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Fiber optic transmission systems 2-channel hd-sdi + 2 duplex audio, 1 duplex data, 2 simplex (or 1 duplex) contact closure, ip ethernet

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Installation Manual

19inch 1U Rack version

Fiber Optic Transmission Systems VOS-2HD-ADCET/R series 2-Channel HD-SDI + 2 Duplex Audio + 1 Duplex Data + 2 Simplex (or 1 Duplex) Contact Closure + IP Ethernet

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Important Safety Instructions

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1. Read these instructions. Keep these instructions. Heed all warnings. Follow all instructions. 5. Do not use this apparatus near water. Clean only with dry cloth. 7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturers instructions. 8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat. 9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet. 10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the points where they exit from the apparatus. 13. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, 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. 14. Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases shall be placed on the apparatus. 15. WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture. 16. Installation should be done only by qualified personnel and conform to all local codes. 20. CAUTION: These servicing instructions are for use by qualified service personnel only. To reduce the risk of electric shock do not perform any servicing other than that contained in the operating instructions unless you are qualified to do so.

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Product Overview

The VOS-2HD-ADCET/R provides for the digital transmission of 2-Channel uncompressed 1.485Gbps HD-SDI (SMPTE 292) or 270 Mbps SD-SDI (SMPTE 259M) 1080P HD video over fiber, support 2 duplex analog audio, 1 duplex RS232 /RS485 data, 2 simplex or 1 duplex contact closure, and 1-channel 10M/100M IP Ethernet, also support one loopback output for local display, and dual outputs for two displays in the remote end.

Audio

HD-SDI 2

Contact Closure

Data

2

1

2

or

Ethernet

1

1

Models and Optical Power Budget: Model Number Fiber Mode

Wavelengths

Optical Power Budget

Maximum Transmission Distance

Transmitter

Receiver

VOS-2HD-ADCEMT

VOS-2HD-ADCEMR

Multi-Mode

1310nm/1550nm

16dB

300m

VOS-2HD-ADCEST

VOS-2HD-ADCESR

Single-Mode

1310nm/1550nm

12dB

20km

Note:

• The Optical Power Budget data fit Mulit-mode(62.5/125 • When using 50/125

m),Single-Mode(9/125

m).

m multimode fiber, subtract 3 dB from the optical power budget.

System Diagram:

HD-SDI Output

HD-SDI Input HD-SDI Source with PTZ Mount 1 x Duplex Data

HD-SDI Output

Display

Loop output Display 1 x Duplex Data PTZ Controller 1 Fiber optic Cable 2 Duplex Audio

2 Duplex Audio VOS-2HD-ADCET Transmitter

Contact Closure IP Ethernet



VOS-2HD-ADCER Receiver Contact Closure IP Ethernet

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Panel & Cable Connection Transmitter Panel: 8 TRANSMITTER FRONT PANEL

A1 B 1 G A2 B2

ON

SDI-IN1

LOUT1

ETHERNET A

B

G

C

V

TXD

SDI-IN2

LOUT2

OPT

3

4

9

D SYS RXD

OFF

AC100V~240V

POW LOCK

A3 B 3 G A4 B4

10

1

2 5

7

6

1

SDI-IN1 Connector: The First Channel HD-SDI/SD-SDI video input.

1 2

LOUT1 Connector: The First Channel HD-SDI video Loopback output for loacal display.

3

SDI-IN2 Connector: The Second Channel HD-SDI/SD-SDI video input.

1 4

LOUT2 Connector: The Second Channel HD-SDI video Loopback output for loacal display.

5

5-PIN Terminal Block Data Connector: 1-Channel Duplex Rs232/R485 Data Input/Output.

6

Ethernet Connector: Standard RJ-45 10M/100M Ethernet, Automatic support MDI/MDI-X.

7

5-PIN Terminal Block Audio Connector: 2-Channel Duplex Analog Audio Input/Output.

8

5-PIN Terminal Block CC Connector: 2 Simplex or 1 duplex Contact Closure Input/Output.

9

Fiber Optic Connector: support FC/PC or ST/PC optical connector.

10

Power supply Connector: AC100V~240V Input

TRANSMITTER REAR PANEL

Fiber Optic Transmission Systems

11

19inch, 1U Rack-mount Transmitter. 11

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Panel & Cable Connection Receiver Panel: 8 RECEIVER FRONT PANEL

A1 B 1 G A2 B2

ON

SDI-OUT1

SDI-OUT2

ETHERNET A

B

G

C

V

TXD

SDI-OUT3

SDI-OUT4

OPT

4

9

D SYS RXD

OFF

AC100V~240V

POW LOCK

A3 B 3 G A4 B4

10

1

2 5

7

6

3

1

SDI-OUT1 Connector: The First Channel HD-SDI/SD-SDI video Output 1.

1 2

SDI-OUT2 Connector: The First Channel HD-SDI/SD-SDI video Output 2.

3

SDI-OUT3 Connector: The Second Channel HD-SDI/SD-SDI video Output 1.

1 4

SDI-OUT4 Connector: The Second Channel HD-SDI/SD-SDI video Output 2.

5

5-PIN Terminal Block Data Connector: 1-Channel Duplex Rs232/R485 Data Input/Output.

6

Ethernet Connector: Standard RJ-45 10M/100M Ethernet, Automatic support MDI/MDI-X.

7

5-PIN Terminal Block Audio Connector: 2-Channel Duplex Analog Audio Input/Output.

8

5-PIN Terminal Block CC Connector: 2 Simplex or 1 duplex Contact Closure Input/Output.

9

Fiber Optic Connector: support FC/PC or ST/PC optical connector.

10

Power supply Connector: AC100V~240V Input

RECEIVER REAR PANEL

Fiber Optic Transmission Systems

11

19inch, 1U Rack-mount Receiver 11

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Panel & Cable Connection Data Connection:

Transmitter (Data) : 1-Channel Duplex Rs232/Rs485 Data (Input/Output)

A

A

B

G

C

D

B G C

5 Pin Terminal Block

D

Input/Output

Input/Output

Input/Output

Input/Output

Input/Output

Conect Data Rs485+(A) Conect Data Rs485-(B) Conect Ground (GND) Conect Data Rs232 TXD Conect Data Rs232 RXD

PIN

Receiver (Data) : 1-Channel Duplex Rs232/Rs485 Data (Input/Output)

A

A

B

G

C

D

B G C

5 Pin Terminal Block

D

Input/Output

Input/Output

Input/Output

Input/Output

Input/Output

Conect Data Rs485+(A) Conect Data Rs485-(B) Conect Ground (GND) Conect Data Rs232 TXD Conect Data Rs232 RXD

PIN

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Panel & Cable Connection Audio Connection: Transmitter (Audio) : 2-Channel

A3 B3

Output Output Input/Output

G

A3 B3 G A4 B4

A4

5-Pin Terminal Block

PIN B4

Receiver (Audio) : 2-Channel

Duplex Audio (Input/Output)

Input Input

1st-Channel Audio Output 2nd-Channel Audio Output Conect all GND to this PIN 1st-Channel Audio Input 2nd-Channel Audio Input

Duplex Audio (Input/Output)

A3 B3 G

A3 B3 G A4 B4

A4

5-Pin Terminal Block

PIN B4

Output Output Input/Output Input Input

1st-Channel Audio Output 2nd-Channel Audio Output Conect all GND to this PIN 1st-Channel Audio Input 2nd-Channel Audio Input

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Panel & Cable Connection

2-Channel Simplex Contact Closure Connection: NOTE: the device can support 2 simplex or 1 duplex contact closure, but it only can be configurated by factory, so you need to choose the configuration before the order.

Transmitter (Contact Closure) : 2-Channel

A1 B1 G A2 B2

A1 B1

Input Input

G A2

5-Pin Terminal Block

PIN B2

A1 B1 G A2 B2

B1

Input Input

Output Output

G A2

5-Pin Terminal Block



PIN B2

1-Channel CC Input 1-Channel CC Input None

Receiver (Contact Closure) : 2-Channel

A1

Simplex CC Input

2-Channel CC Input 2-Channel CC Input

Simplex CC Output

1-Channel CC Output 1-Channel CC Output None

Output Output

2-Channel CC Output 2-Channel CC Output

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Panel & Cable Connection

1-Channel Duplex Contact Closure Connection: NOTE: the device can support 2 simplex or 1 duplex contact closure, but it only can be configurated by factory, so you need to choose the configuration before the order.

Transmitter (Contact Closure) : 1-Ch

A1 B1 G A2 B2

A1 B1

Output Output

G A2

5-Pin Terminal Block

PIN B2

A1 B1 G A2 B2

B1

Input Input

5-Pin Terminal Block



PIN B2

1-Channel CC Output

1-Channel CC Input 1-Channel CC Input

Duplex CC Input/Output

Output Output

G A2

1-Channel CC Output

None

Receiver (Contact Closure) : 1-Ch

A1

Duplex CC Input/Output

1-Channel CC Output 1-Channel CC Output None

Input Input

1-Channel CC Input 1-Channel CC Input

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Panel & Cable Connection HD-SDI TRANSMMITTER A1 B 1 G A2 B2 ON

SDI-IN1

LOUT1

ETHERNET A

B

G

C

V

TXD

SDI-IN2

LOUT2

OPT

D SYS RXD

AC100V~240V

Local Loopbac k

Local Loopbac k

2-Channel Duplex Audio

Display

Contact Closure HD-SDI Source with PTZ Mount

HD-SDI Input

A3 B 3 G A4 B4

IP Ethe rnet

Power Supply

POW LOCK

HD-SDI Input

OFF

Display

1-Channel Duplex RS-232/RS-485 Data HD-SDI Source with PTZ Mount

HD-SDI RECEIVER A1 B 1 G A2 B2 ON

SDI-OUT1

SDI-OUT2

ETHERNET A

B

G

C

V

TXD

SDI-OUT3

SDI-OUT4

OPT

D SYS RXD

OFF

AC100V~240V

POW LOCK

Display

HD-SDI Output HD-SDI Output

Contact Closure

Control Device



2-Channel Duplex Audio

Display

IP Ethe rnet

Power Supply

Dupl ex RS-2 32/R S-48 5 Data

A3 B 3 G A4 B4

Display

HD-SDI Output

Display

HD-SDI Output

Stand-alone Installation

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The VOS-2HD-ADCET transmitter/ VOS-2HD-ADCER receiver can be mounted into a rack or can be used as a stand-alone module. As a stand-alone module, the unit can be placed on a desktop or can be mounted to a wall. This manual is for the 19inch 1U rack.

NOTE: Before mounting the VOS-2HD-ADCET transmitter/ VOS-2HD-ADCER receiver, please ensure that there is adequate space at both ends for viewing the front-panel LEDs and for making the various rear-panel cable connections.

Standard 19inch 1U Rack: 483mm x 250mm x 44.5mm

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Troubleshooting

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LED indicators on the front-panel of the transmitter/receiver allow you to monitor signal status, laser status, data activity, contact closure activation, and operating power. Table A~D provide information about the front-panel indicators and associated troubleshooting guidelines. Table A: Power Links Indicator Status

Meaning

Possible Cause

Corrective Action

Power LED Light

Not Light

Power is being applied to the module.

Power is not being applied to the module.

No action required.

--Power connection is faulty.

Check power connection. If module is rack mounted, reseat module or power supply as necessary.

Power supply has failed.

Replace power supply.

Loss of power occurs due to tripped circuit breaker(s), blown fuse(s), or faulty electrical service.

Check circuit breaker(s), fuse(s), or electrical service as necessary.

Table B: Video Links Indicator Status

Meaning

Possible Cause

Corrective Action

Video LED(VIDEO 1,VIDEO 2....) Light

Not Light on Transmitter

Not Light on Receiver

Incoming video signal is present on thechannel.

Incoming video signal is not present on the channel.

Incoming video signal is not present on the channel.

No action required.

--Video source is not powered on.

Check power connection to the video source.

Video source is not connected to the transmitter.

Check BNC connections.

Coaxial cable is defective.

Replace cable.

Optical signal is not being received from the transmitter. Optic Fault LED is also not light.

Refer to the Optic Fault LED section in this table.

Video source is not powered on.

Check power connection to the video source.

Video source is not connected to the transmitter.

Check BNC connections.

Coaxial cable connected to the transmitter is defective.

Replace cable.

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Troubleshooting

Table C: Data Links Indicator Status

Meaning

Possible Cause

Corrective Action

Data(RS485/RS232/RS422) LED

Flashing

Not Light

Data is being transmitted onto the fiber by the data port or is being received from the fiber by the data port. Data is not being transmitted onto the fiber by the data port or is not being received from the fiber by the data port.

---

No action required.

Data is not present on the channel.

No action required.

Data connection is faulty.

Check data connections.

Data communication cable is defective.

Replace cable.

Table B: Optic Links Indicator Status

Meaning

Possible Cause

Corrective Action

Optic LED Light

The optical signal is being received and laser is operatingproperly. The optical signal is not being received.

---

No action required.

Remote fiber module is not powered on.

Check power connections. Replace power supply if necessary.

Fiber optic cable is not connected.

Check fiber optic connections.

Fiber optic cable connectors are dirty or are damaged.

Clean, polish, or replace fiber optic cable connectors as necessary.

Not Light

Fiber optic cable is defective. A problem exists with the optical power budget.

Replace cable. Verify that losses in fiber optic cable do not exceed the optical power budget specification of the fiber optic link. If the losses do exceed the optical power budget, contact Product Support.

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Return & Warranty Policy Warranty Introduction

All VOSCOM manufactured products are warranted to be free from defects in manufacturing and materials for the warranty term of 3 years. VOSCOM will repair or replace any equipment or parts proved to be defective during the term of the warranty. VOSCOM shall not be obligated to replace or repair equipment that has been damaged by fire, war, acts of God, or similar causes, or equipment that has been serviced by unauthorized personnel, altered, improperly installed or abused. This Return and Warranty Policy Statement applies to VOSCOM equipment purchased directly from VOSCOM Technologies Co.,Ltd. If you did not acquire the VOSCOM equipment directly, return the equipment to the place of purchase.

Returning VOSCOM products Before you can return any product to VOSCOM, you must obtain a Return Material Authorization (RMA). This applies to all product returns, including warranty repair/replacements, nonwarranty repairs, advance replacements, and credit returns. To obtain an RMA, (Download from www.voscom.com), and please complete the RMA as much detail as possible, then send the RMA to our customer service support: FAX: +86-571-87389390 E-mail: [email protected] Customer Service will provide you with an RMA number and an RMA acknowledgment form that confirms your request. Once you have the RMA, repackage the product appropriately and attach the RMA acknowledgement form on the outside of the package. Then send the product to the return location given by the customer service center. All products must be returned freight prepaid within 30 days of obtaining an RMA. We reserve the right to cancel the RMA after 30 days. If you fail to return the product within the 30 days, please contact Customer Service to get a new RMA. We will not accept unauthorized returns or freight collection returns; we will return these to you at your expense. If a returned product contains parts that are no longer available or repairable, we will contact you to discuss resolution and return of the material.

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Return & Warranty Policy Warranty repair/replacements

Subject to the terms of the limited warranty in effect at the time of purchase, VOSCOM will repair or replace a product that fails to meet the terms provided, within the product's warranty period. The actual warranty period starts from either: a): The date of shipment from VOSCOM's facility (point of origin) b): The manufacturer's date code (if the shipment date is unknown). For all warranty repairs, VOSCOM will cover parts and labor. We will return equipment via the same incoming shipment method at no additional charge. Non-warranty repairs For all non-warranty repairs, VOSCOM will provide you with a repair estimate that includes charges for parts, labor (in half-hour increments), and all shipping. Repair charges may be based on a flat rate or parts and labor, and will vary based on actual equipment and condition. You may pay for non-warranty repair charges by purchase order. Advance replacement Advance replacement products are new or like-new refurbished products and carry a full original equipment warranty. VOSCOM will send advance replacement product to replace defective equipment that has failed upon initial install for up to 60 days from the original date of shipment. We will ship advance replacements in the next business day. Our repair department will evaluate the returned product to determine whether it is a warranty or non-warranty replacement and bill you accordingly. We will invoice advance replacements at shipment and credit you upon receipt of the defective product. If we determine, however, that the returned product is in good working order or that performance issues were due to improper installation, misuse, abuse, or other user-related causes, we will issue no credit and you will remain responsible for paying the invoice. Note: Advance replacement is not available for custom products. Credit returns VOSCOM will refund or credit new, standard production items that are unused and in the original unopened shipping cartons for a period of 60 days from the original date of shipment. All returned merchandise is subject to a 20% restocking fee. Products that have failed upon initial install within 60 days from the date of shipment (or date of manufacture if shipment date is unknown) may be returned for credit without a restocking fee. (Products purchased as part of a kit must be returned through Advance replacement.) As with advance replacements, if we determine that the returned product is in good working order or that performance issues were due to improper installation, misuse, abuse, or other user-related causes, we will issue no credit and you will remain responsible for paying the invoice. Note: Credit is not available for custom products. Website:www.voscom.com



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Packing List & Support Manufacture Packing List: Fiber Optic Transmitter

1

Fiber Optic Receiver

1

Power Adapter

2

User Manmual

1

Note: 1): VOSCOM reserves the right to change specifications without notice. 2): You can download the latest PDF document here: www.voscom.com 3): Online Technical Support please E-mail:[email protected] 4): More detail product information please E-mail: [email protected], or contact with our sales staff. 5): Return defective products please download RMA here: www.voscom.com 6): Get an acknowledgment RMA number please complete the RMA as much detail as possible and then E-mail: [email protected] or FAX:+86-571-87389390

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WARNING TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.

DO NOT LOOK INTO OPTICAL PORTS WITH POWER ON.

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