LEM-150 : The world’s First Professional OLED Monitor
The LEM-150 is the first broadcast monitor to utilize an Organic Light Emitting Diode(OLED) display. OLED offers many advantages over conventional flat panel technologies including highest possible contrast ratio and ultra-wide viewing angle(180°). In addition, due to extremely fast pixel response time, LEM-150 offers clean and smooth motion.
Displays the level of the embedded sound signal together with the video signal input through the terminal such as SDI or HDMI.
Blue Only / Mono
Red and Green channels are not used and only Blue or Monochrome channel is used to display the screen. This function is used to adjust the color tones (tones and saturation) of the screen using the SMPTE Color Bar. For example, after displaying the Blue channel, adjust the Color (or Saturation) and Tint (or Hue) so that the original Magenta and Cyan are of the same brightness, and the original Gray and Blue are of the same brightness.
Allows you to check the Blanking area and synchronize signals by displaying the horizontal and vertical intervals in the center of the screen.
Displays user customized 8 characters or source ID or Tally signal of Ancillary (ANC) data on the screen.
Adjusts the Width /Height display ratio.
Various Scan Modes
Controls the size of the image. Overscan: Extra area around the four edges of the image that may not be seen reliably by the viewer. Underscan: Constrains the size of the image so the monitor shows everything the camera is seeing. 1:1 pixel: Displays the original image resolution without scaling to match a certain resolution or an aspect ratio.
Waveform Y: Displays the Luma(Y’), Cb, Cr component of the input signal into waveform.
Vector Scope: Displays the color components ‘B-Y’ and ‘R-Y’of the input signals onto the X-Y axis.