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Instruction manual

Version
UM6000 User's Guide (PDF 708kB) Version 2.2
UM6000 Command Line Setting Method (PDF 213kB) Version 2.1
UM6000 MIB Tree Structure (PDF 254kB) Version 3.0
UM6000 LCD Display Contents (PDF 175kB) Version 2.1

Installation and Operation

Mounting Method on Rack

  1. Make sure that shelf (or support angle) to support the device is provided.
  2. This device can be mounted on the 19 inch JIS standard or EIA standard rack.
  3. Insert the device into the rack from the front side along the shelf. Then, make sure that the positions of screw mounting hole on the front panel and the screw hole on the rack are aligned with one another. If they are not aligned with one another, correct the position of the shelf.
  4. Fix the front panel of the device to the rack by using the 4 rack exclusive screws (2 screws for the JIS standard conformed rack).

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Installing/Removing SFP Module

To install an SFP module in the device, insert the SFP module deep into the connector in a horizontal direction as shown in Figure1 . Make sure that the SFP module does not come out even pulled to the removal direction after the insertion.
Also, when removing the SFP module, push down the lock releasing lever in the arrow direction first and then pull out from the connector in a horizontal direction.

Figure 1 Installing/Removing SFP Module
Figure 1: Installing/Removing SFP Module

Connecting Method to External Device

MPEG-2 TS Interface

On the transmitter, connect to the TS signal which is output from an encoder. On the receiver, connect to the TS signal which is output from a modulator.

Network Interface for MPEG-2 TS Transmission

Connect to the router which is located between the transmitter and receiver. For the SFP module connector type, use RJ-45 for the transmission through a twisted pair cable, and use LC for the transmission through an optical fiber.

Network Interface for Monitoring Setting

To set and monitor the device using TELNET/SNMP, connect to a setting/monitoring terminal with a twisted pair cable. Also for a connection cable, use a cross cable when connecting to a setting/monitoring terminal directly and use a straight cable when using HUB.

Serial Interface

When setting using RS-232C, connect to a setting terminal (hyper terminal or PC installed terminal software) with a RS-232C cable. For the connection cable, use "D-sub9 pin, female-female, cross".

Clock Interface

If the subordinate synchronization mode is adopted and the transmitters are connected in cascade, connect between the maser side and slave side transmitter with a coaxial cable. Also when the clock interface is used in the reference synchronization mode, input the common reference clock 10MHz to the transmitter and receiver.
Note: Used only when connected in cascade in the subordinate synchronization mode and used in the reference synchronization mode.

Setting Method

This device can be set the parameter such as IP address using a setting terminal.

Connecting by RS-232C

For the connection method by RS-232C, connect an RS-232C cable (D-sub 9pin female-female cross) to the D-sub 9pin male connector on the rear of UM6000 to connect to the setting terminal.
For the setting terminal, use a commercial Windows PC with a hyper terminal or installed terminal software.
Table 1 shows parameters on the setting terminal side.

Table 1 List of Parameters on the Setting Terminal Side

Table 1 List of Parameters on the Setting Terminal Side
Item Standard Remarks
1 Communication method RS-232C  
2 Data transfer speed 115200bps  
3 Synchronization establishment method Start-stop synchronous communication  
4 Communication method Full-duplex  
5 Data format Start bit: 1
Data bit: 8
Parity bit: Odd numbers
Stop bit: 1
Flow control: None
 
6 Connector D-SUB9 pin (male/inch screw)  
7 Connection cable Cross cable  

Connecting by Ethernet (TELNET) for control

For the connection method by Ethernet for control, connect a LAN cable to the LAN connector on the rear of UM6000 to connect to the setting terminal. (Use crossing cables for direct connection or straight cables for connection via HUB)
For the setting terminal, use a commercial Windows PC with a hyper terminal or installed terminal software Table 2 shows the connection conditions on the setting terminal side.

Table 2 Connection Conditions on the Setting Terminal Side

Table 2 Connection Conditions on the Setting Terminal Side
Item Standard Remarks
1 Used port number Standard TELNET port (23)  
2 Number of simultaneous connection sessions 1  

At the time of startup

When starting up the device, messages described in Figure 2 are displayed. The setting method is as follows.

Figure 2 Console Window after Starting up UM6000
Figure 2: Console Window after Starting up UM6000

(1) Press any key on the keyboard.
(2) Enter the already set password and press enter key.

Command list and setting contents

Entering the command shown in "Command Line (1)" on Table 3 to "USER>" shows "Command Line (2)" and the current setting contents and then each parameter can be entered.
Note that all setting changes need to be saved by the save command. (Even if the commands such as setpwd and applyport which apply the operation at once, the changed contents are discarded by restarting the device without saving the setting. The setting is restored to the status before the change.)

Table3 UM6000 Setting Parameters

Table UM6000 Setting Parameters Table UM6000 Setting Parameters Table UM6000 Setting Parameters

Appearance(LED)

The normal and error status can be confirmed by the status display LED on the front side.

Device Internal Error

Figure 3 Appearance(LED): Device Internal Error
Figure 3: Appearance(LED): Device Internal Error

Each processing part of the device is monitored and an error can be displayed. Confirm the error status by the status display LED (ALM) on the front side. The details are as follows.

  1. When the device is operated normally, the LED lights up green.
  2. When an error occurs on the device, the LED flashes or lights up red. If an error occurs, perform the following checks.
Step 1: Confirming cooling fan
Confirm that the cooling fan on the back side of the device is rotating. If the cooling fan does not rotate, the fan is out of order and the immediate replacement is required.

 

Cooling Fan Replacement Method

  1. Remove the cable connected to the connector located at the right side of the fan.
  2. Loosen the 4 fixing screws to remove the fan.
  3. Mount the new fan for the replacement with the 4 fixing screws.
  4. Connect the cable to the connector located at the right side of the fan and confirm that the fan is rotated and the status display LED (ALM) is switched off.

Figure 4 Cooling Fan
Figure 4: Cooling Fan

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Confirming TS and IP Input Error

Figure 5 Appearance(LED): Confirming TS and IP Input Error
Figure 5: Appearance(LED): Confirming TS and IP Input Error

MPEG-2 TS input and video transmission Ethernet input status can be monitored and displayed. Confirm them by the status display LED (IALM) on the front side. The details are as follows.

  1. When the normal TS signal has been input, this LED lights up green.
  2. If TS and IP input signal is an error, the LED flashes or lights up red. In case of the error, follow the below checks.
[In case of using the device as a transmitter]
Step 1: Confirming status display LCD
Confirm the port status from the Status menu of the status display LCD. If the setting is wrong, set the input/output setting per TS over IP port setting correctly.
Step 2: Confirming MPEG-2 TS interface
For the "NG[TS>IP]" port which was displayed in the above step 1, confirm MPEG-2 TS(DVB-ASI) which was input to the device (such as the device stated in the preceding step and the connection cable to the device stated in the preceding step).
Step 3: Confirming re-multiplexing output rate and PID filter setting
If the device is used in the re-multiplexing mode, confirm the setting value of the re-multiplexing output rate and the PID filter setting for the port displayed as "NG[TS>IP]" in the above step 1.

 

[In case of using the device as a receiver] (1) when flashing red light
Step 1: Confirming the setting of the receiving buffer for absorbing IP transmission delay jitter
Confirm the number of TS packets in the receiving buffer for absorbing IP transmission delay jitter and the receiving buffer alarm setting in TS over IP common setting.
Step 2: Confirming the external clock (in case of reference synchronization)
Confirm the clock source which is input to the external clock input/output port.

 

[In case of using the device as a receiver] (2) When lighting up red
Step 1: Confirming status display LCD
Confirm the port status from the Status menu of the status display LCD. If the setting is wrong, set the input/output setting per TS over IP port setting correctly.
Step 2; Confirming setting per TS over IP port
For the port "NG[IP>TS]" is displayed in the above step 1, confirm the setting per TS over IP port of the device (receiver) and the counter device (transmitter).
Step 3: Confirming the TS over IP common settings
If there is no port "OK[IP>TS]" is displayed in the above step 1, confirm the TS over IP common settings of the device (receiver) and the counter device (transmitter).
Step 4: Confirming the pilot setting (in case of the subordinate synchronization)
Confirm the TS over IP pilot setting of the device (receiver) and the counter device (transmitter).
Step 5: Confirming the MPEG-2 TS network interface
Confirm a router connected to this device and connection cables to the router.
Step 6: Confirming the network environment of the MPEG-2 TS network interface
Confirm the network environment of the MPEG-2 TS network interface.

 

Confirming Power Failure

Figure 6 Appearance(LED): Confirming Power Failure
Figure 6: Appearance(LED): Confirming Power Failure

Power is monitored and power failure can be displayed. Confirm the status from the status display LED (POW1, POW2) on the front side. The details are as follows.

  1. When the power unit is operating normally, this LED lights up green.
  2. When the power unit has an error, the LED lights up red. If 100V AC power which is input to this device has an error, it will be the power failure. In this case, check the power supply source to this device. If the LED does not light up green yet, a replacement of the power unit is required.

Power Unit Replacement Method

  1. Switch off the power unit to be replaced.
  2. Loosen the power unit mounting screws ((1) and (2) or (3) and (4) in Figure 3-2). When backlash can be seen in the mounting screws, pull out the power unit to the forward direction slowly.
  3. Insert the power unit to be mounted and push it slowly to the position where the front panel of the power unit and the front panel of the device are fit.
  4. Tighten the power unit mounting screws ((1) and (2) or (3) and (4) in Figure 3-2) by fingers to fix them.
    Note: The groove of the power unit mounting screw head should be used only when loosing the screw by using a screw driver in the case that a screw is too tight (do not use the glove when loosing the screw).
  5. Set the power of the power unit to “ON” and make sure that the status display LED (POW1 or POW2) lights up green.

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Fuse Replacement Method

  1. Switch off the power switch of the power unit to be replaced.
  2. Remove the power cable of the power unit to be replaced from the power inlet.
  3. Remove the fuse holder located under the power terminal.
  4. The fuse has been inserted into the fuse holder. Replace the fuse with the new one.
  5. Mount the fuse holder on the original location.
  6. Connect the power cable to the power inlet.
  7. Switch on the power unit and confirm that the status display LED (POW1 or POW2) lights up green.

Note: For the replacement fuse, use the following stated fuse.

  • Type: Time-lag fuse
  • Rating: AC250V 3.15A
  • Shape: φ5.2×20mm
  • Standard: UL, CSA, PSE

(Example) SOC Corporation ET series ET 3.15A

Figure 7 Power Intel with Fuse
Figure 7: Power Intel with Fuse

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