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T101-1209-01EN
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IP-9500e
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    T101-1209-01EN IP-9500e User’s Guide...

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    The following notice is for USA users only. IP-9500e 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.

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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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    HD (High Definition) video and audio signals in real time through even the optical IP network like FTTH. IP-9500e has functions that encodes HD video signals from a HD camera or similar device and distributes it across the network in real-time. It also has functions that decode the encoded HD video signal data received via the network and displays it on a monitor or other device.

  • Page 6: Chapter 1 Preparations

    This chapter describes the checks that are required before the start of IP-9500e operation. Chapter 2 Installation and Connection This chapter describes conditions for IP-9500e installation and explains how to connect it to peripheral the devices. Chapter 3 Operating Instructions This chapter explains how to power on/off, set up and operate the device.

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    If a power receptacle with a low capacity or capacity below the rated value is used, the power receptacle, extension cable or power distribution wiring may overheat and start a fire. Important warning indications are summarized below in “Safety Precautions.” IP-9500e...

  • Page 8: Safety Precautions

    If an excessive heat, smoke, an abnormal odor or an unusual noise is coming from the device, 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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    If a power receptacle with a low capacity or capacity below the rated value is used, the power receptacle, extension cable or power wiring may overheat and start a fire. IP-9500e...

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    • Set the power switch to OFF, and disconnect all connected cables. Take care to avoid getting your feet entangled in the cables. • To prevent serious personal injury when moving the device, take special care to pay attention to your surroundings. IP-9500e viii...

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    The warning label shown below is affixed to the device . ・ Never remove the label. ・ Be sure to check the label at the bottom of this device before coming to the power supply. ・ The following label is intended for users of the devices. IP-9500e...

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    Specifications") can be connected. Otherwise, if incompatible devices are connected, the result may be personal injury and property damage. Disposal To dispose of the device, contact a Fujitsu Service Center, or request a specialist to take care its disposal. Modification and restoration Do not use any device that has been modified or rebuilt with refurbished used parts.

  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    3.3.3 Software management............. 39 Device Setting and Operation (Front Panel)........40 Operation Method and Page Transition ........... 41 Special Use of Cancel Key ..............47 Chapter 4 Cable Specifications............49 Installation Preparations ..............51 Cable and Connector Details.............. 52 IP-9500e...

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    Function specifications .............74 A.3 Preparations for Installation Work ............80 A.3.1 Scope of installation work............80 A.3.2 Unpacking and device check............80 A.3.3 Installation conditions ...............80 A.3.4 Connecting external cables ............80 A.4 Preparations for On-site Turn-up ............81 Glossary and Index .................85 Glossary.......................87 Index ......................90 IP-9500e...

  • Page 15: Chapter 1 Preparations

    CHAPTER 1 Chapter 1 Preparations PREPARATIONS This chapter describes the checks that are required before the start of IP-9500e operation. Main Features ············································································ 3 Components··············································································· 4 Basic Application Examples ······················································· 5 Part Names ················································································ 6...

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  • Page 17: Main Features

    HD (High Definition) video signal in real time through even the optical IP network like FTTH. IP-9500e has an encoding function that encodes HD video signals from a HD camera or similar device and distributes it across the network in real-time. Its decoding function decodes the encoded HD video signal data received via the network and displays it on a monitor or other device.

  • Page 18: Components

    Chapter 1 Preparations Components The IP-9500e product package consists of the following components. ・ IP-9500e: 1 pc (cables separate order) ・ Instruction manual (this manual): ・ Feet: 5 pcs ・ Holder of power supply cable: 1 pc ・ Mounting kit on 19” rack: 2 pcs ・...

  • Page 19: Basic Application Examples

    Chapter 1 Preparations Basic Application Examples Examples (system configuration) of use of IP-9500e are shown below. Decoder Site IP-9500e...

  • Page 20: Part Names

    Chapter 1 Preparations Part Names This section gives the name and describes the function of individual parts of IP-9500e. The diagrams below show the layout of parts on the outside of the device, and the table below lists the name and describes the function of individual parts. Numbers in the diagrams correspond to numbers in the table.

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    (HDMI OUT) connection information. (10) Power LED (PWR) Turns on when the device is powered on. Turn on when IP-9500e power is on. For more information, see Table 5.3, Status LED (11) (RDY) “Details of LED Indications,” in Section 5.2.

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    Remove when the optional card is equipped. See Section 2.7, “Optional card (35) Blank panel insertion” for removing or insertion of the optional card. Screws to fix the optional card. See Section 2.8, “Optional card insertion” for (36) Screws removing or insertion of the optional card. IP-9500e...

  • Page 23: Chapter 2 Installation And Connection

    CHAPTER 2 Chapter 2 Installation and Connection INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION This chapter describes conditions for IP-9500e installation and explains how to connect it to peripheral devices. Installation Conditions ······························································ 11 Power Supply System Connections ······································ 16 Audio and Video Device Connections ··································· 20 Connection to Network·····························································...

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    Possibility of serious injury The power cord and other cables connected to IP-9500e 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

    2.1.1 Environment conditions Ensure that installation site conditions do not exceed 55°C. Under this condition, IP-9500e can operate in the multiple pile. Otherwise, the operating environment may damage and shorten the product life of IP-9500e noticeably.

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    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection (3) Install the rack mounting kit on 19” rack using six same screws. (4) Install IP-9500e on 19” rack using the four pan screws (M5) attached. IP-9500e...

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    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection 2. Desk-top installation Install IP-9500e referring Section 2.1.3, “Air flow into and out from the device” and Section 2.1.4, “Open space required around the device” after sticking the five rubber feet (Rack mounting kit is not required).

  • Page 28: Air Flow Into And Out From The Device

    7) For installing, IP-9500e shall be installed near the wall-outlet and the wall-outlet shall be easily accessible. 2.1.3 Air flow into and out from the device IP-9500e is forced air cooled. Be sure not to block the air intake/exhaust vents. Provide an adequate amount of space around the vents. IP-9500e...

  • Page 29: Open Space Required Around The Device

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection 2.1.4 Open space required around the device 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-9500e...

  • Page 30: Power Supply System Connections

    When not using a power cord with a ground wire, connect the FG terminal to an external ground. The FG terminal has an M4 screw that comes with a plastic washer. To connect the FG wire, remove this washer. Figure Connection to ground IP-9500e...

  • Page 31: Connection To Power Source

    2.2.2 Connection to power source IP-9500e operation requires a power supply of 100-240 VAC. Insert the power cord with the standard two-prong plug with ground into the inlet connector. The power cord is not supplied with the device. Procure it separately.

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    Note: *l. Be sure that the detachable proper Supply cord has the approval of the appropriate safety agencies of the country where the equipment will be used. *2. Cable length of above Power Supply cord shall be shorter than 4.5 m. IP-9500e...

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    Do not turn on the device until connection of peripheral devices is completed. Otherwise, the device may be damaged. 100-240 VAC Using a power cord with the standard two-prong plug with ground, connect IP-9500e to 100-240 VAC outlet. Provide a power receptacle for the standard two-prong plug with ground. IP-9500e...

  • Page 34: Audio And Video Device Connections

    Digital and analog audio input Connect to ANALOG AUDIO IN (L), (R) on the rear panel of IP-9500e using the cable with XLR connector. The impedance is 600Ω balanced. Inputting a signal outside of the rated value will cause a problem in terms of audio level and noise. To input mono signal, connect the audio device to ANALOG AUDIO IN (L) terminal.

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    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection For HDMI input, there is one HDMI terminal to connect the video and audio output device. Connect to HDMI IN on the front panel of IP-9500e using the HDMI cable. The signal is terminated in 50Ω.

  • Page 36: Decoder

    For audio and video decoding, there are two digital vide, one analog video, one digital audio and two analog audio terminals to connect and audio and video input device. Digital video output Connect to SDI OUT on the rear panel of IP-9500e using coaxial cable with BNC connector and output HD-SDI signal. Analog video output Connect to ANALOG VIDEO OUT on the rear panel of IP-9500e using coaxial cable with BNC connector and output NTSC or PAL signal.

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    For voice communication between IP-9500e, there is one voice terminal to connect the voice communication device (e.g., intercom). Connect to VOICE terminal on the front panel of IP-9500e using the dedicated adaptor cable with the bidirectional voice communication terminal (RJ25 – XLR). The impedance is terminated in 600Ω.

  • Page 38: Connection To Network

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Connection to Network To connect IP-9500e to a LAN device, connect the LAN device to the LAN communication port [CONSOLE/LAN] of IP-9500e using a LAN cable (UTP cable). The LAN communication port specification of IP-9500e is 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX /1000BASE-T for CONSOLE and LAN.

  • Page 39: Connection To Rs-232c Device

    The [232C] connector of IP-9500e is the RS-232C communication terminal. The terminal of IP-9500e is the D-sub 9 pins (male) and the specification is DTE. Use a cross connection or straight cable corresponding to the connected device. See Section 4.2, “Cable and Connector Details.”...

  • Page 40: Cf Card Insertion And Removal

    CF Card Insertion and Removal In order to insert the CF card, the front cover of IP-9500e must be opened by screwing out the cover. No storage card is supplied with IP-9500e. It can be procured separately, depending on the system.

  • Page 41: Optional Card Slot

    Optional Card Slot The install procedure of optional card is as follows. WARNING Please turn off the power of IP-9500e when the optional card is inserted or removed. Otherwise, it may cause the serious damage to the device or injury. IP-9500e...

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  • Page 43: Chapter 3 Operation Instructions

    CHAPTER 3 Chapter 3 Operation Instructions OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS This section explains how to power on/off, setup and operate the device. Power ON/OFF ········································································ 31 Device Settings and Operation ················································ 32 Operation Management ··························································· 35 Device Setting and Operation (Front Panel) ···························· 40 Operation Method and Page Transition·································...

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    IP-9500e can be used to provide a variety of services using different types of installed software. Always install the appropriate software for IP-9500e.

  • Page 45: Power On/off

    3.1.1 Powering on When the power button on the front panel is set to the [ | ] position, the PWR LED turns on. When IP-9500e completes preparations for operation, the RDY LED turns on. 3.1.2 Powering off When the power button on the rear panel is set to the [O] position, the device is powered off and...

  • Page 46: 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. ■Web browser recommended The recommended web browser is as follow. - Internet Explorer 6.0 SP2 or later IP-9500e...

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    Chapter 3 Operation instructions ■ Basic functions of IP-9500e Web setup pages The settings page at shipment from the factory is shown below: Setup page at shipment from the factory (initial page) IP-9500e...

  • Page 48: Maintenance Page

    3.2.2 Reboot Clicking the button displayed in the left frame of the browser reboots the device. When you click the button, the following dialog box shown below appears for confirmation. Click OK to reboot. IP-9500e...

  • Page 49: Operation Management

    : 255.0.0.0 The page shown below first appears (Initial page at power-on immediately after shipment from the factory). The IP addresses and subnet masks set for the IP-9500e on the LAN and CONSOLE, and the gateway setting are displayed. IP-9500e...

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    IP-9500e from your network. Connect it to the setting terminal via a Hub or directly. Install the software in the setting terminal, and then set up the IP-9500e to meet the requirements for your network and then connect the IP-9500e to the network.

  • Page 51: Log

    (Ten pages of log information, 100 items per page, are saved.) For details of the alarm log information, see the alarm code list on the next page. Note that messages may be changed after installation of each type of software. For details, see IP-9500e Software User's Guide. IP-9500e...

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    *6 The ALM LED is on while this alarm is active. The LED goes off when the error cause is recovered. *7 The ALM LED blinks on while this alarm is active. The LED goes off when the error cause is recovered. IP-9500e...

  • Page 53: Software Management

    Information such as IP addresses is also reset to the initial values with which the device was shipped from the factory. Changing (restoring or deleting) the configuration data, in some cases, changes IP NOTE: addresses, subnet masks, and the gateway address. Be careful because doing this may cause an unexpected problem with your network. IP-9500e...

  • Page 54: Device Setting And Operation (front Panel)

    Device Setting and Operation (Front Panel) The IP-9500e has six control keys: [ ], [ ], [ ], [ ], [Enter] and [Cancel]. Use these keys for making settings. The LCD panel displays of two lines, 20 characters per line.

  • Page 55: Operation Method And

    IP-9500e initialization is finished and the RDY Maintenance Booting LED at the front of the IP-9500e goes on. Simultaneously, the maintenance initial page as shown in the figure on the left is displayed. (The figure on the left is a IP-9500 VxxLxxx display example.)

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    LAN or CONSOLE side. Press [▽] Press [ ] ----- Press [ ] ----- This menu is used to put the IP-9500e in ●Maintenance menu page 2 Press [Enter] the state in which it can be turned off or rebooted. Press [Cancel] Maintenance Press [△]...

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    Press [ ] ●Status menu LAN page 6 The current link status is displayed. Press [Enter] ----- Press [Cancel] 4 Link Connected Press [△] Press [▽] "Connected" or "Disconnected" is Press [ ] ----- displayed. Press [ ] ----- IP-9500e...

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    10Base-T Full / Half ●Status menu console page 4 The current link status is displayed. Press [Enter] ----- 4 Link Press [Cancel] Connected Press [△] "Connected" or Press [▽] "Disconnected" is displayed. Press [ ] ----- Press [ ] ----- IP-9500e...

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    Press [Enter] ----- the power to the IP-9500e. Press [Cancel] ----- The RDY lamp at the front of the Please turn off. IP-9500e goes off and key operations Press [△] ----- 7-2A are no longer enabled. Press [▽] ----- Access to the Web is no longer enabled...

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    Access to the Web is also disabled while Press [▽] ----- the IP-9500e is restarting. Press [ ] ----- Press [ ] ----- If this page appears, the IP-9500e ●Shutdown page Press [Enter] cannot be restarted because another command is in execution. Press [Cancel] ----- Press [△] ----- Retry restarting the IP-9500e later.

  • Page 61: Special Use Of Cancel Key

    Chapter 3 Operation instructions Special Use of Cancel Key You can start IP-9500e by turning on the power while holding down the [Cancel] key (for about 10 seconds) until the RDY LED begins blinking in orange. Doing so starts the IP-9500e with the initial IP address and subnet mask with which the IP-9500e is shipped from the factory (CONSOLE: IP address 192.168.255.253, Subnet mask 255.255.255.252, LAN: IP address 10.0.0.1,...

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  • Page 63: 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··························································· 51 Cable and Connector Details ··················································· 52...

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  • Page 65: Installation Preparations

    When constructing a system that uses IP-9500e, consideration must be given so that its boundary between IP-9500e and other devices is similar to that shown in the above figure. Since the type of work may change depending on the system, procure equipment and perform work based on consultations with a system designer.

  • Page 66: Cable And Connector Details

    Chapter 4 Cable specifications Cable and Connector Details (1) SDI VIDEO cable (2) Analog VIDEO / Synchronization (GENLOCK) cable Coaxial cable 75Ω (3C-2V or more) Front view <IP-9500e> <External device> SIGNAL SIGNAL ① ① ② ② Color 30m (Coaxial cable 75Ω 3C-2T)

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    Chapter 4 Cable specifications (3) Analog AUDIO cable (IN) (4) Analog AUDIO cable (OUT) IP-9500e...

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    Chapter 4 Cable specifications (5) HDMI cable HDMI HDMI <IP-9500e> <External device side> Front view TMDS DATA2 + ① ① TMDS DATA2 + TMDS DATA2 TMDS DATA2 ② ② SHIELD SHIELD TMDS DATA2 - ③ ③ TMDS DATA2 - TMDS DATA1 + TMDS DATA1 + ④...

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    Chapter 4 Cable specifications (6) RS-232C cable IP-9500e...

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    Chapter 4 Cable specifications (7) LAN cable RJ45 RJ45 12345678 <IP-9500e> <External device> Front view 10/100BASE <IP-9500e> <External device> <IP-9500e> <External deive> ① ① ① ① ② ② ② ② ③ ③ ③ ③ ④ ④ ④ ④ ⑤ ⑤...

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    Chapter 4 Cable specifications (8) Intercom adapter cable IP-9500e...

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    Type HVCTF cross section area NEMA (5-15P) Rated 13A, 1.25 square mm parallel blade 125V 3-Conductors Rated 13 A, 125 V (Single phase;2-current carrying conductors & ground) METI Approved METI Approved METI Approved or <PSE> or <PSE> or <PSE> IP-9500e...

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    *2. Cable length of above Power Supply cord shall be shorter than 4.5 m. CERTIFICATION MARKING Country Agency Certification Mark Country Agency Certification Mark Austria Italy Belgium CEBEC Norway NEMKO Denmark DEMKO Spain Finland Sweden SEMKO France Switzerland Germany IP-9500e...

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  • Page 75: Chapter 5 Troubleshooting

    CHAPTER 5 Chapter 5 Troubleshooting TROUBLESHOOTING This section explains how to power on/off, setup and operate the device. This chapter describes actions to be taken if the device does not operate normally or if an alarm LED turns on. Help Information······································································· 63 Alarm LED Lamp Is On ····························································...

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  • Page 77: Help Information

    In the case of a CF card access error, restart the device. If the problem persists, contact a Fujitsu Service Center. The CF card or the device needs to be replaced. The ALM LED Troubleshoot from the control terminal.

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    PING command issued to the IP shipment from the factory. Confirm the address of the device? IP address. If the problem persists, check the status on the LAN. For information on this startup procedure, see Section 3.6, "Special Use of Cancel Key." IP-9500e...

  • Page 79: Alarm Led Lamp Is On

    Blinks in orange when the input signal slipping for encoder and the reference clock input down for decoder. Alarm LED. Blinks or lights in red when a device alarm occurs. For more details of the alarm log, see Section 3.2.2, “Log” and Section 3.2.7, “Log” of IP-9500e Software User’s Guide.” IP-9500e...

  • Page 80: Maintenance

    Section 2.1.4, “Installation space.” 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. front and rear for maintenance. Front access case Rear access case IP-9500e...

  • Page 81: Change Of Maintenance Parts (maintenancer Only)

    When other part than the optional card failed, please change whole equipment (excluding the optional card) for the change of the maintenance parts. Please refer Section 2.6, “CF card insertion and removal,” Section 5.3.3, “Optional card slot” for the respective maintenance. IP-9500e...

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  • Page 83: Appendix

    Appendix Appendix The appendix contains view of the device 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 ············································ 80 Preparations for On-site Turn-up··············································...

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  • Page 85: Appearance

    Appendix Appearance The appearance of this equipment is shown below. IP-9500e...

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    Appendix Bottom View IP-9500e...

  • Page 87: Basic Specifications

    Humidity: 20 to 90% (without condensation) (Conditions for guaranteed operation and characteristics) Communication equipment room or office environment Dust (0.2 mg/m or less) FCC (part 15) Class A (Electro Magnetic EN55022 Class A Interference - regulation) VCCI Class A IP-9500e...

  • Page 88: Function Specifications

    Signal format: NTSC w/o SETUP (Analog composite, 29.97frames/s) PAL (Analog composite, 25frames/s) Analog Input impedance: 75Ω (Unbalanced) VIDEO Signal amplitude: 1.0 Vp-p output Maximum amplitude level: 0.5dB (0dB=100IRE) Connector ANALOG VIDEO NTSC/PAL OUT name Pin number Signal name Remarks SIGNAL IP-9500e...

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    Maximum amplitude level: +20dBm, 0dBm [Selectable] Connector name ANALOG AUDIO OUT (L) XLR male Pin number Signal name Remarks MONO: L ch COLD ① ② Connector name ANALOG AUDIO OUT (R) Pin number Signal name Remarks ④ ③ COLD IP-9500e...

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    Cable Pin assignment: Comply with one of two below Pin No. T568A W/G G W/O Bl W/Bl O W/Br Br T568B W/O O W/G Bl W/Bl G W/Br Br [W: white, G: green, O: orange, Bl: blue, Br: brown] IP-9500e...

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    Ring Indicator Name Specifications Remarks Parallel 2 pin with ground Input voltage : 100-240VAC±10% Connector : Inlet POWER Button : Locker button Input protection : Built-in fuse Withstand voltage : 1,500 VAC Connector name Pin number Signal name Remarks IP-9500e...

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    TMDS DATA2 SHIELD TMDS DATA2 - TMDS DATA1 + TMDS DATA1 SHIELD TMDS DATA1 - TMDS DATA0 + TMDS DATA0 SHIELD TMDS DATA0 - TMDS CLOCK + TMDS CLOCK SHIELD TMDS CLOCK - RESERVE(N.C) DDC/CEC GROUND +5V POWER HOT PLUG DETECT IP-9500e...

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    [LAN] LINK/ACT G LINK established LAN packets detection Cable disconnection [CONSOLE] or software inactive 100M/1000M G 100BASE operation 1000BASE operation 10BASE operation [CONSOLE] G: Green, O: Orange, R: Red Name Button type Specifications Behavior POWER Locker button Power ON/OFF IP-9500e...

  • Page 94: Preparations For Installation Work

    • Place where the device is subject to strong magnetic and radio waves A.3.4 Connecting external cables Refer to Chapter 2, “Installation and Connection,” for the connection methods, Section 4.2, “Cables and Connector Details,” and A.2.3, “Function specifications,” for device connector pin assignments. IP-9500e...

  • Page 95: Preparations For On-site Turn-up

    Input voltage check 入力電圧確認 Power on 電源投入 Unit test 単体試験 System test システム試験 EN D Since system configurations of the device are diverse depending on the applications used, this chapter describes the checking process for only a single device. IP-9500e...

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    “Cables and Connector Details,” and A.2.3, “Function specifications,” for device connector pin assignments. Hardware settings need not be set in the device. (5) Input voltage check Make sure that the voltage of power supplied to the device is in a range of 100-240 VAC ± 10%. IP-9500e...

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    2) The LEDs light if the self-check detects an unusual condition. (8) System test 1) Software installation Install appropriate software following IP-9500e Software User’s Guide. 2) Set-up check Various devices settings complying with the system specification are made from the control terminal either directly or via the network.

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    Appendix (This page is intentionally left blank) IP-9500e...

  • Page 99: Glossary And Index

    Glossary and Index Glossary and Index Glossary ····························································································· 87 Index··································································································· 90...

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  • Page 101: Glossary

    It is the scheme to embed (multiplex) IP Address AES/EBU digital audio signals in the auxiliary Code used for identifying a node (e.g., PC) data area (blanking area) of the serial digital operating using TCP/IP. This 32-bit number is signal. IP-9500e...

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    The subnet LED (Light-Emitting Diode) address is obtained by using an AND operation The IP-9500e has a power LED lamp and between an IP address and subnet mask. alarm LED lamps. The power LED lamp is lit in green to indicate the device is on.

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    One of the Gigabit Ethernet standards. standardized as IEEE802.3ab in 1999, uses the UTP cables of the category 5 (CAT5) and the enhanced category (CAT5e). The maximum transmission distance is 100m and it supports the topology of the hubbing, star and so on. IP-9500e...

  • Page 104: Index

    Connection to network........24 Index ..............90 Connection to power source ......17 Installation and Connection ........9 Cooling method ..........73 Installation conditions..... 3, 11, 73, 80 Cooling system ............ 3 Installation preparations........51 Intercom adapter cable........57 IP address........35, 36, 47, 64 IP-9500e...

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    Video output..........3, 8, 74 Power supply............3 Voice input/output ..........3 Power supply system connections ....16 Powering off ............31 W Powering on ............31 Preparation for installation work .....80 Web browser recommended......32 Preparations ............1 Weight ............3, 73 Preparations for On-site Turn-up .....81 IP-9500e...

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    IP-9500e User’s Guide September, 2007 1st Edition © 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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