AFi RR-94845SL Instruction manual

Instruction Manual
RT-94845SL
RR-94845SL
Forty-Eight Channel Video Multiplexer
With Bi-directional Ethernet Data
© Copyright 2007, American Fibertek, Inc. 0411JD
Table of Contents
Functional Description ........................................................................3
Installation...........................................................................................3
RT-94845SL Components ..................................................................4
RR-94845SL Components ..................................................................5
Power Connections .............................................................................6
Fiber Connections ...............................................................................6
Video Input / Output Connections .......................................................7
Ethernet Data Connections ................................................................7
RT-980 Series Status LED Indicators .................................................8
RTX-45-1490 Status LED Indicators...................................................9
RR-980 Series Status LED Indicators...............................................10
RRX-45-1470 Status LED Indicators ................................................11
Warranty / Service Information .........................................................12
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INSTALLATION AND OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing your American Fibertek Series 94845SL singlemode forty-eight
channel video multiplexer with bi-directional Ethernet data. Please take a few minutes to read
these installation instructions in order to obtain the maximum performance from this product.
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
The 94845SL Series units operate as a transmitter / receiver pair for the digital transmission of
forty-eight simultaneous NTSC or PAL video signals along with one channel of bi-directional
Ethernet data over one singlemode fiber optic cable. The Ethernet data channel will autoconfigure for a transmission speed of either 10 Mb/s or 100 Mb/s. An external switch is provided
for selecting MDI (straight) or MDIX (crossover) Ethernet connections.
The RT-94845SL transmitter accepts up to forty-eight video inputs in six groups containing eight
videos and multiplexes each group into a high speed serial data stream. The first group’s serial
data stream modulates a laser at 1510nm wavelength. The second group’s serial data stream
modulates a laser at 1530nm wavelength. This pattern is repeated for group’s three through six
using wavelengths 1550nm through 1610nm respectively. A Course Wave Division Multiplexer
(CWDM) combines these six wavelengths, along with the forward data wavelength of 1490nm
and the return data wavelength of 1470nm, onto a single optical output port for connection to
the fiber transmission system. Correspondingly, the RR-94845SL receiver converts the optical
signal to forty-eight independent video output signals and one data output while transmitting the
one return data channel.
The 94845SL Series product is designed to operate over an optical loss budget range of 0dB to
21dB on 9um singlemode fiber. Refer to the product specification sheet for additional
performance data.
INSTALLATION
THIS INSTALLATION SHOULD BE MADE BY A QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON AND
SHOULD CONFORM TO THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE, ANSI/NFPA 70 AND LOCAL
CODES.
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RT-94845SL COMPONENTS
The RT-94845SL consists of the following components:
1) RT-980-1510
1) RT-980-1570
1) RT-980-1530
1) RT-980-1590
1) RT-980-1550
1) RT-980-1610
1) RTX-45-1490
8) PCSC/UPC-0.3
1) MTX-CWDM-8
1) SR-20
1) PSR-2
1) BPS-1
The individual 980 series video rack cards that make up the RT-94845SL are combined in a
rack mount configuration using the SR-20 subrack. Please refer to the instruction manuals for
the SR-20 and the PSR-2 for information on the installation of the subrack with its power supply.
The individual 980 series rack cards can slide into any of the open slots in the SR-20 subrack,
however, the recommended configuration is shown below. This configuration starts with a blank
panel next to the PSR-2 power supply followed by the RTX-45-1490 data card. The lowest
wavelength video card, the RT-980-1510 continues the configuration which ends with the
highest wavelength card, the RT-980-1610, at the left side of the rack. Following this
configuration allows the fiber port on the back of the 980 series card to best line up with its
associated port on the CDWM unit. Use a small screwdriver to push and lock the ¼ turn
fasteners into place. The Multi-Channel Digital Video CWDM that optically multiplexes the six
video rack cards and one data rack card used in the RT-94845SL is labeled MTX-CWDM-8. It
should be mounted directly below its corresponding SR-20 subrack with a ½ RU space between
the two components. To maximize the performance and life of the system, installing a fan above
the SR-20 subrack is recommended to pull air up across the RT-94845SL components.
RT-94845SL
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RR-94845SL COMPONENTS
The RR-94845SL consists of the following components:
1) RR-980-1510
1) RR-980-1570
1) RR-980-1530
1) RR-980-1590
1) RR-980-1550
1) RR-980-1610
1) RRX-45-1470
8) PCSC/UPC-0.3
1) MRX-CWDM-8
1) SR-20
1) PSR-2
1) BPS-1
The 980 series video rack cards and the data rack card that make up the RR-94845SL are
installed in a manner similar to the RT-94845SL (see drawing below). The Multi-Channel Digital
Video CWDM that optically demultiplexes the six video rack cards and the one data card used in
the RR-94845SL is labeled MRX-CWDM-8. Mounting procedures and recommendations should
follow those used for the RT-94845SL.
RR-94845SL
POWER SOURCE
Power to the 980 series and 45 series rack cards is supplied by the subrack. Please refer to the
SR-20 and PSR-2 instructions for further details.
The CDWM unit is a passive device which does not require any power source.
POWER CONNECTION
Power is supplied to the individual 980 series and 45 series units via a four finger backplane
connector. The individual components can be inserted into the subrack or removed from the
subrack with power applied to the backplane. Please refer to the SR-20 and PSR-2 instructions
for details.
The CDWM unit is a passive device which does not require any power connection.
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RT-94845SL FIBER CONNECTIONS
The fiber optic connection to the user’s infrastructure is made via a SC connector located at the
back of the CDWM unit next to the power input. Be sure to allow sufficient room for the required
minimum bend radius of the fiber cable used. SC patchcords are supplied for the intra-fiber
connections between the CWDM and each of the 980 series and 45 series units. The
wavelength listed for each port on the CWDM must correlate with the wavelength listed on the
980 series unit to which that port is attached. The top port of the RTX-45-1490 connects to the
1470nm port on the CWDM. The bottom port of the RTX-45-1490 connects to the 1490nm port
on the CWDM. Follow the drawing below for the proper connections of the fiber patchcords.
RT-94845SL
RR-94845SL FIBER CONNECTIONS
The fiber optic connections on the RR-94845SL are similar to those for the RT-94845SL with
the exception of the RRX-45-1470 data card. On the RRX-45-1470, the bottom port connects
to the 1470nm port on the CWDM. The top port of the RRX-45-1470 connects to the 1490nm
port on the CWDM. Follow the drawing on the next page for the proper connections of the fiber
patchcords.
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RR-94845SL
VIDEO INPUT / OUTPUT CONNECTIONS
Video input and output connections are located on the rear of the 980 series units. A BNC
connector is provided for each channel. The video inputs are connected to an appropriate 75Ω
baseband video source such as a camera or a video recorder output. The 75Ω video outputs
can be looped through typical baseband video inputs of switchers, recorders and other
equipment as required. For proper operation, the outputs must be terminated with 75Ω. For
optimum performance the video cables should be the shortest length of coax practical.
The location of a video input to the RT-94845SL will be mirrored as a video output at the RR94845SL. For example, the Channel 2 video input on the RT-980-1550 will become the Channel
2 video output on the RR-980-1550 after traveling across the fiber infrastructure.
ETHERNET DATA INPUT / OUTPUT CONNECTIONS
A RJ45 connector is used to connect UTP Ethernet data to the 45 series units.
MDI / MDIX Switch
All Ethernet equipment is designed with a MDI interface port or a MDIX interface port. The terms
MDI and MDIX refer to a specific orientation of the transmit data signal and the receive data
signal on the RJ45 connection to the unit. Some units have a switch built into them that allows
you to choose the port to be either MDI or MDIX. Other units can auto-configure to either speed.
Typically, a computer or terminal is wired as an MDI port connection and a network hub or
switch is wired as an MDIX connection. The MDI configured device is connected to the MDIX
device with a straight through Ethernet patch cable. Whenever a connection from one MDI
device to another MDI device is required, the use of a crossover cable is required to reorient the
signals, making the first device appear as if it was configured as MDIX. The RTX-45-1490 and
RRX-45-1490 are shipped in the MDI configuration. Therefore, when connecting to a MDI
configured device a crossover cable should be used. In the event the proper cable is not
available, an external switch is provided at the rear of the 45 series unit for reconfiguring the
unit as a MDIX port. If the 45 series unit is connected to an auto-configure device, it is not
necessary to change the MDI / MDIX switch.
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RT-980 SERIES STATUS INDICATORS
Each of the RT-980 series transmitters provides the following front panel LED status indicators
to aid in installation and troubleshooting:
VIDEO 1 THROUGH VIDEO 8
A bi-color LED indicator is provided for the each of the eight video inputs to the RT-980 series
transmitters. Video status associated with each of these LED’s is summarized below.
Video Presence LED
Green
Red
Video Status
Proper Input Video Present
Input Video Not Detected
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RTX-45-1490 STATUS INDICATORS
The RTX-45-1490 transceiver provides the following LED status indicators to aid in
troubleshooting:
UTP ACTIVITY
A green LED indicator monitors the presence of any data signals into the RTX-45-1490 from the
twisted pair wires. Input status associated with this LED is summarized below.
UTP Activity Indicator
Green
Off
Ethernet Data Status
Data Packets Present
Data Packets Not Detected
UTP LINK
A bi-color LED indicator monitors the speed of any data signals present through the RTX-451490. Data status associated with this LED is summarized below.
UTP Link Indicator
Green
Amber
Off
Ethernet Data Status / Speed
100 Mb/s Full or Half Duplex
10 Mb/s Full or Half Duplex
Data Packets Not Detected
POWER
A green LED indicator monitors the presence of DC voltage into the RTX-45-1490 from the
subrack. DC voltage status associated with this LED is summarized below.
Power Indicator
Green
Off
DC Input Voltage Status
DC Voltage Present
Check Subrack Power Supply
FIBER ACTIVITY
A green LED indicator monitors the presence of any data signals into the RTX-45-1490 from the
fiber cable. Input status associated with this LED is summarized below.
Fiber Activity Indicator
Green
Off
Ethernet Data Status
Data Packets Present
Data Packets Not Detected
FIBER LINK
A bi-color LED indicator monitors the speed of any data signals present through the RTX-451490. Data status associated with this LED is summarized below.
Fiber Link Indicator
Green
Amber
Off
Ethernet Data Status / Speed
100 Mb/s Full or Half Duplex
10 Mb/s Full or Half Duplex
Data Packets Not Detected
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RR-980 SERIES STATUS INDICATORS
Each of the RR-980 series receivers provides the following front panel LED status indicators to
aid in installation and troubleshooting:
VIDEO 1 THROUGH VIDEO 8
A bi-color LED indicator is provided for the each of the eight video outputs from the RR-980
series receivers. Video status associated with each of these LED’s is summarized below.
Video Presence LED
Green
Red
Video Status
Proper Output Video Present
Output Video Not Detected
OLI
A bi-color LED indicator monitors the power of the optical input signal that is being received at
the RR-980 series unit from video channels one through eight of its corresponding RT-980
series unit. AC power and optical input status associated with this LED are summarized below.
Optical Level Indicator
Green
Red
Off
AC Power Status
On
On
Off
Optical Status
Proper Optical Input Power Present
Optical Input Not Detected
Check Power Supply Input
SYNC
A bi-color LED indicator is provided to monitor the proper serialization of the electrical video
data stream through the RR-980 series unit. Each group of eight videos has its own SYNC
indicator. Sync status associated with this LED is summarized below.
Sync LED
Green
Red
Sync Status
Proper Data Stream Serialization Present
Data Stream Serialization Not Detected
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RRX-45-1470 STATUS INDICATORS
The RRX-45-1470 transceiver provides the following LED status indicators to aid in
troubleshooting:
UTP ACTIVITY
A green LED indicator monitors the presence of any data signals into the RRX-45-1470 from the
twisted pair wires. Input status associated with this LED is summarized below.
UTP Activity Indicator
Green
Off
Ethernet Data Status
Data Packets Present
Data Packets Not Detected
UTP LINK
A bi-color LED indicator monitors the speed of any data signals present through the RRX-451470. Data status associated with this LED is summarized below.
UTP Link Indicator
Green
Amber
Off
Ethernet Data Status / Speed
100 Mb/s Full or Half Duplex
10 Mb/s Full or Half Duplex
Data Packets Not Detected
POWER
A green LED indicator monitors the presence of DC voltage into the RRX-45-1470 from the
subrack. DC voltage status associated with this LED is summarized below.
Power Indicator
Green
Off
DC Input Voltage Status
DC Voltage Present
Check Subrack Power Supply
FIBER ACTIVITY
A green LED indicator monitors the presence of any data signals into the RRX-45-1470 from the
fiber cable. Input status associated with this LED is summarized below.
Fiber Activity Indicator
Green
Off
Ethernet Data Status
Data Packets Present
Data Packets Not Detected
FIBER LINK
A bi-color LED indicator monitors the speed of any data signals present through the RRX-451470. Data status associated with this LED is summarized below.
Fiber Link Indicator
Green
Amber
Off
Ethernet Data Status / Speed
100 Mb/s Full or Half Duplex
10 Mb/s Full or Half Duplex
Data Packets Not Detected
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LIFETIME WARRANTY INFORMATION
American Fibertek, Inc warrants that at the time of delivery the products delivered will be free of
defects in materials and workmanship. Defective products will be repaired or replaced at the
exclusive option of American Fibertek. A Return Material Authorization (RMA) number is
required to send the products back in case of return. All returns must be shipped prepaid. This
warranty is void if the products have been tampered with. This warranty shall be construed in
accordance with New Jersey law and the courts of New Jersey shall have exclusive jurisdiction
over this contract. EXCEPT FOR THE FOREGOING WARRANTY, THERE IS NO WARRANTY
OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR OTHERWISE,
EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, WHICH EXTENDS BEYOND THE WARRANTY SET FORTH IN
THIS AGREEMENT. In any event, American Fibertek will not be responsible or liable for
contingent, consequential, or incidental damages. No agreement or understanding, expressed
or implied, except as set forth in this warranty, will be binding upon American Fibertek unless in
writing, signed by a duly authorized officer of American Fibertek.
SERVICE INFORMATION
There are no user serviceable parts inside the unit.
In the event that service is required to this unit, please direct all inquiries to:
American Fibertek, Inc.
120 Belmont Drive
Somerset, NJ 08873
Phone: (877) 234-7200
Phone: (732) 302-0660
FAX (732) 302-0667
E-mail: techinfo@americanfibertek.com
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