Teradek User Guide

Power and Connect

Updated

Bolt 6 XT/LT

  1. Connect power to the Bolt transmitter and receiver with the included A/C adapter, or if both devices are equipped with battery plate accessories, attach a compatible battery (Gold or V mount).
  2. Connect the output from your video source to either the SDI or HDMI input on the Bolt transmitter.
  3. Connect either the SDI or HDMI output from the Bolt receiver to the video input on your monitor. NOTE: If mounting the receiver upright on a stand above the monitor, use a right-angle SDI adapter to relieve any strain caused by the weight of the cable, and to avoid damaging the SDI output’s internal connectors.
  4. Move the power switches on both the transmitter and receiver to the ON position.

Bolt 6 Monitor Modules

  1. Remove the battery plate from the back.
  2. TX Module - Detach the cover plate from the back of the Bolt 4K Monitor Module to expose the JST connector.
    RX Module - Remove the battery plate from the back of the Bolt 4K Monitor Module to expose the two top mounting holes.
    NOTE: There is no need to disconnect the JST connector.
  3. Place the monitor module firmly against the back of the Smart 7 monitor. Ensure the two top mounting holes, connector pins, and micro USB align with their corresponding terminals.
  4. Insert two M3 socket-head screws through the two top mounting holes on the monitor module and into the back of the monitor (see image below). DO NOT OVER-TIGHTEN.
  5. TX Module - (OPTIONAL) Attach an L-series battery plate to the monitor module, then tighten the four
    Phillips screws.
    RX Module - Reattach the battery plate to the monitor module, then tighten the four Phillips screws.
  6. Insert, then tighten the 1/4”-20 hex screw to secure the monitor module assembly against the back of the monitor (see image below). DO NOT OVER-TIGHTEN.
  7. Attach a compatible battery to the battery plate (optional for TX Module), or connect power to the module’s 6-18V DC input using the included A/C adapter.
    NOTE: Ensure the A/C adapter is connected to the module and NOT the monitor.
  8. Turn the system on by pressing and holding down the monitor’s power button.
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