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HDMI - HDCP Extension Cable
M1-2000
Contents
 Description
 Features
 Absolute Maximum Ratings
 Recommended Operating Conditions
 Electrical Power Supply Characteristics
 Receiver Electrical Interface
 Specifications of fiber-optic cables
 Drawing of transmitter and receiver modules
 DVI Pin Description
 Reliability Test of Modules
 Terminology
Headquarter
Opticis Co., Ltd.
# 501, ByusanTechnopia, 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 HDMI - HDCP Extension Cable
* Point-to-point optical fibre cable *
Description
The M1-2000 HDMI extension cable is a new member of the Opticis family of products that stretches
your High-Definition Multimedia Interface connectivity. The M1-2000 is a hybrid cable solution using
multi-mode glass fibers for the Red, Green, Blue and Clock high-speed digital graphic signals and
copper wires for the low frequency HDCP control signals, wrapped in a PVC jacket.
The reality of gigabit high-speed digital graphic interconnections mandates products that maintain
front-of-screen video quality. Optical technology extends the ability to transmit hi-definition multimedia
data beyond the physical limits of copper wires by, i) providing pure signal integrity over long distances
for the optimum visual experience, ii) no EMI/RFI transmission or reception, iii) light weight, rugged
cabling and connectors, iv) very cost effective per foot/metre, v) low power consumption, and vi) plug
and go installation ease – no software requirements.
The product consists of a transmitter and a receiver, which are connected by bundled optical fibre and
copper cables.
There are male HDMI connectors at each end. The high-speed graphic data
transmission is accomplished by using a VCSEL array inside the transmitter connector, and a Pin-PD
array inside the receiver connector.
The shipping group is as follows;
1) One HDMI cable: M1-2000-xxx, where x = length in metres.
2) Factory will stock “standard” lengths of 10m, 20m, 30m, 50m, 70m and 100m.
3) User’s Manual
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Feature Checklist

Extend HDMI signals up to 100m (330ft) with no signal degradation.

Supports up to 1080p resolution.

Complies with HDMI standard supporting HDCP parameters.

Complies with DVI standard (165Mpixels/sec maximum) and supports DDC2B mode.

Uses the host +5V source from the HDMI connector pin number 18 to drive the Tx and Rx
modules, assuming a minimum of 500mA is available from the host

If your HDTV source is unable to provide a minimum of +5V, 500mA on pin 18, just plug the
external AC/DC power supply in Tx module for operation.

Data security inherent with fibre & no RFI/EMI emissions.

No software required; just plug and go.

User Manual is available in non-supplier specific format for “white box” sales.
Applications

Home Theatre applications.

Digital TFT-LCD FPDs, PDPs and projectors for medical imaging, air traffic control, factory
automation, conference rooms, auditorium A/V systems, etc.

Kiosks with digital FPDs showing full motion graphic displays from remote systems

PDP displays for information display in public sites.

LED signboards in streets and stadiums.
Options

Custom lengths up to 100m are also available from the factory.
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Absolute Maximum Ratings
Parameter
Storage Temperature
Supply Voltage
Transmitter Differential Input Voltage
Relative Humidity
Lead Soldering Temperature & Time
Symbol
Tstg
VCC
Vd
RH
-
Minimum
- 30
- 0.3
0
-
Maximum
+ 70
+ 6.0
1
85
Units
C
V
V
%
260C, 10 sec
Recommended Operating Conditions
Parameter
Ambient Operating Temperature
Data Output Load
Power Supply Rejection (Note1)
Supply Voltage
Graphic Supply Voltage (Note2)
Symbol
TA
RLD
PSR
VCC
GVCC
Minimum
0
+ 4.5
+ 3.0
Typical
Maximum
+ 50
50
50
+ 5.0
+ 3.3
+ 5.5
+ 3.6
Units
C
Ω
mVp-p
V
V
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 only for the Graphic Signal Interface which is generated by regulator in the Transmitter
and Receiver
Electrical Power Supply Characteristics
Parameter
Supply Voltage
Supply Current
Power
Dissipation
TX
RX
TX
RX
Symbol
VCC
ITCC
IRCC
PTX
PRX
Minimum
4.5
-
Typical
5
170
130
0.85
0.65
Maximum
5.5
200
150
1.1
0.825
Units
V
mA
mA
W
W
Specifications of Fibre-Optic Cables
Parameter
Core Diameter
Buffer Diameter
Outside Diameter
Proof Test Level
Value
62.5um (MMGOF)
0.25mm (MMGOF)
7.2mm
0.53GPa
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Drawing of transmitter and receiver modules
Dimension [mm]
HDMI Pin Description
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Symbol
CH2+
GND
Ch2CH1+
GND
CH1CH0+
GND
CH0CLK+
GND
CLKCEC
Reserved
SCL
SDA
GND
18
5V
19
Hot plug
Detect
Functional Description
TMDS Data Signal Channel 2 Positive
TMDS Data Signal Channel 2 Shield
TMDS Data Signal Channel 2 Negative
TMDS Data Signal Channel 1 Positive
TMDS Data Signal Channel 1 Shield
TMDS Data Signal Channel 1 Negative
TMDS Data Signal Channel 0 Positive
TMDS Data Signal Channel 0 Shield
TMDS Data Signal Channel 0 Negative
TMDS Clock Channel Positive
TMDS Clock Signal Shield
TMDS Clock Channel Negative
Not used
DDC/CEC shield
5 V Input for Transmitter from Host
5 V Output for Monitor from Receiver
Signal is driven by monitor to enable the system to identify the presence
of a monitor
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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 and CE Verification)
Mechanical and Temperature & Humidity Test Data
Heading
Operating
Test
Storage
Test
Test
Operating at each
Temperature
Conditions
Duration
Sample
Failure
Size
30 Min
* - 0 ~ 50 °C
(Each
(Interval: 10 °C)
n =4
0
Temperature)
(See Note)
Remarks
Note:
Visual
Test
the Display
Low Temperature
* TS = -30 °C
96 HR
n=2
0
1. TS: Storage Temperature
High Temperature
* TS = 70 °C
96 HR
n=2
0
2. RH: Relative Humidity
High Humidity
* TS: 85 °C
High Temperature
96 HR
n=2
0
* RH: 85%
-
n=2
0
-
n=2
0
Mechanical
Shock
* Pulse: 11 ms
* Peak level: 30 g
* Shock pulse: 3 times/Axis
Mechanical
Test
* Peak acceleration: 20 g
Mechanical
* Frequency: 20~2000 ㎐
Vibration
* 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)
CE (Conducted Emission) &
FCC; PART 15 SUBPART B
RE (Radiated Emission)
EN 61000-3-2 (IEC 61000-3-2)
Harmonics
EN 61000-3-3 (IEC 61000-3-3)
Flickers
CONDITIONS
Meet Class A
Meet Class A
Meet Class A
2) EMS: Meet CE standards (EN 55024) and CISPR24 equivalents
EN 61 000-4-2:1995
EN 61 000-4-3:1996
EN 61 000-4-4:1995
EN 61 000-4-5:1995
EN 61 000-4-6:1996
EN 61 000-4-11:1994
STANDARDS
Electrostatic Discharge Immunity
(Air: 8kv, Contact: 4kv)
Radiated RF E-Field (80~1000 MHz)
3V/m (AM 80%, 1kHz)
Fast Transients (5kHz, 60Seconds)
Surge Transients
Conducted Susceptibility (CS)
Radiated Susceptibility (RS)
Voltage Dips, Interruption & Variation
CONDITIONS
Meet Criterion B
Meet Criterion A
Meet Criterion B
Meet Criterion B
Meet Criterion A
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
PIN-Photo Diode. These components are designed and manufactured by Opticis.
Video Electronics Standards Association.
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