iDC lamp

When the DC 12 V power voltage is being lowered due to the battery consumption, the lamp changes to orange from green. When the voltage becomes lower than a certain level, the monitor automatically turns off and the lamp turns to red.

Make sure to turn off the POWER switch and DC switch on the rear panel before replacing the battery.

The length of time that the lamp lights in orange differs depending on the type of battery or the battery condition. It is recommended to replace the battery when the lamp turns to orange.

Volume Adjustment/Audio Channel Selection

Volume Adjustment

1When no menu screen is not displayed, press (volume adjustment button).

For SDI input the “Volume/Embedded Audio” screen appears. For any input other than SDI the “Volume” screen appears.

2Press to move the cursor to “Volume”.

(This step is skipped when the ”Volume/Embedded Audio” screen is not displayed.)

3Press to adjust the volume.

4Press the MENU button to finish.

(The “Volume” screen disappears automatically if no operations are made for 5 seconds.)

Audio Channel Selection

Select the audio channel output from the Speaker (L/R) and AUDIO (MONITOR OUT) (OUT1(L)/OUT2(R)) terminals when an EMBEDDED AUDIO signal is input during SDI input.

It is necessary to set the audio channel group in advance. (”Embedded Audio Group” of “Audio Setting” on page 16)

Store the setting for each input of SDI 1 and SDI 2.

Volume screen



Volume/Embedded Audio screen






1When the menu is not displayed, use the buttons The “Volume/Embedded Audio” screen appears.

The “Volume/Embedded Audio” screen disappears automatically is no operations are made for about 30 seconds.




Use the buttons to select the left and right channels (L ch/R ch)

Use the buttons to select the audio channel

Each time you press a button the audio channel changes according to the “Embedded Audio Group” setting. (on page 16)

Press the MENU button

The “Volume/Embedded Audio” screen disappears.

On the Information Display

The monitor displays the information below.

Make the setting to display/hide each information using the MENU with the exception of 5, controlled with T.C. button (e on page 10).

1 Audio level meter

You can check the conditions of the EMBEDDED AUDIO signals when “Level Meter Display” is set to “Horizontal” or “Vertical.”

Not displayed when “Level Meter Display” is set to “Off.” (“Audio Setting” on page 16)

2Signal format

Displayed when “Status Display” is set to “On.” (“Information” on page 19)

For the contents displayed, see “Available signals” on page 29 and “On the signal format” on page 12.

3Source name assigned in “Character Setting”

Displayed when “Source ID” is set to “On” or “Auto.”

Displayed in large letters when “Status Display” is set to “Off” or “Auto.” (“Information” on page 19)

4CRC error indication

Displayed when “CRC Error” is set to “On.” (“Information” on page 19)

A red square is displayed when an error occurs.

5Time code

When the input signal includes no time code, “TC – –:– –:– –:– –” is displayed (e on page 10).