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A2300SHR SERIES – FIBER OPTIC SELF
HEALING RING TRANSCEIVER
ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 SUMMARY
A. Fiber Optic Audio Transceiver Self-Healing
Ring
1.2 SECTION INCLUDES
A. A2300SHR Series Audio Transceiver SelfHealing Ring – Standalone
1.3 REFERENCES
A. Underwriters Laboratory (UL)
B. Underwriters Laboratory Canada (ULC)
C. European Union Compliance (CE)
1.4 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
A. Performance Requirements: Provide an Audio
Transceiver system with self-healing ring
functions.
1. The system shall utilize 850nm optics
capable of audio transmission as well as
self-healing ring functions on four
multimode optical fibers. (A2300SHR)
2. The system shall utilize 1300nm optics
capable of audio transmission as well as
self-healing ring functions on four
multimode optical fibers. (A2320SHR)
3. The system shall utilize 1300nm optics
capable of audio transmission as well as
self-healing ring functions on four single
mode optical fibers. (A2325SHR)
1.5 SUBMITTALS
A. Product Data: Manufacturer’s printed product
data sheet for each type of Transmitter/Receiver
specified.
B. Detail Drawings: Electrical and optical connect
drawings. Product mounting template.
C. Manufacturer’s Installation and Operating
Manual: Printed installation and operating
information for each type of
Transmitter/Receiver specified.
D. Warranty: Manufacturer’s Printed Warranty
1.6 DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING
A. Deliver materials in unopened factory packaging
with Manufacturer’s bar coding to the job site.
B. Inspect product upon delivery to assure that
specified products have been received.
C. Store in original packaging in a climate
controlled environment. Storage Temperature
not to exceed: -40˚ C to +85˚ C
1.7 PROJECT/SITE CONDITIONS
A. Temperature Requirements: Products shall
operate in an environment with an ambient
temperature range of –40˚ C to +74˚ C without
the assistance of fan-forced cooling.
B. Humidity Requirements: Products shall operate
in an environment with relative humidity of 0%
to 95% (non-condensing). If product is installed
in condensation conditions, unit shall have
Project name/project number/date
(Optional information, e.g., owner, A/E)
conformal coating applied to the printed circuit
board.
1.8 WARRANTY
A. Standard International Fiber Systems
Comprehensive Lifetime Warranty: IFS
warrants the product to be free of factory defects
under manufacture’s Lifetime Warranty as
submitted under article 1.05 (E)
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1 MANUFACTURER
A. Acceptable Manufacturer: International Fiber
Systems, Inc.; 16 Commerce Road, Newtown,
CT 06470 USA; Telephone: 203-426-1180; Fax
203-426-3326; Email: [email protected]; Internet:
www.ifs.com
B. Substitutions: Not Permitted
C. All fiber optic modules shall be supplied from a
single manufacturer.
2.2 MANUFACTURED UNITS
A. Model Number Descriptions: Reference Table
A: Product Number Descriptions
B. Model Compatibility Chart: Reference Table B:
Product Compatibility Chart
2.3 GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
A. The audio transceiver system shall be an IFS
A2300SHR series module. The module shall
self-heal in the event of an unexpected cable
break to keep the system operational. The
module shall require no in-field electrical or
optical adjustments or in-line attenuators to ease
installation. The module shall provide power,
and carrier detect indicating LED’s for
monitoring proper system operation. The
modules shall provide automatic re-settable
solid-state current limiters and independent
voltage regulators on each module to reduce the
chance of a single point failure of the system.
The module shall have an MTBF of >100,000
hours and operate in an environment of –40˚ C to
+74 ˚ C and relative humidity between 0% to
95% (non-condensing). The module shall be UL
and ULC listed and CE marked. The circuit
board shall be UL 94 flame rated and meet all
IPC standards. All PC boards shall be designated
with part number, PC board number and show
appropriate revision number. Housing shall be of
all metal construction. All LED indicators and
both electrical and mechanical connections shall
be identified with silk-screened labels. The
module shall have a lifetime warranty to reduce
system life cycle cost in an event of a module
failure.
2.4 AUDIO SPECIFICATIONS
A. Bandwidth: 20Hz – 20KHz
B. Input/Output: 2.2 volts peak – to - peak
C. Impedance: 600 ohms
2.5 OPTICAL SPECIFICATIONS
A. IFS Model Number A2300SHR
1. Optical Fiber: 62.5/125 micron multimode
2. Number of Fibers Required: 4
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Optical Wavelength: 850nm
Optical Emitter Type: 850nm LED
Transmitter Output Power: 20µw (-17 dB)
Optical Detector Type: 850nm PIN DIODE
Receiver Sensitivity: 0.5µw (-33 dB)
Optical Power Budget: 16 dB
Optical Attenuation: No manual adjustments
required
B. IFS Model Number A2320SHR
1. Optical Fiber: 62.5/125 micron multimode
2. Number of Fibers Required: 4
3. Optical Wavelength: 1300nm
4. Optical Emitter Type: 1300nm LED
5. Transmitter Output Power: 20µw (-17 dB)
6. Optical Detector Type: 1300nm PIN DIODE
7. Receiver Sensitivity: 0.5µw (-33 dB)
8. Optical Power Budget: 16 dB
9. Optical Attenuation: No manual adjustments
required
C. IFS Model Number A2325SHR
1. Optical Fiber: 9/125 micron single-mode
2. Number of Fibers Required: 4
3. Optical Wavelength: 1300nm
4. Optical Emitter Type: 1300nm LED
5. Transmitter Output Power: 25µw (-16 dB)
6. Optical Detector Type: 1300nm PIN DIODE
7. Receiver Sensitivity: 0.5µw (-33 dB)
8. Optical Power Budget: 17 dB
9. Optical Attenuation: No manual adjustments
required
2.6 STATUS INDICATORS
A. Power: On/Red – Off/Off
B. Carrier Detect: Carrier Detected/Yellow – No
Carrier Detected/Off
2.7 CONNECTORS
A. Optical: ST
B. Power and Data: Terminal Block with Screw
Clamps
2.8 ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
A. Power: 12VDC
B. Current Protection: Automatic re-settable solidstate current limiters
C. Voltage Regulation: Solid-state, Independent on
each board
D. Circuit Board: UL 94 flame rated and meets all
IPC standards.
2.9 MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS
A. Surface Mount Dimensions: 7.1” x 4.9” x 1.0”
(18.0 cm x 12.45 cm x 2.54 cm)
B. Finish: Module shall be constructed of a metal
enclosure with a powder coat finish model
Number F63B12 with all connections and
indicators silk-screened directly on unit. Rack
mount units shall be constructed of anodized
aluminum.
C. Weight: < 2.0 lbs./1.0kg
2.10 ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS
A. MTBF: >100,000 Hours
B. Operating Temp: –40˚ C to +74 ˚ C
C. Storage Temp: -40˚ C to +85˚ C
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D. Relative Humidity: 0% to 95% (noncondensing). If product is installed under
condensation conditions, unit shall have
conformal coating applied to the printed circuit
board. (Add –C to model number for conformal
coated printed circuit board)
2.11 REGULATORY AGENCIES/APPROVALS
AND LISTINGS
A. Underwriters Laboratory (UL) Listing Number:
I.T.E. 6D16
B. Underwriters Laboratory Canada (ULC) Listing
Number: I.T.E. 6D16
C. UL 94-flame rated PCB board: 94VO
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1 EXAMINATION
A. Inspect modules before installation.
B. Modules shall be free of any cosmetic defects or
damage.
C. All optical connectors shall be covered with dust
caps and remain on the module until installing
cable connectors to module.
D. Shipping box shall include the module, power
supply and operations manual.
3.2 PREPARATION
A. Standalone Module (Surface Mount)
1. Shall be mounted on a properly prepared
surface adequate for the size and weight of
module. The placement of the unit shall
allow provision for cable installation and
maintenance as indicated on the approved
detail drawings and in compliance with the
IFS mounting template and installation
manual.
B. Optical Fibers
1. Caution: NEVER look into the end of an
active optical fiber when using laser light
output. Eye damage can occur. Wear eye
protection when cleaving, terminating, and
splicing fiber.
2. The number and type (multimode or singlemode) of optical fiber shall meet the
requirements of the IFS model number in
article 2.05 used in the installation.
3. All optical fiber cables shall be properly
installed and terminated with the mating
optical connectors as submitted in article
2.07 (A).
4. The optical link shall be tested with either a
power meter, at a minimum, or OTDR to
ensure the link budget (overall path loss)
plus an added 3dB of optical safety margin
does not exceed the optical power budget as
submitted in article 2.05.
5. All optical connectors on cable shall be
cleaned in compliance to optical connector
manufactures specifications and covered
with dust caps until connection to the fiber
optic module.
3.3 INSTALLATION
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(Optional information, e.g., owner, A/E)
A. General: Locate fiber optic modules as indicated
on the approved detail drawings and install
module in compliance with the IFS installation
and operations manual.
3.4 TESTING
A. Testing the Fiber Optic Audio Link.
1. Verify that the audio leads and optical fibers
are properly connected.
Project name/project number/date
(Optional information, e.g., owner, A/E)
2.
Make sure that power is applied to all fiber
optic modules, pre-amplifiers, and
amplifiers.
3. Successful audio link operation should be
confirmed at this point.
3.5 CLEANING
A. Follow all instructions for proper use of solvents
and adhesives used for termination and splicing.
B. At completion of the installation, dispose of all
fiber scraps properly.
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MANUFACTURED UNITS REFERENCE TABLES
Table A: Product Number Descriptions
MAX. DISTANCE*
A2300SHR SERIES
DESCRIPTION
A2300SHR
MM Audio – 850 <> Audio – 850, 4 Fibers
2.8 Miles (4.5KM)
10 Miles (16KM)
A2320SHR
MM Audio – 1300 <> Audio – 1300, 4 Fibers
30 Miles (49KM)
A2325SHR
SM Audio – 1300 <> Audio – 1300, 4 Fibers
* Maximum distance is limited to optical loss of the fiber and any additional loss by connectors, splices and patch
panels.
Table B: Product Compatibility Chart
TRANSCEIVER
A2300SHR
A2320SHR
A2325SHR
COMPATIBLE TRANSCEIVER
A2300SHR
A2320SHR
A2325SHR
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