Extron electronics 14400 Setup guide

Extron electronics 14400 Setup guide
Setup Guide
Fiber Optic Matrix Switchers
FOX Matrix 320x
FOX Matrix 14400
Modular Fiber Optic Matrix Switchers
68-1539-51 Rev. A
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Conventions Used in this Guide
Notifications
Contents
The following are used:
WARNING:
Potential risk of severe injury or death.
AVERTISSEMENT: Risque potentiel de blessure grave ou de mort.
ATTENTION:
• Risk of property damage.
• Risque de dommages matériels.
NOTE:
A note draws attention to important information.
Software Commands
Commands are written in the fonts shown here:
^AR Merge Scene,,Op1 scene 1,1 ^B 51 ^W^C
[01] R 0004 00300 00400 00800 00600 [02] 35 [17] [03]
E X! *X$* Y3%* Y3&* Y3^ CE}
NOTE: For commands and examples of computer or device
responses mentioned in this guide, the character “0” is used for
the number zero and “O” is the capital letter “o.”
Computer responses and directory paths that do not have variables are
written in the font shown here:
Introduction.................................. 1
Remote Control........................... 13
About this Guide............................ 1
About the FOX Matrix Switchers.... 2
Configurability and
Transmission Modes................. 3
Selected SIS Commands............. 13
Command and Response
Table for SIS Commands........ 14
Matrix Switchers Control
Program...................................... 16
Installing the Program.............. 16
LAN Port Connection............... 17
Starting the Program................ 17
Built-in HTML Pages.................... 19
Configuring for Network
Communication....................... 19
Loading the Start-up Page....... 20
Installation.................................... 5
Rear Panel...................................... 5
A Note on I/O Boards................. 5
Making Connections.................. 8
Front Panel................................... 10
Maintenance and Modifications..... 23
Removing and Installing
an I/O Board or Blank Panel....... 23
Removing and Installing
a Power Supply Module............. 25
Removing and Installing a Fan..... 26
Reply from 208.132.180.48: bytes=32 times=2ms TTL=32
C:\Program Files\Extron
Variables are written in slanted form as shown here:
ping xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx —t
SOH R Data STX Command ETB ETX
Selectable items, such as menu names, menu options, buttons, tabs,
and field names are written in the font shown here:
From the File menu, select New.
Click the OK button.
Specifications Availability
Product specifications are available on the Extron website,
www.extron.com.
FOX Matrix 320x and FOX Matrix 14400 • Contents
v
Introduction
WARNING:
The fiber optic I/O boards of the FOX matrix switchers
output continuous invisible light, which may be harmful to the eyes;
use with caution.
Do not look into the fiber optic cable connectors or into the fiber
optic cables themselves.
Plug the attached dust caps into the optical transceivers when the
fiber cable is unplugged.
AVERTISSEMENT : L'appareil émet une lumière invisible en continu,
à utiliser avec precaution.
Ne regardez pas dans les connecteurs de câble fibre optique sur
le panneau arrière ou dans les câbles fibre optique eux-mêmes.
Branchez les protections contre la poussière dans l'ensemble
émetteur/récepteur lorsque le câble fibre optique est débranché.
This section provides an overview of the Extron FOX Matrix 320x and
FOX Matrix 14400 and describes their features. Topics that are covered
include:
•• About this Guide
•• About the FOX Matrix Switchers
About this Guide
NOTE: For more information on any subject in this guide, see the
FOX Matrix 320x and FOX Matrix 14400 Series User Guide, available
at www.extron.com.
This setup guide helps you to easily and quickly set up and configure
your FOX Matrix 320x and FOX Matrix 14400 switcher. Step by step
instructions show you how to:
•• Install the input and output boards
•• Connect the hardware
•• Use selected Simple Instruction Set (SIS) commands to perform
basic operations
•• Load and start the Matrix Switchers Control Program
•• Connect to the built-in HTML pages, which you can use to operate
the switcher
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FOX Matrix 320x and FOX Matrix 14400 • Contents
FOX Matrix 320x and FOX Matrix 14400 • Introduction
1
About the FOX Matrix Switchers
NOTES:
The FOX matrix switchers (see figure 1 for a FOX Matrix 14400 example)
are configurable matrix switchers that distributes optical signals. Fiber
optic I/O boards route signals that are compatible with all Extron
FOX 500, FOXBOX, FOX, FOX 2G, and FOX HD-SDI fiber optic product
lines. 3G/HD-SDI/SDI/ I/O boards route 3G, high definition serial digital
interface (HD-SDI), and serial digital interface (SDI) signals. The matrix
switcher routes any input signal to any combination of outputs. An
optical input can be tied to optical outputs, 3G/HD-SDI SDI outputs,
or both and an 3G/HD-SDI SDI input can be tied to 3G/HD-SDI/SDI
outputs, optical outputs, or both. The matrix switcher can route multiple
input/output configurations simultaneously.
FOX 500 DVI
Receiver
FOX 500 DVI
Transmitter
Multimode
REMOTE
RS-232 ALARM
Tx Rx
OPTICAL
1 2*
1
1 - 16
FOX 500
Transmitter
FAN ASSIMBLY
Multimode
H/HV
L
V
R
RGB
REMOTE
RS-232 ALARM
Tx Rx
OPTICAL
1 2*
1
OPTIONAL FOR
* RETURN
DATA
2
65 - 80
FOX 500
Transmitter
V
B
L
RGB
R
97 - 112
REMOTE
RS-232 ALARM
Tx Rx
OPTICAL
1 2*
NA
AUDIO INPUTS
OR
1
2
Tx Rx
L
OUT
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
C
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
B
IN
OUT
D
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
C
IN
OUT
E
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
D
IN
OUT
F
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
E
IN
OUT
G
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
F
IN
OUT
H
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
G
IN
OUT
I
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
H
IN
OUT
J
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
I
IN
OUT
K
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
J
IN
OUT
L
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
K
IN
OUT
M
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
L
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
O
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
N
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
A
OUT
M
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
A
OUT
A
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
B
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
C
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
E
IN
OUT
D
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
E
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
F
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
G
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
H
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
I
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
J
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
K
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
L
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
N
IN
OUT
M
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
100-240V 0.3A
50/60 Hz
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
O
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OPTIONAL FOR
* RETURN
DATA
IN
PRIMARY POWER SUPPLY
REMOTE
LAN
ACT LINK
1
2
OPTIONAL FOR
* RETURN
DATA
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
3G P BNC
IN
3G P BNC
P
O
P
FOX 3G HD-SDI
Transceiver
Singlemode
OPTICAL
1
1 2
Tx
Rx
2
BUFFERED OUTPUTS
SWITCH REFERENCE
RESET
BI-LEVEL
The switcher has two (FOX Matrix 14400) or four (FOX Matrix 320x)
internal, hot-swappable 100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50-60 Hz, 400-watt power
supplies that provide worldwide power compatibility and reliability.
Configurability and Transmission Modes
The FOX matrix switchers are assembled from individual input/output
(I/O) boards. The switcher can include up to 9 (FOX Matrix 14400) or 20
(FOX Matrix 320x) I/O boards, each of which supports 16 inputs by 16
outputs. The four types of I/O boards are:
•• Singlemode fiber optic 16x16 I/O board
•• Multimode fiber optic 16x16 I/O board
•• Singlemode pathological fiber optic 16x16 I/O board. This board
addresse the compatibility issues of passing pathological signals
generated from 3G HD-SDI, HD-SDI, and SDI signals over fiber optic
systems
FOX HDSDI
MODE
HD/SDI IN
RS232/RS422
OPTICAL
2* 1
NA
REMOTE
RS-232 ALARM
IN
P
POWER
12V
0.3A MAX
DISCONNECT BOTH POWER
CORDS BEFORE SERVICING
R
Tx Rx
P
O
N
FOX 500 DVI Rx
RS-232
OVER FIBER
L
IN
P
O
N
M
IN
AUDIO OUTPUTS
DVI - D OUTPUT
P
O
N
M
L
OUT
IN
N
M
L
O
N
M
L
K
K
M
L
K
J
J
L
K
J
I
I
K
J
I
H
H
J
I
H
G
G
I
H
G
F
F
H
G
F
E
D
G
F
E
D
C
IN
E
D
C
F
E
D
C
B
B
D
C
B
A
OUT
IN
B
A
H
C
OPTIONAL FOR
* RETURN
DATA
2
Singlemode
IN
P
Tx Rx
B
1
FOX 500 DVI
Receiver
IN
P
IN
IN
O
OPTICAL
2* 1
NA
REMOTE
RS-232 ALARM
Tx Rx
N
IN
IN
M
R
• The FOX transmitter-to-receiver communications, including the
serial link, occupy one matrix switcher input and output. This
matrix switcher can also support the FOX return (receiver-totransmitter) serial communications, but returning this signal
stream to the transmitter occupies a separate matrix switcher
input and output.
FOX 500 DVI Rx
RS-232
OVER FIBER
AUDIO OUTPUTS
DVI - D OUTPUT
129 - 144
G
LINK
Tx Rx
R
H/HV
FOX 500 Tx
IN
B
IN
IN
A
OUT
113 - 128
RS-232
OVER FIBER
INPUT LOOP THRU
LINK
RGB INPUT
OUT
A
OUT
S
OUT
FAN ASSIMBLY
Singlemode
100-240V 0.3A
50/60 Hz
IN
A
17 - 32
AUDIO INPUTS
33 - 48
B
OR
OUT
81 - 96
G
FOX 500 Tx
NA
49 - 64
Tx Rx
R
M
OUT
RS-232
OVER FIBER
INPUT LOOP THRU
LINK
RGB INPUT
LINK
100-240V 0.3A
50/60 Hz
100-240V 0.3A
50/60 Hz
Modular Fiber Optic
Matrix Switcher
OPTIONAL FOR
* RETURN
DATA
2
LINK
R
LINK
L
FOX Matrix 14400
FOX 500 DVI Tx
NA
AUDIO INPUTS
LINK
Tx Rx
LOOP - THRU
LINK
RS-232
OVER FIBER
DDC
RESOL
DVI - D INPUT
LINK
100-240V 0.3A
50/60 Hz
LINK
Multimode
• Compatible optical signals are digital signals from 270 Mbs
through 4.25 Gbps that are sent and received via fiber optic
small form factor pluggable (SFP) modules.
TRI-LEVEL
REDUNDANT POWER SUPPLY
REDUNDANT
100-240V
50/60Hz
1.2A MAX.
•• 3G HD-SDI, HD-SDI, and SDI 16x16 I/O board
PRIMARY
100-240V
50/60Hz
1.2A MAX.
H
ANAHEIM, CA
M
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BetaCam
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Figure 1.
Multimode
I/O Board
Multimode
Singlemode
I/O Board
Singlemode
SDI/HD-SDI
I/O Board
SDI/HD-SDI
NO
ITA
CIN
U
xT MMO
C
NO
ITA
CIN
U
xT MMO
C
Typical FOX Matrix 14400 application
NOTE: In figure 1, the FOX 3G HD-SDI is set to bidirectional
transceiver mode.
The Extron proprietary fiber optic signal, generated by Extron fiber
optic transmitters, can include video, stereo audio, and transmitterto-receiver RS-232 serial communications. The video component of
the signal can be RGB video, Digital Visual Interface (DVI) video, HDMI
video, 3G/HD-SDI/SDI video, or low resolution video, depending on the
transmitter and receiver.
The matrix switcher can be remotely controlled via its Ethernet LAN port
or either of two serial ports, one on the rear panel and one on the front
panel, using either the Windows-based Extron Matrix Switchers Control
Program or the SIS.
2
FOX Matrix 320x and FOX Matrix 14400 • Introduction
NOTE: As listed above, three versions of the fiber optic I/O boards
are documented in this manual. They are categorized by the type
of fiber optic cable, multimode or singlemode, which defines the
effective range of transmission:
• Singlemode — Very long distance, up to 30 km (18.75 miles)
• Multimode — Long distance, up to 300 m (984 feet)
By adding or removing I/O boards, you can expand and contract the FOX
Matrix Switchers from an 16-input by 16-output matrix to up to either:
•• FOX Matrix 14400 — A 144-input by 144-output matrix
•• FOX Matrix 320x — A 320-input by 320-output matrix
NOTE: On a fiber optic I/O board as delivered from Extron, all
transceiver modules are configured the same: either all multimode
or all singlemode. You can mix multimode and singlemode fiber
optic I/O boards in a FOX matrix switcher, but you must ensure
that you connect the proper transmission mode fiber cables to the
board.
FOX Matrix 320x and FOX Matrix 14400 • Introduction
3
Installation
This section describes installation of the FOX matrix switchers, including
connections and features. Topics that are covered include:
•• Rear Panel
•• Front Panel
Rear Panel
A Note on I/O Boards
As shown in figure 2, each I/O board is identified by the input and output
numbers supported by the board position.
Input
Input
Output 3
Output 5
Input 5
Input 3
Input
4
2
6
Output
Output
Output
2
4
6
Input
Output 1
1
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
1 - 16
IN
A
FAN ASSEMBLY
49 - 64
33 - 48
17 - 32
OUT
B
IN
OUT
A
C
IN
OUT
B
D
IN
OUT
C
E
IN
OUT
D
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
E
IN
OUT
Slot 2
Inputs 17-32
Outputs 17-32
Output Output Output Output Output Output
17
18
19
20
21
22
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
22
17
19
20
21
18
OUT
Slot 1
Inputs 1-16
Outputs 1-16
F
IN
IN
IN
A
A
Slot 3
No board
installed
Slot 4
Inputs 49-64
Outputs 49-64
B
Output Output Output Output Output
50
49
51
52
53
Input
Input
Input
Input
49
50
51
52
Figure 2.
Arrangement of Inputs and Outputs on the I/O Boards
The board position designators correspond to the input and output
numbers served by that position (1 - 16, 17 - 32, and so on).
The location designators, A through P, correspond to the transceiver
modules, numbered from left to right, each of which includes an input
and an output.
See figure 2. The input and output numbers supported by the I/O board in
location 17 - 32 are as follows: A = 17, B = 18, C = 19, D = 20, and so on.
ATTENTION:
• Turn off power to the input and output devices, and disconnect
their power cords before making connections.
• Débranchez le produit et les autres appareils.
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OUT
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
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IN
OUT
IN
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IN
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IN
OUT
IN
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IN
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IN
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IN
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C
IN
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D
IN
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IN
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IN
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E
IN
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IN
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IN
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F
IN
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IN
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IN
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IN
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G
IN
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IN
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IN
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IN
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H
IN
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IN
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IN
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IN
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I
IN
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IN
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IN
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IN
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IN
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IN
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J
IN
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IN
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IN
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IN
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IN
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IN
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IN
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K
IN
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M
L
IN
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IN
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IN
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IN
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IN
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IN
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IN
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N
IN
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IN
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IN
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IN
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IN
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IN
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O
IN
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IN
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IN
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IN
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IN
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IN
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IN
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P
IN
OUT
E
F
G
H
I
K
J
L
M
N
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
O
A
P
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
K
J
L
M
N
O
A
A
P
IN
B
C
D
E
F
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J
L
M
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H
P
IN
H
A
B
C
D
E
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I
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J
L
M
N
O
P
IN
E
F
G
H
I
K
J
L
M
N
O
A
145 – 160
129 – 144
113 – 128
OUT
B
A
OUT
B
A
IN
OUT
B
A
IN
OUT
B
E
D
IN
OUT
C
OUT
IN
D
C
OUT
IN
OUT
C
E
IN
OUT
D
IN
OUT
C
F
F
IN
OUT
E
IN
OUT
D
G
G
IN
OUT
F
IN
OUT
E
H
H
IN
OUT
G
IN
OUT
F
I
I
IN
OUT
H
IN
OUT
G
J
OUT
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H
IN
OUT
J
IN
OUT
I
L
IN
OUT
K
IN
OUT
J
M
L
K
J
IN
I
IN
K
M
IN
OUT
P
OUT
K
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
FAN ASSIMBLY
OUT
P
O
IN
OUT
N
IN
M
L
O
N
IN
M
L
IN
N
OUT
O
IN
OUT
N
IN
B
P
IN
IN
H
P
IN
OUT
O
OUT
IN
161 – 176
OUT
177 – 192
OUT
IN
OUT
B
IN
OUT
C
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
D
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
E
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
F
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
G
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
H
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
I
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
J
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
K
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
M
L
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
N
IN
OUT
OUT
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OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
A
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
B
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
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IN
D
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
E
IN
OUT
IN
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OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
G
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
H
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
PRIMARY POWER SUPPLY
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
L
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
M
OUT
RS232/RS422
ACT LINK
IN
P
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
3G P BNC
IN
3G P BNC
IN
3G P BNC
IN
3G P BNC
P
P
IN
OUT
N
LAN
OUT
OUT
O
IN
REMOTE
IN
O
N
IN
P
O
N
M
OUT
O
IN
IN
P
IN
OUT
N
M
IN
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IN
OUT
O
IN
IN
P
IN
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N
M
L
IN
K
OUT
L
IN
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IN
OUT
O
IN
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IN
OUT
N
IN
P
O
IN
OUT
M
L
K
IN
J
OUT
K
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
N
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
M
IN
O
N
IN
OUT
L
K
J
IN
I
OUT
J
I
IN
IN
OUT
M
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
L
IN
N
M
IN
OUT
K
J
I
H
IN
IN
OUT
L
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
K
IN
M
L
IN
OUT
J
I
H
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
K
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
J
IN
L
K
IN
OUT
I
H
G
IN
F
OUT
G
F
IN
IN
OUT
J
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
I
IN
K
J
IN
OUT
H
G
F
E
IN
IN
OUT
I
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
H
IN
J
I
IN
OUT
G
F
E
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
H
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
G
IN
I
H
IN
OUT
F
E
D
IN
C
OUT
D
C
IN
IN
OUT
G
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
F
IN
H
G
IN
OUT
E
D
C
B
IN
IN
C
B
IN
OUT
OUT
F
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
E
IN
G
F
IN
OUT
D
IN
OUT
E
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
D
IN
F
E
IN
OUT
C
IN
OUT
D
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
C
B
A
OUT
D
IN
OUT
B
IN
IN
C
IN
OUT
A
P
O
OUT
P
IN
OUT
O
P
SWITCH REFERENCE
RESET
BI-LEVEL
TRI-LEVEL
REDUNDANT POWER SUPPLY
REDUNDANT
IN
100-240V
50/60Hz
1.2A MAX.
P
IN
OUT
IN
PRIMARY
100-240V
50/60Hz
1.2A MAX.
A
OUT
B
193 – 208
209 – 224
225 – 240
IN
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
OUT
A
273 – 288
OUT
B
A
289 – 304
OUT
B
A
305 – 320
OUT
C
C
B
A
D
D
C
B
E
E
D
C
D
F
F
E
E
G
H
G
F
H
G
F
G
I
J
I
H
J
I
H
I
K
K
J
J
L
L
K
K
M
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
M
L
L
N
IN
OUT
M
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
M
N
FOX Matrix 14400 Switcher Rear Panel
A Fiber optic boards with connectors and LEDs (see page 8).
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
3G P BNC
IN
3G P BNC
IN
3G P BNC
IN
3G P BNC
C Remote port (see page 9).
P
O
D Ethernet connection (LAN connector) (see page 9).
P
O
B
P
B 3G HD-SDI, HDI-SDI, and SDI boards with DIN connectors
(see page 9).
P
O
N
C DE G
P
O
N
G
Figure 4.
IN
P
O
IN
F
IN
P
O
IN
IN
P
IN
OUT
N
IN
OUT
O
N
IN
IN
OUT
ANAHEIM, CA
P
O
IN
OUT
M
IN
OUT
N
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
M
IN
O
N
IN
OUT
L
IN
OUT
M
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
L
IN
N
M
IN
OUT
K
IN
OUT
L
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
K
IN
M
L
IN
OUT
J
IN
OUT
K
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
J
IN
L
K
IN
OUT
I
IN
OUT
J
I
IN
IN
J
IN
OUT
H
IN
OUT
I
H
IN
IN
OUT
K
J
I
IN
OUT
G
IN
OUT
H
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
G
IN
I
H
IN
OUT
F
IN
OUT
G
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
F
IN
H
G
IN
OUT
E
IN
OUT
F
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
E
IN
G
F
IN
OUT
D
IN
OUT
E
D
IN
IN
E
IN
OUT
C
IN
OUT
F
257 – 272
OUT
IN
D
IN
OUT
E
D
IN
OUT
B
IN
OUT
C
OUT
IN
241 – 256
OUT
B
A
IN
C
OUT
A
OUT
IN
B
IN
OUT
OUT
D
C
OUT
IN
FAN ASSEMBLY
IN
B
A
OUT
C
OUT
IN
A
OUT
H
OUT
IN
A
IN
E
DISCONNECT BOTH POWER
CORDS BEFORE SERVICING
FAN ASSEMBLY
OUT
D
C
IN
OUT
A
OUT
IN
B
IN
OUT
3
OUT
A
A
E Reset button and LED (see page 9).
G Primary and redundant power supply LEDs (see page 10).
REDUNDANT POWER SUPPLY 2
REMOTE
REDUNDANT POWER SUPPLY 1
~
PRIMARY POWER SUPPLY 2
REDUNDANT
100-240V
50/60Hz
6.5A MAX
PRIMARY POWER SUPPLY 1
DISCONNECT BOTH POWER
CORDS BEFORE SERVICING
ACT
LAN
LINK
RESET
F Primary and redundant power connectors (see page 9).
RS232/RS422
E
D
C
IN
C
B
IN
OUT
81 - 96
D
OUT
A
97 - 112
C
OUT
B
IN
OUT
113 - 128
B
97 – 112
OUT
IN
A
129 - 144
A
FAN ASSEMBLY
IN
B
2
OUT
81 – 96
OUT
OUT
A
65 - 80
65 – 80
OUT
OUT
IN
49 – 64
OUT
1
17 - 32
D
33 - 48
C
33 – 48
B
49 - 64
A
OUT
IN
A
FAN ASSIMBLY
IN
17 – 32
OUT
B
1 - 16
1 – 16
OUT
A
FAN ASSEMBLY
H Replaceable fans (see Removing and Installing a Fan on page 26
to replace the fan).
PRIMARY
100-240V
50/60Hz
6.5A MAX
~
Extron
Anaheim, CA
C
US
F
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FOX Matrix 320x Switcher Rear Panel
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Making Connections
B 3G HD-SDI, HDI-SDI, and SDI boards with DIN
connectors —Connect inputs and output using the
included DIN-to-female-BNC pigtail connectors, as
follows:
A Fiber optic boards with connectors and LEDs —
WARNING:
This unit outputs continuous invisible light, which
may be harmful to the eyes; use with caution. For additional
safety, plug the attached dust caps into the optical transceivers
when the fiber cable is unplugged.
AVERTISSEMENT : L'appareil émet une lumière invisible en
continu, à utiliser avec precaution. Branchez les protections
contre la poussière dans l'ensemble émetteur/récepteur lorsque
le câble fibre optique est débranché.
NOTES:
• Ensure that you use the proper fiber cable for your I/O
board. Typically, singlemode fiber has a yellow jacket and
multimode cable has an orange or cyan jacket.
Î Input connector — Connect a fiber
optic cable between each Input LC
connector and a FOX 500 Tx or any
other compatible Extron FOX device.
optic cable between each output LC
connector and a FOX 500 Rx or any
other compatible Extron FOX device.
• The pigtails are not installed on the board
during shipment.
• To install the pigtails, press them onto the
DIN connectors until they snap into place.
• To remove the pigtails, pull back on the
knurled collar and pull the pigtail straight
back from the DIN connector.
these BNC connectors.
LINK
C Remote RS-232/RS-422 port — If desired, connect a control system
OPTIONAL FOR
Transmitting * RETURN
DATA
Unit
or computer to the rear panel Remote RS-232/RS-422 port.
5
9
Figure 5.
1
6
Pin RS-232 Function RS-422 Function
1
— Not used
—
Not used
2
Tx Transmit
Tx– Transmit (–)
3
Rx Receive
Rx– Receive (–)
4
— Not used
—
Not used
Gnd Ground
Gnd Ground
5
6
— Not used
—
Not used
7
— Not used
Rx+ Receive (+)
8
— Not used
Tx+ Transmit (+)
9
— Not used
—
Not used
Audio Output Connector Wiring
IN
OUT
Õ
Î
D LAN port — If desired, connect a network WAN or LAN hub, a
control system, or a computer to the Ethernet RJ-45 port.
Network connection — Wire as a patch (straight) cable.
FOX Matrix
Switcher
Computer or control system connection — Wire the interface cable
as a crossover cable.
NOTE: Or, for the serial return
(receiver-to-transmitter) function,
connect the far end to the
Optical 2 connector on a FOX Tx
transmitter.
NOTE:
The factory default IP address is 192.168.254.254.
E Reset button — Initiates four levels of reset of the matrix switcher.
For different reset levels, press and hold the recessed button while
the switcher is running or while you power up the switcher.
See the FOX 320x and 14400 Series User Guide, available at
www.extron.com.
Receiving
OPTICAL
Unit
1
LINK
2*
LINK
Output LED — See Fiber optic I/O
LED indications on page 10.
NOTES:
Ö Multi-rate SDI Output connectors — Connect digital displays to
Or, for the serial return
(receiver-to-transmitter) function,
connect the far end to the Optical
2 connector on a FOX Rx receiver.
Õ Output connector — Connect a fiber
Ï
HD-SDI, SDI, or 3G-SDI video inputs to these BNC connectors.
NOTE:
Input LED — See Fiber optic I/O LED
indications on page 10.
IN
Ï Multi-rate SDI Input connectors — Connect
OPTICAL
1 2*
LINK
• The FOX matrix switcher uses one
connector on the block as an input
and the second connector on the
same block as a separate output.
OUT
Ö
OPTIONAL FOR
* RETURN
DATA
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F Power connectors — Plug the switcher into two grounded AC
sources.
CONFIG
POWER SUPPLY
PRIMARY
REDUNDANT
NOTE: For reliability, connect the Redundant power cord to
either an uninterruptible power source or to a power source that
is completely independent from the primary power source.
G Primary and Redundant power supply LEDs —
Green — Indicates that the associated power supply is operating
within normal tolerances.
Red — Indicates that the associated power supply is operating
outside the normal tolerances or has failed (see Removing and
Installing a Power Supply Module on page 25).
Fiber optic I/O board LED indications
On the fiber optic I/O boards, the input and output LEDs on the
transceivers provide useful indications of the status of the lasers and the
reclocking function (see the table below).
Output LED
indication
Definition
Input LED
indication
Definition
On
On
Reclocked at 4.25 Gbps
Not reclocked, laser off,
or no signal
Off
Off
Not reclocked or no
signal
Fast blink
Fast blink
Non-4G signal present or
not reclocked
Front Panel
CONFIG
Figure 7.
C
Front Panel Configuration Port, FOX Matrix 14400
A Configuration port (FOX Matrix 320x) — If desired, connect control
system or computer to the front panel Configuration (USB) port. Use
a standard mini USB B cable.
B Configuration port (FOX Matrix 14400) — If desired, connect a
C Indicator LEDs —
Reclocked at 4.25 Gbps
Non-4G signal present or
not reclocked
B
control system or computer to the front panel Configuration (RS-232)
port. Use an optional 9-pin D to 2.5 mm mini jack TRS RS-232 cable.
IN
OUT
FOX MATRIX 14400
FIBER OPTIC DIGITAL MATRIX SWITCHER
Primary and Redundant Power Supply LEDs —
Green — Indicates that the associated power supply is operating
within normal tolerances.
Amber (FOX Matrix 320x only) — Indicates that AC power is
disconnected or the power supply has been removed.
Red — Indicates that the associated power supply is operating
outside the normal tolerances or has failed see Removing and
Installing a Power Supply Module on page 25) to replace the
power supply.
Status LED (FOX Matrix 320x only) —
POWER SUPPLY
Green — Indicates that the controller board is operating normally
and that the temperature and backplane voltages are all within
normal tolerances.
PRIMARY 1
REDUNDANT 1
PRIMARY 2
REDUNDANT 2
STATUS
Red — Indicates that either the controller board has failed or that
temperature or backplane voltages are outside of acceptable
levels.
FOX MATRIX 320x
FIBER OPTIC DIGITAL MATRIX SWITCHER
A
Figure 6.
10
C
Front Panel Configuration Port, FOX Matrix 320x
FOX Matrix 320x and FOX Matrix 14400 • Installation
FOX Matrix 320x and FOX Matrix 14400 • Installation
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Remote Control
This section describes using the remote control features of the
FOX matrix switchers to control the devices. Topics that are covered
include:
•• Selected SIS Commands
•• Matrix Switchers Control Program
•• Built-in HTML Pages
Selected SIS Commands
You can use Simple Instruction Set (SIS) commands for operation and
configuration of the switchers. You can run these commands from a PC
connected to the rear panel Remote RS-232/RS-422 port (item C on
page 9), LAN port (item D on page 9),or front panel configuration port
(item A [ FOX Matrix 320x] or item B [FOX Matrix 14400] on page 11)
on the switcher.
NOTE: The table that begins on the next page is a partial
list of SIS commands. For a complete listing, see the
FOX Matrix 320x and FOX Matrix 14400 Series User Guide.
12
FOX Matrix 320x and FOX Matrix 14400 • Installation
FOX Matrix 320x and FOX Matrix 14400 • Remote Control
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14
Command and Response Table for SIS Commands
FOX Matrix 320x and FOX Matrix 14400 • Remote Control
Command
ASCII Command
(Host to Unit)
Response
(Unit to Host)
Additional Description
Create ties
NOTES:• Commands can be entered back-to-back in a string, with no spaces. For example: 1*1!02*02&003*003%4*24!.
• The matrix switchers support 1-, 2-, and 3-digit numeric entries (1*1!, 02*02&, or 003*003%).
•The ! tie command, the & tie command, and the % tie command can be used interchangeably, as can the ! read tie command, the &
tie command, and the % read tie command.
Tie input X! to output [email protected]
Example (see Note, above):
X!*[email protected]!
[email protected]•InX!•All]
1*3!
Out03•In01•All]
Tie input X! to output [email protected]
Example (see Note, above):
X!*[email protected]&
[email protected]•InX!•RGB]
10*4&
Out04•In10•RGB]
Tie input X! to output [email protected],
Example (see Note, above):
X!*[email protected]%
[email protected]•InX!•Vid]
7*5%
Out05•In07•Vid]
Read output tie
[email protected]&
[email protected]%
[email protected]!
X!]
X!]
X!]
Input X! is tied to output [email protected]
[email protected]*1B
[email protected]*1]
Mute output [email protected] (no signal is output, but the light
output remains active).
[email protected]*0B
[email protected]
[email protected]*0]
Read channel mute
Unmute output [email protected] (signal is output).
1 = mute on, 0 = mute off.
Global channel mute
1*B
Global channel unmute
0*B
Read output tie
Read output tie
Channel mutes
Channel mute
Channel unmute
NOTE:
• = Space
X! = Input number
[email protected] = Output number
X% = Mute
Command
X%]
Vmt1]
Vmt0]
Tie input X! to output [email protected]
Tie input 1 to output 3.
Tie input X! to output [email protected]
Tie input 10 to output 4.
Tie input X! to output [email protected]
Tie input 7 to output 5.
Input X! is tied to output [email protected]
Input X! is tied to output [email protected]
Mute all light outputs.
Unmute all light outputs.
00 – maximum number of inputs for your configuration (00 = untied)
01 – maximum number of outputs for your configuration
1 = mute on, 0 = mute off
ASCII Command
(Host to Unit)
Response
(Unit to Host)
Additional Description
Save and recall presets
NOTE: If you try to recall a preset that is not saved, the matrix switcher responds with the error code E11.
Save current configuration as a
global preset
Example:
X$,
SprX$]
Command character is a comma.
9,
Spr09]
Save current ties as preset 9.
Recall a global preset
X$.
RprX$]
Command character is a period.
5.
Rpr05]
Recall preset 5, which becomes the current
configuration.
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Example:
FOX Matrix 320x and FOX Matrix 14400 • Remote Control
IP setup
Set IP address
Read IP address
Set DHCP on or off
Read DHCP on/off status
NOTE:
X$ = Global preset number
X^ = IP address
X& = DHCP
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0 = off, 1 = on
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Matrix Switchers Control Program
Another way to operate the switcher is via the Matrix Switchers Control
Program, which runs on computers that use the Windows® operating
system This program is available on the Extron website. You can run this
program from a PC connected to the rear panel Remote RS-232/RS-422
port (item C on page 9), LAN port (item D on page 9), or front panel
configuration port (item A [ FOX Matrix 320x] or item B [FOX Matrix
14400] on page 11) on the switcher.
NOTE: For details on operating the program, see the “Matrix
Software” section in the FOX Matrix 320x and FOX Matrix 14400
User Guide.
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Installing the Program
The Matrix Switchers Control Program is available on the Extron website.
Download and install all programs as follows:
1. Visit www.extron.com and click the Download tab.
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Figure 8.
Download Center Dialog Box
4. Enter the requested personal information;
TIP:Click Remember Me to eliminate step 4 in future downloads.
5. Click Download to copy the software or firmware to your computer.
The download warns you about downloads and asks you to confirm
it.
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2. Click the Software link.
3. Select the desired software to download and click Download.
TIP: Jump to the nearest page of downloads by clicking the
desired filtering letter.
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The Download Center dialog box appears (see figure 8, on the next
page).
NOTE: The figure above may appear different or may not
appear at all, depending on your web browser choice and its
security settings.
6. Cick Run to confirm that you want to run the installation.
7. Follow the on-screen instructions. The installation program creates
the necessary directories and folders and installs the programs.
LAN Port Connection
The first time you connect your PC to the switcher via the LAN port,
you may need to change the default settings (IP address, subnet
mask, and [optional] administrator name and password) on the
controller (see the "Configuring for Network Communication" in the
FOX Matrix 320x and FOX Matrix 14400 User Guide.
Starting the Program
1. Click Start > Programs > Extron Electronics > Matrix
Switchers > MATRIX Switcher + Control Pgm.
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The Comm Port Selection window appears.
Built-in HTML Pages
Another way to configure and operate the switcher is via its factoryinstalled HTML pages, which are always available and cannot be erased
or overwritten. The HTML pages that are pre-loaded on the switcher
are accessible through its LAN port (item D on page 9), connected
via a LAN or WAN, using a web browser such as Microsoft® Internet
Explorer®.
Configuring for Network Communication
2. Choose the comm (serial) port that is connected to the switcher or
IP [LAN].
NOTE: For a comm port, check the
baud rate displayed in the Comm Port
Selection window. If you need to change
the baud rate, click the Baud button and
double-click the desired baud rate.
3. Click OK.
If you selected a serial port in step 2, the Matrix Switchers Control
Program is ready for operation.
4. If you selected IP [LAN] in step 2, the IP Connection window
appears.
The first time you connect a PC to a switcher via its LAN port, you
may need to temporarily change the IP settings of the PC in order to
communicate with the controller. Then you must change the default
settings of the controller (IP address, subnet mask, and [optional]
administrator name and password) in order to use the unit on an intranet
(LAN) or on the Internet. After you have set up the FOX matrix switcher
for network communication, you can reset the PC to its original network
configuration.
NOTE: The computer and the switcher must both be connected
to the same subnet on a LAN (using a straight-through cable).
Alternatively, you can use a crossover Ethernet cable to connect the
controller directly to the computer.
Use the ARP command to configure the IP address as follows:
1. Obtain a valid IP address for the FOX matrix switcher from the
network administrator.
2. Obtain the MAC address (UID number) of the switcher from the
label on its rear panel. The MAC address should have this format:
00-05-A6-xx-xx-xx.
3. If the switcher has never been configured and is still set for factory
defaults, go to step 4. If not, perform a Mode 4 system reset. For
detailed information on reset modes, refer to “Reset Operations” in
the FOX Matrix 320x and FOX Matrix 14400 User Guide.
NOTE: The switcher must be configured with the factory
default IP address (192.168.254.254) before the ARP command
is executed, as described below.
a. Examine the Matrix IP Address field, which displays the last
Matrix IP address entered.
If necessary, enter the correct IP address in the field.
NOTE: 192.168.254.254 is the factory-specified default IP
address.
4. At the PC, access the MS-DOS® command prompt, then enter the
arp –s command. Type in the desired new IP address for the unit
(obtained in step 1) and the MAC address of the unit (from the rear
panel of the unit). For example:
arp –s 10.13.197.7 00-05-A6-03-69-B0 and then press <Enter>.
After receiving the arp -s command, the controller changes to
the new address and starts responding to the ping requests, as
described in step 5.
b. If the switcher is password-protected, enter the appropriate
administrator or user password in the Password field.
c. Click Connect. The Matrix Switchers Control Program is ready
for operation.
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NOTE:You must ping the FOX matrix switcher as shown in
step 5 for the IP address change to take place. The response
should show the new IP address, as shown in the following
figure.
5. Execute a ping command by entering “ping” followed by a space and
the new IP address at the command prompt. For example:
ping 10.13.197.7
4. Press the keyboard <Enter> key. The switcher checks to see if it is
password-protected.
If the switcher is not password-protected, it checks and
downloads the HTML start-up page. The switcher is ready for
operation via HTML remote control.
If the switcher is password-protected, it downloads the Enter
Network Password page.
C:\>ping 10.13.197.7
Pinging 10.13.197.7 with 32 bytes of data:
Reply
Reply
Reply
Reply
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10.13.197.7:
10.13.197.7:
10.13.197.7:
10.13.197.7:
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bytes=32
bytes=32
bytes=32
time<10ms
time<10ms
time<10ms
time<10ms
TTL=128
TTL=128
TTL=128
TTL=128
Ping statistics for 10.13.197.7:
Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 4, Lost = 0 (0% loss),
Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds:
Minimum = 0ms, Maximum = 0ms, Average = 0ms
NOTE:
NOTE: You can reconnect using either Telnet or a Web browser
to verify that the update was successful.
6. After verifying that the IP address change was successful, enter and
issue the “arp –d” command at the DOS prompt. For example:
arp –d 10.13.197.7 removes 10.13.197.7 from the ARP table
or
arp –d* removes all static IP addresses from the ARP table.
Loading the Start-up Page
A User name entry is not required.
5. Enter the appropriate administrator or user password in the Password
field and click OK.
The switcher downloads the HTML start-up page (see figure 9, on
the next page). The switcher is ready for operation via HTML remote
control.
NOTE
For details on operating the switcher via HTML pages,
see the "HTML Operation" section in the FOX Matrix 320x and
FOX Matrix 14400 User Guide.
NOTE: If your Ethernet connection to the matrix switcher is
unstable, try turning off the proxy server in your Web browser. In
Microsoft Internet Explorer, click Tools > Internet Options >
Connections > LAN Settings, uncheck the Use a proxy
server... box, and then click OK.
1. Start the Web browser program.
2. Click in the Address field.
3. Enter the Matrix IP address in the Address field.
NOTE: 192.168.254.254 is the factory-specified default IP
address
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Maintenance and
Modifications
This section describes repairing and reconfiguring the FOX matrix
switchers by replacing components. Topics that are covered include:
Removing and Installing an I/O Board or Blank Panel
Removing and Installing a Power Supply Module
Removing and Installing a Fan
Removing and Installing an I/O Board or Blank Panel
Circuit boards can be added or removed to increase or decrease the I/O
configuration (size) of the switcher.
WARNING:
The fiber optic I/O boards of the FOX matrix switchers
output continuous invisible light, which may be harmful to the eyes;
use with caution.
Do not look into the fiber optic cable connectors or into the fiber
optic cables themselves.
Figure 9.
HTML Startup Page
Plug the attached dust caps into the optical transceivers when the
fiber cable is unplugged.
AVERTISSEMENT : L'appareil émet une lumière invisible en continu,
à utiliser avec precaution.
Ne regardez pas dans les connecteurs de câble fibre optique sur
le panneau arrière ou dans les câbles fibre optique eux-mêmes.
Branchez les protections contre la poussière dans l'ensemble
émetteur/récepteur lorsque le câble fibre optique est débranché.
NOTES:
• On a fiber optic I/O board as delivered from Extron, all transceiver
modules are configured the same: either all multimode or all
singlemode. You can mix multimode and singlemode fiber
optic I/O boards in a FOX matrix switcher, but ensure that you
connect the proper transmission mode fiber cables to the board.
• Typically, singlemode fiber has a yellow jacket and multimode
cable has an orange or cyan jacket.
• For proper cooling and air flow, boards or blank panels should
be installed in all locations during normal switcher operations.
• See A Note on I/O Boards on page 5 to understand the
different arrangement of connectors on the I/O boards.
• The FOX Matrix Switcher components that are user-replaceable
are hot-swappable. You do not need to power down the
switcher to remove or replace a component.
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6. For an I/O board, orient the board to be installed so that transceiver
module A (fiber board) or input BNC A (3G/HD-SDI/SDI board) is on
the left and transceiver or output BNC P is on the right.
Remove and replace an I/O board or blank panel as follows:
1. For an I/O board, disconnect any connected cables.
2. Rotate the left and right knurled knobs to completely loosen the
captive screws.
7. For an I/O board, align the board with the left and right chassis
guides (above).
3. Gently pull on the knurled knobs/captive screws to loosen the board
or panel from the backplane.
8. Gently slide the board or blank panel into the enclosure. For an I/O
board, slide the board toward the front panel until it meets resistance.
4. Slide the board or panel out of the chassis (below).
9. Gently seat the board or panel in the backplane.
10.Use a screwdriver to tighten the left and right knurled knobs/captive
screws to lock the board or panel in place.
Removing and Installing a Power Supply Module
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FOX Matrix 320x has four identical power supply modules. Each power
supply module has a 2-color LED, visible on the rear panel, that indicates
the status of the power supply outputs. If the LED is lit green, the power
supply is operating normally. If the LED is lit red, the supply has failed
and should be replaced at the earliest opportunity. LEDs with identical
meaning are also on the front panel.
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ATTENTION:
• Do not touch the electronic components or the connectors
on the backplane or on the circuit boards without being
electrically grounded. Handle circuit boards by their edges
only. Electrostatic discharge can damage circuits, even if
you cannot feel, see, or hear it.
• Ne pas toucher les composants électroniques ou les
connecteurs sur la carte mère ou sur les circuits imprimés
sans être électriquement relié à la terre. Manipuler les
circuits imprimés en les tenant seulement par leurs bords.
Les décharges électrostatiques (ESD) peuvent endommager
l'équipement, même si vous ne pouvez pas le sentir, le voir
ou l'entendre.
5. Place the removed board on an anti-static surface or in an anti-static
container.
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NOTE: Power supply modules are not interchangeable between
models.
1. Rotate the left and right knurled knobs to completely loosen the
captive screws.
2. Gently pull on the handle to loosen the power supply from the
backplane.
3. Slide the power supply out of the chassis (see figure 10 on the next
page).
4. Orient the power supply module to be installed with the LED up
(FOX Matrix 320x) or to the right (FOX Matrix 14400).
5. Align the flanges on the power supply module with the power supply
guides (see figure 10).
6. Gently slide the power supply module into the enclosure until the
power supply meets resistance.
7. Gently seat the power supply in the backplane.
8. Use a screwdriver to tighten the left and right knurled knobs/captive
screws to lock the power supply in place.
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1. Remove and retain the two screws that secure the row identification
plate (identifying rows 1 through 80, rows 81 through 144, rows 81
through 160, rows 161 through 240, or rows 241 through 320) to the
fan. Retain the plate.
2. Rotate the top and bottom knurled knobs to completely loosen the
captive screws.
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The FOX Matrix 14400 has two fan modules and the FOX Matrix 320x
has four fan modules. The fan modules for each model are identical
and hot-swappable. If a fan fails, it should be replaced at the earliest
opportunity.
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Figure 10. Power Supply Removal and Installation
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NOTES:
65 - 80
• Fans are not interchangeable between models.
• The fans modules are hot-swappable. A fan can be removed or
installed without powering down the switcher.
Remove 2 Screws
and Plate
Figure 11. Fan Removal and Installation
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FOX Matrix 320x and FOX Matrix 14400 • Maintenance and Modifications
FOX Matrix 320x and FOX Matrix 14400 • Maintenance and Modifications
27
Extron Warranty
Extron Electronics warrants this product against defects in materials and workmanship
for a period of three years from the date of purchase. In the event of malfunction during
the warranty period attributable directly to faulty workmanship and/or materials, Extron
Electronics will, at its option, repair or replace said products or components, to whatever
extent it shall deem necessary to restore said product to proper operating condition,
provided that it is returned within the warranty period, with proof of purchase and
description of malfunction to:
USA, Canada, South America,
and Central America:
Extron Electronics
1230 South Lewis Street
Anaheim, CA 92805
U.S.A.
Japan:
Extron Electronics, Japan
Kyodo Building, 16 Ichibancho
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0082
Japan
Europe and Africa:
Extron Europe
Hanzeboulevard 10
3825 PH Amersfoort
The Netherlands
China:
Extron China
686 Ronghua Road
Songjiang District
Shanghai 201611
China
Asia:
Extron Asia
135 Joo Seng Road, #04-01
PM Industrial Bldg.
Singapore 368363
Singapore
Middle East:
Extron Middle East
Dubai Airport Free Zone
F12, PO Box 293666
United Arab Emirates, Dubai
This Limited Warranty does not apply if the fault has been caused by misuse, improper
handling care, electrical or mechanical abuse, abnormal operating conditions, or if
modifications were made to the product that were not authorized by Extron.
NOTE: If a product is defective, please call Extron and ask for an application
engineer to receive an RA (return authorization) number. This will begin the repair
process.
USA: 714.491.1500 or 800.633-9876 Asia:65.6383.4400
Europe:31.33.453.4040
Japan:81.3.3511.7655
Units must be returned insured, with shipping charges prepaid. If not insured, you assume
the risk of loss or damage during shipment. Returned units must include the serial number
and a description of the problem, as well as the name of the person to contact in case
there are any questions.
Extron Electronics makes no further warranties either expressed or implied with respect to
the product and its quality, performance, merchantability, or fitness for any particular use.
In no event will Extron Electronics be liable for direct, indirect, or consequential damages
resulting from any defect in this product even if Extron Electronics has been advised of
such damage.
Please note that laws vary from state to state and country to country, and that some
provisions of this warranty may not apply to you.
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FOX Matrix 320x and FOX Matrix 14400 • Maintenance and Modifications
Extron USA Headquarters
+800.633.9876 (Inside USA/Canada Only)
Extron USA - West
+1.714.491.1500
+1.714.491.1517 FAX
Extron Asia
+800.7339.8766
Inside Asia Only
Extron USA - East
+1.919.850.1000
+1.919.850.1001 FAX
Extron Middle East
+971.4.2991800
+971.4.2991880 FAX
Extron Europe
+800.3987.6673 (Inside Europe Only)
+31.33.453.4040
+31.33.453.4050 FAX
Extron India
1800.3070.3777 (Inside India Only)
+91-80 3055.3777
+91 80 3055 3737 FAX
Extron Japan
+81.3.3511.7655
+81.3.3511.7656 FAX
Extron China
+4000.EXTRON
+4000.398766
Inside China Only
Extron Korea
+82.2.3444.1571
+82.2.3444.1575 FAX
+86.21.3760.1568
+86.21.3760.1566 FAX
+65.6383.4400
+65.6383.4664 FAX
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