Miranda FIO-1901-RT Instruction manual

DENSITÉ series
FIO-1901-TT
3G/HD/SD Electrical to Fiber Optic Converter
Guide to Installation and Operation
M927-0200-100
14 Apr 2011
Miranda
Technologies Inc.
3499 Douglas-B.-Floreani
St-Laurent, Québec, Canada H4S 2C6
Tel. 514-333-1772
Fax. 514-333-9828
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Electromagnetic Compatibility
This equipment has been tested for verification of compliance with FCC Part 15, Subpart B requirements for
Class A digital devices.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to
part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the requirements of the EMC directive
2004/108/CE:
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EN 55022 Class A radiated and conducted emissions
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EN 55024 Immunity of Information Technology Equipment
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EN 61000-3-2 Harmonic current injection
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EN 61000-3-3 Limitation of voltage changes, voltage fluctuations and flicker
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EN 61000-4-2 Electrostatic discharge immunity
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EN 61000-4-3 Radiated electromagnetic field immunity – radio frequencies
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EN 61000-4-5 Surge immunity
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EN 61000-4-11 Voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations immunity
Laser Safety
The single mode transceiver in the SFP module is a Class 1 laser product. It complies with IEC-60825 and FDA 21
CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11. The transceiver must be operated within the specified temperature and voltage limits. The
optical ports of the module shall be terminated with an optical connector or with a dust plug.
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Table of Contents
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FIO-1901-TT 3G/HD/SD Electrical to Fiber Optic Converter ................................................... 1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
2
Installation .................................................................................................................................. 3
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
3
Installation in a Densité-2 frame ......................................................................................................... 3
Installation in a Densité-3 Frame ........................................................................................................ 4
Rear Connector Panel ........................................................................................................................ 6
SFP Modules....................................................................................................................................... 6
Operation .................................................................................................................................... 7
3.1
3.2
3.3
4
Introduction ......................................................................................................................................... 1
Features .............................................................................................................................................. 1
Block Diagram ..................................................................................................................................... 2
Front Card-edge Interface................................................................................................................... 2
Card-Edge Status LED ....................................................................................................................... 7
Local control using the Densité frame control panel ........................................................................... 7
3.2.1 Overview ................................................................................................................................ 7
3.2.2 Menu for local control............................................................................................................. 8
3.2.3 Detailed Operating Procedure ............................................................................................... 8
3.2.3.1
Fail Over ................................................................................................................ 9
3.2.3.2
Output Configuration ............................................................................................. 9
3.2.3.3
Optical Transmitter Status ..................................................................................... 9
3.2.3.4
Reclocker............................................................................................................... 9
3.2.3.5
User Presets .......................................................................................................... 9
3.2.3.6
Alarm configuration ............................................................................................... 9
Remote control using iControl........................................................................................................... 10
3.3.1 The iControl graphic interface window ................................................................................. 10
3.3.2 The Status panel .................................................................................................................. 12
3.3.3 The Reclocker panel ............................................................................................................ 13
3.3.4 The Output & Optical panel.................................................................................................. 13
3.3.5 The Fail Over panel ............................................................................................................. 14
3.3.6 The Factory/Presets panel ................................................................................................... 14
3.3.7 The Alarm Config panel ....................................................................................................... 15
3.3.8 The Info panel ...................................................................................................................... 18
Specifications........................................................................................................................... 20
ANNEX 1 – FIO-1901-TT User Interface (local menu structure) ................................................. 21
ANNEX 2 – Installing the Optical Interface .................................................................................. 22
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1 FIO-1901-TT 3G/HD/SD Electrical to Fiber Optic Converter
1.1
Introduction
The FIO-1901 series are flexible serial digital video To/From Fiber Optic converters for the Densité frames. The FIO1901 series are designed for SD, HD and 3G serial video as well as compressed bit-streams (DVB-ASI). The series
supports any data rate within the range of 19.4 Mbps to 2.97 Gbps and provides a reclocked serial digital video from
270Mbps to 2.97 Gbps. The FIO-1901 series offer five different configurations: Single or dual fiber Tx, single or dual
fiber Rx and a bi-directional fiber Rx/Tx. The series is based on SFP modules that provide easy product maintenance
and flexibility when multiple wavelengths are needed (as for CWDM). The SFP Modules are also hot-swappable.
The FIO-1901 can be installed in the same chassis as a series of interface modules, providing a wide variety of video,
audio and data conversion and multiplexing functions.
The FIO-1901-TT version incorporates dual optical transmitters, and is also available in a WDM version for use with a
single optical fiber.
1.2
Features
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Supports any serial data rate from 19.4 Mbps (ATSC) to 2.97 Gbps (3G SDI)
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Reclocked serial digital video for 270 Mbps, 1.49 Gbps, and 2.97 Gbps
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Provides unidirectional interface between serial digital and fiber optic
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Supports Multiple wavelength from the standard 1310 nm, 1550 nm to multiple CWDM wavelengths
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WDM (1310/1550) solution for dual Tx cards
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Possible to set the Dual Tx modules in a changeover mode.
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Ideal for long video run with “Hum” immunity
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Presence/loss of signal alarm – iControl, on board LED and Densité Control Panel
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SFP Optical power monitoring and report
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Internal SFP temperature alarms on the iControl interface and on the Densité Control Panel
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SFP Module type detections and report mismatch
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Remote monitoring and control
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Convenient front loading design
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The cards and the SFP modules are fully hot swappable
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1.3
Block Diagram
The following block diagrams show the functionality of the FIO-1901-TT. Both versions of the card (Dual Tx, and Dual
Tx with WDM) are illustrated.
Figure 1.1 Functional block diagram of the FIO-1901-TT
1.4
Front Card-edge Interface
The front card-edge of the FIO-1901-TT incorporates two elements:
Select
Status LED (see section 3.1)
Select Button (see section 3.2)
Status
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Select Button
Status LED
Figure 1.2 Front card-edge layout
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2 Installation
Miranda Densité-series cards are each associated with a rear connector panel, which must be installed in the Densité
frame before the card can be inserted.
The FIO-1901-TT card is sized to fit into Miranda’s Densité-2 frame. One rear connector panel is available to fit the
Densité 2 frame:
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FIO-1901-TT-SRP – 1 fiber input and 2 electrical outputs
See section 2.1 below for installation instructions.
With the use of available adapters, the FIO-1901-TT and its rear panel can also be installed in a Densité-3 frame. See
section 2.2 below for details.
2.1
Installation in a Densité-2 frame
All cards and rear panels can be installed with the frame power on. The card has connectors which plug into a midframe mother board for distribution of power and for connection to the controller card, and a second connector which
plugs directly into the rear connector panel for input and output.
The rear connector panel must be installed with the card out of the frame.
- To remove an existing card from the slot, tilt up the swivel handle on the front of the card to lever the connectors
apart, then use the handle to pull the card straight out of the slot.
Installing the connector panel:
1. If a card is installed in the slot whose rear panel is being changed, remove it as described above.
2. Remove the existing panel (either blank or belonging to an existing card that is being changed) by releasing the
captive screw(s) at the bottom.
3. Position the new panel and secure it in place with the captive screw(s) at the bottom.
Densité-2 frame – rear panel installation
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Installing the card
Once a matching rear connector panel has been installed, install the FIO-1901-TT card as follows:
1. Open the front panel of the frame.
2. Slide the FIO-1901-TT card into the slot with the swivel handle at the top, and push gently on the handle to seat
the connectors.
3. Close the front panel of the frame.
2.2 Installation in a Densité-3 Frame
All cards and rear panels can be installed with the frame power on. The card has connectors which plug into a midframe mother board for distribution of power and for connection to the controller card, and a second connector which
plugs directly into the rear connector panel for input and output.
The rear connector panel must be installed with the card out of the frame.
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To remove an existing card from the slot, tilt up the swivel handle on the front of the card to lever the connectors
apart, then use the handle to pull the card straight out of the slot.
The Densité-3 frame supports many Miranda Densité-2 series cards, including the FIO-1901-TT. Should you wish to
install the FIO-1901-TT card in your Densité-3 frame, you will need an adapter for the card as well as an adapter for
the rear panel. These adapters extend the height of the Densité-2 devices so that they will fit into the slots of the 3 RU
Densité-3 frame.
Card adapter:
There are 3 different types of adapters available,
depending on the Densité 2 card geometry, so be
sure to order the adapter designed to fit the FIO1901-TT card:
Densité 3 – EXT A
Install the adapter on the FIO-1901-TT as follows:
1. Fit the top edge of the card into the holding
slot along the bottom edge of the adapter.
2. Align the holes in the top of the card with the
holes on the adapter, and secure them
together with the two provided screws and
lock washers, as shown in the figure.
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Rear adapter:
The FIO-1901-TT-SRP rear panel requires the following adapter for use in a Densité-3 frame:
DENSITE SRP-3RU
Installing the adapter and connector panel
Install the adapter and the rear panel as follows:
1. Position the adapter at the top of the empty
slot on the rear of the frame.
2. Use the captive screw in the adapter to
fasten it securely in position.
3. Slip the top of the rear panel into the slot at
the bottom of the adapter, and secure it to the
frame using the captive screw at the bottom of
the panel.
Installing the card
Once the rear connector panel has been installed,
insert the FIO-1901-TT card with attached adapter
as follows:
1. Open the front panel of the Densité-3 frame.
2. Slide the FIO-1901-TT card into the slot with
the swivel handle at the top, and push gently
on the handle to seat the connectors.
3. Close the front panel of the frame.
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2.3
Rear Connector Panel
The FIO-1901-TT-SRP single-slot rear panel, mounted in a Densité 2 or Densité 3 frame, incorporates these
connectors:
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One socket for inserting a fiber transmitter SFP module – see the list of supported modules below.
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Two BNC connectors for the 3G/HD/SD SDI inputs.
Figure 2.1 FIO-1901-TT-SRP Rear Panell
2.4
SFP Modules
The FIO-1901-TT supports the following SFP optical interface modules:
FIO-1901-TT Model #
Description of associated SFP module
FIO-1901-TT-C27C29-LC
Dual 3G/HD/SD optical CWDM Tx, 1271/1291 nm, LC/PC connector
FIO-1901-TT-C31C33-LC
Dual 3G/HD/SD optical CWDM Tx, 1311/1331 nm, LC/PC connector
FIO-1901-TT-C35C37-LC
Dual 3G/HD/SD optical CWDM Tx, 1351/1371 nm, LC/PC connector
FIO-1901-TT-C39C41-LC
Dual 3G/HD/SD optical CWDM Tx, 1391/1411 nm, LC/PC connector
FIO-1901-TT-C43C45-LC
Dual 3G/HD/SD optical CWDM Tx, 1431/1451 nm, LC/PC connector
FIO-1901-TT-C47C49-LC
Dual 3G/HD/SD optical CWDM Tx, 1471/1491 nm, LC/PC connector
FIO-1901-TT-C51C53-LC
Dual 3G/HD/SD optical CWDM Tx, 1511/1531 nm, LC/PC connector
FIO-1901-TT-C55C57-LC
Dual 3G/HD/SD optical CWDM Tx, 1551/1571 nm, LC/PC connector
FIO-1901-TT-C59C61-LC
Dual 3G/HD/SD optical CWDM Tx, 1591/1611 nm, LC/PC connector
FIO-1901-THTH-C27C29-LC
High Power Dual 3G/HD/SD optical CWDM Tx, 1271/1291 nm, LC/PC connector
FIO-1901-THTH-C31C33-LC
High Power Dual 3G/HD/SD optical CWDM Tx, 1311/1331 nm, LC/PC connector
FIO-1901-THTH-C35C37-LC
High Power Dual 3G/HD/SD optical CWDM Tx, 1351/1371 nm, LC/PC connector
FIO-1901-THTH-C39C41-LC
High Power Dual 3G/HD/SD optical CWDM Tx, 1391/1411 nm, LC/PC connector
FIO-1901-THTH-C43C45-LC
High Power Dual 3G/HD/SD optical CWDM Tx, 1431/1451 nm, LC/PC connector
FIO-1901-THTH-C47C49-LC
High Power Dual 3G/HD/SD optical CWDM Tx, 1471/1491 nm, LC/PC connector
FIO-1901-THTH-C51C53-LC
High Power Dual 3G/HD/SD optical CWDM Tx, 1511/1531 nm, LC/PC connector
FIO-1901-THTH-C55C57-LC
High Power Dual 3G/HD/SD optical CWDM Tx, 1551/1571 nm, LC/PC connector
FIO-1901-THTH-C59C61-LC
High Power Dual 3G/HD/SD optical CWDM Tx, 1591/1611 nm, LC/PC connector
FIO-1901-TT-S13S13-LC
Dual 3G/HD/SD Optical Transmitters 1310nm LC/PC Connectors
FIO-1901-TT-W13W15-LC
Dual 3G/HD/SD Optical Transmitter 1310nm & 1550nm WDM - LC/PC Connector
See ANNEX 2 – Installing the Optical Interface on page 22 for instructions on installing and removing SFP modules.
Note that when WDM (Wavelength Division Multiplexing) or CWDM modules are installed, the outputs of the two
optical transmitters (operating at the wavelengths indicated in the chart) are multiplexed onto a single optical fiber.
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3 Operation
3.1
Card-Edge Status LED
The status monitor LED is located on the front card-edge of the FIO-1901-TT, and is visible through the front access
door of the DENSITÉ frame. This multi-color LED indicates the status of the FIO-1901-TT by color, and by
flashing/steady illumination.
The chart shows how the various error conditions that can be flagged on the FIO-1901-TT affect the LED status.
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If a cell is gray, the error condition cannot cause the LED to assume that status
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If more than one LED status is possible for a particular error condition, the status is configurable.
See Sections 3.2.3.6 and 3.3.7 for details.
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The factory default status is shown by a ›
The LED will always show the most severe detected error status that it is configured to display, and in the chart error
severity increases from left to right, with green representing no error/disabled, and flashing red the most severe error.
Card-edge LED Status
Error Condition
No errors
Green
Yellow
Flashing
Yellow
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›
›
No SFP module present
›
Card / Rear panel / SFP module mismatch
›
No Rear
›
SFP Temperature
›
Card is selected for local control
Firmware Update
Flashing
Red
›
No input signal presence (A or B)
No lock on input signal (A or B)
Red
›
If the LED is Flashing Yellow, it means that the card is selected for local control using the Densité frame’s control
panel, or that the card is booting up. See Section 3.2 for details.
3.2
3.2.1
Local control using the Densité frame control panel
Overview
Push the SELECT button on the FIO-1901-TT card edge (see Section 1.4) to assign the local control panel to operate
the FIO-1901-TT. Use the control panel buttons to navigate through the menu, as described below.
All of the cards installed in a Densité frame are connected to the frame’s controller card, which handles all interaction
between the cards and the outside world. There are no operating controls located on the cards themselves. The
controller supports remote operation via its Ethernet ports, and local operation using its integrated control panel.
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The local control panel is fastened to the controller card by a hinged
connector, and when installed is located in the front center of the
frame, positioned in front of the power supplies. The panel consists
of a display unit capable of displaying two lines of text, each 16
characters in length, and five pushbuttons.
CONTROLLER
The panel is assigned to operate any card in the frame by pushing
the SELECT button on the front edge of that card.
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Pushing the CONTROLLER button on the control panel
selects the Controller card itself.
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The STATUS LED on the selected card flashes yellow.
ESC
+
-
SELECT
Figure 3.1 Densité Frame local control panel
The local control panel displays a menu that can be navigated using the four pushbuttons located beneath the display.
The functionality of the pushbuttons is as follows:
[+] [–]
Used for menu navigation and value modification
[SELECT] Gives access to the next menu level. When a parameter value is shown, pushing this button once
enables modification of the value using the [+] and [–] buttons; a second push confirms the new value
[ESC]
Cancels the effect of parameter value changes that have not been confirmed; pushing [ESC] causes the
parameter to revert to its former value.
Pushing [ESC] moves the user back up to the previous menu level. At the main menu, [ESC] does not
exit the menu system. To exit, re-push the [SELECT] button for the card being controlled.
If no controls are operated for 30 seconds, the controller reverts to its normal standby status, and the selected card’s
STATUS LED reverts to its normal operating mode. If a parameter was changed on the card but not submitted
(SELECT was not pressed) and the 30 second timeout occurs, the parameters will be confirmed as if the SELECT key
had been pressed.
3.2.2
Menu for local control
The FIO-1901-TT has operating parameters which may be adjusted locally at the controller card interface.
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Press the SELECT button on the FIO-1901-TT front card edge to assign the Densité frame’s local control
panel to the FIO-1901-TT
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Use the keys on the local control panel to step through the displayed menu to configure and adjust the FIO1901-TT
The complete menu structure is shown in the Annex to this document, beginning on page 21.
3.2.3
Detailed Operating Procedure
The basic operating characteristics of the FIO-1901-TT can be adjusted using the local control panel.
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Refer to the menu on page 21 for help in accessing the indicated items.
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In all sets of optional values for a parameter, the underlined value is the default value.
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3.2.3.1 Fail Over
When Failover mode is activated, the FIO-1901-TT is configured with Electrical In A as the source for both outputs,
and Electrical In B as the backup. If Electrical In A fails, the outputs will be switched over to Electrical In B (if it is
valid), after a defined delay. The delay can be set between 0 and 15 seconds, in order to accommodate deliberate or
anticipated breaks in the input data stream.
Mode:
Fail Delay:
[OFF, ON]
[0, 1, 2, 3, 4, …, 15] seconds
3.2.3.2 Output Configuration
Manually configure the input-to-output connections. Each of the two optical outputs can be connected to either of the
two electrical inputs. The default is A-to-A and B-to-B.
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When Failover is ON, the configuration is fixed and the settings made here are overridden.
Output TxA
Output TxB
[Electrical In A, Electrical In B]
[Electrical In A, Electrical In B]
3.2.3.3 Optical Transmitter Status
Turn each of the optical transmitters ON or OFF independently.
Optical TxA:
Optical TxB:
[OFF, ON]
[OFF, ON]
3.2.3.4 Reclocker
Enable reclocking of the video data stream on each of the electrical inputs independently. The reclocker operates at
the video standard rates of SD (270Mbps), HD (1.49Gbp), and 3G (2.97Gbps).
Electrical IN A:
Electrical IN B:
[ON, BYPASS]
[ON, BYPASS]
3.2.3.5 User Presets
The FIO-1901-TT has five data storage registers that can save the device configuration. Each register can be saved
independently by the user, and the device can be reconfigured from the contents of any of the registers by the user.
LOAD: [USER1, USER2, USER3, USER4, USER5] Load the contents of the preset into the FIO-1901-TT
SAVE: [USER1, USER2, USER3, USER4, USER5] Save the configuration of the FIO-1901-TT into the preset
3.2.3.6 Alarm configuration
The following configurable alarms are listed in the menu:
ELE.A NO LOCK
ELE.A NO SIGNAL
ELE.B NO LOCK
ELE.B NO SIGNAL
SFP TEMPERATURE
R/SFP MISMATCH
NO SFP
(Electrical input A not locked)
(Electrical input A no signal)
(Electrical input B not locked)
(Electrical input B no signal)
(temperature on the SFP module)
(any mismatch between the card type / rear panel type / installed SFP module type)
(no SFP module installed)
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For each alarm, select how it will be displayed on the card-edge Status LED.
Alarm level:
[GREEN, YELLOW, RED, FLASH RED]
For each alarm, select whether it will be reported on the GPI output of the frame controller.
Alarm report: [NONE, GPI]
3.3
Remote control using iControl
The operation of the FIO-1901-TT may be controlled using Miranda’s iControl system.
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This manual describes the control panels associated with the FIO-1901-TT and their use.
Please consult the iControl User’s Guide for information about setting up and operating iControl.
In iControl Navigator or iControl Websites, double-click on the FIO-1901-TT icon to open the control panel.
3.3.1
The iControl graphic interface window
The basic window structure for the FIO-1901-TT is shown in figure 3.2. The window identification line gives the card
type and the slot number where the card is installed in its Densité frame.
There are three main sections in the window itself, identified in figure 3.2:
1
2
3
Figure 3.2 FIO-1901-TT iControl graphic interface window
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1. The top section displays icons on the left. These icons report the
status of some parameters associated with this FIO-1901-TT. Figure
3.3 shows the three icons that appear.
Move the mouse over an icon and a status message appears below the
icon providing additional information.
If there is an error, the error status message appears in the message
area without mouse-over.
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Icon # 1
2
3
If there are multiple errors, the error messages cycle
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The icon whose status or error message is shown is highlighted
with a mauve background
The table below lists the various status icons that can appear, and how
they are to be interpreted.
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Figure 3.3 iControl Status Icons
In cases where there is more than one possible interpretation, read the error message in the iControl window to
see which applies.
Table – iControl Status Icon interpretation
Icon #1 – Manual Card Configuration
Remote card control activated. The iControl interface can be used to operate the card
(green)
Local card control active, The card is being controlled using the Densité frame control
panel, as described in section 3.2. Any changes made using the iControl interface will have
no effect on the card.
(yellow)
Icon #2 – In A status
Signal detected and valid.
(green)
Input signal error
(red)
No rear
No electrical input
(grey)
Icon #3 – In B status
Signal detected and valid.
(green)
Input signal error
(red)
No rear
No electrical input
(grey)
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Section 2. The left portion of the window contains access buttons for all the parameter groups, which become
highlighted when they are selected; the main panel (3) then displays the group’s set of parameters. Each of the
groups is described in detail below.
Section 3. The main panel contains all the parameters specific to the group selected.
Each of the panels associated with the groups accessed from the buttons in Section 2, and shown in Section 3, is
described individually in the following sections.
3.3.2
The Status panel
This panel reports the status of this FIO-1901-TT card, its
rear panel, its SFP module, and the signals arriving at the
electrical inputs on the rear panel.
ELECTRICAL IN A and ELECTRICAL IN B
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Shows the incoming data rate when a signal is
successfully received (green icons)
Identifies No Signal or No Lock conditions (red icons)
Rear Type – the data box identifies the rear panel installed
in the Densité frame for this FIO-1901-TT.
Rear mismatch – the icon is green when a compatible rear
panel is installed and red when an incompatible rear panel is
installed.
SFP - the data box identifies the SFP module installed in the
rear panel for this FIO-1901-TT.
SFP mismatch – the icon is green when a compatible SFP
module is installed and red when an incompatible SFP
module is installed.
Figure 3.4 Status panel
SFP Info – the data boxes in this section give information
about the SFP module itself, and measured data about the operating status of the two transmitters TX-A and TX-B
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3.3.3
The Reclocker panel
Use the radio buttons to enable reclocking of the video data
stream on each of the electrical inputs independently.
The reclocker operates at the video standard rates of
SD (270 Mbps), HD (1.485 Gbps), and 3G (2.97 Gbps):
ON – reclock the data before passing it to the output
BYPASS – pass the data stream through without reclocking
Figure 3.5 Reclocker panel
3.3.4
The Output & Optical panel
Output Config
Manually configure the input-to-output connections. Each of
the two optical outputs can be connected to either of the two
electrical inputs. The default is A-to-A and B-to-B.
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When Fail Over is ON, the configuration is fixed and
the settings made here are overridden. See section
3.3.5 below.
Optical Config
Use the radio buttons to switch the two optical transmitters
ON or OFF independently.
Figure 3.6 Output & Optical panel
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3.3.5
The Fail Over panel
When Fail Over mode is activated, the FIO-1901-TT is
configured with Electrical In A as the source for both
outputs, and Electrical In B as the backup. If Electrical In A
fails, the outputs will be switched over to Electrical In B (if it
is valid), after a defined delay. The delay can be set
between 0 and 15 seconds, in order to accommodate
deliberate or anticipated breaks in the input data stream.
Mode:
Use the radio buttons to set the Fail Over
operating mode to OFF or ON
Fail Delay: Use the slider to set the delay between the
detection of a failure on Electrical In A and the
switchover to Electrical In B (range is 0 to 15
seconds)
Note that turning this mode ON overrides the output
configuration set in the Output & Optical panel. See
section 3.3.4 above.
Figure 3.7 Fail Over panel
3.3.6
The Factory/Presets panel
Click the Load Factory button to reset all parameters on
this FIO-1901-TT card to factory default values.
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The factory default values are shown underlined in the
menu found in the Annex to this document, beginning
on page 21.
User Presets
The FIO-1901-TT has memory registers which can hold up
to 5 user-defined parameter settings.
Select any one of the five presets using the pull-down list.
The name of the currently-selected User Preset is shown on
the name bar.
Click Load to load the contents of the selected User Preset
into the FIO-1901-TT. All parameter settings and values will
be replaced by the contents of the selected User Preset.
Click Save to store the current parameter settings and
values from the FIO-1901-TT into the selected User Preset.
The existing contents of the preset will be overwritten
without asking for confirmation.
Figure 3.8 Factory / Presets panel
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3.3.7
The Alarm Config panel
This panel allows the alarm
reporting of the FIO-1901-TT
to be configured.
Click on the Alarm Config
button to open the Alarm
Configuration window.
The Alarm Configuration
window is organized in
columns
Figure 3.9 Alarm Configuration panel
Status/Name
This contains an expandable tree listing all the alarms reported by this FIO-1901-TT card.
•
Each alarm name includes an icon that shows its current status
The Card LED, Overall alarm and GSM contribution columns contain pulldown lists that allow the level of
contribution of each individual alarm to the alarm named in the column heading to be set.
¾
Click on the alarm icon to see the available levels; then click on one to select it
Card LED
This column allows configuration of the contribution of each individual alarm to the status reported by the Status
LED on the front edge of the FIO-1901-TT card, visible through the front door of the Densité frame.
Overall Alarm
This column allows configuration of the contribution of each individual alarm to the Overall Alarm associated with
this card. The Overall Alarm is shown in the upper left corner of the iControl panel, and also appears at the bottom
of the Status/Name column.
GSM Contribution
This column allows configuration of the contribution of each individual alarm to the GSM Alarm Status associated
with this card. GSM is a dynamic register of all iControl system alarms, and is also an alarm provider for external
applications. The possible values for this contribution are related to the Overall alarm contribution:
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• If the Overall alarm contribution is selected as Disabled, the GSM alarm contribution can be set to any available
value
• If the Overall alarm contribution is selected as any level other than disabled, the GSM contribution is forced to
follow the Overall Alarm.
Levels associated with these alarms:
The pulldown lists may contain some or all of the following options:
The alarm makes no contribution (black icon)
The alarm is of minor importance (yellow icon)
The alarm is of major importance (orange icon)
The alarm is of critical importance (red icon)
The alarm exists but has no effect (used for text and composite alarms)
Shortcut: if you click on one of the “Set All” boxes in the Card LED, Overall Alarm or GSM Contribution columns,
you will open a pulldown that lets you assign a level to all alarms in that section of the column simultaneously.
Log Events
iControl maintains a log of alarm events associated with the card. The log is useful for troubleshooting and identifying
event sequences. Click in the checkbox to enable logging of alarm events for each individual alarm.
At the bottom of the window are several other controls.
Overall alarm and GSM contribution follow card LED
Click in the checkbox to force the Overall alarm and GSM contribution to be identical to the Card LED status
•
All Overall alarms and GSM contributions for which there is a Card LED alarm will be forced to match the Card
LED alarm
•
All Overall Alarms and GSM contributions for which there is no Card LED alarm will be forced to Disabled
A warning box will open allowing you to confirm the action,
since it will result in changes to the configuration and there
is no undo function.
Figure 3.10 Warning for Follow LED change
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Copy to other cards
Click this button to open a panel that allows the
alarm configuration set for this card to be copied
into another FIO-1901-TT card.
•
Select one or more destination cards from
the list in the window by clicking in the
checkboxes, or all of them by clicking in the
All checkbox
Figure 3.11 Copy to Other Cards
Get alarm keys
Click this button to open a save dialog where you
can save a file containing a list of all alarms on
this card and their current values, along with an
Alarm Key for each. The alarm keys are useful for
system integration and troubleshooting.
•
The file is saved in .csv format
Figure 3.12 Save dialog for Get Alarm Keys
OK, Apply, Cancel
•
OK accepts the settings and closes the window once the card confirms that there are no errors.
•
Apply accepts the settings, but leaves the window open
•
Cancel closes the window without applying any changes, and leaves the previous settings intact.
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3.3.8
The Info panel
When the FIO-1901-TT is included in an iControl
environment, certain information about the card should be
available to the iControl system. The user can enter labels
and comments that will make this card easy to identify in a
complex setup. This information is entered into data boxes in
this panel.
Label:
type the label that is shown for this FIO-1901TT when it appears in iControl applications
Short Label
type the short-form label that iControl uses in
some cases (8 characters)
Source ID
type a descriptive name for this FIO-1901-TT
Comments:
type any desired text
The remaining data boxes show manufacturing information
about this card.
Figure 3.13 Info panel
Three buttons in the panel give access to other information.
• Details…: Reports the Firmware version, service version,
and panel version for this card
Figure 3.14 Details window
• Advanced…: Shows the Miranda LongID for this card. The
Miranda LongID is the address of this FIO-1901-TT in the iControl
network.
Figure 3.15 Advanced window
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• Remote System Administration – opens the Joining Locators window,
which lists remote lookup services to which this FIO-1901-TT is
registered.
Add: Force the iControl service for this FIO-1901-TT to register itself
on a user-specified Jini lookup service, using the following syntax in
the data box:
jini://<ip_address>
where <ip_address> is the ip address of the server running the
lookup service, e.g.:
Figure 3.16 Joining Locators window
Remove: select one of the services listed in the window by clicking on it, and click Remove to open a query
box allowing you to delete it from the window.
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4
Specifications
ELECTRICAL INPUT (2)
Signal:
3G/HD/SD SDI SMPTE 424M, 292M, and 259M-C compliant
Supported data rates:
Reclocker bypassed – all rates between 19.4 Mbps and 3 Gbps
Reclocked data at 270, 1483.5, 1485, 2967, 2970 Mbps
EN50 83-9 DVB-ASI 270 Mbps
Cable length: (Belden1694A):
3G:
HD:
SD:
Return loss:
15 dB up to 1.5 GHz
10 dB from 1.5 GHz to 3 GHz
70 m (180’) @ 3 Gbps
130 m (400’) @ 1.5 Gbps
380 m (1000’) @ 270 Mbps
OPTICAL OUTPUT (2)
Optical:
SMPTE-297M-2006 compliant
TX CHANNEL
Wavelength:
Tx Power:
1310 nm single mode on LC Connectors
1310 nm & 1550nm single mode on LC Connectors
Min
Max
SFP-TT-S13S13-LC:
-5 dBm
0 dBm
SFP-TT-CXXCYY-LC
-6 dBm
-3 dBm
(DFB laser)
0 dbm
4 dBm
(DFB laser)
-5 dBm
0 dBm @1310 nm
(Fabry-Perot laser)
-6 dBm
-3 dBm @1550 nm
SFP-THTH-CXXCYY-LC
SFP-TT-W13W15-LC
PROCESSING PERFORMANCE
Signal path:
10 bits
Latency:
< 6 ns
Power:
< 5W
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ANNEX 1 – FIO-1901-TT User Interface (local menu structure)
STATUS
NO REAR, FIO-1901-RR-SRP, FIO-1901-TT-SRP, FIO-1901-RT-SRP, FIO-1901-R-SFP, FIO-1901-T-SRP
REAR MISMATCH
ELE.INA
This item does not appear if the rear is matched to the card type
NO LOCK, NOSIGNAL, 270 Mbps, 1.5 Gbps, 3 Gbps
ELE.INB
NO LOCK, NOSIGNAL, 270 Mbps, 1.5 Gbps, 3 Gbps
NO SFP, SFP-RR-LC, SFP-TT-S13S13-LC, SFP-RT-S13-LC, SFP-R-LC, SFP-T-S13-LC,
SFP-RR-W-LC, SFP-TT-C27C29-LC, SFP-TT-C31C33-LC, SFP-TT-C35C37-LC, SFP-TT-C39C41-LC,
SFP-TT-C43C45-LC, SFP-TT-C47C49-LC, SFP-TT-C51C53-LC, SFP-TT-C55C57-LC,
SFP-TT-C59C61-LC, SFP-TT-W13W15-LC
SFP MISMATCH
This item does not appear if the SFP is matched to the card type and rear
SFP VENDOR NAME (ex: GENNUM, OE ELECTRONICS,…)
SFP PART NUMBER (ex GO2922)
Only if matched SFP present
SFP REVISION
SFP TEMPERATURE (ex: [TEMP: LOW, NORMAL, HIGH])
FAIL OVER
MODE
FAIL DELAY
[OFF, ON]
[0,…,3,…,14,15] seconds
OUTPUT CONFIG
OUTPUT TxA
OUTPUT TxB
[ELECTRICAL IN A, ELECTRICAL IN B]
[ELECTRICAL IN A, ELECTRICAL IN B]
OPTICAL Tx
OPTICAL TxA
OPTICAL TxB
[OFF, ON]
[OFF, ON]
RECLOCKER
ELECTRICAL IN A
ELECTRICAL IN B
[ON, BYPASS]
[ON, BYPASS]
USER PRESET
LOAD
SAVE
[USER 1 ,USER 2, USER 3, USER 4, USER 5]
[USER 1 ,USER 2, USER 3, USER 4, USER 5]
CONFIG ALARMS
ELE.A NO LOCK
ALARM LEVEL
ALARM REPORT
[GREEN, YELLOW, RED, FLASH RED]
[NONE, GPI]
ELE.A NO SIGNAL
ALARM LEVEL
ALARM REPORT
[GREEN, YELLOW, RED, FLASH RED]
[NONE, GPI]
ELE.B NO LOCK
ALARM LEVEL
ALARM REPORT
[GREEN, YELLOW, RED, FLASH RED]
[NONE, GPI]
ELE.B NO SIGNAL
ALARM LEVEL
ALARM REPORT
[GREEN, YELLOW, RED, FLASH RED]
[NONE, GPI]
SFP TEMPERATURE
ALARM LEVEL
ALARM REPORT
[GREEN, YELLOW, RED, FLASH RED]
[NONE, GPI]
R./SFP MISMATCH
ALARM LEVEL
ALARM REPORT
[GREEN, YELLOW, RED, FLASH RED]
[NONE, GPI]
NO SFP
ALARM LEVEL
ALARM REPORT
[GREEN, YELLOW, RED, FLASH RED]
[NONE, GPI]
VERSION
Only if Fail Over mode is OFF
FIO-19TT: XXX
CPU BUILD: YYY
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ANNEX 2 – Installing the Optical Interface
Installing and removing the Fiber I/O interface cartridge requires special care. This annex describes the process.
The FIO-1901-TT-SRP rear panel incorporates a fiber optic interface. The interface consists of two parts:
•
A socket on the rear panel into which an SFP interface module is plugged
•
An SFP (Small Form-factor Pluggable) module into which the optical fibers are plugged, and which incorporates
the optical/electrical interface
Cautions and Warnings
SFP Transmitter modules contain a class 1 laser, which emits invisible radiation whenever the module is
powered up. Because the SFP is hot-swappable, the module may be powered up as soon as it is installed.
DO NOT LOOK INTO AN OPERATING SFP MODULE’S CONNECTORS, AS EYE DAMAGE MAY RESULT.
The SFP module is sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD). It is recommended that you use an ESDpreventive wrist strap grounded to the Densité chassis while handling the SFP module.
SFP modules are subject to wear, and their useful lifetime is reduced each time they are inserted or removed.
Do not remove them more often than is absolutely necessary.
Never remove or install an SFP module with the fiber optic cables connected. Damage to the cables could
result.
The presence of dust and debris can seriously degrade the performance of an optical interface. It is
recommended that you insert a dust plug into the SFP module whenever a fiber optic cable is not connected.
Installing an SFP module
1. Make sure that the bale clasp lever is in the closed position
2. Position the SFP module so that the recessed slot is lined up with the
tab side of the socket.
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3. Slide the module straight into the socket, and push gently until it
clicks into position.
Connecting the fiber optic cables
1. Remove the dust plug from the SFP module if present
2. Verify that both the exposed end of the optical fiber in the LC connector and the fiber stub within the SFP
module are clean
• Carefully remove any debris if necessary – see the note below.
3. Plug the LC-terminated fiber optic cable into the SFP module
Keep the connection clean!
The physical interface between two optical fibers is the critical point in a fiber system. The two fibers must
be accurately aligned – that’s the job of the connector plugs and bulkheads – and be in intimate contact
with no obstructions. That’s the job of the user. The small size of the fiber, and the even smaller size of
the fiber core, means that even common dust particles can seriously impair the transfer of light from one
fiber to another.
There are a variety of cleaning solutions available to help the fiber user maintain good fiber network
performance. For best results, it should be possible for the user to perform a visual inspection of the fiber
ends to verify cleanliness.
Miranda strongly urges all users to select a cleaning method that meets their needs, and to use it
rigorously and consistently.
A few tips:
• Always use a dust plug in an empty fiber receptacle, to keep airborne particles from settling on the
fiber end
• Keep your dust plugs clean – a sealed container is a must.
• Always follow the instructions carefully when cleaning – abrasions on the fiber ends can degrade
system performance significantly
• A visual inspection will ensure that particles and liquid residue have been removed
• If it’s still dirty, clean it again.
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Removing the fiber optic cables
1. Grasp the LC fiber optic connector that is plugged into the SFP module, and pull it straight out to disengage
the optical fiber from the SFP.
•
Never pull the fiber optic cable itself, as catastrophic damage may occur.
2. Insert a dust plug into the SFP module.
Removing the SFP module
1. Move the bale clasp lever to the open position.
2. Grasp the SFP module between your thumb and forefinger, and
pull it straight out of the slot.
• Do NOT pull on the bale clasp lever to remove the module, as
it is easily damaged
• You may find that you need to wiggle the module, or perhaps
push it into the slot a bit, before it will release and slide out.
3. Insert a dust plug into the SFP module.
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