VCA/VDA/VEA6800+ Analog Video Distribution Amplifiers

VCA/VDA/VEA6800+ Analog Video Distribution Amplifiers
VCA/VDA/VEA6800+
Analog Video Distribution Amplifiers
Installation and Operation Manual
Edition D
175-000181-00
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VCA 6800+
VDA6800+
VEA6800+
Analog Video Distribution
Amplifier
Installation and Operation
Manual
Edition D
July 2007
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Copyright Information
Copyright 2007 Harris Corporation, 1025 West NASA Boulevard,
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Warranty Information
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for obtaining warranty service. To view the complete warranty, visit our
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Contents
Preface
Manual Information .............................................................................. vii
Purpose ........................................................................................... vii
Audience ........................................................................................ vii
Revision History ............................................................................ vii
Writing Conventions ..................................................................... viii
Obtaining Documents ................................................................... viii
Unpacking / Shipping Information .......................................................... ix
Safety Standards and Compliances ..........................................................x
Safety Terms and Symbols ...............................................................x
Restriction on Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive ................ xi
Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE) Directive .......................................................................... xii
Chapter 1: Introduction
Overview ...................................................................................................1
Product Description ..................................................................................2
Typical Broadcast and Production Applications ..............................2
Main Features ...................................................................................2
Module Descriptions ................................................................................5
Front Module ....................................................................................5
Back Modules ...................................................................................9
Block Diagrams ......................................................................................11
Chapter 2: Installation and Configuration
Overview .................................................................................................13
Maximum 6800+ Frame Power Ratings ................................................14
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Contents
Unpacking the Module .......................................................................... 15
Preparing the Product for Installation ............................................ 15
Checking the Packing List ............................................................. 15
Setting Jumpers and Adjustable Components ....................................... 17
VCA6800+ ..................................................................................... 17
VDA6800+ .................................................................................... 20
VEA6800+ ..................................................................................... 22
Installing 6800+ Modules ..................................................................... 24
Required Frames and Back Connector Types ................................ 24
Installing VCA/VDA/VEA6800+ Modules .................................. 24
Removing VCA/VDA/VEA6800+ Modules ................................. 24
Making Connections ...................................................................... 24
Chapter 3: Specifications
Overview ................................................................................................ 25
Inputs ..................................................................................................... 26
Outputs .................................................................................................. 28
Performance .......................................................................................... 29
Propagation Delay ................................................................................. 32
Temperature ........................................................................................... 32
Index
Keywords .............................................................................................. 33
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Manual Information
Purpose
This manual details the features, installation procedures, operational
procedures, and specifications of the VCA / VDA / VEA6800+ analog
video distribution amplifiers.
Audience
This manual is written for engineers, technicians and operators
responsible for the installation, setup, and / or operation of the
VCA / VDA / VEA6800+ analog video distribution amplifiers.
Revision History
Table P-1. Manual Revision History
Edition
Date
Revision History
A
December 2003
Initial release
B
June 2004
• Added information about maximum
6800+ frame power ratings
• Added information concerning
looping input termination
C
August 2005
• Added list of equalization cable types
for VEA6800+
• Added index
D
July 2007
• Updated input specifications
• Updated frame power ratings
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Writing Conventions
To enhance your understanding, the authors of this manual have
adhered to the following text conventions:
Table P-2. Manual Style and Writing Conventions
Term or
Convention
Description
Bold
Indicates dialog boxes, property sheets, fields, buttons,
check boxes, list boxes, combo boxes, menus, submenus,
windows, lists, and selection names.
Italics
Indicates email addresses, the names of books or
publications, and the first instances of new terms and
specialized words that need emphasis.
CAPS
Indicates a specific key on the keyboard, such as ENTER,
TAB, CTRL, ALT, or DELETE.
Code
Indicates variables or command-line entries, such as a
DOS entry or something you type into a field.
>
Indicates the direction of navigation through a hierarchy
of menus and windows.
hyperlink
Indicates a jump to another location within the electronic
document or elsewhere
Internet address Indicates a jump to a Web site or URL
Note
Indicates important information that helps to avoid and
troubleshoot problems.
Obtaining Documents
Technical documents can be viewed or downloaded from our website.
Alternatively, contact your Customer Service representative to request a
document.
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Unpacking / Shipping Information
This product was carefully inspected, tested, and calibrated before
shipment to ensure years of stable and trouble free service.
1. Check equipment for any visible damage that may have occurred
during transit.
2. Confirm that you have received all items listed on the packing list.
3. Contact your dealer if any item on the packing list is missing.
4. Contact the carrier if any item is damaged.
5. Remove all packaging material from the product and its associated
components before you install the unit.
Keep at least one set of original packaging, in the event that you need to
return a product for servicing. If the original packaging is not available,
you can purchase replacement packaging at a modest cost or supply
your own packaging as long as it meets the following criteria:
•
Withstands the weight of the product
•
Holds the product rigid within the packaging
•
Leaves at least two inches of space between the product and the
container
•
Protects the corners of the product
Ship products back to us for servicing prepaid and, if possible, in the
original packaging material. If the product is still within the warranty
period, we will return the product prepaid after servicing.
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Safety Standards and Compliances
See the 6800+ Safety Instructions and Standards Manual to find the
safety standards and compliances for this 6800+ series product. A
safety manual is shipped with every FR6802+ Frame Installation and
Operation Manual and can be downloaded from our website.
Alternatively, contact your Customer Service representative for a copy
of this safety manual.
Safety Terms and Symbols
This product manual uses the following safety terms and symbols to
identify certain conditions or practices. See the 6800+ Safety
Instructions and Standards Manual for more information.
Table P-3. Safety Terms and Symbols
WARNING: Identifies conditions or practices that can result in
personal injury or loss of life—high voltage is present.
Uninsulated dangerous voltage within the product’s enclosure
may be sufficient to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
CAUTION: Identifies conditions or practices that can result in
damage to the equipment or other property. Important operating
and maintenance (servicing) instructions are included in the
literature accompanying the product.
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Restriction on Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive
Directive 2002/95/EC—commonly known as the European Union (EU)
Restriction on Hazardous Substances (RoHS)—sets limits on the use of
certain substances found in electrical and electronic equipment. The
intent of this legislation is to reduce the amount of hazardous chemicals
that may leach out of landfill sites or otherwise contaminate the
environment during end-of-life recycling. The Directive, which took
effect on July 1, 2006, refers to the following hazardous substances:
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Lead (Pb)
•
Mercury (Hg)
•
Cadmium (Cd)
•
Hexavalent Chromium (Cr-V1)
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Polybrominated Biphenyls (PBB)
•
Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDE)
According to this EU Directive, all products sold in the European Union
will be fully RoHS-compliant and “lead-free.” (See our website for
more information on dates and deadlines for compliance.) Spare parts
supplied for the repair and upgrade of equipment sold before
July 1, 2006 are exempt from the legislation. Equipment that complies
with the EU directive will be marked with a RoHS-compliant emblem,
as shown in Figure P-1.
Figure P-1. RoHS Compliance Emblem
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Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE) Directive
The European Union (EU) Directive 2002/96/EC on Waste from
Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) deals with the collection,
treatment, recovery, and recycling of electrical and electronic waste
products. The objective of the WEEE Directive is to assign the
responsibility for the disposal of associated hazardous waste to either
the producers or users of these products. As of August 13, 2005,
producers or users are required to recycle electrical and electronic
equipment at end of its useful life, and may not dispose of the
equipment in landfills or by using other unapproved methods. (Some
EU member states may have different deadlines.)
In accordance with this EU Directive, companies selling electric or
electronic devices in the EU will affix labels indicating that such products must be properly recycled. (See our website for more information
on dates and deadlines for compliance.) Contact your local sales representative for information on returning these products for recycling.
Equipment that complies with the EU directive will be marked with a
WEEE-compliant emblem, as shown in Figure P-2.
Figure P-2. WEEE Compliance Emblem
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Chapter 1
Introduction
Overview
This chapter introduces the VCA / VDA / VEA6800+, and includes the
following topics:
The following topics are described in this chapter:
•
“Block Diagrams” on page 11
•
“Main Features” on page 2
•
“Module Descriptions” on page 5
•
“Product Description” on page 2
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Chapter 1: Introduction
Product Description
The VCA / VDA / VEA6800+ is an analog video distribution amplifier
set in the new 6800+ family.
These DAs feature high video performance, low cost, and remote
control.
Typical Broadcast and Production Applications
The VCA / VDA / VEA6800+ distribution amplifier can be used in
broadcast, cable, production, educational, and auditorium applications
where a low cost method of distributing analog video signals is
required.
Main Features
VCA6800+
The VCA6800+ is an analog video clamping and equalizing
distribution amplifier. Other VCA6800+ features include the following:
•
One differential input
•
Eight outputs with dual slots back module, four outputs with single
slot back module when installed in FR6802+X(F) frames; eight
outputs when installed in FR6802+DM(F) frames
•
AC and DC input coupling selectable
•
Looping and internal terminating selectable with dual slot back
module, internal terminating with single slot back module with
FR6802+X(F) frames; looping or internal terminating selectable
with FR6802+DM(F) frames (see Figure 2-2 on page 18 for
instructions on setting this jumper)
•
± 3 dB gain adjustable range
•
>50 MHz bandwidth
•
Continuous cable equalizing up to 984 ft (300 m) Belden 8281
cable, or equivalent
•
Back porch clamp with selectable soft, hard and non-clamp modes
Gain and EQ setting components are installed on a removable
submodule; in the event of failure on the DA module, a replacement
can be quickly inserted with the original submodule to keep the
previous setting
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Module presence reporting via +Pilot Lite control system
•
Hot swappable
VDA6800+
The VDA6800+ is a high performance, cost efficient, general purpose
analog video distribution amplifier. Composite and component analog
NTSC, PAL, SECAM signals (with sync or without sync), subcarrier,
and coaxial version AES digital audio signals can be amplified with the
VDA6800+ in FR6802+ series frames. Other VDA6800+ features
include the following:
•
One differential input
•
Eight outputs with dual slots back module, four outputs with single
slot back module when installed in FR6802+X(F) frames; eight
outputs when installed in FR6802+DM(F) frames
•
DC input coupling
•
Looping and internal terminating selectable with dual slot back
module, internal terminating with single slot back module with
FR6802+X(F) frames; looping or internal terminating selectable
with FR6802+DM(F) frames (see Figure 2-7 on page 21 for
instructions on setting this jumper)
•
± 3dB gain adjustable range
•
> 50 MHz bandwidth
•
Module presence reporting via +Pilot Lite control system
•
Hot swappable
VEA6800+
The VEA6800+ is a high performance analog video equalizing
distribution amplifier. Composite and component analog NTSC, PAL,
SECAM signals, with or without sync, and subcarrier signal can be
amplified with VEA6800+ in FR6802+ series frames. Other
VEA6800+ features include the following:
•
One differential input
•
Eight outputs with dual slots back module, four outputs with single
slot back module when installed in FR6802+X(F) frames; eight
outputs when installed in FR6802+DM(F) frames
•
DC input coupling
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Looping and internal terminating selectable with dual slot back
module, internal terminating with single slot back module with
FR6802+X(F) frames; looping or internal terminating selectable
with FR6802+DM(F) frames (see Figure 2-10 on page 22 for
instructions on setting this jumper)
•
± 3 dB gain adjustable range
•
> 50 MHz bandwidth
•
Continuous cable equalizing up to 984 ft (300 m) Belden 8281
cable, or equivalent
•
Gain and EQ setting components are installed on a removable
submodule; in the event of failure on the DA module, a replacement
DA module can be quickly inserted with the original submodule to
keep the previous setting
•
Optional equalizers for different cable types
•
Module presence reporting via +Pilot Lite control system
•
Hot swappable
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Module Descriptions
Front Module
VCA6800+
Figure 1-1 is a generic top-front view of a typical VCA6800+ front
module. See Figure 2-1 on page 17 for jumper and adjustment
locations.
Figure 1-1. Typical VCA6800+ Front Module
VDA6800+
Figure 1-2 is a generic top-front view of a typical VDA6800+ front
module. See Figure 2-6 on page 20 for jumper and adjustment
locations.
Figure 1-2. Typical VDA6800+ Front Module
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VEA6800+
Figure 1-3 is a generic top-front view of a typical VEA6800+ front
module. See Figure 2-9 on page 22 for jumper and adjustment
locations.
Figure 1-3. Typical VEA6800+ Front Module
The VEA6800+ can compensate for various cable types using different
equalization network submodules installed in the main module.The
following modules are available:
Table 1-1. Product Equalization Cable Types
Product
Equalization Cable Type
VEA6800+(S,D)
Equalizing video distribution amplifier for 1000 ft
(300 m) Belden 8281 cable
VEA6800+(S,D)-1 Equalizing video distribution amplifier for 650 ft
(200 m) Belden 8241 cable
VEA6800+(S,D)-2 Equalizing video distribution amplifier for 800 ft
(250 m) Belden 1505A cable
VEA6800+(S,D)-3 Equalizing video distribution amplifier for 1000 ft
(300 m) Belden 1694A cable
VEA6800+(S,D)-4 Equalizing video distribution amplifier for 650 ft
(200 m) PSF 1/3 cable
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LEDs, Switches, and Jumpers
Table 1-2 briefly describes generic 6800+ LEDs, switches, and
jumpers. See Chapter 2: “Installation and Configuration” for more
information on specific VCA / VDA / VEA6800+ module controls,
LEDs, and jumpers.
Table 1-2. Generic 6800+ Module Features
Feature
Description
Module status
LEDs
Various color and lighting combinations of these LEDs
indicate the module state. See Table 1-3 for more
information.
Control LEDs
Various lighting combinations of these control LEDs
(sometimes referred to as “Bank Select LEDs”) indicate
the currently selected bank. (This item not available on
the VCA / VDA / VEA6800+)
Monitoring
LEDs
Each 6800+ module has a number of LEDs assigned to
indicate varying states/functions.
Local/remote
control jumper
• Local: Locks out external control panels and allows
card-edge control only; limits the functionality of
remote software applications to monitoring
• Remote: Allows remote or local (card-edge)
configuration, operation, and monitoring of the
VCA / VDA / VEA6800+
Each 6800+ module has a number of LEDs assigned to indicated
varying states/functions. These functions are listed in Table 1-3.
Table 1-3. VCA / VDA / VEA6800+ Module-Specific Status LEDs
Condition
Color
Function
All OK
No Errors
Green
No error, everything working well
No lock
Red
Signal not present or cannot be locked
Biphase
coding error
Amber
Biphase coding of incoming data incorrect
Parity error
Amber
AES stream’s parity not set as specified
CRC error
Amber
CRC value calculated for incoming data
does not match the CRC byte of channel
status word
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Table 1-3. VCA / VDA / VEA6800+ Module-Specific Status LEDs
Condition
Color
Function
Confidence
flag error
Amber
Received data eye opening less than half a
bit period, indicating a possible lack of
signal strength or high jitter; also may mean
that insufficient EQ applied
Validity error
Amber
AES stream’s validity bit is high (incoming
data not suitable for conversion to an analog
audio signal)
Alarm
Amber
External alarm contact closure asserted; card
reporting an alarm
Frame status*
Red
Frame alarm
Green
All OK, no frame alarm
* If the frame status LED is not lit, the module may not be operational.
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Back Modules
FR6802+ Frame Back Module
Figure 1-4 shows the single-width back connector module and
Figure 1-5 shows the double-slot back connector module used by the
VCA / VDA / VEA6800+ when installed in an FR6802+ frame.
Figure 1-4. Single-Width Back Modules for FR6802+ Frame
Figure 1-5. Double-Width Back Module for FR6802+ Frame
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Signal Input/Output Connections for FR6802+DM Frames
Note
Figure 1-6 shows the signal input/output connections used by the
VCA / VDA / VEA6800+ when installed in an FR6802+DM frame.
In a DM frame, you can create
looping inputs by adding a
T-connector on the input
connection and changing the
input termination mode jumper
setting to external termination.
(The internal termination setting
is used for non-looping inputs.)
Figure 1-6. Double-Width Back Module for FR6802+DM Frames
6800/ 7000 Series Frame Back Module (Overlay)
Note
Remote monitoring for the
VCA / VDA / VEA6800+
module is not available if it is
installed in a 6800/7000 series
frame.
Figure 1-7 shows the double-slot back connector overlay used by a
VCA / VDA / VEA6800+ module when installed in a 6800 / 7000 series
frame.
Figure 1-7. Back Connector for 6800 / 7000 Series Frame
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Block Diagrams
AC
DC
AC
Termination
select
Input
differential
amplifier
Cable equalizer
Gain
Output
driver
DC
EQ
Clamp
Hard clamp
Soft clamp
No clamp
Clamp mode
select
Figure 1-8. VCA6800+ Block Diagram
Figure 1-9. VDA6800+ Block Diagram
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Figure 1-10. VEA6800+ Block Diagram
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Installation and Configuration
Overview
Caution
Before installing this product,
read the 6800+ Series Safety
Instructions and Standards
manual shipped with every
FR6802+ Frame Installation
and Operation Manual, or
downloadable from our website.
This safety manual contains
important information about the
safe installation and operation
of 6800+ series products.
Before installing this product,
see “Unpacking the Module” on
page 15.
This chapter describes the VCA / VDA / VEA6800+ installation process,
including the following topics:
•
“Maximum 6800+ Frame Power Ratings” on page 14
•
“Unpacking the Module” on page 15
•
“Setting Jumpers and Adjustable Components” on page 17
•
“Installing 6800+ Modules” on page 24
•
“Making Connections” on page 24
See the FR6802+ Frame Installation and Operation Manual for
information about installing and operating an FR6802+ frame and its
components.
This chapter also describes how to operate the VCA / VDA / VEA6800+
for use with local controls only. See the following documents for
information on how to operate this product remotely:
•
+Pilot Lite User Manual for serial control interface
•
CCS™ Navigator™, Pilot™, CoPilot™, or RCP-CCS-1U Remote
Control Panel Installation and Operation Manual for Ethernet
control interface
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Maximum 6800+ Frame Power Ratings
Table 2-1 describes the maximum allowable power ratings for 6800+
frames.Note the given maximums before installing any 6800+ modules
in your frame.
VCA/VDA/VEA6800+ modules can be installed in FR6802+ frames
and 6000/7000 series frames.
Table 2-1. Maximum Power Ratings for 6800+ Frames
Max. Frame
Power
Dissipation
Number of
Usable Slots
Max. Power
Dissipation Per
Slot
FR6802+XF
(frame with AC power
supply)
120 W
20
6W
FR6802+XF48
(frame with DC power
supply)
105 W
20
5.25 W
6800+ Frame Type
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Preparing the Product for Installation
Note
Contact your customer service
representative if parts are
missing or damaged.
Before you install the VCA/VDA/VEA6800+, perform the following:
•
Check the equipment for any visible damage that may have
occurred during transit.
•
Confirm receipt of all items on the packing list. See “Checking the
Packing List” for more information.
•
Remove the anti-static shipping pouch, if present, and all other
packaging material.
•
Retain the original packaging materials for possible re-use.
See “Unpacking / Shipping Information” on page ix for information
about returning a product for servicing.
Checking the Packing List
Table 2-2. VCA/VDA/VEA6800+ Packing List
Ordered Product
Content Description
VCA6800+
VCA6800+
• One VCA6800+ front module
• One VCA / VDA / VEA6800+ Installation and
Operation Manual
VCA6800+S
• One VCA6800+ front module
• One standard single-slot back connector
• One VCA / VDA / VEA6800+ Installation and
Operation Manual
VCA6800+D
• One VCA6800+ front module
• One standard double-slot back connector
• One VCA / VDA / VEA6800+ Installation and
Operation Manual
VCA6800+SR
• One standard single-slot back connector
VCA6800+DR
• One standard double-slot back connector
VDA6800+
VDA6800+
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• One VDA6800+ front module
• One VCA / VDA / VEA6800+ Installation and
Operation Manual
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Table 2-2. VCA/VDA/VEA6800+ Packing List (Continued)
Ordered Product
Content Description
VDA6800+S
• One VDA6800+ front module
• One standard single-slot back connector
• One VCA / VDA / VEA6800+ Installation and
Operation Manual
VDA6800+D
• One VDA6800+ front module
• One standard double-slot back connector
• One VCA / VDA / VEA6800+ Installation and
Operation Manual
VDA6800+SR
• One standard single-slot back connector
VDA6800+DR
• One standard double-slot back connector
VEA6800+
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VEA6800+
• One VEA6800+ front module
• One VCA / VDA / VEA6800+ Installation and
Operation Manual
VEA6800+S
• One VEA6800+ front module
• One standard single-slot back connector
• One VCA / VDA / VEA6800+ Installation and
Operation Manual
VEA6800+D
• One VEA6800+ front module
• One standard double-slot back connector
• One VCA / VDA / VEA6800+ Installation and
Operation Manual
VEA6800+SR
• One standard single-slot back connector
VEA6800+DR
• One standard double-slot back connector
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Setting Jumpers and Adjustable Components
VCA6800+
The VCA6800+ module has four jumpers, which are used to select the
following modes:
•
One jumper for looping or internal input termination
•
Two jumpers for AC or DC coupling mode
•
One jumper for soft-, hard-, or no-clamping mode
The VCA6800+ module also has adjustable potentiometers (“pots”) for
Gain and EQ modes.
Figure 2-1. Location of the VCA6800+ Jumper Blocks and Adjustable Pots
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Setting the Input Terminating Jumper
Note
In a DM frame, you can create
looping inputs by adding a
T-connector on the input
connection and changing the
input termination mode jumper
setting to external termination.
(The internal termination setting
is used for non-looping inputs.)
Follow this procedure to set the jumper for looping or internal input
termination:
1. Locate the jumper block on the module. Figure 2-1 on page 17
shows the location of this jumper block.
2. Place the jumper on the pin that corresponds to looping or internal
input termination. See Figure 2-2.
For BMFL modules, the input
termination jumper default
mode is for external
termination. This is the setting
you will need if you are using a
looping input.
Figure 2-2. VCA6800+ Input Terminating Jumper Block Pin
Placement
Setting the Coupling Mode
Follow this procedure to set the jumper for AC or DC coupling mode:
1. Locate the jumper block on the module. Figure 2-1 on page 17
shows the location of this jumper block.
2. Place the jumper on the pin that corresponds to AC or DC coupling
mode. See Figure 2-3.
AC
AC
DC
DC
AC
AC
DC
DC
AC mode
DC mode
Figure 2-3. VCA6800+ Coupling Mode Jumper Block Pin
Placement
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Setting the Clamping Mode
Follow this procedure to set the jumper for soft-, hard- or no-clamping
mode:
1. Locate the jumper block on the module. Figure 2-1 on page 17
shows the location of this jumper block.
2. Place the jumper on the pin that corresponds to soft-, hard- or
no-clamping mode. See Figure 2-4.
No clamp
No clamp
No clamp
Hard clamp
Hard clamp
Hard clamp
Soft clamp
Soft clamp
Soft clamp
No clamp
mode
Hard clamp
mode
Soft clamp
mode
Figure 2-4. VCA6800+ Clamping Mode Jumper Block Pin
Placement
Adjusting Potentiometers
The VCA6800+ module has two separate, adjustable potentiometers
(“pots”) for gain and EQ mode adjustment. Figure 2-1 on page 17
shows the location of these pots.
A multi-turn pot allows you to adjust gain for a range of –3 dB to +3
dB. See Figure 2-5 on page 20.
•
To increase the gain, turn the pot clockwise.
•
To decrease the gain, turn the pot counterclockwise.
A second multi-turn EQ pot allows you to adjust cable equalization. See
Figure 2-5 on page 20.
•
To obtain more equalization, turn the pot clockwise.
•
For less equalization, turn the pot counterclockwise.
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Decrease
Increase
Figure 2-5. VCA6800+ Gain and EQ Mode Potentiometer
Adjustment
A single-turn pot allows fine adjustment of the CMR. A separate
single-turn pot controls the response, while a variable capacitor controls
EQ response. The adjustments have been set in the manufacturing
facility; readjusting is not recommended without precision test
equipment.
VDA6800+
The VDA6800+ module has one jumper, which is used to select the
looping or internal input termination. The VDA6800+ module also has
an adjustable pot for gain mode.
Gain pot
Input termination
jumper
Figure 2-6. Location of the VDA6800+ Jumper Block and Adjustable Pot
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Setting the Input Terminating Jumper
Note
In a DM frame, you can create
looping inputs by adding a
T-connector on the input
connection and changing the
input termination mode jumper
setting to external termination.
(The internal termination setting
is used for non-looping inputs.)
For BMFL modules, the input
termination jumper default
mode is for external
termination. This is the setting
you will need if you are using a
looping input.
Follow this procedure to set the jumper for looping or internal input
termination:
1. Locate the jumper block on the module. Figure 2-6 on page 20
shows the location of this jumper block.
2. Place the jumper on the pin that corresponds to looping or internal
input termination. See Figure 2-7.
Figure 2-7. VDA6800+ Input Terminating Jumper Block Pin
Placement
Adjusting Potentiometers
The VDA6800+ module has one adjustable pot for gain mode.
Figure 2-6 on page 20 shows the location of this pot. This multi-turn pot
allows you to adjust gain for a range of –3 dB to +3 dB. See Figure 2-8.
•
To increase the gain, turn the pot clockwise.
•
To decrease the gain, turn the pot counterclockwise.
VDA6800+
Decrease
Increase
Figure 2-8. VDA6800+ Gain Mode Potentiometer Adjustment
A single-turn pot allows fine adjustment; an additional single-turn pot
controls response. The adjustments have been set in the
manufacturing facility; readjusting is not recommended without
precision test equipment.
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VEA6800+
The VEA6800+ module has one jumper, which is used to select the
looping or internal input terminating.
The VEA6800+ module also has adjustable pots for gain and EQ
modes.
Gain pot
Input termination
jumper
EQ pot
Figure 2-9. Location of the VEA6800+ Jumper Blocks and Adjustable Pots
Setting the Input Terminating Jumper
Note
In a DM frame, you can create
looping inputs by adding a
T-connector on the input
connection and changing the
input termination mode jumper
setting to external termination.
(The internal termination setting
is used for non-looping inputs.)
For BMFL modules, the input
termination jumper default
mode is for external
termination. This is the setting
you will need if you are using a
looping input.
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Follow this procedure to set the jumper for looping or internal input
termination:
1. Locate the jumper block on the module. Figure 2-9 shows the
location of this jumper block.
2. Place the jumper on the pin that corresponds to looping or internal
input termination. See Figure 2-10.
Figure 2-10. VEA6800+ Input Terminating Jumper Block Pin
Placement
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Adjusting Potentiometers
The VEA6800+ module has two separate, adjustable potentiometers
(“pots”) for gain and EQ mode adjustment. Figure 2-9 on page 22
shows the location of these pots.
A multi-turn pot allows you to adjust gain for a range of –3 dB to +3
dB. See Figure 2-11.
•
To increase the gain, turn the pot clockwise.
•
To decrease the gain, turn the pot counterclockwise.
A second multi-turn EQ pot allows you to adjust cable equalization. See
Figure 2-11.
•
To increase equalization, turn the pot clockwise.
•
To decrease equalization, turn the pot counterclockwise.
VEA6800+
Decrease
Increase
Figure 2-11. VEA6800+ Gain and EQ Mode Potentiometer
Adjustment
A single-turn pot allows fine adjustment of the CMR. A separate
single-turn pot controls response; an additional variable capacitor
controls EQ response. The adjustments have been set in the
manufacturing facility; readjusting is not recommended without
precision test equipment.
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Installing 6800+ Modules
Required Frames and Back Connector Types
The VCA/VDA/VEA6800+ modules have single- and double-width
back connectors that can be installed in an FR6802+X(F) or a 6800/
7000 series frame.
•
See the FR6802+ Frame Installation and Operation Manual for
details on installing back connectors in an FR6802+ frame.
•
See the 6800 Series Frames and Power Supply Installation and
Operation Manual for details on installing back connectors in a
6800/7000 series frame.
Installing VCA/VDA/VEA6800+ Modules
These modules require no specialized installation procedures.
•
See the FR6802+ Frame Installation and Operation Manual for
information about installing and operating an FR6802+ frame and
its components.
•
See the 6800 Series Frames and Power Supply Installation and
Operation Manual for information about installing and operating a
6800/7000 series frame.
Removing VCA/VDA/VEA6800+ Modules
These modules require no specialized removal procedures.
•
See the FR6802+ Frame Installation and Operation Manual for
information about removing components in an FR6802+ frame.
•
See the 6800 Series Frames and Power Supply Installation and
Operation Manual for information about removing components in a
6800/7000 series frame.
Making Connections
Once you have installed your VCA/VDA/VEA6800+ modules, you can
connect them to the appropriate input and outputs.
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Chapter 3
Specifications
Overview
The following specification tables appear in this chapter:
•
“Inputs” on page 26 through page 27
•
“Outputs” on page 28
•
“Performance” on page 29 through page 31
•
“Propagation Delay” on page 32
•
“Temperature” on page 32
Specifications and designs are subject to change without notice.
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Inputs
Table 3-1. VCA6800+ Input Specifications
Item
Specification
Number of inputs
1
Video input level
1Vp-p nominal
Maximum input level
2.5 Vp-p centered at 0 V
Input impedance
75Ω looping or internal terminating
selectable
Coupling
AC- and DC-selectable
Input return loss
> 45 dB to 5 MHz
> 40 dB to 10 MHz
CMRR
> 65 dB to 1 kHz
Table 3-2. VDA6800+ Input Specifications
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Item
Specification
Number of inputs
1
Video input level
1Vp-p nominal
Maximum input level
2.5 Vp-p centered at 0 V
Input impedance
75Ω looping or internal terminating
selectable
Coupling
DC
Input return loss
> 45 dB to 5 MHz
> 40 dB to 10 MHz
CMRR
> 65 dB to 1 kHz
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Table 3-3. VEA6800+ Input Specifications
Item
Specification
Number of inputs
1
Video input level
1Vp-p nominal
Maximum input level
2.5 Vp-p centered at 0 V
Input impedance
75Ω looping or internal terminating
selectable
Coupling
DC
Input return loss
> 45 dB to 5 MHz
> 40 dB to 10 MHz
CMRR
> 65 dB to 1 kHz
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Outputs
Table 3-4. VCA6800+ Output Specifications
Item
Specification
Number of outputs
4 or 8
Output impedance
75Ω
Output return loss
> 45 dB to 5 MHz
> 40 dB to 10 MHz
Output isolation
> 40 dB @ 10 MHz
Response variation
< 0.1 dB @ 10 MHz
Phase match
± 0.2°
Table 3-5. VDA6800+ Output Specifications
Item
Specification
Number of outputs
4 or 8
Output impedance
75Ω
Output return loss
> 45 dB to 5 MHz
> 40 dB to 10 MHz
Output isolation
> 40 dB @ 10 MHz
Response variation
< 0.1 dB @ 10 MHz
Phase match
± 0.2°
Table 3-6. VEA6800+ Output Specifications
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Item
Specification
Number of outputs
4 or 8
Output impedance
75Ω
Output return loss
> 45 dB to 5 MHz
> 40 dB to 10 MHz
Output isolation
> 40 dB @ 10 MHz
Response variation
< 0.1 dB @ 10 MHz
Phase match
± 0.2°
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Performance
Table 3-7. VCA6800+ Performance Specifications
Item
Specification
Gain range
– 3 dB to + 3 dB
Frequency response
< ± 0.05 dB DC–10 MHz
< ± 0.2 dB to 20 MHz
–3 dB > 50 MHz
Line tilt
< 0.20% DC coupling
Field tilt
< 0.20% DC coupling
Differential gain
< 0.15%
Differential phase
< 0.15°
DC offset
< 25 mV
Max. cable length of EQ
0–300 m Belden 8281 cable
Max. cable length for optional EQ 0–200 m Belden 8241 cable
0–250 m Belden 1505A cable
0–300 m Belden 1694A cable
0–200 m PSF 1/3 cable
0–250 m Nokia 0.6/2.8 cable
0–250 m VPM2000 cable
EQ response
< ± 0.05 dB to 5 MHz
< ± 0.15 dB to 10 MHz
Clamp level
< ± 25 mV
Clamp APL effect
< ± 5 mV
Clamp delay
3 lines for hard clamp
7 lines for soft clamp
S/N ratio
> 70 dB by VM700
Power dissipation
<2W
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Table 3-8. VDA6800+ Performance Specifications
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Item
Specification
Gain range
– 3 dB to + 3 dB
Frequency response
< ± 0.05 dB DC–10 MHz
< ± 0.2 dB to 20 MHz
–3 dB > 50 MHz
Line tilt
< 0.20% DC coupling
Field tilt
< 0.20% DC coupling
Differential gain
< 0.15%
Differential phase
< 0.15°
DC offset
< 25 mV
S/N ratio
> 70 dB by VM700
Power dissipation
<2W
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Table 3-9. VEA6800+ Performance Specifications
Item
Specification
Gain range
– 3 dB to + 3 dB
Frequency response
< ± 0.05 dB DC–10 MHz
< ± 0.2 dB to 20 MHz
–3 dB > 50 MHz
Line tilt
< 0.20% DC coupling
Field tilt
< 0.20% DC coupling
Differential gain
< 0.15%
Differential phase
< 0.15°
DC offset
< 25 mV
Max. cable length of EQ
0–300 m Belden 8281 cable
Max. cable length for optional EQ 0–200 m Belden 8241 cable
0–250 m Belden 1505A cable
0–300 m Belden 1694A cable
0–200 m PSF 1/3 cable
0–250 m Nokia 0.6/2.8 cable
0–250 m VPM2000 cable
EQ response
< ± 0.05 dB to 5 MHz
< ± 0.15 dB to 10 MHz
S/N ratio
> 70 dB by VM700
Power dissipation
<2W
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Propagation Delay
Table 3-10. Propagation Delay Specifications
Item
Specification
VCA6800+
15 ± 1.0 ns
VDA6800+
14 ± 1.0 ns
VEA6800+
15 ± 1.0 ns
Temperature
Table 3-11. Temperature Specifications
32
Item
Specification
Performance temperature
41°–104° F (5°–40° C)
Operating temperature
32°–122° F (0°–50° C)
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Keywords
A-H
Adjustable components 17–23
Adjusting potentiometers
VCA6800+ 19–20
VDA6800+ 21
VEA6800+ 23
Applications 2
Back modules 9–10, 24
Block diagrams
VCA6800+ 11
VDA6800+ 11
VEA6800+ 12
Cable types 6
Clamping mode 19
Coupling mode 18
Descriptions
modules
back module 9–10
front module 5–8
product 2–4
Directives
Restriction on Hazardous Substances xi
Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment
xii
Features
VCA6800+ 2–3
VDA6800+ 3
VEA6800+ 3–4
Front modules 5–8
jumpers 7
LEDs 7
switches 7
VCA6800+ 5
VDA6800+ 5
VEA6800+ 6
I-Q
Input specifications
VCA6800+ 26
VDA6800+ 26
VEA6800+ 27
Input terminating jumper
VCA6800+ 18
VDA6800+ 21
VEA6800+ 22
Installation and configuration
adjustable components 17–23
back connector types 24
installing modules 24
jumpers 17–23
packing list
VCA6800+ 15
VDA6800+ 15–16
VEA6800+ 16
power ratings 14
preparing module for installation 15
removing modules 24
required frames 24
unpacking modules 15
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Index
Introduction
applications 2
block diagrams 11–12
VCA6800+ 11
VDA6800+ 11
VEA6800+ 12
descriptions
modules 5–8
product 2–4
features
VCA6800+ 2–3
VDA6800+ 3
VEA6800+ 3–4
Jumpers, setting 17–23
Manual
revision history vii
Manual information vii–viii
Modules
back modules 9–10, 24
front modules 5–8
jumpers 7
LEDs 7
switches 7
VCA6800+ 5
VDA6800+ 5
VEA6800+ 6
installing modules 24
removing modules 24
unpacking modules ix
Operating temperature 32
Output specifications
VCA6800+ 28
VDA6800+ 28
VEA6800+ 28
Packing list
VCA6800+ 15
VDA6800+ 15–16
VEA6800+ 16
Performance specifications
VCA6800+ 29
VDA6800+ 30
VEA6800+ 31
Performance temperature 32
Potentiometers
VCA6800+ 19–20
34
VDA6800+ 21
VEA6800+ 23
Power ratings 14
Preparing for installation 15
Product description 2–4
Product equalization cable types 6
R-Z
Removing modules 24
Restriction on Hazardous Substances (RoHS)
directive xi
Safety
compliances x
RoHS directive xi
standards x
symbols x
terms x
WEEE directive xii
Setting
adjustable components 17–23
jumpers 17–23
Shipping information ix
Specifications
input
VCA6800+ 26
VDA6800+ 26
VEA6800+ 27
output
VCA6800+ 28
VDA6800+ 28
VEA6800+ 28
performance
VCA6800+ 29
VDA6800+ 30
VEA6800+ 31
temperature 32
Temperature specifications 32
Unpacking modules ix, 15
VCA6800+
adjusting potentiometers 19–20
block diagram 11
clamping mode 19
coupling mode 18
features 2–3
input terminating jumper 18
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packing list 15
setting adjustable components 17–20
setting jumpers 17–20
specifications
input 26
output 28
performance 29
VDA6800+
adjusting potentiometers 21
block diagram 11
features 3
input terminating jumper 21
packing list 15–16
specifications
input 26
output 28
performance 30
VEA6800+
adjusting potentiometers 23
block diagram 12
cable types 6
features 3–4
input terminating jumper 22
packing list 16
specifications
input 27
output 28
performance 31
Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE) directive xii
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