Audio international VCP-010-06-x Installation manual

Installation Manual
VSS-1616-02-x
Multiple Channel Video Selector
Document # 540290
a DeCrane Aircraft Company
7300 Industry Drive, North Little Rock, AR 72117
Phone: 501-955-2929 Fax: 501-955-2988
www.audiointl.com
Audio International, Inc.
VSS-1616-02-x Installation Manual
Document Revision History
Rev. Level
IR
Date
06/2004
Description
Initial Release
Reference Documents
Document #
524955 Rev IR
Description
VSS-1616-02-x Outline Drawing
Service Bulletin List
Service
Bulletin #
Subject
Manual
Revision
Revision
Date
Table of Illustrations
Section #
2.2
6.0
Description
Block Diagram – Typical Application
Reference Drawings
Page #
5
13-14
PROPRIETARY NOTICE: Despite any other copyright notice, this document and information
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Neither this document nor the data contained herein shall be reproduced, used, or disclosed to
anyone without the written authorization of Audio International, Inc.
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Table of Contents
Section
Description
1.0
Page
1.1
1.2
1.3
General Information ………………………………………….
Introduction …………………………………………………….
Purpose of the Equipment ……………………………………
Optional Equipment ……………………………………………
3
3
3
4
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
Application …………………………………………………….
Video Input (Analog)…………………………………………...
Video Output (Analog)…………………………………………
Discrete Interfaces………………………………………….….
Unit ID Strapping……………………………………………….
Block Diagram – Typical Application…………………………
4
4
4
4
4
5
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
Installation …………………………………………………….
Prior to Installation …………………………………………….
Unpacking and Inspection …………………………………….
Cautions & Warnings ………………………………………….
Wiring Requirements ………………………………………….
Physical Characteristics……………………………………….
Electrical Characteristics………………………………………
Mating Connector Information ……………..…………………
Pinout Assignment Descriptions ……………………………..
Post-Installation Test ………………………………………….
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6
6
6
7
9
9
10
11
12
4.1
4.2
Troubleshooting ……………………………………………...
General Troubleshooting Procedures ……………………….
Instructions for Continued Airworthiness……….……….…..
12
12
12
5.0
Specifications …………………………………………………
12
6.0
Reference Drawings …………………………………………
13
2.0
3.0
4.0
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VSS-1616-02-x
Multiple Channel Video Selector
1.0
General Information
1.1
Introduction
This manual contains information for the proper installation of the Audio
International,
Inc.
(AI)
Multiple
Channel
Video
Selector,
Model No: VSS-1616-02-x. The “-x” in the suffix denotes the type of
connector utilized; “-01” = Positronic and “-2” = D-Subminiature. Also
included are physical and electrical characteristics of the unit.
1.2
Purpose of the Equipment
Audio International’s VSS-1616-02-x is a multi-channel cabin video source
selector. The module has 16 independent differential composite video
source inputs and 16 composite independent video outputs. Any video
source input may be routed to any video source output, and all outputs are
capable of providing output for the same single video input source
concurrently. Each video output is capable of driving most CRT and LCD
displays. Output gain 1:1.
The VSS-1616-02-x has a video briefer input for video briefing. Any input
can be configured as the briefer source by using setup software during
initial installation. Initialization software can also be used to determine the
power-up defaults for each output.
For communication interface purposes, the VSS-1616-02-x communicates
over the RS-485 serial data bus interface. Strapping ID pins located on
the unit can be used to allow up to eight (8) identical units to exist on the
same data bus segment by providing a method for which each unit may be
individually addressed.
One (1) discrete ground input is used to provide control of video briefer
activation to the unit.
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Optional Equipment
Audio International, Inc. offers a comprehensive family of Cabin Control
Modules. These modules provide convenient solutions for a variety of
frequently encountered interfacing needs or special requirements and are
an important part of AI’s “building block” system for configuring total cabin
management.
Contact your AI representative for details.
2.0
Application
2.1
Video Input (Analog)
Typical interfaces include various types of video source equipment. This
unit is capable of interfacing and accepting input from all Audio
International and standard COTS (Commercial-Off-The-Shelf) video
source equipment including but not limited to: Camcorder, Live-Feed
Camera, DVD, VCP and VCR players as well as Moving Map Systems
and Personal Game Systems.
2.2
Video Output (Analog)
Typical interfaces include various video distribution and/or signal
manipulation devices. This unit is capable of interfacing and providing
output to all Audio International and standard COTS (Commercial-Off-TheShelf) video devices and/or equipment including but not limited to: Video
Crosspoint Distribution Modules (i.e., A/V-9691, AV-3232), LCD display
monitors, Plasma display monitors, Projectors, Personal Display Devices
and Touch Screen ECU Modules.
2.3
Discrete Interfaces
The VSS-1616-02-x has one (1) discrete interface used for video briefer
control.
Pin number
J1-9
2.4
Active state
Ground Only (<+0.3 VDC)
Inactive state
Open
Unit ID Strapping
This unit incorporates three (3) ID strapping connections to allow up to
eight (8) like units to operate concurrently on the same RS-485 serial data
bus segment independently of each other.
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Block Diagram – Typical Application
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Installation
3.1
Prior to Installation the following items should be considered:
3.1.1 During the design and layout of the aircraft cabin, careful
consideration of the location of this module is necessary. Some of
the items to be considered include:
• Space
• Available power supply
• Environmental conditions (temperature, humidity, etc.)
• Length of cable runs
• Location of other aircraft systems
• Access for service repair
• Convenience for user interface
3.1.2 The VSS-1616-02-x shall be installed to conform to the standards
designated by the customer, installing agency, and existing
conditions as to the unit location and type of installation.
3.1.3 Mounting screws are required to secure the unit. Refer to
Section 6.0, Reference Drawings, for mounting hole diameters and
configuration.
3.2
Unpacking and Inspection
3.2.1 Carefully open the packaging and remove the VSS-1616-02-x.
Verify that all components have been included in the package per
the packing list. Inspect the unit for damage. Retain the packing
materials and packing list.
3.2.2 If damage has occurred during shipping, a claim should be filed
with Audio International WITHIN 24 hours and a Return Request
Authorization Number shall be obtained from AI by contacting the
Repair Department at 501.801.0640. Repackage the unit in its
original packaging materials and return it to AI following instructions
given by the AI representative. Refer to the front cover of this
manual for address. If no return is necessary, retain the packing
list and the packing materials for storage.
3.3
Cautions and Warnings
3.3.1 It is important to do a pin-to-pin power and ground check on all
connectors. Ensure that power and ground are applied only where
specified. Damage to the unit may result if power or ground is
applied to the wrong points.
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3.3.2 DO NOT connect or disconnect the monitor while power is applied.
3.3.3 DO NOT remove any factory-installed screws. Damage to the units
may result and void any warranties.
3.3.4 NO scheduled maintenance is required to ensure continued
airworthiness.
3.3.5 The chassis material and structural design of this unit is such that
the unit is capable of containing fire within the unit. However, the
unit does not provide for waterproof operation.
3.3.6 Active power application to the unit is not recommended. This unit
requires input power to be inactive before making connections to
unit for proper operation.
3.3.7 ESD (Electro Static Discharge) guidelines shall be followed.
3.4
Wiring Requirements
3.4.1 Introduction
The installing agency shall supply and fabricate all external cables
and mating connectors. The length and routing of external cables
should be carefully studied and planned before attempting
installation of the equipment. Allow adequate space for installation
of cable and connectors. Avoid sharp bends and placing cables
near aircraft control cables. Maintain a minimum clearance of
three (3) inches from any control cable. If wiring is run parallel to
combustible fluid or oxygen lines, maintain a separation of six (6)
inches between the lines.
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3.4.2 Power Wires
Audio International recommends that power and ground wires be
22 AWG minimum. The chassis shall be electrically bonded to the
airframe structure by a conductive mounting point with <0.1 Ω
resistance using <50 Ω impedance cable. Aluminum wool, nylon
webbing impregnated with aluminum oxide abrasive or fiber bristle
brushes are the approved tools for removing anodized surfaces at
mounting point where the bonding wire is attached. Power and
Ground wires shall be in accordance with NEMA WC 27500 or
equivalent. Protect power wires with circuit breakers or fuses
located close to the electrical power source bus.
3.4.3 Video Lines
Composite video connections shall be shielded coaxial cable in
accordance with M17/94-RG179 or equivalent.
3.4.4 RS-485 Serial Data Bus
The VSS-1616-02-x is designed to interface with other Audio
International equipment via AI’s proprietary RS-485 serial data bus.
The data bus shall be implemented using a twisted shielded pair
cable in accordance with NEMA WC 27500 or equivalent. The wire
size for the conductors in this cable shall be 22 AWG, MINIMUM.
Shield pins are available for connecting data bus shields when
required.
Refer to AI document 650007 for RS-485 Serial Data Bus design
architecture.
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Physical Characteristics
3.5.1 Refer to Section 5.0 for unit dimensions.
3.5.2 Refer to Section 6.0 for attachment points.
3.5.3 Mounting provisions are provided via four (4) 0.15" diameter
mounting holes – two (2) on each the left and right sides of unit on
provided mounting flanges.
When mounting the unit, allow
sufficient space for mating connectors.
3.5.4 Chassis material is brushed 5052-H32 aluminum sheet metal with a
black anodized finish per MIL-A-8625 to provide proper corrosion
protection.
3.5.5 This unit is capable of being mounted in any orientation whether
horizontal, vertical, inverted, or at an angle.
3.5.6 This unit is capable of intended operation with no internal cooling
fan air circulation and no ventilation holes in the chassis.
Additionally, this unit does not require external direct air cooling for
proper operation provided it is mounted with access to ambient
cabin air exchange. Installation recommendation requires 1"
spacing from other components and structures except the mounting
surface for which the unit should be in direct contact. Installation
location should provide a minimum air-space volume around
installed unit of four (4) cubic inches.
3.6
Electrical Characteristics
Electrical
Video
Nominal Current Draw
Maximum Current Draw
Operating Range
16 Video Inputs
16 Video Outputs
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750 mA @ +28 VDC
1.5 A @ +28 VDC
+18 to +32 VDC
75 Ω, 1 V(p-p) Composite
75 Ω, Gain = 1, Composite
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Mating Connector Information
The unit individual connector designations and mating connector part
numbers are described in this section. For each connector designation,
pin number assignments and interface descriptions are identified and
described accordingly.
All wiring harnesses to the unit shall be supplied and fabricated by the
installing agency.
J1
PART NUMBER
VSS-1616-02-1
VSS-1616-02-2
MATING CONNECTOR
RD9F10JVL0 or equivalent (Positronic Industries)
DEMA-9S or equivalent (ITT Cannon)
J2
PART NUMBER
VSS-1616-02-1
VSS-1616-02-2
MATING CONNECTOR
CBD8W8F00Z00 Female Plug
FCC4102D Female Contact (x8) or equivalent
(Positronic Industries)
DCMM8W8S Female Plug
D53742-1 Female Contact (x8) or equivalent
(ITT Cannon)
J3
PART NUMBER
VSS-1616-02-1
VSS-1616-02-2
MATING CONNECTOR
CBD8W8M00Z00 Male Plug
MCC4102D Male Contact (x8) or equivalent
(Positronic Industries)
DCMM8W8P Male Plug
DM53740-1 Male Contact (x8) or equivalent
(ITT Cannon)
J4
PART NUMBER
VSS-1616-02-1
VSS-1616-02-2
MATING CONNECTOR
CBD8W8F00Z00 Female Plug
FCC4102D Female Contact (x8) or equivalent
(Positronic Industries)
DCMM8W8S Female Plug
D53742-1 Female Contact (x8) or equivalent
(ITT Cannon)
J5
PART NUMBER
VSS-1616-02-1
VSS-1616-02-2
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MATING CONNECTOR
CBD8W8M00Z00 Male Plug
MCC4102D Male Contact (x8) or equivalent
(Positronic Industries)
DCMM8W8P Male Plug
DM53740-1 Male Contact (x8) or equivalent
(ITT Cannon)
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Pinout Assignment Descriptions
Pin #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Pin #
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
J1
Description
+28 VDC Power Input
Ground
Data Bus A (HI)
Data Bus B (LO)
Data Bus Shield
Unit ID 0
Unit ID 1
Unit ID 2
Video Briefer Key Input
Video
Video
Video
Video
Video
Video
Video
Video
J3
Description
Output 0
Output 1
Output 2
Output 3
Output 4
Output 5
Output 6
Output 7
Pin #
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
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Video
Video
Video
Video
Video
Video
Video
Pin #
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
Pin #
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
Video
Video
Video
Video
Video
Video
Video
Video
J2
Description
Input 0
Input 1
Input 2
Input 3
Input 4
Input 5
Input 6
Input 7
Video
Video
Video
Video
Video
Video
Video
Video
J4
Description
Input 8
Input 9
Input A
Input B
Input C
Input D
Input E
Input F
J5
Description
Output 8
Output 9
Output A
Output B
Output C
Output D
Output E
Output F
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Post-Installation Test
3.9.1 Verify source equipment has been loaded with clean, undamaged
material and that all display monitors are properly connected and
ready for viewing.
3.9.2 Verify that +28 VDC power has been properly connected to the
VSS-1616-02-x.
3.9.3 Play selected source material and ensure that the material can be
viewed on the appropriate monitor.
3.9.4 To ensure proper functionality of the unit, all pieces of source
equipment inputting to the VSS-1616-02-x, and all monitors
receiving output from the VSS-1616-02-x should be tested.
4.0
Troubleshooting
4.1
General Troubleshooting Procedures
•
•
•
•
4.2
Verify +28 VDC power is applied to the proper pins on all the units. Use a
voltmeter to verify correct level.
Reset unit(s) by removing power for at least one (1) minute.
Recheck all connections for security and all harness runs for possible
pinching. Recheck all pinouts for application accuracy.
Should difficulties arise in the installation of the unit, contact Audio
International, Inc. Product Support, for assistance.
Instructions for Continued Airworthiness
No periodic scheduled maintenance or calibration is required for continued
airworthiness of the VSS-1616-02-x Multiple Channel Video Selector. If
the unit fails to perform to specifications, it must be removed and serviced
by a qualified service facility.
5.0
Specifications
Physical Specifications
Housing
Weight
Dimensions*
(l x w x h)
Aluminum
Approx. 1.2 lb / 0.5 kg
3.2" x 7.8" x 2.1"
8.1 cm x 19.8 cm x 5.3 cm
* All dimensions are given with tolerances of ±0.03" (±0.08 cm)
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Reference Drawings
The following diagrams show the unit dimensions, mounting locations, and
connector locations for the VSS-1616-02-x.
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