Rosen Aviation SlimLine 6500 Series Technical Manual

Technical Manual for Rosen Aviation SlimLine 6500 Series Monitor (17 pages)

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  • Manufacturer: Rosen Aviation
  • Category of Device: Monitor
  • Document: SlimLine 6500 Series, File Type: PDF Technical Manual
  • Updated: 19-01-2024
  • Count of Pages: 17
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  • Page 1:

    6500

    6500

    6.5

    Model Number

    DISPLAY

    DISPLAY

    SlimLine

    Document # 9002751 Rev G

    Compliant to DO-160D

    CORPORATE OFFICE

    1020 Owen Loop South

    Eugene, OR 97402

    1-888-668-4955

    Fax (541) 342-4912

    www.

    rosenaviation

    .com

    www.

    rosenaviation

    .com

  • Page 2:

    6.5” SlimLine LCD Page 1

    Table of Contents

    Introduction and Display Overview ...................3

    Pinouts .................................................................4

    Installation Guidelines ........................................4

    Operation ..............................................................5

    Technician Mode................................................11

    Troubleshooting ................................................13

    Technical Support .............................................14

    Specifi cations ....................................................15

    Disclaimer ..........................................................16

  • Page 3:

    1020 Owen Loop South

    Eugene OR 97402

    541-342-3802

    www.rosenaviation.com

  • Page 4:

    6.5” SlimLine LCD Page 3

    Introduction and Display Overview

    Introduction and Display Overview

    Welcome to the 6500 Technical Manual for the 6.5” LCD

    display. This manual provides information for the following:

    • Pinouts

    • Installation

    • Operation

    • Technician Mode

    • Troubleshooting

    • Specifi cations

    The 6500 base model includes the following features:

    • Two Year Warranty

    • 6.5” Diagonal Screen

    • 400 NIT Brightness

    • 6.91” (W) x 5.90” (H) x 1.18” (D)

    • Brightness, Hue, Saturation, and Contrast

    Adjustments

    • NTSC/PAL/SECAM/RS170 (B&W) Video Standards

    • 640 x 480 Screen Resolution (VGA )

    • On Screen Display (OSD) Functions

    • Status LED

    • 12 or 28 Volt DC Power Operation

    • Front Panel Menu Operation

    The 6500 series monitor offers the following options:

    • Center, Right, Left Mount Arm with Plug-in® Mini-

    Base Receptacle

    • Video Source Select Switch

    • Pogo Pin Plug and Base Assemblies

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    Pinouts and Installation Guidelines

    Installation Guidelines

    To obtain pinout information, download our engineering

    Outline & Installation drawing from:

    www.rosenaviation.com.

    Once you access the home page, click on Support &

    Documentation, and then click on Technical Drawings

    & Pinouts. Search options include searching by model

    number or browsing by category.

    Pinout descriptions are provided to assist in the wiring

    process. Pay close attention to the pinout information while

    completing wiring connections.

    Pinouts

    To obtain product dimensions and/or rotation information,

    download our engineering Outline & Installation drawing

    from www.rosenaviation.com.

    Once you access the home page, click on Support &

    Documentation, and then click on Technical Drawings

    & Pinouts. Search options include searching by model

    number or browsing by category.

    Drawings are provided to assist in the installation process.

    Pay close attention to dimensions and rotations when

    considering installation requirements.

    Warning!

    This Display is for Entertainment

    Purposes Only! Connect to the Non-

    Critical Power Bus.

    Handling Warning!

    Touching the LCD with excessive force

    may leave pressure spots that show in

    video display. Handle with care.

  • Page 6:

    6.5” SlimLine LCD Page 5

    Operation

    Ensure that when plugging the arm into the base receptacle,

    the set screw in the base follows the arm’s keyed slot and

    the connection is not forced.

    Round Style Plug-In:

    Rectangular Style Plug-In:

    Use the buttons on your 6.5” Display to control screen setup

    and choose between video source options.

    Buttons and screen options are defi ned in this section on

    page 6.

    Slot

    Set Screw

    Operation

    Ensure that when plugging the

    arm into the base receptacle,

    the arm’s slot faces toward the

    release button (as shown) and

    the connection is not forced.

    Installing/Removing SlimLine Arm Assemblies

    To install or remove a SlimLine arm assembly, press in the

    arm button all the way.

    To release a SlimLine locking arm feature so that it rotates,

    press in the arm button only half way.

    Arm Button

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    Page 6 Rosen Aviation

    Select Switch/

    Menu Scroll

    Decrease Value

    Sub-Menu Scroll/

    Increase Value

    OSD ON/OFF

    Power ON/OFF

    Status LED

    Select Switch/Menu Scroll: Press this button to

    switch between video source options , or to scroll

    down when viewing On Screen Display (OSD)

    menu options.

    Decrease Value: Press this button during normal

    operation to decrease backlight intensity. When

    using the OSD, press this button to decrease an

    OSD menu’s range value.

    Sub-Menu Scroll/Increase Value: Press this

    button during normal operation to increase

    backlight intensity. When using the OSD, press

    this button to scroll to an OSD sub-menu when

    available, or use it to increase an OSD menu’s

    range value.

    OSD ON/OFF: Press this button to display the

    OSD Main menu. Pressing the button again will

    remove the OSD menu from the screen.

    Status LED: The Status LED shows red when the

    display is in standby mode, green when the display

    is active, and amber when the Select Switch is

    pressed.

    Power ON/OFF: Press this button to turn the

    display ON or OFF.

    6.5” Display Button Functions

    Display buttons are shown and defi ned below.

    Operation

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    6.5” SlimLine LCD Page 7

    OSD Time-Out Use display buttons to adjust the

    range of time that elapses before a

    menu will time-out

    Power Up Use display buttons to select

    Auto-on, Auto-off, or Restore.

    Choose Auto-on to have the display

    turn ON when power is applied.

    Choose Auto-off to have the display

    go into Standby mode when power is

    supplied. Choose Restore to have the

    display return to its last power-ON

    status if power is interrupted

    RGB Auto Detect This Option is not available with this

    Display

    Restore Defaults Select this option to restore factory

    default settings

    Video Formats Scroll to this selection’s sub-menu to

    view video format options (shown on

    the next page)

    Advanced Menu

    Options Description

    Operation

    On Screen Display (OSD) Main Menu

    The On Screen Display (OSD) provides a set of menus that

    enable users to adjust or view screen setup features. Some

    Main menu selections lead to submenus with additional

    setup options. Press the OSD ON/OFF button to view the

    Main menu. Main menu options are described below, and

    then available sub-menus are listed in the tables that follow.

    Main Menu Options Description

    Brightness

    Contrast

    Color

    Tint

    Sharpness

    Backlight Dimming

    Advanced Menu Use display buttons to access the

    Advanced menu’s sub-menu

    Use display buttons to increase or

    decrease these options’ range values

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    Page 8 Rosen Aviation

    Hours This option displays the hour and

    minutes of the display’s life

    SW Rev This option displays the current

    software revision

    Power Cycles This option displays the number of

    times power has been cycled

    Source This option displays the current

    selected video standard (NTSC/

    PAL/ SECAM)

    Select Switch Adjust Relay Active Time to set the

    time delay when pressing the Select

    Switch to change video sources

    Adjust Repeat Delay to set the time

    delay when pressing and holding

    the Select Switch to change video

    sources

    Monitor Info

    Scroll to this selection’s sub-menu

    to view monitor information (see

    below)

    Back

    Select this option to return to the

    Advanced menu

    Operation

    Advanced Menu

    Options Description

    Video Formats

    Sub-Menu Options Description

    Use display buttons to select

    between the two choices of auto

    detection. The Display will

    automatically detect and switch to

    the input video standard*

    Back Select this option to return to the

    Advanced menu

    Monitor Info

    Sub-Menu Options Description

    NTSC/PAL/SECAM

    or

    NTSC/PAL Only

    continued...

    *If the image is black and white when switching from

    SECAM to PAL video standard, press the Select switch

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    6.5” SlimLine LCD Page 9

    Current Temperature This option displays the most recent

    temperature reading within the

    display. Temperature readings

    update approximately every 30

    seconds

    Avg Temp This option displays the average of

    approximately the last eight current

    temperatures

    Max Temp This option displays the highest

    temperature ever recorded within

    the display

    Min Temp This option displays the lowest

    temperature ever recorded within

    the display

    Over Temp This option displays the number of

    over-temperature shut downs that

    have occurred.

    *A safety feature shuts down the

    monitor if it reaches or exceeds 140

    degrees Fahrenheit

    Operation

    Temperature

    Sub-Menu Options Description

    Temperature Menu Scroll to this selection’s sub-menu

    to view monitor temperature

    information (shown below)

    Signal Level This option will show Low, Good, or

    High. If the signal shows Low or

    High, adjust the video level at the

    source

    Back Select this option to return to the

    Advanced menu

    Monitor Info

    Sub-Menu Options

    Continued... Description

    continued...

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    Page 10 Rosen Aviation

    Under Temp This option displays the number of

    under-temperature shut downs that

    have occurred.

    *A safety feature shuts down the

    monitor if it reaches or drops below

    32 degrees Fahrenheit

    Back Select this option to return to the

    Monitor Info sub-menu

    *If an Over Temp or Under Temp shut down occurs,

    Temp Shutdown is shown on the OSD for approximately 30

    seconds, and then the display shuts off until the temperature

    reaches acceptable temperature limits. The display will

    then automatically turn back on.

    Temperature

    Sub-Menu Options

    Continued... Description

    Operation

  • Page 12:

    6.5” SlimLine LCD Page 11

    Technician Mode

    Technician mode provides the ability to customize and

    restrict access to the Main menu for specifi ed options. This

    section describes how to enter, enable and disable options,

    and exit Technician mode.

    Entering Technician Mode

    Complete the following list to enter Technician mode:

    1 Apply 28V to the display and wait until the

    status LED turns green (if the display is in

    auto-off, press the power ON/OFF button).

    2 Once the status LED turns green, press the

    power button to turn it off.

    3 Press and hold the power button down for

    10 seconds before releasing it (more than 10

    seconds is OK).

    4 Press the OSD ON/OFF button and confi rm

    that the word On or Off is shown to the left

    of each menu option in the Main menu. This

    verifi es that the display is in Technician mode.

    Main menu options when starting Technician mode:

    On Brightness

    On Contrast

    On Color

    On Tint

    On Sharpness

    On Backlight

    Off Advanced >>

    Enabling/Disabling Individual Menu Items

    Use the display buttons per normal operation to navigate

    through menu options. Adjust the menu options as desired

    and then enable or disable the option for users as desired.

    Disable a menu option as follows:

    1 Highlight the desired menu option.

    2 Press and hold the Select switch in for 5

    seconds.

    3 Release the Select switch; the next option

    becomes highlighted and the word OFF appears

    next to the disabled menu option.

    Technician Mode

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    Page 12 Rosen Aviation

    Enabling/Disabling Individual Menu Items

    Continued...

    Enable a menu option as follows:

    1 Highlight the desired menu option.

    2 Press and hold the Select switch in for 5

    seconds.

    3 Release the Select switch; the next option

    becomes highlighted and the word ON appears

    next to the enabled menu option.

    When the monitor is returned to normal mode, any items

    which were disabled in technician mode will no longer be

    available in the main menu. It is possible to disable all Main

    menu items; in this case there will be no user accessible

    functions in the Main menu.

    Note: the Increase and Decrease Value buttons will not work

    to adjust menu options disabled in Technician mode.

    Below is an example of how adjustments in Technician mode

    affect the appearance and options within the normal Main

    menu.

    Technician Mode

    Main Menu:

    On Brightness

    On Contrast

    On Color

    Off Tint

    Off Sharpness

    Off Backlight

    Off Advanced

    Normal Mode

    Main Menu Options:

    Brightness

    Contrast

    Color

    Exiting Technician Mode

    To exit the Technician mode, simply turn the power off and

    on again either with the power button or through the 28V

    supply.

    Technician Mode

  • Page 14:

    6.5” SlimLine LCD Page 13

    Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting

    If the monitor does not function properly, refer to the

    following troubleshooting table for symptoms and possible

    solutions before contacting Rosen fi eld support.

    Notes:

    • Always use an oscilloscope to verify the video signal

    • Always use a multimeter to verify voltages

    • Check actual results against the requirements

    described in this manual

    PROBLEM POSSIBLE SOLUTION

    No power Verify that the pinout is correct . Push

    and hold the power switch for about one

    second.

    Verify Monitor is fully inserted into base

    receptacle.

    No video on Verify that the pinout is correct.

    screen

    Verify that the video source is on and

    has a tape or DVD installed.

    Verify video signal at monitor end, Use

    an oscilloscope or another monitor.

    Screen is Verify that the monitor is getting power

    (green LED on) and the pinout is

    correct.

    Verify that the video source is on and

    has a tape or DVD installed.

    Verify all connections.

    Screen is blue Verify signal at monitor end, Use an

    oscilloscope or another monitor.

    Verify that the pinout is correct.

    Verify that the video source is on and

    has a tape or DVD installed.

    black

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    Page 14 Rosen Aviation

    Troubleshooting

    Red LED is on Monitor is connected to 28 volts but is

    either switched off or is not receiving a

    video signal (Standby mode)

    An over temp or under temp occurred

    (see pages 8 and 9)

    Image is distorted Verify that the pinout is correct.

    Use the OSD Monitor Info sub-menu to

    verify that a signal is present and not too

    high or low (see page 8)

    Examine system for pinched or

    damaged cables

    Image is black

    and white

    when switching

    between

    SECAM and

    PAL

    PROBLEM POSSIBLE SOLUTION

    Technical Support

    For fi eld support or to order parts, contact Rosen Aviation

    Displays at: 1-888-668-4955

    or visit us at: www.rosenaviation.com

    If the image is black and white when

    switching from SECAM to PAL video

    standard, press the Select switch

  • Page 16:

    6.5” SlimLine LCD Page 15

    Specifi cations

    Specifi cations

    LCD Performance

    Screen Resolution (pixels) 640 w x 480 h

    Display Viewing Area 5.14 x 3.84 in

    Viewing Angle ( At contrast ratio 10:1 )

    Horizontal ±50º

    Vertical +35º up -45º down

    Contrast Ratio 300:1 (Typical)

    Backlight Lamp Life 30000 hours continuous

    operation

    Screen Brightness 400 cd/m

    2

    (Typical)

    Mechanical Packaging

    Arm Mount Weight (See Appropriate Drawing)

    Power Requirements 12V DC 800 mA Nominal

    or

    28V DC 350 mA Nominal

    Video Performance

    Video Standards NTSC, PAL, SECAM,

    RS-170 (B&W)

    Video input 1V Peak-to-Peak, 75 Ohms

    Operating Temperature 0ºC - 50ºC Free Air Installation

    0ºC - 40ºC Insulated Installation

    Warranty 2 year

    DO-160D Testing

    This Display is compliant with and has been tested to

    applicable DO-160D standards. For specifi c information

    contact a Rosen Customer Service Representative at

    1.888.668.4955.

  • Page 17:

    Page 16 Rosen Aviation

    Disclaimer

    Disclaimer

    All information, including illustrations, is believed to be reliable. Users and/or

    installers, however, should independently evaluate the suitability of each

    product for their application. Rosen makes no warranties as to the accuracy

    or completeness of the information, and disclaims any liability regarding its

    use or installation. Rosen’s only obligations are those in the Rosen Standard

    Terms and Conditions of Sales for this product, and in no case will Rosen

    be liable for any incidental, indirect or consequential damages arising from

    the sale, resale, use or misuse of the product. Specifi cations are subject

    to change without notice. Rosen reserves the right to make changes

    - without notifi cation to buyer - to materials or processing that do not affect

    compliance with any applicable specifi cations.

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