Status Definitions

If a board, card, or power supply is not present in the system, it is not shown on the list.

Table 1. Status Icons
Icon Definition
Indicates that a component or condition is operating properly.
Indicates that a condition is outside of the normal operating parameters. For example, the temperature inside the panel may be slightly above or below the safe operating temperature.
Indicates a major problem with a component or condition that the switcher is monitoring. For example, the temperature inside the control panel could be dangerously above or below the safe operating temperature. The fail icon will also indicate control panel modules that are not properly assigned to rows.
Table 2. Status Definitions
Component Definition
Driver Status Indicates the status of the FlexDevice drivers that are currently installed on the switcher. A driver can be OK, Obsolete, or Unsupported.
Frame CAN Bus Indicates whether the internal communications between components in the frame are working properly.
Frame Crosspoint Indicates whether the 4RU Crosspoint or 8RU Crosspoint board in the frame is operating in the normal temperature range.
Frame Fans Indicates whether the cooling fans in the frame are operating normally, or that a number of fans have failed.
Frame Graphics Buffer FPGA Temperature Indicates whether the graphics buffer FPGA is operating in the normal temperature range. If the graphics buffer goes over temperature, it is shut down and a warning message is shown on the display.
Frame Output Indicates whether each Video Output board in the frame is operating in the normal temperature range.
Frame Power Supplies Indicates whether there are enough power supplies in the frame, that they are operating normally, or that one, or more, of them has failed. If the status for the power supply is Temperature not available, the temperature sensor in the power supply is not functioning normally. A warning is displayed if a power supply is drawing more than 50A, indicating a possible problem with the power supply or configuration of the frame. Contact Ross Video Technical Support.
Frame Power Supply Fans Indicates whether the fans in the frame power supplies are operating normally.
Frame Present Indicates whether a frame has been detected and is communicating with the control panel. If the message, Unsupported frame board configuration. is displayed, one or more of the boards in the frame is in the wrong slot.
Frame Temperature Indicates whether the temperature of the air coming into the frame (inlet temperature) is in the normal range.
Frame Uptime Indicates the length of time that the frame CPU has been up and running.
Hard Drive Status Indicates whether the hard drive on the Frame CPU board is reporting any Self-Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting Technology (S.M.A.R.T.) warnings or has experiences a complete failure. If a warning or failure is displayed, contact Ross Video Technical Support for information on diagnosing the warning or replacing your hard drive.
Input Board Temperature Indicates whether the video input board is operating in the normal temperature range and the on-board fan is operating normally. IP Input Board refers to the Evertz® IP Input board.
Output Board Temperature Indicates whether the video output board is operating in the normal temperature range. IP Output Board refers to the Evertz® IP Output board.
Panel and Frame Software Versions Indicates if the software version on the control panel is not the same as the software version on the frame. An upgrade must to be performed so that both the frame and the control panel are on the same software version.
Panel Fans Indicates whether the cooling fans in the control panel are operating normally, or that one, or more, of them has failed. The Power Supply Modules that contain the cooling fans are closed units and not field serviceable. If a fan needs to be replaced, the entire module is replaced.
Panel Module Discovery Indicates whether or not all the modules on the control panel have been successfully discovered and set up. If a module is not properly set up, or is not present, a warning is displayed.
Panel OS Version Indicates the current version of Operating System (OS) installed on the control panel, or if your switcher is in a debug mode. Debug mode may cause your control panel to not updated properly. Contact Ross Video Technical Support for information on getting your switcher out of the debug mode.
Panel OS Version Indicates what the current version of the Operating System running on the control panel Control Panel CPU module is and if it is up to date.
Panel PCH Temperature Indicates whether the Panel Communications Hub is operating in a safe temperature range.
Panel Power Supplies Indicates whether the power supplies in the control panel are operating normally, or that one, or more, of them has failed.
Panel Uptime Indicates the length of time that the control panel CPU has been up and running.
PMC Status Indicates whether the Panel Module Controllers are running the current version of software.
Preview Overlay (PV OVL) Temperature Indicates whether the preview overlay FPGA is operating in the normal temperature range.
Reference Indicates whether the current input reference format is properly locked. If the reference is not locked, the time when reference was lost is noted.
SBC CPU Temperature Indicates whether the CPU in the Control Panel CPU module is operating in the normal temperature range.
SBC Motherboard Temperature Indicates whether the motherboard in the Control Panel CPU module is operating in the normal temperature range.
Stuck Buttons Indicates whether there are any stuck buttons on the control panel.
Vid Card Temperatures Indicates whether the 3G Video Processor boards in the frame are operating in the normal temperature range.