UFM-30MUX Operation manual [PDF:978.7KB]

UFM-30MUX Operation manual [PDF:978.7KB]
OPERATION
MANUAL
UFM-30MUX
3G/HD/SD Digital Audio Multiplexer
UFM-3MUXAI
1st Edition - Rev. 2
Edition Revision History
Edit.
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1
Rev.
1
Date
2013/03/29
2013/04/30
1
2
2013/08/27
Description
First Edition
Added "Operation Examples"
Corrected factual errors.
Added "no signal" indication in
Added "no signal" indication in
Added "no signal" indication in
Added "no signal" indication in
Section/Page
Sec. 5
SDI AUDIO IN SYNC
SDI AUDIO IN PCM
AES IN SYNC
AES AUDIO IN PCM
Spec details added to Audio Input (SDI embedded,
AES/EBU) and Audio Output (SDI embedded)
UFM-30MUX power current changed
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Sec. 6-6-4
Sec. 6-6-5
Sec. 6-6-8
Sec. 6-6-9
Sec. 10-1-1
Sec. 10-1-1
Precautions
Important Safety Warnings
[Power]
Stop
Do not place or drop heavy or sharp-edged objects on power cord. A damaged cord
can cause fire or electrical shock hazards. Regularly check power cord for
excessive wear or damage to avoid possible fire / electrical hazards.
[Circuitry Access]
Stop
Do not touch any parts / circuitry with a high heat factor.
Capacitors can retain enough electric charge to cause mild to serious shock, even
after power is disconnected. Capacitors associated with the power supply are
especially hazardous. Avoid contact with any capacitors.
Hazard
Unit should not be operated or stored with cover, panels, and / or casing removed.
Operating unit with circuitry exposed could result in electric shock / fire hazards or
unit malfunction.
[Potential Hazards]
Caution
If abnormal smells or noises are noticed coming from the unit, turn power off
immediately and disconnect power cord to avoid potentially hazardous conditions. If
problems similar to above occur, contact authorized service representative before
attempting to again operate unit.
[Consumables]
Caution
The consumables used in unit must be replaced periodically. For further details on
which parts are consumables and when they should be replaced, refer to the
specifications at the end of the Operation Manual. Since the service life of the
consumables varies greatly depending on the environment in which they are used,
they should be replaced at an early date. For details on replacing the consumables,
contact your dealer.
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Upon Receipt
Unpacking
UFM-30MUX Digital Audio Multiplexer modules are fully inspected and adjusted prior to
shipment. Operation can be performed immediately upon completing all required connections
and operational settings.
Check your received items against the packing lists below. Check to ensure no damage has
occurred during shipment. If damage has occurred, or items are missing, inform your supplier
immediately.
 UFM-30MUX box
ITEM
UFM-30MUX
QTY
Front module
Rear module
(This manual)
1 set
Operation Manual
1
REMARKS
1
1
UFM-3MUXAI box (Analog Input Option)
ITEM
UFM-3MUXAI
QTY
Front module
Rear module
1 set
REMARKS
1
1
Flat cable
1
For connection to UFM-30MUX
Gasket
1
For attachment to UFM-30MUX
UFM-30MUX and UFM-3MUXAI modules are used by installing them into a UF-106B or
UF-112 UFM Frame.
UF-106B supports up to 6 pairs of modules (Up to 4 pairs if UF-106BPS is installed)
UF-112 supports up to 12 pairs of modules.
Remote Control Options
ITEM
UFM-30CTL
REMARKS
Control Card
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Table of Contents
1. Prior to Starting ........................................................................................................................... 7
1-1. Welcome.............................................................................................................................. 7
1-2. Features .............................................................................................................................. 7
1-3. About This Manual .............................................................................................................. 7
2. Panel Descriptions...................................................................................................................... 8
2-1. UFM-30MUX........................................................................................................................ 8
2-2. UFM-3MUXAI (Option) ........................................................................................................ 9
3. Connection................................................................................................................................ 10
3-1. Installing to a UFM frame .................................................................................................. 10
3-2. Basic Configuration (UFM-30MUX) .................................................................................. 12
3-3. Optional Configuration (UFM-3MUXAI) ............................................................................ 12
3-3-1. Analog Audio Connection .......................................................................................... 12
4. Operation .................................................................................................................................. 14
4-1. Power ON .......................................................................................................................... 14
4-2. Operation and Menu Modes.............................................................................................. 14
4-2-1. Operation (Normal) Mode .......................................................................................... 14
4-2-2. Menu Mode ................................................................................................................ 15
4-2-3. Menu Operation Example .......................................................................................... 16
4-3. Menu List ........................................................................................................................... 18
5. Operation Examples ................................................................................................................. 21
5-1. AES CH1-4 >> SDI EMB CH1-4 ....................................................................................... 21
5-2. SDI EMB GRP1 >> SDI EMB GRP2 ................................................................................. 22
5-3. Synchronous / Asynchronous Audio Mapping .................................................................. 23
6. Menu Details ............................................................................................................................. 24
6-1. Input Menu......................................................................................................................... 24
6-1-1. SDI IN SYNC MODE .................................................................................................. 24
6-1-2. AES IN SYNC MODE................................................................................................. 24
6-1-3. SDI IN PCM MODE/AES IN PCM MODE ............................................................... 24
6-1-4. ANALOG INPUT LEVEL ............................................................................................ 25
6-1-5. SDI IN GAIN/AES IN GAIN/ANALOG GAIN ......................................................... 25
6-2. Mapping Menu ................................................................................................................... 25
6-2-1. SDI OUT MAPPING ................................................................................................... 25
6-3. Output Menu ...................................................................................................................... 26
6-3-1. EMB THRU................................................................................................................. 26
6-3-2. SDI OUT STEREO MODE ......................................................................................... 26
6-3-3. SDI OUT RESOLUTION ............................................................................................ 26
6-3-4. SDI OUT GAIN ........................................................................................................... 26
6-4. LTC Menu .......................................................................................................................... 27
6-4-1. LTC MUX.................................................................................................................... 27
6-4-2. LTC SEL ..................................................................................................................... 27
6-5. System Menu..................................................................................................................... 27
6-5-1. SDI BYPASS .............................................................................................................. 27
6-5-2. SDI LOCK MODE ....................................................................................................... 27
6-5-3. TV SYSTEM ............................................................................................................... 28
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6-5-4. MINIMUM DELAY ....................................................................................................... 28
6-5-5. REF LEVEL ................................................................................................................. 28
6-5-6. TEST MODE ............................................................................................................... 28
6-5-7. FACTORY SET ........................................................................................................... 28
6-6. Status Menu (Display only) ................................................................................................ 29
6-6-1. SDI STATUS ............................................................................................................... 29
6-6-2. SDI TV SYSTEM......................................................................................................... 29
6-6-3. SDI AUDIO IN ON/OFF .............................................................................................. 29
6-6-4. SDI AUDIO IN SYNC .................................................................................................. 29
6-6-5. SDI AUDIO IN PCM .................................................................................................... 29
6-6-6. LTC IN ON/OFF .......................................................................................................... 29
6-6-7. AES IN ON/OFF .......................................................................................................... 30
6-6-8. AES IN SYNC ............................................................................................................. 30
6-6-9. AES AUDIO IN PCM ................................................................................................... 30
6-6-10. SLOT ......................................................................................................................... 30
6-6-11. OPTION .................................................................................................................... 30
6-6-12. VERSION .................................................................................................................. 30
7. Workflow Block Diagrams ......................................................................................................... 31
7-1. AUDIO Processing ............................................................................................................. 31
7-2. TIME CODE Processing .................................................................................................... 31
7-3. MINIMUM DELAY .............................................................................................................. 32
8. UFM-3MUXAI Card Settings ..................................................................................................... 33
8-1. UFM-3MUXAI FRONT CARD ............................................................................................ 33
8-2. Digital Output Level versus Analog Input Level ................................................................. 34
9. Troubleshooting......................................................................................................................... 35
10. Specifications and Dimensions ............................................................................................... 36
10-1. Specifications ................................................................................................................... 36
10-1-1. UFM-30MUX ............................................................................................................. 36
10-1-2. UFM-3MUXAI ............................................................................................................ 37
10-2. External Dimensions ........................................................................................................ 38
10-2-1. UFM-30MUX ............................................................................................................. 38
10-2-2. UFM-3MUXAI ............................................................................................................ 39
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1. Prior to Starting
1-1. Welcome
Congratulations! By purchasing UFM-30MUX Digital Audio Multiplexer modules you have
entered the world of FOR-A and its many innovative products. Thank you for your patronage and
we hope you will turn to FOR-A products again and again to satisfy your video and audio needs.
FOR-A provides a wide range of products, from basic support units to complex system
controllers, which have been increasingly joined by products for computer video-based systems.
Whatever your needs, talk to your FOR-A representative. We will do our best to be of continuing
service to you.
The UFM-30MUX, Digital Audio Multiplexer plug-in module is installed into a UF-106B or
UF-112 UFM Frame. The unit accepts 3G/HD/SD-SDI signal input and 8-ch
AES/EBU audio input and multiplexes the video and audio signals into an SDI
output. The AES 7/8 input port can also accept LTC signal by changing the switch
setting on the front panel. LTC input can be also embedded into the SDI output.
The UFM-3MUXAI optional analog input module for the UFM-30MUX is also installed into the
UFM frame. The unit converts analog input audio (4 stereo pairs) to digital audio
signals and embeds them into the SDI output stream from the UFM-30MUX.
1-2. Features
 Accepts an SDI stream and 4-pair (8ch) AES/EBU input and outputs the signal as an SDI
stream.
 Supports 3G/HD/SD-SDI.
 Maximum 32 ch audio source: 16 channels of SDI de-embedded audio, 8 channels of
AES/EBU input and 8 channels (4 stereo pairs) of optional analog input
 Free mapping of audio source channels to the SDI output on a per-channel basis (for
asynchronous channels on a per-group basis)
 Incorporates a Sampling Rate Converter for each AES/EBU input.
 Accepts timecode (LTC) input (using the LTC IN and AES 7/8 switchable input or LTC IN on
an optional module card).
 Allows input timecode to be overlaied onto the ANC area of SDI output.
 Relay bypass from SDI input to SDI output (when unit power is Off or set to Bypass)
 UFM-3MUXAI option modules provide analog audio input and indipendent LTC input.
1-3. About This Manual
This manual is intended to help the user easily operate this product and make full use of its
functions during operation. Before connecting or operating your unit, read this operation manual
thoroughly to ensure you understand the product. Afterwards, it is important to keep this manual
in a safe place and available for reference.
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2. Panel Descriptions
2-1. UFM-30MUX
 Front Panel
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
PUSH
OPERATE
LOCK
AES
LTC
UFM-30MUX
No.
Name
Description
(1)
OPERATE/LOCK
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
AES/LTC switch
If set to OPERATE, the switch is set to Menu mode and
menu settings can be made.
If set to LOCK, the switch is set to Menu Lock mode and
menu settings cannot be made.
Switches the 7/8-LTC port between AES 7/8 and LTC.
Display panel
Used to display menus and perform operational settings.
Up/Down switch
Used to move to higher or lower menu layers.
Menu Control
Used to perform menu settings.
 Rear Panel
No.
(1)
INPUT
OUTPUT
3G/HD/SD-SDI
3G/HD/SD-SDI
(1)
(2)
Name
3G/HD/SD-SDI
INPUT
(2)
3G/HD/SD-SDI
OUTPUT
(3)
DIGITAL AUDIO IN
1/2
3/4
5/6
DIGITAL AUDIO IN
7/8-LTC
UFM-30MUX
(3)
Description
Used to input serial digital component video.
Used to output serial digital component video, in which
specified audio channels are multiplexed (embedded).
The SDI input signal is directly sent to this output via
relay, if set to BYPASS or the power supply is down.
(See section 6-5-1. "SDI BYPASS."
Used to input 4 AES/EBU stereo pairs.
Channel 7/8 input can be changed to an LTC input.
(See (2) in Front Panel above.)
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2-2. UFM-3MUXAI (Option)
 Front Panel
(1)
POWER
UFM-3MUXAI
 Rear Panel
LTC IN
ANALOG AUDIO IN
UFM-3MUXAI
(2)
No.
(1)
Name
POWER LED
(2)
ANALOG AUDIO IN
(3)
LTC IN
(3)
Description
Displays the power status.
Used to input analog audio.
See section 3-3-1. "Analog Audio Connection."
Used to input LTC time code.
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3. Connection
3-1. Installing to a UFM frame
UFM-30MUX and UFM-3MUXAI modules are used by installing them into UF-106B or UF-112
UFM frames.
 UFM-30MUX
UFM-30MUX modules can be installed in any empty slot on UFM frames.
A UFM-30MUX module set consists of a front and rear module. Be sure to always install the
front and rear modules in the same slot positions.
 UFM-3MUXAI
Install a UFM-3MUXAI module set into the slot just below the UFM-30MUX slot.
(1) Attach the gasket supplied with the UFM-3MUXAI on the UFM-30MUX card as shown in the
figure below.
Then, connect the UFM-30MUX and UFM-3MUXAI front modules with the supplied flat cable.
Bend the flat cable as shown in the figure below.
Attach the gasket.
Back face of UFM-30MUX
front module
Connect the two front
modules by bending the
flat cable
Front face of UFM-30MUXAI
front module
IMPORTANT
Make sure that when a UFM-3MUXAI is connected to the UFM-30MUX, the supplied
gasket is attached to the UFM-30MUX card.
(2) After connecting the flat cable, align the two module cards so that the pivot post on the
UFM-3MUXAI card is correctly inserted into the pivot hole of the UFM-30MUX card.
Insert the pivot post
into the long hole.
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(3) Insert the two front modules into slots on a UFM frame by pinching the flat cable between two
card modules as shown below.
Pinch the flat cable
between two cards.
(4) A UFM-3MUXAI module set consists of a front and rear module. Be sure to install the front
and rear modules in the same slot positions.
UF-106B front panel
POW ER
UFM-30MUX
POW ER
ON
ON
P O W E R RE F
IN
FAN
TEM P DC
POW ER
A LARM
OFF
P O W E R RE F
IN
OFF
FAN
TEM P DC
POW ER
A LARM
UFM-3MUXAI
UF-112 front panel
UFM-30MUX
UFM-3MUXAI
POW ER
PO W ER
ON
GENLOCK
IN
FAN
TEMP
OFF
DC
POW ER
ALARM
IMPORTANT
Refer to the UF-106B or UF-112 Operation Manual for details on the module
installaion.
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3-2. Basic Configuration (UFM-30MUX)
Connect UFM-30MUX modules to peripheral devices referring to the figure below.
DIGITAL AUDIO IN
SDI signal
UFM-30MUX
INPUT
OUTPUT
3G/HD/SD-SDI
3G/HD/SD-SDI
1/2
3/4
5/6
DIGITAL AUDIO IN
7/8-LTC
UFM-30MUX
Audio embedded SDI signal
3-3. Optional Configuration (UFM-3MUXAI)
INPUT
OUTPUT
3G/HD/SD-SDI
3G/HD/SD-SDI
1/2
3/4
5/6
DIGITAL AUDIO IN
UFM-30MUXAI
7/8-LTC
UFM-30MUX
LTC IN
ANALOG AUDIO IN
ANALOG AUDIO IN
UFM-3MUXAI
LTC IN
IMPORTANT
The UFM-30MUX and UFM-3MUXAI front modules must be connected using the
supplied flat cable.
3-3-1. Analog Audio Connection
For balanced audio signals, connect the hot, cold and shield conductor to "+" ," - " and
"COM" pins respectively.
For unbalanced audio signals, connect the conductor that carries audio to a "+" pin and
ground to "COM."
jumpers on the front module to switch between balanced and unbalanced
Use
stereo audio. See section 8-1. "UFM-3MUXAI FRONT CARD" for details.
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 Analog Audio Connector (25-pin D-sub , Female, Inch screws)
13 12 11 10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14
 Signal Assignments (25-pin D-sub , Female)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Setting
CH4 R+
CH4 R COM
CH4 LCH3 R+
CH3 R COM
CH3 LCH2 R+
CH2 R COM
CH2 LCH1 R+
CH1 R COM
CH1 LNC
CH4 RCH4 L+
CH4 L COM
CH3 RCH3 L+
CH3 L COM
CH2 RCH2 L+
CH2 L COM
CH1 RCH1 L+
CH1 L COM
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4. Operation
4-1. Power ON
After verifying that all wiring is correctly connected, apply power to the UFM frame. The
UFM-30MUX will start up and display "UFM30MUX" as shown below.
PUSH
OPERATE
LOCK
AES
U F M 3 0 M U X
LTC
UFM-30MUX
4-2. Operation and Menu Modes
4-2-1. Operation (Normal) Mode
After powering itself on, the UFM-30MUX will enter Operation mode and display the SDI
signal status.
If the SDI signal is normal, "READY" will be displayed.
If the SDI signal is abnormal, an error message will be displayed. (See the table below.)
PUSH
OPERATE
LOCK
AES
LTC
UFM-30MUX
R
SDI status display
READY
NO SIG
CRC ERR
OP ERR
E
A
D
Y
Description
SDI signal is present.
No SDI signal is present.
A CRC error is detected.
An incompatible option item is
installed.
IMPORTANT
"OP ERR" is displayed when an incompatible option module is connected to the
UFM-30MUX. Power off the frame, remove and disconnect the optional module.
 To return to Operation mode
To return to Operation mode from Menu mode, move the Up/Down switch to the Up
position.
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4-2-2. Menu Mode
The Menu mode is used to set up modules.
 To Enter Menu mode
To enter Menu mode from Operation mode, move the Up/Down switch to the Down
position.
Up: Operation mode
PUSH
AES
OPERATE
LOCK
LTC
UFM-30MUX
Down: Menu mode
The UFM-30MUX menu is composed of three or four levels or hierarchies: menus,
parameters, channels and values. Channels are not included in some menus. See section
5-3. "Menu Details" for details.
 Menu Display
(Moving between
items or levels)
Menu
Input
Mapping
Output
etc.
Parameter
SDI SYNC
SDI MAP
EMB THRU
etc.
Channel
Group1
CH1
CH1/2
etc.
Value
Auto
SDI CH1
Stereo
etc.
Turn Control
Press Control
Up/Down switch to Down
Up/Down switch to Up
Up/Down switch
Control
PUSH
OPERATE
LOCK
Turn
AES
LTC
UFM-30MUX
Press
 To select an item in each level, turn the Control knob.
 To move to a lower level, move the Up/Down switch to the Down position, and to move
to a higher level, move the switch to Up.
 Pressing the control knob or moving the switch to Down in the Value level applies the
changed value. The cursor will automatically return to the Channel level.
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4-2-3. Menu Operation Example
This chapter explains how to set menu parameters using a menu operational example, in
which CH2 AES audio is assigned to CH2 SDI-embedded audio.
Menu
Input
Mapping
Output
LTC
System
Status
Parameter
SDI MAP
Channel
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
|
Value
SDI CH1
|
AES CH1
AES CH2
AES CH3
|
(1) Turn the control knob to select the Mapping menu.
PUSH
OPERATE
LOCK
AES
LTC
UFM-30MUX
M
a
p
p
i
n
g
(2) Press the control or move the switch down to go to the parameter level.
When SDI MAP is displayed, press the control again or move the switch down to go to the
channel level.
PUSH
OPERATE
LOCK
AES
LTC
UFM-30MUX
S
D
I
M
A
P
(3) Turn the control to select CH2.
PUSH
OPERATE
LOCK
AES
LTC
UFM-30MUX
C
H
2
C
C
C
|
H
H
H
|
1
2
3
|
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(4) Press the control or move the switch down. The current setting (SDI CH 2) will blink.
PUSH
OPERATE
LOCK
AES
LTC
UFM-30MUX
S
D
I
C
H
2
(5) Turn the control to select AES CH 2.
PUSH
OPERATE
LOCK
AES
LTC
UFM-30MUX
A
E
S
C
H
2
|
A
A
A
|
|
E
E
E
|
|
S
S
S
|
|
C
C
C
|
|
H
H
H
|
|
1
2
3
|
(6) Press the control or move the switch down to confirm the change. The display will
automatically return to the channel level.
PUSH
OPERATE
LOCK
AES
LTC
UFM-30MUX
C
H
2
To set other channels in the same parameter, repeat Steps (3) to (6).
To set another menu parameter, move the switch up once or twice then select a menu and/or
parameter, select a channel, then set its value.
After all settings are completed, move the switch up the required number of times to return to
Operation mode.
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4-3. Menu List
Menu
Input
Mapping
Output
LTC
System
Status (Display only)
Description
Sets up embedded and AES audio input.
Assigns input audio channels, SDI-embedded and AES, to
SDI-embedded output channels.
Sets up embedded audio output.
Selects a time code for SDI output.
Sets up the system and SDI signals.
Displays the embedded and AES audio and LTC input status.
IMPORTANT
To reset all menu parameters to factory settings, see section 6-5-7. "FACTORY SET."
 Input Menu
Parameter
Full name
Menu name
SDI IN SYNC MODE
SDI SYNC
Group1 to 4
AES IN SYNC MODE
AES SYNC
CH1-4 , CH5-8
SDI IN PCM MODE
SDI PCM
Group 1 to 4
AES IN PCM MODE
AES PCM
CH1/2 to CH7/8
ANALOG INPUT LEVEL
ANA LVL
CH1/2 to CH7/8
SDI IN GAIN
SDI Gain
CH1 to 16
AES IN GAIN
AES Gain
CH1 to 8
ANALOG GAIN
ANA Gain
CH1 to 8
 Mapping Menu
Parameter
Full name
Menu name
SDI OUT MAPPING
SDI MAP
Channel
Channel
CH1 to 16
18
Setting
Auto
Sync
Async
SRC On
Sync
Async
Auto
PCM
NonPCM
Auto
PCM
NonPCM
+10dB
+8dB
+4dB
0dB
-4dB
-10dB
-20dB
+20.0dB
+19.9dB
|
-19.9dB
-20.0dB
Setting
SDI CH1 to 16
AES CH1 to 8
ANA CH1 to 8
SDI GRP 1 to 4
Refer to
6-1-1
6-1-2
6-1-3
6-1-3
6-1-4
6-1-5
6-1-5
6-1-5
Refer to
6-2-1
 Output Menu
Parameter
Full name
Menu name
EMB THRU
EMB THRU
Channel
SDI OUT STEREO
MODE
SDI MODE
3G
Group 1 to 4
HD
SD
--CH1/2 to CH15/16
SDI OUT RESOLUTION
SDI RESO
CH1 to 16
SDI OUT GAIN
SDI Gain
CH1 to 16
Setting
Refer to
Embed
Through
6-3-1
Stereo
L-CH
R-CH
L+R
L-Mute
R-Mute
24bit
20bit
16bit
+20.0dB
+19.9dB
|
-19.9dB
-20.0dB
6-3-2
6-3-3
6-3-4
 LTC Menu
Parameter
Full name
Menu name
LTC MUX
LTC MUX
LTC SEL
Setting
Refer to
Through
MUX
AES
Analog
LTC SEL
6-4-1
6-4-2
 System Menu
Parameter
Full name
SDI BYPASS
SDI BYPS
SDI LOCK MODE
SDI Lock
TV SYSTEM
Format
MINIMUM DELAY
MIN DLY
REF LEVEL
REF LVL
TEST MODE
FACTORY SET
Test SIG
FACT SET
Format settings
3G SDI
1080/59a
1080/50a
1080/60a
1080/59b
1080/50b
1080/60b
a: Level A
b: Level B
Setting
Menu name
1080/59i
1080/50i
1080/60i
1080/30p
1080/29p
1080/25p
1080/24p
1080/23p
1080/24s
1080/23s
Refer to
Operate
Bypass
Auto
Internal
(See the "Format settings" table
below)
On, Off
-20dB
-18dB
On, Off
EXEC
HD SDI
720/59p
720/50p
720/60p
720/24p
720/23p
1035/59i
1035/60i
s: PsF
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6-5-1
6-5-2
6-5-3
6-5-4
6-5-5
6-5-6
6-5-7
SD SDI
525/60
625/50

Status Menu (Display only)
Parameter
Full name
Menu name
SDI STATUS
SDI ERR
Channel
Display
Refer to
No Error
No SIG
CRC ERR
(See the "Format
settings" table on
the previous
page.)
6-6-1
4oooo 1
8ooxx 5
12xxxo 9
16xxxx13
6-6-3
SDI TV SYSTEM
Format
SDI AUDIO IN ON/OFF
SDI AUD
SDI AUDIO IN SYNC
SDI Sync
G4aassG1
6-6-4
SDI AUDIO IN PCM
SDI PCM
G4ppnpG1
6-6-5
LTC IN ON/OFF
LTC In
On
Off
6-6-6
AES IN ON/OFF
AES In
78oooo12
6-6-7
AES IN SYNC
AES Sync
78aass12
6-6-8
AES AUDIO IN PCM
AES PCM
78ppnp12
6-6-9
SLOT
OPTION
Slot
Option
6-6-10
6-6-11
VERSION
Version
1 to 12
No Opt
3MUXAI
XX.XX
XX.XX
XX.XX
Group 1
Group 2
Group 3
Group 4
SDI
AES
ANA
CPU
FPGA
CPLD
20
6-6-2
6-6-12
5. Operation Examples
5-1. AES CH1-4 >> SDI EMB CH1-4
This example embeds AES input (CH1-4) to SDI embedded audio Group 1 (CH1-4).
Audio source
Channels to which audio
source is embedded
AES input CH1 to 4
SDI output CH1 to 4 (Group 1)
GRP 1
UFM30MUX
 Setting Required Parameters
Menu
Parameter
Channel
Mapping
SDI MAP
Output
EMB THRU
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
Group1 *
Setting
AES CH1
AES CH2
AES CH3
AES CH4
Embed (default)
Description
Assigns AES input
CH1-4 to SDI output
CH1-4.
Embeds the audio
source to Group 1.
System
SDI BYPS
--Operate (default)
Performs audio
embedding.
* For SD-SDI signals, Embed or Through should be selected for all groups.
 Adjustable Parameters
Menu
Parameter
Channel
Input
Output
System
Default Setting
AES SYNC
CH1-4
SRC On
AES PCM
CH1/2
CH3/4
Auto
AES Gain
CH1-4
0.0dB
SDI MODE
CH5/6
CH7/8
Stereo
SDI RESO
CH5-8
24bit
SDI Gain
CH5-8
0.0dB
SDI Lock
---
Auto
Test SIG
---
Off
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Description
Allows you to select
Sync or Async for
audio source.
Allows you to select
PCM or nonPCM for
audio source.
Allows you to adjust
input gain.
Allows you to select
stereo or mono for
output audio.
Allows you to select
bit depth for output
audio.
Allows you to adjust
output gain.
Allows you to select
an SDI format if set
to Internal.
Allows you to output
the audio test signal
if set to On.
Refer to
6-2-1
6-3-1
6-5-1
Refer to
6-1-2
6-1-3
6-1-5
6-3-2
6-3-3
6-1-5
6-5-2
6-5-6
5-2. SDI EMB GRP1 >> SDI EMB GRP2
This example remaps asynchronous SDI embedded audio channels. Embedded audio Group1
(CH1-4) is assigned to Group 2(CH5-8).
Audio source
Channels to which audio source
is embedded
SDI input CH1 to 4 (Group 1)
SDI output CH5 to 8 (Group 2)
GRP 1
GRP 1
UFM30MUX
 Setting Required Parameters
Menu
Parameter
Channel
Input
SDI SYNC
Group1
Setting
GRP 2
Description
Automatically
changes mode to
asynchronous.
Mapping
SDI MAP
CH5
SDI GRP1
Assigns embedded
audio Group 1 in the
SDI input to Group 2
in the SDI output.
Output
EMB THRU
Group2 * Embed (default)
Embeds the audio
source to Group 2.
System
SDI BYPS
--Operate (default)
Performs audio
embedding.
* For SD-SDI signals, Embed or Through should be selected for all groups.
 Adjustable Parameters
Menu
Parameter
Channel
Input
Output
System
Auto (default)
Default Setting
SDI PCM
Group1
Auto
SDI Gain
CH1-4
0.0dB
SDI MODE
CH5/6
CH7/8
Stereo
SDI RESO
CH5-8
24bit
SDI Gain
CH5-8
0.0dB
SDI Lock
---
Auto
Test SIG
---
Off
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Description
Allows you to select
PCM or nonPCM for
audio source.
Allows you to adjust
input gain.
Allows you to select
stereo or mono for
output audio.
Allows you to select
bit depth for output
audio.
Allows you to adjust
output gain.
Allows you to select
an SDI format if set
to Internal.
Allows you to output
the audio test signal
if set to On.
Refer to
6-1-1
6-2-1
6-3-1
6-5-1
Refer to
6-1-3
6-1-5
6-3-2
6-3-3
6-3-4
6-5-2
6-5-6
5-3. Synchronous / Asynchronous Audio Mapping
If audio source channels are synchronized with the SDI input, they can be freely mapped to SDI
audio output channels. If audio source channels are asynchronous, however, they are mapped
on a per-group basis.
 Synchronous Audio Mapping Example (Freely assignable on a per-channel basis)
Input Audio Channels
Channels after Mapping
Group 2
(Sync)
Group 2
(Sync)
Group 3
(Sync)
Group 4
(Sync)
Group 4
(Sync)
Group 1
(Sync)
SDI ch1
SDI ch2
SDI ch3
SDI ch4
SDI ch5
SDI ch6
SDI ch7
SDI ch8
SDI ch9
SDI ch10
SDI ch11
SDI ch12
SDI ch13
SDI ch14
SDI ch15
SDI ch16
Group 1
(Sync)
Group 1
(Sync)
|
Mapping
Group 2
(Sync)
SDI ch1
SDI ch2
SDI ch3
SDI ch4
SDI ch5
SDI ch6
SDI ch7
SDI ch8
|
SDI ch14
SDI ch15
SDI ch16
AES ch1
AES ch2
AES ch3
AES ch4
AES ch5
AES ch6
AES ch7
AES ch8
AES ch3
SDI ch5
SDI ch16
AES ch4
SDI ch6
SDI ch2
AES ch8
SDI ch1
AES ch6
SDI ch14
AES ch7
SDI ch4
SDI ch7
SDI ch15
SDI ch6
AES ch4
 Synchronous and Asynchronous Audio Mapping Example
Freely assignable on a per-channel (for synchronous audio) and group basis (for
asynchronous audio)
Input Audio Channels
Channels after Mapping
Group 2
(Sync)
Group 2
(Async)
Group 3
(Async)
Group 4
(Sync)
Group 4
(Sync)
Group 1
(Sync)
SDI ch1
SDI ch2
SDI ch3
SDI ch4
SDI ch5
SDI ch6
SDI ch7
SDI ch8
SDI ch9
SDI ch10
SDI ch11
SDI ch12
SDI ch13
SDI ch14
SDI ch15
SDI ch16
Group 1
(Async)
Group 1
(Sync)
|
Mapping
Group 2
(Async)
SDI ch1
SDI ch2
SDI ch3
SDI ch4
SDI ch5
SDI ch6
SDI ch7
SDI ch8
|
SDI ch14
SDI ch15
SDI ch16
AES ch1
AES ch2
AES ch3
AES ch4
AES ch5
AES ch6
AES ch7
AES ch8
SDI ch5
SDI ch6
SDI ch7
SDI ch8
AES ch2
SDI ch2
AES ch3
SDI ch1
AES ch5
AES ch6
AES ch7
AES ch8
SDI ch14
SDI ch15
SDI ch4
AES ch4
IMPORTANT
If audio channels are mapped on a per-channel basis and some audio channels are
changed from synchronous to asynchronous during processing, the audio channels
may play out improperly or noisily. In such case, verify and remap the channels on a
per-group basis.
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6. Menu Details
6-1. Input Menu
6-1-1. SDI IN SYNC MODE
Parameter
SDI SYNC
Channel
Group1 to 4
Default
Auto
Description
Selects the sync mode for embedded audio
processing. (3G/HD-SDI)
Auto
Automatically selects Sync or Async
mode according to the information in
embedded audio.
Sync
Processes audio in synchronous
mode.
Async
Processes audio in asynchronous
mode.
* The "asx" of the UDW (user data word) bits in embedded audio packets indicates the
audio sync mode.
* If Sync or Async is selected, it is also set in the "asx" of the UDW bits in output audio.
6-1-2. AES IN SYNC MODE
Parameter
AES SYNC
Channel
CH1-4
CH5-8
Default
SRC On
Description
Selects the sync mode for AES audio processing.
SRC On
Enables SRC (Sample Rate
Converter) to synchronize audio to
video.
Sync
Processes audio in synchronous
mode.
Async
Processes audio in asynchronous
mode.
* If Sync or Async is selected, it is also set in the "asx" of the UDW bits in output audio.
NOTE
Asynchronous audio mapping can only be performed on a per-group basis.
Otherwise, some audio channels may be noisy or output improperly due to the mixture
of synchronous and asynchronous audio channels in a group.
SDI embedded audio input cannot be assigned to output audio in Mininum Delay
mode.
6-1-3. SDI IN PCM MODE/AES IN PCM MODE
Parameter
SDI PCM
Channel
Group1 to 4
Default
Auto
Description
Selects PCM (linear PCM, uncompressed) or
non-PCM (non-linear PCM) mode for embedded
and AES audio processing.
Automatically selects PCM or
non-PCM mode according to the
information in embedded audio.
PCM
Processes audio in PCM mode.
NonPCM Processes audio in non-PCM mode.
* The PCM or non-PCM information is included in the corresponding Channel Status bit.
AES PCM
CH1/2 to 7/8
Auto
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 PCM and NonPCM
Linear PCM audio indicates raw and uncompressed digital audio data, which is encoded
from analog audio signals using the Linear Pulse Code Modulation (LPCM) method.
NonPCM (non-linear) audio indicates digital audio data other than linear PCM audio and
includes compressed audio streams such as Dolby E or AC3.
IMPORTANT
Note that some audio channels may be output improperly if PCM and non-PCM or
non-PCM of different-format audio channels are included in a group.
6-1-4. ANALOG INPUT LEVEL
Parameter
ANA LVL
Channel
CH1/2 to 7/8
Default
+4dB
Description
Sets the ANALOG audio input level on a
per-channel pair basis. (UFM-3MUXAI required)
See section 8-2. "Digital Output Level versus
Analog Input Level" for details on audio output
level settings.
-20dB, -10dB, -4dB, 0dB, +4dB, +8dB, +10dB
* Analog audio impedance and balance/unbalance can be selected using jumpers on the
UFM-3MUXAI front module. (See section 8-1. "UFM-3MUXAI FRONT CARD.")
6-1-5. SDI IN GAIN/AES IN GAIN/ANALOG GAIN
Parameter
SDI Gain
Channel
CH1 to 16
AES Gain
CH1 to 8
ANA Gain
CH1 to 8
Default
0.0dB
Description
Adjusts the input gain for each embedded, AES
and analog audio channel.
Gain adjustment cannot be performed for
non-PCM audio channels. (See section 6-1-3.)
-20.0dB to +20.0dB (in 0.1dB steps)
6-2. Mapping Menu
6-2-1. SDI OUT MAPPING
Parameter
SDI MAP
Channel
CH1 to 16
Default
Same
as SDI
IN.
Description
Assigns audio input channels to output channels.
Basically, audio assignments can be performed
on a per-channel basis, however, asynchronous
(non-PCM) audio must be assigned on a
per-group basis.
Available audio channels are:
SDI CH1 to 16
AES CH1 to 8
ANA CH1 to 8 (UFM-3MUXAI required)
SDI GRP1 to 4
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6-3. Output Menu
6-3-1. EMB THRU
Parameter
EMB
THRU
Channel
3G Group
HD 1 to 4
SD
Default
Embed
---
Description
Embed
Embeds the selected channels under
SDI OUT MAPPING to the SDI output.
Through Passes through the SDI input audio
without modification.
For 3G/HD-SDI signals, set the parameter for
each group.
For SD-SDI signals, set the parameter for all
groups.
6-3-2. SDI OUT STEREO MODE
Parameter
SDI MODE
Channel
CH1/2 to
CH15/16
Default
Stereo
Description
Stereo
Outputs audio in normal stereo mode.
L-CH
Outputs L-CH audio for both L and R.
R-CH
Outputs R-CH audio for both L and R.
L+R
Outputs L and R mixed audio
(monaural) for both L and R.
L-Mute
Mutes L-CH audio.
R-Mute
Mutes R-CH audio.
6-3-3. SDI OUT RESOLUTION
Parameter
SDI RESO
Channel
CH1 to 16
Default
24bit
Description
Sets the sampling resolution (bit depth) for output
audio.
The sampling resolution cannot be set for
non-PCM audio. (See section 6-1-3.)
24bit
20bit
16bit
Outputs embedded 24-bit audio.
Outputs embedded 20-bit audio.
Outputs embedded 16-bit audio.
6-3-4. SDI OUT GAIN
Parameter
SDI Gain
Channel
CH1 to 16
Default
0.0dB
Description
Adjusts the output gain for each embedded audio
channel.
Gain adjustment cannot be performed for
non-PCM audio channels. (See section 6-1-3.)
-20.0dB to +20.0dB (in 0.1dB steps)
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6-4. LTC Menu
See section 7-2. "TIME CODE Processing" for details on time code processing.
6-4-1. LTC MUX
Parameter
LTC MUX
Default
Through
Description
Passes through or changes ANC time code data in the SDI
output.
Through Passes through ANC data in SDI input without
modification.
MUX
Overwrites ANC data with the LTC selected under
LTC SEL below.
6-4-2. LTC SEL
Parameter
LTC SEL
Default
AES
Description
Selects LTC (time code) data to be embedded into the SDI
output.
AES
Uses the time code data of AES CH7/8 input for
SDI output.
Analog
Uses the time code data input from the
UFM-30MUX AI for SDI output.
* Time code input for AES CH7/8 can be selected on the front panel. (See section 2-1.
UFM-30MUX.)
6-5. System Menu
6-5-1. SDI BYPASS
Parameter
SDI BYPS
Default
Operate
Description
Selects whether the SDI input is processed or bypassed when
powered On.
Basically, the SDI input signal is directly sent to the SDI output
via relay when powered Off.
Operate
Bypass
Processes and sends the SDI input signal to the
SDI output.
Directly sends the SDI input to the SDI output via
relay.
6-5-2. SDI LOCK MODE
Parameter
SDI Lock
Default
Auto
Description
Selects the Auto Detect or Specified TV standard for SDI
signals.
Auto
Internal
Automatically detects and sets the SDI TV
standard. If the SDI input signal is abnormal, the
standard set under Format (see the next
parameter) is applied.
Forcibly applies the TV standard set under Format
to SDI signals.
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6-5-3. TV SYSTEM
Parameter
Format
Default
1080/59i
Format settings
3G SDI
1080/59a
1080/50a
1080/60a
1080/59b
1080/50b
1080/60b
a: Level A
b: Level B
Description
Sets the SDI TV standard. (See the SDI LOCK MODE
parameter described above.)
See the table below for available formats.
1080/59i
1080/50i
1080/60i
1080/30p
1080/29p
1080/25p
1080/24p
1080/23p
1080/24s
1080/23s
HD SDI
720/59p
720/50p
720/60p
720/24p
720/23p
1035/59i
1035/60i
SD SDI
525/60
625/50
s: PsF
6-5-4. MINIMUM DELAY
Parameter
MIN DLY
Default
Off
Description
On
Sets the SDI I/O delay time to minimum (within 4
μsec). But audio channel mapping is unavailable.
(See section 7-3 "MINIMUM DELAY.")
Off
Sets the SDI I/O delay time to normal (1H). Audio
channel mapping is available.
6-5-5. REF LEVEL
Parameter
REF LVL
Default
-20dB
Description
Selects the digital audio reference level. (See section 8-2."
Digital Output Level versus Analog Input Level.")
-20dB
-18dB
6-5-6. TEST MODE
Parameter
Test SIG
Default
Off
Description
Setting to ON outputs an audio test signal.
On
Off
Outputs an internally generated 1 kHz audio test
signal (by embedding into SDI signals).
Outputs the selected input audio.
6-5-7. FACTORY SET
Parameter
FACT SET
Execution
EXEC
Description
Allows you to reset all parameters to factory values.
To reset all parameters, press the control or move the
Up/Down switch to Up while EXEC is displayed.
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6-6. Status Menu (Display only)
6-6-1. SDI STATUS
Parameter
SDI ERR
Description
Displays the SDI input status.
No Error
No SIG
CRC ERR
Normal
No SDI signal detected
CRC error detected
6-6-2. SDI TV SYSTEM
Parameter
Format
Description
Displays the detected SDI input signal format.
If TV standard detection has failed, "UNKNOWN" is displayed.
6-6-3. SDI AUDIO IN ON/OFF
Parameter
SDI AUD
Channel
Group1
Group2
Group3
Group4
Description
Displays the presence or absence of embedded audio in the
SDI input on each channel.
4oooo 1
8ooxx 5
12xxxo 9
16xxxx13
(o: Audio present
CH4 to 1 status
CH8 to 5 status
CH12 to 9 status
CH16 to 13 status
x: Audio absent)
6-6-4. SDI AUDIO IN SYNC
Parameter
SDI Sync
Description
Displays the embedded audio sync information in the SDI input on each
group.
G4aassG1
(a: Asynchronous
Group 4 to 1 status
s: Synchronous
x: No signal)
6-6-5. SDI AUDIO IN PCM
Parameter
SDI PCM
Description
Displays the embedded audio PCM/non-PCM information in the SDI input on
each group.
G4ppnpG1
(p: PCM
Group 4 to 1 status
n: Non-PCM
x: No signal)
6-6-6. LTC IN ON/OFF
Parameter
LTC In
SDI
AES
ANA
Description
Displays the presence or absence of LTC signal.
ON
OFF
LTC present
LTC absent
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6-6-7. AES IN ON/OFF
Parameter
AES In
Description
Displays the presence or absence of AES audio input to each channel pair.
78oooo12
(o: Audio present
AES 7/8 to 1/2 status
x: Audio absent)
6-6-8. AES IN SYNC
Parameter
AES Sync
Description
Displays the sync information of AES audio input to each channel pair.
78aass12
(a: Asynchronous
AES 7/8 to 2/1 status
s: Synchronous
x: No signal)
6-6-9. AES AUDIO IN PCM
Parameter
AES PCM
Description
Displays the PCM/non-PCM information of AES audio input to each channel
pair.
78ppnp12
(p: PCM
AES 7/8 to 2/1 status
n: Non-PCM
6-6-10. SLOT
Parameter
Slot
Description
Displays the installed slot number of the UFM frame.
6-6-11. OPTION
Parameter
Option
Description
Displays the option module status.
No Opt
3MUXAI
No option installed.
UFM-3MUXAI option installed.
6-6-12. VERSION
Parameter
Version
CPU
FPGA
CPLD
Description
Displays version information.
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x: No signal)
7. Workflow Block Diagrams
7-1. AUDIO Processing
1
SDI IN
SDI
Detection
PLL
SYNCGEN
10
3
RELAY PASS THROUGH
8
-
TV system
Detection
1H DLY
2
7
4
5
6
AES IN
ANALOG IN
(Option)
No.
1
2
3
4
9
EMB
Input
process
1kHz
TEST SG
AES AUDIO input
6
7
8
9
10
ANALOG AUDIO input
Channel mapping
Video 1H delay line
SDI AUDIO output
SDI Relay pass-through
MAPPING
EMB
Output
process
AES
Input
process
ANALOG
Input
process
Process
SDI input signal detection
TV standard detection
PLL & SYNC generator
SDI AUDIO input
5
SDI OUT
+
Menu Parameter Reference
6-6-2
6-6-1
6-5-3
6-5-2
6-1-1
6-6-4
6-1-2
6-6-8
6-1-4
6-2-1
6-5-4
6-3-1
6-5-1
6-1-3
6-6-5
6-1-3
6-6-9
6-1-5
6-5-6
6-1-5
6-6-3
6-1-5
6-6-7
6-3-2
6-3-3
6-5-5
6-3-4
7-2. TIME CODE Processing
RELAY PASS THROUGH
PLL
SYNCGEN
SDI IN
SDI
Detection
2+
-
TV system
Detection
SDI OUT
1H DLY
AES IN7/8
LTC IN
(Option)
No.
1
2
Process
LTC signal detection
TIME CODE multiplexer
1
LTC
process
6-4-2
6-4-1
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Menu Parameter Reference
6-6-6
7-3. MINIMUM DELAY
Minimum Delay mode allows users to perform signal processing from input to output in a
minimum amount of time, within 4 μsec. (See section 6-5-4.) In normal processing mode,
processing takes about 1 H and can control all menu parameters.
In minimum delay mode, AES or analog audio can be embedded to the SDI output stream, but
the SDI input audio channels cannot be remapped.
RELAY PASS THROUGH
PLL
SYNCGEN
SDI IN
SDI
Detection
TV system
Detection
-
+
SDI OUT
1H DLY
Processing in Min.
delay mode
EMB
Input
process
1kHz
TEST SG
AES IN
AES
Input
process
ANALOG IN
(OPTION)
ANALOG
Input
process
MAPPING
EMB
Output
process
 Available Menu Parameters in Minimum Delay mode
Section
Menu Parameters
6-1-2
AES IN SYNC MODE
6-1-3
AES IN PCM MODE
6-1-4
ANALOG INPUT LEVEL
6-1-5
AES IN GAIN and ANALOG GAIN
6-2-1
SDI OUT MAPPING
Available settings: AES CH1 to 8 and ANA CH1 to 8
6-3-2
SDI OUT STEREO MODE (Available only for channels to which AES or
analog input audio is assigned.)
6-3-3
SDI OUT RESOLUTION (Available only for channels to which AES or
analog input audio is assigned.)
6-3-4
SDI OUT GAIN (Available only for channels to which AES or analog input
audio is assigned.)
6-4-1
LTC MUX
6-4-2
LTC SEL
6-5-1 to 7
All System menu parameters
6-6-1 to 12
All Status menu parameters
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8. UFM-3MUXAI Card Settings
No settings are required for UFM-30MUX front cards.
No settings are required for UFM-30MUX rear cards.
No.
1
Name
HI/600
UNB/BAL
HI/600
JP12
HI/600
JP16
HI/600
JP15
HI/600
JP4
HI/600
JP8
HI/600
JP7
HI/600
JP3
1
Description
Selects analog audio input impedance.
600 ohm
Hi impedance
2
3 2 1
1 2 3
UNB/BAL
JP1
3 2 1
1 2 3
UNB/BAL
JP5
3 2 1
1 2 3
UNB/BAL
JP2
3 2 1
1 2 3
UNB/BAL
JP6
3 2 1
1 2 3
2
UNB/BAL
JP9
3 2 1
1 2 3
UNB/BAL
JP13
3 2 1
1 2 3
UNB/BAL
JP10
3 2 1
1 2 3
UNB/BAL
JP14
HI/600
JP11
8-1. UFM-3MUXAI FRONT CARD
1-2 Short (factory default)
2-3 Short
JP16
CH4-R
JP12
CH4-L
JP15
CH3-R
JP11
CH3-L
JP8
CH2-R
JP4
CH2-L
JP7
CH2-R
JP3
CH2-L
Selects balanced or unbalanced analog audio inputs.
Balanced
Unbalanced
JP14
JP10
JP13
JP9
JP6
JP2
JP5
JP1
1-2 Short (factory default)
2-3 Short
CH4-R
CH4-L
CH3-R
CH3-L
CH2-R
CH2-L
CH2-R
CH2-L
No settings are required for UFM-3MUXAI rear cards.
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8-2. Digital Output Level versus Analog Input Level
Analog Input Level parameters: ANALOG INPUT LEVEL (See section 6-1-4)
Digital Reference Level parameters: REF LEVEL (See section 6-5-5)
 If the digital reference level is set to -20dBFS:
Analog
input
level
-20
-10
-4
0
+4
+8
+10
-20
-20dBFS
-10dBFS
-4dBFS
0dBFS
CLIP
CLIP
CLIP
Analog Input Level setting (dB)
-10
-4
0
+4
-30dBFS -36dBFS -40dBFS -44dBFS
-20dBFS -26dBFS -30dBFS -34dBFS
-14dBFS -20dBFS -24dBFS -28dBFS
-10dBFS -16dBFS -20dBFS -24dBFS
-6dBFS -12dBFS -16dBFS -20dBFS
-2dBFS
-8dBFS -12dBFS -16dBFS
0dBFS
-6dBFS -10dBFS -14dBFS
0dB≒0.775V(rms)
+8
-48dBFS
-38dBFS
-32dBFS
-28dBFS
-24dBFS
-20dBFS
-18dBFS
+10
-50dBFS
-40dBFS
-34dBFS
-30dBFS
-26dBFS
-22dBFS
-20dBFS
+8
-46dBFS
-36dBFS
-30dBFS
-26dBFS
-22dBFS
-18dBFS
-16dBFS
+10
-48dBFS
-38dBFS
-32dBFS
-28dBFS
-24dBFS
-20dBFS
-18dBFS
 If the digital reference level is set to -18dBFS:
Analog
input
level
-20
-10
-4
0
+4
+8
+10
-20
-18dBFS
-8dBFS
-2dBFS
CLIP
CLIP
CLIP
CLIP
Analog Input Level setting (dB)
-10
-4
0
+4
-28dBFS -34dBFS -38dBFS -42dBFS
-18dBFS -24dBFS -28dBFS -32dBFS
-12dBFS -18dBFS -22dBFS -26dBFS
-8dBFS -14dBFS -18dBFS -22dBFS
-4dBFS -10dBFS -14dBFS -18dBFS
0dBFS
-6dBFS -10dBFS -14dBFS
CLIP
-4dBFS
-8dBFS -12dBFS
0dB≒0.775V(rms)
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9. Troubleshooting
If any of the following problems occur while operating your UFM-30MUX, proceed as indicated
below to see if the problem can be corrected before assuming a unit malfunction has occurred.
Problem
Cannot operate
the front panel
switches.
No video
displayed.
Check
Is the OPERATE/LOCK switch on the front
panel set to LOCK?
Set the switch to
OPERATE.
<SDI signal connection>
Is an SDI signal present?
Verify the physical SDI
connection.
No SIG or CRC ERR is displayed under
[Status - SDI ERR]
(See section 6-6-1.)
<SDI signal format>
Is the SDI input format supported?
UNKNOWN is displayed under [Status Format].
(See section 6-6-2.)
<SDI signal format>
Are the [System - Format] setting (see section
6-5-3) and the SDI input format different?
Cannot map audio
channels.
Cannot map audio
per channel.
Action
Is [System - SDI BYPS (SDI BYPASS)] set to
Bypass?
(See section 6-5-1.)
Is [System - MIN DLY (MINIMUM DELAY)] set
to ON?
(See section 6-5-4.)
Is [Output - EMB THRU] set to Through?
(See section 6-3-1.)
Is an audio channel asynchronous?
"a" is displayed under [Status - SDI Sync]
(See section 6-6-4.)
"a" is displayed under [Status - AES Sync]
(See section 6-6-8.)
Strange or noisy
sound output (SDI)
Are asynchronous or non-PCM audio forcibly
assigned per channel?
(See sections 6-1-1 to 6-1-3.)
Cannot output
(embed) the
AES7/8 audio
input.
Cannot output
(embed) the LTC
signal, which is
input from AES7/8.
Is the AES/LTC switch on the front panel set to
LTC?
Is the AES/LTC switch on the front panel set to
AES?
Is [LTC- LTC MUX] set to Through?
(See section 6-4-1.)
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Input a supported SDI
signal.
(See section 6-5-3. "TV
SYSTEM" for details on
supported TV
standards.)
Set [System - SDI Lock]
to Auto.
(See section 6-5-2.)
Or, set [System Format] to the SDI input
format.
(See section 6-5-3.)
Set to Operate.
Set to OFF.
Set to Embed.
Group audio mapping
is automatically
performed if an
asynchronous audio
channel is included in a
group.
Assign audio per group
if an asynchronous or
non-PCM audio
channel is included in a
group.
Set the switch to AES.
Set the switch to LTC.
Set to MUX.
10. Specifications and Dimensions
10-1. Specifications
10-1-1. UFM-30MUX
Video formats
3G-SDI: 1080/59.94p, 50p, 60p (Level A and Level B)
HD-SDI: 1080/59.94i, 50i, 60i
1080/30p, 29.97p, 25p, 24p, 23.98p, 24PsF, 23.98PsF
720/59.94p, 50p, 60p, 24p, 23.98p
1035/59.94i, 60i
SD-SDI: 525/60,625/50
(Auto format detection)
SDI input
3G-SDI:
HD-SDI:
SD-SDI:
75Ω
3 Gbps
1.5 Gbps
270 Mbps
BNC x 1
SDI output
3G-SDI:
HD-SDI:
SD-SDI:
75Ω
3 Gbps
1.5 Gbps
270 Mbps
BNC x 1
Audio input
SDI embedded
AES/EBU
Time code input
3G/HD-SDI
Number of channels
Sampling bit rate
Sampling frequency
SD-SDI
Number of channels
Sampling bit rate
Sampling frequency
Unbalanced, 75Ω BNC x 4
Number of channels
Sampling bit rate
Sampling frequency
LTC
1.0 V(p-p) ±6.0 dB
16 ch
16/20/24-bit
48 kHz (Synchronous)
48 k/44.1 k/32 kHz (Asynchronous,
per group)
16
16/20-bit
48 kHz (Synchronous only)
8 ch
16/20/24-bit
32 kHz to 48 kHz (If SRC used)
48 k(同期)
48 k/44.1 k/32 kHz (Asynchronous,
3G/HD only)
BNC x 1
Audio output
SDI embedded
3G/HD-SDI
Number of channels
Sampling bit rate
Sampling frequency
SD-SDI
Number of channels
Sampling bit rate
Sampling frequency
16 ch
16/20/24-bit
48 kHz (Synchronous)
48 k/44.1 k/32 kHz (Asynchronous,
per group)
16 ch
16/20-bit
48 kHz (Synchronous only)
Audio in/out gain
Adjustable from -20 to +20 dB (in 0.1dB steps)
I/O delay
(SDI IN - OUT)
1H or minimum delay (set in menu)
Minimum delay time: within 4 μsec (Audio mapping unavailable)
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I/O delay
(Audio IN-SDI OUT)
Within 1.8 ms
Temperature
0ºC to 40ºC
Humidity
30% to 85% (no condensation)
Power
Supplied from UFM frame, +24 V DC
Power current
0.4 A
Dimensions
106 (W) x 293.2 (D) mm (Front card)
108.5(W) x 91.6 (D) (Rear card)
Weight
0.5 kg
Consumables
None
Options
UFM-3MUXAI:
UFM-30CTL:
Analog input option for UFM-30MUX
Control card
10-1-2. UFM-3MUXAI
Audio Input
Analog input
Digital reference level
Input level adjust
In/out gain
Max output level
Sampling frequency
Quantization bit
Frequency response
S/N ratio
Distortion
Crosstalk
Audio output
SDI embedded
Balanced/Unbalanced 8 ch (4 stereo pairs)
25-pin D-sub (female) x 1,
-18/-20 dBFS selectable
-20dBu/-10dBu/-4dBu/0dBu/+4dBu/+8dBu/+10dBu selectable
(+4dBu: default)
600Ω or high impedance selectable
-20 to +20 dB (adjustable in 0.1dB steps)
+24 dB (Balanced), +18dB (Unbalanced)
48 kHz (synchronized with video)
24-bit (16/20/24-bit selectable when in embedding)
±0.2 dB (20 Hz to 20 kHz) (reference level: 1 kHz)
More than 70 dB (w/o A-Weight filter, 1 kHz full-scale)
Less than 0.05% (1 kHz, +24 dB input)
More than 80 dB (1 kHz, +24 dB input)
Time code input
Output from the SDI OUT on the UFM-30MUX as embedded
audio.
(Free-assignable)
LTC 1.0 V(p-p)±6.0 dB Unbalanced BNC x 1
Temperature
Humidity
Power
0ºC to 40ºC
30% to 85% (no condensation)
Supplied from UFM frame, +24 V DC
Power current
0.2 A
106 (W) x 303 (D) mm (Front card)
108.5(W) x 66.1 (D) (Rear card)
0.5 kg (including flat cable)
Dimensions
Weight
37
10-2. External Dimensions
10-2-1. UFM-30MUX
(All dimensions in mm)
38
10-2-2. UFM-3MUXAI
(All dimensions in mm)
UFM-3MUXAI
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Warning
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of 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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