gkve multiformat router r 485 t-e

gkve multiformat router r 485 t-e
Fully transparent, bidirectional connections
DC up to 13MHz, 0 ... ± 100 VDC, 0 ... 70 VAC, max. 0.5 A
High Quality 2-pole Relay Crosspoints
Front and remote control panel, Ethernet, RS 485, Control Software
Signal distribution 1 to n
Electronic routing switch for multiformat signals as DC, analog, digital,
video, data
Electronic patch bay for multiformat signals for audio, data and video routing
Automatic bidirectional routing and switching of any signal from DC to 13
MHz
Interconnections in data network
Telecom signal switching
Broadcast and main control emergency routing
Main Control signal distribution
Multimedia signal routing and distribution
To be integrated in any control network
Connections between 8 or 16 channels of ports A to 8, 16 or 24 channels of
ports B
Each port can be defined as input or output or bidirectional channel
Signal bandwidth: DC up to 13 MHz
Max signal voltage: 0 ... ± 100 VDC, 0 ... 70 VAC,
Max current: 0.5 A
2-pole through-connection, (common shield)
Fully transparent
Signal Distribution: 1 to n
High quality relay crosspoints
90dB cross talk and switch off attenuation
D-Sub 25-pole connectors for port A and port B
Local control panel, remote control panel or control software
Ethernet interface
RS-485 Interface for remote control or control panel
Power supply from 90 to 267 VAC 50/60 Hz
The router is designed for through-connection and distribution of any multimedia signal
from DC
to 13 MHz and signals from 0 to ± 100 VDC, 0 to 70 VAC. The current switching status
can be checked by push buttons or by software control panel.
The router may be controlled by push buttons on the front side, by RS-485 interface or
through an external
network adapter.
LAN
1
8
16
8
16
RS485, Ethernet
2-pole
2-pole
1
24
Installation
- Connect port A and port B signals according to the pinouts.
- Connect the RS-485 interface with the PC or with a control panel (optional).
- Connect T/EA (technical earth audio) as well as earth with the corresponding potential.
- Connect the power supply 90 to 267 VAC.
Local Control Panel
The buttos on the front side are aligned in 2 rows: Port A 1 to 16 (1 to 8) and port B 1 to 24 (1 to 8, 1 to 16).
In its delivenry condition there are
connections between port A and port B.
1. Push and hold the corresponding port A button.
2. Push the corresponding port B button.
3. Release both buttons.
corresponding
The connected port B is indicated by
corresponding
:
The connected port A is indicated by
.
1. Push and hold the corresponding port A button
2. Push the corresponding port B button
3. Release both buttons
For setting/deleting a connection push first the port B button and then the port A button.
Port A 1 to 8, 9 to 16
Port B 1 to 8, 9 to 16, 17 to 24
RS-485
90 - 267 VAC
Ethernet with an ext. Interface
Port A connector
The following figure shows the pinout of the D-Sub- 25-pole female plug for 8 channels
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
channel 1 a
ground
channel 2 b
channel 3 a
ground
channel 4 b
channel 5 a
ground
channel 6 b
channel 7 a
ground
channel 8 b
empty
channel 1 b
channel 2 a
ground
channel 3 b
channel 4 a
ground
channel 5 b
channel 6 a
ground
channel 7 b
channel 8 a
ground
Port B connector
D-Sub-25-pole male plug for 24 channels
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
22
channel 1 a
ground
channel 2 b
channel 3 a
ground
channel 4 b
channel 5 a
ground
channel 6 b
channel 7 a
ground
channel 8 b
empy
channel 1 b
channel 2 a
ground
channel 3 b
channel 4 a
ground
channel 5 b
channel 6 a
ground
channel 7 b
channel 8 a
ground
channel 9 a
ground
channel 10 b
channel 11 a
ground
channel 12 b
channel 13 a
ground
channel 14 b
channel 15 a
ground
channel 16 b
empty
channel 9 b
channel 10 a
ground
channel 11 b
channel 12 a
ground
channel 13 b
channel 14 a
ground
channel 15 b
channel 16 a
ground
channel 17 a
ground
channel 18 b
channel 19 a
ground
channel 20 b
channel 21 a
ground
channel 22 b
channel 23 a
ground
channel 24 b
empty
channel 17 b
channel 18 a
ground
channel 19 b
channel 20 a
ground
channel 21 b
channel 22 a
ground
channel 23 b
channel 24 a
ground
Technical Earth
"TE/A" is a common connection between all shields of the signals of port A and port B.
RS-485 Interface
The following figure shows the pinout of the D-Sub- 9-pole female plug for the RS-485 Interface.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
ground
empty
empty
Tx+
Rx+
empty
empty
TxRx-
The router can be controlled by an external control unit.
With a high quality cable you may control the router upt to a distance of 1200 m.
Bit rate:
Data bits:
Parity:
Stop bits:
Flow control:
19,2 kBit/s
8
none
1
none
For a stable connection please use a cable with the following specifications:
•
•
•
4 wire, shielded, twisted pair
Conductor cross section > 0.22 mm2 (24 AWG)
Capacity > 60 pF/m
Communication between PC and Matrix is done by master-slave principle. The control unit, or the control software, is
the master, the matrix the slave. The slave cannot start communication itself, it has to wait for orders from the master
unit, to execute commands and return an answer.
The protocol consists mainly of 4 parts::
The single characters of the protocol are transmitted in
1 Byte
1 Byte
and
variable
of the ASCII-Tab.
1 Byte
Shows the message's origin.
Character '>' (0x3C) means, that command is coming from the master.
Character '<' (0x3E) means, that command is coming from the slave.
There are 6 commands and one error message.
Set
Clear
Reset
Get
Ping
Information
Error
Sets a matrix crosspoint.
Deletes a matrix crosspoint.
Deletes
crosspints.
Selects the actual crosspoint configuration.
Tests connection.
Shows all relevant information of the matrix.
A failure occured.
For terminating the carriage return
(0x0D) character must be sent. Without this
symbol the command will not be recognised as terminated nor be valid. After a terminated command the slave waits for a starting character.
A crosspoint is represented with 4 Bytes:
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
Channel is always represented with 2 digits, e.g. "08" corresponds to port A channel 8.
Channel is always represented with 2 digits, e.g. "05" corresponds to port A channel 5.
Example of a crosspoint:
: Port A channel 8
port B channel 5
With this command you may set up to 24 crosspoints simultaneously.
Command structure:
1 Byte
1 Byte
4 Bytes
1 Byte
4 Bytes
1 Byte
max. 22x4 Bytes
1 Byte
The first two symbols are for a set command ">S". After that maximally 24 crosspoint data packages follow until the
terminating ''. Each of these 4 Bytes crosspoint data packets has to be viewed one at the time
If the corresponding crosspoint is already switched, it remains active. Should already another port A channel be
switched to the corresponding port B, this crosspoint will be automatically deleted and the new one will be set.
Example for Setting command:
1 Byte
1 Byte
4 Bytes
1 Byte
4 Bytes
1 Byte
With this command port A channel 1 will be switched to port B channel 2 and port A channel 8 to port B channel 13.
Answer from Slave:
1 Byte
1 Byte
4 Bytes
1 Byte
4 Bytes
1 Byte
With the delete command a crosspoint will be separated.
Example for clear a command:
1 Byte
1 Byte
4 Bytes
1 Byte
In this example a crosspoint between port A channel 1 and port B channel 2 is deleted.
Answer from slave:
1 Byte
1 Byte
4 Bytes
1 Byte
With this command the matrix will be reset to the default settings. In this case all crosspoints will be deleted.
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
Answer from Slave:
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
If the matrix (slave) received the data packet correctly, it sends a corresponding answer back.
The answer consists of the same message received from the master, only the starting message will be replaced by the "<"
symbol.
Should the matrix not recognize the command, it will send back an error message.
Example for a setting and deleting command:
1 Byte
1 Byte
4 Bytes
1 Byte
4 Bytes
'S'
0502
'S'
0804
'C'
0801
''
'>'
Starting signal
Switching command
port A channel 5 to port B channel 2
Switching command
port A channel 8 to port B channel 4
Delete command
port A channel 8 to port B channel 1
Terminating signal
Description of above example:
1 Byte
4 Bytes
1 Byte
Answer from Slave:
1 Byte
1 Byte
4 Bytes
1 Byte
4 Bytes
1 Byte
4 Bytes
1 Byte
The matrix (Slave) sends back the correctly received switching command with modified starting symbol ('<').
A crosspoint data will be stored in the non volatile memory (EEPROM) of the matrix.
With this query data may be read from the matrix
Read command:
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
After this command the matrix (Slave) sends information of all switched crosspoints.
Example answer from Slave:
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
Description of above example:
4 Bytes
'<'
'G'
'S'
0102
'S'
0103
'S'
0704
''
1 Byte
4 Bytes
1 Byte
Test command:
1 Byte
1 Byte
Answer from Slave:
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
Start signal
Send back crosspoint data
Switching command
Port A channel 1 is switched to port B channel 2.
Switching command
Port A channel 1 is switched to port B channel 3.
Switching command
port A channel 7 is switched to port B channel 4.
Terminating character
This command can be used to test the connection between the master and the slave.
If the Master sends a Ping, the slave has to answer immediately.
1 Byte
4 Bytes
1 Byte
The command can also be used as polling function by sending it periodically.
This command sends the complete identification of the matrix to the Master, which contains the following information:
- Name of the unit
- Version number as well as date of the software
- Copyright owner
These data are sent in the following format:
1 Byte
17 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
15 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
16 Byte
1 Byte
The error message serves the slave to inform the Master, that command has either not been understood or that it
could not be executed correctly.
The error message can only be sent from the slave.
Error message:
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
<E0
<E1
Command could not be executed, because a syntax error occured.
Command could not be executed, as the corresponding channel number is not existing .
No:
Voltage:
Max. input frequency:
Connections:
8, 16: 2-pole, a, b, common shield
0 ... ± 100 VDC, 0 ... 70 VAC
13 MHz
D-Sub, 25-pole, female for 8 channels each
No:
Voltage:
Connections :
8,16, 24: 2-pole, a, b, common shield
0 ... ± 100 VDC, 0 ... 70 VAC
D-Sub, 25-pole, male for 8 channels each
No:
Connections:
Data rate:
Isolation:
1
D-Sub, 9-pole, female
19.2 kB/sec. full duplex
Galvanic isolation up to 2 kV between interface and control
Transmission loss:
Cross talk attenuation:
Switch off attenuation:
Through-resistance:
Through-current:
< 0.1 dB at 1 kHz
> 80 dB at 1 kHz
> 90 dB at 1 kHz
< 1 Ω per line
max. 0.5 A
Push buttons:
8,16 push buttons for port A
8, 16 or 24 push buttons for port B
Connection display:
8 (16) green LED's in push buttons for port A
24 green LED's in push buttons for port B
1 green LED for power indication
Power-LED:
during power failure:
after power failure:
loss.
Connections between port A and port B are separated.
Connections will be set identically as they were before power
Operating voltage:
Input frequency:
Power consumption:
Fuse:
Power Connector:
90 VAC - 267 VAC
47 Hz
- 63 Hz
approx. 10 VA
1 A, slow blow
IEC Integral plug per 60320
Housing
GKVE 16x24:
19", 3U, 7,6 kg
GKVE 8x24: 19", 2U, 5,6 kg
GKVE 16x16:
19", 2U, 5,6 kg
GKVE 8x8: 19", 1U, 4,6 kg
Depth:
230.0 mm
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Switzerland
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