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

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  • Page 1 TRINITRON COLOR VIDEO MONITOR ® BVM-14F5U/14F5E BVM-14E5U/14E5E [English] OPERATION MANUAL 1st Edition (Revised 1) Serial No. 2000001 and Higher...
  • Page 2 CAUTION: WARNING Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not by the manufacturer. Discard used batteries according to the expose the unit to rain or moisture. manufacturer’s instructions.
  • Page 3 WARNING: THIS WARNING IS APPLICABLE FOR USA Für Kunden in Deutschland ONLY. Dieses Produkt kann im kommerziellen und in begrenztem Maße auch im industriellen Bereich eingesetzt werden. Dies ist eine Einrichtung, welche die Funk-Entstörung nach If used in USA, use the UL LISTED power cord specified below.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Overview ..................... 2 Features ....................2 Options ....................3 Connector panel configuration ............. 5 Location and Function of Parts ..............7 Front Panel ................... 7 Rear Panel................... 11 Guidance for Basic Monitor Operations ..........13 Inserting and Ejecting the Monitor Memory Card ......14 Basic Menu Operations ................
  • Page 6: Overview

    The BVM-14F5U/14F5E/ precise image reproduction is required. 14E5U/14E5E may be fitted with up to four adaptors.
  • Page 7: Options

    BKM-30E14 Rack Mount Kit The input signal type for each connector is set with the Rack mount kit for mounting the BVM-14F5U/14F5E/ INPUT CONFIGURATION menu, in accordance with 14E5U/14E5E in an EIA standard 19-inch rack.
  • Page 8 Overview BKM-22X SDI Input Expansion Adaptor BKM-28X Analog Input Expansion Adaptor Used with decoder adaptors, increases the number of Used with decoder adaptors, increases the number of input/output channels. Includes input/output input/output channels. Includes input/output connectors for three serial digital channels and three connectors for six analog channels.
  • Page 9: Connector Panel Configuration

    Connector Panel Configuration The BVM-14F5U/14F5E/14E5U/14E5E comes Notes standard with connectors for one channel of Y/R–Y/B– • Only one BKM-22X board can be installed in the Y or RGB. By adding optional decoder adaptors and/ monitor together with either the BKM-20D or the or input expansion adaptors, the input/output connector BKM-21D.
  • Page 10 Overview Decoder Adaptor Priority The table on the right shows which decoder adaptor Decoder adaptor Input signal type and format will be selected preferentially when more than one BKM- BKM- BKM- BKM- decoder adaptor which can accept the NTSC or PAL signal format have been installed in the monitor.
  • Page 11: Location And Function Of Parts

    2 POWER switch Press to power the BVM-14F5U/14F5E/14E5U/14E5E INPUT on or off. If your system includes more than one monitor, you can use the ADDRESS menu to power a...
  • Page 12 CHROMA adjustment turned on (the STANDBY lamp will blink for a few button and knob moments after the switch is turned on). • The BVM-14F5U/14F5E/14E5U/14E5E is changed PHASE from operation mode to standby mode by external control. PHASE adjustment button...
  • Page 13: Function Buttons

    !¡ Function buttons Each time you press one of these buttons, its LED Use these buttons to control the operation of the lights or goes out and the function of the button selected with the SHIFT button 0 is turned on or off. monitor.
  • Page 14: Option Connector

    Location and Function of Parts Shift On functions (Orange LED) 16:9: Turn to the button on to select a 16:9 aspect ratio. The aspect ration is 3:4 when the button is off. SYNC: Turn the button on to synchronize with the sync signal input to the SYNC connector on the rear panel (EXT SYNC).
  • Page 15: Rear Panel

    Rear Panel 5 Analog input connectors 6 Input option slots 7 REMOTE 1 connectors and TERMINATE switch 8 REMOTE 2 connector 1 MAIN POWER switch 2 AC IN connector 9 ISR connector 3 Fuse 4 Deflection option slot 5 Analog input connectors 1 MAIN POWER switch When turned on, the monitor enters standby mode.
  • Page 16 6 Input option slots 8 REMOTE 2 connectors (female, D-sub 9-pin) The BVM-14F5U/14F5E/14E5U/14E5E may be fitted Forms a pararell switch and controls the BVM-14F5U/ with up to four adaptors. 14F5E/14E5U/14E5E externally. The pin arrangement and factory setting function assigned to each pin are 7 REMOTE 1 connectors (female, D-sub 9-pin), given below.
  • Page 17: Guidance For Basic Monitor Operations

    Guidance for Basic Monitor Operations The following table shows how to use a control panel, connectors and menus to perform basic monitor operations. Operations Control panel and connectors Menus Selecting signals to be monitored Specify the channel number with 0 to 9 •...
  • Page 18: Inserting And Ejecting The Monitor Memory Card

    Inserting and Ejecting the Monitor Memory Card For information about using a monitor memory card to save Proceed as follows to insert and eject an optional and load monitor data, see “Monitor Memory Card Data BKM-12Y Monitor Memory Card. Operations —MEMORY CARD Menu” on page 54. Inserting the Monitor Memory Card Monitor memory card insertion slot...
  • Page 19: Basic Menu Operations

    Basic Menu Operations The various functions and operating conditions of the EXTEND MENU: Used to back up the monitor data BVM-14F5U/14F5E/14E5U/14E5E can be set with and re-load the factory data from the installed on-screen menus. board. MEMORY CARD menu: Operates on data in the memory card.
  • Page 20: Selecting The Menu

    Basic Menu Operations Press the ENTER button. Selecting the Menu The INPUT CONFIGURATION menu is Using the UP or DOWN button, move the cursor to displayed. the desired item. (Example: move the cursor with ↓ I N P U T C O N F I G U R A T I O N the DOWN button to SET UP.) M E N U...
  • Page 21: Changing The Settings

    By pressing either the UP or DOWN button, INT Changing the Settings changes to EXT. ↓ I N P U T C O N F I G U R A T I O N The setting procedure differs with different menu items.
  • Page 22 Basic Menu Operations Press the ENTER button. Entering a Numerical Value The SCREEN MODE setting list is displayed. Example: changing the APERTURE VALUE setting S C R E E N M O D E in the INPUT CONFIGURATION menu to 85 4 : 3 - N O R M The numeric keypad, UP and DOWN buttons, or 4 : 3 - U N D R...
  • Page 23: Entering Characters

    Press the ENTER button. Entering Characters The “?” is displayed on the last line of the list (in Example: changing the CHANNEL NAME setting in yellow). the INPUT CONFIGURATION menu to CAM2 C H A N N E L N A M E The PHASE knob or UP and DOWN buttons are used to enter characters.
  • Page 24 Basic Menu Operations As in steps 4 and 5, use the UP or DOWN button 7-1) Press the Del button of the numeric keypad to or the PHASE knob to select “A”, and press the delete “2”. ENTER button. C H A N N E L N A M E “CA”...
  • Page 25 Using default names Press the ENTER button. Example: copy “CAM” and change it to “CAM2” The INPUT CONFIGURATION menu appears, Using the UP or DOWN button, move the cursor to and the CHANNEL NAME is set to “CAM2”. “CAM”. ↑ I N P U T C O N F I G U R A T I O N C H A N N E L...
  • Page 26: Preset Adjustment Of The Picture Level Control Knobs - Control Preset Adj Menu

    Preset Adjustment of the Picture Level Control Knobs — CONTROL PRESET ADJ Menu The preliminary adjustment of contrast, brightness, (2) Automatic adjustment (An external color bar signal chroma, and phase are carried out with the CONTROL is necessary.) PRESET ADJ menu to set the preset values to the (3) Copying data from other channels, common data, knobs for the above-mentioned adjustments.
  • Page 27 MANUAL (PRESET/xxCH): Adjust values by turning the PHASE, CHROMA, BRIGHT, and/or CONTRAST knobs. PHASE: xxxx CHROMA: xxxx BRIGHT: xxxx CONTRAST: xxxx AUTO (PRESET/xxCH): Select the color bar signal to be used for automatic adjustment. ÷ Adjustment is carried out. FULL FIELD CB 100: 100% full-field color bar FF CB 75 (WHITE 100): 75% full-field color bar (with 100% white signal) SMPTE CB: SMPTE standard color bar EIA CB: EIA standard color bar...
  • Page 28 Preset Adjustment of the Picture Level Control Knobs — CONTROL PRESET ADJ Menu FILE NAME (PRESET/xxCH): Choose either PRESET or CH SET. ÷ Copy is carried out. PRESET: Copy common data. CH SET: Copy data set for another channel. Input the number of the channel from which the data will be copied.
  • Page 29: Adjusting The Color Temperature - Color Temp Adj Menu

    (2) Automatic adjustment using a probe memory cards 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. Structure and Usage of the COLOR TEMP ADJ Menu This section explains the setting lists displayed in the menu.
  • Page 30 Adjusting the Color Temperature — COLOR TEMP ADJ Menu COLOR TEMP ADJ menu: Select STD, COL1, COL2, or CH SET. ÷ 201 STD: Use common data (factory setting: D65). COL1: Use common data (factory setting: D65). COL2: Use common data (factory setting: D93). CH SET: Use data for each individual channel (factory setting: D65).
  • Page 31 THOMA TF6...: Use the TF6. ÷ 241 • 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.
  • Page 32 Adjusting the Color Temperature — COLOR TEMP ADJ Menu OTHER MONITOR (STD/COL1/COL2/xxCH): Input the address of the monitor from which the data will be copied. MONITOR ADDRESS: Input the address of the monitor from which the data will be copied. ÷ 264 OTHER MONITOR (STD/COL1/COL2/xxCH): Select STD, COL1,COL2, or CH SET.
  • Page 33: Connection Cable Specifications For Color Temperature Probes

    Connection Cable Specifications for Color Temperature Probes Special cables are required to connect color The following diagrams show specifications and pin temperature probes other than the Sony BKM-14L to assignments for the required cables. the monitor. Connection cable for Minolta CA-100 probe...
  • Page 34 Adjusting the Color Temperature — COLOR TEMP ADJ Menu Connection cable for Graseby SLS 9400 probe Modular connector Mini DIN 8-pin connector (male) Signal Pin Number Signal Pin Number N.C. H SYNC V SYNC N.C. N.C. Connection cable for Philips PM 5639 probe (corresponds to Philips PM 5639/64 cable) Modular connector Mini DIN 8-pin connector (male)
  • Page 35 Connection cable for Thoma TF6 probe D-sub 15-pin connector (female) Mini DIN 8-pin connector (male) Signal Pin Number Signal Pin Number N.C. H SYNC V SYNC N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. 8-15 N.C.
  • Page 36: Setting The Input Configuration - Input Configuration Menu

    Setting the Input Configuration — INPUT CONFIGURATION Menu Assigning serial digital signals Data pertaining to the input signals are set with the INPUT CONFIGURATION menu. It is possible to assign serial digital signals to the serial digital input connectors on the BKM-20D/21D/22X When a channel number (1 to 90) is entered with the adaptors.
  • Page 37: Structure And Usage Of The Input Configuration Menu

    Structure and Usage of 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 3-digit number. These numbers are not displayed on the screen.
  • Page 38 Setting the Input Configuration — INPUT CONFIGURATION Menu INPUT CONFIGURATION menu (1/2): Set input signal data for each channel. xxCH: Current channel is indicated. Enter a channel number with the numeric keypad if changing the channel. The settings below will be stored as information about the signal to be connected to this channel.
  • Page 39 COMPOSITE (xxCH): Select the format of a composite or Y/C signal. Notes • Even when selecting AUTO, also select the NTSC, PAL, or PAL-M format. • 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 40 Setting the Input Configuration — INPUT CONFIGURATION Menu SAFE AREA (xxCH): Select the type of screen. ÷ 323 4:3 OR 16:9: Display the screen and safe area in 4:3 or 16:9 aspect ratio. 16:9 IN 4:3: Display a 16:9 aspect ratio safe area in a 4:3 aspect ratio screen. 4:3 IN 16:9: Display a 4:3 aspect ratio safe area in a 16:9 aspect ratio screen.
  • Page 41 MEMORY CARD (xxCH): Select the file name. ÷ 335 MEMORY CARD (xxCH): Select which channel of the chosen file from which to copy data. ÷ Copy is carried out. CH NO: Enter the channel number. When the input channel number is deleted with the Del button. the number “1” appears instead.
  • Page 42: Assigning The Remote Control Functions - Remote Menu

    Numbers remote control (REMOTE 1) and parallel remote control (REMOTE 2) are possible. It is The BVM-14F5U/14F5E/14E5U/14E5E is able to possible to simultaneously use the control panel, control up to 32 monitors connected via serial remote REMOTE 1, and REMOTE 2 for control, but connector (using the REMOTE 1 connector).
  • Page 43 SET UP menu list: Choose the menu for setting the desired items. INPUT CONFIGURATION menu REMOTE menu: Set the remote control functionality ÷ 340 PASSWORD menu SYSTEM CONFIGURATION menu ON SCREEN SET menu ALIGNMENT menu EXTEND MENU REMOTE menu: Select the type of remote control. REMOTE 2: Select whether or not parallel remote control will be used (ON or OFF).
  • Page 44 REMOTE MODE: Select a remote mode according to the type of monitors connected through the REMOTE1 connector. When only Sony BVM-xxE/F 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...
  • Page 45: Setting The Password - Password Menu

    Setting the Password — PASSWORD Menu If the password is not entered correctly A four-digit password can be specified and applied to If an incorrect password is entered, or if nothing is desired menu options to prohibit the menu settings from being changed without permission.
  • Page 46 Setting the Password — PASSWORD Menu SET UP menu list: Choose the menu for setting the desired items. INPUT CONFIGURATION menu REMOTE menu PASSWORD menu: Set the password ÷ 400 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION menu ON SCREEN SET menu ALIGNMENT menu PASSWORD menu: Enter the password for the PASSWORD menu. ENTER PASSWORD: Enter the password (factory setting: 9999).
  • Page 47: Setting The Channel Selection Method And Power-up Conditions - System Configuration Menu

    Setting the Channel Selection Method and Power- Up Conditions — SYSTEM CONFIGURATION Menu The SYSTEM CONFIGURATION menu is used for (3) Power-up input channel the following settings: LAST: Set the channel to the channel that was selected at the time the power was last turned off. (1) Channel number entry method CH xx: Set the channel to a specific channel number.
  • Page 48: Structure And Usage Of The System Configuration Menu

    Setting the Channel Selection Method and Power-Up Conditions — SYSTEM CONFIGURATION Menu Structure and Usage 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 3-digit number.
  • Page 49: Setting The Screen Display - On Screen Set Menu

    Setting the Screen Display — ON SCREEN SET Menu 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 given below. (1) The VITC or user bit from the input signal (2) Caption vision (3) SDI signal ancillary data blanking (when using...
  • Page 50: Structure And Usage Of The On Screen Set Menu

    Setting the Screen Display — ON SCREEN SET Menu Structure and Usage 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 3-digit number.
  • Page 51 ON SCREEN SET menu: Select items to be displayed on the screen. VITC...: Select whether or not to display the VITC or user bit data contained in the input signal. ÷ CAPTION VISION...: Select whether or not to display the caption, and select the display mode. ÷ ANCILLARY DATA: Select whether or not to display the ancillary data in the serial digital signal (OFF or ON).
  • Page 52: Convergence Adjustments - Alignment Menu

    Convergence Adjustments — ALIGNMENT Menu The ALIGNMENT menu is used for adjusting convergence and geometry. Structure and Usage of the ALIGNMENT 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 3-digit number.
  • Page 53 ALIGNMENT menu (1/4): Adjust each item 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. H SIZE: Adjust the width of the picture.
  • Page 54 Convergence Adjustments — ALIGNMENT Menu ALIGNMENT menu (4/4): Adjust each item with the UP and DOWN buttons or PHASE knob. H CV R C: Adjust horizontal convergence at the center right of the screen. H CV R T: Adjust horizontal convergence at the top right of the screen. H CV R B: Adjust horizontal convergence at the bottom right of the screen.
  • Page 55: Using Extended Function - Extend Menu

    Using Extended Functions — EXTEND MENU The following 4 functions can be executed with the (3) Restart the monitor. EXTEND menu. (4) Automatically adjust the setup level and 100 IRE level of the internal white signal which is used in (1) Restore factory default data for installed boards.
  • Page 56 Using Extended Functions — EXTEND MENU EXTEND MENU: Choose the function to execute with the UP and DOWN buttons or PHASE knob. RE-LOAD FACTORY DATA...: Restore factory default data for the board installed in the selected slot. ÷ 760 MEMORY CARD...: Read and write setting and adjustment data by using the monitor memory card.
  • Page 57 Notes • Before a monitor memory card can be used, it must be formatted it with the FORMAT menu (805). • System data and memory card data (800) cannot be stored on the same memory card. To store memory card data, use another memory card. •...
  • Page 58: Monitor Memory Card Data Operations - Memory Card Menu

    Monitor Memory Card Data Operations — MEMORY CARD Menu For information on handling a monitor memory card, see Operations on monitor memory card data are “Inserting and Ejecting the Monitor Memory Card” on performed with the MEMORY CARD menu. page 14. Structure and Usage of the MEMORY CARD Menu This section explains the setting lists displayed in the menu.
  • Page 59 SELECTED OR CREATED FILE NAME: Confirm the data write. OVERWRITE THIS FILE? OK: ENTER KEY CANCEL: MENU KEY To overwrite the file, press ENTER. ÷ The data write is performed. To cancel the write, press MENU. ÷ Return to the SAVE (801). LOAD: Select the name of the file from which to read data.
  • Page 60: Monitor-to-monitor Data Copy - Copy Menu

    Monitor-to-Monitor Data Copy — COPY Menu 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 and Usage of the COPY Menu This section explains the setting lists displayed in the menu.
  • Page 61: Displaying Information About The Monitor - Status Menu

    Displaying Information About the Monitor — STATUS Menu 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 and Usage of the STATUS Menu This section explains the setting lists displayed in the menu.
  • Page 62 Displaying Information About the Monitor — STATUS Menu STATUS menu (3/3): Data about circuit boards fitted into the respective slots in the rear panel is displayed. SLOT1 SLOT2 SLOT3 SLOT4 SLOT5 SLOT6 SLOT7 SLOT8 SLOT9...
  • Page 63: Selecting The Monitor To Control - Address Menu

    SINGLE: Control only a specified monitor. Enter the remote connection, they can be controlled with a monitor address. BVM-14F5U/14F5E/14E5U/14E5E. The ADDRESS GROUP: Control only a specified monitor group. menu is used to choose whether one particular monitor Enter the group address.
  • Page 64: Specifications

    Super fine pitch Trinitron Y: 1 Vp-p ±6 dB, positive, high Aperture grille pitch: impedance 0.25 mm (BVM-14F5U/14F5E) R–Y/B–Y: 0.7 Vp-p ±6 dB, or 0.22 mm (BVM-14E5U/ positive, high impedance 14E5E), 90-degree deflection, Sync input BNC type, 1 (with loop-through 29.4 mm diameter in-line gun.
  • Page 65 Less than 1% of picture height (at 100 cd/m peak luminescence, 10 to 90% APL) Scan delay Horizontal: Approx. line Vertical: Approx. field Resolution BVM-14F5U/14F5E: 800 TV lines (at screen center, 100 cd/m luminescence) BVM-14E5U/14E5E: 900 TV lines (at screen center, 100 cd/m luminescence)
  • 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 Sony Corporation Printed in Japan BVM-14F5U/14F5E/14E5U/14E5E (UC/EK, 1997.06.08 Image & Sound Communication Company © 1995 3-800-993-14(1) Published by Image & Sound Communication Company...

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