to 15 (Add 0 before all numbers below 9) Vertical direction rate after conversion >...

  • Page 131: To Select Preset Model [m Command]

    APPENDIX (MVP manual) To Select Preset Model [M command] Input : Explanation : • Refer to “VS Board Model Selection” described later for the VS board model selection. • Forcible locks the model data preset. Model data No. Discriminates the model. VGA (640 x 480) IBM-PC (EGA emulation) Macintosh 13-inch monitor mode (Standard)

  • Page 132: Model Fresh [f Command]

    APPENDIX (Manual) Model Fresh [F command] Input : Explanation : • Sets back to the model data preset at shipment. Model data No. Auto VGA (640 x 480) IBM-PC (EGA emulation) Macintosh 13-inch monitor mode (Standard) Macintosh 13-inch monitor mode (RasterOps type) Macintosh 13-inch monitor mode (Power Mac) FM-R50 IBM Think Pad 230C...

  • Page 134: Horizontal Frequency Input [hfq Command]

    APPENDIX (Manual) The relative address and data are as follows. However, relative addresses 20 to 3F are the system reservation range. Relative Relative Data Contents Data Contents ADDR ADDR Model data No. Reservation Horizontal frequency Vertical frequency NNN.NNN kHz NNN.NNN kHz Note 1 (BCD 6 digits) (BCD 6 digits)

  • Page 135: Vertical Frequency Input [vfq Command]

    APPENDIX (MVP manual) Vertical Frequency Input [VFQ command] Input : VFQd Explanation : • Directly changes the horizontal frequency of the model data table used for the VS board cur- rently. • Input the frequency using 6-digit decimal numbers. When data input is omitted, the vertical fre- quency on the current model data table is displayed.

  • Page 136: Mode 99

    APPENDIX (Manual) MODE 99 The VS board contains preset data for autolocking 9 computer main models at shipment. However, looking at the recent PC market is taken into consideration, it is not possible to incorporate preset data in all models due to the diversification of manufacturers, models, and graphic mode, etc. For this reason, the variable scan board has been forcibly locked to the mode called model data 99 for personal computers without preset data in order to output the personal computer screen to the monitor.

  • Page 137: Vs Board Model Selection

    APPENDIX (MVP manual) VS BOARD MODEL SELECTION PC signal input Preset PC? Locked in Mode 99? (01 to 09) The model may be outside Output in Mode 99 the application range. Auto locked Check frequency, line number using FRQ command Lock preset model data using M command.

  • Page 138: Selecting The Sync Signal

    APPENDIX (Manual) SELECTING THE SYNC SIGNAL When adjusting the VS board, care must be taken regarding the relation of the priority order of the sync signal. Order of selecting the sync signal The priority order for selecting the sync signal of the VS board is Separate sync >...

  • Page 139

    APPENDIX (MVP manual) CHECK SHEET <CUBE Adjustment> 1. Preparations 1 Connect the power supply, and connect the cable for input signals and ABL link cable (control cable). 2 Place the connected cables neatly. 3 After completing the above 1 and 2, turn on the power and perform aging for one hour. 4 Prepare the signals required for adjustments.

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