Hard-shell case for one Flashlink 2U frame

Flashlink User Manual
MOT-BOX
Hard-shell case for one
Flashlink 2U frame
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MOT-BOX
Rev. 2
Network Electronics ASA
Thorøya
P.O. Box 1020
N-3204 Sandefjord, Norway
Phone: +47 33 48 99 99
Fax: +47 33 48 99 98
Email: support@network-electronics.com
www.network-electronics.com
Support Phone: +47 90 60 99 99
Revision history
Current revision of this document is the uppermost in the table below.
Rev.
Repl.
Date
Sign
2
1
2007-10-26
AS
1
0
2006-12-08
NBS
0
A
A
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2005-07-13
2005-06-09
NBS
NBS
Change description
New front page. Added Materials Declaration and
EFUP.
Added backplane spec. for AV-HD-XMUX and
SDI-TD-(D)MUX-4
No changes; first official release.
Initial revision.
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Contents
Revision history..........................................................................................................2
1 Product overview....................................................................................................4
1.1 Features:........................................................................................................................ 4
2 Specifications..........................................................................................................5
2.1 General specifications .................................................................................................... 5
2.2 Front view ..................................................................................................................... 5
2.3 Rear view....................................................................................................................... 5
3 Connections ...........................................................................................................7
3.1 Service connections ....................................................................................................... 7
3.2 Module connections ...................................................................................................... 8
3.2.1 MB-BP-01 ................................................................................................................... 9
3.2.2 MB-BP-02 ................................................................................................................... 9
3.2.3 MB-BP-03 ................................................................................................................. 10
3.2.4 MB-BP-04 ................................................................................................................. 10
3.2.5 MB-BP-05 ................................................................................................................. 11
3.2.6 MB-BP-06 ................................................................................................................. 11
3.2.7 MB-BP-07 ................................................................................................................. 12
3.2.8 MB-BP-08 ................................................................................................................. 12
3.2.9 MB-BP-09 ................................................................................................................. 13
3.3 MB-FR-1RU .................................................................................................................. 13
3.4 Frame reconfiguration ................................................................................................. 14
4 MOT-BOX safety precautions................................................................................15
5 Laser safety precautions ........................................................................................16
General environmental requirements for Network Electronics equipment................17
Certificate of Conformity .........................................................................................18
Product Warranty ....................................................................................................19
Appendix A Materials declaration and recycling information ...................................20
A.1 Materials declaration ................................................................................................... 20
A.2 Recycling information.................................................................................................. 20
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1 Product overview
MOT-BOX is a lightweight mobile transport enclosure for the flashlink® range of products.
MOT-BOX houses all flashlink® optical transport, signal processing and distribution cards
including WDM/CWDM. Its rugged design and connector panel, including an expanded
beam hermaphroditic fiber connector, makes it the ideal choice for all mobile and outside
broadcast applications.
Options include a fiber reel with MIL specified tactile fiber, AC and DC power supplies, and a
monitoring/alarming function via Network’s GYDA controller.
1.1 Features:
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Lightweight 3RU Mobile Transport Enclosure.
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Full set of flashlink optical, signal processing and distribution cards including
WDM/CWDM.
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Expanded beam hermaphroditic fiber connector.
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Fiber reel with MIL specified tactile fiber (option).
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AC and DC power supply option.
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Rugged connector panel and enclosure design for tough mobile use (audio on XLRbreakouts).
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Monitoring/Alarming via GYDA controller (option).
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2 Specifications
2.1 General specifications
AC Power:
PWR-AC15/15/5/5V
AC power supply module 100-260 VAC.
DC Power (optional):
PWR-DC15/15/5/5V
DC power supply module 36-72 VDC.
Dimensions:
WxDxH with front- and rear cover: 530 x 570 x 215 mm,
Without front- and rear cover: 530 x 425 x 215 mm.
Weight:
Including PSU and 10 modules: <12 kg.
Card slots:
10.
Power Supply slots:
2.
Internal voltages:
+5V, -5V, +15V, -15V.
2.2 Front view
The front view of the MOT-BOX (with front cover removed) shows the status LEDs
for each module that is included box + two green LEDs for the power supply
modules.
Figure 1: LEDs in front of the flashlink frame.
The uppermost LED of each module card is a "general status" LED.
- Green light means that the card is OK.
- Red light means that the card is faulty.
- No light means that the power is not switched on.
The meaning of each LED on the module cards is described in their respective User Manuals.
2.3 Rear view
Figure 2 shows an example of a fully equipped MOT-BOX, seen from the rear side (with rear
cover removed).
To the left is the connector module for the power supply delivered with the MOT-BOX. The
other connector modules are described in Chapter 3.2 .
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Figure 2: Example of fully equipped MOT-BOX.
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3 Connections
3.1 Service connections
The figure below shows the power connections, Ethernet connections and the expanded
beam hermaphroditic fiber connector of the frame.
Figure 3: Connector module for the power supply.
AC: Connect with a mains cord with an IEC 320 connector to the MOT BOX.
DC: Connect with a 4-pin XLR (female) from the external DC power supply to the Neutrik
NC4MD-L-1 4-pin XLR (male) receptacle of the MOT BOX.
The following pin-out is applicable:
Pin #1
Negative part of 48VDC supply
Pin #2
Not in use
Pin #3
Not in use
Pin #4
Positive part of 48VDC supply
Input
Input
A green LED will light on the front when the power supply (AC or DC) is in operation.
Ethernet: Connect with an RJ-45 plug to the Neutrik NE8FDV-YK receptacle of the MOT BOX.
Fiber: Connect your fiber cable with a Stratos HXMA 4-channel plug to the Stratos HXMA 4
channel expanded beam hermaphroditic fiber receptable of the MOT BOX. You may connect
the other end of the fiber cable to the dedicated 1RU frame, MB-FR-1RU. See Chapter 3.3
for more information.
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3.2 Module connections
The connector/receptacle layout on the rear of the MOT-BOX is depending on the models
that are included in the box/frame. The following options are available:
Backplane
Associated module(s)
MB-BP-00
Blindplate, no module associated.
MB-BP-01
ADC-AES
MB-BP-02
DAC-AES, DA-AA or DA-AES
MB-BP-03
SDI-OE, SDI-EO, HD-OE or HD-EO
MB-BP-04
DA-SDI, DA-SDI-NRC, DA-HDSDI, DA-VA, ADC-SDI, ADC-SDI-CC, DAC-SDI or
SDI-TD-(D)MUX-4
MB-BP-05
AV-MUX or AV-HD-XMUX
MB-BP-06
AAV-MUX or AVA-MUX
MB-BP-07
AV-DMUX, AV-HD-XMUX , AAV-DMUX or AVA-DMUX
MB-BP-08
D422-MG (RS422)
MB-BP-09
D422-MD (GPI in and out)
1
2
The pin-out of the XLR connectors in the following Chapters are according to known
standards, as follows:
Figure 4: XLR pin-out.
1
2
AV-HD-XMUX with AES IN.
AV-HD-XMUX with AES OUT.
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3.2.1 MB-BP-01
ADC-AES
AES OUT
Audio IN 1L
Audio IN 1R
Not in use
AES11 Sync.
Figure 5: MB-BP-01.
3.2.2 MB-BP-02
DAC-AES
DA-AES
AES IN
DA-AA
Audio IN
Audio OUT 1L
AES OUT1
Audio OUT1
Audio OUT 1R
AES OUT2
Audio OUT2
Audio OUT 1L
AES OUT3
Audio OUT3
Audio OUT 1R
AES OUT4
Audio OUT4
Figure 6: MB-BP-02.
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3.2.3 MB-BP-03
SDI/HD-EO
SDI/HD-OE
SDI/HD IN
Not in use
SDI/HD OUT 1
SDI/HD OUT 2
Figure 7: MB-BP-03.
3.2.4 MB-BP-04
Video DA
3
ADC-SDI
ADC-SDI-CC
DAC-SDI
SDI-TD-(D)MUX-4
IN
Ch1
CVBS/Y
SDI IN
SD1
01
Ch2
R/Pr
BBurst
SD2
02
Dup1
G/Y
CVBS
SD3
03
Dup2
B/Pb/C
R
SD4
04
SDI 1
SDI OUT
G
HD
05
SDI 2
SDI OUT
B
Not in use
06
SDI 3
SDI OUT
SDI OUT
Not in use
Not in use
Figure 8: MB-BP-04.
3
DA-HDSDI, DA-SDI, DA-SDI-NRC or DA-VA.
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3.2.5 MB-BP-05
AV-MUX
AV-HD-XMUX
4
SDI IN
SDI OUT
AES IN 1
AES IN 2
AES IN 3
AES IN 4
Figure 9: MB-BP-05.
3.2.6 MB-BP-06
AAV-MUX
AVA-MUX
SDI IN
CVBS IN
SDI OUT
Audio IN 1L
Audio IN 1R
Audio IN 2L
Audio IN 2R
Figure 10: MB-BP-06.
4
AV-HD-XMUX with AES IN.
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3.2.7 MB-BP-07
AV-DMUX
AV-HD-XMUX
5
AAV-DMUX
AVA-DMUX
SDI IN
SDI OUT
AES OUT 1
Audio OUT 1L
AES OUT 2
Audio OUT 1R
AES OUT 3
Audio OUT 2L
AES OUT 4
Audio OUT 2R
Figure 11: MB-BP-07.
3.2.8 MB-BP-08
D422-MG (RS-422)
RS-422 #1
RS-422 #2
RS-422 #3
RS-422 #4
RS-422 #5
RS-422 #6
Figure 12: MB-BP-08.
The following pin-out applies to the DB9 contacts:
Figure 13: DB9 RS-422 pin-out.
5
AV-HD-XMUX with AES OUT.
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3.2.9 MB-BP-09
D422-MG (GPI I/O)
GPI IN
GPI OUT
Figure 14: MB-BP-09.
The following pin-out applies to the DB25 contacts:
Figure 15: DB25 GPI I/O pin-out.
3.3 MB-FR-1RU
In order to connect your MOT-BOX to an OB-Van (e.g.) via a fiber-optic cable, you may use
the dedicated 1RU frame, MB-FR-1RU on the stationary side, e.g. the OB-Van.
Figure 16: MB-FR-1RU front view.
MB-FR-1RU has the possibility to connect 5 fiber cables, thus connecting to 5 different MOTBOX devices. Each connection has 4 optical channels. The fiber cable between MOT-BOX
and MB-FR-1RU use Stratos HXMA 4-channel plugs to connect with. The layout of this
connector is as follows:
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Figure 17: Stratos HXMA 4-channel details.
The layout of the connector on the rear side of the MB-FR-1RU is as follows:
Figure 18: MB-FR-1RU rear connector details.
The table below shows the corresponding optical signals, between the Stratos HXMA 4channel plug on the MOT-BOX rear side (Figures 3 and 17) and the rear connectors of the
MB-FR-1RU (Figure 18):
MOT-BOX
MB-FR-1RU
A1
B1
A2
B2
B1
A1
B2
A2
Thus, the signal coming from the MOT-BOX on channel A1 connects to the MB-FR-1RU on
channel B1, et cetera.
The rear connectors on the MB-FR-1RU are used to patch the signals to an accompanying
flashlink® frame with E/O and/or O/E converters.
In this way, optical communication between the MOT-BOX and a stationary configuration,
e.g. an OB-Van is accomplished.
3.4 Frame reconfiguration
In order to reconfigure or expand the number of modules within the MOT BOX, see the User
Manual for the FR-2RU-10-2 frame.
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4 MOT-BOX safety precautions
In order to protect your MOT-BOX and the modules inside, please pay attention to the
following:
Note!
Never block the air ventilation openings!
Damage of the modules inside the MOT-BOX may be the result if any of these
are blocked.
The ventilation openings are on both the front- and rear sides of the MOT BOX.
Figure 19: Air vents on the MOT-BOX rear- and front side.
Note!
Turn off the MOT-BOX if there is no air flow out of the rear side of the box.
No air flow may indicate that the fan is out of order. Service is then required.
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5 Laser safety precautions
Guidelines to limit hazards from laser exposure.
®
All the available EO units in the Flashlink range include a laser.
Therefore this note on laser safety should be read thoroughly.
The lasers emit light at 1310 nm or 1550 nm. This means that the human eye cannot see the
beam, and the blink reflex cannot protect the eye. (The human eye can see light between
400 nm to 700 nm).
A laser beam can be harmful to the human eye (depending on laser power and exposure
time), therefore:
Note!
BE CAREFUL WHEN CONNECTING / DISCONNECTING FIBER PIGTAILS (ENDS).
NEVER LOOK DIRECTLY INTO THE PIGTAIL OF THE LASER/FIBER.
NEVER USE MICROSCOPES, MAGNIFYING GLASSES OR EYE LOUPES TO LOOK
INTO A FIBER END.
USE LASER SAFETY GOGGLES BLOCKING LIGHT AT 1310 nm AND AT 1550 nm.
Instruments exist to verify light output power: Power meters, IR-cards etc.
®
Flashlink features:
The MOT-BOX / FR-2RU-10-2 is classified as Class 1 laser product according to EN 60
825-1:94/A11:96, and CFR Ch1(1997) Part 1040.10.
If the front panel is removed, the MOT-BOX / FR-2RU-10-2 is classified as Class 1 laser
product according to EN 60 825-1:94/A11:96, and class IIIb according to CFR Ch1(1997)
Part 1040.10.
Maximum output power: 5 mW.
Operating wavelengths: 1310 nm or 1550 nm.
< 5mW
>1270nm
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General environmental requirements for Network Electronics
equipment
1.
2.
3.
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The equipment will meet the guaranteed performance specification under the
following environmental conditions:
Operating room temperature range: 0°C to 40°C
Operating relative humidity range:
<90% (non-condensing)
The equipment will operate without damage under the following environmental
conditions:
Temperature range:
-10°C to 45°C
Relative humidity range:
<95% (non-condensing)
Electromagnetic compatibility conditions:
Emissions:
EN 55103-1 (Directive 89/336/EEC)
Immunity:
EN 55103-2 (Directive 89/336/EEC)
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Certificate of Conformity
Network Electronics ASA
N-3204 Sandefjord
Norway
Company Registration Number:
NO 976 584 201 MVA
Declares under sole responsibility that the product:
Product name:
Product description:
MOT-BOX
®
Hard-shell case for one Flashlink 2U frame.
To which this declaration relates are of Norwegian origin and are in conformity with the
following standards:
EN 55103-1: 1996
EN 55103-2: 1996
Generic Emissions Standard
Generic Immunity Standard
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Product Warranty
The warranty terms and conditions for the product(s) covered by this manual follow the
General Sales Conditions by Network Electronics ASA. These conditions are available on the
company web site of Network Electronics ASA:
www.network-electronics.com
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Appendix A Materials declaration and recycling information
A.1 Materials declaration
For product sold into China after 1st March 2007, we comply with the “Administrative
Measure on the Control of Pollution by Electronic Information Products”. In the first stage of
this legislation, content of six hazardous materials has to be declared. The table below
shows the required information.
Toxic or hazardous substances and elements
組成名稱
Part Name
MOT-BOX
鉛
汞
镉
六价铬
多溴联苯
多溴二苯醚
Lead Mercury Cadmium Hexavalent Polybrominated Polybrominated
(Pb)
(Hg)
(Cd)
Chromium
biphenyls
diphenyl ethers
(Cr(VI))
(PBB)
(PBDE)
O
O
O
O
O
O
O: Indicates that this toxic or hazardous substance contained in all of the homogeneous materials for
this part is below the limit requirement in SJ/T11363-2006.
X: Indicates that this toxic or hazardous substance contained in at least one of the homogeneous
materials used for this part is above the limit requirement in SJ/T11363-2006.
This is indicated by the product marking:
A.2 Recycling information
Network Electronics provides assistance to customers and recyclers through our web site
http://www.network-electronics.com. Please contact Network Electronics’ Customer Support
for assistance with recycling if this site does not show the information you require.
Where it is not possible to return the product to Network Electronics or its agents for
recycling, the following general information may be of assistance:
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Before attempting disassembly, ensure the product is completely disconnected from
power and signal connections.
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All major parts are marked or labelled to show their material content.
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Depending on the date of manufacture, this product may contain lead in solder.
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Some circuit boards may contain battery-backed memory devices.
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