Rosen Aviation 7004 Series Technical Manual

Technical Manual for Rosen Aviation 7004 Series Monitor (31 pages)

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    ELECTRONIC REVISION

    CONTROLLED

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    Technical Manual, 7” Widescreen Display

    © 2013, 2014 by Rosen Aviation, LLC

    All Rights Reserved

    The information contained herein is proprietary to Rosen Aviation, LLC. No part of this publication

    may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any

    language in any form by any means without the written authorization from Rosen Aviation, LLC,

    except as allowed under copyright laws.

    Disclaimer of Liability

    The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. Because we are

    continuously improving and adding features to our products, Rosen Aviation, LLC reserves the right

    to change specifications without prior notice. Rosen Aviation, LLC shall not be liable for technical or

    editorial errors or omissions contained herein.

    Rosen Aviation, LLC

    1020 Owen Loop South

    Eugene, OR 97402

    541.342.3802

    888.668.4955

    Fax: 541.342.4912

    www.rosenaviation.com

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    Contents

    1. INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................5

    1.1. Base Compatibility ........................................................................................................5

    2. SYSTEM OVERVIEW .........................................................................................................6

    2.1. High-definition Systems ................................................................................................7

    3. INSTALLATION GUIDELINES ...........................................................................................7

    3.1. Installing/Removing SlimLine Arm Assemblies .............................................................8

    3.2. Stowing a Locking Arm Display ....................................................................................8

    3.3. CVBS Pogo Connection Displays .................................................................................9

    3.4. CVBS Micro-D Connection Displays ........................................................................... 10

    3.5. SDI Pogo Connection Displays ................................................................................... 11

    3.6. Base Installations ........................................................................................................ 12

    3.6.1. CVBS Pogo Base Receptacles ....................................................................................... 12

    3.6.2. SDI Pogo Base Receptacles ........................................................................................... 12

    3.6.3. CVBS Micro-D Base Receptacles ................................................................................... 13

    3.7. Electrical Requirements .............................................................................................. 13

    3.8. Pinout Connections ..................................................................................................... 13

    3.8.1. RS-232 Control ............................................................................................................... 13

    4. INITIAL POWER UP ......................................................................................................... 14

    5. DISPLAY TOUCH CONTROLS ........................................................................................ 14

    5.1. Source Select ............................................................................................................. 14

    6. OSD MENU OPTIONS ...................................................................................................... 15

    6.1. Exit .............................................................................................................................. 15

    6.2. User Menu .................................................................................................................. 16

    6.2.1. Backlight ......................................................................................................................... 16

    6.2.2. Aspect Ratio ................................................................................................................... 16

    6.2.3. Scheme .......................................................................................................................... 17

    6.3. Image Adjust Menu ..................................................................................................... 17

    6.3.1. Scheme .......................................................................................................................... 17

    6.3.2. Picture-quality Controls ................................................................................................... 18

    6.3.3. Reset Scheme ................................................................................................................ 18

    6.3.4. Image Adjust Advanced (Submenu) ............................................................................... 18

    6.4. Info .............................................................................................................................. 20

    7. TECHNICIAN MENU ......................................................................................................... 21

    7.1. Technician Advanced Submenu ................................................................................. 22

    7.1.1. Factory Reset ................................................................................................................. 22

    7.1.2. 3D Comb Filter ............................................................................................................... 22

    7.1.3. Composite Sig (Signal) ................................................................................................... 22

    7.1.4. AGC (Automatic Gain Control) ........................................................................................ 23

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    7.2. Technician Mode Menu............................................................................................... 23

    7.2.1. Power Mode ................................................................................................................... 23

    7.2.2. Operation Mode .............................................................................................................. 24

    7.2.3. SDI Overscan ................................................................................................................. 24

    7.2.4. SDI Overscan % ............................................................................................................. 24

    7.3. OSD Timeout .............................................................................................................. 24

    7.4. Front Panel LED ......................................................................................................... 25

    7.5. Source Select Menu ................................................................................................... 25

    8. MAINTENANCE: TENSION ADJUSTMENTS .................................................................. 26

    9. TECHNICAL REFERENCES AND SUPPORT ................................................................. 26

    9.1. Troubleshooting .......................................................................................................... 27

    9.2. Cleaning the Display ................................................................................................... 27

    9.3. RTCA DO-160F Qualifications for Displays ................................................................ 28

    9.4. Supported Video Resolutions ..................................................................................... 30

    9.4.1. CVBS/Composite Resolutions ........................................................................................ 30

    9.4.2. SDI Resolutions .............................................................................................................. 30

    10. DEFINITIONS .................................................................................................................. 30

    11. REVISION HISTORY ...................................................................................................... 31

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    1. INTRODUCTION

    Rosen’s new 7004 series of personal displays allow for direct upgrades for high-definition and

    Composite units with a variety of existing bases on your aircraft. In addition to the sleek, tablet-

    style display, the touch-sense front panel enables source select capability directly from the front

    panel on select models depending on the base. The 7004 models differ depending on the plug-in

    arm configuration and input signal. All SDI models (7004-3xx) support 3G HD-SDI up to 1080p,

    and are compatible with the Rockwell Collins Venue™ system using RS-232.

    This manual describes the compatibility of bases and display models, and it provides general

    instructions about how to install the new arm-mounted displays onto your aircraft and confirm that

    they are functioning correctly.

    Note: Only trained and qualified personnel should perform installation and service.

    Technical drawings and the Technical Manual are available on the Rosen Aviation website at

    www.rosenaviation.com. From the home page, select the Products tab and browse by product

    category. Please contact Technical Support at 541.342.3802 if you need assistance locating

    product information.

    1.1. Base Compatibility

    The tables below show which bases are compatible with the new 7004 displays. For a

    comparison of base-mounting diagrams, see Base Installations, beginning on page 12, to

    compare. Bases are sold separately.

    Table 1 Composite (CVBS) display and base compatibility

    Display

    Model

    Description

    Base

    Type

    Base Model &

    Aircraft Connections

    7004-013

    7" Center mount, Non-locking arm

    Micro-D

    0100-002

    0100-004

    DB9 with

    source select

    7004-060

    7" Left mount, Non-locking arm

    0100-005

    Molex/BNC

    without source

    select

    7004-061

    7" Right mount, Non-locking arm

    7004-015

    7" Center mount, Non-locking arm

    CVBS

    Pogo

    0100-041

    0100-042

    DB9 with

    source select

    7004-037

    7" Center mount, Locking arm

    0100-040

    Molex/BNC

    without source

    select

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    Table 2 SDI display and base compatibility

    Display

    Model

    Description

    Base

    Type

    Base Model &

    Aircraft Connections

    7004-362

    7”, SDI, Left mount, Non-locking SlimLine

    SDI arm

    SDI

    Pogo

    0100-344

    RS-232

    with source

    select

    7004-363

    7”, SDI, Right mount, Non-locking SlimLine

    SDI arm

    7004-315

    7”, SDI, Center mount, Non-locking

    SlimLine SDI arm

    0100-342

    RS-232

    without source

    select

    7004-337

    7”, SDI, Center mount, Locking

    SlimLine SDI arm

    2. SYSTEM OVERVIEW

    The typical installation of personal displays consists of multiple arm-mounted displays connected

    to a video source. The following figures show how to configure analog (standard definition) and

    HD displays to create a complete cabin entertainment system or integrate a display into an

    existing system.

    Figure 1 Connecting analog displays

    These displays are typically connected to a video distribution unit, which provides a single

    Composite video signal (NTSC, PAL, or SECAM) to each display. The video distribution box

    performs the source selection.

    Composite

    Composite

    Personal Displays

    DVD Player

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    2.1. High-definition Systems

    SDI units display either standard definition (SD) or high-definition (HD) video using serial digital

    video input. In this configuration, the video is sourced by a digital video distribution switch or

    source and de-serialized into an SDI format.

    High-definition displays are typically installed in a system where the SDI video is distributed from

    a cabin management system and/or HD video distribution to each display.

    Figure 2 Connecting HD displays

    3. INSTALLATION GUIDELINES

    The 7” arm-mount displays plug in to round bases depending on the connector type and input

    signal. Ensure the correct orientation when plugging the arm into the base receptacle, as shown

    below, so that the alignment pin in the base follows the arm’s keyed slot connection and is not

    forced.

    Figure 3 Arm and base interface

    Blu-ray Player

    Blu-ray Player

    Personal

    Display

    HD Distribution

    Cabin

    Management

    System

    SDI

    SDI

    Personal

    Display

    DVI/HDMI

    DVI/HDMI

    Slot

    Alignment

    pin

  • Page 8:

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    3.1. Installing/Removing SlimLine Arm Assemblies

    To install a SlimLine arm assembly, press the arm button all the way in and push straight down

    on the arm into the plug body until it is secure in the base.

    Figure 4 SlimLine locking arm features

    To remove a SlimLine arm assembly, press the arm button in all the way and lift up on the

    display/arm assembly.

    3.2. Stowing a Locking Arm Display

    SlimLine locking arm displays have two locking points at 0º and 180º to secure displays in a

    stowed position, without disconnecting power, during taxiing, takeoff, and landing (TTL).

    To stow a SlimLine locking arm display, rotate the arm to either 0º or 180 º until it locks. To

    deploy a SlimLine locking arm display, press the arm button halfway and rotate the arm away

    from the locked position.

    Figure 5 Stowing positions for SlimLine locking arm displays

    Arm button

    Plug body

    Arm button

    Plug body

    Arm rotation

    locks at 0º

    and 180º

    Composite arm

    SDI arm

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    To stow a SlimLine SDI locking arm, rotate the arm until it locks into either stowed position. To

    deploy, press the arm button and rotate the arm away from the locked position.

    Figure 6 Arm button on SlimLine SDI locking arms

    Touching the LCD with excessive force may leave pressure spots

    that show in video display. Handle with care.

    3.3. CVBS Pogo Connection Displays

    Figure 7 Pogo connection displays use base receptacles 0100-040, 0100-041, & 0100-042

    P/N 7004-015, 7" Display: Pogo, non-locking,

    center

    P/N 7004-037, 7" Display: Pogo, locking,

    center

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    3.4. CVBS Micro-D Connection Displays

    Figure 8 Micro-D connection displays use base receptacles 0100-002, 0100-004, & 0100-005

    P/N 7004-013, 7" Display: Micro-D, non-locking, center

    P/N 7004-060, 7" Display: Micro-D,

    non-locking, left

    P/N 7004-061, 7" Display: Micro-D,

    non-locking, right

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    3.5. SDI Pogo Connection Displays

    Figure 9 SDI Pogo-style connection displays use base receptacles 0100-344 & 0100-342

    P/N 7004-315, 7" Display: non-locking, center

    P/N 7004-337, 7" Display: locking, center

    P/N 7004-362, 7" Display: non-locking,

    left

    P/N 7004-363, 7" Display: non-locking, right

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    3.6. Base Installations

    Consult the Outline and Installation drawing to assist with the installation process. Pay close

    attention to the dimensions and fastener depths required when considering installation

    requirements.

    The 7004 displays are compatible with the base designs, as shown below. Bases mount on

    either a vertical or a horizontal surface, typically with a minimum of four screws (two per flange).

    For base pinout information, refer to the display drawings on the Rosen Aviation website.

    3.6.1. CVBS Pogo Base Receptacles

    Figure 10 CVBS Pogo-style base receptacles

    3.6.2. SDI Pogo Base Receptacles

    Figure 11 SDI Pogo-style base receptacle

    P/N 0100-041

    Base Receptacle: Pogo, DB9 harness,

    universal mount

    P/N 0100-042

    Base Receptacle: Pogo, DB9

    harness, horizontal mount

    SDI Pogo-style

    connection

    P/N 0100-344

    Base Receptacle:

    BNC/DB9 Harness,

    SDI, RS-232, with

    source select

    Note: Base Receptacle

    P/N 0100-342 is also

    compatible with the 7004

    series, but it does not

    have source select.

    CVBS Pogo-style

    connection

    P/N 0100-040

    Base Receptacle: Pogo

    BNC/Molex harness, universal

    mount

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    3.6.3. CVBS Micro-D Base Receptacles

    Figure 12 CVBS Micro-D-style base receptacle

    3.7. Electrical Requirements

     Nominal voltage 28VDC / 0.30A

     Inrush Current 20A for 250 microseconds

     Op Voltage/Current Range 18VDC/0.45A – 32VDC/0.27A

     Max Power Consumption: 8.6 W

    3.8. Pinout Connections

    There are several ways to connect a personal display to an aircraft’s entertainment system. Use

    the pinout descriptions on the monitor’s Outline and Installation drawing to assist in completing

    the wiring connections.

    Note: This display is for entertainment purposes only; connect to a non-critical power bus.

    3.8.1. RS-232 Control

    The SDI displays can be controlled via a cabin management system using RS-232, if an

    RS-232 connection is present on the configuration. The display connects to 28VDC

    aircraft power and receives video through a video distribution amplifier or directly from

    video sources.

    For a copy of the RS-232 External Controller Message Formats (P/N 9002934), please

    contact Rosen Aviation Technical Support at 541.342.3802.

    P/N 0100-002

    Base Receptacle: Micro-D, DB9

    harness, universal mount

    P/N 0100-004

    Base Receptacle: Micro-D,

    DB9 harness, horizontal

    mount

    Micro-D-style

    connection

    P/N 0100-005

    Base Receptacle:

    Micro-D BNC/Molex harness,

    universal mount

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    4. INITIAL POWER UP

    Make sure to turn off the power before connecting the harnesses.

    1. Ensure low impedance ground connections on the base.

    2. Ensure that 28VDC power supply is OFF.

    3. Connect the power supply and video source to the appropriate harnesses.

    4. Plug in the display/arm assembly.

    5. Supply power and wait for a video signal on the screen. The default power setting is

    Auto On.

    When cycling power, leave unit off for 20 seconds before restoring

    power.

    5. DISPLAY TOUCH CONTROLS

    The 7004 displays have touch-sense buttons on the front panel to control all operating functions;

    however, the 7004-3xx models can be controlled from the Rockwell Collins Venue system. Use

    the plus (+) and minus (–) buttons to navigate through the options.

    Figure 13 Touch controls and functions

    5.1. Source Select

    Source Select is available depending on the base and video distribution installations on the

    aircraft. To change between video sources, press Source Select, either on the front panel or the

    remote control.

    Power LED

    Menu opens the OSD and

    accepts option values

    Backward

    left/down

    Power

    Forward

    right/up

    Source Select

    switches input

    sources

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    6. OSD MENU OPTIONS

    The OSD contains screen settings and options in menus and informational readouts that display

    over the image, as shown below. Press Menu on the front panel to open the Main Menu, as

    shown in Figure 15 on page 15.

    Press + and – to navigate within the menu pages, options, and values columns. Select the Back

    option to switch menu pages. The yellow highlighted area shows the currently selected option.

     Press Menu and + to move right across the menu page options and values.

     Press Menu and – to move left across the menu page options and values.

    Figure 14 OSD menu pages

    The available menu options will vary depending on which source signal is active.

     Press Menu to choose a setting or an option.

     Select the Back option to switch menu pages.

     Select Exit and then press Menu to close the OSD and save the settings.

    Note: The on-screen display will timeout and automatically close after no screen activity for a

    preset amount of time, which is adjustable on the Technician Menu OSD Timeout option. See

    Section 7.3, OSD Timeout, on page 24.

    6.1. Exit

    Use Exit to close the OSD. When you press Menu, the OSD opens to this screen, as shown

    below. Press Menu again to close the OSD from this screen.

    Press + and – to access the other menu pages in the OSD.

    From other settings within the OSD, select Back and Exit to close the OSD.

    Figure 15 Opening screen for the Main Menu

    Press + to access

    the menu page

    options

    Press + to access

    the menu option

    values

    Press – to

    access menu

    pages. The

    selected menu

    page is

    highlighted.

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    6.2. User Menu

    The User Menu contains frequently used control settings. Press Menu to open the Main Menu,

    and press – and Menu to access the User Page options.

    Press + or – to select a User option, and then press Menu to change its value.

    Figure 16 User menu options

    6.2.1. Backlight

    Use this setting to adjust the intensity of the LCD backlight.

    From the User page, press + and – to select Backlight, and then press Menu to open

    the control bar shown below.

    Press + and – to change the value on the control bar accordingly.

    Press Menu to set the backlight brightness and close the control bar.

    Figure 17 Backlight option

    6.2.2. Aspect Ratio

    Use Aspect Ratio to adjust the picture expansion to match the encoding of the source

    image most closely.

    Select UserAspect Ratio and then press Menu. To switch the display between aspect

    ratio modes (described below), press the + and – buttons. Watch for proportional

    changes in the background picture and choose the optimal mode for the source. Press

    Menu to set the mode and select BackExit to close the OSD.

    Full Screen: (Default) Displays standard 4:3 source video in 16:9 aspect ratio by

    expanding the image horizontally. Circles will appear as ovals in the central and outer

    portions of the screen. If the source image is letterboxed, there will be black bars at the

    top and bottom of the image. A 16:9 widescreen source will fill the screen with minimal

    distortion.

    Select Back to

    return to the menu

    pages

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    Pillar Box: A standard 4:3 source image will appear with vertical black bars on the left

    and right side of the image. If the image source is letterboxed, then there will also be

    horizontal bars at the top and bottom of the image as well.

    Letter Box Expanded: Expands the source video in the vertical and horizontal

    dimensions to fill the display screen. Letterbox-format DVDs will have small or no bars

    showing in this mode, while 4:3 aspect video sources will expand beyond the screen

    boundaries and appear cropped.

    6.2.3. Scheme

    There are two default color settings or schemes: Natural and Vivid. If the screen colors

    are not what you expect, select Scheme and press + and – to toggle between the

    settings. The background picture’s colors change as you toggle between the settings.

    Vivid uses a higher color saturation level above the Natural level.

    Try both schemes to determine which one you like best before adjusting the other picture

    quality settings.

    Select UserScheme and then press Menu to access the settings.

    Select the setting and press Menu to accept the changes, and then select BackExit to

    close the OSD.

    6.3. Image Adjust Menu

    Use the Image Adjust menu options, as shown below, to control the color and picture quality.

    Highlight Image Adjust and press Menu to access the Image Adjust menu options.

    Press + or – to select an Image Adjust option, and then press Menu to change its value.

    Figure 18 Image Adjust menu options

    6.3.1. Scheme

    Scheme is also available from the Main MenuUser page. For information about how

    this option works, see Section 6.2.3, Scheme, on page 17. Changing the Scheme also

    affects changes that you make to the User menu settings and is source specific.

    Picture-

    quality

    controls

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    6.3.2. Picture-quality Controls

    The Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Hue, and Sharpness menu options use control bars

    to fine-tune different aspects of the picture quality. To adjust these options, press Menu

    and – to select Image Adjust. Choose a menu option, and then press Menu to open a

    control bar and adjust the value, similar to Figure 19, shown below.

    Press + or – to increase or decrease the control’s value.

    Press Menu to set the menu option and close the control bar.

    Select BackExit to close the OSD.

    Figure 19 Sample picture-quality control bar

    6.3.3. Reset Scheme

    Restores the values of the current scheme to their default settings, and it affects only the

    current source. Use Reset Scheme to revert to the default screen colors if the other

    Image Adjust options did not correct the screen quality.

    Select Image AdjustReset Scheme and then press Menu.

    Select BackExit to close the OSD.

    For information about the different Scheme modes, see Section 6.2.3 on page 17.

    6.3.4. Image Adjust Advanced (Submenu)

    Use the Image Adjust Advanced submenu options, as shown below, to fine-tune the

    primary screen colors and to restore the monitor’s factory screen settings. Press Menu

    and + or – to select Image AdjustAdvanced, and then press Menu.

    To close the menu, select the Back option, or select BackExit to close the OSD.

    Figure 20 Advanced submenu options

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    6.3.4.1. Color Temperature

    Use the Color Temperature options to change the warmth of the picture in all sources.

    When you select Color Temperature, the screen changes, and a toggle appears to

    switch between User and 6500K, as shown below.

    Figure 21 Color Temperature options

    Press – and Menu to open the Color Temperature Page.

    Press – to access the User setting and then press Menu and – to access the

    individual colors.

    6.3.4.1.1. Color Levels: Red, Green, Blue

    Setting the Color Temperature to User will make the Red, Blue, and Green options

    active. Each color adjusts the low-level registers of its respective color value in the

    picture.

    Select the Image AdjustAdvancedColor Temperature and press Menu. Set

    Color Temperature to User, and then press Menu.

    Press – to choose a color level, and then press Menu to open a control bar to

    adjust the value, similar to Figure 22 shown below.

     Red: Press – to show more cyan-colored tones, and press + to intensify the

    red tones.

     Green: Press – to show more magenta tones, and press + to intensify the

    green tones.

     Blue: Press – to show more yellow tones, and press + to intensify the blue

    tones.

    Press Menu to set the color and close the control bar.

    Select BackExit to close the OSD.

    Figure 22 Sample color-level control bar

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    6.3.4.2. Restore Defaults

    This option restores the default screen settings from the user menus for all video

    sources. It does not erase Technician Menu settings or change the internal time and

    date. A Defaults Restored message appears in the lower corner of the menu after the

    restore is complete.

    Figure 23 Restore Defaults option

    6.4. Info

    Use the Information page to review operating status, view details about the display, and access

    the Technician Menu.

    To open the Info page, press Menu and then – to navigate to Info.

    Notes:

     Press Menu and + to highlight the Back option—required to access the Technician

    Menu.

     The firmware (FW) fields vary by model and are subject to change.

    Figure 24 Info page

    Status

    message

    Use Info to verify video

    source and resolution

    settings.

    Back option

    active

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    7. TECHNICIAN MENU

    To protect the display from accidental or unintentional adjustments, the Technician Menu is

    accessible only with a special button combination. To avoid repeating this button sequence after

    each change, the menu remains active until you manually close it.

    Whenever there is a change to the OSD settings, exit the menu,

    and cycle power for the changes to be saved.

    To open the Technician Menu, start with the display on, and press the following buttons in this

    order:

    1. Press Menu and – to select the Info page.

    2. With the Back option highlighted on the Info page, press + – + – + + +, and then press

    Menu.

    3. The Technician Menu opens.

    Figure 25 Technician Main Menu

    To navigate the menu options, press + or – on the front panel.

    To close the Technician Menu and return to the Main Menu, select the Back option and press

    Menu. To close the OSD, select Exit and then press Menu.

    Note: The Main Menu options are not selectable while the Technician Menu is open.

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    7.1. Technician Advanced Submenu

    This submenu provides installers and technicians more advanced controls of the image. The

    input signal determines which options will appear in the Technician Advanced submenu.

    Figure 26 Technician Advanced submenu

    7.1.1. Factory Reset

    Choose this option to perform a complete factory restore. Factory Reset returns all

    options with pre-determined defaults in both the User and Technician menus to their

    factory default settings.

    Highlight AdvancedFactory Reset and press Menu.

    A Reset Complete message appears after the display restores the default settings.

    Remember to power cycle after performing a Factory Reset.

    7.1.2. 3D Comb Filter

    (Composite only) When set to Enabled (default), the display will eliminate dot crawl and

    some noise on stationary portions of the picture.

    Highlight Advanced3D Comb Filter and press Menu.

    Use + and – to set the option Enabled or Disabled, and then press Menu.

    Select Back and press Menu to return to the Technician Menu.

    To exit the OSD, select Back and Exit.

    7.1.3. Composite Sig (Signal)

    (Composite only) This is a read-only screen that shows the signal strength of the

    currently viewed Composite source. Composite Signal strength ranges from 0 to 1.25

    Vpp in 0.25V increments. It will read NA (not available) if a Composite source is not

    active or the AGC (Automatic Gain Control) (below) is set to Off.

    The only options

    available on SDI

    models

    Additional options

    available on

    Composite models

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    7.1.4. AGC (Automatic Gain Control)

    (Composite only) This option is a signal compensation tool that will accommodate for

    strong and weak Composite signals.

    Highlight AdvancedAGC and press Menu.

    Use + and – to set the option On (default) or Off, and then press Menu.

    Select Back and press Menu to return to the Technician Menu.

    To exit the OSD, select Back and Exit.

    7.2. Technician Mode Menu

    Use the Technician Mode Menu options to specify the Power Mode and to access the SDI

    Overscan settings (SDI models only).

    From the Technician Main Menu, select Mode Menu and then press Menu to open the

    submenu, as shown below.

    Figure 27 Technician Mode Menu

    7.2.1. Power Mode

    Use Power Mode to set the display’s initial power state.

    From the Technician Menu, press – to select Mode MenuPower Mode and then press

    Menu.

    Use the + and – to set the option and then press Menu.

    Options include the following:

     Auto On: The display always starts up in the ON state when 28V is applied

    (default).

     Auto Off: The display always starts up in the standby state when 28V is applied.

     Restore Previous: The display returns to the previous power settings after any

    power interruption.

    Select Back and press Menu to return to the Technician Menu.

    To exit the OSD, select Back and Exit.

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    7.2.2. Operation Mode

    Operation Mode is not enabled, and the None Selected setting is read-only.

    7.2.3. SDI Overscan

    (For 7004-3xx models only) Use SDI Overscan to enable or disable video overscan for

    SDI at 480i and 576i resolutions. When enabled, the setting cuts off a small percentage

    (2.5% by default) around the edges of the picture and it resizes the image to fit the full

    screen. When set to disabled, a zero percent overscan is applied to all SDI resolutions.

    You can also enable/disable this feature via the RS-232 protocol.

    From the Technician Menu, press – to select Mode MenuSDI Overscan and then

    press ENTER.

    Use the + and – to set the option to Enabled or Disabled, and then press Menu.

    Select Back and press Menu to return to the Technician Menu.

    To exit the OSD, select Back and Exit.

    7.2.4. SDI Overscan %

    (For 7004-3xx models only) Use SDI Overscan % to set the amount of overscan

    applied to the picture’s edges of SDI signals at 480i and 576i resolutions. The setting

    percentages are 0.0%, 2.5% (default), 3.0%, 5.0%, and 10.0%. The overscanned image

    will automatically update when you switch between percentage values. You do not have

    to cycle power for the change to take effect. You can also change the overscan value via

    the RS-232 protocol.

    From the Technician Menu, press the – to select Mode MenuSDI Overscan % and

    then press Menu.

    Use the + and – to set the percentage option and then press Menu.

    Select Back and press Menu to return to the Technician Menu.

    To exit the OSD, select Back and Exit.

    7.3. OSD Timeout

    Use OSD Timeout to set the amount of time the menu screens and control bars are visible,

    without making any changes, before they timeout and close automatically.

    There are three increments: 6 Seconds, 15 Seconds, and 30 Seconds.

    From the Technician Menu, press – to select OSD Timeout and then press Menu.

    Use the + and – to select a time increment and then press Menu.

    Select Back and press Menu to return to the Technician Menu.

    To exit the OSD, select Back and Exit.

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    7.4. Front Panel LED

    The Front Panel LED option turns the power LED on or off. When the option is Disabled, the

    power LED will be black.

    Figure 28 Front panel touchpad

    When it is On, the power LED will have the following states:

     Green indicates the display is receiving power.

     Amber indicates the display is in standby mode.

     Red indicates the display is registering an error.

     Black indicates the display is receiving no power.

    Highlight TechnicianFront Panel LED and press Menu.

    Use the + and – to set the option Enabled or Disabled, and then press Menu.

    Select Back and press Menu to return to the Technician Menu.

    To exit the OSD, select Back and Exit.

    7.5. Source Select Menu

    Use this submenu to adjust the Pulse Width and Repeat Delay of the source select signal. Pulse

    Width specifies the amount of time the pulse is active (when switching sources), and Repeat

    Delay specifies the amount of time between pulses being sent from the display.

    Highlight Technician MenuSource Select, press – to select a setting, and then press Menu

    to access the option.

    Use the + and – buttons to increase or decrease the length of time the pulse width and repeat

    delay are active (in milliseconds), and then press Menu. The Pulse Width is always less than the

    Repeat Delay.

    Figure 29 Source Select menu options and their default values

    Select Back and press Menu to return to the Technician Menu.

    To exit the OSD, select Back and Exit.

    Power LED

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    8. MAINTENANCE: TENSION ADJUSTMENTS

    The 7004 series displays require fewer tension adjustments than the older 7002 models. The new

    monitor design features a lifetime friction hinge, so no tilt adjustment is ever required.

    There are no adjustment points on the SlimLine SDI arms; however, the Composite arm mounts

    have two adjustment points. Adjust the screen pivot and arm rotation, if necessary, by torquing the

    socket head cap screws (SHCS), as shown below. Tighten both screws just until the screen pivots

    and the arm rotates with only minor resistance.

    Figure 30 Tension adjustment points for Composite arm mount displays

    9. TECHNICAL REFERENCES AND SUPPORT

    Check the Rosen Aviation website to ensure that you are working

    with the most current revision of technical documentation.

    If you need assistance in configuring a personal display to work with an HD system, please

    contact Rosen Aviation Technical Support at 541.342.3802.

    Table 3 Technical references

    Product

    Part Number

    Location

    RS-232 External Controller Message

    Formats

    9002934

    Contact Rosen Technical Support

    Displays’ Outline & Installation Drawings

    7004-xxx-CD

    www.rosenaviation.com

    Base Outline & Installation Drawings

    0100-xxx-CD

    www.rosenaviation.com

    Rotation adjust:

    8-32 SHCS

    Pivot adjust:

    4-40 SHCS

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    9.1. Troubleshooting

    If the display does not function properly, refer to the following troubleshooting table for symptoms

    and possible solutions before contacting Rosen Technical Support.

    Note: Always use a multimeter to verify voltages. Check actual results against the requirements

    described in this manual.

    Table 4 Troubleshooting tips

    Problem

    Possible Solutions

    No video (signal)

    Verify that the display is turned on and the video is on.

    Verify that a signal is reaching the display using an oscilloscope or

    another display.

    Check the Power Control Pin. See the Power Mode settings on page 23.

    Verify that the pinout is correct.

    Screen is black

    Verify that the display is receiving power.

    Check the Power Mode settings on page 23.

    Verify that the pinout is correct.

    Verify that the video source is on and playing.

    Verify all connections between the source and the display.

    Image flickers

    Try turning on the AGC (Automatic Gain Control) setting on page 23.

    Verify that the signal cable is secure.

    Verify that the vertical frame frequency is 60 Hz or less.

    Distorted Image

    Verify proper connections, per the latest O&I drawings.

    Verify supported resolution.

    Check the Power Mode settings on page 23.

    Verify that the pinout is correct.

    Verify that a signal is reaching the display using an oscilloscope or

    another display.

    Examine the display for pinched or damaged cables.

    Wrong Colors

    Verify proper connections, per the latest technical drawings.

    If the screen colors are not what you expect, reset the current scheme.

    For more information, see Reset Scheme on page 18 and Restore

    Defaults on page 20.

    9.2. Cleaning the Display

    To clean the LCD, very gently wipe the screen with a clean, commercially approved LCD

    cleaning cloth and alcohol-free LCD cleaning solution. Use one firm cleaning motion instead of

    circular or repeated side-to-side scrubbing.

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    9.3. RTCA DO-160F Qualifications for Displays

    The table below shows the DO-160F compliance of the 7004 series displays and their

    corresponding bases. Omitted categories are not applicable to these products or their expected

    installations. Reference the Qualification Test Reports for specific details.

    Table 5 The 7004 displays are compliant with the following DO-160F test criteria

    Description

    Section

    Category

    Comments

    Temperature and Altitude

    4

    Ground Survival/Short-Time Operating

    Low Temp

    4.5.1

    A1

    Operating Low Temperature

    4.5.2

    A1

    Ground Survival/Short-Time Operating

    High Temp

    4.5.3

    A1

    Operating High Temperature

    4.5.4

    A1

    Altitude

    4.6.1

    A1

    Decompression

    4.6.2

    A1

    Overpressure

    4.6.3

    A1

    Temperature Variation

    5

    Temperature Variation

    5.3.1

    C

    Humidity

    6

    Humidity

    6.3.1

    A

    Operational Shocks & Crash Safety

    7

    Operational Shocks

    7.2.1

    B

    (6G)

    Crash Safety (Impulse)

    7.3.2

    B

    (20G)

    Crash Safety (Sustained)

    7.3.3

    B

    (20G) SDI / (9G) CVBS

    Vibration

    8

    Random Vibration – Fixed Wing Aircraft

    8.5.2

    S (Curve B)

    Magnetic Effect

    15

    Magnetic Effect

    15.3

    Z

    Power Input

    16

    Normal Operating Conditions (DC)

    16.6.1

    Average Value Voltage (DC)

    16.6.1.1

    Z

    Ripple Voltage (DC)

    16.6.1.2

    Z

    Momentary Power Interruptions (DC)

    16.6.1.3

    Z

    Normal Surge Voltage (DC)

    16.6.1.4

    Z

    Engine Starting Under Voltage Operation

    (DC)

    16.6.1.5

    Z

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    Description

    Section

    Category

    Comments

    Abnormal Operating Conditions

    16.6.2

    Voltage Steady State (DC)

    16.6.2.1

    Z

    Momentary Under Voltage (DC)

    16.6.2.3

    Z

    Abnormal Surge Voltage (DC)

    16.6.2.4

    Z

    Voltage Spike

    17

    Voltage Spike

    17.4

    A

    Audio Frequency Conducted

    Susceptibility

    18

    AF Conducted Susceptibility - Power

    Inputs

    18.3.1

    Z

    Induced Signal Susceptibility

    19

    Magnetic Fields Induced Into Equipment

    19.3.1

    AC

    Magnetic Fields Induced Into

    Interconnecting Cables

    19.3.2

    AC

    Electric Fields Induced Into

    Interconnecting Cables

    19.3.3

    AC

    Spikes Induced Into Interconnecting

    Cables

    19.3.4

    AC

    Radio Frequency Susceptibility

    20

    Conducted Susceptibility (CS) – 10kHz to

    400MHz

    20.4

    T

    Radiated Susceptibility (RS) – 100MHz to

    18GHz

    20.5

    T

    Emission of Radio Frequency Energy

    21

    Conducted RF Emission

    21.4

    B/M

    See Cat. on O&I drawing

    Radiated RF Emission

    21.5

    B/M

    See Cat. on O&I drawing

    Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)

    25

    Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)

    25.5

    A

    Flammability

    26

    N/A

    Flammability testing in

    accordance with 14 CFR

    25.853 Appendix F

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    9.4. Supported Video Resolutions

    9.4.1. CVBS/Composite Resolutions

    NTSC (480i/29)

    PAL (576i/25)

    SECAM (576i/25)

    RS-170 B&W (480i/29)

    The software continually checks and chooses the appropriate color decoder (NTSC,

    PAL, or SECAM) based on the analog input signal.

    9.4.2. SDI Resolutions

    SMPTE 259M

    480i/29

    576i/25

    SMPTE 292M

    720p/50, 720p/59, 720p/60

    1080i/25, 1080i/29, 1080i/30

    1080p/23, 1080p/24, 1080p/25, 1080p/29, 1080p/30

    SMPTE 424M

    1080p/50, 1080p/59, 1080p/60

    10. DEFINITIONS

    3G HD-SDI

    Newer, high-definition serial digital interface with a single 2.970 G/bit/s serial

    link

    A

    Amps

    AF

    Audio frequency

    CFR

    Code of Federal Regulations

    CVBS

    Color Video Blanking and Sync (Composite video signal)

    DVI

    Digital Visual Interface

    EUT

    Equipment under test

    HD

    High Definition

    HDMI

    High Definition Multimedia Interface

    HD-SDI

    High Definition Serial Digital Interface

    LCD

    Liquid Crystal Display

    LED

    Light emitting diode

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    NTSC

    National Television Standards Committee; an analog video standard used in

    the United States, Canada, Japan, Mexico, the Philippines, South Korea,

    Taiwan, and some other countries

    O&I

    Outline and Installation (drawing)

    OSD

    On Screen Display – the actual user/technician menu, and any informational

    readouts displayed on the image.

    P/N

    Part Number

    PAL

    Phase alternate (by) line – the analog video specification used by most

    European countries and their former colonies worldwide

    PC

    Personal computer

    RF

    Radio frequency

    RS-232

    Standard for serial binary data interchange

    RTCA

    Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics

    SDI

    Serial Digital Interface

    SECAM

    (Séquentiel couleur à mémoire; French for "sequential color with memory"),

    an analog color video system first used in France

    SMPTE

    Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers – timecode frame rates

    SHCS

    Socket head cap screw

    TTL

    Taxiing, takeoff, and landing

    V

    Volts

    VDC

    Volts direct current

    VGA

    Video Graphics Array

    Vpp

    Volts peak-to-peak

    W

    Watts

    11. REVISION HISTORY

    Revision E is limited to draft or prototype documents. Revisions I,

    O, Q, S, X and Z are not to be used.

    Revision

    Date

    Revision Description

    EC

    A

    10/09/13

    Initial release

    13-0370

    B

    04/17/14

    Corrected CVBS Micro-D Base part numbers

    14-0143

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