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Introducing the Sony MVS 8000 Multi Format Switcher
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Production Switcher Systems
MVS-8000 Series DVS-9000 Series
Solutions for the next generation
From multiple program versions to multiple frame rates. From 4:3 to 16:9. From Standard Definition to High Definition, one thing is clear. The simple days of broadcasting are over. You need a new type of production switcher to meet today's requirements. You need a switcher of uncommon flexibility, exceptional upgradability and superb operability. That's why Sony created the MVS-8000 Series Multi-Format Production Switcher. And now the MVS-8000 Series is joined by the new benchmark in Standard Definition, the cost-effective DVS-9000 Series Production Switcher.
Sony offers the MVS-8000 Series Switcher in both HD/SD switchable configurations, and SD-only giving you the option to upgrade whenever you're ready. The DVS-9000 Series addresses top quality, cost-effective SD production. Even here Sony provides investment protection. You can upgrade the DVS-9000 to the MVS-8000! Both the MVS-8000 Series and DVS-9000 Series Switchers meet the operational requirements of technical directors, the creative requirements of program directors and the system requirements of engineers. And both switchers deliver a Return on Investment for the people who sign the checks. Sony spoke to technical directors all over the world and used their comments to design incredibly powerful Mix/Effects banks and comprehensive effects. Plus highly
customizable control panels with enhanced indicators and buttons. Plus advanced networking and resource sharing. Plus intelligent system control, peripherals, maintenance and pay-as-you grow scalability. Plus special considerations for mixed PC and AV environments. Thanks to their common architecture, both switchers share the same optional accessories, the same control panel, the same remote panel, and peripherals. Their system control structure and setup data are also compatible. You can even build Mix/Effects events on one switcher and execute them on the other. So your people can move between switchers with total confidence. No wonder broadcasters, OB vehicle operators and post houses are making the switch to the Sony MVS-8000 Series and DVS-9000 Series Switchers.
Flexibility for today and tomorrow
MVS-8000 Series Multi-Format HD/SD Switchers
Sonys MVS-8000 Series Switcher is available in either Standard Definition only (SD) or multi-format (HD/SD) switchable configurations, with a smooth migration path from one to the other. The HD/SD version supports Digital Television broadcasting. And it gracefully accommodates digital imaging created at 30, 29.97, 25, 24 and 23.976 frames per second, progressive scanning.
Multi-format configuration 1080i/60, 59.94, 50 1080p/30, 29.97, 25, 24, 23.976 720p/59.94 (v3.0 will be available in 2003) 480i/59.94 576i/50 Standard definition configuration 480i/59.94 576i/50
Scalable Processor Configurations
The MVS-8000 Series and DVS-9000 Series Switcher processors can be configured to suit your needs in terms of application, resolution, frame rate, number of I/Os, number of M/E banks and more. As your needs grow, you can upgrade these switchers simply by installing the appropriate option board. The MVS-8000 Series and DVS-9000 Series Switchers both offer the choice of a full-size or small frame (SF) processor to match the scale of your operation. The full-size MVS-8000 and DVS-9000 processors can be equipped for 2-, 3- and 4-M/E operation. Youll be ready for anything with up to 80 primary inputs, 48 assignable outputs and 8 monitor outputs. The Small Frame MVS-8000SF and DVS-9000SF processors can be configured for 1- or 2-M/E operation. Both units are available with up to 34 inputs and up to 16 outputs with MVS-8000SF or up to 24 outputs with DVS-9000SF. On both the full-size and Small Frame processors, you can assign all but the monitor outputs as program, preview, key preview, clean or auxiliary.
Choose your definition.
2 to 4 ME
MVS-8000 16U 80 inputs and 48 outputs 8 monitor outputs 8 DME channels
1 to 2 ME
MVS-8000SF 8U 34 inputs and 16 outputs 8 DME channels
Any CCP-8000 and CCP-9000 con
CCP-8000 Customizable control panels
DVS-9000 Series Standard Definition Switchers
The cost-effective DVS-9000 Series Switcher establishes a new benchmark in Standard Definition switching. Nearly identical to the MVS-8000 Series Switcher, this remarkable system offers 525/625 switchable operation. Down the road, if you realize a need for High Definition capability, you can easily upgrade your DVS-9000 to an MVS-8000. Just replace the processor frame while you protect your investment in the Control Panel and Device Control Unit!
Customizable control panel
DVS-9000 8U 80 inputs and 48 outputs 8 monitor outputs 4 DME channels
The MVS-8000 Series and DVS-9000 Series Switchers share the same ergonomic control panels. Choose from the customizable CCP-8000 Series and the compact CCP-9000 Series. In the CCP-8000 Series, each control area is a separate module. Not only are you free to choose exactly the modules you want, but you can also position the modules of each Mix/Effects (M/E) bank according to your personal preferences. The M/E base chassis are offered in 16-, 24- or 32-button styles, and ME banks
are available in 2-, 3- or 4-M/E configurations. There are three choices of transition and key control modules to cover simple to complex video layering. The CCP-9000 Series compact control panels are available in 1- or 2-M/E configurations with 12-crosspoint buttons and a built-in redundant power supply. These control panels are well suited for use in OB vehicles and edit suites, or as sub-M/E remote panels.
DVS-9000SF 4U 34 inputs and 24 outputs 4 DME channels
trol panel can control any processor
CCP-9000 Compact control panels
Comprehensive control system
The MVS-8000 Series and DVS-9000 Series Switchers provide two Ethernet-based networks: the Control LAN and the Data LAN. This opens up completely new possibilities. The Control LAN is a dedicated network that communicates between MVS-8000 Series and DVS-9000 Series Switcher processors and CCP Series control panels. Using this network, multiple control panels can simultaneously share a single switcher processor on an M/E basis. Shared resources mean higher utilization and lower cost. Imagine two control panels using the same frame simultaneously. Or one control panel can operate simultaneous HD and SD
System Management Software
frames, for uncompromised HD/SD simulcasting from an OB vehicle. Or primary and slave panels can talk to primary and slave frames, operating in hot standby mode, for redundancy on mission-critical programming. The second network, the Data LAN, provides a connection for remote administrative tasks such as status monitoring, software upgrades and configuration, as well as maintenance and facility-management tasks. Image file transfers are also available for sharing graphics and titles. This second network can extend across your corporate LAN/WAN and even reach out over the Internet via a secure gateway. Sony System Management Software for a PC manages all the Sony live-production products configured around the MVS-8000 Series and DVS-9000 Series Switchers. A single user interface controls the MVS-8000 Series and DVS-9000 Series Switchers, HDS-X Series Routers and PFV-SP Series Signal Processing Units and more. Smart and efficient, the System Management Software enables remote setup, maintenance and operation of each device, as well as efficient file management of setup, effect, and image data.
Powerful Device Control
Sitting at the panel of the MVS-8000 or DVS-9000, you can control a world of equipment, including VTRs, DDRs, external routers, interface processors and audio mixers. And Sony makes it easy to build the most sophisticated effects, because the device control system uses the same timeline as switcher events. External devices connect to the MKS-8700 Device Control Unit, which provides control via RS-422A or GPI. And Sony supports a variety of protocols such as the ESAM-II (V3.0), P-BUS and VDCP (V3.0), for wide-ranging control of a full range of devices. These switchers also provide comprehensive control for Sony HDS-X Series Routers via the Serial Bus (S-BUS) connection. You can re-assign router crosspoints without distracting attention from the switcher control panel. To make control even easier, router source
Efficient Control System
System Manager BZPS-8000
Control Panel 1 CCP-8000
Control Panel 2 CCP-9000
Universal Control Panel UCP-8060
Aux Bus Panels MKS-8080 MKS-8082
Data Control S-Bus
Switcher Processor MVS-8000 DME Processor MKS-8800 Device Control Unit MKS-8700 IF Processors PFV-SP3300 PFV-SP3100 Routing Switcher HDS-X5800
names can be transferred to the switcher control panel and shown on the source name displays. In addition, you can use router system control panels for Aux Bus switching. This can streamline your control surfaces, eliminating the unnecessary complexity of a switcher panel next to a router panel.
Intelligent Tally Functions
With up to 80 primary inputs, it's vital to identify which is which. That's why these switchers provide intelligent, integrated switcher and router tally operation. With this system, its easy to program multiple on-air tallies and iso-recording tallies. If you need additional tally ports, just add tally boards to the MKS-8700. The MVS-8000 Series and DVS-9000 Series Switchers can provide tally outputs to under monitor displays (UMDs) and router control panels via the simple, multi-drop S-BUS coaxial cable connection.
Explore your imagination
Independent M/E Architecture
Each M/E bank, which includes PGM/PST, is identically equipped for rich functionality. You can designate snapshots, keyframes, crosspoint assignments, 4:3/16:9 modes and bus toggle on/off independently for each M/E. This architecture enables a single switcher to rapidly accommodate multiple assignments, operating in 4:3 and 16:9 simultaneously! further flexibility, each keyer in every M/E offers chroma keying and color vector keying, eliminating restrictions of selectable key types. Best of all, you can exchange M/E effects freely between any MVS-8000 and any DVS-9000 in the world, regardless of configuration. So as you move from switcher to switcher, your best ideas move with you! Sonys acclaimed Finekey technology allows fine adjustments of key position and border widths on a sub-pixel level within the range of 8H. Technical directors already appreciate our "Processed Key" mode in DME-Link function. Now theyre even better, with even greater power and convenience. Another powerful feature, Multi-Program Mode enables four simultaneous outputs per M/E, which can be assigned to any of the four keys in any combination. So you can perform versioning of the same program feed, inserting different backgrounds without the added expense of an external keyer or using an additional M/E.
Enhanced Frame Memory System
The frame memory system of the MVS-8000 Series and DVS-9000 Series Switchers provide eight simultaneous outputs that pull from a common frame pool. For short logo animations, the pictures can be played out at frame rate through any or all outputs. The frame memory accepts video or key data in any combination. The MVS-8000 Series Switcher can store 222 frames in SD configuration or 58 frames in HD configuration, while The DVS-9000 Series Switcher can store 222 frames. Additional storage is close at hand, thanks to a hard disk drive in the control panel. You're also free to transfer video frames to and from the switcher via Ethernet port or removable PC card media.
<For Multiple Language Applications> Program Out 1 Program Out 2
BACK GROUND A KEY 1 KEY 2
Creative M/E Functionality
The MVS-8000 Series and DVS-9000 Series Switchers take the best of Sonys proven DVS-7000 Series Switchers and adds significant enhancements. Each M/E bank on the MVS-8000 Series and DVS-9000 Series Switchers come equipped with four keyers for sophisticated layering. Separate from the main fader, each keyer has its own auto-transition controls, which let you insert or remove keys on an individual basis, with independent wipes, DME wipes and dissolves. For
BACK GROUND B
<For Independent Secondary Composition> Program Out 1 Program Out 2
BACK GROUND A KEY 1 KEY 3 Utility
Easy and Efficient Operation
These Switchers use a large color touch-screen for efficient and intuitive menu control. And Sony's "double-punch menu recall" gives you exactly the menu information you need, exactly when you need it. Just double-punch a button to recall its associated menu. Button indications have also been enhanced from the DVS-7000 Series. Crosspoint source-name displays, FlexiPad and Shot Box buttons all incorporate backlit three-color LCD indicators to which bit-mapped graphics or text can be imported and displayed. So you'll never again need to guess what effect number 99 is; you'll just look at the button. Optional remote-control panels, such as AUX Bus Remote, Keyer Remote (Universal Control Panel) and M/E Remote panels, allow convenient operating environments for any application, especially live events.
Having a dedicated button for each function on the MVS-8000 Series and DVS-9000 Series Switchers is handy; but these switchers take operational convenience one step further. The MVS-8000 Series and DVS-9000 Series Switchers make it easy to program macros. Using the FlexiPad or 10-key pad, simply create operational sequences and then store and assign them to any button. Macros are particularly useful in live environments when time is critical and theres no margin for error.
Key type with 10-key pad
Sophisticated Digital Multi-Effects (DME)
While the MVS-8000 Series and DVS-9000 Series Switchers share control surface modules, the two switchers offer different DME packages. Both switchers deliver effects so powerful, you may not even need an external DME device. For the MVS-8000 Series Switcher, the MKS-8800 DME processor provides a creative arsenal. Take control of realistic lighting, defocus, blur, and auto solid setups. Use combiners to create your own, customized looks. The integrated DME processor supports all the same HD and SD frame rates and formats as the MVS-8000 Series Switcher without board swapping. You can enjoy up to eight channels of integrated effects with two DME processors installed. Each channel is freely assignable to any key or transition in the Switcher. 4:3/16:9 mode selection, global axis control and multiple timelines are independently supported for each DME channel. This new level of close integration between switcher and DME results in creative preset patterns. The MKS-8800 also connects through a dedicated video interface. So you don't need to sacrifice the switcher's input and output resources. The DVS-9000 Series Switcher offers its own, mind-bending range of effects. Sonys engineers incorporated the essence of the renowned DME-7000 Effects Processor into the BKDS-9470 DME Board Set. You get four channels of incredible DME, with 2D, 3D and nonlinear effects including Sonys extraordinary Digital SKETCHTM, Digital SPARKLE effects, plus Color Corrector and up to four channels of Intersect Combine. You can add true-to-life lighting effects to nonlinear and 3D-effect patterns. Sony makes it easy to tweak the color and shape for the light source. And each DME channel provides external video input for use as a background or border/trail source. Four SDI monitor outputs on the DME board let you monitor the video with graphic, the video without graphic, or the key.
Center Control Panel
32 XPT MODULE
STANDARD TRANSITION MODULE
MEMORY CARD/USB MODULE
24 XPT MODULE MKS-8018 SIMPLE TRANSITION RIGHT MODULE
10-KEY PAD MODULE
16 XPT MODULE MKS-8019
SIMPLE TRANSITION LEFT MODULE
KEY FRAME MODULE
32 AUX BUS MODULE MKS-8013
COMPACT TRANSITION RIGHT MODULE
24 AUX BUS MODULE MKS-8014
16 AUX BUS MODULE MKS-8015
COMPACT TRANSITION LEFT MODULE
TRACK BALL MODULE
AUX BUS REMOTE PANEL
DSK FADER MODULE
COMPACT KEY TRANSITION MODULE
UNIVERSAL CONTROL PANEL MENU PANEL
MULTI-FORMAT SWITCHER PROCESSOR SYSTEM CONTROL UNIT UTILITY/SHOT BOX MODULE
MKS-8033 MKS-8010 HK-PSU03
PRODUCTION SWITCHER PROCESSOR
BACKUP POWER SUPPLY UNIT FLEXIPAD MODULE
SWC-5002/5005/5010 MKS-8075 MKS-8076 DVS-9000
EXTENSION ADAPTOR 12
MEMORY CARD USB ADAPTOR
BKDS-9160 24-OUTPUT BOARD SET BKDS-9161 8-MONITOR OUTPUT BOARD MKS-8111SD ADDITIONAL 12-INPUT BOARD
KEY CONTROL MODULE
BKDS-9162 12-OUTPUT BOARD BKDS-9210 MIX/EFFECT BOARD BKDS-9470 DME BOARD SET MKS-8110SD 17-INPUT BOARD HK-PSU04 POWER SUPPLY UNIT
Multi-format Option Boards MKS-8110M 17-INPUT BOARD MKS-8111M ADDITIONAL 12-INPUT BOARD MKS-8160M 8-OUTPUT BOARD MKS-8161M 8-MONITOR OUTPUT BOARD MKS-8170M DME INTERFACE BOARD MKS-8210M MIX/EFFECT BOARD SET MKS-8440M FRAME MEMORY BOARD SET SDTV Option Boards MKS-8110SD 17-INPUT BOARD MKS-8111SD ADDITIONAL 12-INPUT BOARD MKS-8160SD 8-OUTPUT BOARD MKS-8161SD 8-MONITOR OUTPUT BOARD MKS-8170SD DME INTERFACE BOARD MKS-8210SD MIX/EFFECT BOARD SET MKS-8440SD FRAME MEMORY BOARD SET HK-PSU04 POWER SUPPLY UNIT
MULTI FORMAT DME PROCESSOR BASIC EFFECTS BOARD
MVS INTERFACE BOARD
NONLINEAR EFFECTS BOARD
Device Control Unit
MKS-8800 DEVICE CONTROL UNIT
MKS-8700 MKS-8701 MKS-8702 HK-PSU04
TALLY/GPI OUTPUT BOARD SERIAL INTERFACE BOARD
BACKUP POWER SUPPLY UNIT
DVS-9000SF MVS-8000 MKS-8700
The figures show the rear panels when option boards are installed in the units.
General Power requirement Power consumption MVS-8000 MVS-8000SF DVS-9000 DVS-9000SF CCP-8000 Series CCP-9000 Series DME Processor Device Control Unit Operating temperature Storage temperature Operating humidity Dimensions (W x H x D) MVS-8000 MVS-8000SF DVS-9000 DVS-9000SF CCP-8000 Series Main Panel 100 to 240 V AC, 10% 50/60 Hz 20 to 8.5 A 10 to 4.2 A 8.6 to 4.2 A 5.5 to 2.5 A 3.3 to 1.4 A 1.1 to 0.5 A 3.5 to 1.5 A 1.4 to 0.8 A 41F to 104F (5C to 40C) -4F to +140F (-20C to +60C) 10% to 90% (Non-condensing) 19 x 27 7/8 x 20 1/2 inches (482 x 708 x 520 mm) 19 x 14 x 20 1/2 inches (482 x 354 x 520 mm) 19 x 14 x 20 1/2 inches (482 x 354 x 520 mm) 19 x 7 x 20 1/2 inches (482 x 177 x 520 mm) 4M/E, 32-crosspoint buttons: 56 7/8 (with mount bracket) x 4 x 20 7/8 inches (1443 x 98.5 x 528 mm) 3M/E, 24-crosspoint buttons: 50 7/8 (with mount bracket) x 4 x 20 7/8 inches (1291 x 98.5 x 528 mm) 2M/E, 16-crosspoint buttons: 44 7/8 (with mount bracket) x 4 x 15 5/8 inches (1139 x 98.5 x 396 mm) 32-crosspoint buttons: 30 7/8 (with mount bracket) x 5 1/4 x 3 1/4 inches (782 x 132 x 80 mm) 24-crosspoint buttons: 24 7/8 (with mount bracket) x 5 1/4 x 3 1/4 inches (630 x 132 x 80 mm) 16-crosspoint buttons: 18 7/8 (with mount bracket) x 5 1/4 x 3 1/4 inches (478 x 132 x 80 mm) 16 3/4 x 8 3/4 x 1 13/16 inches (424 x 220 x 46 mm) 19 x 5 1/4 x 20 1/2 inches (482 x 132 x 520 mm) 2M/E, 12-crosspoint buttons/1M/E, 12-crosspoint buttons: 18 7/8 (with mount bracket) x 8 1/4 x 17 1/2 inches (478 x 208 x 442 mm) 16 3/4 x 8 3/4 x 1 13/16 inches (424 x 220 x 46 mm) 19 x 5 1/4 x 20 1/2 inches (482 x 132 x 520 mm) 19 x 8 3/4 x 20 1/2 inches (482 x 221 x 520 mm) 10 3/8 (with mount bracket) x 5 1/4 x 3 1/8 inches (263 x 132 x 78.5 mm) 10 3/8 (with mount bracket) x 5 1/4 x 3 1/8 inches (263 x 132 x 78.5 mm) 187 lb 6 oz (85 kg) (fully loaded) 99 lb 3 oz (45 kg) (fully loaded) 94 lb 13 oz (43 kg) 55 lb 8 oz (25 kg) 4M/E, 32-crosspoint buttons: 66 lb 2 32-crosspoint buttons: 8 lb 2 oz (3.lb 13 oz (2.2 kg) 26 lb 7 oz (12 kg) 2M/E, 12-crosspoint buttons: 27 lb 9 1M/E, 12-crosspoint buttons: 25 lb lb 13 oz (2.2 kg) 39 lb 10 oz (8 kg) (fully loaded) 44 lb 1 oz (20 kg) (fully loaded) 2 lb 10 oz (1.2 kg) (with module) 3 lb 4 oz (1.5 kg) (with module) Video inputs/outputs MVS-8000/8000SF Primary inputs Assignable outputs Monitor outputs Integrated DME I/O DVS-9000/9000SF Primary inputs Assignable outputs MVS-8000: Max. 80/MVS-8000SF: Max. 34, BNC-type x 1 each SMPTE292M (HDTV), SMPTE259M-C (SDTV) MVS-8000: Max. 48/MVS-8000SF: Max. 16, BNC-type x 2 each SMPTE292M (HDTV), SMPTE259M-C (SDTV) MVS-8000: Max. 8, BNC type x 2 each SMPTE292M (HDTV), SMPTE259M-C (SDTV) 68-pin x 4, LVDS DVS-9000: Max. 80/DVS-9000SF: Max. 34, BNC-type x 1 each SMPTE259M-C (SDTV) DVS-9000: Max. 48/DVS-9000SF: Max. 24, OUT 1 to 4, 13 to 16, 25 to 28, 37 to 40: BNC-type connectors x 2 each OUT 5 to 12, 17 to 24, 29 to 36, 41 to 48: BNC-type connector x 1 each SMPTE259M-C (SDTV) DVS-9000: Max. 8, BNC-type x 2 each SMPTE259M-C (SDTV) BNC-type x 4 SMPTE259M-C (SDTV) BNC-type x 4 SMPTE259M-C (SDTV)
*TALLY/GPI and REMOTE ports are alternatively installed. Mixed configuration of TALLY/GPI and REMOTE ports are supported.
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MULTI FORMAT SWITCHER SYSTEM
SWITCHER PROCESSOR PACK
DME PROCESSOR PACK
DEVICE CONTROL UNIT PACK
CENTER CONTROL PANEL PACK
SYSTEM SETUP MANUAL 1st Edition
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MVS-8000 System SYSTEM SETUP
Table of Contents
1. System Overview
1-1. 1-2. 1-3. Introduction.... 1-1 Features... 1-1 System Description... 1-2 1-3-1. MVS-8000.... 1-3 1-3-2. MVE-8000.... 1-9 1-3-3. CCP-8000... 1-13 1-3-4. DCU-8000... 1-21 MVS-8000 System Example... 1-24 Functional Overview... 1-25 1-5-1. Video Signal Flow... 1-25
2-1. 2-2. 2-3. 2-4. Installation Tasks... 2-1 MVS-8000 Installation... 2-2 2-2-1. Rack Mounting... 2-2 MVE-8000 Installation... 2-4 2-3-1. Rack Mounting... 2-4 CCP-8000 Installation... 2-6 2-4-1. Installation Space... 2-6 2-4-2. Installing the Main Panel... 2-8 2-4-3. Installing the AUX Panel... 2-9 2-4-4. Installing the Menu Panel... 2-9 2-4-5. Rack Mounting... 2-10 DCU-8000 Installation... 2-13 2-5-1. Rack Mounting... 2-13 MVS-8000 System Video Cabling.. 2-15 MVS-8000 System Control Cabling.. 2-16 2-7-1. Cabling... 2-16 2-7-2. LAN Requirements... 2-18 CCP-8000 Panel Cabling... 2-19 2-8-1. Connecting the MKS-8075/MKS-8076.. 2-22
2-5. 2-6. 2-7.
3-1. 3-2. 3-3. Introduction.... 3-1 Basic Configuration Steps... 3-1 IP Address.... 3-2 3-3-1. Default IP Address... 3-3 3-3-2. Changing IP Address... 3-4 Ethernet Switch Settings.... 3-5 Software Installation... 3-9 Engineering Setups... 3-9 Tally Setup... 3-10 3-7-1. Setting Router... 3-12 3-7-2. Setting Group Tally... 3-24 3-7-3. Setting Wiring... 3-26 3-7-4. Setting Tally Enable... 3-29 3-7-5. Setting Tally Copy.. 3-32 3-7-6. Setting Parallel Tally... 3-35 3-7-7. Setting Serial Tally.. 3-37 Pin Output.... 3-41 3-8-1. MVS-8000... 3-41 3-8-2. MVE-8000... 3-43 3-8-3. CCP-8000... 3-44 3-8-4. DCU-8000... 3-46
3-4. 3-5. 3-6. 3-7.
4-1. 4-2. 4-3. 4-4. MVS-8000.... 4-1 MVE-8000.... 4-9 DCU-8000.... 4-11 CCP-8000... 4-13
Section 1 System Overview
The MVS-8000 system has integrated a wide variety of new features including SDTV and HDTV television signal capability, advanced networking and layout-free control panels. The MVS-8000 system includes SD/HD simulcast, multiple frame rates and resolutions, multi-channel casting and even broadcast equipment sharing, to name just a few. The MVS-8000 system is completely ready for smooth integration into current systems, offering the added quality, reliability and features, needed for the live/post production environment. The MVS series can be flexibly expanded as a users needs grow simply installing the appropriate options to the basic system.
Item M/E configuration Expandable number 2 M/E 3 M/E 4 M/E SD: up to 80 inputs HD: up to 68 inputs 56 assignable outputs (including 8 monitor outputs) 1 to 8 CH (4 CH in one chassis) Expansion basis Per M/E
Inputs Outputs DME Channel
Per 17 inputs Per 8 outputs Per 1 CH
MKS-8800 (Mutlti Format DME Processor) is a 5 rack unit chassis which can be mounted in the standard 483 mm (19 inch) rack. External dimensions of MKS-8800
115.5 144.5 35
n The MVE-8000 has a built-in cooling system consisting of four fans in total mounted on the rear and right side of the frame, and an air filter on the rear of the front panel. Cooling air is drawn in at the front side of the frame, through the filter, boards, and modules, and then expelled out the rear and right side of the frame at the fan unit. If dust is accumulated at the intake of the fan or the cables doesn't keep off over 10 cm from the fans, air is prevented from flowing smoothly that result in rise of temperature inside the machine. It may result in adverse effects on performance and life of the machine.
MVE-8000 DME Processor Pack
The MVE-8000 has the slots for plug-in boards in its front and rear. It contains of 6 slots in total for standard/option boards. n The MVE-8000 is shown below with the front panel removed. The front panel must remain in place and closed during normal system operation to keep maximum cooling efficiency.
Slots on the front side 5 6
Power, control, and video connections are at the rear of MVE-8000. The illustration below shows a full loaded rear board. Some of the modules shown below are optional and may not be included in your system configuration.
SWITCHER A and B connectors
REF INPUT connectors
terminal GPI connector EDITOR connector CTRL connector DATA connector
AC IN connector
MVE-8000 options The following lists the plug-in boards that may be purchased as options. MVE-8000 option configuration Front side
Option name MKS-8810M (MKS-8830M) Board name DVP-21 (VSE-39: daughter board) Slot No. 1 to 2, 4 to 5 Descriptions Basic Effect Board CH1: Slot 1 CH2: Slot 2 CH3: Slot 4 CH4: Slot 5 Input/Output Board
Option name MKS-8820M Board name CN-2153 Slot No. _ Descriptions Input/Output Board Insert a real board into the slot that corresponds to the slot in the front.
Power supply unit The MVE-8000 Power Supply Unit is supplied with MVE-8000 processor. One power supply unit is required to run the system. The power cord is not supplied with the MVE-8000. It is necessary that the power cord should be applicable to places in the area. Power cord
The modular design of MVS-8000 system control panel provides flexibility for locating the desired module in their preferred area of each M/E base plate. M/E base plates are offered in the three types of 16, 24 and 32 button style, while M/E bank are available in 2 M/E, 3 M/E, and 4M/E configuration. It also have some module of DME control, Key Frame Control, Memory Card/USB, Flexi Pad and etc. The CCP-8000 consists of System Control Unit (MKS-8010), Menu Panel (MKS-8011), and Main Panel. System Control unit (MKS-8010) is a 3 rack unit chassis, which can be mounted in the standard 483 mm (19 inch) rack. CCP-8000
3. Hold the main panel with the two persons or more and the remaining person installs the main panel into the control console while holding the main panel. 4. Fix the main panel to the control console with the screws. (The illustration below shows the 4-line configuration.)
B4 x 6 B4 x 6
5. Install all of the right and left module covers, and the caps (L) and (R) by reversing the steps 1 and 2 of removal.
Cap (L) B3 x 6 B3 x 6 Cap (R)
2-4-3. Installing the AUX Panel
n When installing the AUX panel into the control console, be sure to install it with two persons or more. Install the AUX panel by following the procedure described below. Tools required. Screws (RK5 x 16) : 4 pcs. Ornamental washer for rack mount : 4 pcs (Sony part No. : 2-297-913-01) 1. Hold the AUX panel with the two persons or more and install the main panel into the control console. 2. Fix the AUX panel to the control console with the screws.
RK5 x 16 Washer AUX panel
2-4-4. Installing the Menu Panel
Tools required. Screws (B4 x 6) : 4 pcs. Screws (B3 x 5) : 4 pcs. EL table assemblies : 2 pcs (Sony Part No. : X-3167-779-1) 1. Open the screw holes (M4) as shown in the illustration into the positions to which the menu panel is going to be installed. 2. Install the EL table assemblies to the screw holes that are opened in step 1 using the four screws.
EL table assemblies
Washer RK5 x 16
378 mm 68.5 mm
3. Install the menu panel using the four screws (B3 x 5).
B3 x 5
2-4-5. Rack Mounting
Rack Mounting the System Control Unit MKS8010 The MKS-8010 is mounted in the 19-inch standard rack. To mount the MKS-8010 in the rack, use the specified rack mount kit and follow the procedure described below. Specified rack mount kit : RMM-10 n If a rack mount kit other than the specified one is used, the unit may not be mounted in the 19-inch standard rack. Parts of the RMM-10. Rack tools. Right rack mount adaptor. Left rack mount adaptor. Rack tool attaching screws (B4 x 6 : 7-682-560-09). Rack tool attaching screws (B4 x 10 : 7-682-560-10)
B4 x 10 Unit : mm
6. Remove the front panel. (Refer to Section 2-1.)
Rack Mounting the MKS-8075 (Extension Adaptor)/MKS-8076 (Memory Card/USB Adaptor) The MKS-8075 and MKS-8076 can be mounted in the 19inch standard rack. To mount them in the rack, use the recommended rack mount parts and follow the procedure described below. n In order to rack mount the MKS-8075 and MKS-8076, the following conditions must be met. The two or more adaptors must be configured to the two rows as shown in the illustration by connecting them horizontally together. Number of adaptors connected must be either 2 or 4 or 6 or 8. The connection method C (flat) must be used. For the connection method, refer to 2-8-1. Connecting the MKS-8075/MKS-8076. Tools required. Screws (RK5 x 16) for rack mounting. Ornamental washer for rack mount (Sony part No.: 2-297-913-01) When 2 adaptors are connected : Each 4 pcs When 4 adaptors are connected : Each 8 pcs When 6 adaptors are connected : Each 12 pcs When 8 adaptors are connected : Each 16 pcs 1. Precautions for rack mounting w. To prevent the rack from falling or moving, fix the rack on a flat and steady floor using bolt or others. If the rack falls due to the weight of the equipment, it may cause death or injury. Be sure to use the side panels of the adaptor itself for rack mount. If not, injury may result and the equipment may fall due to insufficient strength. After rack mounting, be sure to tighten the screws on the side panels and fix the unit in the rack. c When mounting the unit in the rack, note the following:. Be sure to mount in the rack with two persons or more. Mount in the rack in a stable position.
2. Rack mounting procedure (1) Install the adaptor to the rack using rack mounting screws (RK5 x 16) and washers as shown in the illustration. (The illustration below shows the configuration when 8 adaptors are connected.)
RK5 x 16 Washer
2-5. DCU-8000 Installation
2-5-1. Rack Mounting
The DCU-8000 can be mounted in the 19-inch standard rack. To mount the DCU-8000 in the rack, use the specified rack mount kit and follow the procedure described below. Specified rack mount kit : RMM-10 n If a rack mount kit other than the specified one is used, the unit may not be mounted in the 19-inch standard rack. Parts of the RMM-10. Rack tools. Right rack mount adaptor. Left rack mount adaptor. Rack tool attaching screws (B4 x 6 : 7-682-560-09). Rack tool attaching screws (B4 x 10 : 7-682-560-10)
Rack tools B4 x 6
B4 x 6 Rack tools
n Maximum depth of adaptor : 750 mm Minimum depth of adaptor : 595 mm 2-13
Unit : mm B5 x 12
6. Remove the front panel. (Refer to Section 1-4-1)
2-6. MVS-8000 system video Cabling
2-6. MVS-8000 System Video Cabling
The MVS-8000 system connections is shown in the illustration. Different video and control wiring configurations may be created to meet individual facility requirements. Each input can be assigned to any CCP panel source select button, and any MVS system video signal can be assigned to any pair of output connectors. MVS-8000 system video cabling
Supplied and required cables
Cable DME V/K Interface Description MDR 68-pin Female Quantity 2 Part No. Supplied with MVE-8000
AC100 to 240 V Power Supply (*2) Switcher Processor Pack MVS-8400/8300/8200 75-pin Cable AC100 to 240 V Power Supply (*2)
2-7. MVS-8000 System Control Cabling
The MVS system uses Ethernet, serial, parallel, USB and S-BUS control. Tally and GPI control are also available from DCU-8000 and CCP-8000 (System Control Unit). MVS-8000 system control cabling
Crossover cable BNC cable
(*1) : Connect each LAN (CTRL, DATA) to the separate Ethernet switches respectively. However, a single Ethernet switch can be used for connecting each LAN. For information about Ethernet switches that can be used in an MVS system, refer to 2-7-2. LAN Requirements and 3-4. Ethernet Switch Settings. For detailed information about setting up the Ethernet switch, refer to the documentation -supplied with the switch. (*2) : Terminate the system with the 75 Z terminator supplied. The 75 Z terminator is supplied with the equipment.
Cable LAN cable Description RJ-45 Conforms to the IEEE802.3 Ethernet 100 BASE-TX Quantity * Part No. _
* : Quantity depends on the configuration.
Control cable length One Ethernet cable is available up to 100m from an Ethernet switch.
Ethernet Switch 100 m 100 m 100 m 100 m
MKS-8010 MVE-8000 MVS-8000
Control LAN is 100 BASE-TX Ethernet Data LAN is 100 BASE-TX Ethernet Peripheral LAN is 100 BASE-TX Ethernet. A direct DCU-8000-to-MKS-8010 connection requires a cross cable. A direct Peripheral LAN connection does not require an Ethernet switch.
2-7-2. LAN Requirements
The MVS-8000 system requires an Ethernet Local Area Network (LAN) for System Control LAN and Data LAN. Switcher Processor (MVS-8000), DME Processor (MKS-8800), and System Control Unit (MKS-8010) are all connected via an Ethernet switch of appropriate specification. Data LAN requires separate Ethernet switch from the one for Control LAN to avoid delay of the processing. m. Ethernet Hubs are not acceptable for the MVS-8000 system Ethernet connection. Use of hub instead of a switch may cause sluggish responses to panel button. Connect each LAN (Control/Data) nodes to the different switch to avoid sluggish. Ethernet switches are not supplied with MVS-8000 system. Ethernet specification Refer to Table below for a list of required Ethernet Specifications for MVS-8000 system. Ethernet specification
Device MVS-8000 IP Address 10.1.2.1 (C) 10.129.2.1 (D) Host name SWR001C001 SWR001D001 Dipswitch setting
10.1.3.1 (C) 10.129.3.1 (D)
10.1.1.1 (C) 10.65.1.1 (P) 10.129.1.1(D) 10.65.5.1 (P)
PNL001C001 PNL001P001 PNL001D001 DCU001P001
C : Control LAN D : Data LAN P : Peripheral LAN
n If more than one MVS-8000 system resides on the same network, the Unit ID for each additional MVS8000 system device must be changed before it is connected the network. The communication via control LAN and peripheral LAN cannot be established among devices of different Group IDs. All devices must have the same setting normally.
3-3-2. Changing IP Address
The default IP address of the MVS-8000 system can be changed using dipswitch setting on CPU boards.
Device MVS-8000 MVE-8000 CCP-8000 DCU-8000 Board CA-44 CA-44CF CA-45 CA-47 Group ID S102 (8bit) S102 (8bit) S902 (8bit) S754 (8bit) Unit ID S103 (8bit) S103 (8bit) S901 (8bit) S755 (8bit)
Dipswitch on CPU board
Group ID OPEN CLOSE
Unit ID OPEN CLOSE
1. Set the DIP switch on each device as you required. See the bit of each switch (Group ID/Unit ID) in table. Bit settings
Bit Group ID Unit ID 7 Control 64
8 Data* 128
* : These bits are factory use only. Use the bits with the default setting (CLOSE) as shipped from the factory.
The Group ID and Unit ID switch setting determines all of the LAN IP addresses (Control/Data/Peripheral LAN). The Peripheral LAN IP address is made by adding 64 to the Group ID. The Data LAN IP address is made by adding 128 to the Group ID. Switcher processor IP address
IP Address 10.2.2.1 (C) 10.130.2.1 (D) Group ID
10.5.2.2 (C) 10.133.2.2 (D)
10.10.2.10 (C) 10.138.2.10 (D)
C : Control LAN D : Data LAN
3-4. Ethernet Switch Settings
The following Ethernet switches are tested to MVS-8000 system. Recommended models
Vendor Cisco Cisco Cisco Cisco Model name Catalyst 29xx-XL Catalyst 35xx-XL Catalyst 4000 series Catalyst 5000 series
* : Please confirm the details of a recommendation model 1 to a Cisco agency.
The Ethernet switch for MVS-8000 system requires the following settings Follow the flowchart below to setup Ethernet switch. 1. Initialize Ethernet switch (Required minimum settings) 2. Set VLAN (Depending on the customers system situation) Procedure of setup ethernet switch
Initial setting IP Address setting etc
IP Address setting
More than one LAN are connected to one Ethernet switch Yes
Disable Spanning Tree
VLAN setting Assign Sc0 to VLAN
A) Initialize ethernet switch Cisco Catalyst 29xx-XL series or Cisco Catalyst 35xx-XL series require the following parameters to initialize. For details, refer to Quick Start Guide supplied with a Ethernet switch n If the following network configuration does not fit your existing Ethernet configuration, make sure all nodes have unique node address and are place on the appropriate network.
IP address Subnet mask Default gateway Host name Secret password Telnet password Cluster command switch 10.4.17.254*1 255.0.0.0 Not used CiscoSW1*2 ciscosw1 (host name in small letters)*2 ciscosw1 (same as secret password)*2 Not used
*1 : On Second and later Ethernet switch, simply subtract 1 to the node address. For example, the second Ethernet switch would have an address of 10.4.17.253. *2 : On Second and later Ethernet switch, simply add 1 to the number of the host name. For example, the second Ethernet switch would have a host name of CiscoSW2.
In case of Cisco Catalyst 4000 series or Cisco Catalyst 5000 series Cisco Catalyst 4000 series or Cisco Catalyst 5000 series requires initializing and setting VLAN together. Step the next procedure B) Set VLAN.
B) Set VLAN In Case of Cisco Catalyst 2900-XL Series or Cisco Catalyst 3500-XL Series VLAN is set on network through a standard browser such as Microsoft Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator/Communicator. For details, refer to Quick Start Guide supplied with an Ethernet switch. Step 1 : Disable Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) To disable CDP requires Cisco Command Line Interface (CLI). There are two ways to use CLI. Connect PC to a node of Ethernet switch with Ethernet cable. Access Ethernet switch through telnet. Connect the COM port of PC to the console port of Ethernet switch in the same manner as initial setting. Access Ethernet switch. 1) Log in to Cisco Ethernet switch. 2) The prompt CiscoSW1> is displayed. 3) Enter the enable <cr>. 4) The prompt CiscoSW1 # is displayed. 5) Enter the configure terminal and [Enter]. 6) The prompt CiscoSW1 (config) # is displayed. 7) Enter no cdp run and [Enter] 8) Enter end and [Enter]. 9) The prompt CiscoSW1 # is displayed. 10) Enter show running-config prompt and [Enter]. 11) Check to see no cdp run on monitor. 12) Enter write memory and [Enter]. 13) Saved the setting on Cisco Ethernet switch. 14) Enter disable and [Enter]. 15) The prompt CiscoSW1> is displayed. 16) Enter exit <cr> to exit telnet. Step 2 : Set VLAN n If separated Ethernet switches are used for each of Control LAN, Data LAN and Peripheral LAN, it does not require. It requires to separate from each network, Control LAN, Data LAN, and Peripheral LAN to set VALN. Use port 1 through 10 for Control LAN, port 11 through 20 for Data LAN, after 21 port for Peripheral LAN. For details, refer to Software Configuration Guide. Assign port 1 through 10 to VLAN1, port 11 through 20 for VLAN2, port 21 through 24 for VLAN3. Step 3 : Disable Spanning-Tree on VLANs Connect PC to a node of Ethernet switch with Ethernet cable. Browser requires to setup as Quick Start Guide 1) Access the Ethernet switch via PC 2) Open Cluster Management Suite of the switch. 3) Disable Spanning-tree protocol as Software Configuration Guide. n Save new configuration data. If new configuration is not saved, the setting is back when re-booting.
3-5. Software Installation
The current software version is displayed by pressing the following buttons in order. ENG SETUPSystemInstall to show the Install menu. Select the desired software to install on the Install menu and press the Install button. Then installation starts. The status area displays the device ID of each device, and the version, and released date.
3-6. Engineering Setups
The engineering setups are required to configure the system connected to switcher, DME, control panel, DCU and external devices. The ENG SETUP of menu panel GUI provides you the following items can be set. Recognizing devices on the LAN. Switching the signal format. Switching the screen aspect ratio. Selecting the state after powering on. Time setting. Signal assignment to cross-point buttons. Output signal assignment For detail setup of ENG SETUP, refer to Users Guide Volume 1 Chapter 1 Setup and Users Guide Volume 2 Chapter 17 Engineering Setup.
3-7. Tally Setup
This section describes how to set the tally (system tally (S-Bus), parallel tally and serial tally). n If tally is not used in the systems such as the MVS-8000 standalone configuration, this setting is not required. Definition of system Major system configurations are classified into the three systems of System 1, System 2 and System 3. This classification is used only for the convenience of description in this manual as described below.
System System 1 Description The MVS standalone system In the case when independent MVS-8000 system is going to use tally
System 2*1 The MVS-8000 + MKS-808x (Aux Remote Panel) system (having no tally)*2 The system that is configured by the combination the MVS-8000 system with the AUX Remote Panel System 3 The MVS-8000 + router system The system that is configured by the combination of MVS-8000 system with the Sony routing switcher
*1 : The equipment before Ver. 1.20 requires primary station. (Sony S-BUS Routing Switcher or BKPF-R70A is required.) In the case if the equipment of Ver. 1.30 and higher is not connected to router, set the primary station function of the MVS-8000 to the ON position. *2 : In the system using the AUX Remote Panel, the specified items must be set even when tally setup is not going to be made.
Confirm in which system your equipment corresponds by referring to the following flow chart.
S-Bus is connected.
AUX Bus Remote Panel (MKS-808X)
Router is connected.
Yes System 3
Confirming the setting items The following items marked with the white round circle are required to be set in the respective systems. O = Setting is required.
System 1 Switcher Output Assignment Router Group Tally Wiring Tally Enable Tally Copy Parallel Tally O O O (default) _ O O O System 2 O O _ _ _ _ _ System 3 O O O O O O O
System 1 Setting primary station Setting MKS-808x _ _
System 2 O O
Setup example : For the system 3 System : MVS-8000 x 1 unit, router x 1 unit (8 x 4) The MVS-8000 is assigned to (virtual source No. 19 to No. 146 and virtual destination No. 12 to No. 139) on the virtual matrix space. Select Compact (128 x 128) of the Matrix Size. n For setting a router, refer also to the System Setup Manual of the router. Page 7332
Device SWR1 SWR2 Matrix Size 128 x 128 Source 19 Destination 12 Level 1
Relation between physical and virtual numbers when assigning on virtual matrix space.
Input Physical terminals Router SWR2 | 128 Virtual terminals | 146 SWR1 Router Output Physical terminals 1 | 128 Virtual terminals 12 | 139
4 Router 6 ~
128 MVS (SWR1)
Assignment to virtual matrix space
MVS-8000 matrix assignment (Standard mode)
No. Source Primary 1 Primary 2 Primary 3 Primary 4 Primary 5 Primary 6 Primary 7 Primary 8 Primary 9 Primary 10 Primary 11 Primary 12 Primary 13 Primary 14 Primary 15 Primary 16 Primary 17 Primary 18 Primary 19 Primary 20 Primary 21 Primary 22 Primary 23 Primary 24 Primary 25 Primary 26 Primary 27 Primary 28 Primary 29 Primary 30 Primary 31 Primary 32 Primary 33 Primary 34 Primary 35 Primary 36 Primary 37 Primary 38 Primary 39 Primary 40 No. Source Primary 41 Primary 42 Primary 43 Primary 44 Primary 45 Primary 46 Primary 47 Primary 48 Primary 49 Primary 50 Primary 51 Primary 52 Primary 53 Primary 54 Primary 55 Primary 56 Primary 57 Primary 58 Primary 59 Primary 60 Primary 61 Primary 62 Primary 63 Primary 64 Primary 65 Primary 66 Primary 67 Primary 68 Primary 69 Primary 70 Primary 71 Primary 72 Primary 73 Primary 74 Primary 75 Primary 76 Primary 77 Primary 78 Primary 79 Primary 80
Source Black White Color Bkgd 1 Color Bkgd 2 Frame Memory 1 Frame Memory 2 Frame Memory 3 Frame Memory 4 Frame Memory 5 Frame Memory 6 Frame Memory 7 Frame Memory 8 Color Correction 1 Color Correction 2 DME Monitor Video DME Monitor Key M/E-1 Out 1 M/E-1 Out 2 M/E-1 Out 3 M/E-1 Out 4 M/E-1 Out 5 M/E-1 Out 6 M/E-1 Proc Video M/E-1 Proc Key M/E-2 Out 1 M/E-2 Out 2 M/E-2 Out 3 M/E-2 Out 4 M/E-2 Out 5 M/E-2 Out 6 M/E-2 Proc Video M/E-2 Proc Key M/E-3 Out 1 M/E-3 Out 2 M/E-3 Out 3 M/E-3 Out 4 M/E-3 Out 5 M/E-3 Out 6 M/E-3 Proc Video M/E-3 Proc Key P/P Out 1 P/P Out 2 P/P Out 3
Source P/P Out 4 P/P Out 5 P/P Out 6 P/P Proc Video P/P Proc Key DME1 DME2 DME3 DME4 DME5 DME6 DME7 DME8
No. Destination Out 1 Out 2 Out 3 Out 4 Out 5 Out 6 Out 7 Out 8 Out 9 Out 10 Out 11 Out 12 Out 13 Out 14 Out 15 Out 16 Out 17 Out 18 Out 19 Out 20 Out 21 Out 22 Out 23 Out 24 Out 25 Out 26 Out 27 Out 28 Out 29 Out 30 Out 31 Out 32 Out 33 Out 34 Out 35 Out 36 Out 37 Out 38 Out 39 Out 40 Out 41 Out 42 Bus* Assignable Output** Assignable Output** Assignable Output
No. 83 84
Destination Out 43 Out 44 Out 45 Out 46 Out 47 Out 48 Monitor Out 1 Monitor Out 2 Monitor Out 3 Monitor Out 4 Monitor Out 5 Monitor Out 6 Monitor Out 7 Monitor Out 8
Bus* Assignable Output** Assignable Output** Assignable Output** Assignable Output** Assignable Output** Assignable Output** Monitor 1 Monitor 2 Monitor 3 Monitor 4 Monitor 5 Monitor 6 Monitor 7 Monitor 8 M/E-1 Bkgd A M/E-1 Bkgd B M/E-1 Utility 1 M/E-1 Utility 2 M/E-1 Key 1 Fill M/E-1 Key 1 Source M/E-1 Key 2 Fill M/E-1 Key 2 Source M/E-1 Key 3 Fill M/E-1 Key 3 Source M/E-1 Key 4 Fill M/E-1 Key 4 Source M/E-1 Dme Video M/E-1 Dme Key M/E-1 Ext Dme M/E-2 Bkgd A M/E-2 Bkgd B M/E-2 Utility 1 M/E-2 Utility 2 M/E-2 Key 1 Fill M/E-2 Key 1 Source M/E-2 Key 2 Fill M/E-2 Key 2 Source M/E-2 Key 3 Fill M/E-2 Key 3 Source M/E-2 Key 4 Fill M/E-2 Key 4 Source M/E-2 Dme Video
Assignable Output** Assignable Output** Assignable Output** Assignable Output** Assignable Output Assignable Output
** ** **
Assignable Output** Assignable Output Assignable Output Assignable Output
Assignable Output** Assignable Output** Assignable Output Assignable Output Assignable Output
Assignable Output** Assignable Output Assignable Output Assignable Output Assignable Output
** ** ** **
Assignable Output** Assignable Output** Assignable Output Assignable Output
Bus* M/E-2 Dme Key M/E-2 Ext Dme M/E-3 Bkgd A M/E-3 Bkgd B M/E-3 Utility 1 M/E-3 Utility 2 M/E-3 Key 1 Fill M/E-3 Key 1 Source M/E-3 Key 2 Fill M/E-3 Key 2 Source M/E-3 Key 3 Fill M/E-3 Key 3 Source M/E-3 Key 4 Fill M/E-3 Key 4 Source M/E-3 Dme Video M/E-3 Dme Key M/E-3 Ext Dme P/P Bkgd A (DSK Bkgd 1) P/P Bkgd B (DSK Bkgd 2) P/P Utility 1 P/P Utility 2 (DSK Bkgd 3) P/P Key 1 Fill P/P Key 1 Source P/P Key 2 Fill P/P Key 2 Source P/P Key 3 Fill P/P Key 3 Source P/P Key 4 Fill P/P Key 4 Source P/P Dme Video (DSK Bkgd 4) P/P Dme Key P/P Ext Dme DME Utility 1 DME Utility 2 Frame Memory Source 1 Frame Memory Source 2 Reserved Reserved DME 1 Video DME 1 Key DME 2 Video DME 2 Key DME 3 Video
Bus* DME 3 Key DME 4 Video DME 4 Key DME 5 Video DME 5 Key DME 6 Video DME 6 Key DME 7 Video DME 7 Key DME 8 Video DME 8 Key
* : To switch the XPT from the S-Bus remote control, select the corresponding bus number. ** : This is the output (bus) that is set by the Output Assign of the switcher setup. Among the buses of AUX 1 to 48, Edit PVW and DME Monitor, only the buses that are set by the Output Assign, are controlled.
MVS-8000 matrix assignment (Compact mode)
Source Black White Color Bkgd 1 Color Bkgd 2 Frame Memory 1 Frame Memory 2 Frame Memory 3 Frame Memory 4 Frame Memory 5 Frame Memory 6 Frame Memory 7 Frame Memory 8 Color Correction 1 Color Correction 2 DME Monitor Video DME Monitor Key M/E-1 Out 1 M/E-1 Out 2 M/E-1 Out 3 M/E-1 Out 4 M/E-1 Out 5 M/E-1 Out 6 M/E-2 Out 1 M/E-2 Out 2 M/E-2 Out 3 M/E-2 Out 4 M/E-2 Out 5 M/E-2 Out 6 M/E-3 Out 1 M/E-3 Out 2 M/E-3 Out 3 M/E-3 Out 4 M/E-3 Out 5 M/E-3 Out 6 P/P Out 1 P/P Out 2 P/P Out 3 P/P Out 4 P/P Out 5 P/P Out 6 DME1 DME2 DME3
Source DME4 DME5 DME6 DME7 DME8
No. Destination Out 1 Out 2 Out 3 Out 4 Out 5 Out 6 Out 7 Out 8 Out 9 Out 10 Out 11 Out 12 Out 13 Out 14 Out 15 Out 16 Out 17 Out 18 Out 19 Out 20 Out 21 Out 22 Out 23 Out 24 Out 25 Out 26 Out 27 Out 28 Out 29 Out 30 Out 31 Out 32 Out 33 Out 34 Out 35 Out 36 Out 37 Out 38 Out 39 Out 40 Out 41 Out 42 Bus* Assignable Output** Assignable Output** Assignable Output** Assignable Output** Assignable Output** Assignable Output** Assignable Output** Assignable Output Assignable Output
Destination Out 43 Out 44 Out 45 Out 46 Out 47 Out 48
Bus* Assignable Output** Assignable Output** Assignable Output** Assignable Output** Assignable Output** Assignable Output** Monitor Out 1 Monitor 1 Monitor Out 2 Monitor 2 Monitor Out 3 Monitor 3 Monitor Out 4 Monitor 4 Monitor Out 5 Monitor 5 Monitor Out 6 Monitor 6 Monitor Out 7 Monitor 7 Monitor Out 8 Monitor 8 M/E-1 Bkgd A M/E-1 Bkgd B M/E-1 Utility 1 M/E-1 Utility 2 M/E-1 Key 1 Fill M/E-1 Key 1 Source M/E-1 Key 2 Fill M/E-1 Key 2 Source M/E-1 Key 3 Fill M/E-1 Key 3 Source M/E-1 Key 4 Fill M/E-1 Key 4 Source M/E-2 Bkgd A M/E-2 Bkgd B M/E-2 Utility 1 M/E-2 Utility 2 M/E-2 Key 1 Fill M/E-2 Key 1 Source M/E-2 Key 2 Fill M/E-2 Key 2 Source M/E-2 Key 3 Fill M/E-2 Key 3 Source M/E-2 Key 4 Fill M/E-2 Key 4 Source M/E-3 Bkgd A M/E-3 Bkgd B M/E-3 Utility 1 M/E-3 Utility 2
Assignable Output** Assignable Output** Assignable Output** Assignable Output Assignable Output
Bus* M/E-3 Key 1 Fill M/E-3 Key 1 Source M/E-3 Key 2 Fill M/E-3 Key 2 Source M/E-3 Key 3 Fill M/E-3 Key 3 Source M/E-3 Key 4 Fill M/E-3 Key 4 Source P/P Bkgd A (DSK Bkgd 1) P/P Bkgd B (DSK Bkgd 2) P/P Utility 1 P/P Utility 2 (DSK Bkgd 3) P/P Key 1 Fill P/P Key 1 Source P/P Key 2 Fill P/P Key 2 Source P/P Key 3 Fill P/P Key 3 Source P/P Key 4 Fill P/P Key 4 Source P/P Dme Video (DSK Bkgd 4) DME Utility 1 DME Utility 2 Frame Memory Source 1 Frame Memory Source 2 Reserved Reserved DME 1 Video DME 1 Key DME 2 Video DME 2 Key DME 3 Video DME 3 Key DME 4 Video DME 4 Key DME 5 Video DME 5 Key DME 6 Video DME 6 Key DME 7 Video DME 7 Key DME 8 Video DME 8 Key
Bit No. 113
Source Primary 71 Primary 72 Primary 73 Primary 74 Primary 75 Primary 76 Primary 77 Primary 78 Primary 79 Primary 80 Black White Color Bkgd 1 Color Bkgd 2 Frame Memory 1 Frame Memory 2 Frame Memory 3 Frame Memory 4 Frame Memory 5 Frame Memory 6 Frame Memory 7 Frame Memory 8 Color Correction 1 Color Correction 2 DME Monitor Video DME Monitor Key M/E-1 Out 1 M/E-1 Out 2 M/E-1 Out 3 M/E-1 Out 4 M/E-1 Out 5 M/E-1 Out 6 M/E-2 Out 1 M/E-2 Out 2 M/E-2 Out 3 M/E-2 Out 4 M/E-2 Out 5 M/E-2 Out 6 M/E-3 Out 1 M/E-3 Out 2 M/E-3 Out 3 M/E-3 Out 4 M/E-3 Out 5
Bit No. 128
Source M/E-3 Out 6 P/P Out 1 P/P Out 2 P/P Out 3 P/P Out 4 P/P Out 5 P/P Out 6 DME1 DME2 DME3 DME4 DME5 DME6 DME7 DME8
APPENDIX **************** MVS SERIAL TALLY **************** EFF:EFFECT ADDRESS 24h:SERIAL TALLY <<PGM TALLY>> WRITE: BC, EFF, byte2, FF, byte4, byte5, byte6,. byte2 TALLY TYPE 91h: GP1 RED 92h: GP1 GREEN 93h: GP2 RED 94h: GP2 GREEN 95h: GP3 RED 96h: GP3 GREEN 97h: GP4 RED 98h: GP4 GREEN
* You can set TALLY TYPE in the setup menu. byte4 COMPRESS STATUS BYTE (UPPER) byte5 COMPRESS STATUS BYTE (LOWER) DATA bit ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------STATUS(U) bit ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------STATUS(L) bit 2 1
1-128 means each source number. Its assignable, but the default is the same as MVS source number specified in COMPACT MODE. If its tallied, the bit is 1. If its not tallied, its 0. Status bit shows if the data is all 0 or not. If its all 0, the status bit is 0. If its not all 0, its 1. This is to minimize the data length. For example: If only sources #100 and #72 are tallied: STATUS(U) bit 7: 0 6: 0 5: 0 4: 1 3: 0 2: 0 1: 0 0: 1 Then, the following bytes are only STATUS(U) bit 4 data (97-104) and bit 0 data (65-72) as follows: byte6 MSB 7: 6: 5: 4: 3: 2: 1: LSB 0: MSB 7: 6: 5: 4: 3: 2: 1: LSB 0: 66 65
The serial tally information is sent whenever the status is changed. (There is no READ command.)
3-8. Pin Output
The input/output signals of the connectors at the rear panel are as follows. TERMINAL : RS-232C (D-sub 9-pin, Female) to Terminal
Pin No. 17 18
Signal name GPI OUT 6 GPI OUT 8 GPI OUT COM GND GPI IN 1 GPI IN 3 GPI IN 5 GPI IN 7 GPI OUT 1A GPI OUT 2A GPI OUT 3A GPI OUT 4A GPI OUT 5 GPI OUT 7 GPI OUT COM
Function General-purpose relay output (B) (*4) Ground for open collector output Ground General-purpose input
19 _ EXT VIEW _ Pin No. 9 Signal name DCD RXD TXD DTR GND DSR RTS CTS _ Function Data Carrier detect Received data Transmitted data Data terminal ready (*1) Ground Data set ready (*1) Request to send (*2) Clear to send (*2) _
Reference input and output REF IN BNC type, 75 Z with loop-through output HDTV systems : HD tri-level sync/SDTV analog black burst/SDTV analog sync SDTV systems : Analog black burst/analog sync REF OUT BNC type, 75 Z HD tri-level sync (HDTV systems only) Signal level 300 mV 10 % Analog sync Signal level 300 mV 10 % Phase variation range _90H to +90H AC input AC IN A, B, C, D Accessories supplied 75 Z terminator (1) Bracket (4) Support angle (2) Screw (+B4 x10) (8) Screw (+PSW4 x 10) (8) Operation Manual (1) Installation Manual (1) Accessories not supplied AC power cord (for USA and Canada only) (125 V 10 A 2.4 m (8 ft)) (Part No.: 1-557-377-11) AC power cord (for Europe only) (250 V 10 A 2.4 m (8 ft)) (Part No.: 1-782-929-21) MKS-8110HD 17 Input Board General Power requirements Power consumption Dimensions Mass Input Inputs Signal format Signal level Signal transfer rate Return loss Cable length
3-pin AC connector
12 V DC Max. 10 W 274 x 94 mm (10 7/8 x 3 3/4 inches) (w/d) Approx. 1 kg (2 lb 3 oz)
17 (BNC type) SMPTE292M 0.8 V p-p 10 % 1.5 Gbps 15 dB 100 m (FC-FB cable, BELDEN1694 or equivalent)
Accessories supplied Operation and Installation Guide (1) (supplied only when product is purchased separately)
MKS-8110SD 17 Input Board General Power requirements Power consumption Dimensions Mass Input Inputs Signal format Signal level Signal transfer rate Return loss Cable length
17 (BNC type) SMPTE259M-C 0.8 V p-p 10 % 270 Mbps 15 dB 200 m (FC-FB cable, BELDEN8281 or equivalent)
Accessories supplied Operation and Installation Guide (1) (supplied only when product is purchased separately) MKS-8111SD Additional 12 Input Board General Power requirements Power consumption Dimensions Mass Input Inputs Signal format Signal level Signal transfer rate Return loss Cable length
12 (BNC type) SMPTE259M-C 0.8 V p-p 10 % 270 Mbps 15 dB 200 m (5C-2V cable, BELDEN8281 or equivalent)
MKS-8160HD 8 Output Board General Power requirements Power consumption Dimensions Mass Output Outputs Signal format Signal level Signal transfer rate
12 V DC Max. 110 W OUT board : 317 x 380 mm (12 1/2 x 15 inches) (w/d) CN board : 274 x 94 mm (10 7/8 x 3 3/4 inches) (w/d) Approx. 3 kg (6 lb 9 oz)
8 (BNC type), each with 2 outputs SMPTE292M 0.8 V p-p 10 % 1.5 Gbps
Accessories supplied Operation and Installation Guide (1) (supplied only when product is purchased separately) MKS-8160SD 8 Output Board General Power requirements Power consumption Dimensions Mass Output Outputs Signal format Signal level Signal transfer rate
12 V DC Max. 80 W OUT board : 317 x 380 mm (12 1/2 x15 inches) (w/d) CN board : 274 x 94 mm (10 7/8 x 3 3/4 inches) (w/d) Approx. 3 kg (6 lb 9 oz)
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