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14 COLOR OFF button/lamp
Press the COLOR OFF button. The button lights and the screen becomes monochrome. When the COLOR OFF button is pressed while lit, the light goes off and the normal screen is restored. Use this function to confirm the noise in the brightness signal or to confirm the white balance. NOTE: This function is invalid with the RGB-input screen. Refer to pages 6 and 8 for correspondence between the input terminals and the INPUT SELECT buttons.
24 Power lamp
Unlit : The main power is OFF. Orange : The main power is ON, but the monitorâs power is OFF (in stand-by mode). Green : The main power is ON, and the monitorâs power is ON (in normal operation mode).
15 SCREENS CHECK button/lamp
Press the SCREENS CHECK button when the blue screen is displayed. The light goes off and the normal screen is restored. Use this function to confirm or adjust CHROMA or PHASE. NOTE: This function is invalid with the RGB-input screen.
Press the SCREENS CHECK button. The button lights and the screen changes in the following order: Normal screen[Red screen[Green screen Blue screenp
25 POWER switch
Press the power switch to turn the monitorâs power ON or OFF when the main power is ON. NOTE: When RUSH DELAY TIME is set to SLOW in the set-up menu, it takes approx. 3.2 seconds for the power to actually turn ON after the power switch is pressed.
26 REMOTE (external control) terminals
Terminals for controlling the monitor from an external unit. MAKE/TRIGGER terminal (Upper): Enables the monitor to be controlled by closing the circuit (point of contact) connected to the terminal. RS-232C terminal (Lower): Enables the monitor to be controlled from a personal computer via serial communication.
16 ASPECT button/lamp
When the ASPECT button is pressed while the screen ratio is 4:3, the button lights and the screen ratio changes to 16:9. When the ASPECT button is pressed while lit, the light goes off and the normal screen is restored. NOTE: This function is invalid with the RGB-input screen.
27 Input card slots (SLOT 1 â SLOT 3)
Optional input cards can be installed in these slots. Input cards are not provided when you purchase the monitor. NOTE: It is not possible to input video or audio signals to the monitor when no input cards are installed.
17 AREA MARKER button/lamp
When the AREA MARKER button is pressed while the screen ratio is 16:9, the button lights and the white marker is displayed. This shows the screen size (area) set on the menu. When the AREA MARKER button is pressed while lit, the light goes off and the normal screen is restored. NOTE: This function is invalid with the RGB-input screen.
28 Main power switch
Press the switch to turn the main power ON or OFF. When the main power is ON, the power lamp on the front panel lights in yellow and the monitor enters the stand-by mode. I : ON : OFF
18 â 23 INPUT SELECT buttons/lamps
Press the unlit button. The button lights and the input signal is changed. (any other lit button goes off.) When the lit button is pressed, the status of the current input signal is displayed (for approx. 3 seconds). Buttons A through F correspond to the signals input via the input cards installed in SLOT 1 through SLOT 3. A, B : select the picture from the SLOT 1 input card. C, D : select the picture from the SLOT 2 input card. E, F : select the picture from the SLOT 3 input card.
29 AC inlet
Power input connector. Connect the provided AC power cord to an AC outlet (120 V/230 V AC, 50 Hz/60 Hz). * Attach the provided Power Cord Holder to the AC inlet to prevent accidental disconnection of the AC power cord. Refer to page 10 for details.
30 Built-in speaker (monaural)
Outputs the input audio.