6.5.1.3. Composite Video Input Panel (Option)

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6.5.1.3. Composite Video Input Panel (Option)
The Composite Video Input panel is a sub-set of the Composite/SDI Video Input panel
(see paragraph 6.5.1.2 above), where the SDI interface is not provided.
Figure 6-6 shows the SDI Video Input panel. Table 6-6 describes the elements (connectors
and indicators) on the panel.
Figure 6-6:
Composite Video Input Panel
Table 6-6:
ELEMENT NAME
P/N 100380
Composite Video Input Panel Elements
ELEMENT DESCRIPTION
ELEMENT TYPE
S-VIDEO
Input connector for analog composite super
video (S-VHS) interface.
Mini DIN
CV
Input connector for the analog composite
video (CV) interface, including analog Teletext
over CV
BNC female, 75Ω
SDI
Not Installed
525 / *625
Video Format Indicator:
•
LED Illuminated: Video input is received
•
Green Color: 625 lines format
•
Red Color: 525 lines format
Red/Green LED
LOCK
Video Lock Indicator:
•
LED Illuminated: Video input is locked
•
Green Color: Video Locked
•
Red Color: Video NOT Locked
Red/Green LED
DET
V-Sync detection Indicator:
•
LED Illuminated: Video was received
•
Green Color: V-Sync Detected
•
Red Color: V-Sync NOT Detected
Red/Green LED
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6.5.1.4. SDI Video Input Panel (Option)
The SDI Video Input panel is a sub-set of the Composite/SDI Video Input panel (see
paragraph 6.5.1.2 above), where the analog composite video interface is not provided (the
CV connector is used for analog Teletext over CV input).
Figure 6-7 shows the SDI Video Input panel. Table 6-7 describes the elements (connectors
and indicators) on the panel.
Figure 6-7:
SDI Video Input Panel
Table 6-7:
ELEMENT NAME
SDI Video Input Panel Elements
ELEMENT DESCRIPTION
ELEMENT TYPE
S-VIDEO
Not connected
Mini DIN
CV
Input connector for the analog Teletext over
CV
BNC female, 75Ω
SDI
Input connector for the serial digital interface
(SDI) transport stream (video and embedded
audio).
BNC female, 75Ω
525 / *625
Video Format Indicator:
•
LED Illuminated: Video input is received
•
Green Color: 625 lines format
•
Red Color: 525 lines format
Red/Green LED
LOCK
Video Lock Indicator:
•
LED Illuminated: Video input is locked
•
Green Color: Video Locked
•
Red Color: Video NOT Locked
Red/Green LED
DET
V-Sync detection Indicator:
•
LED Illuminated: Video was received
•
Green Color: V-Sync Detected
•
Red Color: V-Sync NOT Detected
Red/Green LED
6.5.1.5. ASI Input Option for Cascading
The optional ASI Input interface enables input for an ASI level transport stream. The main
function of the ASI IN interface is cascading the encoder to another slave encoder. This
feature enables cascading at up to 30 Mbps (compared to the regular cascading over
RS-422 interface, up to 20 Mbps effective bit rate, refer to paragraph 2.4.3). The ASI
Input interface uses the ASI OUT-3 connector (refer to paragraph 6.5.4.1).
NOTE
When the ASI Input interface is used, the RS-422 HSD input is
disconnected.
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6.5.2.
Encoder Audio Input Interfaces
The Encoder unit features the following audio input options:
•
Stereo Analog Audio, up to 4 channels
•
Stereo Digital AES/EBU Audio, up to 4 channels
Stereo Embedded Audio over SDI is provided via the Serial Digital Interface on the
Composite/SDI Video Input Panel (refer to paragraph 6.5.1.2) or the SDI Video Input
Panel (refer to paragraph 6.5.1.4).
Figure 6-8 shows the location of the Audio Input connectors on the E-1000 rear panel.
Figure 6-8:
FORMAT
525/ 625 COMPST/Y
*
VIDEO IN
PB
Encoder Audio Input Options
PR
DETECTOR
V-SYNC
*
PUSH
PUSH
A
N
L
G
1
L
AES/EBU 1
AUDIO 1
PUSH
ASI-3[]
ASI-IN[]
SCR[]
PUSH
A
N
L
G
A
N
L
G
1
R
2
L
A
N
L
G
DS3[]
AUDIO CH 3 & 4
2
R
AES/EBU 2
AUDIO 2
GPI
HSD
ETH
AUDIO 3+4
6.5.2.1. Standard Audio-1 and Audio-2 Inputs
The standard Audio-1 and Audio-2 Inputs consist of four XLR connectors used to receive
the audio data for Channels 1 and Channel 2, respectively.
The Audio-1 and Audio-2 Inputs are used to receive two types of audio information, using
XLR connectors (see Figure 6-8):
•
Analog audio, which requires two connectors for each analog stereo channel.
•
Digital AES/BEU audio, which uses the right XLR connector of the analog channel pair.
6.5.2.2. Optional Audio-3 and Audio-4 Inputs
The optional Audio-3 and Audio-4 Inputs consist of an expansion interface card installed
inside the encoder with a 25-pin D-type connector located on the rear panel (see Figure
6-8).
In addition, a deployment cable (with a 25 pin D-type connector on one side and four XLR
connectors on the other side) provides the connections for the Audio-3 and Audio-4
inputs. Each pair of XLR connectors provides analog stereo input or digital AES/BEU input,
similar to the Audio-1 and Audio-2 connectors.
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6.5.3.
Encoder Data Input Interfaces
The data input for the encoder consists of low and high-speed data. It is provided on the
following interfaces:
•
RS-422 High Speed Data (HSD) Input interface
•
ASI IN Input interface
•
RS-232 Low Speed Data (LSD) Input interface
Figure 6-9 shows the location of the Data Input connectors on the encoder unit rear panel.
Figure 6-9:
FORMAT
525/ 625 COMPST/Y
*
VIDEO IN
PB
Encoder Data Input Options
PR
DETECTOR
V-SYNC
*
PUSH
PUSH
PUSH
ASI-3[]
ASI-IN[]
SCR[]
PUSH
A
N
L
G
A
N
L
G
A
N
L
G
A
N
L
G
1
L
1
R
2
L
2
R
AES/EBU 1
AES/EBU 2
DS3[]
AUDIO CH 3 & 4
GPI
HSD
HSD Input
ETH
LSD Input
6.5.3.1. High Speed Data (HSD) Input Interface
The High Speed Data (HSD) Input interface enables the connection of an external
high-speed stream to the encoder. The input is also used in cascading encoders. The HSD
interface is provided over a RJ-45 type connector (refer to Figure 6-9).
6.5.3.2. Low Speed Data (LSD) Input Interface
The Low Speed Data (LSD) Input interface enables the connection of an external
low-speed stream to the encoder. The LSD interface is provided over a D-Type, 9-pin
connector (refer to Figure 6-9).
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6.5.4.
Encoder Output Interfaces
The Encoder Unit output is normally provided on RS-422 and ASI BNC connectors. With
the addition of optional cards, the ASI BNC connectors may provide different outputs,
depending on the configuration required, including DVB scrambled outputs. Figure 6-10
shows the encoder rear panel with different output interfaces.
Figure 6-10:
Encoder Output Options
ASI-2
SCR (OPTION)
ASI-3 (OPTION)
SCR ( OPTION)
ASI-IN (OPTION)
RS-422 OUTPUT1
ASI-1
RS- 422 OUTPUT2
6.5.4.1. ASI Output Interface Option
The standard ASI-1 and ASI-2 output (BNC type) connectors are provided for ASI
transport stream output. A third output connector, ASI-3, is optionally provided by
additional hardware.
Different types of hardware and software support enable using ASI-3 connector as ASI
Input for reception of ASI level transport streams.
6.5.4.2. DVB Scrambling Output Interface Option
By adding a DVB scrambling board, the encoder is able to support Fixed-key DVB
scrambling over the ASI BNC outputs. This option is available, pre-installed at the factory
or as hardware installation by one of the Scopus Network Technologies field technicians
(this installation is not available as an upgrade kit that can be installed by the user).
The E-1000 Series continues to provide Scopus proprietary encoder based encryption,
which is enabled on a software level via the terminal interface.
6.5.4.3. RS-422 Output Interface
Two standard RS-422 output connectors (RJ-45 type, see Figure 6-10) provide identical
High Speed Data (HSD) output for cascading the encoder to another SLAVE encoder (refer
to paragraph 2.4.3 for details).
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6.5.5.
Encoder Control Interfaces
The Encoder Unit provides a wide range of interfaces, local/remote control and monitoring.
It includes the following (see Figure 6-11):
•
Data Control over RS-232 Interface
•
Ethernet Interface for NMS-4000 control
•
Monitor Output, for connecting an external terminal
•
GPI Interface for status reports
Figure 6-11:
Encoder Control Interfaces Connections
MONITOR
FORMAT
525/ 625 COMPST/Y
*
VIDEO IN
PB
PR
DETECTOR
V-SYNC
*
PUSH
PUSH
A
N
L
G
1
L
AES/EBU 1
PUSH
ASI-3[]
ASI-IN[]
SCR[]
PUSH
A
N
L
G
A
N
L
G
1
R
2
L
A
N
L
G
DS3[]
AUDIO CH 3 & 4
2
R
AES/EBU 2
GPI
GPI
HSD
ETH
ETHERNET
RS-232
6.5.5.1. RS-232 / DATA Control
The RS-232 / DATA Connector provides an RS-232 standard interface (D-Type, 9 pin
connector, refer to Figure 6-11 above), used for Serial Control.
NOTES
Communication protocol is available on request.
When using the Data Interface for serial control, Low Speed Data (LSD )
is not available.
6.5.5.2. Ethernet Interface
The Ethernet Interface provides access for the CODICO® SM-3000 Statistical Multiplexer
or the CODICO® NMS-4000 Network Management System to control and monitor the
operation of the encoder.
The interface is provided over an input/output 10 BaseT / RJ-45 connector (refer to Figure
6-11 above).
6.5.5.3. Monitor Output
The MONITOR Output connector provides RS-232 standard interface (D-Type, 9 pin
connector, refer to Figure 6-11 above) and is used to connect an external terminal or a
computer to control and monitor the E-1510 operation.
6.5.5.4. GPI Interface
The General Purpose Interface (GPI) outputs statuses and warning messages on the
operational condition of the encoder.
The GPI information is provided over a GPI connector (refer to Figure 6-11 above).
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6.5.6.
E-1510 Encoder Unit Pin Assignment
The pin assignment for the connectors on the Encoder unit is detailed in Table 6-8 through
Table 6-14. Table 6-15 describes and lists the pin assignment for the optional Audio
Channel 3.4 connector.
Table 6-8:
PIN #
SIGNAL
1
Ground
2
Positive
3
Negative
Table 6-9:
PIN #
GPI Interface Pin-to-Signal Assignment
SIGNAL
1
Normally Closed
2
Common
3
Normally Open
Table 6-10:
PIN #
HSD Interface Pin-to-Signal Assignment
SIGNAL
1
CLOCK IN +
2
CLOCK IN –
3
Reserved for future applications
4
CLOCK OUT +
5
CLOCK OUT –
6
Reserved for future applications
7
DATA IN +
8
DATA IN –
Table 6-11:
PIN #
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ANALOG 1/2 L/R Interface Pin-to-Signal Assignment
Monitor Interface Pin-to-Signal Assignment
SIGNAL
1
--
2
Rx
3
Tx
4
--
5
GND
6
--
7
--
8
--
9
--
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Table 6-12:
PIN #
Data Control (RS-232) Interface Pin-to-Signal Assignment
SIGNAL
1
--
2
Rx
3
Tx
4
--
5
GND
6
--
7
--
8
--
9
---
Table 6-13:
RS-422 Output 1 Connection Interfaces Pin-to-Signal
Assignment
PIN #
SIGNAL
1
CLK +
2
CLK –
3
GND
4
G.703-BALANCED E1 on Out1 only
5
G.703-BALANCED E1 on Out1 only
6
GND
7
DATA +
8
DATA –
Table 6-14:
RS-422 Output 2 Connection Interfaces Pin-to-Signal
Assignment
PIN #
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SIGNAL
1
CLK +
2
CLK –
3
GND
4
CLKIN + (OUT 2 ONLY)
5
CLKIN – (OUT 2 ONLY)
6
GND
7
DATA +
8
DATA –
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CAUTION
Pins 4 and 5, required for external clocking, are enabled only on the
OUT 2 connector.
DO NOT USE THE OUT 1 CONNECTOR FOR EXTERNAL CLOCKING.
Table 6-15:
PIN NO
NAME
1
N.C.
2
N.C.
3
N.C.
4
N.C.
5
Gnda
Audio Channel 3,4 Connector (Option)
DESCRIPTION
6
N.C.
7
ANA_AES_DRIN-
Analog Audio CH4 Right (-) or Digital AES/EBU(-)
8
ANA_AES_DRIN+
Analog Audio CH4 Right (+) or Digital AES/EBU(-)
9
N.C.
10
Gnda
11
N.C.
12
CLIN-
Analog Audio CH3 Left (-)
13
CLIN+
Analog Audio CH3 Left (+)
14
N.C.
15
N.C.
16
N.C.
17
DLIN-
Analog Audio CH4 Left (-)
18
DLIN+
Analog Audio CH4 Left (+)
19
N.C.
20
Gnda
21
N.C.
22
ANA_AES_CRIN-
Analog Audio CH3 Right (-) or Digital AES/EBU(-)
23
ANA_AES_CRIN+
Analog Audio CH3 Right (+) or Digital AES/EBU(+)
24
N.C.
25
Gnda
NOTE
Use a “D25 type to XLR” adapter cable, Cat no. 23499315800.
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6.6.
E-1510 RF Modulator Unit Connectors
The rear panel of the RF Modulator Unit in the E-1510 DSNG Exciter includes all of the
required professional input/output connectors (Baseband and LVPS, RF, Monitor, Control,
Alarm and Ethernet, AC Power).
Figure 6-3 shows a standard RF Modulator Unit rear panel. Table 6-16 describes the
function of each connector on the panel (including options). Table 6-17 and Table 6-18
details the pin assignments on the connectors.
Figure 6-12:
E-1510 RF Modulator Unit - Rear View
Table 6-16:
INTERFACE
RF Modulator Typical Connector Interfaces
DESCRIPTION
CONNECTOR TYPE
MON & CTRL
RS-485 or RS-232 Serial Interface
connector. Interface protocol is
software selectable.
9 PIN D-type (see Table
6-17)
ALARM
Contact closure alarm outputs. Used
for driving external alarm indicators
(sirens, flashlight…).
9 PIN D-type (see Table
6-12)
INPUT REF.
10.0 MHz reference input.
BNC (F), 75Ω
10/100 Base-T
Ethernet connection.
RJ-45 (Standard)
Power
For connection to 110–260 VAC,
50/60 Hz mains power supply.
HP
BASEBAND INTERFACE
El. ASI
OUT A, OUT B
Selectable regenerated ASI outputs.
Two x BNC (F), 75Ω
El. ASI
IN A, IN B
Selectable electrical ASI inputs.
Two x BNC (F), 75Ω
Opt. ASI OUT,
IN
Optical ASI Output and Input
interface (Option)
25 pin D-Type
LVDS SPI or
Serial
DVB SPI or RS-422 LVDS Interface
RF INTERFACE
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EXT L IN
External L-Band input signal for RF
Up-converting.
SMA (F), 50 Ohm
MON OUT
L-Band output for monitoring.
SMA (F), 50 Ohm
MOD OUT
RF modulated output.
SMA (F), 50 Ohm
REF OUT
10.0 MHz reference output
BNC (F), 75Ω
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Table 6-17:
PIN
MON & CNTR Connector Pin Assignment
RS-485 INTERFACE
RS-232 INTERFACE
1
Shield (Ground)
Shield (Ground)
2
Not Connected
Input / Receive Data (RD)
3
Input / Send Data A
Output / Transmit Data (TD)
4
Output / Receive Data A
Output / Data Terminal Ready (DTR)
5
Signal Ground
Signal Ground
6
Output / Receive Data B
Not Connected
7
Not Connected
Output / Request To Send (RTS)
8
Not Connected
Input / Clear To Send (CTS)
9
Input / Send Data B
Not Connected
Table 6-18:
PIN
ALARM Connector Pin Assignment
SIGNAL
PIN
SIGNAL
1
Alarm switch A / OK contact
4
Alarm switch B / ?? contact (NO)
2
Alarm switch A / Common Device
contact
5
Alarm switch B / Common Input
contact
3
Alarm switch A / Alarm contact
6
Alarm switch B / OK contact (NC)
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