Extron FOX3 T 311 Manual

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FOX3 T/R 301 and FOX3 T/R 311 • Setup Guide
This guide provides quick start instructions for an experienced installer to set up and operate the Extron FOX3 T/R 301 and
FOX3 T/R 311 Fiber Optic transmitters and receivers.
WARNING: The FOX3 T/R 301 and FOX3 T/R 311 outputs continuous invisible light (Class 1 rated), which may be harmful to
the eyes; use with caution. Plug the attached dust caps into the optical transceivers when the fiber cable is unplugged.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT, see the FOX3 T/R 301 and FOX3 T/R 311 User Guide, at www.extron.com.
AVERTISSEMENT :
Le FOX3 T/R 301 and FOX3 T/R 311 émet une lumière invisible en continu (conforme à la classe 1)
qui peut être dangereux pour les yeux, à utiliser avec précaution. Branchez les protections contre la poussière dans
l’ensemble émetteur/récepteur lorsque le câble fibre optique est débranché.
Produit laser de classe 1, voir le FOX3 T/R 301 and FOX3 T/R 311 User Guide sur www.extron.com (en anglais).
NOTE: The front and rear panels for the FOX3 T 301 and FOX3 R 301 are shown in this guide. Some of the features on the
FOX3 301 transmitter and receiver are not available on the FOX3 311 transmitter and receiver. See the FOX3 T/R 301 and
FOX3 T/R 311 User Guide at www.extron.com to see the front and rear panels for the FOX3 T 311 and FOX3 R 311.
a.
If desired, connect an HDMI video display to the
Loop Out port (I) for a local display.
c.
Connect an HDMI display to the HDMI output (J) on
the receiver.
d.
Connect an audio input device to the Audio 5-pole
captive screw port (D) on the transmitter (see figure 2
to wire the captive screw connector).
e.
f.
Connect an audio output device to the Audio 5-pole
captive screw port (E) on the receiver (see figure 2 to
wire the captive screw connector).
For optional returned audio (C) (see figure 2 to wire
the captive screw connector):
•
Connect an audio input device to the Audio Return
5-pole captive screw port on the receiver.
100-240V
~ 0.7A MAX
L
OUTPUTS
R
S 5V
RS-232
REMOTE
AUDIO
L
R
60-60 Hz
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
IR
Tx Rx G Tx Rx
USB HID
2
1
100 mA
USB 2.0
3D
SYNC
Tx Rx G
HDMI
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
Power Inlet
Power LED
Audio Return
Audio input (transmitter)
Audio output (receiver)
USB Host ports
USB Hub ports
IN
OUT
IN
N
O
INPUTS
S 5V
B
A
LAN
RS-232
500 mA
R
OUT
L M
DEVICES
1
1
OUTPUTS
A
B
LAN
FOX3 T 301
Tx Rx G
J G HI J K
ABCDE F
R
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
HDMI Loop Out
HDMI output (receiver)
Remote RS-232/3D Sync port
Control RS-232/IR port
LAN Ethernet port
SFP module and LEDs
Reset button
HDMI input (transmitter)
Figure 1. FOX3 T/R 301 Rear Panels
Tip
Ring
Sleeves
Tip
Ring
R
Tip
Sleeve
Tip
Sleeve
Balanced Stereo Input
Unbalanced Stereo Input
No Ground Here
Balanced Stereo Output
R
No Ground Here
Unbalanced Stereo Output
Tip
Ring
Sleeves
Tip
Ring
L
Tip
Sleeves
Tip
R
Pour l’audio asymétrique, connectez les
manchons au contact au sol. Ne PAS
connecter les manchons aux contacts négatifs
(–).
3D
SYNC
RS-232
HOST
L
•
HOST
R
ATTENTION:
• For unbalanced audio, connect the sleeves
to the ground contact. DO NOT connect the
sleeves to the negative (–) contacts.
REMOTE
USB 2.0
LOOP OUT
60-60 Hz
IR
Tx Rx G Tx Rx
L
Connect an audio output device to the Audio
Return 5-pole captive screw port on the transmitter.
USB HID
R
L
•
RS-232
HDMI
AUDIO
Connect an HDMI video source to the HDMI input (see
figure 1, H) on the transmitter.
b.
INPUTS
R
L
AUDIO
RETURN
Step 2 — Input and Output Connections
L
FOX3 R 301
Turn off or disconnect all equipment power sources and
mount the transmitter as required. For mounting details and
considerations, see the FOX3 T/R 301 and FOX3 T/R 311
User Guide at www.extron.com.
~ 0.7A MAX
CONTROL
100-240V
CONTROL
Step 1 — Mounting
AUDIO
RETURN
Installation
Do not tin the wires!
Figure 2. Audio Wiring Diagrams
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FOX3 T/R 301 and FOX3 T/R 311 • Setup Guide (Continued)
g.
Connect peripheral devices to the USB ports (see figure 3).
NOTES:
• The FOX3 matrix switches the USB HID and USB 2.0 inputs and outputs independently of the video and each USB
connection.
•
The USB 2.0 port is only available on the FOX3 T/R 301 devices.
•
The USB HID ports are used only for a mouse or keyboard.
•
The USB 2.0 ports are used for thumb drives, cameras, keyboards, a mouse, CAC reader, and such devices.
Keyboard
y
Mouse
USB
USB
L t
Laptop
USB HID
AUDIO
L
Transmitter
3D
SYNC
100-240V
HOST
Tx Rx G
S 5V
~ 0.7A MAX
OUTPUTS
A
B
LAN
RS-232
LOOP OUT
HOST
60-60 Hz
REMOTE
USB 2.0
R
IR
Tx Rx G Tx Rx
L
RS-232
1
Tx Rx G Tx Rx
USB HID
REMOTE
AUDIO
L
R
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
R
60-60 Hz
Receiver
A
IR
DEVICES
SM or MM cable
Figure 3.
OUTPUTS
R
2
USB 2.0
1
100 mA
INPUTS
HDMI
Tx Rx G
S 5V
IN
OUT
IN
Thumb Drive
Peripheral USB Connections Diagram
•
USB Host ports (A) — Connect a USB type A to B cable between this USB type B port and the USB port of a host.
•
USB Hub ports (B) — Connect a USB type A cable between the USB type A port and peripherals.
IR Device
Rx Tx Gnd
For stereoscopic 3D sync such as an external IR emitter for glasses, connect a PC
to the two right poles of the REMOTE RS‑232/3D Sync 5-pole captive screw port
on the transmitter (see figure 1, K on page 1).
Tx Rx G Tx Rx
IR
CONTROL
RS-232
To pass serial, IR data, or control signals, such as for serial control of a projector,
connect the master device to the transmitter and the controlled device to the
receiver via the CONTROL 5-pole captive screw connector (see figure 4 for
wiring).
NOTE: For returned RS-232 and IR responses (from the receiver to the
transmitter) install the receiver-Tx-to-transmitter-Rx cable in step 4b.
b.
R
OUT
USB
Step 3 — Control Connections
a.
B
A
LAN
RS-232
500 mA
B
3D
SYNC
FOX3 R 301
RS-232
HDMI
CONTROL
INPUTS
R
AUDIO
RETURN
L
FOX3 T 301
~ 0.7A MAX
USB
CONTROL
100-240V
AUDIO
RETURN
USB
Tx Rx Gnd
RS-232 Device
Figure 4. RS-232 and IR Wiring
Connect a display or projector to the two right poles of the REMOTE RS-232/3D Sync 5-pole captive screw port on the
receiver (K).
c.
For remote control of a unit and loading firmware (LAN or USB only), connect a host device, such as a computer or control
system, to one of the following ports (see the FOX3 T/R 301 and FOX3 T/R 311 User Guide, available at www.extron.com,
for details):
•
2
Remote RS-232 port — Connect the 3 left poles of this 5-pole captive screw connector to this port (K).
The protocol for the Remote port is as follows:
•
9600 baud
•
no parity
•
1 stop bit
•
no flow control
•
8 data bits
•
LAN Ethernet port — Connect an RJ-45 connector to this port (M).
•
USB Configuration port — Connect a USB mini-B connector to this port (see figure 6, B on page 3).
Step 4 — Throughput Connections
NOTE: See figure 5 for fiber cable connections. Connect the transmitter to a receiver in one of
three ways:
• One way (transmitter to receiver) only, perform step 4a.
a.
A
Transmitter
c.
IN
OUT
IN
1 2
•
Two way (transmitter to receiver and return), perform steps 4a and 4b.
•
Output B is available to transmit 4K @ 60 Hz uncompressed signal when the FOX3
Uncompressed Video LinkLicense is purchased.
Connect the fiber between the transmitter A Out port and the receiver A In port (1).
NOTE: Ensure that the transmitter and connected receiver are in the same transmission
mode, singlemode (SM) or multimode (MM) and use the correct SM or MM fiber cable to
connect the devices.
b.
OUT
OUTPUTS
B
To return serial data from the receiver (such as responses from a controlled device), IR data,
or returned audio to the transmitter, connect a cable between the receiver A Out port and the
transmitter A In port (2).
To transmit an uncompressed 4K @ 60 Hz signal, using the Uncompressed Video LinkLicense,
repeat step 4a on the SFP B port on the transmitter and receiver
2 1
INPUTS
B
A
Receiver
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
Figure 5.
Fiber Cable Connection
SFP Link LEDs —
•
Transmit Optical OUT LED lights solid green when powered and lights off when there is no power on the endpoint.
•
Receive Optical IN LED lights solid green when light is present and lights off when there is no power or light present.
Step 5 — Power Connection
Connect the IEC power connector to the power inlet (see figure 1, A on page 1). The power LED lights (B) when the unit is
receiving power.
Operation
After the receiver, transmitter, and their connected devices are powered up, the system is fully operational. If any problems occur,
verify that the cables are routed and connected properly and the display device has a compatible resolution and refresh rate. If
problems persist, call the Extron S3 Sales & Technical Support Hotline (see the contact number on page 4).
Indications
A
B
C
D
Power LED — Indicates power is applied to the unit.
USB Config port — Connect a USB mini-B cable to
a computer to configure the device and update the
firmware via PCS or internal web pages.
Inputs LEDs —
•
Signal LED — Lights when the unit detects an input
video signal.
•
HDCP LED — Lights when the input signal is HDCP
encrypted.
•
Digital Audio LED — Lights when digital audio is
selected on the transmitter.
•
Analog Audio LED — Lights when analog audio is
selected on the transmitter.
INPUTS
CONFIG
A
B
DIGITAL AUDIO
HID HOST
HDCP
ANALOG AUDIO
2.0 HOST
C
INPUT
CONFIG
SIGNAL
HDCP
Figure 6.
USB
SIGNAL
FOX3 T 301
D
USB
HOST
USB HID
1
2
USB 2.0
FOX3 R 301
FOX3 T/R 301 Front Panels
USB LEDs —
•
Transmitter — The HID Host LED and 2.0 Host LED light when the unit is connected to the host device.
•
Receiver —
•
USB HID Host LED — When the transmitter and receiver are connected through the SFP port and a host device is
connected to the transmitter, the LED remains lit to indicate an active connected device.
•
USB HID 1 and 2 LEDs —When an active USB peripheral device is connected to the HUB ports on the receiver,
the LED remains lit to indicate an active connected device.
3
•
USB 2.0 Host LED — When the transmitter and receiver are connected through the SFP port and a USB 2.0 Host
device is connected to the transmitter, the LED remains lit to indicate an active connected device.
•
USB 2.0 1 LED — When the transmitter and receiver are connected through the SFP port and a USB 2.0 Host
device is connected to the transmitter, the LED remains lit to indicate an active connected device.
Reset
Press the rear panel recessed reset button (see figure 1, on page 1) if the FOX3 transmitter or receiver firmware is corrupted
or the unit gets disconnected during the update process. The reset allows the product to revert to the factory loaded firmware
(see the FOX3 T/R 301 and FOX3 T/R 311 User Guide, available at www.extron.com, for details on the reset modes).
Configuration and Control
See the FOX3 T/R 301 and FOX3 T/R 311 User Guide for details on operating and monitoring the transmitter and receiver using
SIS commands, Extron Product Configuration Software, or the internal web pages.
Application Diagram
Extron
FOX3 T 301
Fiber Optic Transmitter
S
UT B
TP
G
Tx
TS
PU
IN
RE
MI
RS
HD
T
OP
X
Tx
IN
IN
2
-23
Rx
G
S
5V
B 2.0
US
LAN
US
ST
HO
DIOR
AU
L
60
OU
T
OU
T
OU
B HID
AUDIO
RETURN
~ 0.7
N
LA
LO
R
L
A MA
0V
-24
100
A
CONTROL
Rx
3D
TE SYNC
Rx
FOX3 T 301
2
-23
MO
Ethernet
R
OU
IR
RS
Tx
HO
ST
Hz
60-
HDMI
Loop out
HDMI Input
Up to 20 km (12.43 miles)
Singlemode Fiber
SM Model
US
STAT
PLAY
ER
POW
USB
SD
4K Media Player
CAR
D
Extron
XPA 1002
Local
Monitor
4K
Power Amplifier
2
A 100
XP
SS
ING PUT
2
2 WIR OUT
1
CLA
OTE
REM mA
50 UTE
TS
10V VOL/M
INPU
2
1
BY
STAND
L
LEVE 2
1
1
Hz
50-60
1.3A,
40V
/
TERT
LIMITEC
PRO AL
SIGN
0
2
0
100-2
TS
2
~ 0.7
AUDIO
RETURN
L
X
A MA
0V
Extron
FOX3 R 301
60
60-
ES
VIC
DE
B HID
US
1
AU
L
DIO
R
B 2.0
US
Rx
PU
B
R
A
N
LA
T
OU
T
OU
Ethernet
IN
IN
2
RS
Tx
-24
100
Tx
MO
-23
TP
OU
R
G
3D
TE SYNC
Rx
FOX3 R 301
CONTROL
IN
IR
-23
RS
Tx
RE
S
UT
HD
Rx
G
S
5V
MI
1
0 mA
50
2
10
0 mA
RS-232
Hz
Fiber Optic Receiver
Audio
Output
HDMI
Output
DEL
80
MO
Extron
SI 28
Surface-mount
Speakers
4K Display
For information on safety guidelines, regulatory compliances, EMI/EMF compatibility, accessibility, and related topics, see the
Extron Safety and Regulatory Compliance Guide on the Extron website.
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