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IndigoVision

8000 / 9000 Box


Hardware Guide

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

ABOUT THIS GUIDE ................................................ 5


Safety Notices ....................................................................... 6

1 GETTING STARTED.............................................. 7
Overview ............................................................................... 7
Powering the Unit .................................................................. 7
Standard Temperature Range Units ................................... 8
Extended Temperature Units ............................................ 10

2 CONFIGURATION ............................................... 13
Initial IP Properties .............................................................. 13
Using the Web Configuration Pages ................................... 13
Step 1 Preparing an Isolated Network ........................... 14
Step 2 Preparing PC for Initial Device Configuration.... 15
Step 3 Configuring your Transmitters/Receiver............ 17
Using the Serial Port Connection ........................................ 21
Attaching the Devices to the Network ................................. 24

3 HARDWARE DESCRIPTION ................................. 25


Connector Specification Front View ............................... 25
IndigoVision 9000 Transmitter/Receiver Unit .................... 25
IndigoVision 9000 Transmitter Only Unit........................... 26
IndigoVision 8000 Unit Transmitter Unit with Audio .......... 26
IndigoVision 8000 Transmitter Only Unit........................... 27
IndigoVision 8000/9000 Extended Temperature Units...... 27
Composite Video Input/Output .......................................... 28
S-Video Input..................................................................... 28
Mic In................................................................................. 28
Line Input........................................................................... 28
Line Output........................................................................ 28
Indicator LEDs................................................................... 29

Connector Specification Rear View ................................30


IndigoVision Standard Units ..............................................30
IndigoVision 9000 Extended Temperature Unit: Option A .30
IndigoVision 9000 Extended Temperature Unit: Option B .31
IndigoVision 8000 Extended Temperature Unit: Option A .31
IndigoVision 8000 Extended Temperature Unit: Option B .32
Network .............................................................................32
Serial Ports ........................................................................32
S-Video Connector Pinout .................................................34
Binary I/O Voltages Less Than 24 Volts ............................34
Binary I/O Input Voltages Greater Than 24 Volts ..............36
Binary Output ....................................................................38
Power Supply ....................................................................38

4 HARDWARE SPECIFICATION ............................... 39


Video ...................................................................................39
Audio ...................................................................................40
Line Input/Output .................................................................40
Mic Input ..............................................................................40
Data Input/Output ................................................................41
Network Connections ..........................................................41
Binary Input .........................................................................41
Binary Output .......................................................................41
Metrics .................................................................................42
Environment ........................................................................42
Regulatory ...........................................................................43

APPENDIX A GENERAL PUBLIC LICENCE ........... 45


INDEX ................................................................. 47

ABOUT THIS GUIDE

This guide is written for users of the IndigoVision 8000 and 9000
units, and details the following product variants:

IndigoVision 9000 (H.264)

Transmitter-only unit

Transmitter/receiver unit with audio

As a receiver, this is a dual standard, 8000 and 9000 compatible unit.

IndigoVision 8000 (MPEG-4)

Transmitter-only unit

Transmitter with audio

Extended temperature

IndigoVision 8000 transmitter/receiver unit with audio


(options A and B)

IndigoVision 9000 transmitter/receiver unit with audio


(options A and B)

The information about each variant is identical unless otherwise stated.

This guide provides introductory information about the product,


and a description of the hardware and specifications.
For information on how to use the Web Configuration pages to
configure the unit, see the IndigoVision Web Configuration
Guide.

Safety Notices
This guide uses the following formats for safety notices:

WARNING

CAUTION

NOTICE

Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in


death or serious injury.

Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in


moderate injury, damage the product, or lead to loss of data.

Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may seriously


impair operations.

Additional information relating to the current section.

GETTING STARTED

Overview
IndigoVisions 1 Input transmitter/receiver 8000 and 9000 units
are a single source solution for transmitting, receiving, encoding
and decoding video, audio and binary events over IP networks.
They have the following key features:

As a transmitter, they digitize, encode and transmit video over


the network from a PAL or NTSC video source.

As a receiver, they receive the encoded video data from the


network, decompress the video signal and output either
NTSC or PAL composite video to an analog monitor.

They can be located at a camera location or remote


monitoring site.

IndigoVisions modular software products such as Control Center


and the Network Video Recorder (NVR) can be added at any
stage during the systems lifetime.

Powering the Unit


The standard temperature IndigoVision 8000 and 9000 units are
Power Over Ethernet (PoE) powered devices compliant with the
IEEE802.3af standard.
There are two extended temperature options: Option A units
operate from 0C to +65C. Option B units operate from -30C to
+65C and require an additional power supply to power an
internal heater.

Standard Temperature Range Units


There are four methods of powering the standard units:

Power over Ethernet (PoE) switch

PoE injector

PoE midspan

Auxiliary power

24V AC

14V-35V DC

Power over Ethernet (PoE) Switch


To power up the unit using a PoE-compliant switch, attach a
CAT5 cable between the unit and a PoE switch.

PoE Injector or Midspan


If a PoE switch is not available, the unit can be powered using a
PoE injector, such as Phihong PSA1GU-480, or midspan.
Network

Cat5 cable

Network switch
Mains Power

Cat5 cable

PoE injector/
midspan

Mains Power

Figure 1 Using a PoE injector or midspan

Auxiliary Power
If power from a PoE Ethernet switch, PoE midspan or PoE
injector is not available, the unit can be powered using the
auxiliary power input. These are the two AUX pins of the 16-way
I/O connector on the rear of the unit.

Auxiliary power requirements are 24V AC or 14-35V DC


(7W max power). Figure 2 shows the signals on the I/O
connector.
D1.A D1.K D2.A D2.K

Ra.1 Ra.2 AUX +5V

D3.A D3.K D4.A D4.K

Rb.1 Rb.2 AUX GND

Figure 2 Binary I/O connector


Use 18AWG (1mm2) figure of eight or twisted pair cable to
connect an auxiliary power supply to the camera.
The auxiliary power input to the camera is not polarity sensitive;
therefore a DC power supply can be connected in either polarity
to the auxiliary pins.
NOTICE

The auxiliary power must be connected to the AUX pins only. The +5V
and GND pins must not be used for auxiliary power as this will
irrevocably damage the unit.

A 24V DC, 500mA PSU with mains power lead can be ordered
from IndigoVision. The order codes are 110004-1 (UK), 110004-2
(US), 110004-3 (EU).
For information on auxiliary power for extended temperature
units, see Auxiliary Power Supply on page 11

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Extended Temperature Units


The extended temperature Option B units require additional 24V
DC power input for heater power to ensure operation down to
-30C.
The IndigoVision 8000 extended temperature units have a 5V DC
input for unit power.
For more information, see Connector Specification Rear
View on page 30

CAUTION

The power supply units provided with the unit are extended temperature
rated, however, they are not weather proof. You may need to mount the
power supply unit in a suitably IP rated enclosure.

5V DC Power Supply
The 5V DC power input with a current of up to 1.5A is provided
via a 2.1mm center-positive cylindrical connector, as shown in
Figure 3.
5V DC @ 1.5A

Figure 3 Center-positive cylindrical connector

A locking power plug is available from:


Company:

Switchcraft

Website:

http://www.switchcraft.com

Part No:

S761K

Description:

Miniature power plug with securing screw

A power supply is provided with the IndigoVision 8000 extended


temperature units; part number 110009-1 (Uk), 110009-2 (US),
110009-3 (EU).

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Auxiliary Power Supply


The auxiliary power (max power 8W) is provided via the two AUX
pins of the 16-way I/O connector on the rear of the unit (see
Figure 2).
For more information, see Auxiliary Power on page 8
Extended temperature units are supplied with 24V DC, 500mA
PSU with mains power lead: part number 110062-1 (UK),
110062-2 (US), 110062-3 (EU).

24V DC Heater Power Supply


The 24V DC power input with a current of up to 3.33A is provided
via a 2.5mm center-positive cylindrical connector, as shown in
Figure 4.
24V DC @ 3.33A

Figure 4 Center-positive cylindrical connector

A locking power plug is available from:


Company:

Switchcraft

Website:

http://www.switchcraft.com

Part No:

761K

Description:

Miniature power plug with securing screw

A heater power supply is provided with the 8000 and 9000


extended temperature Option B units; part number 110060-1
(UK), 110060-2 (US), 110060-3 (EU).

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CONFIGURATION

You can configure your transmitter/receiver using the Web


Configuration pages, or a serial connection.

Initial IP Properties
By default, the devices are programmed with IP properties shown
in Table 1.
Table 1 Default IP Properties
Initial Configuration
IP Address

10.5.1.10

Subnet Mask

255.0.0.0

Default Gateway

10.0.0.1

Using the Web Configuration Pages


This section takes you through the steps required to configure
your IndigoVision transmitter/receiver unit using the Web
Configuration pages. These are as follows:
1

Prepare an isolated network.

Prepare your PC for initial device configuration.

Configure your transmitters and receivers. This includes


specifying their IP address and subnet mask.

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Step 1 Preparing an Isolated Network


Connect the unit and the PC you are using to configure it on their
own isolated network by connecting them to the same PoE
switch (see Figure 5).
Network

PoE switch
PC
Network
Cat5 cable

Figure 5 Connecting the unit using a PoE switch

Alternatively, connect the unit to the PC via a PoE injector or


midspan (see Figure 6).
Network

PoE injector/
midspan

PC

IN

Cat5 crossover
cable

OUT
Cat5 cable
Mains Power Supply

Figure 6 Connecting the unit using a PoE injector or midspan


When using 8000 series extended temperature units or if a PoE option
is not available, you will need to power the unit using an external power
supply. See Powering the Unit on page 7

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Step 2 Preparing PC for Initial Device Configuration


All devices are supplied with their IP address and subnet mask
set to 10.5.1.10 and 255.0.0.0 respectively.
You cannot connect the devices to your network until you have changed
the IP settings to suit your network.

To change the factory defaults of your transmitter or receiver, you


must first (temporarily) modify your PCs network settings.
Record the original value of all settings that are to be changed so that
you can re-enter them when you have completed the initial device
configuration.

To change your PCs IP settings:


Use the Windows XP Network Settings configuration application
to set the PCs IP address and subnet mask, as follows:
1

In Windows Explorer, right-click Network Neighborhood and


select Properties.

Right-click Local Area Network and select Properties.

Figure 7 LAN Properties

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Right-click Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and select Properties.

Figure 8 IP Properties

Set the IP address to a unique address close to the factory IP


address, for example, 10.5.1.2 and change the PCs subnet
mask to 255.0.0.0 (the same as the factory default).

Click OK, then OK again.

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Step 3 Configuring your Transmitters/Receiver


Once you have changed your PCs network settings, you can
change the IP values of your transmitter and receiver from the
factory defaults.
To configure a device using the Web Configuration pages:
1

Open Windows XPs Internet Explorer application. From the


File menu, select Open, and enter 10.5.1.10 (the factory
default IP address), then click OK.

The Web Configuration home page opens.

Figure 9 Web Configuration Home web page (9000 unit)

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Click Network in the menu on the left of the page. The


Network web configuration page opens.

Figure 10 Network web configuration page (9000 unit)

The fields are as follows:

Use DHCP Select this check box if you wish to assign the
following Network parameters via a DHCP Server:

Host Name

IP Address

Subnet Mask

Gateway

Network Time Server

If the unit does not receive any response from the DHCP server it
will default to using the network parameters supplied by the last
completed DHCP request.
IndigoVision recommends that if you are using DHCP, you should
configure the DHCP server to assign a given IP address based on the
units MAC address.

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NOTICE

NOTICE

Control Center requires that the IP address for a unit in a site remains
fixed. If the DHCP Server has been configured to lease addresses from
an address pool, rather than based on MAC address, the device will not
work correctly with Control Center.

Host Name Enter a name for the transmitter or receiver to


identify the device.

Location Enter a location to identify the device.

IP Address Enter the IP address of the unit.

Subnet Mask Enter the IP network subnet mask.

Ensure that you enter the correct values. Once you change from the
defaults, the device is no longer configurable by the PC with its current
network settings.

Gateway Appropriate default gateway for remote network


access: this is only required if the devices are to be accessed
from a different subnet.

Broadcast Address Broadcast addresses are calculated


automatically using your IP address and subnet mask to
locate and access IndigoVision devices within a given range
of network IP addresses. This value is read-only.

NTP Server Address The IP address of a Network Time


Server, if used. If this is not automatically assigned using
DHCP, you can configure it manually on the Date/Time web
page.

Ethernet Interface Enter a link type. The options are as


follows:

10Mbps Half-Duplex

10Mbps Full-Duplex

100Mbps Half-Duplex

100Mbps Full-Duplex

Auto-negotiate

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You may need to change the Ethernet link type default value
from Auto-negotiate for some network devices. If you have
problems maintaining a network link, contact your system
administrator to determine the appropriate setting.
When you have configured the device as required, click
Submit to apply the changes to the device.
4

To configure another device, disconnect the network cable


from the device. Leave the network cable connected to the
PC.

You may want to make a note of the devices new IP address and
subnet mask, or label the device with its new details.

Connect the network cable to the next device you want to


configure.
Before you can access the next unit for configuration, you
must type the following command from a Command Window:
C:> arp -d 10.5.1.10

NOTICE

Repeat these steps for each device, using different IP


addresses for each device.

Ensure that no two devices share the same IP address (or that of the
PC).

When you have configured all your devices, return the PC to


its original settings, or change them as appropriate for your
network.

You are now ready to take your device(s) off the isolated
network and connect them to the main network. See
Attaching the Devices to the Network on page 24.

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Using the Serial Port Connection


To configure the unit using the serial port, you require an RS232
null modem serial cable.
1

Power up the unit using the appropriate method, for example


Power over Ethernet (PoE).
See Powering the Unit on page 7

Connect the serial cable between the unit and the PC as


shown in Figure 11.

Network

PC
Serial cable

PC with serial
configuration software

Figure 11 Serial port connection

On the PC, use a Terminal Emulation program such as


Windows HyperTerminal and set the serial port parameters
as follows:

115200 baud

8 bits

No parity

1 stop bit

Flow Control: None

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The console port defaults to being a serial data port. To revert


it back to a console port to configure the unit via this serial
port, connect to the unit and power on the device. You should
see similar output to the following:
Consider yourself BLOBed!
blob version 2.0.5-pre3-iv15 for IndigoVision VP887
Copyright (C) 1999 2000 2001 2002 Jan-Derk Bakker and Erik
Mouw
blob comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY read the GNU GPL for
details.
This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute
it under certain conditions; read the GNU GPL for details.
Memory map:
0x02000000 @ 0x00000000 (32 MB)
Loading blob from flash . done
Loading kernel from flash ... done
Loading fpga from flash ....... done
Autoboot (3 seconds) in progress, press <ESC> three times
to stop ...

To stop the normal boot procedure, press <ESC> three times


within the 3 seconds. To see the following prompt:
Autoboot aborted
Type "help" to get a list of commands
blob>

If you fail to do this in time power cycle the unit and repeat the
procedure.
At the blob prompt type the command "boot" to start the unit
and provide a serial console port.
blob> boot

Connect to the unit and press <Enter>. You should see a


prompt similar to the following:
VB9000 Vp-xxx Version vX-X-X
Device Type: Transmitter
Location: Unknown
Network Settings [10.5.1.10/255.0.0.0/10.0.0.1]
VB9000 login:

Log in to the unit using the username "config" and password


"config". The unit prompts you to enter the new configuration
values. At each prompt, press <Enter> to accept the current
value.

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Use DHCP (y/n) Enter y to use DHCP for IP configuration,


or n for manual IP configuration.

IP Address Enter the IP address of the unit.

Subnet Mask Enter the IP network subnet mask.

Default Gateway Enter the appropriate default gateway


for remote network access: this is only required if the devices
are to be accessed from a different subnet.

Link type Enter a link type. The values are as follows:

0 - 10Mbps Half-Duplex

1 - 10Mbps Full-Duplex

2 - 100Mbps Half-Duplex

3 - 100Mbps Full-Duplex

4 - Auto-negotiate

You may need to change the Ethernet link type default value
from Auto-negotiate for some network devices. If you have
problems maintaining a network link, contact your system
administrator to determine the appropriate setting.

Host name Enter a name to describe the unit.

Location Enter a name to describe the location of the


unit.

Device type Choose to operate the unit as either a


transmitter or a receiver.

This option is not available on Transmitter only products.

Reset Network Security to factory defaults (y/n) ?


Enter "y" to reset the unit's password and network security
settings. This will enable unrestricted access to the
configuration web pages, and is the only way to reset the
password on the unit. Enter n if you do not want to make
changes to the unit's network security.

If you have more than one device, repeat these steps for each
device.
You are now ready to attach the device(s) to the network.

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Attaching the Devices to the Network


After configuring the devices IP settings, you must attach the
transmitters and receivers directly to your network using an
available network port, as follows:
1

Reconnect your PC to the network.

Use a standard RJ45 connector and CAT5 cable to connect


to the network socket on the rear of the devices, as shown in
Figure 12.
Network

PoE switch
PC
Network
Cat5 cable

Figure 12 Connecting the unit using a PoE switch

Alternatively, you can connect the unit to the PC via a PoE


Injector or midspan (see Figure 13).
Network

PoE injector/
midspan
PC

Network

IN

Cat5 crossover
cable

OUT

Cat5 cable
Mains power
supply

Figure 13 Connecting the unit using a PoE injector or midspan


When using 8000 series extended temperature units or if a PoE option
is not available, you will need to power the unit using an external power
supply. See Powering the Unit on page 7

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HARDWARE DESCRIPTION

This chapter describes the hardware for the IndigoVision 8000


and 9000 units.

Connector Specification Front View


IndigoVision 9000 Transmitter/Receiver Unit

Video In

Video Out
S Video In

Figure 14 IndigoVision 9000 unit - transmitter/receiver

At the front of the unit, there are connector ports for the following:

Composite Video in

Composite Video out

S-Video in

Mic in

Line in

Line out

For an LED description, see Indicator LEDs on page 29.

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IndigoVision 9000 Transmitter Only Unit

Video In
S Video In

Figure 15 IndigoVision 9000 unit - transmitter only

At the front of the unit, there are connector ports for the following:

Composite Video in

S-Video in

For an LED description, see Indicator LEDs on page 29

IndigoVision 8000 Unit Transmitter Unit with Audio

Video In

Video Out
S Video In

Figure 16 IndigoVision 8000 unit - transmitter/receiver

At the front of the unit, there are connector ports for the following:

Video in

Video out not used (fitted with a blanking cap)

S-Video in

Mic in

Line in

Line out

For an LED description, see Indicator LEDs on page 29

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IndigoVision 8000 Transmitter Only Unit

Video In
S Video In

Figure 17 IndigoVision 8000 unit - transmitter only

At the front of the unit, there are connector ports for the following:

Video in

S-Video in

For an LED description, see Indicator LEDs on page 29

IndigoVision 8000/9000 Extended Temperature Units

Video In

Video Out
S Video In

Figure 18 IndigoVision 9000 unit - transmitter/receiver

At the front of the unit, there are connector ports for the following:

Composite Video in

Composite Video out

S-Video in

Mic in

Line in

Line out

For an LED description, see Indicator LEDs on page 29.

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Composite Video Input/Output


The video connectors of the unit are standard 75 Ohm terminated
BNC connectors. The input/output format is composite video on
these connectors.

S-Video Input
For sources which support S-video, IndigoVision recommends
that you use this S-Video input to achieve high quality video at
lower bitrates.

Mic In
The units support both dynamic and condenser microphone
inputs, which are configurable from the audio web page. The
microphone input is a mono input.
The Mic In connector is a 3.5mm jack (stereo type), left channel
encoded only, that is, the audio input is on the Tip, and GND is
on the Common.

When using a condenser microphone, the microphone


power is provided on the centre connection of the jack.
If you are using a microphone source, ensure that you select the correct
type in the web page.

Line Input
The Line Input is a stereo input, 3.5mm jack (stereo type) and
supports an input signal amplitude of up to 1V p-p. The audio
input gain of the unit can be adjusted from the audio web page to
cater for lower input signal amplitudes.
Line in is set to mono by default. To switch to stereo, log in to the unit
via telnet, enter the command stereo on, then reboot the unit.

Line Output
The Line Output is a 3.5mm jack (stereo type) and provides an
output signal amplitude of up to 1V p-p. This output is not
capable of driving a speaker directly. It should be connected to a
suitable amplifier, powered speakers or headphones. The
minimum load impedance rating of this output is 32 Ohms.

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Indicator LEDs
When the units are powered up, the LEDs indicate the activity
and status as described in Table 2.
Table 2 LED descriptions
Name
Activity
10/100
Link

Appearance

Color

Status

Meaning

Yellow

Flashing

Normal operation

Solid on/off

System failure

On

100Base-TX mode

Off

10Base-T mode

Flashing

Ethernet link established, data


being transmitted/received

On

Ethernet link OK, no data being


transmitted/received

Off

No Ethernet link

Green
Yellow

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Connector Specification Rear View


IndigoVision Standard Units

Figure 19 IndigoVision 9000 unit rear view

At the rear of the unit, there are ports to connect to the following:

Network

Serial Console and Data ports

Binary I/O

IndigoVision 9000 Extended Temperature Unit: Option A

Figure 20 IndigoVision 9000 unit rear view

At the rear of the unit, there are ports to connect to the following:

Network

Serial Console and Data ports

Binary I/O

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IndigoVision 9000 Extended Temperature Unit: Option B

Figure 21 IndigoVision 9000 extended temperature unit option B

At the rear of the unit, there are ports to connect to the following:

Network

Serial Console and Data ports

Binary I/O

Heater power supply (+24V DC)

IndigoVision 8000 Extended Temperature Unit: Option A

Figure 22 IndigoVision 9000 extended temperature unit option A

At the rear of the unit, there are ports to connect to the following:

Network

Serial Console and Data ports

Binary I/O

Unit power supply (+5V DC)

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IndigoVision 8000 Extended Temperature Unit: Option B

Figure 23 IndigoVision 9000 extended temperature unit option B

At the rear of the unit, there are ports to connect to the following:

Heater power supply (+24V DC)

Network

Serial Console and Data ports

Binary I/O

Unit power supply (+5V DC)

Network
The network connector is an RJ-45 connector. It is auto-sensing
10/100 Base-T Ethernet. Use CAT5 cables or higher. The
maximum length is 100m.

Serial Ports
Console: 9-pin D-type
The Console Serial port is a standard RS232 serial connection
with pinouts as shown in Table 3.
Table 3 Console Serial port pinouts
Pin

RS232 Function

NC

Rx

Tx

NC

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Table 3 Console Serial port pinouts (continued)


Pin

RS232 Function

GND

NC

NC

NC

NC

By default, the device boots using this port as a secondary data


port. To boot to the actual console follow the instructions inUsing
the Serial Port Connection on page 21.

Data: 9-pin D-type


The Data Serial port can be either a standard RS232 (default)
port or an RS485/422 port.
The units support RS485 devices in a point-to-point configuration only.
No RS422/485 termination is provided. If this is required, it must be
provided externally.

Table 4 Data Serial port pinouts


Pin

RS232 Function

RS485/422 Function

Rx

Rx+

Tx

Tx-

GND

GND

RTS

Tx+

CTS

Rx-

4
5
6

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Parts
Suitable RS232 null modem cables are available from:

NOTICE

Company:

Farnell

Website:

http://www.farnell.com

Part No:

976880

Description:

9-way D-type femalefemale serial cable

Off-the-shelf null modem cables are not compatible with IndigoVision


devices when using RS422.

S-Video Connector Pinout


The pinout for the S-Video connector is as follows:

Y GND

C GND

Y (LUMA)

C (CHROMA)

Binary I/O Voltages Less Than 24 Volts


The binary inputs on the units allow you to connect external
trigger sources to the device. There are four binary inputs, and
two binary outputs.
For information on configuring alarms from binary inputs, please
see the IndigoVision Web Configuration Guide.
For supply voltages less than 24V DC, no external resistor is
required as the unit has an internal resistor fitted. The input
voltage (Vin) must be less than 1V DC, or open circuit, for a logic
low, and greater than 4V DC for a logic high.

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Example 1 Normally Closed Contact


4 - 24V
VIN

DX.A
Internal resistor
already fitted

Normally closed
contact
DX.K

IndigoVision
8000/9000

Figure 24 Normally closed contact

In Figure 24, when the switch is pushed, the binary input


changes from high to low. When the switch is released, the
binary input changes from low to high.

Example 2 Normally Open Contact


4 - 24V
VIN

DX.A
Internal resistor
already fitted

Normally open
contact
DX.K

IndigoVision
8000/9000

Figure 25 Normally open contact

In Figure 25, when the switch is pushed, the binary input


changes from low to high. When the switch is released, the
binary input changes from high to low.

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Binary I/O Input Voltages Greater Than 24 Volts


For input voltages greater than 24V DC, an external resistor is
required in series with the input pin. The value of this resistor can
be calculated as:
R = [ 100 * (VON - 1) - 1500 ] ohms rounded down to the nearest
preferred resistor value, where VON is the desired voltage for a
logic high.
eg. for VON = 48V DC
R = [ 100 *( 48 - 1 ) - 1500 ]

4700 - 1500 = 3200

3K

Input voltages above 50Vpk at Vin will irrevocably damage the unit.
CAUTION

Example 3 Normally Closed Contact (48V input)


48V
External
resistor

VIN

DX.A

3K

Internal resistor
already fitted

Normally closed
contact
DX.K

IndigoVision
8000/9000

Figure 26 Normally closed contact

In Figure 26, when the switch is pushed, the binary input


changes from high to low. When the switch is released, the
binary input changes from low to high.

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Binary I/O Connector Block


Figure 27 Binary I/O Connector Block

NOTICE

Name

Type

Description

D1-D4A

Connector Block

Diode 1- Diode 4 positive

D1-D4K

Connector Block

Diode 1- Diode 4 negative

RA1 RA2

Connector Block

Switched terminals

RB1 RB2

Connector Block

Switched terminals

+5v

Connector Block

+5V DC OUT

GND

Connector Block

Gnd

AUX

Connector Block

+24V DC

The +5V DC connection on the connector block is a low current output


to be used for external BIO circuitry only. Max output current 15 mA.
12mA is required to operate 4 binary inputs.

The binary I/O connector block is available from:


Company:

Phoenix Contact

Website:

www.phoenixcontact.com

Part No:

1851106

Description:

8 position Spring Energy Plug

Company:

Phoenix Contact

Website:

www.phoenixcontact.com

Part No:

1850725

Description:

8 pin terminal block

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Binary Output
Binary port switching is controlled via your software applications.
These ports are electronically switched and are either
open-circuit or closed. Once closed, the effective resistance
between Rx.1 and Rx.2 is not greater than 2 . A typical example
is shown in Figure 28.
External
External
device

Internal

Rx.1

I=500mA max

R=2 ohms
Rx.2

Figure 28 Example binary output

CAUTION

This port is not a voltage source. The maximum current permitted


through this port is 500mA, derated to 375mA at 50C.

Power Supply
The standard IndigoVision 8000 and 9000 units are Power Over
Ethernet (PoE) powered devices compliant with the 802.3af
standard.
The extended temperature units can additionally have a 5V DC
input for unit power, and/or a 24V DC to power a heater.
For more information, see Powering the Unit on page 7

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HARDWARE SPECIFICATION

This chapter details the hardware specifications for the


IndigoVision 8000 and 9000 units.

Video

Composite video: 2 x BNC connectors

IVp-p 75Ohms, NTSC/PAL input when configured as a


transmitter

IVp-p 7Ohms, NTSC/PAL output when configured as a


receiver

S-Video input

Video Codec

IndigoVision 9000:

ITU-T H.264 Standard Baseline Profile

IndigoVision 8000:

User-configurable bit rate

User-configurable frame rate

4:2:0 YUV color space

ISO/IEC Standard MPEG-4 Simple Profile

Resolution

SIF

2SIF

4SIF

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Audio
Audio Codec (not available on Transmitter only
products)

AAC-LC

16 kHz Sampling

Selectable 32, 48, 64 Kbps bit-rate

100 - 7000 Hz Bandwidth

Line Input/Output
Line Input

Stereo input

Maximum Input Voltage 1Vpp

3.5mm jack (stereo type)

For mono audio input, the input is on the Tip, and GND is on
the Common.

Line Output

Maximum Output Voltage 1Vpp

Minimum Output Load 32 Ohms

3.5mm jack (stereo type)

Mic Input

Mono input

Maximum input voltage: 200mVrms

3.5mm jack (stereo type)

Mono, left channel encoded. The audio input is on the Tip,


and GND is on the Common.

For condenser microphone, the power (4V DC) is on the


middle connection of the jack.

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Data Input/Output
Data

Selectable EIA-574 RS232 or EIA-422 RS422/485

Maximum baudrate 115.2Kbps

Console/Data

EIA-574 RS232 only

Maximum Baud Rate 115.2 Kbps

Console Settings 115200, 8bits,1 Stop Bit, No Parity

Network Connections

IEEE 802.3 and IETF standards:

IEEE 802.3af standard


(not IndigoVision 8000 extended temperature units)

Physical connection via RJ-45

10/100 Base-T Ethernet, TCP, UDP, ICMP and IGMP

Power over Ethernet (PoE)

Binary Input

Four opto-isolated binary inputs

Maximum Input voltage 24V DC

To set a Binary Input High, VIN should be 4V DC minimum,


24V DC maximum (see Binary I/O Voltages Less Than 24
Volts on page 34)

To set a Binary Input Low, VIN should be 1V DC maximum


(see Binary I/O Voltages Less Than 24 Volts on page 34)

Binary Output

2 solid state relay outputs

Normally open relay outputs

Maximum ON resistance: 2 Ohms

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Maximum carry current: 500mA@25C, de-rated linearly to


375mA@50C

Maximum voltage 50Vpk

+5V OUT @ 15mA max

Metrics
Dimensions

167mm (l) x 110mm (w) x 45mm (d)

Weight

0.6Kg (excluding power supply)

Power

Power over Ethernet (PoE)

Auxiliary power

24V AC

14-35V DC

Power consumption:

IndigoVision 8000: 6W max

IndigoVision 9000: 7W max

IndigoVision 8000 Extended Temperature: 7W max

IndigoVision 9000 Extended Temperature: 8W max

Environment
Standard variants:

Operating 0C (32F) to +50C (122F)

Storage -20C (-4F) to +70 (158F)

Extended temperature variants:

Option A

Operating 0C (32F) to +65C (149F)

Storage -20C (-4F) to +70 (158F)

Option B

Operating -30C (-22F) to +65C (149F)

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Storage -30C (-22F) to +70 (158F)

Regulatory

8000/9000 standard variants and 9000 extended temperature


variants:

EN 55022(1994) ITE emission standard Class B

EN 55024(1998) ITE immunity standard

CFR47(1995) Part 15 subpart B Class B(US federal


code of regulations)

8000 extended temperature variants:

EN 55022(1994) ITE emission standard Class A

EN 55024(1998) ITE immunity standard

EN 61000-3-2(1995) mains harmonics Class A

EN 61000-3-3(1995) voltage fluctuation

CFR47(1995) Part 15 subpart B Class A


In accordance with the EC Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment (WEEE) directive 2002/96/EC
this product must be sent to a recycling plant for proper
disposal at the end of its use.

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GENERAL PUBLIC LICENCE

IndigoVision's 8000 and 9000 products use code that is freely


available under the General Public Licence (GPL).
This licence makes it a requirement to release changes made to
the source code. In compliance, the GPL source code and any
changes made by IndigoVision are available on request through
IndigoVision Customer Support.

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INDEX

Numbers
8000 series
extended temperature option A
rear view 31
extended temperature option B
rear view 32
front panel 26
rear view 30
transmitter only front view 27
8000/9000 series
extended temperature front
view 27
9000 series
extended temperature option A
rear view 30
extended temperature option B
rear view 31
rear view 30
transmitter only front view 26
transmitter/receiver front
view 25

A
audio
specification 40
auxiliary power requirements 9

B
binary I/O connector block 37
binary inputs 34
specification 41
binary output
wiring 38
binary outputs 34
specification 41

specifications 39
configuration
initial 13
serial port 21
Web Configuration pages 13
connectors
8000 extended temperature
option A 31
8000 extended temperature
option B 32
9000 extended temperature
option A 30
9000 extended temperature
option B 31
line input 28
line output 28
mic in 28
network 32, 41
power 38
standard unit 30
S-Video 28
video 28
console
specification 41
console serial port 32

D
data input/output specification 41
data serial port 33
data specification 41
devices
attaching to network 24
DHCP 18
dimensions
unit 42

E
C
codec

environmental specification 42

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F
front panel
8000 transmitter only 27
8000 transmitter with audio 26
8000/9000 extended
temperature 27
9000 transmitter only 26
9000 transmitter/receiver 25

null modem cables 34

P
PC

hardware
description 25
specification 39

preparing for configuration 15


pinout for S-Video connector 34
PoE
injector 8
midspan 8
switch 8
power connectors 38
power supply
24V DC 11
5V DC 10
powering up 7
using a PoE injector 8
using a PoE switch 8
using auxiliary power 8

G
general public licence 45

IndigoVision 9000
hardware 25
initial IP properties 13
injector 8
IP properties 13
changing using serial port 21
changing using Web
Configuration pages 17
isolated network
preparing 14

L
LEDs 29
line input connector 28
line output connector 28

M
metrics 42
mic in connector 28
microphones 28
midspan 8

N
network
connections 41
connector 32

rear view
8000 extended temperature
option A 31
8000 extended temperature
option B 32
9000 extended temperature
option A 30
9000 extended temperature
option B 31
standard units 30
regulatory specification 43
resolutions specification 39

S
serial ports
console 32
data 33
specifications
audio 40
binary inputs 41
binary outputs 41
console/data 41
data input/output 41
environmental 42
regulatory 43
resolution 39
S-Video 39
video 39

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S-Video
connectors 28
pinout 34
specification 39

U
unit
dimensions 42

V
video
connectors 28
specification 39
video codec
specifications 39

W
Web Configuration pages 13
wiring
binary output 38

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