Mar 272011
 

IRD OPERATIONS 

IRD (Scopus) FRONT PANEL OPERATION

Controls and Displays

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IRD Front Panel Screen Types
The IRD-2900 display has access to the following five screen types:

• Menu navigation screen
• Edit Menu screen
• Table Menu screen
• Edit value screen
• Select value screen 


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1. Menu Navigation Screen

The Menu Navigation screen enables navigating through the tree structure of
the IRD-2900 menu.
In this example, the Menu Navigation screen displays the following items:

IRD Pennal

A.Top line indicates the menu name (Configuration) and the menu hierarchal
position ( 1-2, for example Configuration under the Root menu).
[ Up]/ [ Up/Down]/ [ Down ] symbols indicate that up or down scrolling
is possible.
B. Next up to four displayed lines is a list of numbered items.
C. Additional Available Items
The list can include more than four items, but only four items are visible
at a time. When more than four items are enabled, you can scroll using
the [UP]/[Down] arrow keys on the IRD-2900 front panel.
The currently selected option is displayed with white characters over a
black background (see Item #3 in the example).
To enter the next menu level press [Enter] to select the marked item
(either another Menu Navigation screen or an Edit Menu screen).

2. Edit Menu Screen

The Edit menu screen enables you to select, change or display the value of a
parameter or set of parameters.
In this example, the Edit Menu screen displays the following items:

IRD Edit menu

A. Top line indicates the menu name (Stream) and the menu hierarchal
position (1-2-2, for example Root-Configuration-Stream) in the
IRD-2900 Menu Tree. [ Up]/[ Up/Down]/ [ Down ] symbols indicate
that up or down scrolling is possible.
B. Next up to four displayed lines is a list of numbered items relevant to the
menu and their current values. The information provided for each item in the
list is:
• Left-aligned column displays a numbered list of parameters.
• Right-aligned column displays the value of the parameter.
– Editable parameters have a pencil icon next to them.
– Parameters without the pencil icon are informative only.
C. Additional Available Items
The list can include more than four items, but only four items are visible
at a time. When more than four items are enabled, you can scroll the list
using the [UP]/[Down] arrow keys.
The currently selected option is displayed with white characters over a
black background (see Item #1 in the example).
Press [ESC] to abort the selection or to return to the menu’s previous
level.
Press [Enter] to select the pointed editable option; a parameter-editing screen is displayed. This can be a Table Menu screen, an Edit
Value screen, or a Select Value screen.

3. Table Menu Screen

The Table menu screen displays information about various parameters using a
table format.
In this example, the Table Menu screen displays the following columns:

IRD Menu

A. Top line displays the headers for each table column.
B. Next up to four displayed lines is a numbered list of parameters relevant
to the menu and their current values. A radio button indicates which
parameter is currently active (€ currently enabled and { currently disabled)
C. Additional Available Items
The list can include more than four items, but only four items are visible
at a time. When more than four items are available, you can scroll the list
using the [UP]/[Down] arrow keys.
The currently selected option is displayed with white characters over a
black background (see Item #2 in the example).
Press [ESC] to abort the selection and return to the Edit Menu screen
without changing the parameters.
Press [Enter] to select the currently enabled button €. The selected
option becomes enabled and the former active option is disabled.

4. Edit Value Screen

The Edit Value screen enables setting up a parameter value. The parameter
value can be a number or a string of characters. Each digit or character is set up
individually.
In this example, the Edit Value screen displays the following information:

IRD Pcr

A. Top line displays the parameter name (Pcr1 ). The pencil icon
indicates that the parameter value is editable.
B. Second line displays the current value of the parameter. Changing the
value of the parameter is performed using the arrow keys:
• [Left] and [Right] arrow keys are used to mark a digit or a character
for change. The marked digit or a character is displayed with white
character over black background (see example above)
• [Up] and [Down] arrow keys are used to scroll up or down the digits
(range 0 thru 9) or the characters (a to z, A to Z, 0 to 9 and ctr.). The
scroll range can be limited to prevent setting up values out of range.
C. Third line displays the allowed range of values for the parameter.
Press [ESC] to abort the setup and return one level up to the Edit Value
Screen without changing the parameters.
Press [Enter] to accept the value. The display returns one level up to the
Edit Value Screen and the new value is displayed as the current value of the
parameter.

5. Select Value Screen (Multiple Choices)

The Select Value screen displays a list of selectable items.
In this example, the Select Value screen displays the following information:
Format

IRD Formet

A. Top line displays the parameter name (Format). The pencil icon
indicates that the items are selectable from a list of displayed options.
[ Up]/ [ Up/Down]/ [ Down ] symbols indicate that up or down scrolling
is possible.
B. Next up to four displayed lines is a numbered list of parameters
relevant to the menu and their current values. A radio button indicates
which parameters are currently activated (€ currently enabled and {
currently disabled)
C. Additional Available Items
The list can include more than four items, but only four items are visible
at a time. When more than four items exist, you can scroll the list using
the [UP]/[Down] arrow keys.
The currently selected option is displayed with white characters over a
black background (see Item #4 in the example).
Press [ESC] to abort setup and return one level up of the Select Value
Screen without changing the parameters.
Press [Enter] to select the marked option (the selected option becomes
enabled € and the former enabled option is disabled { ). The display
returns up one level to the Select Value screen; the new option is
displayed as the current option of the parameter.

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