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    IP-HE950 HARDWARE USER'S GUIDE...

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    The following notice is for USA users only. The IP-HE950 has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital unit, 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.

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    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Macintosh, Mac OS, and Safari are trademarks or registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the United States. Google Chrome and Android are registered trademarks of Google Inc. No part of this document shall be reproduced in any way or form without the permission of Fujitsu Limited.

  • Page 4: Preface

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide PREFACE Thank you for purchasing the IP-HE950 (H265/HEVC CODEC). The IP-HE950 is a video transmission unit with H.265/HEVC encoding technology, which performs at a high compression rate. This document explains how to use the hardware of the IP-HE950.

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    This document consists of five chapters, an appendix, and a glossary. Read Chapters 1 and 2 first for information on installing and connecting the IP-HE950. Then, read Chapter 3 for operating instructions. Chapter 4 and subsequent chapters can be read as required.

  • Page 6: Warning Indications

    CAUTION indicates a situation that could lead to minor or CAUTION moderate injury and/or damage to the IP-HE950 itself or other property if procedures are not followed correctly. In addition, the following symbols are used together with the above-shown indicators to indicate details of the pertinent risk and/or damage.

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    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Warning indications within text Warning markings are followed by warning messages. Every warning marking is centered on a line. Left and right indents are set for warning messages to differentiate them from ordinary text. Furthermore, the lines immediately before and after warning indications are left blank.

  • Page 8: Safety Precautions

    Instruction immediately set the power switch to the OFF position and remove the power cord plug from the power receptacle. Then, contact a Fujitsu Service Center. There may be a hazardous situation that could lead to electric shock and fire.

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    "4.2 Cable and Connector Details," and select another power cord. - Connect the IP-HE950 to a power receptacle with a capacity of 1 A or more. When using a power extension cable, be sure that the total current consumption of all equipment connected to the cable does not exceed the rated capacity of the cable.

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    Furthermore, do not use such spray around the unit. - When cleaning the unit, wipe it with a cloth with the water (or neutral detergent diluted in water) squeezed out. - When wiping, be careful to prevent water from entering the IP-HE950 from a button/switch or opening. Maintenance...

  • Page 11: Label

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide LABEL The labels shown below are affixed to this unit. Never remove the labels. If one becomes dirty and the message becomes difficult to read, contact a Fujitsu Service Center. The following labels are intended for users of this unit.

  • Page 12: Product Handling Precautions

    Interface specifications") can be connected. If incompatible equipment is connected, the result may be unexpected personal injury and property damage. Disposal To dispose of this unit, contact a Fujitsu Service Center, or request a specialist to take care of its disposal. Modification and rebuild Do not use this unit if it has been modified or rebuilt, such as by an overhaul with refurbished/used parts.

  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    Connection to DVB-ASI output equipment ............30 Connection to LAN Equipment ..................31 Connection to Quad Link 3G-SDI Equipment .............. 33 Chapter 3 Operation Instructions ·································································· 35 Turning On/Off the IP-HE950 ..................36 3.1.1 Turning on the IP-HE950..................36 3.1.2 Turning off the IP-HE950 ..................

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    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide A.1.2 IP-HE950D ......................60 Main Specifications ....................... 61 A.2.1 External specifications ..................61 A.2.2 Environmental specifications................. 61 A.2.3 Interface specifications ..................62 Installation Work ......................69 A.3.1 Installation work scope ..................69 A.3.2 Unpacking and unit check ..................69 A.3.3...

  • Page 15: Chapter 1 Preparations

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Chapter 1 Preparations Chapter 1 Chapter 1 Preparations Preparations This chapter describes an overview of IP-HE950 operation. Main Features ············································································· 2 Components ··············································································· 4 Typical Applications ······································································ 5 Parts Names ··············································································· 6 Copyright 2017 FUJITSU LIMITED...

  • Page 16: Main Features

    In addition to Fujitsu's high-quality video compression technology, the IP-HE950 inherits powerful fault tolerance technology for IP networks from H.264 units. The IP-HE950 provides high operability. You can operate the unit from the Web GUI, the front panel, and SNMP.

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    (For Quad 3G-SDI input/output option) Rack Mounting Kit Type A1 19" rack mounting kit (for 1 unit) Rack Mounting Kit Type C2 19" rack mounting kit (for 2 units) For software options, refer to the IP-HE950 Software User's Guide. Copyright 2017 FUJITSU LIMITED...

  • Page 18: Components

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Chapter 1 Preparations Components The IP-HE950 product package consists of the main unit, a safety manual, rubber feet, and a power cord holder (AC cord clamp). In addition, you can procure each of them separately as required.

  • Page 19: Typical Applications

    Monitor Figure 1-2 Sample System configuration: Broadcast Contents transmission and live coverage By using the DVB-ASI interface provided as a standard function, the IP-HE950 can transmit video via SNG (Satellite News Gathering) and FPUs (Field Pickup Units). Live distribution IP-HE950D...

  • Page 20: Parts Names

    Chapter 1 Preparations Parts Names This section describes the name and function of each part of the IP-HE950. The following figures show the layouts of parts on the outside of this unit, and the table underneath lists the names and functions of individual parts. The numbers in the figures correspond to the numbers in the table.

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    For instructions, refer to the IP-HE950 Software User's Guide. Power LED (10) Goes on when this unit is powered on. (PWR) LED that shows the operating status of the IP-HE950. The LED Status LED (11) light color is green when operation is normal. (RDY) For details, refer to "Table 5-3 LED indications"...

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    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Chapter 1 Preparations 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T communication port. ETHERNET port 1 for For instructions, refer to "2.7 Connection to LAN Equipment." For LAN connection (25) cable connection information, refer to "4.2 Cable and Connector (LAN1) Details." Status LED LED that shows the status of LAN port 1.

  • Page 23: Chapter 2 Installation And Connection

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Chapter 2 Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Installation and Connection This chapter describes IP-HE950 installation conditions and how to connect it to its peripherals. Installation Conditions ································································· 11 Power Supply Connections ·························································· 22 Connection to SDI Equipment ······················································· 26 Connection to External Sync Signals (REF) ·····································...

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    Caution Possibility of serious injury - The power cord and other cables connected to the IP-HE950 could become tangled with someone walking close to them, possibly leading to serious injury and property damage. Clamp the cables to the rack or floor.

  • Page 25: Installation Conditions

    Use this unit in an environment where the intake temperature and ambient temperature do not exceed 55°C. When the above conditions are observed, you can stack and operate the IP-HE950. Conversely, in an environment where the above conditions are not observed, any use of the unit is outside the guaranteed operating range, possibly leading to a failure and remarkably shortened product life.

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    (1) Confirm the components of the rack mount kit. (2) Confirm that all cables are disconnected. (3) Attach rack mounting brackets A and B to the side of the first IP-HE950. Tighten screws (M4) at the six places shown in the following figure.

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    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Chapter 2 Installation and Connection (4) Attach rack mounting brackets A and B to the side of the second IP-HE950 too. Tighten screws (M4) at the six places like with the first unit. Copyright 2017 FUJITSU LIMITED...

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    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Chapter 2 Installation and Connection (5) Attach rack mounting bracket C to the IP-HE950. Tighten pan head screws (M5) at the two places shown in the following figure. Copyright 2017 FUJITSU LIMITED...

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    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Chapter 2 Installation and Connection (6) Align the units at specific positions in the 19" rack, and firmly secure the units in position with the screws supplied with the rack mount option. Use four pan head screws (M5) to secure them.

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    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Chapter 2 Installation and Connection - Removing the unit (1) To remove two units at the same time Remove both units by reversing the installation procedure. (2) To remove only one unit Remove screws at the four places shown in the following figure.

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    (1) Confirm the components of the rack mount kit. (2) Confirm that all cables are disconnected. (3) Attach rack mounting bracket E to the side of the IP-HE950. Tighten screws (M4) at the three places shown in the following figure.

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    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Chapter 2 Installation and Connection (4) Attach rack mounting bracket F to the other side of the IP-HE950. Tighten screws (M4) at the three places shown in the following figure. (5) Align the unit at a specific position in the 19" rack, and firmly secure the unit in position with the screws supplied with the rack mount option.

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    1) Multi-unit installation When used in an environment where the intake temperature and ambient temperature do not exceed 55°C, the IP-HE950 can be stacked on up to five tiers, according to the strength of the unit. Install them considering workability and maintainability. In addition, in a multi-unit installation, be sure to secure each unit with a belt or other means to prevent it from falling out and prevent toppling.

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    In addition, if mounting the unit in the rack could make the whole rack unstable, do not mount it. The IP-HE950 weighs 2.5 kg. When mounting two IP-HE950 per 1U with dedicated mount kit, do not leave one unit after removing another unit. This may cause deformation of mount kit.

  • Page 35: Intake And Exhaust

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Chapter 2 Installation and Connection 2.1.3 Intake and exhaust The IP-HE950 is a forced air cooled unit. Take care not to block the intake/exhaust vents. Leave an adequate amount of space around the vents. 2.1.4 Installation space Allocate the operation space, cable bundle space, and intake/exhaust space shown as the hatched areas in the following figure.

  • Page 36: Power Supply Connections

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Power Supply Connections This section describes ground and power source connections. The descriptions are common to the IP-HE950E and IP-HE950D. 2.2.1 Connection to ground Use the power cord with a standard three-prong plug to connect FG and external ground (type D (type 3) or better).

  • Page 37: Connection To A Power Source

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Chapter 2 Installation and Connection 2.2.2 Connection to a power source Plug the AC power cord into the power inlet connector. * Refer to "4.2 Cable and Connector Details," and select power cord. You can procure a power cord separately by specifying the length.

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    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Chapter 2 Installation and Connection - Removing the AC cord clamp To remove the AC cord clamp, squeeze together the tabs of the AC cord clamp between your fingers as indicated by the red arrows, and remove the AC cord clamp.

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    The AC power cord supplied with the unit for Japan domestic supports voltages up to the rated voltage of 125 V. To use the IP-HE950 outside of Japan, refer to item (6) in "4.2 Cable and Connector Details," and select another power cord.

  • Page 40: Connection To Sdi Equipment

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Connection to SDI Equipment This section describes connection to SDI equipment. 2.3.1 Connection to SDI output equipment Connect SDI output equipment to the SDI input of the IP-HE950E (encoder). Connect a BNC cable to the SDI-IN connector of the IP-HE950E.

  • Page 41: Connection To Sdi Input Equipment

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Chapter 2 Installation and Connection 2.3.2 Connection to SDI input equipment Connect SDI input equipment to the SDI output of the IP-HE950D (decoder). Connect a BNC cable to the SDI-OUT connector of the IP-HE950D. A signal is terminated with 75 Ω.

  • Page 42: Connection To External Sync Signals (ref)

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Connection to External Sync Signals (REF) The IP-HE950D (decoder) has one input connector and one output connector for connection with external sync signals (REF). Sync signal input Connect a BNC cable to the REF-IN connector of this unit. Enter an external sync signal. The signal is terminated with 75 Ω.

  • Page 43: 2.5 Connection To Dvb-asi Equipment

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Chapter 2 Installation and Connection 2.5 Connection to DVB-ASI Equipment This section describes connection to DVB-ASI equipment. 2.5.1 Connection to DVB-ASI input equipment Connect DVB-ASI equipment to the ASI output connector of the IP-HE950E (encoder). Connect a BNC cable to ASI-OUT1 or ASI-OUT2 of the IP-HE950E.

  • Page 44: Connection To Dvb-asi Output Equipment

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Chapter 2 Installation and Connection 2.5.2 Connection to DVB-ASI output equipment Connect DVB-ASI output equipment to the ASI input connector of the IP-HE950D (decoder). Connect a BNC cable to ASI-IN of the IP-HE950D. A signal is terminated with 75 Ω.

  • Page 45: Connection To Lan Equipment

    This section describes connection of the IP-HE950 to LAN equipment. The descriptions are common to the IP-HE950E and IP-HE950D. To connect the IP-HE950 to LAN equipment, prepare a LAN cable to connect to a LAN port (LAN1/LAN2). The LAN port specifications of the IP-HE950 are 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, and 1000BASE-T.

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    - Generally unused (disabled) IP address (0.0.0.0, 255.255.255.255, etc.) - Loopback address (127.xxx.xxx.xxx) - Class D or Class E IP address - IP address that conflicts with a LAN port network address For details, refer to the IP-HE950 Software User's Guide. Copyright 2017 FUJITSU LIMITED...

  • Page 47: Connection To Quad Link 3g-sdi Equipment

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Connection to Quad Link 3G-SDI Equipment This section describes connection of the IP-HE950 to 4K video equipment for Quad Link 3G-SDI input and output. The descriptions are common to the IP-HE950E and IP-HE950D. To connect the IP-HE950 to 4K video equipment, prepare an SFP module (option), a Quad 3G-SDI conversion cable (option), and an SDI cable to connect the equipment to an SFP port (SFP1/SFP2).

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    The SFP module has a lock mechanism. Firmly insert the module until it locks. When removing the module, hold down the unlock mechanism. Never forcibly remove the module because that may cause damage. For instructions on configuring and using the SFP module, refer to the IP-HE950 Software User's Guide. - Removing SFP module...

  • Page 49: Chapter 3 Operation Instructions

    Operation Instructions Chapter 3 Operation Instructions This section describes how to operate this unit. Turning On/Off the IP-HE950 ························································ 36 Unit Settings and Operation (WEB) ··············································· 37 Unit Settings and Operation (Front Panel) ······································· 38 Special Use of the CANCEL Key ··················································· 39...

  • Page 50: Turning On/off The Ip-he950

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Chapter 3 Operation Instructions Turning On/Off the IP-HE950 This section describes how to turn on and off the IP-HE950. The descriptions are common to the IP-HE950E and IP-HE950D. 3.1.1 Turning on the IP-HE950 Set the power switch on the front panel to the [-] position to turn on the power, which turns on the PWR LED.

  • Page 51: Unit Settings And Operation (web)

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Chapter 3 Operation Instructions Unit Settings and Operation (WEB) - Setup procedure The following figure shows the setup procedure of this unit. The procedure is common to the IP-HE950E and IP-HE950D. For each setting, refer to the software user's guide.

  • Page 52: Unit Settings And Operation (vfd)

    This unit is equipped with six operation keys: [  ], [  ], [  ], [  ], [ENTER], and [CANCEL]. Use these keys to configure settings. The front panel has a display of 22 characters x 4 lines. For front panel operation and display instructions, refer to the IP-HE950 Software User's Guide. Figure 3-2 Front panel and operation keys - Functional description of each key [ ...

  • Page 53: Special Use Of The Cancel Key

    Start the IP-HE950 by holding down the [CANCEL] key during the power-on operation. When you hold down the key until the RDY LED begins blinking in orange, the IP-HE950 starts with the factory default values for the IP address and subnet mask (LAN1: IP address 10.0.0.1 and subnet mask 255.0.0.0;...

  • Page 54: Chapter 4 Cable Specifications

    Chapter 4 Cable Specifications Chapter 4 Chapter 4 Cable Specifications Cable Specifications This chapter describes the scope of IP-HE950 installation work and contains cable connection system diagrams and cable and connector details. Installation Preparations ······························································ 41 Cable and Connector Details ························································ 43...

  • Page 55: Installation Preparations

    Chapter 4 Cable Specifications Installation Preparations The following figure shows the scope of procurement for IP-HE950 installation work. The indicators for the cables connected to 4K video output equipment are also shown below. Figure 4-1 Procurement scope for IP-HE950E installation work...

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    In the construction of a system that uses the IP-HE950, the demarcation line between the IP-HE950 and other equipment is generally like that in the above figure. Despite that, in actual construction, procure equipment and perform installation work in consultation with the system designer in charge.

  • Page 57: Cable And Connector Details

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Chapter 4 Cable Specifications Cable and Connector Details The following figures show the cables and connectors available for this unit. (1) SDI cable Figure 4-3 SDI cable (2) DVB-ASI cable Figure 4-4 DVB-ASI cable Copyright 2017 FUJITSU LIMITED...

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    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Chapter 4 Cable Specifications (3) LAN interface connection cable Figure 4-5 LAN interface connection cable Copyright 2017 FUJITSU LIMITED...

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    Figure 4-8 AC power cord * The AC power cord supplied with the unit supports voltages up to the rated voltage of 125 V. To use the IP-HE950 above the rated voltage of 125 V, refer to (6) and select another power cord.

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    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Chapter 4 Cable Specifications (6) AC power cord (rated voltage of 125 V or more) Use a cord that satisfies the following conditions: - Meets the following ratings: [Connector] IEC 60320 C-13/15 A/250 V [Cord] Diameter: 0.75 mm or more;...

  • Page 61: Chapter 5 Troubleshooting

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Chapter 5 Troubleshooting Chapter 5 Chapter 5 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting This chapter describes the actions to take if, for example, this unit does not operate normally or if an alarm LED goes on. Help Information ········································································ 48 Alarm LED Goes On ···································································...

  • Page 62: Help Information

    After the installation of software, refer to Table 5.1, "Check details and corrective actions" in the IP-HE950 Software User's Guide. If the problem persists even after you take corrective action, contact a Fujitsu Service Center. WARNING Possibility of electric shock Contact your system administrator before checking the voltage of a power outlet.

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    Is the ALM LED blinking? The blinking ALM LED may indicate an IP address acquisition failure. Check the IP address setting. (For The monitor of details, refer to the IP-HE950 Software User's Guide.) the decoder Has encoding begun? Set the encoder to start encoding.

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    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Chapter 5 Troubleshooting Class Status Check Corrective action Has a packet loss occurred at the decoder? If you could confirm a packet loss occurrence, check the following issues. - Does the system rate setting exceed the transmission...

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    SFP module. If the alert moves to the neighboring module, an SFP module failure may have occurred. Contact Fujitsu sales or Fujitsu partners. Is there a conflict between the SFP module The functions on the SFP module may not match unit and unit settings? settings.

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    Web GUI. The code indicates the corrective action. E020 FAN error Contact Fujitsu Sales or a Fujitsu partner. The center E030 Power supply error may ask you about the alert code. Check the alert code E044/E045 Temperature sensor...

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    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Chapter 5 Troubleshooting Class Status Check Corrective action Is the RDY LED blinking in green? This unit is booting up. Wait until the RDY LED turns green. Is the RDY LED blinking in orange? This unit started in maintenance mode.

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    SFP module with a neighboring one. If the alert moves to the neighboring module, an SFP module failure may have occurred. Contact Fujitsu sales or Fujitsu partners. The SFP module voltage is abnormal. The SFP module voltage is abnormal and an SFP E930/EA30 module failure may have occurred.

  • Page 69: Alarm Led Goes On

    You can select to turn on, blink, or turn off this LED as the setting for some INDWN alert indications. For alert log check instructions and LED settings, refer to the IP-HE950 Software User's Guide. Alarm LED. The LED lights up or blinks in orange when a unit alert is occurred.

  • Page 70: Maintenance

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Chapter 5 Troubleshooting Maintenance 5.3.1 Maintenance area The following figure shows the maintenance area required, in addition to that in "2.1.4 Installation space," for maintenance engineers. Desktop installation Rack mounting Allocate a maintenance area of more than Allocate a maintenance area of more than 1 m 1 m at the front or rear.

  • Page 71: Unit (maintenance Part) Replacement

    Replace the hardware according to the following procedure. Figure 5-3 Unit For the IP-HE950, the main unit itself is regarded as a repair unit. If the unit malfunctions, replace the main unit itself. 5.3.3 SFP module (maintenance part) replacement If a failure occurs, check it in "5.1 Help Information,"...

  • Page 72: Appendix

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Appendix Appendix Appendix The appendix contains views of this unit and lists its main specifications. Precautions and other such notes on installation work and on-site tune-up are also covered in this section. Appearance ·············································································· 59 Main Specifications ···································································· 61 Installation Work ········································································...

  • Page 73: Appearance

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Appendix Appearance A.1.1 IP-HE950E The following figure shows the appearance of this unit. Figure A.1-1 IP-HE950E appearance Copyright 2017 FUJITSU LIMITED...

  • Page 74: Ip-he950d

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Appendix A.1.2 IP-HE950D The following figure shows the appearance of this unit. Figure A 1-2 IP-HE950D appearance Copyright 2017 FUJITSU LIMITED...

  • Page 75: Main Specifications

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Appendix Main Specifications This section lists the external specifications, environmental specifications, and interface specifications of this unit. A.2.1 External specifications This unit has the external specifications shown below. Table A.2-1 External specifications Item Specification Installation Indoor: Desktop installation or rack mounting...

  • Page 76: Interface Specifications

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Appendix A.2.3 Interface specifications This unit has the interface specifications shown below. Table A.2-3 Signal interface specifications Name Specification Remarks Signal format: NRZI SDI digital video Input impedance: 75 Ω (unbalanced) IP-HE950E Signal amplitude: 800 mVp-p input ±...

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    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Appendix Name Specification Remarks Signal format: NRZI DVB-ASI Output impedance: 75 Ω (unbalanced) IP-HE950E Signal amplitude: 800 mVp-p output ± Maximum amplitude level: 800 mVp-p Silkscreened name ASI-OUT1, 2 Pin No. Signal name Remarks SIGNAL Name...

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    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Appendix Name Specification Remarks Signal format: NRZI Input impedance: 75 Ω (unbalanced) IP-HE950E (3G-SDI IN) Signal amplitude: 800 mVp-p (option) Maximum amplitude level: 800 mVp-p ±10% Silkscreened name SFP1/SFP2 SFP1/2 Pin No. Signal name Remarks SIGNAL...

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    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Appendix Name Specification Remarks Number of channels: 1ch Signal format: Start-Stop synchronization Connection: DTE Bit rate: 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400 bps External control Common Data length: 7/8 (RS-232C) (supported in future) Parity: NONE/ODD/EVEN Stop bit: 1/2...

  • Page 80

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Appendix Name Specification Remarks Balanced analog audio: Input impedance: 600 Ω (balanced) Maximum level: 0/20 dBm input switching AES/EBU audio: IP-HE950E External audio input Signal format: Biphase (supported in future) Mismatch attenuation: 25 dB or more (75 Ω: 0.1 to 6.0 MHz) Output signal amplitude: 1.0 Vp-p ±10%...

  • Page 81

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Appendix Name Specification Remarks [10BASE-T] Technical standard: IEEE 802.3 Transmission clock: 10 Mbit/s ±10000 ppm (±0.01%) Load impedance: 100 Ω Transmission coding: Manchester coding [100BASE-TX] Technical standard: IEEE 802.3u Transmission clock: 125 Mbit/s ±5000 ppm (±0.005%)

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    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Appendix Table A.2-4 LED interface specifications LED name Blinking Remarks Power on Power off Hardware operation Abnormal unit Abnormal temperature, power error, or fan error Operating normally Software starting Software inactive Blink interval: 0.5 seconds up normally...

  • Page 83: A.3 Installation Work

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Appendix A.3 Installation Work This section describes precautions and check items for installation work. A.3.1 Installation work scope For the installation work scope, refer to "4.1 Installation Preparations." A.3.2 Unpacking and unit check Unpack and check this unit as described below.

  • Page 84: A.4 On-site Tune-up Work

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Appendix A.4 On-Site Tune-Up Work This chapter describes the on-site tune-up workflow. START Preparations Environment check Visual check of appearance Cable connection Input voltage check Power - on Unit test System test Figure A.4-1 Workflow Since this unit has a diversity of system configurations depending on the application, this section covers the checking process for the unit alone.

  • Page 85

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Appendix (1) Preparations 1) Check of the system configuration Check the entire system configuration. 2) Check of the equipment and cables to be connected to this unit Check the equipment to be connected to this unit, the cables that must be procured, and installation work conditions.

  • Page 86

    IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Appendix (6) Power-on 1) Set the power switch on the front panel to the ON position. 2) Confirm that the PWR LED on the front panel goes on. (7) Unit test 1) Immediately after being turned on, this unit executes a self-check, and the RDY LED starts blinking.

  • Page 87: Glossary

    Glossary IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Glossary Glossary Glossary ·························································································· 74 Copyright 2017 FUJITSU LIMITED...

  • Page 88: Glossary

    Glossary IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide Glossary AES/EBU Embedded audio AES (Audio Engineering Society) and EBU A method to embed AES/EBU digital audio signal (European Broadcasting Union) standardized for into the blanking area of an SDI (Serial Digital professional digital audio I/O (IEC-60958 TYPE-1).

  • Page 89

    RS-422 LED (Light-Emitting Diode) One of the standards for serial communication The IP-HE950 has power LED and alarm LED standardized by the Electronics Industries lamps. The power LED lamp lights up in green to Association (EIA). RS-422 data transmission can...

  • Page 90

    Glossary IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide UDP (User Datagram Protocol) be strongly resistant to noise, travels on cables as long as 1.2 km, and has a maximum TCP/IP transaction protocol used for specific communication speed of 10 Mbps. applications such as remote network management and naming service access.

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    Glossary IP-HE950 Hardware User's Guide existing 100BASE-TX network is exchanged with cinema. The transmission capacity is 3 Gbps, and 100BASE-T-compatible ones, it can support a 1080/60p signal can be transmitted through a Gigabit Ethernet. single BNC cable. 12G-SDI 4K video...

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