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MADI Card Plus Multichannel Audio Digital Interface Card User Manual MADI MADI Back Card Front Card 93507896000 Rev B 08/2010...
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MADI C VAILABLE PTIONS MADI-16 Card ..................................F01U169843 MADI-32 Card ..................................F01U169844 MADI-48 Card ..................................F01U169845 MADI-64 Card ..................................F01U169846 MADI-16 to 32 Upgrade ................................F01U169847 MADI-16 to 48 Upgrade ................................F01U169848 MADI-16 to 64 Upgrade ................................F01U169849 MADI-32 to 48 Upgrade ................................F01U169850 MADI-32 to 64 Upgrade ................................
CHAPTER 1 Introduction The MADI 16 Plus card (9000-7896-000) expands the ADAM system configuration capabilities by utilizing MADI (Multi-channel Audio Digital Interface) technology to connect any AES-10 compliant device over coaxial or fiber connections at sampling rates of 44.1kHz and 48kHz. The MADI is a point-to-point configuration which provides for little or no delay in the transmission of audio across lines.
Reference Views Reference Views MADI 16 Plus Front Card LED Reference View TABLE 1. Red LEDs LED # Green LEDs TXing on Control Bus RXing on Control Bus Processing RX Message Link Fault – Fiber A Using Fiber A Link Fault – Fiber B Using Fiber B Link Fault –...
Reference Views MADI 16 Plus Back Card Reference View FIGURE 1.
Specifications NOTE: The fiber optic transceivers provide Class 1 eye Specifications safety by design and do not emit accessible laser radiation levels in excess of the Power acceptable emission limit (AEL) within the Input Power inherent design or intended use of the laser. Exempt, do not pose a hazard under normal 5.2Amps @ 5V (MADI Front/Back Card operating conditions.
Front Card DIP Switch Front Card DIP Switch Front Card DIP Switch Location FIGURE 2. DIP Switch Description Switch Position Debug Only Mode Must be left in off position Debug Only Mode Must be left in off position Must be left in off position Must be left in off position Must be left in off position Must be left in off position...
Back Card DIP Switch Back Card DIP Switch Back Card DIP Switch Location FIGURE 3. DIP Switch Description Switch Position Selects either RS-485 or Off (default) - RS-485 RS-232 for the serial On - RS-232 pass-through port.
CHAPTER 2 Installation Requirements You must have the following: AZedit v3.9.0 or later • Master Controller v2.2.0 or later • MADI 16 Plus v2.0.0 or later • If using a multi frame system, with DBX: • DBX v1.23.0 or later PeriphII-e v 1.23.0 or later How to Install Use the following instructions for your initial setup of a MADI 16 Plus Card.
Installation Cable the System Using the information in “System Configuration Schemes” on page 10, determine what type of configuration you are going to use for your system. Configure your MADI 16 Plus Card To configure your MADI 16 Plus Card, do the following: Step 1 Select your Channel Allocation Scheme, see “Channel Allocation Scheme”...
CHAPTER 3 Window Descriptions MADI Card Configuration Window MADI Card Configuration Page FIGURE 11. Slot Display Column The Slot display column shows the location of the card in relation to the frame the card resides and its position in the frame. For example, 2:017 indicates the card is in frame two (2) and slot 17 of the card in the frame.
MADI Card Configuration Window Description Display Column The Description display column shows the unique description of the card. This description can be created or modified in the I/O Status Description window. To create or modify the description, do the following: From the Alpha menu in AZedit, select I/O Card.
MADI Card Configuration Window Sample Rate Drop Down Column The Sample Rate drop down column is used to select the speed the MADI card references for transmission. IMPORTANT: When Word Clock is selected as the type of clock, the sample rate must match the Word Clock driver. •...
MADI Channel Mapping Window MADI Channel Mapping Window The MADI Channel Mapping window, shown in Figure 13, is used to map the available MADI channels to available intercom ports in the system. MADI Channel Mapping Window FIGURE 13. Card Slot Group Box Card Slot Drop Down List The Card Slot drop down list is used to select the card you want to configure.
MADI Channel Mapping Window Alpha Display Column The Alpha display column shows the alpha of the selected port. Alphas can be 4-, 6-, or 8-character names depending on the configuration of AZedit. REFERENCE: For more information on configuring AZedit, see the AZedit User Manual (P/N 93507769000). MADI Channel Drop Down Column The MADI Channel drop down column is used to select the MADI channel associated with the intercom port.
MADI Card Status Window MADI Card Status Window MADI Card Status Window FIGURE 14. Slot Display Column The Slot display column shows the slot location of the card in the intercom system. Description Display Column The Description display column shows the description assigned to the slot. Ports Display Column (1) The Ports display column shows the first eight (8) channels assigned to the slot.
MADI Card Status Window Active Link Display Column The Active Link display column shows the status of the active link (Fiber A, Fiber B, or Coax). There are two (2) status message possibilities: OK and Bad Backup Link Display Column The Backup Link display column shows the status of the backup link, if configured.
CHAPTER 4 Configuration The MADI-16 Plus is almost entirely configured using RTS’ AZedit configuration software. You can set the channel allocation scheme, set the speed, set the synchronization source, select the channel size, map channels, configure a redundant fiber connection, set the volume, and upgrade MADI firmware. IMPORTANT: A maximum of four (4) MADI 16 Plus cards can be used in a single frame.
Configuration Base 8 Channel Number Scheme Example FIGURE 15. Base 16 Unlike the Base 8 channel numbering scheme, where the channels are split into an upper and lower set of eight (8), the Base 16 channel numbering scheme puts all 16 channels in one (1) slot. This means, when you configure your intercom system to support Base 16, slot 1 in the ADAM holds channels 1–16, slot 2 holds channels 17–32, slot 3 holds 33 through 48, and so on.
Configuration To set the port configuration scheme, do the following: From the Options menu in AZedit, select Frame Mapping Table..The Frame Mapping Table window appears. Base Sixteen Check Box FIGURE 17. Clear the Base 16 check box for the frame you want Base 8 channel configuration. Select the Base 16 check box for the frame you want Base 16 channel configuration.
Configuration Reference Clock The Reference Clock for the MADI stream can come from one (1) of four (4) different sources: Internal - The MADI stream is set by the internal clock on the MADI card. MADI Stream - The MADI stream is set by the incoming MADI stream. NTSC/PAL - The MADI stream is set by the NTSC/PAL (TV Sync) source.
Configuration Sample Rate The MADI-16 Plus has two (2) sampling speeds it can run—44.1kHz and 48.0kHz. To set the sample rate, do the following: From the System menu in AZedit, select Miscellaneous|MADI Configuration. The MADI Configuration window appears. On the MADI configuration tab, find the MADI card you are configuring. Sample Rate Drop Down Menu FIGURE 19.
Configuration Channel Size MADI devices support either 56 or 64 channels. When connecting a MADI device to the ADAM frame, you must configure AZedit with the channel size of the MADI device. This is so you can map the MADI channels correctly. To set the channel size, do the following: From the System menu in AZedit, select Miscellaneous|MADI Configuration.
Configuration Channel Mapping Channel Mapping allows you to assign specific MADI channels to particular ports. For example, if your MADI device has 56 channels of audio and each ADAM slot supports 16 channels, you may need to assign channels on the same MADI device to different ports.
Configuration Click the Channel drop down menu. A list of available MADI device channels appear. MADI Device Channel Menu FIGURE 22. Select the MADI device channel you want to assign. Click the activate icon to send the assignment to the matrix.
Configuration To map multiple MADI device channels at the same time, do the following: From the System menu in AZedit, select Miscellaneous | MADI Configuration. The MADI Configuration window appears. Click the MADI Channel Mapping tab. The MADI Channel Mapping page appears. Channel Mapping Page FIGURE 23.
Click the Channel drop down menu. A list of available channel ranges appear. MADI Device Channel Ranges FIGURE 24. Select the channel range you want to assign. Click the activate icon to send the assignment to the matrix.
Configuration Merge Channels A Merge is where an certain amount of MADI channels from one (1) MADI device is combined with a certain amount of channels from another MADI device to build a total system of up to 64 channels. MADI channel mapping and merging associates ADAM channels to MADI channels.
Configuration Download Firmware To download new firmware to the MADI 16 Plus card, do the following: From the Status menu in AZedit, select Software Versions|I/O Cards. The I/O Card Versions window appears. I/O Card Version Information Window FIGURE 26. Right-click the MADI card you want download firmware to. A Download Firmware menu option appears.
Configuration Click OK. The success message and the Download Device Firmware window close. Success Message FIGURE 28. From the Status menu, select I/O Cards. The I/O Card Status window appears. Verify the MADI 16 Plus firmware has been updated. IMPORTANT: Do not power down the frame or remove the MADI 16 Plus card from the frame until you have verified the new version information from AZedit.
Configuration Navigate to the license file. Click Open. The Download License File window appears. Download License File Window FIGURE 30. Click Begin. The license file is downloaded. A success message appears once the file is done downloading. From the Status menu, select I/O Card Status. The I/O Card Status window appears.
APPENDIX A Port Allocation Table Introduction The Port Allocation Table is used to support I/O cards with more than 16 ports. It allows you to select which card types occupy which intercom slots and which ports are allocated to each card. Ports can be allocated in groups of four (4). Each group contains 16 ports.
Port Allocation Table Window Port Allocation Table Window Port Allocation Table Window FIGURE 31. Slot Column The Slot column displays the number of the slot where the card resides. This field is not editable. Type Column The Type column is used to select the type of card in the slot. Use the drop down menu to select the type of card in the slot. Available options are: AIO-8, AIO-16, RVON-8, RVON-16, MADI-16, MADI-32, MADI-48, MADI-64, and AES-3.
Port Allocation Table Window Allocated Column The Allocated column is used to select the number of ports to allocate. Use the drop down menu to select the number of ports you want to allocate. Available options are: Used to allocate 8 ports in a Base 8 system. 8+8 - Used to allocate 16 ports in a Base 8 system.
Port Allocation Table Window Ports Columns (4) The Ports column is used to assign ports in either groups of eight (8) or 16 ports, depending on what is selected in the Allocated column. Up to four (4) groups of 16 ports are allowed. TIP: To assist in setup and configuration debug, assign consecutive port numbers for multi-group port columns.
Port Allocation Table Window Warning Field The Warning field displays warnings pertaining to the intercom system as a whole. Warning Field FIGURE 35. Apply Button The Apply button is used to apply any modifications made to the port allocation table to the intercom system while the window remains open.
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