e CardModul Series 5000 Reference Manual

Reference Manual
P MX 5212 D
Series 5000
CardModule
Dual AES Digital Audio Multiplexer
© LYNX Technik AG
Brunnenweg 3
D-64331 Weiterstadt
Germany
www.lynx-technik.com
Reference Manual P MX 5212 D V2.0
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Warranty
LYNX Technik AG warrants that the product will be free from
defects in materials and workmanship for a period of two (2)
year from the date of shipment. If this product proves defective
during the warranty period, LYNX Technik AG at its option will
either repair the defective product without charge for parts and
labor, or will provide a replacement in exchange for the
defective product.
In order to obtain service under this warranty, customer must
notify LYNX Technik of the defect before expiration of the
warranty period and make suitable arrangements for the
performance of service. Customer shall be responsible for
packaging and shipping the defective product to the service
center designated by LYNX Technik, with shipping charges
prepaid. LYNX Technik shall pay for the return of the product to
the customer if the shipment is within the country which the LYNX
Technik service center is located. Customer shall be responsible
for payment of all shipping charges, duties, taxes and any other
charges for products returned to any other locations.
This warranty shall not apply to any defect, failure, or damage
caused by improper use or improper or inadequate
maintenance and care. LYNX Technik shall not be obligated to
furnish service under this warranty a) to repair damage resulting
from attempts by personnel other than LYNX Technik
representatives to install, repair or service the product; b) to
repair damage resulting from improper use or connection to
incompatible equipment; c) to repair any damage or
malfunction caused by the use of non LYNX Technik supplies; or
d) to service a product which has been modified or integrated
with other products when the effect of such modification or
integration increases the time or difficulty servicing the product.
THIS WARRANTY IS GIVEN BY LYNX TECHNIK WITH RESPECT TO THIS
PRODUCT IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED. LYNX TECHNIK AND ITS VENDORS DISCLAIM ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE. LYNX TECHNIK`S RESPONISIBILITY TO REPAIR AND
REPLACE DEFECTIVE PRODUCTS IS THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE
REMEDY PROVIDED TO THE CUSTOMER FOR BREACH OF THIS
WARRANTY. LYNX TECHNIK AND ITS VENDORS WILL NOT BE LIABLE
FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTAL
DAMAGES IRRESPECTIVE OF WHETHER LYNX TECHNIK OR THE
VENDOR HAS ADVANCE NOTICE OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGES.
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Regulatory information
Europe
Declaration of Conformity
We
LYNX Technik AG
Brunnenweg 3
D-64331 Weiterstadt
Germany
Declare under our sole responsibility that the product
TYPE: P MX 5212 D
To which this declaration relates is in conformity with the following
standards (environment E1-E3):
EN 55103-1 /1996
EN 55103-2 /1996
EN 60950 /2001
Following the provisions of 89/336/EEC and 73/23/EEC directives.
Winfried Deckelmann
Weiterstadt, October 2005
Place and date of issue
Legal Signature
USA
FCC 47 Part 15
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not
cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to the 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
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Contents
Warranty .....................................................................................3
Regulatory information .............................................................4
Europe .....................................................................................4
Declaration of Conformity ...................................................4
USA .........................................................................................4
FCC 47 Part 15 ...................................................................4
Contents .....................................................................................5
Getting Started...........................................................................7
Packaging................................................................................7
Product Description .................................................................7
Functional Diagram .................................................................9
Module Layout.........................................................................9
Connections .............................................................................11
Video Connections ................................................................11
Audio Connections ................................................................12
Audio Input Connections (balanced).................................12
Installation................................................................................13
Settings and Control ...............................................................14
Multi Function Switch ............................................................15
Using the Local Display Menus.............................................16
Navigation .........................................................................16
Local Adjustments Available .............................................16
Factory Default Values......................................................16
Menu Structure......................................................................17
Auto Store .........................................................................17
Alarm/LED Status Indicators .................................................19
Alarm/LED Status Indicators .................................................20
Audio Status Indicator.......................................................20
SDI Status Indicator ..........................................................20
Alarm Indicator..................................................................20
Auto Store .........................................................................21
Locate Function ................................................................22
Specifications (P MX 5212 D) .................................................23
Available Options ....................................................................24
Parts List ..................................................................................24
Service ......................................................................................25
Contact Information.................................................................26
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Getting Started
Packaging
The shipping carton and packaging materials
provide protection for the module during transit.
Please retain the shipping cartons in case
subsequent shipping of the product becomes
necessary.
Product Description
The P MX 5212 D is a high quality digital AES Audio
multiplexer (Audio Embedder) designed primarily
for broadcast and professional applications.
The Module accepts 2 external AES3 inputs
(combined into one audio group) and multiplexes
these into the incoming SDI video input. Group
insertion is selectable (1 through 4). Existing audio
groups can be overwritten, deleted or passed
transparently. Four separate SDI outputs of the
embedded signal are provided which could be
used to cascade several modules for additional
audio group insertion. The Module uses 110-Ohm
(Sub D) interconnections.
The P MX 5212 has a variety of features, which
include:
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User selectable audio groups. (1…4)
Selection of Audio Mono Channels
525 and 625 line standard. (auto detect)
Supports 4:3 / 16:9 aspect ratios.
270 and 360Mbits/s (auto detect)
Supports 20 and 24 bit audio.
Supports 8 and 10 bit video.
Selectable bypass of audio sample rate
conversion per AES input
EDH insertion back into outgoing SDI data
streams.
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No audio insertion if audio input lost.
Supports asynchronous and synchronous
audio inputs. (Asynchronous audio between
30KHz and 48KHz)
local DIP switch, multifunction switch and
LED's for control and status monitoring.
Microprocessor controlled.
Remote control interface.
The module has a built in micro-controller with local
controls, status and alarm indicators and well as
internal flash ram for storing setups. Any operational
parameters configured and stored into the module
are recalled when powered up. Remote control
and remote status monitoring is possible when used
with the rack frame option and host controller.
CardModules are installed in the series 5000 card
frame (R FR 5010) that can accommodate up to 10
CardModules. All modules are hot swappable and
options include full redundant power and a range
of controller options.
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Functional Diagram
Figure 1 below is the basic functional diagram for
the P MX 5212 D CardModule.
Figure 1- P MX 5212 D Functional Diagram
Module Layout
Figure 2 shows the physical layout of the P MX 5212
D CardModule and also the connection panel that
is fitted to the rear of the rack.
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Figure 2 – Module Layout
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Caution
Use static precautions when handling the
PCB. Static discharge could result in serious
damage to the module.
Connections
Video Connections
The P MX 5212 D CardModule is configured with
standard 75 Ohm BNC connectors. Connection is
self-explanatory. We recommend the use of high
quality video cable for digital audio/video
connections to reduce the risk of interference or
errors due to excessive cable attenuation. Some
guidelines for max cable length are shown below.
250m (820 feet) Belden 8281 (270Mbits/s)
Note. Due to the compact design of the
connection plate it will be necessary to use a
connection tool to secure the BNC video
connectors.
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Audio Connections
Audio Input Connections (balanced)
SubD 25 pin female connector.
Pin
Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Connection
+ AES 2
GND AES 2
- AES 1
13
25
Pin
Number
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Connection
- AES 2
+ AES 1
GND AES 1
1
14
Figure 3 - Audio input connection detail
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Installation
Caution
The CardModule is shipped in a
protective anti-static bag. Please take
suitable precautions to avoid static
discharge onto any part of the PCB or
components when handling module or
serious damage could result.
Each Card Module is supplied with a rear
connection panel and two mounting screws.
Please follow the following procedure for
installation of the card module into the Series 5000
Card Frame.
a) Select a slot in the card frame where the
CardModule will be located
b) Remove the blank connection panel from the
rear of the rack (if fitted)
c) Install the rear connection panel using the
screws supplied. Do not tighten the screws fully
d) Slide the card module into the card frame and
carefully check the CardModule easily
connects to the rear connection plate. The
card should fit easily and should not require
excessive force to insert, if you feel any
resistance, there could be something wrong
with the rear connection panel location. Do not
try and force the connection. Remove the rear
connection panel and check alignment with
the CardModule.
e) Insert and remove the CardModule a few times
to ensure correct alignment and then tighten
the two screws to secure the rear connection
plate
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Settings and Control
The P MX 5212 D has an integrated micro-controller,
which enables the module to be configured and
controlled locally using the multifunction switch and
4 character dot matrix display, or from remote
when using one of the optional controllers and
control software.
Once set, all settings are automatically saved in
non-volatile internal memory. (Flash ram) The
module will always recall the settings used prior to
power down.
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Multi Function Switch
The CardModule is equipped with a multi-function
switch located on the front bottom edge of the
card (refer to figure 2)
Multi-function Switch
Side
Front
Switch Operations
Up
Down
Enter
Figure 4 – Switch Operation
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Using the Local Display Menus
Making local adjustments to the module is done
using the multifunction switch and the integrated 4character dot matrix display (figure 3). The menu
system is layered, and navigation through the
system is done using the UP and DOWN functions of
the switch. ENTER is used to move between menu
levels and also enter a selection.
Navigation
Switch Function
Operation
UP
DOWN
ENTER
Move UP within a level
Move down within a level
Change levels / Make selection
Local Adjustments Available
All of the critical adjustments to the module are
accessible using the local display and multi function switch.
Factory Default Values
The module can be reset via the local menu to
factory preset values:
- Group 1 selected
- 24 Bit conversion
- Mute off
- Inversion off
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Menu Structure
The Menu structure is defined in the next table, and
should be used when navigating through the
system.
Notes / Tips.
ENTER moves between Levels
UP/DOWN moves between items within the level
When you enter a new setting the system will jump
back one level in the menu system.
The “back” selection in the menu structure will take
you back one level when selected.
When an item is selected which has several setting
possibilities the first value displayed will be the value
currently stored in the system. The order of the
available settings for any menu item in the table
supplied does not represent the order he settings
will actually be displayed.
If left unattended, the menu will default to the root
display after a preset timeout.
Auto Store
If no parameters are changed for 10 seconds then
the current settings will be written into flash memory
automatically, this can be seen by the alarm LED
flashing yellow four times.
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Alarm/LED Status Indicators
The P MX 5212 D module has several LED indicators
on the card edge that serve as alarm and status
indication for the module. The alarm indicator is
visible with the cover fitted to the rack. LED
functions are described below. Refer to fig 2 for
locations.
Audio Status Indicator
One LED is provided for Audio and indicates the
following
LED Color
Green
Yellow
Red
Indication
All Audio inputs present
One or more audio inputs missing
No valid Audio signal present
SDI Status Indicator
One LED is provided for SDI and indicates the
following
LED Color
Green
Red
Indication
SDI present
No SDI present
Alarm Indicator
A Single alarm LED is provided which can be seen
while the rack cover is fitted and provides a
general alarm indication for the module.
Color
Indication
Green
SDI present with all Audio signals detected
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SDI present with one or more Audio inputs
missing
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SDI input is missing
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no Audio detected
Yellow
Red
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Auto Store
If no parameters are changed for 10 seconds then
the current settings will be written into flash memory
automatically, this can be seen by the alarm LED
flashing yellow four times.
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Locate Function
For larger systems which may have multiple
MiniModules of the same type in a single rack, or
multiple rack systems on a large central control
system we have added a useful utility which will
help to visually locate a suspect module quickly
(When used in conjunction with the optional control
system and software)
Once the specific module has been selected on
the control system there is a locate button on the
top of the GUI:
Locate Function in Control System
When Locate is selected the status indicator on the
GUI and the module LED`s will flash yellow in the
following continuous sequence.
3 short flashes…. Pause…. 3 short flashes …
This uses the alarm LED located on the front of the
module and in some cases any channel or status
LED`s that may be used in the module.
Use of the locate function will not interfere with the
normal operation of the module.
For more details on this feature please check the
documentation supplied with the controller
software.
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Specifications
(P MX 5212 D)
Inputs (video)
Signal
Connection
Impedance
Return loss
Max cable length
1 x SDI 4:2:2 SMPTE 259M-CD (270 / 360 Mbps)
BNC
75 Ohms
> 15dB (270 MHz)
250 m (270 MHz)
Inputs (audio)
Signal
Connection
Impedance
2 x AES 3 SMPTE 272M-ABCDEFG
SubD 25 female
110 Ohm
Outputs
Signal
Connection
Impedance
Jitter
4 x SDI 4:2:2 SMPTE 259M-CD (270 / 360 Mbps)
with EDH and SMPTE 276M
BNC
75 Ohms
< 0.2 UI
Operating Modes
Embedding
Delete
Embed audio 2 x AES (one group) in one of four
user selectable groups in the SDI input stream
Delete all selected audio groups
Performance
AES input sample rate
AES sample size
48 KHz synchronous or 30 KHz….48KHz
asynchronous
20 or 24 bit
Status Monitoring
Local LED`s
Electrical Specifications
Operating Voltage
Power Consumption
Safety
12 VDC
5W
IEC 60950/ EN 60950/VDE 0805
Mechanical
Size
Weight
283mm x 78mm
Card module 120g, connection panel 50g
Ambient
Temperature
Humidity
5°C to 40°C Maintaining specifications
Max 80% non condensing
Supplied Accessories
Documentation
P MX 5212 D Reference Manual
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Available Options
Below is a list of related products for the P MX 5212
D CardModule. Please refer to product brochures
or our web site for more detailed information.
Model
Description
R FR 5010
Series 5000 Rack Frame (empty) with single
power supply
R PS 5010
Redundant power supply for the R FR 5010
Card Frame
R CT 5020
Rack controller for the R FR 5010 Card
Frame
R CT 5030
Master controller with TCP/IP interface for
the R FR 5010 Card Frame
R CT 5010
Rack Bus Extension for the R FR 5010 Card
Frame. In combination with R CT 5020 or
R CT 5030
Parts List
Due to the very dense design and miniature
surface mount technology the module is not field
serviceable. The information for a replacement
assembly is below.
P MX 5212 D CardModule (complete)
Description
Dual AES Embedder
Model Number
P MX 5212 D
Part Number
6.155.009.300
Sub Assemblies:
P MX 5212 D Processing Board only (BS 5095_B)
Part Number
5.155.009.240
Rear Connection Panel for P MX 5212 D(MA5028_A)
Part Number
6.155.009.221
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Service
If you are experiencing problems, or have questions
concerning your P MX 5212 D CardModule please
contact your local distributor for assistance.
We offer a fixed cost service exchange program for
defective Series 5000 CardModules out of
Warranty. Please contact your distributor or check
our web site for details on this program.
More detailed information and product updates
may be available on our web site:
www.lynx-technik.com
You will also find links to contact us directly for
assistance.
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Contact Information
Please contact your local distributor; this is your
local and fastest method for obtaining support and
sales information.
LYNX Technik can be contacted directly using the
information below.
Address
LYNX Technik AG
Brunnenweg 3
D-64331 Weiterstadt
Germany.
Website
www.lynx-technik.com
E-Mail
info@lynx-technik.com
LYNX Technik manufactures a complete range of
high quality modular products for broadcast and
Professional markets, please contact your local
representative or visit our web site for more product
information.
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Notes
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