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PDF Content Summary: HD CAMERA CONTROL UNIT HDCU2000 HDCU2500 4K/HDR PROCESSOR BOARD HKCU2040 3G/HD SDI OUTPUT EXPANSION UNIT HKCU2007 SD ENCODER UNIT HKCU1001 MULTI INTERFACE UNIT HKCU1003 OPERATION MANUAL [English] 1st Edition (Revised 5) Table of Contents Overview .....................................................................3 System Configuration................................................5 Basic System Components ............................................. 5 System Operation Example............................................. 6 Locations and Functions of Parts ............................7 HDCU2000 Front Panel .................................................. 7 HDCU2000 Rear Panel ................................................... 9 HDCU2500 Front Panel ................................................ 12 HDCU2500 Rear Panel ................................................. 14 Internal Switches ........................................................... 16 HKCU2040 4K/HDR Processor Board (optional) .......... 16 HKCU2007 3G/HD SDI Output Expansion Unit (optional) .................................................................... 16 HKCU1001 SD Encoder Unit (optional) ........................ 17 HKCU1003 Multi Interface Unit (optional) ..................... 17 Connections and Settings.......................................20 Fiber Transmission System of Dual Link Format .......... 20 COAXIAL Connection System....................................... 22 Dual-Camera System .................................................... 23 Sub-Camera System ..................................................... 24 4K/HDR output system.................................................. 25 Status Display ..........................................................27 Displaying the Status Screen ........................................ 27 Status Display Screen ................................................... 27 Setup Menu...............................................................32 Changing Menu Item Settings ....................................... 32 Menu Tree..................................................................... 34 Menu List....................................................................... 37 Appendix...................................................................53 Notes on Use................................................................. 53 Error Messages ............................................................. 53 Specifications...........................................................54 HDCU2000 .................................................................... 54 HDCU2500 .................................................................... 55 HKCU2040 (optional) .................................................... 57 HKCU2007 (optional) .................................................... 57 HKCU1001 (optional) .................................................... 57 HKCU1003 (optional) .................................................... 58 2

Overview The HDCU2000/2500 Camera Control Unit is connected to a Sony HD-series high-definition video camera. It carries out signal processing and provides an interface for external equipment. This unit features standard 3G optical transmission, and when used with an HDC2000/2500 series camera, can standard slow motion play via 2× recording speed, a 1080/59.94P, 50P recording subcamera system and more. This unit may be combined with an MSU-1000 series Master Setup Unit (optional) or an RCP-1000 series Remote Control Panel (optional) to form a camera control system. Further, a system capable of controlling multiple video cameras can be configured by adding a CNU-700 Camera Command Network Unit. The HDCU2000/2500 has the following major features. Front panel for increased usefulness The HDCU2000/2500 features a design that places menu operation switches and status LEDs related to optical transmission, etc., on the front panel. These were moved from under the cover of the HDCU1000/1500’s front panel, providing even greater convenience. Multiple video inputs and outputs The HDCU2000/2500 features the following standard-feature signal input/output ports. HDCU2000 • Eight SDI outputs (Four 3G/HD switchable outputs, four HD/ SD switchable outputs) • Four 3G/HD/SD-SDI return inputs • Four SD analog return inputs • Two teleprompter inputs • One HD TRUNK output • One HD prompter input HDCU2500 • Seven SDI outputs (Three 3G/HD switchable outputs, four HD/SD switchable outputs) • Three 3G-SDI/HD-SDI/SD-SDI/SD analog return inputs • One teleprompter input • One HD TRUNK output • One HD prompter input In addition, a variety of input/output interfaces are offered via optional installable boards. HKCU2040 4K/HDR Processor Board This provides functions, such as changing the resolution from the HD camera signal to 4K video, or video processing with the high dynamic range (HDR)*1. 4K video can be output via the Multi-Link 3G-SDI signal or 12G-SDI signal*2, or HD video can be output via the 3G-SDI signal or HD-SDI signal. *1 The high dynamic range (HDR) function will be supported by the software version V3.10 or higher. *2 12G-SDI output will be supported by the software version V3.30 or higher. HKCU2007 3G/HD SDI Output Expansion Unit This provides four 3G-SDI or HD-SDI outputs. With multiple boards of this type installed, the HDCU2000/ 2500 outputs up to 16 (HDCU2000) or seven (HDCU2500) 3G-SDI/HD-SDI signals. HKCU1001 SD Encoder Unit Installing this board makes it possible to output SD analog composite signals (NTSC/PAL), SD picture monitor signals and SD waveform monitor signals. HKCU1003 Multi Interface Unit This board consists of 3 types of VDA boards, and makes the following input/output signals possible: • Frame reference input and output to lock 2-3 pull-down sequence • SD analog component signal (RGB or Y/R-Y/B-Y) or SD analog composite signal output • SD analog composite signal (NTSC/PAL) output, SD picture monitor signal output, SD waveform monitor signal output External reference signals The HDCU2000/2500 can be locked to an external reference signal. Either an HD tri-level sync signal or an SD sync (black burst) signal may be used as the reference signal. Built-in down converter When the system is operating at a 59.94/50 Hz field frequency, HD signals can be converted to SD component SDI signals using the down converter. The output signal aspect ratio may be set to 4:3 edge crop, 16:9 squeeze, or letter box. The down converter has image enhancement, gamma control, and matrix ON/OFF features, and can be controlled externally. Built-in simplified up converter The HDCU2000/2500 has a simplified up converter to allow monitoring of SD signal return video using an HD viewfinder. The aspect ratio of the return video signal may be set to 4:3 edge crop, 16:9 squeeze, or letter box. 3G Digital Optical Transfer The HDCU2000/2500 may be connected to a camera using an optical fiber cable (two single-mode optical fiber lines, two power lines and two control lines) for the transmission of digital video, audio, and control signals. By connecting together optical fiber cables, signals may be transmitted up to a maximum of 4,000 meters (13,100 feet) (HDCU2000)/2,000 meters (6,600 feet) (HDCU2500). The maximum length of the cable supplying power varies with the camera system configuration and with the type of optical fiber cable. The HDCU2000/2500 supports standard 3G digital optical transfer, and when used with an HDC2000/2500 series camera, can support standard slow motion play via 2× recording speed, 1080/59.94P, 50P recording and more via just one optical cable. The HDCU2000/2500 can also be connected to the HDC1000/ 1500 series cameras.

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Network TRUNK function The HDCU2000/2500 can transmit data at up to 1 gigabit using the network TRUNK function (via the LAN port). Network-controllable camera peripheral devices connected to the HDC2000/2500 series camera can communicate with the HDCU2000/2500-connected network controller, as well as utilize IP network cameras as sub-cameras. This function allows for current and future compatibility with a multitude of applied system configurations. HD TRUNK function The new HD TRUNK function uses 3G optical transmission. HD-SDI-equivalent digital data separate from an HD-SDI video signal can be sent from an HDC2000/2500 series camera to the HDCU2000/2500. Available only when set to single link format. HD prompter function The new HD prompter function uses 3G optical transmission. HD-SDI-equivalent digital data separate from a return video signal can be sent from the HDCU2000/2500 to an HDC2000/ 2500 series camera. Safety-oriented power supply The HDCU2000/2500 is designed for safety. When the power is turned on, a low voltage is supplied at first. Only after it has been verified that an appropriate camera is attached, the normal 240 V AC (HDCU2000) or 180 V DC (HDCU2500) power supply is activated. The power is not supplied unless a camera is connected via an optoelectric cable. Also, the HDCU2000/2500 is equipped with an alarm indicator to warn of open or short circuits in the cable. Wide range of audio functions This unit has connectors for two-channel analog audio outputs, a digital audio output (only for the HDCU2000), and a program audio input. Further, the HDCU2000/2500 can use an intercom system with two independent channels, and supports four-wire and RTS/Clear-Com intercom systems. For information on support for RTS/Clear-Com systems, contact a Sony service or sales representative. Remote control The level and phases of this unit’s output signals can be controlled remotely by an MSU-1000 series Master Setup Unit. Microphone volume control The camera’s microphone volume can be controlled via the MIC REMOTE connector, MSU, or RCP. Character monitor signal output The results of the HDCU2000/2500 self-diagnosis and setup menu can be obtained with a text display by character signal output. Rack mountable This unit may be installed in a standard EIA 19-inch rack (three units high). (The HDCU2500 needs the RMM-301 Rack Mount Adaptor (optional).) Plug-in unit configuration Internal printed circuit boards are designed for easy plug-in and removal, which makes it easy to inspect and maintain the unit.

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System Configuration Basic System Components MSU-1000 series Master Setup Unit LAN cableHub LAN cable Camera Control Unit Camera Optical fiber cable RCP-1000 series Remote Control Panel or

HDC2500 HD Color Video Camera + HDVF-20A/200/EL20/EL30 HD Electronic Viewfinder Camera HDC2500 HD Color Video Camera + HDVF-20A/200/EL20/EL30 HD Electronic Viewfinder Optical fiber cable HDCU2000 HD Camera Control Unit Camera Control Unit HDCU2000 HD Camera Control Unit Program audio HDCU2500 HD Camera Control Unit or HDCU2500 HD Camera Control Unit Intercom system

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System Operation Example HDCU2000 HDC2500 or HD-SDI LAN cable Image monitor Video monitor LCD monitor

HDC2500 HDCU2500 HDCU2000 or HDCU2500 Hub HD-SDI CCA-5 cable CCA-5 cable LAN cable RCP-1000 series MSU-1000 series

6 Locations and Functions of Parts HDCU2000 Front Panel

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9 0 qa qs a Red tally indicator qd qf qg e INTERCOM audio input/output and control block Lights in red when this unit receives a red tally signal. When the CALL button on the MSU-1000 series Master Setup Unit, RCP-1000 series Remote Control Panel, etc., is pressed, this indicator will go out if previously lit, and light up if previously off. You can attach the supplied number plate here. b Yellow tally indicator Lights in yellow when this unit receives a yellow tally signal. c Green tally indicator Lights in green when this unit receives a green tally signal. d CCU number display The camera number set via the CCU menu is displayed. MIC/PGM (microphone/program) switch INTERCOM (intercom select) switch INTERCOM (intercom adjustment) knob INTERCOM connector • MIC/PGM (microphone/program) switch ON: Turns the headset microphone on. OFF: Turns the headset microphone off. PGM: Selects program audio output. In this mode, the INTERCOM knob adjusts the headset program audio level. • INTERCOM (intercom select) switch Selects the intercom signal input/output connection source for the INTERCOM connector on the front panel. PROD: Connects the producer line. PRIV: Blocks the connection to the producer line or engineer line, allowing private intercom talk between the CCU and the camera. ENG: Connects the engineer line. • PRIV (Private) indicator Lights when the intercom is in private mode. • INTERCOM (intercom adjustment) knob Adjusts the receiver audio level of the intercom. • INTERCOM connector (XLR 5-pin)

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Connects the intercom headset. To use a headset with a plug other than an XLR 5-pin plug, consult a Sony service or sales representative. f Optical signal reception status indicator When the two lamps on the right (green) are lighted: Reception status is excellent. When the second lamp from the right (green) is lighted: Reception status is good. When the second lamp from the left (yellow) is lighted: Reception status is low. When the lamp on the left (red) is lighted: Reception status is at the lowest level. g Status display indicator REF IN (Green): REFERENCE is being input. UNLOCK (Red): The input REFERENCE is not locked. COM ERROR (Red): There is a communication failure with the camera or other external control equipment (such as the RCP-1000 series Remote Control Panel). FAN STOP (Red): The power fan is stopped. h MENU control block DISP/MENU (display/menu) lever and indicator CANCEL/ENTER lever CONTROL knob • DISP/MENU (display/menu) lever and indicator Selects the status display or setup menu display. In setup menu mode, the indicator turns on. • CANCEL/ENTER lever In setup menu mode, used to cancel and enter settings. • CONTROL knob (rotary encoder) In status screen mode, used to change the displayed page. In setup menu mode, used to move the cursor on a page and to change menu settings. Pressing the CONTROL knob performs the same function as setting the CANCEL/ENTER lever to the ENTER position. i CABLE ALARM indicators SHORT (red): Lights in red when the power supply cord of an optical fiber cable is short to external, or two power supply cords are short. Power isn’t input to the camera when this indicator lights. OPEN (red): Lights in red when a camera isn’t connected to the CAMERA connector on the rear panel of this unit via an optical fiber cable. Flashes when the connection status of an optical fiber cable is bad. j MAIN POWER switch and indicator Turns the entire camera system on and off, including this unit, the video camera, and the RCP-1000 series Remote Control Panel connected to the REMOTE connector of this unit. Press the “?” side to turn the camera system on, and the “a” side to turn it off. The indicator lights when the power switch is turned on. k CAMERA POWER switch and indicator Turns the video camera on and off when the MAIN POWER switch is turned on. Press the top side to turn on the video camera and the bottom side to turn it off. When the CAM PW button of the remote control panel connected to this unit is set to off, this switch alone cannot be used to turn on the video camera. l Call button When pressed, this outputs a call signal to the camera and external control device (the RCP-1000 series, etc.) that are connected to this unit. Use this when you want to call and speak with the camera operator or external control device operator via intercom. m Assignable button You can set a function for this button via the CCU menu. n Network indicator Displays the network system connection status. On: When CNS SETTING in the NETWORK SETTING menu is set to either BRIDGE or MCS, this indicates that external control equipment (MSU-1000/1500 Master Setup Unit, RCP-1000-series Remote Control Panel, or other device) is connected. Flashing: When CNS SETTING in the NETWORK SETTING menu is set to either BRIDGE or MCS, this indicates a connection problem with the external control equipment (MSU-1000/1500 Master Setup Unit, RCP-1000-series Remote Control Panel, or other device). Off: When CNS SETTING in the NETWORK SETTING menu is set to either BRIDGE or MCS, this indicates that a LAN cable is not connected or that the network system connection parameters have not been set. When the CNS SETTING in the NETWORK SETTING menu is set to LEGACY, this remains turned off. o Menu lock switch This locks out operation of the front panel menu operation area.

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a Expansion slots For installation of an optional HKCU2007 3G/HD SDI Output Expansion Unit, HKCU1001 SD Encoder Unit, or HKCU1003 Multi Interface Unit. For details on installation, contact a Sony service or sales representative. b HD/SD SDI OUTPUT (SDI output connectors) area (BNC-type) The signal from the video camera may be output as two HD SDI signals or two SD-SDI signals. The signals output from the OUTPUT3 and OUTPUT4 connectors can be superimposed character and marker signals. Signals of the same format are output from the SDI 1 and SDI 2 connectors; similarly, signals of another format can be output from the SDI 3 and SDI 4 connectors. For details on settings, contact a Sony service or sales representative. c 3G/HD SDI OUTPUT (SDI output connectors) area (BNC-type) The signal from the video camera may be output as two 3G SDI signals or two HD-SDI signals. The signals output from the OUTPUT3 and OUTPUT4 connectors can be superimposed character and marker signals. Signals of the same format are output from the SDI 1 and SDI 2 connectors; similarly, signals of another format can be output from the SDI 3 and SDI 4 connectors. For details on settings, contact a Sony service or sales representative. When you exchange this slot with the optional HKCU2040 4K/ HDR Processor Board, the number of 4K output increases by one or HD output increases by four. d HD TRUNK OUT connector (BNC-type) When an HD TRUNK function-compatible camera is connected to the CAMERA connector, the HD-SDI signal input to the camera’s HD TRUNK IN connector is output from the HD TRUNK OUT connector. e HD PROMPTER IN connector (BNC-type) When an HD prompter function-compatible camera is connected to the CAMERA connector, the HD-SDI signal input to the HD PROMPTER IN connector is output from the camera’s SDI connector. Notes • Input an HD-SDI signal with a frequency synchronized to the camera control unit. • The NETWORK TRUNK function and either the HD TRUNK/ HD PROMPTER function cannot be used at the same time. f RETURN INPUT area 1 SDI 1 to 4 (3G/HD/SD-SDI return video 1/2/3/4 input) connectors (BNC-type) Four different 3G/HD/SD-SDI return video input signals may be received independently. The selection of RET 1, 2, 3, or 4 is made by the return switch of the video camera. The type of input signal on RET 1, 2, 3, and 4 may be set individually using the setup menu, or using the MSU-1000 series Master Setup Unit. The aspect ratio can also be selected for an SD signal. For details on the setup menu, contact a Sony service or sales representative. Refer also to the Master Setup Unit manual. 2 VBS 1 to 4 (VBS return video 1/2/3/4 input) connectors (BNC-type) Four different VBS return video input signals may be received independently. The selection of RET 1, 2, 3, or 4 is made by the return switch of the video camera. The type of input signal on RET 1, 2, 3, and 4 may be set individually using the setup menu, or using the MSU-1000 series Master Setup Unit. An aspect ratio may also be selected for SD signals.

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For details on setup menu operations, contact a Sony service or sales representative. Refer also to the Master Setup Unit manual. g NETWORK TRUNK connector (RJ-45 8-pin) Used for connecting the NETWORK TRUNK connector of the device connected to the camera with the network connection device. h (LAN) connector (RJ-45 8-pin) For LAN connection. Connect a LAN HUB (10BASE-T/ 100BASE-TX), using a LAN cable (shielded type of category 5 or more). i INPUT area 1 PROMPTER 1, 2 (tele-prompter input) connectors (BNC-type) Input a teleprompter signal to either of the two connectors. The input signal is output from the other connector as is (loop through output). If loop-through output is not used, terminate the unused connector at 75 ohms. If the signal used is a 1.0 Vp-p, 75-ohm signal, it may be output from the PROMPTER OUT connector of the video camera with a frequency bandwidth of 5 MHz, regardless of signal format. 2 REFERENCE connectors (BNC-type) Input an HD tri-level reference sync signal or SD reference sync signal (black burst signal, or black burst signal with 10 Field ID) to either of the two connectors. The input signal is output from the other connector as is (loop through output). If loop-through output is not used, terminate the unused connector at 75 ohms. The type of reference signal is selected using the setup menu, or using the MSU-1000 series Master Setup Unit. For details on the setup menu, contact a Sony service or sales representative. Note To use the VBS signal of the HKCU1001 SD Encoder Unit or the HKCU1003 Multi Interface Unit (when SC phase lock is required), use an SD reference sync signal (black burst signal). When black burst signal with 10 Field ID is input, REF 10F BB of OTHERS (C23) must be set to ON. j OUTPUT area 1 SYNC (sync signal output) connector (BNC-type) Used for output of SD composite sync signal or an HD tri-level sync signal from the internal sync signal generator. (Factory setting: SD composite sync) For details on signal selection, contact a Sony service or sales representative. 2 CHARACTER (character output) connector (BNC-type) Outputs the self-diagnostic results or the setup menu as an SD monochrome analog video signal. 3 AES/EBU connector (BNC-type) Outputs an AES/EBU format digital audio signal input to a video camera. k CAMERA connector (optical fiber connector) Used to connect a video camera, using an optical fiber cable. All video camera signals, including power supply, control, video, and audio, are sent and received over one optical fiber cable. Note Dust on the connection surface of the optical fiber cable may result in transmission errors. When not connected, always cover the end of the connector with the supplied cap. l INTERCOM/TALLY/PGM (intercom/tally/program audio) connector (D-sub 25-pin) Used for input and output of intercom, tally, and program audio signals. Connect to the intercom/tally/program audio connector of the intercom system. Flag function: 10-pin is assigned for the output pin of the Flag function. m MIC REMOTE (microphone remote) connector (D-sub 15-pin) Using this connector, the video camera’s microphone input level may be set by external equipment such as an audio mixer, in five level (–60, –50, –40, –30, and –20 dB). When shooting, set the volume to a level appropriate for the audio conditions. This connector also outputs red, green and yellow tally signals. The microphone input level may also be set using the setup menu or an RCP. For details on the setup menu, contact a Sony service or sales representative. n WF REMOTE (waveform monitor remote) connector (D-sub 15-pin) Used to attach to the appropriate connector on a recall-type waveform monitor when operating the waveform monitor display using an MSU-1000 series Master Setup Unit or an RCP-1000 series Remote Control Panel. On the recall-type waveform monitor, set/preset the display mode to waveform monitor, and then select (recall) that mode externally. For details on these operations, refer to the Master Setup Unit or Remote Control Panel manuals. o TRUNK LINE connector (D-sub 9-pin, RS-232C standard) Used to connect to the CCU connector on a video camera via an RS-232C interface. Used mainly for communication with equipment on the camera side. Communication with up to two channels is available. p RCP/CNU connector (round 8-pin) Used to connect to an MSU-1000 series Master Setup Unit, CNU-700 Camera Command Network Unit, or RCP-1000 series Remote Control Panel via a CCA-5 Connection Cable. Control signals are sent and received via this connector. When using an RCP-1000 series unit, power is also supplied. q I/O PORT connector (D-sub 15-pin) Used for remote control using an external control device.

10 Note Use of a D-sub case wider than 42 mm can cause interference at connectors 2, 4, 5. It is recommended that you use a JAE-made DA-C1-J10. r AUX REMOTE connector (round 8-pin) This is used to connect a sub-camera RCP for operating a sub-camera. s TRUNK A connector (round 12-pin) Used to connect to the CCU connector on a video camera via an RS-232C or RS-422A interface. Communication with up to two channels is available. t AUDIO OUT CH1, CH2 (audio output 1, 2) connectors (XLR 3-pin) Used for output of the audio signal to the AUDIO IN connectors of the video camera. u SPARE connector (BNC-type) Reserved for future use. v AC IN (AC power input) connector Use the specified AC power cord to connect to an AC power supply. The AC power cord can be secured to this unit, using the plug holder (optional). 11

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0 qs qa a Red tally indicator qd qf When the second lamp from the right (green) is lighted: Lights in red when this unit receives a red tally signal. When the CALL button on the MSU-1000 series Master Setup Unit, RCP-1000 series Remote Control Panel, etc., is pressed, this indicator will go out if previously lit, and light up if previously off. You can attach the supplied number plate here. b Yellow tally indicator Lights in yellow when this unit receives a yellow tally signal. c Green tally indicator Lights in green when this unit receives a green tally signal. d CCU number display The camera number set via the CCU menu is displayed. e Optical signal reception status indicator This indicates the camera and CCU’s optical signal reception status when performing optical transmissions. When the two lamps on the right (green) are lighted: Reception status is excellent. Reception status is good. When the second lamp from the left (yellow) is lighted: Reception status is low. When the lamp on the left (red) is lighted: Reception status is at the lowest level. f MENU control block DISP/MENU (display/menu) lever and indicator CANCEL/ENTER lever CONTROL knob • DISP/MENU (display/menu) lever and indicator Selects the status display or setup menu display. In setup menu mode, the indicator turns on. • CANCEL/ENTER lever In setup menu mode, used to cancel and enter settings. • CONTROL knob (rotary encoder) In status screen mode, used to change the displayed page. In setup menu mode, used to move the cursor on a page and to change menu settings. Pressing the CONTROL knob

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performs the same function as setting the CANCEL/ENTER lever to the ENTER position. g CABLE ALARM indicators OPEN (red): Lights in red when a camera isn’t connected to the CAMERA connector on the rear panel of this unit via an optical fiber cable. Flashes when the connection status of an optical fiber cable is bad. SHORT (red): Lights in red when the power supply cord of an optical fiber cable is short to external, or two power supply cords are short. Power isn’t input to the camera when this indicator lights. h POWER switch and indicators Turns the entire system on and off, including this unit, the video camera, and the RCP-1000 series Remote Control Panel connected to the REMOTE connector of this unit. The MAIN indicator and the CAM indicator light when the power switch is turned on. Pressing the CAM PW button of the master setup unit and the remote control panel turns off the video camera only, and only the CAM indicator turns off. Note In order for the power supply to supply the unit with the necessary power to start up, energy is consumed even when this switch is set to OFF. i INTERCOM audio input/output and control block MIC/PGM (microphone/program) switch INTERCOM (intercom select) switch INTERCOM (intercom adjustment) knob INTERCOM connector (XLR 5-pin) • MIC/PGM (microphone/program) switch ON: Turns the headset microphone on. OFF: Turns the headset microphone off. PGM: Selects program audio output. In this mode, the INTERCOM knob adjusts the headset program audio level. • INTERCOM (intercom select) switch Selects the intercom signal input/output connection source for the INTERCOM connector on the front panel. PROD: Connects the producer line. PRIV: Blocks the connection to the producer line or engineer line, allowing private intercom talk between the CCU and the camera. ENG: Connects the engineer line. • PRIV (Private) indicator Lights when the intercom is in private mode. • INTERCOM (intercom adjustment) knob Adjusts the receiver audio level of the intercom. • INTERCOM connector (XLR 5-pin) Connects the intercom headset. To use a headset with a plug other than an XLR 5-pin plug, consult a Sony service or sales representative. j Network indicator Displays the network system connection status. On: When CNS SETTING in the NETWORK SETTING menu is set to either BRIDGE or MCS, this indicates that external control equipment (MSU-1000/1500 Master Setup Unit, RCP-1000-series Remote Control Panel, or other device) is connected. Flashing: When CNS SETTING in the NETWORK SETTING menu is set to either BRIDGE or MCS, this indicates a connection problem with the external control equipment (MSU-1000/1500 Master Setup Unit, RCP-1000-series Remote Control Panel, or other device). Off: When CNS SETTING in the NETWORK SETTING menu is set to either BRIDGE or MCS, this indicates that a LAN cable is not connected or that the network system connection parameters have not been set. When the CNS SETTING in the NETWORK SETTING menu is set to LEGACY, this remains turned off. k Call button When pressed, this outputs a call signal to the camera and external control device (the RCP-1000 series, etc.) that are connected to this unit. Use this when you want to call and speak with the camera operator or external control device operator via intercom. l Menu lock switch This locks out operation of the front panel menu operation area. m Assignable button You can set a function for this button via the CCU menu. n Status display indicator REF IN (Green): REFERENCE is being input. UNLOCK (Red): The input REFERENCE is not locked. COM ERROR (Red): There is a communication failure with the camera or other external control equipment (such as the RCP-1000 series Remote Control Panel). FAN STOP (Red): The power fan is stopped.

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qa qs a Expansion slots qd qj qf qg qh qk The input signal is output from the other connector as is (loop For installation of an optional HKCU2007 3G/HD SDI Output Expansion Unit, HKCU1001 SD Encoder Unit, or HKCU1003 Multi Interface Unit. For details on installation, contact a Sony service or sales representative. b HD/SD SDI OUTPUT (SDI output connectors) area (BNC-type) The signal from the video camera may be output as two HD SDI signals or two SD-SDI signals. The signals output from the OUTPUT3 and OUTPUT4 connectors can be superimposed character and marker signals. Signals of the same format are output from the SDI 1 and SDI 2 connectors; similarly, signals of another format can be output from the SDI 3 and SDI 4 connectors. For details on settings, contact a Sony service or sales representative. When you exchange this slot with the optional HKCU2040 4K/ HDR Processor Board, the number of 4K output increases by one or HD output increases by four. c REFERENCE connectors (BNC-type) Input an HD tri-level reference sync signal or SD reference sync signal (black burst signal, or black burst signal with 10 Field ID) to either of the two connectors. through output). If loop-through output is not used, terminate the unused connector at 75 ohms. The type of reference signal is selected using the setup menu, or using the MSU-1000 series Master Setup Unit. For details on the setup menu, contact a Sony service or sales representative. Note To use the VBS signal of the HKCU1001 SD Encoder Unit or the HKCU1003 Multi Interface Unit (when SC phase lock is required), use an SD reference sync signal (black burst signal). When black burst signal with 10 Field ID is input, REF 10F BB of OTHERS (C23) must be set to ON. d HD TRUNK OUT connector (BNC-type) When an HD TRUNK function-compatible camera is connected to the CAMERA connector, the HD-SDI signal input to the camera’s HD TRUNK IN connector is output from the HD TRUNK OUT connector. e HD PROMPTER IN connector (BNC-type) When an HD prompter function-compatible camera is connected to the CAMERA connector, the HD-SDI signal input to the HD PROMPTER IN connector is output from the camera’s SDI connector.

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Note Input an HD-SDI signal with a frequency synchronized to the camera control unit. f PROMPTER (tele-prompter) connectors (BNC-type) Input a teleprompter signal to either of the two connectors. The input signal is output from the other connector as is (loop through output). If loop-through output is not used, terminate the unused connector at 75 ohms. If the signal used is a 1.0 Vp-p, 75-ohm signal, it may be output from the PROMPTER OUT connector of the video camera with a frequency bandwidth of 5 MHz, regardless of signal format. RET4 (return video input 4) When required, either of the PROMPTER connectors can be assigned for the fourth return video input, exclusively for analog VBS signals. For details on settings, contact a Sony service or sales representative. g NETWORK TRUNK connector (RJ-45 8-pin) Used for connecting the NETWORK TRUNK connector of the device connected to the camera with the network connection device. h (LAN) connector (RJ-45 8-pin) For LAN connection. Connect a LAN HUB (10BASE-T/ 100BASE-TX), using a LAN cable (shielded type of category 5 or more). i AUDIO OUT CH1, CH2 (audio output 1, 2) connectors (XLR 3-pin) Used for output of the audio signal to the AUDIO IN connectors of the video camera. j CAMERA connector (optical fiber connector) Used to connect a video camera, using an optical fiber cable. All video camera signals, including power supply, control, video, and audio, are sent and received over one optical fiber cable. Note Dust on the connection surface of the optical fiber cable may result in transmission errors. When not connected, always cover the end of the connector with the supplied cap. k INTERCOM/TALLY/PGM (intercom/tally/program audio) connector (D-sub 25-pin) Used for input and output of intercom, tally, and program audio signals. Connect to the intercom/tally/program audio connector of the intercom system. Flag function: 10-pin is assigned for the output pin of the Flag function. l SDI1, SDI2, SDI3 (serial digital interface output 1, 2, 3) connectors (BNC-type) The signal from the video camera may be output as two 3G SDI or HD-SDI signals. The SDI1 connector and the SDI2 connector output the same format signal. The signal output from the SDI3 (MON) connector can be a superimposed character or marker signal. m RET1, RET2, RET3 (return video input 1, 2, 3) connectors (BNC-type) • Three different return video input signals may be received independently. • The selection of the return video input signal is made by the return video switch of the video camera. • The input signal may be set to 3G-SDI, HD-SDI, SD-SDI, or analog VBS, using the setup menu, or using the MSU-1000 series Master Setup Unit. For details on the setup menu, contact a Sony service or sales representative. Refer also to the Master Setup Unit manual. n RCP/CNU connector (round 8-pin) Used to connect to an MSU-1000 series Master Setup Unit, CNU-700 Camera Command Network Unit, or RCP-1000 series Remote Control Panel via a CCA-5 Connection Cable. Control signals are sent and received via this connector. When using an RCP-1000 series unit, power is also supplied. o MIC REMOTE (microphone remote) connector (D-sub 15-pin) Using this connector, the video camera’s microphone input level may be set by external equipment such as an audio mixer, in five level (–60, –50, –40, –30, and –20 dB). When shooting, set the volume to a level appropriate for the audio conditions. This connector also outputs red, yellow and green tally signals. When DSUB-15 in the CCU CONFIGURATION menu is set to WF REMOTE and an MSU-1000 series Master Setup Unit or an RCP-1000 series Remote Control Panel is used to remotely control a waveform monitor display, use a connector that is compatible with recall-type waveform monitors. On the recall-type waveform monitor, set/preset the display mode to waveform monitor, and then select (recall) that mode externally. The microphone input level may also be set using the setup menu. For details on the setup menu, contact a Sony service or sales representative. p CHARACTER/SYNC connector (BNC-type) Outputs the self-diagnostic results or the setup menu as an SD monochrome analog video signal. When CHARA/SYNC in the CCU CONFIGURATION menu is set to SYNC, this can also be used as a SYNC connector. SD composite sync or an HD3 synchronous signal will be output from the internal sync signal generator. (The default is set to SD composite sync.) For details on signal selection, contact a Sony service or sales representative. q TRUNK A connector (round 12-pin) Used to connect to the CCU connector on a video camera via an RS-232C or RS-422A interface. Communication with up to two channels is available. r AC IN (AC power input) connector Use the specified AC power cord to connect to an AC power supply. The AC power cord can be secured to this unit, using the plug holder (optional).

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Internal Switches Note To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire or injury, do not open the cabinet. To adjust the internal settings, refer to qualified service personnel. There are no internal switches on HDCU2000. HDCU2500 Internal Switches The following switches are located inside the unit, behind the front panel: DIF-247 Board SDI OUT 1 2 3 4 1

1 a Internal main power switch When an abnormality has occurred, and power cannot be cut off with the POWER switch on the front panel, you may turn off the unit using the internal main power switch. When the switch is set to OFF, setting the POWER switch on the front panel to ON doesn’t turn on the unit. HKCU2040 4K/HDR Processor Board (optional) Note To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire or injury, do not open the cabinet. To adjust the internal settings, refer to qualified service personnel. The HKCU2040 4K/HDR Processor Board consists of a DPR front board, a DIF rear board and an HIF rear board. The HIF-57 board is required for exchanging the HIF-26 board only when HDCU2500 is installed. The number of the Quad Link 3G-SDI signal increases by one or four 12G-SDI signals as 4K outputs, or four HD outputs. For details on installation, contact a Sony service or sales representative. a SDI OUT 1, 2, 3, 4 (3G/HD serial digital interface output 1-4) connectors (BNC-type) One Quad Link 3G-SDI signal or four 12G-SDI signals can be selected as 4K output when the camera is set to 1080P(4K/ HDR). Four 3G-SDI or HD-SDI signals may be output when camera is set to others. HIF-57 Board SDI OUT 1 2 1 3 4 a SDI OUT 1, 2, 3, 4 (3G/HD serial digital interface output 1-4) connectors (BNC-type) The signal from the video camera may be output as four 3G SDI or HD-SDI signals. HKCU2007 3G/HD SDI Output Expansion Unit (optional) Note To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire or injury, do not open the cabinet. To adjust the internal settings, refer to qualified service personnel. The HKCU2007 3G/HD SDI Output Expansion Unit consists of a DRX front board and an HIF rear board.

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When these boards are installed in the front and rear expansion slots of the unit, the number of 3G/HD-SDI output connectors increases by four. These can also be installed on HDCU2000/2500’s expansion slots. The format of SDI signals output via each upper/lower pair of connectors on the HIF board can be set. For details on installation, contact a Sony service or sales representative. HIF-57 Board SDI OUT 1 2 VDA-A Board VDA-A VBS 1 2 PIX OUT WF OUT 1 2 3

3 4 a VBS 1, 2 (composite video output 1, 2) connectors (BNC-type) 1 The signal from the video camera may be output as two analog composite signals. b PIX OUT (picture monitor output) connector (BNC type) Outputs the video signal for a picture monitor selected with the PICTURE MONITOR button of an RCP-1000 series Remote Control Panel or MSU-1000 series Master Setup Unit.

a SDI OUT 1, 2, 3, 4 (3G/HD serial digital interface output 1-4) connectors (BNC-type) The signal from the video camera may be output as four 3G SDI or HD-SDI signals. HKCU1001 SD Encoder Unit (optional) Note To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire or injury, do not open the cabinet. To adjust the internal settings, refer to qualified service personnel. The HKCU1001 consists of an EN-A front board and a VDA-A rear board. When these boards are installed in the front and rear expansion slots of the unit, the unit outputs SD composite signals, waveform monitor output signals, and picture monitor output signals through the VDA-A board’s connectors. For details on installation, contact a Sony service or sales representative. Character signals or marker signals can be superimposed on the video signal output through this connector. For details on these operations, refer to the Master Setup Unit or Remote Control Panel manuals. c WF OUT (waveform monitor output) connector (BNC type) Outputs the video signal for a waveform monitor selected with the WF MONITOR button of an RCP-1000 series Remote Control Panel or MSU-1000 series Master Setup Unit. For details on these operations, refer to the Master Setup Unit or Remote Control Panel manuals. HKCU1003 Multi Interface Unit (optional) Note To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire or injury, do not open the cabinet. To adjust the internal settings, refer to qualified service personnel. The HKCU1003 consists of an EN-B front board and three VDA rear boards (A/B/C). When the EN-B board and one of the VDA rear boards are installed in the front and rear expansion slots of the unit, the unit inputs or outputs the following signals. • Outputs SD composite signals, waveform monitor output signals, and picture monitor output signals through a VDA A board. • Inputs/outputs the frame sequence signal when operating a 24P system through a VDA-B board.

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• Outputs analog component signals or analog composite signals through a VDA-C board. When you use either the VDA-A board or the VDA-B board, insert the EN-B board in the corresponding expansion slot on the front of the HDCU2000/2500. When either the VDA-A board or the VDA-B board is installed, you can insert the VDA C board in an expansion slot on the rear panel of the HDCU2000/2500. Don’t insert any board in the corresponding expansion slot on the front of the HDCU2000/2500. For details on installation, contact a Sony service or sales representative. VDA-A Board VDA-A VDA-B Board VDA-B FRAME REF IN OUT PIX OUT WF OUT 1 2 3

VBS 1 2 PIX OUT WF OUT a FRAME REF IN, OUT (frame reference input/output) connectors (BNC-type) Input an HD tri-level reference sync signal or SD reference 1 sync signal (black burst signal) for the sequence-lock between the camera control units, to the upper of the two connectors. The input signal is output from the lower connector as is (loop through output). 2 When not using the OUT connector, terminate it at 75 ohms. b PIX OUT (picture monitor output) connector (BNC 3 type) Outputs the video signal for a picture monitor selected with the PICTURE MONITOR button of an RCP-1000 series Remote Control Panel or MSU-1000 series Master Setup Unit.

a VBS 1, 2 (composite video output 1, 2) connectors (BNC-type) The signal from the video camera may be output as two analog composite signals. b PIX OUT (picture monitor output) connector (BNC type) Outputs the video signal for a picture monitor selected with the PICTURE MONITOR button of an RCP-1000 series Remote Control Panel or MSU-1000 series Master Setup Unit. Character signals or marker signals can be superimposed on the video signal output through this connector. For details on these operations, refer to the Master Setup Unit or Remote Control Panel manuals. c WF OUT (waveform monitor output) connector (BNC type) Outputs the video signal for a waveform monitor selected with the WF MONITOR button of an RCP-1000 series Remote Control Panel or MSU-1000 series Master Setup Unit. For details on these operations, refer to the Master Setup Unit or Remote Control Panel manuals. For details on these operations, refer to the Master Setup Unit or Remote Control Panel manuals. c WF OUT (waveform monitor) connector (BNC-type) Outputs the video signal for a waveform monitor selected with the WF MONITOR button of an RCP-1000 series Remote Control Panel or MSU-1000 series Master Setup Unit. For details on these operations, refer to the Master Setup Unit or Remote Control Panel manuals. VDA-C Board VDA-C VBS 1 R/R-Y G/Y 2 B/B-Y

18 a VBS (composite video signal output) connector (BNC type) The signal from the video camera may be output as an analog composite signal. b R/R-Y, G/Y, B/B-Y (component video signal output) connectors (BNC-type) The signal from the video camera may be output as a R/R-Y, G/Y, B/B-Y component signal or an RGB component signal. 19 Connections and Settings Fiber Transmission System of Dual Link Format The camera and the camera control unit are connected via a single optical fiber cable, and transmission is achieved at “High Bit Rate.” Connection example 1 Optical fiber cable (High Bit Rate)

MIC HDC2500 MIC HD prompter source (HD-SDI) Reference signal

PROD LEVEL PROD LEVEL

REAR ON INCOM REAR ON INCOM

FRONT OFF ENG FRONT OFF ENG

INTERCOM 1 INTERCOM 2

DC OUT EARPHONE REMOTE TRACKER CRANE PROMPTER /GEN LOCK RET CTRL CCU SDI 1 SDI OUT 1 (SLOT1) HD PROMPTER IN REFERENCE CAMERA

LINE DC IN 10.5-17V FRONT MIC +48V MIC OFF LINE AUDIO IN AES/EBU +48V MIC OFF TEST OUT

CH1 CH2 Prompter/ SDI MONI e l b a c C N B ) I D S- D H ( ) 1 T OL S

Floor monitor ( 3 TU O ID SDI OUT 2 (SLOT1) SDI OUT 4 (SLOT1) RETURN INPUT SDI 1-4 HDCU2000

S LINK-A LINK-B LINK-A LINK-B Monitor Network cable

VTR Switcher (Dual Link) (Dual Link) Hub RET (SD-SDI/HD-SDI/3G-SDI) RET (SD-SDI/HD-SDI/3G-SDI)

Settings Camera MAINTENANCE menu, <SDI OUT> page: Set SDI-1 OUT to HD PROMPTER. Camera control unit RET (SD-SDI/HD-SDI/3G-SDI) RET (SD-SDI/HD-SDI/3G-SDI) MSU-1000/1500 Master Setup Unit RCP-1500/1501/1530 Remote Control Panel

Format: Select a Dual Link format of 1080/59.94P or 1080/ 50P. 20

Connection example 2 HDC2500 Optical fiber cable (High Bit Rate) HD prompter source Reference

PROD LEVEL PROD LEVEL (HD-SDI) signal

REAR MIC ON INCOM REAR MIC ON INCOM

FRONT OFF ENG FRONT OFF ENG

INTERCOM 1 INTERCOM 2 CCU REFERENCE CAMERA

DC OUT EARPHONE REMOTE TRACKER CRANE PROMPTER /GEN LOCK HD PROMPTER IN SDI 1 SDI OUT 1

RET CTRL LINE FRONT MIC +48V MIC OFF LINE AES/EBU +48V MIC OFF TEST OUT (SLOT1)

DC IN 10.5-17V AUDIO IN CH1 CH2 SDI MONI e l b a c C NB ) I D S- D H (

Prompter/ Floor monitor SDI OUT 3 (SLOT1) Monitor RETURN INPUT SDI 1-4 Network cable HDCU2000

VTR Switcher (3G-SDI) (3G-SDI) Hub RET (SD-SDI/HD-SDI/3G-SDI) RET (SD-SDI/HD-SDI/3G-SDI)

Settings Camera MAINTENANCE menu, <SDI OUT> page: Set SDI-1 OUT to HD PROMPTER. Camera control unit RET (SD-SDI/HD-SDI/3G-SDI) RET (SD-SDI/HD-SDI/3G-SDI) MSU-1000/1500 Master Setup Unit RCP-1500/1501/1530 Remote Control Panel

Format: Select a Dual Link format of 1080/59.94P or 1080/ 50P. 21

COAXIAL Connection System The camera and the camera control unit is connected via two coaxial cables in place of an optical fiber cable, and transmission is achieved with HD-SDI. Unlike fiber transmission, Dual Link formats cannot be used. Connection example Note Do not connect an optical fiber cable in a COAXIAL connection system. If an optical fiber cable is connected, the SHORT LED of the CABLE ALARM indicators will flash on the front panel of the camera control unit.

HDC2500 PROD LEVEL BNC cable (HD-SDI) BNC cable (HD-SDI) HD TRUNK OUT HD PROMPTER IN

MIC PROD LEVEL

REAR ON INCOM REAR MIC ON INCOM

FRONT OFF ENG FRONT OFF ENG

INTERCOM 1 INTERCOM 2

DC OUT EARPHONE REMOTE TRACKER CRANE PROMPTER /GEN LOCK RET CTRL SDI 1

LINE DC IN 10.5-17V FRONT MIC +48V MIC OFF LINE AUDIO IN AES/EBU +48V MIC OFF TEST OUT SDI 2

CH1 CH2 DC power 1) SDI MONI HDCU2500

1) A dedicated power source is required for the camera. No power is supplied from the camera control unit. Settings Camera MAINTENANCE menu, <SDI OUT> page: Set COAX MODE to ON. Set SDI-2 OUT/IN to HD TRUNK/RET IN. Camera control unit Format: Select a Single Link format. CCU CONFIGURATION menu, <TRANSMIT> page: Set CABLE to COAX. 22 Dual-Camera System Two pairs of cameras and camera control units are connected via an optical fiber cable for “High Bit Rate” transmission.Notes • The primary camera and the secondary camera must be in genlock status. • Do not connect any optical fiber cable to the secondary system. Connection example Optical fiber cable (High Bit Rate)

Primary camera (HDC2500) Reference signal

MIC PROD LEVEL MIC PROD LEVEL REFERENCE CAMERA

REAR ON INCOM REAR ON INCOM

FRONT OFF ENG FRONT OFF ENG

INTERCOM 1 INTERCOM 2

DC OUT EARPHONE REMOTE TRACKER CRANE PROMPTER /GEN LOCK RET CTRL CCU SDI 1

LINE DC IN 10.5-17V FRONT MIC +48V MIC OFF LINE AUDIO IN AES/EBU +48V MIC OFF TEST OUT SDI 2

CH1 CH2 SDI MONI ) I D ) I HD TRUNK OUT BNC cables HD PROMPTER IN REFERENCE Primary camera control unit (HDCU2000)

Secondary camera (HDC2500) S- D H ( e l b a c CN (HD-SDI) BNC cable D S - D H ( e l b a c C N

MIC PROD LEVEL MIC PROD LEVEL B

REAR ON INCOM REAR ON INCOM B

FRONT OFF ENG FRONT OFF ENG HD

INTERCOM 1 INTERCOM 2 HD TRUNK PROMPTER DC OUT EARPHONE REMOTE TRACKER CRANE PROMPTER /GEN LOCK RET CTRL REFERENCE SDI 1 OUT IN

LINE DC IN 10.5-17V FRONT MIC +48V MIC OFF LINE AUDIO IN AES/EBU +48V MIC OFF TEST OUT SDI 2

CH1 CH2 DC power 1) SDI MONI Secondary camera control unit (HDCU2000) 1) A dedicated power source is required for the secondary camera. No power is supplied from the camera control unit. Settings Primary camera MAINTENANCE menu, <SDI OUT> page: Set SDI-1 OUT to HD PROMPTER. Set SDI-2 OUT/IN to HD TRUNK/RET IN. Secondary camera MAINTENANCE menu, <SDI OUT> page: Set COAX MODE to ON. Set SDI-2 OUT/IN to HD TRUNK/RET IN. Primary camera control unit Format: Set it to a Single Link format. CCU CONFIGURATION menu, <TRANSMIT> page: Set CABLE to CAMERA CABLE. Secondary camera control unit Format: Set it to a Single Link format. CCU CONFIGURATION menu, <TRANSMIT> page: Set CABLE to COAX.

23 Sub-Camera System Use an HDC-P1, etc. as the sub camera, which can be controlled via the AUX REMOTE connector of the HDCU2000.Note AES/EBU signal cannot be used between the camera and camera control unit. Connection example

Main camera (HDC2000) OUTPUT PROMPTER REMOTE 1 2 CRANE TRACKER RET DC CONTROL OUT NETWORK TRUNK SDI 1 SDI 2 SDI MONI TEST OUT SDI 2 TEST REMOTE Optical fiber cable (High Bit Rate) Sub camera signal output 2) HD TRUNK OUT CCU CAMERA

OUT BNC cable (HD-SDI) e l b a ) C N Y S- DS e l ba HDCU2000 CNU-700 RCP/CNU AUX REMOTE CCA cable

Sub camera (HDC-P1, etc.) DC power 1) c C N B SDI-1/SDI-2 GENLOCK REMOTE r o C N Y S- D H( c A CC Camera Network Unit MSU-1000/1500 Master Setup Unit CCA cable

1) A dedicated power source is required for the sub camera. No power is supplied from the camera control unit. 2) Adjust the phase of the sub camera signal output on the sub camera. If NETWORK TRUNK in <PROMPT/TRUNK 2> of the CCU CONFIGURATION menu is set to the NETWORK + VIDEO mode, the phase of the sub camera signal output is locked. Settings RCP-1000-series Remote Control Panel (for main camera) Note RCP-1000-series Remote Control Panel (for sub camera)

Main camera MAINTENANCE menu, <TEST OUT> page: Set OUTPUT to HD-SYNC or SD-SYNC. <SDI OUT> page: Set SDI-2 OUT/IN to HD TRUNK/RET IN. Sub camera Enable the genlock function. (When NETWORK TRUNK in <PROMPT/TRUNK 2> of the CCU CONFIGURATION menu is set to the NETWORK + VIDEO mode, you do not need to enable the genlock signal connection and genlock function.) To use the tally function of the sub camera, supply the tally signal directly to the sub camera. Camera control unit Format: Set it to a Single Link format. CCU CONFIGURATION menu, <PROMPT/TRUNK 1> page: Set AUX REMOTE to ENABLE.

24 4K/HDR output system Available only when a slot is installed to the HKCU2040 4K/ HDR Output Processor Board (optional). Connection example 1 Optical fiber cable (High Bit Rate)

HDC2500 HDCU2000 HD prompter source (HD-SDI) Reference signal

VTR Settings Camera Switcher (3G-SDI Quad Link) Monitor (3G-SDI Quad Link) RET (SD-SDI/HD-SDI/3G-SDI) RET (SD-SDI/HD-SDI/3G-SDI) RET (SD-SDI/HD-SDI/3G-SDI) RET (SD-SDI/HD-SDI/3G-SDI) Network cable Hub MSU-1000/1500 Master Setup Unit RCP-1500/1501/1530 Remote Control Panel

MAINTENANCE menu, <CAM MODE> page: Set CURRENT to 4K/HDR MODE (DOWNCONV INVALID). Camera control unit Format: Select a format of 1080/59.94P (4K/HDR) or 1080/ 50P (4K/HDR). SYSTEM OPERATION menu, when HDR output is selected. <4K/HDR> page: Set HDR MODE to LIVE HDR. <OUTPUT FORMAT> page: Set OETF and COLOR SPACE of HDR output. 25

Connection example 2 HDC2500 HDCU2500 Optical fiber cable (High Bit Rate) HD prompter source (HD SDI) Reference signal

VTRSwitcher (3G-SDI Quad Link) Network cable Hub Monitor (3G-SDI Quad Link)

RET (VBS/SD-SDI/HD-SDI/3G-SDI) RET (VBS/SD-SDI/HD-SDI/3G-SDI) RET (VBS/SD-SDI/HD-SDI/3G-SDI) Settings Camera MSU-1000/1500 Master Setup Unit RCP-1500/1501/1530 Remote Control Panel

MAINTENANCE menu, <CAM MODE> page: Set CURRENT to 4K/HDR MODE (DOWNCONV INVALID). Camera control unit Format: Select a format of 1080/59.94P (4K/HDR) or 1080/ 50P (4K/HDR). SYSTEM OPERATION menu, when HDR output is selected. <4K/HDR> page: Set HDR MODE to LIVE HDR. <OUTPUT FORMAT> page: Set OETF and COLOR SPACE of HDR output. 26

Status Display Camera settings Page 1

a The CCU system status can be monitored using a picture b cd monitor connected to the PIX output. For information on monitoring and changing settings, see “Setup Menu” on page 32. Displaying the Status Screen The status screen is controlled using the knob and levers in the MENU control block on the front panel. 6d B 1/2000 OFF ND:1 F:4.7 EX D.EX CC:B

DISP/MENU lever and indicator e fg a Master gain value h i

CONTROL knob To display the status screen Set the DISP/MENU lever to the DISP position. The most recently viewed status screen page is displayed (when first powered on, the camera settings page is displayed). Turning the CONTROL knob changes the displayed page. To exit the status screen display In status screen display mode, set the DISP/MENU lever to the DISP position. Status Display Screen The following information is displayed on the status display screen. • Camera settings • System status • CCU hardware diagnostics • Camera system diagnostics • Network diagnostics • CCU AT board diagnostics • CCU AVP board diagnostics • CCU DTX board diagnostics • Status of the boards inserted in Slot1 to 6 • CCU SDP board diagnostics • Camera hardware diagnostics • ROM version information for major components Video output signal gain (dB units) b Shutter speed/Clear scan frequency Shutter speed value. When ECS is on, the clear scan frequency is displayed. c Shutter/ECS Shutter/ECS on/off indicator d Camera auto control information area Top: Displays the Auto Setup category and execution status Bottom: Displays the execution item e ND filter Current ND filter selection f F-stop value Lens F-stop value (iris value) g EX (lens extender) Lens extender indicator h D.EX Digital lens extender indicator i CC filter Current CC filter selection Notes • Items that are turned off using the <DISPLAY> page settings of the CCU CONFIGURATION menu are not displayed. • A “-” mark is displayed for each item when a camera is not connected. Page 2 6d B 1/2000 OFF WHT R: 0 BLK R: 0 G: 0 G: 0 B: 0 B: 0 M: 0 BLK FLR R: 0 : 0 G: 0 DTL B: 0 : 0 M: 0 ND:1 F:4.7 EX CC: A WHT: White balance R/G/B value

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BLK: Black balance R/G/B/Master value BLK γ: Black gamma value FLR: Flare balance R/G/B/Master value DTL: Detail level Page 3 SD Matrix: ON CC Reduction: ON Coring: 0 Level : 35 SD Detail: ON Level : 0 Comb : 0 Limit : 0 Lim-w : 0 Crisp : 0 Lim-b : 0 LDKnee: 0 LDGain: 0 Ratio : 0 Freq : 0 The setting status for CCU SD signals is displayed. SD Matrix: Linear matrix correction for down converter output setting SD Detail: Contour correction function for down converter output setting Note Items with no explanation are the same as those listed under “Page 1” in “Camera settings” above. System status *System Status* 1/20 Ref:HD Lock Camera :HDC2500(HB) 1080/59.94I HD Main:1080/59.94I HD Conv:------------- SD Conv:525/59.94I RET1:1080/59.94I(PsF) RET2:1080/59.94I(PsF) RET3:1080/59.94I(PsF) RET4:1080/59.94I(PsF) The model name of the camera connected to the unit, the format setting, CCU output format setting, external reference setting and return signal format setting are displayed. Ref: Reference signal format and lock status Camera: Model name of the connected camera HD Main: Return signal format HD Conv: HD up convert setting status SD Conv: SD up convert setting status RET1: Return 1 return format selection status RET2: Return 2 return format selection status RET3: Return 3 return format selection status RET4: Return 4 return format selection status CCU hardware diagnostics 2/20 ** Diagnosis ** A:AT :OK 2:DRX OK B:AVP :OK 3:DRX OK C:DTX :OK 4:RC OK D: 5:EN1-A OK 1:DRX :OK 6:EN2-B OK The name of the board connected to the unit’s front panel and that board’s self-diagnostic results are displayed. HDCU 2000 Slot A to D Slot 1 to 6 HDCU2500 Slot A to C Slot 1 to 3 Camera system diagnostics Page 1 *System Diag 1/3* 3/20 Optical Condition CAMERA OK CCU OK Fan Power OK Timer 56H CCU Power AC OK Fiber Cable 100m SerialNo 00002002 CAMERA: Camera light sensor level CCU: CCU light sensor level Fan Power: CCU power supply fan status Timer: Elapsed time since power-on CCU Power: CCU power supply type and status Fiber Cable: Cable length SerialNo: CCU serial number Page 2 *System Diag 2/3* 4/20 CAMERA Cable Connect Data OK Power OK RCP/CNU Cable Connect Data OK Power OK CAMERA Cable: Camera cable connection status CAMERA Data: Camera data transmission status CAMERA Power: Camera power supply status RCP/CNU Cable: This unit’s REMOTE connector cable connection status RCP/CNU Data: Data transmission status from a device connected to this unit’s REMOTE connector

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RCP/CNU Power: Power supply status to a device connected to this unit’s REMOTE connector Page 3 *System Diag 3/3* 5/20 Intercom CCU System Intercom MIC CAMERA ENG ON PROD OFF CAM MIC Gain Local CH1 60d B CH2 60d B Intercom CCU: CCU intercom selection status Intercom MIC CAMERA ENG: Status for the camera microphone of the ENG line (When 1CH is selected via the INTERCOM menu (C07), ---- is displayed.) Intercom MIC CAMERA PROD: Status for the camera microphone of the PROD line CAM MIC Gain: Camera microphone circuit control status CAM MIC CH1: Camera microphone circuit 1 amp gain status CAM MIC CH2: Camera microphone circuit 2 amp gain status Network diagnostics Page 1 *Network Diag 1/3* 6/20 MacAddress 00014A-xxxxxx Auto Negotiation: ON Auto MDIX : ON Connect Speed : 100M Duplex Mode : FULL MDI/MDIX Select : MDIX Link Status :OK MacAddress: CCU MAC address Auto Negotiation: Auto negotiation setting status Auto MDIX: Auto-MDIX setting status Connect Speed: Connection speed setting status Duplex Mode: Communication method setting status MDI/MDIX Select: Communications port wiring configuration selection status Link Status: LAN connection status Page 2 *Network Diag 2/3* 7/20 CNS Mode : MCS CCU No. : (1) Master IP Address 192.168. 0.100 CNS Mode: REMOTE and LAN connectors mode setting status CCU No.: CCU number setting status Master IP Address: Master device IP address Page 3 *Network Diag 3/3* 8/20 IP Addr :192.168. 0.101 NetMask :255.255.255. 0 Def GW :192.168. 0.254 IP Addr: CCU IP address setting status NetMask: CCU subnet mask setting status Def GW: CCU default gateway setting status CCU AT board diagnostics *AT Diag* 9/20 System Frequency:1.001 CAM Format Setting 1080/59.94P Reference :HD Remote Line Delay :Line(90H) Power Supply:OK PLD Version :4.00 Done VIF Power :OK System Frequency: System frequency CAM Format Setting: Camera format setting status Reference: Reference signal setting status Line Delay: HD-SD delay setting status Power Supply: Status of power supply to the AT board PLD Version: AT board PLD version VIF Power: Status of power supply to the VIF board CCU AVP board diagnostics *AVP Diag* 10/20 Front Power:OK PLD Version:1.00 Done ADO Power :OK Front Power: Status of power supply to the AVP board PLD Version: AVP board PLD version ADO Power: Status of power supply to the ADO board

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CCU DTX board diagnostics *DTX Diag* 11/20 Return Delay :F/S Active Ret CH :2CH Front Power:OK PLD Version:1.00 Done Rear:SDI Power:OK Return Delay: Return delay setting status Active Ret CH: The selected RET channel Front Power: Status of power supply to the DTX board PLD Version: DTX board PLD version Rear: Name of the board installed in the rear expansion slot Power: Status of power supply to the board installed in the rear expansion slot Status of the board inserted in Slot1 *Slot1 Diag* 12/20 1&2: 1080/59.94I 3&4:M1080/59.94I HD CB:BAR 16:9(100%) Front:DRX Power:OK PLD Version:1.00 Done Rear :HIF Power:OK When the HKCU2040 board is installed *Slot1 Diag* 12/20 1&2: 4K/59.94P(12G) 3&4: 4K/59.94P(12G) HD CB:BAR 16:9(100%) SDI Out 1 2 3 4 Status: OK OK OK OK Front:DPR Power:OK PLD Version:1.00 Done 2.00 Rear :DIF Power:OK 1 & 2: Output format of Output 1 & 2 3 & 4: Output format of Output 3 & 4 HD CB: The output color bar signal Status: SDI output status of each connector Front: Status of power supply to the board installed in option slot 1 and the board name PLD Version: PLD version of the board installed in option slot 1 and the board name Rear: Status of power supply to the rear board and board name Note The items displayed differ depending on board connected to the expansion slot. Status of the board inserted in Slot2 *Slot2 Diag* 13/20 1&2: 1080/59.94I 3&4:M1080/59.94I HD CB:BAR 16:9(100%) SD CB:SMPTE Front:RC Power:OK PLD Version:1.00 Done Rear :HIF Power:OK 1 & 2: Output format of Output 1 & 2 3 & 4: Output format of Output 3 & 4 HD CB: The output color bar signal Front: Status of power supply to the board installed in option slot 2 and the board name PLD Version: PLD version of the board installed in option slot 2 and the board name Rear: Status of power supply to the rear board and board name Note The items displayed differ depending on board connected to the expansion slot. Status of the board inserted in Slot3 *Slot3 Diag* 14/20 Front:None Power:OK PLD Version:1.00 Done Rear :HIF Power:OK The setting status of the board installed in Slot3 (front/rear) is displayed. Note The items displayed differ depending on board connected to the expansion slot. Status of the board inserted in Slot4 (HDCU2000 only) *EN-A(Slot4) Diag* 15/20 Front:EN1-A Power:OK PLD Version:1.00 Done Mode :Normal Rear:VDA-A Power:OK The setting status of the board installed in Slot4 (front/rear) is displayed.

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Note The items displayed differ depending on board connected to the expansion slot. Status of the board inserted in Slot5 (HDCU2000 only) *EN-B(Slot5) Diag* 16/20 Sub-Ref:None Unknown Front:EN2-B Power:OK PLD Version:1.00 Done Rear:VDA-B Power:OK The setting status of the board installed in Slot5 (front/rear) is displayed. Note The items displayed differ depending on board connected to the expansion slot. Status of the board inserted in Slot6 (HDCU2000 only) *Slot-6 Diag* 17/20 Front None Rear :-------- The setting status of the board installed in Slot6 (front/rear) is displayed. Note The items displayed differ depending on board connected to the expansion slot. CCU SDP board diagnostics *SDP Diag* 18/20 Power:OK PLD Version:1.00 Done Power: Status of power supply to the SDP board PLD Version: SDP board PLD version Camera hardware diagnostics *CAMERA Diag* 19/20 ALL BOARD OK Displays the camera hardware status. ROM version information for major components *ROM Version* 20/20 CAMERA HDC2500 1.00 11.12.20 CCU HDCU2000 1.00 11.12.20 CAMERA: ROM version of the camera connected to this unit CCU: ROM version of this unit

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Setup Menu The CCU system and peripheral settings can be checked and modified using a picture monitor connected to the PIX output. Changing Menu Item Settings The menu screen is controlled using the knob and levers in the MENU control block on the front panel. Setting the CANCEL/ENTER lever to the ENTER position and pressing the CONTROL knob perform the same function. DISP/MENU lever and indicator CANCEL/ENTER lever CONTROL knob To display a menu page Set the DISP/MENU lever to the MENU position. When first powered on, the CCU MENU page is displayed. To display the CCU MENU page In menu display mode, turn the CONTROL knob to move the pointer (,) to TOP in the upper right corner of the menu page, then press the CONTROL knob. The CCU MENU showing the menu configuration is displayed. ** CCU MENU ** cSYSTEM OPERATION CCU CONFIGURATION NETWORK SETTINGS Menu name Description SYSTEM OPERATION Input/output signal format and system-related settings CCU CONFIGURATION CCU configuration settings NETWORK SETTINGS Network-related settings To select an item in the CCU MENU Turn the CONTROL knob to move the pointer (,) up/down to the desired menu item, then press the CONTROL knob. The most recently viewed page in the selected menu is displayed. To change the displayed page 1 Turn the CONTROL knob to move the pointer (,) to the page number, then press the CONTROL knob. The pointer (,) changes to a flashing question mark (?). Flashing <OUTPUT SELECT> ?S01 TOP OUTPUT:*CAMERA BAR TEST1 TEST2 PIX:*ENC R G B R&G G&B R&B RGB WFM:*ENC R G B SEQ R&G G&B R&B RGB 2 Turn the CONTROL knob to change the displayed page to the desired page, then press the CONTROL knob. The question mark (?) changes back to the pointer (,). Items on the page can now be selected and changed. To change a menu item setting If a question mark (?) is displayed beside the page number, press the CONTROL knob to restore the pointer (,). Items on the page can now be selected and changed. 1 Turn the CONTROL knob to move the pointer (,) to the desired item, then press the CONTROL knob. The pointer (,) changes to a flashing question mark (?). 2 Turn the CONTROL knob to change the setting. To cancel a changed setting Set the CANCEL/ENTER lever to the CANCEL position before pressing the CONTROL knob. The item is restored to its current setting. To suspend menu changes Set the DISP/MENU lever to the MENU position to exit the menu screen. The DISP/MENU lever can be set to the MENU position again to restart the operation. 3 Press the CONTROL knob. The question mark (?) changes back to the pointer (,), and the item setting is registered. 4 Repeat steps 1 to 3 to change other settings on the same page. To enter a character string Some menu items require a character string input. Moving the pointer (,) to an item with a character string input and pressing the CONTROL knob displays a rectangular cursor and a list of selectable characters. Turning the CONTROL knob moves the cursor between characters. The following menu item has character strings: • CCU CONFIGURATION menu t <BAR CHARACTER> page t BAR CHARACTER 1 Move the text cursor to the input position, then press the CONTROL knob. A second cursor is displayed in the character list.

32 2 Turn the CONTROL knob to move the cursor to the desired character, then press the CONTROL knob. Repeat steps 1 and 2 to enter other characters. • Select INS to insert a space character at the cursor position. • Select DEL to delete the character at the cursor position. • Select RET to return to step 1 without changing the string. • Entering the maximum number of characters (up to the right edge) moves the cursor to ESC on the lower right of the character list. 3 Turn the CONTROL knob to move the cursor to END, then press the CONTROL knob. The new input string is registered. To cancel the character string setting Turn the CONTROL knob to move the cursor to ESC, then press the CONTROL knob. To exit the menu display In menu display mode, set the DISP/MENU lever to the MENU position. 33

Menu Tree SYSTEM OPERATION menu 3D SETTINGS 3D MODE

OUTPUT SELECT (S01) GENLOCK PHASE (S02) OUTPUT PIX WFM CONTROL REFERENCE GENLOCK H STEP (S09) 3D OUTPUT 3D MONITOR POSITION MIX CHROMA DIFF MODE V SPLIT MODE BORDER LINE

C OARSE CHANNEL ID

SC PHASE 4K/HDR HDR MODE

MULTI FORMAT (S03) OUTPUT FORMAT (S04) SD ASPECT (S05) RETURN FORMAT (S06) RETURN SETUP (S07) V PHASE SUB-REF FREQUENCY HD SD CAMERA FORMAT FRAME CONVERT DELAY CCU VIDEO CONVERT 2x MODE BIT DEPTH 3G-SDI HD-SD DELAY COMPONENT CAMERA TRANSMIT SLOT1 1&2 3&4 OETF COLOR SLOT2 1&2 3&4 OETF COLOR SLOT3 SLOT4 SLOT5 SLOT6 SD ASPECT SD LB SEL H-POSITION CENTER V-POSITION CENTER H-INTERP V-INTERP RET1 RET2 RET3 RET4 AUTO SCAN LINK TO MAIN FRAME SYNCHRO RETURN BUFFER SD-RETURN (S10) SDR GAIN HDR CONTRAST BLACK OFFSET

M ATRIX

CCU VIDEO (S08) LB LINE ASPECT RETURN-TO-RETURN MODE VBS-CHROMA MONO-COLOR PHASE SATURATION

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CCU CONFIGURATION menu PROMPT/TRUNK 1 PROMPTER CH

COLOR BAR (C01) 4K/HD-BAR SEL MF CB SLOPE SD-BAR 2SI DIA MARKER BAR-CHARA GRAY MOVING SYMBOL TYPE SIZE (C10) PROMPT/TR (C11) TRUNK LINE CH IF RATE AUX REMOTE UNK 2 NETWORK TRUNK MODE RATE HD PROMPTER FRAME SYNC HD TRUNK BAR CHARACTER (C02) MONITOR 1 (C03) MONITOR 2 (C04) I/F SETUP (C05) MIC GAIN (C06) AUDIO OUT (C07) INTERCOM (C08) FRONT INCOM (C09) BAR CHARACTER ALL CLEAR CHARACTER WHITE-LEVEL BLACK-LEVEL PIX CHARACTER WHITE-LEVEL BLACK-LEVEL LEVEL GATE Y-LEVEL1 Y-LEVEL2 GATE-MARKER MODULATION MARKER BOARD SLOT1 SLOT2 SLOT3 SLOT4 SLOT5 SLOT6 DSUB-15 CHARA/SYNC REAR PREVIEW CAM MIC GAIN CH1 CH2 DELAY AES/EBU OUT ANALOG OUT CH1 LEVEL ADJUST CH2 LEVEL ADJUST INTERCOM CH SYSTEM INTERFACE PRODUCER CANCEL LVL TERMINATION ENGINEER CANCEL LVL TERMINATION PGM1 INPUT PGM2 INPUT INCOM MIC MIC TYPE VIDEO SETUP (C12) VIDEO ADJUST 1 (C13) VIDEO ADJUST 2 (C14) MENU SETTINGS (C15) DISPLAY (C16) DATE (C17) TALLY INPUT (C18) ALARM SETTINGS SETUP SD BLK CLP Q FILTER G/Y SYNC VCS RELAY VBS LEVEL CHROMA PIX LEVEL CHROMA WFM LEVEL CHROMA VBS LEVEL CHROMA PIX LEVEL CHROMA WFM LEVEL CHROMA G/Y LEVEL B/B-Y LEVEL R/R-Y LEVEL RESUME ALARM JUMP RE DIRECTION CATEGORY PAGE ITEM DATA MESSAGE MASTER GAIN EVS/SHUTTER ND FILTER CC FILTER IRIS EXTENDER DATE/TIME TIME ZONE R-TALLY G-TALLY Y-TALLY FORCE LEGACY

MIC GAIN SIDE TONE (C19) SUB REF NONE SUB REF INVALID

PGM MIX PGM SEL PGM1 LVL PGM2 LVL TRANSMIT (C20) TRANSMIT CABLE TRIAX ADAPTER TYPE MODE

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SPIRIT LEVEL INDICATOR NETWORK SETTINGS menu

(C21) REVERSE HOST IP ADDRESS IP ADDR SET

BOARD SETUP H POSITION V POSITION BOARD SELECT (N01) SUB NET MASK DEFAULT GATEWAY SET

(C22) EMBED AUDIO META DATA EMBED PAYLOAD ID INTER LOCK LAN SETTINGS (N02) AUTO NEGOTIATION AUTO MDIX CONNECT CONFIGURATION CONNECT SPEED

OTHERS (C23) ASSIGNABLE CCU NO SYNC OUT REF 10F BB CAM MENU CNS SETTINGS (N03) NETWORK RESET (N04) DUPLEX MODE MDI/MDIX SELECT LINK CONDITION SET CNS MODE MCS MODE CCU NO MASTER IP ADDRESS ALL RESET

36 Menu List Note The following conventions are used in the menu list table. Settings column values (e.g. ON, OFF, 0): Default settings Execute via ENTER: Press the CONTROL knob or move the CANCEL/ENTER lever to the ENTER position to execute. SYSTEM OPERATION menu SYSTEM OPERATION

Page name Page No. <OUTPUT SELECT> S01 Item Settings Description OUTPUT CAMERA, BAR, TEST1, TEST2 Selects the output signal. TEST1 and TEST2 are not selectable if there is no communication with the camera. Selects the PIX connector output signal. Selects the WFM connector output signal. <GENLOCK PHASE> PIX ENC, R, G, B, R&G, G&B, R&B, RGB WFM ENC, R, G, B, SEQ, R&G, G&B, R&B, RGB CONTROL (REMOTE), (LOCAL)

S02 REFERENCE (NONE), (EXT IN) Displays the status of the reference signal input. GENLOCK HD, SD This unit’s GEN LOCK mode: displays the lock status and format. HD: HD SD: SD (OK), (NG) Sets the lock status of the external reference signal. (OK): Locked (NG): Unlocked External reference signal format Displayed only when a reference signal is present.

H STEP When GENLOCK mode is HD: –3.01 to 3.45 µsec 0.00 When GENLOCK mode is SD: –8.29 to 9.48 µsec 0.00 Horizontal phase (STEP) Displays the sub-reference signal format.

COARSE –99 to 99, 0 Horizontal phase Displays the sub-reference signal format.

SC PHASE Note Displayed only when HKCU1003 is connected 0 to 359 Adjusts the subcarrier phase of the SD analog signal.

V PHASE 0 to 7 Vertical phase (line) Displays the sub-reference signal format.

SUB-REF (NONE), (EXT IN) Displayed only when a sub-reference signal is present.

Note Displayed only when HKCU1003 is connected (UNKNOWN), (Frame Gate), (HD), (SD) Sub-reference signal format display.

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SYSTEM OPERATION Page name Page No. <MULTI FORMAT> S03 Note Item Settings Description FREQUENCY HD 1.001, 1.000 Selects the operating frequency. SD (525NTSC), (625PAL)

• FREQUENCY or CAMERA FORMAT mode setting changes take effect only after the CCU power supply is turned off and then on again. • Notes when changing FORMAT When BPU is attached, confirm if the FORMAT of BPU is set correctly after changing the FORMAT of CCU. Also, when you change CAMERA FORMAT When FREQUENCY is set to 1.001: 1080/59.94I, 1080/ 29.97PsF, 1080/59.94P, 1080/ 23.98PsF, 720/59.94P, 1080/ 59.94I (RGB444), 1080/ 29.97PsF (RGB444), 1080/ 23.98PsF (RGB444), 1080/59I (2×), 720/59P (2×), 1080/59.94P (4K/ HDR) When FREQUENCY is set to 1.000: 1080/50I, 1080/25PsF, 1080/50P, 1080/24PsF, 720/50P, 1080/50I (RGB444), 1080/25PsF (RGB444), 1080/24PsF (RGB444), 1080/50I (2×), 720/50P (2×), 1080/ 50P (4K/HDR) Selects the transmission format.

the FORMAT of BPU, change the FORMAT of CCU beforehand. FRAME CONVERT DELAY CCU VIDEO CONVERT 0.8, 1.2, 1.6 Sets the output delay for framerate-converted signals. (Displayed only when FREQUENCY HD is set to 1.001.) DSB, ENB Sets video conversion. When CAMERA FORMAT is set to 1080/59.94P or 1080/50P, set to ENB to convert/output 720/59.94P or 720/50P signal from the DRX board. To set to ENB, set FRAME SYNCHRO in RETURN SETUP (S07) to ON. Tip: When CCU VIDEO CONVERT is set to ENB, the CCU internal video conversion is delayed, so adjust the camera's signal by advancing it as necessary.

2× MODE 0, 1, 2 Sets the output format to 2× frame output. The CCU output format changes. 0: Compatible with SR-R1000. 1: Compatible with servers manufactured by EVS. 2: Compatible with SRW-1/5800. Displayed only when CAMERA FORMAT is set to 1080/59.94I (2×), 1080/50I (2×), 720/59.94P (2×) or 720/50P (2×). BIT DEPTH 10bit, 12bit Sets the output bit length to RGB 4:4:4. The CCU output format changes. Displayed only when CAMERA FORMAT is set to 1080/59.94I (RGB444), 1080/29.97PsF (RGB444), 1080/23.98PsF (RGB444), 1080/50I (RGB444), 1080/25PsF (RGB444) or 1080/24PsF (RGB444). 3G-SDI Level A, Level B Selects SMPTE425 Level A or SMPTE425 Level B for 3G-SDI output. HD-SD DELAY Line (90H), Frame (1F), 0-Delay Sets the phase output for SD signals down converted from this unit’s HD signals. COMPONENT RGB, YCD Selects the component signal connector’s output format. (Displayed only when HKCU1003 is installed.) 38

SYSTEM OPERATION Page name Page No. Item Settings Description

<OUTPUT FORMAT> S04 CAMERA TRANSMIT When FREQUENCY HD is set to 1.001: 1080/59.94I, 1080/ 29.97PsF, 1080/59.94P, 1080/ 23.98PsF, 720/59.94P, 1080/59.94I (RGB444), 1080/29.97PsF (RGB444), 1080/23.98PsF (RGB444), 1080/59I (2×), 720/59P (2×), 1080/59.94P (4K/HDR) When FREQUENCY HD is set to 1.000: 1080/50I, 1080/25PsF, 1080/50P, 1080/24PsF, 720/50P, 1080/50I (RGB444), 1080/25PsF (RGB444), 1080/24PsF (RGB444), 1080/50I (2×), 720/50P (2×), 1080/ 50P (4K/HDR) SLOT1 (board name) Selects the output format. This setting works in conjunction with CAMERA FORMAT.

1&2 Output format* Selects the output format for expansion slot 1’s SDI OUT1/2 connector. 3&4 Output format* Selects the output format for expansion slot 1’s SDI OUT3/4 connector.

OETF S-Log3, HLG_BT.2100, HLG_Live, SDR Selects OETF for expansion slot 1. (Displayed only when HKCU2040 is installed.)

COLOR BT.2020, BT.709 Selects COLOR SPACE for expansion slot 1. (Displayed only when HKCU2040 is installed.) SLOT2 (board name) 1&2 Output format* Selects the output format for expansion slot 2’s SDI OUT1/2 connector. 3&4 Output format* Selects the output format for expansion slot 2’s SDI OUT3/4 connector.

OETF S-Log3, HLG_BT.2100, HLG_Live, SDR Selects OETF for expansion slot 2. (Displayed only when HKCU2040 is installed.)

COLOR BT.2020, BT.709 Selects COLOR SPACE for expansion slot 2. (Displayed only when HKCU2040 is installed.) SLOT3 (board name) Output format* Selects the output format for expansion slot 3’s SDI OUT connector. SLOT4 (board name) Output format* Selects the output format for expansion slot 4’s SDI OUT connector. (HDCU2000 only) SLOT5 (board name) Output format* Selects the output format for expansion slot 5’s SDI OUT connector. (HDCU2000 only) SLOT6 (board name) Output format* Selects the output format for expansion slot 6’s SDI OUT connector. (HDCU2000 only) 39 * Use the charts on the following as an example of how to configure these settings. The settings differ depending on the boards connected to the expansion slots. 1080/59.94I 1080/29.97PsF 1080/59.94P 1080/23.98PsF 720/59.94P 1080/59.94I (RGB444)

Slot1 1&2 1080/59.94I 1080/29.97PsF 1080/59.94P (3G) Slot1 3&4 M1080/59.94I M1080/29.97PsF 1080/59.94P (3G) Slot2 1&2 1080/59.94I 1080/29.97PsF 1080/59.94P (A) Slot2 3&4 M1080/59.94I M1080/29.97PsF C1080/59.94I (B) 1080/23.98PsF 720/59.94P 1080/59.94I (RGB444) (3G) M1080/23.98PsF M720/59.94P M1080/59.94I (RGB444) (3G) 1080/59.94I 720/59.94P 1080/59.94I (RGB444) (A) M1080/59.94I M720/59.94P C1080/59.94I (RGB444) (B)

Slot3 1&2 525/59.94I 525/29.97PsF 1080/59.94I 525/59.94I 525/59.94I 1080/59.94I Slot3 3&4 M525/59.94I M525/29.97PsF M525/59.94I M525/59.94I M525/59.94I M525/59.94I Slot4 NTSC NTSC NTSC NTSC NTSC NTSC

1080/29.97PsF (RGB444) Slot1 1&2 1080/29.97PsF (RGB444) (3G) Slot1 3&4 M1080/29.97PsF (RGB444) (3G) Slot2 1&2 1080/29.97PsF (RGB444) (A) Slot2 3&4 C1080/29.97PsF (RGB444) (B) 1080/23.98PsF (RGB444) 1080/23.98PsF (RGB444) (3G) C1080/23.98PsF (RGB444) (A) 1080/23.98PsF (RGB444) (B) M1080/59.94I (RGB444) (3G) 1080/59I (2×) 1080/59I (2×) (3G) C1080/59I (2×) (3G) 1080/59I (2×) (A) C1080/59I (2×) (B) 720/59P (2×) 720/59P (2×) (3G) C720/59P (2×) (3G) 720/59P (2×) (A) C720/59P (2×) (B) 1080/59.94P (4K/HDR) 4K/59.94P(2SI) OETF: HLG_Live COLOR: BT.2020 4K/59.94P(2SI) OETF: HLG_Live COLOR: BT.2020 1080/59.94P(3G) M1080/59.94P(3G)

Slot3 1&2 1080/29.97PsF 1080/23.98PsF 1080/59.94I 720/59.94P 1080/59.94I Slot3 3&4 M525/29.97PsF M1080/59.94I M525/59.94I M525/59.94I M525/59.94I Slot4 NTSC NTSC NTSC NTSC NTSC 1080/50I 1080/25PsF 1080/50P 1080/24PsF 720/50P 1080/50I (RGB444)

Slot1 1&2 1080/50I 1080/25PsF 1080/50P (3G) Slot1 3&4 M1080/50I M1080/25PsF 1080/50P (3G) Slot2 1&2 1080/50I 1080/25PsF 1080/50P (A) Slot2 3&4 M1080/50I M1080/25PsF C1080/50P (B) 1080/24PsF 720/50P 1080/50I (RGB444) (3G) M1080/24PsF M720/50P M1080/50I (RGB444) (3G) 1080/50I 720/50P 1080/50I (RGB444) (A) M1080/50I M720/50P C1080/50I (RGB444) (B)

Slot3 1&2 625/50I 625/25PsF 1080/50I 625/50I 625/50I 1080/50I Slot3 3&4 M625/50I M625/25PsF M625/50I M625/50I M625/50I M625/50I Slot4 PAL PAL PAL PAL PAL PAL 40

1080/25PsF (RGB444) Slot1 1&2 1080/25PsF (RGB444) (3G) Slot1 3&4 M1080/25PsF (RGB444) (3G) Slot2 1&2 1080/25PsF (RGB444) (A) Slot2 3&4 C1080/25PsF (RGB444) (B) 1080/24PsF (RGB444) 1080/24PsF (RGB444) (3G) C1080/24PsF (RGB444) (A) 1080/24PsF (RGB444) (B) M1080/50I (RGB444) (3G) 1080/50I (2×) 1080/50I (2×) (3G) C1080/50I (2×) (3G) 1080/50I (2×) (A) C1080/50I (2×) (B) 720/50P (2×) 720/50P (2×) (3G) C720/50P (2×) (3G) 720/50P (2×) (A) C720/50P (2×) (B) 1080/50P (4K/HDR) 4K/50P(2SI) OETF: HLG_Live COLOR: BT.2020 4K/50P(2SI) OETF: HLG_Live COLOR: BT.2020 1080/50P(3G) M1080/50P(3G)

Slot3 1&2 1080/25PsF 1080/24PsF 1080/50I 720/50P 1080/50I Slot3 3&4 M625/25PsF M1080/50I M625/50I M625/50I M625/50I Slot4 PAL PAL PAL PAL PAL An “M” next to the output format indicates that a cable’s character will be output with the signal. A “C” next to the output format indicates that a character will not be added. 41

SYSTEM OPERATION Page name Page No. Item Settings Description

<SD ASPECT> S05 SD ASPECT SQUEEZE, EDGE CROP, LETTER BOX Selects the SD output aspect.

SD LB SEL 16:9, 15:9, 14:9, 13:9 Selects the LETTER BOX aspect ratio. H-POSITION –99 to 99, (–99) to (99), 0 Sets the horizontal position. Settings in ( ): Displayed when SQUEEZE or LETTER BOX is selected in SD ASPECT. (Display only) CENTER ON, OFF, (ON), (OFF) Sets the horizontal centering position. Settings in ( ): Displayed when SQUEEZE or LETTER BOX is selected in SD ASPECT. (Display only) V-POSITION –99 to 99, (–99) to (99), 0 Sets the vertical position. Settings in ( ): Displayed when SQUEEZE or EDGE CROP is selected in SD ASPECT. (Display only) CENTER ON, OFF, (ON), (OFF) Sets the vertical centering position. Settings in ( ): Displayed when SQUEEZE or EDGE CROP is selected in SD ASPECT. (Display only) H-INTERP A, B, C, D, E Selects the down converter horizontal filter. V-INTERP A, B, C, D, E Selects the down converter vertical filter.

<RETURN FORMAT> RET1 When 1.001 is selected for Sets the return signal input format.

S06 RET2 RET3 RET4 FREQUENCY HD: 1080/59.94P, 1080/59.94I (PsF), 1080/23.97PsF, 720/59.94P, 525/59.94I (PsF), NTSC When 1.000 is selected for FREQUENCY HD: 1080/50P, 1080/50I (PsF), 1080/24PsF, 720/ 50P, 625/50I (PsF), PAL When 525/59.94I (PsF), NTSC, 625/50I (PsF) or PAL are selected, the following settings are available: SQUEEZE, EDGE CROP, LETTER BOX, 16:9, 15:9, 14:9, 13:9 Sets input format, aspect ratio, and letterbox mode. The following page shows selectable RETURN FORMAT settings at various OUTPUT FORMAT settings. Note RET4 for HDCU2500 is locked to NTSC or PAL.

AUTO SCAN Execute via EXEC. Automatically detects the return signal input format, and then executes. Note If the automatically detected result is invalid, the previous setting flashes for 5 seconds, and then the previous setting is maintained. LINK TO MAIN MANUAL/AUTO Sets the mode for linking the return signal to this signal. 42 OUTPUT FORMAT RETURN FORMAT 1080/59.94I 1080/59.94I (PsF), 525/59.94I (PsF), NTSC 1080/29.97PsF

1080/59.94P, 1080/59.94P (4K/HDR) 1080/59.94P, 1080/59.94I (PsF), 720/59.94P 3), 525/59.94I (PsF), NTSC

1080/23.98PsF 1080/23.98PsF, 1080/59.94I (PsF), 525/59.94I (PsF), NTSC 720/59.94P 720/59.94P, 525/59.94I (PsF), NTSC 1080/59.94I (RGB444) 1080/59.94I (PsF) (RGB444) 1) 2), 1080/59.94I (PsF), 525/59.94I (PsF), NTSC 1080/29.97PsF (RGB444) 1080/23.98PsF (RGB444) 1080/23.98PsF (RGB444) 1) 2), 1080/59.94I (PsF) (RGB444) 1) 2), 1080/23.98PsF, 1080/59.94I (PsF), 525/ 59.94I (PsF), NTSC 1080/59.94I (2x) 1080/59.94I (PsF), 525/59.94I (PsF), NTSC 720/59.94P (2x) 720/59.94P, 525/59.94I (PsF), NTSC 1080/50I 1080/50I (PsF), 625/50I (PsF), PAL 1080/25PsF

1080/50P, 1080/50P (4K/ HDR) 1080/50P, 1080/50I (PsF), 720/50P 3), 625/50I (PsF), PAL

1080/24PsF 1080/24PsF, 1080/50I (PsF), 625/50I (PsF), PAL 720/50P 720/50P, 625/50I (PsF), PAL 1080/50I (RGB444) 1080/50I (PsF) (RGB444) 1) 2), 1080/50I (PsF), 525/50I (PsF), PAL 1080/25PsF (RGB444) 1080/24PsF (RGB444) 1080/24PsF (RGB444) 1) 2), 1080/50I (PsF) (RGB444) 1) 2), 1080/24PsF, 1080/50I (PsF), 525/50I (PsF), PAL 1080/50I (2x) 1080/50I (PsF), 525/50I (PsF), PAL 720/50P (2x) 720/50P, 625/50I (PsF), PAL 1) Transfer after RGB converted to YCrCb. 2) Only 3G-SDI (SMPTE ST425-1 Level B) input is supported. 3) Selectable only when CCU VIDEO CONVERT in MULTI FORMAT (S03) is set to ENB. 43

SYSTEM OPERATION Page name Page No. <RETURN SETUP> S07 <CCU VIDEO> S08 <3D SETTINGS> S09 Item Settings Description FRAME SYNCHRO OFF, ON Set the FRAME SYNCHRO function for the return signal to on/off. RETURN BUFFER NORMAL, EXTEND Set the buffer extension function for the return signal to on/off. SD-RETURN MATRIX OFF, ON Turn the HD matrix to the SD return signal on/off. LB LINE 360, 364 Set the effective line setting for letterbox. ASPECT MANUAL, AUTO Sets the auto-linking function for this unit’s aspect setting. RETURN-TO-RETURN MODE NORMAL, SMOOTH “SMOOTH” is available when the return signal is HD SDI. VBS-CHROMA OFF, ON Turns the VBS output signal’s cross signal on/off. MONO-COLOR OFF, ON Sets the MONO COLOR function on/off. PHASE 0 to 358, 0 Adjusts the color phase for the MONO COLOR function. SATURATION –99 to 99, 0 Adjusts the color saturation for the MONO COLOR function. 3D MODE OFF, ON Turns the 3D Mode setting ON/OFF. (Available only with the HDFA-200 expansion.)

3D OUTPUT 3D MONITOR, RIGHT ONLY, LEFT ONLY 3D MONITOR SPLIT SCREEN, SIDE BY SIDE, ANAGLYPH, 50% MIX, DIFFERENCE, DIFF Y ONLY, MIRROR, CROP SPLIT, V SPLIT, CHECKER BOARD, LINE BY LINE Sets 3D Monitor output. Displays the format.

<4K/HDR> S10 (Available when an HKCU2040 board is installed) POSITION –99 to 99, 0 Sets the WIPE division ratio and MIX mix ratio. (Displayed when 3D MODE is set to ON.) MIX CHROMA ON, OFF Selects whether to display chroma information when MIX is activated. DIFF MODE L-R, R-L Switches to the difference image calculation operation. V SPLIT MODE L/R, R/L Switches the left and right sides when splitting the display. BORDER LINE OFF, ON Selects whether or not to display the boundary line when splitting the display. CHANNEL ID OFF, ON Selects whether to display the Channel ID with this line’s output. HDR MODE OFF, LIVE HDR OFF: Normal SDR shooting mode LIVE HDR: Extends the imaging dynamic range of camera and outputs enhanced HDR videos. SDR GAIN 0.0 to –15.0 dB Sets the gain for SDR output. Available only when HDR MODE is set to LIVE HDR. HDR CONTRAST 100 to 566% Displays the contrast of HDR output available when SDR GAIN is set. (Display only) Available only when HDR MODE is set to LIVE HDR. BLACK OFFSET –99.9 to 99.9, 0.0 Sets the black offset of HDR output. Available only when HDR MODE is set to LIVE HDR.

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Page name Page No. <COLOR BAR> Item Settings Description 4K/HD-BAR

C01 SEL BAR 16:9 (100%), BAR 16:9 (75%), SMPTE 16:9 (BLACK), SMPTE 16:9 (–I/Q), BAR 4:3 (100%), BAR 4:3 (75%), SMPTE 4:3 (BLACK), SMPTE 4:3 (–I/Q), MF-ARIB (75%), MF-ARIB (100%), MF-ARIB (+I), MF-SMPTE (–I,Q), MF-SMPTE (75%,Q), MF-SMPTE (100%,Q), MF-SMPTE (+I,Q), HD CUSTOM, SDI CHECK FIELD, Y RAMP, Y/C-RAMP, HD-CUSTOM2 Sets an HD output color bar.

MF CB MODIFY, EVEN Sets a multi-format color bar. SLOPE WIDE, NARROW Sets the chroma band for a color bar.

SD-BAR For NTSC: SMPTE, EIA, FULL, 95%, NTSC100%, Y/C-RAMP, Y RAMP For PAL: SMPTE, EIA, EBU, 95%, PAL100%, Y/C-RAMP, Y-RAMP Sets SD output for a color bar.

2SI DIA MARKER Note Displayed only when HKCU2040 is connected DSB, ENB DSB: Down convert and display the HD color bar. ENB: Display the set SD color bar. OFF, ON Sets diamond mark superposition on the color bar for 4K 2 sample interleave output. See “4K 2SI diamond marks” (page 46).

BAR-CHARA ON, OFF Turns the signal for characters superimposed on a color bar ON/OFF. GRAY ON, OFF ON: Gray screen output when camera power supply is off. OFF: Color bar signal output when camera power supply is off. MOVING SYMBOL ON, OFF Turns the moving symbol superimposed on the color bar ON/OFF. TYPE 0, 1, 2 Sets the symbol type. SIZE SMALL, LARGE Sets the symbol size. 45

CCU CONFIGURATION Page name Page No. Item Settings Description

4K 2SI diamond marks This function is for displaying a test pattern like the following in the area at the bottom right of the 4K color bar when 4K 2 sample interleave output. OK is displayed if the connections for Links 1 to 4 are correct, and OK is not displayed if they are incorrect. This function can be used to check the connections. Correct connections When Link 1 and Link 2 have been swapped

<BAR CHARACTER> C02 <MONITOR 1> C03 BAR CHARACTER Sets strings 1 to 12 that are superimposed on the color bar signal. ALL CLEAR Execute to clear all character strings. (Execute via ENTER.) CHARACTER Sets the MONITOR output bar character. WHITE-LEVEL 0.0 to 107.0%, 71.5 Sets the MONITOR output bar character level. BLACK-LEVEL 0.0 to 107.0% Sets the MONITOR output bar character border black level. PIX CHARACTER Sets the PIX output bar character. (Displayed only when HKCU1001/1003 is installed.) WHITE-LEVEL 0.0 to 107.0%, 75.0 Sets the PIX output bar character level. BLACK-LEVEL 0.0 to 107.0% Sets the PIX output bar character border black level.

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CCU CONFIGURATION Page name Page No. <MONITOR 2> C04 Item Settings Description LEVEL GATE ---, 1&2, 1, 2, OFF 1&2: Displays level gate 1 & 2. 1: Displays level gate 1. 2: Displays level gate 2. ---: Displayed when camera not connected, video output not set to CAMERA, or video output is set to CAMERA and GATE MARKER is ON. (Display only) Y-LEVEL1 0 to 108%, 49, 61 Sets the level gate 1 minimum and maximum detection level. –99 to 99, –25 Sets the level gate 1 zebra range. Y-LEVEL2 0 to 108%, 74, 108 Sets the level gate 2 minimum and maximum detection level. –99 to 99, –25 Sets the level gate 2 zebra range. GATE-MARKER ---, ON, OFF Sets the gate signal display to ON/OFF. ---: Displayed when a camera is not connected. –99 to 99, 0 Sets the gate signal level. MODULATION ---, ON, OFF Sets the 4:3 aspect ratio mask function to ON/OFF when EDGE CROP is set to ON. ---: Displayed when a camera is not connected. –99 to 99, 0 Sets the mask video level. MARKER ON, OFF Sets the marker signal to ON/OFF.

4:3, 13:9, 14:9, EU VISTA, VISTA, CINEMA, FOLLOW DC Selects a superimposed marker signal.

<I/F SETUP> C05 <MIC GAIN> C06 <AUDIO OUT> C07 BOARD FRONT, REAR Display only SLOT1 BOARD NAME DISPLAY Detects and displays the boards installed to the front/rear of the CCU. (Display only) SLOT2 BOARD NAME DISPLAY SLOT3 BOARD NAME DISPLAY SLOT4 BOARD NAME DISPLAY SLOT5 BOARD NAME DISPLAY SLOT6 BOARD NAME DISPLAY DSUB-15 MIC-REMOTE, WF-REMOTE Sets the output for the MIC REMOTE connector. (HDCU2500 only) CHARA/SYNC CHARACTER, SYNC Sets the output for the CHARACTER/SYNC connector. (HDCU2500 only) REAR PREVIEW MOMENTARY, TOGGLE Selects the REAR PREVIEW output operating mode. CAM MIC GAIN Sets the microphone gain. CH1 ---, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60 dB Settings vary depending on microphones. ---: Displayed when a camera is not connected. (Display only) CH2 ---, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60 dB DELAY 0 to 3840FS Sets the camera’s microphone output phase. AES/EBU OUT MIC 1/2, AES, EBU Selects the MIC OUT DIGITAL output. (HDCU2000 only) ANALOG OUT MIC 1/2, AES, EBU Selects the MIC OUT ANALOG output. CH1 LEVEL 0, +4, –20 Sets the AUDIO CH1 output level. ADJUST –99 to 99, 0 CH2 LEVEL 0, +4, –20 Sets the AUDIO CH2 output level. ADJUST –99 to 99, 0

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CCU CONFIGURATION Page name Page No. <INTERCOM> C08 <FRONT INCOM> C09 Item Settings Description INTERCOM CH 1CH, 2CH Selects the intercom channel number. SYSTEM INTERFACE PRODUCER 4WIRE, RTS, CLEAR COM Sets the producer line intercom system. CANCEL LVL –99 to 99, 0 Sets the side tone cancel level. TERMINATION (OFF), ON Connects to a 200 Ω terminator, if ON is selected while 2-wire intercom interface (RTS or CLEAR COM) is used. (OFF): Displayed when 4WIRE is selected in SYSTEM I/F. (Display only) ENGINEER 4WIRE, RTS, CLEAR COM Sets the engineer line intercom system. CANCEL LVL –99 to 99, 0 Sets the side tone cancel level. TERMINATION (OFF), ON Connects to a 200 Ω terminator, if ON is selected while 2-wire intercom interface (RTS or CLEAR COM) is used. (OFF): Displayed when 4WIRE is selected in SYSTEM I/F. (Display only) PGM1 INPUT –20, 0, +4 dBu Sets the PGM1 input level. PGM2 INPUT –20, 0, +4 dBu Sets the PGM2 input level. (MIC ON), (MIC OFF), (PGM ON) CCU front panel MIC/PGM switch position. (Display only) (PROD), (ENG), (PRIVATE) CCU front panel INTERCOM switch position. (Display only) INCOM MIC CARBON, ECM, DYNAMIC Sets the headset microphone connected to the INTERCOM connector on the front panel. CARBON: Carbon microphone (power supply, 20dB gain) ECM: Electret condenser microphone (power supply, 40dB gain) DYNAMIC: Dynamic microphone (no power supply, 60dB gain) MIC TYPE BALANCE, UNBALANCE Sets the headset microphone connected to the INTERCOM connector on the front panel. BALANCE: Balanced microphone UNBALANCE: Unbalanced microphone MIC GAIN –6dB, 0dB, +6dB Sets the input gain. SIDE TONE 0 to 99, 50 Sets the side tone level.

PGM MIX OFF, INCOM+PGM, L-INCOM/R PGM OFF: Signals are not mixed. INCOM+PGM: INCOM and PGM signals are mixed. L-INCOM/R-PGM: Outputs an INCOM signal through the left channel and a PGM signal through the right.

PGM SEL PGM1, PGM2, PGM1 + PGM2 Selects the PGM type. PGM1 LVL 0 to 99, 50 Sets the PGM1 level. PGM2 LVL 0 to 99, 50 Sets the PGM2 level. 48

CCU CONFIGURATION Page name Page No. <PROMPT/TRUNK 1> C10 Item Settings Description PROMPTER CH 1CH, 2CH Sets the number of prompter lines. (HDCU2500 is locked to 1CH.) TRUNK LINE CH 1CH, 2CH Sets the number of channels to be used. IF 232C, 422A Sets the communication line mode.

RATE (38Kbps), (19Kbps), (75Kbps), (150Kbps) Displays the TRUNK line. (Display only)

<PROMPT/TRUNK 2> AUX REMOTE DISABLE, ENABLE Sets whether or not AUX REMOTE is used. (HDCU2000 only) NETWORK TRUNK

C11 MODE (OFF), OFF, NETWORK, NETWORK + VIDEO Sets the mode for the network trunk.

<VIDEO SETUP> C12 <VIDEO ADJUST 1> C13 (Available when a HKCU1001 or HKCU1003 board is installed) <VIDEO ADJUST 2> C14 (Available when two HKCU1001 or HKCU1003 boards are installed) RATE ---, (100Mbps), (1Gbps) Sets the rate for the network trunk line. HD PROMPTER (ENABLE), (DISABLE) Displays “ENABLE” or “DISABLE” for HD PROMPTER. FRAME SYNC OFF, ON, (ON) Turns the frame sync function ON/OFF. HD TRUNK (ENABLE), (DISABLE) Displays “ENABLE” or “DISABLE” for HD TRUNK. SETUP ON, OFF, --- ON: Adds a setup signal to VBS and SD YCD component signal Ych-SYNC. OFF: No setup signal is added. ---: Displayed when the format is PAL. (Display only) SD BLK CLP OFF, ON Y signals from SD SDI output that are less than 0% are clipped at 0%. Q FILTER WD, NA Sets the Q filter bandwidth. (Displayed only when HKCU1001 or HKCU1003 is installed.) G/Y SYNC OFF, ON Sets the R/G/B component signal’s G ch-SYNC to on/off. (Displayed only when HKCU1001 or HKCU1003 is installed.) VCS RELAY OFF, ON Sets the PIX/WFM connector output. (Displayed only when HKCU1001 or HKCU1003 is installed.) VBS LEVEL –99 to 99, 0 Adjusts the VBS output video level. CHROMA –99 to 99, 0 PIX LEVEL –99 to 99, 0 Adjusts the PIX output video level. CHROMA –99 to 99, 0 WFM LEVEL –99 to 99, 0 Adjusts the WFM output video level. CHROMA –99 to 99, 0 VBS LEVEL –99 to 99, 0 Adjusts the VBS output video level. CHROMA –99 to 99, 0 PIX LEVEL –99 to 99, 0 Adjusts the PIX output video level. CHROMA –99 to 99, 0 WFM LEVEL –99 to 99, 0 Adjusts the WFM output video level. CHROMA –99 to 99, 0

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CCU CONFIGURATION Page name Page No. (Available when yet another VDA board from the HKCU1003 is installed to the option slot) <MENU SETTINGS> C15 <DISPLAY> C16 Turn camera messages and switch settings ON/ OFF for the camera’s diagnostics screen. <DATE> Item Settings Description G/Y LEVEL –99 to 99, 0 Adjusts the G/Y output video level. B/B-Y LEVEL –99 to 99, 0 Adjusts the B/B-Y output video level. R/R-Y LEVEL –99 to 99, 0 Adjusts the R/R-Y output video level. RESUME ON, OFF Turns ON/OFF the menu mode resume page display function. ALARM JUMP ON, OFF Turns ON/OFF the error-related page display function for when an error occurs while in menu mode. RE DIRECTION CONTROL knob operating mode settings CATEGORY STD, RVS STD: CONTROL knob clockwise rotation moves the CCU MENU pointer (,) down. RVS: CONTROL knob counterclockwise rotation moves the CCU MENU pointer (,) down. PAGE STD, RVS STD: CONTROL knob clockwise rotation displays the next page in the menu. RVS: CONTROL knob counterclockwise rotation displays the next page in the menu. ITEM STD, RVS STD: CONTROL knob clockwise rotation moves the pointer (,) down to the next item on the page. RVS: CONTROL knob counterclockwise rotation moves the pointer (,) down to the next item on the page. DATA STD, RVS STD: CONTROL knob clockwise rotation selects the next data option. RVS: CONTROL knob counterclockwise rotation selects the next data option. MESSAGE ALL, WARNING, OFF ALL: Displays all messages. WARNING: Displays system warning messages and menu control messages. OFF: Displays only menu control messages. MASTER GAIN ON, OFF Displays or hides the master gain indication. EVS/SHUTTER ON, OFF Displays or hides the ECS/shutter indication. ND FILTER ON, OFF Displays or hides the ND filter indication. CC FILTER ON, OFF Displays or hides the CC indication. IRIS ON, OFF Displays or hides the IRIS indication. EXTENDER ON, OFF Displays or hides the EXTENDER indication. DATE/TIME 20YY/MM/DD hh:mm Sets the date and time.

C17 <TALLY INPUT> C18 TIME ZONE hh:mm –11h59m to +11h59m R-TALLY CONTACT, POWER (24V), POWER (TTL) G-TALLY CONTACT, POWER (24V), POWER (TTL) Y-TALLY CONTACT, POWER (24V), POWER (TTL) Sets the time zone. RED tally input setting GREEN tally input setting YELLOW tally input setting

<ALARM SETTINGS> C19 FORCE LEGACY OFF, ON Set to OFF to not display the FORCE LEGACY alarm. SUB REF NONE OFF, ON Set to OFF to not display the REF NONE alarm. SUB REF INVALID OFF, ON Sets to OFF to not display the REF INVALID alarm.

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CCU CONFIGURATION Page name Page No. Item Settings Description

<TRANSMIT> C20 TRANSMIT AUTO, HIGH BIT RATE, HD-SDI, (HD-SDI) Sets the optical transmission rate between a camera and CCU.

<SPIRIT LEVEL> C21 (Available only when a serial lens is attached to the HDC2000/2500 series HD Color Camera.) CABLE CAMERA CABLE, COAX Sets the transmission method between a camera and CCU. TRIAX ADAPTER TYPE DISABLE, A-TRIAX, D-TRIAX Sets the TRIAX adapter type. MODE AUTO TRIAX, FIBER Sets the transmission method of the TRIAX adapter. INDICATOR OFF, ON, --- Turns the spirit level display on/off. REVERSE OFF, ON OFF: Moves to the tilted direction. ON: Moves to the reverse direction of the tilted direction. H POSITION 0 to 99, 50 Adjusts the horizontal position. V POSITION 0 to 99, 50 Adjusts the vertical position.

<BOARD SETUP> C22 BOARD SELECT DRX1, DRX2, DRX3, DRX4, RC, (DPR) Selects the board to set. (DPR): Only when an HKCU2040 board is installed.

EMBED AUDIO ON, OFF Sets superimposition of audio data to ON/OFF.

META DATA EMBED OFF, ON Sets superimposition of metadata to ON/OFF.

PAYLOAD ID LATEST, 2002, 2010, 2011, 2017 Sets the PAYLOAD ID of VIDEO. INTER LOCK OFF, ON SDI output (3, 4) format linking function

<OTHERS> C23 ASSIGNABLE NONE, BARS, CLEAN, CAM POWER, FORCE LEGACY, REF LOCAL HD, REF LOCAL SD Sets the function for the assignable button. NONE: No assignment. BARS: Sets the color bar output to ON/OFF. CLEAN: Sets character superimposition for all output slots to ON/OFF. CAM POWER: Sets camera power to ON/OFF. FORCE LEGACY: Forces the communication mode to LEGACY mode. REF LOCAL HD: Sets GENLOCK to LOCAL HD. REF LOCAL SD: Sets GENLOCK to LOCAL SD.

CCU NO 0, 0 to 96, A to Z Sets the CCU number. SYNC OUT SD SYNC, HD SYNC Sets the SYNC OUT connector. REF 10F BB OFF, ON Sets the 10F BB function. CAM MENU OFF, ON Displays the Camera menu. Notes • If CAM MENU is set to ON, CCU CONFIGURATION menu operations cannot be performed because only Camera menu operations are available. • The Camera menu is not displayed when SD signal is output. 51 NETWORK SETTINGS menu NETWORK SETTINGS

Page name Page No. <IP ADDR SET> N01 <LAN SETTINGS> N02 Item Settings Description HOST IP ADDRESS 0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 Displays the IP address. SUB NET MASK 0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.254 Displays the subnet mask. DEFAULT GATEWAY 0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 Displays the default gateway. SET A “SET OK?” message is displayed. Press ENTER again to confirm the change. (Execute via ENTER.) AUTO NEGOTIATION ON, OFF Selects whether to automatically set the connection speed and communication system according to the device connected. AUTO MDIX ON, OFF Sets the communication line. CONNECT CONFIGURATION

CONNECT SPEED 10M, 100M Selects the connection speed. 10M: 10BASE-TX 100M: 100BASE-TX Available only when OFF is selected in AUTO NEGOTIATION.

DUPLEX MODE HALF, FULL Selects the communication system. HALF: Half-duplex communication. FULL: Full-duplex communication. Available only when OFF is selected in AUTO NEGOTIATION.

MDI/MDIX SELECT MDI, MDIX Selects the communication line.

<CNS SETTINGS> N03 <NETWORK RESET> N04 LINK CONDITION (DOWN), (UP) Displays connection status. (Display only) (DOWN): Connection failure (UP): Connection successful SET A “SET OK?” message is displayed. Press ENTER again to confirm the change. (Execute via ENTER.) CNS MODE LEGACY, BRIDGE, MCS Sets the communication mode. MCS MODE (CLIENT) Displays that the CCU is a CLIENT. CCU NO blank, 1 to 96 Sets the CCU number. MASTER IP ADDRESS 0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 Sets the master device’s IP address for MCS mode. ALL RESET A “NET SETTINGS RESET OK?” message is displayed. Press ENTER again to reset NETWORK SETTINGS menu items to factory default values. (Execute via ENTER.)

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Appendix Notes on Use Use and storage locations Avoid using or storing the unit in the following places: • Where it is subject to extremes of temperature (operating temperature: +5 to +40°C (41 to 104°F) for HDCU2000, –10 to +40°C (14 to 104°F) for HDCU2500). Note that in summer the temperature in a car with the windows closed can reach 50 °C (122 °F). • Very damp or dusty places. • Where rain is likely to reach the unit. • Places subject to severe vibration. Error Messages When an error is detected in this unit or the camera, the ALARM indicator turns on and an error message is displayed on this unit. Error message Indication CCU:GEN LOCK NG External reference sync error CCU:DRX NG Front DRX board power supply, PLD error CCU:SDI NG Rear SDI board power supply error CCU:PS FAN NG Power supply block fan error CCU:PS CABLE SHORT CAMERA connector optical fiber cable short circuit error CCU:PS CABLE OPEN CAMERA connector optical fiber cable open circuit error

• Near strong magnetic fields. • Near transmitting stations generating strong radio waves. CCU:PS RCP PWR SUPPLY NG Remote control panel (connected to REMOTE connector) power supply error

Avoid violent impacts Dropping the unit, or otherwise imparting a violent shock to it, is likely to cause it to malfunction. Do not cover with cloth While the unit is in operation, do not cover it with a cloth or other material. This can cause the temperature to rise, leading to a malfunction. After use Set the POWER switch on this unit to the OFF position. Care If the body or panels of the unit become dirty, wipe them with a dry cloth. For severe dirt, use a soft cloth steeped in a small amount of neutral detergent, then wipe dry. Do not use volatile solvents such as alcohol or thinners, as these may damage the finish. CCU:RX WARNING Transmission error between camera and CCU CCU: CAM INVALID FORMAT An invalid format is selected. CCU:DPR NG Front DPR board power supply, PLD error CCU:DPR FAN NG DPR board fan error

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Specifications HDCU2000 General Power supply 100/120/220-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz (To change to a different power supply, contact a Sony service or sales representative.) Current consumption 5.4 A (max.) Operating temperature +5°C to +40°C (+41°F to 104°F) Storage temperature –20°C to +60°C (–4°F to 140°F) Mass Approx. 17.5 kg (38 lb 9 oz) Dimensions (Unit: mm (inches)) ) 4 / 1 6 1 ( 0 . 0 1 4 LAN 8-pin (1) NETWORK TRUNK 8-pin (1) Input connectors AC IN (1), 100/120/220-240 V (To change to a different power supply, contact a Sony service or sales representative.) SDI RET IN BNC-type (4) 3G-SDI: SMPTE ST424/ST425, 2.970 Gbps/2.967 Gbps HD-SDI: SMPTE ST292, 1.485 Gbps/ 1.4835 Gbps SD-SDI: SMPTE 259M, 270 Mbps VBS RET IN BNC-type (4), analog signal, 1.0 V p-p, 75 ohms REFERENCE BNC-type (2), loop-through output HD: SMPTE 274M, tri-level sync, 0.6 Vp-p, 75 ohms SD: Black burst (NTSC: 0.286 Vp-p, 75 ohms/PAL: 0.3 Vp-p, 75 ohms) or NTSC 10F-BB PROMPTER 1, 2 BNC-type (4), loop-through output, analog signal, 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms MIC REMOTE D-sub 15-pin (1) (JAE-made DA-C1-J10 recommended) HD PROMPTER IN BNC-type (1), SMPTE ST292, 75 ohms, 1.485 Gbps/1.4835 Gbps Output connectors

AUDIO OUT CH1, CH2 XLR 3-pin, male (2), 0 dBu/–20 dBu/+4 dBu

) 8 / 1 2 ( 7 . 2 5 424 (16 3/4) 465 (18 3/8) 481 (19) AES/EBU BNC-type (1), AES/EBU format CHARACTER BNC-type (1), VBS, 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms, character on/off switchable WF REMOTE D-sub 15-pin, female (1) (JAE-made DA C1-J10 recommended) ) 4 / 1 3G/HD SDI OUTPUT BNC-type (2) 5 ( 3G-SDI: SMPTE ST424/ST425, 0.8 Vp-p, 3 3 1 75 ohms, 2.970 Gbps/2.967Gbps HD-SDI: SMPTE ST292, 0.8 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 1.485 Gbps/1.4835 Gbps 3D-SDI/HD-SDI selectable.

Input/Output connectors CAMERA Optical fiber connector (1) 240 V AC power supply 3G/HD SDI OUTPUT (MONI) BNC-type (2) 3G-SDI: SMPTE ST424/ST425, 0.8 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 2.970 Gbps/2.967Gbps INTERCOM/TALLY/ PGM D-sub 25-pin connector (1) • INTERCOM (PROD/ENG), 4W/RTS/CC, 0 dBu • PGM, 2 systems, 0 dBu/–20 dBu • TALLY (R, G, Y) • FLAG HD-SDI: SMPTE ST292, 0.8 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 1.485 Gbps/1.4835 Gbps 3G-SDI/HD-SDI and character ON/OFF selectable HD/SD SDI OUTPUT BNC-type (2) HD-SDI: SMPTE ST292, 0.8 Vp-p,

RCP/CNU 8-pin multi-connector (1) AUX REMOTE 8-pin multi-connector (1) TRUNK A 12-pin (1) TRUNK LINE D-sub 9-pin, female (1), RS-232C, for CHU transmission or system expansion I/O PORT D-sub 15-pin, female (1) (JAE-made DA-C1-J10 recommended) 75 ohms, 1.485 Gbps/1.4835 Gbps SD-SDI: SMPTE 259M, 0.8 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 270 Mbps HD-SDI/SD-SDI selectable.

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(MONI) HD-SDI: SMPTE ST292, 0.8 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 1.485 Gbps/1.4835 Gbps SD-SDI: SMPTE 259M, 0.8 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 270 Mbps HD-SDI/SD-SDI and character ON/OFF selectable General Power supply 100 to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz Current consumption 4.1 A (max.) Standby power Approx. 5 W

SYNC BNC-type (1) HD: BTA-S001, tri-level sync, 0.6 Vp-p, 75 ohms SD: composite sync, 0.3 Vp-p, 75 ohms HD SYNC/SD SYNC selectable HD TRUNK OUT BNC-type (1) SMPTE ST292, 0.8 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 1.485 Gbps/1.4835 Gbps (Available only when camera single link format is selected.) Supplied accessories Number plates (1 set) Fuses (1 set) Operation guide (1) Operation manual (CD-ROM) (1) Optional accessories AC power cord: USA and Canada: 1-551-812-XX Other countries: 1-782-929-XX Power cord plug holder USA and Canada: 2-990-242-01 Other countries: 3-613-640-01 HKCU2040 4K/HDR Processor Board HKCU2007 3G/HD SDI Output Expansion Unit HKCU1001 SD Encoder Unit HKCU1003 Multi Interface Unit CCA-5-3 Connection Cable (3 meters/10 feet) CCA-5-10 Connection Cable (10 meters/33 feet) Expansion Board Maintenance manual Related devices HDC2000/2500 series HD Color Camera RCP-1000 series Remote Control Panel Operating temperature –10°C to +40°C (+14°F to 104°F) Storage temperature –20°C to +60°C (–4°F to 140°F) Mass Approx. 6.7 kg (14 lb 12 oz) Dimensions (Unit: mm (inches)) ) 6 1 / 3 1 ( 0 3 ) 4 / 1 6 1 ( 0 1 4 1 ) 5 ( 7 2 1 HD CAMERA CONTROL UNIT 200 (7 7/8)

MSU-1000 series Master Setup Unit CNU-700 Camera Command Network Unit HZC-CSM10 Camera System Management Software 5 (7/32) Input/Output connectors 9 (3/8)

Design and specifications are subject to change without CAMERA Optical fiber connector (1) 180 V DC power supply

notice. INTERCOM/TALLY/ PGM D-sub 25-pin connector (1) • INTERCOM (PROD/ENG), 4W/RTS/CC, 0 dBu • PGM, 2 systems, 0 dBu/–20 dBu • TALLY (R, G, Y) • FLAG

RCP/CNU 8-pin multi-connector (1) TRUNK A 12-pin (1) LAN 8-pin (1) NETWORK TRUNK 8-pin (1) 55

Input connectors AC IN (1), 100 to 240 V AC RET 1, 2, 3 BNC-type (3) 3G-SDI: SMPTE ST424/ST425, 2.970 Gbps/2.967 Gbps HD-SDI: SMPTE ST292, 1.485 Gbps/ 1.4835 Gbps SD-SDI: SMPTE 259M, 270 Mbps VBS: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms REFERENCE BNC-type (2), loop-through output HD: SMPTE 274M, tri-level sync, 0.6 Vp-p, 75 ohms SD: Black burst (NTSC: 0.286 Vp-p, 75 ohms/PAL: 0.3 Vp-p, 75 ohms) or NTSC 10F-BB PROMPTER BNC-type (2), loop-through output, analog signal, 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms MIC REMOTE D-sub 15-pin (1) (JAE-made DA-C1-J10 recommended) (switchable to WF REMOTE by an internal setting) HD PROMPTER IN BNC-type (1), SMPTE ST292, 75 ohms, 1.485 Gbps/1.4835 Gbps Output connectors CHARACTER/SYNC BNC-type (1) HD SYNC: HD, BTA-S001, tri-level sync, 0.6 Vp-p, 75 ohms SD SYNC: SD, composite sync, 0.3 Vp-p, 75 ohms CHARACTER: VBS, 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms, character ON/OFF selectable CHARACTER/HD SYNC/SD SYNC selectable HD TRUNK OUT BNC-type (1) SMPTE ST292, 0.8 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 1.485 Gbps/1.4835 Gbps (Available only when camera single link format is selected.) Supplied accessories Number plates (1 set) Operation guide (1) Operation manual (CD-ROM) (1) Optional accessories AC power cord: USA and Canada: 1-551-812-XX Other countries: 1-782-929-XX Power cord plug holder USA and Canada: 2-990-242-01

AUDIO OUT CH1, CH2 XLR 3-pin, male (2), 0 dBu/–20 dBu/+4 dBu Other countries: 3-613-640-01 HKCU2040 4K/HDR Processor Board

3G/HD SDI OUTPUT BNC-type (2) 3G-SDI: SMPTE ST424/ST425, 0.8 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 2.970 Gbps/2.967Gbps HD-SDI: SMPTE ST292, 0.8 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 1.485 Gbps/1.4835 Gbps 3G-SDI/HD-SDI selectable HKCU2007 3G/HD SDI Output Expansion Unit HKCU1001 SD Encoder Unit HKCU1003 Multi Interface Unit CCA-5-3 Connection Cable (3 meters/10 feet) CCA-5-10 Connection Cable (10 meters/33 feet)

3G/HD SDI OUTPUT (MONI) BNC-type (1) 3G-SDI: SMPTE ST424/ST425, 0.8 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 2.970 Gbps/2.967 Gbps HD-SDI: SMPTE ST292, 0.8 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 1.485 Gbps/1.4835 Gbps 3G-SDI/HD-SDI and character ON/OFF selectable RMM-301 Rack Mount Adaptor Expansion Board Maintenance manual Related devices HDC2000/2500 series HD Color Camera RCP-1000 series Remote Control Panel

HD/SD SDI OUTPUT BNC-type (2) HD-SDI: SMPTE ST292, 0.8 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 1.485 Gbps/1.4835 Gbps SD-SDI: SMPTE 259M, 0.8 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 270 Mbps HD-SDI/SD-SDI selectable MSU-1000 series Master Setup Unit CNU-700 Camera Command Network Unit HZC-CSM10 Camera System Management SoftwareDesign and specifications are subject to change without

HD/SD SDI OUTPUT (MONI) BNC-type (2) HD-SDI: SMPTE ST292, 0.8 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 1.485 Gbps/1.4835 Gbps SD-SDI: SMPTE 259M, 0.8 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 270 Mbps HD-SDI/SD-SDI and character ON/OFF selectable notice.

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HKCU2040 (optional) General Power supply 23.5 W Operating temperature –10°C to +40°C (+14°F to 104°F) Storage temperature –20°C to +60°C (–4°F to 140°F) Dimensions (w/h/d) DPR board: Approx. 19 × 110 × 226 mm (3/4 × 4 3/8 × 9 inches) DIF board: Approx. 19 × 98 × 159 mm (3/4 × 3 7/8 × 6 3/8 inches) HIF board: Approx. 19 × 98 × 159 mm (3/4 × 3 7/8 × 6 3/8 inches) Mass DPR board: Approx. 0.35 kg (12 oz) DIF board: Approx. 0.15 kg (5.3 oz) HIF board: Approx. 0.09 kg (3.2 oz) Output connectors DIF board SDI OUT BNC-type (4) 12G-SDI: SMPTE ST2082, 0.8 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 11.880 Gbps/11.868 Gbps 3G-SDI: SMPTE ST424/ST425, 0.8 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 2.970 Gbps/2.967 Gbps HD-SDI: SMPTE ST292, 0.8 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 1.485 Gbps/1.4835 Gbps 12G-SDI/3G-SDI/HD-SDI selectable HIF board SDI OUT BNC-type (4) 3G-SDI: SMPTE ST424/ST425, 0.8 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 2.970 Gbps/2.967 Gbps HD-SDI: SMPTE ST292, 0.8 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 1.485 Gbps/1.4835 Gbps 3G-SDI/HD-SDI selectable Character ON/OFF selectable (connectors 3/4) The high dynamic range (HDR) function will be supported by the HDCU2000/2500 software version V3.10 or higher. Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. HKCU2007 (optional) General Power supply 5.5 W Operating temperature –10°C to +40°C (+14°F to 104°F) Storage temperature –20°C to +60°C (–4°F to 140°F) Dimensions (w/h/d) DRX board: Approx. 19 × 110 × 226 mm (3/4 × 4 3/8 × 8 7/8 inches) HIF board: Approx. 19 × 98 × 159 mm (3/4 × 3 7/8 × 6 1/4 inches) Mass DRX board: Approx. 0.24 kg (8 oz) HIF board: Approx. 0.09 kg (3 oz) Output connectors HIF board SDI OUT BNC-type (4) 3G-SDI: SMPTE ST424/ST425, 0.8 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 2.970 Gbps/2.967 Gbps HD-SDI: SMPTE ST292, 0.8 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 1.485 Gbps/1.4835 Gbps 3G-SDI/HD-SDI selectable Character ON/OFF selectable (connectors 3/4) Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. HKCU1001 (optional) General Power supply 2.5 W Operating temperature –10°C to +40°C (+14°F to 104°F) Storage temperature –20°C to +60°C (–4°F to 140°F) Dimensions (w/h/d) EN-A board: Approx. 19 × 110 × 226 mm (3/4 × 4 3/8 × 8 7/8 inches) VDA-A board: Approx. 19 × 98 × 159 mm (3/4 × 3 7/8 × 6 1/4 inches) Mass EN-A board: Approx. 0.22 kg (7.8 oz) VDA-A board: Approx. 0.10 kg (3.5 oz) Output connectors VDA-A board VBS BNC-type (2), 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms, VBS PIX OUT BNC-type (1), VBS/R/G/B (VBS 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms) WF OUT BNC-type (1), VBS/R/G/B/SEQ (VBS 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms) Supplied accessories 4-pin connector (1) Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

57 HKCU1003 (optional) General Power supply 3.6 W Operating temperature –10°C to +40°C (+14°F to 104°F) Storage temperature –20°C to +60°C (–4°F to 140°F) Dimensions (w/h/d) EN-B board: Approx. 19 × 110 × 226 mm (3/4 × 4 3/8 × 8 7/8 inches) VDA-A/B/C board: Approx. 19 × 98 × 159 mm (3/4 × 3 7/8 × 6 1/4 inches) Mass EN-B board: Approx. 0.22 kg VDA-A/B/C board: Approx. 0.10 kg Output connectors VDA-A board VBS BNC-type (2), 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms, VBS PIX OUT BNC-type (1), VBS/R/G/B (VBS 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms) WF OUT BNC-type (1), VBS/R/G/B/SEQ (VBS 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms) VDA-B board FRAME REF IN BNC-type (1) HD: SMPTE 274M, tri-level sync input, 0.6 Vp-p, 75 ohms SD: Black burst input, 0.286 Vp-p, 75 ohms FRAME REF OUT BNC-type (1) Loop-through output or frame sync pulse output, 0.3 Vp-p, 75 ohms, switchable PIX OUT BNC-type (1), VBS/R/G/B (VBS 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms) WF OUT BNC-type (1), VBS/R/G/B/SEQ (VBS 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms) VDA-C board VBS BNC-type (2), 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms, VBS R/R-Y, G/Y, B/B-Y BNC-type (3) • RGB video R/G/B (100% white): 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms • Component video Y (100% white): 0.714 Vp-p R-Y/B-Y (75% color bar): 0.756 Vp-p, 75 ohms Supplied accessories 4-pin connector (1) Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. Note 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. 58

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