Tel: 1-888-685-2002 (toll-free, USA)
1-732-355-9100
Fax: 1-732-355-9101
E-mail: sales@infinova.com
Digital eight video channels with two DIP selectable data and Ethernet signal
51 Stouts Lane, Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852, U.S.A.
FIBER OPTIC TRANSMISSION SYSTEM
N375 & N355 SERIES
Digital )RXU Video Channels with 7ZR',36HOHFWDEOH'DWDDQG(WKHUQHW6LJQDO
User Manual
V2.7 1303
Infinova
Contents
SERVICE NOTICE .................................................................................................................1
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION....................................................................................................2
ORDERING INFORMATION ................................................................................................3
INSTALLATION.....................................................................................................................4
POWER SUPPLY....................................................................................................................5
PANEL DESCRIPTION ..........................................................................................................6
N3754T/R-1D1B & N3554T/R-1D1B...............................................................................6
N3754T/R-2D & N3554T/R-2D........................................................................................7
N3754T/R-2B & N3554T/R-2B ........................................................................................8
N3754T/R-1D1B-IP & N3554T/R-1D1B-IP .....................................................................9
N3754T/R-2D-IP & N3554T/R-2D-IP ............................................................................10
N3754T/R-2B-IP & N3554T/R-2B-IP.............................................................................11
DIP SWITCH SETTINGS.....................................................................................................12
TYPICAL SYSTEM CONFIGURATION.............................................................................14
Four video channels with one RS232 and one DIP selectable data..................................14
Four video channels with two DIP selectable data...........................................................15
Four video channels with two RS232 data.......................................................................16
Four video channels with one RS232, one DIP selectable data and one Ethernet signal .17
DAISY CHAIN .....................................................................................................................18
SURGE PROTECTION ........................................................................................................19
TRANSMISSION REPEATER .............................................................................................20
CONTACT CLOSURE SIGNAL ..........................................................................................21
CODE DISTRIBUTOR .........................................................................................................22
CABLE DIAMETER CALCULATION AND LIGHTNING & SURGE PROTECTION ....23
SERVICE NOTICE
The installation of this product should be made by qualified personnel. Do not attempt to
service this product yourself. Refer all servicing to qualified personnel.
If you require information during installation of this product or if service seems necessary,
contact the local suppliers or Infinova at 1-732-355-9100 in 51 Stouts Lane, Monmouth
Junction, NJ 08852 U.S.A. You must obtain a Return Authorization Number and shipping
instructions before returning any product for service.
Our obligation under this warranty is limited only to the repair or replacement of any of our
products, provided that products are used within the specified ratings and applications, and
that products are applied in accordance with good engineering practices, and that products
are proved by our examination to be defective.
This warranty does not extend to any Infinova products which have been subject to acts of
accident, misuse, abuse, neglect, improper application or installation, improper operation or
maintenance, connection to an improper voltage supply or to materials which have been
altered or repaired outside an authorized Infinova factory repair center.
Information provided by Infinova is accurate and reliable. However, no responsibility is
assumed by Infinova for its use; nor for any infringements of other rights of third parties
which may result from its use. No license is granted by implications or otherwise under any
patent or patent rights of Infinova.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO
RAIN OR MOISTURE.
DO NOT LOOK INTO OPTICAL PORTS WITH POWER ON.
1
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Description
The N3754 and N3554 series provide high quality reliable transmission of four digitally
encoded composite video channels with one RS232 & one DIP selectable data or two DIP
selectable data and Ethernet signal over one optical fiber. The modules are compatible with
PAL, SECAM, and NTSC video signal. Data interface supports RS232, RS422, Manchester,
Biphase, 2-wire RS485 and 4-wire RS485. Plug-and-play design ensures ease of installation
requiring no electrical or optical adjustments. Each transmitter or receiver incorporates
status indicators for monitoring of proper system operation. The modules are available in
either stand-alone module, or card unit versions.
Stand-alone module
Card unit
Card unit (with IP)
Card unit (with IP)
The N3754 series are compatible with 9/125 micron single-mode fibers.
The N3554 series are compatible with 50/125 or 62.5/125 micron multimode fibers.
Camera end transmitter N3754T is compatible with monitor end receiver N3754R.
Camera end transmitter N3554T is compatible with monitor end receiver N3554R
Related product (optional)
N3910-000
19" 1U fan assembly unit
N3932
Lightning surge protection card for one video and one data
N3951
Fiber optical transmission repeater
N3952
8-channel contact closure signals collector
N3954
Control code distributor
System Diagram
2
ORDERING INFORMATION
Use the configuration chart below to select the options available for this product.
N3754MTA-1D1B-IP-M
Network Manage
Fiber Type
Product Type Distance
35 Multimode M with management T Transmitter A 25km
37 Singlemode Null w/o management R Receiver B 50km
C 75km
Ethernet Function
Enclosure
IP with Ethernet
M standalone module
Null w/o Ethernet
R card unit
Data format
2B
Two RS232
2D
Two DIP selectable data
1D1B One RS232 and one DIP
selectable data
Notes:
1. The transmission distance category is valid for single-mode product only. For all
multi-mode products, there are only TA and RA models, and the transmission distance
is 2km. For single-mode products, if the transmission distance is within 15km, the
letter standing for distance shall be omitted, e.g. N3754T/R-1D1B-IP.
2. The product with “-IP” model number indicates it has Ethernet function.
3
INSTALLATION
Installation of video and data interface
To install the apparatus, it is necessary to allow enough space to accommodate the bend
radius of the optical cable connected to it. The transceiver requires as short as practical four
BNC terminated coaxial cables to input/output the video signals. Data input/output uses an
9-pin terminal block connector.
Installation of card unit
To install in the chassis, orient the card with the Infinova logo at the top of the module and
slide onto the top and bottom card guides in the chassis. Press securely on the top and
bottom of the module to ensure that it is fully seated in the chassis so that the electrical
connector mates with the chassis-mounted motherboard. Once installed, manually tighten
the two thumbscrews located at the top and bottom of the card. Do not use tools to secure
these and do not over tighten.
Full load of N3910-18S
There are 18 slots on N3910-18S, so 9 N3754/N3554 card units can be inserted into
N3910-18S. Besides N3910-18S, there are N3910-2S, N3910-3S, N3910-4S, N3910-6W
and N3910-15R optional. There are 2 slot on N3910-2S, 3 slots on N3910-3S, 4 slots on
N3910-4S, 6 slots on N3910-6W and 15 slots on N3910-15R respectively.
WARNING:
A FULL LOAD OF N3910-15R AND N3910-18S REQUIRES FORCED AIR COOLING IN
THE RACK. TO AVOID OVER HEATING OF CARD UNITS, WHENEVER POSSIBLE,
INSTALL IN EVERY OTHER SUBRACK.
Forced air cooling
4
POWER SUPPLY
Power supply for card unit
The N3754/N3554 card unit is powered by a plug-in power supply that is provided with the
appropriate desk chassis or EIA 19" rack.
Power supply for stand-alone module
The N3754/N3554 card unit can be converted into a standalone module when installing into a
2-slot chassis N3910-2S that is powered by a plug-in 24VAC@830mA (N3921-24A-1 for
110V; N3921-24A-2 for 220V) power supply. Plug the wires into the connector; fasten the
screws to make a firm connection.
N3921 power supply
Connection diagram
Note:
When the series is powered together with other devices (cameras and etc.) by a single
24VAC power supply, please make sure that the related device has a full-wave (bridge)
rectifier circuit.
5
PANEL DESCRIPTION
N3754T/R-1D1B & N3554T/R-1D1B
PWR
PWR
Power on indicator (red)
OP
Optical link loss indicator (red)
Optical port, FC or ST
Chassis GND
Earthing for surge protection
CH1
Video present indicator (green)
Video input/output, 75ohm, 1Vp-p
CH2
9-pin terminal block connector
RS232 data interface, CH 1
1#: Out
2#: GND
3#: In
4#: GND
5#: GND
1
CH3
{
2
Data output indicator (green)
3
4
Data input indicator (green)
5
DIP selectable RS422/
RS485 data interface, CH 2
See table 1 for detailed pin
definition
{
6
7
CH4
Data active indicator (green)
8
9
Figure 1. N3754T/R-1D1B & N3554T/R-1D1B
6
Data active indicator (green)
PANEL DESCRIPTION
N3754T/R-2D & N3554T/R-2D
Figure 2. N3754T/R-2D & N3554T/R-2D
7
PANEL DESCRIPTION
N3754T/R-2B & N3554T/R-2B
PWR
PWR
Power on indicator (red)
OP
Optical link loss indicator (red)
Optical port, FC or ST
Chassis GND
Earthing for surge protection
CH1
Video present indicator (green)
Video input/output, 75ohm, 1Vp-p
CH2
9-pin terminal block connector
RS232 data interface, CH 1
1#: Out
2#: GND
3#: In
4#: GND
5#: GND
1
CH3
{
Data output indicator (green)
2
3
Data input indicator (green)
4
5
RS232 data interface, CH 2
6#: Out
2#: GND
8#: In
9#: GND
{
6
Data output indicator (green)
7
CH4
8
9
Figure 3. N3754T/R-2B & N3554T/R-2B
8
Data input indicator (green)
PANEL DESCRIPTION
N3754T/R-1D1B-IP & N3554T/R-1D1B-IP
Figure 4. N3754T/R-1D1B-IP & N3554T/R-1D1B-IP
9
PANEL DESCRIPTION
N3754T/R-2D-IP & N3554T/R-2D-IP
PWR
NET
PWR
Power on indicator (red)
OP
Optical port, FC or ST
Optical link loss indicator (red)
Ethernet port
Chassis GND
Earthing for surge protection
1
CH1
Video present indicator (green)
2
3
Video input/output, 75ohm, 1Vp-p
4
5
6
CH2
7
8
20-pin terminal block connector
9
DIP selectable RS422/
RS485 data interface, CH 1
See table 1 for detailed DIP
settings
10
11
{
{
12
CH3
13
Data active indicator (green)
Data active indicator (green)
14
15
DIP selectable RS422/
RS485 data interface, CH 2
See table 1 for detailed DIP
settings
16
17
CH4
Data active indicator (green)
18
19
20
Figure 5. N3754T/R-2D-IP & N3554T/R-2D-IP
10
Data active indicator (green)
PANEL DESCRIPTION
N3754T/R-2B-IP & N3554T/R-2B-IP
PWR
NET
PWR
Power on indicator (red)
OP
Optical port, FC or ST
Optical link loss indicator (red)
Ethernet port
Chassis GND
Earthing for surge protection
1
CH1
Video present indicator (green)
2
3
Video input/output, 75ohm, 1Vp-p
4
5
6
CH2
7
8
20-pin terminal block connector
9
RS232 data interface, CH 1
11#: Out
12#: GND
13#: In
14#: GND
15#: GND
10
11
{
{
12
CH3
13
Data output indicator (green)
Data input indicator (green)
14
15
RS232 data interface, CH 2
16#: Out
17#: GND
18#: In
19#: GND
20#: GND
16
17
CH4
Data output indicator (green)
18
19
20
Figure 6. N3754T/R-2B-IP & N3554T/R-2B-IP
11
Data input indicator (green)
DIP SWITCH SETTINGS
Location of DIP switches
For 1D1B sub-series, the DIP switches, SW2, are located on the board as shown in figure 7.
SW2-3 and SW2-4 set the data format for CH2 (D) data channel. SW2-1 and SW2-2 are
factory default setting, please leave them as they were.
For 2D sub-series, the one DIP switches, SW2, are located on the board, see figure 7.
SW1-1 and SW1-2 set the data format for CH1 data channel; SW1-3 and SW1-4 set the
data format for CH2 data channel.
For 2B sub-series, the DIP switches are factory default setting. Please leave them as they were.
Figure 7. Location of on-board DIP switch
Termination resistor
A multipoint bus architecture requires termination at both ends of the bus line to restrain
signal reflection. The termination resistors must be within 20 percent of the characteristic
impedance of the cable and can vary from 90Ω to 120Ω.
For 1D1B sub-series, jumper JP8 is used to connect/disconnect 120Ω termination resistor.
Attach JP8 to connect a 120Ω termination for CH2, they are identical on both transmitter
and receiver for specified data format. See table 1 below for more details.
For 2D sub-series, there are 2 jumpers, JP6, JP8 on board for setting line termination for
their related data channel. Attach JP6, JP8 to connect a 120Ω termination for CH1, CH2 data
channel respectively. Otherwise, detach JP6, JP8 to disconnect 120Ω termination resistor.
See figure 7 for the specific position of JP6 and JP8
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Setting data format
Please refer to Table 1 for detailed switch settings and pin definitions for each channel.
Table 1. DIP SWITCH SETTING REFERENCE
Note:
1. In table 1, pin 1 represents the pin with MINIMUM number of each data channel; pin
5 represents the pin with MAXIMUM number of each data channel. For products
without IP function, users only need to refer to the definition of Pin 1 to Pin 4.
2. In table 1, DIP-1 and DIP-2 represent the DIP with SMALLER number and the DIP
with LARGER number of the two configuring DIPs respectively.
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TYPICAL SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Four video channels with one RS232 and one DIP selectable data
N3754T
PWR
N3754R
PWR
PWR
Fiber
OP
PWR
Monitor 1
OP
Monitor 2
Earthing
Earthing
CH1
CH1
Monitor 3
Dome 1
CH2
CH2
Monitor 4
Dome 2
1
●
2
CH3
3
4
5
6
Dome 3
7
CH4
8
9
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Out
In
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
1
●
2
CH3
3
4
GND
5
6
iMac
7
CH4
8
9
Out
In
GND
4
∥
iMac
‖
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
4
Dome 4
Keyboard
4
∥
Figure 8. Four video channels with one RS232 and one DIP selectable data
Note:
1. Please refer to relevant panel description for RS232 pin definition.
2. Please refer to table 1 (Page 13) for detailed DIP settings and pin definitions.
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TYPICAL SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Four video channels with two DIP selectable data
N3754T
PWR
N3754R
PWR
PWR
OP
PWR
OP
Fiber
Earthing
Earthing
CH1
CH1
●
Dome 1
Monitor 1
CH2
Dome 2
1
CH3
2
3
4
●
●
●
●
CH2
●
1
4
∥ CH1
Monitor 2
2
CH3
●
4
5
5
Dome 3
6
7
CH4
8
9
3
6
●
●
●
●
7
Monitor 3
CH4
8
●
9
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
4
∥ CH1
4
∥
Keyboard
Dome 4
Monitor 4
4
∥
Figure 9. Four video channels with two DIP selectable data
Note:
1 .The date selectable for each channel is RS422,Manchester/Biphase or RS485. Please
refer to Table 1 (Page 13) for detailed data format settings and pin definitions.
2. Please refer to termination resistor (Page 12) for detailed settings of termination
resistor.
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TYPICAL SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Four video channels with two RS232 data
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
iMac
iMac
Figure 10. Four video channels with two RS232 data
Note:
Please refer to relevant panel description (2B) for RS232 pin definition of each channel.
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TYPICAL SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Four video channels with one RS232, one DIP selectable data and one Ethernet signal
N3754T
PWR
NET
N3754R
PWR
PWR
OP
NET
PWR
OP
Fiber
Earthing
CH1
Monitor 1
Earthing
1
CH1
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
Dome 1
6
6
CH2
7
CH2
10
Out
11
12
CH3
13
14
In
GND
9
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
10
11
12
CH3
13
14
15
15
Monitor 2
1
Out 6
2
7
In 3
8
4
9
5
GND
16
16
17
17
18
CH4
7
8
8
9
Dome 2
1
2
iMac
CH4
18
iMac
19
20
20
‖
19
4
Keyboard
4
∥
Figure 11. Four video channels with one RS232, one DIP selectable data and one Ethernet signal
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DAISY CHAIN
We can use daisy chain connection to simplify the wiring and controlling of remote domes.
The control signal is connected to all of the receivers, and transmitted to all of the
transmitters through fiber optic respectively. In the remote site, the specified dome will act
as the control signal instructs. The number of video receiver daisy-chained depends on the
driving capability of code source.
System Diagram
Figure 12. Daisy chain diagram
Note:
There should be a 120Ω termination resistor on the final receiver for restraining signal
reflection. Please pay attention to it.
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SURGE PROTECTION
Surge protection circuits are implemented to protect Infinova’s products against transient
surge and over voltage. Over voltage can be caused by AC power or lightning flash
disturbances that are induced or conducted onto the data line. It’s important that good
earthing or grounding be applied to ensure the proper function of surge protection circuit.
For reinforced protection, N3932 is strongly recommended to protect your investment.
‖
Typical application connection
Figure 13. Lightning surge protection
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TRANSMISSION REPEATER
The N3951 series is used between transmitter and receiver to extend the transmission
distance of fiber optical system. It magnifies the optical signal received from transmitter,
and sends it to receiver. By using a N3951, the transmission distance of the system is
doubled.
‖
Typical application connection
Figure 14. Transmission repeater
20
CONTACT CLOSURE SIGNAL
The N3952 series is a contact closure signals collector. This series can convert the 8 channel
input contact closure signals to one RS232/RS422/RS485 data, and convert input
RS232/RS422/RS485 data to 8 channel contact closure signals. It can transmit the contact
closure signals over a long distance when connecting with fiber optical transmission system.
The number of contact closure channels is default setting, so is the data format.
‖
‖
Typical connection
Figure 15. Contact closure signal connection
21
CODE DISTRIBUTOR
The N3954 is a code distributor designed for star connection where the code source is too far
away from the video receiver and overload or reflection occurs.
Figure 16. Code distributor diagram
22
CABLE DIAMETER CALCULATION AND LIGHTNING & SURGE PROTECTION
Relation between 24VAC Cable Diameter and Transmission Distance
In general, the maximum allowable voltage loss rate is 10% for AC-powered devices. The
table below shows the relationship between transmission power and maximum transmission
distance under a certain specified cable diameter, on condition that the 24VAC voltage loss
rate is below 10%. According to the table, if a device rated at 50W is installed 17-meter
away from the transformer, the minimum cable diameter shall be 0.8000mm. A lower
diameter value tends to cause voltage loss and even system instability.
Diameter (mm)
0.8000
1.000
1.250
2.000
10
283 (86)
451 (137)
716 (218)
1811 (551)
20
141 (42)
225 (68)
358 (109)
905 (275)
30
94 (28)
150 (45)
238 (72)
603 (183)
40
70 (21)
112 (34)
179 (54)
452 (137)
50
56 (17)
90 (27)
143 (43)
362 (110)
60
47 (14)
75 (22)
119 (36)
301 (91)
70
40 (12)
64 (19)
102 (31)
258 (78)
80
35 (10)
56 (17)
89 (27)
226 (68)
90
31 (9)
50 (15)
79 (24)
201 (61)
100
28 (8)
45 (13)
71 (21)
181 (55)
110
25 (7)
41 (12)
65 (19)
164 (49)
120
23 (7)
37 (11)
59 (17)
150 (45)
130
21 (6)
34 (10)
55 (16)
139 (42)
140
20 (6)
32 (9)
51 (15)
129 (39)
150
18 (5)
30 (9)
47 (14)
120 (36)
160
17 (5)
28 (8)
44 (13)
113 (34)
170
16 (4)
26 (7)
42 (12)
106 (32)
180
15 (4)
25 (7)
39 (11)
100 (30)
190
14 (4)
23 (7)
37 (11)
95 (28)
200
14 (4)
22 (6)
35 (10)
90 (27)
Distance (ft / m)
Power (W)
23
Lightning & Surge Protection
The product adopts multi-level anti-lightning and anti-surge technology integrated with gas
discharge tube, power resistor and TVS tube. The powerful lightning and surge protection
barrier effectively avoids product damage caused by various pulse signals with power below
4kV, including instantaneous lightning, surge and static. However, for complicated outdoor
environment, refer to instruction below for lightning and surge protection:
 The product features with dedicated earth wire, which must be firmly grounded. As for
surveillance sites beyond the effective protection scope, it’s necessary to erect
independent lightening rods to protect the security devices. It’s recommended to separate
the lightning rod from the mounting pole, placing the rod on an independent pole, as
shown in the figure below. If the product has to be installed on the same pole or pedestal
for lightning rod, there should be strict insulation between the video cable BNC terminal,
power cable, control cable and the standing pole of the lightning rod.
 For suburb and rural areas, it’s recommended to adopt direct burial for the transmission
cables. Overhead wiring is prohibited, because it’s more likely to encounter lightning
strike. Use shielded cables or thread the cables through metal tubes for burial, thus to
ensure the electric connection to the metal tube. In case it’s difficult to thread the cable
through the tube all the way, it’s acceptable to use tube-threaded cables only at both ends
of the transmission line, yet the length in burial should be no less than 15 meters. The
cable sheath and the tube should be connected to the lightning -proof grounding device.
 Additional high-power lightning-proof equipment and lightning rods should be installed
for strong thunderstorm or high induced voltage areas (such as high-voltage substation).
 The lightning protection and grounding for outdoor devices and wires should be designed
in line with the actual protection requirement, national standards and industrial standards.
 The system should perform equipotential grounding by streaming, shielding, clamping
and earthing. The grounding device must meet anti-interference and electric safety
requirements. There should be no short-circuiting or hybrid junction between the device
and the strong grid. Make sure there’s a reliable grounding system, with grounding
resistance below 4Ω (below 10Ω for high soil resistivity regions). The cross-sectional area
of the earthing conductor should be no less than 25mm².
LPZOA
30°
30°
Lightning rod
LPZOB
Front device for
surveillance system
Mounting pole
for front device
Separated layout for the lightning
rod and the standing pole
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FIBER OPTIC TRANSMISSION SYSTEM
51 Stouts Lane, Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852, U.S.A.
Tel: 1-888-685-2002 (toll-free, USA)
1-732-355-9100
Fax: 1-732-355-9101
N3729 SERIES
Digital One Video Channel with Return Data
E-mail: sales@infinova.com
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