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DATA SHEET
Fiber Optic Digital Extension Modules in 19” 1RU Frame for
Indoor Broadcast
Contents
 Description
 Features
 Applications
 Technical Specifications
 Drawing
 Cable Connection
 Environmental Reliability Test
 Terminology
OPTICIS HQ
Opticis Co., Ltd.
# 304, Byucksan Technopia, 434-6
Sangdaewon-Dong, Chungwon-Ku,
Sungnam City, Kyungki-Do, 462-716
South Korea
Te l: +82 (31) 737-8033~8
Fax: +82 (31) 737-8079
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19” 1RU Frame & Fiber Optic Extenders
Description
OPTICIS 19” 1RU frame is a modular and systematic fiber-optic solution providing a variety of optical
extenders with the flexibility to converts and transport multi-rate SDI formats such as 3G-SDI(SMPTE424M), HD-SDI(SMPTE-292M), SD-SDI by 8-channel of CWDM, AES-3id audio compatible with SMPTE
276 and Dolby-E, RS-232/422 and 100Base Ethernet signals over 20km.
All extenders and dual power supply modules are hot-swappable to allow system maintenance without any
disruption or disconnection. Each of the various extenders are also available in a compact stand-alone type
to be incorporated into any broadcast workflow from small studio and OB vans to master control room.
BR-100 can deploy 1 slot sized extender up to 16 slots and indicates the status of mounted extenders in
front panel by LED; LD(Slot ID), PD status, Power and FAN alarm. Dual AC power can be changed by
removing the front panel, without cutting off the power to the system. Redundant power is included.
The adaptable modules are consisted of five (5) parts as follows;
1) One transmitter converting digital video signal to optical multi-rate SDI formats including 3G-SDI
(SMPTE-424M), HD-SDI (SMPTE-292M), SD-SDI (SMPTE-259M) and DVI-ASI by 8-channel of CWDM
with an equalizer: VT-1xx (1 slot taken)
One receiver converting optical signals to digital video signals including Clock and Data Recovery:
VR-100 (1 slot taken)
2) One transmitter converting digital audio signal to optical 8-channel of AES-3id signals by CWDM:
AT-1xx (5 slots taken)
One receiver converting optical signals to digital audio signals: AR-100 (5 slots taken)
3) One transmitter sending digital RS-232 or 422 signals to receiver: DX-1 (3 slots taken)
One receiver getting digital RS-232 or 422 signals from transmitter: DX-2 (3 slots taken)
4) One transmitter sending Ethernet signal(100Base) to receiver: EX-1 (2 slots taken)
One receiver getting Ethernet signal from transmitter: EX-2 (2 slots taken)
5) One multiplexer/de-multiplexer 8-different wavelength fiber-optic inputs into 1-fiber and also divides
combined signal into 8-different wavelength outputs.
(where XX refers to wavelength of transmitter: 1330, 1350, 1370, 1430, 1450, 1470,
1490 and 1510.)
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The package includes as follows;
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19” 1RU frame, BR-100
-
AC power cord
-
User manual
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Individual packing for each module with DC 5V adaptor
Features

Adopts up to 16 optical extenders.

Each of the various extenders is also available in a compact stand-alone type.

Supports redundant power for Hot swapping & Load sharing.

Wide wavelength operation from 1330nm to 1510nm.

Transmits signals over 20km by single-mode cable.

Status LEDs for signal monitoring.
Applications

Incorporation of broadcast workflow from Small/Sub studio and OB Vans including remote/ENG/EFP
and pre/post-production to Main studio or Master Control Room.

Fiber optic applications with free-interference using 3G-SDI signals including medical, military,
government and security purposes.
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Technical Specifications
Specifications and designs are subject to change without notice.
Power Supply Unit
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General Specifications
Name
Power supply frame
Model
BR-100
Product
Front Panel Size
19” 1RU, Standard EIA Panel
VT-1xx and VR-100
Module installation
Quantity
Up to 16 VT-1xx and/or VR-100 modules
Hot Swap
Support hot swap of VT-1xx/VR-100 modules
st
1 column
2
LED indicator
nd
ID: Indicate the existence of Transmitter
column
SD: Indicate the existence of Receiver
3 columm
Status: Indicate the status of Transmitter, Receiver and Transceiver
(For more detail, refer to appendix in user manual)
Power
Power ON/OFF
FAN
Cooling FAN Alarm
rd
Dual redundant AC power is included.
Dual AC Power
Power supply
Input power range
95-240VAC 50-60Hz
Operation Temperature
0 ~ 50℃
Operation Humidity
0~90%RH
Storage Temperature
-20~85℃
Storage Humidity
0~90%RH
Dimensions
483mm x 44mm x 370mm (W x H x D)
Weight
5.1Kg (including 2 AC power supplies and no modules)
VIDEO INPUT/OUTPUT
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General Specifications
Transmitter (E-to-O converter)/Receiver module (O-to-E converter): VT-1xx/VR-100
Product
Model
SMPTE
Standard
3G-SDI
HD-SDI
Transmission
bandwidth
SD-SDI
DVB
Standard
DVB-ASI
Hot Swap
LED indicator
Electric/Optical Unit
VT-1xx
Optical/Electric Unit
VR-100
259M, 292M, 424M
2.97Gbps (SMPTE 424M)
1.485Gbps (SMPTE 292M)
270Mbps (SMPTE 259M)
270Mbps (Reclocked)
Hot swappable with Opticis power supply unit, BR-100
Power
Red
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Operation Temperature
Storage Temperature
Operation Humidity
Status
Top
Tsto
RHsto
Green (LD: Video transmitting, SD: Signal detect)
0 ~ 50C
-20 ~ 80C
5 ~ 95%RH
Operating Conditions
-
Power Supply
Electrical
Link
Parameter
Supply Voltage
Transmitter Supply Current
Receiver Supply Current
Transmitter Power
Dissipation
Receiver Power Dissipation
Power Supply Rejection
(Note1)
Input Signal
Input Impedance
Input Signal Level
Return Loss
Propagation Delay
Data rate
Cable Equalization
Alignment Jitter
Timing Jitter
Symbol
Vcc
ITCC
IRCC
Minimum
4.5
-
PTX
Maximum
5.5
400
400
Units
V
mA
mA
-
2
W
PRX
-
2
W
PSR
-
-
mVp-p
ZIN
SMPTE424M
SMPTE292M
SMPTE424M
SMPTE292M
Optical Link
Output Optical Power
Po
Wavelength

Spectral width in RMS
Extinction Ratio
Rising Time (Note2)
Falling Time (Note2)
Jitter in p-p value

Ext
Trise
Tfall
Tjitter
Typical
5.0
50
SMPTE 424M/292M/259M
75
720
800
880
10
1.5
3
100
0.2
-0.1
0.2
0.2
0
1330,1350,1370,1430
1450,1470,1490,1510
0.32
5
140
150
80
mVp-p
Ω
mVp-p
dB
ns
Gbps
UI
UI
UI
UI
dBm
nm
nm
dB
ps
ps
ps
Note1. Tested with a 50mVp-p sinusoidal signal in the frequency range from 500 Hz to 500 MHz on the V CC supply with the
recommended power supply filter in place. Typically less than a 0.25 dB change in sensitivity is experienced.
Note2. 20% - 80%; Measured unfiltered @ 3Gbps
AUDIO INPUT/OUTPUT
-
General Specifications
Transmitter (E-to-O converter)/Receiver module (O-to-E converter): AT-1xx/AR-100
Product
Model
Electric/Optical Unit
AT-1xx
Optical/Electric Unit
AR-100
Standard
AES-3id-2001
Compatibility Standard
AES Standard
Transmission bandwidth
Hot Swap
SMPTE276 / Dolby-E
32kbps,44kbps, 48kbps
400Mhz
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Power
LED indicator
Red
Green
(ST: Normal status, SD: Signal detect, Ch1~8:Audio input
output status)
-10~60℃
-20~80℃
0~90%
Status
Operation Temperature
Storage Temperature
Operation Humidity
Operating Conditions
-
Power Supply
Electrical
Link
Optical Link
Parameter
Supply Voltage
Transmitter Supply Current
Receiver Supply Current
Transmitter Power
Dissipation
Receiver Power Dissipation
Power Supply Rejection
(Note1)
Input Signal
Input Impedance
Input Signal Level
Output Signal Level
Sampling Rate
Number of Channels
Connector
Return Loss
Data rate
Output Optical Power
Symbol
Vcc
ITCC
IRCC
Minimum
4.75
-
PTX
Wavelength

Spectral width in RMS
Power Budget
Fiber Type
Connector
Extinction Ratio
Rising Time (Note2)
Falling Time (Note2)
Jitter in p-p value

Typical
5
Maximum
5.25
300
250
Units
V
mA
-
1.5
W
PRX
-
1.25
PSR
-
50
-
mVp-p
AES-3id-2001/ SMPTE276/ Dolby-E
75
1
1
50
8
BNC
-20
0.05
-9
1330,1350,1370,1430
1450,1470,1490,1510
1
20
Single Mode
SC
12
150
150
800
ZIN
Po
Ext
Trise
Tfall
Tjitter
Ω
Vp-p
Vp-p
KHz
dB
Gbps
dBm
nm
nm
dB
dB
ps
ps
ps
SERIAL DATA INPUT/OUTPUT
-
General Specifications
Transceiver module of RS-422/232: DX-1/DX-2
Product
Model
Standard
Transmission bandwidth
Baud rate(RS232)
Baud rate(RS422)
Transceiver
Transceiver
(1310nm FP-LD, 1550nm PD)
(1550nm FP-LD, 1310nm PD)
DX-1
DX-2
TIA-422 / SMPTE207M
200MHZ
115200bps
10Mbps
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Hot Swap
Hot swappable with Opticis power supply unit, BR-100
Red
Green
Status
(SD: Signal detect, TxD: Data out, RxD: Data in)
0~90%RH
-20~85℃
0~90%RH
Power
LED indicator
Operation Temperature
Storage Temperature
Operation Humidity
Operating Conditions
Power Supply
Parameter
Supply Voltage
Transmitter Supply Current
Receiver Supply Current
Transmitter Power
Dissipation
Receiver Power Dissipation
Symbol
Vcc
ITCC
IRCC
Minimum
4.75
-
PTX
PRX
Typical
5
Maximum
5.25
350
350
Units
V
mA
-
1.75
W
-
1.75
TIA-422 / SMPTE207M
Input Signal
Electrical
Link
Optical Link
Input Impedance
Input Signal Level
Data rate
Bit Error Rate
Number of Channels
Connector
Output Optical Power
Wavelength
Spectral width in RMS
Power Budget
Connector
Extinction Ratio
Rising Time (Note2)
Falling Time (Note2)
Jitter in p-p value
ZIN
-
75
Ω
Vp-p
Mbps
±13
10
9
1/10
1
D-SUB 9Pin Female
Po


-9
1
-
dBm
nm
nm
dB
150
150
800
dB
ps
ps
ps
1310/1550
20
SC
Ext
Trise
Tfall
Tjitter
12
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ETHERNET INPUT/OUTPUT
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General Specifications
Transmitter/Receiver module of 100Base Ethernet: EX-1/EX-2
Product
Model
Standard
Transmission bandwidth
Baud rate
Hot Swap
LED indicator
Operation Temperature
Transceiver
Transceiver
(1310nm FP-LD, 1550nm PD)
(1550nm FP-LD, 1310nm PD)
EX-1
EX-2
IEEE 802.3 (100M BaseTX)
125MHZ
100Mbps
Hot swappable with Opticis power supply unit, BR-100
Power
Red
Green
Status
(SD: Signal detect, TP: CAT5 port link, FX: Fiber port link
0~90%RH
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-20~85℃
0~90%RH
Storage Temperature
Operation Humidity
Operating Conditions
-
Power Supply
Parameter
Supply Voltage
Transmitter Supply Current
Receiver Supply Current
Transmitter Power
Dissipation
Receiver Power Dissipation
Power Supply Rejection
(Note1)
Electrical
Link
Optical Link
-
Input Signal
Speed
Duplex Mode
Connector
Input Impedance
Input Signal Level
Return Loss
Data rate
Output Optical Power
Wavelength
Power Budget
Fiber Type
Connector
Spectral width in RMS
Extinction Ratio
Rising Time (Note2)
Falling Time (Note2)
Jitter in p-p value
Symbol
Vcc
ITCC
IRCC
Minimum
4.75
-
PTX
Typical
5
Maximum
5.25
340
340
Units
V
mA
-
1.7
W
PRX
-
1.7
PSR
-
50
-
mVp-p
IEEE 802.3 (100M BaseTX)
100
Half/Full Duplex., Auto-negotiation
RJ-45
120
2000
20
100
-9
1310/1550
20
Single Mode
SC
1
12
150
150
800
ZIN
Po


Ext
Trise
Tfall
Tjitter
Mbps
Ω
mVp-p
dB
Mbps
dBm
nm
dB
nm
dB
ps
ps
ps
Recommended Specifications of Fiber-Optic Cables for all extenders
Parameters
Fiber Type
Modal Bandwidth
Fiber Cable Attenuation
No. of Ferrules
Skew
Insertion Attenuation
Total Optical Attenuation
Conditions
Glass single-mode Fiber
 = 1310~1510nm
 = 1310~1510nm
SC Connector
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Specifications
9.5±/ 125±2m
Min. 400 MHz km
>0.3dBdB/km
1 ferrules
2%
1.6%
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Drawing of Modules
Dimension [mm]
<BR-100>
<VT-1xx, VR-100>
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<AT-1xx, AR-100>
<DX-1, DX-2>
<EX-1, EX-2>
<WM-81>
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Reliability Test
Opticis utilizes three types of test criteria for a reduction of variability and a continuous improvement of the
process by its FEMA (Failure Mode and Effective Analysis) program.
1) Mechanical test (vibration, shock)
2) Temperature & humidity tests
3) EMC test (FCC class A Verification and CE Documentation)
Mechanical and Temperature & Humidity Test Data
Heading
Test
Conditions
Duration
Sample
Size
Failure
Operating at each
Temperature
* -20 ~ 65°C
(Interval: 5 °C)
30 Min
(Each
Temperature)
n =8
0
Note: Visual Test on the
Display
Pixel Error Rate
High Temperature
* TO = 65 °C
168 HR
n=8
0
Note: Visual Test on the
Display
Low Temperature
* TS = -20 °C
120 HR
n=8
0
1. TS: Storage Temperature
High Temperature
* TS = 65 °C
120 HR
n=8
0
2. RH: Relative Humidity
High Humidity
High Temperature
* TS: 40 °C
* RH: 95%
120 HR
n=8
0
Mechanical
Shock
* Pulse: 11 ms
* Peak level: 30 g
* Shock pulse: 3 times/Axis
-
n=2
0
Mechanical
Vibration
* Peak acceleration: 20 g
* Frequency: 20~2000 ㎐
* Sweep time: 30 Minutes
* 4 Times/Axis
-
n=2
0
Operating
Test
Storage
Test
Mechanical
Test
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EMC Test Data
1) EMI: Meet FCC class A (ICES-003) and CE class A
STANDARDS
EN 55 022 (CISPR22)
FCC; PART 15 SUBPART B
CONDITIONS
CE (Conducted Emission) &
RE (Radiated Emission)
Meet Class A
EN 61000-3-2 (IEC 61000-3-2)
Harmonics
Meet Class A
EN 61000-3-3 (IEC 61000-3-3)
Flickers
Meet Class A
2) EMS: Meet CE standards (EN 55024) and CISPR24 equivalents
STANDARDS
EN 61 000-4-2:1995
EN 61 000-4-3:1996
CONDITIONS
Electrostatic Discharge Immunity
(Air: 8kv, Contact: 4kv)
Radiated RF E-Field (80~1000 MHz)
3V/m (AM 80%, 1kHz)
Meet Criterion B
Meet Criterion A
EN 61 000-4-4:1995
Fast Transients (5kHz, 60Seconds)
Meet Criterion B
EN 61 000-4-5:1995
Surge Transients
Meet Criterion B
EN 61 000-4-6:1996
Conducted Susceptibility (CS)
Radiated Susceptibility (RS)
Meet Criterion A
EN 61 000-4-11:1994
Voltage Dips, Interruption & Variation
Meet Criterion C
Terminology
Hot Swapping
Terms used to describe the functions of replacing system components without shutting
down the system. More specifically, hot swapping describes replacing components
without significant interruption to the system, while hot plugging describes the addition
of components that would expand the system without significant interruption to the
operation of the system.
Redundant power A type of system, which may include lighting, generators, fuel cells and other
apparatus, to provide backup power resources in a crisis or when regular systems fail.
They find uses in a wide variety of settings from residential homes to hospitals,
scientific laboratories, data centers, telecommunication equipment and modern naval
ships. Emergency power systems can rely on generators, deep cycle batteries,
flywheel energy storage or hydrogen fuel cells. Finally, some homebrew emergency
power systems use regular lead-acid car batteries.
SDI
Serial Digital Interface referring to a family of video interfaces standardized by SMPTE.
SMPTE
The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers or SMPTE, founded in 1916 as
the Society of Motion Picture Engineers or SMPE, is an international professional
association, based in the United States of America.
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SMPTE 424M
DVB
AES
AES-3id
Standard published by SMPTE expanding upon SMPTE 259M, SMPTE 344M, and
SMPTE 292M allowing for bit-rates of 2.970 Gbit/s and 2.970/1.001 Gbit/s over a
single-link coaxial cable. These bit-rates are sufficient for 1080p video at 50 or 60
frames per second. The signal formats carried over SMPTE 424M are specified in
SMPTE 425M.
A suite of internationally accepted open standards for digital television. DVB standards
are maintained by the DVB Project, an international industry consortium with more than
270 members, and they are published by a Joint Technical Committee (JTC) of
European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI), European Committee for
Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC) and European Broadcasting Union (EBU).
The interaction of the DVB sub-standards is described in the DVB Cookbook. Many
aspects of DVB are patented, including elements of the MPEG video coding and audio
coding.
The digital audio standard frequently called AES/EBU, officially known as AES3, is
used for carrying digital audio signals between various devices. It was developed by
the Audio Engineering Society (AES) and the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and
first published in 1985, later revised in 1992 and 2003. Both AES and EBU versions of
the standard exist. Several different physical connectors are also defined as part of the
overall group of standards. A related system, S/PDIF, was developed and standardized
as IEC 60958 essentially as a consumer version of AES/EBU, using connectors more
commonly found in the consumer market, however S/PDIF is now used in professional
situations where cost or limited space is a concern.
The AES3 standard parallels part 4 of the international standard IEC 60958. Of the
physical interconnection types defined by IEC 60958, three are in common use:

IEC 60958 Type I Balanced – 3-conductor, 110-ohm twisted pair cabling with an XLR connector,
used in professional installations (AES3 standard)

IEC 60958 Type II Unbalanced – 2-conductor, 75-ohm coaxial cable with an RCA connector, used
in consumer audio

IEC 60958 Type II Optical – optical fiber, usually plastic but occasionally glass, with an F05
connector, also used in consumer audio
The AES-3id standard defines a 75-ohm BNC electrical variant of AES3. More recently,
professional equipment (notably by Sony) has used this physical interconnection type.
This uses the same cabling, patching and infrastructure as analogue or digital video,
and is thus common in the broadcast industry.
Dolby-E
An audio encoding and decoding technology developed by Dolby Laboratories that
allows up to 8 channels of audio to be compressed into a digital stream that can be
stored on a standard stereo pair of audio tracks.
Anything up to a 5.1 mix can be recorded in 16-bit, however, if anything more than 5.1
is required, the tape format must accept 20-bit audio.
It is very important to ensure that a Dolby E stream is never played through monitors
without being decoded.
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IEEE 802.3
A collection of IEEE standards defining the Physical Layer and Data Link Layer's
media access control (MAC) sublayer of wired Ethernet. This is generally a LAN
technology with some WAN applications. Physical connections are made between
nodes and/or infrastructure devices (hubs, switches, routers) by various types of
copper or fiber cable.
802.3 is a technology that supports the IEEE 802.1 network architecture.
The maximum packet size is 1518 bytes, although to allow the Q-tag for Virtual LAN
and priority data in 802.3ac it is extended to 1522 bytes. If the upper layer protocol
submits a protocol data unit (PDU) less than 64 bytes, 802.3 will pad the data field to
achieve the minimum 64 bytes. The minimum Frame size will then always be of 64
bytes.
100BaseTX
EMI
EMS
RFI
The predominant form of Fast Ethernet, and runs over two wire-pairs inside a category
5 or above cable (a typical category 5 cable contains 4 pairs and can therefore support
two 100BASE-TX links). Each network segment can have a maximum distance of 100
meters (328 ft). In its typical configuration, 100BASE-TX uses one pair of twisted wires
in each direction, providing 100 Mbit/s of throughput in each direction (full-duplex).
Electro Magnetic Interference.
Electro Magnetic Susceptibility.
Radio Frequency Interference.
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