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TRINITRON
COLOR VIDEO MONITOR
®
BVM-F24E
BVM-F24U
BVM-F24J
BVM-F24A
OPERATION MANUAL
[Japanese/English]
1st Edition (Revised 4)
Serial No. 2000001 and Higher

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  • Page 1 TRINITRON COLOR VIDEO MONITOR ® BVM-F24E BVM-F24U BVM-F24J BVM-F24A OPERATION MANUAL [Japanese/English] 1st Edition (Revised 4) Serial No. 2000001 and Higher...
  • Page 2 VCCI...
  • Page 3: Remote

    ....................................................................................................................................................................CONTROL PRESET ADJ ........... COLOR TEMP ADJ ..........(SET UP1) [C1] INPUT CONFIGURATION ..........(SET UP2) REMOTE [C2] ..(SET UP3) PASSWORD [C3] ..[C4] (SET UP4) SYSTEM CONFIGURATION ..........
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    (SET UP5) ON SCREEN SET [C5] ....[C6] (SET UP6) ALIGNMENT ................[C7] SET UP7 WHITE UNIFORMITY ............[C8] SET UP8 EXTEND ......MEMORY CARD ..COPY FROM ......STATUS ........ADDRESS ....................................................
  • Page 5 • • • • • • •...
  • Page 10 1080/60I 720/60P ®1) SXGA HD-SDI (kHz) (Hz) 1080/24P 24PsF HD-SDI Dual Link HD-SDI ®...
  • Page 11 • • • • • • BKM-10R BKM-11R BKM-12Y BKM-14L BKM-...
  • Page 12 OPTION POWER STANDBY OVER LOAD STANDBY( • [C2] • POWER( OVER LOAD( OPTION(...
  • Page 13 RGB INPUT HD-SDI I/O REMOTE 1 REMOTE 2 MAIN POWER AC IN CONTROL UNIT...
  • Page 14 MAIN POWER( RGB INPUT HD/COMP HD/COMP [C4] AC IN(AC [C1] HD-SDI I/O LINK A [LINK A] 1 LINK A MONITOR OUT MONITOR DUAL LINK LINK B [LINK B] 2 MONITOR LINK B MONITOR OUT...
  • Page 15 REMOTE 2( (D-sub 9 • • [C1] REMOTE 1( (D-sub 9 REMOTE 1 REMOTE 1 IN REMOTE 1 OUT [C2] ISR(Interactive Status Reporting) (D-sub REMOTE 1 REMOTE 1 CONTROL UNIT( (D-sub 9 D-sub 9...
  • Page 16 BKM-10R POWER DEGAUSS DISPLAY UNIT SHIFT MANUAL SHIFT( MENU MENU UP/DOWN ENTER DOWN ENTER...
  • Page 17: Display Unit

    POWER( MANUAL( DEGAUSS( PHASE CHROMA BRIGHT CONTRAST DISPLAY UNIT CHROMA CONTRAST PHASE BRIGHT MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL INPUT ENTER...
  • Page 18 LED) • • • • MONO( MONO COMB ADDRESS BLUE SAFE 16 : 9 SYNC ONLY AREA ADDRESS( ADDRESS ADDRESS ADDRESS ADDRESS COLOR TEMP ADJ MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL COMB( APT(...
  • Page 19 LED) 16:9 16 9 SYNC( COMP HD/VD (EXT SYNC) OFF (INT SYNC) •INT SYNC • INT SYNC BLUE ONLY( R/G/B R( ) G( ) B( ) MONO COMB ADDRESS SAFE AREA( BLUE SAFE 16 : 9 SYNC ONLY AREA EXT SYNC MANUAL...
  • Page 20 EJECT EJECT EJECT EJECT...
  • Page 21 UP/DOWN MENU ENTER PHASE INPUT CHROMA PHASE BRIGHT CONTRAST MENU ENTER DOWN MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL...
  • Page 22: Control Preset Adj

    M E N U pC O N T R O L P R E S E T A D J . . . C O L O R T E M P A D J . . . S E T U P . . . M E M O R Y C A R D .
  • Page 23 I N P U T C O N F I G U R A T I O N ↑↓ C H 0 1 C H A N N E L N A M E . . . P R O G pC O N T R O L P R E S E T C O L O R T E M P...
  • Page 24 C H A N N E L N A M E C H 0 1 P R O G E D I T S Y S T E M C O N F I G U R A T I O N C A M V T R I N P U T S E L E C T...
  • Page 25 ADDRESS...
  • Page 26 [A1] [A1] [B1] [B2] [B3] [B4] [C1] • [C2] • [C3] • [C4] • [C5] • [C6] • [C7] • [C8] • [D1] [D2] [D3] [D4] [E1] [F1] [F2]...
  • Page 27: Control Preset Adj

    CONTROL PRESET ADJ COPY FROM • MANUAL MANUAL • AUTO • CONTROL PRESET ADJ SELECTED CH DATA PRESET MANUAL A11 BRIGHT CH SET CONTRAST MATRIX ITU 709 FULL FIELD WHITE 100% AUTO A12 VARIABLE 8 COLOR BAR 100% 8 COLOR BAR 75% 7 COLOR BAR 100% HDW COLOR BAR OTHER VALUE A131...
  • Page 28 COLOR TEMP ADJ CONTROL PRESET ADJ [A13] COPY FROM [A2] MATRIX OTHER VALUE... k [A131] OTHER MONITOR... k [A132] MEMORY CARD... k [A133] • • [A131] OTHER VALUE k [A12] PRESET [A11] MANUAL CH SET BRIGHT [A132] OTHER MONITOR CONTRAST k [A1321] MONITOR ADDRESS [F1]...
  • Page 29 COLOR TEMP ADJ [A12] MANUAL • PROBE • COPY FROM • • TRIM...
  • Page 30 COLOR TEMP ADJ SELECTED CH DATA ADJUST MANUAL B11 ORIGINAL VALUE COL1 SIGNAL COL2 CH SET PROBE B12 SONY BKM-14L B121 ADJUST B1211 START B12111 SET PROBE ON CRT ANALYZE B1212 GRASEBY SLS9400 LOW LIGHT (20IRE) MINOLTA CA-100 HIGHLIGHT (100IRE)
  • Page 31 [B1] STD/COL1/COL2/CH SET MANUAL... k[B11] [F2] PROBE... k[B12] [F2] COPY FROM... k[B13] TRIM... k[B14] [B11] MANUAL [C4] ADJUST... [B12] PROBE SONY BKM-14L... RED CONTRAST KNOB k[B121] GRASEBY SLS 9400... GREEN BRIGHT KNOB k[B122] MINOLTA CA-100... BLUE CHROMA KNOB k[B122] LUMINANCE PHASE KNOB...
  • Page 32 PHILIPS PM 5639... k[B122] THOMA TF6... SET PROBE ON THIS CRT k[B122] PRESS ENTER • k[B12121] • [B12121] SET PROBE ON THIS CRT [B121] SONY BKM-14L ADJUST... X xxxx k[B1211] ANALYZE Y xxxx k[B1212] L xxxx [B1211] ADJUST [B122] GRASEBY/MINOLTA/PHILIPS/THOMA...
  • Page 33 [B1321] MONITOR ADDRESS TRIM COL1 [B11] COL2 CH SET APPLY [B133] MEMORY CARD NOT APPLY ÷[B1331] FILE NAME [B11] SIGNAL [B1331] FILE NAME ÷ COL1 COL2 CH SET [B14] TRIM ADJUST GREEN BLUE LUMINANCE RED/GREEN/BLUE...
  • Page 34: Input Configuration

    (SET UP1) [C1] INPUT CONFIGURATION (SET UP1) INPUT CONFIGURATION [C1] 91 99 FORMAT • HD-SDI SCAN • 092 20 CONVERSION 093 100 LINK NO • 094 5 SYNC MODE • SCREEN MODE • • SAFE AREA DISPLAY • 099 0 SAFE AREA MODE CHANNEL NAME •...
  • Page 35 SET UP/INPUT CONFIGURATION INPUT CONFIGURATION C1 (1/2) CHxx FORMAT C11 HD SDI 4:2:2 YPBPR HD SDI 4:4:4 YPBPR HD SDI 4:4:4 GBR ANALOG RGB SCAN CONVERSION C12 SINGLE LINK1 LINK NO SINGLE LINK2 DUAL LINK SYNC MODE NORMAL SCREEN MODE 16:9 UNDER 1.66:1...
  • Page 36 (SET UP1) INPUT CONFIGURATION [C1] INPUT CONFIGURATION C1 (2/2) CHxx CHANNEL NAME C14 PROG EDIT NEW NAME CONTROL PRESET CH SET COLOR TEMP C15 COL1 COL2 CH SET H PHASE COPY FROM C16 OTHER CH MONITOR OTHER MONITOR C161 CH NO ADDRESS C1611 MEMORY CARD C162 FILE...
  • Page 37 STD WIDTH STD HEIGHT • [C1] INPUT CONFIGURATION (2/2) CHxx • ÷ ÷ CHANNEL NAME... k[C14] CONTROL [C1] INPUT CONFIGURATION (1/2) PRESET CHxx CH SET COLOR TEMP... k[C15] H PHASE FORMAT... k [C11] SCAN CONVERSION COPY FROM... k[C12] k[C16] LINK NO SYNC MODE [C11] FORMAT HD SDI 4:2:2 YPBPR...
  • Page 38: Input Configuration

    (SET UP1) INPUT CONFIGURATION [C1] [C131] ASPECT MODE • 16:9 1.66:1 [C13] SAFE AREA MODE 1.85:1 2.39:1 VARIABLE CROSS MARK ASPECT [C132] SAD SIZE MARKER ASPECT ANY SIZE BLANKING SAFE TITLE SAD MODE (SHAPE A) DISPLAY ASPECT MODE k [C131] H POSITION SAD MODE [C14] CHANNEL NAME...
  • Page 39 [C16] COPY FROM OTHER CH OTHER MONITOR... k[C161] MEMORY CARD... k[C162] [C161] OTHER MONITOR MONITOR ADDRESS k[C1611] [C1611] MONITOR ADDRESS CH NO [C162] MEMORY CARD FILE NAME k[C1621] [C1621] FILE NAME CH NO...
  • Page 40 (SET UP2) [C2] REMOTE (SET UP1) INPUT CONFIGURATION [C1] REMOTE 1 • REMOTE 1 CONFIG REMOTE 2 • REMOTE 2 CONFIG REMOTE 2 • REMOTE 2 CH1(1 pin) CH2(2 pin)
  • Page 41 SET UP/REMOTE INPUT CONFIGURATION C1 REMOTE C2 REMOTE 1 CONFIG C21 MONITOR ADDRESS PASSWORD C3 GROUP ADDRESS SYSTEM CONFIGURATION C4 ON SCREEN SET C5 REMOTE 2 CONFIG C22 1 PIN C221 CH (1/2) ALIGNMENT C6 REMOTE 2 2 PIN WHITE UNIFORMITY C7 SAFE AREA 3 PIN ON (2/2)
  • Page 42 (SET UP1) INPUT CONFIGURATION [C1] [C2] (SET UP2) REMOTE [C221] 1 8 PIN (1/2) • ----- UNDER SCAN H DELAY • k V DELAY EXT SYNC MONO [C2] REMOTE [C221] 1 8 PIN (2/2) REMOTE 1 CONFIG... R OFF G OFF k[C21] B OFF REMOTE 2 CONFIG...
  • Page 43 (SET UP3) [C3] PASSWORD SET UP/PASSWORD INPUT CONFIGURATION C1 REMOTE C2 ENTER ENTER CHANGE RE-ENTER PASSWORD C3 PASSWORD C3111 PASSWORD C31 PASSWORD C311 PASSWORD SYSTEM CONFIGURATION C4 ON SCREEN SET C5 APPLY CONTROL PRESET ADJ ALIGNMENT C6 PASSWORD C312 COLOR TEMP ADJ WHITE UNIFORMITY C7 SET UP EXTEND MENU C8...
  • Page 44 (SET UP3) PASSWORD [C3] [C311] CHANGE PASSWORD ENTER PASSWORD... k[C3111] [C3111] ENTER PASSWORD RE-ENTER PASSWORD k[C31] [C312] APPLY PASSWORD CONTROL PRESET ADJ YES COLOR TEMP ADJ YES SET UP YES MEMORY CARD YES COPY FROM:YES KEY PROTECT:YES...
  • Page 45: System Configuration

    (SET UP4) [C4] SYSTEM CONFIGURATION • CONT/BRT HOLD INPUT SELECT • CONT/BRT • CENTER STANDBY MODE • DEFAULT CH • • COL TEMP SHORT-CUT [F2] • DEGAUSS DELAY SET UP/SYSTEM CONFIGURATION INPUT CONFIGURATION C1 REMOTE C2 PASSWORD C3 INPUT SELECT SYSTEM CONFIGURATION C4 STANDBY MODE ON SCREEN SET C5...
  • Page 46: System Configuration

    [C4] (SET UP4) SYSTEM CONFIGURATION CONT/BRT HOLD CONTROL PRESET ADJ • • k CONT/BRT CENTER [C4] SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 1000 0000 INPUT SELECT COL TEMP SHORT-CUT COLOR TEMP ADJ DIRECT 10KEY [F2] DIRECT( ON COLOR TEMP ADJ OFF COLOR TEMP ADJ 10KEY( STANDBY MODE DEFAULT CH...
  • Page 47: [c5]

    (SET UP5) [C5] ON SCREEN SET • ANCILLARY DATA • FORMAT DISPLAY POSITION • CH NO POSITION • CH NAME POSITION SET UP/ON SCREEN SET INPUT CONFIGURATION C1 REMOTE C2 PASSWORD C3 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION C4 ON SCREEN SET C5 ANCILLARY DATA ALIGNMENT C6 AUTO WHITE UNIFORMITY C7...
  • Page 48: (set Up5) On Screen Set

    [C5] (SET UP5) ON SCREEN SET POSITION TOP LEFT • TOP CENTER TOP RIGHT BOTTOM LEFT • k BOTTOM CENTER BOTTOM RIGHT [C52] CH NO POSITION [C5] ON SCREEN SET CH NO ANCILLARY DATA AUTO FORMAT DISPLAY k[C51] FORMAT DISPLAY POSITION POSITION k[C51] CH NO...
  • Page 49: [c6]

    (SET UP6) [C6] ALIGNMENT • [C8] ALIGNMENT (1/3) ALIGNMENT (2/3) • • ALIGNMENT (3/3) SET UP/ALIGNMENT INPUT CONFIGURATION C1 REMOTE C2 PASSWORD C3 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION C4 ON SCREEN SET C5 ALIGNMENT (1/3) — ROTATION ALIGNMENT C6 WHITE UNIFORMITY C7 ALIGNMENT (2/3) — H PIN EXTEND MENU C8 ALIGNMENT (3/3) —...
  • Page 50: Set Up6 Alignment

    [C6] SET UP6 ALIGNMENT [C6] ALIGNMENT (1/3) H PIN BAL ROTATION H CORNER PIN H PHASE H CORNER S V CENTER H KEY H SIZE H KEY BAL V SIZE [C6] ALIGNMENT (3/3) VITS BLK V STATIC CONV V CONV TOP V CONV BOT H STATIC CONV SUB CONTRAST...
  • Page 51 [C61] CONV FINE ADJUST H G CONV ADJUST... k [C611] B GR B G R BG R V CONV H CONV CONTRAST KNOB H G CONV BRIGHT KNOB V CONV CHROMA KNOB V G CONV V G CONV PHASE KNOB CURSOR POSITION 10KEY [C61] TO CANCEL MENU KEY...
  • Page 52: Set Up7

    [C7] SET UP7 WHITE UNIFORMITY • LANDING ADJUST DIGITAL UNIFORMITY • SET UP/WHITE UNIFORMITY WHITE UNIFORMITY (1/2) C7 MANUAL C71 DIRECTION C711 NORTH (LANDING ADJUST) NORTH EAST EAST SOUTH EAST SOUTH SOUTH WEST WEST NORTH WEST FINE ADJUST C712 TOP LEFT TOP RIGHT AUTO C72 SET PROBE ON CURSOR...
  • Page 53 [C711] DIRECTION NORTH NORTH EAST EAST • SOUTH EAST SOUTH SOUTH WEST WEST NORTH WEST • k [C712] FINE ADJUST [C7] WHITE UNIFORMITY (1/2) LANDING ADJUST TOP LEFT: MANUAL... k[C71] AUTO... TOP RIGHT: k[C72] SIGNAL BOTTOM LEFT: BOTTOM RIGHT: [C7] WHITE UNIFORMITY (2/2) RESET: DIGITAL UNIFORMITY ADJ MANUAL...
  • Page 54: White Uniformity

    [C7] SET UP7 WHITE UNIFORMITY CURSOR H SIZE CURSOR V SIZE [C7] [C731] ADJUST [C7] BKM-14L [C7] DO YOU WISH TO ABORT? LEFT CURSOR: ABORT RED/GREEN/BLUE RIGHT CURSOR: CONTINUE k [C7] [C73] k [C721] [C73] MANUAL [F1] ADJUST... k [C731] [F1] [C74] AUTO FULL POINTS RED CONTRAST KNOB...
  • Page 55 ÷ IN PROGRESS [C7] BKM-14L DO YOU WISH TO ABORT? LEFT CURSOR: ABORT RIGHT CURSOR: CONTINUE k [C7] [C7] k [C741] [C75] AUTO ONE POINT [C7] CURSOR POSITION 10KEY BKM-14L TO CANCEL MENU KEY DO YOU WISH TO ABORT? TO CONFIRM ENTER KEY LEFT CURSOR: ABORT RIGHT CURSOR: CONTINUE k [C75]...
  • Page 56: Set Up8

    SET UP8 [C8] EXTEND RE-START MONITOR • • INT SIGNAL • MAINTENANCE RE-LOAD FACTORY DATA • • MEMORY CARD SET UP/EXTEND INPUT CONFIGURATION C1 REMOTE C2 PASSWORD C3 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION C4 SLOT 1 CONTROL ON SCREEN SET C5 SLOT 2 DUNIF/DCONV ALIGNMENT C6 SLOT 3 POWER SUPPLY 2 WHITE UNIFORMITY C7...
  • Page 57 [C8] EXTEND • ENTER PASSWORD [C81] • RE-LOAD FACTORY DATA... k[C811] [C8121] BACK UP SYSTEM DATA MEMORY CARD... k[C812] RE-START MONITOR k[C813] BACK UP SYSTEM DATA ADJ INT SIGNAL IN PROGRESS...SYSTEM k[C814] MAINTENANCE [C8122] RE-STORE SYSTEM DATA k[C815] RE-STORE SYSTEM DATA [C811] RE-LOAD FACTORY DATA ALL DATA WILL BE RESTORED...
  • Page 58: Memory Card

    MEMORY CARD SAVE • LOAD • DELETE • FORMAT • MEMORY CARD MEMORY CARD D SAVE D1 NEW NAME LOAD D2 FILE NAME DELETE D3 FILE NAME FORMAT D4 FILE NAME Confirmation message Confirmation message [D2] LOAD [D3] DELETE • DELETE THIS FILE? OK ENTER KEY •...
  • Page 59: Copy From

    COPY FROM • • CONTROL PRESET • COLOR TEMP SET UP • SET UP COPY FROM MONITOR ADDRESS E1 COPY FROM E CONTROL PRESET COLOR TEMP SET UP [E] COPY FROM MONITOR ADDRESS k [E1] • [E1] MONITOR ADDRESS • k CONTROL PRESET COLOR TEMP SET UP...
  • Page 60: Fstatus

    STATUS • STATUS (1/2) • STATUS (2/2) STATUS STATUS F STATUS (1/2) F1 CH STATUS F11 STATUS (2/2) F2 MODEL NAME [F2] STATUS (2/2) MODEL NAME • SERIAL NO OPERATION TIME SOFTWARE VERSION • k [F] STATUS k [F1] [F1] STATUS (1/2) [F11] CH STATUS FORMAT...
  • Page 61: Address

    ADDRESS A D D R E S S S I N G L E - - - G R O U P * * * A L L * * * A L L P O W E R O N A L L P O W E R O F F ADDRESS D I S P L A Y M O N I T O R A D D R E S S...
  • Page 62 ADDRESS ADDRESS...
  • Page 65 HD-SDI 16:9 1125 (4:2:2) SMPTE 274M/292M (4:4:4) SMPTE 274M (Hz)/ (kHz) (Hz)/ • • • • 16:9 (4:2:2) SMPTE 296M/292M (4:4:4) SMPTE 296M (Hz)/ (kHz) (Hz)/ • • •...
  • Page 67 : mm BKM-10R : mm 565.5 565.5 559.3 559.3 2-M4 446.6 447.5...
  • Page 68 GRASEBY SLS 9400 N.C. H SYNC V SYNC N.C. N.C. MINOLTA CA-100 N.C. H SYNC V SYNC N.C. N.C. 8~25 N.C.
  • Page 69 PHILIPS PM 5639 (PHILIPS PM 5639/64 H SYNC N.C. V SYNC N.C. N.C. THOMA N.C. H SYNC V SYNC N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. 8~15...
  • Page 70 ADDRESS — ADDRESS [C814] ADJ INT SIGNAL SET UP/EXTEND [B1211] ADJUST COLOR TEMP ADJ [C611] SET UP/ALIGNMENT [C731] SET UP/WHITE UNIFORMITY [C6] ALIGNMENT SET UP/ALIGNMENT [B1212] ANALYZE COLOR TEMP ADJ [C312] APPLY PASSWORD SET UP/PASSWORD [C13] ASPECT BLANKING SET UP/INPUT CONFIGURATION [C13] ASPECT MARKER SET UP/INPUT CONFIGURATION...
  • Page 71 [A1331] FILE NAME CONTROL PRESET ADJ [B1331] COLOR TEMP ADJ [C1621] SET UP/INPUT CONFIGURATION [C712] FINE ADJUST SET UP/WHITE UNIFORMITY [C11] FORMAT SET UP/INPUT CONFIGURATION [D4] MEMORY CARD [C51] FORMAT DISPLAY SET UP/ON SCREEN SET [B122] GRASEBY COLOR TEMP ADJ INPUT CONFIGURATION [C1] SET UP/INPUT CONFIGURATION...
  • Page 72 SET PROBE ON THIS CRT [B12121] COLOR TEMP ADJ SET UP SET UP [B121] SONY BKM-14L COLOR TEMP ADJ [B12111] START COLOR TEMP ADJ STATUS STATUS [F1] STATUS [F2] STATUS [B1] COLOR TEMP ADJ [C4] SYSTEM CONFIGURATION SET UP/SYSTEM CONFIGURATION...
  • Page 74 CAUTION: WARNING Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not recommended by the manufacturer. Discard used batteries expose the unit to rain or moisture. according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
  • Page 75 For the customers in USA (BVM-F24U) Pour les clients européens (BVM-F24E/F24A) This equipment has been tested and found to comply with Ce produit portant la marque CE est conforme à la fois à la the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of Directive sur la compatibilité...
  • Page 77 Table of Contents Precautions ....................3 Chapter 1 Overview Overview ....................4 Features ..................4 Options ................... 5 Location and Function of Parts ............. 6 Front Panel ..................6 Rear Panel ..................7 BKM-10R Monitor Control Unit (Optional) ........ 10 Basic Menu Operations ................
  • Page 78 Table of Contents [C6] Adjusting Geometry and Convergence (SET UP 6) — ALIGNMENT Menu ..............43 Overview ..................43 Structure of the ALIGNMENT Menu .......... 43 Setting Lists of the ALIGNMENT Menu ........43 [C7] Adjusting Beam Landing and Digital Uniformity (SET UP 7) —...
  • Page 79: Precautions

    Do not throw away the carton and packing materials. They make an ideal container which to transport the unit. 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.
  • Page 80: Overview

    For effective picture size, see “Specifications” on page 57. ® 2) Trinitron is a registered trademark of Sony Corporation. 3) For details on the signal format, see “HD-SDI Input and Display Available Signal Formats” on page 59 and “Analog RGB Available Signal Formats” on page 60.
  • Page 81: Options

    Digital convergence circuit The monitor is controlled by a separate control unit, High resolution can be reproduced on every point of such as an optional BKM-10R/11R Monitor Control the screen, even in the peripheral area, thanks to the Unit or by daisy chain connections. The BVM-F24E/ F24U/F24A can be connected to the BKM-10R via an built-in digital convergence circuit.
  • Page 82: Location And Function Of Parts

    Location and Function of Parts Front Panel 1 Tally lamp 5 OPTION connector 2 POWER lamp 3 STANDBY lamp 4 OVER LOAD lamp 1 Tally lamp 3 STANDBY lamp With factory settings, the tally lamp lights when pins Lights when the monitor is in standby mode. The No.
  • Page 83: Rear Panel

    Rear Panel 4 RGB INPUT connectors 5 HD-SDI I/O connectors 6 REMOTE 1 connectors 7 REMOTE 2 connector 1 MAIN POWER switch 2 AC IN socket 8 ISR connector 3 Fuse 9 CONTROL UNIT connector 1 MAIN POWER switch 2 AC IN socket (3-pin) When turned on, the monitor enters operation mode.
  • Page 84: D-sub

    Location and Function of Parts 4 RGB INPUT connectors (BNC type) For information about the INPUT CONFIGURATION menu, see “ [C1] Setting the Input Configuration (SET UP 1) — INPUT CONFIGURATION Menu” on page 28. G connector B connector 6 REMOTE 1 connectors (female, D-sub 9-pin) R connector REMOTE 1 HD/COMP connector...
  • Page 85 7 REMOTE 2 connector (female, D-sub 9-pin) Forms a parallel switch and controls the monitor externally. The pin assignment 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 86: Bkm-10r Monitor Control Unit (optional)

    Location and Function of Parts BKM-10R Monitor Control Unit (Optional) This manual explains the location and function of parts Note and controls of the optional BKM-10R Monitor If you press the UP/DOWN buttons or ENTER button Control Unit. The explanation applies to the optional on the Monitor Control Unit quickly and repeatedly, it BKM-11R Monitor Control Unit.
  • Page 87 6 DEGAUSS button 9 MANUAL adjustment buttons and knobs Press to degauss the CRT (every time the monitor is Each press of one of these buttons turns the button’s turned on, the CRT is degaussed automatically). To green LED on or off. When the corresponding button is degauss again, wait for more than five minutes.
  • Page 88 Location and Function of Parts Function buttons in SHIFT OFF mode (LEDs of function buttons in green) (Underscan) button: When this button is pushed in (ON), the picture is underscanned by 3%, and four ends of the raster is displayed on the screen. When the computer RGB signals are input, the underscan is fixed to ON.
  • Page 89 Function buttons in SHIFT ON mode (LEDs of function buttons in amber) 16:9 button: The button is not available for this unit. For the computer RGB signals, the aspect ratio is set to 5:4, and for other signals it is set to 16:9. SYNC button: When this button is pushed in (ON), the monitor synchronizes to the sync signal input to the COMP or HD/VD connectors on the rear panel (EXT...
  • Page 90 Location and Function of Parts Inserting/ejecting the BKM-12Y Memory Monitor Card Proceed as illustrated to insert and eject an optional Note BKM-12Y Monitor Memory Card. Do not eject the monitor memory card while data is being saved or loaded. For information about operations on monitor memory card data, see “...
  • Page 91: Chapter 2 Menu

    Basic Menu Operations Menu Operation Buttons The menus are operated using the menu operation buttons on the BKM-10R Monitor Control Unit (optional). The operations are the same for the BKM- 11R (optional). 1 UP/DOWN buttons 2 MENU button 3 ENTER button 4 PHASE knob INPUT PHASE...
  • Page 92: Displaying The Menus

    Basic Menu Operations Displaying the Menus Menu Operation Press the MENU button. Follow the steps described below to display the menu and perform the adjustment or setup you wish. The menu list is displayed on the screen. Press the MENU button 2. M E N U The Menu List is displayed.
  • Page 93 Repeat steps 2 and 3 until the desired menu is Choosing one of two or more selections displayed. For more information about setting and adjustments, Selecting in yellow text see below. [ ↓ ] indicates that the menu Using the UP/DOWN buttons or PHASE knob, continues onto move the cursor to the desired item and press the next page.
  • Page 94: Entering Characters

    Basic Menu Operations Press the ENTER or Ent button. Entering a numerical value “?” is displayed in yellow. The “?” indicates the position where character input is possible. Using the UP/DOWN buttons or PHASE knob, C H A N N E L N A M E move the cursor to the desired item and press the C H 0 1 ENTER or Ent button.
  • Page 95: Address Menu

    ADDRESS Menu In addition to the menus displayed on the menu list, the ADDRESS menu is provided. This ADDRESS menu is used to select the monitor or the monitor group by assigning the address number or group address number, so that when several monitors are connected together via serial remote ports, the control panel can select which monitor to control.
  • Page 96: Menu Structure

    Menu Structure Menus consist of two to six levels. The Main Menus Detailed information on the levels of menus is displayed on the Menu List and Level 1 are shown described at the top of explanation of each menu. below. Main Menu Level 1 Functions...
  • Page 97: [a] 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 adjustments of brightness and contrast • Automatic adjustment (AUTO menu) are carried out with the CONTROL PRESET ADJ An external color bar signal is necessary. menu, to set the preset values to the knobs for the •...
  • Page 98 A Preset Adjustment of the Picture Level Control Knobs — CONTROL PRESET ADJ Menu [A1] PRESET menu/CH SET menu 8COLOR BAR 75%: 75% full-field 8-color bar Select the setting method. (with 100% white signal) MANUAL... : Set with the MANUAL knobs. k[A11] 7COLOR BAR 100%: 100% full-field 7-color bar AUTO...
  • Page 99: B Adjusting The Color Temperature - Color Temp Adj Menu

    • Automatic adjustment using a probe (PROBE menu) 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 color analyzer to the monitor. Manufacturer...
  • Page 100: Structure Of The Color Temp Adj Menu

    ADJUST MANUAL B11 ORIGINAL VALUE COL1 SIGNAL COL2 CH SET PROBE B12 ADJUST B1211 START B12111 SONY BKM-14L B121 SET PROBE ON CRT ANALYZE B1212 GRASEBY SLS9400 LOW LIGHT (20IRE) MINOLTA CA-100 HIGHLIGHT (100IRE) PHILIPS PM5639 START B12111 THOMA TF6...
  • Page 101: Setting Lists In The Color Temp Adj Menu

    Setting Lists in the COLOR TEMP ADJ Menu This section explains the setting lists displayed in the RED: CONTRAST KNOB (Adjust the R gain or menu. bias with the CONTRAST knob.) GREEN: BRIGHT KNOB (Adjust the G gain or How to read the setting lists bias with the BRIGHT knob.) •...
  • Page 102 ENTER or Ent button is pressed. • If you cannot execute an ADJUST or ANALYZE menu operation when using the Sony BKM-14L [B1212] ANALYZE menu probe, try again after disconnecting and reconnecting The following message appears. Perform operation the probe.
  • Page 103 [B131] OTHER VALUE menu [B14] TRIM menu Select STD, COL1,COL2, or CH SET. k Copy is Finely adjust the gain and bias by selecting ADJUST. carried out. ADJUST: Adjust the gain and bias. To shift between STD: Copy common data. gain adjustment and bias adjustment, press UP/ COL1: Copy common data.
  • Page 104: [c1] Setting The Input Configuration (set Up 1) - Input Configuration Menu

    [C1] Setting the Input Configuration (SET UP 1) — INPUT CONFIGURATION Menu Overview Channels 91 to 99 assignment Data pertaining to the input signals are set with the The channel numbers from 91 to 99 are assigned to INPUT CONFIGURATION menu. internal signals.
  • Page 105: Structure Of The Input Configuration Menu

    Structure of the INPUT CONFIGURATION Menu Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 INPUT CONFIGURATION C1 (1/2) CHxx HD SDI 4:2:2 YPBPR FORMAT C11 HD SDI 4:4:4 YPBPR HD SDI 4:4:4 GBR ANALOG RGB SCAN CONVERSION C12 SINGLE LINK1 LINK NO SINGLE LINK2...
  • Page 106 [C1] Setting the Input Configuration (SET UP 1) — INPUT CONFIGURATION Menu Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 INPUT CONFIGURATION C1 (2/2) CHxx CHANNEL NAME C14 PROG EDIT NEW NAME CONTROL PRESET CH SET COLOR TEMP C15 COL1 COL2 CH SET...
  • Page 107: Setting Lists In The Input Configuration Menu

    Setting Lists in the INPUT CONFIGURATION Menu This section explains the setting lists displayed in the MODE...: Set the position and size of the safe title menu. area (lower right corner: 0). First set the H POSITION and V POSITION, and then How to read the setting lists WIDTH and HEIGHT.
  • Page 108 [C1] Setting the Input Configuration (SET UP 1) — INPUT CONFIGURATION Menu Some of the following menu items which are seleted in SAD SIZE: Set the safe area size. k[C132] the FORMAT menu are automatically set depending ASPECT MARKER: Select whether the line to show on the signals.
  • Page 109 [C15] COLOR TEMP menu Select STD, COL1, COL2 or CH SET. STD: Use common data. COL1: Use common data. COL2: Use common data. CH SET: Use data for each individual channel. The factory setting is as follows: BVM-F24E BVM-F24U/F24A COL1 COL2 CH SET [C16] COPY FROM menu...
  • Page 110: [c2] Assigning The Remote Control Functions (set Up 2) - Remote Menu

    [C2] Assigning the Remote Control Functions (SET UP 2) — REMOTE Menu Overview The remote control functions are set with the About monitor address and group numbers REMOTE menu. With this monitor, both serial remote control (REMOTE 1) and parallel remote control The BKM-10R/11R Monitor Control Units are able to (REMOTE 2) are possible.
  • Page 111: Structure Of The Remote Menu

    Structure of the REMOTE Menu Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 INPUT CONFIGURATION C1 REMOTE C2 REMOTE 1 CONFIG C21 MONITOR ADDRESS PASSWORD C3 GROUP ADDRESS SYSTEM CONFIGURATION C4 CH (1/2) ON SCREEN SET C5 REMOTE 2 CONFIG C22 1 PIN C221 ALIGNMENT C6...
  • Page 112: Setting Lists Of The Remote Menu

    [C2] Assigning the Remote Control Functions (SET UP 2) — REMOTE Menu Setting Lists of the REMOTE Menu [C221] 1-8 PIN menu (1/2) This section explains the setting lists displayed in the menu. Assign a function to the selected pin. CH: Select a channel number.
  • Page 113: [c3] Setting The Password (set Up 3) - Password Menu

    [C3] Setting the Password (SET UP 3) — PASSWORD Menu Overview A four-digit password can be specified and applied to Use of the password desired menu options to prohibit the menu settings from being changed without permission. The message “ENTER PASSWORD” is displayed With the PASSWORD menu, you can change the when an attempt is made to select a menu item for password (CHANGE PASSWORD menu) and apply...
  • Page 114 [C3] Setting the Password (SET UP 3) — PASSWORD Menu [C3] PASSWORD menu Enter the password for the PASSWORD menu. ENTER PASSWORD: Enter the password (factory setting: 9999). k[C31] [C31] ENTER PASSWORD menu Choose what action to perform with the password. CHANGE PASSWORD...
  • Page 115: Menu

    [C4] Setting the Channel Selection Method and Power-Up Conditions (SET UP 4) — SYSTEM CONFIGURATION Menu Overview The SYSTEM CONFIGURATION menu is used for • Setting of the contrast and brightness after the following settings: adjusting the white balance (CONT/BRT HOLD menu) Selects if the adjusted contrast and brightness are •...
  • Page 116: Setting Lists Of The System Configuration Menu

    [C4] Setting the Channel Selection Method and Power-Up Conditions (SET UP 4) — SYSTEM CONFIGURATION Menu Setting Lists of the SYSTEM CONFIGURATION Menu This section explains the setting lists displayed in the DEFAULT CH: Select the power-up input channel menu. (LAST or CH xx).
  • Page 117: [c5] Setting The Screen Display (set Up 5) - On Screen Set Menu

    [C5] Setting the Screen Display (SET UP 5) — ON SCREEN SET Menu Overview The ON SCREEN SET menu is used to select the type • SDI signal ancillary data blanking (ANCILLARY of information that will be displayed on the screen and DATA menu) (when the SDI signal is displayed) how that information will be displayed.
  • Page 118: Setting Lists Of The On Screen Set Menu

    [C5] Setting the Screen Display (SET UP 5) — ON SCREEN SET Menu Setting Lists of the ON SCREEN SET Menu This section explains the setting lists displayed in the Display example when the SCAN CONVERSION menu. setting is invalid: 1080/60I :N/A How to read the setting lists When input signals are 1080/60I and SCAN...
  • Page 119: [c6] Adjusting Geometry And Convergence (set Up 6) - Alignment Menu

    [C6] Adjusting Geometry and Convergence (SET UP 6) — ALIGNMENT Menu Overview The ALIGNMENT menu is used for adjusting • Adjusting the position and size of the picture geometry and convergence. (ALIGNMENT menu (1/3)) • Adjusting the geometry of the picture Note (ALIGNMENT menu (2/3)) Adjust the beam landing ([C8]) after the geometry and...
  • Page 120 [C6] Adjusting Geometry and Convergence (SET UP 6) — ALIGNMENT Menu [C6] ALIGNMENT menu (1/3) H PIN BAL: Correct the balance of side pincushion Adjust the position or size of the picture with the UP distortion. and DOWN buttons or PHASE knob. ROTATION: Compensates for the screen rotation which occurs when the monitor is installed facing north or south.
  • Page 121 [C61] CONV FINE ADJUST menu Turn Turn counterclockwise. clockwise. Adjust the convergence finely at each adjustment point on the screen with the MANUAL knobs. The signal format and screen size for the adjustment R G B B G R are displayed on the top of the screen. ADJUST...
  • Page 122: [c7] Adjusting Beam Landing And Digital Uniformity (set Up 7) - White Uniformity Menu

    [C7] Adjusting Beam Landing and Digital Uniformity (SET UP 7) — WHITE UNIFORMITY Menu Overview The following two adjustments can be performed using Note the WHITE UNIFORMITY menu, by making the Perform the digital uniformity adjustment after the white in the picture as uniform as possible. beam landing adjustment has been completed.
  • Page 123: Setting Lists Of The White Uniformity Menu

    TOP LEFT: Correct the beam landing shift at the top AUTO... : Automatically adjust using the Sony BKM- left of the screen. 14L Auto Setup Probe. k[C72] TOP RIGHT: Correct the beam landing shift at the SIGNAL: Select the white signal to be used for top right of the screen.
  • Page 124: C7] Adjusting Beam Landing And Digital Uniformity (set Up)

    [C7] Adjusting Beam Landing and Digital Uniformity (SET UP 7) — WHITE UNIFORMITY Menu (2) Move the BKM-14L to the cursor. k The next CURSOR H SIZE: Specify the horizontal size of the adjustment is performed. cursor (1 to 4). CURSOR V SIZE: Specify the vertical size of the In the same way, adjust each adjustment point guided cursor (1 to 4).
  • Page 125 completed, PROCEDURE COMPLETED is displayed. (2) Place the BKM-14L to the cursor displayed in the When the MENU button is pressed, the screen returns center of the screen. k The adjustment of the to the WHITE UNIFORMITY menu (2/2) ([C7]). center of the screen starts.
  • Page 126: [c8] Using Extended Functions (set Up 8) - Extend Menu

    [C8] Using Extended Functions (SET UP 8) — EXTEND Menu Overview The following six functions can be executed with the • Restarting the monitor (RE-START MONITOR EXTEND menu. menu) • Calibrating the internal signal level (ADJ INT SIGNAL menu) • Loading factory default data for installed boards into memory (RE-LOAD FACTORY DATA menu) •...
  • Page 127 [C8] EXTEND menu Notes Enter the password (ENTER PASSWORD [C81]). • Before using a monitor memory card, it must be When the correct password is entered, the following formatted it with the FORMAT menu ([D4]). item appears. Choose the function to execute. •...
  • Page 128: [d] Monitor Memory Card Data Operations - Memory Card Menu

    Monitor Memory Card Data Operations — MEMORY CARD Menu Overview • Reading data from a monitor memory card Operations on monitor memory card data are performed with the MEMORY CARD menu. (LOAD menu) The following operations are possible with the •...
  • Page 129: [e] Monitor-to-monitor Data Copy - Copy From Menu

    Monitor-to-Monitor Data Copy — COPY FROM Menu Overview When multiple BVM-F24 series monitors are First assign the MONITOR ADDRESS from which connected via their serial remote ports, data can be the data is to copy, then select the data from among the shared between the monitors by data copy.
  • Page 130: [f] 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 • Data about the current channel (STATUS menu the monitor status, the current channel, etc. (1/2)) • Data about the monitor in use (STATUS menu (2/2)) The following information is displayed on the three pages of the STATUS menu.
  • Page 131: Selecting The Monitor To Control - Address Menu

    Selecting the Monitor to Control — ADDRESS Menu By pressing the ENTER or Ent button after selecting Overview the item, serial remote operation becomes activated. Address number selected with the When multiple monitors are connected by a serial Address Short-cut function remote connection, the ADDRESS menu is used to choose whether one particular monitor or monitor A D D R E S S...
  • Page 132: Cancelling The Remote Control Mode

    Selecting the Monitor to Control — ADDRESS Menu Cancelling the Remote Control Short-cut Function in the Mode ADDRESS Menu To cancel the remote control mode, press the When selecting the monitor, short-cut function will ADDRESS button. enable to select the target monitor without using the items in the ADDRESS menu.
  • Page 133: Specifications

    Specifications Input/output connectors General System 54 kHz – 91.1 kHz (For details, see Input connectors “Available Signal Formats” on page 60.) RGB INPUT: BNC type × 3 (75-ohm) Super fine pitch Trinitron, flat surface, 0.7 Vp-p (1 Vp-p, sync on green), 16:9 aspect ratio +3 dB/−6 dB, positive Aperture grille pitch: 0.25-0.28 mm...
  • Page 134 Specifications Synchronization Operating conditions Vertical blanking time Temperature Less than 333 µs. 0°C to 35°C (32°F to 95°F) Horizontal blanking time Optimum temperature Less than 2.49 µs. 20°C to 30°C (68°F to 86°F) Humidity 0% to 90% (no condensation) Pressure 700 hPa to 1060 hPa Picture performance Storage and transport conditions...
  • Page 135: Hd-sdi Input And Display Available Signal Formats

    HD-SDI Input and Display Signal Available Formats Signal standard Aspect ratio 16:9 Total lines 1125 lines Single (4:2:2) type signal: conforming to SMPTE 274M/292M 10-bit system Dual (4:4:4) type signal: conforming to SMPTE 274M Input signal Display signal Input signal format Horizontal Display signal format Interface...
  • Page 136: Analog Rgb Available Signal Formats

    Specifications Analog RGB Available Signal Formats...
  • Page 137: Dimensional Drawing

    Dimensional Drawing With BKM-10R attached Unit: mm (inches) Unit: mm (inches) Front Front 565.5 (22 565.5 (22 460 (18) 470 (18 Side 559.3 Side 559.3 (22 50 (2) 2-M4 446.6 447.5 Rear Rear ........................................... 1) When using this hole, use a screw which can be inserted into the monitor to a depth of 6 to 8 mm ( inches).
  • Page 138: 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 GRASEBY SLS 9400 probe...
  • Page 139 Connection cable for PHILIPS PM 5639 probe (corresponds to PHILIPS PM 5639/64 cable) Modular connector Mini DIN 8-pin connector (male) Signal Pin Number Signal Pin Number H SYNC N.C. V SYNC N.C. N.C. Connection cable for THOMA TF6 probe D-sub 15-pin connector (female) Mini DIN 8-pin connector (male) Signal Pin Number...
  • Page 140: Menu Index

    Menu Index The menu index shows the menu items provided with this monitor in alphabetical order. For you reference, each menu item is followed by the page of this manual on which the item is explained, its menu number, and the Main Menu that the item belongs to.
  • Page 141 Menu Item Page Menu number Main menu [C31] ENTER PASSWORD SET UP/PASSWORD menu [C3111] SET UP/PASSWORD menu [C81] SET UP/EXTEND menu [C8] EXTEND SET UP/EXTEND menu [A1331] FILE NAME CONTROL PRESET ADJ menu [B1331] COLOR TEMP ADJ menu [C1621] SET UP/INPUT CONFIGURATION menu [C712] FINE ADJUST SET UP/WHITE UNIFORMITY menu...
  • Page 142 SET UP/WHITE UNIFORMITY menu [C741] SET UP/WHITE UNIFORMITY menu SET PROBE ON THIS CRT [B12121] COLOR TEMP ADJ menu SET UP SET UP menu SONY BKM-14L [B121] COLOR TEMP ADJ menu START [B12111] COLOR TEMP ADJ menu STATUS STATUS menu...
  • Page 143 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 144 Sony Corporation BVM-F24E/F24U/F24J/F24A Printed in Japan B & P Company (AEP/UC/J/AUS) 2004.08.13  2001 4-087-014-05(1)

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