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CAMERA CONTROL UNIT

CCU-590 CCU-590P

MAINTENANCE MANUAL Volume 1 1st Edition (Revised 1) Serial No. 100001 and Higher: CCU-590 (UC) Serial No. 400001 and Higher: CCU-590P (CE)

! WARNING
This manual is intended for qualified service personnel only. To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire or injury, do not perform any servicing other than that contained in the operating instructions unless you are qualified to do so. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.

! WARNUNG
Die Anleitung ist nur fr qualifiziertes Fachpersonal bestimmt. Alle Wartungsarbeiten drfen nur von qualifiziertem Fachpersonal ausgefhrt werden. Um die Gefahr eines elektrischen Schlages, Feuergefahr und Verletzungen zu vermeiden, sind bei Wartungsarbeiten strikt die Angaben in der Anleitung zu befolgen. Andere als die angegeben Wartungsarbeiten drfen nur von Personen ausgefhrt werden, die eine spezielle Befhigung dazu besitzen.

! AVERTISSEMENT
Ce manual est destin uniquement aux personnes comptentes en charge de lentretien. Afin de rduire les risques de dcharge lectrique, dincendie ou de blessure neffectuer que les rparations indiques dans le mode demploi moins dtre qualifi pour en effectuer dautres. Pour toute rparation faire appel une personne comptente uniquement.

Attention-when the product is installed in Rack: 1. Prevention against overloading of branch circuit When this product is installed in a rack and is supplied power from an outlet on the rack, please make sure that the rack does not overload the supply circuit. 2. Providing protective earth When this product is installed in a rack and is supplied power from an outlet on the rack, please confirm that the outlet is provided with a suitable protective earth connection. 3. Internal air ambient temperature of the rack When this product is installed in a rack, please make sure that the internal air ambient temperature of the rack is within the specified limit of this product. 4. Prevention against achieving hazardous condition due to uneven mechanical loading When this product is installed in a rack, please make sure that the rack does not achieve hazardous condition due to uneven mechanical loading. 5. Install the equipment while taking the operating temperature of the equipment into consideration For the operating temperature of the equipment, refer to the specifications of the Operation Manual. 6. When performing the installation, keep the following space away from walls in order to obtain proper exhaust and radiation of heat. Rear: 10 cm (4 inches) or more Right, Left: 4 cm (1.6 inches) or more
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ADVARSEL! Lithiumbatteri-Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig hndtering. Udskiftning m kun ske med batteri af samme fabrikat og type. Levr det brugte batteri tilbage til leverandren. CAUTION Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturers instructions. ADVARSEL Lithiumbatteri - Eksplosjonsfare. Ved utskifting benyttes kun batteri som anbefalt av apparatfabrikanten. Brukt batteri returneres apparatleverandren.

Vorsicht! Explosionsgefahr bei unsachgemem Austausch der Batterie. Ersatz nur durch denselben oder einen vom Hersteller empfohlenen hnlichen Typ. Entsorgung gebrauchter Batterien nach Angaben des Herstellers.

VARNING Explosionsfara vid felaktigt batteribyte. Anvnd samma batterityp eller en likvrdig typ som rekommenderas av apparattillverkaren. Kassera anvnt batteri enligt gllande freskrifter.

VAROITUS ATTENTION Il y a danger dexplosion sil y a remplacement incorrect de la batterie. Remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du mme type ou dun type quivalent recommand par le constructeur. Mettre au rebut les batteries usages conformment aux instructions du fabricant. Paristo voi rjht jos se on virheellisesti asennettu. Vaihda paristo ainoastaan laitevalmistajan suosittelemaan tyyppiin. Hvit kytetty paristo valmistajan ohjeiden mukaisesti.

For safety, do not connect the connector for peripheral device wiring that might have excessive voltage to the following port(s). : ETHERNET connector Follow the instructions for the above port.

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Voor de klanten in Nederland Gooi de batterij niet weg maar lever deze in als klein chemisch afval (KCA).

Fr Kunden in Deutschland Entsorgungshinweis: Bitte werfen Sie nur entladene Batterien in die Sammelboxen beim Handel oder den Kommunen. Entladen sind Batterien in der Regel dann, wenn das Gert abschaltet und signalisiert Batterie leer oder nach lngerer Gebrauchsdauer der Batterien nicht mehr einwandfrei funktioniert. Um sicherzugehen, kleben Sie die Batteriepole z.B. mit einem Klebestreifen ab oder geben Sie die Batterien einzeln in einen Plastikbeutel.

For the customers in Taiwan only

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CCU-590/P/V1(E)

Table of Contents
Manual Structure
Purpose of this manual ................................................................. 3 Relative manuals .......................................................................... 3 Trademark ..................................................................................... 3 2-4-8. 2-4-6. 2-4-7. Adjusting the Level of the Signals for a Waveform Monitor .............................................. 2-18 Adjusting the Level of the Signals on a Picture Monitor ................................................................ 2-19 Adjusting the G/Y, B/B-Y, R/R-Y Signal Level .................................................................... 2-19

1. Installation Overview
1-1. 1-2. Installing the Optional Units ........................................... 1-1 Installing the RM-B750 ......................................... 1-1 Supplied Accessories ...................................................... 1-3

3. Service Overview
3-1. 3-2. Location of Printed Wiring Boards ................................. 3-1 Circuit Description .......................................................... 3-2

1-1-1.

1-3. Adaptive Connectors and Cables .................................... 1-3 1-3-1. Connector Input/Output Signals ............................ 1-3 1-3-2. 1-4. 1-5. 1-6. 1-7. 1-8. 1-9. Connection Connector ........................................... 1-6 Operating Environment .................................................. 1-7 Outer Dimensions ........................................................... 1-7 Mounting on 19-Inch Rack ............................................. 1-7 Controlling Camera Using a Coaxial Cable ................... 1-8 Switch Settings ............................................................... 1-9 Instance of System Configuration ................................ 1-14

3-3. Adjusting/Setting Items after Board Replacement ......... 3-9 3-3-1. Service Action after Replacing the AT-155B Board ..................................................................... 3-9 3-3-2. Service Action after Replacing the Lithium Battery on the AT-155B Board ............................. 3-9 3-3-3. Service Action after Replacing the AU-295 Board ..................................................................... 3-9 3-3-4. Service Action after Replacing the DM-140 Board or IV-57B Board ......................................... 3-9 3-3-5. Service Action after Replacing the EN-156B Board ..................................................................... 3-9 3-4. Extending DM-140 and TR-133B Boards .................... 3-10 3-4-1. Extending DM-140 Board ................................... 3-10 3-4-2. Extending TR-133B Board .................................. 3-10 3-5. Removing/Reinstalling the Top Cover ......................... 3-11 3-6. Power Supply Unit ........................................................ 3-12 3-6-1. Note on Replacement of Power Supply Unit ...... 3-12 3-6-2. Replacing the Power Supply Unit ....................... 3-13 3-6-3. Replacing the Fuse .............................................. 3-13 3-6-4. Replacing the DC-DC Board/AC-DC Board ...... 3-14 3-6-5. Replacing the Fan ................................................ 3-15 3-7. Backup Battery Replacement ....................................... 3-16 3-8. Flexible Card Wire ....................................................... 3-17 3-8-1. Removing/Reinstalling the Flexible Card Wires ................................................................... 3-17 3-8-2. Forming the Flexible Card Wire ......................... 3-17 3-9. Settings after Replacing the EEPROM/PLD ................ 3-18 3-10. Writing and Rewriting the PLD Internal Data .............. 3-19 3-11. Updating the Software .................................................. 3-20 3-12. Optional Fixtures .......................................................... 3-21 3-13. Notes on Repair Parts ................................................... 3-21 3-14. Unleaded Solder ............................................................ 3-21

2. System Setup
2-1. CCU-MENU ................................................................... 2-1 2-1-1. Menu Operation of CCU ....................................... 2-1 2-1-2. 2-1-3. Change and Setting of CCU-MENU ..................... 2-1 Network Setting Menu (When software V1.20 or later version is used with the system connection mode via Ethernet set.) .......................................... 2-2 2-1-4. 2-2. 2-2-1. 2-2-2. 2-3. 2-3-1. CCU CONFIGURATION MENU ........................ 2-3 Settings for the Intercom Systems ....................... 2-11 Setting the Program Microphone Signal ............. 2-13 Setting for the Tally System ................................ 2-14 Audio System ................................................................ 2-11

Control System ............................................................. 2-14

2-4. Video System ................................................................ 2-14 2-4-1. Selecting the Input/Output Signal ....................... 2-14 2-4-2. 2-4-3. 2-4-4. 2-4-5. Resetting the Control Data .................................. 2-14 Adjusting the Phases of the Signals .................... 2-15 Adjusting the VBS Signal Level ......................... 2-16 Adjusting the Triax Signal .................................. 2-17

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4. Electrical Alignment
4-1. Preparation ...................................................................... 4-1 4-1-1. Equipment and Tools Used ................................... 4-1 4-1-2. 4-1-3. 4-1-4. 4-2. Tools ...................................................................... 4-1 Precautions for Adjustment ................................... 4-1 Connection ............................................................ 4-2

4-5-15. 4-5-16.

SDI RETURN Frequency Adjustment ................ 4-22 SDI RETURN VIDEO Level Adjustment .......... 4-23

4-6. TRIAX Interface System Adjustment .......................... 4-24 4-6-1. Frequency Set Adjustment .................................. 4-24 4-6-2. 4-6-3. 4-6-4. 4-6-5. 4-6-6. 4-6-7. 4-6-8. 4-6-9. 4-6-10. 4-6-11. 4-6-12. 4-6-13. 4-6-14. 4-6-15. 4-7. INCOM1 Deviation Adjustment ......................... 4-25 PGM1 Deviation Adjustment .............................. 4-25 INCOM2 Deviation Adjustment ......................... 4-26 PGM2 Deviation Adjustment .............................. 4-26 INCOM1 Demodulation Adjustment .................. 4-27 INCOM1 Level Adjustment ................................ 4-27 INCOM2 Demodulation Adjustment .................. 4-28 INCOM2 Level Adjustment ................................ 4-28 MIC 1 Demodulation Adjustment ....................... 4-29 MIC 1 Level Adjustment ..................................... 4-29 MIC 2 Demodulation Adjustment ....................... 4-30 MIC 2 Level Adjustment ..................................... 4-30 CHU DATA Demodulation Adjustment ............. 4-31 CHU TONE Adjustment ..................................... 4-31

Adjustment Flow ............................................................ 4-3

4-3. Video Signal System Adjustment ................................... 4-4 4-3-1. Frequency Adjustment .......................................... 4-4 4-3-2. 4-3-3. 4-3-4. 4-3-5. 4-3-6. 4-3-7. 4-3-8. 4-3-9. VBS 1/2/3 OUT Level Adjustment ....................... 4-4 WF OUT Level Adjustment .................................. 4-5 PIX OUT Level Adjustment ................................. 4-5 Y OUT Level Adjustment 1 .................................. 4-6 Y OUT Level Adjustment 2 .................................. 4-6 R-Y/R, B-Y/B OUT Level Adjustment ................. 4-7 STAIR CASE Adjustment .................................... 4-8 SDI FREQUENCY Adjustment ............................ 4-8

4-4. Y Cable Compensation System Adjustment ................... 4-9 4-4-1. SYNC SEP Adjustment ......................................... 4-9 4-4-2. 4-4-3. 4-4-4. 4-4-5. 4-4-6. 4-4-7. 4-4-8. 4-4-9. 4-4-10. 4-4-11. 4-5. BLACK Pulse Width Adjustment ......................... 4-9 SYNC Sample Hold Pulse Width Adjustment .... 4-10 22.5 MHz VCO DC Set Adjustment ................... 4-10 Sample Pulse Width Adjustment ......................... 4-11 Sample Pulse V Gate Width Adjustment ............ 4-11 22.5 MHz Carrier Level Adjustment ................... 4-12 Y DEMOD Carrier Balance Adjustment ............ 4-12 Y OFFSET Adjustment ....................................... 4-13 Y 1st AGC Adjustment ....................................... 4-13 Y Output Level Adjustment ................................ 4-14

RETURN VIDEO Cable Compensation System

Adjustment .................................................................... 4-32 4-7-1. RETURN VIDEO Carrier Frequency 4-7-2. 4-7-3. 4-7-4. 4-7-5. 4-8. Adjustment .......................................................... 4-32 RETURN VIDEO Deviation Adjustment ........... 4-32 RX PROMPT VIDEO Demodulation Adjustment .......................................................... 4-33 RX PROMPT VIDEO RF AGC Adjustment ...... 4-35 RX PROMPT VIDEO Level Adjustment ........... 4-36

PROMPT VIDEO Cable Compensation System

Adjustment .................................................................... 4-37 4-8-1. TX PROMPT VIDEO Modulation Adjustment .......................................................... 4-37 4-9. Intercom System Adjustment ....................................... 4-38 4-9-1. INCOM (T) Level Set Adjustment ...................... 4-38 4-9-2. 4-10-1. 4-10-2. 4-11-1. 4-11-2. SIDE TONE Adjustment ..................................... 4-38 ENG RTS/CC CANCEL Adjustment ................. 4-39 PROD RTS/CC CANCEL Adjustment ............... 4-39 MIC1 Level Adjustment ...................................... 4-40 MIC2 Level Adjustment ...................................... 4-41 4-10. RTS/CC Intercom System Adjustment ......................... 4-39

CHROMA Cable Compensation System

Adjustment .................................................................... 4-14 4-5-1. 45 MHz Carrier Level Adjustment ...................... 4-14 4-5-2. 4-5-3. 4-5-4. 4-5-5. 4-5-6. 4-5-7. 4-5-8. 4-5-9. 4-5-10. 4-5-11. 4-5-12. 4-5-13. 4-5-14. C VCO DC SET Adjustment .............................. 4-15 B-Y DEMOD Carrier Balance Adjustment ........ 4-15 B-Y Crosstalk Adjustment .................................. 4-16 C 1st AGC Adjustment ....................................... 4-16 B-Y OUT Level Adjustment ............................... 4-17 R-Y DEMOD Carrier Balance Adjustment ........ 4-17 R-Y Crosstalk Adjustment .................................. 4-18 R-Y OUT Level Adjustment ............................... 4-18 Y BLACK Adjustment ........................................ 4-19 R-Y/B-Y Black Balance Adjustment .................. 4-19 Y A/D Level Adjustment .................................... 4-20 R-Y/B-Y A/D Level Adjustment ........................ 4-21 ANALOG RETURN VIDEO Level Adjustment .......................................................... 4-22

4-11. MIC Level Adjustment ................................................. 4-40

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

Manual Structure
Purpose of this manual
This manual is the maintenance manual for Camera Control Unit CCU-590/590P. This manual describes the information on the premise of component level service, assuming use of system and service engineers.

Relative manuals
Besides this maintenance manual, the following manuals are available for this unit. . Maintenance Manual Vol.2 CCU-590/590P (Available on request) Contains the information on the premise of component level service (parts list, semiconductor pin assignments, block diagrams, schematic diagrams and board layouts) of the CCU-590/590P. Part number: 9-968-168-0X . Operation Manual (Supplied with this unit) This manual is necessary for application and operation of this unit. Part number: 3-869-646-XX . Semiconductor Pin Assignments CD-ROM (Available on request) This Semiconductor Pin Assignments CD-ROM allows you to search for semiconductors used in B&P Company equipment. The maintenance manual contains a complete list of semiconductors and their ID Nos., and thus should be used together with the CD-ROM. Part number: 9-968-546-06

Trademark
Registered trademark used in this manual is as follows. . Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox Corporation.

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

Section 1 Installation Overview


1-1. Installing the Optional Units
1-1-1. Installing the RM-B750
This section describes the installation procedure when the front panel of the remote control unit RM-B750 is used by being installed to the unit. Removing the Front Panel from the RM-B750 1. Loosen the screw with stopper of the RM-B750 and open the cover in the direction of the arrow.
Screw with stopper

3. Disconnect the flexible card wires from the connectors CN2, CN14 on the VA-211 board. n Be careful not to bend the flexible card wires. This shortens the wire life. 4. Remove the screw and remove the front panel in the direction of the arrow.
MPU-124 board (CN104) Flexible card wire B3 x 5 Flexible card wire

Front panel

VA-211 board

CN2 CN14
Cover

2. Loosen the four screws with stopper and open the front panel and the rear panel in the direction of the respective arrows.
Rear panel

Front panel

Screws with stopper

Screws with stopper


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Installing the Front Panel to the Unit 5. Turn off the power and disconnect the plug from the outlet. 6. Open the front panel of the unit. (Refer to Section 1-4-1.) 7. Remove the screw. 8. Slide the front panel in the direction of the arrow to extract the pin from the potbellied hole and remove the front panel.

11. Connect the flexible card wires to the connectors CN4, CN5 on the SW-1189 board. m . Do not insert the flexible card wire sideways. Insert it securely to the deep end as shown in the Fig 1. If the connection is not performed correctly, it may cause an failure. . Be careul not to bend the flexible card wires. This shortens the wire life. . Install the connector so that the excessive force is not given to it. 12. Close the front panel of the RM-B750 in the direction of the arrow and secure it with the two screws with stopper.
NG OK Insulated surface (Blue)

Pin Potbellied hole Front panel Screw with stopper

Insulated surface (Blue)

B3 x 6

7.5 mm or less
Screw with stopper

7.5 mm or more

Fig. 1

Front panel of the RM-B750

SW-1183 board CN203

9. Insert the pin into the potbellied hole of the front panel of the RM-B750 removed in step 4 and slide the pin in the direction of the arrow. n Confirm that the pin is hooked to the potbellied hole so that front panel does not drop. 10. Secure the front panel of the RM-B750 with the screw removed in step 7.

Screw with stopper

CN207 Flexible card wires S206

Pin Potbellied hole

Screw with stopper

13. Upon completion of front panel installation, check that the switch S206 (CCU-PW) on the MPU-124 board of the RM-B750 is ON.

B3 x 6

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1-2. Supplied Accessories


Accessories Remote indicator !Power cord (for CCU-590) With 3P-plug Length: about 2.4 m Rated voltage: 125 V Rated current: 10 A !Power cord (for CCU-590P) Without plug Length: about 2.5 m Rated voltage: 250 V Rated current: 10 A Plug holder (for CCU-590) (for CCU-590P) CONNECTOR (PLUG) Operation Manual Sony Part No. A-8278-054-A 1-551-812-11 Qty 1 1

1-3. Adaptive Connectors and Cables


1-3-1. Connector Input/Output Signals
The connector input/output signals are described below. Rear panel [Input signals]

1-782-929-12

REFERENCE (BNC) RET 1/2 *1 (BNC)


2-990-242-01 3-613-640-01 1-560-155-00 3-869-646-XX 1 1 1 1

PROMPTER *1 (BNC) SDI RET 3/4 *2 (BNC)

VBS/BS, 1.0 V p-p, 75 Z (loopthrough) VBS, 1.0 V p-p, 75 Z (loopthrough) 1.0 V p-p, 75 Z (loopthrough) VBS, 1.0 V p-p, 75 Z (terminated internally) SDI format, 270 M bps, SMPTE259M

*1: The same signal is input to the RET-2 connectors and the PROMPTER connector. *2: The signal selection (SDI or VBS) input to the SDI-RET 3/4 connectors is switchable.

[Output signals] VBS/SDI 1/2/3 *3 (BNC) VBS, 1.0 V p-p, 75 Z SDI format, 270 M bps, SMPTE259M *4 Y/R-Y/B-Y video (BNC) Y: 1.0 V p-p, 75 Z R-Y/B-Y: CCU-590: 700 mV p-p, 75 Z CCU-590P: 525 mV p-p, 75 Z R/G/B video *4 (BNC) 700 mV p-p, 75 Z PIX (BNC) 1.0 V p-p, 75 Z WF (BNC) CCU-590: 714 mV p-p, 75 Z CCU-590P: 700 mV p-p, 75 Z Encoded output: 1.0 V p-p, 75 Z SYNC (BNC) 0.3 V p-p, 75 Z
*3: The signal selection (VBS or SDI) output from the VBS/SDI 1/2/3 connectors is switchable. *4: R/G/B and Y/R-Y/B-Y are switchable.

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AUDIO OUTPUT CH1/CH2 (XLR 3P, MALE)

MIC REMOTE (D-Sub 15P, FEMALE)


8 15 9 1

(EXTERNAL VIEW) (EXTERNAL VIEW) No. Signal +5.5 V OUT AUX4 ( TALLY GND) AUX2 (*4 G TALLY OUT) AUX1 (*4 R TALLY OUT) CHU MIC AMP GAIN IN CONT2 CONT1 CONT0 MIC1 GAIN CONT ON/OFF IN GND (+5.5 V) AUX3 (*4 TALLY OUT)
* * *4

Specifications Max. 70 mA (*4 TALLY for GND)


*4

(0 dBu = 0.775 Vrms)


No. 1 2 3 Signal MIC OUT (G) MIC OUT (X) MIC OUT (Y) Specifications 0 dBu/_20 dBu balanced (Selectable with S202, S203/AU board)

1 2 3 4 5 6

Q405 (NPN) /AT board ON (GND): Max 30 mA Q403 (NPN) /AT board ON (GND): Max 30 mA

*4

2) See below

WF MODE (4P FEMALE)


4 3 1 2

7 8 9

3) See below

GND for +5.5 V


*4

(EXTERNAL VIEW)

10

R/G TALLY OUT Q409 (NPN) /AT board ON (GND): Max 30 mA

No. 1 2 3 4

Signal SEQ CONT OUT (G) SEQ CONT OUT (X) STAIR CASE OUT (X)

Specifications OPEN COLLECTOR +(PNP)/_(NPN) (Selectable with S301/EN board)


*

11 12 13 14 15

CCU PREVIEW 16:9/4:3 SELECT EN IN 16:9/4:3 SELECT IN AUX9 MIC GAIN CONT2 IN

OPEN COLLECTOR (Max 30 mA) +5.0 V (or OPEN): DIS-EN GND: EN +5.0 V (or OPEN): 4:3 GND: 16:9

1)

STAIR CASE OUT (G) GND for STAIR CASE

*1) Stair Case signal

2) See below

*2)

1V 12 + _6 V

DC 0 2 V

CONT0 H L

CONT1 H H L L H

CONT2 H H H H L

CHU MIC1 AMP GAIN 60 dB 50 dB 40 dB 30 dB 20 dB

[Input/output signals] TRIAX COAX (BNC) King type (for CCU-590) Fischer type (for CCU-590P) (Refer to section 1-7. To Contorl the Camera Using COAX Cable.)

H L H

*3)

8pin L L H H

15pin L H L H

MIC GAIN CONT MIC1/MIC2 ON MIC1 ON MIC2 ON INTERNAL SET

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INTERCOM/TALLY/PGM (D-Sub 25P, FEMALE)


13 25 14 1

REMOTE (8P, FEMALE)


1 2 7 3 8 6 4 5

(EXTERNAL VIEW) (EXTERNAL VIEW)

(0 dBu = 0.775 Vrms)


No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Signal ENG (R) (X) OUT ENG (R) (Y) OUT ENG (G) ENG (T) (X) IN ENG (T) (Y) IN PGM1 (X) IN PGM1 (Y) IN PGM1 (G) IN GND AUX8 R TALLY (X) IN R TALLY (Y) IN GND PROD (R) (X) OUT PROD (R) (Y) OUT PROD (G) PROD (T) (X) IN PROD (T) (Y) IN PGM2 (X) IN PGM2 (Y) IN PGM2 (G) IN AUX7 2 AUX6 3 G TALLY (X) IN G TALLY (Y) IN ON: 24 V dc, TTL (H), SHORT 4 OFF: 0 V dc, TTL (L), OPEN 5 6 7 8 I NC RXD (_) NC NC I O ON: 24 V dc, TTL (H), SHORT OFF: 0 V dc, TTL (L), OPEN CHASSIS GND PROD SYSTEM RECEIVE 0 dBu BALANCED GND for PROD PROD SYSTEM TALK 0 dBu BALANCED _20 dBu/0 dBu (Selectable with S201/AU board) GND for PGM-2 1 O Pin No. I/O Signal name TXD (+) TXD (_) RXD (+) NC (EXTERNAL VIEW) Specifications ENG SYSTEM RECEIVE 0 dBu BALANCED GND for ENG ENG SYSTEM TALK 0 dBu BALANCED _20 dBu/0 dBu (Selectable with S200/AU board) GND for PGM-1 GND for AUX No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 C Signal TX (+) TX (_) RX (+) RX (_) TX GND POWER (+)IN POWER (_)IN SPARE CHASSIS GND CHASSIS GND CCU/CNU/AUX SERIAL DATA GND for TX RCP POWER, +10 V to +30 V GND for POWER Specification RCP SERIAL DATA

ETHERNET Conform to IEEE 802.3u (100BASE-TX) and IEEE 802.3 (10BASE-T)


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Front panel INTERCOM (5P, FEMALE)

1-3-2. Connection Connector


Use the connectors below or the equivalent at its tip when cables are connected to each connector on the connector panel during installation and servicing.
Connector name REFERENCE RET 1/2 PROMPTER SDI RET 3/4 Y/R-Y/B-Y R/G/B SYNC WF PIX VBS 1/SDI-1 VBS 2/SDI-2 VBS 3/SDI-3 COAX (BNC type) AUDIO OUTPUT CH-1/CH-2 Connected connector/cable

(EXTERNAL VIEW)

(0 dBu = 0.775 Vrms)


No. 1 2 3 4 5 Signal INCOM (T) IN (Y) INCOM (T) IN (X) INCOM (T) IN (G) INCOM (R) OUT (X) PGM OUT (X) Specifications _20 dBu (CARBON MIC) _60 dBu (DYNAMIC MIC) GND for INCOM Max. 12 dBu Max. 12 dBu

1-569-370-12 plug, BNC

(3P, MALE) MIC REMOTE (15P, FEMALE) INTERCOM/TALLY/PGM (25P, FEMALE) WF MODE (4P, FEMALE) REMOTE

1-508-083-00 XLR, 3-pin FEMALE or CANNON XLR-3-11C or the equivalent 1-506-582-11 D-Sub, 15-pin male or JAE DA-15PF-N or the equivalent D-Sub, 25-pin male, JAE DA25PF-N or the equivalent 1-560-155-00 plug, 4-pin male 1-766-848-11 plug, 8-pin male, or CCA cable assembly (optional) CCA-5-10 (10 m) CCA-5-3 (3 m) 1-508-370-11 XLR, 5-pin male, or CANNON XLR-5-12C or the equivalent

(8P, FEMALE) INCOM (5P, FEMALE)

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1-4. Operating Environment


Operating temperature: Storage temperature: Humidity: Supply voltage: Power consumption: _10 dC to +40 dC _20 dC to +55 dC Noncondensing 100 V to 240 V 10 % (50/60 Hz) 1.8 A 100 V (maximum)

1-6. Mounting on 19-Inch Rack


Two CCU-590/590Ps can be mounted on a 19-inch EIA standard rack in parallel by using rack mount adaptor RMM-301 (optional). Mounting 1. Tighten the four rack mount screws.

1. Do not put the unit in a place subject to high temperature or in a location near heat sources. 2. Do not put the unit in a place subject to excessive electric and magnetic fields. 3. Put the unit in a dry and well-ventilated place. 4. Do not put the unit in a place subject to excessive dust and mechanical shock. 5. Do not put the unit in a place subject to direct sunlight and light.

RMM-301

1-5. Outer Dimensions

B5 screws (6 mm or longer)

2. Mount the CCU-590/590P on the rack mount adaptor as shown in the figure below and tighten the four fixing screws (supplied for RMM-301).

365

Screws 127 124 Screws

200 (216)

11

(Unit: mm)

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1-7. Controlling Camera Using a Coaxial Cable


To make communications available using a coaxial cable in the CA/CCU-590 series, replace the TRIAX connector on the CA with the COAX connector in the following change procedure. Change on the CA side For details of the change on the CA side, refer to CA-590 Maintenance Manual, Section 1-5. Change Procedure Change the connection following the procedure below. Change on the CCU Side 1. Remove the DM-140 board. (Refer to Section 3-4-1 steps 1 and 2.) 2. Disconnect the yellow RF cable from the connector CN1, and connect it to CN2.

RF cable (yellow)

CN2

CN1

DM-140 board

3. Remount the DM-140 board on the unit. Check after Change 1. Connect the coaxial cable between the COAX connector on the CCU rear panel and the COAX connector on the CA. 2. Supply power to the CA and CCU individually, and check that these units work normally.

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CCU-590/P/V1(E)

1-8. Switch Settings


AT-155B board
CN902 J TP501

SW No. S101 (C-4) S102 (D-4) S303 (B-3)

Description PROTECT ROM-SEL H phase adjust V phase adjust NTSC 5 PAL Not used

Factory setting ON OFF B 8

TP506

TP304

S304 (A-3) S305 (B-3)


TP502

TP303 E3 TP302 G TP301

S306 (B-4) S307 (B-4) S308 (A-4) S309 (B-4)

MODE1 1. ON: Analogue audio OFF: Digital audio 2. Not used OFF OFF OFF

RV501 F TP503 TP504 E2 TP505

3. Not used
E

4. Power execution OFF selection OFF on the front panel, when connect the CNU. 5. Not used OFF OFF

D S102

6. ON: WFM&PIX same control enable OFF: WFM&PIX same control disable 7. Monitor selection in MSU 8. For VCS test
S310 S309

RV101 C

S101

OFF (enable) OFF OFF (ALL)

S310 (B-4)

1-4, 6-8: Not used

S305 S306 B S303 S307 S311 S312 E1 S302 5

5. Ethernet connection mode setting OFF ON: Connection of the Ethernet OFF: Non connection of the Ethernet S311 (B-4) S312 (B-4) CCU NO. Set with BCD MODE2 1. ON: System delay LV5000 OFF: WFM601 2. ON: BARS character mix to PIX disable OFF: BARS character mix to PIX enable 3. ON: D-sub 15P WFM-remote OFF: D-sub 15P MIC-remote 4. ON: MIC-Gain-CTL 1, 2 independent OFF: 5. Not used 6. ON: Initial-CCU-ASPECT 16:9 OFF: Initial-CCU-ASPECT 4:3 7. Not used 8. Not used OFF OFF OFF (ALL) (CCU No: 00)

S304

S308

S301 1

AT-155B BOARD (A SIDE)

m . A character string in the parentheses shows switch address (location) on the board. . Never change the setting of the factory use switches.

OFF OFF

OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

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EN-156B board
CN902

SW No.
TP504

Description Select this switch to + or _ according to the waveform monitor to be used +: NPN open collector output _: PNP open collector output 1. ON: SDI output from BNC-1 OFF: VBS 2. ON: SDI output from BNC-2 OFF: VBS

Factory setting _

TP503

S301 (H-3)
RV502

RV501 TP101 H S301 TP302 RV301 RV302 G RV104 RV106

S701 (A-4)

ON OFF ON OFF OFF

S1001 RV105

3. ON: SDI output from BNC-3 OFF: VBS 4. ON: Y/R-Y/B-Y OFF: RGB output S702 (A-4) 1. ON: With Sync on G/Y OFF: Without Sync on G/Y

TP102 E2 F

TP104

TP103

RV102

RV101

RV103

E TP303 TP304 TP305

E3 TP306

2. ON: Without Character on SDI OFF output from BNC-3 OFF: With Character on SDI output from BNC-3 3. ON: Narrow Q-filter on VBS OFF: Wide Q-filter on VBS 4. ON: With Set-up on VBS OFF: Without Set-up on VBS S703 (A-4) 1 and 2 Not used 3. SDI-1 OUT FREQ. ADJ MODE OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF UC model ON

RV303 D E1

RV304

RV305

C TP502

TP301

4. SDI-3 OUT FREQ. ADJ MODE


S707

S704 (A-4)
S708 B TP501 S709 S703 S701

1. ON: Four signals on SEQ OFF: Three signals on SEQ 2. ON: RGB & ENC signals in four signals on SEQ OFF: RGB & Y signals in four signals on SEQ 3. Monitor function out to WF OUT ON: Fixing to ENC OFF: WFM MODE 4. Monitor function mix to PIX OUT ON: Without Character on PIX OFF: With Character on PIX

S704 A S705

S702 S706

OFF

EN-156B BOARD (A SIDE)

OFF

S707 (B-4) S708 (B-4) S709 (B-4)

Not used Not used Not used

OFF OFF OFF RGB

S1001 (G-4) Video selection out to front panel Set the following with S701-4 setting S701-4 S1001 ON (Ycd) Ycd OFF (RGB) RGB

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CCU-590/P/V1(E)

IV-57B board
CN902 J

TR-133B board
E1 CN902

S2

E1

S363
H

F
TP101

TP202
E2 G

E300 TP402 TP302

RV801

RV201 E
TP104 RV105 TP103 RV106 TP102 RV104 RV401

RV601

RV401

RV301

TP801 E801 LV901 LV201 LV601 LV602

TP401

TP301

LV402 LV401

LV302 LV301

RV901 TP201

LV902

C RV902

RV701

TP901

TP1 B

TP21 TP41 TP101

B E3 S101 S104 S102

E102

TP701 E701
S105 S103

LV101

A
A RV101 RV103 RV102 1 2 3 4 5 S106 S107 S108

RV41 S1 E101 1 2 3

RV101

IV-57B BOARD (A SIDE)


SW No. S101 (A-3) Description Retern Video input mode selection at S106 (A-3): LOCAL setting 1. ON: VBS-1/OFF: SDI-1 2. ON: VBS-2/OFF: Not used 3. ON: VBS-3/OFF: SDI-3 4. ON: VBS-4/OFF: SDI-4 S102 (B-4) 1 to 3 Not used 4. SDI RETURN FREQ. ADJ MODE S103 (A-4) S104 (B-4) S105 (A-4)
CCU-590/P/V1(E)

TR-133B BOARD (A SIDE)


Factory setting SW No. S2 (G-4) ON ON OFF OFF S363 (F-4) Description TX: Factory setting

Fix Prompter video REMOTE direction from CCU to CHU RX: Fix Prompter video direction from CHU to CCU REMOTE: Direction selectable on CCU configuration menu For adjustment use only OFF

OFF OFF OFF OFF

Not used Not used Not used

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AU-295 board
K CN902

SW No. S1 (J-4)
S2 S4 S1 S3

Description

Factory setting

CONTACT: R TALLY is contact mode CONTACT POWER: R TALLY is power mode (with S3) CONTACT: R TALLY is contact mode CONTACT POWER: R TALLY is power mode (with S4) TTL: POWER: TTL: POWER: Not used TEST (Not used) FP PGM select PGM1/MIX/PGM2 Not used PGM mode ANA/Digital FP INCOM MODE SEP/MIX/OFF 0 dB: PGM1 line is set to 0 dB _20 dB: PGM1 line is set to _20 dB 0 dB: PGM2 line is set to 0 dB _20 dB: PGM2 line is set to _20 dB 0 dB: MIC2 line is set to 0 dB _20 dB: MIC2 line is set to _20 dB 0 dB: MIC1 line is set to 0 dB _20 dB: MIC1 line is set to _20 dB RTS: Prod line is set to RTS CC: Prod line is set to ClearCom RTS: ENG line is set to RTS CC: ENG line is set to ClearCom 4W: Prod line is set to 4W RTS: ENG line is set to RTS/CC 4W: ENG line is set to 4W RTS: ENG line is set to RTS/CC R TALLY is TTL mode R TALLY is power mode (with S1) TTL

S200 H S201

S2 (J-4)

S3 (H-4)
G

S4 (H-4)
RV202 S203 TP202 F RV201 RV200 S202

R-TALLY is TTL mode TTL R-TALLY is power mode (with S2) OFF OFF MIX 0 ANA OFF 0 dB 0 dB 0 dB 0 dB RTS RTS 4W 4W

S100 (A-2) S101 (A-2) S102 (A-3)

S103 (B-2) S104 (B-2)


S207 D S206

S107 (A-2) S200 (H-2)


IC105

S201 (H-2) S202 (F-3)

B S103 S106 S104 S105 S205 S107 S102 S204

S203 (F-3) S204 (A-4)


RV101 RV203 RV100 RV102 RV204 3 4 5

S100 S101 S108

S205 (A-4) S206 (D-4) S207 (D-3)

AU-295 BOARD (A SIDE)

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CCU-590/P/V1(E)

SW-1189 board
2 1 S5

A S6

S2 B

S4

S3

RV1

SW-1189 BOARD (A SIDE)

SW No. S2 (B-2) S3 (C-1)

Description Main power switch INCOM select PROD: Producer line PRIV: Communication available only between CA and CCU ENG: Engineer line MIC/PGM switch MIC-ON: Head set MIC ON MIC-OFF: Head set MIC OFF PGM: Program audio output MIC select CARBON ECM DYNAMIC GND OPEN

Factory setting OFF PRIV

S4 (C-2)

OFF

S5 (A-1)

DYNAMIC

S6 (A-1)

GND

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

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1-9. Instance of System Configuration


1.35" COLOR VF (BVF-C10W) 2" VF (BVF-20W/20WCE) 1.5" VF (BVF-10/10CE) ELECTRONIC VIEWFINDER BVF-55/55CE

CAMERA ADAPTOR (*3) CA-570/570P


TRIAX CABLE (*1) ENG/EFP LENS or COAX CABLE

COLOR VIDEO CAMERA BVP-E10/E10P BVP-E10WS/E10WSP


1.35" COLOR VF (BVF-C10W) 2" VF (BVF-20W/20WCE) 1.5" VF (BVF-10/10CE)

ELECTRONIC VIEWFINDER BVF-55/55CE

CAMERA ADAPTOR CA-590/590P (*3)

TRIAX CABLE (*1) ENG/EFP LENS COLOR VIDEO CAMERA BVP-E30/E30P BVP-E30WS/E30WSP

ELECTRONIC VIEWFINDER BVF-77/77CE

STUDIO ZOOM LENS

TRIAX CABLE (*1)

LARGE LENS ADAPTER VIEWFINDER SADDLE + CA-905T/905K/905F BKP-9057

*1: Triax cable length (Fujikura cable) Cable-length limitation for prompter signal transmission 500 m 1000 m

*2: CCA-5 CABLE LENGTH

RCP-750/751

(
CCA-5

RCP

)
CCA-5

CNU

CCA-5

CCU

Diameter 8.5 mm 14.5 mm

Extensible length 700 m 1400 m

Total length 200 m or less

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CCU-590/P/V1(E)

System with CNU-700


REMOTE CONTROL PANEL RCP-750 RCP-751 CCA-5 CABLE (*2) CAMERA COMMAND NETWORK UNIT CNU-700 CCA-5 CABLE (max. 200 m)

CCA-5 CABLE (*2)

PIX WF

VIDEO SELECTOR VCS-700

PIX WF MASTER SETUP UNIT MSU-900/950 CAMERA CONTROL UNIT CCU-590/590P CCA-5 CABLE (max. 200 m)

CCA-5 CABLE (*2)

System without CNU-700


CAMERA CONTROL UNIT CCU-550D/550DP (*3, *4, *5, *6) CCA-5 CABLE (*2) RCP-750 RCP-751

PANEL STANDARD ACTIVE MEMORY STICK

TEST

BARS

CLOSE

VTR STAR OP

AWB

ABB

WHITE
MONITOR PANEL STANDARD ACTIVE MEMORY STICK AWB ABB TEST BARS CLOSE VTR START/STOP

FUNCTION VF DISP MAINTENANCE VF MENU SCENE CANCEL PAINT ENTER

BLACK

WHITE
MONITOR AUTO IRIS/MB IRIS ACTIVE MASTER BLACK EXT

FUNCTION VF DISP MAINTENANCE VF MENU SCENE CANCEL PAINT ENTER

BLACK

ALARM MENU SELECT

IRIS

REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RM-B750


AUTO IRIS/MB IRIS ACTIVE MASTER BLACK EXT

ALARM MENU SELECT

IRIS

REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RM-B750

REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RM-B750

REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RM-B750

*3: When the CA-570/570P/590/590P is connected with the CCU-550D/ 550DP, use of intercom transmission channel is limited to only one channel. In this case, use the INCOM 1 connector of the CA-570/570P/590/590P. *4: The CCU-550D/550DP incorporating the DC Power Unit BKP-5974 cannot be used together with the CA-905K/905F. Be sure not to use the CCU-550D/550DP incorporating the BKP-5974 when using the CA905K/905F. *5: The viewfinder BVF-7700 cannot be used together with CCU-550D/ 550DP had been connected. Be sure to use the CCU-700A/700AP. *6: When CCU-550D/550DP is connected, the prompter cannot be fed backward (CHU to CCU).
CCU-590/P/V1(E)

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Section 2 System Setup


2-1. CCU-MENU
There are NETWORK SETTING menu and CCU CONFIGURATION menu in CCU-MENU. (Refer to 2-1-1. Menu Operation of CCU and 2-1-2. Change and Setting of CCU-MENU) . When software V1.21 or later version is used with the system connection mode via Ethernet set; The NETWORK SETTING menu is displayed on CCU-MENU screen, and the NETWORK SETTING menu can be used. (Refer to 2-1-3. Network Setting Menu (When software V1.10 or later version is used with the system connection mode via Ethernet set) for the explanation of the menu screen) 4. Perform the following operations in order to display the CCU CONFIGURATION menu on CCUMENU. 1) Set the CHARACTER switch on the IV-57B board to OFF (center position). 2) Push the CONTROL SELECT switch on the EN156B board downward (ENTER) twice continuously, and then turn the CHARACTER switch on the IV-57B board down (MENU) within two seconds. 5. To cancel the status display and the CCU-MENU operation, set the CHARACTER switch to OFF (center position).

2-1-1. Menu Operation of CCU


Connect the monitor television to the PIX connector on the CCU rear panel. 1. To operate the menu of CCU, open the front panel of CCU-590/590P, and use the CHARACTER switch and the +/_ switch on the IV-57B board, and the CONTROL SELECT switch and the +/_ switch on the EN156B board.
REMOTE LOCAL

EN
EN
CCU DIAG BLACK

IV

IV
Y R-Y B-Y

CONTOROL SELECT CHARACTER


CANCEL ENTER REMOTE OFF MENU

CHU LOCK

RETURN SET
REMOTE LOCAL

+ CONTOROL SELECT CHARACTER


CANCEL ENTER REMOTE OFF MENU

+ -

2-1-2. Change and Setting of CCU-MENU


1. When the +/_ switch on the EN-156B board is pressed upward (+) or downward (_) on the CCUMENU screen, on the screen moves. 2. Place beside the desired menu, and press the CONTROL SELECT switch downward (ENTER) to move to the menu you want to select. 3. To change the contents of each item on the CCUMENU, select the page to be changed, and press the CONTROL SELECT switch downward (ENTER side) once to confirm the selected page. 4. Use the +/_ switch on the EN-156B board to place beside the item you want to change, and press the CONTROL SELECT switch downward (ENTER side) once to confirm the item. As a result, ? is displayed, and the change of setting is possible. 5. Use the +/_ switch on the EN-156B board to change the setting of the ? item, and then press the CONTROL SELECT switch downward (ENTER side) once to confirm the setting. 6. To cancel the status display and the CCU-MENU operation, set the CHARACTER switch to OFF (center position). 2-1

+ -

+ -

2. Pressing the CHARACTER switch on the IV-57B board upward displays the status display menu of CCU. Pressing the +/_ switch upward (+) or downward (_) on the IV-57B board changes the pages, and another screen is displayed. The page number zero is a blank page with no character. 3. Pressing the CHARACTER switch downward displays CCU-MENU. The display of an initial screen is different in the following conditions. . When version of the software prior to V1.21; The NETWORK SETTING menu is displayed on CCU-MENU screen, but the NETWORK SETTING menu can not be used. . When software V1.21 or later version is used without the system connection mode via Ethernet set (Factory setting); Nothing is displayed on CCU-MENU screen because CCU-590/590P is not set to Ethernet connected mode.
CCU-590/P/V1(E)

2-1-3. Network Setting Menu (When software V1.20 or later version is used with the system connection mode via Ethernet set.)
Page Menu / Menu Image N00 IP ADDR SET Item HOST IP ADDRESS SUB NET MASK Setting 0 to 255 0 to 255 0 to 255 Description Sets the host IP address. Sets the subnet mask. Sets the default gateway. Reflects all the above settings.

<IP ADDR SET> HOST IP SUB NET DEFUALT

?N00 TOP

ADDRESS XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX MASK XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX GATEWAY XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX SET

DEFAULT GATEWAY SET

N01

ETHER I/F CONF

<ETHER I/F CONF>?N01 TOP AUTO NEGOTIATION : ON AUTO MDIX : ON CONNECT CONFIGRATION CONNECT SPEED : 100M DUPLEX MODE : FULL MDI/MDIX SELECT : MDI LINK CONDITION : ( UP ) SET

AUTO NEGOTIATION AUTO MDIX CONNECT SPEED DUPLEX MODE MDI/MDIX SELECT LINK CONDITION

ON /OFF ON /OFF 100M /10M FULL /HALF MDI /MDIX (UP) / (DOWN)

Sets auto negotiation. Sets auto MDIX. Sets the connection speed. Sets the communication method. Sets the communication line. Displays the network communication status. Reflects all the above settings.

SET N02 700PTP SETTING NS MODE LEGACY / BRIDGE/MCS (CLIENT) ( blank , 1 to 24) 0 to 255

<700PTP SETTING>?N02 TOP NS MODE : LEGACY MCS MODE : (CLIENT) CCU NO : (1 ) MASTER IP ADDRESS XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX

Sets the communication mode.

MCS MODE CCU NO MASTER IP ADDRESS

Displays that the CCU is the client. Displays the CCU number. Sets the IP address of the master device in the MCS mode.

N03

NETWORK RESET

<NETWORK RESET> ?N03 TOP ALL RESET

ALL RESET

Returns the network-related information status to the factory default status.

: The settings in the box are default values.

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CCU-590/P/V1(E)

2-1-4. CCU CONFIGURATION MENU C00: OUTPUT SELECT

C02: BAR CHARA SET

<BAR CHARA SET> 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 2

?C02 TOP

<OUTPUT SELECT> 1 OUTPUT: CAMERA *BAR TEST1 TEST2 WFM:*ENC R&G PIX:*ENC R&G

C00 TOP

2 3

R G B G&B R&B R G B G&B R&B

SEQ RGB RGB

<ALLL CLEAR>

1 BAR CHARA SET 1 OUTPUT CAMERA/BARS/TEST1/ TEST2 2 MONITOR SELECTOR WFM ENC/RGB/SEQ/R&G/G&B/ R&B/RGB 3 MONITOR SELECTOR PIX ENC/RGB/R&G/G&B/R&B/ RGB 2 ALL CLEAR

SET THE CHARACTER ON THE CB ALL CLEAR

ESC and END can be selected when entry of characters reaches the right end of the screen. Selection of END completes entry of desired characters. Description on editing The following describes the procedure for editing the first line as an example. Switches used . ENTER . CHANSEL . UP . DOWN 1. Initial state

C01: VIDEO OUTPUT

<VIDEO OUTPUT> 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 BAR SELECT : GRAY-OUT SET: TEST2 SELECT: BAR-CHARA : WHITE-LEVEL: BLACK-LEVEL: ASPECT-FLAG :

C01 TOP SMPTE ON 3-STEP ON 75% 15% ---

<BAR CHARA SET> 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

TOP

1 BAR SELECT

2 3 4 5 6 7

DEFAULT/SMPTE/EIA/ FULL/EBU/95%/NTSC100%/ PAL100%/SNG GRAY OUT SET CB/GRAY TEST2 SELECT 3-STEP/10-STEP BAR-CHARA ON/OFF BAR-CHARA WHITE LEVEL 75%/88%/100%/107% BAR-CHARA BLACK LEVEL 0%/7.5%/15%/25% ASPECT FLAG ___

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

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2. Press ENTER with the cursor positioned at line No. 1 to enter the editing mode.

b. When UP is pressed at ESC

<BAR CHARA SET>


<BAR CHARA SET> 1? 2 3 4 5 C TOP

TOP

Data editing position cursor

1? 2 3 4 5 $%&'()*+,-./0123456789: ;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQR STUVWXYZ[ ]_ INS DEL RET ESC END

$%&'()*+,-./0123456789: ;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQR STUVWXYZ[ ]_ INS DEL RET ESC END Software keyboard

Switch functions in the editing mode . ENTER Shifts to the character entry mode. . CHANSEL Resets the editing mode. (As with ESC, edited content is not reflected.) . UP Cursor increment (right shift) . DOWN Cursor decrement (left shift) (1) Pressing UP shifts right the data editing position cursor by one step.

*1: Pressing ENTER here resets the editing mode while reflecting the edited content. *2: Pressing DOWN returns the cursor to ESC. (2) Pressing DOWN shifts left the data editing position cursor by one step.

<BAR CHARA SET> 1? 2 3 4 5

TOP

<BAR CHARA SET> 1? 2 3 4 5

TOP

$%&'()*+,-./0123456789: ;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQR STUVWXYZ[ ]_ INS DEL RET ESC END

$%&'()*+,-./0123456789: ;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQR STUVWXYZ[ ]_ INS DEL RET ESC END

* When the cursor comes to the data start position (left end), it does not shift any more.

a. When UP is pressed at the end of the data editing region

<BAR CHARA SET> 1? 2 3 4 5

TOP

$%&'()*+,-./0123456789: ;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQR STUVWXYZ[ ]_ INS DEL RET ESC END

2-4

*1: Pressing ENTER here resets the edited content and editing mode. *2: Pressing DOWN returns the cursor to the end of the data editing region.
CCU-590/P/V1(E)

3. Press ENTER in the editing mode to enter the character entry mode.

a. INS operation

<BAR CHARA SET> <BAR CHARA SET> 1?1234 2 3 4 5 $%&'()*+,-./0123456789: ;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQR STUVWXYZ[ ]_ INS DEL RET ESC END C TOP 1?1234 2 3 4 5

TOP

$%&'()*+,-./0123456789: ;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQR STUVWXYZ[ ]_ INS DEL RET ESC END

When ENTER is pressed * The cursor appears in the software keyboard area.
<BAR CHARA SET> C TOP

Switch functions in the character entry mode . ENTER Fixes characters. (Character entry mode editing mode) . CHANSEL Resets the character entry mode. (As with RET, character selection is not reflected.) . UP Cursor increment (right shift) on the software keyboard . DOWN Cursor decrement (left shift) on the software keyboard Special functions on the software keyboard: Position the cursor at an applicable function and press ENTER. . INS Inserts a space character at the data editing position cursor without changing mode. . DEL Deletes a character at the data editing position cursor without changing mode. The following characters shift left by one character. . RET Resets the character entry mode. (As with CHANSEL, character selection is not reflected.) (1) Pressing UP shifts right the character select cursor by one character.

1?1 234 2 3 4 5 $%&'()*+,-./0123456789: ;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQR STUVWXYZ[ ]_ INS DEL RET ESC END

b. DEL operation

<BAR CHARA SET> 1?1234 2 3 4 5

TOP

$%&'()*+,-./0123456789: ;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQR STUVWXYZ[ ]_ INS DEL RET ESC END

When ENTER is pressed


<BAR CHARA SET> 1?134 2 3 4 5 $%&'()*+,-./0123456789: ;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQR STUVWXYZ[ ]_ INS DEL RET ESC END C TOP

<BAR CHARA SET> 1?1234 2 3 4 5

TOP

$%&'()*+,-./0123456789: ;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQR STUVWXYZ[ ]_ INS DEL RET ESC END

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

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(2) Pressing DOWN shifts left the character select cursor by one character.

C03: MONITOR OUTPUT

<BAR CHARA SET> 1?1234 2 3 4 5

TOP

<MONITOR-OUTPUT>?C03 TOP 1 LEVEL-GATE OFF Y-LEVEL1 254%~ 354% 0 Y-LEVEL25 54%~ 108% 0 SKIN-GATE OFF 0 MARKER --4:3 MODURATION --0 CHARACTER WHITE-LEVEL 75% BLACK-LEVEL 15% BAR-CHARA-MIX (ON) 4 6 8 0 !=

$%&'()*+,-./0123456789: ;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQR STUVWXYZ[ ]_ INS DEL RET ESC END

7 9 !![ !] !\

Supplementary explanation Use CCU CONFIGURATION MENU to check the data entered on this page. Set BAR-CHARA to ON on the <C01> VIDEO OUT page. Since the DATE ON BARS function that exists on the <OTHERS> page in the same category takes precedence, DATE ON BARS data is displayed in the applicable row when DATE ON BARS is ON.

1 LEVEL-GATE 2

4 5 6 7 8 9 0 !!= ![ !] !\

OFF/1&2/1/2/(- - -SKIN GATE ON) Y-LEVEL1 AREA MIN 0% < DATA < Y-LEVEL1 AREA MAX Y-LEVEL1 AREA MAX Y-LEVEL1 AREA MIN < Data < 108% Y-LEVEL1 LEVEL SETTING 99 Y-LEVEL2 AREA THRESHOLD 0% < DATA < 108% Y-LEVEL2 LEVEL SETTING 99 SKIN GATE ON/OFF ON/OFF SKIN GATE LEVEL 99 MARKER ON/OFF ON/OFF MARKER SELECT 4:3/13:9/14:9/15:9/EURO-V/ VISTA/CINEMA MODURATION ON/OFF ON/OFF MODURATION LEVEL 99 MONITOR CHARA WHITE LEVEL 75%/88%/100%/107% MONITOR CHARA BLACK LEVEL 0%/7.5%/15%/25% BAR CHARA MIX ON/OFF ON/OFF

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CCU-590/P/V1(E)

C04: RETURN/PROMPTER

C06: GEN LOCK PHASE

<RETURN/PROMPT> ?C04 TOP 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 !/ RET-SET (REMOTE) RET1 : VBS-1 RET2 : VBS-2 RET3 : SDI-3 RET4 : SDI-4 MIX-Y (OFF) MIX-MODE LUM RATIO 0.50 1 2 3 4 5 6

<GEN-LOCK PHASE>?C06 TOP REFERENCE: (None) GEN-LOCK : (None) PHASE-CTL: (REMOTE) H-PHASE STEP : (-3.55 usec) COARSE: 0 SC-PHASE: 0

PROMPTER : (REMOTE) : CCU to CHU

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 !/

RET-SET MODE RET1 RET2 RET3 RET4 MIX-Y MIX-MODE MIX RATIO PROMPTER MODE PROMPTER

REMOTE/LOCAL SELECTABLE 1 to 4 SELECTABLE 1 to 4 SELECTABLE 1 to 4 SELECTABLE 1 to 4 ON/OFF LUM/EDGE-BLK/EDGE-WHT 0.00 to 1.00 REMOTE/LOCAL CCU CHU/CHU CCU

1 2 3 4 5 6

REFERENCE GEN-LOCK PHASE CONTROL H-PHASE STEP H-PHASE COARSE SC PHASE

EXT-in/None None/NG/OK LOCAL/REMOTE +9.48 to _8.29 usec 99 0d to 359d

C05: AUDIO SET

<AUDIO SET> 1 2 3

?C05 TOP

CHU MIC GAIN : (LOCAL) CH1 : 60dB CH2 : 60dB MAIN SDI AUDIO EMBEDDED : ON

1 CH1 2 CH2 3 EMBEDDED

60/50/40/30/20dB 60/50/40/30/20dB ON/OFF

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

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C07: TRIAX VIDEO ADJUST n Perform the TRIAX VIDEO adjustment only when necessary. 1) Lock

C08: VIDEO OUT ADJUST

<VIDEO OUT ADJ> C08 TOP 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 VBS LEVEL : CHROMA: PIX LEVEL : CHROMA: WFM LEVEL : CHROMA: G/Y LEVEL: B/B-Y LEVEL: R/R-Y LEVEL: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

<TRIAX VIDEOADJ> C07 TOP 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 * * LEVEL Y * B-Y * R-Y * BLACK Y * B-Y * R-Y * AXIS B-Y * R-Y *CHU H-PHASE * TRIAX TEST : : : : : : : : : : * 0 * +14 * -08 * +11 * -02 * -03 * 0 * -01 * -01 * OFF CLEAR*

2) Unlock (When adjusting) To unlock the display, push ENTER of the CONTROL SELECT switch on the EN-156B board for two seconds.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

VBS LEVEL VBS CHROMA PIX LEVEL PIX CHROMA WFM LEVEL WFM CHROMA G/Y LEVEL B/B-Y LEVEL R/R-Y LEVEL

99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99

<TRIAX VIDEOADJ> C07 TOP

C09: SETTING DATA


2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 !LEVEL Y B-Y R-Y BLACK Y B-Y R-Y AXIS B-Y R-Y CHU H-PHASE TRIAX TEST : : : : : : : : : : 0 +14 -08 +11 -02 -03 0 -01 -01 OFF CLEAR

<SETTING DATA> 1 2 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 RECALL STORE READ MS WRITE MS FILE ID : CCU CODE: DATE :

C09 TOP

PRESET

1 CLEAR

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 !-

Y GAIN B-Y GAIN R-Y GAIN Y DC B-Y DC R-Y DC B-Y DISTORTION R-Y DISTORTION CHU-H PHASE TRIAX TEST

ALL CLEAR OK ? ENTER ALL CLEAR COMPLETE 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 OFF/ON

1 RECALL 2 STORE 3 4 5 6 7 8 READ MS WRITE MS FILE ID CCU CODE DATE PRESET

RECALL CCU SETTING DATA ENTER STORE CCU SETTING DATA ENTER

PRESET CCU SETTING DATA ENTER


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C10: ADJUST DATA

C12: DISPLAY

<ADJUST DATA> 1 2 RECALL STORE

?C10 TOP 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

<DISPLAY> MESSAGE MASTER GAIN ASPECT EVS/SHUTTER ND FILTER CC FILTER IRIS EXTENDER

C12 TOP : ALL : : : : : : : ON ON ON ON ON ON ON

PRESET

1 RECALL 2 STORE 3 PRESET

RECALL CCU ADJUST DATA ENTER STORE CCU ADJUST DATA ENTER PRESET CCU ADJUST DATA ENTER

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

MESSAGE MASTER GAIN ASPECT EVS/SHUTTER ND FILTER CC FILTER IRIS EXTENDER

ALL/WARNING/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF

C11: MENU SETTING C13: OTHERS 1/2


<MENU SETTING> 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 RESUME ALARM JUMP : : ?C11 TOP ON ON RVS STD RVS STD

<OTHERS> DATE/TIME 1 6 2004/12/07 TIME ZONE

?C13 TOP

RE DIRECTION CATEGORY : PAGE : ITEM : DATA :

13:51 00:00

DATE ON BARS MIX ON 1 H CENTER 3V BACKUP RESET

4 5

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

RESUME ALARM JUMP RE DIRECTION CATEGORY PAGE ITEM DATA

ON/OFF ON/OFF STD/RVS STD/RVS STD/RVS STD/RVS 1 2 3 4 5 6 DATE/TIME MIX V H BACKUP RESET * TIME ZONE*1 YY/MM/DD hh:mm ON/OFF 1 to 12 LEFT/CENTER/RIGHT FRAM RESET hh:mm

*: After this operation, turn off the power switch, and turn on again. *1: This is displayed from the version of the software V1.20 and later.

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C14: OTHERS 2/2

C15: SERIAL NO SET

<OTHERS 2/2> 1 2

?C14 TOP 1

<SERIAL NO SET> ?C15 TOP SERIAL No : 0010001 WRITE EDIT CANCEL

TRUNK LINE : OFF TRUNK LINE SEL : ---

REAR PREVIEW

: MOMENTARY SERIAL No :

1 TRUNK LINE 2 TRUNK LINE SEL 3 REAR PREVIEW*

OFF/ON _ _ _/INCOM2/AUDIO2 MOMENTARY/TOGGLE

1 SERIAL NO C15: SERIAL NO SET

SETTING

*: This is displayed from the version of the software V1.20 and later.

This is displayed from the version of the software V1.20 and later as follows.

<SERIAL NO SET> ?C15 TOP 1 2 3 SERIAL No : 00130001 NAME: CCU-590 DEST: UC WRITE EDIT CANCEL TIMER-RESET FACTORY-RECALL 4 5

1 2 3 4 5

SERIAL NO SETTING NAME CCU-590 DEST UC TIMER-RESET FACTORY-RECALL

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2-2. Audio System


2-2-1. Settings for the Intercom Systems
This unit can use two intercom lines independently, a producer line and an engineer line. The two lines can be selected by means of the camera adapter CA-590/590P or CCU-590/590P. Since this unit conforms to the 4W and RTS intercom systems, set the internal switch in accordance with the system to be used.
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1. Selecting the intercom system Select the intercom system, 4W or RTS or CC *, for each engineer or producer line.
* CC: Clear Com

J S2 S4 S1 S3

S200 H S201

. For the producer line: Set the switches S206 (PROD SELECT) and S204 (CC/ RTS) on the AU-295 board according to the intercom system to be used. Factory setting: 4 W . For the engineer line: Set the switches S207 (ENG SELECT) and S205 on the AU-295 board according to the intercom system to be used. Factory setting: 4 W RTS cancel adjustment If the system is in RTS or CC intercom, it is necessary to perform the following adjustments as well. (1) Connect a headset to the INCOM connector on the front panel. Complete the headset setting referring to 2. Setting the headset microphone described later. (2) Turn the SIDE TONE control on the panel of the AU295 board fully counterclockwise to minimize the side tone level. (3) Set the MIC/PGM switch on the front panel to MICON. (4) Set the PROD/PRIV/ENG switch on the front panel to PROD. (5) While speaking through the headset microphone, adjust the PROD RTS CANCEL control on the panel of the AU-295 board to minimize the side tone level. (6) Set the PROD/PRIV/ENG switch on the front panel to ENG. (7) While speaking through the headset microphone, adjust the ENG RTS CANCEL control on the panel of the AU-295 board to minimize the side tone level. (8) Reset the SIDE TONE control on the panel of the AU295 board to the original position. n When S206 and S207 are set to RTS and CC respectively, be sure to connect this camera system to the RTS or CC intercom system. Otherwise oscillation may occur.

G RV202 S203 F TP202 RV201 RV200 S202

S207 D

S206

IC105 C

B S103 S106 S104 S105 S205 S107 A 1 S102 S204

S100 S101 S108

RV101 RV203 RV100 RV102 RV204 3 4 5

AU-295 BOARD (A SIDE) AU board

AU

FRONT INTERCOM
PGM1 LEVEL

PGM1 LEVEL control


PGM2 LEVEL

PGM2 LEVEL control


SIDE TONE

RTS CANCEL
PROD ENG

SIDE TONE control RTS CANCEL control

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2. Setting the headset microphone Set the switch S5 on the SW-1189 board according to the type of headset microphone connected to the INCOM connector on the front panel. When a carbon microphone is used: CM When a dynamic microphone is used: DYN (factory setting) When an ECM microphone is used: ECM n When the switch S5 is set to DYN, the switch S6 is also set according to the type of microphone, balanced or unbalanced. When a balanced type microphone is used: OPEN When an unbalanced type is used: GND (factory setting) . Side tone adjustment Adjust the side tone level through the headset connected INCOM connector on the front panel to the desired level by the SIDE TONE control on the panel of the AU-295 board.

3. Setting the input signal level of the program audio signal Set the switch S200 (PGM IN) on the AU-295 board to 0 dB or _20 dB, according to the audio signal level of the camera system. Factory setting: 0 dB . Mix level adjustment of program audio signal Adjust the mix level of the program audio signals through the headset connected to the INCOM connector on the front panel to the desired level by the PGM LEVEL control on the panel of the AU-295 board. 4. Selecting the intercom line connected to the INCOM connector Select the intercom line connected to the INCOM connector by the switch on the front panel as follows. . To connect the producer line: Set the PROD/PRIV/ENG switch to PROD. . To connect the engineer line: Set the PROD/PRIV/ENG switch to ENG. . To connect only the camera: Set the PROD/PRIV/ENG switch to PRIV. When the switch is set to PRIV, the external intercom line is deactivated, and only the intercom with the camera is activated. 5. Switch settings on the AU-295 board The switch settings and the signal flow of the AU-295 board are as shown below. (Refer to the below diagram.)

INTERCOM/TALLY/PGM connector on the rear panel Program line System intercom Talk Producer line Receive Talk Engineer line Receive
X 1 Y 2 G 3 X Y G X Y X Y G X Y !\ !; !. !!= ![ !] !' 8 9 S200

4. Selection of the PGM input level PGM

0dB/20dB S206 PRIV(Front panel)

4W/RTS ENG/PROD (Camera side) S207 PRIV(Front panel)

INCOM 1

4W/RTS

1. Selection of the input, 4W or RTS

ENG/PROD (Front panel)

RV102

INCOM SELECT switch on the front panel of the AT board 3. Setting for the INTERCOM connector on the front panel
to the INTERCOM connector on the front panel

4. Setting the mix ratio of the program sent to the front panel

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2-2-2. Setting the Program Microphone Signal


This unit can output the two program microphone lines (MIC 1 and MIC 2) after receiving the independent two program microphone lines (MIC 1 and MIC 2) from the video camera BVP-E30/E30P and camera adapter CA-590/ 590P. Remote control of the input level of a microphone

Setting the microphone output level


K CN902

J S2 S4 S1 S3

S200 H S201

G RV202 S203 F TP202 RV201 RV200 S202

The level of the microphone signal input to the MIC connector on the BVP-E30/E30P or the MIC connector on the CA-590/590P can be controlled by this unit. The adjustable range is from _60 dBu to _20 dBu in 10 dBu steps. Select either step of the following. 1. Microphone input level adjustment from the MIC REMOTE connector The microphone input level control is set by pin 8 and pin 15 of the MIC REMOTE connector on the rear panel. The microphone input level is controlled by pin 5, pin 6, and pin 7 of the MIC REMOTE connector.
Setting the microphone input level control Pin No. 8 L L H H 15 L H L H Microphone connector MIC IN CH-1 ON ON OFF Internal settings MIC IN CH-2 ON OFF ON

S207 D

S206

IC105 C

B S103 S106 S104 S105 S205 S107 A 1 S102 S204

S100 S101 S108

RV101 RV203 RV100 RV102 RV204 3 4 5

AU-295 BOARD (A SIDE)

The level of the signal output from the MIC OUTPUT connectors on the rear panel is selected (0 dBu, _20 dBu) by the switches on the AU-295 board. MIC OUTPUT 1 level: switch S203 (MIC 1 LEV) MIC OUTPUT 2 level: switch S202 (MIC 2 LEV) Factory setting: 0 dBu (Both S202 and S203) 2. Microphone input adjustment using CCU menu The microphone input level can also be set by the CCU CONFIGURATION menu of C05 page.

Setting the microphone input level Pin No. _60 dBu _50 dBu _40 dBu _30 dBu _20 dBu 7 H L H L H 6 H H L L H 5 H H H H L

H: +5 V (C-MOS level) L: GND Input impedance: 100 kZ +5 V pull up

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2-3. Control System


2-3-1. Setting for the Tally System
This unit conforms to red-tally and green-tally systems and also to contact supply and power supply (24 V/TTL). Set switches on the AU-295 board according to the tally system to be used.
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2-4. Video System


The signal levels of the units used in the BVP-E30/E30P series camera system are set to the standard values at the factory. Before starting operation, check the levels of the units, and adjust them if necessary. Basically, adjustment is performed with the controls and switches on the internal boards, but some adjustment can be made from the CCU CONFIGURATION menu. For such items, perform basic adjustment with the switches and controls on the boards, and fine adjustment with the CONFIGURATION menu*.
* For how to use the CONFIGURATION menu, refer to Section 2-1. CCU CONFIGURATION MENU.

J S2 S4 S1 S3

S200 H S201

G RV202 S203 F TP202 RV201 RV200 S202

2-4-1. Selecting the Input/Output Signal


Select the signal of the input and output connectors in accordance with the video system to be installed.
S206

S207 D

IC105 C

B S103 S106 S104 S105 S205 S107 A 1 S102 S204

S100 S101 S108

RV101 RV203 RV102 RV204 RV100 3 4 5

AU-295 BOARD (A SIDE)

Setting the VBS OUT connector Set the signal output from the VBS/SDI-1 to 3 OUT connectors on the rear panel by the switch S701 (OUTPUT) on the EN board. VBS/SDI-1 and 3 To output VBS signal: OFF To output SDI signal: ON (factory setting) VBS/SDI-2 To output VBS signal: OFF (factory setting) To output SDI signal: ON Setting the Y/G, R-Y/R and B-Y/B OUT connectors Set the signal output from the Y/G, R-Y/R and B-Y/B OUT connectors on the rear panel by the switch S701 (OUTPUT) on the EN board. To output Y/R-Y/ B-Y signal: ON To output RGB signal: OFF (factory setting)

Set the switches as follows:


Settings for the tally system Red tally Switches Contact supply 24 V power supply 5 V power supply S1 CONTACT POWER POWER S3 POWER TTL Green tally S2 CONTACT POWER POWER S4 POWER TTL

2-4-2. Resetting the Control Data


Before adjustment, reset the control data of the unit. 1. Open page C13 of the CCU CONFIGURATION menu. 2. Position the cursor at BACKUP RESET in the lower line. 3. Press ENTER once, BACKUP RESET OK? is displayed. 4. Press ENTER again to reset the control data. 5. Be sure to turn off and on the power.
CCU-590/P/V1(E)

At the factory, set the switches S1 and S2 on the CCU-590/590P to CONTACT.

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2-4-3. Adjusting the Phases of the Signals


Adjust the signal phase of the unit. Before starting adjustment, input the following sync signals to the unit and all equipment connected. CCU-590/590P A reference signal of the system including a burst and sync signals Signal level: 40 IRE (for CCU-590) or 0.3 V p-p (for CCU-590P) Waveform monitor, vectorscope A reference sync signal of the system specified by the equipment to be used Adjusting the phases of the sync signal Adjust the phases of the output signals so that the phases of the output signals align with the phase of the reference signal. The LOCAL adjustment and REMOTE adjustment are selectable for this phase adjustment. The settings are stored in both LOCAL and REMOTE adjustments. The adjustment data can be checked by the CCU CONFIGURATION menu.
AT-155B board

REMOTE adjustment : Perform the following steps using the CCU CONFIGURATION menu. 1. Set the REMOTE/H/SC switch on the AT-155B board to REMOTE. 2. Open C06 page. 3. Adjust the H phase and SC-H phase on the menu screen. H phase: Change the setting of COARSE. SC-H phase: Change the setting of SC-PHASE. Adjusting the phases of the camera signals Adjust the phases of the blanking section of camera and the blanking section of CCU so that they are identical. The phases are adjusted at the factory. 1. Close the iris on the lens. 2. Set the master black level of the camera to the maximum value. 3. Monitoring the VBS signal, adjust the phases using the CCU CONFIGURATION menu CHU H-PHASE (page C07) so that the blanking period of the camera signal disappears from the monitor screen. Test point: VBS 1 OUT/CCU rear panel
0 us

AT

REFERENCE
REFERENCE IN LOCK

4. Reset the master black level of the camera to 0.


REFERENCE control

PHASE
REMOTE H SC

+ -

PHASE control

LOCAL adjustment : To adjust the phases of the sync signal using the switches on the AT-155B board, perform the following steps. 1. Set the REMOTE/H/SC switch on the AT-155B board to H or SC. 2. Adjust the H phase and SC-H phase with the +/_ switch. 3. After adjustment, set the REMOTE/H/SC switch to H or SC.
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2-4-4. Adjusting the VBS Signal Level


Adjust the level of the VBS signal output from the VBS connector of the unit using a color-bar signal. 1. Adjustment by CONFIGURATION menu 1. Connect the RCP or RM to the CCU-590 and press the BARS button to display the color-bar signal on a waveform monitor or vectorscope. 2. Adjust the color-bar signal by the CCU CONFIGURATION menu (page C08) so that the signal meets the specified level. Test points: VBS 1 OUT connector/CCU rear panel Specifications: A = 100 1 IRE (for NTSC) A = 700 7 mV (for PAL) Specifications:
[For NTSC] [For PAL]

The beam spots for each color shall be positioned inside the corresponding frame 4 on the vectorscope.
[For NTSC] [For PAL]

R MG YL B G G YL

R MG

CY

CY

2. Adjustment by on-board control 1. Extend the EN-156B board. 2. Adjust the level with the control 1RV303 on the EN156B board.

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2-4-5. Adjusting the Triax Signal


When the adjustment of the VBS signal level of the unit is finished, adjust the triax signal. Setting the cable compensation Set the cable compensation according to the length of the triax cable connecting the camera and CCU. Automatic compensation is set at the factory. To adjust the cable-length compensation manually, proceed as follows.
CN902 H

Adjusting the black level and A/D level of the camera signal Adjust the following items referring to Section 4 Electrical Alignment. . Section 4-5-10. Y BLACK Adjustment . Section 4-5-11. R-Y/B-Y Black Balance Adjustment . Section 4-5-12. Y A/D Level Adjustment . Section 4-5-13. R-Y/B-Y A/D Level Adjustment

RV803 RV601 G TP601 TP902 RV903

RV701

RV801

RV901

TP101 E101 S301 TP301 F E301 TP603 TP602 TP803 TP802 S101 RV161 RV301 RV602 RV804 TP102 E TP1 LV501 TP502 D RV501 S1 TP503 RV504 TP505 TP504 RV502 RV503 RV603 RV805 TP302

TP501

TP901 RV902 RV702 RV802 TP701 TP801 E1 2 3

DM-140 BOARD (SIDE A)

1. Set the switch S1 (CABLE LENGTH) on the DM-140 board to the appropriate position according to the cable length as shown below.
Cable length FUJIKURA 8.5 110 m (361 feet) 330 m (1,083 feet) 550 m (1,805 feet) 770 m (2,526 feet) FUJIKURA 14.5 220 m (722 feet) 660 m (2,165 feet) 1100 m (3,609 feet) 1540 m (5,053 feet) Belden 9238 160 m (525 feet) 490 m (1,608 feet) 820 m (2,690 feet) 1150 m (3,773 feet) Switch setting 0 1 2 3

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2-4-6. Adjusting the Level of the Signals for a Waveform Monitor


The video output signal of this unit can be checked using waveform monitor connected to the WF output connector. Adjust the level of the WF output signal using the colorbar signal. Adjusting the level of the WF output siganal 1. Connect the RCP or RM to the CCU-590 and press the BARS button to display the color-bar signal on a waveform monitor. * The WFM output can be switched by the CCU CONFIGURATION menu (page C00). When WFM output is not set to ENC, set it to ENC before adjustment. 2. Adjust the color-bar level to the specified level A using the CONFIGURATION menu (LEVEL of WFM on page C08). Test point: Specifications:
[For NTSC]

Adjusting the staircase signal Adjust the staircase signal for displaying the signal on the waveform monitor screen in sequential mode. This adjustment is necessary only when the signal in sequential mode does not appear on the waveform monitor correctly. 1. Set the WFM output to SEQ by the CCU CONFIGURATION menu (page C00). 2. Adjust the interval of the signals displayed on the monitor screen with 1RV301 (STAIR STEP POSITION control) on the EN-156B board. 3. Adjust the intervals of A and B are equal by 1RV302 (STAIR STEP LEVEL control) on the EN-156B board. The waveform-monitor control signal is output from this unit synchronizing with the output signal of the WF output connector when SEQ is set.

WF OUT connector/CCU rear panel A = 100 1 IRE (for NTSC) A = 700 7 mV (for PAL)
[For PAL]
A B

CN902 J TP503 TP504

RV501 TP101 H S301

RV502

TP302 RV301 RV302

n Control of sequential mode depends on the waveform monitor. If necessary, reverse the polarity of the control signal by the switch S301 (SEQ ON) on the EN-156B board. If the adjustment is impossible with the polarity reversed, adjust on the waveform monitor.

RV104

RV106

RV105

TP102 E2 F RV102

TP104

TP103

RV101

RV103

E TP303

E3 TP304 TP305 TP306

RV303 RV304 RV305 E1

C TP502

TP301 S707 S708

B TP501 S703 S701

S709

S704 A S705 1 2 3 4

S702 S706

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2-4-7. Adjusting the Level of the Signals on a Picture Monitor


The video output signal can be checked by the waveform monitor connected to the PIX OUT connector. Adjust the level of PIX output signal using a color-bar signal. 1. To display the color-bar signal on the waveform monitor, set PIX to ENC by the COMFIGURATION menu (page C00). 2. Adjust the color-bar level to the specified level A using the CONFIGURATION menu (LEVEL of PIX on page C08). Test point: Specifications:
[For NTSC]

2-4-8. Adjusting the G/Y, B/B-Y, R/R-Y Signal Level


Adjust the level of the component signal (Y.R-Y.B-Y) or the RGB signal for chroma key function by the switch S701 (OUTPUT) on the EN-156B board using a color-bar signal. 1. Connect the RCP or RM to the CCU-590 and press the BARS button to display the color-bar signal on a waveform monitor. 2. Adjust the color-bar signal level to the specified level using the CONFIGURATION menu (page C08). 3. Extend the EN-156B board. 4. Adjust the level with 1RV104, 1RV105, and 1RV106 on the EN-156B board.
When S701 = Y.R-Y.B-Y Test point/ Rear panel Adj. Point RV106 RV104 RV105 Specifications A = 100 1 IRE (for NTSC) A = 700 7 mV (for PAL) B = 700 5 mV p-p (for NTSC) B = 525 5 mV p-p (for PAL) C = 700 5 mV p-p (for NTSC) C = 525 5 mV p-p (for PAL)

PIX OUT connector/CCU rear panel A = 100 1 IRE (for NTSC) A = 700 7 mV (for PAL)
[For PAL]

A
Y/G OUT R-Y/R OUT B-Y/B OUT

3. Extend the EN-156B board. 4. Adjust the level A with 1RV304 on the EN-156B board.

When S701 = Y.R-Y.B-Y


[For NTSC] Y/G OUT [For PAL] Y/G OUT

CN902 J TP503 TP504

A
RV502

RV501 TP101 H S301

TP302 RV301 RV302

RV104

RV106

RV105

R-Y/R OUT

TP102 E2 F RV102

TP104

TP103

RV101

RV103

E TP303

E3 TP304 TP305 TP306

RV303 RV304 RV305 E1

B-Y/B OUT

C TP502

TP301 S707 S708

B TP501 S703 S701

S709

S704 A S705 1 2 3 4

S702 S706

EN-156B BOARD (SIDE A)


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When S701 = RGB Test point/ Rear panel Y/G OUT R-Y/R OUT B-Y/B OUT Adj. Point RV106 RV104 RV105 D = 700 7 mV Specifications

When S701 = RGB

[For NTSC] Y/G OUT

[For PAL] Y/G OUT

[For NTSC] R-Y/R OUT

[For PAL] R-Y/R OUT

[For NTSC] B-Y/B OUT

[For PAL] B-Y/B OUT

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Section 3 Service Overview


3-1. Location of Printed Wiring Boards

AU-295 TR-133B IV-57B EN-156B AT-155B

DM-140 IF-943 MB-1011 CN-2649 CN-2506 VDA-62B CN-2546 DIF-148 CN-2474B

Power unit

IO-214 SW-1189 CN-2516 CN-2647

CN-2648

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

3-1

3-2. Circuit Description


DM-140 Board The DM-140 board demodulates Y, R-Y, B-Y, CAM SYNC, and SKIN GATE signals. The multiplexed signal is separated into power voltage and the RF signal on the IO-214 board. The RF signal is transferred to the MPX filter on the DM-140 board where the Y RF signal and the CHROMA RF signal are extracted. These signals are then demodulated to be used as each signal. This board consists of cable length detector circuit, cable compensation circuit, and their demodulator circuit. The cable length is detected from the amplitude of Y modulation wave. Then compensation of amplitude and phase in accordance with respective Y and color difference modulation waves is carried out in the cable compensation circuit. These signals are then demodulated in the demodulator circuit. Cable Compensation Circuit This circuit comprises 4-stage phase equalizers and amplifiers for compensation of Y, R-Y, and B-Y modulation waves respectively to compensate attenuation or phase delay of modulation waves due to cables. When the comparator circuit judges Y compensation circuit output level as insufficient compensation, the compensation amplifier is activated to amplify the output level. As long as insufficient compensation continues, further compensation is added until signals become adequate. The R-Y or B-Y compensation circuit, with the same structure as the Y compensation circuit, compensates each signal by interlocking with the Y compensation circuit. Cable Length Detector Circuit This circuit determines whether the amplitude of Y compensation circuit output is adequate for demodulation or not. If inadequate, this circuit controls the Y, R-Y, and B-Y compensation circuits to add further compensation. In order to determine whether compensation is adequate or not, this circuit amplifies the Y compensation circuit output, peak-holds the output amplitude, and then compares the DC value with the reference voltage. If the amplitude is inadequate level, this circuit adds further compensation to the signal by controlling applicable compensation circuit. Y Demodulator Circuit The Y signal is demodulated by the demodulator using a carrier whose phase is the same as the Y modulation wave. The demodulated Y signal passes through the amplifier and the buffer, and is then transferred to the low pass filter (LPF) where the signal is clamped and output after its unnecessary 22.5 MHz carrier component is eliminated. The CAM SYNC and SKIN GATE signals are also demodulated in the same way by a carrier whose phase is different (by 90 degrees) from the Y signal. Color Difference Signal Demodulator Circuit The B-Y color difference signal is demodulated by the demodulator using a carrier whose phase is the same as the B-Y modulation wave. The demodulated B-Y signal passes through the amplifier and the buffer, and is then transferred to the LPF where the signal is clamped and output after its unnecessary 45 MHz carrier component is eliminated. The R-Y signal is also demodulated in the same way by a carrier whose phase is different (by 90 degrees) from the B-Y signal.

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TR-133B Board The TR-133B board demodulates the RF signals of MIC1, MIC2, INCOM1, INCOM2, CAM DATA, and TONE transmitted from the camera, and modulates the PGM1, PGM2, INCOM1, INCOM2, CCU DATA, and H CONT signals to transmit them to the camera. In addition, this board also modulates RETURN VIDEO and PROMPT VIDEO (and AUX VIDEO as well by selection). H CONT Modulator Circuit This circuit modulates the H CONT signal transferred from the IV-57B board. H CONT is a control signal to match the H phases of camera SG and CCU SG. The oscillation frequency varies with the H CONT signal voltage. The RF signal modulated in the modulator circuit is merged with other RF signals through the buffer and the band pass filter (BPF). CCU DATA Modulator Circuit This circuit modulates the CCU DATA signal transferred from the AT-155B board. As in the H CONT modulator circuit, the modulated RF signal is merged with other RF signals through the buffer and the BPF. INCOM Modulator Circuit This circuit D/A converts the INCOM1 and INCOM2 signals transferred from the AU-295 board, and filters the analog signals with the LPF, and then modulates them. As in the H CONT modulator circuit, the modulated RF signal is merged with other RF signals through the buffer and the BPF. CAM DATA/TONE Demodulator Circuit This circuit has functions for demodulation of the CAM DATA/TONE signals transferred from the camera to CCU-590, shaping the CAM DATA signal waveform, and for TONE detection. The RF signal whose modulation frequency is 5.6 MHz is demodulated by the FM demodulator IC. The CAM DATA is shaped after the residual carrier is eliminated, and is then sent to the AT-155B board. The TONE signal transferred to the TONE detector circuit is used to control ON/OFF of 180 VDC supplied from CCU-590 to the camera. MIC1/2 Demodulator Circuit This circuit demodulates the MIC1, MIC2 signals transferred from the camera to CCU-590. The RF signal whose modulation frequency is 6.2/6.7 MHz passes through the BPF, and is then demodulated by the FM demodulator IC. Then the residual carrier is eliminated by the LPF, and the demodulated signal is A/D converted and is then output to the AU-295 board. INCOM Demodulator Circuit The RF signal whose modulation frequency is 7.1 MHz or 7.4 MHz is demodulated by the FM demodulator IC in the same way as the MIC signals. The demodulated signal passes through the LPF, is A/D converted, and is then output to the AU-295 board. Prompter Modulator Circuit This circuit performs AM modulation of the VBS signals input from the PROMPT VIDEO connector on the rear panel, and then sends the signal to the CA. The input VBS signal passes through the buffer, LPF, and the clamp, and is AM modulated by the modulator IC, and is then amplified by the RF amplifier. The RF amplifier gain is controlled using the compensation data (cable length) provided from the DM-140 board. The signal is transferred further to the RF amplifier and the 100 MHz BPF, and is then output. RETURN Modulator Circuit This circuit performs FM modulation of the VBS signal that is input from the RET1 through RET4 connector on the rear panel and is processed (Y mixing) on the IV-57B board, and then sends the signal to the CA. The input VBS signal passes through the buffer, LPF, and the clamp, and is then amplified. It is then FM modulated by the modulator IC through the buffer. The modulation wave gain is also controlled using the cable length data like the prompter modulator circuit.
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AU-295 Board The AU-295 board D/A converts and outputs the MIC1/MIC2 signals demodulated and A/D converted on the TR-133B board to the rear panel. It also A/D converts the PGM1/2 signals input from the rear panel, and sends them to the TR-133B board. The board D/A converts the INCOM1/2 signals demodulated and A/D converted on the TR-133B board, and then connects the external INCOM line and the front panel. It also A/D converts the Panel INCOM, PROD, and ENG signals sent from the external, and then transfer them to the PLD for digital signal processing. Furthermore, the board functions for TALLY signaling system switchover and external interface. MIC1/2 Output Circuit This circuit converts the MIC1/MIC2 digital signals demodulated and A/D converted on the TR-133B board to analog signals, and then amplifies and outputs them to the XLR-3 connector on the rear panel. The MIC output level can be selected (0 dB or _20 dB) by S18 and S19 in this circuit. PGM1/2 AUDIO Input Circuit This circuit amplifies the analog PGM1/2 signals input from the D-sub 25pin connector on the rear panel, and then A/D converts them and outputs the digital PGM1/2 signals to the TR-133B board. The PGM1/2 AUDIO signals are converted from balanced to unbalanced signal by IC204 and IC205. The input levels of the signals are selected (0 dB or _20 dB) by S200 and 201. INCOM Switching Circuit This circuit switches INCOM lines on the CA side and the CCU-590 front panel side. There are three types of INCOM lines: PRODUCER line, ENGINEER line (external system), and PRIVATE line isolated from the external system. The switching control signal is sent from the AT-155B board with IIC data, and is input into the PLD IC105 that converts the INCOM signals with digital data. External Interface Circuit This circuit has three types of 2-channel interfaces with external INCOM systems, supporting 2W, 4W, RTS, and Clear Com interfaces. These interfaces are selected by S204, S205, S206, and S207 according to the system connected. External TALLY Signal Input Circuit This circuit can accept three types of TALLY signal input: contact input, 12 VDC input, and 5 VDC input. These types of input can be selected independently for RED and GREEN TALLY signals by switching S1, S2, S3, and S4. Even if actual input signal does not equal the setting, no failure will occur. Furthermore, this circuit is compatible with any signal polarity for 12 VDC and 5 VDC inputs. IC1, IC2, D8 to D13, Q8, Q9, and T1 compose a power circuit for the external TALLY input circuit only, which is ground isolated by the transformer T1. The TALLY signal output is also electrically isolated by the photocoupler PH1.

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IV-57B Board The IV-57B board receives the Y, R-Y, and B-Y signals demodulated on the DM-140 board, converts them to digital signals using the 27 MHz clock, and then outputs the digital signals to the EN-156B board. The SKIN GATE signal from the DM-140 board is also converted to digital signal, is delayed in the PLD, and is then output to the EN-156B board. Furthermore, this board compares the CHU-SYNC signal from the DM-140 board with the H phase of TG in the PLD, and then outputs it as H-CONT signal to the TR-133B board. Y/R-Y/B-Y A/D Converter Circuit The Y, R-Y, and B-Y signals from the DM-140 board pass through the inverter amplifier, LPF, and inverter amplifier where their DC components are fed back and clamped. The signals are then A/D converted to 10 bit, 3.3 V p-p parallel signals by IC117 to IC119 with 27 MHz clock input. The R-Y and B-Y signals are then output to the EN-156B board through the D-FF. While the Y signal is delayed in the PLD IC307, and is then output through the D-FF. SKIN TONE GATE Signal The SKIN TONE GATE signal from the DM-140 board is input into the D-FF IC107 with 27 MHz clock input, and is then transferred to the PLD IC307 where the signal is delayed in the same way as the Y signal. Then the signal is output to the EN-156B board through the D-FF IC121. H-CONT Signal Q301, Q303, and IC301 on this board detect the H phase of the CHU-SYNC signal from the DM-140 board, and transfer it to IC303 where the H signal input from the H timing generator in the PLD IC304 is compared with the H phase of the CHU-SYNC signal. The difference is output to the TR-133B board as H-CONT signal. Analog RETURN VIDEO Signal The analog RETURN signal selected on the DIF-148 board is sent to the IV-57B board where its waveform level is adjusted by the video amplifier IC409. Then the signal passes through the MIX amplifier IC412, and is then output to the modulator circuit on the TR-133B board. In the VF MIX mode where the main-line signal is mixed with the RETURN VIDEO signal, the RETURN VIDEO level is changed step by step by IC410. Regarding the main-line signal, the digital signal whose level is set in accordance with the RETURN VIDEO level by the PLD (RET TG) IC307 is D/A converted by IC408, low-pass filtered, mixed by IC412, and is then output from this board. To synchronize the phases of the RETURN VIDEO signal and the main-line signal at the time of Y mixing, the H/V SYNC signal is extracted from the input analog RETURN VIDEO signal by the sync separator circuit (Q300, IC309, IC302), and the H/V SYNC signal is transferred to IC307. SDI RETURN VIDEO Signal In the SDI RETURN VIDEO input mode, the serial data of the SDI signal selected on the DIF-148 board is input into IC300 for serial-to-parallel conversion. The converted 10-bit parallel data is input into IC307, and the output signal is D/A converted by IC408. The analog signal passes through the LPF and the MIX amplifier IC412, and is then output from this board. In the SDI RETURN input mode, the Y MIX processing is performed digitally in IC307, which enables fine setting of MIX ratio.

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EN-156B Board This board generates VBS, PIX, and WFM signals by the D-ENC from the Y, R-Y, and B-Y signals that are A/D converted using the 27 MHz clock, and converts the signals to analog signals, and then outputs them. This board also generates, D/A converts, and then outputs the R/G/B signals. The SDI signal is also output through the half-band filter and format encoder. VBS/WFM/PIX Signal Circuit The 10 bit, 3.3 V p-p parallel T/R-Y/B-Y signals from the IV-57B board pass through the D-FF (IC102 to IC105), and are then input into the CB generator IC106 where CB output and camera output are switched. The CB output is switched in accordance with respective specifications such as 100 %, 75 %, SMPTE or EIA. The IC106 output is then input into IC326 for digital encoding in which VBS, WFM, PIX, and other signals are generated. The character signal and the SKIN GATE signal are also mixed at this time. The generated signals are D/A converted, and are then output as analog signals. Y/R-Y/B-Y, RGB Signal Circuit The Y, R-Y, and B-Y signals input into IC106 are delayed in the built-in delay circuit to match the phase with the VBS signal phase. The R/G/B signals are also generated by the built-in matrix circuit. IC106 selects which signals (Y/R-Y/B-Y or RGB) to output. The output signals of this IC are converted to analog signals by IC107 to IC109, and are then output as Y or G signal, R-Y or R signal, and B-Y or B signal. Front Panel (RM-B750) Video Signal Processing Circuit RGB signals must be supplied as signals for optional front panel. As described above, the IC output is switched to either Y/R-Y/B-Y signals or RGB signals according to the setting of the CCU rear panel output signal. When RGB is set, RGB signals are output as they are, but when Y/R-Y/B-Y is set, a circuit to convert the IC output to RGB signals and output them is required. This is set by S1001. IC101 and Q1001 to Q1006 are used as a Y/R-Y/B-Y to G signal converter circuit, and also as a G signal output circuit when RGB is set. The signal output from the circuit is transferred to the character mixing circuit, and is then output to the front panel. Such circuit is also provided for the R and B signals respectively. SDI Output The Y, R-Y, and B-Y signals from IC106 are input into the half-band filter IC509 to be converted from 8:8:8 to 4:2:2 signals. Then the signals are input into IC502 where mixing of the character signals with the SDI signal, mixing of the SKIN GATE signal are carried out. The signals are encoded to the SDI signal format, and are then output. The signals are converted from parallel to serial signals by IC503 and IC504, and are then output as SDI signals. Subcarrier Genlock Circuit IC326 perform subcarrier genlock synchronization. The SC digital data from IC326 is D/A converted by IC301, and is then input into the phase comparator IC306. The subcarrier signal of the external sync signal and the sync signal are also input into IC306 to compare their phases. The difference passes through the burst gate, is A/D converted by IC311, and is then re-input into IC326 where subcarrier genlock synchronization is carried out.

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AT-155B Board Provided with a microcomputer (SH2), the AT-155B board controls the boards and the power supply unit in CCU-590, and performs system (including a camera) setting. It also performs command communication with a camera, with RCP, as well as with the panel RM-B750 connected to the front of the unit. This board is equipped with connectors for software upgrade, data input/output, and for Memory Stick. The signal generator circuit has functions to perform genlock synchronization with an external reference signal and to control all video signal output phases. Microcomputer The 32 bit microcomputer IC107 controls CCU-590 through serial IIC1, 2, 3 data communication with each board. Its 25 MHz oscillation frequency is generated by the VCO X502. The 16 bit flash memory IC114 and IC115 store the control program, but it can be selected which ROM to store by S102. The control program is stored in IC114 when CCU-590 is shipped from the factory. The 1M bit SRAMs IC116 and IC119 are used as work memory. IC301 to IC305 handle input/output data from/to on-board switches, variable resistors, AC power supply unit, etc., including open/short-circuit alarm output of the Triax cable. 700 Protocol The AT-155B board communicates with the camera (BVP-E30, etc.) and the external control panel (RCP750/751, etc.) through the 700 protocol interface, using IC310 for communication with the camera, and IC308 with the RCP. The 27 MHz oscillation frequency is generated by X301. Another VCO different from the genlock circuit is used to prevent command communication failure due to occupation of external sync signal. Memory Stick Connector A Memory Stick, when inserted into CN103, allows software upgrade and camera/CCU data backup. IC123 controls the Memory Stick operation. Signal Generator Circuit/Genlock Circuit The AT-155B board generates the CCU-590 reference signal in X501. This VCO output is distributed to each board. The external sync signal is input into IC507 (PLD) through IC501, IC515, and IC504. The PLD generates burst gate signal, sync signal, and pedestal signal clamp signal using the external sync signal. The external subcarrier signal is also extracted from the external sync signal by IC502, and is sent to the EN-156B board. IC503, IC505, IC523, and IC524 detect the difference between the internal signal and the external sync signal to control the VCO of X501.

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SW-1189 Board The SW-1189 board displays main power, camera power, cable open/short-circuit alarm signals sent from the AT-155B board. This board also allows INCOM communication if an INCOM headset is connected to the XLR-5P connector. S3 is used to switch the PROD/ENG/PRIV signals, and S4 to switch the MIC ON/MIC OFF/PGM signals. In addition, S5 is used to choose a microphone type (carbon, ECM or dynamic) for the headset to be used. VDA-62B board The VDA-62B board drives SDI, VBS, PIX, WFM, RGB signals to the BNC connector on the rear panel. This board also relays data between RCP and the AT-155B board. The WFM and PIX signals from the EN-156B board pass through the LPF and the amplifier, and are then output to the connector CN4. The relay RY1 is always connected for signals to be output. The PIX signal branches after FL2 and is sent to the PIX OUT connector of RCP. The Y/G, R-Y/R, and B-Y/B signals from the EN-156B board are transferred to the BNC connector on the rear panel through this board. The IC4 digital audio output is not supported. This board is able to select which output terminal (SDI or VBS for 3 channels) to use for signal output based on the setting of the DIP switch on the EN-156B board. The VBS signal passes through the LPF FL201, and is then input into the drive circuit composed of IC201 to IC205. The SDI signal is also input into the drive circuit comprising IC251, IC252, Q253, and Q254. However, only one circuit for selected signal is activated by the SDI/VBS selection signal that is input into Q202, and the selected signal is output to CN5 through the drive circuit. Same SDI/VBS selection circuits are provided for three channels. DIF-148 Board According to the analog RETURN VIDEO select CTL signal and SDI RETURN VIDEO select CTL signal that are sent from the DIF-148 and IV-57B boards, the DIF-148 board selects the analog VIDEO (VBS) signal and outputs it to the IV-57B board through the VIDEO amplifier IC381, or selects the SDI VIDEO signal and outputs the serial data shaped by the cable equalizer IC281 to the IV-57B board. For RETURN-3/4 input, either VBS input or SDI input can be selected by the menu setting of CCU-590. IO-214 Board This board is used to merge the RF signal (between camera and CCU-590) and the power voltage to the camera. The RF signal is supplied from CN2, and 180 VDC is supplied form W1. The RF signal passes through C1, and the 180 VDC passes through L4, L3, and L2, and these signals are merged and then sent to the camera.

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3-3. Adjusting/Setting Items after Board Replacement


After the lithium battery on the AT-155B board replacement or the plug-in board replacement, be sure to perform the following adjustment and setting.

3-3-4. Service Action after Replacing the DM-140 Board or IV-57B Board
Adjusting/Setting 2-4-5. Adjusting the Triax Signal . Setting the cable compensation . Adjusting the black level of camera signal

3-3-1. Service Action after Replacing the AT155B Board


Adjusting/Setting 2-5-3. Adjusting the Phases of the Signals . Adjusting the phase of the sync signal . Adjusting using the AT-155B board of CCU-590/ 590P . Adjusting the phase of the camera signals . Setting the SERIAL No. on C15 page of the CCU CONFIGURATION menu.

3-3-5. Service Action after Replacing the EN156B Board


Adjusting/Setting 2-4-1. Selecting the Input/Output Signal 2-4-4. Adjusting the VBS Signal Level 2-4-6. Adjusting the Level of the Signals for a Wavefrom Monitor 2-4-7. Adjusting the Level on a Picture Monitor 2-4-8. Adjusting the G/Y, B/B-Y, R/R-Y Signal Level

3-3-2. Service Action after Replacing the Lithium Battery on the AT-155B Board
Adjusting/Setting Check DATE/TIME on page C13 of the CCU CONFIGURATION menu, and re-set it if necessary.

3-3-3. Service Action after Replacing the AU295 Board


Adjusting/Setting 2-2-1. Settings for the Intercom Systems . Setting and adjusting the intercom system . Setting and adjusting the program audio signal . Setting and adjusting the intercom line connected to INCOM connector 2-2-2. Setting the Program Microphone Signal . Setting the output level of microphone 2-3-1. Setting for the Tally System

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3-4. Extending DM-140 and TR-133B Boards


3-4-1. Extending DM-140 Board
1. Open the front panel. 2. Raise the levers and remove the DM-140 and TR133B boards.

3-4-2. Extending TR-133B Board


1. Open the front panel. (Refer to Section 3-5, step 1.) 2 Raise the levers and remove the DM-140 and TR133B boards. 3. Remove the two screws (PWH3 x 6) and board spacer to detach the DM-140 board. 4. Disconnect the three RF cables from the connectors (CN100, CN701, and CN801) on the TR-133B board. n Be sure to hold the cable connector end when disconnecting the RF cables. Do not pull the cable.
PSW3 x 6 DM-140 board

Levers

PSW3 x 6

RF cable (Green) RF cable (Black)

Board spacer
TR-133B board

CN100
DM-140 board

RF cable (White) Board spacer

3. Insert an extension board, and attach the DM-140 and TR-133B boards to the extension board.

TR-133B board CN801 CN701

TR-133B board Extension board

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5. Insert an extension board, and attach the TR-133B board to the extension board. 6. Connect the three RF cables of the DM-140 board to the TR-133B board using three RF signal extension cables. RF signal extension cable: (Sony Part No. : 1-830-369-11) *
*: This part is sold separately. Please purchase the quantity you need.

3-5. Removing/Reinstalling the Top Cover


1. Loosen the two screws with stopper and open the front panel in the arrow direction.

Front panel

[Notes|at|installation] Pay attention to the cable colors when connecting the RF cables.

Screw with stopper

Extension board RF cable (Green) DM-140 board


Screw with stopper

2. Remove the seven screws.


B3 x 6

RF cable (Black) RF cable (White) TR-133B board RF signal extension cables

B3 x 6

B3 x 6

B3 x 6

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3. Remove the top cover in the arrow direction.

3-6. Power Supply Unit


3-6-1. Note on Replacement of Power Supply Unit
w The power unit is critical for safe operation. Be sure to replace it with the specified part to avoid the danger of a fire or electric shock. There are two kinds of part numbers of power supply units for CCU-590/590P. These two parts are not compatible. When replacing the power supply unit, refer to the following comments. (1) ! 1-468-769-2x : SWITCHING REGULATOR (2) ! 1-468-769-1x : SWITCHING REGULATOR

Top cover

4. Reattach the top cover in the reverse order of removal. n When reattaching the top cover, tighten the seven screws with the following procedure. (1) Temporarily tighten the two screws 1. (2) Adjust the position of the top cover in the arrow dirention. (3) Tighten the three screws 2. (4) Fully tighten the two screws 1 temporarily tightened in step (1). (5) Tighten the screws 3 and 4 sequentially.
2 B3 x 6

Confirmation of part number The part number can be confirmed in the part shown below.

3 B3 x 6 1 B3 x 6

4 B3 x 6

CCU unit Part number on the power supply unit Poewr supply unit

2 B3 x 6

1 B3 x 6

The following treatment must be done in accordance with the suffix of the part number. (1) In case of suffix -2x of part number (1-468-769-2x) Purchase a power supply unit of suffix -2x (1-468-7692x) and replace the former unit with it. (2) In case of suffix -1x of part number (1-468-769-1x) Purchase a power supply unit of suffix -1x (1-468-7691x) and replace the former unit with it. If power supply unit of suffix -1x is not available, purchase the following parts. . Power supply unit : Part number 1-468-769-21 . Sub harness (MB-POWER2) : Part number 1-963292-21 Replace both power supply unit and sub harness.
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3-6-2. Replacing the Power Supply Unit


w The power supply unit is critical for safe operation. Be sure to replace it with the specified part to avoid the danger of a fire or electric shock. Be sure to read 3-6-1. Note on Replacement of Power Supply Unit, when replacing the power supply unit. 1. Unplug the power cord from the rear panel of the CCU-590/590P. 2. Remove the top cover. (Refer to section 3-5. Removing the Top Cover.) 3. Remove the connector of the power supply unit.
Connector of the power supply unit

3-6-3. Replacing the Fuse


w The fuse is critical for safe operation. Be sure to replace it with the specified part to avoid the danger of a fire or electric shock. When replacing, be sure to use the specified part. FUSE (H.B.C) 6.3 A 250 V : ! 9-885-091-43 1. Unplug the power cord from the rear panel of the CCU-590/590P. 2. Remove the top cover. (Refer to section 3-5. Removing the Top Cover.) 3. Remove the power supply unit. (Refer to section 3-6-2.) 4. Detach the side panel. (Refer to section 3-6-4.) 5. Remove the DC-DC board. (Refer to section 3-6-4.) 6. Detach the fuse cover from the AC-DC board and remove the fuse.

Fuse holder
Rear view

B3 x 6

AC-DC board

B3 x 6

Fuse
Connector of the power supply unit Power supply unit B3 x 6

4. Remove the four screws that installs the power supply unit in the CCU chassis, and draw out the power supply unit. 5. After replacement of the power supply unit, assemble the power unit in the reverse procedure of removal. 6. Connect the power cord, turn on the power of the CCU-590/590P, and confirm that the CCU-590/590P operates normally.

Fuse cover

7. After replacement of the fuse, reinstall the power supply unit on the CCU-590/590P by reversing the steps above. 8. Connect the power cord, power on the CCU-590/590P, and check that the unit works normally.

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3-6-4. Replacing the DC-DC Board/AC-DC Board


When purchasing the spare parts, follow the following instructions. There are two kinds of part numbers in the DC-DC board or the AC-DC board. The spare parts to be used differ according to the suffix of the part number of the power supply unit. 1. Check the suffix of the part number of the power supply unit. Refer to 3-6-1. Note on Replacement of Power Supply Unit. 2. Part numbers of replaced DC-DC board or AC-DC board (1) In case of suffix -2x of part number (1-468-769-2x) The following part number is used. . DC-DC board : ! 9-885-098-46 . AC-DC board : ! 9-885-098-45 (2) In case of suffix -1x of part number (1-468-769-1x) The following part number is used. . DC-DC board : ! 9-885-091-41 . AC-DC board : ! 9-885-091-40 w The combination is important to maintain safety. The equipment does not work for a different combination. Be sure to replace it with the specified parts to avoid the danger of a fire or electric shock. 1. Unplug the power cord from the rear panel of the CCU-590/590P. 2. Remove the top cover. (Refer to section 3-5. Removing the Top Cover.) 3. Remove the power supply unit. (Refer to section 3-6-2.) 4. Remove the ten screws to detach the side panel.
K5 x 3 K5 x 3

5. Remove the six screws and disconnect three connectors (J9, J10, J11) and remove the DC-DC board.

AC-DC Board PS5 x 8

J9 DC-DC Board J10 J11 PS5 x 8 J4

6. Remove the three screws and disconnect three connectors and remove the AC-DC board.

AC-DC board

PS5 x 8

7. After replacement of the board, reinstall the power supply unit on the CCU-590/590P by reversing the steps above. 8. Connect the power cord, power on the CCU-590/590P, and check that the unit works normally.

K5 x 3

K5 x 3 Side panel K5 x 3

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3-6-5. Replacing the Fan


When purchasing the fan, follow the following instructions. The fan to be used differ according to the suffix of the part number of the power supply unit. Check the suffix of the part number of the power supply unit. . Refer to 3-6-1. Note on Replacement of Power Supply Unit. . Purchase the replaced FAN assembly. (1) In case of suffix -2x of part number (1-468-769-2x) The following part number is used. . FAN assembly : ! 9-885-098-47 (2) In case of suffix -1x of part number (1-468-769-1x) The following part number is used. . FAN assembly : ! 9-885-091-42 w The equipment does not work if specified parts are not used. Moreover, there is danger of a fire or electric shock. 1. Unplug the power cord from the rear panel of the CCU-590/590P. 2. Remove the top cover. (Refer to Section 3-5.) 3. Remove the power supply unit. (Refer to Section 3-6-2.) 4. Detach the side panel. (Refer to section 3-6-4.) 5. Remove the DC-DC board. (Refer to Section 3-6-4.) 6. Remove the two screws and pull out the fan holder (with fan). Disconnect the connector J14 on the board and remove the fan holder. 7. Remove the three screws to detach the fan assembly from the fan holder.

8. After replacement of the fan assembly, reinstall the removed parts by reversing the steps above. n Install a new fan correctly taking care of its label side and the harness position as shown in the figure.

AC-DC board

K5 x 3

PS5 x 8 PS5 x 11

Fan assembly

Label

Fan holder

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3-7. Backup Battery Replacement


n When replacing the lithium battery, ensure that the marks + and _ are correctly oriented. If connected incorrectly, injuries and damage to objects in the periphery may result from tears and leakage of fluid. When replacing, be sure to use the specified part. BATTERY, LITHIUM CR-2032 : ! 1-528-174-11 If the trouble below occurs when the CCU-590/590P is used, replace the lithium battery on the AT-155B board. Trouble When the date on C13 page of the CCU CONFIGURATION menu is incorrect. Replacement 1. Open the front panel and detach the cover. (Refer to Section 3-4-1, steps 1 and 2.) 2. Raise the levers and remove the AT-155B board.
Lever

AT-155B board

3. Remove the lithium battery upward.

Lithium battery

AT-155B board

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3-8. Flexible Card Wire


n Be careful not to bend the flexible card wires. This shortens the wire life.

3-8-2. Forming the Flexible Card Wire


If using a new flexible card wire, hand form as shown in the figure in advance. n Never reform the flexible card wire after being folded once. SW-1189 board CN1 5 MB-1011 board CN14
MB-1011 board (CN14)

3-8-1. Removing/Reinstalling the Flexible Card Wires


Removal 1. Slide the portion * of the connector in the direction of the arrow A to release the lock. 2. Remove the flexible card wire in the direction of the arrow B.
Flexible card wire * A

Insulated surface (Blue)

25 mm

Connector

7.7 mm

80 mm

B A

12 mm

Reinstallation 1. Hold the flexible card wire with its blue surface faced upward, and insert it in the direction of the arrow A. 2. Slide the portion * of the connector in the direction of the arrow B to lock it.
Connector

250 mm

* Flexible card wire B

Insulated surface (Blue)


A * B Blue surface

SW-1189 board (CN1)

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SW-1189 board CN2 5 MB-1011 board CN17


MB-1011 board (CN17)

3-9. Settings after Replacing the EEPROM/PLD


When the following EEPROM/PLD are replaced, perform the Settings after replacing the EEPROM/PLD. n The part numbers of the following ICs in which data is not written yet, are shown in Section 1. Spare Parts of the MAINTENANCE MANUAL Volume 2.

Insulated surface (Blue)

20 mm

7.5 mm

65 mm

Board

Ref. No.

EEPROM/ Saved data PLD

Settings after replacing the EEPROM/NVRAM Write the PLD internal Data (Refer to Section 3-10.) Write the PLD internal data (Refer to Section 3-10.) Write the PLD internal data (Refer to Section 3-10.) Write the PLD internal data (Refer to Section 3-10.)

12 mm

AT-155B

IC507

PLD

Program for PLD

EN-156B

IC106 IC502 IC708 IC307 IC306

PLD EEPROM EEPROM PLD EEPROM

Program for PLD

IV-57B
230 mm

Program for PLD

AU-295

IC105

PLD

Program for PLD

Insulated surface (Blue) SW-1189 board (CN2)

3-18

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

3-10. Writing and Rewriting the PLD Internal Data


This unit uses the PLD (Programmable Logic Device) that supports the e-Production (EPR) system to write and rewrite the internal data. If the part listed below needs to be replaced or to be upgraded, contact your Sony Sales Office/Service Center. n The part number of PLD (or ROM for PLD) in which data is not written yet, is shown in Section 1. Spare Parts of the MAINTENANCE MANUAL Volume 2. Therefore, if part replacement is required, write the data by the following procedure. In the case of the PLD type that runs on the program stored in external ROM, data needs not to be written only by replacing the part if the specific PLD only is defective. e-Production system has the advantages shown below. . To write/rewrite the PLD internal data: 1. The standard fixture (cable) can be used. 2. The standard software (PLD Download Tool) can be used. . The PLD internal data is controlled in the Sony Database Server under the name Project file (E_xxx_xxx_xx_xx). . The printed circuit board is equipped with the standard connector (EPR connector) to write the PLD internal data. The indication EPR is shown on the printed circuit board. Corresponding PLD
PLD EPR connector (Ref No./board name) (Ref No./board name) IC507/AT-155 IC106, 502, 708/ EN-156 IC306, 307/IV-57 IC105/AU-295 CN701/AT-155B CN701/EN-156B CN401/IV-57B CN100/AU-295 Project file No. E_000_002_08_xx E_000_002_37_xx E_000_002_38_xx E_000_002_39_xx

Equipment required . PLD download fixture (Sony part number: J-7120-140-A) The cable connected PC to this unit. . PC A PC having parallel port. A PC in which the PLD Download Tool software is already installed. For the applicable OS and the operating environment, refer to Download Tool Operating Instruction for Device Programming. Data write procedure Data write procedure in the PLD (or ROM for PLD) is outlined below. For details of data write procedure, refer to Download Tool Operating Instruction for Device Programming which is available in the same site where the PLD Download Tool software is available. 1. Prepare the Project file. n Download the Project file from the Sony Database Server. 2. Turn off the power of this unit. Connect the PC parallel port to the EPR connector of the target board using the PLD download fixture (cable). 3. Turn on the power of this unit. Start the Download Tool software and read the Project file. 4. Program the PLD (or ROM for PLD) with the Download Tool software. 5. Upon completion of programming, check that error message is not displayed. Turn off the power of this unit and back on.

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

3-19

3-11. Updating the Software


Upgrading ROM Program Using Memory Stick The following describes the program upgrade procedure of the ROM on the AT-155B board using a Memory Stick. Equipment . Memory Stick (commercially available) Preparation Copy the software for Memory Stick to the Memory Stick folder below. Folder and file name of upgraded ROM data: \MSSONY\PRO\CAMERA\CCU590\SDCCU.ROM Procedure 1. Turn off the power. 2. Insert a Memory Stick into the Memory Stick slot on the AT board.

3. Set the CONTROL SELECT switch on the EN-156B board as follows, and hold the upper and lower switches with fingers to maintain the setting. Upper switch: ENTER Lower switch: + (upper side)

EN
CCU DIAG

CHU LOCK

CONTOROL SELECT
CANCEL ENTER

+ -

CONTOROL SELECT switches

AT

Memory Stick slot

REFERENCE
REFERENCE IN LOCK

4. Turn on the power. 5. When the POWER LED (MAIN) of the unit starts blinking, release the upper and lower switches of the CONTROL SELECT switch. 6. Lighting of the POWER LED (MAIN) indicates completion of the program upgrade. 7. Turn off the power, and then remove the Memory Stick.

PHASE
REMOTE H SC

+ -

3-20

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

3-12. Optional Fixtures


Name Extension board EX-854 PLD download fixture RF signal extension cable Sony part No. A-8344-228-A J-7120-140-A 1-830-369-11 Remarks Extending the card boards. PLD data download cable. (Refer to Section 3-10.) Extending DM-140 and TR-133B boards. (Refer to Section 3-4.)

3-14. Unleaded Solder


Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with a lead free mark (LF) indicating the solder contains no lead. (Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with the lead free mark due to their particular size.) : LEAD FREE MARK m . Be sure to use the unleaded solder for the printed circuit board printed with the lead free mark. . The unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40 d higher than the ordinary solder, therefore, it is recommended to use the soldering iron having a temperature regulator. . The ordinary soldering iron can be used but the iron tip has to be applied to the solder joint for a slightly longer time. The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if the heated tip is applied for too long, so be careful.

3-13. Notes on Repair Parts


1. Safety Related Components Warning w Components marked ! are critical to safe operation. Therefore, specified parts should be used in the case of replacement. 2. Standardization of Parts Some repair parts supplied by Sony differ from those used for the unit. These are because of parts commonality and improvement. Parts list has the present standardized repair parts. 3. Stock of Parts Parts marked with o at SP (Supply Code) column of the spare parts list may not be stocked. Therefore, the delivery date will be delayed. 4. Harness Harnesses with no part number are not registered as spare parts. In need of repair, get components shown in the list and repair using them.

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

3-21

Section 4 Electrical Alignment


4-1. Preparation
4-1-1. Equipment and Tools Used
Measuring instruments . Oscilloscope (Bandwidth: 300 MHz or more) Tektronix 2465 or equivalent . Waveform monitor/Vectorscope Tektronix 1750A or equivalent (for NTSC) Tektronix 1751A or equivalent (for PAL) . Color monitor Sony BVM-1911/2811 or equivalent (for NTSC) Sony BVM-2011P/3011P or equivalent (for PAL) . Video signal generator Tektronix TSG170A or equivalent (for NTSC) Tektronix TSG271 or equivalent (for PAL) . Digital voltmeter Advantest TR6845 or equivalent . Frequency counter Advantest TR5821AK or equivalent . Audio generator Tektronix SG5010 or equivalent . Spectrum analyzer Advantest R3261C or equivalent Related equipment . Video camera Sony BVP-E30/E30P . Camera adapter Sony CA-590/590P . Remote control unit RM-B750 or RCP-750/751

4-1-3. Precautions for Adjustment


. Turn the adjustment variable resistor 1RV101 on the AT-155B board fully clockwise. . Do not turn the following filters on the DM-140 board in any case. Replace a defective filter with a new one. No adjustment is required after replacement. DM-140 board FL102, FL302, FL601 FL602, FL701, FL801, FL901 . Each adjustment category lists an item to be adjusted during installation, periodic inspection or part replacement. A: During installation A and B: During periodic inspection C: During part replacement . Abbreviations described in the following sections mean as follows. (CCU): CCU-590/590P (CCU rear panel): CCU-590/590P rear panel (RM or RCP): RM-B750 or RCP-750/751

4-1-2. Tools
. RF signal extension cable: (Sony Part No.: 1-830-369-11) . Extension board (EX-854): (Sony Part No.: A-8344-228-A)

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-1

4-1-4. Connection

CAMERA ADAPTER CA-590/590P

COLOR VIDEO CAMERA BVP-E30/E30P

TRIAX CABLE REF IN

Signal generator REF OUT SIGNAL OUT OUT PUT Waveform monitor/ Vectorscope PIX

RET-1 CAMERA IN CONTROL UNIT CCU-590/590P with RM-B750 or RCP-750/751

75 Z

75 Z Color monitor

75 Z

Audio connection
Audio generator 600 Z GND Fig 1 Audio generator 600 Z GND Fig 2 Audio generator 600 Z GND Fig 3 X Y GND X Y GND X GND

4-2

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-2. Adjustment Flow


When adjusting an item, adjust all associated items in the same frame, and then perform the subsequent adjustments following the arrow.
4-3-1. Frequency Adjustment

4-3-2. VBS 1/2/3 OUT Level Adjustment

4-3-3. WF OUT Level Adjustment

4-3-4. PIX OUT Level Adjustment

4-3-5. Y OUT Level Adjustment 1

4-3-6. Y OUT Level Adjustment 2

4-3-7. R-Y/R, B-Y/B OUT Level Adjustment

4-3-8. STAIR CASE Adjustment

4-3-9. SDI FREQUENCY Adjustment

4-4-1. SYNC SEP Adjustment 4-4-2. BLACK Pulse Width Adjustment 4-4-3. SYNC Sample Hold Pulse Width Adjustment 4-4-5. Sample Pulse Width Adjustment 4-4-6. Sample Pulse V Gate Width Adjustment

4-4-7. 22.5 MHz Carrier Level Adjustment 4-4-10. Y 1st AGC Adjustment 4-4-8. Y DEMOD Carrier Balance Adjustment

4-4-9. Y OFFSET Adjustment 4-4-11. Y Output Level Adjustment

4-5-1. 45 MHz Carrier Level Adjustment 4-5-5. C 1st AGC Adjustment 4-5-3. B-Y DEMOD Carrier Balance Adjustment

4-5-4. B-Y Crosstalk Adjustment 4-5-6. B-Y OUT Level Adjustment

4-4-4. 22.5 MHz VCO DC Set Adjustment (When replacing X601/DM-140) 4-5-2. C VCO DC SET Adjustment (When replacing X801/DM-140) 4-5-12. Y A/D Level Adjustment (When replacing RV104 or IC117/IV57) 4-5-13. R-Y/B-Y A/D Level Adjustment (When replacing RV105, RV106, IC118 or IC119/ IV-57) 4-7-1. RETURN VIDEO Carrier Frequency Adjustment 4-7-2. RETURN VIDEO Deviation Adjustment
CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-5-7. R-Y DEMOD Carrier Balance Adjustment

4-5-8. R-Y Crosstalk Adjustment 4-5-9. R-Y OUT Level Adjustment

4-5-10. Y BLACK Adjustment

4-5-11. R-Y/B-Y Black Balance Adjustment

4-3

4-3. Video Signal System Adjustment


4-3-1. Frequency Adjustment
Adjustment category: Note: C Check that no signal is input to the REFERENCE IN terminal on the rear panel. Perform adjustment with a stabilized frequency counter.

4-3-2. VBS 1/2/3 OUT Level Adjustment


Adjustment category: A Measuring instruments: Waveform monitor, Vectorscope (EXT REF mode) Extended board: EN-156B board Preparation: . BARS button/RM or RCP ON . S701-1 (VBS1-SDI1)/EN-156B board OFF (VBS) . S701-2 (VBS2-SDI2)/EN-156B board OFF (VBS) . S701-3 (VBS3-SDI3)/EN-156B board OFF (VBS) . S702-4 (SET UP)/EN-156B board ON (UC) NTSC . S702-4 (SET UP)/EN-156B board OFF (CE) PAL Adjustment procedure: 1. Measurement point: VBS 1 OUT/CCU rear panel Adjustment point: 1RV303 (VBS LEVEL)/EN156B board Specification: A = 100 1 IRE (for NTSC) A = 700 7 mV (for PAL)
[For NTSC] [For PAL]

Measuring instrument: Frequency counter Extended board: AT-155B board Adjustment procedure: Measurement point: TP506 (GND: E3)/AT-155B board Adjustment point: 1RV501 (27M FREQ)/AT-155B board Specification: 27,000,000 50 Hz

CN902 J TP501

TP506

TP304 TP303 E3 TP302 TP502

TP301

Specification: Each brilliant point on the vectorscope screen shall be within the specified range.
[For NTSC] [For PAL]
R MG YL B YL B G MG

RV501 F TP503 TP504 E2

R
TP505

CY

CY

D S102 S101
D RV303 RV304 RV305

RV101 C

E1

S310 S309 S305 S306 B S303 S307

C TP502

TP301 S707 S708

TP501 S709 S703 S701

S304 A 1

S308

S311 S312 E1 S302

S301 2 3 4

S704

S702 S705 S706 4

AT-155B BOARD (SIDE A)

4-4

EN-156B BOARD (SIDE A)

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-3-3. WF OUT Level Adjustment


Adjustment category: B Measuring instrument: Waveform monitor Extended board: EN-156B board Preparation: . BARS button/RM or RCP ON Measurement point: WF OUT terminal/CCU rear panel Adjustment point: 1RV305 (WF VIDEO)/EN156B board Specification: A = 100 1 IRE (for NTSC) A = 700 7 mV (for PAL)
[For NTSC] [For PAL]

4-3-4. PIX OUT Level Adjustment


Adjustment category: B Measuring instrument: Waveform monitor Extended board: EN-156B board Preparation: . BARS button/RM or RCP ON Measurement point: PIX OUT terminal/CCU rear panel Adjustment point: 1RV304 (PIX VIDEO)/EN156B board Specification: A = 100 1 IRE (for NTSC) A = 700 7 mV (for PAL)
[For NTSC] [For PAL]

CN902 J TP503 TP504

RV501 TP101 H S301

RV502

TP302 RV301 RV302 G RV104 RV106 RV105

TP102 E2 F RV102

TP104

TP103

RV101

RV103

E TP303 TP304 TP305

E3 TP306

RV303 RV304 RV305

E1

C TP502

TP301 S707 S708

TP501 S709 S703 S701

S704 A S705 1 2 3 4

S702 S706

EN-156B BOARD (SIDE A)


CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-5

4-3-5. Y OUT Level Adjustment 1


Adjustment category: A Measuring instrument: Waveform monitor Extended board: EN-156B board Preparation: . BARS button/RM or RCP ON . S701-4 (RGB-YCd)/EN-156B board ON (YCd) . S702-1 (G/Y-SYNC)/EN-156B board ON . S702-4 (SET UP)/EN-156B board ON (UC) NTSC . S702-4 (SET UP)/EN-156B board OFF (CE) PAL Measurement point: Y/G OUT terminal/CCU rear panel

4-3-6. Y OUT Level Adjustment 2


Adjustment category: A Preparation: . S702-4 (SET UP)/EN-156B board ON Measurement point: Y/G OUT terminal/CCU rear panel Adjustment procedure: EN-156B board
Adjustment point Y level adjustment 1RV101 Specification A = 100 1 IRE (for NTSC) A = 700 7 mV (for PAL)
[For PAL]

Adjustment procedure: EN-156B board


Adjustment point Y level adjustment 1RV106 Specification A = 100 1 IRE (for NTSC) A = 700 7 mV (for PAL)

[For NTSC]

[For NTSC]

[For PAL]
J TP503

CN902 TP504

A
RV501 TP101 H S301 TP302 RV301 RV302 G RV104 RV106 RV105 RV502

TP102 E2 F RV102

TP104

TP103

RV101

RV103

E TP303 TP304 TP305

E3 TP306

RV303 RV304 RV305

E1

C TP502

TP301 S707 S708

TP501 S709 S703 S701

S704 A S705 1 2 3 4

S702 S706

4-6

EN-156B BOARD (SIDE A)


CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-3-7. R-Y/R, B-Y/B OUT Level Adjustment


Adjustment category: A Measuring instrument: Waveform monitor Extended board: EN-156B board Preparation: . BARS button/RM or RCP ON . S701-4 (RGB-YCd)/EN-156B board OFF (RGB) Adjustment procedure: EN-156B board

Preparation: . S701-4 (RGB-YCd)/EN-156B board ON (YCd) Adjustment procedure: EN-156B board


Measurement point/ Rear panel R-Y/R OUT Adjustment point 1RV102 Specification C = 700 5 mV p-p (for NTSC) C = 525 5 mV p-p (for PAL) D = 700 5 mV p-p (for NTSC) D = 525 5 mV p-p (for PAL)

B-Y/B OUT Measurement point/ Rear panel R-Y/R OUT B-Y/B OUT Adjustment point 1RV104 1RV105 Specification A = 700 5 mV p-p B = 700 5 mV p-p R-Y OUT

1RV103

B-Y OUT

[For NTSC]R-ch

[For PAL]R-ch
C
D

CN902

[For NTSC]B-ch

[For PAL]B-ch

TP503

TP504

RV501

RV502

A
H

TP101

S301 TP302 RV301 RV302 G RV104 RV106 RV105

TP102 E2 F RV102

TP104

TP103

RV101

RV103

E TP303 TP304 TP305

E3 TP306

RV303 RV304 RV305

E1

C TP502

TP301 S707 S708

TP501 S709 S703 S701

S704 A S705 1 2 3 4

S702 S706

EN-156B BOARD (SIDE A)


CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-7

4-3-8. STAIR CASE Adjustment


Adjustment category: A Note: This section describes temporary adjustment to be performed after repair. Perform readjustment while viewing characteristics of the waveform monitor during system setup. Measuring instrument: Extended board: Measurement point: Adjustment points: Oscilloscope EN-156B board TP302/EN-156B board 1RV301 (STAIR CASE POSITION)/EN-156B board 1RV302 (STAIR CASE LEVEL)/EN-156B board A = 10.0 0.5 V p-p (1RV302) B = 0 0.5 V dc (1RV301)

4-3-9. SDI FREQUENCY Adjustment


Adjustment category: A Measuring instrument: Frequency counter Extended board: EN-156B board Measurement point: TP503/EN-156B board Preparation: . S701-1 (VBS1-SDI1)/EN-156B board ON (SDI) . S703-3 (FREE RUN)/EN-156B board ON Adjustment point: 1RV501/EN-156B board Specification: 27 0.1 MHz Setting after adjustment . S701-1 (VBS1-SDI1)/EN-156B board Restore the previous setting. . S703-3 (FREE RUN)/EN-156B board OFF

Specification:

A B

GND

Measurement point: TP504/EN-156B board Preparation: . S701-3 (VBS3-SDI3)/EN-156B board ON (SDI) . S703-4 (FREE RUN)/EN-156B board ON Adjustment point: 1RV502/EN-156B board Specification: 27 0.1 MHz Setting after adjustment . S701-3 (VBS3-SDI3)/EN-156B board Restore the previous setting. . S703-4 (FREE RUN)/EN-156B board OFF

A 1

B TP501 TP502

F E2

TP101

TP301

TP503

TP303 E1 3 RV303 TP304 S705 S704 S703 4 S702 S706 S709 S708 S707 TP306 S701 RV305 E3 RV103 TP103 RV105 RV304 TP305 RV101 TP104 RV301 RV106 RV502 RV102 TP102 RV104 S301 RV501 TP504 CN902

RV302 TP302

EN-156B BOARD (SIDE A)

4-8

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-4. Y Cable Compensation System Adjustment


. Use two extension boards to extend the TR-DM assembly*.
* TR-DM assembly: TR-133B board + DM-140 board

4-4-2. BLACK Pulse Width Adjustment


Adjustment category: Measuring instrument: Extended board: Measurement point: Adjustment point: Specification: B Oscilloscope DM-140 board TP502 (GND: E301)/DM-140 board 1RV501 (BLACK S/H)/DM140 board T = 1.7 0.1 us

4-4-1. SYNC SEP Adjustment


Adjustment category: B Measuring instrument: Oscilloscope Extended board: DM-140 board Preparation: . Turn the IRIS knob on RM or RCP to close BVP-E30/ E30P IRIS. Measurement point: TP501 (GND: E301)/DM-140 board Adjustment point: 1LV501/DM-140 board Specification: Maximize Level A.

50%

RV701

RV801

RV901

T
TP101 E101 F S101 TP603 TP602 RV161 RV603 RV602 RV805 S301 TP301 TP803 TP802 RV804 TP302 TP501 TP1 LV501 TP502 RV501 D S1 TP503 RV504 RV502 RV503 TP505 TP504 E301 RV301

TP102 E

A TP901 RV902 RV702 RV802 TP701 TP801 1 2 3 E1 4

DM-140 BOARD (SIDE A)


CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-9

4-4-3. SYNC Sample Hold Pulse Width Adjustment


Adjustment category: Measuring instrument: Extended board: Measurement point: Adjustment point: Specification: B Oscilloscope DM-140 board TP505 (GND: E301)/DM-140 board 1RV504 (SYNC S/H)/DM-140 board T = 1.3 0.1 us

4-4-4. 22.5 MHz VCO DC Set Adjustment


Adjustment category: Note: C Confirm 45 MHz frequency on the MD-132B board (CA-590/ 590P).

Measuring instrument: Oscilloscope Extended board: DM-140 board Measurement point: TP602 (GND: E301)/DM-140 board Adjustment point: 1RV602 (Y VCO DCSET)/ DM-140 board Specification: A = 0 30 mV dc

50%

GND

CN902 H

RV803 TP601 TP902 RV903

RV601 G

RV701

RV801

RV901

TP101 E101 F S101 TP603 TP602 RV161 RV603 RV602

S301 TP301 TP803 TP802 RV804 RV805 TP302 TP501

E301 RV301

TP102 E

TP1 LV501 TP502 RV501 D S1 TP503 RV504 RV502 RV503 TP505 TP504

A TP901 RV902 RV702 RV802 TP701 TP801 1 2 3 E1 4

DM-140 BOARD (SIDE A)

4-10

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-4-5. Sample Pulse Width Adjustment


Adjustment category: Measuring instrument: Extended board: Measurement point: Adjustment point: Specification: B Oscilloscope DM-140 board TP504 (GND: E301)/DM-140 board 1RV503 (SAMPLE S/H)/DM140 board T = 40.0 2.0 us

4-4-6. Sample Pulse V Gate Width Adjustment


Adjustment category: Measuring instrument: Extended board: Measurement point: Adjustment point: Specification: Adjustment:
TP503

B Oscilloscope DM-140 board TP503 (GND: E301)/DM-140 board 1RV502 (SAMPLE GATE)/ DM-140 board T = 800 10 us

50%

50%

T
T
CN902 H

Check after adjustment . Check the number of TP504 sample pulses after adjusting gate pulse width.
RV803 RV903

RV601 G

TP601

Check procedure:
6 pulses
TP504

TP902

RV701

RV801

RV901

TP101 E101 F S101 TP603 TP602 RV161 RV603 RV602

S301 TP301 TP803 TP802 RV804 RV805 TP302 TP501

E301 RV301

TP102 E

(for NTSC) Check TP504 if there are 6 sample pulses in the odd field and also in the even field.

TP1 LV501 TP502 RV501 D S1 TP503 RV504 RV502 RV503 TP505 TP504 A TP901 RV902 RV702 RV802 TP701 TP801 1 2 3 E1 4

5 pulses

(for PAL) Check TP504 if there are 5 sample pulses in the odd field and also in the even field. 4-11

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

DM-140 BOARD (SIDE A)

4-4-7. 22.5 MHz Carrier Level Adjustment


Adjustment category: B Measuring instrument: Oscilloscope (20 MHz BW LIMIT: OFF) Extended board: DM-140 board Measurement point: TP603 (GND: E301)/DM-140 board Adjustment point: 1RV603 (Y CAR LEV)/DM140 board Specification: A = 400 10 mV p-p

4-4-8. Y DEMOD Carrier Balance Adjustment


Adjustment category: B Measuring instrument: Oscilloscope Extended board: DM-140 board Preparation: . Turn the IRIS knob on RM or RCP to close BVP-E30/ E30P IRIS. . S101 (Y 2nd AGC)/DM-140 board OFF Measurement point: TP701 (GND: E1)/DM-140 board Adjustment point: 1RV701 (Y CAR BAL)/DM140 board Specification: Maximize sample pulse waveform level.

CN902 H

RV803 TP601 TP902 RV903

RV601 G

Maximum
RV701 RV801 RV901

TP101 E101 F S101 TP603 TP602 RV161 RV603 RV602

S301 TP301 TP803 TP802 RV804 RV805 TP302 TP501

E301 RV301

TP102 E

Setting after adjustment . S101 (Y 2nd AGC)/DM-140 board ON

TP1 LV501 TP502 RV501 D S1 TP503 RV504 RV502 RV503 TP505 TP504

A TP901 RV902 RV702 RV802 TP701 TP801 1 2 3 E1 4

DM-140 BOARD (SIDE A)

4-12

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-4-9. Y OFFSET Adjustment


Adjustment category: Note: A Confirm 45 MHz frequency on the MD-132B board (CA-590/ 590P).

4-4-10. Y 1st AGC Adjustment


Adjustment category: B Measuring instrument: Oscilloscope Extended board: DM-140 board Preparation: . S1 (CABLE LENGTH)/DM-140 board F (AUTO) . S101 (Y 2nd AGC)/DM-140 board OFF Measurement point: TP701 (GND: E1)/DM-140 board Adjustment point: 1RV161 (Y AGC CONT)/DM140 board Specification: A = 1400 40 mV

Measuring instrument: Oscilloscope Extended board: DM-140 board Measurement point: TP701 (GND: E1)/DM-140 board Adjustment point: 1RV601 (Y OFFSET ADJ)/ DM-140 board Specification: A = 0 3 mV

BLKG A

Setting after adjustment . S101 (Y 2nd AGC)/DM-140 board ON


CN902

SYNC
H

RV803 TP601 TP902 RV903

RV601 G

RV701

RV801

RV901

TP101 E101 F S101 TP603 TP602 RV161 RV603 RV602

S301 TP301 TP803 TP802 RV804 RV805 TP302 TP501

E301 RV301

TP102 E

TP1 LV501 TP502 RV501 D S1 TP503 RV504 RV502 RV503 TP505 TP504

A TP901 RV902 RV702 RV802 TP701 TP801 1 2 3 E1 4

DM-140 BOARD (SIDE A)


CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-13

4-4-11. Y Output Level Adjustment


Adjustment category: A Measuring instrument: Oscilloscope Extended board: DM-140 board Preparation: . S101 (Y 2nd AGC)/DM-140 board ON Measurement point: TP701 (GND: E1)/DM-140 board Adjustment point: 1RV702 (Y LEVEL)/DM-140 board Specification: A = 1400 14 mV p-p

4-5. CHROMA Cable Compensation System Adjustment 4-5-1. 45 MHz Carrier Level Adjustment
Adjustment category: B Measuring instrument: Oscilloscope (20 MHz BW LIMIT: OFF) Extended board: DM-140 board Measurement point: TP803 (GND: E301)/DM-140 board Adjustment point: 1RV805 (C CAR LEV)/DM140 board Specification: A = 400 10 mV p-p

CN902 H

RV803 TP601 TP902 RV903

RV601 G

RV701

RV801

RV901

TP101 E101 F S101 TP603 TP602 RV161 RV603 RV602

S301 TP301 TP803 TP802 RV804 RV805 TP302 TP501

E301 RV301

TP102 E

TP1 LV501 TP502 RV501 D S1 TP503 RV504 RV502 RV503 TP505 TP504

A TP901 RV902 RV702 RV802 TP701 TP801 1 2 3 E1 4

DM-140 BOARD (SIDE A)

4-14

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-5-2. C VCO DC SET Adjustment


Adjustment category: Note: C Confirm 45 MHz frequency on the MD-132B board (CA-590/ 590P).

4-5-3. B-Y DEMOD Carrier Balance Adjustment


Adjustment category: B Measuring instrument: Oscilloscope Extended board: DM-140 board Preparation: . S301 (C 2nd AGC)/DM-140 board OFF . Turn the IRIS knob on RM or RCP to close IRIS on BVP-E30/E30P. Measurement point: TP801 (GND: E1)/DM-140 board Adjustment point: 1RV801 (B-Y CAR BAL)/ DM-140 board Specification: Maximize sample pulse waveform level.

Measuring instrument: Oscilloscope Extended board: DM-140 board Measurement point: TP802 (GND: E301)/DM-140 board Adjustment point: 1RV804 (C VCO DC SET)/ DM-140 board Specification: A = 0 30 mV dc

A GND

CN902 H

RV803 TP601 TP902 RV903

RV601 G

Maximum
RV701 RV801 RV901

TP101 E101 F S101 TP603 TP602 RV161 RV603 RV602

S301 TP301 TP803 TP802 RV804 RV805 TP302 TP501

E301 RV301

TP102 E

Setting after adjustment . S301 (C 2nd AGC)/DM-140 board ON

TP1 LV501 TP502 RV501 D S1 TP503 RV504 RV502 RV503 TP505 TP504

A TP901 RV902 RV702 RV802 TP701 TP801 1 2 3 E1 4

DM-140 BOARD (SIDE A)


CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-15

4-5-4. B-Y Crosstalk Adjustment


Adjustment category: Note: A Confirm 45 MHz frequency on the MD-132B board (CA-590/ 590P).

4-5-5. C 1st AGC Adjustment


Adjustment category: B Measuring instrument: Oscilloscope Extended board: DM-140 board Preparation: . S1 (CABLE LENGTH)/DM-140 board F (AUTO) . S301 (C 2nd AGC)/DM-140 board OFF Measurement point: TP801 (GND: E1)/DM-140 board Adjustment point: 1RV301 (C AGC CONT)/DM140 board Specification: A = 700 20 mV

Measuring instrument: Oscilloscope Extended board: DM-140 board Measurement point: TP801 (GND: E1)/DM-140 board Adjustment point: 1RV803 (B-Y OFFSET ADJ)/ DM-140 board Specification: A = 0 3 mV

BLKG A

Setting after adjustment . S301 (C 2nd AGC)/DM-140 board ON


CN902

SYNC
H

RV803 TP601 TP902 RV903

RV601 G

RV701

RV801

RV901

TP101 E101 F S101 TP603 TP602 RV161 RV603 RV602

S301 TP301 TP803 TP802 RV804 RV805 TP302 TP501

E301 RV301

TP102 E

TP1 LV501 TP502 RV501 D S1 TP503 RV504 RV502 RV503 TP505 TP504

A TP901 RV902 RV702 RV802 TP701 TP801 1 2 3 E1 4

4-16

DM-140 BOARD (SIDE A)


CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-5-6. B-Y OUT Level Adjustment


Adjustment category: A Measuring instrument: Oscilloscope Extended board: DM-140 board Preparation: . S301 (C 2nd AGC)/DM-140 board ON Measurement point: TP801 (GND: E1)/DM-140 board Adjustment point: 1RV802 (B-Y LEVEL)/DM140 board Specification: A = 700 10 mV p-p

4-5-7. R-Y DEMOD Carrier Balance Adjustment


Adjustment category: Measuring instrument: Extended board: Measurement point: Adjustment point: Specification:
GND Maximum

B Oscilloscope DM-140 board TP902 (GND: E301)/DM-140 board 1RV901 (R-Y CAR BAL)/ DM-140 board Maximize the absolute value of negative DC voltage.

(Negative voltage) _

CN902 H

RV803 TP601 TP902 RV903

RV601 G

RV701

RV801

RV901

TP101 E101 F S101 TP603 TP602 RV161 RV603 RV602

S301 TP301 TP803 TP802 RV804 RV805 TP302 TP501

E301 RV301

TP102 E

TP1 LV501 TP502 RV501 D S1 TP503 RV504 RV502 RV503 TP505 TP504

A TP901 RV902 RV702 RV802 TP701 TP801 1 2 3 E1 4

DM-140 BOARD (SIDE A)


CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-17

4-5-8. R-Y Crosstalk Adjustment


Adjustment category: Note: A Confirm 45 MHz frequency on the MD-132B board (CA-590/ 590P).

4-5-9. R-Y OUT Level Adjustment


Adjustment category: A Measuring instrument: Oscilloscope Extended board: DM-140 board Preparation: . S301 (C 2nd AGC)/DM-140 board ON Measurement point: TP901 (GND: E1)/DM-140 board Adjustment point: 1RV902 (R-Y LEVEL)/DM140 board Specification: A = 700 10 mV

Measuring instrument: Oscilloscope Extended board: DM-140 board Measurement point: TP901 (GND: E1)/DM-140 board Adjustment point: 1RV903 (90d SET)/DM-140 board Specification: Minimize the crosstalk level of sample pulses. A = 0 3 mV
A

CN902 H

V
RV803 TP601 TP902 RV903

RV601 G

RV701

RV801

RV901

TP101 E101 F S101 TP603 TP602 RV161 RV603 RV602

S301 TP301 TP803 TP802 RV804 RV805 TP302 TP501

E301 RV301

TP102 E

TP1 LV501 TP502 RV501 D S1 TP503 RV504 RV502 RV503 TP505 TP504

A TP901 RV902 RV702 RV802 TP701 TP801 1 2 3 E1 4

DM-140 BOARD (SIDE A)

4-18

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-5-10. Y BLACK Adjustment


Adjustment category: A Measuring instrument: Waveform monitor Extended board: IV-57B board Preparation: . BARS button/RM or RCP OFF . Turn the IRIS control to close. . Turn the MASTER BLACK adjustment knob to _99. Measurement point: VBS 1 OUT terminal/CCU rear panel Adjustment point: 1RV101 (Y BLK)/IV-57B board Specification: A = 0 1 IRE (for NTSC) A = 0 7 mV (for PAL)

4-5-11. R-Y/B-Y Black Balance Adjustment


Adjustment category: A Measuring instrument: Vectorscope Extended board: IV-57B board Preparation: . BARS button/RM or RCP OFF . Turn the IRIS control to close. . Turn the MASTER BLACK adjustment knob to _99. Measurement point: VBS 1 OUT terminal/CCU rear panel Adjustment procedure: . Adjust 1RV103 (R-Y BLK) and 1RV102 (B-Y BLK) on the IV-57B board so that the black-level brilliant point comes to the center of vectorscope screen. Setting after adjustment . GAIN switch/Vectorscope 75 % CAL . Push the STD button on RM or RCP.

Setting after adjustment . Push the STD button on RM or RCP.

A 1

G E2

TP101

TP104 RV101 2 RV103 RV102 S101 3 S105 4 S107 E3 S104 TP102 RV104 RV105 E1 CN902

TP103 RV106

S103 S108 5

S102 RV401

IV-57B BOARD (SIDE A)


CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-19

4-5-12. Y A/D Level Adjustment


Adjustment category: C

CCU CONFIGURATION menu page 7 1) When locking

Measuring instrument: Waveform monitor Extended board: IV-57B board Preparation: Set the TRIAX TEST mode to ON using the following steps. . Display page 7 (TRIAX VIDEO ADJ) of the CCU CONFIGURATION menu, and turn the CONTROL SELECT switch on the EN board panel to ENTER for two seconds or more for unlocking. . Turn the +/_ switch on the EN board panel to the _ side, put the mark at TRIAX TEST, and then turn the CONTROL SELECT switch to ENTER to select TRIAX TEST. . Turn the +/_ switch to the _ side, and set TRIAX TEST to ON. When BARS is turned ON (or OFF) from RM or RCP in this state, the CCU color-bar (or camera color-bar) is displayed. Adjust the Y A/D level and R-Y/B-Y A/D level of the IV board by equalizing the camera color-bar output with the CCU color-bar.

<TRIAX VIDEOADJ> C07 TOP * LEVEL Y * B-Y * R-Y * BLACK Y * B-Y * R-Y * AXIS B-Y * R-Y *CHU H-PHASE * TRIAX TEST : : : : : : : : : : 0 * +14 * -08 * +11 * -02 * -03 * 0 * -01 * -01 * OFF CLEAR*

2) When unlocking Press ENTER of the CONTROL SELECT switch on the EN-156B board for two seconds or more for unlocking.

<TRIAX VIDEOADJ> C07 TOP LEVEL Y B-Y R-Y BLACK Y B-Y R-Y AXIS B-Y R-Y CHU H-PHASE TRIAX TEST : : : : : : : : : : 0 +14 -08 +11 -02 -03 0 -01 -01 OFF CLEAR

Measurement point: Adjustment point: Specification:

TP104 RV105 TP103

RV106 TP102

RV104 RV401

VBS 2 OUT terminal/CCU rear panel 1RV104/IV-57B board Level A must remain unchanged when BARS is set to ON or OFF in the RM or RCP.
[For PAL]

[For NTSC]

B E3 S101 A RV101 RV103 RV102 1 2 3 4 5 S104 S105 S102 S103

After the above adjustment is completed, readjust 4-5-10 repeatedly until the specifications of 4-5-10 and 4-5-12 are satisfied.
S108

S107

IV-57B BOARD (SIDE A)

4-20

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-5-13. R-Y/B-Y A/D Level Adjustment


Adjustment category: C

CCU CONFIGURATION menu page 7 1) When locking

Measuring instrument: Vectorscope Extended board: IV-57B board Preparation: Set the TRIAX TEST mode to ON using the following steps. . Display page 7 (TRIAX VIDEO ADJ) of the CCU CONFIGURATION menu, and turn the CONTROL SELECT switch on the EN board panel to ENTER for two seconds or more for unlocking. . Turn the +/_ switch on the EN board panel to the _ side, put the mark at TRIAX TEST, and then turn the CONTROL SELECT switch to ENTER to select TRIAX TEST. . Turn the +/_ switch to the _ side, and set TRIAX TEST to ON. When BARS is turned ON (or OFF) from RM or RCP in this state, the CCU color-bar (or camera color-bar) is displayed. Adjust the Y A/D level and R-Y/B-Y A/D level of the IV board by equalizing the camera color-bar output with the CCU color-bar.

<TRIAX VIDEOADJ> C07 TOP * LEVEL Y * B-Y * R-Y * BLACK Y * B-Y * R-Y * AXIS B-Y * R-Y *CHU H-PHASE * TRIAX TEST : : : : : : : : : : 0 * +14 * -08 * +11 * -02 * -03 * 0 * -01 * -01 * OFF CLEAR*

2) When unlocking Press ENTER of the CONTROL SELECT switch on the EN-156B board for two seconds or more for unlocking.

<TRIAX VIDEOADJ> C07 TOP LEVEL Y B-Y R-Y BLACK Y B-Y R-Y AXIS B-Y R-Y CHU H-PHASE TRIAX TEST : : : : : : : : : : 0 +14 -08 +11 -02 -03 0 -01 -01 OFF CLEAR

Measurement point: Adjustment point:


F TP104 RV105 TP103 RV106 TP102 RV104 RV401

Specification:
E

VBS 2 OUT terminal/CCU rear panel 1RV105/IV-57B board 1RV106/IV-57B board When BARS button of RM (or RCP) is changed ON and OFF repeatedly, adjust 1RV105 and 1RV106 alternately so that the vector waveform remains unchanged.
[For PAL]
R MG YL

[For NTSC]
C

R MG YL

B E3 S101 A RV101 RV103 RV102 1 2 3 4 5 S104 S105 S102

B G
S103

B G

CY

CY

S107

S108

IV-57B BOARD (SIDE A)


CCU-590/P/V1(E)

After the above adjustment is completed, readjust 4-5-11 repeatedly until the specifications of 4-5-11 and 4-5-13 are satisfied. 4-21

4-5-14. ANALOG RETURN VIDEO Level Adjustment


Adjustment category: B Measuring instrument: Oscilloscope Extended board: IV-57B board Preparation: . Input 1.0 V p-p VBS signal from the signal generator to the RET-1 input connector on the CCU rear panel. . Press the RET-1 switch on the CA-590/590P rear panel. Measurement point: e17 (GND: d17)/Extension board Adjustment point: 1RV401 (A-RET)/IV-57B board Specification: A = 1.00 0.02 V p-p

4-5-15. SDI RETURN Frequency Adjustment


Adjustment category: A Measuring instrument: Frequency counter Extended board: IV-57B board Preparation: . S102-4 (FREE RUN)/IV-57B board ON (FREE RUN) Measurement point: TP300/IV-57B board Adjustment point: 1RV300 (DI ADJ)/IV-57B board Specification: 27 0.1 MHz Setting after adjustment . S102-4 (FREE RUN)/IV-57B board OFF

CN901 J

CN902 RV300

E1

TP300 TP101 TP401

E2 RV402

TP104

TP103 RV105

TP102 RV106

RV401 RV104

IC307

IC403

B E3 S101 A RV101 RV103 RV102 1 2 3 4 5 S104 S102 S105 S103 S106 S107 S108

IV-57B BOARD (A SIDE)

4-22

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-5-16. SDI RETURN VIDEO Level Adjustment


4-5-15. SDI RETURN Frequency Adjustment must be completed. Adjustment category: B Measuring instrument: Oscilloscope Extended board: IV-57B board Preparation: . Input SD-SDI Color-Bar signal from the signal generator to the RET-3 input connector on the CCU rear panel. . Set to the RET-3 on the CA-590/590P rear panel. Measurement point: e17 (GND: d17)/Extension board Adjustment point: 1RV402 (D-RET)/IV-57B board Specification: A = 1.00 0.02 V p-p
[For NTSC] [For PAL]

A
J

CN901

CN902 RV300

E1

TP300 TP101 TP401

E2 RV402

TP104

TP103 RV105

TP102 RV106

RV401 RV104

IC307

IC403

B E3 S101 A RV101 RV103 RV102 1 2 3 4 5 S104 S102 S105 S103 S106 S107 S108

IV-57B BOARD (A SIDE)


CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-23

4-6. TRIAX Interface System Adjustment


Preparation: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Perform the steps below to extend the TR-133B board. Remove the TR-DM assembly * from the unit, and remove the DM-140 board. Disconnect the coaxial cables from the connectors CN100/CN701/CN801 on the TR-133B board. Return the DM-140 board to the unit. Extend the TR-133B board. Extend the coaxial cables from the DM-140 board using RF signal extension cables, and connect them to the connectors CN100, CN701, and CN801 on the TR133B board.

* TR-DM assembly: TR-133B board + DM-140 board

4-6-1. Frequency Set Adjustment


Adjustment category: Note: C Do not input signals to the intercom line and the PGM line at the CCU-590/590P side. Perform this adjustment only after replacing the TR-133B board parts below. 1LV1, LV21, LV41, LV61, LV81, LV101 D2, D22, D42, D62, D82, D102

E1

CN902

S2

S362 S363 S361 E400 F TP202 RV801 E300 TP502 TP402 TP302

TP602 RV201 RV601

Measuring instrument: Frequency counter Extended board: TR-133B board Adjustment procedure: 1. Remove the IV-57B board. 2. Power on the unit. TR-133B board (GND: E100)

RV501

RV401

RV301 TP301

E TP601 TP801 E801 LV901 D RV901 LV201 TP201 LV602 LV502 LV402 LV401 LV302 LV301 TP501 TP401

LV601 LV501

LV902

Measurement Adjustment Specification point point


C

PGM1 PGM2 INCOM1 INCOM2 H CONT CCU DATA

TP101 TP81 TP41 TP61 TP1 TP21

1LV101 1LV81 1LV41 1LV61 1LV1 1LV21

4.300 0.005 MHz 4.750 0.005 MHz 3.600 0.005 MHz 3.900 0.005 MHz 2.500 0.005 MHz 3.000 0.005 MHz
A B

RV902

RV701 E100

TP901 TP1 TP21 TP41 TP61 TP81 TP101

E102

TP701 E701

LV1

LV21 LV41 LV61 LV81 LV101

Setting after adjustment Reinstall the removed board to its original position.

RV41 RV61 RV81 RV101 S1 E101 1 2 3 4

TR-133B BOARD (A SIDE)

4-24

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-6-2. INCOM1 Deviation Adjustment


Adjustment category: C Measuring instruments: Spectrum analyzer, Oscilloscope, Audio generator Extended board: TR-133B board Preparation: 1. Input 1 kHz sine wave signal from the audio generator to the pins 1 (Y), 2 (X) and 3 (GND) on the INCOM connector (XLR pin 5)/CCU front panel. . Fig.1 (Refer to 4-1-4. Audio Connection.) 2. Adjust audio generator output level so that the signal level at C642 on the TR-133B board becomes 200 mV p-p. 3. Connect the spectrum analyzer probe to the measurement point. Measurement point: TP41 (GND: E100)/TR-133B board Adjustment point: 1RV41 (INCOM 1 DEV)/TR133B board Specification: A = B = 6.0 0.4 kHz
A B

4-6-3. PGM1 Deviation Adjustment


Adjustment category: C Measuring instruments: Spectrum analyzer, Oscilloscope, Audio generator Extended board: TR-133B board Preparation: 1. Input 1 kHz sine wave signal from the audio generator to the pins 6 (PGM-1 (X)), 7 (PGM-1 (Y)) and 8 (PGM-1 (G)) on the INTERCOM/TALLY/PGM connector (Dsub pin 25) of CCU rear panel. . Fig.1 (Refer to 4-1-4. Audio Connection.) 2. Adjust audio generator output level so that the signal level at C442 on the TR-133B board becomes 200 mV p-p. 3. Connect the spectrum analyzer probe to the measurement point. Measurement point: TP101 (GND: E100)/TR-133B board Adjustment point: 1RV101 (PGM DEV)/TR133B board Specification: A = B = 7.0 0.4 kHz
A B

Waveform image CENT FREQ : 3.6 MHz FREQ SPAN : 20 MHz

Waveform image CENT FREQ : 4.3 MHz FREQ SPAN : 20 MHz


C D RV901 LV901 E801 E TP801 RV801 F G

A 1

TP701 E701 S1 TP1

TP901

RV902

LV902

E1 RV701 TP201 LV201 TP202 LV21 TP21 LV601 LV602 RV601 CN902 RV201

LV1 E101 RV41 LV41 TP41

3 LV401 RV101 LV101 TP101 E102 4 LV402 RV401 TP402 E100 LV301 TP401 LV302 TP302 TP301 RV301 E300 S363 S2

TR-133B BOARD (SIDE A)


CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-25

4-6-4. INCOM2 Deviation Adjustment


Adjustment category: C Measuring instruments: Spectrum analyzer, Oscilloscope, Audio generator Extended board: TR-133B board Preparation: 1. Input 1 kHz sine wave signal from the audio generator to the pins 1 (Y), 2 (X) and 3 (GND) on the INCOM connector (XLR pin 5)/CCU front panel. . Fig.1 (Refer to 4-1-4. Audio Connection.) 2. Adjust audio generator output level so that the signal level at C643 on the TR-133B board becomes 200 mV p-p. 3. Connect the spectrum analyzer probe to the measurement point. Measurement point: TP61 (GND: E100)/TR-133B board Adjustment point: 1RV61 (INCOM 2 DEV)/TR133B board Specification: A = B = 6.0 0.4 kHz
A B

4-6-5. PGM2 Deviation Adjustment


Adjustment category: C Measuring instruments: Spectrum analyzer, Oscilloscope, Audio generator Extended board: TR-133B board Preparation: 1. Input 1 kHz sine wave signal from the audio generator to the pins 19 (PGM-1 (X)), 20 (PGM-1 (Y)) and 21 (PGM-1 (G)) on the INTERCOM/TALLY/PGM connector (Dsub pin 25) of CCU rear panel. . Fig.1 (Refer to 4-1-4. Audio Connection.) 2. Adjust audio generator output level so that the signal level at C443 on the TR-133B board becomes 200 mV p-p. 3. Connect the spectrum analyzer probe to the measurement point. Measurement point: TP81 (GND: E100)/TR-133B board Adjustment point: 1RV81 (PGM DEV)/TR-133B board Specification: A = B = 7.0 0.4 kHz
A B

Waveform image CENT FREQ : 3.9 MHz FREQ SPAN : 20 MHz

Waveform image CENT FREQ : 4.75 MHz FREQ SPAN : 20 MHz


C LV902 D RV901 E801 E TP801 RV801 F G

TP701 TP901 E701

RV902

LV901 E1 TP201 LV201 RV201 TP202 RV601 LV601 LV602 TP601 LV501 LV502 TP501 LV401 LV402 TP401 LV301 LV302 TP301 TP302 RV301 RV401 TP402 E300 S363 S2 S361 S362 RV501 TP502 TP602 E400 CN902

RV701 S1 LV1 2 E101 RV41 RV61 RV81 LV41 LV61 LV81 TP41 TP61 TP81 E102 4 TP101 LV21 TP21 TP1

RV101 LV101

E100

4-26

TR-133B BOARD (A SIDE)

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-6-6. INCOM1 Demodulation Adjustment


Adjustment category: Note: C Perform this adjustment only after replacing 1LV601 and/or 1LV602 on the TR-133B board.

4-6-7. INCOM1 Level Adjustment


Adjustment category: B Measuring instruments: Oscilloscope, Audio generator Extended board: TR-133B board Preparation: . Input 1 kHz/220 mV p-p sine wave signal from the audio generator to the pin 2 (X) (GND: pin 3) of the INCOM1 connector (XLR pin 5) of CA-590/590P. . Fig.1 (Refer to 4-1-4. Audio Connection.) Measurement point: TP602 (GND: E300)/TR-133B board Adjustment point: 1RV601 (INCOM 1 LEVEL)/ TR-133B board Specification: A = 200 10 mV p-p

Measuring instruments: Oscilloscope, Audio generator Extended board: TR-133B board Preparation: . Set the switches below on the MA-128B board of CA590/590P. S3 (CM/DYM) DYM S4 (UNBAL) ON S5 (GAIN: +/0/_) 0 . Input 1 kHz/220 mV p-p sine wave signal from the audio generator to the pin 2 (X) (GND: pin 3) of the INCOM1 connector (XLR pin 5) of CA-590/590P. . Fig.1 (Refer to 4-1-4. Audio Connection.) Measurement point: TP601 (GND: E300)/TR-133B board Adjustment procedure: 1. Set the oscilloscope INPUT (AC/DC) mode to DC, and connect the probe to TP601 (GND: E300) on the TR-133B board. Then, turn slowly the 1LV601 (7.1M TUNE 1) core up to 1.24 0.02 V dc while watching the oscilloscope screen.

E1

CN902

S2

S363

F TP202 RV801 E300 TP402 TP302

TP602 RV201

RV601 TP601

RV401

RV301 TP301 LV302

1.24 0.02 V dc GND

TP801 E801 LV901

LV602

LV402

TP401

LV201

LV601

LV401

LV301

2. Set the oscilloscope INPUT (AC/DC) mode to AC, and adjust the 1LV602 (7.1M TUNE2) core to minimize the carrier.

RV901 TP201

LV902

C RV902

RV701 E100

Minimum
B

TP901 TP1 TP21 TP41 TP101

E102

3. Perform steps 1 and 2 repeatedly to meet the specifications in 1 and 2.

TP701 E701 A S1 1 2 E101 3

LV101

RV41

RV101

TR-133B BOARD (SIDE A)


CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-27

4-6-8. INCOM2 Demodulation Adjustment


Adjustment category: Note: C Perform this adjustment only after replacing 1LV501 and/or 1LV502 on the TR-133B board.

4-6-9. INCOM2 Level Adjustment


Adjustment category: B Measuring instruments: Oscilloscope, Audio generator Extended board: TR-133B board Preparation: . Input 1 kHz/220 mV p-p sine wave signal from the audio generator to the pin 2 (X) (GND: pin 3) of the INCOM2 connector (XLR pin 5) of CA-590/590P. . Fig.1 (Refer to 4-1-4. Audio Connection.) Measurement point: TP502 (GND: E300)/TR-133B board Adjustment point: 1RV501 (INCOM 2 LEVEL)/ TR-133B board Specification: A = 200 10 mV p-p

Measuring instruments: Oscilloscope, Audio generator Extended board: TR-133B board Preparation: . Set the switches below on the AU-294 board of CA-590/ 590P. S3 (CM/DYM) DYM S4 (UNBAL) ON S5 (GAIN: +/0/_) 0 . Input 1 kHz/220 mV p-p sine wave signal from the audio generator to the pin 2 (X) (GND: pin 3) of the INCOM2 connector (XLR pin 5) of CA-590/590P. . Fig.1 (Refer to 4-1-4. Audio Connection.) Measurement point: TP501 (GND: E300)/TR-133B board Adjustment procedure: 1. Set the oscilloscope INPUT (AC/DC) mode to DC, and connect the probe to TP501 (GND: E300) on the TR-133B board. Then, turn slowly the 1LV501 (7.4M TUNE 1) core up to 1.24 0.02 V dc while watching the oscilloscope screen.

E1

CN902

S2

S362 S363 S361 E400 F TP202 RV801 RV201 RV601 RV501 RV401 RV301 TP301 E300 TP502 TP402 TP302

TP602

1.24 0.02 V dc GND

E TP601 TP801 E801 LV901 LV201 TP201 LV602 LV502 LV402 LV401 LV302 LV301 TP501 TP401

LV601 LV501

2. Set the oscilloscope INPUT (AC/DC) mode to AC, and adjust the 1LV502 (7.4M TUNE2) core to minimize the carrier.

RV901

LV902

C RV902

RV701 E100

Minimum
B

TP901 TP1 TP21 TP41 TP61 TP81 TP101

E102

3. Perform steps 1 and 2 repeatedly to meet the specifications in 1 and 2.

TP701 E701 A

LV1

LV21 LV41 LV61 LV81 LV101

RV41 RV61 RV81 RV101 S1 E101 1 2 3 4

TR-133B BOARD (A SIDE)

4-28

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-6-10. MIC 1 Demodulation Adjustment


Adjustment category: Note: C Perform this adjustment only after replacing IC301/1LV301/ 1LV302 on the TR-133B board.

4-6-11. MIC 1 Level Adjustment


Adjustment category: B Measuring instruments: Oscilloscope, Audio generator Extended board: TR-133B board Preparation: . Input 1 kHz/2.2 mV p-p (_60 dBu) sine wave signal from the audio generator to the MIC connector of CA-590/590P. . Set the AUDIO CH-1 input select switch on the CA-590/ 590P rear panel to REAR/MIC (center). . Fig.3 (Refer to 4-1-4. Audio Connection.) Measurement point: TP302 (GND: E300)/TR-133B board Adjustment point: 1RV301 (MIC 1 LEVEL)/TR133B board Specification: A = 200 5 mV p-p

Measuring instruments: Oscilloscope, Audio generator Extended board: TR-133B board Preparation: . Input 1 kHz/2.2 mV p-p (_60 dBu) sine wave signal from the audio generator to the MIC connector of CA-590/590P. . Set the AUDIO CH-1 input select switch on the CA-590/ 590P rear panel to REAR/MIC (center). . Fig.3 (Refer to 4-1-4. Audio Connection.) Measurement point: TP301 (GND: E300)/TR-133B board Adjustment procedure: 1. Connect the oscilloscope probe to TP301 (GND: E300) on the TR-133B board. Then turn the 1LV301 (6.2M TUNE1) core slowly to reach 1.24 0.01 V dc while watching the oscilloscope screen.

E1

CN902

S2

1.24 0.01 V dc GND


F TP202 E300 TP402 RV201 E TP801 E801 LV901 LV201 LV601 LV401

S363

2. Set the oscilloscope INPUT (AC/DC) mode to AC, and adjust the 1LV302 (6.2M TUNE2) core to minimize the carrier.

RV801

TP302

RV601

RV401

RV301 TP301 LV302 LV301

LV602

LV402

TP401

Minimum

RV901 TP201

LV902

3. Perform steps 1 and 2 repeatedly to meet the specifications in 1 and 2.

C RV902

RV701 E100

TP901 TP1 B TP21 TP41 TP101

E102

TP701 E701 A S1 1 2 E101 3

LV101

RV41

RV101

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

TR-133B BOARD (SIDE A)

4-29

4-6-12. MIC 2 Demodulation Adjustment


Adjustment category: Note: C Perform this adjustment only after replacing IC401/1LV401/ 1LV402 on the TR-133B board.

4-6-13. MIC 2 Level Adjustment


Adjustment category: B Measuring instruments: Oscilloscope, Audio generator Extended board: TR-133B board Preparation: . Input 1 kHz/2.2 mV p-p (_60 dBu) sine wave signal from the audio generator to the MIC IN connector of CA-590/590P. . Set the AUDIO CH-2 input select switch on the CA-590/ 590P rear panel to REAR/MIC (center). . Fig.3 (Refer to 4-1-4. Audio Connection.) Measurement point: TP402 (GND: E300)/TR-133B board Adjustment point: 1RV401 (MIC 2 LEVEL)/TR133B board Specification: A = 200 5 mV p-p

Measuring instruments: Oscilloscope, Audio generator Extended board: TR-133B board Preparation: . Input 1 kHz/2.2 mV p-p (_60 dBu) sine wave signal from the audio generator to the AUDIO CH-2 IN connector of CA-590/590P. . Set the AUDIO CH-2 input select switch on the CA-590/ 590P rear panel to REAR/MIC (center). . Fig.3 (Refer to 4-1-4. Audio Connection.) Measurement point: TP401 (GND: E300)/TR-133B board Adjustment procedure: 1. Connect the oscilloscope probe to TP401 (GND: E300) on the TR-133B board. Then turn the 1LV401 (6.7M TUNE1) core slowly to reach 1.24 0.01 V dc while watching the oscilloscope screen.

E1

CN902

S2

S363

1.24 0.01 V dc
F

GND
RV801

TP202

E300 TP402 TP302

2. Set the oscilloscope INPUT (AC/DC) mode to AC, and adjust the 1LV402 (6.7M TUNE2) core to minimize the carrier.

RV201 E TP801 E801 LV901 LV201 D RV901 TP201

RV601

RV401

RV301 TP301 LV302

LV602

LV402

TP401

LV601

LV401

LV301

Minimum
LV902

C RV902

RV701 E100

3. Perform steps 1 and 2 repeatedly to meet the specifications in 1 and 2.


B

TP901 TP1 TP21 TP41 TP101

E102

TP701 E701 A S1 1 2 E101 3

LV101

RV41

RV101

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TR-133B BOARD (SIDE A)

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-6-14. CHU DATA Demodulation Adjustment


Adjustment category: C Notes: . Perform this adjustment together with the already adjusted CA-590/590P. . Perform this adjustment only after replacing IC201 and/ or 1LV201 (5.6M TUNE) on the TR-133B board. Measuring instrument: Oscilloscope 20 MHz BW Limit: ON Input mode: DC Extended board: TR-133B board Measurement point: TP201 (GND: E1)/TR-133B board Adjustment point: 1LV201 (5.6M TUNE)/TR133B board Specification: A = +0.40 0.05 V dc
GND A

4-6-15. CHU TONE Adjustment


Adjustment category: Measuring instrument: Extended board: Measurement point: Adjustment point: C Oscilloscope (set to AC mode) TR-133B board TP202 (GND: E1)/TR-133B board 1RV201 (TONE ADJ)/TR133B board

Adjustment procedure: 1. Set the oscilloscope as follows. . HORIZ/DIV: 20 mS/DIV . VOLTS/DIV: 100 mV/DIV . Input mode: AC 2. Turn slowly 1RV201 clockwise 2 from the mechanical center while watching the oscilloscope, and record the wave starting position (a).
Position (a)

Mechanical center
E1 CN902

S2

S363

3. Turn slowly 1RV201 counterclockwise 3 while watching the oscilloscope, and record the wave starting position (b).
(a)

F TP202 RV801 E300 TP402 RV201 E TP801 E801 LV901 LV201 D RV901 TP201 LV601 LV401 TP302

RV601

RV401

RV301 TP301 LV302 LV301

LV602

LV402

TP401

Position (b)

Set 1RV201 to the center of (a) and (b).


(a)
=

LV902

Set to the center


C RV902 RV701 E100 TP901 TP1 B TP21 TP41 TP101

(b)

E102

TP701 E701 A S1 1 2 E101 3

LV101

RV41

RV101

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TR-133B BOARD (SIDE A)

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4-7. RETURN VIDEO Cable Compensation System Adjustment


4-7-1. RETURN VIDEO Carrier Frequency Adjustment
Adjustment category: C Note: Section 4-5-14. RETURN VIDEO Level Adjustment must have already been finished. Measuring instruments: Spectrum analyzer, Video signal generator (10 STEP signal) Extended board: TR-133B board Preparation: . Input 1.0 V p-p linearity signal (10 STEP) to the RET-1 input terminal on the CCU rear panel. . Press the RET-1 switch on the CA-590/590P rear panel. Measurement point: TP701 (GND: E701)/TR-133B board Adjustment point: 1CT701 (RET FREQ)/TR133B board Specification: 69.000 0.005 MHz
SYNC tip

4-7-2. RETURN VIDEO Deviation Adjustment


Adjustment category: C Measuring instruments: Spectrum analyzer, Video signal generator (10 STEP signal) Extended board: TR-133B board Preparation: . Input 1.0 V p-p linearity signal (10 STEP) to the RET-1 input terminal on the CCU rear panel. . Press the RET-1 switch on the CA-590/590P rear panel. Measurement point: TP701 (GND: E701)/TR-133B board Adjustment point: 1RV701 (RET DEV)/TR-133B board Specification: T = 2.000 0.005 MHz
SYNC tip White 100 %

T = 2.0 MHz 69.0 MHz 71.0 MHz

Perform the adjustments of 4-7-1 and 4-7-2 repeatedly to meet the respective specifications.

69.0 MHz
A 1 B C D RV901 LV901 TP701 RV902 E701 S1 TP1 LV1 2 E101 RV41 LV41 3 LV401 LV402 RV101 LV101 TP101 E102 4 LV301 TP401 LV302 TP301 RV301 TP302 RV401 TP402 E300 S363 S2 TP41 LV21 TP21 CT701 TP901 RV701 TP201 LV201 TP202 LV601 LV602 CN902 RV601 RV201 E1 LV902 E801 E TP801 RV801 F G

TR-133B BOARD (SIDE A)

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CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-7-3. RX PROMPT VIDEO Demodulation Adjustment


Adjustment category: C Notes: . Perform this adjustment only after replacing IC903, 1LV901 (PROMPT FREQ) or 1LV902 (PROMPT TUNE) on the TR-133B board. Use a TRIAX cable of 300 m or less for this adjustment. . The CA-590/590P shall have been adjusted properly. Measuring instruments: Waveform monitor, Video signal generator (sweep signal, 10 STEP signal) Extended board: TR-133B board Preparation: n The RX PROMPTER output terminal must be output from RET-2/PROMPTER BNC on the CCU rear panel. . S2 (TX REM RX)/TR-133B board (CCU) RX . S301/DM-139B board (CA-590/590P) TX . S1 (Cable Length)/DM-140 board (CCU) F (AUTO) . Input sweep signal from the video signal generator to the PROMPTER terminal on the CA-590/590P rear panel. Measuring instrument: RET-3/PROMPTER terminal (CCU rear panel) Adjustment point: 1LV901 (PROMPT FREQ)/ TR-133B board 1LV902 (PROMPT TUNE)/ TR-133B board

Adjustment procedure: 1. Adjust temporarily 1LV902 (PROMPT TUNE) on the TR-133B board so that a video waveform appears on the waveform monitor. 2. Adjust 1LV901 (PROMPT FREQ)/TR-133B board to minimize the frequency response around 6 MHz.

6 MHz

3. Switch the video signal generator signal to 10 STEP signal. This adjustment continues to next page.

A 1

D RV901 LV901

E801

E TP801 RV801

TP701 E701 S1 TP1

TP901

RV902

LV902

E1 RV701 TP201 LV201 TP202 LV21 TP21 LV601 LV602 RV601 CN902 RV201

LV1 E101 RV41 LV41 TP41

3 LV401 RV101 LV101 TP101 E102 4 LV301 TP401 LV302 TP302 TP301 RV301 LV402 RV401 TP402 E300 S363 S2

TR-133B BOARD (SIDE A)


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4. Readjust the 1LV902 (PROMPT TUNE) on the TR133B board to make portion A of the video waveform flat. (Note: If portion A does not become flat, proceed to 4-7-4. RX PROMPT VIDEO RF AGC Adjustment, and then perform readjustment in 4-7-3. RX PROMPT VIDEO Demodulation Adjustment.)

Note: Perform the following after the adjustment is completed. . Set S2 (TX REM RX)/TR-133B board to TX and then to REM. . S1 (Cable Length)/DM-140 board F (AUTO) (unchanged) . Re-set S301 on the DM-139B board of CA-590/590P to RX . Disconnect the BNC cable from the PROMPTER terminal.

Flat

A 1

D RV901 LV901

E801

E TP801 RV801

TP701 E701 S1 TP1

TP901

RV902

LV902

E1 RV701 TP201 LV201 TP202 LV21 TP21 LV601 LV602 RV601 CN902 RV201

LV1 E101 RV41 LV41 TP41

3 LV401 RV101 LV101 TP101 E102 4 LV301 TP401 LV302 TP302 TP301 RV301 LV402 RV401 TP402 E300 S363 S2

TR-133B BOARD (SIDE A)

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CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-7-4. RX PROMPT VIDEO RF AGC Adjustment


Adjustment category: Note: B Use a 300 m TRIAX cable for this adjustment. The CA-590/590P shall have been adjusted properly.

Note: Perform the following after the adjustment is completed. . Set S2 (TX REM RX) on the TR-133B board to TX side with POWER ON and then to REM. . Re-set S301 on the DM-139B board of CA-590/590P to RX . S1 (CABLE LENGTH)/DM-140 board F (AUTO) . Disconnect the BNC cable from the PROMPTER terminal.

Measuring instruments: Waveform monitor, Video signal generator (10 STEP signal) Extended board: TR-133B board Preparation: n The RX PROMPTER output terminal must be output from RET-2/PROMPTER BNC on the CCU rear panel. . S2 (TX REM RX)/TR-133B board (CCU) RX . S1 (CABLE LENGTH)/DM-140 board (CCU) F (AUTO) . Set S301 on the DM-139B board of CA-590/590P to TX . Input 10 STEP signal from the video signal generator to the PROMPTER terminal on the CA-590/590P rear panel. Measurement point: RET-2/PROMPTER terminal (CCU rear panel) Adjustment point: 1RV901 (RF AGC DLY)/TR133B board Adjustment procedure: . Turn slowly 1RV901 (RF AGC DLY) on the TR-133B board counterclockwise 3 from the maximum position, and stop it at a position where each black portion of noise level A (see figure below) becomes minimal. (Excessive turn causes the SYNC level to deteriorate.)

E1

CN902

S2

S363

F TP202 RV801 E300 TP402 RV201 E TP801 E801 LV901 LV201 D RV901 TP201 LV601 LV401 TP302

RV601

RV401

RV301 TP301 LV302 LV301

LV602

LV402

TP401

LV902

C RV902

RV701 E100

TP901 TP1 B TP21 TP41 TP101

E102

TP701 E701

LV101

A
A S1 1 2 E101 3 4 RV41 RV101

Where each black portion of noise level A becomes minimal.


CCU-590/P/V1(E)

TR-133B BOARD (SIDE A)

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4-7-5. RX PROMPT VIDEO Level Adjustment


Adjustment category: Note: B Use a TRIAX cable (300 m maximum) for this adjustment. The CA-590/590P shall have been adjusted properly.

Measuring instruments: Waveform monitor, Video signal generator (10 STEP signal) Extended board: TR-133B board Preparation: n The RX PROMPTER output terminal must be output from RET-2/PROMPTER BNC on the CCU rear panel. . S2 (TX REM RX)/TR-133B board (CCU) RX . S1 (MODE AUTO/MAN)/DM-140 board (CCU) F (AUTO) . Set S301 on the DM-139B board of CA-590/590P to TX . PROMPT OUT / Rear panel Disconnect 75 Z termination. . Input 10 STEP signal from the video signal generator to the PROMPTER terminal on the CA-590/590P side panel. Adjustment procedure: . Adjust 1RV902 (PROMPT LEVEL) on the TR-133B board so that RET-2/PROMPTER video level becomes 1.00 0.03 V p-p.

E1

CN902

S2

S363

F TP202 RV801 E300 TP402 RV201 E TP801 E801 LV901 LV201 D RV901 TP201 LV601 LV401 TP302

RV601

RV401

RV301 TP301 LV302 LV301

LV602

LV402

TP401

1.00 0.03 V p-p


LV902

C RV902

RV701 E100

Note: Perform the following after the adjustment is completed. . Set S2 (TX REM RX) on the TR-133B board to TX side with POWER ON and then to REM. . Re-set S301 on the DM-139B board of CA-590/590P to RX . Disconnect the BNC cable from the PROMPTER terminal.

TP901 TP1 B TP21 TP41 TP101

E102

TP701 E701 A S1 1 2 E101 3

LV101

RV41

RV101

TR-133B BOARD (SIDE A)

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CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-8. PROMPT VIDEO Cable Compensation System Adjustment


4-8-1. TX PROMPT VIDEO Modulation Adjustment
Adjustment category: Note: B Use a TRIAX cable (300 m maximum) for this adjustment.

Measuring instruments: Oscilloscope, Video signal generator Extended board: TR-133B board Preparation: . Input 10 STEP signal (chroma signal: OFF) from the video signal generator to the PROMPTER terminal (CCU rear panel). . S2 (TX REM RX) /TR-133B board (CCU) TX . S1 (Cable Length) /DM-140 board (CCU) 1 (330) . Set S301 on the DM-139B board of CA-590/590P to RX Measurement point: TP801 (GND: E801)/TR-133B board Adjustment point: 1RV801 (PROMPT DEV)/TR133B board Specification: A = 25 3 % Adjustment procedure: . Adjust 1RV801 so that the level A meets the specification, when the level B is set to 100 % with the oscilloscope VAR adjustment knob.
B = 100 % A = 25 3 %

E1

CN902

S2

S363

F TP202 RV801 E300 TP402 RV201 E TP801 E801 LV901 LV201 D RV901 TP201 LV601 LV401 TP302

RV601

RV401

RV301 TP301 LV302 LV301

LV602

LV402

TP401

LV902

Note: Set the switch below after the adjustment is completed. . S1 (Cable Length)/DM-140 board (CCU) F (AUTO)

C RV902

RV701 E100

TP901 TP1 B TP21 TP41 TP101

E102

TP701 E701 A S1 1 2 E101 3

LV101

RV41

RV101

TR-133B BOARD (SIDE A)


CCU-590/P/V1(E)

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4-9. Intercom System Adjustment


4-9-1. INCOM (T) Level Set Adjustment
Adjustment category: C Measuring instruments: Oscilloscope, Audio generator Preparation: . S5/SW-1189 board ECM . MIC switch/CCU front panel MIC ON TP202 (GND: E1)/AU-295 board Measurement point: Adjustment point: 1RV202 (TALK LEV)/AU-295 board Adjustment procedure: 1. Connect the audio generator to the INCOM connector on the CCU front panel as shown below.
Audio generator

4-9-2. SIDE TONE Adjustment


Adjustment category: C Measuring instruments: Oscilloscope, Audio generator Extended board: AU-295 board Preparation: . S5/SW-1189 board ECM . MIC switch/CCU front panel MIC ON . INCOM level adjustment knob/CCU front panel Maximum Measurement point: TP202 (GND: E1)/AU-295 board Adjustment point: 1RV102 (SIDE TONE)/AU295 board Adjustment procedure: 1. Connect the audio generator to the INCOM connector on the CCU front panel as shown below.
Audio generator

INCOM connector INCOM connector GND 600 Z more than 47 uF/16 V _ +


5 4 2 3 1

GND 600 Z more than 47 uF/16 V _ +

5 4 2 3

2. Input 1 kHz/220 mV p-p sine wave from the audio generator. 3. Adjust 1RV202 (TALK LEV) on the AU-295 board so that TP202 signal level becomes 200 10 mV p-p.

200 10 mV p-p

2. Adjust the audio generator output level so that 1 kHz/ 200 mV sine wave appears at TP202 (GND: E1) on the AU-295 board. 3. Adjust again 1RV102 (SIDE TONE) on the AU-295 board so that TP206 level becomes 330 60 mV p-p. n The value above is determined for maintenance. Adjust the level as required by customers for actual operation.
G RV202 H J K

A 1

C E2

F TP202

E1 S101 S100 2 S107 S106 S104 E3 S108 3 RV100 RV101 RV102 4 RV203 RV204 5 S204 S206 TP209 S4 S2 S205 S207 TP210 S102 S105 RV201 S203 TP205 TP208 RV200 S202 TP203 TP204 S103 IC105 TP101 TP100 TP102 TP201 TP200 S201 S200

TP207 TP206

CN902

S3

S1

4-38

AU-295 BOARD (A SIDE)

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-10. RTS/CC Intercom System Adjustment


4-10-1. ENG RTS/CC CANCEL Adjustment
Adjustment category: Note: C Perform adjustment below when the intercom system employs RTS or CC system.

4-10-2. PROD RTS/CC CANCEL Adjustment


Adjustment category: Note: C Perform adjustment below when the intercom system employs RTS or CC system.

Measuring instruments: Oscilloscope, Audio generator Extended board: AU-295 board Preparation: . S5/SW-1189 board ECM . MIC switch/CCU front panel MIC ON . INCOM (PROG/PRIV/ENG) switch/SW-1189 board ENG . S207 (ENG SEL)/AU-295 board RTS (CC) . S205/AU-295 board RTS or CC . Input 1 kHz/220 mV p-p sine wave signal to the INCOM connector on the CCU front panel. Measurement point: TP210 (GND: E1)/AU-295 board Adjustment point: 1RV204 (ENG RTS CANCEL)/AU-295 board Specification: A = Minimum

Measuring instruments: Oscilloscope, Audio generator Extended board: AU-295 board Preparation: . S5/SW-1189 board ECM . MIC switch/CCU front panel MIC ON . INCOM (PROG/PRIV/ENG) switch/SW-1189 board PROD . S206 (PROD SEL)/AU-295 board RTS (CC) . S204/AU-295 board RTS or CC . Input 1 kHz/220 mV p-p sine wave signal to the INCOM connector on the CCU front panel. Measurement point: TP209 (GND: E1)/AU-295 board Adjustment point: 1RV203 (PROD RTS CANCEL)/AU-295 board Specification: A = Minimum

A 1

C E2

F TP202

G RV202

E1 S101 S100 2 S107 S106 S104 E3 S108 3 RV100 RV101 RV102 4 RV203 RV204 5 S204 S206 TP209 S4 S2 S205 S207 TP210 S102 S105 RV201 S203 TP205 TP208 RV200 S202 TP203 TP204 S103 IC105 TP101 TP100 TP102 TP201 TP200 S201 S200

TP207 TP206

CN902

S3

S1

AU-295 BOARD (A SIDE)


CCU-590/P/V1(E)

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4-11. MIC Level Adjustment


4-11-1. MIC1 Level Adjustment
Adjustment category: C Measuring instruments: Oscilloscope, Audio generator Preparation: . AUDIO IN +48 V CH1/CH2 switch/CA rear panel OFF . AUDIO IN CH1/CH2 switch/CA rear panel REAR MIC . Input below signal from the audio generator to the CA AUDIO IN CH1 connector. (Refer to 4-1-4. Audio Connection.) Signal name: Sine wave Frequency: 1 kHz Output level: 2.2 mV p-p (_60 dBu) . CA MIC1 GAIN _60 dB . S203/AU-295 board 0 dB Measurement point: Follow the steps below. Note: TP205 (GND: E1) and TP208 (GND: E1)/AU-295 board Adjustment point: 1RV201/AU-295 board

Adjustment procedure: 1. Adjust 1RV201 so that TP205 signal level becomes A. A = 1100 50 mV

2. Connect the oscilloscope to TP208, and check that the signal level is 1100 100 mV p-p.

A 1

C E2

F TP202

G RV202

E1 S101 S100 2 S107 S106 S104 E3 S108 3 RV100 RV101 RV102 4 RV203 RV204 5 S204 S206 TP209 S4 S2 S205 S207 TP210 S102 S105 RV201 S203 TP205 TP208 RV200 S202 TP203 TP204 S103 IC105 TP101 TP100 TP102 TP201 TP200 S201 S200

TP207 TP206

CN902

S3

S1

AU-295 BOARD (A SIDE)

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CCU-590/P/V1(E)

4-11-2. MIC2 Level Adjustment


Adjustment category: C Measuring instruments: Oscilloscope, Audio generator Preparation: . AUDIO IN +48 V CH1/CH2 switch/CA rear panel OFF . AUDIO IN CH1/CH2 switch/CA rear panel REAR MIC . Input below signal from the audio generator to the CA AUDIO IN CH2 connector. (Refer to 4-1-4. Audio Connection.) Signal name: Sine wave Frequency: 1 kHz Output level: 2.2 mV p-p (_60 dBu) . CA MIC2 GAIN _60 dB . S202/AU-295 board 0 dB Measurement point: Follow the steps below. Note: TP203 (GND: E1) and TP204 (GND: E1)/AU-295 board Adjustment point: 1RV200/AU-295 board

Adjustment procedure: 1. Adjust 1RV200 so that TP203 signal level becomes A. A = 1100 50 mV

2. Connect the oscilloscope to TP204, and check that the signal level is 1100 100 mV p-p.

A 1

C E2

F TP202

G RV202

E1 S101 S100 2 S107 S106 S104 E3 S108 3 RV100 RV101 RV102 4 RV203 RV204 5 S204 S206 TP209 S4 S2 S205 S207 TP210 S102 S105 RV201 S203 TP205 TP208 RV200 S202 TP203 TP204 S103 IC105 TP101 TP100 TP102 TP201 TP200 S201 S200

TP207 TP206

CN902

S3

S1

AU-295 BOARD (A SIDE)


CCU-590/P/V1(E)

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SAFETY CHECK-OUT
After correcting the original service problem, perform the following safety checks before releasing the set to the customer : The material contained in this manual consists of information that is the property of Sony Corporation. Sony Corporation expressly prohibits the duplication of any portion of this manual or the use thereof for any purpose other than the operation or maintenance of the equipment described in this manual without the express written permission of Sony Corporation. Check the metal trim, metallized knobs, screws, and all other exposed metal parts for AC leakage. Check leakage as described below. LEAKAGE TEST The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground and from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having a return to chassis, must not exceed 3.5 mA. Leakage current can be measured by any one of three methods. 1. A commercial leakage tester, such as the Simpson 229 or RCA WT-540A. Follow the manufacturers instructions to use these instruments. 2. A battery-operated AC milliammeter. The Data Precision 245 digital multimeter is suitable for this job. 3. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means of a VOM or battery-operated AC voltmeter. The limit indication is 5.25 V, so analog meters must have an accurate lowvoltage scale. The Simpson 250 and Sanwa SH-63Trd are examples of a passive VOM that is suitable. Nearly all battery operated digital multimeters that have a 20 V AC range are suitable. (See Fig. A)

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To Exposed Metal Parts on Set

0.15 F

1.5 kZ

AC voltmeter (5.25V)

Earth Ground Fig A. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage.

CCU-590/P/V1(E)

CCU-590 (UC) CCU-590P (CE) E 9-968-167-02

Sony Corporation

Printed in Japan 2007. 9 08 2005