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No.
ITEM
5
HOUR METER counting No.
6
KEY LOCK/UNLOCK
7
Mask color when PC-9800
8
Setting of mask when NTSC is used
9
MP mode
10
CONTRAST adjustment data
11
BRIGHT. adjustment data
12
COLOR adjustment data
13
TINT adjustment data
14
SHARPNESS adjustment data
15
R HIGH adjustment data
16
G HIGH adjustment data
17
B HIGH adjustment data
18
R LOW adjustment data
19
G LOW adjustment data
20
B LOW adjustment data
21
CLK.FRQ. adjustment data
22
CLK.FHS. adjustment data
23
HOR.POS. adjustment data
24
VER.POS. adjustment data
• When the breaker is turned on or off to start or stop an entire system, such as a permanent system, the timing
conditions above are required in order to save the latest data in the memory.

5.1.6 Aging

• When power is turned on, input signals that will not cause screen burnout, such as a 100% white signal or LD
animation, perform aging (for approx. 30 min) until the system is stable. After aging, adjustments may be performed
smoothly and accurately.
At any time, and when STANDBY status is activated
Approx. 4 seconds after operation
®
is used
Approx. 4 seconds after operation
Approx. 4 seconds after operation
Approx. 4 seconds after operation
When adjusting using the main body operation panel or remote control,
a)
when STANDBY status is activated
b)
when the non-operational period persists for approx. 180 seconds,
and operation is switched to Normal Operations mode
c)
when switching to Normal Operations mode by pressing the MENU button
d)
when switching to Normal Operations mode by pressing the KEY
LOCK button on the main body
e)
when switching to Normal Operations mode after the input signal is
switched over externally
f)
when switching to RS232C adjustment mode using the <AJY>
command
g)
when hierarchy is restored by pressing the SET button.
When adjusting using the RS232C command,
a)
when STANDBY status is activated
b)
when the non-operational period persists for approx. 30 seconds,
and the OSD indication disappears
c)
when switching to Normal Operations mode using the <AJN> command
d)
when switching to Normal Operations mode by pressing the main-
body operation-panel button
e)
when switching to Normal Operations mode after the input signal is
externally switched over
f)
when switching to Menu mode by pressing the MENU button
g)
when switching to Normal Operations mode by pressing the main-
body operation-panel button or the remote control, in KEY LOCK status
h)
when adjustment items are changed
Before making adjustments
MEMORY TIMING
113
<Ver. 2.1>

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