Ampex Data Systems ATM 300 user manual

User manual for the device Ampex Data Systems ATM 300

Device: Ampex Data Systems ATM 300
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ATM 300 Series
Tape Recorder Interface
Installation and Operation

1308903-02

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NOTICE The contents of this technical manual have been checked and are believed to be accurate. However, no responsibility is assumed for any inaccuracies in the information provided herein. Ampex Corporation reserves the right to make changes without notice to improve reliability, function or design. TRADEMARKS DIS is a registered trademark of Ampex Corporation. Prepared by Technical Publications Ampex Corporation 500 Broadway Redwood City, CA 94063-3199 Copyright © 1998 by Ampex Corpor

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Technical Information Customer Support Ampex provides extensive customer support for its products. These services are outlined below. When requesting services, please supply the following information (most of which can be found on the identification name plate located on the system’s rear panel) to help expedite your request. • Model • Serial Number • Catalog/part number • Date of purchase • Name and address of your organization Field Service For service quotations and sched

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Safety and First Aid Suggestions No matter how well electrical equipment is designed, you can be exposed to dangerous electrical shock when protective covers are removed for service or other activities. Therefore, you should consistently observe all safety regulations, be sure that you thoroughly understand the dangers related to electrical hazards, and have some knowledge of first aid required for electrical injuries. In addition, follow these general safety practices: Do not touch or

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Good Practices If you cannot turn off power immediately, very carefully loop a length of dry, nonconducting material (such as rope, insulating material, or clothing) around the victim and pull him free of the power. Avoid touching the victim or victim’s clothing until free of power. Immediately start the appropriate first aid procedures. When testing or servicing the equipment described in this manual, keep in mind the following standard good practices: When connecting any instrument (osc

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Notice! This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy. If not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, it may cause interference to radio communications. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device pursuant to part 15 of FCC rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference when operated in a commercial environment. Operation of this equipment in a residential

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ATM 300 Series Contents Contents 1.0 Introduction .......................................................................................................1 1.1 Description ........................................................................................................1 1.2 Unpacking and Inspection .................................................................................2 1.3 Rack Mounting ........................................................................................

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ATM 300 Series Introduction 1.0 Introduction This manual describes how to install and operate the Ampex ATM 300 Series Tape Recorder Interface. 1.1 Description Ampex provides three models of the ATM 300 Series Tape Recorder Interface: • ATM 300 - Multimode fiber physical layer interface • ATM 300S - Singlemode fiber physical layer interface with SyncStart • ATM 300M - Multimode fiber physical layer interface with SyncStart These three units convert OC-3 (Optical Carrier) data to H

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Model No. Running Head Unpacking and Inspection ATM 300 Series Table 1. Specifications (Continued) Parameter Specification Optical Data Cables 62.5/125 µm multimode fiber (ATM 300 and ATM 300M) 8.3/125 µm singlemode fiber (ATM 300S) Electrical Data Cables Ampex provides the following accessory cable kits: Ampex Part No. Size 1308564-01 120-in (305 cm) - standard 1308565-01 180-in (457 cm) 1308566-01 300-in (762 cm) 1308567-01 600-in (1524 cm) SyncStart Connector BNC Power Requirements

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ATM 300 Series Multiple ATM 300S/M Connections FRONT PANEL REAR PANEL SERIAL IN RECEIVER OUT FIBER OPTIC HOTLINK DIS 160i DEVICE INTERFACE TRANSMITTER IN SERIAL OUT ATM 300 SERIES NOTE: SEE TABLE 1 FOR CABLE AND CONNECTOR SPECIFICATIONS. Figure 2. Single OC-3 Connection 1.5 Multiple ATM 300S/M Connections To synchronize data transfers to and from the multiple tape drives, connect a user supplied SyncStart signal to multiple ATM 300S/M units. The SyncStart signal synchronizes the data tra

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Model No. Running Head Multiple ATM 300S/M Connections ATM 300 Series FRONT PANEL REAR PANEL SERIAL IN RECEIVER OUT FIBER OPTIC HOTLINK DIS 160i DEVICE INTERFACE SERIAL OUT TRANSMITTER IN SYNCSTART ATM 300S/M FRONT PANEL REAR PANEL SERIAL IN RECEIVER OUT FIBER OPTIC HOTLINK DIS 160i DEVICE INTERFACE SERIAL OUT TRANSMITTER IN SYNCSTART ATM 300S/M FRONT PANEL REAR PANEL SERIAL IN RECEIVER OUT FIBER OPTIC HOTLINK DIS 160i DEVICE INTERFACE SERIAL OUT TRANSMITTER IN SYNCSTART ATM 300S/M SYNCST

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ATM 300 Series Switches and Indicators 1.6 Switches and Indicators Table 2 describes the front and rear panel switches and indicators. Table 2. Switches and Indicators Panel Name Description Front DATA FLOW Determines how the ATM unit responds to a missing (switch) or invalid OC-3 input. CONTINUOUS - Continues record and playback operations at 155.52 Mbits/sec as determined by an internal crystal oscillator. This provides a valid OC-3 output during playback regardless of the OC-3 i

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Model No. Running Head Operation ATM 300 Series 1.7 Operation To operate the ATM units: 1. For initial installations, perform the self-test procedure in paragraph 1.8. 2. Verify the TEST LOOP switch, on the rear panel, is in the NORMAL position. 3. Place the POWER switch to the ON position. The POWER indicator should light. 4. Verify the ERROR indicator (rear panel) is off. 5. Verify the tape drive is setup for External Playback Clock (see DIS Tape Drive or ACL Installation and Opera

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ATM 300 Series Self-Test 2. Place the POWER switch to the ON position. The following indicators should be on: • POWER • RECEIVER OK • TRANSMITTER OK 3. Place the TEST LOOP switch to the TEST position. 4. Press the RESET button. The ERROR indicator should go off and remain off indicating unit is operating properly. If necessary, check cable connections. Otherwise, call your local Ampex regional office. Ampex 1308903-02 7

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™ Ampex Corporation 500 Broadway Redwood City, CA 94063-3199 Part Number 1308903-02


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