Extron HFX 100 User manual

Extron HFX 100 User manual
HFX 100 Tx and HFX 100 Rx • User Guide
This guide describes the function, installation and operation of the HFX 100 Tx transmitter and HFX 100 Rx receiver. Unless otherwise
stated, the terms “HFX 100,” “HDMI extender,” and “extender” refer to both units. The term “transmitter” refers to the HFX 100 Tx and
the term “receiver” refers to the HFX 100 Rx.
FCC Class A Notice
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC
rules. The Class A limits provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area
is likely to cause interference. This interference must be corrected at the expense of the user.
NOTE: For more 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.
FDA/IEC 60825-1 Requirements
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
Complies with FDA performance standards for laser products except for deviations pursuant to Laser Notice No. 5, dated June 24,
2007.
The product is intended to be used with the fiber optic cables fully installed.
This product meets the applicable requirements of IEC 60825-1, Edition 1 (2007).
Any service to this product must be carried out by Extron Electronics and its qualified service personnel.
About the HFX 100 Tx and HFX 100 Rx
The Extron HFX 100 HDMI extender comprises of a transmitter (Tx) and receiver (Rx) pair, which use one multimode fiber optic cable to
transmit a signal up to 300 meters (984 feet). The transmitter accepts a single HDMI input and converts it to a proprietary signal that is
sent over the fiber optic cable to the receiver. The receiver converts the signal back to an HDMI output.
The extender supports DDC and HDCP pass-through.
Features
Signal extender — converts the HDMI signal to a proprietary format that can be carried up to 300 meters (984 feet) without loss of
signal integrity.
Power supply — Both the transmitter and receiver are powered by a 12 VDC, 1A power supply (provided).
Display Data Channel (DDC) pass-through — ensures that the resolution and refresh rate of the video input signal matches the
capabilities of the display device.
High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) pass-through — ensures that HDCP-compliant outputs are able to display
HDCP-encrypted content.
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HFX 100 Tx and HFX 100 Rx • User Guide
Application Diagram
Extron
HFX 100 Tx
Transmitter
00
X1
HF
Tx
WER
PO
V
12 MAX
A
--
UT
TP
OU
T
PU
IN
Up to 300m ( 984 ft )
on Multimode Fiber
HDMI
Extron
HFX 100 Rx
Receiver
FL
OSE
N/CL
OFF
USB
OPE
I
HDM
00
X1
HF
S
PQL
WER
PO
V
12 MAX
A
--
Rx
T
PU
IN
ON
DBY/
STAN
Blu-ray Player
UT
TP
OU
HDMI
Flat Panel Display
Figure 1.
Typical HFX 100 Application
Product Label
This label is affixed to the bottom of the unit.
DFX/HFX 100 Series
About
Extron Electronics
1025 East Ball Road
Anaheim, CA 92805
Class 1 Laser Product
21.CFR 1040.10
www.extron.com
33-2458-02
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Panels and Cables
Front Panel
Both the transmitter and receiver have identical front panels.
a
a
Extron
Front Panel LED — lights amber if the unit (transmitter or receiver) is
receiving power from the 12 VDC, 1A power supply. The transmitter
LED lights green if the unit is receiving a TMDS clock signal. The
receiver LED lights green if the unit is receiving an optical signal.
NOTE: During initialization, the LED may need a few seconds to
stabilize to the correct state.
HFX 100 Tx and HFX 100 Rx Front Panel
Figure 2.
HFX 100 Tx Rear Panel
a
POWER
POWER
12V
12V
1.0
1.0 A
A MAX
MAX
c
HFX
HFX 100
100 Tx
Tx
Rear Panel
POWER
12V
1.0 A MAX
Power Input
Connect to an
Extron 12 VDC,
1 A power
supply.
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
INPUT
INPUT
The front panel LED lights:
• Amber when receiving
power only
• Green when receiving
power and an active
HDMI signal
3/16"
(5 mm)
Max.
Extron
Front Panel
Ridged, –
b
– Return
+12 VDC input
100-240V
50-60Hz
1A MAX
3 feet (0.91 m) HDMI cable
Figure 3.
a
Ground
all devices.
Smooth, +
HFX 100 Tx Rear Panel
External
Power Supply
(12 VDC, 1 A max.)
Figure 4.
NOTE: Check the polarity
of the power supply
before connecting it
to the unit.
12 VDC, 1A Power Input
12 VDC power input — Connect the provided 12 VDC, 1A power supply to the rear panel captive screw connector (see figure 4).
When power is provided to the unit but there is no HDMI input, the front panel lights amber.
ATTENTION:
•
Always use a power supply provided by or specified by Extron. Use of an unauthorized power supply voids all
regulatory compliance certification and may cause damage to the supply and the end product.
•
Unless otherwise stated, the AC/DC adapters are not suitable for use in air handling spaces or in wall cavities. The
power supply is to be located within the same vicinity as the Extron AV processing equipment in an ordinary location,
Pollution Degree 2, secured to the equipment rack within the dedicated closet, podium, or desk.
•
The installation must always be in accordance with the applicable provisions of National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70,
article 725 and the Canadian Electrical Code part 1, section 16. The power supply shall not be permanently fixed to
building structure or similar structure.
NOTES:
b
•
The length of the exposed wires in the stripping process is critical. The ideal length is 3/16 inch (5 mm). If it is any
longer, the exposed wires may touch, causing a short circuit between them. If it is any shorter, the wires can be easily
pulled out even if tightly fastened by the captive screws.
•
Do not tin the wires. Tinned wire does not hold its shape and can become loose over time.
HDMI input connector — Connect a HDMI output to this male connector.
NOTE: With appropriate DVI-D to HDMI cables or adapters, the unit will accept DVI-D input.
When the transmitter is receiving an HDMI input signal, the front panel LED lights green.
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c
Optical output connector — Connect one end of one multimode fiber optic cable (not provided) into this LC connector. The
other end connects into the LC input connector on the HFX 100 Rx. The cable can be up to 300 meters (984 feet) in length.
CAUTION:
•
Possible damage to eyesight. The HFX 100 Tx outputs continuous laser (Class 1 rated), which may be harmful
and dangerous to the eyes; use with caution. Do not look into the rear panel fiber optic cable connector or into the fiber
optic cable itself. Plug the attached dust cap into the optical transceiver when the fiber optic cable is unplugged.
•
Possible radiation exposure. Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those
specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
HFX 100 Rx Rear Panel
POWER
POWER
12V
12V
-- -- A
A MAX
MAX
a
c
HFX
HFX 100
100 Rx
Rx
a
INPUT
INPUT
See figure 5 and the attention points and the notes on page 3 before
connecting the power supply.
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
b
b
12 VDC power input — Connect the provided 12 VDC power supply to the
back panel captive screw connectors. When power is provided to the unit but
there is no HDMI input, the front panel lights amber.
HDMI output connector — Connect a HDMI display device to this male
connector.
NOTE: With appropriate HDMI to DVI-D cables or adapters, the unit will
output an DVI signal.
3 feet (0.91 m) HDMI cable
HFX 100 Rx Rear Panel
Figure 5.
c
Optical input connector — Connect one end of the multimode fiber optic cable (not provided) into this LC connector. The other
end connects into the LC output connector on the HFX 100 Tx.
CAUTION:
•
Possible damage to eyesight. The HFX 100 Tx outputs continuous laser (Class 1 rated), which may be harmful
and dangerous to the eyes; use with caution. Do not look into the rear panel fiber optic cable connector or into the fiber
optic cable itself. Plug the attached dust cap into the optical transceiver when the fiber optic cable is unplugged.
•
Possible radiation exposure. Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those
specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
When the HFX 100 Rx is receiving optical input, the front panel LED lights green.
Installation
To install the HFX 100 extender, follow these instructions:
1.
Mount the HFX 100 Tx and HFX 100 Rx in suitable locations (see page 5).
2.
Connect the provided power supply to the HFX 100 Tx (see page 3). The front panel LED lights amber.
3.
Connect the provided power supply to the HFX 100 Rx. The front panel LED lights amber.
4.
Connect the transmitter and receiver using a multimode fiber optic cable.
5.
Connect the HDMI display device to the HFX 100 Rx. Do not power on the display at this time.
6.
Connect the HDMI source device to the HFX 100 Tx (see page 3). Do not power on the source at this time.
7.
Power on the display device.
8.
Power on the source device.
NOTE: The display device must be powered on before the source device to allow correct DDC communication between the
display and the source while the source device is booting up.
When the HFX 100 Tx is receiving HDMI input, the front panel lights green.
When the HFX 100 Rx is receiving an optical input, the front panel lights green.
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Mounting
Desktop Placement
Attach the four provided rubber feet to the bottom of the HFX 100 transmitter or receiver and place it in any convenient location.
Rack Mounting
UL guidelines for rack mounting
The following Underwriters Laboratories (UL) guidelines are relevant to the safe installation of these products in a rack:
Elevated operating ambient temperature — If the units are installed in a closed or multi-unit rack assembly, the operating
ambient temperature of the rack environment may be greater than room ambient temperature. Therefore, install the equipment in an
environment compatible with the maximum ambient temperature (Tma: +122 °F, +50 °C) specified by Extron.
Reduced air flow — Install the equipment in the rack so that the equipment gets adequate air flow for safe operation.
Mechanical loading — Mount the equipment in the rack so that uneven mechanical loading does not create a hazardous condition.
Circuit overloading — Connect the equipment to the supply circuit and consider the effect that circuit overloading might have on
overcurrent protection and supply wiring. Consider the equipment nameplate ratings when addressing this concern.
Reliable earthing (grounding) — Maintain reliable grounding of rack-mounted equipment. Pay particular attention to supply
connections other than direct connections to the branch circuit (such as the use of power strips).
Rack mounting procedure
To mount the unit on a rack shelf, follow the instructions provided with the shelf accessories.
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