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ADC Device Controller4RU

Installation Reference
6-July-2011

Confidential Document. For Harris Automation Customers Only.

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Contents

Contents
About this Manual ............................................................................. 5
Audience ..................................................................................................................................... 5 Measurement Standards ............................................................................................................. 5 Product Unpacking Notes ........................................................................................................... 5 Installing the Chassis Front Panel ............................................................................................... 5 To Install the Door ................................................................................................................... 5

About the Device Controller-4RU ...................................................... 7


Overview ..................................................................................................................................... 7 Features .................................................................................................................................. 8 Benefits ................................................................................................................................... 8 A Note on Device Controller Power-Up .................................................................................. 9 Configuration Options.................................................................................................................. 9 Device Controller Specifications ............................................................................................... 10

Chassis Layout and Operation ........................................................ 11


Introduction ................................................................................................................................ 11 The Device Controller Front View ............................................................................................. 11 Front Accessible/Viewable Components .............................................................................. 12 The Automation Computer Rear View ...................................................................................... 13 Power .................................................................................................................................... 13 Ports ...................................................................................................................................... 14 Whats inside an Automation Computer? .................................................................................. 14 Take a Look Inside ................................................................................................................ 14 Example Chassis populated with cards ................................................................................ 15 Hardware Components You Might Find................................................................................ 16 Standard Software Components You Might Find ................................................................. 17

Computer Setup .............................................................................. 18


Preinstalled Components .......................................................................................................... 18 Software ................................................................................................................................ 18 Boards and Cards ................................................................................................................. 18 Standard Board Slot Locations ............................................................................................. 18 LED Status Board...................................................................................................................... 20 To Configure the LED Board Drive Status Light ................................................................... 20 To Reinstall an Existing LED Board ...................................................................................... 21 The Alarm Connector ................................................................................................................ 22 (Optional) Raided Hard Drive Configuration ............................................................................. 23 Board Set Installation ................................................................................................................ 23 ADC Board Set Installation Reference ................................................................................. 23

Unit Replacement ............................................................................ 24


Notice to the Original Purchaser ............................................................................................... 24 To Return a Unit ........................................................................................................................ 24 To Order a New or Replacement Unit ....................................................................................... 25 Chassis Only ......................................................................................................................... 25 Fully Populated Chassis Configuration ................................................................................. 25

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About this Manual

About this Manual


Audience
This manual is intended as a general reference and for use by engineers or technicians when installing an ADC Device Controller computer.

Measurement Standards
The following measurement standards are used in this manual:

Rack Unit (RU) is an Imperial standard measurement for device height. (While also seen as U.) [1RU = 44.45mm = 1.75 inches] 19 Rack Standard is an international standard for racking width. [19 Rackmount standard = 482.6mm] Other measures for in-document conversion: (1m = 3.281ft), (0.3048m = 1ft), (25.4mm = 1in), (1kg = 2.205lb) Website for length & weight conversions: http://www.convert-me.com/en/convert

Product Unpacking Notes


Thoroughly inspect all articles immediately upon receipt. Any damage discovered should be cause for a damage claim against the carrier. Since contents may shift during shipping, prior to installation and rackmounting the unit, removed the top cover of the chassis and ensure all cards and the SBC are properly seated in their respective mountings.

Installing the Chassis Front Panel


To limit the potential for damage during shipping, the front door of the Device Controller computer is packed in its own box inside the chassis carton and must be installed on site.

To Install the Door


Install the front door with its right and left rack ears on the chassis prior to mounting. The eight black, flat head 4x15mm machine screws required to mount the ears are packed separately in the chassis accessories kit.
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1. Install the rack ears with four machine screws each with the hinges on the left and the latch on the right.

2. Place the door over the hinges and latch it. There is a small retainer clip on the inside upper left that prevents the door from being lifted off the hinges when closed. The door must be swung open approximately ninety degrees in order to be placed on or removed from the hinges

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About the Device Controller4RU


Overview
The Device Controller is the new hardware platform supported by the Harris ADC playout automation system. Its job is to host the operating system, real-time Device Controllers, and device drivers necessary for the automation system, at the device control layer. It supports a variety of configuration options for serial cards, GPI cards, time code references and system software. With the Device Controller, a station can:

Significantly expand their offerings, by managing incremental channels on a single server Save space and cost with hardware thats smaller, but more powerful Improve their ability to manage your rich media content by using a more powerful device, with improved network connectivity and considerably more ingest and playout device options Take advantage of features and functions that are planned for future releases of ADC playout automation. Enjoy the benefits of an operation that is state-of-the-art, with the most current reliability, availability and serviceability features available.

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Features
The Device Controller includes the following features:

Provides a flexible Device Command, Control, and System/Device Configuration interface. Supports field upgrades. Is highly configurable providing the ability to add/activate drivers without going offline. Supports simulated operation. Supports broadcast device redundancy. Sends and receives frame-accurate information across the Local Area Network (LAN) to and from remote client workstations.

Benefits
Harris rackmount computers are the foundation of our automation system. They are built with high specification components and are designed for, high reliability, ease of maintenance, and repeatability in component structures. The Device Controller offers the following benefits:

Increased performance and throughput levels, via more powerful processors Scalability, delivered by dramatic expansion capabilities in hardware configuration: A significant increase in the number of ports available to drive additional serial- and network-attached devices Greater communications bandwidth, delivered by built-in, dual, Gigabit Ethernet network connectivity

Space efficient packaging in the form of a 4-RU chassis Outstanding reliability, availability and serviceability features: Standard dual, hot swappable power supplies Hard disk drives that are readily accessible and exchangeable via the front of the chassis Optionally available hardware RAID 1 drive redundancy. Hot swappable chassis fans. Detailed front panel indicators of the status of the power supplies, fans, chassis temperature, and individual voltages. Summary alarm output for driving remote indicators. Adherence to all governmental and regulatory standards, via compliance with current, and most demanding, environmental specifications: This includes compliance with Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) and Restriction on Hazardous Substances (RoHS) (Combined WEEE/RoHS) requirements now mandated in Europe, and being adopted in other parts of the world. Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (RoHS) 2002/95/EC mandates: Recycling of devices at end of life and the elimination or

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reduction of a list of hazardous substances. This includes six key hazardous materials typically used in the manufacture of various types of electronic and electrical equipment: Lead, Mercury, Cadmium, Hexavalent chromium (chromium VI or Cr6+), Polybrominated biphenyls (PBB), and Polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE) Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive (WEEE Directive) 2002/96/EC sets collection, recycling and recovery targets for all types of electrical goods. The directive imposes the responsibility for the disposal of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) on the manufacturers of such equipment. The companies are compelled to use the collected waste in an ecological-friendly manner, either by ecological disposal or by reuse/refurbishment of the collected WEEE. Under WEEE "Users of electrical and electronic equipment from private households should have the possibility of returning WEEE at least free of charge"

A Note on Device Controller Power-Up


If a Device Controller is shut down and then immediately powered on, an invalid GPI Relay can be fired on startup. To avoid this issue, wait a minimum of 30 seconds after a full shut down before performing a power up of the Device Controller computer.

Configuration Options
An Device Controller supports serial devices in the following manner:

In an ADC playout automation system environment the Device Controller can support up to 64 ports. Currently up to eight PC slots can be fitted with ADC 8-Port Serial cards, supporting up to 64 high speed serial ports. Currently up to four PC slots can be fitted with ADC 16-Port Serial cards, supporting up to 64 high speed serial ports.

Note: Multiple Device Controllers may be used in specific installations to provide expanded serial device support and backup functionality.

GPI Outputs
All Harris automation systems provide support to control external devices via GPI. The Device Controller provides for enhanced capabilities to support higher GPI port count for all automation Harris automation systems.

Network Device Control


Device Controller supports multiple network interface cards to support network based control of devices.

Backup (Redundant) Device Controller


(Optional) Redundancy is an important part of automation. The ability to recover immediately from hardware failure in a broadcast environment is crucial. Protection against automation computer failure can be achieved through a backup (redundant)

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automation computer. The backup automation computer is identical to the main Device Controller and is configured the same way.

If the main automation computer fails, the backup automation computer automatically takes over the tasks handled by the main automation computer. If the main automation computer fails, device control may be manually transferred to the backup automation computer. The transfer is accomplished by an RS-422 switching unit.

Device Controller Specifications


The following table provides a brief list of specifications for a Harris Device Controller. Specification Size Description Height: 4RU (17.78 cm) Width: 19 Rackmount standard (48.26 cm) Depth: 21.26 (54 cm) Note: Published values do not include various projections, front and rear, that may increase the actual overall depth. Weight Power Requirements 41 lbs (18.6KG) Dual redundant 300-Watt power supplies: universal input voltage, AC plug on each module, no common components. In close proximity to the equipment the computers are controlling this minimizes cable runs. Since all communication to peripherals is via balanced RS422 links, this is not an electrical requirement: rather, it is one of convenience and cost. Standard 19 rack-mount. The CPUs are supplied with rack slides for ease of maintenance. The slides require attachment at the front and rear of the rack. An extra depth of approximately 100mm is required to give clear access to rear cables. Unit includes: 20-26 adjustable rack mount slide rails

Typical Location

Mounting Requirements

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Chassis Layout and Operation


Introduction
Harris professional automation computers are built for reliable operation and performance in rigorous broadcast environments. Harris PCs, Serial Driver Cards and many other components are built to our broadcast specifications. The 19 chassis frames are built with up-rated components that can be easily maintained. Cards, Power Supply Units and Disk Drives can all be easily replaced.

The Device Controller is a 4RU unit dedicated to communicating with and controlling the broadcast devices and client workstations. This automation computer provides: A scalable solution to controlling devices while providing highly reliable playout capability. Network-based device control and management as well as traditional RS422 device control and GPI contact-closure triggers.

The Device Controller Front View


Chassis Front Door Closed
The following image shows a Harris Device Controller with the chassis front door closed. General status LEDs are viewable in the lower right corner.

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Chassis Front Door Open


A Harris Device Controller with the chassis front door open allows access to device Hard Drives, DVD and power buttons. Note: In this photo only one hard drive is installed.

Illustrated View
The chassis front opens allowing easy access hard drives and other components. The following illustration provides a simple labeled view of the layout of accessible components.
FanC Fan1 Fan2 Temp1 Temp2 DRV +12V +5V -12V -5V +3.3V STB

Status Detail LEDs

Hard Drive
(optional raided drive)

Reset

Hard Drive FAN FAN


Power

DVD

PS1

PS2

DRV

SYS

PS2 Port

USB Port

Status LEDs

Front Accessible/Viewable Components



1 USB port on front (and 2 in rear) Alarm reset button on front Audible alarms triggered in case of power supplies decline in performance.
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80 GB SATA HD: Removable hard drive caddy and drive accessible via front panel to allow. (Optional second hard drive can be installed.) Front Panel Status LEDs: Fault detection LEDs for Power Supplies, Hard Drive(s)D, Temps, and Fans On outside of front panel: P/S#1, P/S#2, Hard drive activity, System Summary Fault via Harris proprietary front panel. (System Summary Fault = P/S#1, P/S#2, CPU fan, Fan1, Fan2, Temp1, and Temp2) Behind front cover: FanC (CPU fan), Fan1, Fan2, Temp1, Temp2, +12V, 12V, +5V, -5V, +3.3V, +5Vsb Alarm Output: 4-Pin mini-XLR connector with outputs: Alarm (+), Alarm (-)

The Automation Computer Rear View


The chassis rear plane allows easy access to power supplies and unit cabling. The following illustrations provides an example view of the chassis rear panel layout.

Rear View of a Serial-8 Card Chassis configuration

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41

49

57

10

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42

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3 11 19 27 35 43 51 59 4 12 20 28 36 44 52 60

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0 1

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Rear View of a Serial-16 Card Chassis configuration

0 1

0 1

Power

Dual Redundant 300-Watt Power Supplies: Hot-Swappable units. Universal input voltage, AC plug on each module, no common components, no standby voltages present within chassis when power module switches are OFF.

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Two standard IEC three-pin power connections for the power supply module. Power Supply Fans exhaust to the back.

Ports

14 card passive backplane, 13 PCI + 1 PICMG v1.3 Alarm Status connector (4 pin located just above the Serial and Parallel ports) Serial and Parallel ports on chassis rear. Standard Parallel port is a DB25 type connector COM 1 is a standard 9-way D-type serial connections

2 USB ports on rear (and 1 on front) VGA output, connector on rear board panel 2 GigE NICs, connectors on rear board panel PS2 port for keyboard & mouse split connector on rear board panel.

IMPORTANT: Use the PS2 keyboard, mouse splitter that comes with the unit. At this time the device will not work with any other. A USB keyboard and/or mouse can be used and are recommended.

Mouse (M) and Keyboard (K) ports are standard PS/2 ports

Note: The presence and availability of other ports depends on the cards added to the Computer to accommodate the installation

Whats inside an Automation Computer?


The components available inside a Harris Device Controller computer depends on the ADC playout automation system and the level of required failover. Software hardware and software components are added to an Device Controller computer to address application-specific functionality.

Take a Look Inside


The following illustration provides a reference to the approximate locations of hardware within the Device Controller computer.

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CPU Motherboard
PCI MG Slot Memory

NICs, Video, Mouse & Keyboard ports

NIC: (RJ45) NIC: (RJ45)

PCI Slot 0

FAN 1

Video Graphics (DB9) Keyboard & Mouse (PS2 w/ splitter cable)

PCI Slot 1 PCI Slot 2 PCI Slot 3

CPU Fans C E N E T R

PCI Slot 4 PCI Slot 5 PCI Slot 6

FAN 2

C H A S S I S

PCI Slot 7 PCI Slot 8 PCI Slot 9 PCI Slot 10 Parallel Port

USB Port

Stacked Hard drives and DVD HD HD DVD

B R A C E

PCI Slot 11 PCI Slot 12 Parallel port, Serial port, USB ports Serial Port

USB Port

Power Supply (Hot Swappable)

Alarm Connector

Power Supply (Hot Swappable)

<< FRONT

BACK >>

Example Chassis populated with cards


As an example, the following photos show a Device Controller chassis loaded with eight ADC 8-Port Serial cards, two GPI cards, and a Timecode card.

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Hardware Components You Might Find


The following table lists hardware components you might find in an Device Controller. Since this unit provides a common platform for all Harris automation systems, the component listing is divided into three categories:

Standard or Common components to all automation systems ADC playout automation specific components Hardware Components Hard Drive:
(1)

Standard X

80 GB 7200 RPM SATA 3.0Gb/s removable hard drive


(2) (3)

Raided Hard Drives

Optional X X

DVD R, 16X, dual layer

Single Board Computer (SBC): Intel Pentium 4, 3.0GHz, LGA 775 (upgradeable)

14 card passive backplane 13 PCI 1 PICMG v1.3

Memory 1 GB 184-Pin DDR 400 SDRAM ECC system memory 2 DDR II DIMM sockets upgradeable to 4MB

Note: The available memory may be limited to approximately 3GB, with 4GB of physical memory installed, based on the shared use of system memory, and architectural and operating system restrictions. Power Supply Dual Redundant 300-Watt Power Supplies: universal input voltage, AC plug on each module, no common components, no standby voltages when power module switch is OFF. X X X

CompactFlash Socket Up-rated Fans CPU fan, Fan1, Fan2, Temp1, Temp2

USB Ports 1 USB port on front 2 USB port on rear

Serial and Parallel Ports on PCI bracket PS2 port for keyboard, mouse, connector on rear board panel Network Interface Cards 2 GigE NICs onboard
(4) (5)

X X X

Additional NIC Cards

Optional X

VGA Graphics display onboard

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Hardware Components Timecode/video sync card ADC: LTC TimeCode Card w/ video sync
(6) (6)

Standard X

8-Port Serial Card

X X X

ADC 16-Port Serial Card GPI Card

1) Removable hard drive caddy and drive accessible via front panel 2) Built-in RAID 0, 1, 5 and 10 for storage ADC playout automations RAID solution is implemented on this ATA RAID controller. 3) A DVD Writer is used when required by the application 4) Additional network interface capabilities may require more NICs. 5) VGA output, connector on rear board panel 6) The number of Serial Cards in any one machine depends on the number of devices being controlled - up to a maximum of eight Serial-8 cards or four Serial-16 cards.

Standard Software Components You Might Find


Hardware Components Microsoft Windows XP Professional
(1a) (1b)

Standard X X X

Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional Harris Software


(2) (3)

Third-Party Software

As required

(1a) Standard Microsoft Windows XP installation (1b) Microsoft Windows 2000 installation for backward compatible systems (2) As required for the computers designated application. (3) ADC: As required, Third-party software includes anti-virus software, tools to compress and decompress files, etc.

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Computer Setup
Preinstalled Components
Software
Operating system software and drivers come preinstalled and configured on the Device Controller unit.

Microsoft Windows XP Professional Third-Party software as required

Boards and Cards


All serial boards and any necessary additional cards are configured and installed in their specified slots prior to shipping to a customer site.

VGA Graphics Display card 8-Port Serial Cards or 16-Port Serial Cards GPI cards Adrienne LTC Time Code card Additional NIC Cards (optional)

WARNING: Changing any board, card, or GPI connection from their designated position will result in improper functioning of the Device Controller computer. CHP Processor seating Even though the processor card has a retaining bracket at the rear, the end of the edge connector furthest from the bracket can become unseated from the motherboard during shipping. It is therefore advisable to ensure the card is seated properly while installing other peripheral cards during the chassis setup. This avoids incidents of CHP CPUs refusing to boot-up first time on site.

Standard Board Slot Locations


ADC Device Controller units are typically shipped with the boards in the following slots. The slots available for serial cards depend on the serial card (Serial-8 or Serial16) defined for the chassis configuration. If fewer than the maximum number of serial or GPI cards were ordered, then the slots designated for expansion are left empty.

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Power Supplies

Alarm Output

12

11

10

13 PCI Slots 8 7 6 5

0 1

0 1

Parallel / Serial / USB Ports

Serial Cards Slot 05 -12

GPI Cards Slots 01-04 Time Code/Sync Card Slot 00

Single Board Computer: NIC 1, NIC 2, Video, PS2

Serial-8 Card configuration


Chassis Location Onboard Slot 00 Slot 01 Slot 02 Slot 03 Slot 04 Slot 05 Slot 06 Slot 07 Slot 08 Slot 09 Slot 10 Slot 11 Slot 12 Board / Card Single Board Computer (SBC): CPU, Serial /Parallel Ports, 2 NICs, VGA, PS2 Keyboard / Mouse Adrienne Time Code/Sync GPI Card 4: GPIs 25-32 GPI Card 3: GPIs 17-24 GPI Card 2: GPIs 9-16 GPI Card 1: GPIs 1-8 Serial-8 Card 8: Serial Ports 57-64 Serial-8 Card 7: Serial Ports 49-56 Serial-8 Card 6: Serial Ports 41-48 Serial-8 Card 5: Serial Ports 33-40 Serial-8 Card 4: Serial Ports 25-32 Serial-8 Card 3: Serial Ports 17-24 Serial-8 Card 2: Serial Ports 9-16 Serial-8 Card 1: Serial Ports 1-8

Serial-16 Card Configuration


Chassis Location Board / Card

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Chassis Location Onboard Slot 00 Slot 01 Slot 02 Slot 03 Slot 04 Slot 05 Slot 06 Slot 07 Slot 08 Slot 09 Slot 10 Slot 11 Slot 12

Board / Card Single Board Computer (SBC): CPU, Serial /Parallel Ports, 2 NICs, VGA, PS2 Keyboard / Mouse Adrienne Time Code/Sync GPI Card 4: GPIs 25-32 GPI Card 3: GPIs 17-24 GPI Card 2: GPIs 9-16 GPI Card 1: GPIs 1-8 Open slot for extra NIC, SNMP card, etc. Open slot for extra NIC, SNMP card, etc. Open slot for extra NIC, SNMP card, etc. Open slot for extra NIC, SNMP card, etc. Serial-16 Card 4: Serial Ports 49-64 Serial-16 Card 3: Serial Ports 33-48 Serial-16 Card 2: Serial Ports 17-32 Serial-16 Card 1: Serial Ports 1-16

LED Status Board


The LED status board controls the status lights located on the lower right corner of the Device Controller chassis. On all current versions of the chassis this board comes preinstalled. For more information reference User Note: CHP Device Controller: Installing the LED logic module.

To Configure the LED Board Drive Status Light


Only the Drive status LED can be configured. All other LEDs are hard wired. Jumper J1 can be set to allow a variety of status signaling. The board is shipped with a default drive status setting of jumper setting one. The following diagram illustrates the LED circuit on the LED board.

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VCC

G C R 5 6 1 2 Hard Drive Input Pin 7 of U2

Circuit

Jumper Setting 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
5 6
5 6

Description
1 2
1 2

Normal Green / Yellow HD Activity (Default) Normal Off / Green HD Activity Normal Off / Yellow HD Activity Normal Off / Red HD Activity Always Green / No HD Activity Always Off / No HD Activity Always Yellow / No HD Activity

5 6
5 6

1 2
1 2

5 6
5 6

1 2
1 2

5 6

1 2

Note: There are a number of other jumper setting permutations that will duplicate the functionality shown above. The above jumper configurations are the recommended settings.

To Reinstall an Existing LED Board


A preconfigured the LED board is installed on the chassis. Use the following procedure if you want to remove the board so it can be reconfigured. Reinstalling the LED board should take approximately 60 minutes. 1. Power down the chassis 2. Remove the case top 3. Disconnect the Hard Drive(s), DVD Drive cables, and LED board cables. Be certain to label them so you will remember where they reconnect. 4. Carefully remove the entire Drive Bay from the chassis. There are five screws: four on top and one on bottom back corner of the bay. 5. Remove the preconfigured LED board and plate located below the DVD drive. Flip the bay over and remove the plate. The plate connects to the bay with four screws. 6. Reconfigure the jumper settings on the LED board as required.
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7. Insert the reconfigured LED board plate back into the bay. It connects to bay with four screws. 8. Carefully replace the entire Drive Bay in the chassis. There are five screws: four on top and one on bottom back corner of the bay. 9. Reconnect the LED board, DVD drive, and Hard Drive cabling. 10. Replace the case top. 11. Power up the chassis.

The Alarm Connector


J2 and J3 jumpers on the LED board control the pinout used for the Alarm connector located on the back of the Device Controller chassis. These jumpers can be set to allow a high/low voltage or an open collector type alarm. The board is shipped with Jumpers open.

Connector Pinout based on Jumper Settings


The diagram on the left illustrates the Alarm circuit on the LED board and the location of Jumpers JP2 and JP3 bin relation to the connector pins. The diagram on the right indicates load levels for the circuit.
CHP Chassis LED Board Alarm Output Circuit Fragment +5 V

JP3

JP2
1

/6 74HC07

1 K

Alarm Output 50 pF

Connector Pins: 1 2 3 4

Connector Pins Jumper Settings JP2 Open

Pin 1 JP2 Shorted JP3 Open

Pin 2 JP3 Shorted

Pin 3 --------

Pin 4 -----

Normal Operation Alarm Condition

Ground Open Collector

Ground +5V

Open Collector Ground

+5V Ground

Ground Ground

3.3V 3.3V

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The Alarm Connector on the back of the Chassis


The following diagram shows the cabling and pin assignments for the alarm connector located on the back of the Device Controller chassis. The connector is positioned just above the Parallel/ Serial and USB ports.
Switchcraft Tini Q-G XLR, P/N 502-TB4M
3 1 4 2

The mating plug is user supplied (not included).

(Optional) Raided Hard Drive Configuration


An ATA RAID controller is present on the Single Board Computer (SBC). This means all RAID setup is done in the hardware BIOS. A raided hard drive configuration is an option for the Device Controller chassis. If a second raided hard drive is required, but is not already installed in the chassis, contact Harris automation support for assistance. ADC playout automations RAID solution is implemented on this ATA RAID controller.

Board Set Installation


For information on installation of boards and cards reference the following documentation:

ADC Board Set Installation Reference


This document details the installation and setup of boards, cards, and devices specific to an ADC playout automation system.

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Unit Replacement

Unit Replacement
Notice to the Original Purchaser
If this unit fails under normal use, and the unit is within Harris Standard Warranty period and/or is covered under a valid Support Contract with Harris, and Harris determines - in its sole discretion - that the product is defective, and provided that the purchaser returns the product, properly packaged and freight prepaid to Harris, Harris will - at its option - repair or replace the product. No warranty is implied or expressed as to the suitability of this product for a particular usage and Harris is not liable for any special, indirect, or consequential damages, however caused.

To Return a Unit
Follow this procedure when returning a defective unit to Harris for replacement. Stage 1 2 3 Action Contact your Harris Representative to report the problem. Get an RMA number (Return Materials Authorization) for the unit from Harris. Request the proper ship to address: The Americas Harris Corporation BCD Automation 9800 S. Meridian Blvd Englewood, CO 80112 USA Ph +1 303 476 5000 Europe, Asia, Africa Harris Corporation BCD Automation Eskdale Road Winnersh Triangle Reading, Berkshire England RG41 5TS Ph +44 (0) 118 9648189 4 5 Repackage the unit and Ship To: the Harris office designated in stage 3. Harris will, at its option, repair or replace the product.

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ADC Device Controller-4RU Installation Reference

Unit Replacement

To Order a New or Replacement Unit


Contact your Harris Automation representative to order a Professional Automation Computer. When ordering specify the unit by its Product Code.

Chassis Only
Device Type HW CHP 4RU, Chassis Product Code 502022-01

Fully Populated Chassis Configuration


Device Type ADC 32 Port Main Device Controller, CHP 4RU ADC 32 Port Backup Device Controller, includes Manual Transfer switch, CHP 4RU ADC 32 Port Backup Device Controller - Automatic Cloning control, CHP 4RU, Requires Cloning control Software 400543-00 ordered separately. ADC 64 Port Main Device Controller, CHP 4RU ADC 64 Port Backup Device Controller, includes Manual Transfer switch, CHP 4RU. ADC 64 Port Backup Device Controller - Automatic Cloning control, CHP 4RU, Requires Cloning control Software 400543-00 ordered separately. Product Code 202093-00 202093-01 202093-02

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