operator manual osd383 fiber optic cctv receiver module

operator manual osd383 fiber optic cctv receiver module
OPERATOR MANUAL
OSD383
FIBER OPTIC CCTV
RECEIVER MODULE
OPTICAL SYSTEMS DESIGN
OSD383
FIBER OPTIC CCTV
RECEIVER MODULE
Document No. 10103202
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INDEX 1
1
TECHNICAL SUMMARY........................................................................................................ 3
1.1
1.1.1
1.1.2
1.1.3
1.2
1.3
1.4
2
BRIEF DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................................ 3
OVERVIEW..................................................................................................................... 3
APPLICATIONS.............................................................................................................. 3
FEATURES AND BENEFITS......................................................................................... 3
TYPICAL CONFIGURATION................................................................................................ 4
PRODUCTS AND OPTIONS.................................................................................................. 4
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................... 5
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION..................................................................................... 6
2.1
INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................... 6
2.2
INSTALLATION ..................................................................................................................... 6
2.2.1
WARNING AND PRECAUTIONS ................................................................................. 6
2.2.2
OSD383 DRAWINGS AND DIMENSIONS................................................................... 7
2.2.3
POWER SUPPLY CONNECTIONS ............................................................................... 8
2.2.4
SIGNAL CONNECTIONS .............................................................................................. 8
2.2.5
INDICATOR FUNCTION ............................................................................................... 9
2.2.6
CONTROLS ..................................................................................................................... 9
3
MAINTENANCE ..................................................................................................................... 10
3.1
3.2
3.3
4
INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................. 10
EXTERNAL INSPECTION................................................................................................... 10
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................ 10
WARRANTY ............................................................................................................................ 11
4.1
WARRANTY PERIOD.......................................................................................................... 11
4.2
REPAIRS................................................................................................................................ 11
4.2.1
WARRANTY REPAIRS................................................................................................ 11
4.2.2
OUT-OF-WARRANTY REPAIRS ................................................................................ 11
4.2.3
SITE REPAIRS .............................................................................................................. 11
4.2.4
EXCLUSIONS ............................................................................................................... 11
FIGURE 1: TYPICAL CONFIGURATION ............................................................................................ 4
FIGURE 2: OSD383 CASE DIMENSIONS ............................................................................................ 7
FIGURE 3: OSD383 SIDE VIEWS ......................................................................................................... 8
TABLE 1: PRODUCTS AND OPTIONS................................................................................................ 4
TABLE 2: TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................................................... 5
TABLE 3: INDICATOR FUNCTION ..................................................................................................... 9
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TECHNICAL SUMMARY
1.1
BRIEF DESCRIPTION
1.1.1
OVERVIEW
The OSD383 is a small, self-contained, fiber-optic video receiver module. Two basic configurations are
available: the OSD383 is designed for use with multimode fiber at 850nm, while the OSD383L is
designed for use with singlemode fiber at 1300nm. A one-way fiber-optic video transmission link
formed by using the OSD383 with one of the OSD300 series fiber-optic transmitter modules will
provide CCTV or better quality video transmission at distances of over 5km using standard low cost
multimode optical fiber. Using the OSD383L and singlemode fiber, distances of over 30km can be
spanned.
A video output level control is included which allows optimisation of the received video picture
quality. Applications include video links where distance, electrical noise or security considerations
render conventional coaxial links impractical.
1.1.2
APPLICATIONS
V
Very High performance surveillance
systems where high resolution or long
transmission distances are required
V
Medical imaging transmission
1.1.3
V
Industrial process monitoring
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
V
Bandwidth of 10MHz
V
Complete end to end isolation
V
Extends wideband video transmission to
over 5km on multimode fiber
V
More secure than copper cable
V
Small size, low cost, robust and reliable
V
Higher quality video than with coax or
twisted pair
V
Safe transmission in hazardous
environments
V
Adjustment-free receiver operation
V
Immune to electrical interference
V
Compatible with most other OSD300
series video transmission products
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1.2
TYPICAL CONFIGURATION
Figure 1 below indicates a typical set-up for an OSD383
VIDEO
IN
OSD381
Optical Fiber
Link
OSD383
VIDEO
OUT
FIGURE 1: TYPICAL CONFIGURATION
1.3
PRODUCTS AND OPTIONS
There are various options available for the OSD383 as identified in Table 1 below:
TABLE 1: PRODUCTS AND OPTIONS
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
OSD383
OSD383L
STANDARD FIBER OPTIC CCTV RECEIVER MODULE
1300nm SINGLEMODE OPERATION CCTV RECEIVER MODULE
OSD902PP
MAINS INPUT PLUG PACK TO SUIT OSD383 PRODUCTS
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1.4
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Table 2 below provides Technical Specifications for the OSD383.
TABLE 2: TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
NO
SPECIFICATION
PERFORMANCE
1
Output Impedance
75Ω
2
Output Level
1Vp-p nominal, externally adjustable via trimpot
3
Video Connector
4
Power Connector
BNC Socket
2-pin socket
5
Bandwidth
10Hz to 10MHz +1/-3dB
6
Weighted Signal to Noise Ratio
7
Receiver Wavelength
8
Receiver Sensitivity
9
Optical Link Budget
10
Receiver Saturation
>50dB at –30dBm peak received optical power
800nm to 900nm (multimode, OSD383)
1200nm to 1600nm (singlemode, OSD383L)
>-30dBm peak for 50dB SNR
>17dB at 850nm (>5km of multimode fiber)
>14dB at 1300nm (>30km of singlemode fiber)
>-17dBm
11
Optical Connectors
ST standard, others optional
12
Power Requirements
+9VDC to +18VDC
6VAC to 15VAC at 100mA max
13
Enclosure
Strong metal case
14
Indicators
Video Signal Present
15
Controls
Output Fine Adjust
16
Dimensions (mm)
17
Weight of Module (kg)
93D x 54W x 28H (excludes flanges and optical connectors)
0.25
18
Operating Temperature
-20 to 75°C
19
Relative Humidity
0 to 95% non-condensing
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INSTALLATION AND OPERATION
2.1
INTRODUCTION
This section outlines the methods required to install and operate the OSD383 successfully. It should be
studied carefully if damage to the equipment or poor results are to be avoided.
This equipment has been fully tested prior to dispatch and is ready for immediate operation. However
it is advisable to check for external transportation damage before operation. If damage is evident, return
the unit with the packaging to your supplier immediately.
2.2
INSTALLATION
2.2.1
WARNING AND PRECAUTIONS
WARNING: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
OPTICAL OUTPUT OPERATION
Class 1
Class 3A
The multimode version of the OSD383 is a
Class 1 LED product. Wavelength of
850nm and <-8dBm power input.
The singlemode version of the OSD383 is a
Class 3A laser product.
Wavelength of
1310nm and <+5dBm power input or wavelength
of 1550nm and <+7dBm power input.
PRECAUTIONS
▲ All service personnel should be provided training as to the hazards of direct viewing of laser
radiation and of the precautionary measures during servicing of equipment
▲ Areas where laser products are installed should be restricted in access to trained service
personnel only and appropriate warning signs posted in the work area.
▲ All laser apertures should be covered by protective covers when not connected to optical
fibers. Never leave outputs uncovered.
▲ Laser equipment should be positioned above or below eye level where possible. Apertures
should be positioned away from personnel.
▲ Protective eyewear should be worn in the vicinity of laser equipment.
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2.2.2
OSD383 DRAWINGS AND DIMENSIONS
The OSD383 should be mounted on an even surface and secured by means of M4 or smaller screws.
Figure 2 is an outer case drawing showing the required mounting dimensions.
DETAIL 'A'
17
DETAIL ‘A’
4.2
6.6
All measurements
are in mm
93
57
8.5
28
54
79
67
FIGURE 2: OSD383 CASE DIMENSIONS
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2.2.3
POWER SUPPLY CONNECTIONS
The OSD383 requires external DC or AC power. The acceptable DC voltage range is +9 to +18V DC,
and the allowed AC voltage range is 6 to 15V AC, with maximum current draw of 100mA. Power
should be connected to the 2 way socket located at the back of the case. Take care to connect DC
power with the correct polarity: pin 2 is ground and pin 1 is positive power. For AC supplies the
polarity is not applicable.
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
BNC Output
2
Output Video Level Adjust
3
Not Used
4
LED – Video Present
5
Power Ground (pin 2)
6
Power +ve (pin 1)
7
Optical Input
7
FIGURE 3: OSD383 SIDE VIEWS
2.2.4
SIGNAL CONNECTIONS
The video output signal from the female BNC connector on the OSD383 should be connected to
external equipment using 75Ω cable terminated to a male BNC connector.
The optical fiber cable must be terminated with the appropriate optical connector. Before connection,
inspect the ends of the connectors to ensure that no dust or dirt is present as it could contaminate the
modem connector and result in poor performance.
If it is necessary to clean the cable connectors use isopropyl alcohol and lint free tissue to remove
contamination.
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2.2.5
INDICATOR FUNCTION
The OSD383 has one LED indicator. The function of which is described in Table 3.
TABLE 3: INDICATOR FUNCTION
INDICATOR
COLOUR
STATUS
Video
Green
Red
Video output signal present
Video output signal not present
2.2.6
CONTROLS
The OSD383 has one control for adjusting the video output signal level. It is located on the side of the
unit adjacent to the video output BNC connector (see Figure 3), and is accessible using a small flatblade screwdriver. The output signal level of the OSD383 is nominally set to 1Vp-p when shipped,
however this can be adjusted should the need arise such that the received picture quality can be
optimised.
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3
3.1
MAINTENANCE
INTRODUCTION
The following section outlines the fault-finding procedure for the OSD383 modems. Please take note of
the following:
V
Personnel without appropriate training should not attempt any maintenance except that outlined
below.
V
If further maintenance is attempted you are warned that every care should be taken to ensure that
internal measurements made while the equipment is operational are taken carefully as some
components within the unit are expensive and may be damaged by failure of any portion of their
support circuitry.
V
Some components within the unit are ES sensitive and ESD precautions should be taken when
performing maintenance upon the unit.
3.2
EXTERNAL INSPECTION
Visually check for the following:
V
Check that the correct power source is connected to the power socket.
V
Check that the video signals are connected to the modem correctly and that the distant modem has
been terminated correctly to any external equipment.
V
Inspect the optical connectors for any contamination and clean using isopropyl alcohol and a lint
free tissue if any contamination is detected.
V
Check that any external termination resistors are connected if the system configuration requires
them.
3.3
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
V There is no routine maintenance required with the OSD383.
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4
WARRANTY
Thank you for purchasing equipment designed, manufactured and serviced by Optical Systems Design
(OSD). OSD warrants that at the time of shipment, its products are free from defects in material and
workmanship and conforms to specifications. Our Warranty conditions are outlined below:
4.1
WARRANTY PERIOD
For warranty period, please call your local OSD distributor.
4.2
REPAIRS
Optical Systems Design reserves the right to repair or replace faulty modules/units. Please obtain a
“Return Material Authorisation” (RMA) form and number before returning goods.
Goods must be returned in adequate packing material to Optical Systems Design, Warriewood or its
nominated authorised representative, for all repairs.
4.2.1
WARRANTY REPAIRS
Return shipments to OSD shall be at customer's expense and freight back to the customer will be at
OSD expense.
4.2.2
OUT-OF-WARRANTY REPAIRS
OSD reserves the right to repair or replace any faulty goods. Freight costs and insurance for both
journeys are met by the user. All equipment repaired by OSD will have a 3-Month warranty from the
date of dispatch.
4.2.3
SITE REPAIRS
By agreement site repairs may be undertaken for which out of pocket, hotel and travel expenses will be
charged.
4.2.4
EXCLUSIONS
This warranty does not apply to defects caused by unauthorized modifications, misuse, abuse or
transport damage to the equipment. All modifications to OSD’s standard product will need written
authorization and will be charged at normal repair rates. All modifications are to be carried out by OSD
technicians. Warranty is void if unauthorized removal and/or tampering with serial number and/or
repair labels is evident.
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Optical Systems Design Pty. Ltd.
7/1 Vuko Pl. Warriewood 2102
P.O. Box 891 Mona Vale
N.S.W. Australia 2103
Telephone: +61 2 9913 8540
Facsimile: +61 2 9913 8735
Email: osdsales@osd.com.au
Web Site: www.osd.com.au
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SYSTEMS
DESIGN
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