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IP-920E/DC
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    IP-920E/DC Hardware User’s Guide...

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    Keep this manual in a safe and convenient location for quick reference. Fujitsu makes every effort to prevent users and bystanders from injury and to prevent property damage. To ensure no harm to you and bystanders, and to prevent damage to this equipment itself, be sure to use this equipment in accordance with instructions in the manual.

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    FUJITSU reserves the right to make changes to any products described herein without further notice and without obligation. No part of this manual shall be reproduced in any way or form without the permission of Fujitsu Limited. © All Rights Reserved. Copyright...

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    PREFACE Thank you for purchasing the IP-920E/DC. IP-920E/DC is the video transmission unit with the H.264 encoding technology which performs the high compression ratio, and transmits the SD (Standard Definition) /HD (High Definition) video and audio signals in real time through even the optical IP network like FTTH. (*1) IP-920E has functions that encodes SD/HD video signals from a SD/HD camera or similar device and distributes it across the network in real-time.

  • Page 6: Chapter 1 Preparations

    ORGANIZATION AND CONTENTS OF THIS MANUAL The manual consists of five chapters, an appendix, a glossary and an index. Read Chapters 1 and 2 first for information on installing and connecting this equipment. Read Chapter 3 for operating instructions, and Chapter 4 and subsequent chapters can be read as required. Chapter 1 Preparations This chapter describes the checks that are required before the start of IP-920E/DC operation.

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    WARNING INDICATIONS This manual uses warning indications to warn of conditions in order to prevent serious injury and property damage. Warning indications consist of warning markings of specific levels and warning messages. The warning markings are shown below along with their definitions. WARNING indicates a situation that could lead to serious injury or loss of life if procedures are not followed correctly.

  • Page 8: Safety Precautions

    If an excessive heat, smoke, an abnormal odor or an unusual noise is coming from this equipment, immediately set its power switch to OFF and remove the power cord plug from the power receptacle. Then, contact a Fujitsu Service Center. This indicates a hazardous situation that could lead to fire and electric shock.

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    Work type Warning Installation Possibility of electric shock and fire Always observe the precautions given below. This indicates a hazardous situation that could lead to electric shock, fire and damage to this equipment. • Ensure to use a DC power supply with SELV safety status. Using a power supply with another safety status could lead to electric shock, fire or damage to this equipment.

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    Work type Warning Installation Possibility of serious injury and damage to this equipment Do not install this equipment in places where it is exposed to shock and strong vibrations, relocation on an incline or in unstable locations. This indicates a hazardous situation that could lead to serious injury or damage to this equipment.

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    I T E ACCESSORY 1K91 LISTED E136004 CAN ICES-3 (A) / NMB-3 (A) Manufacture Fujitsu Limited Address: 1-1, Kamikodanaka 4-Chome, Nakahara-Ku, Kawasaki 211-8588, Japan Authorised representative Fujitsu Services Limited Address: 22 Baker Street, London, W1U 3BW, United Kingdom Label:IP-920E/DC IP-920E/DC...

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    Please note that you need to remove the CF card or take the backup of its recorded data in case of requesting the repair of the main unit that the CF card is installed, since Fujitsu does not guarantee the recorded content during the repair work.

  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Chapter 1 Preparations ................1 Main Features ..................3 Components ................... 4 Basic Application Examples ..............5 Part Names ..................... 6 Chapter 2 Installation and Connection ..........9 Installation Conditions ................11 2.1.1 Environment conditions ............11 2.1.2 Installation environment ............11 2.1.3 Air supply and exhaust of the equipment ........

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    Appendix ....................69 A.1 Appearance ..................71 A.2 Basic Specifications ................73 A.2.1 External specifications ............... 73 A.2.2 Environment specifications............73 A.2.3 Function specifications .............. 74 A.3 Preparations for Installation Work ............79 A.3.1 Scope of installation work ............79 A.3.2 Unpacking and device check.............

  • Page 15: Chapter 1 Preparations

    CHAPTER 1 Chapter 1 Preparations PREPARATIONS This chapter describes the checks that are required before the start of IP-920E/DC operation. Main Features ....................3 Components ....................4 Basic Application Examples ................. 5 Part Names ....................6...

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  • Page 17: Main Features

    Chapter 1 Preparations Main Features IP-920E/DC is the video transmission unit with the H.264 encoding technology which performs the high compression ratio, and transmits the SD (Standard Definition) /HD (High Definition) video and audio signals in real time through even the optical IP network like FTTH. IP-920E has functions that encodes SD/HD video signals from a SD/HD camera or similar device and distributes it across the network in real-time.

  • Page 18: Components

    Chapter 1 Preparations Components The IP-920E/DC product package consists of the following components. Attachments for all series consist of same contents. ・ IP-920E/DC: 1 pc (cables separate order) CF CARD PWR ALM LINK /ACT 100M ・ Safety manual: 1pc ・ User’s Guide: 1pc ・...

  • Page 19: Basic Application Examples

    Chapter 1 Preparations Basic Application Examples Examples (sys tem configuration) of use of IP-920E/DC are shown below. Encoder Site Decoder Site IP-920E/DC CF CARD IP-920D PWR ALM LINK /ACT 100M HD VTR On demand file transfer 100-240V 10/100BASE RS-232C ANALOG AUDIO OUT From affiliates 100M PWR ALM...

  • Page 20: Part Names

    Chapter 1 Preparations Part Names This section gives the name and describes the function of individual parts of IP-920E/DC. The diagrams below show the layout of parts on the outside of this equipment, and the table below lists the name and describes t he function of individual parts. - IP-920E/DC Figure Front panel (8) (9)

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    Chapter 1 Preparations No. Names Description Ethernet 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX communication port. See Section 2.4, LAN port “Connection to a Network,” for an explanation on using this port. See Section (10/100BASE) 4.2, “Cable and Connector Details,” for cable connection information. Speed LED Indicates the status of LAN port.

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  • Page 23: Chapter 2 Installation And Connection

    CHAPTER 2 Chapter 2 Installation and Connection INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION This chapter describes conditions for IP-920E/DC installation and explains how to connect it to peripheral devices. Installation Conditions ................11 Power Supply System Connections .............. 32 Audio and Video Device Connections ..............35 Connection to Network ................

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    Possibility of serious injury The power cord and other cables connected to IP-920E/DC may become entangled 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

    In case of using this equipment under unsupported conditions, the equipment cannot be supported by Fujitsu and it might be the cause of failure and shortening the product life remarkably. Use this Equipment in the environment which airborne dust is under 0.15mg/m3. (In case of being over 0.15mg/m3, use dust-proofing rack.) In addition, clean up around this equipment because...

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    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Two IP-920 per 1U (Type C2) (1) Check contents of the rack mounting kit. (2) Check all cables disconnected. (3) Connect the first device with the rack mounting kit “A” and “B” on IP-920 using six same screws (M4).

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    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection (4) Connect the second device with the rack mounting kit “A” and “B” on IP-920 using six same screws (M4). IP-920E/DC...

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    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection (5) Install the mounting kit C on IP-920 using two pan head screws (M5). IP-920E/DC...

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    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection (6) Align the main unit at the desired height on the 19" rack, and firmly secure the unit in position with the screws supplied with this product. Use four pan head screws (M5) to fix the product in position.

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    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection - Removing the device (1) When removing two devices at the same time Remove them by reversing the installation procedure for two devices. (2) When removing only one device Remove the four screws shown in the figure below. Remove the mounting brackets (C), and then remove the device.

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    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection 1 unit per 1U (Type A1) (1) Check components of the rack mounting kit. (2) Check all cables are disconnected. (3) Install the rack mounting kit “A” on IP-920 using three same screws (M4). IP-920E/DC...

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    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection (4) Install the rack mounting kit “B” on IP-920 series using three same screws (M4). (5) Install IP-920 on 19” rack using four pan head screws (M5). - Removing the device Remove the device by reversing the installation procedure. IP-920E/DC...

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    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection 2 units per 1U (Type A2) (1) Check components of the rack mounting kit. (2) Check all cables are disconnected. (3) Connect the first device with the rack mounting kit “A” and “B” on IP-920 using six same screws (M4).

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    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection (4) Install IP-920 on 19” rack using two pan head screws (M5). (5) Connect the second device with the rack mounting kit “A” and “B” on IP-920 using six same screws (M4). IP-920E/DC...

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    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection (6) Install IP-920 on 19” rack using two pan head screws (M5). IP-920E/DC...

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    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection (7) Install the mounting kit C on IP-920 using two pan head screws (M5). - Removing the device Remove the device by reversing the installation procedure. IP-920E/DC...

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    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection 1 unit per 1U(Type B1) (1) Check components of the rack mounting kit. (2) Check all cables disconnected. (3) Install the rack mounting kit A on IP-920 using three same screws (M4). IP-920E/DC...

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    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection (4) Install the rack mounting kit B on IP-920 using three same screws (M4). (5) Install the rack mounting kit C on IP-920 and rack mounting kit B using four screws (M4). IP-920E/DC...

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    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection (6) Install IP-920 on 19” rack using four pan head screws (M5). - Removing the device Remove the device by reversing the installation procedure. IP-920E/DC...

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    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection - 2 units per 1U(Type B2) (1) Check contents of the rack mounting kit. Coupling fittings Mounting fittings (2) Check all cables disconnected. (3) Connect the first device with the connecting kit using six same screws (M4). (4) Connect the second device with the connecting kit using six same screws (M4).

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    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection (5) Rotate the connecting kit, and fix with twelve screws (M4). (Bottom view) (Top view) IP-920E/DC...

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    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection (6) Install the mounting kit on 2 units using six same screws(M4). (7) Install 2 units on 19” rack using four pan head screws (M5). - Removing the device Remove the device by reversing the installation procedure. IP-920E/DC...

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    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection 2. Place the equipment to a Table Attach 4 rubber feet on the parts marked on the bottom of this equipment as below. Refer to “Open space required around this equipment” before deciding the place for this equipment. Mark for rubber feet Safety installation instruction: 1) Multiple pile...

  • Page 44: Air Supply And Exhaust Of The Equipment

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection b) The installation of IP-920E/DC in a rack should be such that the amount of airflow required for safe operation of IP-920E/DC is not compromised. IP-920E/DC has ventilation opening at the right and rear side. Do not cover or close these ventilation openings to prevent overheating.

  • Page 45: Open Space Required Around This Equipment

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection 2.1.4 Open space required around this equipment Provide the indicated (parts with hatched area) below, cable forming space, operation space and air intake/exhaust. For the information of maintenance space, see Section 5.3.1, “Maintenance space.” IP-920E/DC...

  • Page 46: Power Supply System Connections

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Power Supply System Connections This section explains ground and power-source connections. 2.2.1 Connection to ground When the exogenous noise influences IP-920E/DC, connect the FG terminal to an external ground. 10/100BASE RS-232C ANALOG AUDIO IN 12 - 24V 100M PWR ALM LINK...

  • Page 47: Connection To Power Source

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection 2.2.2 Connection to power source IP-920E/DC is safety-approved Class III devices of IEC60950-1, UL60950-1 and EN60950-1. Therefore, IP-920E/DC needs power source from SELV. Also, in case of using this device in the United States, it needs to be a UL60950-1 approved power-supply unit. Prepare a power-supply unit outputting DC12-24V with a power consumption of more than 40W and connect to this equipment by using the attached DC power cable.

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    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Possibility of electric shock, fire, and damage to this equipment Always observe the precautions given below. This indicates a hazardous situation that could lead to electric shock, fire, or damage to this equipment. Use a DC power cable attached to IP-920E/DC. If the attached power cable is unusable, select a power cable referring to (9) in “4.2 Cable and Connector Details.”...

  • Page 49: Audio And Video Device Connections

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Audio and Video Device Connections 2 Digital and 1analog video input connectors are equipped for connecting with video output equipment. - SDI Video Input (Digital Video) Connect to SDI IN connector using BNC cable. Input digital HD-SDI or SD-SDI signal. The signal is terminated with 75Ω...

  • Page 50: Connection To Network

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Connection to Network To connect IP-920E/DC to a LAN device, connect the LAN device to the LAN communication port of IP-920E/DC using a LAN cable (UTP cable). The LAN communication port specification of IP-920E/DC is 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX. The figure below shows the connection method.

  • Page 51: Connection To Rs-232c Device

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Connection to RS-232C Device The [RS-232C] connector of IP-920E/DC is the RS-232C communication terminal. The terminal of IP-920E/DC is the D-sub 9 pins (male) and the specification is DTE. Use a cross connection or straight cable corresponding to the connected device.

  • Page 52: Cf Card Insertion And Removal

    CF card (4) Press the eject button and remove the CF card. ※CF card is unequipped initially (Separate order). (5) Replace CF card and cover it. Please contact Fujitsu office what type of CF card is available to use. IP-920E/DC...

  • Page 53: Updating The Software

    Please note that you need to remove the CF card or take the backup of its recorded data in case of requesting the repair of the main unit that the CF card is installed, since Fujitsu does not guarantee the recorded content during the repair work.

  • Page 55: Chapter 3 Operation Instructions

    CHAPTER 3 Chapter 3 Operation Instructions OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS This section explains how to power on/off, setup and operate this equipment. Turn ON/OFF IP-920E/DC ................. 43 Device Settings and Operation ..............44 Special Use of MNT Button ................ 46...

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  • Page 57: Turn On/off Ip-920e/dc

    Chapter 3 Operation Instructions Turn ON/OFF IP-920E/DC This section explains how to power on/off the IP-920E/DC. 3.1.1 Turn on IP-920E/DC When the power button on the front panel is set to the [ | ] position, the PWR LED turns on. When IP-920E/DC completes preparations for operation, the RDY LED turns on.

  • Page 58: Device Settings And Operation

    Chapter 3 Operation Instructions Device Settings and Operation ■Setup Procedure The setup procedure is shown below. See Software User’s Guide for the procedure of the software installation and the each setting. - Check if IP-920E/DC is disconnected to user’s network. Connect IP-920E/DC and PC - Connect using UTP cable.

  • Page 59: Reboot

    Chapter 3 Operation Instructions This section briefly explains the basic functions of the setup pages. 3.2.1 Reboot Clicking the button displayed in the left frame of the browser reboots this equipment. When you click the button, the following dialog box shown below appears for confirmation. Click OK to reboot.

  • Page 60: Special Use Of Mnt Button

    Chapter 3 Operation Instructions Special Use of MNT Button You can start IP-920E/DC by turning on the power while holding down the [MNT] Button (for about 10 seconds) until the RDY LED begins blinking in orange. Doing so starts the IP-920E/DC with the initial IP address and subnet mask with which the IP-920E/DC is shipped from the factory (IP address 10.0.0.1, Subnet mask: 255.0.0.0).

  • Page 61: Chapter 4 Cable Specifications

    CHAPTER 4 Chapter 4 Cable Specifications CABLE SPECIFICATIONS This chapter contains a type of how work is implemented, cable connection system diagrams, and cable connector details. Installation Preparations ................49 Cable and Connector Details ..............50...

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  • Page 63: Installation Preparations

    Chapter 4 Cable specifications Installation Preparations A type of IP-920E/DC installation work is shown below. IP-920E/DC External device Audio adapter cable#1 (Attached or separate order) Audio adapter cable#3 (separate order) ANALOG AUDIO (1) XLR cable D-sub9 Analog audio output device (mic, etc) (2) XLR cable (separate order)

  • Page 64: Cable And Connector Details

    Chapter 4 Cable specifications Cable and Connector Details (1) SD I VIDEO cable Coaxial cable 75Ω Connector 5C-FB or more Front view <IP-920E/DC> <External device> Pin assignment SIGNAL ① ① SIGNAL ② ② Maximum length HD-SDI 100m (Coaxial cable 75Ω 5C-FB or more) SD-SDI 100m (Coaxial cable 75Ω...

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    Chapter 4 Cable specifications (3) Analog AUDIO cable Connector Audio cable XLR (Male) XLR (Female) Front view XLR (Male) XLR (Male) XLR(Male) ② XLR (Female) XLR (Female) ① ③ Front view XLR(Female) <IP-920E/DC> <External device> ① ① Pin assignment ② ②...

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    Chapter 4 Cable specifications (4) AUDIO Adapter cable (#1, #3) IP-920E/DC...

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    Chapter 4 Cable specifications (5) HDMI cable Connector HDMI HDMI <IP-920E/DC> <External device side> Front view Pin assignment TMDS DATA2 + ① ① TMDS DATA2 + TMDS DATA2 SHIELD ② ② TMDS DATA2 SHIELD TMDS DATA2 - ③ ③ TMDS DATA2 - TMDS DATA1 + ④...

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    Chapter 4 Cable specifications (6) RS-232C cable Connector ⑤ ④ ③ ② ① D-sub 9 pin (Female) #4-40 retainer screw ⑨ ⑧ ⑦ ⑥ Front view D-sub9 (Female) <External device side> <IP-920E/DC> RS-232C DTE Pin assignment D-sub 9 pin (female) ○...

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    Chapter 4 Cable specifications (7) LAN cable Connector RJ45 RJ45 12345678 Front view <IP-920E/DC> <External device> Pin assignment 10/100BASE <IP-920E/DC> <External device> <IP-920E/DC> <External device> ① ① ① ① ② ② ② ② ③ ③ ③ ③ ④ ④ ④ ④...

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    ・DC Power cord (length specified) Maximum length 3m: TA77057-xxxx Order example:TA77057-0500(0.5m),TA77057-2000(2.0m) Manufacturer FUJITSU LIMITED (9) In case of using non-attached DC power cable Use a connector, cable and plug that meet the following conditions. [IP-920E/DC Connector] Equivalent to HA216P-4S(72) / Allowable current: 5A and above / Nominal voltage: 60V and above [Cable] Size: 0.5 square millimeter and above / Allowable current: 5A and above /...

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    Chapter 4 Cable specifications How to connect wiring with IP-920E/DC connector (DC power cable) In case of using HA216P-4S(72) (1) Remove the insulation about 5-6 mm. (5) Build it into the shell. 5~6mm (2) Put the shell and the bushing together. (6) Screw down the barrel.

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  • Page 73: Chapter 5 Troubleshooting

    CHAPTER 5 Chapter 5 Troubleshooting TROUBLESHOOTING This section explains how to power on/off, setup and operate this equipment. This chapter describes actions to be taken if this equipment does not operate normally or if an alarm LED turns on. Help Information ..................61 Alarm LED Lamp Is On ................

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  • Page 75: Help Information

    Is the outlet voltage normal? When another device is connected to the same outlet, check the other device’s performance. Contact to CE in Fujitsu Service Center. CE may ask the alarm code for checking your The ALM LED Equipment error is occurred.

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    Chapter 5 Troubleshooting No. Class Status Description Recommended action Check the data input-output port settings. Is the port setting correct? ⇒Refer to Software User’s Guide. Is the data input/output device Check the operation of the data input/ output Data operating normally? devices.

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    Chapter 5 Troubleshooting No. Class Status Description Recommended action Has the encoder started Set the encoder to start encoding. encoding? Has the decoder started Set the decoder to start decoding. decoding? Blue/gray Make the correct streaming setting of this screen is output device and the encoder by referring to the Is the streaming setting correct? Software User’s Guide.

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    Chapter 5 Troubleshooting No. Class Status Description Recommended action If pulling out the line input cable from the receiving device does not eliminate the Is the receiving device operating noise, this equipment can be assumed to be normally? operating normally. Check the receiving device.

  • Page 79: Alarm Led Lamp Is On

    Turn off the equipment at once and turn on the power again. In case of not turning off ALM LED even if you reboot the power, contact Fujitsu CE. Our CE may ask you the alarm code. Please refer to “Table 4-3 Alarm Code List” of our software Users Guide for the details.

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    Chapter 5 Troubleshooting Table 5.3 LED display details Display Description Turns on in green when this equipment is turned on. Blinks in green in the operation preparation state, and lights in green in the operation state. Blinks in orange in the maintenance mode waiting state, and lights in orange in maintenance mode.

  • Page 81: Maintenance

    Chapter 5 Troubleshooting Maintenance 5.3.1 Maintenance space When the operators do the maintenance work, the maintenance space below is required in addition to Section 2.1.4, “Open space required around this equipment.” Desk-top installation: Rack installation: Please allocate the space more than 1 m in front Please allocate the space more than 1 m in or rear for maintenance.

  • Page 82: Change Equipment (only For Ce)

    Chapter 5 Troubleshooting 5.3.2 Change equipment (Only for CE) When the failure situation is not recovered even if you check and follow the instructions by referring to Section 5.1, “Help Information”, the hardware might be failure. Change hardware as below. CF CARD PWR ALM LINK...

  • Page 83: Appendix

    Appendix Appendix The appendix contains view of this equipment and its main specifications. Notes on installation work and preparations for on-site turn-up are also contained in this section. Appearance ....................71 Basic Specifications ................... 73 Preparations for Installation Work .............. 79 Preparations for On-site Turn-up ...............

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  • Page 85: Appearance

    Appendix Appearance The appearance of IP-920E/DC is shown below. IP-920E/DC...

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    Appendix Bottom View IP-920E/DC...

  • Page 87: Basic Specifications

    Appendix Basic Specifications This chapter describes the external specifications, environment specifications, and function specifications of this equipment. A.2.1 External specifications This equipment has the following external specifications: Item Specifications Installation conditions Indoor: Installation on a desk or in a rack that is mounted Dimensions Width: 210, Height: 42, Depth: 300 (mm) (excluding projections) Cooling method...

  • Page 88: Function Specifications

    Appendix A.2.3 Function specifications This chapter describes functional specifications of individual parts of this equipment. Name Specifications Remarks Signal format: NRZI Digital SDI Input impedance: 75Ω (Unbalanced) VIDEO input Signal amplitude: 800mVp-p Maximum amplitude level: 800mVp-p ± 10% Connector name Pin number Signal name Remarks...

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    Appendix Name Specifications Remarks [10BASE-T] System standard: IEEE802.3 Transmission clock: 10Mbit/s±10000ppm(±0.01%) Load impedance: 100Ω Transmission coding: Manchester coding LAN interface [100BASE-TX] System standard: IEEE802.3u Transmission clock: 125 Mbit/s±5000ppm(±0.005%) Load impedance: 100Ω Transmission coding: 4B5B Connector name 10/100 BASE RJ-45 Pin number Signal name Remarks Transmission data+...

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    Appendix Name Specifications Remarks No. of CH : 1 ch Signal system : Asynchronous Connection : DTE Data interface RS-232C Bit rate : 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400 bps (RS-232C) Data length :7/ 8 Parity : NONE/ODD/EVEN Stop bit : 1/2 Connector name RS-232C...

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    Appendix Name Specifications Remarks Version :1.2a Length of the attested HDMI cable Signal format :TMDS is pretermission. HDMI input Input impedance :50 ohms ±10% The unattested cable can't be used. Maximum length :-------- DVI isn't supported. connector :19PIN Type A Connector name HDMI IN HDMI 19 pin Type A...

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    Appendix LED name Blinking Remarks G Power ON Power OFF G Normal operation Starting up Software inactive Blink interval: 0.5s O Maintenance mode Maintenance mode Maintenance mode starting up (Cancel button startup): (IP=10.0.0.1, LAN subnet mask Subnet=255.0.0.0) (255.0.0.0) O Equipment alarm FAN alarm Normal operation Temperature alarm...

  • Page 93: Preparations For Installation Work

    Appendix Preparations for Installation Work This section contains notes and describes check items for installation work. A.3.1 Scope of installation work For details about the scope of installation work, see Section 4.1, “Installation Preparations.” A.3.2 Unpacking and device check Unpack and check this equipment as follows: •...

  • Page 94: Preparations For On-site Turn-up

    Appendix A.4 Preparations for On-site Turn-up This chapter explains the workflow of on-site turn-up. START START Preparations 準備 Environment check 環境確認 Visual check of 外観目視確認 員数確認 appearance Cable connection ケーブル接 版数確認 check 続 Input voltage check 入力電圧確認 Turn on 電源投入 Unit test 単体試験...

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    Appendix (1) Preparations Check the system configuration Check the entire system configuration. Check the units and cables to be connected to this equipment Check the units to be connected to this equipment, cables that have to be procured, and installation conditions. Tools and measuring instruments necessary for work: •...

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    Appendix (6) Turn on 1) Set Power button on the front panel to [ON]. 2) Check PWR LED lamp on the front panel is on. (7) Unit test 1) Since this device executes a self-check immediately after power is turned on, check the RDY LED on the front of the panel does not light after power is turned on.

  • Page 97: Glossary And Index

    Glossary and Index Glossary and Index Glossary ........................85 Index ........................88 CE Conformity Information ................... 90...

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  • Page 99: Glossary

    Glossary and Index Glossary Alarm Log FG (Frame Ground) Record of errors that have occurred on devices Ground for a cabinet and communication lines Flow Control BNC (Bayonet Neill Con celman) Procedure for controlling the flow of data Type of coaxial connector whose characteristic between two devices.

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    Glossary and Index to wide range). It is intended for low-speed standard. Twisted-pair cables are used to con- communication by general-purpose multimedia nect hubs. A high-speed hub conforms to encoding systems on mobile terminals. 100BASE-TX, and a switching hub has switching functions.

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    Glossary and Index global standard protocol that is supported by major operating systems, including UNIX, OS/2, and UTP Cable Windows. Abbreviation of unshielded twisted pair. It is a unshielded pair of wires twisted together, and TS (Transport Stream) these wires are used for Ethernet cabling and stream used multi-programs...

  • Page 102: Index

    Glossary and Index Index Device settings and operation ......38 Dimensions ............ 3, 67 1 Dust ..............67 100BASE-TX ........3, 7, 31, 69 E 10BASE-T ......... 3, 7, 31, 69 12-24VDC ..........3, 67, 70 Environment specifications ....... 67 External specifications ........

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    Glossary and Index RS-232C interface ..........70 N RS-232C port ............7 Network ..............3 S O Scope of installation work........ 73 SDI VIDEO cable ..........44 Operation Instructions........35 SD-SDI ..............30 Option LED ............6 Setup operations ..........38 Special Use of Cancel Key......

  • Page 104: Ce Conformity Information

    Glossary and Index CE Conformity Information Following address can be reached at for regarding the CE conformity information. Fujitsu Services Limited Address: 22 Baker Street, London, W1U 3BW, United Kingdom IP-920E/DC 90/90...

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    IP-920E/DC Hardware User’s Guide Edition 8 June 2016 © FUJITSU LIMITED If this manual is missing a page or pages are not in the proper order, it will be replaced.

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