INSTALLATION MANUAL 1st Edition (Revised 1)
! WARNING This manual is intended for qualified service personnel only. To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire or injury, do not perform any servicing other than that contained in the operating instructions unless you are qualified to do so. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
! WARNUNG Die Anleitung ist nur für qualifiziertes Fachpersonal bestimmt. Alle Wartungsarbeiten dürfen nur von qualifiziertem Fachpersonal ausgeführt werden. Um die Gefahr eines elektrischen Schlages, Feuergefahr und Verletzungen zu vermeiden, sind bei Wartungsarbeiten strikt die Angaben in der Anleitung zu befolgen. Andere als die angegeben Wartungsarbeiten dürfen nur von Personen ausgeführt werden, die eine spezielle Befähigung dazu besitzen.
! AVERTISSEMENT Ce manual est destiné uniquement aux personnes compétentes en charge de l’entretien. Afin de réduire les risques de décharge électrique, d’incendie ou de blessure n’effectuer que les réparations indiquées dans le mode d’emploi à moins d’être qualifié pour en effectuer d’autres. Pour toute réparation faire appel à une personne compétente uniquement.
WARNING This unit has no power switch. When installing the unit, incorporate a readily accessible disconnect device in the fixed wiring, or connect the power cord to a socket-outlet which must be provided near the unit and easily accessible, so that the user can turn off the power in case a fault should occur. WARNUNG Dieses Gerät hat keinen Netzschalter. Beim Einbau des Geräts ist daher im Festkabel ein leicht zugänglicher Unterbrecher einzufügen, oder das Netzkabel muß mit einer in der Nähe des Geräts befindlichen, leicht zugänglichen Wandsteckdose verbunden werden, damit sich bei einer Funktionsstörung die Stromversorgung zum Gerät jederzeit unterbrechen läßt.
When using a modular jack cable: For safety, do not connect to the connector for peripheral device wiring that might have excessive voltage.
Attention-when the product is installed in Rack: 1. Prevention against overloading of branch circuit When this product is installed in a rack and is supplied power from an outlet on the rack, please make sure that the rack does not overload the supply circuit. 2. Providing protective earth When this product is installed in a rack and is supplied power from an outlet on the rack, please confirm that the outlet is provided with a suitable protective earth connection. 3. Internal air ambient temperature of the rack When this product is installed in a rack, please make sure that the internal air ambient temperature of the rack is within the specified limit of this product. 4. Prevention against achieving hazardous condition due to uneven mechanical loading When this product is installed in a rack, please make sure that the rack does not achieve hazardous condition due to uneven mechanical loading. 5. Install the equipment while taking the operating temperature of the equipment into consideration For the operating temperature of the equipment, refer to the specifications of the Operation Manual. 6. When performing the installation, keep the following space away from walls in order to obtain proper exhaust and radiation of heat. Front: 4 cm (1.56 inches) or more Rear: 10 cm (4 inches) or more
Table of Contents Manual Structure Purpose of this manual ........................................................... 3 (E) Related manuals ..................................................................... 3 (E)
1. Installation 1-1.
Cautions before Installation ..................................... 1-1 (E)
Installation Procedure .............................................. 1-2 (E)
Operating Conditions and Installation Space .......... 1-2 (E)
Power Supply ........................................................... 1-4 (E)
Information for Power Supply ........................ 1-4 (E) Recommended Power Cord ............................ 1-4 (E)
Installing the Projector Rack ................................... 1-5 (E)
Installing the HDD Unit ........................................... 1-7 (E)
Signal Input and Output ........................................... 1-8 (E)
Connecting Connectors and Cables ....................... 1-10 (E)
Connection ............................................................. 1-11 (E)
1-10. Checks after Connection ........................................ 1-12 (E)
2. Service Overview 2-1.
Cleaning the Air Filter ............................................. 2-1 (E)
Switch Setting .......................................................... 2-1 (E)
IP Address Initialization ................................. 2-1 (E) Updating in Case of Emergency ..................... 2-2 (E)
Test Signal (4K CineAlta Logo) Play Back ... 2-2 (E)
Life Management of HDD ....................................... 2-3 (E)
Manual Structure Purpose of this manual This manual is the installation manual of Media Block LMT-200. This manual is intended for use by trained system and service engineers, and describes the information regarding installation.
Related manuals Besides this Installation Manual, the following manuals are available for the LMT-200. . LMT-200 Operating Instructions (supplied with the LMT-200) This manual describes the application and operation of the LMT-200. . LMT-200 Service Manual (available on request) This manual describes the information that premise the service based on main parts replacement. If this manual is required, please contact your local Sony Sales Office/Service Center.
Section 1 Installation 1-1. Cautions before Installation The Hard Disk Drives (HDD) are installed in this unit. The HDD is a precision, delicate part. The causes such as shock, vibration and electro static discharge (ESD) to the unit, and the conditions of temperature and humidity may damage HDD or its data. Before installation, read fully the following cautions, and perform the installation with extra care. Cautions about shock and vibration When transporting and moving; . Pack the unit using the packaging materials specified by the manufacturer. . Use a vibration-less carriage. . Avoid rough routes, and manage the cart gently. When placing on a floor or table; . Put a cushion on stable and horizontal place, and put the unit on it gently. . Do not place the unit near vibrating equipments. For the unit; . Never hit the unit, and drop the tool on the unit. Caution on current condition . Turn off the power of the unit when removing HDD before installation. . Never give any vibration or shock for about 30 seconds after the power is turned off before installation. . Do not apply any current to the chassis in which HDD was removed during installation. . Return HDD to the former slot corresponding to the No. label before applying the current after installation. Cautions about rack mounting the unit . Mount in the rack after removing all built-in HDD from the unit. . Do not give any shock to the HDD-mounted equipment in a rack. Caution about ESD . Keep static-producing items such as plastics (air caps or others) away from the working area. . When touching the HDD unit, be sure to wear a grounded earth-band to protect against ESD. Cautions about temperature and humidity . Temperature and humidity of storage and operating condition must be kept within the correct specified range. . Never turn on the power with the cabinet is removed in consideration of the air-cooling effect. Cautions when an error appears in a HDD . Treat this unit conform to the above cautions, even when an error appeared. . Keep the unit in the condition in which the error appeared, and record the details of the error. LMT-200
1-2. Installation Procedure n Keep the packing materials, such as carton, cushion, and so on after unpacking. When the unit is transported, pack the unit using the supplied materials. The following flowchart shows the installation procedure of this unit. Refer to each item in this manual for details. Start
Determination of installation place
1-3. Operating Conditions and Installation Space 1-4. Power Supply
1-5. Installing the Projector Rack
Installing the HDD unit
1-6. Installing the HDD Unit
1-7. Signal Input and Output 1-8. Connecting Connectors and Cables 1-9. Connection
Checks after connection
1-3. Operating Conditions and Installation Space 1. Set the operating temperature, operation humidity, and storage temperature of this unit in the range described below. Operating temperature +5 dC to +35 dC Operating humidity +35 % to +85 % (No condensation) Storage temperature _20 dC to +60 dC 2. Do not install this unit in the following locations. . Areas where the unit will be exposed to direct sunlight or any other strong lights . Dusty areas or areas where is subjected to vibration . Areas with strong electric or magnetic fields . Areas near heat sources . Areas where is subjected to electrical noise . Areas where is subjected to static electricity noise . Unstable and unbalanced areas 3. To prevent the internal temperature rise, pay attention to circulation of air in the place where this unit is installed. Keep the front side and rear side of this unit 10 cm or more away from the wall in consideration of ventilation.
1-10. Checks after Connection
4. Installation Space c Do not block the ventilation holes. If the ventilation holes are blocked, overheating inside the unit may cause fire. Keep the front side and rear side of this unit 10 cm or more away from the wall in consideration of ventilation. n If the power is turned on with the cabinet removed, the air-cooling effect of the fan is greatly reduced which can result in damaging the board and HDD or its data. Avoid the operation when the cabinet is removed.
Unit : mm
1-4. Power Supply
1-4-2. Recommended Power Cord
1-4-1. Information for Power Supply
Recommended parts For customers in the U.S.A. and Canada: 1 Power cord 125 V 10 A (2.4 m): ! 1-551-812-31 2 Plug holder (Brown): 3-613-640-01
A switching regulator is used for the power supply of this unit. The voltage within the range of 100 V to 240 V can be used without changing the supply voltage. Power voltage: AC 100 V to 240 V Power frequency: 50/60 Hz Current consumption: 3.9 to 1.7 A w This unit has no AC power switch. When installing the unit, incorporate a readily accessible disconnect device in the fixed wiring, or connect the power cord to a socket-outlet which must be provided near the unit and easily accessible, so that the user can turn off the power in case a fault should occur.
For customers in European countries except the United Kingdom: 1 Power cord 250 V 10 A (2.4 m): ! 1-782-929-12 2 Plug holder (Brown): 3-613-640-01 1
If the unit is used in the area except above, please contact your local Sony Sales Office/Service Center. w . Use the specified power cord only. . Do not damage to the power cord. c . Ground the unit safely. . Plug and connector of the power cord must be inserted into the AC inlet as far as they can go.
1-5. Installing the Projector Rack c . Install in a stable space. If the rack mount is installed on an incline or unstable stand, the equipment may fall and cause injury. . Use the specified rack mount rail. If not, it may cause injury by falling off the unit because strength of rail is not enough. . Handling the unit by holding the designated positions. When handling the unit, be sure to hold the following positions. Otherwise, the unit may break and fall, causing injury. . Rack angle . Bottom case Especially, do not hold the front panel or the handle of the power supply unit.
Rack mounting procedure 1. If there is any equipment with an HDD installed in the rack and the main power on, turn off the main power. 2. Remove the four screws from the side of the unit, lift up the unit, and remove the four foot-holder assemblies.
This unit is incorporated into an SRX series projector for use. Using the specified rack mount rail, install this unit properly according to the procedure described below. An unexpected accident such as equipment dropping or rack overturning may occur when this unit is not installed properly. Specified rack mount rail: RMM-10 (option) n Mount in the rack after removing the HDD from the unit. Components of RMM-10 . Rack brackets: . Rack mounting adaptor (right): [Including two screws (B4 x 6: 7-682-560-09)] . Rack mounting adaptor (left): [Including two screws (B4 x 6: 7-682-560-09)] . Rack bracket fixing screws: (B4 x 6: 7-682-560-09) . Adaptor fixing screws (B4 x 10: 7-682-562-09): Required other parts To mount the unit in the rack, the following parts are required. (supplied with the LMT-200) . Rack mounting screws: (+B5 x 12: 7-682-579-09)
2 pcs 1 pc
B4 x 6 Foot-holder assembly
3. Attach the rack brackets on the side panels of the unit with the specified six screws. n Be sure to use B4 x 6 as a screw.
B4 x 6
1 pc 6 pcs 6 pcs
B4 x 6 Rack bracket
n Standard tightening torque value Screw size
Standard tightening torque value
120 x 10_2 N.m (12.2 kgf.cm)
4. Fully loosen the two screws (with drop-safe) and remove the front panel.
Screw (with drop-safe)
7. Fasten the length adjustment screws which are loosened in step 5. 8. Align the crook of the each rack bracket on the side panels of the unit with the rail, then slide the unit backward. n Each rack bracket covers the rails as shown in the figure below.
Screw (with drop-safe) Rail
5. Loosen the screws at the rear side of the each adaptor, then adjust each adaptor length to the rack depth. (Following figure is case of left side.) 9. Fix the unit to the rack with the specified screws. SRX-R series (Projector)
Adaptor Rack angle
Portion of the rail
B5 x 12
B4 x 6
n The maximum depth of an adaptor is 750 mm. The minimum depth of an adaptor is 595 mm.
Screw (with drop-safe) B5 x 12
6. Firmly lay the right and left adaptors in the rack with the specified six screws. (Following figure is case of left side.)
Front panel Screw Rack angle (with drop-safe)
10. Attach the front panel. 31.75
B4 x 10 3U
B4 x 10 Unit : mm
1-6. Installing the HDD Unit m . When installing the HDD unit, be sure to wear a grounded earth-band to protect against ESD. . If the removed HDD unit needs to be put down, place it on a cushion gently. . Put the HDD unit with the board facing up.
3. Insert the HDD unit carefully into the slot corresponding to the number of an HDD number label. Push the lever slowly in the direction of the arrow A for installation when levers begin to rotate. n Insert the HDD unit so that the board on the HDD unit faces to the left when viewed from the front.
Board facing up Slot numbers
HDD No. label
1. Fully loosen the two screws (with drop-safe) and remove the front panel. 2. Open the control panel.
Screw (with drop-safe)
Front panel Screw (with drop-safe)
1-7. Signal Input and Output
1000BASE-T: RJ-45 Modular jack
SPARE 2: RJ-45 Modular jack
AUDIO OUTPUT 1: D-sub 25 pin 13
AUDIO OUTPUT 2: D-sub 25 pin 1
14 <External View>
* Connect the shielding wire of a cable to the shell so as to suppress radiation.
* Connect the shielding wire of a cable to the shell so as to suppress radiation.
CSS: D-sub 15 pin
SPARE 1: D-sub 15 pin 1 6 11
5 10 15
<External View> Pin No.
5 10 15
1 6 11
Connect to an SRX-R series projector using the CSS harness supplied for this unit.
PROJECTOR OUTPUT A/B: MDR 68 pin
Connect to an SRX-R series projector using the PM_Link cable supplied for this unit.
1-8. Connecting Connectors and Cables When connecting cables to various connectors on the rear panel at the time of installing or servicing, connect the following connectors/cable or their equivalents. LMT-200
Sony Part No.
RJ45 CAT6 STP (Shielded Twisted Pair) cable
RJ45 UTP (Unshielded Twisted-Pair) cross cable
AUDIO OUTPUT 1
D-sub 25 pin
AUDIO OUTPUT 2
D-sub 25 pin
Two-core shielded cable
D-sub 15 pin
CSS harness supplied for this unit
PROJECTOR OUTPUT 1
MDR 68 pin
PM_Link cable supplied for this unit
PROJECTOR OUTPUT 2
MDR 68 pin
PM_Link cable supplied for this unit
PROJECTOR SRX-R Series
SMS MAIN CONSOLE
LAN CSS HARNESS PM LINK CABLE PM LINK CABLE
AUDIO PROCESSOR Button
MDR-68P connecter * MDR-68P: Push it once and pull out while pressing the right and left buttons when disconnecting MDR-68P connector.
SRX-R Series OUTPUT A OUTPUT B CSS
Two-core shielded cable
A INPUT C B CN6 on FIS-5 Audio Processor
AUDIO 1 AUDIO 2
1-10. Checks after Connection Followings are check items after connection. Confirm that the unit operates normally by checking each item. MEDIA BLOCK LMT-200
1 2 3 4
No. Check Item
1 Check the lighting color of the READY lamp on the front panel.
2 Check the lighting color of the PLAY lamp on the front panel.
3 Check the lighting color of the ALARM lamp on the front panel.
Some error that may cause a problem during operation occurred.
A fatal error that makes PB operation impossible occurred.
Power was supplied to the corresponding power units.
An error occurred in the corresponding power units. *1)
The corresponding HDD operates normally. Green (blinks) during import to HDD and PB operation
The corresponding HDD is in the initialization state or warning is generated.
An error occurred in the corresponding HDD *2) or HDD is not mounted.
4 Check the lighting color of the POWER lamp on the rear side of the unit.
5 Check the lighting color of the HDD indicator lamp on top of the slot.
* 1) : When replacing the power unit, refer to the Service Manual. * 2) : Refer to the Service Manual for the HDD unit removal procedure.
Section 2 Service Overview 2-1. Cleaning the Air Filter
2-2. Switch Setting
A filter is fitted on the rear side of the front panel of the unit. If accumulated dust on the filter impedes the flow of air, the inside may heat up and troubles may occur. Clean the filter periodically.
2-2-1. IP Address Initialization
Cleaning 1. Turn off the main power of the LMT-200. 2. Remove the front panel. (Refer to Section 1-5.) 3. Remove the filter in the direction of the arrow. S200
4. Remove the dust from the filter using a vacuum. 5. Attach the filter in reverse order of the disassembly procedure.
Set the IP address to factory setting values 192.168.1.10. 1. Remove the front panel. (Refer to Section 1-5.) 2. Set switch S200 on the DP-455 board of the control panel to ON. 3. Turn off the power of this unit and then turn on it. 4. Confirm that indicators D110 (READY), D108 (PLAY), and D112 (ALARM) on the DP-455 board blink. 5. Set switch S200 to OFF. 6. Turn off the power of this unit and then turn on it.
2-2-2. Updating in Case of Emergency This unit can be put into the initial state and updated again when ordinary updating failed due to a communication error.
2-2-3. Test Signal (4K CineAlta Logo) Play Back
1. Remove the front panel. (Refer to Section 1-5.) 2. Set switch S201 on the DP-455 board of the control panel to ON. 3. Turn off the power of this unit and then turn on it. Confirm that indicator D110 (READY) on the DP-455 board lights. 4. Update this unit. 5. Set switch S201 to OFF. 6. Turn off the power of this unit and then turn on it.
In this unit, 4K CineAlta Log is mounted in advance as a sample DCP material and signals can be played back without GUI. n Do not turn off the power during operation because HDD is accessed during PB operation. This may destroy the contents of HDD. 1. Remove the front panel. (Refer to Section 1-5.) 2. Set switch S202 on the DP-455 board of the control panel to ON. 3. Turn off the power of this unit and then turn on it. 4. 4K CineAlta Log is automatically played back after indicator D110 (READY) on the DP-455 board lights. D110 (READY) and D108 (PLAY) blink during PB operation. 5. Set switch S202 to OFF. 6. Confirm that only D110 (READY) lights and that PB operation stops. 7. Turn off the power of this unit.
2-3. Life Management of HDD The HDD of this unit is consumable supplies. Therefore, the HDD must be replaced to maintain the internal data when it reaches the fixed span of life. In this unit, the life state f HDD is represented in the following five levels. . Level 1: Normal state (Ordinary state) HDD that reached the span of life does not exist. . Level 2: Warning level (The ALARM indicator on the front panel of this unit blinks in orange.) Normal projection can be performed. HDD must be replaced. One life HDD exists. The indicator at the top of this HDD slot blinks in orange or lights in red. . Level 3: Error level (The ALARM indicator on the front panel of this unit lights in red.) Normal projection can be performed. Two life HDD exists. For the two indicators at the top of these HDD slots, one lights in red or blinks in orange, and the other blinks in orange. HDD must be replaced immediately. The ALARM indicator on the front panel of this unit lights in red.
HDD whose indicator blinks in orange can be still used, but it almost reached the span of life. This indicates that HDD must be replaced. HDD whose indicator lights in red cannot be used and reached the span of life. HDD must be at the latest replaced before level 3 is reached. Notice that a serious hindrance such as data extinction may be constituted to the operation when HDD reaches level 3 or later. The ALARM indicator on the front panel of this unit comprehensively notifies various failures occurring in this unit. Therefore, the ALARM indicator may light and blink even if troubles other than related to HDD occur. Especially, each indicator state of this unit installed in the enclosure of a projector cannot be viewed from the outside. For example, pay attention during operation because all KDMs are disabled using the CSS (Cavity Security System) function of this unit when opening and closing the door of an enclosure to confirm an indicator. To monitor the HDD state of this unit from the outside of an enclosure, use the HDD-related menu of this unit in SMS. (Refer to the SMS manual separately for details of SMS.)
. Level 4: Error level (The ALARM indicator lights in red.) Level 4 is a state in which level 3 became worse. It is difficult to perform normal projection. In this case, it may be impossible to replace HDD. Multiple life HDDs exist. The two HDD indicators of them light in red. HDD can be replaced even in this state only when no bad spot exists in the sector of the remaining normal HDD (HDD whose indicator does not light in red). . Level 5: Error level (The ALARM indicator lights in red.) Level 5 is a fatal state in which level 4 became worse. There are also some cases where this unit cannot be started. The data in HDD is damaged. It cannot be recovered. Multiple life HDDs exist. The three HDD indicators of them light in red.
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LMT-200 (SY) J, E 3-398-104-02
Printed in Japan 2008. 8 22 ÂŠ2008