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    IP-9610 Hardware User’s Guide...

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  • Page 3: Using Ip-9610 Safely

    The following notice is for USA users only. IP-9610 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...

  • Page 5: Preface

    IP-9610 are the video transmission unit with the H.264 encoding technology. This manual explains how to use hardware for IP-9610. This manual is intended for system designers and system managers who use IP-9610. Readers are assumed to have a basic knowledge of networks and video distribution.

  • Page 6: Organization And Contents Of This Manual

    This chapter describes the checks that are required before the start of IP-9610 operation. Chapter 2 Installation and Connection This chapter describes conditions for IP-9610 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.

  • Page 7: Warning Indications

    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-9610...

  • 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-9610...

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    • When cleaning the device, please wipe off with the cloth squeezing water (or neutral detergent thinned by water). • When wiping off, please be careful not to put water into the device from switches or the spaces. IP-9610 viii...

  • Page 11: Label

    ・ The following label is intended for users of the device s. MODEL 11-11 H264/AVC CODEC 1.70A-0.71A 100V-240V~ 00001 PART NO. TA23793-B10X 1φ 50/60Hz FC40761A1 0.170kVA-0.171kVA D11-0165001 認証番号 MADE IN JAPAN FUJITSU LIMITED Installed Option Part Number TA23793-B20X (96CODES-A0) TA22168-B70X (96ACMDL-A0) TA22168-B70X (96ACMDL-A0) I T E 1K91 E136004 IP-9610...

  • Page 12: Product Handling Precautions

    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

    CONTENTS USING IP-9610 SAFELY.................i PREFACE ..................... iii ORGANIZATION AND CONTENTS OF THIS MANUAL.......iv WARNING INDICATIONS................v SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ................vi LABEL ......................ix PRODUCT HANDLING PRECAUTIONS ............x Chapter 1 Preparations................1 1.1 Main Features ..................3 1.2 Components................... 5 1.3 Basic Application Examples ..............6 1.4 Part Names ....................

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    A.3 Preparations for Installation Work ............62 A.3.1 Scope of installation work ............62 A.3.2 Unpacking and device check .............62 A.3.3 Installation conditions..............62 A.3.4 Connecting external cables............62 A.4 Preparations for On-site Turn-up............63 Glossary and Index .................67 Glossary.......................69 Index ......................72 CE Conformity Information................74 IP-9610...

  • Page 15: Chapter 1 Preparations

    CHAPTER 1 Chapter 1 Preparations PREPARATIONS This chapter describes the checks that are required before the start of IP-9610 operation. Main Features ············································································ 3 Components··············································································· 5 Basic Application Examples ······················································· 6 Part Names ················································································ 7...

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  • Page 17: Main Features

    By combining the base equipment and hardware options, you can initially assemble the required functions in the IP-9610. You can flexibly configure the IP-9610 by selecting the SDI input board to have the equipment function as an encoder, or selecting the SDI output board to have the equipment function as a decoder.

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    (two audio boards must be added). For details on combinations of operation modes and the AV input-output interfaces, refer Appendix 5 AV Interface Settings the IP-9610 Software User's Guide. It is necessary to install a software license (encoder license or decoder license) by operation mode.

  • Page 19: Components

    Chapter 1 Preparations Components The IP-9610 product package consists of the following components. Attachments for all series consist of same contents. ・ IP-9610: 1 pc (cables separate order) ・ Safety manual: 1 pc ・ User’s Guide: 1 pc ・ Feet: 5 pcs ・...

  • Page 20: Basic Application Examples

    Chapter 1 Preparations Basic Application Examples Examples (system configuration) of use of IP-9610 are shown below. The basic configuration is for video transmission via point-to-point connections. With this configuration, the camera is connected to the encoder, and video data is transmitted to the decoder over the Internet, and then output to the monitor.

  • Page 21: Part Names

    Chapter 1 Preparations Part Names This section gives the name and describes the function of individual parts of IP-9610. 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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    Description (13) Power LED (PWR) Turns on when the device is powered on. Status LED Turn on when IP-9610 power is on. For more information, see Table 5.3, (14) “Details of LED Indications,” in Section 5.2. (RDY) Audio/Video input setting status indicator and LED that indicates the input off AV input status LED status during input setting.

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    See Section 4.2, “Cable and Connector Details”, for cable connection information. DVB-ASI output terminal. 75Ω unbalanced. DVB-ASI output See Section 2.4, “Connection to DVB-ASI Device”, for an explanation on (36) (DVB-ASI OUT1,2) using this terminal. See Section 4.2, “Cable and Connector Details”, for cable connection information. IP-9610...

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  • Page 25: Chapter 2 Installation And Connection

    CHAPTER 2 Chapter 2 Installation and Connection INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION This chapter describes conditions for IP-9610 installation and explains how to connect it to peripheral devices. Installation Conditions ······························································ 13 Power Supply System Connections ······································ 18 Connection to External Sync (REF) ········································· 22 Connection to DVB-ASI Device················································...

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    Possibility of serious injury The power cord and other cables connected to IP-9610 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 27: Installation Conditions

    2.1.1 Environment conditions Ensure that installation site conditions do not exceed 50°C. Under this condition, IP-9610 can operate in the multiple piles. Otherwise, the operating environment may damage and shorten the product life of IP-9610 noticeably.

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    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection (3) Install the rack mounting kit on 19” rack using six screws. (4) Install IP-9610 on 19” rack using the four screws (M5) attached. IP-9610...

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    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection 2. Desk-top installation Install IP-9610 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 30: Air Flow Into And Out From The Device

    IP-9610. The maximum operating ambient temperature for IP-9610: 50°C. b) The installation of IP-9610 in a rack should be such that the amount of airflow required for safe operation of IP-9610 is not compromised. IP-9610 has ventilation opening at the left and rear side.

  • Page 31: 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-9610...

  • Page 32: Power Supply System Connections

    2.2.1 Connection to ground Use a power cord with the standard two-prong plug with ground wire for FG and external ground connections. When the exogenous noise influences IP-9610, connect the FG terminal to an external ground. Figure Connection to ground IP-9610...

  • Page 33: Connection To Power Source

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection 2.2.2 Connection to power source IP-9610 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. Please 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-9610...

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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-9610 to 100-240 VAC outlet. Provide a power receptacle for the standard two-prong plug with ground. IP-9610...

  • Page 36: Connection To External Sync(ref)

    Connect coaxial cable with BNC connector to REF OUT for outgoing external sync signal. The signal is output in 75 ohm. For details about connectors and cables, see Section 4.2, “Cable and Connector NOTE: Details.” For electrical specifications, see Appendix 2.3, “Function Specifications.” Figure Connection to External Sync input, output devices IP-9610...

  • Page 37: Connection To Dvb-asi Device

    This section describes how to connect with the DVB-ASI device. 2.4.1 Connection to DVB-ASI Input Device When IP-9610 operates with the encoder mode, the BNC cable is connected to DVB-ASI OUT as shown in the figure below. For details about connectors and cables, see Section 4.2, “Cable and Connector Details.”...

  • Page 38: Connection To Dvb-asi Output Device

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection 2.4.2 Connection to DVB-ASI Output Device When IP-9610 operates with the decoder mode operates, the BNC cable is connected to DVB-ASI IN as shown in the figure below. The signal is terminated in 75Ω. For details about connectors and cables, see Section 4.2, “Cable and Connector Details.”...

  • Page 39: Connection To Rs-232c/rs-422 Device

    The [SERIAL] connector of IP-9610 is the RS-232C or RS-422 communication terminal (switchable). The terminal of IP-9610 is the D-sub 9 pins (male) . The specification of RS-232C operating mode is DTE. Use a cross connection or straight cable corresponding to the connected device. See Section 4.2, “Cable and Connector Details.”...

  • Page 40: Connection To Network

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Connection to Network To connect IP-9610 to a LAN device, connect the LAN device to the LAN communication port [CONSOLE/LAN1/LAN2] of IP-9610 using a LAN cable (UTP cable). The LAN communication port specification of IP-9610 is 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX /1000BASE-T for CONSOLE, LAN1 and LAN2.

  • Page 41: Connection To Voice Communication (intercom)

    For voice communication between IP-9610, there is one voice terminal to connect the voice communication device (e.g., intercom). Connect to VOICE terminal on the front panel of IP-9610 using the dedicated adaptor cable with the bidirectional voice communication terminal (RJ25 – XLR). The impedance is terminated in 600Ω.

  • Page 42: Optional Board Slot

    Please confirm to an empty slot of an optional slot the installation of the blank board without fail. The install procedure of optional board is as follows. Please turn off the power of IP-9610 when the optional board is WARNING inserted or removed.

  • 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 Device Setting and Operation (Front Panel) ···························· 33 Special Use of Cancel Key······················································· 34...

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  • 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-9610 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 the PWR LED turns off.

  • Page 46: Device Settings And Operation

    See Software User’s Guide for the procedure of the software installation and the each setting. ■Web browser recommended The supported Web browsers are Internet Explorer, Safari, and Firefox. Browsers whose operation has been confirmed: Internet Explorer 8, 9 Safari 5 Firefox 5 IP-9610...

  • Page 47: Device Settings And Operation (front Panel)

    Device Settings and Operation (Front Panel) The IP-9610 has six control keys: [ ], [ ], [ ], [ ], [Enter], [Cancel], [F1], [F2], [F3] and [F4]. Use these keys for making settings. The VFD panel displays of 4 lines, 24 characters per line.

  • Page 48: Special Use Of Cancel Key

    You can start IP-9610 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-9610 with the initial IP address and subnet mask with which the IP-9610 is shipped from the factory (CONSOLE: IP address 192.168.255.253, Subnet mask 255.255.255.252, LAN1: IP address...

  • Page 49: 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··························································· 37 Cable and Connector Details ··················································· 38...

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  • Page 51: Installation Preparations

    When constructing a system that uses IP-9610, consideration must be given so that its boundary between IP-9610 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 52: Cable And Connector Details

    Chapter 4 Cable specifications Cable and Connector Details (1) DVB-ASI cab le Coaxial cable 75Ω 5C-FB or more ① ② Front view <IP-9610> <External device> SIGNAL ① ① SIGNAL ② ② DVB-ASI 100m (Coaxial cable 75Ω 5C-FB or more) Coaxial cable with BNC connector...

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    (3) RS-232C / RS-422 cable ⑤ ① D-sub 9 pin (male) #4-40 retainer screw ⑨ ⑥ Front view D-sub9 (female) <External device side> RS-232C RS-232C DTE RS-232C DCE <IP-9610> <External device> <IP-9610> <External device> (DTE) (DTE) (DTE) (DCE) ○ ○ ○ ○ ○...

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    Chapter 4 Cable specifications (4) LAN cable IP-9610...

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    Chapter 4 Cable specifications (8) Intercom adapter cable (RJ25) <IP-9610> ① ② ③ ④ ⑤ ⑥ Front view <External device> ① AUDIO IN COLD ① ② AUDIO IN COLD AUDIO IN HOT ② ③ AUDIO IN HOT ③ Type 1 ④...

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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-9610...

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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-9610...

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  • Page 59: Chapter 5 Troubleshooting

    CHAPTER 5 Chapter 5 Troubleshooting TROUBLESHOOTING This chapter describes actions to be taken if the device does not operate normally or if an alarm LED turns on. Help Information······································································· 47 Alarm LED Lamp Is On ···························································· 49 Maintenance ············································································ 50...

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  • Page 61: Help Information

    If the fan speed is low, the fan needs to be fan speed has fallen. replaced. Contact a Fujitsu Service Center. The ALM LED Troubleshoot from the control terminal.

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    PING command issued to the IP shipment from the factory. Confirm the IP address of the device? address. If the problem persists, check the status on the LAN. For information on this startup procedure, see Section 3.4, "Special Use of CANCEL Key." IP-9610...

  • Page 63: Alarm Led Lamp Is On

    LED lighting by the temperature anomaly. For more details of the alarm log and the setting method of LED, please refer “IP-9610 Software User’s Guide.” Alarm LED. Blinks or lights in orange when a device alarm occurs. Lighting, blinking, and turning off can be selected by the setting about a part of the alarm display by this LED.

  • Page 64: Maintenance

    Rear space for maintenance > 700×1000 mm Flont space for maintenance > 700×1000 mm Front access case Flont space for maintenance > 700×1000 mm Rear space for maintenance > 700×1000 mm Rear access case IP-9610...

  • Page 65: Change Of Maintenance Parts (maintenance Only)

    If there is no improvement of situation after checking and dealing with referring Section 5.1, “Help Information,” change the hardware following the procedure below. This device itself is a repair unit. In case of a malfunction, please change this device itself. IP-9610...

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  • Page 67: 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·············································································· 55 Basic Specifications ································································· 57 Preparations for Installation Work ············································ 62 Preparations for On-site Turn-up··············································...

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  • Page 69: Appearance

    Appendix Appearance The appearance of IP-9610 is shown below. 43±1.5 425±4 mm IP-9610...

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    Appendix 11-11 MODEL H264/AVC CODEC 1.70A-0.71A 100V-240V~ 00001 PART NO. TA23793-B10X 1φ 50/60Hz FC40761A1 0.170kVA-0.171kVA 認証番号 D11-0165001 MADE IN JAPAN FUJITSU LIMITED Installed Option Part Number TA23793-B20X (96CODES-A0) TA22168-B70X (96ACMDL-A0) TA22168-B70X (96ACMDL-A0) I T E 1K91 E136004 Bottom View IP-9610...

  • Page 71: Basic Specifications

    Humidity: 20 to 90% (without condensation) conditions (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-9610...

  • Page 72: Function Specifications

    NTSC w/ SETUP (Analog composite, 29.97frames/s) Reference PAL (Analog composite, 25frames/s) Y/Pb/Pr Three values HD Tri-SYNC (29.97/25frames/s) clock input sync (Black) Input impedance: 75Ω (Unbalanced) Signal amplitude: 1.0 Vp-p Connector REF IN name Pin number Signal name Remarks SIGNAL IP-9610...

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    Signal format: Analog audio Input / output impedance: 600Ω (Balanced) input /output Maximum amplitude level: 20dBm , 0dBm (VOICE) Connector name VOICE RJ25 Pin number Signal name Remarks IN COLD IN HOT OUT COLD OUT HOT ⑥ ⑤ ④ ③ ② ① IP-9610...

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    [W: white, G: green, O: orange, Bl: blue, Br: brown] 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-9610...

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    1000BASE operation 10BASE operation [LAN2] LINK/ACT G LINK established LAN packets detection Cable disconnection [CONSOLE] 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-9610...

  • Page 76: 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-9610...

  • Page 77: 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-9610...

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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-9610...

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    4) Status check After the final setup, when the equipment is in the system operation state, make sure that the device status LED (RDY) on the front of the device lights in green, and that the alarm LED (ALM) is off. IP-9610...

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  • Page 81: Glossary And Index

    Glossary and Index Glossary and Index Glossary ····························································································· 69 Index··································································································· 72...

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  • Page 83: Glossary

    Broadcasting standardization organization) and 100BASE-TX as a local area network (LAN) used in MPEG CODEC most commonly. It is the standard. Twisted-pair cables are used to asynchronous serial interface and standardized connect hubs. A high-speed hub conforms to in ETSI 101 891. IP-9610...

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    Standard definition digital video interface The IP-9610 has a power LED lamp and standardized in SMPTE259M. alarm LED lamps. The power LED lamp is lit in green to indicate the device is on. SG (Signal Ground) alarm LED lamp is lit in red to indicate that an Ground for signals alarm has been generated.

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    3 Gbps, 3G-SDI enables transmission of 1080/ Vacuum Fluorescent Display. Because VFD emits 60p signals through a single BNC cable. by itself, the contrast is clear rather than LCD. Wide temperature range for operation makes less influence to functions. IP-9610...

  • Page 86: Index

    Installation and Connection ......11 Connection to RS-232C/RS-422 Device ..25 Installation conditions..... 3, 13, 57, 62 Connection to Voice Communication (Intercom) Installation preparations........37 ................ 27 Intercom adapter cable........41 Cooling method ..........57 IP address............ 34, 48 Cooling system ............ 3 IP-9610...

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    Powering on ............31 Video output............3 Preparation for installation work .....62 Voice input/output ..........3 Preparations ............1 Preparations for On-site Turn-up .....63 W R Web browser recommended......32 Weight ............3, 57 Reference clock input ........3, 58 Reference clock output ........3 Relay contact input ..........9 IP-9610...

  • Page 88: 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 URL: http://uk.ts.fujitsu.com/support/ IP-9610 74/74...

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    IP-9610 User’s Guide November, 2011 Edition © FUJITSU LIMITED...

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