Olympus OEV261H manual

User manual for the Olympus OEV261H in English. This PDF manual has 105 pages.

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Contents i High definition LCD monitor OEV261H Contents Labels and Symbols..................................................................... 1 Important Information — Please Read Before Use.................... 3 Intended use ............................................................................................ 3 Instruction manual .................................................................................... 3 Instrument compatibility ........................................................................... 4 Repair and modification ........................................................................... 4 Signal words.............................................................................................. 5 Dangers, warnings and cautions .............................................................. 5 Outline....................................................................................................... 12 Chapter 1 Checking the Package Contents............................ 13 Chapter 2 Controls and Their Functions ................................ 14 2.1 Video monitor unit........................................................................... 14 2.2 Front panel...................................................................................... 15 2.3 Rear panel ...................................................................................... 17 2.4 AC adapter...................................................................................... 19 Chapter 3 Installation and Connection ................................... 20 3.1 Installing the monitor....................................................................... 21 3.2 Installing the AC adapter................................................................. 23 3.3 Connection to an AC mains power supply...................................... 24 Chapter 4 Inspection and Setup Before Use .......................... 26 4.1 Power supply .................................................................................. 26 4.2 Inspection of the displayed image................................................... 27 Chapter 5 Screen Menu and Operation of Front Panel.......... 28 5.1 PRESET button............................................................................... 28 5.2 INPUT button .................................................................................. 35 5.3 MENU button .................................................................................. 36 5.4 PIP button ....................................................................................... 38 5.5 POP button ..................................................................................... 39 5.6 SCAN button................................................................................... 40 5.7 FUNCTION buttons (F1, F2/ENTER).............................................. 40 5.8 Status display.................................................................................. 41
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Contents ii High definition LCD monitor OEV261H Chapter 6 Submenu Operations .............................................. 44 6.1 INPUT CONFIG .............................................................................. 44 6.2 COMP. ............................................................................................ 46 6.3 VIDEO CONFIG.............................................................................. 48 6.4 WHITE BALANCE........................................................................... 49 6.5 VIDEO INPUT ................................................................................. 51 6.6 SYSTEM CONFIG .......................................................................... 62 6.7 FUNCTION...................................................................................... 64 6.8 WINDOW CONFIG ......................................................................... 66 6.9 REMOTE CONFIG.......................................................................... 71 6.10 CONTROL ...................................................................................... 73 Chapter 7 REMOTE Specifications.......................................... 75 7.1 GPI terminals .................................................................................. 75 Chapter 8 Care, Storage, and Disposal................................... 78 8.1 Care ................................................................................................ 78 8.2 Storage ........................................................................................... 79 8.3 Disposal .......................................................................................... 79 Chapter 9 Inspections............................................................... 80 Chapter 10 Troubleshooting ...................................................... 81 10.1 Troubleshooting guide .................................................................... 81 10.2 Returning the monitor for repair ...................................................... 83 Appendix........................................................................................ 84 System chart ............................................................................................ 84 Transportation, storage, and operation environment/specifications.......... 90 EMC information........................................................................................ 94 Maintenance .................................................................................. 98
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Labels and Symbols 1 High definition LCD monitor OEV261H Labels and Symbols Safety-related labels and symbols are attached to the instrument at the locations shown below. If labels or symbols are missing or illegible, contact Olympus. High definition LCD monitor Serial number Potential equalization terminal Electrical rating
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2 Labels and Symbols High definition LCD monitor OEV261H AC adapter Serial number Electrical rating The rating plate of the AC adapter is on the underside of the adapter.
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Important Information — Please Read Before Use 3 High definition LCD monitor OEV261H Important Information — Please Read Before Use Intended use This instrument has been designed to be used with Olympus endoscopes, light source, video system center, camera control units and endoscopic ultrasound centers for endoscopic diagnosis and video observation. Do not use this instrument for any purpose other than its intended use. Instruction manual This instruction manual contains essential information on using this instrument safely and effectively. Before use, thoroughly review this manual and the manuals of all equipment that will be used during the procedure and use the equipment as instructed. Keep this and all related instruction manuals in a safe, accessible location. If you have any questions or comments about any information in this manual, please contact Olympus.  Terms used in this manual Video system center: The video system center is a device that converts signals from a videoscope or video converter into monitor images. Camera control unit: The camera control unit is a device that converts signals from a fiberscope or rigid endoscope into monitor images. Ultrasound center: The ultrasound center converts the ultrasonic signals from an ultrasonic endoscope or probe into monitor images. Light source: The light source provides light and electrical signals to the endoscope. Wall mains socket outlet: An electrical outlet that has a terminal used exclusively for grounding.
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4 Important Information — Please Read Before Use High definition LCD monitor OEV261H Instrument compatibility Refer to the “System chart” in the Appendix to confirm that this instrument is compatible with the ancillary equipment being used. Using incompatible equipment can result in patient or operator injury and/or equipment damage. It may also impair the functionality of the instrument. This instrument complies with medical electrical equipment edition 2 (IEC 60601-1-2: 2007). However when connecting with an instrument that complies with medical electrical equipment edition 1 (IEC 60601-1-2: 1993), the whole system complies with edition 1. (See, “EMC information” on page 94 for EMC compliance level.) Repair and modification This instrument does not contain any user-serviceable parts. Do not disassemble, modify or attempt to repair it; patient or operator injury and/or equipment damage can result. Some problems that appear to be malfunctions may be correctable by referring to Chapter 10, “Troubleshooting”. If the problem cannot be resolved using the information, contact Olympus. Aspect ratio: It is a unit that expresses a rate of a screen side and a vertical length. The aspect ratio of 4:3 is used usually for SDTV. The aspect ratio of 16:9 is used usually for HDTV. VESA mounting standards: These are the standards to be applied when mounting an LCD panel on a monitor mount or stand. These standards were defined by the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA), a US-based organization concerned with computer display devices. Mobile workstation: The mobile workstation is a special trolley on which this monitor is placed. PIP (Picture in Picture) The sub display is put in the main display. POP (Picture out Picture) The sub display by the side of the main display.
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Important Information — Please Read Before Use 5 High definition LCD monitor OEV261H Signal words The following signal words are used throughout this manual: Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices or potential equipment damage. Indicates additional helpful information. Dangers, warnings and cautions • Strictly observe the following precautions. Failure to do so may place the patient and medical personnel in danger of an electric shock: − Keep fluids away from all electrical equipment. If fluids are spilled on or into the monitor, immediately stop operating it and contact Olympus. − Do not prepare, inspect or use this instrument with wet hands. • Never install and operate this instrument in locations where: − The concentration of oxygen is high. − Oxidizing agents (such as nitrous oxide (N2O)) are present in the atmosphere. − Flammable anesthetics are present in the atmosphere. Otherwise, explosion or fire may result because this monitor is not explosion-proof.
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6 Important Information — Please Read Before Use High definition LCD monitor OEV261H • To reduce the risk of fire or shock hazard, do not expose this equipment to rain or moisture. • To reduce the risk of fire or shock hazard, keep this equipment away from all liquids. Use and store only in locations which are not exposed to the risk of dripping or splashing liquids, and do not place any liquid containers on top of the equipment. • Do not use this instrument beyond the rated outlets and wiring, otherwise it may result in fire or an electrical shock. • Always power the monitor with the voltage specified in this manual. Supplying a nonspecified voltage to the monitor may result in fire or an electric shock. • This product has a fluorescent lamp that contains a small amount of mercury. It also contains lead in some components. Disposal of these materials may be regulated in your community due to environmental considerations. For disposal or recycling information, please contact your local authorities or the Electronics Industries Alliance. • Strictly observe the following precautions for the power cord. Damaging the power cord may result in fire or an electric shock: − When placing the power cord, take care that it is not crushed in the space between the monitor and a wall, mobile workstation or a shelf. − Do not modify or damage the power cord. − Do not stretch or place a heavy object on the power cord. − Do not place the power cord near heating equipment or expose it to excessive heat. − Always grasp and pull the plug when unplugging the power cord. Do not pull on the cord itself. • Be sure to use the supplied AC adapter. Do not use the supplied AC adapter for powering other devices. The equipment may fail or the power cord may burn. • If an irregularity is suspected during use of the instrument, stop operation of the monitor. Some problems may be correctable by referring to the following procedure. Damage or irregularity in the instrument may compromise patient or operator safety and may result in more severe equipment damage.
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Important Information — Please Read Before Use 7 High definition LCD monitor OEV261H − In case of a loss of the endoscopic image or a frozen image: Turn off the monitor, and turn on it again after 10 seconds. Also turn off the ancillary equipment to be used in combination with this monitor and turn on it again, as described in the instruction manuals for the equipment. If the problem cannot be resolved by the described remedial action, stop using the monitor and gently withdraw the videoscope, fiberscope, rigid endoscope or ultrasonic endoscope from the patient’s body as indicated in the endoscope’s instruction manual. − In case other abnormalities: Immediately stop operation of the monitor, withdraw the videoscope, fiberscope, rigid endoscope or ultrasonic endoscope from the patient as indicated in the endoscope’s manual, and take remedial action as described in Chapter 10, “Troubleshooting”. If the problem cannot be resolved by the described remedial action, be sure to contact Olympus for repair as described in Section 10.2, “Returning the monitor for repair” on page 83. • When installing this instrument on the mobile workstation or a trolley with a clamping table, be sure to provide the mobile workstation or trolley with a toppling/movement prevention measure. If such a measure is not taken, the mobile workstation or trolley could move or fall during the procedure, which could cause patient and/or operator injury. • Before using high-frequency electrosurgical equipment, make sure that any signal noise emitted from the equipment does not affect the observation of the surgical procedures. If high-frequency electrosurgical equipment is used without such confirmation, patient injury may result. • To prepare for unexpected equipment failure, be sure to prepare spare equipment. • It is recommended that only Olympus high-frequency electrosurgical equipment be used with this unit. Non-Olympus equipment can cause interference on the monitor display or a loss of the endoscopic image. • Always establish the system with equipment that complies with relevant EMC standards for safety reasons. Equipment which does not comply with EMC standards may cause interference and its function or performance may be affected.
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8 Important Information — Please Read Before Use High definition LCD monitor OEV261H • To protect its components from excessive heat, the monitor will turn itself OFF if its internal temperature rises to a level at which equipment damage could occur. If this happens during the procedure, immediately stop the examination and gently withdraw the videoscope, fiberscope, rigid endoscope or ultrasonic endoscope from the patient as indicated in the endoscope’s instruction manual, and contact Olympus. • Always use the power cord and connection cables that were shipped with the monitor or mobile workstation. Using other power cords or connection cables may result in an electric shock or malfunction. • Always use the monitor cables designated in this instruction manual. Using non-designated monitor cables may result in production of monitor noise at a level that may affect the observation and treatment or loss of observation image. • This apparatus must be grounded. To ensure safe operation, the three-pin plug must be inserted only into a standard three-pin power outlet which is effectively grounded through normal household wiring. • Extension cords used with the equipment must be three-core and be correctly wired to provide connection to the ground. Incorrectly wired extension cords can be extremely hazardous. • The fact that the equipment operates satisfactorily does not imply that it is grounded, and the installation is not necessary safe. For your safety, if in any doubt about the effective grounding of the equipment or power outlet, please consult a qualified electrician. • Do not place the AC adapter in area accessible to the patients. Ensure the patients cannot touch the device, as it can reach high temperature under continuous use. • In order to maintain adequate ventilation, do not install or place this unit in a bookcase, built-in cabinet or any other confined space. To prevent risk of electric shock or fire hazard due to overheating, ensure that curtains and any other materials do not obstruct the ventilation. • When installing the instrument, reserve a space of 10 cm or larger between the instrument and any walls or other equipment. Lack of such a space will interfere with the monitor’s internal cooling and may lead to malfunction or equipment damage.
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Important Information — Please Read Before Use 9 High definition LCD monitor OEV261H • This product has a fluorescent lamp that contains mercury. Disposal may be regulated in your community due to environmental considerations. For disposal or recycling information, please contact your local authorities. • Be sure that this instrument is not used adjacent to or stacked with other equipment (other than the components of this instrument or system) to avoid electromagnetic interference. • Electromagnetic interference may occur on this instrument near equipment marked with the following symbol or other portable and mobile RF (Radio Frequency) communications equipment such as cellular phones. If electromagnetic interference occurs, mitigation measures may be necessary, such as reorienting or relocating this instrument, or shielding the location. • Do not install the instrument in a place exposed to direct sunlight, high temperature (more than 60°C). Otherwise, it may damage the cabinet or internal parts, result in fire. • Be sure to plug the power cord securely, otherwise it may result in fire and an electric shock. • Unplug the power cord if the monitor is not used for a long time. Otherwise, it may result in fire. • Remove the dust on the plug of the power cord regularly, otherwise it may result in fire and an electric shock. • Be sure to turn the monitor OFF and unplug the power cord before proceeding to maintain the monitor. If the power cord is left plugged in, an electric shock may result. • Check the installation at least once a year. An improper installation could cause the monitor to fall off resulting in personal injury. • To reduce the risk of fire or shock hazard and annoying interference, use the recommended accessories only. • Attach this instrument to the wall by professional company only. Otherwise, this instrument may fall due to improper attachment, injury may result. • Remove the wall-hanging bracket when not used. Otherwise people moving in the vicinity of the monitor could get caught on the bracket and be injured.
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10 Important Information — Please Read Before Use High definition LCD monitor OEV261H • When installing this instrument, be sure to attach it securely to the monitor mount. Otherwise, the instrument may fall. This may cause patient and/or operator injury and may damage the instrument. • Do not move the monitor while the power cord and connection cables are connected. Otherwise, damage to the monitor, power cord and connection cables, fire or an electric shock may result. • When installing or using the monitor, take care not to strike against a corner of the monitor. Otherwise, injury may result. • Install this instrument in a stable location. Otherwise, the instrument may fall. This may cause operator injury and may damage the instrument. • Do not try to lift the monitor by grabbing the panel. • Do not expose the LCD panel to heavy pressure or pressure from pointed objects. Take care especially during transportation. Exposing the LCD panel to heavy pressure may result in blurring or other damage. • This monitor is intended for use in an electromagnetic environment specified in “EMC information” on page 94. • Exposing the LCD screen to intense light sources will impair its characteristics and lower image quality. • The mains plug of the power supply cord shall remain readily operable. The AC receptacle (mains socket outlet) shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible. • To completely disconnect this equipment from the power AC mains, disconnect the power cord plug from the AC receptacle. • In an environment exposed to drastic temperature fluctuations, condensation may build up on inside the LCD screen. This may lower the quality of the screen and may damage it. WRONG
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Important Information — Please Read Before Use 11 High definition LCD monitor OEV261H • The LCD screen is manufactured to precise specifications. Although over 99.99% of the pixels function normally, 0.01% of the pixels are either missing or constantly lit (red, blue or green). This is normal and not a cause for concern. • The liquid crystal protection panel is a specially manufactured component. Wiping it with a hard cloth, or rubbing it vigorously will scratch the surface. • If a still image is displayed for an extended period of time, it may generate a temporary afterimage (phosphor burn-in). (However, such images can be removed by displaying normal video for awhile.) • The response speed and brightness of liquid crystal varies with ambient temperatures. • Some video images may appear blurred on the screen. • Leaving the unit in a location exposed to high temperature and humidity for an extended period of time may damage the LCD screen and cause blurring. • This monitor may become hot after an extended period of operation, but this does not indicate a malfunction. • High-frequency electrosurgical equipment can cause slight interference on the monitor display.
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12 Important Information — Please Read Before Use High definition LCD monitor OEV261H Outline The 26 inch OEV261H LCD display panel has been designed for use as a medical monitor. The OEV261H is an LCD monitor designed to be used with Olympus endoscopes, light sources, video system centers, camera control units and ultrasound centers. Do not use the monitor for any other purpose. „ Designed for medical applications • Complies with IEC 60601-1 (Ed.2 and 3) and IEC 60601-1-2 (Ed.3) • Sheet switches and the protective screen panel have been specifically designed for use in the medical field. „ WUXGA (1920 × 1200 pixels) high-resolution IPS LCD panel „ 10-bit 3DLUT (look-up-table) for accurate color reproduction „ 10-bit signal processing for smooth color transitions „ Instant output of input signals • The OEV261H incorporates a function that eliminates time delay of field units caused by IP conversion minimizing delays between input and image display. „ Supports multiple formats • Capable of handling SDI (both HD and SD), VIDEO, Y/C, YPBPR/RGB and DVI-D video input signals. • Supports both NTSC and PAL TV systems. • It supports computer (COMP) input signals such as analog signal input via RGB and HD15 terminals as well as digital signal input via DVI-D terminal. „ A host functions • PIP (Picture in Picture) and POP (Picture out Picture) dual screen display functions • ENDOSCOPE, 1.8,1.95, 2.0, 2.2, 2.4, 2.6, and PACS gamma • Upside-down (180° rotation) and reverse (flip horizontal) functions • GPI and RS-232C external control functions
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Chapter 1 Checking the Package Contents 13 High definition LCD monitor OEV261H Chapter 1 Checking the Package Contents Match all items in the package with the components shown below. Inspect each item for damage. If the instrument is damaged, a component is missing or, you have any questions, do not use the monitor; immediately contact Olympus. High definition LCD monitor (OEV261H) AC adapter Power cord Power cord hook DC cord Screw (for securing power cord) 1 pcs Screw (for attaching LCD arm) 6 pcs Instruction manual
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14 Chapter 2 Controls and Their Functions High definition LCD monitor OEV261H Chapter 2 Controls and Their Functions 2.1 Video monitor unit Front Rear Tally Rear panel (page 17) Front panel (page 15) Tally lamp When a LCD panel backlight or inverter circuit is malfunctioning, the lamp flashes orange.
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Chapter 2 Controls and Their Functions 15 High definition LCD monitor OEV261H 2.2 Front panel POWER switch (the POWER switch is located at the bottom) This switch turns the power On and Off. POWER LED When the power goes On, the LED (green) lights. PRESET button ( ) Previously recorded input settings and image quality settings can be selected from PRESET (10 settings), USER (20 settings) and FACTORY (one setting). INPUT button ( ) Selects the input terminal for PORT A and PORT B signals. Two images displayed in PIP or POP are called PORT A and PORT B in this manual. ∗ Operates only when the AC POWER switch on the AC adapter is set to On and the AC adapter operates. PRESET : Settings made at the factory USER : Settings saved by the user in the SYSTEM CONFIG menu. FACTORY : Factory default settings POWER switch Turns the power off. Turns the power on.
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16 Chapter 2 Controls and Their Functions High definition LCD monitor OEV261H MENU ( ), PIP ( ), POP ( ), SCAN ( ), F1 ( ), F2/ENTER ( ) button Use these buttons to display menus, select and adjust settings and confirm menu selections. The buttons are made of plastic film. Do not use pointed objects such as fingernails, pens or screwdrivers to press the buttons, as the resulting damage or deformation could prevent proper contact. MENU : Displays and exit menus. PIP : Switches from the normal screen, dual PIP screen and PIP mode. When a menu is open, it moves the cursor to the left and selects items. POP : Switches from the normal display to the dual POP screen and to POP mode. When a menu is open, it moves the cursor to the right and selects items. SCAN : Magnifies the single screen display and the large screen in PIP mode. When a menu is open, it moves the cursor downwards and selects items. F1 : Executes (confirms) items assigned to FUNCTION1 in a menu. When a menu is open, it moves the cursor upwards and selects items. F2/ENTER : Executes (confirms) items assigned to FUNCTION2 in a menu. Press to confirm settings in a menu or to go to a submenu.
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Chapter 2 Controls and Their Functions 17 High definition LCD monitor OEV261H 2.3 Rear panel DVI-D1, DVI-D2 terminals (DVI-D) (It is compatible with DVI-VIDEO and DVI-COMP.) SDI1, SDI2 terminals (BNC) VIDEO terminal (BNC)∗1 Y/C terminal (4-pin mini-DIN) YPBPR/RGB terminal (BNC)∗1∗3 IN : This is the DVI-D signal input terminal. (It is compatible with DVI-VIDEO and DVI-COMP.) OUT : This is the DVI-D output terminal. It is output when a DVI-D input signal image appears on the display. It is not output when other signals than DVI-D are selected. IN : This is the SDI input terminal (supports automatic HD and SD switching). OUT : This is the SDI output terminal. When the power goes On, an SDI input signal is output at all times. IN : This is the VIDEO signal (composite signal) input terminal. OUT : This is the VIDEO signal output terminal. Regardless of On/Off of the power supply, the VIDEO input signal is output at all times. IN : This is the Y/C signal input terminal. OUT : This is the Y/C output terminal. When the power goes On, the Y/C input signal is output at all times. IN : This is the YPBPR/RGB signal input terminal. OUT : This is the input signal output terminal. Regardless of On/Off of the power supply, the YPBPR/RGB input signal is output at all times.
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18 Chapter 2 Controls and Their Functions High definition LCD monitor OEV261H SYNC/HD, VD terminal (BNC)∗2 GPI input terminal (D-SUB 9-pin) External control is possible by using a GPI signal. RS-232C input terminal (D-SUB 9-pin) External control is possible by using an RS-232C signal. HD15 terminal (HD15) Equipotential terminal ( ) This terminal is used to equalize potential. When potential equalization is required, connect this terminal to the potential equalization terminal of the equipment. DC IN terminal (XLR 4-pin) This is the 24 V DC/5 V DC input terminal. Connect the supplied DC cord of the supplied AC adapter to this terminal. DC OUT terminal (special 4-pin) This is the 5 V DC output terminal. When a DVI-FIBER adapter is connected to DVI-D 2 IN, use the designated cable to connect this terminal to the power terminal of the adapter. IN : This is the input terminal for external synchronizing SYNC/HD, VD signals. OUT : This is the input signal output terminal. Regardless of On/Off of the power supply, external synchronizing SYNC/HD, VD signals are output at all times. ∗ An external synchronizing signal cable can be connected to the SYNC/HD terminal. When using RGB signals from a computer, connect the horizontal synchronizing signal cable to the SYNC/HD terminal and the vertical synchronizing signal cable to the VD terminal. IN : This is the COMP. signal input terminal. OUT : This is the input signal output terminal. It is output when an HD15 input signal image appears on the display. It is not output when other signals than HD15 are selected. ∗1: Unless a cable is connected to the OUT terminal, the IN terminal is automatically terminated at 75 Ω. Since a connection to the OUT terminal releases the 75 Ω termination of the unit, the level of the VIDEO signal input to the unit may become too large depending on the connected device. ∗2: Unless a cable is connected to the OUT terminal, the IN terminal is automatically terminated at 1 kΩ. Making a connection to the OUT terminal will automatically release the 1 kΩ termination. ∗3: When a device is connected to the OUT terminal, 1080p and computer input and other broadband signals may distort character outlines and other details.
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Chapter 2 Controls and Their Functions 19 High definition LCD monitor OEV261H 2.4 AC adapter AC IN terminal This is the AC input terminal. AC POWER switch (ON: , OFF: ) This switch turns the AC adapter on and off. AC POWER LED This lamp lights green when the AC POWER switch is set to on. DC OUT terminal This is the DC output terminal. This terminal enables connection of a DC cord.
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20 Chapter 3 Installation and Connection High definition LCD monitor OEV261H Chapter 3 Installation and Connection Review this chapter thoroughly before each use. If the equipment is not properly prepared before each use, equipment damage, patient and operator injury and/or fire can occur. • Turn OFF all system components before connecting them. Otherwise, equipment damage can result. • Use appropriate cables. Otherwise, equipment damage or malfunction can result. • Use the monitor under the conditions described in the section “Transportation, storage, and operation environment/specifications” in the Appendix. Otherwise, improper performance, compromised safety and/or equipment damage may result. • The cables should not be sharply bent, pulled, twisted or crushed. • Should the LCD panel of the monitor break, never touch it with bare hands; injury could occur. If your hands come in contact with the liquid crystal material, be sure to rinse them off thoroughly with water. • The HDTV monitor remote cable (MAJ-1161, MAJ-1230) is connected to a “GPI” terminal. If this is connected to a “RS-232C” terminal, it may lead to malfunction or equipment damage. Prepare this monitor and compatible equipment (shown in the “System chart” in the Appendix) before each use, and refer to the instruction manuals of each system component. Install and connect the equipment as following pages.
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Chapter 3 Installation and Connection 21 High definition LCD monitor OEV261H 3.1 Installing the monitor • The monitor is heavy; care must be taken when installing it. Otherwise, injury to the installer(s) and/or damage to the instrument may result. • When installing the instrument, reserve a space of 10 cm or larger between the instrument and any walls or other equipment. Lack of such a space will interferes with the monitor’s internal cooling and may lead to malfunction or equipment damage. • Do not install this monitor near a source of strong electromagnetic waves (such as a microwave or short-wave therapy machine, MRI equipment, radio equipment or cellular phone). Otherwise, electromagnetic noise may interfere with the monitor image. Installation on a mobile workstation When using a LCD monitor mount, prepare a 100 × 200 mm or 100 × 100 mm monitor mount that complies with VESA mount standards. Fix the monitor onto a 100 × 200 mm monitor mount using the six screws provided. Or fix the monitor onto a 100 × 100 mm monitor mount using the four screws provided. For installation procedures, refer to the instruction manual for the monitor mount.
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22 Chapter 3 Installation and Connection High definition LCD monitor OEV261H 1. Align the LCD monitor mount mounting screw holes on the rear of the instrument with the mounting screw holes on the LCD monitor mount (see upper figure). 2. Fix the monitor onto the LCD monitor mount using the six screws provided with the monitor. • Ensure that the monitor is fixed firmly to the LCD monitor mount. Otherwise, the monitor may drop and cause injury to the operator or damage the monitor. • Use a monitor mount with sufficient load resistance to support the weight of the monitor. If the monitor falls, patient or operator injury and/or equipment damage may result. • Do not use screws other than those provided with the LCD monitor. Otherwise, the monitor cannot be fixed firmly to the LCD monitor mount and the monitor may drop, causing injury to the operator or damage the LCD monitor. • Do not install the monitor on mobile workstations other than those listed in this instruction manual. Otherwise, the mobile workstation may tip, injury to the operator or damage of the monitor/equipment on the mobile workstation may result. 100 × 100 mm Screw hole for attaching LCD arm (for VESA) 100 × 200 mm Screw hole for attaching LCD arm (for WVESA)
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Chapter 3 Installation and Connection 23 High definition LCD monitor OEV261H 3.2 Installing the AC adapter Keep fluids away from the AC adapter. Failure to do so may place the patient and medical personnel in danger of an electric shock. Install the AC adapter in the level position in a dry and stable location. • Install this instrument in a stable location. Otherwise, the instrument may fall. This may cause operator injury and may damage the instrument. • Do not install this instrument in vertical position. Otherwise, the fluid or dust is into this instrument, fire or an electric shock may result. • This instrument may become hot after an extended period of operation. Do not place heat-sensitive material near this instrument. Level position: correct Vertical position: incorrect
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24 Chapter 3 Installation and Connection High definition LCD monitor OEV261H 3.3 Connection to an AC mains power supply Use only a grounded wall mains outlet when connecting the monitor. Failure to do so may cause an electric shock or fire. • Do not allow the power cord to become wet. A wet power cord may cause an electric shock. • Confirm that the wall mains outlet or the mobile workstation has adequate electrical capacity. Failure to do so may cause fire or power fluctuation. • Use of a power supply with insufficient electrical capacities may cause malfunction of the equipment. • Be sure to connect the power plug securely. Otherwise, the equipment will not function. • Do not bend, pull or twist the power cord. An electric shock, equipment damage or fire can result. • Be sure to use the supplied AC adapter. Do not use the supplied AC adapter for powering other devices. The equipment may fail or the power cord may burn. 1. Connect the power cord to the AC IN terminal on the AC adapter (see Figure 3.1). Use the supplied screw (for securing power cord) and the power cord hook to secure the power cord to the AC adapter. Figure 3.1 Power cord hook Screw
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Chapter 3 Installation and Connection 25 High definition LCD monitor OEV261H 2. Slide the supplied DC cord into the DC OUT terminal on the AC adapter until it is locked in place (see Figure 3.2). Figure 3.2 3. Slide the DC cord into the DC IN terminal on the monitor until it locks in place (see Figure 3.3). Figure 3.3 4. Connect the power cord to the wall mains outlet. The power cord supplied with this should be connected to the wall mains outlet or mobile workstation.
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26 Chapter 4 Inspection and Setup Before Use High definition LCD monitor OEV261H Chapter 4 Inspection and Setup Before Use Before using the monitor, be sure to inspect and set it up as described in this chapter. Also inspect the ancillary equipment to be used in combination with this monitor as described in the instruction manuals for the equipment. If any irregularity is suspected with the monitor, do not use it and take remedial actions as described in Chapter 10, “Troubleshooting”. If this cannot restore the normal operation, contact Olympus. Using the LCD monitor (OEV261H) while an irregularity is suspected does not only result in malfunction but may also cause an electric shock, injury and/or fire. Inspect the monitor and ancillary equipment according to the purpose of use by referring to the “System chart” in Appendix. For the inspection, observe the following sections and also refer to the instruction manuals for the ancillary equipment. 4.1 Power supply Inspecting the power supply Confirm that the monitor can be turned On as described on Section 2.2, “Front panel” on page 15 and Section 2.4, “AC adapter” on page 19. The POWER LED should light up in green. When the monitor does not power On, check the equipment as follows; • Confirm that the power cord and DC cord are connected as described in the instructions Section 3.3, “Connection to an AC mains power supply” on page 24.
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Chapter 4 Inspection and Setup Before Use 27 High definition LCD monitor OEV261H 4.2 Inspection of the displayed image Before using high-frequency electrosurgical equipment, be sure to install and connect the equipment according to its instruction manual and make sure that the noise does not affect the observation and surgical procedures. If high-frequency electrosurgical equipment is used without such confirmation, patient injury may result. 1. Connect the required ancillary equipment as described in Chapter 3, “Installation and Connection”, turn all the ancillary equipment On, and confirm that the monitor displays an image. 2. Observe the palm of a hand, for example, with the endoscope and confirm that the endoscopic image is normal. 3. Confirm that there are no cracks in the LCD panel.
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28 Chapter 5 Screen Menu and Operation of Front Panel High definition LCD monitor OEV261H Chapter 5 Screen Menu and Operation of Front Panel 5.1 PRESET button Previously recorded Olympus settings or user original settings can be loaded, and user original settings can be saved. Load of recorded settings Use to select (LOAD tab) in the tabs and press to open the FILE LOAD submenu to load the recorded settings. Use to move the cursor up, down, left, and right. Pressing when the cursor is at the top changes the cursor back to the tab selection. ∗ z: Displays confirmed preset. ∗ White characters: Displays selected preset value.
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Chapter 5 Screen Menu and Operation of Front Panel 29 High definition LCD monitor OEV261H  Operation 1. Press [Enter] and a confirmation menu appears on the monitor. 2. Use to move the cursor. Select [YES] and press [ENTER] to load the selected settings; the FILE LOAD submenu reappears. Select [NO] and press [ENTER] or [PRESET] to cancel; the FILE LOAD submenu reappears.  PRESET settings ∗ To exit the PRESET menu, either press the PRESET button again or wait for 10 seconds. ∗ When the control lock is engaged, the key mark appears on the monitor and operation is disabled. Device connected to the monitor Setting value Video system center CV-180 PRESET F Video system center CV-260SL, CV-260 (A), CV-260 (B), CV-165, CV-160, CV-145, Endoscopic ultrasound center EU-ME1, EU-M2000/M60, EU-C2000/C60, or EU-M30S PRESET G Video system center OTV-S7Pro, OTV-S7V∗1 Camera control unit OTV-SP1C∗1 , OTV-SP1C-G∗1 Video system OTV-SI∗1, OTV-SC∗1 PRESET H It does not use PRESET A – E, I, J ∗1: Need to change the setting of input terminal.
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30 Chapter 5 Screen Menu and Operation of Front Panel High definition LCD monitor OEV261H PRESET A PRESET B PRESET C INPUT CONFIG Video/Y/C AUTO AUTO AUTO RGB/YPBPR RGB-VIDEO RGB-VIDEO RGB-VIDEO SELECT SYNC AUTO AUTO AUTO COMP. RGB SQUARE SQUARE SQUARE HD15 SQUARE SQUARE SQUARE DVI-D1 DVI-COMP. DVI-COMP. DVI-COMP. DVI-D2 DVI-VIDEO DVI-VIDEO DVI-VIDEO VIDEO CONFIG BACKLIGHT 50 50 50 COLOR TEMP. D93 D93 D65 COLOR MODE of each input terminal VIDEO 1-A 1-B 2-A Y/C 1-A 1-B 2-A RGB/YPBPR 1-A 1-B 2-A HD15 6-A 6-A 6-A SDI1 1-A 1-B 2-A SDI2 1-A 1-B 2-A DVI-D1 6-A 6-A 6-A DVI-D2 1-A 1-B 2-A SYSTEM CONFIG MENU POSITION STATUS DISPLAY 3SEC OFF 3SEC OFF 3SEC OFF POWER ON SETUP LAST LAST LAST POWER SAVE MODE OFF OFF OFF LANGUAGE LOGO ON ON ON FUNCTION FUNCTION1 PORT A GAMMA SELECT PORT A GAMMA SELECT PORT A GAMMA SELECT FUNCTION2 PORT B GAMMA SELECT PORT B GAMMA SELECT PORT B GAMMA SELECT FUNCTION DISPLAY ON2 ON2 ON2 WINDOW CONFIG PIP PORT A DISPLAY MODE 4:3 4:3 5:4 PORT B DISPLAY MODE NORMAL NORMAL 43 DISPLAY POSITION POP PORT A DISPLAY MODE 4:3 4:3 5:4 PORT B DISPLAY MODE NORMAL NORMAL 4:3 DISPLAY POSITION MODE1 MODE1 MODE1 DISPLAY PATTERN PORT A PORT A PORT A SQUARE PATTERN MODE1 MODE1 MODE1 REMOTE CONFIG GPI CONTROL ENABLE ENABLE DISABLE GPI1 PORT A INPUT VIDEO UNDEF PORT A INPUT SDI1 GPI2 PORT A INPUT Y/C PORT A INPUT RGB/YPBPR PORT A INPUT RGB/YPBPR GPI3 PORT A INPUT RGB/YPBPR PORT A INPUT VIDEO PORT A INPUT VIDEO GPI4 UNDEF PORT A INPUT Y/C PORT A INPUT Y/C GPI5 UNDEF UNDEF UNDEF GPI6 UNDEF UNDEF UNDEF GPI7 UNDEF UNDEF UNDEF GPI8 UNDEF UNDEF UNDEF CONTROL CONTROL LOCK ON ON ON FRONT LOCK MENU MENU MENU INPUT PORT A RGB RGB SDI1 PORT B Y/C Y/C RGB
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Chapter 5 Screen Menu and Operation of Front Panel 31 High definition LCD monitor OEV261H PRESET D PRESET E PRESET F INPUT CONFIG Video/Y/C AUTO AUTO AUTO RGB/YPBPR RGB-VIDEO RGB-VIDEO RGB-VIDEO SELECT SYNC AUTO AUTO AUTO COMP. RGB SQUARE SQUARE SQUARE HD15 SQUARE SQUARE SQUARE DVI-D1 DVI-COMP. DVI-COMP. DVI-COMP. DVI-D2 DVI-VIDEO DVI-VIDEO DVI-VIDEO VIDEO CONFIG BACKLIGHT 50 50 50 COLOR TEMP. D93 D65 D65 COLOR MODE of each input terminal VIDEO 8-A 8-A 2-A Y/C 8-A 8-A 2-A RGB/YPBPR 8-A 8-A 2-A HD15 6-A 6-A 6-A SDI1 8-A 8-A 2-A SDI2 8-A 8-A 2-A DVI-D1 6-A 6-A 6-A DVI-D2 8-A 8-A 2-A SYSTEM CONFIG MENU POSITION STATUS DISPLAY 3SEC OFF 3SEC OFF 3SEC OFF POWER ON SETUP LAST LAST LAST POWER SAVE MODE OFF OFF OFF LANGUAGE ENGLISH LOGO ON ON ON FUNCTION FUNCTION1 PORT A GAMMA SELECT PORT A GAMMA SELECT PORT A GAMMA SELECT FUNCTION2 PORT B GAMMA SELECT PORT B GAMMA SELECT PORT B GAMMA SELECT FUNCTION DISPLAY ON2 ON2 ON2 WINDOW CONFIG PIP PORT A DISPLAY MODE NORMAL 5:4 5:4 PORT B DISPLAY MODE 4:3 SQUARE 5:4 DISPLAY POSITION POP PORT A DISPLAY MODE NORMAL 5:4 5:4 PORT B DISPLAY MODE 4:3 SQUARE 5:4 DISPLAY POSITION MODE1 MODE1 MODE1 DISPLAY PATTERN PORT A PORT A PORT A SQUARE PATTERN MODE1 MODE1 MODE1 REMOTE CONFIG GPI CONTROL ENABLE DISABLE ENABLE GPI1 PORT A INPUT VIDEO PORT A INPUT SDI1 PORT A INPUT SDI1 GPI2 PORT A INPUT Y/C PORT A INPUT RGB/YPBPR PORT A INPUT RGB/YPBPR GPI3 PORT A INPUT RGB/YPBPR PORT A INPUT VIDEO PORT A INPUT VIDEO GPI4 UNDEF PORT A INPUT Y/C PORT A INPUT Y/C GPI5 UNDEF UNDEF UNDEF GPI6 UNDEF UNDEF UNDEF GPI7 UNDEF UNDEF UNDEF GPI8 UNDEF UNDEF UNDEF CONTROL CONTROL LOCK ON ON ON FRONT LOCK MENU MENU MENU INPUT PORT A SDI1 SDI1 SDI1 PORT B RGB SDI2 DVI-D1
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32 Chapter 5 Screen Menu and Operation of Front Panel High definition LCD monitor OEV261H PRESET G PRESET H PRESET I INPUT CONFIG Video/Y/C AUTO AUTO AUTO RGB/YPBPR RGB-VIDEO RGB-VIDEO RGB-VIDEO SELECT SYNC AUTO AUTO AUTO COMP. RGB SQUARE SQUARE SQUARE HD15 SQUARE SQUARE SQUARE DVI-D1 DVI-COMP. DVI-COMP. DVI-COMP. DVI-D2 DVI-VIDEO DVI-VIDEO DVI-VIDEO VIDEO CONFIG BACKLIGHT 50 50 50 COLOR TEMP. D65 D65 D65 COLOR MODE of each input terminal VIDEO 1-A 2-A 8-A Y/C 1-A 2-A 8-A RGB/YPBPR 1-A 2-A 8-A HD15 6-A 6-A 6-A SDI1 1-A 2-A 8-A SDI2 1-A 2-A 8-A DVI-D1 6-A 6-A 6-A DVI-D2 1-A 2-A 8-A SYSTEM CONFIG MENU POSITION STATUS DISPLAY 3SEC OFF 3SEC OFF 3SEC OFF POWER ON SETUP LAST LAST LAST POWER SAVE MODE OFF OFF OFF LANGUAGE ENGLISH ENGLISH ENGLISH LOGO ON ON ON FUNCTION FUNCTION1 PORT A GAMMA SELECT PORT A GAMMA SELECT PORT A GAMMA SELECT FUNCTION2 PORT B GAMMA SELECT PORT B GAMMA SELECT PORT B GAMMA SELECT FUNCTION DISPLAY ON2 ON2 ON2 WINDOW CONFIG PIP PORT A DISPLAY MODE 4:3 5:4 NORMAL PORT B DISPLAY MODE 5:4 5:4 5:4 DISPLAY POSITION POP PORT A DISPLAY MODE 4:3 5:4 NORMAL PORT B DISPLAY MODE 5:4 5:4 5:4 DISPLAY POSITION MODE1 MODE1 MODE1 DISPLAY PATTERN PORT A PORT A PORT A SQUARE PATTERN MODE1 MODE1 MODE1 REMOTE CONFIG GPI CONTROL ENABLE DISABLE DISABLE GPI1 PORT A INPUT VIDEO PORT A INPUT SDI1 PORT A INPUT VIDEO GPI2 PORT A INPUT Y/C PORT A INPUT RGB/YPBPR PORT A INPUT Y/C GPI3 PORT A INPUT RGB/YPBPR PORT A INPUT VIDEO PORT A INPUT RGB/YPBPR GPI4 UNDEF PORT A INPUT Y/C UNDEF GPI5 UNDEF UNDEF UNDEF GPI6 UNDEF UNDEF UNDEF GPI7 UNDEF UNDEF UNDEF GPI8 UNDEF UNDEF UNDEF CONTROL CONTROL LOCK ON ON ON FRONT LOCK MENU MENU MENU INPUT PORT A RGB SDI1 SDI1 PORT B DVI-D1 SDI2 DVI-D1
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Chapter 5 Screen Menu and Operation of Front Panel 33 High definition LCD monitor OEV261H PRESET J INPUT CONFIG Video/Y/C AUTO RGB/YPBPR RGB-VIDEO SELECT SYNC AUTO COMP. RGB SQUARE HD15 SQUARE DVI-D1 DVI-COMP. DVI-D2 DVI-VIDEO VIDEO CONFIG BACKLIGHT 50 COLOR TEMP. D65 COLOR MODE of each input terminal VIDEO 8-A Y/C 8-A RGB/YPBPR 8-A HD15 6-A SDI1 8-A SDI2 8-A DVI-D1 6-A DVI-D2 8-A SYSTEM CONFIG MENU POSITION STATUS DISPLAY 3SEC OFF POWER ON SETUP LAST POWER SAVE MODE OFF LANGUAGE ENGLISH LOGO ON FUNCTION FUNCTION1 PORT A GAMMA SELECT FUNCTION2 PORT B GAMMA SELECT FUNCTION DISPLAY ON2 WINDOW CONFIG PIP PORT A DISPLAY MODE 5:4 PORT B DISPLAY MODE SQUARE DISPLAY POSITION POP PORT A DISPLAY MODE 5:4 PORT B DISPLAY MODE SQUARE DISPLAY POSITION MODE1 DISPLAY PATTERN PORT A SQUARE PATTERN MODE1 REMOTE CONFIG GPI CONTROL DISABLE GPI1 PORT A INPUT SDI1 GPI2 PORT A INPUT RGB/YPBPR GPI3 PORT A INPUT VIDEO GPI4 PORT A INPUT Y/C GPI5 UNDEF GPI6 UNDEF GPI7 UNDEF GPI8 UNDEF CONTROL CONTROL LOCK ON FRONT LOCK MENU INPUT PORT A SDI1 PORT B SDI2
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34 Chapter 5 Screen Menu and Operation of Front Panel High definition LCD monitor OEV261H Save the user original settings Use to select (SAVE tab) in the tabs and press to open the FILE SAVE submenu to save the user original settings. Use to move the cursor up, down, left, and right. Pressing when the cursor is at the top changes the cursor back to the tab selection.  Operation 1. Press [Enter] and a confirmation menu appears on the monitor. 2. Use to move the cursor. Select [YES] and press [ENTER] to save the user original settings; the FILE SAVE submenu reappears. Select [NO] and press [ENTER] or [PRESET] to cancel; the FILE SAVE submenu reappears. ∗ z: Displays confirmed preset. ∗ White characters: Displays selected preset value.
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Chapter 5 Screen Menu and Operation of Front Panel 35 High definition LCD monitor OEV261H 5.2 INPUT button The input terminal for PORT A and PORT B signals can be selected. Use to move the cursor up, down, left, and right. ∗ To exit the PRESET menu, either press the PRESET button again or wait for 10 seconds. ∗ When the control lock is engaged, the key mark appears on the monitor and operation is disabled.
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36 Chapter 5 Screen Menu and Operation of Front Panel High definition LCD monitor OEV261H  Operation 1. Press [INPUT] to select the input terminal, and INPUT menu disappears. 2. Press [MENU] to adjust the value of selected input terminal. Refer to Section 6.5, “VIDEO INPUT” on page 51. 5.3 MENU button Various settings of the monitor can be adjusted. Use to select a tab. Select the tab you want to set, and then press to move the cursor to the first item in the submenu to set a submenu. Refer to Chapter 6, “Submenu Operations”. ∗ z: Displays confirmed input signal. ∗ White characters: Displays selected preset value. ∗ As soon as the INPUT button is pressed, the indication for the PORT input terminal whose video is currently displayed appears in white in single screen display. In dual screen display, the indication for the PORT A input terminal appears in white. ∗ Using to switch PORT will display selected input terminal in white. ∗ To exit the INPUT menu, either press the INPUT button again or wait for 10 seconds. ∗ PORT operations are disabled when the input terminal is controlled by GPI. PORTs controlled by GPI are displayed in gray. ∗ When the control lock is engaged, the key mark appears and operation is disabled. ∗ To exit the MENU, either press the MENU button again or wait for 120 seconds.
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Chapter 5 Screen Menu and Operation of Front Panel 37 High definition LCD monitor OEV261H ∗ For a list of the items in the MENU, refer to the following.
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38 Chapter 5 Screen Menu and Operation of Front Panel High definition LCD monitor OEV261H 5.4 PIP button Switches from the normal screen, dual PIP screen and PIP mode. Example showing operation each time the PIP button is pressed The display changes in the following order when the PIP button is pressed. (1) shows only the PORT A image. (2) and (3) shows an enlarged view of the PORT A image. (4) and (5) shows an enlarged view of the PORT B image. (6) shows only the PORT B image. ∗ The status display can be set to “CONTINUE,” “3SEC OFF,” or “OFF” in PIP screen mode. ∗ PIP button operation is disabled when PRESET, INPUT, and MENU screens are displayed. ∗ If the monitor is shut down during PIP operation and the POWER ON SETUP setting is set to LAST, the status prevailing at shutdown is stored in memory. ∗ PIP button operations are disabled when the FLIP button is used. ∗ When the control lock is engaged, the key mark appears and operation is disabled. ∗ An example showing the PIP DISPLAY POSITION at (the top right of the screen). (1) → (2) → (3) → (4) → (5) → (6 ) → (1) → .....
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Chapter 5 Screen Menu and Operation of Front Panel 39 High definition LCD monitor OEV261H 5.5 POP button Switches from the normal display to the dual POP screen and to POP mode. Example showing operation when the POP button is pressed The display changes in the following order each time the POP button is pressed. (1) shows only the PORT A image. (2) shows an enlarged view of the PORT A image. (3) shows the PORT A and B images at equal size. (4) shows an enlarged view of the PORT B image. (5) shows only the PORT B image. ∗ The status display can be set to “CONTINUE,” “3SEC OFF,” or “OFF” in POP screen mode. ∗ POP button operation is disabled when PRESET, INPUT, and MENU screens are displayed. ∗ If the monitor is shut down during POP operation and the POWER ON SETUP setting is set to LAST, the status prevailing at shutdown is stored in memory. ∗ POP button operations are disabled when the FLIP button is used. ∗ When the control lock is engaged, the key mark appears and operation is disabled. ∗ An example of POP DISPLAY POSITION in MODE1. (1) → (2) → (3) → (4) → (5) → (1) → .....
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40 Chapter 5 Screen Menu and Operation of Front Panel High definition LCD monitor OEV261H 5.6 SCAN button The single screen display and the large screen in PIP mode can be magnified. Refer to “SCAN SIZE screen mode” on page 61. 5.7 FUNCTION buttons (F1, F2/ENTER) Items assigned to the FUNCTION buttons appear when these buttons are pressed. To confirm items assigned to the FUNCTION buttons, press these buttons again. Refer to Section 6.7, “FUNCTION” on page 64. ∗ The display changes in the following; SD image: OFF → MODE1 → MODE2 → OFF... HD image: OFF → MODE3 → MODE4 → MODE5 → MODE6 → MODE7 → OFF... ∗ The screen closes automatically two seconds after the last FUNCTION operation. ∗ This screen always appears in the same location. ∗ When the control lock is engaged, the key mark appears on the monitor and operation is disabled. ∗1: Function Name: Indicates the name of a function. Select display or hide. ∗2: Function Status: Shows the status of the selected function.
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Chapter 5 Screen Menu and Operation of Front Panel 41 High definition LCD monitor OEV261H 5.8 Status display This screen appears when the power is turned On, input terminals are changed, formats are switched, and when the MENU, FUNCTION, PRESET, and INPUT displays are closed.  Single screen display The first line displays the name of the input terminal of currently displayed video. The second line displays signal format. The third line displays FLIP and control lock status.  Dual screen display • The first line displays the names of the input terminals for both PORT A and B. The second line displays signal format. The third line displays PIP, POP and control lock status.
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42 Chapter 5 Screen Menu and Operation of Front Panel High definition LCD monitor OEV261H • When the right and left images trade places, the input PORT and signal display follow suit. • Status display of an enlarged view appears at top left of the screen during PIP operation. • Select one of the following display periods. − CONTINUE − 3 SEC OFF − OFF However, FLIP status is always displayed. Table 5.1 shows the signal format and display on the monitor. • “UNSUPPOTRT SIGNAL” appears if an unsupported signal is input. It may also indicate that the format selected in the “INPUT CONFIG” menu does not match the input signal. • “NO SIGNAL” appears if no signal is input. • “UNSUPPORT SIGNAL” and “NO SIGNAL” may not be properly displayed. : Upside-down image : Reversed image
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Chapter 5 Screen Menu and Operation of Front Panel 43 High definition LCD monitor OEV261H When signals other than the above mentioned are input, “UNSUPPORT SIGNAL” is displayed. Input terminal Signal format Display VIDEO/ Y/C SDI1/SDI 2 YPBPR RGB RGB-CO MP./HD15 DVI-D1/D VI-D2 (VIDEO signal) DVI-D1/D VI-D2 (PC signal) NTSC NTSC { PAL PAL { 480/59.94i 480/59.94i { { { 480/59.94p 480/59.94p { { { 576/50i 576/50i { { { 576/50p 576/50p { { { 720/59.94p 720/59.94p { { { { 720/60p 720/60p { { { { 1080/50i 1080/50i { { { { 1080/50p 1080/50p { { 1080/59.94i 1080/59.94i { { { { 1080/60i 1080/60i { { { { 1080/59.94p 1080/59.94p { { 1080/60p 1080/60p { { VGA: 640 × 480 (60 Hz) 640 × 480 (60 Hz) { { SVGA: 800 × 600 (60 Hz) 800 × 600 (60 Hz) { { XGA: 1024 × 768 (60 Hz) 1024 × 768 (60 Hz) { { WXGA: 1280 × 768 (60 Hz) 1280 × 768 (60 Hz) { { SXGA: 1280 × 1024 (60 Hz) 1280 × 1024 (60 Hz) { { UXGA: 1600 × 1200 (60 Hz) 1600 × 1200 (60 Hz) { { WUXGA: 1920 × 1200 (60 Hz) 1920 × 1200 (60 Hz) {∗1 { Table 5.1 ∗1: Only compatible with VESA (Video Electronics Standards Association) Reduced Blanking (Clock: 154 MHz, Hsync: positive logic, Vsync: negative logic).
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44 Chapter 6 Submenu Operations High definition LCD monitor OEV261H Chapter 6 Submenu Operations 6.1 INPUT CONFIG Use to select (INPUT tab) in the tabs and press to open the INPUT CONFIG submenu to make the desired settings. Use to move the cursor up and down. Pressing when the cursor is at the top changes the cursor back to the tab selection. Pressing when the cursor is at the bottom moves the cursor to the top. Subsequent operations differ, depending on the selected submenu item. Selecting an item for which a value has been set 1. Press [ENTER] and the set submenu setting turns green. 2. Use to change the set value. Use [ENTER] to confirm the change; the submenu selection screen reappears. Use [MENU] to cancel the change; the submenu selection screen reappears.
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Chapter 6 Submenu Operations 45 High definition LCD monitor OEV261H Selecting an item where appears in the value field A list of additional submenus appears. Submenu Description VIDEO/ Y/C Selects the format of signals input to the VIDEO, Y and C input terminals. • AUTO Automatically selects NTSC or PAL. • NTSC Selects NTSC. • PAL Selects PAL. RGB/YPBPR Selects RGB or YPBPR input. • YPBPR Selects the YPBPR signal. • RGB-VIDEO Selects the video RGB signal. • RGB-COMP. Selects the COMP. RGB signal. SELECT SYNC Selects the synchronizing signal when using YPBPR and RGB-VIDEO input. • AUTO Automatically detects the synchronizing signal (G-ON has priority) • INT Selects the synchronizing signal superimposed on the Y signal for YPBPR input and the synchronizing signal superimposed on the G signal for RGB-VIDEO input. • EXT External synchronization When GPI of EXT is enabled and the item is assigned, the item appears gray to indicate that selection is disabled and the set GPI value appears. COMP. Sets up a connection to a computer (COMP.). ∗ Enabled only for RGB-COMP. and HD15 inputs. Switches between values set for each input terminal. ∗ Enabled only during one screen display in PC input. Select and press [ENTER] to open the COMP. submenu (page 46). RGB Switches between the WIDE and normal screen for RGB-COMP. signal of RGB-input-terminal. • WIDE Shows the WIDE screen. • SQUARE Shows the normal screen. HD15 Switches between the WIDE and normal screen for signal of the HD15-input-terminal. • WIDE Shows the WIDE screen. • SQUARE Shows the normal screen. DVI-D1 Selects the format of signals input to the DVI-D1 input terminal. • DVI-VIDEO Selects component input. • DVI-COMP. Selects COMP. input. DVI-D2 Selects the format of signals input to the DVI-D2 input terminal. • DVI-VIDEO Selects component input. • DVI-COMP. Selects COMP. input. Fiber adapter is connected to this DVI-D2 terminal.
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46 Chapter 6 Submenu Operations High definition LCD monitor OEV261H 6.2 COMP. Selecting COMP. in INPUT CONFIG submenu opens the following menu. Use to move the cursor up and down. Pressing when the cursor is at the top changes the cursor back to the tab selection. Pressing when the cursor is at the bottom moves the cursor to the top. Operation 1. Use to select a set item and press or [ENTER]. 2. Use to change the set value. Use [ENTER] to confirm the change; the submenu selection screen reappears. Use [MENU] to cancel the change; the submenu selection screen reappears. ∗ This menu is enabled only in single screen display during COMP. input. ∗ These settings are used for each RGB-COMP. and HD15 input terminal.
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Chapter 6 Submenu Operations 47 High definition LCD monitor OEV261H Submenu Description AUTOSETUP∗1 Performs auto screen setup when RGB-COMP. or HD15 is selected. Select AUTOSETUP and press [ENTER] to open a confirmation screen. Select YES and press [ENTER] to start AUTOSETUP. H POSITION Adjusts the image display position in the horizontal direction. Adjustments can be made to each format compatible with COMP. input.∗2 • 0 – 30 – 60 V POSITION Adjusts the image display position in the vertical direction. Adjustments can be made to each format compatible with COMP. input.∗2 • 0 – 30 – 60 PHASE Adjusts the clock phase in 1/32 clock-period increments. Adjustments can be made to each format compatible with COMP. input.∗2 • 0 – 16 – 31 CLOCK∗3 Adjusts the sampling clock in dot units. Adjustments can be made to each format compatible with COMP. input.∗2 • 700 – 2200 Default value: Depends on signal format RESET Returns the H/V POSITION, PHASE and CLOCK to the factory default settings for currently displayed COMP. input format. Select RESET and press [ENTER] to open a confirmation screen. Select YES and press [ENTER] to return currently displayed format adjustments to their default values. ∗1: [AUTOSETUP] Use this function when the entire screen area is available for display. “EXECUTING” is displayed during “AUTOSETUP” and “COMPLETE” appears when setup completes. “INCOMPLETE” is displayed if setup could not be completed. AUTOSETUP may not provide adequate adjustment in all cases. Use H POSITION, V POSITION, PHASE and CLOCK to adjust. ∗2: Adjustment is available for compatible input formats, but settings cannot be loaded from and saved to user files. ∗3: “CLOCK” factory default Format CLOCK 640 × 480 (60 Hz) 800 800 × 600 (60 Hz) 1050 1024 × 768 (60 Hz) 1344 1280 × 768 (60 Hz) 1680 1280 × 1024 (60 Hz) 1688 1600 × 1200 (60 Hz) 2160 1920 × 1200 (60 Hz) 2080
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48 Chapter 6 Submenu Operations High definition LCD monitor OEV261H 6.3 VIDEO CONFIG Use to select (VIDEO tab) in the tabs and press to open the VIDEO CONFIG submenu to make the desired settings. The menu items of BACKLIGHT and COLOR TEMP. are settings shared by all video signal input terminals. The remaining menu items are names of video input terminals. Selecting a terminal opens the VIDEO INPUT submenu for that video input terminal. Submenu Description BACKLIGHT Adjusts the brightness of the backlight. • 0 – 50 (default value: 50) COLOR TEMP. Sets the color temperature. • USER∗∗∗1 ...................................... Adjustable settings 0 – 63 (equivalent to a color temperature range of 3000 – 9300 K) • D93 ................................................ equivalent to a color temperature of 9300 K • D65 (default value)......................... equivalent to a color temperature of 6500 K • VAR1: Opens submenu for adjusting WB adjustment mode 1 • VAR2: Opens submenu for adjusting WB adjustment mode 2 • VAR3: Opens submenu for adjusting WB adjustment mode 3 VIDEO Y/C RGB/YPBPR HD15 SDI1 SDI2 DVI-D1 DVI-D2 Set the image quality from the each signal input terminal. See page 51 for a description of a setup procedure. ∗1: To use USER ∗∗ adjustable settings 0 – 63, select USER and press ENTER once so that USER changes to light blue. Then use and to change ∗∗. Press ENTER once more to change USER back to white and confirm the setting.

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