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Bolt 300/600/2000 Menu Configuration

BOLT PRO 600/2000 LCD PANEL OPERATION

Status Screens – Cycle through status screens or return from the menu by pressing the red ‘Status’ joystick.

  • Main Status Screen – This screen displays the status of the wireless receiver, along with the current video resolution, frequency, link quality (if connected).
  • Time Code Screen – Displays the current time code if received from the transmitter. 
  • Temperature Status Screen – Displays the current internal temperature of the unit. 

Menu Operation – launch the menu and navigate through it with the black ‘Menu’ joystick.

  • HDMI/SDI Out Format – Select the video output format. You can choose to match the video source resolution by selecting ‘Same as Input,’ or choose from the resolutions listed.
  • USB Output Format – Configures Bolt’s USB video output. Match the output format to the received video format by selecting “Same as Input” or allow the connected computer to set the format by selecting “Set by host.” You can also manually select a video resolution and frame rate.
  • 3D LUT Settings – Select a 3D LUT to apply to the receiver’s video output from the “3D LUT Presets” menu. Choose from full screen or split screen using the “3D LUT Mode” menu
  • Channel Selection – Select one, some, or all of the available frequencies for Bolt to use during transmission. Bolt will dynamically select an operation frequency when multiple values are selected. All channels are selected by default. Channels marked with (DFS) must be scanned for one minute before they can be used, but are typically less crowded versus non-DFS channels. All Configuration changes are sent to connected transmitters.
  • Test Pattern – Select a video output format from this menu to output a test pattern over HDMI and SDI. Return to the previous video by pressing left on the ‘Menu’ joystick
  • Pairing – Select Pairing to link your receiver with another transmitter. Once pairing is activated on the receiver, turn on the transmitter and use a paper clip to hold the reset button (between the DC input and power switch) for 3 seconds and release. The red warning LED and link LEDs will blink to indicate that pairing is active
  • Video Loss Settings – Choose what is displayed when no video is received from the transmitter. The default selection (“Show OSD”) will display messages about the state of the receiver – these can be disabled by selecting “Show Black Screen”.
  • Display Settings – Use these options to control the OLED display operation. You can set the display to invert every 30 minutes (lengthens the display life), or it can dim or turn off after 10 seconds or 10 minutes
  • Reset All Settings – Use this to reset all configurable options to their factory defaults.
  • Device Info – Displays the model and serial number

 

BOLT PRO 300 OSD OPERATION

Status Screens – Activate the status OSD by depressing the joystick button, and cycle through screens by pressing these buttons up or down. Hide the status screen by pressing left.

  • Main Status Screen – This screen displays the status of the wireless receiver, along with the current video resolution, frequency, link quality (if connected).
  • Time Code Screen – Displays the current time code if received from the transmitter. 
  • Temperature Status Screen – Displays the current internal temperature of the unit. 

Menu Operation – launch the menu by pressing right while the OSD is active. Exit from the menu by pressing left to back out of the menus

  • HDMI/SDI Out Format – Select the video output format. You can choose to match the video source resolution by selecting ‘Same as Input,’ or choose from the resolutions listed
  • USB Output Format – Configures Bolt’s USB video output. Match the output format to the received video format by selecting “Same as Input” or allow the connected computer to set the format by selecting “Set by host.” You can also manually select a video resolution and frame rate.
  • 3D LUT Settings – Select a 3D LUT to apply to the receiver’s video output from the “3D LUT Presets” menu. Choose from full screen or split screen using the “3D LUT Mode” menu.
  • Test pattern – Select a video output format from this menu to output a test pattern over HDMI and SDI. Return to the previous video by pressing left on the ‘Menu’ joystick.
  • Pairing – Select Pairing to link your receiver with another transmitter. Once pairing is activated on the receiver, turn on the transmitter and use a paper clip to hold the reset button (between the DC input and power switch) for 3 seconds and release. The red warning LED and link LEDs will blink to indicate that pairing is active.
  • OSD Settings – Choose when to display the OSD. By default, the OSD is displayed when the link is down. “Hidden by default” hides the OSD until it is activated by the joystick. If “Always show OSD” is selected, the OSD will be displayed unless deactivated by the joystick.
  • Reset All Settings – Use this to reset all configurable options to their factory defaults.
  • Device Info – Displays the model and serial number.

 

BOLT MANAGER SOFTWARE

Available at www.teradek.com/pages/downloads, Bolt Manager allows you to configure and upgrade your Bolt Pro 300, 600, and 2000.

Pairing – Displays instructions for pairing Bolt Pro 300, 600, and 2000. When used with first Generation Bolt Pro devices, the pairing screen is used to activate pairing on both TX and RX.

Color Processing - Allows users to apply 3D LUTs directly to a Bolt receiver’s video output, or to add, remove, and modify up to 16 LUTs stored in Bolt’s memory.

Settings – The following settings are available.

  • Region Selection – Configure Bolt Pro to comply with your region’s regulations governing use of the 5GHz spectrum.
  • Frequency Selection (Bolt Pro 600 and 2000 TX only) – Use this to select which channels Bolt Pro will use during operation. Changes made are sent to connected RX devices.

Upgrade – The Upgrade menu allows you to download the latest Bolt firmware from Teradek. The software automatically determines which components of each device need to be updated.

Status – Displays status messages about connected devices and the upgrade process

About – Displays the software version number and License agreement.

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