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Cobalt Digital Inc.
OG3-FR Series
openGear® 2RU Frame and Power Supply
User Manual
OG3FR-OM (V1.0)
OG3-FR Series User Manual
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Part Number: OG3FR-OM
Release Date: June 14, 2013.
The information contained in this manual is subject to change without notice or obligation.
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Contents of this publication may not be reproduced in any form without the written permission of
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Patents
This product is protected by the following US Patents: 4,205,346; 5,115,314; 5,280,346; 5,561,404;
7,034,886; 7,508,455; 7,602,446; 7,834,886. This product is protected by the following Canadian
Patents: 2039277; 1237518; 1127289. Other patents pending.
Notice
The material in this manual is furnished for informational use only. It is subject to change without
notice and should not be construed as a commitment by Cobalt Digital Inc. Cobalt Digital Inc. assumes
no responsibility or liability for errors or inaccuracies that may appear in this manual.
Trademarks
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is a registered trademark of Ross Video Limited.
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is a registered trademark of Cobalt Digital Inc.
DashBoard Control System™ is a trademark of Ross Video Limited.
All other product names and any registered and unregistered trademarks mentioned in this
manual are used for identification purposes only and remain the exclusive property of
their respective owners.
Important Regulatory and Safety Notices
Before using this product and any associated equipment, refer to the “Important Safety Instructions”
listed below so as to avoid personnel injury and to prevent product damage.
Products may require specific equipment, and /or installation procedures be carried out to satisfy
certain regulatory compliance requirements. Notices have been included in this publication to call
attention to these Specific requirements.
Symbol Meanings
This symbol on the equipment refers you to important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions within the Product Manual
Documentation. Failure to heed this information may present a major risk of
damage or injury to persons or equipment.
Warning — The symbol with the word “Warning” within the equipment
manual indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury.
Caution — The symbol with the word “Caution” within the equipment manual
indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided, may result in
minor or moderate injury. It may also be used to alert against unsafe
practices.
Notice — The symbol with the word “Notice” within the equipment manual
indicates a situation, which if not avoided, may result in major or minor
equipment damage or a situation which could place the equipment in a noncompliant operating state.
Warning Hazardous Voltages — This symbol is intended to alert the user to
the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product enclosure
that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of shock to persons.
ESD Susceptibility — This symbol is used to alert the user that an electrical
or electronic device or assembly is susceptible to damage from an ESD
event.
This symbol on the equipment indicates for use at altitudes of 2000m or less.
Important Safety Instructions
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Warning — The safe operation of this product requires that a protective earth
connection be provided. A grounding conductor in the equipment's supply
cord provides this protective earth. To reduce the risk of electrical shock to
the operator and service personnel, this ground conductor must be
connected to an earthed ground.
Use only power cords specified for this product and certified for the country of use.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the grounding-type plug. A grounding type plug
has two blades and a third grounding prong. The third prong is provided for your
safety. If the provided plug does not fit in to your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinching particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and point where they exit from the apparatus.
Warning Indoor Use: “WARNING – TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPERATUS TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE”.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Do not expose this equipment to dripping or splashing and ensure that no objects
filled with liquids such as vases are placed on the apparatus.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with manufacturer’s
instructions.
Do not install near heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of
time.
Clean only with a dry cloth.
Warning — Refer all servicing to qualified personnel. Servicing is required
when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply
cord or plug damage, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the
apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not
operate normally, or has been dropped.
Warning — Certain parts of this equipment still present a safety hazard, with
the power switch in the OFF position. To avoid electrical shock, disconnect
all A/C power cords from the chassis' rear appliance connectors before
servicing.
Caution — To reduce the risk of fire, replacement fuses must be the same
type and rating.
Caution — Service barriers within this product are intended to protect the
operator and service personnel from hazardous voltages. For continued
safety, replace all barriers after servicing.
Warning — This product contains safety critical parts, which if incorrectly
replaced may present a risk of fire or electrical shock. Components contained
within the product’s power supplies and power supply area, are not intended
to be customer serviced and should be returned to the factory for repair.
Warning — This product contains an “Ethernet Port” which allows this
product to be connected to a local network (LAN). Only connect to networks
that remain inside the building. Do not connect to networks that go outside
the building.
EMC Notices
US FCC Part 15
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. These limits are designed to 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 harmful interference in which case
users will be required to correct the interference at their own expense.
Notice — Changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly
approved by Cobalt Digital Inc. Ltd. could void the user’s authority to operate
this equipment.
CANADA
This Class “A” digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numerique de classe “A” est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
EUROPE
This equipment is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of CE
Directive 93/68/EEC.
INTERNATIONAL
This equipment has been tested to CISPR 22:1997 along with amendments A1:2000 and A2:2002 and
found to comply with the limits for a Class A Digital device.
Notice — This is a Class A product. In domestic environments this product
may cause radio interference in which case the user may have to take
adequate measures.
Maintenance/User Serviceable Parts
Routine maintenance to this product is not required. This product contains no user serviceable parts. If
the frame does not appear to be working properly, please contact Technical Support using the numbers
listed under the “Contact Us” section on the last page of this manual.
Environmental Information
The equipment that you purchased required the extraction and use of natural resources for its
production. It may contain hazardous substances that could impact health and the environment.
To avoid the potential release of those substances into the environment and to diminish the need for the
extraction of natural resources, Cobalt Digital Inc. encourages you to use the appropriate take-back
systems. These systems will reuse or recycle most of the materials from your end-of-life equipment in
an environmentally friendly and health conscious manner.
The crossed-out wheeled bin symbol invites you to use these systems.
If you need more information on the collection, reuse, and recycling systems, please contact your local
or regional waste administration.
Contents
Introduction
1-1
In This Chapter .......................................................................................................................1-1
A Word of Thanks ....................................................................................................1-1
Overview.................................................................................................................................1-2
Modular Frame Architecture ....................................................................................1-2
Robust Power Supply with Redundancy Option.......................................................1-2
Cooling .....................................................................................................................1-2
Additional Frame Accessories ..................................................................................1-2
Features...................................................................................................................................1-3
Documentation Terms and Conventions .................................................................................1-4
Installation
2-1
Before You Begin ...................................................................................................................2-2
Static Discharge........................................................................................................2-2
Unpacking.................................................................................................................2-2
Installing a Frame ...................................................................................................................2-3
Overview ..................................................................................................................2-3
OG3-FR Series Frame Mounting Requirements.......................................................2-3
Installing the Rear Support Bars and Brackets........................................................................2-4
Installing the FSB-OG3 ............................................................................................2-4
Front Panel Overview .............................................................................................................2-6
Rear Panel Overview ..............................................................................................................2-7
Power Supplies and Power Cable ...........................................................................................2-9
Required Power Supplies..........................................................................................2-9
Power Supply Connectors (PSU1, PSU2) ................................................................2-9
Installing the Frame Power Supply...........................................................................2-9
Power Cable Connection ........................................................................................2-10
Ethernet Connections ............................................................................................................2-11
OG3-FR Series Frames...........................................................................................2-11
Monitoring ............................................................................................................................2-12
OG3-FR Monitoring Features.................................................................................2-12
Ventilation and Cooling........................................................................................................2-13
Overview ................................................................................................................2-13
Installing a Rear Module.......................................................................................................2-14
OG3-FR Series Setup............................................................................................................2-18
GFC-8322 and Reference Overview.....................................................................................2-19
Installing the Controller Card ...............................................................................................2-20
Ethernet Setup ........................................................................................................2-20
Functions of the Network Controller Card .............................................................2-20
Controls and LEDs for the Network Controller Card .............................................2-20
DashBoard and DashBoard Lite Control System Software ....................................2-23
SNMP Monitoring and Control ..............................................................................2-23
Using the LCD Diagnostic Panel ..........................................................................................2-25
Using the Toggle Button.........................................................................................2-25
Fan Filter Maintenance .........................................................................................................2-26
Cleaning the Frame Air Filter .................................................................................2-26
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Replacing the Frame Air Filter ...............................................................................2-27
Replacing the Cooling Fan Module ......................................................................................2-28
Replacing the CFM-OG3 Cooling Fan Module......................................................2-28
Specifications for the OG3-FR Series Frames ......................................................................2-29
Service Information...............................................................................................................2-30
Troubleshooting Checklist ....................................................................................................2-31
Warranty and Repair Policy..................................................................................................2-32
Ordering Information ............................................................................................................2-33
Contact Cobalt Digital Inc. ...................................................................................................2-34
Visit us at the Cobalt Digital Inc. website.............................................................................2-35
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Introduction
In This Chapter
This chapter contains the following sections:
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Overview
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Features
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Documentation Terms and Conventions
A Word of Thanks
Congratulations on choosing the OG3-FR 2RU Frame and Power Supply. The Cobalt Digital Inc.
openGear® line includes video decoders and encoders, audio embedders and de-embedders,
distribution amplifiers, format converters, and much more. Cobalt Digital Inc. openGear® modular
conversion gear will meet your signal conversion needs now, and well into the future.
Should you have questions or concerns pertaining to the installation or operation of your frame, please
contact Cobalt Digital Inc. (Contact information is supplied on the back cover of this manual.) Our
technical staff is always available for consultation, training, or service.
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Introduction • 1-1
Overview
Your openGear frame is a 2RU modular frame, designed to accommodate openGear cards. A complete
list of available openGear cards is available on our website.
Modular Frame Architecture
The openGear frame supports module-dependent rear modules. Rear modules can be ordered with
cards, and are easy and quick to install.
OG3-FR Series Frames
The OG3-FR series frames offers the flexibility of independent rear modules for connectivity to a
wide array of interfaces such as BNC, twisted-pair audio, and fiber. Using the split rear module allows
for up to 20 cards to be installed (noting maximum user net power of 300W limit).
Note that cards and rear modules designed for the 8321 series frames are also supported by the
OG3-FR series frames. However, some cards and rear modules may be designed specifically for the
OG3-FR series frames only. Refer to the documentation for your openGear card for details on the
frames you can use.
Robust Power Supply with Redundancy Option
The openGear frame can accommodate two front-loaded power supplies. However, each frame comes
standard with one power supply. Although a single power supply can fully power a loaded frame, the
addition of a second (optional) power supply gives the frame full power redundancy. Each power
supply is fed by a separate power cord, which is held in position to guard against accidental power loss.
Cooling
The openGear frame has been designed with an advanced cooling architecture to increase ventilation.
An intelligent fan controller adjusts fan speed with changes in frame power loading. Particular attention
has been paid to frame acoustics in order to keep fan noise to a minimum.
The OG3-FR series frame is designed with front-door mounted fans to provide forced air cooling for all
cards, and additional cooling for the power supplies.
Additional Frame Accessories
To help reduce mechanical stress due to cable weight, a rear frame support bracket is available for the
frames.
Available Rear Support Brackets
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Frame Model
Rear Support Bracket
OG3-FR
FSB-OG3
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Features
The following standard features make our openGear frames the best solution for standard and high
definition terminal equipment:
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Two independent looping reference inputs feed all card slots
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Can house any mix of analog, digital, video and audio cards in the same frame
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Available with individual card specific modules for connector flexibility
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Optional redundant power supply is hot-swappable for 24/7 operation
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Power switch is accessible from front of the rack frame
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Power supplies are replaceable from the front of the frame without requiring rearframe access
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Separate power cords to each supply for power feed redundancy
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PowerLock cord retainer mechanism guards against accidental power loss
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Durable powder-coat paint finish
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Removable hinged front door for easy card insertion and removal, and flexibility in
servicing the cooling fans
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Optional Ethernet based Frame Controller for remote setup, monitoring, and control
In addition to the standard features, the following additional features are available on the OG3-FR
series frames:
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Aluminum and steel construction to reduce weight and increase strength
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2RU Frame houses up to 20 cards, dissipating up to 15W per slot
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Robust power supply (300W user net) with two integral cooling fans per power
supply
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Comes standard with the Cooling Fan Module for increased ventilation and enhanced
reliability
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Supports Gigabit Ethernet connectivity to each openGear card in the frame (requires
the optional MFC-8322-N Network Controller Card)
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Supports all existing rear modules designed for the 8321 series frames
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Provides a system alarm LED on the frame front door
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Provides an LCD Diagnostic Panel on frame front that reports the frame name, and
IP address; provides the ability to scroll through these reported error/status
conditions
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Removable door with durable powder-coat paint finish
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Documentation Terms and Conventions
The following terms and conventions are used throughout this manual.
Terms
The following terms are used:
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“20-slot frames” refers to OG3-FR and 8321 series frames and any available options
unless otherwise noted.
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“Board”, and “Card” refer to openGear terminal devices within openGear frames,
including all components and switches.
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“Frame” refers to any openGear frame within your video system.
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“MFC-8322-N” refers to the MFC-8322-N and MFC-8322-NS unless otherwise
indicated.
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“Network Controller Card” refers to the MFC-8322-S, MFC-8322-N, and MFC8322-NS unless otherwise indicated.
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“openGear frame” refers to an openGear® High Density Multi-Definition Frame.
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“Operator” and “User” refer to the person who uses the OG3-FR series frame.
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“PSU1” refers to Power Supply Unit 1 (primary) of the frame.
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“PSU2” refers to Power Supply Unit 2 (secondary) of the frame.
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“System” and “Video system” refer to the mix of interconnected production and
terminal equipment in your environment.
Conventions
The following conventions are used:
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The “Operating Tips” and “Note” boxes are used to provide additional user
information.
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Installation
In This Chapter
This chapter provides basic instructions for installing the openGear frames.
The following topics are discussed:
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Before You Begin
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Installing an OG3-FR Series Frame
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Installing the Rear Support Bars and Brackets
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Front Panel Overview
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Rear Panel Overview
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Power Supply and Power Cables
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Ethernet Connections
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Monitoring
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Ventilation and Cooling
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Installing a Rear Module
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Installing an openGear Card
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Before You Begin
Before proceeding with the instructions in this chapter, ensure that you read the following sections.
Static Discharge
Throughout this chapter, please heed the following cautionary note:
ESD Susceptibility — Static discharge can cause serious damage to sensitive
semiconductor devices. Avoid handling circuit boards in high static environments
such as carpeted areas, and when wearing synthetic fiber clothing. Always
exercise proper grounding precautions when working on circuit boards and related
equipment.
Unpacking
Unpack each openGear frame you received from the shipping container and ensure that all items are
included. If any items are missing or damaged, contact your sales representative or Cobalt Digital Inc.
directly.
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Installing a Frame
This section outlines how to install an openGear frame. The same procedure is used to install a frame
regardless of the model of frame unless otherwise noted.
Overview
The openGear frame mounts in the rack frame by means of four rack screws fastened through the front
mounting ears. This should normally be sufficient to carry the load, including the weight of
accompanying cables. However, in certain applications such as mobile truck installations, it may be
desirable to also support the rear of the frame. The optional Rear Support Bars and Brackets are
specifically engineered to compensate for extra load stress. Refer to the section “Installing Rear
Support Bars and Brackets” for bracket installation instructions.
Installation Requirements
Keep the following in mind when installing your frame:
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Install the frame for maximum stability during operating and in such a way as to
allow adequate ventilation.
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The frame cannot be sealed in a closed container and must be installed in free air
space where the ambient temperature is monitored and controlled to not exceed 40°C
(104°F) at the frame front door airflow intake.
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Ensure that adequate space exists in front and behind the frame and on both sides of
the frame for airflow exhaust.
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The location of the frame should be accessible, dry, and dust-free.
Frame Dimensions
Note that each openGear frame installs in a standard 19” rack.
Frame Dimensions
Frame
Rack Units
Height
Depth
Width
OG3-FR
2 RU
3.5” (8.89cm)
17.7” (45cm)
19” (48.26cm)
OG3-FR Series Frame Mounting Requirements
Under some conditions, the ambient air temperature inside rack-mount cabinets can be greater that the
ambient temperature within a room. For safe long term reliability, ensure the ambient air temperatures
at the OG3-FR series frame front intake area are within the product’s specified operating temperature
range. Adequate ventilation within a rack frame must also be maintained. Ensure to adhere to the
following clearance recommendations:
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Minimum 2” (5.08cm) clearance both right and left-hand side of the chassis sides with
unrestricted vertical airflow.
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Minimum 5” (12.7cm) clearance at the chassis rear with unrestricted vertical airflow..
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Installing the Rear Support Bars and Brackets
Under normal conditions, mounting the frame to the front of the rack with four rack screws should be
sufficient to carry the load, including the weight of accompanying cables. The optional Rear Support
Bars and Brackets are specifically engineered to compensate for extra load stress associated with
certain applications, such as mobile truck installations, to also support the rear of the frame.
Installing the FSB-OG3
This section describes how to attach the FSB-OG3 rear support bars to a OG3-FR series frame.
To install the FSB-OG3
1.
Attach the Rack Mount Arms of the FSB-OG3 to the OG3-FR series frame.
Installing a Rack Mount Arm
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Install the Rail Guides for each Rack Mount Arm.
Installing a Rail Guide
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3.
Secure the Rail Guides and Rack Mount Arms to the rack.
Installing the Hex Nuts
4.
Use the provided Threaded Rubber Bumpers to lock the Rack Mount Arms in place.
Installing the Rubber Bumpers
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Front Panel Overview
The openGear frames provide monitoring features on the front door. This section briefly summarizes
the controls available on each frame model.
OG3-FR Series Frames — Front Panel
1. Diagnostic Panel
3. Door Tabs
2. STATUS/ALARM LED
1. Diagnostic Panel
This area includes a two-line LCD Diagnostic Panel, and a toggle button. The diagnostic panel
displays the following information in a scrolling format:
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The top line in the display cycles through the name assigned to the frame in DashBoard
and the current IP address of the frame (or 0.0.0.0 if none available). The IP address is
configured on the MFC-8322-N Network Controller Card.
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The second line reports errors or alarm conditions from any source. This includes fan
failure alarms, power supply warnings, or errors reported by the cards installed in the
frame. Messages are listed starting with the most recent.
Use the toggle button is used to cycle through the messages on the diagnostic panel when multiple
errors are occurring. It also mutes the audio alarm..
2. STATUS/ALARM LED
Refer to the section “OG3-FR Monitoring Features” for details on this LED.
3. Door Tabs
These tabs enable you to open the frame door and gain access to the interior of the frame. An
alarm is raised when the frame door is opened longer than 5 minutes.
For More Information on…
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LCD Diagnostic Panel, refer to the section “Using the LCD Diagnostic Panel”.
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Rear Panel Overview
The rear panel provides the communication connectors for the openGear frame control and frame-wide
references. The section summarizes the components available on the rear panels.
OG3-FR Series Frames — Rear Panel
1. PSU1 Power Supply Connector
3. Ethernet Communication Port
2. PSU2 Power Supply Connector
4. Reference Connectors
1. PSU1 Power Supply Connector
This connector is the AC Connector for the main power supply.
2. Power Supply Connector
This connector is the AC Connector for the redundant power supply.
3. Ethernet Communication Port
This Ethernet port is an RJ45 connector is used to connect the optional MFC-8322-N Network
Controller card to an external Ethernet network. This Network Controller Card is required to
bridge the external Ethernet network to the local communication bus for monitoring and control of
cards installed in the OG3-FR series frames. Only cards having the Communication bus interface
will be able to be monitored and controlled this way.
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4.
Reference Connectors
Two sets of looping BNC inputs are provided to accept two independent reference signals
supporting the following reference signal types:
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Analog black
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Tri-level sync
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AES/DARS reference
This feature distributes one or two reference signals to all cards in the frame. Cards which need an
external reference use this master reference signal in place of taking the signal from one of the card
BNCs. This provides for ease of installation and reduction in reference cabling requirements. If
this signal is required, it will be mentioned in the user documentation for your openGear card.
If only one reference type is required for the frame, connect it to the REF 1 BNC. If the reference
is not being looped to another frame or device, ensure that the Loop Ref BNC is terminated with
a 75ohm terminator.
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Power Supplies and Power Cable
The openGear frame comes standard with one power supply, with a second optional power supply
available for redundancy. For redundancy, and in applications where the equipment is used in a critical
signal path, we recommend that two power supplies be used in the openGear frame. One A/C power
cable has been provided with each power supply ordered.
For further redundancy, each power cord should be connected to a separate power source for protection
against failure of the A/C power circuit. In the event of one power supply failure, the frame load is
seamlessly transferred to the other redundant power supply. Although the power supply is “hotswappable” turning the power supply off before inserting or removing it from the frame will increase
the life span of the connectors.
Required Power Supplies
The OG3-FR uses the PS-OG3 power supply.
Power Supply Connectors (PSU1, PSU2)
There are two power supply connectors located on the back of the openGear frame:
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PSU1 — This connector is designated as the AC Connector for the main power supply.
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PSU2 — This connector is designated as the AC Connector for the redundant power
supply.
Installing the Frame Power Supply
The PS-OG3 is an auto-sensing supply, capable of working with all world AC standards (100-240V).
Each supply has an indicator LED on the front, and an error detection circuit that will indicate the
conditions.
The PS-OG3 power supplies install on the right and left sides of the OG3-FR series chassis.
To install the power supply
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1.
Carefully unpack the power supply from its box, and retain all packing material for
future use, if required.
2.
Align the power supply into an unused power slot on the right side of the frame.
3.
Push the power supply in firmly to ensure a tight connection at the rear of the frame.
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Power Cable Connection
This section includes information for connecting the power cables for the openGear frames.
Warning Hazardous Voltages — The safe operation of this product
requires that a protective earth connection be provided. This protective earth is
provided by the grounding conductor in the equipment's supply cord. To reduce the
risk of electrical shock to operator and service personnel, this ground conductor
must be connected to an earthed ground.
Warning — In some countries, it may be necessary to supply the correct mains
supply cord. Use only an approved IEC 320 C-13 type A/C line cord rated for a
minimum 10A at 250V and certified for the country of use.
To connect the power cables for an openGear frame
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1.
Connect the cable's female IEC connector to the frame socket marked PSU 1.
2.
If the Redundant Power Supply option is installed, plug the second IEC connector into
PSU 2.
3.
Each AC connector includes a PowerLock, which is designed to retain the power cable
connector. Clip the PowerLock over the shoulder of the inserted AC cable end.
4.
Connect the supplied power cable’s three-prong male connector to an AC outlet.
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Ethernet Connections
You can monitor and control openGear cards in your openGear frame via the DashBoard client
software. This requires a Network Controller card is installed and configured in your openGear
frame. The exact steps for connecting to your facility via an ethernet network depends on the
network requirements of your facility. Contact your IT Department before connecting to your
facility network to ensure that there are no conflicts.
Note — DashBoard uses the open SLP protocol to locate openGear frames on the network.
In larger installations, it is recommended to use an SLP Directory Agent (DA). Contact your IT
Department for more information on whether your facility uses an SLP DA.
OG3-FR Series Frames
The Ethernet port is a standard 10/100/1000 RJ45 Ethernet connector and is used to exchange
information with an external monitoring, or control, system over an ethernet network. You must have
the MFC-8322-N installed in the frame to take advantage of the Gigabit ethernet connectivity available
for cards in the OG3-FR series frame. The table below provides the wiring information based on the
type of Network Controller card installed in the frame.
Use up to 100m of CAT6 cable or better for Gigabit Ethernet network or use up to 100m of CAT5
cable or better for 10/100Mbit Ethernet networks. The Ethernet port has its RJ45 connector wired as a
Network Interface Card (NIC). The Ethernet port does not provide Power-over-Ethernet (PoE).
Pin
Number
Ethernet Port Pinouts
MFC-8322-S
MFC-8322-N
(10/100 Ethernet)
(10/100/1000 Ethernet)
Signal
Signal
1
Tx+
TD1+
2
Tx-
TD1-
3
Rx+
TD2+
4
*
TD2-
5
*
TD3+
6
Rx-
TD3-
7
*
TD4+
8
*
TD4-
* Shorted, 75ohm to Ground
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Monitoring
This section briefly summarizes the LEDs located on the frame doors that provide monitoring features.
OG3-FR Monitoring Features
The table below outlines the LED located on the frame door below the LCD Diagnostic Panel.
Status LED Descriptions
LED
Location
Color
Green
Frame Door Red
Off
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Description
When lit green, this LED indicates correct operation, and no
errors or alarms are occurring.
When lit red, this LED indicates than alarm condition is
present. This can be caused by a fan failure, power supply
problem, or a missing GFC-8322 card. In some cases, certain
cards can trigger the door alarm under specific conditions.
When off, this LED indicates that no power is going to the
door.
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Ventilation and Cooling
Your frame was specially engineered to minimize internal heat buildup and thus improve card
reliability. For information on the power dissipation of openGear cards, refer to the user manual for
your card.
Overview
For applications using less than 40W in a non-ventilated openGear frame, but where the individual card
power consumption is greater than 8W, the cards should be evenly distributed in the frame. This will
prevent the creation of concentrated heat, or unbalanced heat-rise areas, in the frame.
Notice — For reliable performance, it is recommended that the frame door not be
opened for longer than 5 minutes on frames loaded with more than 40W.
OG3-FR Series Frames
The OG3-FR series frames come standard with a Cooling Fan Module installed in the frame door. The
frame and PS-OG3 can supply up to a maximum of 300W of card power, with 15W per card. Under
these ventilated conditions, there is no requirement for extra vertical spacing between the frames. The
OG3-FR series frames can be stacked one on top of the other, a feature that is highly desirable in
densely crowded rack frame environments.
Notice — The two sides of the OG3-FR series frame have perforations that are
needed to ventilate the power supplies and must not be blocked.
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Installing a Rear Module
Depending on the frame model you purchased, there may be variations in the BNC rear I/O modules
connected to it. If the frame was ordered with cards requiring custom rear I/O modules, the appropriate
modules will be installed at the factory or included with the card modules.
Note: Refer to card product manuals or catalog/web pages for rear modules available for the cards
being installed.
BNC/Twisted-Pair Rear I/O Module
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10 BNC Rear I/O Module
Blank Rear I/O Module
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To install a Rear Module in an openGear frame
1.
Ensure that the frame is properly installed.
2.
Locate the card frame slot on the rear of the frame you wish to install the openGear card in.
3.
•
Refer to the manual that accompanied your openGear card to determine if the card
requires installation in a specific slot and which rear modules are supported by your card.
•
Determine the type of rear module you have. When installing a split rear module,
remember that this module still requires two slots even though it accommodates two
cards.
Seat the bottom of the Rear Module in the seating slot at the base of the frame back plane as
shown below.
•
If you are installing a rear module in the OG3-FR series frames, there are two seating
slots. Refer to the section “Rear Modules for the OG3-FR Series Frames” for details.
Rear Module Installation
4.
Align the top screw of the Rear Module with the screw hole on the top edge of the frame back
plane.
5.
Ensure the module aligns with the desired card slot before tightening the screws.
6.
Using a Phillips screwdriver and the supplied screw, fasten the rear module panel to the frame
back plane. Do not over tighten.
7.
Ensure proper frame cooling and ventilation by having all rear frame slots covered with rear
modules or blank metal plates.
8.
Blank Rear Modules (metal cover plates with mounting screw supplied with frame) are used
when the slot does not have a card installed. This helps to ensure proper frame cooling and
ventilation.
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OG3-FR Series Setup
In This Chapter
This chapter provides information on setting up and using the OG3-FR series frame. The OG3-FR
series frame is a 2RU modular frame, designed to accommodate up to 20 openGear cards.
The following topics are discussed:
2-18 • Installation
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GFC-8322 and Reference Overview
•
Using the LCD Diagnostic Panel
•
Rear Modules for the OG3-FR Series Frames
•
Fan Filter Maintenance
•
Replacing the Cooling Fan Module
•
Specifications for the OG3-FR Series Frames
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GFC-8322 and Reference Overview
The GFC-8322 comes standard with every OG3-FR series frame. Its primary function is to distribute
the reference signals to openGear cards installed in the frame. This section provides a general overview
of the GFC-8322.
GFC-8322 Card
Location in Frame
When facing the frame door, the GFC-8322 is located on the left side of the OG3-FR series frame. This
card comes pre-installed in the designated slot immediately to the right of PS1, and is secured with a
metal retaining latch.
Reference Distribution
The GFC-8322 receives the analog reference signals driven to the REF 1 and REF 2 BNCs located on
the rear panel of OG3-FR series frame. The GFC-8322 then distributes both reference signals to each
of the 20 slots in the frame.
Parameter Storage
Frame settings such as the frame IP address, frame name, and the frame serial number are stored on the
GFC-8322 via its Serial EEPROM.
Troubleshooting
During normal operation, the GFC-8322 must never be removed from the OG3-FR series frame. To
ensure this, the metal retaining latch located on the front of the GFC-8322 must be engaged (pushed
down) to prevent accidental removal of the GFC-8322 from its slot.
Verify that the GFC-8322 is properly seated in its slot and the retaining latch is engaged when
troubleshooting any of the following conditions:
•
reference signals are unavailable to the cards installed in the frame
•
loss of network connection or the network settings for the frame were reset to the default
values
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Installing the Controller Card
Use the following procedure to install the MFC-8322-N network controller card:
MFC-8322-N Network Controller Card with Latch Up
1.
With the frame door open and the card latch up, slide the card into the controller slot
(far right slot (22) as viewed from front).
2.
Place the latch in the down position when fully inserted in slot.
Ethernet Setup
Refer to Cobalt® reference guide Remote Control User Guide (PN 9000RCS-RM) for step-by-step
instructions for setting up network remote control of COMPASS™ cards using DashBoard™.
Download a copy of this guide by clicking on the Support > Documents > Reference Guides link at
www.cobaltdigital.com and then select DashBoard Remote Control Setup Guide as a download.
Functions of the Network Controller Card
The MFC-8322-N network controller card performs the following functions:
•
Monitors frame power usage and sets the fan speed accordingly (higher power consumption
requires higher fan speed for adequate cooling). The fans always run at maximum speed for 5
seconds after the fan door is closed, then adjust to the appropriate level based on power
consumption.
•
Monitors the frame door and power supply(s) to ensure that fans in all units are operating
correctly.
•
Monitors the fan door and notifies the user if it is left open too long.
•
Monitors the status of other cards in the frame via the internal bus.
•
Generates alarms if any of the monitored functions develop errors.
•
Provides an Ethernet connection to allow remote monitoring and control of the frame.
Controls and LEDs for the Network Controller Card
This section provides information on the controls and LEDs for the MFC-8322-N controller card.
These are similar to the controls and LEDs on the MFC-8322, with some additional LEDs and DIP
switches. The location of the controls are show in the following figures.
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The LED indicators and controls for fan, alarm, and communication activity are shown in the following
figure.
MFC-8322-N Card Edge Controls
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DIP Switches on the MFC-8322-N
This section briefly summarizes the DIP Switch settings on the card.
SW1, SW2 — IP Address Setup
SW1 and SW2 are used in conjunction with the DashBoard menus to set the IP Address of the card.
Refer to the table above and the card labeling for DIP Switch positions.
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ON — This setting disables the audio alarm.
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OFF — This setting enables the audio alarm.
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SW3 — Master Password Override
SW3 is used to override the Master Password. The Master Password feature limits the card to support
only authenticated connections. Normal default position is off.
SW4
This switch is presently not used and should be left in the default off position.
SNMP Monitoring on the MFC-8322-NS
The MFC-8322-NS provides optional support for remote monitoring and control of your frame and
openGear cards using SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol), which is compatible with many
third-party monitoring and control tools. You must obtain a license key from your openGear sales
representative to enable SNMP support.
DashBoard and DashBoard Lite Control System Software
You can use the DashBoard or DashBoard Lite Control Systems to monitor and control your frames
and controller cards from a computer. The DashBoard software and manual can be downloaded from
the Cobalt Digital Inc. website.
SNMP Monitoring and Control
The MFC-8322-N Network Controller card provides optional support for remote monitoring and
control of your frame and its cards using SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol), which is
compatible with many third-party monitoring and control tools. This section describes how to enable
this feature and how to configure the SNMP software on the card.
Enabling SNMP
You must obtain a license key from Cobalt Digital Inc. to enable SNMP support.
Use the following procedure to obtain your license key:
1.
Request a license key from your distributor or at sales@cobaltdigital.com, quoting
the 8-character hardware-ID provided on the page.
2.
Open the Frame Configuration Page for the frame using DashBoard. OR
Point your web browser to the IP address of the frame.
3.
Select the tab titled SNMP Configuration.
If SNMP has not been enabled, this page will ask you to enter a license key.
4.
Enter the license key in the field provided.
5.
Click Submit.
After a valid license key has been entered, the frame displays the SNMP
configuration page.
This completes the procedure to enable the SNMP agent on the frame.
Configuring SNMP
The SNMP agent on the frame will accept SNMP GET and SET requests on the default SNMP port
(161), using SNMP version 1 or SNMP version 2c. The SNMP commands will send SNMP traps to
one or more notification targets, with user-configurable address, port, and protocol version number.
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Use the following procedure to configure your SNMP Agent:
1.
Open the configuration page for the frame using DashBoard. OR
Point your web browser to the IP address of the frame.
2.
Select the tab titled SNMP Configuration.
3.
Set the required parameters as follows:
4.
5.
Operating
Tip
6.
•
Read Community String  Enter the SNMP password for GET requests.
•
Write Community String  Enter the SNMP password for SET requests.
To add a trap/notification target, specify the following:
•
Target IP address  Enter the IP address to which traps should be sent.
•
Port number  Enter the UDP port number to which traps should be sent.
•
SNMP version  Enter the protocol version to be used for traps to this target.
•
Target community string  Enter the community string.
Click Add to add the target to the list.
To remove a trap/notification target, select the target in the list,
and click Delete.
Click the Submit button to configure the frame.
This completes the procedure to configure your SNMP Agent.
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Using the LCD Diagnostic Panel
The LCD Diagnostic panel is located on the frame front panel and enables you to quickly monitor the
frame. Information is presented in two separate lines of text. The top line alternates displaying the IP
address the frame is currently using and the frame name. The bottom line displays any alarm messages,
such as fan failure, power supply issues, and error conditions that an installed card is currently
reporting. The bottom line reflects the error conditions reported in DashBoard for the frame, and
individual openGear cards installed in that frame.
LCD Display — IP Address of Frame
LCD Display — Frame Name
For More Information on…
•
the types of error conditions that your openGear card reports, refer to the user manual that
came with your card.
•
setting the IP address and frame name in DashBoard, refer to the MFC-8300 Series User
Manual.
Using the Toggle Button
The toggle button is located directly to the left of the LCD Diagnostic Panel and enables you to:
•
mute the audio alarm
•
quickly scroll through the error messages reported on the second line of the diagnostic panel
To clear the audio alarm
1. Press the toggle button once to mute the audio alarm.
To scroll through the messages on the LCD Diagnostic Panel
1.
Press the toggle button multiple times to scroll through the messages. The LCD
Diagnostic Panel organizes the messages starting with the most recent at the top of the
list.
2.
If you are scrolling through the list and a new error condition is reported, the list is
automatically updated and returns you to the beginning of the list.
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Fan Filter Maintenance
Routine maintenance of the fan filter installed in the OG3-FR series frame is highly recommended to
ensure proper airflow through the chassis.
Cleaning the Frame Air Filter
The OG3-FR series frame has a single air filter that is used to prevent dust and airborne particulates
from contaminating the frame. This filter should be cleaned at least once a year; but may need to be
cleaned more frequently in some environments.
To clean the frame air filter
1.
Remove the air filter from the frame door as follows:
2.
Locate the four 3/16”screws (#850-091R) on the frame door faceplate. See below for screw
locations.
OG3-FR Series Frame — Faceplate Screws Location
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Using a Phillips screwdriver, remove the four screws that secure the faceplate. Set the
screws aside.
•
Ensure that the side door tabs are disengaged from the door.
•
Remove the faceplate by gently pulling it towards you while avoiding the Diagnostic
LED Display, the toggle buttons, and the monitoring LED.
•
Gently remove the air filter off the metal protective screen that separates the filter
from the fans.
3.
Brush any loose dust off of the filter.
4.
Place the filter under warm running water to remove any remaining dust. On one side of the
filter is a foam filter material. When rinsing, water should flow out of this side.
5.
Remove the filter from the water and thoroughly pat dry with a towel to remove any moisture.
6.
Replace the clean, dry filter into the frame door as follows:
•
Place the clean air filter across the metal protective screen, orienting it in the same
position you found it in during step 1.
•
Install the faceplate by gently fitting it back onto the frame door, ensuring the
faceplate does not interfere with the Diagnostic LED Display, the toggle button, and
the monitoring LED.
•
Verify that the side door tabs are seated properly in the cutouts on the frame door
bracket.
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Using a Phillips screwdriver, secure the faceplate using the four screws removed
during step 1.
Replacing the Filter and Door
Replacing the Frame Air Filter
Should you need to replace the frame air filter in your OG3-FR series frame, you can order the Air
Filter Kit (AFK-OG3) from your openGear sales representative.
To replace the frame air filter
1.
2.
Remove the old air filter from the frame door as follows:
•
Using a Phillips screwdriver, remove the four 3/16”screws (#850-091R) screws that
secure the faceplate. Set the screws aside.
•
Ensure that the side door tabs are disengaged from the door.
•
Remove the faceplate by gently pulling it towards you while avoiding the Diagnostic LED
Display, the toggle button, and the monitoring LED.
•
Gently remove the air filter off the metal protective screen that separates the filter from
the fans.
Install the new filter into the frame door as follows:
•
Place the new air filter across the metal protective screen, orienting it in the same position
you found it in during step 1.
•
Install the faceplate by gently fitting it back onto the frame door, ensuring the faceplate
does not interfere with the Diagnostic LED Display, the toggle button, and the monitoring
LED on the frame door.
•
Verify that the side door tabs are seated properly in the cutouts on the frame door bracket.
•
Using a Phillips screwdriver, secure the faceplate using the four screws removed during
step 1.
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Replacing the Cooling Fan Module
The OG3-FR series frames come standard with the Cooling Fan Module (CFM-OG3) pre-installed
in the frame door as original equipment from the factory. However, if you need to replace the
cooling fan module, the CFM-OG3 Replacement Kit is for field installation.
Replacing the CFM-OG3 Cooling Fan Module
The CFM-OG3 Replacement Kit includes the fan board and filter pre-installed in a new OG3-FR
series frame door. You will need to remove the old door from your OG3-FR series frame and
replace it with the new door.
To replace the CFM-OG3 Cooling Fan Module
1.
Carefully remove the old door from the frame as follows:
2.
Gently pull the side door tabs towards the center of the door, releasing the door from the
frame. The door extender arms prevent the door from falling.
OG3-FR Series Frame Door — Open
3.
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Using both hands, pull the door towards you.
•
Tilt the door upward until the arms match the cutout.
•
Gently push the door extender arms in and over the retaining bolts and unhook from the
frame.
•
Remove the door and place it on a clean, flat, static-free surface.
Install the new door in the frame as follows:
•
Using both hands, with the door tilted up, slide the new door into the frame while pushing
the extender arms in and over the retaining bolts.
•
Pull and release the door tabs to ensure the frame door is securely locked to the OG3-FR
series frame and that the tabs latch into the frame.
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Specifications for the OG3-FR Series Frames
This section includes the technical specifications table for the OG3-FR series frame. Note that
specifications are subject to change without notice.
OG3-FR Series Frame Technical Specifications
Category
PS-OG3
Power Supply
Dimensions
Parameter
Specification
Input
100-240VAC, 47-63Hz, 500W
Output 1
12V, 28A, 336W nominal
Output 2
-7.5V, 5A, 37.5W nominal
Total
Sum of both outputs not to exceed 375W maximum
Height
2RU 3.5" (8.89cm)
Width
19" (48.26cm)
Depth
17.7” (45cm)
Weight with two PS-OG3 installed
20lb (9.07kg)
Number of Slots (User)
20
Per card occupying 4 slots: 5A, 60W
Max. Power: +12V Rail
Per card occupying 1 slot: 1.25A, 15W
Frame Card
Slots
Per card occupying 4 slots: 0.8A, 6W
Max. Power: -7.5V Rail
Total
Reference
Inputs
Environmental
Per card occupying 2 slots: 2.5A, 30W
Per card occupying 2 slots: 0.4A, 3W
Per card occupying 1 slot: 0.2A, 1.5W
300W, total power consumption not to exceed 15W
maximum per card slot
Number of Inputs
2 looping
Level
Impedance
Return Loss
Max DC on Ref Input
1Vpp nominal
Analog video sync (black burst or tri-level), or
AES/EBU DARS
75ohm terminating
>30dB to 30MHz
±1V
Ambient temperature range
0ºC to 40ºC (32°F to 104°F)
Humidity, non-condensing
<95%
Signal
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Service Information
In This Chapter
This chapter contains the following sections:
2-30 • Installation
•
Troubleshooting Checklist
•
Warranty and Repair Policy
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Troubleshooting Checklist
Routine maintenance to this openGear product is not required. In the event of problems with your
OG3-FR series frame, the following basic troubleshooting checklist may help identify the source of the
problem. If the frame still does not appear to be working properly after checking all possible causes,
please contact your openGear products distributor, or the Technical Support department at the numbers
listed under the “Contact Us” section at the end of this manual.
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1.
Visual Review – Performing a quick visual check may reveal many problems, such
as connectors not properly seated or loose cables. Check the card, the frame, and any
associated peripheral equipment for signs of trouble.
2.
Power Check – Check the power indicator LED on the distribution frame front panel
for the presence of power. If the power LED is not illuminated, verify that the power
cable is connected to a power source and that power is available at the power main.
Confirm that the power supplies are fully seated in their slots. If the power LED is
still not illuminated, replace the power supply with one that is verified to work.
3.
Input Signal Status – Verify that source equipment is operating correctly and that a
valid signal is being supplied.
4.
Output Signal Path – Verify that destination equipment is operating correctly and
receiving a valid signal.
5.
Unit Exchange – Exchanging a suspect unit with a unit that is known to be working
correctly is an efficient method for localizing problems to individual units.
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Warranty and Repair Policy
Cobalt Digital Inc. Limited Warranty
This product is warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of five (5)
years from the date of shipment to the original purchaser, except that 4000, 5000, 6000, 8000 series
power supplies, and Dolby® modules (where applicable) are warranted to be free from defects in
material and workmanship for a period of one (1) year.
Cobalt Digital Inc.'s (“Cobalt”) sole obligation under this warranty shall be limited to, at its option, (i)
the repair or (ii) replacement of the product, and the determination of whether a defect is covered under
this limited warranty shall be made at the sole discretion of Cobalt.
This limited warranty applies only to the original end-purchaser of the product, and is not assignable or
transferrable therefrom. This warranty is limited to defects in material and workmanship, and shall not
apply to acts of God, accidents, or negligence on behalf of the purchaser, and shall be voided upon the
misuse, abuse, alteration, or modification of the product. Only Cobalt authorized factory
representatives are authorized to make repairs to the product, and any unauthorized attempt to repair
this product shall immediately void the warranty. Please contact Cobalt Technical Support for more
information.
To facilitate the resolution of warranty related issues, Cobalt recommends registering the product by
completing and returning a product registration form. In the event of a warrantable defect, the
purchaser shall notify Cobalt with a description of the problem, and Cobalt shall provide the purchaser
with a Return Material Authorization (“RMA”). For return, defective products should be double boxed,
and sufficiently protected, in the original packaging, or equivalent, and shipped to the Cobalt Factory
Service Center, postage prepaid and insured for the purchase price. The purchaser should include the
RMA number, description of the problem encountered, date purchased, name of dealer purchased from,
and serial number with the shipment.
Cobalt Digital Inc. Factory Service Center
2406 E. University Avenue
Office: (217) 344-1243
Urbana, IL 61802 USA
Fax:
www.cobaltdigital.com
Email: info@cobaltdigital.com
(217) 344-1245
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES
EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND OF ALL OTHER OBLIGATIONS OR
LIABILITIES ON COBALT'S PART. ANY SOFTWARE PROVIDED WITH, OR FOR USE WITH,
THE PRODUCT IS PROVIDED “AS IS.” THE BUYER OF THE PRODUCT ACKNOWLEDGES
THAT NO OTHER REPRESENTATIONS WERE MADE OR RELIED UPON WITH RESPECT TO
THE QUALITY AND FUNCTION OF THE GOODS HEREIN SOLD. COBALT PRODUCTS ARE
NOT AUTHORIZED FOR USE IN LIFE SUPPORT APPLICATIONS.
COBALT'S LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, TORT, WARRANTY, OR OTHERWISE, IS
LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT, AT ITS OPTION, OF ANY DEFECTIVE
PRODUCT, AND SHALL IN NO EVENT INCLUDE SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING LOST PROFITS), EVEN IF IT HAS BEEN
ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
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Ordering Information
Your openGear® 2RU Frame and Power Supply is a part of the openGear® family of products.
Standard Equipment
•
OG3-FR Digital Products Frame and Power Supply with Cooling Fans
(2RU, holds 20 cards maximum)
Optional Equipment
•
PS-OG3 Power Supply, 300W user net (redundancy option power supply for Cobalt
Digital Inc. OG3-FR series 2RU digital product frames)
•
MFC-8322-N openGear® 2RU Frame Controller with Network Interface
(upgrade controller card with Ethernet communication capability for use with OG3-FR
frames)
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Contact Us
Contact Cobalt Digital Inc.
PHONE
E-MAIL
POSTAL
SERVICE
General Business Office
and Technical Support
217.344.1243
Fax
217.344.1245
General Information
Info@cobaltdigital.com
Sales Information
Sales@cobaltdigital.com
Cobalt Digital Inc.
2406 East University Avenue
Urbana, IL 61802 USA
Visit us at the Cobalt Digital Inc. website.
http://www.cobaltdigital.com/
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•
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•
Trade show information
•
Dealer information
•
Cobalt Digital Inc. news
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