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VideoMUX Hardware Manual

microLEX Systems A/S

The Test Solution People The software described in this do cument is a proprietary product

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The software described in this document is a proprietary product of microLEX Systems A/S and is furnished to the user under a license for use as specified in the license agreement. The software may be used or copied only in accordance with the terms of the agreement.

Information in this document is subject to change without notice. No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, for any purpose, without the express written permission of microLEX Systems A/S.

© 2006 microLEX Systems A/S. All rights reserved.

microLEX Systems A/S

Dr. Neergaards Vej 5C, DK-2970 Hoersholm Tel.: +45-45 76 21 00, Fax: +45-45 76 22 00 Email: microlex@microlex.dk

Change and release notes

Change and release notes The Test Solution People Change and release notes Version Date By Comments

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Change and release notes

Version

Date

By

Comments

1.0

2006-01-20

CSP

1. Release

1.1

2006-07-18

CSP

2. Release. Minor changes.

1.1.0.1

2006-10-11

CSP

Added information on ext. P.S.

The Test Solution People Table of Contents Table of Contents 1 Introduction 7 1.1 References

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

1 Introduction

7

1.1 References to supplemental documentation

7

1.2 Abbreviations

7

2 Installation

8

2.1 Software installation

8

2.2 Hardware installation

9

2.2.1 Ext. Power Supply

9

2.2.2 Connect the VideoMUX

9

3 Functional diagram

10

4 Specifications

11

4.1 Operating speed of driver

11

4.2 Specifications

11

4.3 Power

11

4.4 USB connection

12

5 Interface

13

5.1

Front panel overview

13

5.1.1

BNC – Sync input

14

5.1.2

BNC – Trigger output

15

5.1.3

LED – Indicators

16

5.1.4

USB – USB bus

16

5.1.5

Power connector

16

6 Internal

17

6.1 VideoSynch Extractor

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6.2 VideoMUX

18

6.3 VideoMUX Controller

19

7 Configurations

20

7.1 Expansion connectors

20

7.2 Horizontal and Vertical selection

20

7.3 Synch 1 and 2 inputs

20

8 Video Buffer

21

8.1 Input impedance

21

8.2 Version 1 Power considerations

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8.3 Version 2 Power considerations

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Table of Contents The Test Solution People 9 Mechanic 24 9.1 Front panel description 24 9.2

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Mechanic

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9.1

Front panel description

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9.2

Rear panel description

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9.3

Internal mounting

25

10

Additional documentation

26

11

Application hints

27

12

Known errors

28

13

Support information

29

14

Problem report

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Index

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Figures:

 

Figure 1: Functional diagram

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Figure 2: VideoMUX

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Figure 3: BNC – Sync input: Sync input stages

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Figure 4: BNC – Trigger output: Trigger output stage

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Figure 5: USB – USB bus: USB connector

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Figure 6: VideoSynch Extractor Card

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Figure 7: VideoMUX Card

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Figure 8: VideoMUX Controller Card

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Figure 9: VideoMUX Front view

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Figure 10: VideoMUX Rear view

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Figure 11: VideoMUX Internal top view

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1 The Test Solution People Introduction 1 Introduction This document describes the VideoMUX. The VideoMUX

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Introduction

1 Introduction

This document describes the VideoMUX. The VideoMUX is basically a dual 8 to 1 multiplexer. 8 Channels inputs. Two extra inputs are used for Vertical and Horizontal measurements and synchronisation. Two extra inputs are added for synchronisation of composite synch signals.

The VideoMUX system is a 16 channels multiplexer, which then consists of two VideoMUX PCB’s and one VideoMUX Controller.

The VideoMUX also includes a VideoSE (Video Sync Extractor) function. This is used for generation of triggers to the digitizer.

1.1 References to supplemental documentation

[1]:

Document name/reference/issue date

[2]:

D2XX Programmer's Guide/D2XXPG31.pdf /2005

1.2 Abbreviations

Term

Definition

VideoCTU

Video Component Test Unit

VideoSE

Video Synch Extractor

VideoMUX

Video Multiplexer

PCB

Printed Circuit Board

USB

Universal Serial Bus

2 Installation

2

Installation

Installation goes in two steps.

1. Software installation.

2. Hardware installation.

2.1 Software installation

2. Hardware installation. 2.1 Software installation The Test Solution People Software installation consists of

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Software installation consists of installing the low level driver from FTDI and installation of the InstruWARE driver or VideoMaster from microLEX.

Current FTDI driver version is ‘3.01.02’.

The low level driver from FTDI, may already be installed on the system. If you do not know, check for FTD2XX.dll in C:\WinNT\System32.

Attention:

The VideoMUX comes with microLEX PID and S/N for identification, so the original .INF files from FTDI, will not work. MicroLEX version of .INF files must be used.

The VideoMUX has two devices build in. So the installation must run twice.

Once for VideoMUX and once for VideoSynchExtractor.

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2.2 Hardware installation

2.2.1 Ext. Power Supply

2 Installation

The VideoMUX is delivered with an external power supply, which is mounted with the correct adapter. The power supply is checked for both correct voltage and polarity. So just plug in the power supply. The VideoMUX is protected against wrong polarity with a serial diode. If no external power supply is present, the VideoMUX uses the USB bus power. It only occasionally draws more than 500mA, so there will probably never be a problem if external power is missing. Only the input range of the VideoMUX will be narrowed. But off cause the VideoMUX will be working out of specifications, so no functionality is guarantied.

The polarity is + at center tap. On delivered power supply the arrow must point to - (MINUS), to get this.

2.2.2 Connect the VideoMUX

Before USB cable is connected, find out where the driver is. You will need to point out two files. ‘MxVideoMUX.inf’ and ‘MxVideoSynchExtractor.inf’.

The VideoMUX comes with a USB cable and a Power supply.

1. Plug in the power supply.

2. Plug in the USB cable and follow instructions on the screen.

3. Browse to ‘MxVideoMUX.inf’ and ‘MxVideoSynchExtractor.inf’.

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3 Functional diagram

3 Functional diagram

This diagram shows the basic functionality of the VideoMUX. Signal inputs are on the left and outputs to the digitizer are to the right.

VSE Power USB Hub Synch 1 USB to PC Synch 2 Trig Out Mux 0
VSE
Power
USB Hub
Synch 1
USB to PC
Synch 2
Trig Out
Mux 0
1
2
3
4
5
Ch 0
6
7
8
H
Relay
USB
Control
9
10
11
12
13
Ch 1
14
15
16
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Mux 1
Figure 1: Functional diagram
4 The Test Solution People Specifications 4.1 Operating speed of driver Typical values: 4 Specifications

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4.1 Operating speed of driver

Typical values:

4 Specifications

Operating speed of driver:

Self test(VideoSynchExtractor)

6 Sec ± 1 Sec

Self test(VideoMUX)

6 Sec ± 1 Sec

Setup(VideoSynchExtractor)

5 mSec ± 1 mSec

Setup(VideoMUX)

5 mSec ± 1 mSec

4.2 Specifications

Specifications:

Zin (All channels)

77 Ohms +-2%

75 Ohms +-2%

(Measured channel)

Zout (Channel 0 and 1)

50 Ohms +-5%

BW

> 400 MHz (-3dB)

Settle time

< 5 ns

Trigger out

TTL

Trigger out jitter

< +-2 ns

4.3 Power

Power:

Power adapter output voltage

5.0 – 6.0 Volts regulated

More than 6.2 Volts may destroy unit.

Power adapter output current

Max. 1200 mA.

VideoMUX current consumption

Max. 550 mA.

4 Specifications

4.4 USB connection

4 Specifications 4.4 USB connection The Test Solution People The system runs on USB 2.0. USB

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The system runs on USB 2.0. USB 1.1 is not guaranteed to work. See. Sec. 12: Known errors

Windows 2000 SP1 and XP SP1.

5 The Test Solution People Interface 5 Interface This section introduces the c onnections to

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5 Interface

This section introduces the connections to the VideoMUX.

5.1 Front panel overview

The cabinet is as wide as a standard PXI rack, to fit on top. The front panel area is as big as needed for 16 channels input and other connectors and indicators. User connections (BNC) are located in two rows of 9 inputs. H and V are special inputs for VGA standard. Two synch inputs are located to the right. These inputs are to be used when the component signal does not include synch information. As component video from a SCART connector.

It also includes Trigger out, Power LED and Synch LED from VSE Board and the two outputs for the digitizer. CH0, CH1 and Trig are connected directly to Digitizer, through 3 30 cm long BNC – RG58 cables.

The 16 Channel version consists of two VideoMUX boards, stacked and mounted directly in the front panel. One control board is fitted and one VideoSynchExtractor is fitted on top of control board.

one VideoSynchExtractor is fitted on top of control board. Power Sync Sync1 microLEX VideoMUX Systems A/S
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Sync
Sync1
microLEX
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
H
CH0
Sync2
10
12
13
14
15
16
V
CH1
Trig
9
11
23 × BNC
Channel 0, 1 and Trig
Are connected to Digitizer

Figure 2: VideoMUX

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5.1.1 BNC – Sync input

5 Interface 5.1.1 BNC – Sync input The Test Solution People Two inputs are dedicated to

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Two inputs are dedicated to horizontal and vertical synchronization, H sync and V sync and the inputs should be used whenever the video signals do not include valid synchronization patterns, such as RGB-video with external sync cabling.

Standard +5 V television Ferrite BNC bead EL4511 10 Ω video sync High-definition extractor 120
Standard
+5 V
television
Ferrite
BNC
bead
EL4511
10 Ω
video sync
High-definition
extractor
120
Ω @
75 Ω
television
100
MHz
J3, J4
Figure 3: BNC – Sync input: Sync input stages

Input termination is can be set to 75 to reduce reflections. Two pin headers are (J3 and J4) included to allow jumpers to be added. This requires opening of the VideoCTU (remove four screws and remove the top cover) and mounting of two jumpers.

Caution Only skilled personnel may open the VideoCTU. Observe the relevant precautions to avoid electrostatic discharge. The operator must use a wrest band grounded at the Video breakout box chassis before the internal parts are accessed.

The horizontal input may be used for sync signal with combined vertical and horizontal sync pulses (composite sync signals).

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5.1.2 BNC – Trigger output

5 Interface

A trigger is output when a valid synchronization pattern has been recognized. The trigger can be selected to any of the standard sync pulses or the trigger can occur for a specified line number within the field or frame.

+5 V

74HC151

 

Ferrite

  10 Ω bead
 

10

bead

           
           
    120
   

120

   

100

Ω @ MHz
Ω @
MHz

Trig Out

    120     100 Ω @ MHz Trig Out Figure 4: BNC – Trigger

Figure 4: BNC – Trigger output: Trigger output stage

Trigger output is protected against externally applied transients by a current limiting resistor and clamping diodes. The ferrite bead suppresses high-frequency noise outside the frequency range of interest by introducing hysteresis losses. The output resistance approximates the characteristic impedance of the connection cable due to the 74HC151 device and the series resistor thus damping reflections from an un-terminated transmission line.

The data-acquisition module must be set to high input resistance on the trigger input (1 M).

Note The trigger output is not specified for driving a termination resistor and the termination resistor is not required for clean trigger pulses. The output device is specified at ±4 mA loading. Using a termination resistor of 50 will reduce the output high level to 200 mV nominally. If termination is required within a specific application it should consists of series-connected resistor and capacitor to avoid the standing current. Suggested initial values for the termination network are 47 and 1 nF.

5 Interface

5.1.3 LED – Indicators

5 Interface 5.1.3 LED – Indicators The Test Solution People Two light-emitting diode indicators are located

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Two light-emitting diode indicators are located at the front:

Yellow:

Activated whenever a valid synchronization pattern has been recognized.

Green:

Activated whenever the module is activated.

5.1.4 USB – USB bus

The B-style USB connector is located at the rear of the module for connection to the PC using a standard USB cable.

2: D- 1: +5V 3: D+ 4: GND
2: D-
1: +5V
3: D+
4: GND

Figure 5: USB – USB bus: USB connector

The module receives set-up commands and returns status information through the USB bus.

5.1.5 Power connector

Next to the USB connector is the Power connector. The power connector is a 3.5 mm type. The connector is part of a USB hub mounted internally. This HUB may be replaced with other types, so power connection may vary. But power supply is included in deliverance.

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6.1 VideoSynch Extractor

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The VideoSynch Extractor generates trigger pulse for the digitizer. The VideoSynch Extractor includes a 4 to1 multiplexer. Each of these inputs is for different purposes.

Ch 1: Receives signal from the chosen VideoMUX input channel (1-8 and H).

Ch 2: Receives signal from the chosen VideoMUX input channel (9-16 and V).

Ch 3: Receives signal directly from VideoMUX ‘Sync1’.

Ch 4: Receives signal directly from VideoMUX ‘Sync2’.

Input 1 BNC BNC BNC Input 4 BNC Video Sync Extraction board Sync source mux
Input 1
BNC
BNC
BNC
Input 4
BNC
Video Sync Extraction board
Sync source
mux
00: Automatically detect
01: HDTV Tri-level only
10: SDTV: Bi-level only
11: VGA-type only
USB interface
USB
CH-1
Filter
USB-B
mux
EL4511
Power
CH-2
XTAL
supply
XTALN
CH-3
HDTV
S
LOCK
Filter
SYNC IN
CH-4
SDTV
Video Amps
H
SYNC
Line
V
SYNC
counter
V
sync
V IN
BNC
O/E
and
Trigger
H
sync
H/V IN
C
SYNC
SMB
trigger
BNC
Termination
BK P
selection
75 Ω
(optional)
V BLK

Figure 6: VideoSynch Extractor Card

6 Internal

6 Internal The Test Solution People 6.2 VideoMUX The VideoMUX is made of two boards, which

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6.2

VideoMUX

The VideoMUX is made of two boards, which holds the multiplexer, relays and buffer circuits. These boards are controlled by the VideoMUX controller. This board is basically a 64 bits digital I/O card. It is used to drive the relays on the multiplexer.

MUX Ch 1 Ch 2 Amplifier Ch 3 Ch 4 Ch 5 To digitizer Ch
MUX
Ch 1
Ch 2
Amplifier
Ch 3
Ch 4
Ch 5
To digitizer
Ch 6
Ch 7
Ch 8
V/H

Figure 7: VideoMUX Card

The Test Solution People 6.3 VideoMUX Controller 6 Internal The VideoMUX controller has a USB

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6.3 VideoMUX Controller

6 Internal

The VideoMUX controller has a USB interface like the VideoSynch Extractor.

It controls 64 input/output bits. Split up in 4 x 16 bits. Each 16 bits are used to control one VideoMUX PCB.

VideoMUX controller board USB interface 64 bit DIO USB USB-B Power I/O I/O supply 16
VideoMUX controller board
USB interface
64 bit DIO
USB
USB-B
Power
I/O
I/O
supply
16
channels
16
channels
16
channels
16
channels

Figure 8: VideoMUX Controller Card

The Test Solution People 7 Configurations 7 Configurations The VideoMUX is very flexible. It is

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Configurations

The VideoMUX is very flexible. It is basically a dual 1 to 8 multiplexer. But the system has been prepared, so that it is possible to expand for more channels.

7.1 Expansion connectors

Every board has an extra input and output for expansion. This means that it is possible to expand each board with another board. MultiplexerOUT has a duplicate connector, facing opposite multiplexer OUT connector, so that it is possible to route this signal inside the VideoMUX, to another cards expansionIN connector.

When a system is made of more than two boards, it is necessary to remove the connectors for the digitizer(MultiplexerOUT) on one set of boards.

7.2 Horizontal and Vertical selection

Each set of two boards, has one vertical and one horizontal input. When there are more than two boards, the internal H and V connections must be daisy chained. Then it is possible to select all H and V signals through relay switching (K12).

7.3 Synch 1 and 2 inputs

These inputs are direct inputs to VideoSE, and therefore not expandable. A 32 channel version and above will only have two dedicated synch inputs.

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8 Video Buffer

8 Video Buffer

The video buffer is a THS3201 current feedback amplifier from Texas semiconductors.

The amplifier features excellent specification for BW and settling times, making it ideal for high performance video applications. Offset voltage is a bit high, but this is not important since VideoMaster uses video clamp to black level. This is needed, since many video transmitters like DVD’s and other consumer electronics, has DC offset on their outputs. Sometimes up to 1 Volts. The VideoBuffer is DC coupled, and has a limit of approx. 2.2 Volts peak. 2.0 Volts is guarantied. This value gives a limit for voltage Offset at the input at 1.3 Volts.

8.1 Input impedance

The THS3201 is tied up as a none-inverting amplifier with AV=1.

The input impedance of 75 Ohm is achieved through 1% resistors. The actual impedance is 82/1K2=76.7 Ohm for not measured inputs, and 75.0 Ohm for the measured input.

This is necessary, because we have situations where the none-inverting input of the THS3201 is not tied to anything. So we share the load between the input resistor mounted at the input side of the multiplexer and a resistor mounted on the input of the THS3201. This resistor is 3300 Ohm, which is small enough to keep a low offset value. We also have the input impedance of the THS3201(Approx. 780 KOhm).

Resistances are:

Input of MUX:

76.7 Ohm.

Input of THS3201:

~780K Ohm. In parallel with 3300 Ohm at input.

Zin=Zin(Any input)//Zin(Measured input)// Zin(THS3201)=76.7//3300//780K=75.0 Ohm.

8 Video Buffer

8.2 Version 1 Power considerations

8 Video Buffer 8.2 Version 1 Power considerations The Test Solution People The THS3201 is mounted

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The THS3201 is mounted in a SOT-23 plastic housing. This gives a limitation on how much power the device can deliver. And how high the maximum operating temperature can be.

The VideoMUX is a low power unit. The most power consumed is by the THS3201, so ambient temperature for THS3201 can be set to the same value as for the unit. The THS3201 is loaded with 100 Ohm (2 x 50 Ohm) worst case.

Total power consumption:

Quiescent current x ±Voltage = 9mA x 10V =

90.0mW

Max output power:

(0.5 x VCC)²/100 Ohm=

62.5mW

Total power:

90mW+62.5mW=

152.5mW

Tja is 255.4 ºC /W for THS3201 and junction temperature must be kept below 125 ºC.

This means that max temperature rise is:

Tja x Total power = 255.4 ºC /W x 152.5mW = 38.9 ºC.

This means that max operating temperature is:

125 ºC – 38.9 ºC =

86.1 ºC.

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8.3 Version 2 Power considerations

8 Video Buffer

In version 2 the THS3201 is mounted in a SOIC-08 plastic housing. This gives a higher limit for operation temperature.

The VideoMUX is a low power unit. The most power consumed is by the THS3201, so ambient temperature for THS3201 can be set to the same value as for the unit. The THS3201 is loaded with 50 Ohm.

Total power consumption:

Quiescent current x ±Voltage = 9mA x 10V =

90.0mW

Max output power:

(0.5 x VCC)²/50 Ohm=

125mW

Total power:

90mW+125mW=

215mW

Tja is 97.5 ºC /W for THS3201/SOIC-08 and junction temperature must be kept below 125 ºC.

This means that max temperature rise is:

Tja x Total power = 97.5 ºC /W x 215mW = 21 ºC.

This means that max operating temperature is:

125 ºC – 21 ºC =

104 ºC.

So for both types, there are no heating problems.

9 Mechanic

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Mechanic

9 Mechanic 9 Mechanic The Test Solution People This section describes the connections to the VideoMUX,

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This section describes the connections to the VideoMUX, and the internal connections.

9.1 Front panel description

The VideoMUX cards are stacked upon each other. They are only mounted in the front panel with the connectors.

The VideoMUX Control card is mounted in the rear of the cabinet turned 90º. Connected to the VideoMUX cards only through a 26-pin cable.

The VideoMUX cards are also connected to the VSE card. The VideoMUX card(s) and the VSE card are mounted on top of each other. VSE card on top.

Both VSE and VideoMUX Control cards are connected to the USB Hub. The USB hub is mounted at the rear.

nnected to the USB Hub. The USB hub is mounted at the rear. Power Sync Sync1
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2
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5
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H
CH0
Sync2
10
12
13
14
15
16
V
CH1
Trig
9
11
23 × BNC
Channel 0, 1 and Trig
Are connected to Digitizer

Figure 9: VideoMUX Front view

9.2 Rear panel description

The rear of the VideoMUX is only fitted with Power connection and USB connection.

  microLEX   Systems A/S   USB Power
  microLEX   Systems A/S   USB Power
 

microLEX

 

Systems A/S

 

USB

Power

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  microLEX   Systems A/S   USB Power
  microLEX   Systems A/S   USB Power
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9.3 Internal mounting

Figure 10: VideoMUX Rear view

9 Mechanic

This drawing shows the placement of boards and USB Hub.

In the middle, two boards are mounted on top of each other. The lower board is the VideoMUX control board. This board controls the relays on two VideoMUX cards.

The upper board is the VSE card, which receives signals to extract and generate synch signals from. The main feature of this card is the specific line trigger.

On the front two alike VideoMUX cards are mounted directly in the front panel. This gives the shortest possible and best controllable routing of the video signals.

Rear Power USB To lower board IDC26 J11 or J12 VideoMUX(Ch 1-8) to J11 VideoMUX(Ch
Rear
Power USB
To lower board IDC26
J11 or J12
VideoMUX(Ch 1-8) to J11
VideoMUX(Ch 9-16) to J12
USB HUB
Stacked Boards
Lower board:
VideoMUX Controller
Upper board:
VideoSynch Extractor
To lower
board
To upper
board
IDC26
Stacked Boards
Two VideoMUX boards

Front

Figure 11: VideoMUX Internal top view

10 Additional documentation

10 Additional documentation The Test Solution People 10 Additional documentation More detailed documentation of the VSE

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10 Additional documentation

More detailed documentation of the VSE card can be found in the VideoCTU manual, which can be ordered from microLEX.

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11 Application hints

11 Application hints

It is recommended to use short cable between VideoMUX and digitizer. The VideoMUX is shipped with three 300mm long cables. A cable of just 2 m. will degrade performance even on composite video. High frequency components will be attenuated. With standard RG58C/U, an attenuation of approx. 0.1 – 0.2 dB must be expected.

The same goes for cables between UUT and VideoMUX.

13 Support information

12 Known errors

13 Support information 12 Known errors The Test Solution People There have been problems with some

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There have been problems with some USB 1.1 connections. The communication with the unit sometimes fails. On some systems this is seen very rarely and sometimes very often. The only solution to this, when it happens, is to temporarily disconnect the USB cable. After that it is necessary to reinitialize the VideoMUX.

MicroLEX Systems can provide a USB2.0 PCI card for older systems.

The Test Solution People 13 Support information 13 Support information Within the system warranty period,

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13 Support information

13 Support information

Within the system warranty period, or within the valid period of a maintenance agreement, the customer the customer is at liberty to contact microLEX Systems.

Telephone:

+45 4576 2100

Fax:

+45 4576 2200

Email:

support@microlex.dk

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Problem report

The next page is a standard template used for reporting system problems. It can be copied and send as a fax. As an alternative bugs may be reported by emails, in this case please insure that the mail contains similar information as the Engineering Problem Report form.

The Test Solution People Engineering Problem Report Originator The Test Solution People Name Dr. Neergaards

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Engineering Problem Report

The Test Solution People Engineering Problem Report Originator The Test Solution People Name Dr. Neergaards Vej

Originator

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Name

Dr. Neergaards Vej 5C 2970 Hoersholm Denmark

Company

Tel.:

+45 4576 2100 +45 4576 2200

Fax:

e-mail:

support@microlex.dk

Date

Tel.

Fax.

Application

Name

Version

License No.

Environment

System

Configuration

Operating System

Report Type

Blocking Point

Minor Bug

Major Bug

Improvement

 

Bug

Cosmetic

Problem Description

Reproduction of Problem

 

MICROLEX SYSTEMS NOTES

 

Received by

Date

Report No.

Action

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Index

A

I

Application hints, 27

Installation, 8

Introduction, 7

C

Controls and indicators, 20

P

F

ferrite bead, 15 Front panel descriptions, 13

Problem report, 30

S

Support information, 29