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FSN Series Quick Start Guide
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FSN Series Installation: System Connections
For detailed installation instructions, refer to Chapter 4 of
the User’s Guide.
Ethernet Switch
FSN-1400
System Card
Script
Light
To
optional
Tally “Y”
Adapter
Serial 1
Tally
Script
Light
12V DC OUT
1.5A
Ethernet
Port 1
Serial 2
Ethernet
Port 2
Reference
Video In
AC
Touch Screen
Connector Panel
USB
FSN-150 Rear
Panel
DVI-D
12V DC
Cable Harness
System Setup
The circled sequence numbers are identical.
GPIO
Ref In
1
Reference
Video Loop
Out
AC
(Redundant)
Loop
Ref Out
AC
2
(Primary)
5
Restoring the System — (Optional) Insert a USB drive with
a previous backup file into the USB Port. On the Backup
and Restore Menu, press {Restore System} and follow the
prompts. No further setup operations are required.
12
Button Mapping — On the Map Buttons Menu, map inputs,
test patterns and color backgrounds to the panel. If required,
map linear key cut and fill signals. Use {SHIFT} to access
shifted buttons.
6
Reference and Output Setup — On the Reference and
Output Setup Menu, select the desired video reference
input, output video format and output V-lock mode.
13
Aux Setup — (Optional) On the Aux Setup Menu, set up all
standard and optional Aux outputs, including all installed NACs
and UOCs. You can map and name Aux outputs, and set the
output resolution for all UOC outputs.
7
Output Test Patterns — (Optional) On the Output Test
Patterns Menu, select and display test patterns on one or more
outputs, to assist with external device setup. Press {All Off}
when you are finished.
14
Multiviewer Setup — (Optional) Ensure that the optional
Multiviewer is installed in slot 11. On the Multiviewer Setup
Menu, select the output format and layout, assign sources to
PIPs, select all colors and UMD (Under Monitor Display) text.
System setup is comprised of 18 sequences,
each of which includes many steps.
For error-free setup, always refer to the
associated section in Chapter 6 of the User’s Guide.
Ethernet
1
Power Up and Status Check — Power up the
FSN-1400, control panel, all monitors and peripherals. In the
System Menu tables, ensure that all devices are connected,
and all cards are recognized.
8
Clean Feed Setup — On the Clean Feed Setup Menu, select
the clean feeds for the M/E 1, M/E 2 and PGM clean outputs.
Press {Assign Button} and select the desired point for the
ASSIGN button (in the Aux section).
15
Tally Setup — (Optional) On the Tally Setup Menu, select a
tally (1-24), then press {Select Input} to assign an input. Select
a reference color, switcher outputs, and set tally closures.
Repeat for all desired inputs.
2
Return to Factory Default — For a new event, back up your
system if desired, then on the Reset Menu, perform a
complete factory reset. For a continuing (or multi-day) event,
this step is not required.
9
Native Input Setup — On the Input Menu, select a NIC input,
then map and name it. Press {Setup}. Set up color correction,
sync, and mask (if required). When complete, save settings,
and repeat for all NIC inputs.
16
User Preference Setup — (Optional) On the User Preferences
Menu, set the desired preferences for the bus and transition
displays, the touch screen and the control panel.
3
Touch Screen Calibration — (Optional) On the
Diagnostics Menu, calibrate the Touch Screen. If
calibration is off, simultaneously press FINE ADJUST and
ENTER on the Keypad to start the procedure.
10
Universal Input Setup — On the Input Menu, select a UIC
input, then map and name it. Press {Setup}. Set up all
parameters on the three setup tabs. When complete, save
settings, and repeat for all UIC inputs.
17
Saving the Setup — On the System Menu, press {Save All} to
save all system parameters to non-volatile memory, including
input and output setups, button mappings, tallies, user
preferences and more.
4
Communications Setup — On the Communications Setup
Menu, check the table to ensure that all devices are connected.
If not, press {Discover FSN-1400} and connect to the desired
frame, or re-check connections.
11
External DSK Setup — (Optional) On the External DSK Setup
Menu, select the DSK Fill BNC, and set color correction
parameters if desired. Save the settings. The DSK Cut input
can not be adjusted.
18
Backing up the System — Insert a USB drive into the USB
Port. On the Backup and Restore Menu, press {Backup
System} to back up the system setup and all memory registers.
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FSN Series Installation: I/O Connections
System Connections
Output Connections
System Card
I/O Panel
Native Input Connections
M/E Card
NIC
(Mix Effects)
I/O Panel
(Native Input Card)
I/O Panel
Program Out 1
Program Out 2
Tally
PGM
Serial
Ports
Refer to the “Tally
Connector” section
in Appendix A for
pinouts.
Serial 1
External DSK
Cut In
Clean Out
External DSK
Fill In
PVW
Tally
CLN
Fill
PGM
1
M/E 1
Preview Out
NOTE
GPIO
Reference
Out
Loop
M/E 1
Clean Out
M/E 2
Program Out
CLN
PGM
M/E 2
Preview Out
PVW
NOTE
Aux Out 3
2
PVW
3
Aux Out 4
1
HD/SD-SDI
Input 3
2
HD/SD-SDI
Input 4
Aux Out 5
5
M/E 2
Clean Out
Ref Out
4
HD/SD-SDI
Input 6
5
HD/SD-SDI
Input 7
6
7
HD/SD-SDI
Input 8
NOTE
NOTE
All outputs run at
the system’s native
resolution.
Use the Aux Setup
Menu to map and
name Aux outputs.
Card Information
Inputs may be
synchronous or
asynchronous. Refer
to Appendix A in the
User’s Guide for
delay specifications.
NOTE
6
NOTE
8
Aux Out 6
CLN
Refer to the
“Reference Video Out
Specifications” section
in Appendix A for
important reference
output information.
HD/SD-SDI
Input 5
4
M/E 2
Ref In
Refer to the “GPIO
Connector” section
in Appendix A for
pinouts.
Aux Out 2
M/E 1
Ethernet
Reference
Loop
SDI
HD/SD-SDI
Input 2
3
Serial 2
GPIO
Reference
In
Cut
Aux Out 1
AUX
Ethernet
Port
M/E 1
Program Out
DSK
NOTE
Preview Out
HD/SD-SDI
Input 1
Use the “Input Setup
Menu” to map and name
native inputs, and to set
all input parameters.
Card Information
Card Information
Card
Type
Max. # Cards
Per Chassis
Slot
Number(s)
Card
Type
Max. # Cards
Per Chassis
Slot
Number(s)
Card
Type
Max. # Cards
Per Chassis
Slot
Number(s)
System
1 (Required)
14
M/E
1 (Required)
8
NIC
4
1-4
Default slot: 1
IMPORTANT
This card is pre-installed in the
frame. Do not move.
IMPORTANT
This card is pre-installed in the
frame. Do not move.
FSN Series Installation: I/O Connections (continued)
Universal Input Connections
Universal Output Connections
Native Output Connections
UIC
UOC
NAC
(Universal Input Card)
I/O Panel
(Universal Output Card)
I/O Panel
(Native Aux Output Card)
I/O Panel
NOTE
NOTE
Analog
1
Native Aux Output 1
(HD/SD-SDI)
1
Universal Output 1,
Analog
Universal Input 1,
Digital Only
Universal Output 1,
Digital Only
NOTE
Use the “Input Setup
Menu” to map and
name universal inputs,
and to set all input
parameters.
2
2
4
SDI
Universal Output 2,
Analog
5
Native Aux Output 7
(HD/SD-SDI)
6
Native Aux Output 8
(HD/SD-SDI)
NOTE
Use the “Aux Setup
Menu” to map and
name universal Aux
outputs, and to set all
output parameters.
Card Information
Native Aux Output 4
(HD/SD-SDI)
Native Aux Output 6
(HD/SD-SDI)
Universal Output 2,
Digital Only
Analog
Universal Input 2,
Analog
Universal Output 2,
SDI
DVI Digital
DVI Digital
Universal Input 2,
Digital Only
1
Native Aux Output 5
(HD/SD-SDI)
Analog
Universal Input 2,
SDI
SDI
3
Universal Output 1,
SDI
SDI
Universal Input 1,
SDI
Native Aux Output 2
(HD/SD-SDI)
Native Aux Output 3
(HD/SD-SDI)
DVI Digital
DVI Digital
Universal Input 1,
Analog
Use the “Analog
Format Connection
Table” on page 4 for
output combinations.
Analog
Use the “Analog
Format Connection
Table” on page 4 for
input combinations.
2
7
8
NOTE
Use the “Aux Setup
Menu” to map and name
native Aux outputs.
Card Information
NOTE
All outputs run at
the system’s
native resolution.
Card Information
Card
Type
Max. # Cards
Per Chassis
Slot
Number(s)
Card
Type
Max. # Cards
Per Chassis
Slot
Number(s)
Card
Type
Max. # Cards
Per Chassis
Slot
Number(s)
UIC
5
3-7
UOC
3
11, 12, 13
NAC
3
11, 12, 13
Default slot: 7
Default slot: 12
Default slot: 13
I/O Connections (continued)
LEDs
Input / Output Flexibility
Multiviewer Connections
Card LEDs
Native and Universal Inputs
Total Inputs (Installed NICs + Installed UICs)
MVR
(Multiviewer Card)
I/O Panel
0 NIC
Card Power LED
Power is OK
Power is bad or
failed on the card
MVR (Multiviewer)
Output 1
Chassis is off, or
power has failed
0 UIC
1 UIC
2 UIC
3 UIC
4 UIC
5 UIC
0
2
4
6
8
10
1 NIC
8
10
12
14
16
18
2 NICs
16
18
20
22
24
26
3 NICs
24
26
28
30
32
4 NICs
32
34
36
38
Native and Universal Aux Outputs
NOTE
Loaded LED
DVI Digital
In single monitor layouts, the selected
layout appears identically on MVR
outputs 1 and 2.
Power
All FPGAs loaded
successfully
Loaded
1
For MVR outputs 1 and 2 (regardless of the
selected layout), the same output signal
appears on both the DVI-I and BNC
connectors.
Total Aux Outputs – Multiviewer Not Installed
An FPGA is bad,
or software not
properly loaded
Chassis is off, or
power has failed
1 NAC
2 NAC
3 NAC
0 UOC
6
14
22
30
1 UOC
8
16
24
2 UOC
10
18
3 UOC
12
SDI
In dual monitor layouts, one half of the
selected layout appears on MVR
Output 1, and the other half appears
on MVR Output 2.
0 NAC
Multiviewer Installed
DVI-I outputs are always active. BNC
outputs are only active for SMPTE video
output formats.
Front Door LEDs
0 NAC
1 NAC
2 NAC
6
14
22
1 UOC
8
16
2 UOC
10
DVI Digital
0 UOC
MVR (Multiviewer)
Output 2
Power LED
System card has power, and the
card’s software is running
Not currently used
Analog Format Connection Table
2
LTC Input
LTC Input
Time Code Connections
Power is off, or no System card is
present, or System card has failed
Breakout Cable
Wire Color
Comp
Video
S-Video
(Y/C)
RGB
Sync on Green
RGB
Comp Sync
RGB
Separate H V
 (Pr)



 (Lum)
 (Lum)



 (Chrom)
 (Pb)





R
Differential: use the +, – and GND terminals.
Single-ended: use the + and GND terminals.
Power
G
B

YUV
(YPbPr)
Video Reference
H Sync

V Sync
Card Information
Card
Type
Max. # Cards
Per Chassis
Slot
Number(s)
MVR
1
11
NOTE
Use the “Multiviewer Setup Menu”
to set all multiviewer parameters.
Video Reference LED
External reference selected, signal is
present and FSN-1400 is locked
FSN Series Notes
External reference selected, signal is
missing or FSN-1400 is not locked
For complete details on the FSN-1400, the control panel, all menus, and all
installation, setup, configuration and operations procedures, please refer to the
FSN Series User’s Guide.
Free Run is selected.
For the latest version of the Quick Start Guide, visit www.barco.com.
Any item contained in this document may change without notice.
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