Quick Start Guide
MVP-8400 8.4" Modero ViewPoint Touch Panel
Overview
MVP-8400 Specifications (Cont.)
The AMX MVP-8400 panel (FG5965-05) uses an internal wireless compact flash card
to communicate with a NetLinx Master via an off-the-shelf 802.11b/g Wireless Access
Point. The MVP-8400 units utilizes a 8.4" Color Active LCD to display a 800 x 600 pixel
image using over 256 K colors, and features programmable firmware that can be
upgraded via either the wireless card or the mini-USB port.
The MVP-8400 also features nine programmable external pushbuttons and two sets of
display LEDs. These panels are configured to operate on a standard 802.11b/g
wireless network. On the 4 available IR channels, this panel utilizes both AMX IR
frequencies (38 KHz or 455 KHz) and 2 additional user-defined IR libraries.
For detailed installation, configuration, programming, file transfer, and operating
instructions refer to the MVP-7500/8400 Modero ViewPoint Touch Panels operation/
reference guide, available on-line at www.amx.com.
Screen Properties:
Directional pad w/center select button
Pushbuttons (4)
Viewing Angle:
• Vertical: + 60° (up from center) and - 40° (down from
center)
Operating/Storage
Environments:
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Included
Accessories:
• Wireless Interface Compact Flash card (CF Type 1)
(pre-installed into MVP)
• PS4.4 Power Supply (FG423-44)
• Stylus (pre-installed onto the left side of the unit)
• Two MVP-BP Power Packs (FG5965-20)
Other AMX
Equipment:
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Mini-USB
connector
Stylus
C
C
Speaker
• Screen resolution: 800 x 600 pixels (HV) @ 60 Hz frame
frequency
Aspect ratio: 4 x 3
Brightness (luminance): 180 cd/m2
Channel transparency: 8-bit Alpha blending
Contrast ratio: 350:1
Display colors: 256K colors (18-bit color depth)
Dot/pixel pitch: 0.21 mm
Panel type: TFT Color Active-Matrix
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Speaker
Docking station interface connector
Power connector
Operating Temperature: 0° C (32° F) to 40° C (104° F)
Operating Humidity: 20% - 85% RH
Storage Temperature: -20° C (-4° F) to 60° C (140° F)
Storage Humidity: 5% - 85% RH
CB-MVPWDS Conduit Box (FG037-10)
CC-USB Type A to mini-B programming cable (FG10-5965)
MVP-BP battery (FG5965-20)
MVP-KS Kickstand (FG5965-12)
MVP-STYLUS three pack (FG5965-30)
MVP-TDS Table Top Docking Station (FG5965-10)
MVP-WDS Wall Docking Station - Black (FG5965-11)
MVP-WDS Wall Docking Station - Silver (FG5965-21)
MVP-WDS-SK Silver Conversion Kit (FG5965-22)
Upgrade Compact Flash (pre-programmed with firmware):
NXA-84CF128M 128 MB compact flash card (FG2116-50)
NXA-84CF256M 256 MB compact flash card (FG2116-51)
NXA-84CF512M 512 MB compact flash card (FG2116-52)
NXA-84CF1GB 1 GB compact flash card (FG2116-53)
FIG. 1 MVP-8400 Touch Panel component locations
Connections and Wiring
Specifications
The PS4.4 Power Supply (with barrel connector) provides power to the MVP-8400
either directly (via the power connector located on the lower right-side of the panel) or
indirectly (by routing incoming power through the Docking Station’s MVP Interface
Connector).
• Once the MVP is connected to a docking station; charging priority is first given to
any MVP-BP battery packs found within the MVP-8400 and then to any other
batteries inserted into the docking station’s battery charging compartments.
WARNING: Although firmware upgrades can be done over wireless Ethernet; it is
strongly recommended that firmware KIT files be transferred over a direct USB
connection and only when the panel is connected to a power supply. If battery power
or wireless connection fails during a firmware upgrade, the panel flash file system may
become corrupted.
MVP-8400 (FG5965-05) Specifications
Dimensions (HWD): 7.17" x 10.47" x 1.34" (18.20 cm x 26.60 cm x 3.40 cm)
Power Requirement Panel with batteries fully charged or with no batteries:
(without charging): • Constant current draw: 1.2 A @ 12 VDC
• Startup current draw: 1.8 A @ 12 VDC
• If panel is mounted onto a TDS or WDS, add 0.1 A to the
above figures.
Power Requirement Panel while charging batteries:
(while charging):
• Constant current draw: 3.2 A @ 12 VDC
• Startup current draw: 3.8 A @ 12 VDC
• If panel is mounted onto a TDS or WDS, add 0.1 A to the
above figures.
Minimum power
supply required:
PS4.4 Power Supply (FG423-45)
- All MVP models are shipped with this power supply.
Power Modes:
• ON: Panel is fully functional.
• STANDBY: Panel uses low power, the LCD/backlight is
shutdown, LEDs still function. Panel resumes the ON
mode in ~ 1 second.
• OFF: On-board programs not running, touch screen still
powered, LED not functional. Panel resumes the ON
mode in ~ 30 seconds.
Certifications:
• FCC Part 15 Class B and CE
Battery Duration:
• Eight hours of normal use (25% On state, 25% Standby,
and 50% Off).
• Four hours of continuous use (continuous On state).
The MVP-8400 ships with two MVP-BP batteries. You must
use both batteries to obtain the duration times given above.
Memory:
• 64 MB SDRAM
• 64 MB Compact Flash (upgradable to 1 GB) - factory
programmed
Weight:
• Panel (no batteries): 1.85 lbs (0.84 kg)
• Panel with one battery: 2.25 lbs (1.02 kg)
Setup Pages
The panel is equipped with setup pages that allow you to set and configure various
features on the panel. Consult the MVP-7500/8400 Modero ViewPoint Touch Panels
Operation/Reference guide for detailed information on the Setup pages.
Accessing The Protected Setup Page
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Press down and hold both the bottom, left pushbutton and down on the directional pad (indicated in FIG. 1) simultaneously for 3-5 seconds. This opens the
Setup page.
Press Protected Setup button on the Setup page. This opens a keypad for
password entry.
Enter the panel password into the keypad (default is 1988) and select Done to
access the Protected Setup page.
Setting the Panel’s Device Number
In the Protected Setup page:
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Press the Device Number field to open the Device Number keypad.
Enter a unique Device Number assignment for the panel, and press Done
to return to the Protected Setup page.
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Press Reboot to reboot the panel, and apply the new Device Number.
Configuring the Panel’s Wireless IP Settings
Touch Panel Calibration
The first step is to configure the wireless communication parameters, this only
configures the card to communicate to a target WAP, it is still necessary to tell the
panel which Master it should be communicating with; see Master Connection.
Consult the MVP-7500/8400 Modero ViewPoint Touch Panels Operation/Reference
guide for setting the wireless communication using a static IP address.
In the Protected Setup page, follow these steps:
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Select Calibrate.
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Touch each target on the screen as they appear. Once calibrated the panel
confirms and instructs you to touch the screen to continue.
Wireless communication using a DHCP Address
In the Protected Setup page:
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Select Wireless Settings. Wireless communication is set within the IP Settings section of this page.
2.
Toggle the DHCP/Static field (from the IP Settings section) until the choice
cycles to DHCP. This action causes all fields in the IP Settings section (other
than Host Name) to be greyed-out.
Do not alter any of these remaining greyed-out fields in the IP Settings section. Once
the panel is rebooted, these values are obtained by the unit and displayed in the
DNS fields after power-up.
Consult the MVP-7500/8400 Modero ViewPoint Touch Panels Operation/Reference
guide for setting a Host Name.
Configuring the Card’s Wireless Settings
This section configures both the communication and security parameters from the
internal wireless card to the WAP.
Once you have set up the wireless card parameters, you must configure the
communication parameters for the target Master; see Master Connection.
Consult the MVP-7500/8400 Modero ViewPoint Touch Panels Operation/Reference
guide for configuring the wireless card for unsecured access to the WAP.
Related Documents
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MVP-7500/8400 Modero ViewPoint Touch Panels Operation/Reference Guide
MVP-TDS Table Docking Station Operation/Reference Guide
MVP-WDS Wall Docking Station Operation/Reference Guide
MVP-KS KickStand Operation/Reference Guide
VisualArchitect Operation/Reference Guide
G4 PanelBuilder Operation/Reference Guide
TPDesign4 Touch Panel Design Program Operation/Reference Guide
Caution: There are particular operations, such as upgrading the NXA-CFSP
compact flash card and replacing/installing the NXA-WC80211GCF Wireless
Compact Flash Card, that require opening the MVP’s outer housing to access
internal components (as described in the MVP-7500 Modero ViewPoint Touch
Panels Operation/Reference Guide).
When opening the MVP panel housing to access internal components, be careful not
to damage or disconnect the wireless compact flash card antenna, which is mounted
to the inside of the rear housing.
Configuring the Wireless Card for Secured Access to the WAP
In the Protected Setup page:
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Select Wireless Settings.
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Enter the SSID information automatically by pressing the Site Survey button.
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Select a WEP secured WAP from within the Site Survey page, and press the
Connect button.
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Write down the SSID name, Current Key string value, and panel MAC Address
information so you can later enter it into the appropriate WAP dialog fields in
order to "sync-up" the secure connection. These values must be identically
reproduced on the target WAP.
Consult the MVP-7500/8400 Modero ViewPoint Touch Panels Operation/Reference
guide for manually entering the SSID information.
Master Connection
The panel requires you establish the type of connection you want made between it
and your master. In the Protected Setup page:
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Select System Settings
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Select Type to toggle between USB and Ethernet.
3.
When using Ethernet, press the listed Mode to toggle through the
available connection modes:
Connection Modes
Mode Description
Procedures
Auto
The device connects to the first
master that responds. This
setting requires you set the
System Number.
Setting the System Number:
1. Select the System Number to open the
keypad.
2. Set your System Number select Done.
URL
The device connects to the
specific IP of a master via a
TCP connection. This setting
requires you set the Master’s
IP.
Setting the Master IP:
1. Select the Master IP number to the
keyboard.
2. Set your Master IP and select Done.
Listen The device "listens" for the
master to initiate contact. This
setting requires you provide
the master with the device’s IP.
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Confirm device IP is on the Master URL
list. You can set the Host Name on the
device and use it to locate the device on
the master. Host Name is particularly
useful in the DHCP scenario where the IP
address can change.
Select the Master Port Number to open the keypad and change this value. The
default setting for the port is 1319.
Set your Master Port and select Done.
If you have enabled password security on your master you need to set the
username and password within the device.
Select the blank field Username to open the keyboard.
Set your Username and select Done.
Select the blank field Password to open the keyboard.
Set your Password and select Done.
Press the Back button to return to the Protected Setup page.
Press the Reboot button to reboot device and confirm changes.
For full warranty information, refer to the AMX Instruction Manual(s) associated with your Product(s).
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