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  • Brand: Sony
  • Product: Monitor
  • Model/name: LMD-3251MT
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Table of Contents

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LCD Monitor
Instructions for Use
Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly
and retain it for future reference.
LMD-3251MT
4-464-721-13(1)
© 2013 Sony Corporation
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Owner’s Record
The model and serial numbers are located at the rear.
Record these numbers in the spaces provided below.
Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your
Sony dealer regarding this product.
Model No. ____________________
Serial No. ____________________
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do
not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.
To avoid electrical shock, do not open the
cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel
only.
No modification of this apparatus is allowed.
WARNING
THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED.
WARNING
To disconnect the main power, unplug the AC plug.
When installing the unit, incorporate a readily
accessible disconnect device in the fixed wiring, or
connect the power plug to an easily accessible socket-
outlet near the unit. If a fault should occur during
operation of the unit, operate the disconnect device to
switch the power supply off, or disconnect the power
plug.
CAUTION
This LCD monitor should only be used with a specified
monitor stand. For information on suitable stands, refer
to "Specifications." Installation of the LCD monitor on
any other stand may result in instability, possibly
leading to injury.
WARNING:
Using this unit at a voltage other than 120 V may require
the use of a different line cord or attachment plug, or
both. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, refer
servicing to qualified service personnel.
CAUTION
The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or
splashing. No objects filled with liquids, such as vases,
shall be placed on the apparatus.
Do not install the appliance in a confined space, such as
book case or built-in cabinet.
CAUTION
The unit is not disconnected from the AC power source
(mains) as long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even
if the unit itself has been turned off.
WARNING
Make sure the surface is wide enough so that this
apparatus’s width and depth don’t exceed the surface’s
edges.
If not, this apparatus may lean or fall over and cause an
injury.
Consult with Sony qualified personnel for mounting
arm, wall or ceiling mount installation.
Indications for Use/Intended Use
The Sony LMD-3251MT LCD Monitor is intended to
provide 3D and 2D color video displays of images from
surgical endoscopic/laparoscopic camera systems and
other compatible medical imaging systems. The LMD-
3251MT is a widescreen, high-definition, medical grade
monitor for real-time use during minimally invasive
surgical procedures and is suitable for use in hospital
operating rooms, surgical centers, clinics, doctors’
offices and similar medical environments.
For the customers in the U.S.A.
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.
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not
expressly approved in this manual could void your
authority to operate this equipment.
All interface cables used to connect peripherals must be
shielded in order to comply with the limits for a digital
device pursuant to Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC Rules.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)
this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2)
this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
For the customers in Europe
This product has been manufactured by or on behalf of
Sony Corporation, 1-7-1 Konan Minato-ku Tokyo, 108-
0075 Japan. Inquiries related to product compliance
based on European Union legislation shall be addressed
to the authorized representative, Sony Deutschland
GmbH, Hedelfinger Strasse 61, 70327 Stuttgart,
Germany. For any service or guarantee matters, please
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refer to the addresses provided in the separate service or
guarantee documents.
Symbols on the unit
This symbol is located on the rear of the unit.
See page 22 of these instructions for details
about how to attach the connector cover.
Refer to the operating instructions
Follow the directions in the operating
instructions for parts of the unit on which this
mark appears.
This symbol indicates the manufacturer, and
appears next to the manufacturer’s name and
address.
Caution
When you dispose of the unit or accessories, you must
obey the laws in the relative area or country and the
regulations in the relative hospital.
WARNING on power connection
Use a proper power cord for your local power supply.
1. Use the approved Power Cord (3-core mains lead) /
Appliance Connector / Plug with earthing-contacts
that conforms to the safety regulations of each
country if applicable.
2. Use the Power Cord (3-core mains lead) / Appliance
Connector / Plug conforming to the proper ratings
(Voltage, Ampere).
If you have questions on the use of the above Power
Cord / Appliance Connector / Plug, please consult a
qualified service personnel.
WARNING on power connection for medical
use
Please use the following power supply cord. With
connectors (plug or female) and cord types other than
those indicated in this table, use the power supply cord
that is approved for use in your area.
*Note: Grounding reliability can only be achieved when the
equipment is connected to an equivalent receptacle marked ‘Hospital
Only’ or ‘Hospital Grade’.
For the customers in Canada
CAN ICES-3 (A)/NMB-3(A)
This unit has been certified according to Standard CAN/
CSA-C22.2 No.60601-1.
For the customers in the U.S.A and Canada
When you use this product connected to 240 V single
phase, be sure to connect this product to a center tapped
circuit.
Important safeguards/notices for use in the
medical environments
1. All the equipments connected to this unit shall be
certified according to Standard IEC60601-1,
IEC60950-1, IEC60065 or other IEC/ISO Standards
applicable to the equipments.
2. Furthermore all configurations shall comply with the
system standard IEC60601-1-1.
Everybody who connects additional equipment to
the signal input part or signal output part configures
a medical system, and is therefore, responsible that
the system complies with the requirements of the
system standard IEC60601-1-1.
If in doubt, consult the qualified service personnel.
3. The leakage current could increase when connected
to other equipment.
Symbol Location This symbol indicates
Bottom Power switch.
Press to turn the monitor
on.
Bottom Power switch.
Press to turn the monitor
off.
Side The equipotential
terminal which brings the
various parts of a system
to the same potential.
Side Functional earth terminal
-
Front Key inhibit
The setting are locked so
that they cannot be
changed.
United States and Canada
Plug Type HOSPITAL GRADE*
Cord Type Min. Type SJT
Min. 18 AWG
Minimum Rating
for Plug and
Appliance
Couplers
10A/125V
Safety Approval UL Listed and CSA
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4. For this particular equipment, all accessory
equipment connected as noted above, must be
connected to mains via an additional isolation
transformer conforming with the construction
requirements of IEC60601-1 and providing at least
Basic Insulation.
5. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy. If it is not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, it may cause
interference to other equipment. If this unit causes
interference (which can be determined by
unplugging the power cord from the unit), try these
measures: Relocate the unit with respect to the
susceptible equipment. Plug this unit and the
susceptible equipment into different branch circuit.
Consult your dealer. (According to standard EN60601-
1-2 and CISPR11, Class B, Group 1)
6. Model LMD-3251MT is a monitor intended for use
in a medical environment to display pictures from
cameras or other systems, other than diagnostic X-
ray equipment.
Important EMC notices for use in the
medical environments
• The LMD-3251MT needs special precautions
regarding EMC and needs to be installed and put into
service according to the EMC information provided in
this instructions for use.
• The portable and mobile RF communications
equipment such as cellular phones can affect the
LMD-3251MT.
Warning
The use of accessories and cables other than those
specified, with the exception of replacement parts sold
by Sony Corporation, may result in increased emissions
or decreased immunity of the LMD-3251MT.
Warning
If the LMD-3251MT should be used adjacent to or
stacked with other equipment, it should be observed to
verify normal operation in the configuration in which
it will be used.
Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration-electromagnetic emissions
The LMD-3251MT is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below.
The customer or the user of the LMD-3251MT should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Emission test Compliance Electromagnetic environment-guidance
RF emissions
CISPR 11
Group 1
The LMD-3251MT uses RF energy only for its internal
function. Therefore, its RF emissions are very low and are not
likely to cause any interference in nearby electronic equipment.
RF emissions
CISPR 11
Class B
The LMD-3251MT is suitable for use in all establishments,
including domestic establishments and those directly connected
to the public low-voltage power supply network that supplies
buildings used for domestic purposes.
Harmonic emissions
IEC 61000-3-2
Class D
Voltage fluctuations/
flicker emissions
IEC 61000-3-3
Complies
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Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration - electromagnetic immunity
The LMD-3251MT is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or the user of the LMD-
3251MT should assure that it is used in such as environment.
Immunity test
IEC 60601 test
level
Compliance level Electromagnetic environment - guidance
Electrostatic
discharge (ESD)
IEC 61000-4-2
±6 kV contact
±8 kV air
±6 kV contact
±8 kV air
Floors should be wood, concrete or ceramic tile. If floors are
covered with synthetic material, the relative humidity should be
at least 30%.
Electrical fast
transient/burst
IEC 61000-4-4
±2 kV for power
supply lines
±1 kV for input/
output lines
±2 kV for power
supply lines
±1 kV for input/
output lines
Mains power quality should be that of a typical commercial or
hospital environment.
Surge
IEC 61000-4-5
±1 kV differential
mode
±2 kV common
mode
±1 kV differential
mode
±2 kV common
mode
Mains power quality should be that of a typical commercial or
hospital environment.
Voltage dips, short
interruptions and
voltage variations
on power supply
input lines
IEC 61000-4-11
< 5% UT
(> 95% dip in UT)
for 0.5 cycle
40% UT
(60% dip in UT)
for 5 cycles
70% UT
(30% dip in UT)
for 25 cycles
< 5% UT
(> 95% dip in UT)
for 5 sec
< 5% UT
(> 95% dip in UT)
for 0.5 cycle
40% UT
(60% dip in UT)
for 5 cycles
70% UT
(30% dip in UT)
for 25 cycles
< 5% UT
(> 95% dip in UT)
for 5 sec
Mains power quality should be that of a typical commercial or
hospital environment. If the user of the LMD-3251MT requires
continued operation during power mains interruptions, it is
recommended that the LMD-3251MT be powered from an
uninterruptible power supply or a battery.
Power frequency
(50/60Hz)
magnetic field
IEC 61000-4-8
3 A/m 3 A/m Power frequency magnetic fields should be at least characteristic
of a typical location in a typical commercial or hospital
environment.
NOTE: UT is the a.c. mains voltage prior to application of the test level.
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Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration - electromagnetic immunity
The LMD-3251MT is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or the user of the LMD-
3251MT should assure that it is used in such as environment.
Immunity test
IEC 60601 test
level
Compliance level Electromagnetic environment - guidance
Conducted RF
IEC 61000-4-6
Radiated RF
IEC 61000-4-3
3 Vrms
150 kHz to 80 MHz
3 V/m
80 MHz to 2.5 GHz
3 Vrms
3 V/m
Portable and mobile RF communications equipment should be
used no closer to any part of the LMD-3251MT, including cables,
than the recommended separation distance calculated from the
equation appliance to the frequency of the transmitter.
Recommended separation distance
d = 1.2 √P
d = 1.2 √P 80 MHz to 800 MHz
d = 2.3 √P 800 MHz to 2.5 GHz
Where P is the maximum output power rating of the transmitter
in watts (W) according to the transmitter manufacturer and d is
the recommended separation distance in meters (m).
Field strengths from fixed RF transmitters, as determined by an
electromagnetic site survey, a should be less than the compliance
level in each frequency range. b
Interference may occur in the vicinity of equipment marked with
following symbol:
NOTE 1: At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the higher frequency range applies.
NOTE 2: These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by absorption and reflection from
structures, objects and people.
a Field strengths from fixed transmitters, such as base stations for radio (cellular/cordless) telephones and land mobile radios, amateur
radio, AM and FM radio broadcast and TV broadcast cannot be predicted theoretically with accuracy. To assess the electromagnetic
environment due to fixed RF transmitters, an electromagnetic site survey should be considered. If the measured field strength in the
location in which the LMD-3251MT is used exceeds the applicable RF compliance level above, the LMD-3251MT should be
observed to verify normal operation. If abnormal performance is observed, additional measures may be necessary, such as
reorienting or relocating the LMD-3251MT.
b Over the frequency range 150 kHz to 80 MHz, field strengths should be less than 3 V/m.
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Recommended separation distances between portable and mobile RF communications equipment and the LMD-
3251MT
The LMD-3251MT is intended for use in an electromagnetic environment in which radiated RF disturbances are controlled. The
customer or the user of the LMD-3251MT can help prevent electromagnetic interference by maintaining a minimum distance between
portable and mobile RF communications equipment (Transmitters) and the LMD-3251MT as recommended below, according to the
maximum output power of the communications equipment.
Rated maximum output power of transmitter
W
Separation distance according to frequency of transmitter
m
150 kHz to 80 MHz
d = 1.2 √P
80 MHz to 800 MHz
d = 1.2 √P
800 MHz to 2.5 GHz
d = 2.3 √P
0.01 0.12 0.12 0.23
0.1 0.38 0.38 0.73
1 1.2 1.2 2.3
10 3.8 3.8 7.3
100 12 12 23
For transmitters rated a maximum output power not listed above, the recommended separation distance d in meters (m) can be
estimated using the equation applicable to the frequency of the transmitter, where P is the maximum output power rating of the
transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter manufacturer.
NOTE 1: At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the separation distance for the higher frequency range applies.
NOTE 2: These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by absorption and reflection from
structures, objects and people.
For the customers in the U.S.A.
SONY LIMITED WARRANTY - Please visit http://
www.sony.com/psa/warranty for important
information and complete terms and conditions of
Sony’s limited warranty applicable to this product.
For the customers in Canada
SONY LIMITED WARRANTY - Please visit http://
www.sonybiz.ca/solutions/Support.do for important
information and complete terms and conditions of
Sony’s limited warranty applicable to this product.
For the customers in Europe
Sony Professional Solutions Europe - Standard
Warranty and Exceptions on Standard Warranty.
Please visit http://www.pro.sony.eu/warranty for
important information and complete terms and
conditions.
For the customers in Korea
SONY LIMITED WARRANTY - Please visit http://
bpeng.sony.co.kr/handler/BPAS-Start for important
information and complete terms and conditions of
Sony’s limited warranty applicable to this product.
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Table of Contents
Precaution .............................................................. 9
On Safety ............................................................ 9
On Installation .................................................... 9
About the LCD Display Panel ............................ 9
On Burn-in ......................................................... 9
On a Long Period of Use .................................... 9
Handling the 3D Glasses .................................. 10
On Cleaning ..................................................... 10
Disposal of the Unit ......................................... 10
Recommendation to Use more than One
Unit ................................................................. 10
On Repacking ................................................... 10
On Fan Error .................................................... 10
On Moisture Condensation .............................. 10
Precautions for using this unit safely ............... 11
Precautions for connecting this unit with other
medical devices .............................................. 11
On simultaneous use with a radio knife, etc. ... 11
Features ................................................................ 11
Location and Function of Parts and
Controls ................................................................ 14
Front Panel ....................................................... 14
Input Signals and Adjustable/Setting Items ..... 16
Side/Rear Panel ................................................ 18
Connecting the AC Power Cord ......................... 20
Installing the Input Adaptor .............................. 21
Attaching the Provided L/R Labels .................. 21
Removing the Connector Cover ......................... 22
Using the Clip-on-Type 3D Glasses
(BKM-31GM) ...................................................... 22
Selecting the Default Settings ............................. 23
Selecting the Menu Language ............................ 24
Using the Menu .................................................... 25
Loading USER MEMORY ................................. 27
Adjustment Using the Menus ............................. 27
Items ................................................................. 27
Adjusting and Changing the Settings ............... 28
STATUS menu............................................. 28
COLOR TEMP/SPACE menu..................... 29
USER CONTROL menu.............................. 29
USER CONFIG menu.................................. 32
REMOTE menu ........................................... 39
KEY INHIBIT menu.................................... 39
USER MEMORY menu .............................. 40
Saving the user memory............................... 40
Troubleshooting ................................................... 41
Specifications ....................................................... 42
Dimensions ........................................................... 50
3D Viewing Angle (vertical) ................................ 51
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Precaution 9
Precaution
On Safety
• Operate the unit on 100-240 V AC only.
• The nameplate indicating operating voltage, etc. is
located on the AC adaptor.
• Should any solid object or liquid fall into the cabinet,
unplug the unit and have it checked by qualified
personnel before operating it any further.
• Unplug the unit from the wall outlet if it is not to be
used for several days or more.
• To disconnect the AC power cord, pull it out by
grasping the plug. Never pull the cord itself.
• The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment
and shall be easily accessible.
• Do not use the 3D glasses as sunglasses.
• Do not use the 3D glasses as eye protection.
• Do not use the 3D glasses as welding glasses.
• Do not drive while wearing the 3D glasses.
• Take regular breaks between watching 3D video
images.
• Be careful not to pinch your fingers in the hinges of
the 3D glasses when moving the temple frames.
On Installation
• Prevent internal heat build-up allowing adequate air
circulation.
Do not place the unit on surfaces (rugs, blankets, etc.)
or near materials (curtains, draperies) that may block
the ventilation holes.
• Do not install the unit near heat sources such as
radiators or air ducts, or in a place subject to direct
sunlight, excessive dust, mechanical vibration or
shock.
• Do not place the monitor near equipment which
generates magnetism, such as a transformer or high
voltage power lines.
About the LCD Display Panel
• The LCD panel fitted to this unit is manufactured with
high precision technology, giving a functioning pixel
ratio of at least 99.99%. Thus a very small proportion
of pixels may be “stuck”, either always off (black),
always on (red, green, or blue), or flashing. In
addition, over a long period of use, because of the
physical characteristics of the liquid crystal display,
such “stuck” pixels may appear spontaneously. These
problems are not a malfunction.
• Do not leave the LCD screen facing the sun as it can
damage the LCD screen. Take care when you place the
unit by a window.
• Do not push or scratch the LCD monitor’s screen. Do
not place a heavy object on the LCD monitor’s screen.
This may cause the screen to lose uniformity.
• If the unit is used in a cold place, a residual image may
appear on the screen. This is not a malfunction. When
the monitor becomes warm, the screen returns to
normal.
• If the unit is used in a hot place, the screen may
become dark. This is not a malfunction. When the
monitor cools down, the screen returns to normal.
• The screen and the cabinet become warm during
operation. This is not a malfunction.
On Burn-in
For LCD panel, permanent burn-in may occur if still
images are displayed in the same position on the screen
continuously, or repeatedly over extended periods.
Images that may cause burn-in
• Masked images with aspect ratios other than 16:9
• Color bars or images that remain static for a long time
• Character or message displays that indicate settings or
the operating state
To reduce the risk of burn-in
• Turn off the character displays
Press the MENU button to turn off the character
displays. To turn off the character displays of the
connected equipment, operate the connected
equipment accordingly. For details, refer to the
operation manual of the connected equipment.
• Turn off the power when not in use
Turn off the power if the monitor is not to be used for
a prolonged period of time.
On a Long Period of Use
Due to the characteristics of LCD panel, displaying
static images for extended periods, or using the unit
repeatedly in a high temperature/high humidity
environments may cause image smearing, burn-in, areas
of which brightness is permanently changed, lines, or a
decrease in overall brightness.
In particular, continued display of an image smaller than
the monitor screen, such as in a different aspect ratio,
may shorten the life of the unit.
Avoid displaying a still image for an extended period, or
using the unit repeatedly in a high temperature/high
humidity environment such an airtight room, or around
the outlet of an air conditioner.
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Precaution
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To prevent any of the above issues, we recommend
reducing brightness slightly, and to turn off the power
whenever the unit is not in use.
Handling the 3D Glasses
• Do not touch the lens surface of the 3D glasses.
• Do not leave the 3D glasses in ambient high-
temperature, such as near heating equipment or inside
a car.
• Do not put extra pressure on the 3D glasses to avoid
them becoming misshapen.
• Make sure hard accessories or buckles not to touch the
lens surface of 3D glasses while holding or
transporting.
• Avoid wearing the 3D glasses when they are aging,
breaking or being damaged. Tiny scratches on the lens
surface may interfere with your viewing enjoyment.
Laying down or looking away from the screen will
lessen the 3D effect or shifts image colors.
On Cleaning
Before cleaning
Be sure to disconnect the AC power cord from the AC
outlet.
On cleaning the monitor and 3D glasses
A material that withstands disinfection is used for the
front protection plate of the medical use LCD monitor.
The protection plate surface is specially treated to
reduce light reflection, as are the 3D glasses. When
solvents such as benzene or thinner, or acid, alkaline or
abrasive detergent, or chemical cleaning cloth are used
for the protection plate surface/monitor surface, the
performance of the monitor may be impaired or the
finish of the surface may be damaged. Take care with
respect to the following:
• Clean the protection plate surface/monitor surface/3D
glasses with a 50 to 70 v/v% concentration of
isopropyl alcohol or a 76.9 to 81.4 v/v% concentration
of ethanol using a swab method. Wipe the protection
plate surface gently (wipe using less than 1 N force).
• Stubborn stains may be removed with a soft cloth such
as a cleaning cloth lightly dampened with mild
detergent solution using a swab method and then clean
using the above chemical solution.
Never use solvents such as benzene or thinner, or acid,
alkaline or abrasive detergent, or chemical cleaning
cloth for cleaning or disinfection, as they will damage
the protection plate surface/monitor surface.
• Do not use unnecessary force to rub the protection
plate surface/monitor surface with a stained cloth.
The protection plate surface/monitor surface may be
scratched.
• Do not keep the protection plate surface/monitor
surface/3D glasses in contact with a rubber or vinyl
resin product for a long period of time. The finish of
the surface may deteriorate or the coating may come
off.
Disposal of the Unit
• Do not dispose of the unit with general waste.
Do not include the monitor with household waste.
Recommendation to Use more than
One Unit
As problems can occasionally occur for the monitor,
when the monitor is used for safety control of personnel,
assets or stable picture, or for emergencies, we strongly
recommend you use more than one unit or prepare a
spare unit.
On Repacking
Do not throw away the carton and packing materials.
They make an ideal container which to transport the
unit.
If you have any questions about this unit, contact your
authorized Sony dealer.
On Fan Error
The fan for cooling the unit is built in. When the fan
stops and the RETURN button on the front panel blinks
for fan error indication, turn off the power and contact an
authorized Sony dealer.
On Moisture Condensation
If the unit is suddenly taken from a cold to a warm
location, or if ambient temperature suddenly rises,
moisture may form on the outer surface of the unit and/
or inside of the unit. This is known as condensation. If
condensation occurs, turn off the unit and wait until the
condensation clears before operating the unit. Operating
the unit while condensation is present may damage the
unit.
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Features 11
Precautions for using this unit
safely
• Some people may experience discomfort (such as eye
strain, fatigue, or nausea) while watching video
images. Sony recommends that all viewers take
regular breaks while watching video images. The
length and frequency of necessary breaks will vary
from person to person. You must decide what works
best. If you experience any discomfort, you should
stop watching the video images until the discomfort
ends; consult a doctor if you believe necessary.
• Avoid watching the display in environments where
your head may shake, or while you are walking or
performing exercise, because there is a higher
possibility that you experience discomfort.
Precautions for connecting this
unit with other medical devices
• Before you utilize this device and/or connect this
device to any other medical device, please be aware of
and abide by the following precautions:
(a) Before actually using this device for medical
practice, please check and confirm that you do not
experience any discomfort in your use that could be
disruptive or impeditive in conducting your intended
activity or medical practice.
(b) If you experience or are likely to experience such
discomfort, please refrain from using this device.
(c) Generally, discomfort (such as eye strain, fatigue,
nausea, or motion sickness) can be provoked by such
factors as quick movements or shakiness of video
picture, focal position of video pictures, distance
between objects and image capturing modules, user’s
point of gaze in video pictures, other varying
conditions of video pictures to be input to this device,
and individual user’s health conditions.
On simultaneous use with a radio
knife, etc.
If this unit is used together with a radio knife, etc., the
picture may be disturbed, warped or otherwise abnormal
as a result of strong radio waves or voltages from the
device. This is not a malfunction.
When you use this unit simultaneously with a device
from which strong radio waves or voltages are emitted,
confirm the effect of this before using such devices, and
install this unit in a way that minimizes the effect of
radio wave interference.
Features
Compliance with medical safety
standards in U.S.A., Canada and Europe
IEC 60601-1 and product safety standards in the U.S.A.,
Canada and Europe have been obtained for this monitor.
The monitor is designed for use in the medical treatment
field, with the sheet switch, screen protect panel, etc.
3D
The monitor is a multiple format LCD monitor equipped
with a circular micro-polarizer filter, featuring a precise
image and high performance. It supports various 3D
signal formats, including dual-stream HD-SDI signals,
by using an optional input adaptor (BKM-250TGM) for
both 2D and 3D signals. The provided 3D glasses are
designed to suit the performance of the monitor and for
comfort over long hours of use. The 2D/3D SELECT
function provides the option of either the 2D or 3D
monitor display mode.
Circular micro-polarizer filter
Two input signals are separated into even lines and odd
lines on the display and circular polarized before
appearing on the screen. Images on the left of the screen
are viewed through left lens of the 3D glasses and those
on the right are viewed through right lens. With this
feature, you can monitor multiple screens at one time.
Comfortable fitting lightweight 3D glasses
The provided 3D glasses are a lightweight and
comfortable design for reduced fatigue after extended
periods of use. Used with the LMD-3251MT, the glasses
provide precise image quality and accurate color
reproduction.
BKM-30GM (glasses-type) has a “frame center
support” system that fits any face shape. The temple
frames are made of flexible material and the lenses are
encased in the frame bridge. This avoids distorting
images through the lenses, even when adjusting the
temples. Additionally, the nose pad and temple tips hold
the glasses firmly under sweaty conditions, or in a
physical working environment. The BKM-31GM
(clip-on-type) attaches to regular eye glasses, and
features flip-up lenses and a lightweight design. For
additional viewers, BKM-30GM and BKM-31GM are
available as optional accessories.
Supporting various 3D input signal formats
With BKM-250TGM (optional), various signals, such as
3G, dual-stream, side-by-side and line-by-line, are
supported. While multi-signal formats, including 1080p,
1080i, 1080PsF and 720p, are available, line-by-line
typed DVI signals are also supported.
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Features
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Checkerboard
Left and right HD-SDI input signals are displayed in a
grid pattern. The two signals shown in a grid makes for
easy adjusting of the iris and color settings for the
camera. This function is only available in 2D display
mode.
L/R switch
Left and right dual-stream HD-SDI signals can be
swapped over without being visually disturbed by black
frames. This allows you to easily compare the color and
brightness between left and right signals. This function
is only available in 2D display mode.
Disparity simulation
The phase of either or both left and right signal for 3D
image can shift horizontally. The monitor simulates
parallax without the need for 3D rig adjustment. It saves
time and effort in setting and adjusting the 3D rig and
equipment.
Note
Simulated images cannot be output to any device.
Horopter check
Left/right signals for the 3D image are displayed in
selected single colors. This helps you define if the
subjects are in front of the determined screen position or
behind it. You can carefully adjust the depth of the 3D
effect using this feature. This function is only available
in 3D display mode.
Flip H
If a half mirror type rig is used, left or right signal will
be reversed. With the Flip H feature, signals that are shot
this way are horizontally reversed again for normal
viewing.
Note
A delay between left and right signals occurs as a result
of the signal processing. Because left and right signals
are internally synchronized to offset the delay, display
speed may decrease before the image reaches the screen.
Payload ID
Channel assign information of payload ID data
superimposed on input signals is displayed. You can
monitor which of two channels a left/right input signal
is assigned to.
Picture
Fully digital 10-bit signal processing circuit
As well as digital signals, all signals including analog
signals are converted into digital signals. All signals are
processed using a fully digital 10-bit processing circuit
so that an image is produced in smooth gradation
without any deterioration of quality.
Auto chroma/phase function
The chroma and phase of the decoder are automatically
adjusted.
High image-quality/high-resolution Full HD
LCD panel
A Full HD high-resolution (1,920 × 1,200 dots) panel
and high brightness/ultra-wide field of view technology
enable you to use the monitor under various lighting
conditions and in numerous ways (installing on wall,
using several monitors to view an image, and so on.).
Because a color filter with wide-color reproduction and
LCD materials with high response speed are used, the
motion picture of the video signal is displayed clearer.
This monitor also performs sampling of signals at high
frequencies and provides a high resolution of 700 TV
scanning lines or more during the RGB or component
signal (480/60i, 575/50i) input.
Input
Accepts analog RGB input signals
Adopting the scan converter allows this monitor to
detect VGA, SVGA, XGA and SXGA analog RGB
signals input to the HD15 input connector.
For more information, see “About the preset signal” on
page 45.
Accepts DVI-D (digital) input signals
Adopting the scan converter allows this monitor to
detect VGA, SVGA, XGA and SXGA digital computer
signals input to the DVI input connector.
The number of the DVI input connectors can be
increased by installing the optional input adaptor into
the optional input port.
To view more than SXGA signals when the DVI input is
selected, use the cable within 3 m (118 1
/8 inches) in
length.
For more information, see “About the preset signal” on
page 45.
Optional port
Two optional input adaptors can be installed. The
composite, Y/C, component, analog RGB, SDI or DVI-
D signal can be input depending on the input connectors
of the board to be used.
Multi-format
The monitor supports the video, Y/C, RGB, component,
SDI (3G/HD/SD, when the optional input adaptor is
used) signals and NTSC/PAL color systems. SDI
supports not only HD-SDI and SD-SDI, but also 3G-
SDI, which transmits twice as much data as HD-SDI
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Features 13
with a Single-link. HD15 (analog) and DVI-D (digital)
connectors are equipped for the PC input.
For more information, see “Available signal formats”
on page 44.
External sync input
The unit can be operated on the sync signal supplied
from an external sync generator.
Functions
APA (Auto Pixel Alignment) function
You can display pictures from the HD15 input connector
in the appropriate picture by simply pressing the APA
key.
Automatic termination (connector with
mark only)
The input connector is terminated internally at 75 ohms
when nothing has been connected to the output
connector. If a cable is connected to the output
connector, the internal terminal is automatically
released and the signals input to the input connector are
output to the output connector (loop-through).
Select color temperature and gamma mode
You can select the color temperature from among three
settings (D93, D65, D56) and gamma mode from
between two settings (2.2, DICOM). You can also adjust
the color temperature to the appropriate setting in
“USER1,” “USER2,” “USER3,” “USER4” or “USER5.”
Two-display
Two kinds of input signals are put on the monitor.
For more information, see DISPLAY LAYOUT of
“MULTI DISPLAY SETTING” on page 33.
Color space feature
Either ITU-R BT.709 or OFF can be selected for the
color space settings.
Scan function *
You can select the display from among “NORMAL,”
“OVER,” “FULL” and “NATIVE.”
*
For selectable modes, see “Input Signals and Adjustable/
Setting Items” on page 16.
Select language display
You can select your language for the display from seven
languages - English, Chinese, Japanese, Italian, Spanish,
German and French.
Power saving function
The monitor enters into power saving mode to reduce
the power consumption when no signal is input.
Key inhibit function
You can inhibit the key to prevent missing an operation.
User memory function
You can save the 20 picture settings with the name. The
user memory data can be saved or loaded between the
monitor and the equipment (PC, etc.) connected in
serial remote mode.
Two kinds of ground terminals
Two kinds of ground terminals are built into the monitor
to equal the electric potential.
External remote function
The input signal is selected or various items are adjusted
by use of the serial (Ethernet) remote function. You can
connect this unit to the monitor by the Ethernet
(10BASE-T/100BASE-TX) connection and controlled
remotely on the network.
For more information, see SERIAL REMOTE of
REMOTE menu on page 39.
Other
Optional stand
It is more convenient to install the monitor on a desk by
using the optional stand (SU-32FW).
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Location and Function of Parts and Controls
14
Location and Function of Parts and Controls
Front Panel
a Tally lamp
You can check the status of the monitor by the color of
the tally lamp.
The tally lamp lights in green according to the setting of
PARALLEL REMOTE in the REMOTE menu.
b Power indicator
When the power is turned on, the power indicator light
in green.
c - (key inhibit) indicator
Lights in green when KEY INHIBIT in the KEY
INHIBIT menu is set to ON.
d CONTROL button
Press to display the buttons on the front panel. Press
again to clear the display.
e CONTRAST buttons
Adjusts the picture contrast.
Press the + button to make the contrast higher or the –
button to make it lower.
f PHASE buttons
Adjusts color tones.
Press the + button to make the skin tones greenish or the
– button to make them purplish.
g CHROMA buttons
Adjusts the color intensity.
Press the + button to increase the color intensity or the –
button to decrease it.
h BRIGHT (brightness) buttons
Adjusts the picture brightness.
Press the + button to increase the brightness or the –
button to decrease it.
i Menu operation buttons
Displays or sets the on-screen menu.
MENU button
Press to display the on-screen menu.
Press again to clear the menu.
+/– buttons
Press to select the items and setting values.
ENTER button
Press to confirm a selected item on the menu.
To display the signal format
When the menu is not displayed and the button is
pressed, the recognized signal format is displayed.
RETURN button
When the menu is displayed and the button is pressed,
the value of an item is reset to the previous value.
Also, when the fan stops, this button blinks.
COMPOSITE
COMPONENT
Y/C
RGB
A-1
A-2
B-1
B-2
DVI
F1
F2
F3
F4
USER MEM
HD15
–
+
–
+
–
+
–
+
–
+
CONTROL
CONTRAST
PHASE
CHROMA
BRIGHT
MENU
ENTER
RETURN
0
qa
qs
5
4
6
7
8
9
3
2
1
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Location and Function of Parts and Controls 15
To display the names of functions assigned to the
function buttons
When the menu is not displayed and the button is
pressed, the function selected in FUNCTION
BUTTON SETTING of the USER CONFIG menu
is displayed on the side of the F1 to F4 button.
j Input select buttons
Press the button to monitor the signal input to each
connector.
A-1, A-2, B-1 and B-2 buttons are used when an
optional input adaptor has been installed in the option
port.
COMPOSITE button: to monitor the signal through
the COMPOSITE IN connector
Y/C button: to monitor the signal through the Y/C IN
connector
RGB button: to monitor the RGB signal through the
connectors for the R/G/B signal input
COMPONENT button: to monitor the component
signal through the connectors for Y/PB/PR signal input
A-1 button: to monitor the signal from connector 1
of the input adaptor installed in the option port A or R/
G/B signal from BKM-229X/BKM-256DD installed
in the option port A
A-2 button: to monitor the signal from connector 2
of the input adaptor installed in the option port A or Y/
PB/PR signal from BKM-229X/BKM-256DD
installed in the option port A
B-1 button: to monitor the signal from connector 1
of the input adaptor installed in the option port B or R/
G/B signal from BKM-229X/BKM-256DD installed
in the option port B
B-2 button: to monitor the signal from connector 2
of the input adaptor installed in the option port B or Y/
PB/PR signal from BKM-229X/BKM-256DD
installed in the option port B
HD15 button: to monitor the signal through the
HD15 input connector
DVI button: to monitor the signal through the DVI-D
input connector
k Function buttons
You can turn the assigned function on or off.
The factory setting is as follows;
F1 button: 2D/3D SELECT
F2 button: SCAN
F3 button: ASPECT
F4 button: MULTI DISPLAY
You can assign the function from among SCAN,
ASPECT, EXT SYNC, BLUE ONLY, MONO, MULTI
DISPLAY, APA, I/P MODE, MIRROR IMAGE, 2D/3D
SELECT, L/R SWITCH, DISPARITY SIM., etc., in
FUNCTION BUTTON SETTING of the USER
CONFIG menu (see page 34).
For details of the function assigned to the function
button, see page 34.
l USER MEM (user memory) button
Press to load the picture settings saved in the USER
MEMORY menu (on page 40).
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Location and Function of Parts and Controls
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Input Signals and Adjustable/Setting Items
Input signal
Item Video*3,
Y/C*3
B & W*3 Component*4 RGB*4 SDI Computer 3D
SD HD SD HD SD*5
HD*6
3G*13
DVI*12
HD15 HD-SDI
*14,
*15
DVI*15
CONTRAST*1
a a a a a a a a a a a a a
BRIGHT*1
a a a a a a a a a a a a a
CHROMA*1
a × a a a a a a a a a a a
PHASE*1
a
(NTSC)
× a a a a a a a a a a a
APERTURE a a a a a a a a a a a a a
COLOR TEMP a a a a a a a a a a a a a
COLOR SPACE a a a a a a a a a a a a a
AUTO CHROMA/
PHASE
a × a a × × × × × × × × ×
ACC a × × × × × × × × × × × ×
CTI a × a × × × × × × × × × ×
V SHARPNESS a a a × a × a × × × × × ×
MATRIX*2
× × a × × × × × × × × × ×
COMPONENT
LEVEL
× × a
(480/60i)
× × × × × × × × × ×
NTSC SETUP a
(NTSC)
a
(480/60i)
× × × × × × × × × × ×
SCAN a a a a a a a a a a a × ×
GAMMA a a a a a a a a a a a a a
ASPECT*9
a a a × a × a × × ×*11
×*11
× ×
BLUE ONLY a × a a a a a a a × × a ×
MONO a × a a × × a a a × × a ×
APA × × × × × × × × × × a*10
× ×
SIZE × × × × × × × × × ×*18
a × ×
SHIFT a a a a a a a a a ×*18
a × ×
PITCH × × × × × × × × × × a × ×
DOT PHASE × × × × × × × × × × a × ×
POWER SAVING a a a a a a a a a a a a a
I/P MODE*7
a a a a a a a a × ×*18 ×*18 × ×
MULTI DISPLAY a a a a a a a a a a*8
a*8
a*17
a*8
CHECKERBOARD × × × × × × × × × × × a*16 ×
L/R SWITCH × × × × × × × × × × × a*16
×
HOROPTER
CHECK
× × × × × × × × × × × a ×
DISPARITY SIM. × × × × × × × × × × × a ×
SD PIXEL
MAPPING
COMPOSITE&Y/C
a a × × × × × × × × × × ×
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Location and Function of Parts and Controls 17
a : Adjustable/can be set
× : Not adjustable/cannot be set
*1 Adjustment of SUB CONTROL is the same.
*2 When a component signal (480/60i or 480/60p) is input
and the COMPONENT LEVEL is set to SMPTE, this can
be switchable.
*3 When a BKM-227W is installed, the number of the input
connector is increased.
*4 When a BKM-229X is installed, the number of the input
connector is increased.
*5 When a BKM-220D, BKM-243HSM or BKM-250TGM
is installed, the signal can be input.
*6 When a BKM-243HSM or BKM-250TGM is installed, the
signal can be input.
*7 Only the interlace signal is input.
*8 For details on the input signal available for the multi
display, see “For the multi display” (page 47).
*9 The signal cannot operate with PRESET 7 and 8 (see
page 45).
*10 The signal can only operate with PRESET 1 (see page 45).
*11 The signal can only operate with PRESET 6 (see page 45).
*12 When a BKM-256DD is installed, the number of the
input connector is increased.
*13 When a BKM-250TGM is installed, the signal can be
input.
*14 When a BKM-250TGM is installed, the signal can be
input.
(You can also use BKM-250TG with a serial number
7100001 or later.)
*15 3D display mode is available when selecting 3D in
2D/3D SELECT.
*16 Available when selecting 2D in 2D/3D SELECT.
*17 Displays in 2D display mode when selecting SIDE BY
SIDE in DISPLAY LAYOUT.
*18 The signal can operate with PRESET 2 to 6 (see
page 45).
SD PIXEL
MAPPING
RGB/COMPONENT
× × a × a × × × × × × × ×
Input signal
Item Video*3
,
Y/C*3
B & W*3
Component*4
RGB*4
SDI Computer 3D
SD HD SD HD SD*5 HD*6 3G*13 DVI*12 HD15 HD-SDI
*14,
*15
DVI*15
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Location and Function of Parts and Controls
18
Side/Rear Panel
a DC 5V/24V IN connector
Connect the DC connector of the supplied AC adaptor.
b / (power) switch
The power is turned on or off.
The monitor is turned on by pressing side .
c Loop-through output connectors
Outputs the signals input to the input connectors (5 to
0). Connect to the analog input (composite, Y/C,
analog component, analog RGB or external sync) of
equipment, according to the input signal.
When a cable is connected to one of these connectors,
the 75-ohm termination of the corresponding input is
automatically released, and the signal input to the input
connector is output.
d /I (Equipotential/Function Earth) terminal
(equipotential) terminal
Connects the equipotential plug.
I (function earth) terminal
Connects the earth cable.
e G/Y IN connector (BNC)
Input connector for G of RGB signals and component Y
(luminance) signals.
f B/PB IN connector (BNC)
Input connector for B of RGB signals and PB (blue color
difference) of component signals.
g R/PR IN connector (BNC)
Input connector for R of RGB signals and PR (red color
difference) of component signals.
h EXT SYNC IN (external sync input) connector
(BNC)
When this unit operates on an external sync signal,
connect the reference signal from a sync generator to
this connector.
To use the external sync signal, press the function button
that EXT SYNC is assigned.
Note
When inputting a video signal with the jitters, etc. the
picture may be disturbed. We recommend using the
TBC (time base corrector).
i Y/C IN connector (4-pin mini-DIN)
Input connector for Y/C signals.
j COMPOSITE IN connector (BNC)
Input connector for composite signals.
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Location and Function of Parts and Controls 19
k Optional input port
An optional input adaptor can be installed according to
your system configuration (see page 21).
The upper port is A and the lower port is B.
Press the A-1, A-2, B-1 or B-2 button to select the
signal.
l PARALLEL REMOTE connector (modular
connector, 8-pin)
Forms a parallel switch and controls the monitor
externally.
When the unit is shipped from the factory, a connector
cover is attached to this connector. Remove it before
using the connector.
For removing the connector cover, see page 22.
For details on the pin assignment and factory setting
function assigned to each pin, see page 43.
CAUTION
For safety, do not connect the connector for peripheral
device wiring that might have excessive voltage to this
port. Follow the instructions for this port.
m SERIAL REMOTE connector (RJ-45)
Connect to the network by using a 10BASE-T/
100BASE-TX LAN cable (shielded type, optional).
When the unit is shipped from the factory, a connector
cover is attached to this connector. Remove it before
using the connector.
For removing the connector cover, see page 22.
For details on this connector, refer to the Interface
Manual for Programmers (saved in the supplied CD-
ROM, Japanese and English only.)
CAUTION
• When you connect the LAN cable of the unit to
peripheral device, use a shielded-type cable to prevent
malfunction due to radiation noise.
• For safety, do not connect the connector for peripheral
device wiring that might have excessive voltage to this
port. Follow the instructions for this port.
• The connection speed may be affected by the network
system. This unit does not guarantee the
communication speed or quality of 10BASE-T/
100BASE-TX.
n SERIAL REMOTE RS-232C connector (D-sub
9-pin, female)
Connect to the RS-232C control connector on external
equipment connected to the monitor. The monitor can
be operated according to control commands sent from
external equipment connected to it.
For details on the pin assignment and factory setting
function assigned to each pin, see page 44.
For details, refer to the Interface Manual for
Programmers (saved in the supplied CD-ROM,
Japanese and English only.)
o DVI-D input connector (DVI-D)
Inputs DVI Rev.1.0 applicable digital RGB signal.
To view the signals of the SXGA and higher resolution
when the DVI input is selected, use the cable within 3 m
(118 1
/8 inches) in length.
p HD15 input connector (D-sub 15-pin, female)
Inputs an analog RGB video signal (0.7 Vp-p, positive
polarity) and sync signal.
The Plug & Play function corresponds to DDC2B.
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Connecting the AC Power Cord
20
Connecting the AC
Power Cord
Connect the supplied AC power cord as illustrated.
Two kinds of AC plug holders are supplied with this
unit. Use the AC plug holder that fits the AC power cord
most securely.
1 Plug the AC power cord into the AC IN socket on
the AC adaptor. Then, attach the AC plug holder to
the AC power cord.
2 Slide the AC plug holder over the cord until it locks.
3 Insert the DC IN connector into the DC 5V/24V IN
connector on the bottom of this unit until it locks.
To remove the AC power cord
First, pull out the AC plug holder while pressing the lock
levers.
Next, pull out the DC IN connector from the DC 5V/24V
IN connector while pressing the lock lever.
AC power cord
AC IN socket
AC plug holder (Supplied)
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Installing the Input Adaptor 21
Installing the Input
Adaptor
Before installing the input adaptor, disconnect the power
cord.
1 Remove the panel of the optional input port.
2 Insert the input adaptor into the port.
3 Tighten the screws.
Attaching the Provided L/R Labels
Install the L/R labels on the panel around the input
connectors to show channel allocations for inputs.
Examples for attaching
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Removing the Connector Cover / Using the Clip-on-Type 3D Glasses (BKM-31GM)
22
Removing the
Connector Cover
When the unit is shipped from the factory, a connector
cover is attached to the PARALLEL REMOTE
connector and the SERIAL REMOTE connector (RJ-
45).
To use the connector, remove the connector cover as
follows.
Before removing the connector cover, disconnect the
power cord.
1 Remove the screw of the connector cover.
2 Remove the connector cover.
Save the screw and cover, so that you can reattach the
cover if necessary.
Caution
These connectors are designed to allow direct contact
with conductive circuits. Weak voltage may be present
because of a failure in this unit. To prevent patients from
touching these connectors accidentally, attach the
connector covers when the connectors are not being
used to connect to other devices.
Using the Clip-on-Type
3D Glasses (BKM-31GM)
Clip the clip-on-type 3D glasses (BKM-31GM) to the
top part of the frames of your eyeglasses.
The glass lenses can be flipped up when 3D effect is not
required.
Connector cover
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Selecting the Default Settings 23
Selecting the Default
Settings
When you turn on the unit for the first time after
purchasing it, select the area where you intend to use this
unit from among the options.
The default setting values for each area
1 Turn on the unit with the / (power) switch on
the bottom panel.
The SELECT SETTING screen appears.
2 Press the CONTROL button.
3 Press the + or – button to select the area where you
intend to use the unit and press the ENTER button.
If you select either 1, 3 or 5
The confirmation screen is displayed. Confirm the
selected area. When the setting is wrong, press the
RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
If you select either 2 or 4
One of the following screens appears. Press the +
or – button to narrow the area further and then press
the ENTER button.
The confirmation screen is displayed. Confirm the
selected area. When the setting is wrong, press the
RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
3
3
4
5
3
1
2
COLOR
TEMP
COMPONENT
LEVEL
NTSC
SETUP
1NORTH
AMERICA
D65 BETA7.5 7.5
2LATIN AMERICA
PAL&PAL-N
AREA
ARGENTINA D65 SMPTE 0
PARAGUAY D65 SMPTE 0
URUGUAY D65 SMPTE 0
NTSC&PAL-M
AREA
OTHER AREA D65 BETA7.5 7.5
3AFRICA AUSTRALASIA
EUROPE MIDDLE-EAST
D65 SMPTE 0
4ASIA EXCEPT
JAPAN
NTSC AREA D65 BETA7.5 7.5
PAL AREA D65 SMPTE 0
5JAPAN D93 SMPTE 0
–
+
–
+
–
+
–
+
–
+
–
+
MENU
ENTER 3~4
1
2
S E L E C T S E T T I N G
N O R T H A M E R I C A
L A T I N A M E R I C A
A F R I C A A U S T R A L A S I AE
A S I A E X C E P T J A P A N
J A P A N
1North America
2Latin America
3AfricaAustralia/New
Zealand, Europe,
Middle East, Russia
4Asia Except Japan
5Japan
S E L E C T T H I S A R E A ?
[ E N T E R ] Y E S
[ R E T U R N ] NO
N O R T H A M E R I C A
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Selecting the Menu Language
24
2 If LATIN AMERICA is selected:
4 If ASIA EXCEPT JAPAN is selected:
Customers who will use this unit in the shaded
areas shown in the map below should select NTSC
AREA.
Other customers should select PAL AREA.
4 Press the ENTER button.
The SELECT SETTING screen disappears and the
menu item settings suitable for the selected area are
applied.
Note
When you have selected the wrong area, set the
following items using the menu.
• COLOR TEMP (on page 29)
• COMPONENT LEVEL (on page 32)
• NTSC SETUP (on page 32)
See “The default setting values for each area” (page 23)
on the setting value.
Selecting the Menu
Language
You can select one of seven languages (English,
Chinese, Japanese, Italian, Spanish, German, French)
for displaying the menu and other on-screen displays.
“ENGLISH (English)” is selected in the default setting.
The current settings are displayed in place of the x
marks on the illustrations of the menu screen.
1 Turn on the unit.
2 Press the CONTROL button.
The operation buttons are displayed.
3 Press the MENU button.
The menu appears.
The menu presently selected is shown in yellow.
4 Press the + or – button to select SYSTEM
SETTING of the USER CONFIG (User
Configuration) menu, then press the ENTER
button.
L A T I N A M E R I C A
P A L & P A L - N _ A R E A
A R G E N T I N A
P A R A G U A Y
U R U G U A Y
N T S C & P A L - M A R E A
O T H E R A R E A
PAL&PAL-N area
Argentina
Paraguay
Uruguay
NTSC&PAL-M area
Other area
A S I A E X C E P T J A P A N
N T S C _ A R E A
P A L A R E A
NTSC area
PAL area
–
+
–
+
–
+
–
+
–
+
–
+
MENU
ENTER
1
2
4~6
3
FORMAT xxxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxx
COLOR TEMP xxx
COMPONENT LEVEL xxxxx
NTSC SETUP xxxxxxxxx
SCAN MODE xxxxxxxx
POWER SAVING xx
STATUS 1/2
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Using the Menu 25
The setting items (icons) in the selected menu are
displayed in yellow.
5 Press the + or – button to select “LANGUAGE,”
then press the ENTER button.
The selected item is displayed in yellow.
6 Press the + or – button to select a language, then
press the ENTER button.
The menu changes to the selected language.
To clear the menu
Press the MENU button.
The menu disappears automatically if a button is not
pressed for one minute.
Using the Menu
The unit is equipped with an on-screen menu for making
various adjustments and settings such as picture control,
input setting, set setting change, etc. You can also
change the menu language displayed in the on-screen
menu.
To change the menu language, see “Selecting the Menu
Language” on page 24.
The current settings are displayed in place of the x
marks on the illustrations of the menu screen.
1 Press the CONTROL button.
The operation buttons are displayed.
2 Press the MENU button.
The menu appears.
The menu presently selected is shown as a yellow
button.
3 Use the + or – button to select a menu, then press
the ENTER button.
–
+
–
+
–
+
–
+
–
+
–
+
MENU
ENTER
1
3~5
2
RETURN button
FORMAT xxxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxx
COLOR TEMP xxx
COMPONENT LEVEL xxxxx
NTSC SETUP xxxxxxxxx
SCAN MODE xxxxxxxx
POWER SAVING xx
STATUS 1/2
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The menu icon presently selected is shown in
yellow and setting items are displayed.
4 Select an item.
Use the + or – button to select the item, then press
the ENTER button.
The item to be changed is displayed in yellow.
If the menu consists of multiple pages, press + or –
button to go to the desired menu page.
5 Make the setting or adjustment on an item.
When changing the adjustment level:
To increase the number, press the + button.
To decrease the number, press the – button.
Press the ENTER button to confirm the number,
then restore the original screen.
When changing the setting:
Press the + or – button to change the setting.
Press the ENTER button to confirm the setting.
When returning the adjustment or setting to the
previous value:
Press the RETURN button before pressing the
ENTER button.
Notes
• An item displayed in black cannot be accessed.
You can access the item if it is displayed in white.
• If the key inhibit has been turned on, all items are
displayed in black. To change any of the items,
set KEY INHIBIT in the KEY INHIBIT menu to
OFF first.
For details on the key inhibit, see page 39.
To return the display to the previous
screen
Press the RETURN button.
To clear the menu
Press the MENU button.
The menu disappears automatically if a button is not
pressed for one minute.
About the memory of the settings
The settings are automatically stored in the monitor
memory.
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Loading USER MEMORY
You can load the picture settings saved in the USER
MEMORY menu (on page 40).
1 Press the USER MEM button.
The USER MEMORY menu appears.
2 Select the memory number.
+ or – button: to select the memory number
3 Press the ENTER button.
After loading the picture settings from the selected
memory, the menu disappears.
To stop selecting the memory
Press the USER MEM button.
The USER MEMORY menu disappears.
To reset the settings
Select “DEFAULT”, then press the ENTER button.
Adjustment Using the
Menus
Items
The screen menu of this monitor consists of the
following items.
STATUS (the items indicate the
current settings.)
For the video input
FORMAT
COLOR TEMP
COMPONENT LEVEL
NTSC SETUP
SCAN MODE
POWER SAVING
Model name and serial number
OPTION A and serial number
OPTION B and serial number
For the DVI/HD15 input
FORMAT
fH
fV
COLOR TEMP
POWER SAVING
Model name and serial number
OPTION A and serial number
OPTION B and serial number
COLOR TEMP/SPACE
COLOR TEMP
MANUAL ADJUSTMENT
3D OFFSET
3D OFFSET ADJ.
COLOR SPACE
USER CONTROL
For the video input
AUTO CHROMA/PHASE
SUB CONTROL
PICTURE CONTROL
INPUT SETTING
For the DVI/HD15 input
SUB CONTROL
PICTURE CONTROL
COMPOSITE
COMPONENT
Y/C
RGB
A-1
A-2
B-1
B-2
DVI
F1
F2
F3
F4
USER MEM
HD15
–
+
–
+
–
+
–
+
–
+
–
+
ENTER
1
2~3
USER MEM
USER MEMORY 1/3
DEFAULT
01 USER01
02 USER02
03 USER03
04 USER04
05 USER05
06 USER06
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USER CONFIG
SYSTEM SETTING
MATRIX
COMPONENT LEVEL
NTSC SETUP
GAMMA
FORMAT DISPLAY
LANGUAGE
POWER SAVING
I/P MODE
BACKGROUND
SD PIXEL MAPPING
SPLASH LOGO
MULTI DISPLAY SETTING
MULTI DISPLAY ENABLE
DISPLAY LAYOUT
SUB INPUT SELECT
POSITION
FRAME
SUB PICTURE SIZE
FUNCTION BUTTON SETTING
F1 BUTTON
F2 BUTTON
F3 BUTTON
F4 BUTTON
COMPUTER DETECT
DVI
HD15
OPTION DVI SETTING*1
EXT 5V(IN)
EXT 5V(OUT)
EDID UPDATE
EDID STATUS
*1
Displayed only when a BKM-256DD is installed.
3D SETTING*2
2D/3D SELECT
3D SIGNAL FORMAT
DISPARITY SIM.
HOROPTER CHECK
FLIP H
PAYLOAD ID
2D/3D DISPLAY
*2
Displayed only when input signals from BKM-250TGM
or DVI/BKM-256DD are selected.
REMOTE
PARALLEL REMOTE
SERIAL REMOTE
KEY INHIBIT
KEY INHIBIT
USER MEMORY
01 to 20
Adjusting and Changing the
Settings
STATUS menu
The STATUS menu is used to display the current status
of the unit. The following items are displayed:
For the video input
• Signal format
• Color temperature
• Component level
• NTSC setup
• Scan mode
• Power saving
• Model name and serial number
• OPTION A and serial number
• OPTION B and serial number
FORMAT xxxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxx
COLOR TEMP xxx
COMPONENT LEVEL xxxxx
NTSC SETUP xxxxxxxxx
SCAN MODE xxxxxxxx
POWER SAVING xx
STATUS 1/2
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For the DVI/HD15 input
• Signal format
• fH
• fV
• Color temperature
• Power saving
• Model name and serial number
• OPTION A and serial number
• OPTION B and serial number
COLOR TEMP/SPACE menu
The COLOR TEMP/SPACE menu is used for adjusting
the picture white balance or color space.
You need to use the measurement instrument to adjust
the white balance.
Recommended: Konica Minolta color analyzer CA-210
USER CONTROL menu
The USER CONTROL menu is used for adjusting the
picture.
Items that cannot be adjusted depending on the input
signal are displayed in black.
For details of input signals and adjustable/setting items,
see page 16.
FORMAT xxx
xxxxxxx
fH xxxxxxx
fV xxxxx
COLOR TEMP xxxx
POWER SAVING xx
STATUS 1/2
COLOR TEMP: xxxxxx
MANUAL ADJUSTMENT:
ADJUST GAIN:
ADJUST BIAS:
COPY FROM: xxx
3D OFFSET: xx
3D OFFSET ADJ.: xx
COLOR SPACE: x
COLOR TEMP/SPACE
Submenu Setting
COLOR TEMP Selects the color temperature from
among “D93,” “D65,” “D56,”
“USER1,” “USER2,” “USER3,”
“USER4” and “USER5.”
MANUAL
ADJUSTMENT
If you set the COLOR TEMP to
USER setting, the item displayed is
changed from black to white, which
means you can adjust the color
temperature.
The set values are memorized.
• ADJUST GAIN: Adjusts the
color balance (GAIN).
• ADJUST BIAS: Adjusts the
color balance (BIAS).
• COPY FROM: If you select
“D93,” “D65” or “D56,” the
white balance data for the
selected color temperature
will be copied in the
“USER1,” “USER2,”
“USER3,” “USER4” or
“USER5” setting.
3D OFFSET Selects the desired mode pertaining
to the 3D offset adjustment.
• AUTO: The setting value of 3D
offset adjustment is not
applied to 2D display mode.
The setting value of 3D
offset adjustment is applied
to 3D display mode.
• OFF: The setting value of 3D
offset adjustment is not
applied to either 2D or 3D
display mode.
• ON: The setting value of 3D
offset adjustment is applied
to both 2D and 3D display
modes.
3D OFFSET ADJ. Available when 3D is selected from
2D/3D SELECT. Defines white
balance for 3D viewing in order to
provide colors as accurate as those
when 3D glasses are not used.
You can select from among R
GAIN, G GAIN, B GAIN, R BIAS,
G BIAS and B BIAS.
COLOR SPACE Selects the color space either ITU-
709 or OFF. OFF sets the color
space to the original color
reproduction of the LCD panel.
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For the video input
Submenu Setting
AUTO CHROMA/
PHASE
Adjusts color intensity (CHROMA)
and tones (PHASE).
• AUTO ADJ VALUE: Selects
ON or OFF of the auto
adjustment. When you set
to OFF, this parameter is
reset to the factory setting.
When you set to ON, the
automatically adjusted value
is enabled.
• START: The auto adjustment
starts when you display the
color bar signals (Full/
SMPTE/EIA) on the screen
and press the ENTER
button. After adjusting the
color intensity, press the
MENU button to clear the
adjustment screen. After the
adjustment is done correctly,
the AUTO ADJ VALUE is
automatically set to ON.
AUTO CHROMA/PHASE
AUTO ADJ VALUE: xx
START:
USER CONTROL 1/3
SUB CONTROL
CONTRAST: x
BRIGHTNESS: x
CHROMA: x
PHASE: x
APERTURE: x
BACKLIGHT: x
USER CONTROL 2/3
PICTURE CONTROL
ACC: xx
CTI: x
V SHARPNESS: x
INPUT SETTING
SHIFT H: xxx
SHIFT V: xx
USER CONTROL 3/3
SUB CONTROL Adjusts finely the adjustment range
of the button on the front panel for
CONTRAST, BRIGHTNESS,
CHROMA and PHASE.
• CONTRAST: Adjusts the picture
contrast.
• BRIGHTNESS: Adjusts the
picture brightness.
• CHROMA: Adjusts color
intensity. The higher the
setting, the greater the
intensity. The lower the
setting, the lower the
intensity.
• PHASE: Adjusts color tones.
The higher the setting, the
more greenish the picture.
The lower the setting, the
more purplish the picture.
• APERTURE: Adjusts the picture
sharpness.
The higher the setting, the
sharper the picture. The
lower the setting, the softer
the picture.
• BACKLIGHT: Adjusts the
backlight. When the setting
is changed, the brightness of
the backlight is changed.
PICTURE CONTROL Adjusts the picture.
• ACC (Auto Color Control): Sets
ACC circuit on or off.
To check the fine
adjustment, select OFF.
Normally select ON.
• CTI (Chroma Transient
Improvement): When a low
color resolution signal is
input, a crisp image can be
displayed. When the setting
is higher, the picture
becomes even more crisp.
• V SHARPNESS: A crisp image
can be displayed. When the
setting is higher, the picture
becomes even more crisp.
INPUT SETTING • SHIFT H: Adjusts the position of
the picture. As the setting
increases, the picture moves
to the right, and as the
setting decreases, the picture
moves to the left.
• SHIFT V: Adjusts the position of
the picture. As the setting
increases, the picture moves
up, and as the setting
decreases, the picture moves
down.
Submenu Setting
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For the DVI/HD15 input
Submenu Setting
SUB CONTROL Adjusts finely the adjustment range
of the button on the front panel for
CONTRAST, BRIGHTNESS,
CHROMA and PHASE.
• CONTRAST: Adjusts the picture
contrast.
• BRIGHTNESS: Adjusts the
picture brightness.
• CHROMA: Adjusts color
intensity. The higher the
setting, the greater the
intensity. The lower the
setting, the lower the
intensity.
• PHASE: Adjusts color tones.
The higher the setting, the
more greenish the picture.
The lower the setting, the
more purplish the picture.
• APERTURE: Adjusts the picture
sharpness.
The higher the setting, the
sharper the picture. The
lower the setting, the softer
the picture.
• BACKLIGHT: Adjusts the
backlight. When the setting
is changed, the brightness of
the backlight is changed.
SUB CONTROL
CONTRAST: x
BRIGHTNESS: x
CHROMA: x
PHASE: x
APERTURE: x
BACKLIGHT: x
USER CONTROL 2/3
PICTURE CONTROL
SIZE H: xx
SIZE V: xx
SHIFT H: xx
SHIFT V: xx
DOT PHASE: xx
PITCH: xx
RESOLUTION: xxx
RESET
USER CONTROL 3/3
* The 1/3 menu cannot be adjusted. PICTURE CONTROL Adjusts to monitor the picture more
clearly.
• SIZE H: Adjusts the horizontal
size of the picture. The
higher the setting, the larger
the horizontal size of the
picture. The lower the
setting, the smaller the
horizontal size of the
picture.
• SIZE V: Adjusts the vertical size
of the picture. The higher
the setting, the larger the
vertical size of the picture.
The lower the setting, the
smaller the vertical size of
the picture.
• SHIFT H: Adjusts the position of
the picture. As the setting
increases, the picture moves
to the right, and as the
setting decreases, the picture
moves to the left.
• SHIFT V: Adjusts the position of
the picture. As the setting
increases, the picture moves
up, and as the setting
decreases, the picture moves
down.
• DOT PHASE: Adjusts the dot
phase. Adjust the picture
further for a finer picture
after APA (page 35) is
adjusted.
• PITCH: Adjusts the horizontal
size of the picture with the
left side of the picture fixed.
The higher the setting, the
larger the width of the
picture. The lower the
setting, the narrower the
width of the picture.
• RESOLUTION: Sets when the
computer signal is input and
it is difficult to understand
the signal type such as
XGA/60 or WXGA/60
•XGA: Displayed as XGA
signal.
•WXGA: Displayed as
WXGA signal.
• RESET: Resets the value of
SIZE H, SIZE V, SHIFT H,
SHIFT V, DOT PHASE and
PITCH to the factory preset
value.
Submenu Setting
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USER CONFIG menu
The USER CONFIG menu is used for setting the
system, multi display, function button, computer detect,
option DVI and 3D.
SYSTEM SETTING
Submenu Setting
MATRIX Applied to 480/60i or 480/60p
signal. Select 601 or 709.
COMPONENT LEVEL Selects the component level from
among three modes.
• SMPTE: for 100/0/100/0 signal
• BETA7.5: for 100/7.5/75/7.5
signal
• BETA0: for 100/0/75/0 signal
NTSC SETUP Selects the NTSC setup level from
two modes.
The 7.5 setup level is used mainly
in North America. The 0 setup level
is used mainly in Japan.
GAMMA Selects the appropriate gamma
mode from between two settings
(“2.2”, “DICOM”*
).
When “2.2” is selected, the setting
is roughly same as the gamma
mode of the CRT.
*
“DICOM” is selectable when
COLOR SPACE is set to OFF.
SYSTEM SETTING:
MULTI DISPLAY SETTING:
FUNCTION BUTTON SETTING:
COMPUTER DETECT:
OPTION DVI SETTING:
3D SETTING:
USER CONFIG
FORMAT DISPLAY Selects the display mode of the
signal format and scan mode.
• AUTO: The format is displayed
for about five seconds when
the input of the signal starts.
• ON: The format is always
displayed.
• OFF: The display is hidden.
LANGUAGE Selects the menu or message
language from among seven
languages.
• ENGLISH: English
• : Chinese
• : Japanese
• ITALIANO: Italian
• ESPAÑOL: Spanish
• DEUTSCH: German
• FRANÇAIS: French
POWER SAVING Sets the power saving mode on or
off. When you set to ON, the
monitor goes into power saving
mode if no signal is input for about
one minute.
I/P MODE You can select the I/P mode when
the interlace signal is input.
• INTER-FIELD*1: Mode for
giving precedence to the
picture quality. Performs
interpolation depending on
the movement of the images
between the fields. It takes
longer than “FIELD
MERGE” or “LINE
DOUBLER” for processing
the picture. “INTER-
FIELD” is the factory
setting.
• LINE DOUBLER: The
processing time is shorter.
Performs interpolation by
repeating each line in the
data receiving sequence
regardless of the field. As
the line flicker is displayed
in this mode, it is available
for checking the line flicker
of the telop work and so on.
• FIELD MERGE*2: The
processing time is shorter.
Combines the lines in the
odd fields and even fields
alternately regardless of the
movement of images.
Suitable for viewing still
images.
*1
When MULTI DISPLAY
ENABLE is set to ON, INTER-
FIELD cannot be selected.
*2
When DISPLAY LAYOUT is set
to SIDE BY SIDE, FIELD
MERGE cannot be selected.
Submenu Setting
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MULTI DISPLAY SETTING
BACKGROUND Sets the brightness of the black bars
appearing in the upper and lower
positions of the screen, or on the
sides of the screen.
• OFF: Displays a darker bar
(black).
• ON: Displays a brighter bar
(gray).
SD PIXEL MAPPING Selects SD picture size (pixels)
according to input signal format.
• COMPOSITE&Y/C: Set to
monitor the signal input
through the COMPOSITE
IN connector or Y/C IN
connector.
• RGB/COMPONENT: Set to
monitor the signal input
through the R/G/B IN
connector or Y/PB/PR IN
connector.
When picture signals in the
size of 720 × 576 (50i)
(or 720 × 487 (60i)) are
input
Select 720 × 576 (or 720 ×
487). This is the default
setting.
When 702 × 576 (or 712 ×
483) is selected, all sides of
the input picture are cut off
by several pixels.
When picture signals in the
size of 702 × 576 (50i)
(or 712 × 483 (60i)) or
equivalent are input
Select 702 × 576 (or 712 ×
483).
When 720 × 576 (or 720 ×
487) is selected, a black
border (of several pixels
wide) appears around the
input picture.
SPLASH LOGO Sets the splash logo display time
when the monitor is turned on.
• OFF: The splash logo is not
displayed.
• 1: The splash logo is displayed
for about 5 seconds.
• 2: The splash logo is displayed
for about 10 seconds.
Submenu Setting
Submenu Setting
MULTI DISPLAY
ENABLE
Selects ON to display the multi display
and OFF not to display.
Notes
• When the frame frequency of the
main display is different from that of
the sub display, the picture may be
disturbed.
When no signal is input to the main
display, the picture may not be
displayed correctly.
• When you set SUB INPUT SELECT
to OFF, MULTI DISPLAY ENABLE
is set to OFF automatically.
• When MULTI DISPLAY ENABLE is
set to ON, APA (page 35) is not
available.
• When PIP multi display mode is
selected, 3D display is only available
in the main display. In other multi
display modes, images appear in the
2D display.
MULTI DISPLAY ENABLE: xxx
DISPLAY LAYOUT: xxx
SUB INPUT SELECT: xxx
POSITION: x
FRAME
SUB PICTURE SIZE:
: x
x
USER CONFIG MULTI DISPLAY SETTING
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FUNCTION BUTTON SETTING
About the function assigned to the
function button
SCAN
Press to change the scan size of the picture. Press to
switch between NORMAL scan (0% scan), OVER scan
(20% over scan), FULL and NATIVE (see “Scan mode
image” on page 36). NATIVE is effective when a 1080i,
1080p, 720p signal or a computer (DVI/HD15) signal is
input. FULL is only available when DISPLAY
LAYOUT is set to SIDE BY SIDE in the multi display.
ASPECT
Press to set the aspect ratio of the picture, 4:3 or 16:9.
AUTO SYNC DETECT
Press the assigned button to detect external sync signals
and internal sync signals automatically.
DISPLAY LAYOUT • POP: The sub display is put by the
side of the main display.Either
NORMAL or OVER can be
selected for the scan mode in the
main display.
• PIP: The sub display appears in an
inset window of the main display
(for 16:9 display only).
• SIDE BY SIDE: The main display is
put in the left side of the display
and the sub display is put in the
right side of the display. Either
NORMAL or FULL can be
selected for the scan mode in the
main and sub display. The scan
mode of the main and sub display
will change at the same time. You
cannot set a different scan mode
for each display.
To switch the scan mode, press the
function button assigned to change the
scan mode. See “FUNCTION BUTTON
SETTING” (page 34) and “About the
function assigned to the function button”
(page 34).
Notes
• When DISPLAY LAYOUT is set to
SIDE BY SIDE, CTI (page 30) is not
available.
• When SIDE BY SIDE is selected,
only 2D display mode is available.
SUB INPUT
SELECT
Sets the input signal of the sub display.
You can select from among OFF,
VIDEO WAVE, OPTION B-2, OPTION
B-1, OPTION A-2, OPTION A-1, DVI,
HD15, COMPONENT, RGB, Y/C and
COMPOSITE.
Notes
• The multi display with COMPOSITE
and Y/C, RGB and COMPONENT,
HD15 and DVI, OPTION A-1 and
OPTION A-2, and OPTION B-1 and
OPTION B-2 is not displayed.
• When you set SUB INPUT SELECT
to OFF, MULTI DISPLAY ENABLE
is set to OFF.
• The input signal formats available for
HD15 and DVI are limited. See “For
the multi display” (page 47).
POSITION Sets the position of the sub display.
When POP is selected:
• 1: Top
• 2: Center
• 3: Bottom
When PIP is selected:
• 1: Bottom left
• 2: Bottom right
• 3: Top right
• 4: Top left
Submenu Setting
FRAME Sets the position of the main display
when POP is selected in DISPLAY
LAYOUT.
• RIGHT: The main display is put by
the right side of the sub display.
• LEFT: The main display is put by the
left side of the sub display.
SUB PICTURE
SIZE
Sets the sub display size when PIP is
selected in DISPLAY LAYOUT.
• 1: Small
• 2: Large
Submenu Setting
F1 BUTTON to F4
BUTTON
Assigns the function to the function
buttons of the front panel and turns the
function on or off.
You can assign the function from
among SCAN, ASPECT, AUTO SYNC
DETECT, EXT SYNC, BLUE ONLY,
MONO, MULTI DISPLAY, APA, I/P
MODE, MIRROR IMAGE, 2D/3D
SELECT, L/R SWITCH, DISPARITY
SIM., etc.
Factory setting
• F1 button: 2D/3D SELECT
• F2 button: SCAN
• F3 button: ASPECT
• F4 button: MULTI DISPLAY
Submenu Setting
F1 BUTTON: xxxx
F2 BUTTON: xxxx
F3 BUTTON: xxxx
F4 BUTTON: xxxx
USER CONFIG FUNCTION BUTTON SETTING
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The unit synchronizes with external sync signals when
they are detected. When external sync signals are not
detected, the unit synchronizes with internal sync
signals.
AUTO SYNC DETECT works when the component/
RGB signals are input.
AUTO SYNC DETECT does not work when signal is
input from BKM-229X.
EXT SYNC (external sync)
Press to operate the unit on an external sync signal
through the EXT SYNC IN connector.
EXT SYNC works when the component/RGB signals
are input.
If AUTO SYNC DETECT is on, this function is not
available.
MULTI DISPLAY
Press the assigned button to display the multi display.
Set the multi display setting in the MULTI DISPLAY
SETTING menu (see page 33).
DISPLAY LAYOUT
Press the button to set DISPLAY LAYOUT when the
multi display is on. The mode switches in the sequence
POP t PIP t SIDE BY SIDE with every press of the
button (see “DISPLAY LAYOUT” on page 34).
SUB INPUT SELECT
Press the button to set the sub display input signal types
when the multi display is on. The mode switches in the
sequence COMPOSITE t Y/C t RGB t
COMPONENT t OPTION A-1 t OPTION A-2 t
OPTION B-1 t OPTION B-2 t VIDEO WAVE with
every press of the button (see “SUB INPUT SELECT”
on page 34).
POSITION
Press the button to set the sub display position when the
PIP or POP multi display is on. The mode switches in
the sequence when POP is selected: 1 (Top) t 2
(Center) t 3 (Bottom), when PIP is selected: 1 (Bottom
left) t 2 (Bottom right) t 3 (Top right) t 4 (Top left)
with every press of the button (see “POSITION” on
page 34).
FRAME
Press the button to set the main display position when
the POP multi display is on. The mode switches in the
sequence RIGHT t LEFT with every press of the
button (see “FRAME” on page 34).
SUB PICTURE SIZE
Press the button to set the size of the sub display when
the PIP multi display is on. The mode switches in the
sequence 1 (Small) t 2 (Large) with every press of the
button (see “SUB PICTURE SIZE” on page 34).
I/P MODE
Press the button to set the delay by the picture
processing to the minimum level when interlace signal is
input. The mode switches in the sequence INTER-
FIELD t LINE DOUBLER t FIELD MERGE with
every press of the button (see “I/P MODE” on page 32).
MIRROR IMAGE
Press the assigned button to flip and display the video
signal horizontally. This function is not available for the
PRESET 1 signal and the multi display.
MONO
Press the assigned button to display a monochrome
picture. When the buttons is pressed again, the monitor
switches automatically to color mode.
APA (Auto Pixel Alignment)
Press to adjust the picture automatically to maximum
clarity for the signal input to the HD15 input connector.
For finer according to the input signal, see “DOT
PHASE” on page 31.
When the menu screen or the multi display is displayed,
APA does not function.
Note
If the APA operation does not finish correctly depending
on the input signal, adjust DOT PHASE (page 31).
BLUE ONLY
Press the assigned button to eliminate the red and green
signals. Only blue signal is displayed as an apparent
monochrome picture on the screen. This facilitates
“chroma” and “phase” adjustments and observation of
VCR noise.
2D/3D SELECT
Press the button to switch from 2D display mode to 3D
display mode. For detailed 3D display settings, select
2D/3D SELECT under the 3D SETTING menu.
Pressing the button again switches to 2D display mode.
3D SIGNAL FORMAT
Press the button to set input signal format for 3D display.
The mode switches in the sequence 3G-B t DUAL t
SEQUENTIAL t SIDE BY SIDE t LINE BY LINE
t AUTO1 t AUTO2 with every press of the button
(see “3D SIGNAL FORMAT” on page 38).
Note
This function is only available in 3D display mode.
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CHECKERBOARD
Press the button to display the left/right 3D input signals
in a checkerboard pattern on the screen, allowing you to
simultaneously monitor the two signals. Pressing the
button again displays the input signals in default pattern.
Note
This function is only available in 2D display mode.
This function is only available when 3G-B or DUAL is
selected.
Install BKM-250TGM or BKM-250TG with a serial
number of 7300001 or greater to operate the unit by
selecting 3G-B.
Checkerboard display
L/R SWITCH
Press the button to quickly switch the left/right 3D input
signals, allowing you to easily compare each signal.
Note
This function is only available in 2D display mode.
This function is only available when 3G-B or DUAL is
selected.
Install BKM-250TGM or BKM-250TG with a serial
number of 7300001 or greater to operate the unit by
selecting 3G-B.
HOROPTER CHECK
Press the button to select display formats in monitoring
left/right signals for 3D image display. Select the desired
format from HOROPTER CHECK (page 38) under the
3D SETTING menu. Pressing the button again switches
to default display format.
Note
This function is only available in 3D display mode.
This function is only available when 3G-B or DUAL is
selected.
Install BKM-250TGM or BKM-250TG with a serial
number of 7300001 or greater to operate the unit by
selecting 3G-B.
DISPARITY SIM. (disparity simulation)
Press the button to change the phase of left/right signals
for 3D image display. You can monitor the depth of 3D
images using simulated 3D effect. Press the + or –
button to adjust the phase of the selected signal(s).
Select the signal(s) you want to adjust from
DISPARITY SIM. under the 3D SETTING menu before
using this function button. Pressing the button again
stores the setting values you set.
Note
This function is only available in 3D display mode.
This function is only available when 3G-B or DUAL is
selected.
Install BKM-250TGM or BKM-250TG with a serial
number of 7300001 or greater to operate the unit by
selecting 3G-B.
Scan mode image
Left signal (L) Right signal (R)
Checkerboard display
–
Input
4
3
16
9
NORMAL
(0%
scan)
4:3
1440 × 1080
16:9
1920 × 1080
OVER
(20%
over
scan)
4
3
1728 × 1080
16
9
1920 × 1080
NATIVE
(While
a
720p
signal
is
input)
1280 × 720
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COMPUTER DETECT
OPTION DVI SETTING
* These settings are displayed only when a BKM-256DD is installed
and an input signal from BKM-256DD is selected.
3D SETTING
Submenu Setting
COMPUTER
DETECT
The appropriate preset memory is set for
the signal from DVI and HD15 input
connector. Select “PRESET1” for the
standard computer signal. Select
“PRESET2” to “PRESET8” when the
computer signal is not standard (on
page 45).
The preset memory is set for each input
connector of DVI and HD15.
Note
“PRESET7” and “PRESET8” will only
be displayed when “DVI” is selected.
Submenu Setting
EXT 5V(IN) Selects ON to output external 5 V
power from the DVI input
connectors and OFF not to output.
EXT 5V(OUT) Selects ON to output external 5 V
power from the DVI output
connectors and OFF not to output.
EDID UPDATE Downloads the EDID information
from the main unit (the monitor) to
the BKM-256DD. Select “START,”
and then press the ENTER button to
start downloading the EDID
information automatically. During
download, “EDID UPDATING…”
is displayed and the CONTROL
button cannot be operated. When
download finishes correctly,
“COMPLETE!” is displayed. When
a fault occurs, “ERROR” is
displayed. Press the RETURN
button to display the on-screen
menu.
DVI: xxxxx
HD15: xxxxx
USER CONFIG COMPUTER DETECT
OPTION DVI SETTING
EXT 5V(IN): xx
EXT 5V(OUT): xx
EDID UPDATE: xxxxx
EDID STATUS: xxxx
MODEL
SER.
USER CONFIG – OPTION DVI SETTING
EDID STATUS The information downloaded to the
BKM-256DD from the EDID of the
main unit (the monitor) is
displayed.
• MODEL: Model name of the
monitor
• SER.: Serial number of the
monitor
Submenu Setting
2D/3D SELECT Switches between 2D and 3D display
mode.
• 2D: Displays input signals for 2D
display mode.
• 3D: Displays input signals for 3D
display mode.
Submenu Setting
2D/3D SELECT: xx
3D SIGNAL FORMAT: xxxx
xxx
DISPARITY SIM.: xx
HOROPTER CHECK: xx
LEFT: xxxx
RIGHT: xxxx
FLIP H: xxx
PAYLOAD ID IN-1:xx IN-2: xx
USER CONFIG – 3D SETTING 1/2
2D/3D DISPLAY: xx
USER CONFIG – 3D SETTING 2/2
* This setting menu is displayed only when input from BKM-
250TGM or DVI is selected.
* Only 2D/3D SELECT is displayed when DVI input is selected.
* Install BKM-250TGM to display HD-SDI signal in 3D.
* The IN (INPUT)-1 connector on BKM-250TGM can be used for
left signal input, and the IN (INPUT)-2 connector for right signal
input.
* 720/50p and 720/60p signals are displayed in the NATIVE scan
mode.
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3D SIGNAL
FORMAT
Selects input signal format for 3D
display.
• 3G-B: Displays 3G Level-B HD-SDI
signals for 3D display mode.
•INTER: Displays 1080/50i or
1080/60i signal.
•PROG: Displays 1080/24p, 25p,
30p or 720/50p, 60p signal.
•PSF: Displays 1080/24PsF or
1080/25PsF signal.
• DUAL: Displays dual-stream HD-SDI
signals for 3D display mode.
•INTER: Displays 1080/50i or
1080/60i signal.
•PROG: Displays 1080/24p, 25p,
30p or 720/50p, 60p signal.
•PSF: Displays 1080/24PsF or
1080/25PsF signal.
• SEQUENTIAL: Displays field
sequential HD-SDI signals for 3D
display mode.
• SIDE BY SIDE: Displays side-by-
side typed HD-SDI signals for 3D
display mode.
•INTER: Displays 1080/50i or
1080/60i signal.
•PROG: Displays 1080/24p, 25p,
30p or 720/50p, 60p signal.
•PSF: Displays 1080/24PsF or
1080/25PsF signal.
• LINE BY LINE: Displays line-by-
line typed HD-SDI signals for 3D
display mode.
• AUTO1: 3D display mode is
automatically selected for 3G
Level-B HD-SDI signals. Other
formats are displayed in 2D
display mode.
• AUTO2: When 3G Level-B 3G-SDI
signals are input, the channel
assign information enables 3D
display mode and 2D display
mode to be automatically
switched.
DISPARITY SIM. Adjusts the phase of left/right input
signals. You can monitor the depth of 3D
images using simulated 3D effect.
• LR: Shifts the phase of left and right
channels at the same time.
• RIGHT: Shifts the phase of right
channel.
• LEFT: Shifts the phase of left
channel.
Submenu Setting
HOROPTER
CHECK
Select ON to switch the display settings
for the left/right channel signals. Select
OFF when you do not wish to perform
switching. By changing the display
settings, the left/right signals become
easier to identify.
• NORMAL: Displays video signals.
• BLUE: Displays video signals as RGB
blue color component.
• RED: Displays video signals as RGB
red color component.
• MONO: Displays video signals as
grayscale image.
• BLACK: Displays black signals. (No
video signals)
FLIP H Changes display patterns (normal/
horizontally reversed display) in
monitoring left/right input signals.
• OFF: Deactivates the reversing
function.
• LEFT: Horizontally reverses left
signal.
• RIGHT: Horizontally reverses right
signal.
PAYLOAD ID Displays the channel assign information
of payload ID superimposed on input
signals from the IN (INPUT)-1 and IN
(INPUT)-2 connector on BKM-
250TGM. Going out of the 3D
SETTING menu renews channel assign
information.
• -: Payload ID is not superimposed on
signals.
• x: Channel assign information is
detected as Link-3 or Link-4.
• LEFT: Channel assign information is
detected as Link-1.
• RIGHT: Channel assign information
is detected as Link-2.
Payload ID is only available when
DUAL is selected in 3D SIGNAL
FORMAT.
2D/3D DISPLAY Sets the on-screen indication of the
display mode currently viewed.
Selecting AUTO or ON displays “2D” or
“3D” at the top left of the screen,
according to the display mode selected.
• AUTO: “2D” or “3D” is displayed for
about five seconds after switching
between the 2D and 3D display
mode.
• ON: “2D” or “3D” is always
displayed.
• OFF: The display is hidden.
Submenu Setting
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REMOTE menu
KEY INHIBIT menu
You can lock the setting so that they cannot be changed
by an unauthorized user.
Select OFF or ON.
If you set to ON, all items are displayed in black,
indicating the items are locked.
Submenu Setting
PARALLEL REMOTE Selects the PARALLEL REMOTE
connector pins for which you want
to change the function.
You can assign various functions to
pins 1 to 4 and pins 6 to 8. The
following lists the functions you
can assign to the pins.
• – – – (“– – –”: No function is
assigned.)
• COMPOSITE
• Y/C
• RGB
• COMPONENT
• DVI
• HD15
• OPTION A-1
• OPTION A-2
• OPTION B-1
• OPTION B-2
• OVERSCAN
• FULL
• NORMAL
• NATIVE
• 4:3
• 16:9
• TALLY G
• EXT SYNC
• AUTO SYNC DETECT
• BLUE ONLY
• MONO
• MIRROR IMAGE
• 2D/3D SELECT
• CHECKERBOARD
• L/R SWITCH
• HOROPTER CHECK
• DISPARITY SIM.
Note
If you use the PARALLEL
REMOTE function, you need to
connect cables. For more details,
see page 43.
SERIAL REMOTE Selects the mode to be used.
• OFF: SERIAL REMOTE does
not function.
• RS-232C: The monitor is
controlled by the command
of RS-232C.
• ETHERNET: The monitor is
controlled by the command
of Ethernet.
MONITOR Set the monitor setting.
MONITOR ID: Sets the ID
of the monitor.
GROUP ID: Sets the group
ID of the monitor.
IP ADDRESS: Sets the IP
address.
SUBNET MASK: Sets the
subnet mask.
(255.255.255.000)
DEFAULT GATEWAY:
Sets the default gateway on
or off.
ADDRESS: Sets the default
gateway.
CANCEL: Selects to cancel
the setting.
CONFIRM: Selects to save
the setting.
Submenu Setting
KEY INHIBIT: xx
KEY INHIBIT
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USER MEMORY menu Saving the user memory
You can save the 20 picture settings with the name. To
load the picture in the saved setting, see “Loading USER
MEMORY” on page 27.
To save the picture setting
1 Press the + or – button to select the memory number
in the USER MEMORY menu, then press the
ENTER button.
The USER MEMORY setting menu appears.
2 Select “SAVE”, then press the ENTER button.
The menu for confirming the memory appears.
3 Press the ENTER button.
The current picture settings are saved and the
USER MEMORY setting menu appears.
To close the menu without saving the setting
Press the RETURN button.
The USER MEMORY setting menu appears.
To change the name
1 Press the + or – button to select the memory number
in the USER MEMORY menu, then press the
ENTER button.
The USER MEMORY setting menu appears.
Submenu Setting
01 to 20 You can save the setting of the following
functions.
• CONTRAST
• BRIGHTNESS
• CHROMA
• PHASE
• SCAN
• ASPECT
COLOR TEMP/SPACE menu
• COLOR TEMP
• ADJUST GAIN
• ADJUST BIAS
• 3D OFFSET ADJ.
• COLOR SPACE
USER CONTROL menu
• CONTRAST
• BRIGHTNESS
• CHROMA
• PHASE
• APERTURE
SYSTEM SETTING menu
• GAMMA
• I/P MODE
COMPUTER DETECT menu
• DVI
• HD15
09 USER09
10 USER10
11 USER11
12 USER12
13 USER13
14 USER14
15 USER15
16 USER16
USER MEMORY 2/3
17 USER17
18 USER18
19 USER19
20 USER20
USER MEMORY 3/3
01 USER01
02 USER02
03 USER03
04 USER04
05 USER05
06 USER06
07 USER07
08 USER08
USER MEMORY 1/3
01 USER01
SAVE:
NAME:
USER MEMORY 1/3
SAVE TO USER MEMORY 01 ?
[ ENTER] YES
[ RETURN] NO
01 USER01
SAVE:
NAME:
USER MEMORY 1/3
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2 Press the – button to select “NAME”, then press the
ENTER button.
The menu for setting the user name appears.
3 Change the user name.
• Press the ENTER button to move the cursor to the
character position to be changed.
• Press the + or – button to change the character.
Usable characters: “A to Z”, “0 to 9”, “.”, “/”, “,”,
“_”, “-”, “(space)”
Usable number of characters: Maximum 18
characters.
• Enter a space to clear the character.
• When the ENTER button is pressed after
changing the character, the character is confirmed
and the cursor moves to the following character.
4 Press the USER MEM button.
The settings are saved and the USER MEMORY
setting menu appears.
To close the menu without saving the setting
Press the RETURN button.
The USER MEMORY setting menu appears.
Troubleshooting
This section may help you isolate the cause of a problem
and as a result, eliminate the need to contact technical
support.
• The display is colored in green or purple t Select
the correct input by pressing RGB or COMPONENT
button.
• The unit cannot be operated t The key protection
function works. Set the KEY INHIBIT setting to OFF
in the KEY INHIBIT menu.
• The black bars appear at the upper and lower
positions of the display t When the signal aspect
ratio is different from that of the panel, the black bars
appear. This is not a failure of the unit.
• The screen is not displayed t When NO SYNC is
displayed at the bottom right of the screen, the signal
is not input or the input signal is not available. Input
the available signal.
01 USER01
+ – CHANGE CHAR.
[ ENTER] CURSOR
[RETURN ]CANCEL
[USER MEM ] SAVE
USER MEMORY 1/3
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Specifications
Picture performance
LCD panel a-Si TFT Active Matrix
Pixel efficiency 99.99%
2D viewing angle (LCD panel specifications) (up/down/
left/right, contrast > 10 : 1)
89°/89°/89°/89° (typical)
3D viewing angle
See “3D Viewing Angle (vertical)” on
page 51.
Scan Normal 0%
Over scan 20%
Efficient picture size
698.4 × 392.9, 801.3 mm (w/h, dia)
(271
/2 × 151
/2, 315
/8 inches)
Resolution H 1,920 dots, V 1,080 lines
Aspect ratio 16 : 9
Input
Composite input (NTSC/PAL) connector
BNC type (1)
1 Vp-p ± 3 dB sync negative
Y/C input connector
4-pin mini-DIN (1)
Y: 1 Vp-p ± 3 dB sync negative
C: 0.286 Vp-p ± 3 dB (NTSC burst
signal level)
0.3 Vp-p ± 3 dB (PAL burst signal
level)
RGB/component input connectors
BNC type (3)
RGB input: 0.7 Vp-p ± 3 dB (Sync On
Green, 0.3 Vp-p sync negative)
Component input: 0.7 Vp-p ± 3 dB
(75% chrominance standard color
bar signal)
External synchronized input connector
BNC type (1)
0.3 Vp-p to 4.0 Vp-p ± bipolarity
ternary or negative polarity binary
HD15 input connector
D-sub 15-pin (1)
R/G/B: 0.7 Vp-p, sync positive (Sync
On Green, 0.3 Vp-p sync negative)
Sync: TTL level (polarity free, H/V
separate sync)
Plug & Play function: corresponds to
DDC2B
DVI input connector
DVI-D (1)
TMDS single link
Remote input connector
Parallel remote
Modular connector 8-pin (1)
Serial remote
D-sub 9-pin (RS-232C) (1)
RJ-45 modular connector
(ETHERNET) (1)
Optional input port
2 ports
Signal format:
H: 15 kHz to 45 kHz
V: 48 Hz to 60 Hz
DC IN connector
DC 5 V/24 V (output impedance 0.05
ohms or less)
Output
Composite output connector
BNC type (1)
Loop-through, with 75 ohms automatic
terminal function
Y/C output connector
4-pin mini-DIN (1)
Loop-through, with 75 ohms automatic
terminal function
RGB/component output connectors
BNC type (3)
Loop-through, with 75 ohms automatic
terminal function
External synchronized output connector
BNC type (1)
Loop-through, with 75 ohms automatic
terminal function
General
Power LCD monitor (LMD-3251MT)
DC IN: 24 V 5.0 A 5 V 0.060 A
(Supplied from AC adaptor)
AC adaptor (Sony, AC-110MD)
AC IN: 100-240 V, 50/60Hz, 1.53 A to
0.58 A
DC OUT: 24 V 5.0 A 5 V 0.060 A
Power consumption
Maximum: approx. 100 W (when two
BKM-229X are installed)
Dimensions Approx. 783 × 479.2 × 124.3 mm
(including the projection parts)
(30 7/8 × 18 7/8 × 5 inches)
(w/h/d)
Mass LCD monitor (LMD-3251MT)
Approx. 13.3 kg (29 lb 5 oz)
Approx. 13.8 kg (30 lb 6.8 oz) (when
two BKM-229X are installed)
AC adaptor (AC-110MD)
Approx. 1.2 kg (2 lb 10 oz)
Operating conditions
Temperature
0 °C to 35 °C (32 °F to 95 °F)
Recommended temperature
20 °C to 30 °C (68 °F to 86 °F)
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Specifications 43
Humidity 30% to 85% (no condensation)
Pressure 700 hPa to 1,060 hPa
Storage and transport temperature
–20 °C to +60 °C (–4 °F to +140 °F)
Storage and transport humidity
0% to 90% (no condensation allowed)
Storage and transport pressure
700 hPa to 1,060 hPa
Accessories supplied
AC adaptor (AC-110MD) (1)
AC power cord (1)
AC plug holder (2)
3D glasses (glasses-type) (1)
3D glasses (clip-on-type) (1)
L/R labels (1)
Instructions for Use (1)
CD-ROM (1)
Using the CD-ROM Manual (1)
Quick Reference (1)
When you First Use the Monitor (1)
Sales Companies Guide (1)
Optional accessories
SDI 4:2:2 input adaptor
BKM-220D
HD/D1-SDI input adaptor
BKM-243HSM
NTSC/PAL input adaptor
BKM-227W
Analog component input adaptor
BKM-229X
3G/HD/SD-SDI input adaptor
BKM-250TGM
DVI-D input adaptor
BKM-256DD
Monitor stand
SU-32FW
3D glasses (glasses-type)
BKM-30GM
3D glasses (clip-on-type)
BKM-31GM
3D glasses specifications (supplied)
Glasses-type
Dimensions (W/H):
Approx. 146 × 38 mm (5 3/4 ×
1 1/2 inches)
Mass: Approx. 18 g (0.63 oz)
UV light reduction:
99% (280 nm - 380 nm)
Clip-on-type
Dimensions (W/H):
Approx. 131 × 45 mm (5 1/4 ×
1 13/16 inches)
Mass: Approx. 16 g (0.56 oz)
UV light reduction:
99% (280 nm - 380 nm)
Medical Specifications
Protection against electric shock:
Class I
Protection against harmful ingress of water:
Ordinary
Degree of safety in the presence of a flammable
anesthetic mixture with air or with oxygen or nitrous
oxide:
Not suitable for use in the presence of a flammable
anesthetic mixture with air or with oxygen or nitrous
oxide
Mode of operation:
Continuous
Design and specifications are subject to change without
notice.
Pin assignment
PARALLEL REMOTE connector
Modular connector
(8-pin)
You can allocate functions using the REMOTE menu
(see page 39).
Notes
• Always verify that the unit is operating properly
before use. SONY WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR
DAMAGES OF ANY KIND INCLUDING, BUT
NOT LIMITED TO, COMPENSATION OR
REIMBURSEMENT ON ACCOUNT OF THE
LOSS OF PRESENT OR PROSPECTIVE
PROFITS DUE TO FAILURE OF THIS UNIT,
EITHER DURING THE WARRANTY PERIOD
OR AFTER EXPIRATION OF THE WARRANTY,
OR FOR ANY OTHER REASON WHATSOEVER.
• SONY WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR CLAIMS OF
ANY KIND MADE BY USERS OF THIS UNIT
OR MADE BY THIRD PARTIES.
• SONY WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR THE
TERMINATION OR DISCONTINUATION OF
ANY SERVICES RELATED TO THIS UNIT
THAT MAY RESULT DUE TO
CIRCUMSTANCES OF ANY KIND.
Pin number Functions
1 Designating Y/C input signal
2 Designating RGB input signal
3 Designating OPTION A-1 input signal
4 Designating OPTION A-2 input signal
5 GND
6 Tally lamp ON/OFF
7 Full screen
8 Over scan
1 8
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Wiring required to use the Remote Control
Connect the function you want to use with a Remote
Control to the Ground (Pin 5).
SERIAL REMOTE (RS-232C) connector
D-sub 9-pin, female
Available signal formats
The unit is applicable to the following signal formats.
For details on the input signal available for HD15, DVI
and BKM-256DD, see page 45.
a : Available
– : Not available
*1 The frame rate is also compatible with 1/1.001.
*2 Component only
Pin number Signal
1 NC
2 RX
3 TX
4 NC
5 GND
6 NC
7 RTS
8 CTS
9 NC
System
Composite
Y/C
BKM-
227W
RGB
Component
BKM-
229X
BKM-
220D
BKM-
243HSM
BKM-
250TGM
2D
BKM-
250TGM
3D
575/50i
(PAL)
a a a a a –
480/60i
(NTSC)*1
a a a a a –
576/50p – a – – – –
480/60p – a – – – –
1080/
24PsF*1
– a*2
– a a a
1080/25PsF – a*2
– a a a
1080/24p*1
– a*2
– a a a
1080/25p – a*2
– a a a
1080/30p*1
– a*2
– a a a
1080/50i – a – a a a
1080/60i*1
– a – a a a
720/50p – a*2 – a a a
720/60p*1 – a – a a a
1080/50p – – – – a –
1080/60p*1
– – – – a –
1
5
6
9
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Available HD15/DVI/BKM-256DD input signal format
About the preset signal
This unit has a preset memory for signals connected to the HD15 and DVI input connectors, and BKM-256DD. When
a preset signal is input, the unit automatically detects the signal type and recalls the data for the signal from the preset
memory to adjust it to an optimum picture.
This unit is applicable to the following preset signals.
For the single display
PRESET 1
HD15
VESA DMT
VESA CVT
Resolution
Dot clock
[MHz]
fH
[kHz]
fV
[Hz]
Sync. polarity
Horizontal Vertical
640 × 480 60 Hz 25.175 31.469 59.940 Negative Negative
800 × 600 56 Hz 36.000 35.156 56.250 Positive Positive
800 × 600 60 Hz 40.000 37.879 60.317 Positive Positive
800 × 600 72 Hz 50.000 48.077 72.188 Positive Positive
800 × 600 75 Hz 49.500 46.875 75.000 Positive Positive
800 × 600 85 Hz 56.250 53.674 85.061 Positive Positive
1024 × 768 60 Hz 65.000 48.363 60.004 Negative Negative
1024 × 768 70 Hz 75.000 56.476 70.069 Negative Negative
1024 × 768 75 Hz 78.750 60.023 75.029 Positive Positive
1024 × 768 85 Hz 94.500 68.677 84.997 Positive Positive
1152 × 864 75 Hz 108.000 67.500 75.000 Positive Positive
1280 × 960 60 Hz 108.000 60.000 60.000 Positive Positive
1280 × 1024 60 Hz 108.000 63.981 60.020 Positive Positive
Resolution
Dot clock
[MHz]
fH
[kHz]
fV
[Hz]
Sync. polarity
Horizontal Vertical
640 × 480 60 Hz 23.625 29.531 59.780 Positive Negative
800 × 600 60 Hz 35.500 36.979 59.837 Positive Negative
1024 × 768 60 Hz 56.000 47.297 59.870 Positive Negative
1280 × 960 60 Hz 85.250 59.201 59.920 Positive Negative
1360 × 768 50 Hz 69.500 39.489 49.922 Negative Positive
1360 × 768 60 Hz 84.625 47.649 59.936 Negative Positive
1360 × 768 60 Hz 72.000 47.368 59.960 Positive Negative
1920 × 1080 50 Hz 141.375 55.572 49.975 Negative Positive
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Others
DVI/BKM-256DD
Range of DVI input signal (available to 1920 × 1080/
60 Hz)
Vertical frequency: 50.0 Hz to 85.1 Hz
Horizontal frequency: 31.5 kHz to 77.0 kHz
Dot clock: 25.175 MHz to 148.500 MHz
Picture size, phase: automatic discrimination by the
DE (Data Enable) signal
PRESET 2
PRESET 3
PRESET 4
*1 Available only for HD-SDI signal (1080/60i)
1920 × 1080 60 Hz 138.625 66.647 59.988 Positive Negative
1280 × 1024 60 Hz 91.000 63.194 59.957 Positive Negative
1280 × 768 50 Hz 65.125 39.518 49.959 Negative Positive
1280 × 768 60 Hz 80.125 47.693 59.992 Negative Positive
1280 × 768 75 Hz 102.875 60.091 74.926 Negative Positive
1280 × 768 60 Hz 68.250 47.396 59.995 Positive Negative
Resolution
Dot clock
[MHz]
fH
[kHz]
fV
[Hz]
Sync. polarity
Horizontal Vertical
Resolution
Dot clock
[MHz]
fH
[kHz]
fV
[Hz]
Sync. polarity
Horizontal Vertical
720 × 400 70 Hz 28.322 31.469 70.087 Negative Positive
1280 × 800 60 Hz 68.900 48.935 59.969 Negative Negative
Preset signal
fH
[kHz]
fV
[Hz]
HD15
1514 × 483 31.5 60
1476 × 576 31.3 50
1920 × 1080 33.75 60
1920 × 1080 28 50
DVI/
BKM-256DD
1280 × 483 31.5 60
1280 × 576 31.3 50
1920 × 1080 33.75 60
1920 × 1080 28 50
1280 × 720 45.0 60
1280 × 1024 63.2 60
1280 × 1024 64.0 60
Preset signal
fH
[kHz]
fV
[Hz]
HD15
720 × 483 31.5 60
720 × 576 31.3 50
1280 × 720 45.0 60
1280 × 720 37.5 50
DVI/
BKM-256DD
720 × 483 31.5 60
720 × 576 31.3 50
1280 × 720 45.0 60
1280 × 720 37.5 50
Preset signal
fH
[kHz]
fV
[Hz]
HD15
640 × 480 31.5 60
1024 × 768 48.4 60
1280 × 960 60.0 60
DVI/
BKM-256DD
1024 × 768*1 33.75 60
1024 × 768 48.4 60
1280 × 960*1 33.75 60
1280 × 960 60.0 60
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Specifications 47
PRESET 5
PRESET 6
PRESET 7 (Selected using DVI in the
menu)*2
PRESET 8 (Selected using DVI in the
menu)*2
*2 Available for the composite, Y/C, component, RGB or SDI signal
For the multi display
PRESET 1
HD15/DVI/BKM-256DD
VESA DMT
VESA CVT
Preset signal
fH
[kHz]
fV
[Hz]
HD15
640 × 480 31.5 60
800 × 600 31.3 50
1280 × 1024 66.44 60
DVI/
BKM-256DD
800 × 600 46.9 75
Preset signal Signal standards
HD15
576/50p ITU-R BT.1358
480/60p SMPTE-293M
1080/50i SMPTE-274M
1035/60i
SMPTE-260M/BTA
S-001B
1080/60i
SMPTE-274M/BTA
S-001B
720/60p SMPTE-296M
720/50p SMPTE-296M
DVI/
BKM-256DD
576/50p ITU-R BT.1358
480/60p SMPTE-293M
1080/50i SMPTE-274M
1035/60i
SMPTE-260M/BTA
S-001B
1080/60i
SMPTE-274M/BTA
S-001B
720/60p SMPTE-296M
720/50p SMPTE-296M
Preset signal
fH
[kHz]
fV
[Hz]
1422 × 1064 33.75 60
712 × 480 15.734 60
704 × 572 15.625 50
Preset signal
fH
[kHz]
fV
[Hz]
1280 × 1008 33.75 60
712 × 480 15.734 60
704 × 572 15.625 50
Resolution
Dot clock
[MHz]
fH
[kHz]
fV
[Hz]
Sync. polarity
Horizontal Vertical
1280 × 1024 60 Hz 108.000 63.981 60.020 Positive Positive
Resolution
Dot clock
[MHz]
fH
[kHz]
fV
[Hz]
Sync. polarity
Horizontal Vertical
1360 × 768 60 Hz 84.625 47.649 59.936 Negative Positive
1360 × 768 60 Hz 72.000 47.368 59.960 Positive Negative
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Specifications
48
PRESET 2
PRESET 3
PRESET 4
*1 Available only for HD-SDI signal (1080/60i)
PRESET 5
1920 × 1080 60 Hz 138.625 66.647 59.988 Positive Negative
1280 × 1024 60 Hz 91.000 63.194 59.957 Positive Negative
1280 × 768 60 Hz 80.125 47.693 59.992 Negative Positive
1280 × 768 60 Hz 68.250 47.396 59.995 Positive Negative
Resolution
Dot clock
[MHz]
fH
[kHz]
fV
[Hz]
Sync. polarity
Horizontal Vertical
Preset signal
fH
[kHz]
fV
[Hz]
HD15
1514 × 483 31.5 60
1476 × 576 31.3 50
1920 × 1080 33.75 60
1920 × 1080 28 50
DVI/
BKM-256DD
1280 × 483 31.5 60
1280 × 576 31.3 50
1920 × 1080 33.75 60
1920 × 1080 28 50
1280 × 720 45.0 60
1280 × 1024 63.2 60
1280 × 1024 64.0 60
Preset signal
fH
[kHz]
fV
[Hz]
HD15
720 × 483 31.5 60
720 × 576 31.3 50
1280 × 720 45.0 60
1280 × 720 37.5 50
DVI/
BKM-256DD
720 × 483 31.5 60
720 × 576 31.3 50
1280 × 720 45.0 60
1280 × 720 37.5 50
Preset signal
fH
[kHz]
fV
[Hz]
HD15
640 × 480 31.5 60
1024 × 768 48.4 60
1280 × 960 60.0 60
DVI/
BKM-256DD
1024 × 768*1 33.75 60
1024 × 768 48.4 60
1280 × 960*1
33.75 60
1280 × 960 60.0 60
Preset signal
fH
[kHz]
fV
[Hz]
HD15
640 × 480 31.5 60
800 × 600 31.3 50
1280 × 1024 66.44 60
DVI/
BKM-256DD
800 × 600 46.9 75
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Specifications 49
PRESET 6
PRESET 7 (Selected using DVI in the
menu)*2
PRESET 8 (Selected using DVI in the
menu)*2
*2 Available for the composite, Y/C, component, RGB or SDI signal
Preset signal Signal standards
HD15
576/50p ITU-R BT.1358
480/60p SMPTE-293M
1080/50i SMPTE-274M
1035/60i
SMPTE-260M/BTA
S-001B
1080/60i
SMPTE-274M/BTA
S-001B
720/60p SMPTE-296M
720/50p SMPTE-296M
DVI/
BKM-256DD
576/50p ITU-R BT.1358
480/60p SMPTE-293M
1080/50i SMPTE-274M
1035/60i
SMPTE-260M/BTA
S-001B
1080/60i
SMPTE-274M/BTA
S-001B
720/60p SMPTE-296M
720/50p SMPTE-296M
Preset signal
fH
[kHz]
fV
[Hz]
1422 × 1064 33.75 60
712 × 480 15.734 60
704 × 572 15.625 50
Preset signal
fH
[kHz]
fV
[Hz]
1280 × 1008 33.75 60
712 × 480 15.734 60
704 × 572 15.625 50
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Dimensions
50
Dimensions
200
(7
7
/
8
)
100
(4)
300 (11 7/8)
400 (15 3/4)
M6
Rear (VESA Mount Instruction)
Front
When an optional stand SU-32FW is attached
479.2
(18
7
/
8
)
392 (15 1/2)
783 (30 7/8)
* Length of M6 screws (4)
Monitor cabinet Attached object
8 (11/32) to
10 (13/32)
M6 screw
124.3 (5)
229 (9 1/8)
582.8
(23)
Side
When an optional stand SU-32FW is attached
264.8 (10 1/2)
5.3
(7/32)
54.5 (2 1/4)
18.6
(3/4)
95.2
(3
3
/
4
)
AC adaptor
Unit: mm (inches)

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