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DATA SHEET
Optical Graphic Extension Module-Fibres Detachable
Contents
 Description
 Features
 Applications
 Technical Specifications
 Functions
 Drawing
 Fiber Connection
 DVI Pin Description
 Reliability Test
 Terminology
Headquarter
Opticis Co., Ltd
# 501, Byucksan Technopia, 434-6
Sangdaewon-Dong, Chungwon-Ku,
Sungnam City, Kyungki-Do, 463-120
South Korea
Tel: +82 (31) 737-8033~9
Fax: +82 (31) 707-8079
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Optical Graphic Extension Module
- Fibres Detachable Description
The Digital Visual Interface is a high-quality, uncompressed data link protocol between a host processor
video card and a display peripheral. Glass optical fiber (GOF) technology for this transmission stretches the
performance beyond the limitations of copper wire with longer length, data security, negligible RFI/EMI and
the elimination of costly analog distribution systems.
The EDID parameters in a display can be read and restored by plugging the Transmitter module into the
display. This self-EDID programming feature virtual DDC (vDDC) feature makes the field installation of M1201DA-TR easy and flexible for nearly all contemporary display systems.
The four DVI optical signals - Red, Green, Blue and Clock are multiplexed and de-multiplexed through
Course Wave Division Multiplexing (CWDM) optical modules. The graphics data can be extended up to
1,500 meters (4,920ft) at WUXGA resolution (1900x1200), 60Hz vertical refresh rate over two (2) LC fibers.
An external +5VDC power adapter is likely required for the receiver module. Most video cards can
provide +5V DC power to the transmitter module but it likewise has provision for external power. The
transmitter and receiver modules are clearly labeled to prevent reverse installation of the modules.
The modules are constituted of three parts as follows;
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One transmitter converting electrical to optical signals, model name: M1-201DA-T
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One receiver converting optical to electrical signals, model name: M1-201DA-R
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Two AC Adaptors to 110V-240V with DC 5V 1A outlet
Features

Extends all DVI VESA resolutions up to WUXGA (1,920 X 1,200) 60Hz, as far as 1,500 meters (4,920
feet) with glass optical fibers.


Works with both single-mode and multi-mode GOF fibers.
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Up to 1,500m with two LC S-M fibers.
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Up to 500m with two LC M-M fibers.
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No copper wires in link.
Has self-EDID programming feature - detecting from a display’s DVI port and saving parameters to
memory in the transmitter. vDDC requires no DDC connection between the Tx and Rx modules.

The modules are compact in design to allow direct plugging into graphic cards and displays.

Includes two +5V DC power adapters for the transmitter and receiver, if needed.

FCC / CE certifications for EMI/RFI in place.
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Data security protection is optimal with glass optical fiber.

Uncompressed, lossless video over the link.

Complies with Class 1 Laser eye safety in compliance with FDA/CDRH and IEC 60825-1
Applications

Digital FPDs, PDPs and projectors for medical appliances, aero, traffic control, factory, and bank

Digital FPDs and projectors in conference room and auditorium

Kiosk with digital FPDs showing full motion graphic displays from remote systems
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PDP displays for information in public sites

LED signboards in streets and in stadiums
Technical Specifications
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General Specifications
Parameter
Specifications
Input and Output Signals
TMDS Level (complying with DVI1.0)
Data Transfer Rate (Graphic Data)
Max. 1.65Gbps
Total Jitter at the end of Rx output
Max. 309 ps
Skew inter-channels
Max. 6ns
Module dimension (mm)
69 X 39 X 15
Optical Connector
1 Duplex LC connectors
Electric Connector Type from Systems
and to Displays
24 pin DVI-D plug
Recommended Fiber
9/125 um Single-mode Fiber or
50/125 um Multi-mode Glass Fiber
Electrical
Mechanical
Connect
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Absolute Maximum Ratings
Parameter
Symbol
Minimum
Maximum
Units
Supply Voltage
VCC
- 0.3
+ 6.0
V
Operating Temperature
Top
0
50
C
Storage Temperature
Ts
- 30
+ 70
C
Storage Relative Humidity
Hs
0
85
%RH
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Electrical and Optical Characteristics
Transmitter module (E-to-O converter): M1-201DA-T
Power
Supply
TMDS
Parameter
Symbol
Supply Voltage
Vcc
4.5
5.0
5.5
V
Supply Current
ITCC
350
400
570
mA
Power Dissipation
PTX
1.75
2.0
2.85
W
Power Supply Rejection (Note1)
PSR
50
mVp-p
Data Output Load
RLD
50
Ω
Graphic Supply Voltage (Note2)
Single-Ended High Level
Input Voltage
Single-Ended Low Level
Input Voltage
Single-Ended Input Swing
Voltage
Output Optical Power
GVCC
+ 3.1
+ 3.3
+ 3.5
V
GVIH
GVCC - 0.01
GVCC
GVCC + 0.01
V
GVIL
GVCC - 0.6
-
GVCC - 0.4
V
GVISWING
0.4
-
0.6
V
-3.0
dBm
Optical Link
Wavelength
Relative Intensity of Noise
(Note3)
Extinction Ratio
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Po
-10.0
c1
1260
1310
1360
c2
1480
1550
1580
RIN
Ext
4
Units
nm
-117
dB/Hz
5
dB
Rising/Falling Time
Trise/Tfall
260
ps
Jitter in p-p value (Note4)
Tjitter
270
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. Graphic Supply Voltage is regulated reference voltage for signal processing in modules
Note3. Measure in 1GHz of frequency bandwidth.
Note4. Use PPG (Pulse Pattern Generator) source with jitter 50ps
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Receiver module (O-to-E converter): M1-201DA-R
Parameter
Symbol
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Units
Supply Voltage
Vcc
4.5
5.0
5.5
V
Power
Supply
Supply Current
IRCC
350
420
570
mA
Power Dissipation
PRX
1.75
2.1
2.85
W
Power Supply Rejection (Note5)
PSR
50
mVp-p
Ω
TMDS
Optical Link
Data Input Load
RLD
Graphic Supply Voltage (Note6)
Single-Ended Output Swing
Voltage (Note7)
Receiving Optical Power
GVCC
+ 3.1
+ 3.3
+ 3.5
V
GVISWING
0.2
-
0.4
V
Po
-20
-3.6
dBm
c1
1260
1310
1360
c2
1480
1550
1580
Receiving Wavelength
50
-17
nm
Signal_Detect Good
SDg
Signal_Detect Fail
SDf
-25
dBm
Link Power Budget
Pbgt
10
dB
Total Jitter (note 8)
TRjitter
309
dBm
ps
Note5. Tested with a 50mVp-p sinusoidal signal in the frequency range from 500 Hz to 500 MHz on the VCC supply with
the recommended power supply filter in place. Typically less than a 0.25 dB change in sensitivity is experienced.
Note6. Graphic Supply Voltage is regulated reference voltage for signal processing in modules
Note7. TMDS outputs are coupled in AC
Note8. It is measured as total jitters including Tx and Rx modules under maximum extension, 500 meters with WUXGA 60Hz.
Functions
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Self-EDID Function
The EDID in a display can be read and restored by just plugging it to the display. This self-EDID
programming feature makes the installation of M1-201DA more easy and flexile at any variable
resolution display systems.
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Auto Power Selection and Power Protection in Transmitter Module
The laser diodes are lit only when +5V voltage should be supplied into the 14-pin in DVI connectors.
The transmitter (Tx) module of M1-201DA-TR is designed a power protection circuit from conflict of
power supply between the external DC power adapter and your graphic card through the DVI pin. It
offers an option of whether to use an AC/DC power adapter depending on power supply capability of
the graphic card through the +5V pin, you are using.
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Signal Detect Mode in Receiver Module
It offers squelch function blocking output signals when optical input power is lower than as specified in
a certain case, for instance, loosing optical connectors.
Drawing
Dimension [mm]
Note: The transmitter, M1-201DA-T and the receiver, M1-201DA-R have the same mechanical dimensions.
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Fiber Connection
The diagram shows the connection of transmitter (Tx; plug in PCs) and receiver (Rx; plug in displays)
modules by using one dual LC patch cords fibers or 2 separate LC patch cord fibers.
Warning; Dual LC patch cords made by some manufacturers could not fit in together since width of their
plastic couplers are too wide to plug in M1-201DA-TR’s LC receptacles. We recommend it to be 12.40 mm
(not over 13.0mm).
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DVI Pin Description
Pin
1
Symbol
CH2-
Functional Description
TMDS Data Signal Channel 2 Negative
2
CH2+
TMDS Data Signal Channel 2 Positive
3
GND
TMDS Data Signal Channel 2/4 Shield
4
CH4-
TMDS Data Signal Channel 4 Negative
5
CH4+
TMDS Data Signal Channel 4 Positive
6
DDC Clock
DDC Clock line for DDC2B communication
7
DDC Data
DDC Data line for DDC2B communication
8
N.C.
9
CH1-
TMDS Data Signal Channel 1 Negative
10
CH1+
TMDS Data Signal Channel 1 Positive
11
GND
TMDS Data Signal Channel 1/3 Shield
12
CH3-
TMDS Data Signal Channel 3 Negative
13
CH3+
TMDS Data Signal Channel 3 Positive
14
5V
15
GND
Main Power Input for Transmitter from Host
5 V Output for Receiver to monitor
Ground
17
Hot plug
Detect
CH0-
18
CH0+
TMDS Data Signal Channel 0 Positive
19
GND
TMDS Data Signal Channel 0/5 Shield
20
CH5-
TMDS Data Signal Channel 5 Negative
21
CH5+
TMDS Data Signal Channel 5 Positive
22
GND
TMDS Clock Signal Shield
23
CLK+
TMDS Clock Channel Positive
24
CLK-
TMDS Clock Channel Negative
16
(Note10)
Signal is driven by monitor to enable the system to identify the presence of a monitor
TMDS Data Signal Channel 0 Negative
Note9) The AC-to-DC adapter for transmitter is option for Desk Top PC user.
But Note PC user has to use the AC-to-DC adapter because the power of Note PC is not enough to drive M1-201DA
transmitter.
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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
Remarks
Operating at each
Temperature
* 0 ~ 50 °C
(Interval: 10 °C)
30 Min
(Each
Temperature)
n =11
0
Note: Visual Test on the
Display
Pixel Error Rate
High Temperature
* TO = 70 °C
240 HR
n = 10
0
Note: Visual Test on the
Display
Low Temperature
* TS = -30 °C
96 HR
n=2
0
1. TS: Storage Temperature
High Temperature
* TS = 90 °C
96 HR
n=2
0
2. RH: Relative Humidity
High Humidity
High Temperature
* TS: 85 °C
* RH: 85%
96 HR
n=6
0
-
n=2
0
-
n=2
0
Operating
Test
Storage
Test
Mechanical
Shock
Mechanical
Test
Mechanical
Vibration
* Pulse: 11 ms
* Peak level: 30 g
* Shock pulse: 3
times/Axis
* Peak acceleration: 20 g
* Frequency: 20~2000 ㎐
* Sweep time: 30 Minutes
* 4 Times/Axis
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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
DDC
DVI-D
EDID
EMI
EMS
HDCP
PDP
RFI
TFT-LCD
TMDS
VCSEL
VESA
Digital Display Channel. Latest specification is DDC2B.
Digital Visual Interface. Digital connection only – no analog.
Extended Display Identification Data. EDID parameters are sent over the DDC link.
Electro Magnetic Interference.
Electro Magnetic Susceptibility.
High Definition Content Protection. These parameters are part of the 2002 High
Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) specification for Consumer Electronics.
Plasma Display Panel. Large HDTV panels up to 63” use this display technology.
Radio Frequency Interference.
Thin Film Transistor Liquid Crystal Display – the technology of most computer display
panels with VESA resolutions up to 1600x1200 pixels.
Transmission Minimized Differential Signalling is the Silicon Image Inc. protocol for the
digital signals.
Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser transmitter diode. The receiver diode is the PINPhoto Diode. These components are designed and manufactured by Opticis.
Video Electronics Standards Association.
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