Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product HDTV Encoder DM-JV600U JVC
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DM-JV600U INSTRUCTIONS HDTV ENCODER For Customer Use: Enter below the Serial No. which is located on the rear of cabinet. Retain this information for future reference. Model No. DM-JV600U Serial No. Thank you for purchasing this JVC product.
2 1. Read all of these instructions. 2. Save these instructions for later use. 3. All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions should be adhered to. 4. Unplug this appliance system from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
3 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL ATTENTION RISQUE D’ELECTROCUTION NE PAS OUVRIR ATTENTION: POUR EVITER TOUT RISQUE D’ELECTROCUTION NE PAS OUVRIR LE BOITER.
4 Encoded to MPEG-2(ISO/IEC13818-2) Input SMPTE292M(1080i/720p) standard HDTV digital se- rial video signal, encode it to MPEG-2(ISO/IEC13818-2) and output as DVB-ASI TS(Transport Stream). Supports SDI embedded Audio signal 2 c hannels Encodes SMPTE299M standard SDI embedded Audio sig- nal 2 channels to MPEG-1Layer 2 (ISO/IEC11172-3) and output as TS format.
5 Introduction Preparation Menu setting Basic operation Main Features ...................................... 4 Table of Contents ................................. 5 Precautions .......................................... 6 Front Panel ...........
6 Maintenance and operating environment Do not store or use this equipment in the following envi- ronments. This will cause malfunctioning and damage. • Locations beyond the allowable operating temperature range of 5 °C and 40 °C. • Locations beyond the allowable operating humidity level of 30 % and 80 %.
7 Names and Functions 1 [POWER] Power switch Switch to turn on/off power. After this is switched to ON, a “Now Initializing” will be displayed on the Display 5 of front panel before normal screen is displayed. After turning on the power, it may take 2 sec- onds before display light up.
8 8 [AC IN] Power input terminal Use the power cord supplied to connect to an AC 120 V 50 Hz/60 Hz outlet. 9 [HD-SDI IN] Video signal input terminal (BNC) Input terminal for HD serial digital video signal. This terminal also receives audio signal when audio signal is embedded into HD serial digital video signal.
9 Preparation One example of the basic systems using this unit is described below. Turn OFF the power of all devices before connecting or disconnecting. R Y L VIDEO P R /C R S VIDEO S VIDEO A UDIO R IN (L-1) IN (L-2) VIDEO REMOTE PA USE/ AV COMPULINK CABLE BOX ANTENNA A UDIO OUT OUT OUT TV IN VHF/UHF IN DVB- ASI IN SYNC POL AC 120V 1A G + 2 1 AC IN 120V ~ 50 Hz/60 Hz HD- SDI IN MONI.
10 Foot EIA Rack F ront P anel P O W E R O N O F F P O W E R O N O F F Do not remov e the mounting brack et.The mounting may become unstab le due to loosen screws . In addition, if the mounting direction of the brack et is wrong, it will be e xtremely dangerous as the br ack et will not be properly mounted onto the rack.
11 The menu of this unit consists of 3 level of menus namely “Main menu”, “Sub menu” and “Setting items”. Menu setting Display screen HDTV ENCODER DM-JV600U Main Menu + Configuration Menu Main Menu + Status Menu Main Menu + Administration Menu Configuration Menu + Operate Param Menu Configuration Menu + Initial Param Menu Configuration Menu >Save & Reboot Configuration Menu >Default & Reboot Status Menu - Status : Running Status Menu + Log Menu Item Setting of the encoding bit rate/starting method of encoding/various parameters, saving and reset of the menu item setting are possible.
12 : Default setting Item Setting value Content Operate Param Menu Video Rate Asp 3-2Pulldown Audio Mode Audio Rate Start Stop 9000kbps to 20000kbps to 40000kbps When the Video Mode item in the menu is set to “1080i” 16:9 1920 × 1080 16:9 1440 × 1080 16:9 1280 × 1080 When the V ideo Mode item in the menu is set to “720p” 16:9 1280 × 720 Auto OFF Stereo Single When the Audio Mode item in the menu is set to “Stereo” 384kbps 256kbps 192kbps When the Audio Mode item in the menu is set to “Single” 192kbps 128kbps 96kbps Set the bit rate of the encoded video signal.
13 Item Setting value Content Initial Param Menu Control Mode Start Mode Sync Mode TS Rate Video Mode Audio Format Audio Input Audio ExDelay Audio Enable Local Remote Auto Manual HD-IN REF 10000kbps to 21000kbps to 50000kbps 1080i 720p MPEG DD-PT (Dolby™ Digital Pass Through) AES/EBU EMB 1ms to 10ms to 500ms ON OFF Set the operation mode of this unit.
14 Configuration Menu (continued) Item Setting value Content Initial Param Menu PSI Enable P A T TS ID PMT PID PCR PID Video PID Audio PID Video Str eam ID ON OFF 0001 to 0001 to FFFF 0010 to 0010 to 1FFE 0010 to 0101 to 1FFE 0020 to 0102 to 1FFE 0020 to 0103 to 1FFE E0 to E0 to EF Set the PSI (Program Specific Information) to ON/ OFF.
15 Configuration Menu (continued) C0 to C0 to DF OFF ON Org Copy OFF ON Org Copy Set the ID of Audio PES stream. Set the copyright flag of Video PES. OFF : Set the copyright flag of Video PES to OFF. ON : Set the copyright flag of Video PES to ON.
16 The various features of this unit can be set using the menu. The setting value, which is stored in the internal memory will reappear upon turning on the power. Example Remote control of this unit can be achieved by using the RS-232C terminal on the rear panel.
17 Basic operation Operation Flow Chart Display Flow Chart Do not turn off the power switch during “Now Initializing” dis- play. Each feature that has been set using the menu can be returned to default (factory setting). All the menu settings return to default.
18 There are 2 ways to start the encoding. One is to start the encoding automatically and the other one is to start it manually by setting the menu. Operation Flow Chart Display Flow Chart The default setting of the Start Mode item is set to “Auto” in order to start the encoding automatically.
19 Basic operation Operation Flow Chart Display Flow Chart Set the Start Mode item in the menu to “Manual” ac- cording to the procedure on ☞ Page 18 “Start the encoding automati- cally”. Operation Flow Chart Display Flow Chart The encoding will stop if menu item has been changed dur- ing manual encoding and “>Save&Reboot” has been excecuted.
20 The operation status of this unit can be confirmed from the display. Operation Flow Chart Display Flow Chart Indicate that the encoding is in process. Main Menu +Configuration Menu Main Menu +Status Menu Status Menu -Status :Running Status Menu -Status :Running Status Menu -Status :Running Status Menu -Status :Ready Status Menu -Status :Fatalerror Indicate that the encoding is in standby status.
21 Basic operation Operation Flow Chart Display Flow Chart The error occurrence can be confirmed on the display. Up to 64 occurrences can be stored. Main Menu +Configuration Menu Main Menu +Status Menu Status Menu -Status :Running Status Menu +Log 00:Feb07 14:06 0001 -system boot Chec king Err or Log Press the ENTER button Main Menu screen will be displayed.
22 The information regarding built-in program or firmware version can be obtained from the Administration Menu. In addition, clock setting and the display brightness could be adjusted. * Please carry out the clock setting before use. Operation Flow Chart Display Flow Chart Main Menu +Configuration Menu Main Menu +Administration Menu Administration Menu >Time : 04/03/19 22:00 Administration Menu -Model :DM-JV600U Using the Administration Menu POWER ON OFF POWER FAULT MULTI FORMAT HIGH DEFINITION TELEVISION ENCODER ENTER ESC Display 8 / 9 / ; / : b uttons ENTER button ESC button Press the ENTER button Main Menu screen will be displayed.
23 Basic operation Item Content Model SerNo Time FL Brghtness (Initial Setting: 0) Firm Ucode Boot MISC FPGA STC FPGA I/O PWB I/O VI PLD I/O AU PLD Displays the model name. Displays the serial number. Setting the Clock. Year/Month/Day Hour : Minute (For the Year setting, only the last 2 digits of the year will be used) Setting the Display brightness.
24 The stored error log can be displayed by performing the operation on page 21 “Checking Error Log”. The error content is displayed by error code. 00 : Feb07 14 : 06 0001 -system boot a a: Error log No. b: Error occurrence date c: Error occurrence time d: Error code e: Error content * For the error content with plenty of characters, press the ; / : buttons to scroll the display.
25 Others Error code:Error content 0002: parameter error 0008: FAN stop error 0009: FAN stop error recover 001a: FAN stop timeout error 0013: hardware fatal error 0014: software fatal error 0015: system boot fatal error 0044: video frame interrupt timeout error 0045: video frame interrupt timeout error recover 0060: domino chip running error 0061: domino chip running error recover 0072: domino chip boot fatal error 0073: domino chip running fatal error 00a0: enc software video input error 00a1: enc software video input error recover 00a2: enc software video running error 00a3: enc software video running error recover 00a8: enc software audio input error 00a9: enc software audio input error recover 00aa: enc software audio running error 00ab: enc software audio running error recover Cause of error The content of the internal parameter (default parameter and others) is ab- normal.
26 It is required to convert the video signal (Pulldown) in order to view the image recorded with 24 frames per second such as movie film on a system for HDTV video signal that is 30 frames per second (60 field) used in TV broadcasting. Normally, HDTV VTR utilize 3 - 2 Pulldown (Telecine) method to achieve image signal conversion before recording on tape.
27 Video input HD SDI IN × 1 Audio input AES/EBU IN × 1 Synchronized input REF IN × 1 Video output MONITOR OUT × 1 ASI OUT × 2 Dolby™ Digital(AC-3) Pass Through Interface Power supply Power consumption Allowable operating temperature Allowable storage temperature Allowable operating humidity Mass Instruction Manual .
DM-JV600U HDTV ENCODER VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED is a registered trademark owned b y VICTOR COMP ANY OF JAP AN, L TD . is a registered trademark in Japan, the U .
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