UFH-72RS Operation manual [PDF:579.4KB]

UFH-72RS Operation manual [PDF:579.4KB]
OPERATION
MANUAL
UFH-RS SERIES
HD/SD Routing Switcher
UFH-72RS
UFH-74RS
1st Edition
Precautions
Important Safety Warnings
[Power]
Stop
Do not place or drop heavy or sharp-edged objects on power cord. A damaged cord
can cause fire or electrical shock hazards. Regularly check power cord for
excessive wear or damage to avoid possible fire / electrical hazards.
[Circuitry Access]
Stop
Do not touch any parts / circuitry with a high heat factor.
Capacitors can retain enough electric charge to cause mild to serious shock, even
after power is disconnected. Capacitors associated with the power supply are
especially hazardous. Avoid contact with any capacitors.
Hazard
Unit should not be operated or stored with cover, panels, and / or casing removed.
Operating unit with circuitry exposed could result in electric shock / fire hazards or
unit malfunction.
[Potential Hazards]
Caution
If abnormal smells or noises are noticed coming from the unit, turn power off
immediately and disconnect power cord to avoid potentially hazardous conditions. If
problems similar to above occur, contact authorized service representative before
attempting to again operate unit.
[Consumables]
Caution
The consumables used in unit must be replaced periodically. For further details on
which parts are consumables and when they should be replaced, refer to the
specifications at the end of the Operation Manual. Since the service life of the
consumables varies greatly depending on the environment in which they are used,
they should be replaced at an early date. For details on replacing the consumables,
contact your dealer.
Upon Receipt
Unpacking
UFH-72/74RS units and their accessories are fully inspected and adjusted prior to shipment.
Operation can be performed immediately upon completing all required connections and
operational settings.
Check your received items against the packing lists below.
ITEM
QTY
REMARKS
UFH-72RS
UFH-74RS
1
Front module
Rear module
REMOTE connector module
Operation Manual
1
This manual
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1
1
Check
Check to ensure no damage has occurred during shipment. If damage has occurred, or items
are missing, inform your supplier immediately.
Table of Contents
1. Prior to Starting ...........................................................................................................................1
1-1. Welcome .............................................................................................................................1
1-2. About the UFH-72/74RS .....................................................................................................1
1-3. About This Manual ..............................................................................................................1
2. Panel Descriptions ......................................................................................................................2
2-1. Front Panel .........................................................................................................................2
2-2. Rear Panel..........................................................................................................................3
3. Connection..................................................................................................................................4
4. Operation ....................................................................................................................................5
4-1. Power ON ...........................................................................................................................5
4-2. Control Panel Operation .....................................................................................................6
5. Internal Settings ..........................................................................................................................8
5-1. Dipswitch Settings...............................................................................................................8
5-2. Rotary Switch Settings......................................................................................................12
5-3. Jumper Settings ................................................................................................................13
6. Remote Control.........................................................................................................................14
6-1. REMOTE Connector .........................................................................................................14
6-2. GPI Control .......................................................................................................................15
6-2-1. GPI Circuit and Connection Example........................................................................16
6-3. Serial Communication.......................................................................................................17
6-3-1. RS-232C Interface ....................................................................................................17
6-3-2. RS-422 Interface.......................................................................................................18
6-3-3. Communication Parameters .....................................................................................19
6-4. Control Commands ...........................................................................................................20
6-4-1. Crosspoint Switching Commands (Standard) ...........................................................20
6-4-2. Preset Switching .......................................................................................................21
6-4-3. Status Request Commands ......................................................................................22
6-4-4. Response Message ..................................................................................................23
6-4-5. Control Commands and ASCII Codes.......................................................................25
7. If Problems Occur .....................................................................................................................28
8. Specifications and Dimensions .................................................................................................29
8-1. Unit Specifications.............................................................................................................29
8-2. External Dimensions .........................................................................................................30
8-2-1. UFH-72RS/UFH-74RS..............................................................................................30
1. Prior to Starting
1-1. Welcome
Congratulations! By purchasing UFH-72RS or UFH-74RS Routing Switcher, you have entered
the world of FOR-A and its many innovative products. Thank you for your patronage and we
hope you will turn to FOR-A products again and again to satisfy your video and audio needs.
FOR-A provides a wide range of products, from basic support units to complex system
controllers, which have been increasingly joined by products for computer video based systems.
Whatever your needs, talk to your FOR-A representative. We will do our best to be of continuing
service to you.
1-2. About the UFH-72/74RS
The UFH-72RS and UFH-74RS are the module type digital video routing switchers that can be
installed in the FOR-A's UFH series frame rack, and capable of handling 4 inputs and 2 outputs
or 4 inputs and 4 outputs of HD/SD SDI signals.
Installable on UFH-108/108A or UFH-112/112A system frame
1.485Gbps(HD)/143 Mbps to 270 Mbps(SD) SDI signals are supported
DVB-ASI format is supported
Cable compensation function supports: HD SDI 100m (5C FB) SD SDI 200m (5C 2V)
Featured re-clock function to minimize jittering
Crosspoint switching by front panel operation is possible, and disabling panel operation is
also possible
GPI control and tally output, RS-232C/422 interface control possible.
Crosspoint switching during V blanking is supported with reference sync signal input to UFH
series frame rack.
1-3. About This Manual
This manual is intended to help the user easily operate the UFH72/74RS and make full use of its
functions during operations. Before connecting or operating your unit, read this operation
manual thoroughly to ensure you understand the product. After reading, it is important to keep
this manual in a safe place and available for reference.
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2. Panel Descriptions
2-1. Front Panel
Connectors and indicators located on the front panel of the UFH-72/74RS are as shown and
described in the following figures and texts.
UFH-72RS
(1)
(2)
POWER
OPERATE
(3)
(4)
OUTPUT
INPUT
(5)
(6)
SET
SELECT
SELECTED
1
2
DETECTED
1
2
3
4
UFH-72RS
UFH-72RS
UFMH-74RS
(1)
(2)
POWER
OPERAT E
SELECTED
1
DETECTED
2
(3)
(4)
(5)
OUTPUT
INPUT
SET
3
4
1
2
3
4
(6)
SELECT
UFH-74R S
UFH-74RS
(1) Power indicator
Indicatior lights green when power switch is set to ON and power is
applied to the module.
(2) OPERATE/LOCK switch, Indicator
Used to set operation lock function on front panel switches.
Switch up:
Enables the operation.
Switch down: Disables the operation.
Indicator lights green when front panel operation is disabled.
(3) OUTPUT indicators 1 to 4
SELECTED: The selected output channel indicator lights green.
DETECTED: Lights green to indicate the presence of signal at the output channel.
(4) INPUT indicators 1 to 4
SLECTED:
The selected input channel indicator lights green. It flashes while making
channel selection.
DETECTED: Lights green to indicate the presence of signal at the input channel.
(5) SET button
Used to confirm input/output channel selection,and execute switching.
When Operation Lock is set, this operation is invalid.
(6) SELECT buttons Used to select output/input channels.
These buttons function regardless of the operation lock setting.
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2-2. Rear Panel
Connectors and items located on the rear panel of the UFH-72/74RS are as shown and
described in the following figures and texts.
UFH-72RS
(3)
(4)
REMOTE 1
HD/SD 1
HD/SD 2
HD/SD 3
REMOTE 2
HD/SD 4
HD/SD 1
HD/SD 2
OUTPUT
INPUT
(1)
UFH-72RS
UFH-72RS
(2)
UFH-74RS
(3)
(4)
REMOTE 1
HD/SD 1
HD/SD 2
HD/SD 3
REMOTE 2
HD/SD 4
HD/SD 1
INPUT
HD/SD 2
HD/SD 3
OUTPUT
(1)
(2)
(1) HD/SD INPUT 1 to 4
Used for HD/SD-SDI signal input connection.
(2) HD/SD OUTPUT 1 to 4
Used for HD/SD-SDI signal output connection.
(3) REMOTE connector 1
Used for external control connection. 25 pin D-sub, female.
External control can be made via GPI or RS-232C interface.
(4) REMOTE connector 2
Used for external control connection. 25 pin D-sub, female.
External control can be made via GPI or RS-422 interface.
3
UFH-74RS
HD/SD 4
UFH-74RS
3. Connection
Set up the connection with UFH-72RS or UFH-74RS and other peripherals as shown below. For
the installation of these modules to UFH system frame unit, see the operation manual of UFH
System frame unit.
Connection example of UFH-74RS
UFH system frame unit
HD SDI signal
or
SD SDI signal
HD/SD
IN 1
HD/SD
OUT 1
HD/SD
IN 2
HD/SD
OUT 2
HD/SD
IN 3
HD/SD
OUT 3
HD/SD
IN 4
HD/SD
OUT 4
UFH-74RS
Reference signal*
GENLOCK IN
* Inputting reference signal to UFH system
frame unit will supply reference signal to
UFH-74RS. This signal will be the
reference sync signal for the switching
point.
4
HD SDI signal
or
SD SDI signal
4. Operation
4-1. Power ON
1) Remove the two screws at the both sides of front panel, and open the front panel of the
system frame.
POWER
1
POWER
2
GENLOCK
1
2
FAN
ALARM
TEMP DC POW
GENLOCK
1
2
FAN
ALARM
TEMP DC POW
UFH-112
SYSTEM FRAME
2) Turn on the power switches.
POW ER
SELECT
SET
INPUT
OU TPUT
OPERATE
SELECTED
1
DETECTED
2
1
2
1
2
3
4
UFH-72RS
UFH-74RS
POW ER
SELECT
SET
I NPUT
OU TPUT
OPERATE
SELECTED
1
DETECTED
2
3
4
UFH-72RS
UFH-74RS
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4-2. Control Panel Operation
In UFH-72RS or UFH-74RS, crosspoint switching can be made by button operations on the front
panel.
UFH-74RS
OUTPUT
POWER
OPERAT E
SELECTED
1
DETECTED
2
3
1
2
3
SELECT
SET
INPUT
4
4
UFH-74R S
UFH-74RS
Setting
OPERATE/LOCK switch
Crosspoint
Factory Default
OPERATE
OUT 1 - IN 1
OUT 2 - IN 2
OUT 3 - IN 3
OUT 4 - IN 4
Description
UFH-74RS only
UFH-74RS only
OPERATE/LOCK operation
Switch
Description
Used to set operation lock function ON/OFF.
Switch up:
Lock function OFF
Switch down: Lock function ON
When the LOCK function is ON, the left indicator lights green and
control panel operation is disabled.
Operation via GPI input or Serial interface is valid regardless of Lock
function setting.
OPERATE
*LOCK
OUTPUT LED
LED
- OUTPUT SELECTED
DETECTED
1
2
3
4
Description
Indicates output channel status.
SELECTED (top): Indicator for selected output channel lights green.
DETECTED (bottom): Lights green to indicate the presence of
signal at the channel.
INPUT LED
LED
- INPUT SELECTED
DETECTED
1
2
3
4
Description
Indicates input channel status.
SELECTED (top): Indicator for selected input channel lights green.
It flashes while making selection of input channel.
DETECTED (bottom): Lights green to indicate the presence of
signal at the channel.
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SELECT operation
Button
- SELECT -
Description
Used to select output channel and input channel for crosspoint
switching.
These buttons function regardless of the operation lock setting.
SET operation
Button
SET
Description
Used to confirm the selection of output channels and input channels
for crosspoint switching. At the time the input channel is determined,
the crosspoint switching is processed.
When operation lock is set, this button operation is disabled.
Operation procedure
Power ON
Turn ON the UFH system frame unit.
↓
Select output
channel
Select output channel for crosspoint
switching by operating SELECT button.
The selection is indicated on OUTPUT
and INPUT LEDs.
↓
Confirm output
channel
Press SET button to confirm output
channel. After the confirmation is made,
selected INPUT LED starts to flash.
↓
Select input
channel
Select input channel for crosspoint
switching by operating SELECT button.
The selection is indicated on INPUT
LED.
↓
Confirm input
channel
Press SET button to confirm input
channel. After the confirmation is made
crosspoint switching is processed, and
INPUT selected LED stop flashing and
stay lit.
Repeat the procedure.
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See section 4-1. "Power
ON"
5. Internal Settings
5-1. Dipswitch Settings
The following settings and changing can be made at dipswitches S1 to S4 on FRONT card
inside the UFH-72RS or UFH-74RS.
S3
S4
GPI_F
S1
S2
FRONT
Initial settings and serial interface settings
Function table for S1
Pin
no.
Function
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
INITIAL SETTING
-
-
-
-
-
BIT RATE
SETTING
Setting
OFF
NORMAL
-
-
-
-
-
OFF
OFF
9,600
ON
OFF
Factory
default
ON
INITIAL
-
-
-
-
-
19,200
OFF
ON
38,400
ON
ON
4,800
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Initial setting (S1-1)
When this is set to ON at the start up, connections between outputs and inputs are backed to
one-to-one status. (INPUT1 selected for OUTPUT1, INPUT2 selected for OUTPUT2,
INPUT3 selected for OUTPUT3 and INPUT4 selected for OUTPUT4.)
Bit Rate setting
Select the bit rate for the RS-232C or RS-422 serial communication from 9,600bps,
19,200bps, 38,400bps or 4,800bps.
Other setting
Do not change the settings of other switches.
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Video signal manual setting
Function table for S2
Pin
no.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Setting
Function
OUTPUT 1
Signal setting
OUTPUT 2
Signal setting
OUTPUT 3
Signal setting
OUTPUT 4
Signal setting
OFF
OFF
ON
1.485G
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
1.485G
270M
ON
1.485G
OFF
OFF
ON
270M
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
270M
OFF
1.485G
Factory
default
ON
OFF
ON
270M
OFF
ON
177M
/ ASI
ON
177M
/ ASI
ON
177M
/ ASI
ON
177M
/ ASI
ON
143M
ON
143M
ON
143M
ON
ON
143M
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Output 1 signal setting (S2-1, S2-2)
When Video mode (S3-1) is set to Manual (ON) for output channel 1, select video signal from
1.485Gbps, 270Mbps, 177Mbps/DVB-ASI or 143Mbps.
Output 2 signal setting (S2-3, S2-4)
When Video mode (S3-1) is set to Manual (ON) for output channel 2, select video signal from
1.485Gbps, 270Mbps, 177Mbps/DVB-ASI or 143Mbps.
Output 3 signal setting (S2-1, S2-2)
When Video mode (S3-1) is set to Manual (ON) for output channel 3, select video signal from
1.485Gbps, 270Mbps, 177Mbps/DVB-ASI or 143Mbps.
Output 4 signal setting (S2-3, S2-4)
When Video mode (S3-1) is set to Manual (ON) for output channel 4, select video signal from
1.485Gbps, 270Mbps, 177Mbps/DVB-ASI or 143Mbps.
*Regarding Video mode, see Function table S3.
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Function table for S3
Pin
no.
Function
1
2
3
4
VIDEO MODE
DVB-ASI MODE
ALARM SWITCH
REFERENCE
MODE
5
6
7
8
REFERENCE
SETTING
Setting
OFF
AUTO
DVB-ASI
ALARM SWITCH OFF
ON
MANUAL
177Mbps
ALARM SWITCH ON
AUTO
MANUAL
000
525/60i
001
625/50i
010
1080/60i
011
1080/50i
100
720/60p
101
720/50p
110
1080/24p
111
720/24p
0 : OFF, 1 : ON
Factory
default
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Video Mode (S3-1)
Select video signal setting mode for output channels from Automatic setting (OFF: AUTO)
and Manual setting (ON: MANUAL). For manual setting, see Function table for S2.
DVB-ASI Mode (S3-2)
Set to OFF to use DVB-ASI signal at each output channel. Set to ON to use 177Mbps signal.
This selection should be made regardless of Format mode (S3-1). DVB-ASI signal and
177Mbps signal cannot be used at the same time.
Alarm Switch (S3-4)
Select Alarm switch setting invalid (OFF) or valid (ON) for output channels from.
*Alarm Switch function
Monitors each output channel signal, and when signal loss is detected at a channel,
automatically change the output channel to one with signal.
The priority is set from input 1 to input 4, as input 1 is the highest and input 4 is the lowest
priority.
Reference Mode (S3-5)
Select setting mode for reference signal format from Automatic setting (OFF: AUTO) or
Manual setting (ON: MANUAL). For manual setting, see Reference Setting (S3-6, S3-7 and
S3-8).
Reference Setting (S3-6, S3-7 and S3-8)
When Reference Mode is set to Manual (ON), select reference signal format from 525/60i,
625/50i, 1080/60i, 1080/50i, 720/60p, 720/50p, 1080/24p or 720/24p.
Other switches
Do not change the settings for other switches.
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Function table for S4
Pin
no.
Function
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
REFERENCE SEL
-
SWITCHING
FIELD
Setting
OFF
GENLOCK IN 1
-
ODD/
EVEN
OFF
OFF
SWITCHING
POINT(H)
ON
OFF
ODD
only
NO ADD DELAY
NO ADD DELAY
NO ADD DELAY
NO ADD DELAY
Factory
default
ON
GENLOCK IN 2
-
OFF
ON
EVEN
only
ON
ON
ADD 4µs DELAY
ADD 8µs DELAY
ADD 16µs DELAY
ADD 32µs DELAY
-
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Reference Sel (S4-1)
Select reference signal from external reference signals at GENLOCK IN 1 or 2 of UFH
system frame unit.
Switching Field (S4-3, S4-4)
Select a field for crosspoint switching when interlace format is selected for reference signal.
This setting is invalid, when progressive format is selected for reference signal. Do not set
both S4-3 and S4-4 to ON.
Switching Point (H) (S4-5, S4-6, S4-7, S4-8)
Set switching point for crosspoint switching based on the external reference sync signal. If
the given value is exceeded the actual line period, the value is automatically modified to the
maximum value of the setting range given below.
*Setting range for each format
525/60i, 625/50i
:0µs~60µs
720/23.38p, 24p, 25p
:0µs~52µs
720/29.97p, 30p
:0µs~44µs
1080/23.38p, 24p
:0µs~36µs
1080/50i, 25p
:0µs~32µs
1080/59.94i, 60i, 29.97p, 30p
:0µs~28µs
720/50p
:0µs~24µs
720/59.94p, 60p
:0µs~20µs
Other switches
Do not change the settings for other switches.
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5-2. Rotary Switch Settings
The following settings and changes can be made at rotary switches S5 to S7 on FRONT card
inside UFH-72RS or UFH-74RS.
S7
S5
S6
GPI_F
FRONT
Function table for S5, S6 and S7
No.
Function
Setting
Factory
default
S5
S6
S7
SWITCHING
POINT(V)
ADD ( x 1) LINE DELAY
ADD ( x 16) LINE DELAY
ADD ( x 256) LINE DELAY
0
0
0
Switching Point (V) (S5 to S7)
Set the point for crosspoint switching based on the external reference sync signal. In this
setting the switching point is set to the line counted from the starting point of vertical
synchronizing signal in a field. If the given value is exceeded the actual number of lines in the
field, the value is automatically modified to the maximum value of the setting range shown
below.
*Setting range for each format
525/60i
625/50i
1080/59.94i, 60i, 50i
720/59.94p, 60p, 50p, 29.97p, 30p, 25p, 23.38p, 24p
1080/29.97p, 30p, 25p, 23.38p, 24p
*Switching point setting example
Format
Switching point
28µs on 10th and
525/60i
273rd line
625/50i
1080/59.94i, 60i
720/59.94p, 60p
28µs on 6th and
319th line
12µs on 7th and
569th line
8µs on 7th line
:0~263
:0~313
:0~563
:0~749
:0~1124
S4-5
S4-6
S4-7
S4-8
S5
S6
S7
ON
ON
ON
OFF
6
0
0
ON
ON
ON
OFF
5
0
0
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
6
0
0
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
6
0
0
IMPORTANT
To perform the crosspoint switching at the switching point set above during the vertical
blanking period, all video signals to be switched should be synchronized.
Switching signals of different clock rates is executed at the switching point determined
by external reference sync signal (GENLOCK IN).
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5-3. Jumper Settings
The following settings and changes can be made at jumper pins S1 to S5 on FRONT card or
jumper pins S1 to S4 on GPI_F CARD inside UFH-72RS or UFH-74RS.
JP2
JP1
GPI_F
FRONT
JP1
JP3
JP4
JP2 JP4 JP5
Front Card: JP1
For maintenance use only. Do not change this setting.
Front Card: JP2
Used to select serial interface input signal. Short 1-2.
Front Card: JP4, JP5
For maintenance use only. Short 2-3 for both JP4 and JP5.
GPI_F CARD: JP1
Used to select the internal or external DC power supply for GPI input control of output 1 and
2. To use the internal +5V power for switching by the GPI input, set the jumper to INT_V. To
use the external DC power (input from REMOTE1 connector) for switching by the GPI input,
set the jumper to EXT_V.
GPI_F CARD: JP2
Used to adjust the DC input voltage level of REMOTE 1 connector. If the voltage is lower than
8V, set the jumper to UNDER_8V. If the voltage is higher than 8V, set the jumper to
OVER_8V.
GPI_F CARD: JP3
Used to select the internal or external DC power supply for GPI input control of output 3 and
4. To use the internal +5V power for switching by the GPI input, set the jumper to INT_V. To
use the external DC power (input from REMOTE2 connector), set the jumper to EXT_V.
*This setting is not valid for UFH-72RS.
GPI_F CARD: JP4
Used to adjust the DC input voltage level of REMOTE 2 connector. If the voltage is lower than
8V, set the jumper to UNDER_8V. If the voltage is higher than 8V, set the jumper to
OVER_8V.
*This setting is not valid for UFH-72RS.
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6. Remote Control
Crosspoint switching can be remotely controlled via GPI I/O or RS-232C/422 interface by using
the two REMOTE connectors. REMOTE1 connector can be used for RS-232C or GPI.
REMOTE2 connector can be used for RS-422 or GPI. For the details of the control settings, see
section 5 "Internal Settings".
6-1. REMOTE Connector
1) Specification
Unit receptacle
Plug
25pin D-sub socket contact
25pin D-sub pin contact
Connector
(female)
(male)
Voltage rating
30VDC
Signal pins (1 to 8, 14 to 21pin): 20mA,
Current rating
Voltage pin (9,22pin): 500mA
*Use inch type screws for rock screws.
2) Pin arrangement
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6-2. GPI Control
REMOTE1 Connector pin assignment
Pin no.
REMOTE 1
1
Select IN1 for OUT1
2
Select IN2 for OUT1
3
Select IN3 for OUT1
4
Select IN4 for OUT1
5
Select IN1 for OUT2
6
Select IN2 for OUT2
7
Select IN3 for OUT2
8
Select IN4 for OUT2
9
+5VDC output
10
Ground
11
(For RS-232C)
12
(For RS-232C)
13
Open
Pin no.
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
REMOTE 1
Tally output when select IN1 for OUT1
Tally output when select IN2 for OUT1
Tally output when select IN3 for OUT1
Tally output when select IN4 for OUT1
Tally output when select IN1 for OUT2
Tally output when select IN2 for OUT2
Tally output when select IN3 for OUT2
Tally output when select IN4 for OUT2
DC power input for GPI input control
Ground
(For RS-232C)
(For RS-232C)
IMPORTANT
For the safe use, please follow the guidelines below;
Do not exceed the rated current / voltage of the connector. Also be careful not to
exceed the rated current of the connection cord.
When RS-232C is not to be used, do not connect anything to the pins for RS-232C.
REMOTE2 Connector pin assignment
Pin no.
REMOTE 1
Pin no.
REMOTE 1
1
Select IN1 for OUT3
14
Tally output when select IN1 for OUT3
2
Select IN2 for OUT3
15
Tally output when select IN2 for OUT3
3
Select IN3 for OUT3
16
Tally output when select IN3 for OUT3
4
Select IN4 for OUT3
17
Tally output when select IN4 for OUT3
5
Select IN1 for OUT4
18
Tally output when select IN1 for OUT4
6
Select IN2 for OUT4
19
Tally output when select IN2 for OUT4
7
Select IN3 for OUT4
20
Tally output when select IN3 for OUT4
8
Select IN4 for OUT4
21
Tally output when select IN4 for OUT4
9
+5VDC output
22
DC power input for GPI input control
10
Ground
23
Ground
11
(For RS-422)
24
(For RS-422)
12
(For RS-422)
25
(For RS-422)
13
Open
*In UFH-72RS, GPI input and tally output pins of REMOTE 2 are not used.
IMPORTANT
For the safe use, please follow the guidelines below;
Do not exceed the rated current / voltage of the connector. Also be careful not to
exceed the rated current of the connection cord.
When RS-422 is not to be used, do not connect anything to the pins for RS-422.
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6-2-1. GPI Circuit and Connection Example
GPI input circuit
OVER_8V UNDER_8V
External voltage supply (Max 30V)
GPI_F CARD
JP2,JP4
2.7kΩ
+5V
INT_V
EXT_V
GPI_F CARD
JP1,JP3
1kΩ
GPI input
Internal circuit
1mA~20mA
Input signal: When using pulse signal, the pulse width should be 20ms or more.
GPI output circuit
+5V
+5VDC output
Internal circuit
GPI output
Max 20mA
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6-3. Serial Communication
6-3-1. RS-232C Interface
REMOTE1 Connector pin assignment
The pin assignments of the REMOTE1 connector for RS-232C interface are as below.
Pin no.
Signal
-
Pin no.
Signal
1
14
-
2
-
15
-
3
-
16
-
4
-
17
-
5
-
18
-
6
-
19
7
-
20
-
8
-
21
-
9
-
22
10
Signal ground
SG
11
Transmit data
12
Receive data
13
-
23
Signal ground
SG
TXD
24
Clear to send
CTS
RXD
25
Request to send
RTS*
-
*When power is turned on, the signal input to CTS is output from RTS.
IMPORTANT
When GPI is not to be used, do not connect anything to pins 1 to 9 and 14 to 22.
An example of computer cable connection for control via REMOTE connector when it is set to
RS-232C interface is shown below. Note the example is based on the use of a PC-AT
compatible computer for a serial control device.
Pin
Signal
Signal
Pin
1
-
-
1
2
RXD
-
・
3
TXD
-
9
4
DTR
SG
10
5
SG
TXD
11
6
DSR
RXD
12
7
RTS
-
13
8
CTS
-
・
9
-
Serial control device
(PC/AT compatible)
-
22
SG
23
CTS
24
RTS
25
UFH-72RS/74RS
REMOTE 1 connector
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6-3-2. RS-422 Interface
REMOTE2 Connector pin assign
The pin assignments of the REMOTE connector for RS-422 interface are as below.
Pin no.
Signal
Pin no.
Signal
1
-
14
-
2
-
15
-
3
-
16
-
4
-
17
-
5
-
18
-
6
-
19
-
7
-
20
-
8
-
21
-
9
-
10
SG
RA-
23
Signal ground
SG
11
Signal ground
Receive data-
24
Receive data+
RB+
12
Transmit data+
TB+
25
Transmit data-
TA-
13
22
-
-
-
IMPORTANT
When GPI is not to be used, do not connect anything to pins 1 to 9 and 14 to 22.
An example of computer cable connection for control via REMOTE2 connector when it is set
to RS-422 interface is shown below. Regarding the connector compliance and pin
assignments for the serial control device, refer to the operation manual for the devices.
Pin
Signal
Signal
Pin
1
FG
-
1
2
RB+
-
・
3
RA-
-
9
4
RC
SG
10
5
SG
RA-
11
6
TB+
TB+
12
7
TA-
-
13
8
TC
-
・
9
FG
Twisted pair cable
Twisted pair cable
Serial control device
-
22
SG
23
RB+
24
TA-
25
UFH-72RS/74RS
REMOTE 2 connector
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6-3-3. Communication Parameters
When using the serial interface (RS-232C/RS-422) to control units, set communication
parameters for the personal computer as shown below.
Communication parameters
Bit rate
Data bits
Stop bits
Parity
X parameters (Flow control)
Synchronization
9,600, 19,200, 38,400, 4,800 (bps)
Factory default is 9,600(bps). For setting
details, see section 5. "Internal Settings".
8 bit
1 bit
None
None
Start-stop (asynchronous)
Bit Rate Setting
Set the bit rate for the RS-232C or RS-422 serial communication to 9,600bps, 19,200bps,
38,400bps or 4,800bps.
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6-4. Control Commands
Command blocks are as below when RS-232C/422 protocol is employed to remotely control
UFH-72RS or UFH-74RS. All commands are in ASCII hex format.
*Alphabets in command codes should be entered in capital letters.
6-4-1. Crosspoint Switching Commands (Standard)
CR
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(1) Fixed
V: Switching of video signal (level1)
ASCII 56H
(2) Control code
S: Crosspoint switching execution
ASCII 53H
(3) Output channel setting
Enter output channel with 3 digits.
(4) Input channel setting
Enter input channel with 3 digits. Entering 000 is for no output.
Crosspoint Switching Command Examples
When switching (output 2, input 4).
(ASCII)
V
S
0
0
2
0
0
4
CR
56
53
30
30
32
30
30
34
0D
Output channel
Input channel
When switching at multiple crosspoints simultaneously, the procedure is as follows;
(UFH-74RS allows 4 and UFH-72RS allows 2 crosspoint switchings)
V
S
(ASCII)
56
53
(ASCII)
Output channel
Output channel
Input channel
Input channel
Output channel
Input channel
CR
(ASCII)
0D
Send the above command, and the 3 crosspoint switchings are processed simultaneously.
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6-4-2. Preset Switching
Send preset commands (as many times as necessary) first to preset crosspoints, and then
send execution command.
(A) Crosspoint Preset Command
V
P
(1)
(2)
CR
(3)
(4)
(1) Fixed
V: Switching of video signal (level1)
ASCII 56H
(2) Control code
S: Crosspoint data preset
ASCII 50H
(3) Output channel setting
Enter output channel with 3 digits.
(4) Input channel setting
Enter input channel with 3 digits. Entering 000 is for no output.
(B) Execution Command
Execute simultaneous switching for multiple crosspoints stored by the crosspoint preset
commands.
V
G
(1)
(2)
CR
(1) Fixed
V: Switching of video signal (level1)
ASCII 56H
(2) Control code
G: Crosspoint switching execution code
ASCII 47H
Preset Switching Examples
When presetting a switching of input 4 to output 2.
(ASCII)
V
P
0
0
2
0
0
4
CR
56
50
30
30
32
30
30
34
0D
Output channel
Input channel
Send the above command, and the received crosspoint data will be stored.
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When presetting multiple crosspoints, the procedure is as follows;
(UFH-74RS allows 4 and UFH-72RS allows 2 crosspoint switchings)
V
P
(ASCII)
56
50
(ASCII)
Output channel
Output channel
Input channel
Output channel
Input channel
Input channel
CR
(ASCII)
0D
Send the above command, and 3 crosspoints will be stored.
(ASCII)
V
G
CR
56
47
0D
When the above execution command is received, switchings at all the stored crosspoints are
processed.
6-4-3. Status Request Commands
Command blocks are as below to confirm crosspoint status of UFH-72RS or UFH-74RS.
CR
(1)
(2)
(3)
(1) Fixed
V: Video (level1) status request code
ASCII 56H
(2) Control code
R: Status request code
ASCII 52H
(3) Output channel setting
Enter output channel number with 3 digits.
Status Request Command Example
When requesting status of output channel 2.
(ASCII)
V
R
0
0
2
CR
56
52
30
30
32
0D
Output channel
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6-4-4. Response Message
(A) Normal receive
UFH-72RS or UFH-74RS will return the following message when operation is normally
accomplished for the control command.
(ASCII)
O
K
CR
LF
4F
4B
0D
0A
UFH-72RS or UFH-74RS will return the following message when operation is normally
accomplished for the crosspoint preset command.
(ASCII)
S
E
T
CR
LF
53
45
54
0D
0A
UFH-72RS or UFH-74RS will return the following message when operation is normally
accomplished for the status request command to the specific output channel.
(ASCII)
S
SPACE
0
0
4
CR
LF
53
20
30
30
34
0D
0A
In the example above, it is indicated that the target output channel of the status request
command is connected to input channel 4.
(ASCII)
S
SPACE
0
0
0
CR
LF
53
20
30
30
30
0D
0A
In the example above, it is indicated that the target output channel of the status request
command is set to OFF (no input).
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(B) Error Receive
UFH-72RS or UFH-74RS will return the following message, when any error occurs at
receiving commands.
Command error (When the received command has an undefined format.)
(ASCII)
E
SPACE
C
O
M
D
CR
LF
45
20
43
4F
4D
44
0D
0A
E
SPACE
O
V
R
N
CR
LF
45
20
4F
56
52
4E
0D
0A
E
SPACE
F
R
M
E
CR
LF
45
20
46
52
4D
45
0D
0A
Overrun error
(ASCII)
Framing error
(ASCII)
Data error
(1) When 000, 005 or higher is entered for output channel, or when 005 or higher is entered
for input channel to the switching command.
(ASCII)
E
SPACE
S
D
A
T
A
CR
LF
45
20
53
44
41
54
41
0D
0A
(2) When 000, 005 or higher is entered for output channel, or when 005 or higher is entered
for input channel to the crosspoint preset command.
(ASCII)
E
SPACE
P
D
A
T
A
CR
LF
45
20
50
44
41
54
41
0D
0A
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6-4-5. Control Commands and ASCII Codes
Crosspoint Switching Commands
Command
ASCII Code
V
56
Video (level1) control command
S
53
Crosspoint switching command
∗
30
Output channel number (3 digits)
∗
30
001–004
∗
31~34
∗
∗
∗
30
30
30~34
CR
0D
Input channel number (3 digits)
000–004
End of command
Crosspoint Preset Commands
Command
ASCII Code
V
56
Video (level1) control command
P
53
Crosspoint preset command
∗
30
Output channel number (3 digits)
∗
30
001–004
∗
31~34
∗
∗
∗
30
30
30~34
CR
0D
Execusion Commands
Command
ASCII Code
V
56
G
47
CR
0D
Status Request Commands
Command
ASCII Code
V
56
R
52
∗
30
∗
30
∗
31~34
CR
0D
Input channel number (3 digits)
000–004
End of command
Video (level1) control command
Executes preset crosspoints switching.
End of command
Video (level1) control command
Requests crosspoint status.
Output channel number (3 digits)
001–004
End of command
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Response messages from UFH-72RS or UFH-74RS for normal receive:
Command
O
K
CR
LF
S
SPACE
∗
∗
∗
CR
LF
S
E
T
CR
LF
ASCII Code
4F
4B
0D
0A
53
20
30
30
31~34
0D
0A
53
45
54
0D
0A
Returned when crosspoint switching command is
received normally.
Returned when status request command is
received normally.
(∗∗∗ are 001~004)
Returned when crosspoint preset command is
received normally.
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Response messages from UFH-72RS or UFH-74RS for error receive:
Command
E
SPACE
C
O
M
D
CR
LF
E
SPACE
O
V
R
N
CR
LF
E
SPACE
F
R
M
E
CR
LF
E
SPACE
S
D
A
T
A
CR
LF
E
SPACE
P
D
A
T
A
CR
LF
ASCII Code
45
20
43
4F
4D
44
0D
0A
45
20
4F
56
52
4E
0D
0A
45
20
46
52
4D
45
0D
0A
45
20
53
44
41
54
41
0D
0A
45
20
50
44
41
54
41
0D
0A
Returned when command format error occurs.
Returned when overrun error occurs.
Returned when framing error occurs.
Returned when crosspoint data in switching
command is not correct.
Returned when crosspoint data in preset crosspoint
command is not correct.
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7. If Problems Occur
If any of the following problems occur during operation of your UFH-72RS or UFH-74RS, proceed
as indicated below to see if problem can be corrected before assuming a unit malfunction has
occurred.
IMPORTANT
If the items below are checked, and operation is still incorrect, try turning unit power
briefly OFF, then back ON again to reset unit.
If this fails to restore operation, consult your nearest service representative.
Problem
Check
Power switch / cord
No video output
INPUT/OUTPUT
DETECTED indicator
Crosspoint settings
Communication parameter
settings.
No RS-232C or
RS-422 control
capability
No GPI input
control capability
No tally output
Control cable
Connection cable
Connection cable
Action
Verify power is ON and power cord
securely connected.
Verify HD/SD INPUT and OUTPUT
connectors have cables physically
connected and the cables are free of
damage.
Verify cable length is correct.
Verify input signals are HD SDI
1.485/1.001Gbps, SD SDI 143Mbps to
270Mbps, or DVB-ASI.
Verify crosspoints have not been set to
output off (input 000 routed to output).
Verify communication parameters.
See section 6-3-3. “Communication
Parameters”
Verify control cable is securely
connected.
Verify cable is the proper type for
connection, and pin assignments are
correct.
Verify cable is securely connected.
Verify cable is securely connected.
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8. Specifications and Dimensions
8-1. Unit Specifications
Input x Output
Digital Inputs
Cable
Compensation
Digital Outputs
Reference input
Remote control
Power source
Consumption
Temperature
Humidity
Dimensions
Weight
Required slots
Consumables
UFH-72RS
4input x 2output
UFH-74RS
4input x 4output
HD SDI 1.485/1.001Gbps, SD SDI 143Mbps – 270Mbps,
or, DVB-ASI signal 75Ω, BNC
HD SDI 0 –100m(Using 5C FB or equivalent cable)
SD SDI 0 –200m(Using 5C 2V or equivalent cable)
HD SDI 1.485/1.001Gbps, SD SDI 143Mbps – 270Mbps,
or, DVB-ASI signal (same as input signal) 75Ω, BNC
B.B. (black burst) NTSC: 0.429Vp-p PAL: 0.450Vp-p
Tri-sync: ±0.3V
Input from UFH frame GENLOCK connector
REMOTE connector (1 slot required)
25pin D-sub, female, for GPI/O, RS-232C or RS-422
From UFH system frame unit +24VDC
460mA
10 °C - 40 °C
30 % - 90 % (no condensation)
Front module: 138.5 (W) X 400 (D) mm
Rear module: 141 (W) X 101 (D) mm
REMOTE connector module: 141 (W) X 101 (D) mm
1.0 kg
2 slots
None
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8-2. External Dimensions
(All dimensions in mm.)
8-2-1. UFH-72RS/UFH-74RS
UFH-72RS
UFH-74RS
1 41
141
INPUT
H D /SD 2
U F H -74 R S
OUTP UT
HD /S D 3
HD /S D 4
HD / SD 1
HD / SD 2
REM OTE 1
H D /SD 3
IN PU T
H D /SD 4
U FH- 74 R S
REMO TE 2
(103)
87.8
(103)
HD /S D 1
HD / SD 2
UF H -7 2 RS
OU TPU T
HD / SD 3
HD / SD 4
HD / SD 1
HD / SD 2
REMO TE 1
UF H -7 2 RS
REMO TE 2
87.8
(400)
386.8
(400)
386.8
OU TPUT
OP
RA
E
E
T
SELECT
SET
IN PUT
LCE
E
S
D
T
DE
CE
E
T
D
T
1
2
1
2
3
4
H D /SD 1
20
(18.9)
POW ER
40.5
20
20
40.5
20
(18.9)
U FH- 72RS
OUTPUT
PO W ER
O PERATE
UF H-7 4 RS
30
INPUT
SET
SELECT
SELEC TED
DETEC TED
UFH- 74R S
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
UF H-7 4RS
Warning
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of 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 the user will be required to correct the interference at his own
expense.
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