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  • Brand: JVC
  • Product: Monitor
  • Model/name: DT-E21L4U
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English

Table of Contents

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LCT2673-001A
For Customer Use:
Enter below the Serial No. which is located
on the rear of the cabinet. Retain this
information for future reference.
Model No.
Serial No.
: DT-E21L4 / DT-E17L4G
:
MULTI FORMAT LCD MONITOR
INSTRUCTIONS
The illustration of the monitor is of DT-E21L4.
DT-E21L4
DT-E17L4G
®
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Safety Precautions
WARNING:TO REDUCE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPARATUS TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE. NO OBJECTS FILLED WITH LIQUIDS,
SUCH AS VASES, SHALL BE PLACED ON THE
APPARATUS.
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
Electrical energy can perform many useful functions. This unit has
been engineered and manufactured to assure your personal safety.
But IMPROPER USE CAN RESULT IN POTENTIAL ELECTRIC
SHOCK OR FIRE. In order not to defeat the safeguards incorporated
into this product, observe the following basic rules for its installation,
use, and service. Please read these “IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS”
carefully before use.
All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the
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product is operated.
The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future
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reference.
All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions
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should be adhered to.
All operating instructions should be followed.
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POWER CONNECTION
The power supply voltage rating of this product is AC 120 V.
The power cord attached conforms to the following power supply
voltage and countries. Use only the power cord designated to
ensure safety and EMC regulations of each country.
Not all types of power cords are supplied to this product.
For U.S.A. and Canada: AC
120 V
This plug will fit only into a grounded power outlet. If you are
unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to
install the proper outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the
grounded plug.
This product should be operated only with the type of power
source indicated on the label. If you are not sure of the type of
power supply of your home, consult your product dealer or local
electric power company.
Warning: This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this
product may cause radio interference in which case the
user may be required to take adequate measures.
Before connecting other products such as VCR’s and personal
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computers, you should turn off the power of this product for
protection against electric shock.
Do not use attachments not recommended by the
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manufacturer as they may be hazardous.
When replacement parts are required,
• be sure the service
technician has used replacement parts specified by the
manufacturer or equivalents. Unauthorized substitutions may
result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
Upon completion of any service or repairs to this product,
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ask the service technician to perform safety checks to
determine that the product is in proper operating condition.
Under the following conditions,
1. Turn off the power.
2. Unplug this product from the wall outlet.
3. Refer service to qualified service personnel.
a) When the product emits smoke or unusual smell.
b) When the product exhibits a distinct change in performance
—for example, no picture or no sound.
c) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen on the product.
d) If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
e) If the product has been dropped or damaged in any way.
f) When the power supply cord or plug is damaged.
Do not install this product in the following places:
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in a damp or dusty room
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where the product is exposed to soot or steam, such as
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near the cooking counter or a humidifier
near heat sources
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where condensation easily occurs, such as near the window
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in a location exposed to direct sunlight or strong light
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Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or table.
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The product may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult,
and serious damage to the product.
The product should be mounted according to the
manufacturer’s instructions, and should use a mount
recommended by the manufacturer.
Do not use this product near water.
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Be sure to install the product in the place where proper
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temperature and humidity are kept (☞ “Operating conditions”
on page 27).
This product becomes hot during its use. Take enough care
when handling the product.
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of electric shock. Do
not remove cover (or back). No user
serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing
to qualified service personnel.
RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
The lightning flash with arrowhead
symbol, within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence
of uninsulated “dangerous voltage”
within the product’s enclosure that may
be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a
risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an
equilateral triangle is intended to alert
the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
CAUTION
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Do not use the product for a long time if the sound is distorted.
Do not attempt to service this product yourself, as opening or
removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltages and
other hazards. Refer all service to qualified service personnel.
Use only the power source specified on the unit.
AC power: 120 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz
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DC power: 12 V — 17 V
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The AC power supply is controlled by turning on/off the POWER
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switch on the rear panel. If the product is installed in a place
where you cannot easily turn on/off the POWER switch, control
the AC power supply by plugging/unplugging the power cord
into/from the AC outlet. In this case, install the product as
close to the AC outlet as possible, and leave enough space for
plugging/unplugging the power cord. If the product is installed
in a place where you cannot easily plug/unplug the power
cord, equip an easily accessible device to the wiring of the
building for turning on/off the power.
When the product is left unattended and unused for a long
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period of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect
the cable system.
Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or convenience
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receptacles on other equipment as this can result in a risk of
fire or electric shock.
Use only the accessory cord designed for this product to
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prevent shock.
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation. These ensure reliable operation of the product and protect it from
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overheating. These openings must not be blocked or covered.
Never push objects of any kind into this product through openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short-circuit the parts,
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which could result in a fire or electric shock.
Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.
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Never place anything on the product. (Placing liquids, naked flames, cloths, paper, etc. on the product may cause a fire.)
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Do not apply any strong shock to the LCD panel. (Do not hit any object against it or push it with a sharp-pointed tool.)
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Do not put heavy objects on the product.
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Do not step on or hang on the product.
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FCC NOTICE
CAUTION: Changes or modifications not approved by JVC could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated
in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used
in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a
residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARDS, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPARATUS TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
WARNING: THIS APPARATUS MUST BE CONNECTED TO A MAINS SOCKET OUTLET WITH A PROTECTIVE
EARTHING CONNECTION.
CAUTION: DANGER OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS INCORRECTLY REPLACED. REPLACE ONLY WITH
THE SAME OR EQUIVALENT TYPE.
WARNING
To prevent injury by accidental falll
Fix the monitor to a wall by using strings.
Fixing the monitor
Attach the hook (not provided) to the VESA mounting holes on the
rear panel (use the two holes on the upper side) using M4 x 10
mm screws (not provided). Bind the hooks on the rear panel of the
monitor to a wall or a pillar using durable string.
Hook and screw (M4 x 10 mm)
(not provided) Hook (not provided)
VESA mounting holes
The illustration of the monitor is of DT-E21L4.
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Caution for use of the product for many hours
In the case that you use the monitor for many hours, we recommend that you set “No Sync Action” in “Sync Function” to “Power Save” in
Main Menu. This will reduce power consumption and relieve strain on the monitor. To reduce damage to the LCD panel, using the LCD
Saver function is recommended.
Caution for use of the product in the high temperature
Do not use the product in places of high temperature; otherwise, parts of this product or the LCD panel may be damaged. This product is
equipped with a temperature sensor to give warning if the temperature becomes too high. If the temperature exceeds the range of normal
use, “Temp. Over” is displayed, and the power is turned off automatically if the temperature becomes any higher. In this case, move the
product to a place of low temperature to let it cool down.
Maintenance
Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning.
Screen
To avoid irreparable change in appearance of the screen such
as uneven color, discoloration, scratches, be careful about the
following:
● Do not paste or stick anything using any glues or adhesive
tapes.
● Do not write anything on the screen.
● Do not strike the screen with a hard object.
● Avoid condensation on the screen.
● Do not wipe the screen with any liquid such as water. In
addition, wiping the screen with water-diluted neutral
detergent or solvent such as alcohol, thinner, or benzine may
affect the anti-reflection treatment of the screen.
● Do not wipe the screen forcefully.
Wipe stains off the screen with a soft cloth. If the screen gets
heavily stained, wipe it with a soft cloth soaked in water-diluted
neutral detergent and wrung well, then wipe with a soft dry cloth.
Cabinet
To avoid the deterioration or damages of the cabinet such as its
paint’s peeling away, be careful about the following:
● Do not wipe the cabinet using solvent such as alcohol, thinner,
or benzine.
● Do not expose the cabinet to any volatile substance such as
insecticides.
● Do not allow any rubber or plastic in contact for a long time.
● Do not wipe the cabinet forcefully.
Wipe stains off the cabinet with a soft cloth. If the cabinet gets
heavily stained, wipe it with a soft cloth soaked in water-diluted
neutral detergent and wrung well, then wipe with a soft dry cloth.
Ventilation openings
Use a vacuum cleaner to get rid of the dust around the intakes (all
the openings). If a vacuum cleaner is not available, use a cloth and
wipe it off. Leaving the dust around the intakes may prevent proper
temperature control and cause damage to the product.
Safety Precautions (cont.)
The LCD panel and backlight have life expectancy. Due to the basic characteristics of the LCD panel, an afterimage or uneven display
may occur. It is recommended that you change images occasionally, activate the power saving function, or often turn off the power to
reduce the load on the LCD panel. Continuous operations of the LCD panel may accelerate the deterioration.
Operating Precautions
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1) Read these instructions.
2) Keep these instructions.
3) Heed all warnings.
4) Follow all instructions.
5) Do not use this apparatus near water.
6) Clean only with dry cloth.
7) Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8) Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other.
A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the
provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10) Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from
the apparatus.
11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus.
When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
14) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any
way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus,
the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
15) Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be
placed on the apparatus.
16) Batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
17) When discarding batteries, environmental problems must be considered and the local rules or laws governing the disposal of these batteries
must be followed strictly.
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Table of Contents
Safety Precautions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS 2
Operating Precautions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Caution for use of the product for many hours 4
Caution for use of the product in the high temperature 4
Maintenance 4
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Connections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Rear panel 8
Daily Operations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Front panel 10
Menu Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
The operation procedure 12
Menu Transition Diagram 13
Main Menu 14
Set-Up Menu 17
External Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
About the external control 22
Using the Make/Trigger system 22
Using the serial communication 23
Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Self-check program 26
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
General 27
LCD panel 27
Input/output terminals 27
Dimensions 28
Available signals 29
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Installation
● To install the monitor on a shelf or any other suitable
surface using screws
You can install the monitor without protruding the stand bottom
plate by moving the stand bottom plate to the rear position.
CAUTION
● Lay the monitor on a cloth with the LCD panel facing down to
prevent the LCD panel from being damaged.
● After moving the stand bottom plate to the rear position, be sure
to attach the stand with commercially available screws.
1 Loosen the stand screws on the stand support and remove the
bottom plate.
Bottom plate
Stand support
2 Temporarily set the stand screws to screw holes “3” on the right
and left sides of the stand support.
● Tighten the temporarily set stand screws so that they protrude
from the screw holes by about 4 mm.
Screw holes “3”
3 Hook right and left recesses “A” onto the temporarily set screws in
the stand support.
Recesses “A”
4 Adjust the position so that the screw holes on the stand support
align with right and left screw holes “C” and “E” on the bottom
plate, tighten the two stand screws on one side (four screws on
both sides), and finally retighten the temporarily set screws to lock
the stand support and the bottom plate.
Screw holes “C” and “E”
5 Use no less than two commercially available screws (no less than
four screws on both sides) for the screw holes (10 – φ8) on the
stand bottom plate, to anchor the monitor. (Use screws having
enough holding strength and resistance against external force of
expected vibrations.)
10 – φ8
CAUTION
● It is very dangerous not to anchor the stand with screws as
this may cause not only breakage due to the monitor falling or
dropping, but also injury or electrical shock.
● To detach the stand
CAUTION
● Lay the monitor on a cloth with the LCD panel facing down to
prevent the LCD panel from being damaged.
Screw holes for stand
attachment
Attachment screws
Monitor
Stand body
● To install the stand
When attaching the stand to the monitor, insert the guides
of the stand into the guide holes on the monitor to place the
stand in the correct position. Then fix the stand firmly with the
attachment screws.
Screw holes for
stand attachment
Stand body
Guides
Guide holes
Stand support
Monitor
● Do not rest your arm on the monitor or lean against the monitor.
● Do not touch the LCD panel when installing the monitor.
● Be sure to install the monitor securely to prevent the monitor from falling over, which may cause damage to the monitor or injury.
The illustration of the monitor
is of DT-E21L4.
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● To install the monitor on a wall
You can install the monitor on a wall by changing how the stand
bottom plate is attached.
Installation Only for Authorized Service Personnel
Consult authorized service personnel for the installation of this
unit.
Installation instructions must be followed precisely in order to
prevent accidents.
We are selling this product with the understanding that it will be
assembled and installed by properly trained and qualified service
personnel.
About Accidents/Damages
We are not liable for any damage caused by faulty assembly, faulty
wall mounting, insecure wall mounting, misuse, alterations, or
natural disasters.
● Please be aware that screw holes and anchor bolts will remain
in the wall surface if the monitor is removed after having been
mounted to the wall.
Long-term use of the LCD display monitor may result in
discoloration of the wall surface due to heat/air emitted by the
display.
Danger
● Consult authorized service personnel for the installation and
attachment of this unit to the wall. Do not attempt to mount the
unit by yourself.
Improper assembly or installation may cause the unit to fall when
it is mounted, which may result in fatal accidents.
To prevent this happening, check the strength of the materials
in the mounting surface. Check the material strength again after
mounting as well.
Warning
● Using a monitor other than this product may result in damage or
bodily injury due to the LCD display monitor toppling over.
● Assemble all screws securely. Failure to do so may result in the LCD
monitor and stand falling down, potentially causing damage or
bodily injury.
● This unit does not come with anchor bolts for securing it to walls,
etc. Be sure you have materials on hand as appropriate for the
mounting location.
● The monitor should be mounted to a wall that can adequately
hold the total weight of the monitor and stand over a long
period of time and which can adequately withstand earthquakes,
conceivable vibrations, and other external forces.
● Mounting On Wooden Walls
The weight of the unit should be borne by the wall posts or studs,
and these should be reinforced if insufficiently strong. Do not
install the Wall Mounting Unit on walls made of plasterboard or
thin plywood. Use the commercially sold screws best suited for the
wall structure and material.
● Mounting On Concrete Walls
Use commercially sold wall anchors capable of supporting the
weight of the LCD monitor.
● Do not install the Wall Mounting Unit near the blower or air inlet of
an air conditioner.
● Do not install the Wall Mounting Unit in a location subject to
frequent vibration, impact or other external forces.
● Do not install the unit in a location where people may hang on it or
lean against it.
● Do not block the ventilation holes.
● Do not install the monitor on a non-vertical wall.
Caution
● Consult authorized service personnel for electrical work. Using
power cords damaged during installation (i.e., exposed or severed
wiring) may result in fire or electric shock.
● Conduct the work with adequate working space. Damage or bodily
injury may result from working under unsuitable conditions.
● Avoid mounting this unit in areas where there is electrical wiring or
water pipes, as fire or electric shock may result.
1 Lay the monitor on a cloth with the LCD panel facing down to
prevent the LCD panel from being damaged. Loosen the stand
screws on the stand support and remove the bottom plate.
2 Temporarily set the stand screws in screw holes “2” and “4” on the
right and left sides of the stand support.
● Tighten the temporarily set stand screws so that they protrude
from the screw holes by about 4 mm.
3 Tighten commercially available screws in the 6 holes shown in the
figure below to install the monitor on the wall.
4 Hook the temporarily set screws on the stand support in right
and left recesses “A” and “B” on the bottom plate, tighten the two
stand screws in right and left screw holes “D” and finally retighten
the temporarily set screws to lock the stand support and bottom
plate.
Bottom plate
Stand support
Stand screws “2” and “4”
Recesses “A” and “B”
Screw holes “D”
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1 POWER switch
Turns AC power on or off.
● You need to press button (☞ u on page 10) to use the monitor after turning on the POWER switch.
2 AC IN terminal
AC power input connector.
Connect the provided AC power cord to an AC outlet.
● Attach the provided power cord holder to prevent accidental disconnection of the AC power cord (☞ “Attaching the power cord holder”
on page 9).
CAUTION
Do not connect the power cord until all other connections are completed.
3 REMOTE terminal
Terminal for controlling the monitor by an external control (☞ “External Control” on page 22).
4 VIDEO terminals (BNC)
Input (IN) and output (OUT) terminals for the composite signals.
5 AUDIO (IN) terminals (pin jack, stereo minijack)
Input terminals for the analog audio signals.
● Use this terminal for the analog audio connection of the SDI. When a superimposed signal (EMBEDDED AUDIO signal on an SDI signal) is
input, analog audio signals cannot be input.
● Use these terminals when inputting HDMI analog audio signals.
● If there is no audio signal for HDMI (e.g. DVI signals have been changed to HDMI signals), input audio signals into this terminal. When
inputting audio into this terminal, set “Audio1 Assign” or “Audio2 Assign” of the menu to “HDMI-Analog”. (☞ page 16)
6 AUDIO (MONITOR OUT) terminals (pin jack)
Output terminals for the analog audio signal.
● The terminals emit the audio signals through the AUDIO (IN) terminal or EMBEDDED AUDIO signals through the E. AUDIO HD/SD SDI (IN 1
or IN 2) input terminal.
● The signal is output from this terminal only when the monitor is on or in “Power Save” (power save) mode (☞ “No Sync Action” on page 17).
● The EMBEDDED AUDIO signal...
is decoded into an analog signal, then emitted.
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is emitted only when “SDI 1” or “SDI 2” is selected, and when EMBEDDED AUDIO signals come in to the E. AUDIO HD/SD SDI (IN 1 or IN 2)
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terminal.
● Audio signals are only output from the HDMI terminal when the signals are not protected by HDCP.
Even when the signals are protected by HDCP, sound is emitted from the speakers.
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7 E. AUDIO HD/SD SDI (IN 1, IN 2) terminals (BNC)
Input terminals for the HD/SD SDI signals.
● The terminals accept also EMBEDDED AUDIO signals including up to 16 audio channels with a sampling frequency of 48 kHz.
Rear panel
Connections
Security slot
Attach a security wire to this slot.
The illustration of the
monitor is of DT-E21L4.
Carry handle
Use this handle when carrying the monitor.
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8 E. AUDIO HD/SD SDI (SWITCHED OUT) terminal (BNC)
Output terminal for the HD/SD SDI signals.
● The SDI signals of the current input (SDI 1 or SDI 2) are re-clocked, then emitted.
● When an input other than SDI 1 and SDI 2 is selected, the SDI signal of the input selected last time is emitted from this terminal.
● The signals are emitted from this terminal only when the monitor is on or in “Power Save” (power save) mode.
9 HDMI terminal
Input terminal compatible with HDCP for the HDMI signal. (☞ page 29)
p COMPO./RGB terminal (mini D-sub 15pin)
Input terminal for the analog component signal or analog RGB signal.
● Set “Component/RGB Select” appropriately for input signals. (☞ page 15)
q DC switch
Turns the DC 12 V power on or off.
● You need to press button (☞ u on page 10) on the front panel to turn on the monitor after turning on the DC switch.
● The monitor consumes the battery even while the monitor is on standby. To save battery life, turn off the DC switch.
w DC IN 12 V terminal
DC 12 V (maximum DC 17 V) power input connector.
● While using both the AC and DC 12 V power supply, AC power supply is preferentially used. If the AC power supply is cut off (for example,
when turning off the POWER switch), the power supply automatically switches to the DC 12 V power supply.
● Use a DC power supply with the LPS (Limited Power Sources) function.
e Screw holes for external battery attachment
Attach external battery for DC 12 V power supply by using 2 screw holes. Choose the appropriate screw holes from 1, 2 or 3 according to the
type of external battery. (Depending on the battery type.)
Use the Anton Bauer Dionic 90 (mount: QR DXC-M3A) external battery.
CAUTION
● Do not use the external battery for DC 24 V power supply.
● Use only the battery specified above. If a heavy battery is used, it may fall off depending on the way the monitor is used.
Cover
2
AC IN terminal
Case
1
CAUTION
● Use only the provided screws.
● Make sure the plug will not be pulled out after the cover is attached to the case.
Attaching the power cord holder
The provided power cord holder prevents accidental disconnection of the AC power cord from the AC IN terminal.
● The power cord holder consists of two parts, a case and a cover.
To detach the cover
3
Note for connections
Before making any connections, turn off all the equipment.
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Use a cord whose plugs correctly match the terminals on this monitor and the equipment.
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Plugs should be firmly inserted; poor connections could cause noise.
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When unplugging a cord, be sure to grasp its plug and pull it out.
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DO NOT connect the power cord until all connections are complete.
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Refer also to the user manual of each piece of equipment.
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When using DC 12 V power (maximum DC 17 V), check the DC IN 12V terminal pin signal, and use the correct polarity. If the polarity is
reversed, this could cause a fire or personal injury.
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Front panel
1 Speakers (stereo)
The speakers emit the same audio signal emitted from the AUDIO
(MONITOR OUT) terminals. (☞ “ 6 AUDIO terminals” on page 8)
2 Picture adjustment knob
PHASE: Adjusts the picture hue.
CHROMA: Adjusts the picture color density.
BRIGHT: Adjusts the picture brightness.
CONTRAST: Adjusts the picture contrast.
● PHASE and CHROMA cannot be adjusted for certain signal
formats.
● When “Component Phase” is set to “Disable” and an NTSC signal
is input, PHASE can be adjusted (☞ page 18).
3 VOLUME adjustment button/EMBEDDED AUDIO setting
button
Adjusts the volume when no menu screen is displayed.
Selects an audio channel when EMBEDDED AUDIO signals are
contained in SDI input. (☞ “Volume Adjustment/Audio Channel
Selection” on page 11)
4 MUTING button
Turns off the sound when no menu screen is displayed.
● To cancel the function, press the button again.
● Muting function is also canceled when “Balance” of “Audio
Setting” in the Main Menu is changed (☞ page 16).
5 / / / buttons
When a menu screen is displayed selects or adjusts menu items.
(☞ “The operation procedure” on page 12)
6 FUNCTION button
Assign functions to the F1 and F2 buttons when the menu is not
displayed. (☞ page 21)
7 MENU button
Activates/deactivates the display of the Main Menu. (☞ “The
operation procedure” on page 12)
8 COLOR OFF button/lamp
Displays only the luminance signal.
● This function does not work for RGB input signals.
9 1:1 button/lamp
Displays the picture in the original resolution of the input signal.
● The aspect ratio of the picture may change depending on the
input signal.
p AREA MARKER button/lamp
Displays/hides the area marker.
● Select the style of the area marker in “Marker” of the Main Menu
(☞ page 15).
● This function works only when displaying the picture in 16:9
aspect ratio.
Daily Operations
“No Effect” is displayed when you press a button which is not
•
available for the current input or signal format (the lamp lights
even when the function does not actually work).
The items controlled by the MAKE system cannot be controlled
•
by the buttons on the front panel (“Remote On” is displayed
and the lamps do not light).
Tally lamp
This lamp is controlled by the tally function of the MAKE/TRIGGER
terminal.
You can select the color of the tally lamp from “Green” or “Red.”
•
You can also select whether the whole lamp is turned on at once,
or whether it is turned on one half at a time. (☞ “Tally Setting” in
“Set-Up Menu” on page 17 and “External Control” on page 22)
The illustration of the monitor is of DT-E21L4.
● This function does not work when “Area Marker” or “R-Area
Marker” is set to “Off” in “Marker.”
q SAFETY MARKER button/lamp
Displays/hides the safety marker.
● Adjust the area of the safety marker in “Marker” of Main Menu
(☞ page 15).
● This function will not work when the picture is displayed in 1:1
aspect ratio and “SD 4:3 Size” on the menu is set to “H Full”.
● This function does not work when “Safety Marker” or “R-Safety
Marker” is set to “Off” in “Marker.”
w SCREENS CHECK button/lamp
Displays only the selected element (R, G, or B) of the video signal.
● Each time you press this button, the picture changes in the
following order.
e T.C. (time code) button/lamp
Activates/deactivates the display of the time data (time code)
contained in the SDI signal. (☞ “On the Information Display” on
page 11)
● Select the time code type in “Information” of Set-Up Menu (☞
page 19).
r INPUT SELECT buttons/lamps
Selects an input.
SDI 1: E. AUDIO HD/SD SDI (IN 1) terminal
SDI 2: E. AUDIO HD/SD SDI (IN 2) terminal
HDMI: HDMI terminal
COMPO./RGB: COMPO./RGB terminal
VIDEO: VIDEO terminal
● The lamp for the selected input lights.
t F1/F2 buttons/lamps
You can use the functions assigned to this button.
y Power lamp
Unlit: The monitor is completely off (the power switch
on the rear panel is turned off).
In Low Power Mode (☞ page 20)
Lights in Green: The monitor is on.
Lights in orange: The monitor is off (on standby).
Flashes in orange: The monitor is in the Power Save (power save) mode.
(☞ “No Sync Action” in “Sync Function” on page 17)
u button
Turns on and off (on standby) the monitor.
● The power switch is equipped on the rear panel of the monitor
(☞ 1 on page 8).
RGB (Normal screen) Red screen
Blue screen Green screen
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i DC lamp
When the DC 12 V power voltage is being lowered due to the battery consumption, the lamp changes to orange from green. When the
voltage becomes lower than a certain level, the monitor automatically turns off and the lamp turns to red.
● Make sure to turn off the POWER switch and DC switch on the rear panel before replacing the battery.
● The length of time that the lamp lights in orange differs depending on the type of battery or the battery condition. It is recommended to
replace the battery when the lamp turns to orange.
Volume Adjustment/Audio Channel Selection
Volume Adjustment
1 When no menu screen is not displayed, press (volume adjustment button).
For SDI input the “Volume/Embedded Audio” screen appears. For any input other than SDI the “Volume”
screen appears.
2 Press to move the cursor to “Volume”.
(This step is skipped when the ”Volume/Embedded Audio” screen is not displayed.)
3 Press to adjust the volume.
4 Press the MENU button to finish.
(The “Volume” screen disappears automatically if no operations are made for 5 seconds.)
Audio Channel Selection
Select the audio channel output from the Speaker (L/R) and AUDIO (MONITOR OUT) (OUT1(L)/OUT2(R))
terminals when an EMBEDDED AUDIO signal is input during SDI input.
● It is necessary to set the audio channel group in advance. (☞ ”Embedded Audio Group” of “Audio Setting”
on page 16)
● Store the setting for each input of SDI 1 and SDI 2.
1 When the menu is not displayed, use the buttons
The “Volume/Embedded Audio” screen appears.
● The “Volume/Embedded Audio” screen disappears automatically is no operations are made for about 30 seconds.
2 Use the buttons to select the left and right channels (L ch/R ch)
3 Use the buttons to select the audio channel
● Each time you press a button the audio channel changes according to the “Embedded Audio Group” setting. (☞ on page 16)
4 Press the MENU button
● The “Volume/Embedded Audio” screen disappears.
On the Information Display
The monitor displays the information below.
● Make the setting to display/hide each information using the MENU with the exception of 5,
controlled with T.C. button (☞ e on page 10).
1 Audio level meter
● You can check the conditions of the EMBEDDED AUDIO signals when “Level Meter Display” is set to “Horizontal” or “Vertical.”
● Not displayed when “Level Meter Display” is set to “Off.” (☞ “Audio Setting” on page 16)
2 Signal format
● Displayed when “Status Display” is set to “On.” (☞ “Information” on page 19)
● For the contents displayed, see “Available signals” on page 29 and “On the signal format” on page 12.
3 Source name assigned in “Character Setting”
● Displayed when “Source ID” is set to “On” or “Auto.”
● Displayed in large letters when “Status Display” is set to “Off” or “Auto.” (☞ “Information” on page 19)
4 CRC error indication
● Displayed when “CRC Error” is set to “On.” (☞ “Information” on page 19)
● A red square is displayed when an error occurs.
5 Time code
● When the input signal includes no time code, “TC – –:– –:– –:– –” is displayed (☞ e on page 10).

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to adjust the setting
5 Press the MENU button to finish operations
● Press the MENU button repeatedly until the menu screen disappears.
On the Status Display
If you press the INPUT SELECT button (☞ r on page 10) currently lit, the status of the input signal and setting of MUTING are displayed for about
3 seconds.
● Make the setting to display/hide the status in “Status Display” of the “Information” (☞ page 19).
● When “Status Display” is set to “Auto” or “On,” the status below is also displayed in the following cases:
– When you change the input
– When the signal condition of the current input changes
– When you turn on the monitor
● When “Status Display” is set to “On,” the signal format will remain displayed 3 seconds after the status is
displayed.
1 Signal format
● For the contents displayed, see “Available signals” on page 29 and “On the signal format” below.
On the signal format
The following messages appear depending on the type of input signals and their conditions.
When a HDMI signal protected with HDCP is input
When no video signal comes in
When a noncompliant video signal comes in
“*” (at the end of the indication)
➔
“No Sync”
➔
“Out of range”
➔
2 Signal format of HDMI and COMPO./RGB input
3 Setting of “MUTING”
• Only appears when in mute mode. (☞ 4 on page 10).
Daily Operations (cont.)
Main Menu
Selected item
Operation
guide
Set-Up Menu
Ex.: When “Picture Function”
in the Main Menu is selected
Menu Configuration
● The menu screen disappears automatically if no operations are
made for about 30 seconds.
● Inoperable menus will be grayed out.
● Some items will not be displayed on the menu depending on the
selected input and signal format.
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Menu Transition Diagram
Main Menu
Picture Function
Audio Setting
Sync Function
No Operation Action
Signal Setting
Marker
Aspect
Backlight
Aperture
Aperture Level
CTI
LTI
Gamma
Color Temperature
sub menu
reset
Level Meter Display
Horizontal Channel Arrange
Vertical Position
Horizontal Position
Meter Type
Color
Reference Level
Over Level
Bar Brightness
Transparent
Peak Hold
Auto Adjust
H Size
H Position
V Size
V Postion
Dot Cock
Clock Phase
sub menu
reset
Component/RGB Select
Sampling Mode
Wide XGA
SXGA/SXGA+
I/P Mode
Color System
sub menu
reset
Area Marker
Marker Aspect
Safety Marker
Safety Area
Frame
Center Marker
Line Brightness
R-Area Marker
R-Marker Aspect
R-Safety Marker
R-Safety Area
Auto Aspect
Manual Aspect
SD4 3 Size
Balance
Audio1 Assign
Audio2 Assign
Embedded Audio Group
Level Meter Setting
No Sync Action
Delay Time
Low Latency
Size/Position Adjust
Set-Up Menu
Contrast
Bright
Chroma
Phase
NTSC Setup
Component Level
sub menu
reset
Color Temperature*
R Drive
G Drive
B Drive
R Cut Off
G Cut Off
B Cut Off
sub menu
reset
Function Setting
Picture Sub Adjust
White Balance Setting
Remote Setting
Information
Control Lock
Language
IMD
all reset
sub menu Position
Sync Term
Tally Setting
Dimmer
Illumination
Component Phase
Remote Active On Standby
LCD Saver Setting
Execute
Cancel
Status
Start After
Tally Type
Tally Color
1st Start
Work Time
Contrast
Backlight
OSD Contrast
Side Mask
reset
Serial Type
Parallel Type
Pin1
Pin2
Pin3
Pin4
Pin5
Pin6
Pin7
Pin8
Source ID
Character Setting
Status Display
Time Code
CRC Error
Sub Hour Meter
Model
Version
Hour Meter
IMD Display
IMD Protocol
Address
IMD Size
Text Color
Tally 1 Color
Tally 2 Color
Background Color
reset
* : "Color Temperature" is only displayed, and cannot be set/changed.
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Menu Configuration (cont.)
Main Menu
Picture Function
Setting for the picture quality.
Item To do Setting value
Backlight Adjusts the brightness of the display. –20 to +20
Aperture*1 Activates/deactivates the function at the level set in “Aperture Level”. Off, On
Aperture Level*1 Compensate the frequency response of the luminance signal of the video signal. 01 – 10
CTI Adjust the clearness of the outlines of the chrominance signal. Off, Normal, Hard
LTI Adjust the clearness of the outlines of the luminance signal. Off, Normal, Hard
Gamma Select the Gamma correction value. 2.2 (equivalent to Υ 2.2),
2.35 (equivalent to Υ 2.35),
2.45 (equivalent to Υ 2.45),
2.6 (equivalent to Υ 2.6)
Color Temperature Select the color temperature. 9300K, 6500K, User
sub menu Display the sub menu which enables you to adjust the items in “Picture Function” while viewing the actual picture.
reset Restore the default settings for all the items in “Picture Function”.
*1 Memorized for each input.
Size/Position Adjust
Adjusts the size and position of the picture.
Item To do Setting value
Auto Adjust Activate/deactivate the function to adjust the optimized position for each input signal.
Setting value varies
depending on the signals.
H Size*1 Adjust the horizontal picture size.
H Position*1 Adjust the horizontal picture position.
V Size*1 Adjust the vertical picture size.
V Position*1 Adjust the vertical picture position.
Dot Clock*1 Adjust “Dot Clock” and “Clock Phase” alternately when the displayed picture becomes
unstable or streaked.
Clock Phase*1 –32 to +32
sub menu Display the sub menu which enables you to adjust the items in “Size/Position Adjust” while viewing the actual picture.
reset Restore the default settings for all the items in “Size/Position Adjust”.
*1 Memorized for each signal format.
Aspect
Sets the aspect ratio of the screen for displaying videos.
Item To do Setting value
Auto Aspect Select whether to adjust the aspect ratio (horizontal to vertical ratio of the screen) of the SD
signal automatically or manually (Manual Aspect).
Off, On
Manual Aspect*1 Sets the aspect ratio (horizontal to vertical ratio of the screen) of the SD signal. 16:9, 4:3
SD4:3 Size*1 Selects the picture size when the input signal format is 4:3.
Normal, H Full
Normal : Matches the vertical picture size to the number of pixels.
H Full : Matches the horizontal picture size to the horizontal size of the screen. At
this time, the top and bottom of the picture are overscanned.
*1 Not activate when picture is displayed in the 1:1 mode.
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Signal Setting
Settings for input signals.
Item To do Setting value
Component/RGB Select Selects the signal type you want to use for COMPO./RGB terminals. Component, RGB
Sampling Mode Analog RGB input
Standard: When the input signal is VGA60 or XGA60
Wide: When the input signal is WVGA60 or WXGA60
When the input signal is other than the above, the setting value does not affect the
displayed image.
Standard, Wide
Wide XGA Select the analog WIDE XGA signal format. 1280*768, 1360*768
SXGA/SXGA+ Select the format when the analog SXGA60 signal comes in.
SXGA: Select this when the SXGA60 signal comes in.
SXGA+A: Select this when the SXGA+60/SXGA+60* signal comes in.
When the input signal is other than the above, the setting value does not affect the
displayed image.
SXGA, SXGA+A
I/P Mode*1 Selects a proper mode corresponding to the input picture. Normal, Cinema, Field
Color System Select the color system.
Auto, NTSC, PAL, SECAM,
NTSC 4.43, PAL M, PAL N,
PAL60
• If the picture is unstable with “AUTO,” select the color system according to the input signal.
sub menu Display the sub menu which enables you to adjust the items in “Signal Setting” while viewing the actual picture.
reset Restore the default settings for all the items in “Signal Setting”.
*1 When “Low Latency” on the menu is set to “On”, forcefully perform I/P conversion using “Field” processing.
Marker*1
Settings for marker functions.
Item To do Setting value
1/2 Area Marker Activate/deactivate the area marker and select the style of it.
The setting values and features are as follows.
Off, Line, Half, Half+Line
Off
Line
Half
Half+Line
:
:
:
:
Deactivate the marker.
Displays the area with an outline.
The area outside the specified aspect ratio of the screen is displayed at 50%
transparency.
The area of the specified aspect ratio of the screen is indicated by an outline,
and the area outside of that is displayed at 50% transparency.
Marker Aspect Select the aspect ratio of the area marker. 4:3, 14:9, 13:9, 2.35:1, 1.85:1,
1.66:1
Safety Marker Activate/deactivate the safety marker and select the style of it.*2 Off, Line, Half, Half+Line
Safety Area Adjust the area of the safety marker. 80% – 100%
Frame*3 Displays/Hides the video area. Off, On
Center Marker*3 Displays/hides the marker indicating the center position of the picture. Off, On
Line Brightness Adjust the brightness of the marker. High, Low
2/2 R-Area Marker Activate/deactivate the area marker and select the style of it.*2 Off, Line, Half, Half+Line
R-Marker Aspect Select the aspect ratio of the area marker. 4:3, 14:9, 13:9, 2.35:1, 1.85:1,
1.66:1
R-Safety Marker Activate/deactivate the safety marker and select the style of it.*2 Off, Line, Half, Half+Line
R-Safety Area Adjust the area of the safety marker. 80% – 100%
● The area marker or the safety marker is displayed by using AREA MARKER or SAFETY MARKER button, or external control.
● Select either non-“R-” items or “R-” items to activate by using external control. (☞ “External Control” on page 22)
● When a picture is displayed in 4:3 aspect ratio, the safety marker for the 4:3 area is displayed.
● To display the safety marker for the area of a picture displayed in 16:9 aspect ratio, set Area Marker to "Off".
*1 Memorized for each signal format.
*2 The setting values are the same as that of “Area Marker”.
*3 In 1:1 mode, this display is grayed out and cannot be operated.
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Menu Configuration (cont.)
Audio Setting
Settings for the audio output balance, EMBEDDED AUDIO signals and audio level meter signal.
Item To do Setting value
Balance Adjust the balance between the right and left speakers. L5 – L1, 0, R1 – R5
Audio1 Assign Select the video input through which audio is output.
Analog audio is input through the AUDIO ASSIGN (IN 1) terminal.
SDI-1, SDI-2, HDMI-Digital,
HDMI-Analog, Component/
RGB, Video
Audio2 Assign Select the video input through which audio is output.
Analog audio is input through the AUDIO ASSIGN (IN 2) terminal.
SDI-1, SDI-2, HDMI-Digital,
HDMI-Analog, Component/
RGB, Video
Embedded Audio Group*1 Select the audio channel group of the EMBEDDED AUDIO signals.
The setting values and selectable audio channels of EMBEDDED AUDIO signals are as
follows. (G means GROUP)
1G, 2G, 3G, 4G, 1-2G, 1-3G,
1-4G
1G
2G
1-2G
3G
1-3G
4G
1-4G
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
channel(s) 1/2/3/4/1+2/3+4/1 – 4 (1G)
channel(s) 5/6/7/8/5+6/7+8/5 – 8 (2G)
channel(s) 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/1+2/3+4/5+6/7+8/1 – 4 (1G)/5 – 8 (2G)/
1 – 8 (1G+2G)
channel(s) 9/10/11/12/9+10/11+12/9 – 12 (3G)
channel(s) 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9/10/11/12/1+2/
3+4/5+6/7+8/9+10/11+12/1–4(1G)/5–8(2G)/
9–12(3G)/1–8(1G+2G)/1–12(-3G)
channel(s) 13/14/15/16/13+14/15+16/13–16(4G)
channel(s) 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9/10/11/12/13/14/15/16/1+2/3+4/
5+6/7+8/9+10/11+12/13+14/15+16/1–4(1G)/5–8(2G)/9–12(3G)/13-16(4G)/
1–8(1G+2G)/1–12(1-3G)/1-16(1-4G)
Level Meter Setting*1 Specify the audio level meter display for EMBEDDED AUDIO signal.
Example of audio level meter display - Connection between the level meter position and channel
Ex: When “Horizontal” is selected for “Level Meter Display”: Ex: When “Vertical” is selected for “Level Meter Display”:
-10dB -20dB
-20dB -10dB
-20dB
-10dB
• The number of audio channels displayed on the level meter varies depending on the setting value of “Embedded Audio
Group”.
• The level meter with no audio signal input is displayed in white for “3COLORS”, and in gray for “White”.
• Display position
When “Horizontal” is selected for “Level Meter Display”, the display position will be the top or bottom of the screen.
When “Vertical” is selected for “Level Meter Display”, the display position will be the lower right, lower left, upper left, or
upper right of the screen.
• When “On” is selected for “Peak Hold”, the maximum value is retained a certain period when the signal level becomes
maximum.
Level Meter Display Select the status of the level meter (display vertically, horizontally, or not displayed). Off, Vertical, Horizontal
Horizontal Channel
Arrange
Select how the audio channels are displayed on the level meter. Line, Divide
Vertical Position Adjust the vertical level meter position. 1, 2, 3, 4
Horizontal Position Adjust the horizontal level meter position. Upper, Lower
Meter Type Specify the design of the level meter. Bar, Block
Color Select the color of the level meter display. 3Colors (colored depending
on the level),
White (white only)
Reference Level Select the standard input level indicated on the level meter. –20dB, –18dB
Over Level Select the input level’s lower limit indicated in red for the “3Colors” display. –10dB, –8dB, –6dB, –4dB,
–2dB
Bar Brightness Select the brightness of the level meter. Low, High
Transparent Adjust the transparency of the level meter display against the image. Off, Background, All
Peak Hold Activates/deactivates the peak hold function of the level meter. Off, On
*1 Memorized for each input.
Green
REFERENCE
LEVEL
OVER LEVEL
Red
Yellow
OVER LEVEL
REFERENCE LEVEL
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Sync Function
Settings for the synchronization with signals.
Item To do Setting value
No Sync Action Select the screen status when no signal is coming in. Off, Standby, Power Save
(power save mode),
Gray Back (gray screen)
Delay Time Select the period until the screen status changes as selected in “No Sync Action” after signals
stop coming in.
30s, 5min, 15min
Low Latency Activates/deactivates the function to shorten the time taken to display the picture (low
latency function).
Off, On
• If the picture is not displayed steadily while “On” is selected, select “Off.”
• While “On” is selected, the displayed picture may become unstable when an operation
using buttons on the front panel or the menu is performed, or when the signal format
changes.
● When setting “No Sync Action” to “Gray Back,” the screen color changes to gray and the power consumption of the backlight is saved by half.
Selecting “Power Save” (power save mode) saves more power consumption by turning off the backlight.
No Operation Action Setting values: Off, On
Setting of the function for turning the unit off (standby) automatically when no operations are made for more than 4 hours.
Off: Does not turn off automatically
On: Turns off automatically
● When the function is turned On, a warning message will be displayed about 3 minutes before turning off automatically.
When you turn on the unit with the function turned On, a message notifying that the setting is turned on will be displayed for about 30
seconds.
Set-Up Menu
Function Setting
Settings for the sub menu display, color of the tally lamp, and the intensity of the button lamps.
Item To do Setting value
sub menu Position Select the contents and displaying position of “sub menu.”
The setting values and features are as follows.
Lower1, Upper1, Lower2,
Upper2
Lower1 : Displays the current setting and adjustment bar at the lower part of the screen.
Upper1 : Displays the current setting and adjustment bar at the upper part of the screen.
Lower2 : Displays the current setting at the lower part of the screen.
Upper2 : Displays the current setting at the upper part of the screen.
• The adjustment bar is not displayed for some items.
Sync Term Specify the terminal resistant value of the RGB input synchronized signal from the COMPO./RGB
terminal.
• Normally, select “High”. Select “Low” when the display becomes unstable due to the length
of a connection cable.
Low, High
Tally Setting Set the color and mode of the tally lamp using external control.
Tally Type Normal
Half
:
:
Light up the entire tally.
Light up the left and right halves of the tally individually.
Normal, Half
Tally Color Set the tally color when “Tally Type” is set to “Normal”. Green, Red
Dimmer Select the intensity of the button lamps. Normal, Dark
Illumination Select whether illumination is activated/deactivated. Off, On
Component Phase Deactivates the function of PHASE adjustment (Picture adjustment knob and “Picture Sub
Adjust” in Set-Up Menu) except when an NTSC signal comes in (☞ on page 18).
Enable, Disable
Remote Active On
Standby
Set the conditions for the power switch by external control (serial). Off, On
On
Off
:
:
Can power on by external control after powered OFF.
Cannot power on by external control after powered OFF.
LCD Saver Configure the setting for reducing damage to the LCD panel for long-time use. (☞ on page 20)
Setting 1st Start Set the standby time. 00h-24h
Work
Time
Set the time for performing the function.
01h-06h
Contrast Set the contrast reduction. Save, Normal
Backlight Reduce the backlight brightness. Save, Normal
OSD
Contrast
Set the contrast reduction of the OSD display.
Save, Normal
Side Mask Select whether to use the side panel.
* The Side Mask function works no matter whether the LCD Saver is active or stopped.
Off, On
reset Restore the default settings for all the items in “LCD Saver”.
Execute Execute the LCD Saver function.
Cancel Stop the LCD Saver function. (“Cancel” will be grayed out during the function stop.)
Status Display the LCD Saver status. Off, Ready
Start After Stop the LCD Saver function. **h **min
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Menu Configuration (cont.)
Picture Sub Adjust
Configure the standard level of image adjustment.
Item To do Setting value
Contrast*1 Adjust the standard level for the contrast adjusted with the CONTRAST knob on the front
panel.
–20 to +20
Bright*1 Adjust the standard level for the brightness adjusted with the BRIGHT knob on the front
panel.
–20 to +20
Chroma*1 Adjust the standard level for the chroma adjusted with the CHROMA knob on the front panel. –20 to +20
Phase*1,*2 Adjust the standard level for the phase adjusted with the PHASE knob on the front panel. –20 to +20
NTSC Setup Select the set-up level of the input NTSC signal. 00 (compliant with 0 %
set-up signal), 7.5 (compliant
with 7.5 % set-up signal)
Component Level Select the level of the analog component signal (480i and 576i only). B75 (compliant with
BetacamVTR 7.5 % set-up
signal), B00 (compliant with
BetacamVTR 0 % set-up
signal), SMPTE (compliant
with M2VTR signals)
sub menu Display the sub menu which enables you to adjust the items in “Picture Sub Adjust” while viewing the actual picture.
reset Restore the default settings for all the items in “Picture Sub Adjust”.
*1 Memorized for each input.
*2 When “Component Phase” is set to “Disable,” “Phase” cannot be adjusted if no NTSC signal is input.
White Balance Setting
Display the color temperature, and adjusts the drive level and cutoff point of each color (R/G/B).
Item To do Setting value
Color Temperature Select the color temperature. (Cannot be set/changed) 9300K, 6500K, User
R Drive *1
G Drive
B Drive
Adjust the drive level of each color (red, green, and blue).
● The maximum (Max) and minimum (Min) values vary depending on the input signal or
other settings.
Min – 000 – Max
(in 1024 grades)
R Cut Off *1
G Cut Off
B Cut Off
Adjust the cutoff point of each color (red, green, and blue).
● The maximum (Max) and minimum (Min) values vary depending on the input signal or
other settings.
Min – 000 – Max
(in 1024 grades)
sub menu Display the sub menu which enables you to adjust the items in “White Balance Setting” while viewing the actual picture.
reset Restore the default settings for all the items in “White Balance Setting”.
*1 Memorized for each color temperature.
Remote Setting
Settings for the external control.
Item To do Setting value
Serial Type Select a terminal for external control in serial mode. RS232C, RS485
Parallel Type Select a control method of the MAKE/TRIGGER terminal. Make, Trigger, Set
Pin1
Assign the control functions to the pins of the MAKE/TRIGGER terminal.
• Assign a function to each pin terminal by selecting “Set” in “Parallel Type” mentioned
above.
☞ "Display" in "Functions
controlled by the Make/
Trigger system" on page 23
Pin2
Pin3
Pin4
Pin5
Pin6 The functions are assigned for “Pin6” – “Pin8” and you cannot change the assignment of
these functions.
Tally
Pin7 Enable
Pin8 GND
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Information
Settings for the information display of the monitor.
Item To do Setting value
Source ID Select whether the name assigned in “Character Setting” is displayed on the screen (☞ “On
the Information Display” on page 11).
• When “Auto” is selected, the display color synchronizes with the color of the tally lamp
while the tally lamp is lit.
Off, On, Auto
Character Setting Assign a name to each video source as you like (10 characters at maximum). You can also enter a name using the RS-232C
system. (☞ Page 20)
Status Display Display/Hide the status of the current input and the setting of MUTING. (☞ "On the Status
Display" on page 12)
Auto, Off, On
Time Code Select the type of the TIME CODE display. VITC*1, LTC*1, D-VITC
CRC Error Display/Hide the CRC error when the HD SDI signal is input. (☞ "On the Information Display"
on page 11)
Off, On
Sub Hour Meter Display the hours of use (unit: hour). The usage time can be reset to 0.
Model Display the model name of the monitor.
Version Display the version of the monitor.
Hour Meter*2 Display the total hours of use (unit: hour). This item is used for maintenance of the monitor. You cannot reset this item.
*1 Ancillary time code
*2 ”Hour Meter” and settings specified using the front knob are not reset.
Control Lock*3 Setting values: Off, Volume Lock, All Lock
Settings for disabling the buttons on the front panel.
*3 • The following operations are not available when “Volume Lock” is selected.
- Picture adjustment knob
• The “All Lock” function disables to control the buttons on the front panel. But following operations are available.
- Turning on/off (on standby) the monitor
- Displaying the Set-Up Menu by pressing button while holding button and turning “Control Lock” to “Off”
- Operating the monitor by an external control
If you try other operations, “Control lock on!” appears on the screen.
Language Setting values: English, Deutsch, Français, Español, Italiano, Pуccкий
Select the displayed language for the menu, etc.
IMD
Settings for IMD (In-monitor Display). (☞ Page 20)
Item To do Setting value
IMD Display Display setting
On: Displayed, Off: Not displayed
On, Off
IMD Protocol Serial communication protocol setting
Off: Supports JVC protocol, TSL V4.0: Supports TSL UMD Protocol V4.0
Off, TSL V4.0
Address Address setting
000 to 126: Set a particular address
000 to 126
IMD Size Text size setting
Small: Small size, Middle: Standard size, Large: Large size
Small, Middle, Large
Text Color Text color setting
Command: Same color as that set for communication (Command)
Red, Green, Amber, Blue, Cyan, Magenta, White: Color settings
Command, Red, Green, Amber,
Blue, Cyan, Magenta, White
Tally 1 Color Tally 1 color setting
Command: Same color as that set for communication (Command)
Red, Green, Amber, Blue, Cyan, Magenta, White: Color settings
Command, Red, Green, Amber,
Blue, Cyan, Magenta, White
Tally 2 Color Tally 2 color setting
Command: Same color as that set for communication (Command)
Red, Green, Amber, Blue, Cyan, Magenta, White: Color settings
Command, Red, Green, Amber,
Blue, Cyan, Magenta, White
Background Color Display background color setting
Black: Set the background of the IMD display to black
Translucent: The picture on the monitor shows through the IMD display.
Transparent: Set the background of the IMD display transparent.
Black, Translucent, Transparent
reset Return the “IMD” settings to their default values
all reset
Restores all the settings and adjustments of the monitor to the default.
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● Setting of “Character Setting”
1 Change the input to one that you want to assign a video source name for.
2 Select “Character Setting”.
3 Press buttons to select the first character.
● Each time you press button, the character changes as follows.
Press button to reverse the order.
Space
4 Press button to move the arrow to the next space.
● The characters entered before moving the arrow are memorized.
5 Repeat steps 3 and 4 (10 characters at maximum).
6 Press MENU button to store the name.
● How to use the LCD Saver
1. Set reduced function to perform.
2. Set both time for starting the function and time for letting it work.
3. Activate the STANDBY MODE by Execute.
■ Aborting the ongoing function operation
Operating this apparatus may lead to aborting the OPERATION MODE.
■ Stopping the operation
Executing “Cancel”. Turn off the power.
● Once operating the function, unless turned off the power or executed “Cancel”, reduced function is automatically performed every 24 hours.
■ Example of setting up “1st Start” and “Work Time”
● IMD (In-monitor Display)
This unit supports “TSL UMD Protocol – V4.0” from Television Systems Ltd.
16 character text display and one tally on each side can be controlled.
The color of both the text and the tally can be set.
Using the address setting, up to 127 units can be controlled individually.
To use, set the external control terminals of this unit to serial format.
For details of control commands, refer to the homepage of Television Systems Ltd.
● Low Power Mode
Puts the unit into Low Power Mode 30 seconds after the monitor is switched off (standby) to further reduce power consumption.
• Low Power Mode will not activate when “Remote Active On Standby” on the Set-up Menu is set to “On”.
• The power lamp will be turned off during Low Power Mode.
LCD Saver in
standby
Time to set in
the 1st Start
Timing to run "Execute"
LCD Saver in
standby
LCD Saver in
operation
Time to set in
Work Time
CAM-01
Text display area
* Example of lower screen IMD display
Tally 2
Tally 1
Menu Configuration (cont.)
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Function Key Setting
Specify the function assigned to the F1/F2 button.
● To display “Function Key Setting” Menu
Press the button when the menu is not displayed.
Press the MENU button to exit from "Function Key Setting” Menu.
Item To do Setting value
Function1 Specify the function assigned to the F1 button. - - -, Aperture, I/P Mode,
Frame, Center Marker,
Level Meter Display,
Gamma, Color Temperature,
CRC Error
Function2 Specify the function assigned to the F2 button.
Function Display Select whether to display the status of the assigned function when you press the F1/F2 button. Off, Mode-1, Mode-2
Off
Mode-1
Mode-2
:
:
:
No status display. Perform the registration function.
Display the status. Perform the registration function.
Display the status. Do not perform the registration function.
Perform the registration function when the status is displayed and the button is
pressed again.
* See pages 13 to 20 for details of the functions assigned to Function 1 and Function 2.
● About the operations of F1/F2 button
Each time you press the button, the setting value for the assigned function changes in order.
Ex: When “Color Temperature” is assigned
Each time you press the button, three setting values alternate.
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About the external control
This monitor has three external control terminals.
● Make/Trigger terminal (RJ-45): The following external control
systems are available.
(1) Make (make contact) system:
Controls the monitor by short-circuiting the corresponding pin
terminal to the GND pin terminal, or disconnecting (opening) it.
(2) Trigger (trigger) system:
Controls the monitor by sending the pulse signal instantaneously
to the corresponding pin terminal.
☞ “Using the Make/Trigger system” below
● RS-485 terminals (RJ-45): Controls the monitor with the RS-485
system (☞ “Using the serial communication” on page 23).
● RS-232C terminal (D-sub 9-pin): Controls the monitor with the
RS-232C system (☞ “Using the serial communication” on page 23).
Set the following items of “Remote Setting” in Set-Up Menu
according to the external control terminal and control system (☞
“Serial Type,” “Parallel Type” on page 18).
Control
terminal
Control system
The settings of this unit
“Serial Type”
setting
“Parallel
Type” setting
Make/
Trigger
terminal
Parallel Type Make — Make
Trigger — Trigger
RS-485
terminal
Serial
communication
RS-485
RS485*1
—
RS-232C
terminal
RS-232C
RS232C*1
—
*1 For a monitor connected to a personal computer etc, select the
terminal the equipment is actually connected to. For other monitors,
select “RS485.”
Control priority is as follows.
Make > Trigger = serial communication = buttons and menu on
the monitor
● You can use external control even when “Control Lock” is set to
“Volume Lock” or “All Lock” (☞ page 19).
● When the monitor is off (on standby), external control is not
available. But certain external controls (starting/terminating
communication, turning on the monitor) are available through the
serial communication (☞ page 24).
<Make/Trigger system>
You can control the monitor by a personal computer or dedicated
controller*2.
● “Using the Make/Trigger system” below.
*2 The controller is not commercially available. Consult your dealer if
you need it.
<Serial communication>
RS-485 IN
or
RS-232C
RS-485
OUT
RS-485
IN
RS-485
OUT
RS-485
IN
RS-485
OUT
● For the details, see page 23.
PC, etc.
External Control
Using the Make/Trigger system
The Make/Trigger terminal is configured as follows. You can assign a
function to each pin terminal in “Remote Setting” (☞ “Pin1, Pin2, Pin3,
Pin4, Pin5” in “Parallel Type” on page 18).
● You cannot change the functions assigned to the pin terminals
from 6th to 8th.
Pin No. Pin name
1 Pin1
2 Pin2
3 Pin3
4 Pin4
5 Pin5
This is a female terminal. 6 Tally*1
7 Enable*2
8 GND
*1 The 6th pin terminal controls turning on or off the tally lamp
(available to control even when the 7th pin terminal is invalid).
*2 The 7th pin terminal makes the external control valid/invalid. Make
sure to control the terminal by the Make system.
To assign the functions to the pin terminals
For the operation procedure, see page 12.
1 Select “Remote Setting” on the Set-Up Menu.
2 Set “Parallel Type” to “Set.”
3 Select a pin name (“Pin1” – “Pin5”) for which you want to assign a
function, then select the function you want to assign.
For the selectable functions, see the table on page 23.
Operation of the external control
1 Set “Parallel Type” of “Remote Setting” to “Make” or “Trigger” in the
Set-Up Menu.
2 Short-circuit the 7th pin terminal (ENABLE) to the 8th pin terminal
(GND) so that the monitor can be controlled by the external control.
3 When the “Make” system is selected: Operate each function by short-
circuiting the corresponding pin terminal to the 8th pin terminal
(GND) or opening it.
When the “Trigger” system is selected: Operate each function by
pulse control, that is short-circuiting the corresponding pin terminal
to the 8th pin terminal (GND) for about 1 second and opening it.
● When changing the input with Make system, activate the pin you
want after deactivating the currently used pin.
● When selecting the “Trigger” system, you can operate only one
function at a time. Operate the functions one by one.
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<Functions controlled by the Make/Trigger system>
Display Functions to be controlled Opening Short-circuiting
– – – No function. — —
Tally Color Tally lamp color selection.*1 Green Red
Tally Type Tally lamp lighting method selection. Whole One half at a time
Tally-L(R) Light the left half of the tally lamp in red.*2 On Off
Tally-R(G) Light the right half of the tally lamp in green.*2 On Off
SDI 1 Changes the input to “SDI 1.” Invalid Valid
SDI 2 Changes the input to “SDI 2.” Invalid Valid
HDMI Changes the input to “HDMI.” Invalid Valid
Component/RGB Changes the input to “COMPO./RGB.” Invalid Valid
Video Changes the input to “VIDEO.” Invalid Valid
Area Marker The area marker indication. Off On
Safety Marker The safety marker indication. Off On
Center Marker The center marker indication. Off On
Frame Indication of the area of the specified aspect ratio. Off On
Marker Select Selects the items of “Marker”.*3 Non-“R-” items “R-” items
Manual Aspect Changes the aspect ratio. 4:3 16:9
1:1 Displays in 1:1 mode. Off On
Status Status display.*4 ☞ “On the Status Display” on page 12
Level Meter Audio level meter display. *5
Time Code Time code display. Off On
Source ID ☞ “Source ID” in “Information” on page 19. *6
Color Off Color off. Color Monochrome
Screens Check Screens check. *7
I/P Mode Change a mode according to a input picture. *8
Muting Muting on/off. Off On
Dimmer Change the intensity of the button lamps. Normal Dark
*1 Can be controlled when “Tally Type” (“Set-Up Menu” → “Function Setting” → “Tally Setting”) is set to “Normal”.
*2 Can be controlled when “Tally Type” (“Set-Up Menu” → “Function Setting” → “Tally Setting”) is set to “Half”.
*3 Selects which functions in “Marker” are activated, non-“R-” items or “R-” items (☞ “Marker” on page 15).
*4 Displays the information shown when INPUT SELECT button of the current input is pressed (☞ “On the Status Display” on page 12). While controlling
with the Make system, the information is displayed only at the moment of short-circuiting.
*5 While controlling with the Make system, the level meter is switched between displayed (short-circuiting) and hidden (opening). When “Level Meter
Display” is set to “Off,” the level meter is not displayed (“No Effect” appears).
While controlling with the Trigger system, the pattern of the audio channel display is switched.
*6 While controlling with the Make system, the available set-up options will be the setting value currently selected in “Source ID” (“On” or “Auto” [short-
circuiting]) and “Off” (opening). While controlling with the Trigger system, uses the same set-up option as those in the Set-Up Menu (☞ “Source ID” in
“Information” on page 19).
*7 While controlling with the Make system, the screen is switched between normal screen (opening) and blue screen (short-circuiting). While controlling
with the Trigger system, the screen changes in the same way as when pressing SCREENS CHECK button (☞ w on page 10).
*8 Must be controlled with the Trigger system. The mode changes in the order of “Normal” → “Cinema” → “Field.” (This function cannot be controlled
with the Make system.)
● You cannot assign the same function to different pin terminals.
● The Trigger system switches each function by short-circuiting the pin terminal for about 1 second and opening it.
Using the serial communication
You can control the monitor from a personal computer etc. via the RS-485 or RS-232C terminal.
* Consult your dealer for the details of the external control specification.
<Communication specifications>
Input terminal Cable Terminal specification Communication specifications
RS-485 A straight LAN cable
☞ See below
Baud Rate: 4800 bps
Data Bits: 8 bits
Parity: No parity
Stop Bits: 1 bit
Flow Control: No control
Communication Code: ASCII Code
RS-232C A straight cable with a D-sub 9-pin connector
(male for the monitor, female for the personal
computer etc.)
<Specifications of the RS-485 terminal>
Pin No. IN terminal signal
OUT terminal
signal
1 TXD + TXD +
2 TXD – TXD –
3 RXD + RXD +
4 NC NC
5 NC NC
This is a female
terminal.
6 RXD – RXD –
7 NC NC
8 GND GND
<Specifications of the RS-232C terminal>
Pin No. Signal
1 NC
2 RXD
3 TXD
4 NC
5 GND
This is a female
terminal.
6 NC
7 RTS
8 CTS
9 NC
● The 7th terminal and the 8th terminal are connected.
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<Command outline>
All commands consist of the following segments.
Header Monitor ID Function Data Cr (0Dh)
On Header
“!” : Operation commands from the personal computer, etc. (☞ <Basic command list> below table).
“?” : Reference commands from the personal computer, etc.
“@” : Status returns from the monitor
To start communication, send the connection command from the personal computer etc.
To terminate the communication, send the termination command from the personal computer etc.
Example of communication procedures
<Basic command list>
No. Commands Functions Data
1 ! *1 B C N 1 Cr Starts communication (connection) No data
2 ! *1 B C N 0 Cr Terminates communication (termination) No data
3 ! *1 B I D S E T x x*2 Cr Assigns the control ID 01 – 99
4 ! *1 B I D R E T Cr Initializes the control ID No data
5 ! *1 B I D D S P x x*2 Cr Displays/hides the ID 00: Hide, 01: Display
6 ! *1 B M E N U Cr Displays the Main Menu/Quits the menu operation No data
7 ! *1 B U P Cr Moves the cursor upward ( ) No data
8 ! *1 B D O W N Cr Moves the cursor downward ( ) No data
9 ! *1 B A D J R Cr Makes setting/adjustment ( ) No data
10 ! *1 B A D J L Cr Makes setting/adjustment ( ) No data
11 ! *1 B S E T U P Cr Displays the Set-Up Menu No data
12 ! *1 B P W 1 Cr Turns on the monitor No data
13 ! *1 B P W 0 Cr Turns off the monitor (on standby) No data
14 ! *1 B I N A Cr Selects “SDI 1” input No data
15 ! *1 B I N B Cr Selects “SDI 2” input No data
16 ! *1 B I N C Cr Selects “HDMI” input No data
17 ! *1 B I N D Cr Selects “COMPO./RGB” input No data
18 ! *1 B I N E Cr Selects “VIDEO” input No data
19 ! *1 B D I S P Cr Displays the status*3 No data
20 ! *1 B A M U T E x x*2 Cr Turns muting on/off 00: Off, 01: On
21 ! *1 B A S P x x*2 Cr Changes the aspect ratio 00: 4:3, 01: 16:9
22 ! *1 B V P L S Cr Increases the volume No data
23 ! *1 B V M N S Cr Reduces the volume No data
24 ! *1 B V O L x x*2 Cr Sets the volume 00-30
● “Cr” is 0Dh.
● The commands for starting communication (connection) (No. 1), terminating communication (termination) (No. 2), and turning on the
monitor (No. 13) can be used while the monitor is off (on standby).
*1 Enter the monitor’s ID for “ **.” The initial setting of the monitor’s ID is “00.” When connecting several monitors, “00” is a command for controlling all
monitors at once.
*2 Enter the appropriate data to “xx.”
*3 Displays the information shown when the INPUT SELECT button currently lit is pressed (☞ “On the Status Display” on page 12).
1 Starting the communication:
connection command (!00BCN1Cr)
3 Selecting “SDI 1” input (!00BINACr)
5 Terminating the communication:
termination command (!00BCN0Cr)
6 Monitor’s status (@00BOKCr)
4 Monitor’s status (@00BOKCr)
2 Monitor’s status (@00BOKCr)
PC, etc.
Monitor
External Control (cont.)
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Troubleshooting
Solutions to common problems related to the monitor are described here. If none of the solutions presented here solve the problem, unplug the
monitor and consult an authorized dealer or service center.
Symptom Probable cause and corrective action Page
No power supply.
● Press the button.
● Firmly insert the AC power plug.
● Turn on the POWER switch on the rear panel.
10
9
8
No picture with the power on.
● Select the correct input using the INPUT SELECT buttons.
● Connect the signal cable firmly.
● Turn on the power of the connected component and set the output correctly.
● Check whether the input signal format is acceptable on the monitor.
10
8
—
29, 30
No sound.
● Adjust the volume level.
● Deactivate the muting function.
● Connect the signal cable firmly.
● Turn on the power of the connected component and set the output correctly.
10
10
8
—
“Out of Range” appears. ● Check whether the input signal format is acceptable on the monitor. 12, 29, 30
“No Sync” appears.
● Select the correct input using the INPUT SELECT buttons.
● Connect the signal cable firmly.
● Turn on the power of the connected component and output video signals. Or,
check whether the video output of the component (video output setting of the VCR
or graphic board of the computer) is set correctly.
10
8
—
Wrong color, no color.
● Adjust each picture adjustment knob on the front panel or adjust the items of
“Picture Sub Adjust” in the Set-Up Menu. Or, perform “reset” in “Picture Sub Adjust.”
● Check whether the setting of COLOR Off or SCREENS CHECK buttons are
appropriate.
● Select the proper color system (“Color System”) in “Signal Setting”.
● Adjust the items of “White Balance Setting” in the Set-Up Menu. Or, perform “reset”
in “White Balance Setting”.
10, 18
10
15
18
The picture becomes blurred.
● Adjust the picture contrast or brightness by using the adjustment knobs on the
front panel. Or, adjust “Contrast” or “Bright” of “Picture Sub Adjust” in the Set-Up
Menu.
10, 18
Wrong picture position, wrong picture size.
The picture may sometimes not be able to fill
the whole screen depending on the signal. In
this case, nothing can be done to solve the
problem. Please be aware of this beforehand.
● Check whether the setting of 1:1 is appropriate.
● Check “Manual Aspect” and “SD4:3 Size” settings in Aspect menu.
● Check whether the input signal format is acceptable on the monitor.
● Adjust the picture size (H Size/V Size) or position (H Position/V Position) of “Size/
Position Adjust” menu.
10
14
29, 30
14
Buttons on the monitor do not work.
● Set “Control Lock” in the Set-Up Menu to “Off.”
● You cannot use the buttons for the items controlled by the Make system. Disable
the external control.
19
18, 22
The following are not malfunctions.
● When a still image is displayed for a long time, it may remain indistinctly on the screen after the picture has changed. Though the remaining
picture will disappear after a while, there may be a case that it remains for a long period depending on the length of time the still image was
displayed for. This is due to the characteristics of the LCD display and is not a malfunction.
● Red spots, blue spots and green spots on the panel surface are a normal characteristic of LCD displays, and not a problem. The LCD display is built
with very high precision technology; however, be aware that a few pixels may be missing or constantly lit.
● The following symptoms are problems only when pictures or sounds are not played back normally.
● A slight electric shock occurs when you touch the monitor.
● The top and/or rear panel of the monitor becomes hot.
● The monitor emits a cracking noise.
● The monitor emits a mechanical noise.
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Self-check program
This monitor has a self-check function, which allows it to detect malfunctions and alert you. This makes troubleshooting easier. Whenever a
problem occurs, one or some of the INPUT SELECT lamps will flash. If this happens, follow the steps below and contact your dealer to resolve the
problem.
When the screen goes blank, and one or some of the INPUT SELECT lamps (COMPO./RGB, VIDEO) on the front control panel start
flashing...
1 Check which lamps are flashing.
2 Press button to turn off (on standby) the monitor.
3 Turn off the power switch on the rear panel.
4 Disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet.
5 Contact your dealer with the information about which lamps were flashing.
● If you turn on the monitor soon after turning it off (or after a short-term power failure), the INPUT SELECT lamps may flash and no image may
be displayed.
When this happens, turn off power and wait at least 10 seconds before turning on the monitor again.
If the INPUT SELECT lamps do not flash, you can use the monitor as normal.
● The self-check function does not work when the setup menu “Remote Active On Standby” is set to “Off” and you turn off the monitor (put the
monitor in standby).
The illustration of the monitor is of DT-E21L4.
Troubleshooting (cont.)
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Specifications
General
Model name DT-E21L4 DT-E17L4G
Type Multi format LCD monitor
Screen size Type 21 wide format Type 17 wide format
Aspect ratio 16:9
Horizontal/vertical frequency
(computer signal)
H: 31.469 kHz – 75.000 kHz
V: 49.990 Hz – 75.062 Hz
* Some signals within this frequency range may not be displayed (“Out of range” is displayed).
Compliant video signal format ☞ “Available signals” on page 29
Format HD SDI: BTA S-004C, SMPTE292M
SD SDI: ITU-R BT.656: 525/625
SMPTE259M: 525
EMBEDDED AUDIO: SMPTE299M, SMPTE272M
Audio output Internal speaker: 1.0 W + 1.0 W
Operating conditions Operating temperature: 5°C – 35°C (41°F – 95°F)
Operating humidity: 20% – 80% (non-condensing)
(Slightly variable depending on ambient conditions for installation.)
Power requirements AC 120 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz or DC 12 V – 17 V
Rated current 0.6 A (AC 120 V)
3.5 A (DC 12 V - 17 V)
0.5 A (AC 120 V)
3.0 A (DC 12 V - 17 V)
External dimensions
(excluding protruding parts)
Width: 515 mm (20 3/8˝) 515 mm (20 3/8˝) Width: 430 mm (17˝) 430 mm (17˝)
Height: 352.1 mm (13 7/8˝) 347 mm (13 3/4˝) Height: 314.1 mm (12 3/8˝) 309 mm (12 1/4˝)
Depth: 181 mm (7 1/4˝) 99.8 mm (4˝) Depth: 181 mm (7 1/4˝) 102 mm (4˝)
(with the stand) (without the stand) (with the stand) (without the stand)
Weight 7.7 kg (16.9 lbs) (with the stand)
6.2 kg (13.6 lbs) (without the stand)
7.1 kg (15.6 lbs) (with the stand)
5.6 kg (12.3 lbs) (without the stand)
Accessories AC power cord x 1, Power cord holder x 1, Screw x 2 (for power cord holder)
LCD panel
Type 21˝ wide, active matrix TFT 17˝ wide, active matrix TFT
Effective screen size Width: 477 mm (20 1/2˝)
Height: 268 mm (12 7/8˝)
Diagonal: 547 mm (21 9/16˝)
Width: 382 mm (14 3/4˝)
Height: 215 mm (8 3/8˝)
Diagonal: 438 mm (17 1/4˝)
Number of pixels displayed 1920 x 1080
Number of colors displayed 16.70 million
Viewing angle (TYP.) 170° (Horizontally), 160° (Vertically) 160° (Horizontally), 60° (Upward), 80° (Downward)
Brightness (TYP.) 250 cd/m2 300 cd/m2
Contrast ratio (TYP.) 1000:1 600:1
Input/output terminals
Video
VIDEO Input/output of composite signal: 1 line, BNC connector x 2, 1 V (p-p), 75 Ω
* The input (IN) and output (OUT) terminals are bridge-connected
(auto termination).
HDMI HDMI signal input (compatible with HDCP): HDMI connector x 1
COMPO./RGB
(R, G, B, HS, VS or Y, Pb/B-Y,
Pr/R-Y)
Analog Component signal input/Analog RGB signal input:
1 Line, mini D-SUB 15pin x1
Y: 1 V(p-p), 75 Ω(with sync)
G, B/PB/B-Y, R/PR/R-Y: 0.7 V (p-p), 75 Ω
HS, VS: 0.3 V (p-p) to 5 V (p-p)
* For HS and VS, change the Low/High terminals manually.
E. AUDIO HD/SD SDI (IN 1) Digital signal input (compatible with EMBEDDED AUDIO signals):
auto detection, 2 line, BNC connector x 2
E. AUDIO HD/SD SDI (IN 2)
E. AUDIO HD/SD SDI
(SWITCHED OUT)
Digital signal output (compatible with EMBEDDED AUDIO signals):
1 line switched out, BNC connector x 1
Audio
AUDIO (IN) Analog audio signal input: 2 line, RCA connector x 2, Stereo mini Jack x1, 500 mV (rms), high impedance
AUDIO (MONITOR OUT) Analog audio signal output: 1 line, RCA connector x 2, 500 mV (rms)
External
control
REMOTE (MAKE/TRIGGER) ☞ “Using the Make/Trigger system” on page 22
REMOTE (RS-485) ☞ “Using the serial communication” on page 23
REMOTE (RS-232C)
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To install the monitor on a shelf To install the monitor on a wall
<Top view> <Side view> <Rear view> <Side view>
Dimensions Unit: mm (inch)
DT-E21L4
<Front view> <Side view> <Rear view>
DT-E17L4G
<Front view> <Side view> <Rear view>
To install the monitor on a shelf To install the monitor on a wall
<Top view> <Side view> <Rear view> <Side view>
270 (10 3/4)
114.3
(4
5/8)
210 (8 3/8)
160 (6 3/8)
30.3
(1
1/4)
36.7(11/2)
1
0
-
φ
8
17.3
(3/4)
179 (7 1/8)
23.5
(1)
160 (6 3/8)
165
(6
1/2)
14.5
(5/8)
6-φ8 70
(2 7/8)
70
(2 7/8)
88.2
(3 1/2)
VESA mounting holes
(Size: M4, depth: 10 mm)
100
100
115
(4
5/8)
430 (17)
309
(12
1/4)
314.1
(12
3/8)
300 (11 7/8)
270 (10 3/4)
112.1
(4
1/2)
210 (8 3/8)
160 (6 3/8)
30.3
(1
1/4)
36.7(11/2)
1
0
-
φ
8
15.1 (5/8)
179 (7 1/8) 88.2
(3 1/2)
VESA mounting holes
(Size: M4, depth: 10 mm)
100
100
115
(4
5/8)
515 (20 3/8)
347
(13
3/4)
352.1
(13
7/8)
300 (11 7/8)
18 (3/4)
102(41/8)
56
(2 1/4)
1.3 (1/16)
181 (7 1/4)
3 (1/8)
23.5
(1)
15
(5/8)
160 (6 3/8)
173.5
(6
7/8)
60
(2
3/8)
23
(1)
67
(2
3/4)
6-φ8 70
(2 7/8)
70
(2 7/8)
20.2 (7/8)
99.8 (4)
53 (2 1/8)
1.3 (1/16)
181 (7 1/4)
3 (1/8)
Specifications (cont.)
15
(5/8)
60
(2
3/8)
67
(2
3/4)
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Available signals
The following signals are available for this monitor.
Video signals
No. Signal name
Signal format shown in
the status display
(☞ page 12)*5
Input terminal
VIDEO analog COMPO. analog RGB
E.AUDIO *1
HD/SD SDI
HDMI
1 NTSC NTSC √ — — — —
2 NTSC 4.43 N 4.43 √ — — — —
3 PAL-M PAL-M √ — — — —
4 PAL60 PAL60 √ — — — —
5 PAL PAL √ — — — —
6 PAL-N PAL-N √ — — — —
7 SECAM SECAM √ — — — —
8 B/W50 B/W50 √ — — — —
9 B/W60 B/W60 √ — — — —
10 480/60i 480/60i — √ — — √
11 480/59.94i 480/59.94i — √ — √ √
12 576/50i 576/50i — √ — √ √
13 480/60p 480/60p — √ — — √
14 480/59.94p 480/60p — √ — — √
15 576/50p 576/50p — √ — — √
16 640*480/60p 640*480/60p — — √ — √
17 640*480/59.94p 640*480/60p — — √ — √
18 720/60p 720/60p — √ — √ √
19 720/59.94p 720/59.94p — √ — √ √
20 720/50p 720/50p — √ — √ √
21 720/30p 720/30p — — — √ —
22 720/29.97p 720/29.97p — — — √ —
23 720/25p 720/25p — — — √ —
24 720/24p 720/24p — — — √ —
25 720/23.98p 720/23.98p — — — √ —
26 1080/60i 1080/60i — √ — √ √
27 1080/59.94i 1080/59.94i — √ — √ √
28 1035/60i 1035/60i — — — √ √
29 1035/59.94i 1035/59.94i — — — √ √
30 1080/50i 1080/50i — √ — √ √
31 1080/60p 1080/60p — √ √ — √
32 1080/59.94p 1080/60p — √ √ — √
33 1080/50p 1080/50p — √ √ — √
34 1080/30p 1080/30p — — — √ √
35 1080/29.97p 1080/29.97p — — — √ √
36 1080/25p 1080/25p — — — √ √
37 1080/24p 1080/24p — — — √ √
38 1080/23.98p 1080/23.98p — — — √ √
39 1080/30PsF 1080/30psf — — — √*2 —
40 1080/29.97PsF 1080/29.97psf — — — √*3 —
41 1080/25PsF 1080/25psf — — — √*4 —
42 1080/24PsF 1080/24psf — — — √ —
43 1080/23.98PsF 1080/23.98psf — — — √ —
√: Acceptable
—: Not acceptable
*1 Compatible with EMBEDDED AUDIO signals.
*2 The signal is recognized as 1080/60i, and the status is displayed as “1080/60i.”
*3 The signal is recognized as 1080/59.94i, and the status is displayed as “1080/59.94i.”
*4 The signal is recognized as 1080/50i, and the status is displayed as “1080/50i.”
*5 For signal formats other than E.Audio HD/SD SDI input, **/59.94, **/29.97, and **/23.98 will be displayed as **/60, **/30, and **/24 respectively.
● HDMI, the HDMI logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United
States and other countries.
● HDCP stands for High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection, a copy protection technology of high reliability licensed by Digital Content
Protection, LLC.
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Computer signals (preset)
Analog RGB input (COMP./RGB terminals) and DVI input (HDMI terminal):
No. Signal name
Resolution Frequency
Scan system
Horizontal Vertical Horizontal (kHz) Vertical (Hz)
1 VGA60 640 480 31.5 59.9 Non-interlace
2 WVGA60 852 480 31.5 59.9 Non-interlace
3 SVGA60 800 600 37.9 60.3 Non-interlace
4 XGA60 1024 768 48.4 60.0 Non-interlace
5 WXGA (1280) 1280 768 47.8 60.0 Non-interlace
6 WXGA+60 1440 900 55.9 60.0 Non-interlace
7 SXGA60 1280 1024 64.0 60.0 Non-interlace
8 UXGA60 *1 1600 1200 75.0 60.0 Non-interlace
9 WUXGA60 *1 1920 1200 74.0 60.0 Non-interlace
10 1080/60p 1920 1080 67.5 60.0 Non-interlace
11 1080/50p 1920 1080 56.3 50.0 Non-interlace
12 US TEXT *2, *5 720 400 31.5 70.1 Non-interlace
13 WXGA(1360) 1360 768 47.7 60.0 Non-interlace
14 SXGA+/60A *3 1400 1050 64.0 60.0 Non-interlace
15 SXGA+/60B *4 1400 1050 65.2 60.0 Non-interlace
16 MAC13*5 640 480 35.0 66.7 Non-interlace
17 MAC16*5 832 624 49.7 74.5 Non-interlace
18 MAC19*5 1024 768 60.2 74.9 Non-interlace
19 MAC21*5 1152 870 68.7 75.1 Non-interlace
*1 No. 8 and No. 9 signals come in, thin lines will become obscured because their signal resolution is higher than the screen resolution.
*2 The signal is recognized as VGA400/70, and the status is displayed as “VGA400/70”.
*3 The signal is recognized as SXGA+60, and the status is displayed as “SXGA+60”.
*4 The signal is recognized as SXGA+60*, and the status is displayed as “SXGA+60*”.
*5 Only supports analog RGB input.
● Non-preset signals may not be displayed normally even if the frequency is within the acceptable range.
● When a preset signal comes in, the signal format is shown on the status display. When a non-preset signal comes in, “Out Of Range” appears.
Specification of the HDMI terminal
Connect it to the HDMI output terminal of a video device.
Pin No. Input signal Pin No. Input signal Pin No. Input signal
1 T.M.D.S Data 2+ 8 T.M.D.S Data 0 shield 15 SCL
2 T.M.D.S Data 2 shield 9 T.M.D.S Data 0– 16 SDA
3 T.M.D.S Data 2– 10 T.M.D.S Clock+ 17 DDC/CEC GND
4 T.M.D.S Data 1+ 11 T.M.D.S Clock shield 18 +5 V Power
5 T.M.D.S Data 1 shield 12 T.M.D.S Clock– 19 Hot Plug Detect
6 T.M.D.S Data 1– 13 CEC
7 T.M.D.S Data 0+ 14 Spare (not connected)
Specification of the mini D-SUB15pin terminal
Connect it to the mini D-SUB15pin output terminal of a video device.
Notice on transportation
This monitor is precision equipment and needs dedicated packing material for transportation.
Never use any packing material supplied from sources other than JVC or JVC-authorized dealers.
● For easy understanding, pictures and illustrations are shown by being emphasized, omitted or composed, and may be slightly different
from actual products.
● Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
● All company names and product names mentioned herein are used for identification purposes only, and may be the trademarks or
registered trademarks of their respective companies.
Pin No. Input signal
1 Red video signal
2
Green video signal or Sync on
Green signal
3 Blue video signal
4 Not connected
5 Ground
Pin No. Input signal
6 Red video signal return
7 Green video signal return
8 Blue video signal return
9 Not connected
10 Ground
11 Not connected
Pin No. Input signal
12 I2C data
13
Horizontal or Composite
synchronization signal
14 Vertical synchronization signal
15 I2C clock
Specifications (cont.)
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MULTI
FORMAT
LCD
MONITOR
DT-E21L4/DT-E17L4G

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