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VideoBloX
Matrix Switcher Chassis Only
User Manual
900.0855 - 10/06 – Rev 1.00

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  • Page 1 VideoBloX Matrix Switcher Chassis Only User Manual 900.0855 - 10/06 – Rev 1.00...
  • Page 2 History Issue Date Revisions Document 900.0855 October 2006 Initial Release Rev 1.00 900.0855 10/06...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    REMOVING A MODULE FROM A VIDEOBLOX CHASSIS ......4 INSTALLING A MODULE IN A VIDEOBLOX CHASSIS......5 REAR CHASSIS .
  • Page 4 DIP Switch Settings..........54 VideoBloX Chassis Power Supply Module ......54 HVBMATPIT .
  • Page 5 Location of Phillips Screw and Pulling Tool ......4 Figure 1-4 Removing a Module from the VideoBloX Chassis......5 Figure 2-1 Power Supply Module (HVB4U, HVB8U, HVB12U) .
  • Page 6 Connecting Redundant MAXPRO-Net Servers to VideoBloX Matrix Switcher ..57 Figure B-2 Connecting a Single MAXPRO-Net Server to VideoBloX Matrix Switcher ..58 Rev 1.00 900.0855...
  • Page 7 VideoBloX Chassis ........
  • Page 8 Tables Rev 1.00 900.0855 10/06...
  • Page 9: Compliances And Safeguards

    Users of the product are responsible for checking and complying with all federal, state, ad local laws and statutes concerning the monitoring and recording of video and audio signals. Honeywell video systems shall not be held responsible for the use of this product in violation of current laws and statutes.
  • Page 10: European Compliance Statement

    Users of the product are responsible for checking and complying with all federal, state and local laws and statutes concerning the monitoring and recording of video and audio signals. Honeywell Video Systems shall not be held responsible for the use of this product in violation of current laws and statutes.
  • Page 11 VideoBloX Chassis Only User Manual A product and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the product and cart combination to overturn. 10. VENTILATION - Slots and openings in the cabinet and the back or bottom are provided for ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the equipment and to protect it from overheating.
  • Page 12: Explanation Of Graphical Symbols

    Compliances and Safeguards 19. SAFETY CHECK - Upon completion of any service or repairs to this unit, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the unit is in proper operating condition. 20. LIGHTNING AND POWER LINE SURGES - For added protection of this unit during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the cable system.
  • Page 13 VideoBloX Chassis Only User Manual WARNINGS WARNING! To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this product to rain or moisture. WARNING! Do not insert any metallic object through the ventilation grills. WARNING! This unit must be properly grounded to a good earth ground.
  • Page 14 Compliances and Safeguards Rev 1.0 900.0855 10/06...
  • Page 15: Introduction

    INTRODUCTION PRODUCT DESCRIPTION VideoBloX is a range of compatible building blocks for use in video surveillance and monitoring systems. An entire system consists of a suitable mix of the following components / modules: Figure 1-1 VideoBloX Matrix Switcher Front View (HVB12U shown) •...
  • Page 16: Features

    Each system must contain at least one VideoBloX chassis. It is possible to interconnect more than one chassis either at the same location or at different locations with suitable data and video interlinks between the various racks.
  • Page 17: Rack Mount System Chassis

    HVB12U 320 into 32 or 288 into 64 VideoBloX modules are mounted from the front of the chassis. The modules are fitted horizontally to allow for vertical system expansion. All modules (except the power supply module) are position independent. Two thumb screws for removing modules from the chassis are provided with each chassis.
  • Page 18: Removing A Module From A Videoblox Chassis

    Power supply slot: Allowing for insertion of the power supply module accessible from the front of the VideoBloX chassis. REMOVING A MODULE FROM A VIDEOBLOX CHASSIS The modules are removed from the front of the VideoBloX chassis. Perform the following procedure to remove a module from the VideoBloX chassis. WARNING! If removing the power supply module, remove power to the unit.
  • Page 19: Installing A Module In A Videoblox Chassis

    Figure 1-4 Removing a Module from the VideoBloX Chassis INSTALLING A MODULE IN A VIDEOBLOX CHASSIS Perform the following procedure to insert a module in a VideoBloX Chassis. WARNING! If installing a CPU or combo CPU module, ensure the power is off.
  • Page 20 INTRODUCTION Rev 1.0 900.0855 10/06...
  • Page 21: Rear Chassis

    HVB4U versions of the power supply to provide 115 VAC or 240 VAC 50 / 60 Hz. It is additionally possible to power a VideoBloX chassis from a 18 to 24 VAC or AC 100-240V~AC 100-240V~ 60/50 HZ, 1.4A 18 to 24 VDC supply. Power indications are visible...
  • Page 22: 2u Chassis

    REAR CHASSIS 2U Chassis Figure 2-2 Power Supply Module, HVB2U The power supply module for the 2U chassis provides a 3-position terminal strip for connection to 18-28 VAC or VDC. FUSE F 2A,250V HVB2U WARNING! The HVB2U chassis must be powered by power supply, part number HPTV2402DWP, to be CE compliant.
  • Page 23: Main Input Power Connection

    (UPS) rated greater than 400 VA and is CE certified for system reliability. The UPS is not provided by Honeywell and is the responsibility of the installer. Note that the chassis may alternatively be powered via the low voltage AC / DC connector (see paragraph, Low Voltage Input Connection).
  • Page 24: Chassis Expansion Driver Board, Hvbce

    Control Expansion Connector This female DB9 connector allows for connection of RS422 control signals between multiple VideoBloX chassis. The pin-out of this connector is automatically modified depending on the configuration of the chassis being a master or slave. Refer to...
  • Page 25: Control Expansion And Communication Connector Pin-outs

    VideoBloX Chassis Only User Manual Control Expansion and Communication Connector Pin-Outs Throughout the VideoBloX range of products, a common pin-out scheme is used. The communication ports are referred to as Master or Slave, RS422 or RS232. The rear chassis Control and Comm connectors are RS422 connections. Refer to DIP SWITCH SETTINGS below for configuring the chassis as master or slave.
  • Page 26: Connecting Multiple Chassis

    REAR CHASSIS CONNECTING MULTIPLE CHASSIS Two Chassis Using straight through cables with Female DB9 connectors on each end, connect the Control Connector to the Comms connector on both chassis. Figure 2-3 Connecting Communication Signals between Two Chassis SLAVE CHASSIS MASTER CHASSIS Interlink Input Modules CPU Module Video Output Modules...
  • Page 27: Three Chassis

    VideoBloX Chassis Only User Manual Three Chassis Using straight through cables with Female DB9 connectors on each end Connect the Control Connector on the first (master) chassis to the Comms connector on the second chassis (first slave chassis). Connect the Control Connector on the second chassis (first slave chassis) to the Comms connector on the third chassis (second slave chassis).
  • Page 28: Dip Switch Settings

    57.6 KB 115.2 KB When multiple VideoBloX chassis are interconnected, use switch 4 to set the chassis, which contains the CPU card, to be the master. All other chassis must be set up as slaves. Use switch 3 to determine which chassis generates / receives the system synchronization signal.
  • Page 29: Reset Push Button

    VideoBloX Chassis Only User Manual RESET PUSH BUTTON Figure 2-6 System Reset Push Button When this button is pressed, the chassis will be reset. Should the chassis be configured as a master, then all slave chassis will also receive a reset signal.
  • Page 30: Led Indications

    REAR CHASSIS LED INDICATIONS The following table describes the function of each LED on the front panel of the power supply module. Table 2-4 LED Indicators LED Name Description Tx Data Flashes on when there is data present on the backplane transmit data line Rx Data Flashes on when there is data present on the backplane receive data line Flashes on when the chassis is transmitting data...
  • Page 31: Video Input Modules

    VIDEO INPUT MODULES DESCRIPTION The video input module brings 16 video signals into the VideoBloX chassis. Each of the inputs may be routed to 1 or more of the 64 backplane channels. All input modules have 16 video inputs, but can be switched to 16, 32, or 64 (maximum) outputs. Older modules have front panel termination switches and some have internal termination jumpers.
  • Page 32: Figure 3-1 Video Input Modules (2 Front Panel Options)

    VIDEO INPUT MODULES Table 3-1 Video Input Modules (Single Chassis) Video Input Description Module HVB16M16 16 Inputs switch to 16 Outputs HVB16M32 16 Inputs switch to 32 Outputs HVB16M64 16 Inputs switch to 64 Outputs The boards are identified by the quantity of analog switching array ICs, MT8816AP (8x16 switch array).
  • Page 33: Cross Link Video Input Modules

    8 video inputs from each of the style 'A' and 'C' modules. When connected using coaxial ribbon cables, each chassis receives all 16 video inputs. The 'B' style cross-connection module allows for interconnection of up to 4 VideoBloX chassis. Figure 3-4...
  • Page 34: Videoblox Switching System With 128 Video Outputs (2 Chassis)

    VIDEO INPUT MODULES VideoBloX Switching System with 128 Video Outputs (2 chassis) Figure 3-5 VideoBloX Matrix Switcher with 128 Video Outputs (2 Chassis) Chassis #1 (Video Outputs 1-64) Chassis #2 (Video Outputs 64-128) HVB16M64 and HVB16M64AVideo Inputs Modules HVB16M64 and HVB16M64CVideo Inputs Modules...
  • Page 35: Videoblox Switching System With 192 Video Outputs (3 Chassis)

    VideoBloX Chassis Only User Manual VideoBloX Switching System with 192 Video Outputs (3 Chassis) Figure 3-6 VideoBloX Matrix Switcher with 192 Video Outputs (3 Chassis) Rev 1.0 900.0855 10/06...
  • Page 36: Dip Switch Settings

    VIDEO INPUT MODULES DIP SWITCH SETTINGS Dependant on the style of input module, DIP switches will be as per one of the following diagrams. Note that the address is set in binary. For more information, please refer to Appendix A. Figure 3-7 DIP Switches SW1 - SW3 HVB16M16...
  • Page 37: Hvb16m32 And Hvb16m64

    VideoBloX Chassis Only User Manual Table 3-3 HVB16M16 DIP Switch SW2 Settings Switch Function SW2.6 Mute Reply SW2.7 Protocol B SW2.8 CH1 to Sync • DIP Switch S1 (1-8) defines the card address in binary format and is set to represent the camera range.
  • Page 38: Table 3-5 Hvb16m32 And Hvb16m64 Dip Switch Sw2 Settings

    VIDEO INPUT MODULES Table 3-5 HVB16M32 and HVB16M64 DIP Switch SW2 Settings Switch Function SW2.1 Input Address SW2.2 SW2.3 SW2.4 SW2.5 Output Address SW2.6 SW2.7 SW2.8 Table 3-6 HVB16M32 and HVB16M64 DIP Switch SW3 Settings Switch Function SW3.1 Protocol SW3.2 SW3.3 ON = FUNCTION A ON = FUNCTION B...
  • Page 39: Led Indications

    VideoBloX Chassis Only User Manual LED INDICATIONS The LED on the front panel of the input card illuminates to show power. Each time that a serial message is received via the backplane and is addressed to the module, the LED will flash off briefly.
  • Page 40: Termination

    The input module has one PCB mounted fuse, rated at 4A. This fuse should only blow in the event of a fault on the board. In such an event the input module should be returned to Honeywell for repair. Rev 1.0 900.0855...
  • Page 41: Video Output Modules

    VIDEO OUTPUT MODULES DESCRIPTION The video output module provides 16 video signals from the VideoBloX chassis. Each of the outputs is associated with one of the 64 backplane channels. Table 4-1 Video Output Modules Model Description HVB8O 8 Outputs HVB16O...
  • Page 42: Dip Switch Settings

    VIDEO OUTPUT MODULES Modules are equipped with: • Front panel accessible gain adjustment • Limited protection against over-voltages, such as those induced by power surges and nearby lightning strikes. The output module has a range of jumpers which are populated to determine which group of 16 video outputs the module receives from the backplane.
  • Page 43: Titled Video Output Module

    TITLED VIDEO OUTPUT MODULE DESCRIPTION The titled video output module provides 16 titled video signals from the VideoBloX chassis. Each of the outputs is associated with one of the 64 backplane channels Table 5-1 Titled Video Output Modules Model Description...
  • Page 44: Dip Switch Settings

    TITLED VIDEO OUTPUT MODULE Titled Video Output Modules are equipped with: • 24 character by 12 line text generation capability. • Built in real time clock. • Non-volatile RAM with Lithium battery to back up memory for storing camera titles during power down.
  • Page 45: Video Output Gain Adjustment

    VideoBloX Chassis Only User Manual Set the Titled Output Module DIP switches as follows: Table 5-2 DIP Switch S1 Settings DIP Switch Function S1.1 Output Group Address A0 S1.2 Output Group Address A1 S1.3 Blue/Black Background S1.4 Test Mode S1.5 No Function S1.6...
  • Page 46: Restoring Factory Defaults

    TITLED VIDEO OUTPUT MODULE RESTORING FACTORY DEFAULTS With the output module out of the chassis and disconnected from power, Place DIP switch S1-8 in the Off position. Leave it in the Off position for 10 seconds. This clears the non-volatile memory of the Titled Output module.
  • Page 47: Daughter Board Setup

    VideoBloX Chassis Only User Manual DAUGHTER BOARD SETUP MODULE BOARD SETTING, VIDEO OUTPUTS 1-64 Rev 1.0 900.0855 08/06...
  • Page 48: Module Board Setting, Video Outputs 1-16

    TITLED VIDEO OUTPUT MODULE MODULE BOARD SETTING, VIDEO OUTPUTS 1-16 MODULE BOARD SETTING, VIDEO OUTPUTS 17-32 Rev 1.0 900.0855 10/06...
  • Page 49: Module Board Setting, Video Outputs 33-48

    VideoBloX Chassis Only User Manual MODULE BOARD SETTING, VIDEO OUTPUTS 33-48 MODULE BOARD SETTING, VIDEO OUTPUTS 49-64 Rev 1.0 900.0855 08/06...
  • Page 50 TITLED VIDEO OUTPUT MODULE Rev 1.0 900.0855 10/06...
  • Page 51: Audio Input Module

    AUDIO INPUT MODULE DESCRIPTION The audio input module brings 16 balanced audio signals into the VideoBloX chassis. Each of the inputs may be routed to 1 or more of the 64 backplane channels. Figure 6-1 Front and Rear Views of Audio Input Module VideoBloX audio input modules are equipped with: •...
  • Page 52: Dip Switch Settings

    AUDIO INPUT MODULE DIP SWITCH SETTINGS Set the Audio Input Module DIP switches as follows: Table 6-1 DIP Switch S1 Settings DIP Switch Function A0 Board Address A1 Board Address A2 Board Address A3 Board Address A4 Board Address A5 Board Address A6 Board Address A7 Board Address •...
  • Page 53: Configuration Jumpers

    VideoBloX Chassis Only User Manual CONFIGURATION JUMPERS Phantom Power Jumpers and 20dB Pad Jumpers Figure 6-2 Phantom Power Jumpers and 20dB Pad Jumpers Fit the two phantom power jumpers as per the legend shown alongside to provide phantom powering for external microphones.
  • Page 54: Gain Adjustment

    AUDIO INPUT MODULE ADJUSTMENTS Gain Adjustment Adjust the front panel gain control to an optimum level for the input source for each channel. This level will result in a bright LED indication for "Signal", with only occasional flashes of the "Peak" LED when the input signal is at the maximum expected level. CMRR Adjustment Figure 6-4 CMRR Adjustment...
  • Page 55: Connecting A Microphone To The Audio Input Module

    VideoBloX Chassis Only User Manual CONNECTING A MICROPHONE TO THE AUDIO INPUT MODULE The following diagram shows how to connect a microphone to the Audio Input Card. Set the phantom power jumpers on the audio input module as described in paragraph...
  • Page 56 AUDIO INPUT MODULE Rev 1.0 900.0855 10/06...
  • Page 57: Audio Output Module

    AUDIO OUTPUT MODULE DESCRIPTION The audio output module provides 16 audio output signals from the VideoBloX chassis. Each of the outputs is associated with one of the 64 backplane channels. Figure 7-1 Front and Rear Views of 8 and 16 Channel Audio Output Modules Modules are equipped with: •...
  • Page 58 AUDIO OUTPUT MODULE Rev 1.0 VideoBloX Chassis Only User Manual 10/06...
  • Page 59: Chassis Interlink Input And Output Module

    CHASSIS INTERLINK INPUT AND OUTPUT MODULE DESCRIPTION The Chassis Interlink Input and Output Modules allow for multiple chassis to be connected together increasing the number of inputs of a matrix switching system. Figure 8-1 HVB32LKO Chassis Interlink Output Module with Rear Terminal HVBRJ45X8 CHASSIS INTERLINK OUTPUT CHASSIS INTERLINK...
  • Page 60: Figure 8-3 Jumper Jp1 - Jp4 Settings

    CHASSIS INTERLINK INPUT AND OUTPUT MODULE There are no adjustments / DIP switches on the interlink output module. User configurable jumpers allow this module to be available in two options, channel 1 to 32 and channel 33 to 64. Should a matrix be expanded to more than 64 outputs, these two options are still used and refer to the backplane channels within each subrack.
  • Page 61: Dip Switch Settings

    VideoBloX Chassis Only User Manual DIP SWITCH SETTINGS Figure 8-4 DIP Switch Settings Set the Interlink Input DIP switches as follows: Table 8-1 DIP Switch S1 and S2 Settings DIP Switch Function S1.1 S1.2 S1.3 S1.4 Interlink S1.5 Start S1.6 Address S1.7...
  • Page 62: Table 8-2 Dip Switch S3 And S4 Settings

    CHASSIS INTERLINK INPUT AND OUTPUT MODULE Table 8-2 DIP Switch S3 and S4 Settings DIP Switch Function S3.1 S3.2 S3.3 S3.4 Interlink S3.5 S3.6 Address S3.7 S3.8 S4.1 S4.2 S4.3 S4.4 Protocol S4.5 S4.6 Off = Normal / On = Switch 1 to 1 S4.7 Off = Normal / On = Test mode S4.8...
  • Page 63: Connections, Hvb32rj45x8

    VideoBloX Chassis Only User Manual CONNECTIONS, HVB32RJ45X8 Figure 8-5 RJ45 Connections R J45 Connector R J45 Connector Flat/Copper S ide Flat/Copper S ide 568BWiring 568BWiring R J-45 CAT5 Wire Colors Pin 1 Orange/White Pin 2 Orange Pin 3 Green/White Pin 4...
  • Page 64 CHASSIS INTERLINK INPUT AND OUTPUT MODULE Rev 1.0 900.0855 10/06...
  • Page 65: Binary Address Values

    A A A BINARY ADDRESS VALUES Table A-1 Binary Address Values Unit Address 0-not allowed Rev 1.0 900.0855 10/06...
  • Page 66 BINARY ADDRESS VALUES Rev 1.0 900.0855 10/06...
  • Page 67: Appendix Bconnecting To Maxpro-net Server

    CONNECTING TO MAXPRO-Net SERVER INTRODUCTION This appendix provides installation diagrams and DIP Switch settings for controlling a VideoBloX system with Redundant MAXPRO-Net Servers and a MAXPRO-Net Server without Redundancy. Required hardware: • PC running MAXPRO-Net software • VideoBloX Chassis (CPU module is not required) •...
  • Page 68: Dip Switch Settings

    CONNECTING TO MAXPRO-Net SERVER DIP Switch Settings VideoBloX Chassis Power Supply Module Set the VideoBloX Chassis as a slave chassis. Table B-1 VideoBloX Chassis DIP Switch S1 Settings Switch Setting HVBMATPIT Set the HVBMATPIT DIP Switches S1 - S3 as shown in Table B-2.
  • Page 69: Led Operation

    LED OPERATION After completing installation; Both LEDs on the HVBMATPIT should be lit solid. The TX, RX and RTS data LEDs on the VideoBloX power supply module should be flashing. The Video Input Card LEDs should be flashing. Upon receipt of a valid command from the MAXPRO-Net PC, both yellow and green Led on the PIT should flicker.
  • Page 70 CONNECTING TO MAXPRO-Net SERVER Rev 1.0 900.0855 10/06...
  • Page 71 VideoBloX Chassis Only User Manual Figure B-1 Connecting Redundant MAXPRO-Net Servers to VideoBloX Matrix Switcher Rev 1.0 900.0855 10/06...
  • Page 72 CONNECTING TO MAXPRO-Net SERVER Figure B-2 Connecting a Single MAXPRO-Net Server to VideoBloX Matrix Switcher Rev 1.0 900.0855 10/06...
  • Page 74 Document 900.0855 10/06 Rev 1.00 © 2006 Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced by any means without written permission from Honeywell Video Systems. The information in this publication is believed to be accurate in all respects. However, Honeywell Video Systems cannot assume responsibility for any consequences resulting from the use thereof.

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