3g/hd/sd-sdi routing switcher

HVP3000C01
3G/HD/SD-SDI ROUTING SWITCHER
Version 1.0
Albalá Ingenieros, S.A.
20 May 2015 - © Albalá Ingenieros S.A. - All rights reserved
Medea, 4 - 28037 Madrid - Spain
HVP3000C01
HVP3000C01
3G/HD/SD-SDI ROUTING SWITCHER
Version 1.0
1. DESCRIPTION ...................................................................................................................... 5
1.1. The HVP3000C01 ........................................................................................................................... 5
1.2. Features ............................................................................................................................................. 5
1.3. Block diagram .................................................................................................................................. 7
2. SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................. 9
3. INSTALLATION .................................................................................................................. 11
3.1. Initial inspection .......................................................................................................................... 11
3.2. Safety instructions ...................................................................................................................... 11
3.3. Environmental considerations ................................................................................................ 12
3.4. Power considerations ................................................................................................................. 12
3.5. Installing the module in the mounting frame ................................................................... 12
3.6. Interconnection ............................................................................................................................ 14
3.6.1. Electrical SDI video connections .................................................................................... 14
3.6.2. Combinations of inputs and outputs: 12x2, 10x4, 6x2, 6x4 ............................... 15
3.6.3. Cascaded modules .............................................................................................................. 15
3.6.4. Sync input connection ....................................................................................................... 17
4. OPERATION ...................................................................................................................... 19
4.1. Front panel description .............................................................................................................. 19
4.2. Pre-selector configuration ........................................................................................................ 20
4.2.1. Pre-selector operating mode .......................................................................................... 20
4.2.2. Switching time ..................................................................................................................... 21
4.2.3. Switching mode ................................................................................................................... 21
4.2.4. Input offset ........................................................................................................................... 21
4.2.5. Using the final two inputs for cascading .................................................................... 22
4.3. Functional description ............................................................................................................... 22
4.3.1. Operation in cascade ......................................................................................................... 23
4.4. Module remote control and supervision ............................................................................. 25
4.4.1. Details of the HVP3000C01 registers ........................................................................... 26
5. GLOSSARY ........................................................................................................................ 29
6. REGULATIONS .................................................................................................................. 31
7. VERSIONS ......................................................................................................................... 33
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1. DESCRIPTION
1.1. The HVP3000C01
The HVP3000C01 module is a selector switch for 3G/HD/SD-SDI and DVB-ASI digital
video signals.
The HVP3000C01 module is particularly flexible with regards to configuration of the
inputs and outputs. The following four configurations are possible:
- 12 inputs and two outputs.
- Ten inputs and four outputs.
- Six inputs with loop-through feeding two outputs.
- Four inputs with loop-through, two inputs without loop-through and four outputs.
Selection of the input that will be connected to each of the HVP3000C01's outputs is
configured remotely, either via the control software or a control keypad.
The HVP3000C01 is capable of switching within the vertical interval of those lines that
set the switching requirements and therefore can operate as a production switch. In
order to use this function an analog video reference signal must be provided at Input 1.
If production switching with the HVP3000C01 is desired then a two channel
synchronizer such as the HFS3000C01 should be added to the switching output signal
along with synchronization to the external analog video reference. The synchronizer
regenerates the line interval that gets degraded by the switching action and provides
clean switching.
If more inputs are needed then multiple HVP3000C01 modules can be cascaded to
create a higher capacity pre-selector that operates like a single unit. Increasing the
number of inputs is only possible using the configurations with two outputs, and two
inputs from each module in the chain must connect the outputs of the previous module.
In this manner each additional module adds either four new inputs with loop-through or
ten inputs without loop-through.
It is possible to monitor the HVP3000C01 status remotely using a communications
controller module installed in the same mounting frame. In addition, certain controller
modules provide SNMP management and the ability to record events in a file including
date and time information for further analysis.
The HVP3000C01 is a TL3000 terminal line module and can be housed in a three rack
unit (3 RU) UR3000 mounting frame or a 1 RU UR3100 mounting frame.
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1.2. Features
• Routing switcher for 3G/HD/SD-SDI video or DVB-ASI signals.
• Can be configured as:
- Twelve inputs to two outputs.
- Ten inputs to four outputs
- Six inputs (four with active loop-through) to two outputs.
- Six inputs with active loop-through to two outputs.
• Multiple modules can be cascaded to increase the number of inputs.
• Provides automatic cable equalizers at the inputs capable of compensating up to:
- 400 meters of Belden 1694A at 270Mbit/s.
- 140 meters of Belden 1694A at 1.5Gbit/s.
- 100 meters of Belden 1694A at 3Gbit/s.
• Includes reclocking.
• Outputs with active loop-through include equalization but do not include reclocking
(except outputs 5 and 6 in 6x2 mode).
• Switches in the vertical internal as per SMPTE RP 168 when an analog reference signal is
provided.
• Module control and supervision can be done remotely when the mounting frame is
equipped with a communications controller module.
• One UR3000 mounting frame can house up to 12 HVP3000C01 modules. If power
supply redundancy is required and FA3000 or FA3001 modules are used then only 10
modules can be housed in the mounting frame. If PSU3300 or PSU3301 modules are
used for this purpose then up to 12 modules can be installed.
• One UR3100 mounting frame can house up to three HVP3000C01 modules.
• Low power.
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1.3. Block diagram
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2. SPECIFICATIONS
SD/HD/3G-SDI digital video signal input
Connector
Impedance
Return loss:
Up to 3 GHz
Up to 1.5 GHz
Number of inputs
Equalizable cable length:
Belden 1694A, SD 270Mbit/s
Belden 1694A, HD 1,5Gbit/s
Belden 1694A, HD 3Gbit/s
SD/HD/3G-SDI digital video signal output
Connector
Impedance
Return loss:
Up to 3 GHz
Up to 1.5 GHz
Number of outputs
Amplitude
Rise and fall time (20 % - 80 %):
SD 270Mbit/s
HD 1.5Gbit/s
HD 3Gbit/s
SD/HD/3G-SDI digital video signal
Signal formats
Bit rates
Accepted formats
Input to output delay:
270Mbit/s
1.5Gbit/s
3Gbit/s
BNC
75Ω ± 1 %
>10 dB
>15 dB
6, 10 or 12
>420 m
>140 m
>100 m
BNC
75Ω ± 1 %
>10 dB
>15 dB
2 or 4
800mVpp ± 10 %
650 ps typ.
130 ps typ.
130 ps typ.
According to SMPTE ST 424,
SMPTE ST 292-1, SMPTE ST 259
standards
270Mbit/s, 1.483Gbit/s,
1.485Gbit/s, 2.967Gbit/s
and 2.970Gbit/s
625i50, 525i59.94,
720p50, 720p59.94,
1080i50, 1080i59.94,
1080p50, 1080p59.94
7.5 ns ± 1 ns
4.5 ns ± 1 ns
4.5 ns ± 1 ns
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Video reference signal input
Connector
Return loss
Reference signal types
Signal format
Accepted formats
Input signal amplitude
General
Maximum power supply current
Operating temperature range
Approximate weight
10
BNC
>20dB up to 40 MHz
Black-burst and tri-level sync
According to ITU-R BT.470-6,
ITU-R BT.709-7, ITU-R BT.1847, SMPTE
ST 296 and SMPTE 274M standards
625i50, 525i59.94,
720p50, 720p59.94,
1080i50, 1080i59.94,
1080p50, 1080p59.94
±6dB referred to nominal
+ 520 / - 540 mA
0 .. 50 °C
325 g
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3. INSTALLATION
THE HVP3000C01 MODULE CONTAINS ELECTRONIC DEVICES SENSITIVE TO
ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE. Always use antistatic bags clearly identified
with a high degree of shielding for storage and transportation.
The HVP3000C01 module is composed of two parts: one HVP3000P01 main board and
one HVP3000P02 rear board. Both parts must be installed in a UR3000 or UR3100
mounting frame following the instructions in the corresponding section of this chapter.
3.1. Initial inspection
Verify that the package has been properly handled during transport. After opening the
packaging, check that one HVP3000P01 main board and one HVP3000P02 rear board are
inside.
Follow the instructions in this manual to install this module in the mounting frame.
You must notify your Albalá Ingenieros distributor or dealer of any damage or defects
observed.
3.2. Safety instructions
• This equipment must be connected to a mains outlet with a protective
earth connection. Never use extension cords that do not have protective
earthing connection. The lack of an effective electrical connection between
the ground pin in the mains input connector of the equipment and the
protective earth of the electrical power distribution can cause serious harm.
• All modules of the Albalá Ingenieros TL3000 terminal line can be
hot-plugged or unplugged without suffering any damage or affecting the
processes that are currently taking place in other modules in the same
mounting frame. When a module is installed in an empty bay of a mounting
frame, it is necessary to mount the rear board that is part of that module.
Prior to installing this board, the mounting frame must be disconnected
from the power supply network. This is required because in addition to the
risk of electrocution for the person handling the device it is possible that a
high instantaneous current coming from the power supply could damage
the connectors and components of the mounting frame and/or the rear
board.
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• The HVP3000C01 module and the mounting frame should always be
installed, maintained, operated and removed by personnel with sufficient
technical qualifications. The equipment should never be placed in damp
areas, near splashing liquid, or in explosive or corrosive atmospheres.
Neither modules nor mounting frames can be used in applications that
could endanger human life.
3.3. Environmental considerations
This symbol indicates that this equipment must be deposited at a collection
point for proper waste treatment once it has reached the end of its useful
life.
3.4. Power considerations
The UR3000 and UR3100 mounting frames can house as many HVP3000C01 modules as
will fit in them.
3.5. Installing the module in the mounting frame
The steps needed to install the HVP3000C01 module with the rear board in the
mounting frame are:
1 - Disconnect all power cords from the power supplies of the mounting frame.
2 - Remove the blank panels covering the front and rear of the empty bays chosen for
installing the HVP3000C01 in the mounting frame.
3 - Install the HVP3000P02 rear board ensuring that its 12-pin connectors are properly
aligned with the mounting frame´s mating connectors. Check that the orientation of
the board is correct by looking at the placement of the text printed on it according to
the illustration below.
4 - Attach the rear board to the mounting frame with two M3 metric screws and tighten.
5 - Insert the HVP3000P01 board (main board of the HVP3000C01 module) into the front
of the mounting frame. The edges of the card slide into two plastic guides inside the
mounting frame.
6 - Affix the main board to the mounting frame using the two screws included on the
front panel.
After these steps, the module is ready to be connected to other equipment.
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Details for installation of the module in 3 RU mounting frames
Details for installation of the module in 1 RU mounting frames
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3.6. Interconnection
The following figure shows the HVP3000C01 module rear board connector layout.
Rear view of the HVP3000C01
The rear interconnection board is not designed to withstand mechanical stress. The
wiring must be fastened properly to the frame where the mounting frame is housed to
prevent the rear board from supporting the weight of the cables.
3.6.1. Electrical SDI video connections
All electrical SDI video connections are BNC type. The following suggestions should be
kept in mind when wiring the electrical signals.
BNC connectors used on cables must be suitable for the high frequencies of digital
video signals: it is strongly recommended to use high quality connectors from well
known manufacturers.
All coaxial cable used must be Belden 1694A or similar. This type provides the greatest
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lengths because it is used to calculate the equalizers in the HVP3000C01. Cables
carrying signal between the module and the devices should use single piece
construction, avoiding spliced sections with double BNC female or barrel connectors.
If it is necessary to split the cable into two sections the same type of wire should be
used in both sections.
The use of analog video coaxial cables RG-59 type or similar is not recommended for
digital video except for very short distances.
3.6.2. Combinations of inputs and outputs: 12x2, 10x4, 6x2, 6x4
Inputs-Outputs for pre-selectors 12x2, 10x4, 6x2, 6x4, respectively
The image shows the arrangement of the connectors on the rea panel of the module
for each of the four combinations of inputs and outputs.
In 6x4 mode the output connectors with loop-through LOOP-5 and LOOP-6 are used to
add the two additional outputs (OUT-4 and OUT-3 respectively). This way 6x4 mode
has four loop-through inputs (IN-1, IN-2, IN-3 and IN-4) with the corresponding
loop-through outputs (LOOP-1, LOOP-2, LOOP-3 and LOOP-4) and two inputs without
loop-through (IN-5 and IN-6).
The four outputs with loop-through (LOOP-1 to LOOP-4) are equalized but are not
re-clocked. However, when the module is in 6x2 mode with the six loop-through
inputs the two loop-through outputs (LOOP-5 and LOOP-6) are re-clocked.
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3.6.3. Cascaded modules
Several HVP3000C01 modules can be cascaded in order to create a pre-selector with
more inputs as long as only two outputs are needed.
In order to cascade multiple HVP3000C01 modules the last two inputs of each module
must be connected to the outputs of the previous module in the chain. In 6x2 mode
the inputs used should be 5 and 6, leaving only four available loop-through inputs
(IN-1 to IN-4). In 12x2 mode Inputs 11 and 12 should be used, leaving ten available
inputs (IN-1 to IN-10).
In order to cascade modules they must be installed in adjacent slots in the same
mounting frame. Viewing the mounting frame from the front, the module located
farthest to the right and occupying the highest slot number will be the master and
will manage the first inputs to the cascaded pre-selector. The module located farthest
to the left, with the lowest slot number will manage the last inputs.
Signals from one module in the chain are carried to the next module using short
coaxial cables with BNC connectors.
The two output signals from a cascaded system are obtained from the final, master
module (which also manages the first set of inputs).
Example distribution of inputs and outputs for a 26x2 pre-selector.
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3.6.4. Sync input connection
In order to perform switching during the vertical blanking interval the HVP3000C01
requires an analog sync signal (black-burst or tri-level sync) at the IN-1/LOOP-1/SYNC
input. The sync signal should have the same number of lines and frame frequency as
the SDI digital video signal being switched. Configuration during the instant when
switching occurs is set via the control software. Note that SDI digital video signals are
not a valid reference this type of switching.
If the IN-1/LOOP-1/SYNC input is the sync input for switching during the vertical
blanking interval the HVP3000C01 will have one less input when in 12x2 and 10x4
modes. However when configured in 6x2 or 6x4 modes the module maintains all of
its inputs but loses the LOOP-1 output, which is used for the sync input.
Due to its multiple uses, the IN-1/LOOP-1/SYNC input impedance has a wide
tolerance. The sync signal used should come directly from a sync generator, without
passing through any loop-through inputs nor through other equipment.
The reference signal input can use any coaxial cable designed for use with analog
video that has a characteristic impedance of 75Ω.
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4. OPERATION
This section describes the significance of the front panel indicators of the HVP3000C01
module and their remote control and monitoring ability.
4.1. Front panel description
The appearance of the front panel and the elements it contains are shown in the
following illustration.
Front panel of the HVP3000C01
The front panel contains the following elements:
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In the STATUS box:
LOOP:
Green. This LED lights up when the inputs are configured as loop-through
(6x2 or 6x4 modes).
REF. LOCK:
Green. This LED lights up when the module recognizes the format of the
analog sync reference applied to the IN-1/LOOP-1/SYNC input.
UNLOCK1:
Red. This LED lights up when the reclocker for Output 1 either fails to sync
to the signal at the selected input or if no signal is present at the selected
input.
UNLOCK2:
Red. This LED operates in the same fashion as the previous LED, but for
Output 2.
UNLOCK3:
Red. This LED operates in the same fashion as the previous LEDs, but for
Output 3.
UNLOCK4:
Red. This LED operates in the same fashion as the previous LEDs, but for
Output 4.
4.2. Pre-selector configuration
The HVP3000C01 module accepts various configurations of inputs and outputs and
various switching modes can be selected via the control software. In order to configure
the module, the mounting frame in which it is installed must also have a
communications controller installed.
Unless otherwise requested the HVP3000C01 comes from the factory configured as a 12
input, two output pre-selector and performs all switching during the vertical interval.
By default any configuration changes made in the volatile memory of the module will be
lost when the unit is turned off. In order to save configuration changes when the unit is
turned off use the corresponding button in the control software to store these changes
in the non-volatile memory.
If a HVP3000C01 module is moved from one slot to another within the same mounting
frame the configuration must be modified to reflect this change. If a set of cascaded
modules are moved to different slots their new positions must be update, along with
further modifications that are described in the following.
The configuration parameters of the HVP3000C01 module are detailed in the following:
4.2.1. Pre-selector operating mode
Selects the combination of inputs and outputs between:
- 12x2: 12 inputs and two outputs.
- 10x4: Ten inputs and four outputs.
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- 6x2: Six inputs with loop-through and two outputs.
- 6x4: Four inputs with loop-through, two inputs without loop-through and four
outputs.
4.2.2. Switching time
The following modes can be selected for the switching time:
- Fast: switching occurs as soon as the pre-selector receives information
commanding a new source-destination pair.
- Vertical Blanking: switching occurs in the first vertical blanking produced in the
sync reference after receiving the command for a new source-destination pair. In
order to perform Vertical Blanking switching an analog sync reference must be
connected to the IN1/LOOP1/SYNC input. If no sync reference is present then the
system switches immediately.
- Slave: the pre-selector receives the command to switch from the internal bus of
the mounting frame. When the master module uses Vertical Blanking mode then a
choice must be made regarding the cascaded switching of the slave modules.
4.2.3. Switching mode
Selects which of the pre-selectors is the master and which are the slaves whenever
switching is done is cascade.
- Master: any modules that function as independent pre-selectors are considered
masters. In cascaded configurations, the master is the first module (inputs 1 to 10
or 1 to 4 with loop-through) and is also that module that receives the video sync
input.
- Slave X: this is the mode for the slave modules of a cascaded configuration located
in Slot X of the mounting frame. Viewed from the front, the first slot is farthest to
the left. If for example three modules are located in Slots 7, 8 and 9 then the
module in Slot 9 is configured as the Master and the modules in Slots 7 and 8 are
Slaves 7 and 8, respectively.
4.2.4. Input offset
The offset is used in cascaded configurations and is the value summed with reference
of each input of the pre-selector in order to determine its true number in the
complete system.
For example, consider a cascaded system with three HVP3000C01 modules
configured as follows: the first is set to 12x2, the second as 6x2 and the third, the
master, as 12x2. The master has ten inputs available and an offset of 0, hence the true
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numbers of those inputs are 1 through 10. The second module has four inputs
available and an offset of 10, hence the true number of its inputs are 11 (10+1)
through 14 (10+4). The first module has 12 inputs available and an offset of 14 (the
sum of all the previous inputs) and therefore the true numbers of it inputs are 15
(14+1) through 26 (12+14).
Any modules functioning as masters or operating independently always have an
offset of 0.
4.2.5. Using the final two inputs for cascading
This parameter determines if the final two inputs of the HVP3000C01 (IN-11 and
IN-12 in 12x2 mode or IN-5 and IN-6 in 6x2 mode) are used two receives the output
signals from the previous modules in a cascaded chain. YES should be selected for
each cascaded module except for the last one which does not receive any signals and
should be set to NO.
Always select NO for independent pre-selectors.
4.3. Functional description
The HVP3000C01 receives commands from a communications module installed in the
same mounting frame. The commands are messages directed to the slot where the
module is installed that indicate the input that should be connected to each output.
Switching occurs as soon as the command is received, either immediately or in the first
vertical blanking interval of the sync signal.
If the module is configured for Vertical Blanking switching then Input 1 should have an
analog sync connected that determines the switching time. For configurations with
loop-through Input 1 remains active but loses the loop-through output. In other
configurations Input 1 can be selected but has no functionality because no digital signal
will be present.
The analog sync signal should have the same number of lines and frames per second as
the digital signal being switched. If the digital signal has a different format or is not
synchronized to the sync reference the switching will take place during the vertical
blanking of the sync signal, and this may not coincide with the vertical interval of the
digital signal. If a pre-selector has been set to switch during the vertical interval and the
sync signal is absent for any reason then the vertical interval of the digital signal is
ignored and switching occurs immediately after receiving the command to do so.
The HVP3000C01 can select different input signals with different formats due to its
independent reclockers for each output. The signal at each output will have the same
format as the input signal assigned to it.
The duration of the switching transition of the output signal when switching between
two signals of the same format is less than one line.
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In order to use the HVP3000C01 as a production pre-selector it must be configured to
switching during the vertical blanking interval with an external sync reference and must
also use line or frame synchronizer such as the HFS3000C01 at the output in order to
restore the line(s) degraded by the switching.
4.3.1. Operation in cascade
When one or more modules are operating in cascade the last one with respect to the
slot numbers of the mounting frame acts as the master, receives the switching
commands and, if switching during the vertical blanking interval is desired, the
master also receives the sync reference input. All other modules act as slaves.
The commands to switch for the cascaded modules are always directed to the last,
master module. The slave modules use the commands sent to the master as well
since no commands are sent to them.
In order to perform digital blanking interval switching the master module must be set
to vertical blanking and the cascaded modules must be set as slaves. The sync signal
must be connected to Input 1 and so that the switching time can be set based upon it.
This signal is then sent to the internal bus of the mounting frame and is used by the
slave modules to switch.
Configuration of a 32x2 cascaded pre-selector
The following image shows an example of the configuration registers for a 32x2
pre-selector built using three cascaded HVP3000C01 modules. The first (Module n) is
set as 12x2 with 12 inputs, the second (Module n+1) is set as 12x2 with ten inputs
and the third (Module n+2) is set as 12x2 with ten inputs. The two outputs are on the
first module, Module n.
Note that is the 32x2 pre-selector shown in the image selects Input 15 and connects it
to Output 1 then this signal will be present at Output 1 of the last module (Module
n+2) and at Output 1 of the previous module (Module n+1) because Input 15 is on
Module n+1. The signal will not be present of either output of the first module
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(Module n).
As many modules can be cascaded as desired, however each time a signal passes
through a module the phase noise (jitter) increases. For this reason in a system with
cascaded modules the inputs to the master module will be the less affected by jitter
than the inputs of the last slave module.
Due to the accumulation of jitter there is a practical limit of three to the number of
pre-selectors that can be cascaded, however even in cases with more than three
cascaded modules a receiver can operate with the signals in most cases. For
270Mbit/s signals the practical limit increases to six. These limits have been
calculated according to the limits for jitter recommended in SMPTE standards for SD,
HD and 3G video.
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4.4. Module remote control and supervision
The HVP3000C01 requires remote control for configuration.
In order to perform remote configuration and supervision of the module an optional
TL3000 family remote communications controller must be installed in the mounting
frame.
The main function of the communications control module is to interface between a
10/100 Ethernet port, an EIA-RS232 or an EIA-RS485 serial port and the internal bus of
the mounting frame. The following illustration shows the most common control
situations: from a computer or control panel via Ethernet, from a computer via an
EIA-RS232 serial port and from a control panel via an EIA-RS485 serial port.
Certain communications control modules provide additional, more advanced functions
such as an SNMP agent, logging of status changes of the modules and a Web interface
for remote control, etc.
Software for simple configuration and supervision with a GUI for multiple modules can
be downloaded from the Albalá Ingenieros website.
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The following functions of the HVP3000C01 can be performed remotely:
Select the input to be connected to each of the outputs.
- Configure the operating mode of the pre-selector.
- Select the switching time.
- Set the switching mode.
- Define the offset of the inputs.
- Configure the last inputs for operating in cascade.
4.4.1. Details of the HVP3000C01 registers
The HVP3000C01 module provides control and status registers that can be read and
written by means of specific commands described in the communication control
module user manuals.
The parameter information grouped in the CONTROL or RAM sections is stored in
volatile memory. Any modifications to the parameters will be lost when the module
power supply is disconnected unless the "EEPROM Save" button within the software
has been pressed.
The STATUS section parameters are read-only and cannot be modified.
The parameters that can be controlled and supervised remotely for each version of
the firmware are listed below:
VERSION 1.X
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CONTROL
Name
add
OUTPUT1
0x00
0x3F
Y
Y
OUTPUT2
0x01
0x3F
Y
Y
OUTPUT3
0x02
0x3F
Y
Y
OUTPUT4
0x03
0x3F
Y
Y
SWITCH_TIME
0x04
0x03
Y
N
HVP_MODE
0x04
0x0C
Y
N
CASDADE_MODE
0x04
0x10
Y
N
SWITCH_MODE
0x05
0x0F
Y
N
INPUT_OFFSET
0x06
0x3F
Y
N
STATUS
Name
add
ext
ext
msk
msk
snmp trap
snmp trap
Description
Input routed to output 1
= Input x (0=None)
Input routed to output 2
= Input x (0=None)
Input routed to output 3
= Input x (0=None)
Input routed to output 4
= Input x (0=None)
Allows selection of switching time
0=Fast, 1=Vertical blank, 2=Slave
Allows selecting the preselector mode
0=12x2, 1=10x4, 2=6x2 (loop), 3=6x4 (loop)
Allows using last inputs to be connected to another preselector to expand input
count
0=No, 1=Yes
Allows selection switching mode: master or follow another module
= Slave of x
Offset between real inputs and the value that appears in registers to allow
cascading switchers
=x
Description
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0x01
0x0F
Y
Y
OUT1_LCK_STAT
0x02
0x03
Y
Y
OUT2_LCK_STAT
0x02
0x0C
Y
Y
OUT3_LCK_STAT
0x02
0x30
Y
Y
OUT4_LCK_STAT
0x02
0xC0
Y
Y
Displays the reference's input format
0=576i50,1=486i59.94,2=720p50,3=720p59.94,5=1080i50,6=1080i59.94,8=108
0p25,9=1080p29.97,10=1080p50,11=1080p59.94,14=Slave,?=Unknown
Output 1 lock status
0=Unlocked, 1=Locked SD, 2=Locked HD, 3=Locked 3G
Output 2 lock status
0=Unlocked, 1=Locked SD, 2=Locked HD, 3=Locked 3G
Output 3 lock status
0=Unlocked, 1=Locked SD, 2=Locked HD, 3=Locked 3G
Output 4 lock status
0=Unlocked, 1=Locked SD, 2=Locked HD, 3=Locked 3G
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5. GLOSSARY
3G/HD/SD-SDI
3G/HD/SD - Serial Digital Interface for high definition or standard definition digital
television capable of transmitting bitrates of 2.970Gbit/s, 2.967Gbit/s, 1.485Gbit/s,
1.483Gbit/s and 270Mbit/s.
DVB-ASI
Asynchronous Serial Interface. An asynchronous serial interface for DVB streams that is
one of the principal formats for transmission of MPEG-2 streams over cable.
HD
An abbreviation for High Definition Television (HDTV).
SDI
Serial Digital Interface. A standard used for the transmission of uncompressed video
signals that can also include audio and time code signals.
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6. REGULATIONS
ITU-R BT.1847
(2009)
1280 x 720, 16:9 progressively-captured image format for production and international
programme exchange in the 50 Hz environment.
See also: SMPTE ST 296
ITU-R BT.470-6 (1998)
Conventional analogue television systems.
See also: ITU-R BT.1700, SMPTE 170M
ITU-R BT.709-7 (2002)
Parameter values for the HDTV standards for production and international programme
exchange.
See also: SMPTE 274M
SMPTE RP 168 (2009)
Definition of Vertical Interval Switching Point for Synchronous Video Switching.
SMPTE ST 259
(2008)
SDTV Digital Signal/Data Serial Digital Interface.
See also: ITU-R BT.656-5
SMPTE 274M (2008)
1920 x 1080 Image Sample Structure, Digital Representation and Digital Timing
Reference Sequences for Multiple Picture Rates.
See also: ITU-R BT.709-7
SMPTE ST 292-1 (2011)
1.5 Gb/s Signal/Data Serial Interface.
See also: ITU-R BT.1120-8
SMPTE ST 296 (2012)
1280 x 720 Progressive Image Sample Structure - Analog and Digital Representation
and Analog Interface (R2006).
See also: ITU-R BT.1847
SMPTE ST 424 (2012)
3 Gb/s Signal/Data Serial Interface.
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7. VERSIONS
Ver.
Date
0.0
1.0
13-06-2013
20-05-2015
Description
Preliminary Version
First version
Albalá Ingenieros, S.A.
Medea, 4 - 28037 Madrid
Spain
+34 913274453
www.albalaing.com
info@albalaing.com