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UTF 4200 TX, UTF 4210 TX, UTF 4200 RX and UTF 4210 RX
Optical Video Transmitters/Receivers Multimode
USER MANUAL
WARNING
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference, in which case the user
may be required to take adequate measures. Please read section 6 of this Manual
1. General description
This user manual is valid for the following models:
Model
Description
Housing
UTF4200 TX-SA
UTF4210 TX-SA
UTF 4200 TX-2
UTF 4210 TX-2
UTF 4200 RX
UTF 4210 RX
UTF 4200 RX-2
UTF 4210 RX-2
UTF 42xx /SA
Transmitter 2mm
Transmitter 1mm
Transmitter 2mm
Transmitter 1mm
Receiver 2mm
Receiver 1mm
Receiver 2mm
Receiver 1mm
Stand-alone
Stand-alone
Rack-mounted
Rack-mounted
Rack-mounted
Rack-mounted
Rack-mounted
Rack-mounted
Stand-alone
Table 1. Models described in this user manual
mm = multimode fiber
A UTF (Up the FiberTM) transmitter (TX) converts a
composite video signal into a high-quality, 9-bits
digitized optical equivalent and transmits this over
optical fiber. Additionally, it optically receives and
transmits data signals and converts these signals into
electrical equivalents. Finally, the transmitter provides
a voltage-free alarm contact (normally open) for e.g.
door contacts, anti-tamper contacts etc.
Complementary UTF receivers (RX) will receive and
convert the optical signal to video/data/contact closure.
Like the TX, the RX is a bidirectional optical data
transceiver.
The receivers and transmitters operate over two multimode optical fibers or one multimode optical fiber
using either one wavelength (1300 nm) or two
wavelengths (1310/1550 nm), respectively.
The bidirectional RS-485/422 data interface handles
PTZ communication for all types of camera interfaces
(RS-485, TTY, Manchester, biphase, Sensornet, etc.).
The data interface configuration (four-wire or twowire) only needs to be set at the receiver side.
Monitor
CC
A wide range of operating temperatures makes the
stand-alone transmitter suitable for use within outdoor
camera housings and camera connection boxes (see
Technical Specifications).
The transmitter can be powered by the camera power
supply (12Vdc or 24Vac) or by a PSA/PSU 12 DC. For
operation under extreme environmental conditions, the
PSU 12 DC is recommended.
If 24 VAC is used, please read section 3 first.
The UTF receiver (RX) is designed for use in an
Optelecom-NKF MC power supply rack. The UTF
42xx/SA are the stand-alone versions of the rackmounted models. Depending on type, they will handle
one (RX) or two (RX-2) video/data/CC channels.
The UTF receivers are SNM compatible.
EasyC-sTM
The receiver supports EasyC-sTM. With this feature, a
group of receivers only needs one external data
connection. The data is put on the internal databus (Dbus) of the rack and is available to all connected
receivers in that rack
The general connection layout for one link is given in
figure 1. How to build up multiple-camera systems is
shown in §3.
Video
UTF RX
Fiber
UTF TX
RS-485
RS-485
CC
Controller
for
camera
Figure 1.
UTF general connection
Camera
with
pan, tilt and
zoom (PTZ)
Transmitter
2. Indicators and connectors
The miniature stand-alone UTF transmitter has the
following indicators and connectors (figure 2):
1:
1
2:
3:
4:
5:
2
5
3
The rack-mounted UTF transmitter has the following
indicators and connections (figure 3):
4
1:
Figure 2.
Indications and connectors on the miniature UTF
transmitter (stand-alone)
2:
3:
1
2
5
6
4:
5:
1
2
5
3
6:
7:
6
3
The UTF receiver has the following indicators and
connections (see figure 4):
1: SYNC: this LED can show:
− Green: operational link;
− Red: local synchronization error;
− Yellow: remote synchronization error.
2: BNC 75Ω connector: composite video output
3: TX: connection for optical fiber (one/two fiber
models)
RX: connection for optical fiber (two-fiber
models)
4: Dual toggle switches for 4-/2-wire RS485 data and
D-Bus operation (EasyC-s)
5: NV: this LED can show:
- Red: no video on in- or output;
- Off: video signal present.
6: 6-Pin data connector
7: 4-Pin connector for potential-free alarm contacts
(channel CC1 and channel CC2).
7
7
6
3
3
1
1
5
SYNC: this LED can show:
− Green: operational link;
− Red: local synchronization error;
− Yellow: remote synchronization error.
BNC 75Ω connector: composite video output
TX: connection for optical fiber (one/two-fiber
models)
RX: connection for optical fiber (two-fiber
models)
Not used
NV: this LED can show the following colors:
− Red: no video on in- or output;
− Off: video signal present.
6-Pin data connector
4-Pin connector for potential-free alarm contacts
(channel CC1/GND and channel CC2/GND).
Receiver
4
6
TX: optical fiber connection (one/two-fiber
models)
RX: optical fiber connection (two-fiber models)
7-Pin data connector
2-Pin power supply connector
BNC 75Ω connector composite video input
SYNC: this indicator can show:
− Green: operational link;
− Red: local synchronization error;
− Yellow: remote synchronization error.
2
Figure 4.
Indications and
connections on the
UTF transmitter
5
2
Figure 4.
Indications and
connections on the
UTF receiver
2
2-wire mode:
3. Configuration and installation
! Note on powering of a UTF TX-MSA with 24 VAC
from the camera !
Data input termination and/or line biasing
on the UTF input are provided with the unit.
UTF TX or RX
RS-485 connection
The miniature stand-alone transmitter can convert 24
VAC power through an internal full rectifier bridge; the
"-" of its internal DC voltage is connected to the metal
housing. If the camera uses the same VAC power supply
in parallel, but with a single-sided rectifier circuit, the
UTF power supply diodes may suffer, since there
always will be a connection between the housings
through the coax cable shielding. To prevent the
occurrence of such problems, proper measures must be
taken to separate the two loads of the 24 VAC supply;
this might be preferable in any case, as a precaution.
If in doubt, please contact your distributor.
Controller or camera
RS-485 connection
Vcc
10k
RX-
-
DATA IN/OUT
120
RX+
+
10k
GND
TX-
During 2-wire operation, TX lines will be
disconnected and output data is sent
through the RX lines
TX+
Mounting
Before mounting the miniature transmitter, the
mounting bracket has to be installed in a suitable place.
After securing the bracket, the transmitter can be
clicked into it. Make sure the transmitter is positioned
and fixed correctly.
A stand-alone receiver can be installed nearly
everywhere. When more than one receiver is needed,
use Optelecom-NKF MC 10 and MC 11 cabinets.
Figure 6.
2-Wire connection
Termination and bias resistors
When connecting more than one UTF in a front-panel
bus structure, only one data input on the UTF modules
needs to be terminated and/or biased. The resistors can
be attached to the external connectors. Whether they
are needed depends on the termination and bias
resistors in the camera, etc.
RS 485/422 connection
Before connecting the system, the RS 485 connection
needs to be configured for 2-wire or 4-wire mode. This
can be done with the upper switch (2W - 4W, see
figure 4 pos. 4) on the front panel of the receiver. The
positions are indicated on the front panel.
The connections between the transmitter ↔ camera,
and receiver ↔ controller in 4-wire and in 2-wire mode
are indicated in figures 5 and 6, respectively.
UTF RX
UTF RX
UTF RX
UTF RX
4-wire mode:
Data input termination and/or line biasing resistors
on the UTF input are provided with the unit.
UTF TX or RX
RS-485 connection
PTZ
CONTROL
Controller or camera
RS-485 connection
Vcc
Figure 7.
Termination and bias example, front panel bus
configuration
10k
-
RX120
NO TERMINATION/
BIAS RESISTORS HERE
DATA OUT
+
RX+
EasyC-sTM
10k
With the lower switch (D-bus, see figure 4 pos. 4) in
the "ON" position, the external data going into the data
input (see figure 4 pos. 6) is put onto an internal data
bus in the cabinet, while a UTF receiver is then also
enabled to get data from this internal data bus. To
minimize external wiring, the UTF models are fitted
with EasyC-sTM.
GND
TX-
-
DATA IN
TX+
+
Data input termination and/or line biasing
should be inside the controller or camera
Figure 5. 4-Wire connection
3
Optical safety
This optical equipment contains Class 1M lasers or LEDs and
has been designed and tested to meet IEC 608251:1993+A1+A2 and IEC 60825-2:2004 safety class 1M
requirements.
Optical equipment presents potential hazards to testing and
servicing personnel owing to high levels of optical radiation.
When using magnifying optical instruments, avoid looking
directly into the output of an operating transmitter or into the end
of a fibre connected to an operating transmitter, or there will be a
risk of permanent eye damage. Precautions should be taken to
prevent exposure to optical radiation when the unit is removed
from its enclosure or when the fiber is disconnected from the
unit. The optical radiation is invisible to the eye.
Use of controls or adjustments or procedures other than those
specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
The installer is responsible for ensuring that the label depicted
below (background: yellow; border and text: black) is present in
the restricted locations where this equipment is installed.
To be able to control a group of receivers with one
external data connection, the lower switch has to be in
the "ON" position for each receiver belonging to that
group and the external data has to be connected to only
one receiver of that group.
The single RS-485/422 data link in the lowest UTF RX
(see figure 8) needs no termination resistors.
Powering up a system
When powering up a system, the "SYNC" indicator on
the transmitter should show green and the "SYNC"
indicator on the receiver should also light up green.
When no video signal is present, the "NV" indicators
show red.
4. Care and maintenance
The modules are designed to be maintenance free. In
order to guarantee reliable operation of the unit, take
the following precautions:
• prevent dust from collecting on or in the
equipment;
• protect the equipment against moisture;
• maintain cooling space around the equipment.
Hazard Level 1M
The locations of all optical connections are listed in the
Indications and Connectors section of this manual.
Optical outputs and wavelengths are listed in the Technical
Specifications section of this manual.
5. Technical specifications
EMC
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 this 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.
For technical specifications, please refer to the data
sheet of the relevant model.
6. Safety, EMC, ESD
General
The safety information contained in this section, and on other
pages of this manual, must be observed whenever this unit is
operated, serviced, or repaired. Failure to comply with any
precaution, warning, or instruction noted in the manual is in
violation of the standards of design, manufacture, and intended
use of the unit.
Installation, adjustment, maintenance and repair of this
equipment are to be performed by trained personnel aware of the
hazards involved. For correct and safe use of the equipment and
in order to keep the equipment in a safe condition, it is essential
that both operating and servicing personnel follow standard safety
procedures in addition to the safety precautions and warnings
specified in this manual, and that this unit be installed in locations
accessible to trained service personnel only.
Optelecom-NKF assumes no liability for the customer’s failure
to comply with any of these safety requirements.
Any interruption of the shielding inside or outside the equipment
could cause the equipment to be more prone to fail EMC
requirements.
Non-video signal lines must use appropriate shielded CAT5
cabling (S-FTP), or at least an equivalent.
If system components, such as cabling (e.g. coaxial cable,
data/audio/cc wiring) and/or the units, are used outdoors, ensure
that all electrically connected components are carefully earthed
and protected against surges (high voltage transients caused by
switching or lightning).
ESD
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can damage or destroy
electronic components. Proper precautions should be taken
against ESD when opening the equipment.
UL/IEC/EN 60950-1: General safety requirements
The equipment described in this manual has been designed
and tested according to the UL/IEC/EN 60950-1 safety
requirements.
If there is any doubt regarding the safety of the equipment, do not
put it into operation. This might be the case when the equipment
shows physical damage or is stressed beyond tolerable limits (e.g.
during storage and transportation).
Before opening the equipment, disconnect it from all power
sources. The equipment must be powered by a SELV*) power
supply.
When this unit is operated in extremely elevated temperature
conditions, it is possible for internal and external metal surfaces
to become extremely hot.
© Optelecom-NKF 2008
Version 042007-2b
UTF MM (MW03SP3)
*)
SELV: conforming to IEC 60950-1, <60VDC output, output voltage
galvanically isolated from mains. All power supplies or power supply
cabinets available from Optelecom-NKF comply with these SELV
requirements.
7. Product disposal
Recycling
The unit contains valuable materials which
qualify for recycling. In the interest of protecting
the natural environment, properly recycling the
unit at the end of its service life is imperative.
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