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DATA SHEET
DisplayPort Optical Extension Cable
M1-5000
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
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Opticis Co., Ltd.
# 304, Byucksan Technopia, 434-6
Sangdaewon-Dong, Chungwon-Ku,
Sungnam City, Kyungki-Do, 462-716
South Korea
Tel: +82 (31) 737-8033~8
Fax: +82 (31) 707-8079
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Optical DisplayPort Extension Cable
* Point-to-point optical fibre cable *
Description
The DisplayPort standard - which defined by VESA (Video Electronics Standard) - is an attractive
alternative to digital display interface such as HDMI and DVI. Optical 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.
DisplayPort supports single-lane transfer rates as fast as 2.7 Gbps across as many as four data pairs
for a maximum of 10.8 Gbps over a single cable. These features combine with support for color depth
as great as 16 bits per color channel to give designers the option of improving image quality in
applications that require screen resolution of as much as WQXGA (2560×1600), as well as increasing
refresh rates to 120 Hz. The DisplayPort interface also carries embedded clock signals and provides a
bidirectional auxiliary channel operating at 1 Mbps to enable link management and device control to
comply with VESA’s EDID (extended-display-identification) and MCCS (monitor-control-command-set)
standards.
The M1-5000 consists of a transmitter and a receiver module, one side is connected by our creative
multi channels optical connector and the other side is connected by short male DisplayPort copper
cable. M1-5000 is fully compatible with DisplayPort 1.1.
The shipping group is as follows;
1) One DP cable: M1-5000-xxx, where x = length in metres.
2) Factory will stock “standard” lengths of 10m, 20m, 30m, 40m, 50m, 70m and 100m.
3) AC/DC power adaptor +5V : 1ea
4) User’s Manual
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Key Features

Supports DisplayPort 1.1 standards

Offers total data rate 10.8 Gbps (2.7 Gbps per lane)

Supports all VESA resolutions up to WQXGA (2560x1600), at 60Hz

Hybrid cable with four multi mode fibers cables for the DP interface and embedded copper wires
to support the auxiliary channel, Hot Plug Detect and power management.

Extends high resolution DP data
up to 100 meters (326 feet)

Compact end connector design easily allows direct connect to the HDTV source and display
peripheral.

No software to install; just plug and go.
 Data security with negligible RFI/EMI emissions.
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

10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 70 and 100m are standard stock lengths. Other lengths up to 100m can be
customized 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
120
350
0.60
1.75
Maximum
5.5
200
400
1.1
2.2
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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Electrical Interface
Parameter
Transmitter Differential Input Voltage
Swing (Peak-to-Peak)
Receiver Data Output Voltage Swing
(Peak-to-Peak)
Symbol
VID
Minimum
0.4
Maximum
1.6
Units
V
VOp-p
0.6
0.8
v
Drawing of transmitter and receiver modules
Dimension [mm]
*. Both transmitter and receiver have the same dimensions.
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DisplayPort Pin Description
TX Module
Pin
Symbol
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
ML_Lane0(p)
GND
ML_Lane0(n)
ML_Lane1(p)
GND
ML_Lane1(n)
ML_Lane2(p)
GND
ML_Lane2(n)
ML_Lane3(p)
GND
ML_Lane3(n)
CONFIG1
CONFIG2
AUX CH(p)
GND
AUX CH(n)
Hot Plug Detect
Return
DP_PWR
Mating Row
Contact Location
Top
Bottom
Top
Bottom
Top
Bottom
Top
Bottom
Top
Bottom
Top
Bottom
Top
Bottom
Top
Bottom
Top
Bottom
Top
Bottom
Functional Description
Displayport Data Lane0 Positive
Ground
Displayport Data Lane0 Negative
Displayport Data Lane1 Positive
Ground
Displayport Data Lane1 Negative
Displayport Data Lane2 Positive
Ground
Displayport Data Lane2 Negative
Displayport Data Lane3 Positive
Ground
Displayport Data Lane3 Negative
These pins are connected to ground
Displayport Aux Channel Positive
Ground
Displayport Aux Channel Negative
HPD is used to detect a sink device by the source device
None
None
RX Module
Pin
Symbol
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
ML_Lane3(n)
GND
ML_Lane3(p)
ML_Lane2(n)
GND
ML_Lane2(p)
ML_Lane1(n)
GND
ML_Lane1(p)
ML_Lane0(n)
GND
ML_Lane0(p)
CONFIG1
CONFIG2
AUX CH(p)
GND
AUX CH(n)
Hot Plug Detect
Return
DP_PWR
Mating Row
Contact Location
Top
Bottom
Top
Bottom
Top
Bottom
Top
Bottom
Top
Bottom
Top
Bottom
Top
Bottom
Top
Bottom
Top
Bottom
Top
Bottom
Functional Description
Displayport Data Lane3 Negative
Ground
Displayport Data Lane3 Positive
Displayport Data Lane2 Negative
Ground
Displayport Data Lane2 Positive
Displayport Data Lane1 Negative
Ground
Displayport Data Lane1 Positive
Displayport Data Lane0 Negative
Ground
Displayport Data Lane0 Positive
These pins are connected to ground
Displayport Aux Channel Positive
Ground
Displayport Aux Channel Negative
HPD is used to detect a sink device by the source device
None
None
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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
DISPLAYPORT Digital display interface standard put forth by the Video Electronics Standards
Association (VESA) since 2006. It defines a new royalty-free, digital audio/video
interconnect, intended to be used primarily between a computer and its display
monitor, or a computer and a home-theater system.
EDID
Extended Display Identification Data. EDID parameters are sent over the DDC link.
EMI
Electro Magnetic Interference.
EMS
Electro Magnetic Susceptibility.
MCCS
Monitor Control Command Set standard (VESA)
RFI
Radio Frequency Interference.
WQXGA
Display resolution of 2560×1600 pixels with a 16:10 aspect ratio or 2560×1440 with
16:9 aspect ratio (1440p). The name comes from the fact that it is a wide version of
QXGA and has four times as many pixels as an WXGA display.
VESA
Video Electronics Standards Association.
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