Omneon MediaDeckTM Installation Guide

Omneon MediaDeckTM Installation Guide
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Connect Audio and Video I/O (Continued)
5500 Series HD/SD MPEG-2/DV Playback MediaDeck Module (MDM-5501)
AES Audio Out
AES Audio Out
LTC
Unused
Channel A
1/2
Unused
Channel B
1/2
3/4
3/4
IN
OUT
Omneon MediaDeck Installation Guide
TM
Unused
Chan. A
Chan. B
A
B
RS-422
HD or SD SDI Video Out
For service only
Unused
HD or SD SDI Video Out
MediaDeck
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Connect AC Power
3. Make sure that the power switch for the SystemManager Platform or client PC is off, and that the
power switch for the Keyboard/Monitor Tray is off as well. Attach an AC cord to the AC connector on
your SystemManager Platform or client PC, as well as your SystemManager Keyboard/Monitor Tray.
1. If you are connecting to an automation system, make sure the power switch on the automation
system is off. Attach an AC cord to the AC connector on the automation system.
This guide includes connection instructions for the following
Omneon MediaDeck Modules:
• 5000 Series SD MPEG-2/DV MediaDeck Module (MDM-5001)
• 5220 Series SD MPEG-2 Dual I/O MediaDeck Module (MDM-5221)
• 5320 Series HD/SD MPEG-2 Dual I/O MediaDeck Module (MDM-5321)
• 5400 Series HD/SD MPEG-2/DV Simulcast MediaDeck Module (MDM-5401)
• 5500 Series HD/SD MPEG-2/DV Playback MediaDeck Module (MDM-5501)
2. Omneon MediaDecks do not have any power switches. To take full advantage of the dual redundant
power supplies on the Omneon MediaDeck, ensure that separate, isolated power sources are
available. Connect AC cords to the two AC connectors on the Omneon MediaDeck.
SystemManager Platform Rear Panel
Gb 1
Important: Do not plug the AC cords into AC power sources yet. Connecting to an AC power
source will turn on the Omneon MediaDeck.
Gb 2
SystemManager Platform Rear Panel
4. Connect an AC cord to the AC connector on the Ethernet switch (or hub). Do not plug the AC cord
into an AC power source yet.
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Omneon MediaDeck Rear Panel
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7
6
5
4
3
2
To access the Omneon MediaDeck documentation:
ftp.omneon.com/updates/omneon/current/MediaDeck/
To access the Omneon SystemManager software and
documentation, go to:
ftp.omneon.com/updates/omneon/current/SystemManager/
Refer to the Omneon MediaDeck™ Read Me First
in your Omneon MediaDeck kit for the password to
download the documentation and software files for the
Omneon MediaDeck and SystemManger.
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Gigabit Ethernet Switch
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Power Up the System
Warning: Safe handling
of this system requires
TWO people.
Run SystemManager
Caution: Unpack and place your Omneon MediaDeck system on a
flat anti-static surface to perform the following installation procedures
contained in this document.
Caution: Electrostatic discharge can damage components. Make sure to wear
an antistatic wrist strap and attach it to a metal part of the Omneon MediaDeck
chassis when performing the procedures in this guide.
Locate the following items in your Omneon MediaDeck kits:
Omneon MediaDeck Modules
1. Apply power to the Ethernet hub or switch.
To run SystemManager and begin using your Omneon MediaDeck, refer to
“Running SystemManager and Creating a File System” in the Omneon MediaDeck™ User’s Guide.
2. Apply power to the SystemManager Platform and Keyboard/Monitor Tray, or client PC.
Ra
ck
3. From the SystemManager Platform, log on to Microsoft Windows with the user name:
Administrator, and the password: omneon. Both entries are case sensitive.
Note: If an error message appears indicating that a network connection is missing,
click OK and continue with the power-up sequence.
Omneon MediaDeck with
Omneon MediaDeck Module(s) factory-installed
Bezel
Eight 500-GB or 1-TB
SATA disk drives
SystemManager Platform
or Client PC
Mo
unt
Kit
Rack Mount Kit
Interconnection Cables
Documentation Suite
If you have installed SystemManager on a client PC, log on to your client PC.
Sample System Diagram
4. Apply power to the Omneon MediaDeck by connecting the AC cords to the separate power
sources.
5. Check the status LEDs on the Omneon MediaDeck front panel and verify there are no problems.
Refer to “Reading the Front Panel Status LEDs” below.
6. Apply power to the (optional) automation system.
Replacing Components
Reading the Front Panel Status LEDs
Descriptions for each of the front panel status LEDs are shown below:
Off
Dark Blue
Light Blue
No reference signal connected
Locked to external reference
Status LEDs
Off
Dark Blue
Light Blue
File system initialization not complete
[Solid] File system (FS) started, read-only
[Blink] FS present but halted
[Solid] FS started, read-write
[Blink] No FS present
Off
Green
Dark Blue
Light Blue
Reference
File System
RAID system initialization not complete
[Solid] Rebuild[s] in progress
[Blink] A RAID set in the FS is compromised
[Solid] One or more RAID sets unprotected
[Blink] RAID sets present, no FS running
[Solid] All RAID sets are protected
[Blink] FS not viable to start
RAID
Ethernet initialization failure
Dark Blue
[Blink] Ethernet hardware or software failure
Light Blue
[Solid] Ethernet communications OK, IP address present
[Blink] Ethernet communications problem
File Transfer Ethernet
•
•
•
•
•
•
Control Ethernet
I/O Module Status
Light Blue
Off
Green
I/O Module status OK
I/O Module failure
Record in progress
To replace components for your Omneon MediaDeck,
refer to the Omneon MediaDeck™ Component
Replacement Guide in your MediaDeck kit.
The Component Replacement Guide includes the
following sections:
Front
Panel LEDs
Note: The File System and RAID status LEDs will blink light blue until a file system
and RAID set are created.
Technical Support
A sample system is shown below. Customer-supplied components include the following:
Omneon Technical Support can be contacted as follows:
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•
•
•
•
•
For support in the Americas:
Telephone (Toll Free): +1(888) OVN SPT1 (686 7781)
Telephone (Local): +1(408) 585 5200
Fax: +1 (408) 521 2191
Email: support@omneon.com
Digital VTR (if an Analog VTR is used, external A-D converters are required)
Video Monitors
RS-422 interconnection cables (DB-9 Male to DB-9 Male)
Audio/Video interconnection cables suitable for SDI and AES signal transmission, and monitoring equipment
Gigabit Ethernet Hub or Gigabit Ethernet switch
Automation System (optional)
A/V Out
Ethernet
Switch or Hub
A/V In
Digital VTR
Ethernet
Replacing the Bezel
Replacing a Disk Drive
Replacing the Drive Cage
Replacing an I/O Module
Replacing the Processor Module
Replacing the Chassis
RS-422
Distribution
For support in Europe, Middle East, and Africa:
Telephone: +44 1252 555 450
Fax: +44 1252 377 171
Email: emeasupport@omneon.com
For support in Russia and CIS
Telephone: +7 495 506 5981
Fax: +7 495 937 8290
Email: RUsupport@omneon.com
For support in Japan:
Telephone: +81 3 5565 6737
Fax: +81 3 5565 6736
Email: japansupport@omneon.com
For support in China (mainland):
Telephone: +86 10 8391 3313
Fax: +86 10 8391 3688
Email: chinasupport@omneon.com
For support in Asia Pacific (other territories):
Telephone: +65 6671 1499
Fax: +65 6671 1454
Email: apacsupport@omneon.com
For the support page on the Omneon website:
http://www.omneon.com/support
Host
Connections
SystemManager Platform
or Client PC
For the support server:
ftp://ftp.omneon.com/Updates/Omneon/Current/
Omneon MediaDeck
Automation System (optional)
Note: For complete environmental, power, racking, and cable requirements, refer to the Omneon MediaDeck™ User’s Guide.
Part Number 28-0134, Revision J.
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Copyright © 2011. Harmonic Inc. All rights reserved.
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Rack Mounting
Install the Disk Drives
For complete instructions on rack mounting
the Omneon MediaDeckTM System, refer
to the Omneon MediaDeck™ User’s Guide
and the instructions provided with the rack kit.
Caution: Electrostatic discharge can damage components.
Observe normal ESD [Electrostatic Discharge] procedures
when handling hard drive assemblies.
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3. Using the slot guides in the enclosure to guide the drive,
insert the disk drive all the way into the drive bay until
the camming lever on the left side of the carrier stops it.
1. Align the bezel in front of the chassis so that the Omneon logo appears
in the top-left corner, and the metal corners of the bezel are level with
the rack ears of the chassis.
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No Drives in
Bottom Row
2. Open the latch
on the front of
the disk drive by pressing
the tab to the right while
pulling the lever back, as shown.
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Front View
of System
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2
Important: Use ONLY Omneon-supplied
replacement parts.
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3. Hand-tighten the four captive
thumb screws to secure the
bezel in place.
2. Keeping the corners aligned, press the bezel
straight onto the chassis
so that the top and bottom edges
of the bezel slide over the top
and bottom edges of the chassis.
The LED connector inside the
bottom right-hand corner of
the bezel connects to
the LED card inside the chassis.
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5. Install the remaining disk drives.
Warning: Safe handling
of this system requires
TWO people.
Install the SystemManager Platform
or Client PC
Note: Use TWO hands to perform this procedure.
4. Push the lever closed to lock the drive into place.
Note: Disk drives can be installed in any order.
Note: Do not attempt to install disk drives
into the bottom row of the drive cage.
This space is intended for air flow only.
1. Unpack a disk drive.
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Install the Bezel
Omneon MediaDeck Rear View
Connect to your Gigabit Ethernet Network
I/O Module
The SystemManager application, used to operate
and configure the Omneon MediaDeck,
comes pre-installed on the SystemManager Platform.
The software-only version of SystemManager
(NSM-2007SW) can be installed and run
on your own client PC.
SystemManager Platform
To install either the SystemManager Platform
or
or the software-only version of SystemManager,
Software-only version
refer to the Omneon SystemManager Release Notes and
(NSM-2007SW)
Omneon SystemManager Installation Guide for instructions.
These guides can be downloaded from:
ftp.omneon.com/updates/omneon/current/SystemManager/
Refer to the Omneon MediaDeck™ Read Me First in your MediaDeck kit
for help with downloading the necessary files.
Connect to an Automation System (Optional)
I/O Module
Important: Check with your network administrator
before connecting to your Ethernet network.
Connect to SystemManager
5400 Series HD/SD MPEG-2/DV Simulcast MediaDeck Module (MDM-5401)
Note: For the following connections, Omneon recommends that you use a CAT 5e or CAT 6 Ethernet cable.
Do not use a crossover cable or an adapter.
1. Ensure that an Ethernet switch with Gigabit uplink capability has been installed in your equipment rack.
2. Attach an Ethernet cable to the NIC 1 port on the SystemManager Platform, or an open LAN port on your client
PC. Attach the other end of the Ethernet cable to the Ethernet switch.
Note: Do not use the NIC 2 port on the SystemManager Platform unless you have configured SystemManager as a
client, or you are using the NSM-2003. Refer to the Omneon SystemManager Installation Guide for details.
3. Attach an Ethernet cable to the Control port on the Omneon MediaDeck, and then attach the other end to an open
port on the Ethernet switch. The Omneon MediaDeck uses DHCP to obtain an IP address from SystemManager.
Power Supply
Processor Module
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Power Supply
RS-422
Port A
Connect to an Automation System (Optional)
RJ45 Male
to DB-9
Female
Sample Automation System Connections
Connect to a File Transfer System (Recommended)
All automation systems differ in their array of control connectors and method of interfacing with the Omneon MediaDeck system. The following diagrams provide examples for each MediaDeck Module.
Refer to the documentation supplied with your automation system for interconnection details.
Your file transfer system may be any system you use for editing or network storage. The Omneon MediaDeck supports
file transfers using FTP, SAMBA, and AFP protocols.
Automation System
5000 Series SD MPEG-2/DV MediaDeck Module (MDM-5001)
4. Attach an Ethernet cable to the Ethernet switch, and then attach the other end to the LAN port on your file transfer
system.
5. Attach an Ethernet cable to the File port on the Omneon MediaDeck, and then attach the other end to an
open port on the Ethernet switch.
5320 Series HD/SD MPEG-2 Dual I/O MediaDeck Module (MDM-5321)
5220 Series SD MPEG-2 Dual I/O MediaDeck Module (MDM-5221)
Omneon MediaDeck Processor Module
CAT 5e Ethernet Cable
Connector Detail
3
RJ-45 Male to
DB-9 Female Splitter
DB-9 Male
to Male
Play
RJ-45 Male to
DB-9 Female
Control
5
Record
RS-422
Port A
RS-422
Port B
Play
File Transfer System Rear Panel
Gigabit Ethernet Switch
Automation System Rear Panel
2
4
Note: All DB-9 Male to
Male extension cables
in these diagrams are
customer supplied.
The RJ-45 to DB-9 cables
are supplied by Omneon.
Refer to the User’s Guide
for pinout information.
LAN
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6
5
4
3
1
2
5500 Series HD/SD MPEG-2/DV Playback MediaDeck Module (MDM-5501)
RS-422
Port C
RS-422
Port A/B
File
8
Play
DB-9 Male
to Male
Play
Play
RJ-45 Male
to DB-9
Female
Record
PVW
422
(3)
422
(1)
422
(4)
422
(2)
VTR
DB-9 Male
to Male
Play
Play
DB-9 Male
to Male
RJ45 Male
to DB-9
Female
Record Play
Record
RS-422
Port B
RS-422
Port A
Play
Automation System
Play
Automation System
NSM 2007, 2007K SystemManager Platform Rear Panel
Gb 1
8
Gb 2
NIC 1
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Connect Audio and Video I/O
5320 Series HD/SD MPEG-2 Dual I/O MediaDeck Module (MDM-5321)
The following diagrams describe the functionality of connectors for
each Omneon MediaDeck Module. For detailed connection
instructions, refer to the Omneon MediaDeck™ User’s Guide.
Your system configuration and specific audio/video requirements
may differ.
Connect Reference Video
BNC
Connector
Detail
5220 Series SD MPEG-2 Dual I/O MediaDeck Module (MDM-5221)
5400 Series HD/SD MPEG-2/DV Simulcast MediaDeck Module (MDM-5401)
Note: The MDM-5221 provides support for SD only.
Reference video should always be connected to the Omneon MediaDeck. Failure to connect reference video
may result in errors.
AES Audio In
AES Audio In
AES Out/Thru
AES Out
1. Connect reference video to one of the Reference connectors.
2. Connect a 75 Ohm BNC terminator to the other Reference connector to terminate it, or connect it to
the next device in line that requires reference video.
Note: Termination must be applied to the last device in the loop.
5000 Series SD MPEG-2/DV MediaDeck Module (MDM-5001)
AES Audio In
3. If required, configure VITC lines using the SystemManager. For details, refer to “Changing Omneon
MediaDeck Clock Reference VITC Lines” in the Omneon MediaDeckTM User’s Guide.
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Reference
Video
AES Audio Out
Channel A
Channel B
Channel C
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
3/4
3/4
3/4
IN
Channel B
Channel B
1/2
1/2
1/2
3/4
1/2
A
B
3/4
HD or SD SDI Video In
Chan. A
Chan. B
HD or SD SDI Video Out/Thru
Reference
75 Ohm
Termination
(or loop to
next device)
2
HD or SD SDI Video In
Chan.
Chan. AA
SDI Video In
Chan. B
Chan. C
SDI Video Out
A/B
C
RS-422
3/4
3/4
LTC
LTC
Unused
IN
OUT
Channel A
1/2
Unused Channel A
1/2
3/4
3/4
IN
OUT
OUT
Omneon MediaDeck Processor Module
Reference
Channel A
AES Audio Out
LTC
Channel A
3/4
Channel A
AES Audio Out
HD or SD SDI Video Out
RS-422
Unused
For service only
Chan. A
Chan. A
A
Unused
HD SDI Video Out
Unused
RS-422
For service only
SD SDI Video Out
For service only
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