Cypress CSC-1200T Specifications

CSC-5500
Multi Input Scaler
Operation Manual
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Please read all instructions before attempting to unpack, install or
operate this equipment and before connecting the power supply.
Please keep the following in mind as you unpack and install this
equipment:
•
Always follow basic safety precautions to reduce the risk of fire,
electrical shock and injury to persons.
•
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain,
moisture or install this product near water.
•
Never spill liquid of any kind on or into this product.
•
Never push an object of any kind into this product through any
openings or empty slots in the unit, as you may damage parts
inside the unit.
•
Do not attach the power supply cabling to building surfaces.
•
Use only the supplied power supply unit (PSU). Do not use the PSU
if it is damaged.
•
Do not allow anything to rest on the power cabling or allow any
weight to be placed upon it or any person to walk on it.
•
To protect the unit from overheating, do not block any vents or
openings in the unit housing that provide ventilation and allow for
sufficient space for air to circulate around the unit.
REVISION HISTORY
VERSION NO.
DATE DD/MM/YY SUMMARY OF CHANGE
VR0
27/06/13
Preliminary Release
VS1
24/07/13
Updated format/diagrams
CONTENTS
1. Introduction�������������������������������������������� 1
2. Applications������������������������������������������� 1
3. Package Contents�������������������������������� 1
4. System Requirements���������������������������� 1
5. Features�������������������������������������������������� 2
6. Operation Controls and Functions������� 3
6.1 Front Panel�����������������������������������������3
6.2 Rear Panel�����������������������������������������4
6.3 Remote Control���������������������������������5
6.4 RS-232 Protocols��������������������������������6
6.5 RS-232 and Telnet Commands��������7
6.6 OSD Menu����������������������������������������11
6.7 Telnet Control����������������������������������15
6.8 Web GUI Control�����������������������������17
6.9 Input Resolution Support����������������18
6.10 Output Resolution Support�����������19
7. Connection Diagram�������������������������� 20
8. Specifications�������������������������������������� 21
9. Acronyms��������������������������������������������� 22
1. INTRODUCTION
This Multi Input Scaler has Composite Video, Component Video, PC
(VGA), and HDMI inputs and can switch and scale the signal to HDMI
or VGA with audio outputs. It supports HDMI output resolutions up
to 1080p/WUXGA and Analog Digital Conversion (ADC) and Digital
Analog Conversion (DAC) allowing a wide range of AV signals to be
displayed on a HDMI or VGA display. Further, the On-screen Display
(OSD), IR remote, RS-232, IP and on-panel controls make this product
very versatile.
2. APPLICATIONS
• Analog and digital source integration
• Upscaling standard definition video for high-definition displays
• Conference centres
• Lecture halls
• Schools and universities
3. PACKAGE CONTENTS
• Multi Input Scaler
• Remote Control (CR-122)
• IR Extender Cable
• D-Sub to RCA Adaptor Cable
• Power Adaptor
• Operation Manual
4. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
Source equipment such as Blu-ray/DVD players or PC/Laptop and
output to displays, AV Receivers or active speakers.
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5. FEATURES
• Supports switching and scaling of multiple AV inputs to HDMI or PC/
HD outputs
• Supports EDID and HDCP
• Supports 3D de-interlace, noise reduction and 3D comb filter
• Supports frame rate conversion
• Supports RS-232, IP(Telnet/Web GUI) and IR controls
• Supports output timing hot keys switching
• HDMI compatible with DVI
• Supports Digital to Analog (DAC) and Analog to Digital (ADC) Audio
conversion
• Supports Non-HDCP signal of Apple computers
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6. OPERATION CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
6.1 Front Panel
POWER
CV
COMP
PC 1
PC 2
PC 3
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
HDMI 3
720P
MENU
-
+
• ENTER
XGA
1
2
3
4
5
6
1 POWER Button and LED: Press this button to switch the device on
or to set it to standby mode. Once the device is connected to
an active power supply and the Power Switch on the back panel
is turned on, the LED will illuminate and the device will switch on
automatically.
2 IR Receiver Window: Receives only the IR signal from the remote
control included in the package.
3 INPUT Buttons and LEDs: Press these buttons to switch directly to
the required source. An LED will illuminate to indicate the selected
input source.
4 MENU: Press this button to enter the On-screen Display (OSD)
menu.
5 Plus/Minus (−/+) Buttons: Press these buttons to navigate down
and up in the OSD menu.
6 ENTER: Press this button to confirm the selection in the OSD menu.
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Note: Press this button simultaneously with the '+' (plus) button to
instantly switch the output to XGA resolution or with the '−' (minus)
button to instantly switch the output to 720p resolution.
6.2 Rear Panel
1 2
IR IN
3
6
SERVICE
R
RS232
OUTPUT
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
4
COAX
PC/HD
L
INPUT
AUDIO
AUDIO
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
HDMI 3
PC 1
7
CONTROL
PC 2
PC 3
Cr/Pr
Cb/Pb
Y
R
L
POWER
CV
DC 5V
5
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1 IR IN: Connect the supplied IR extender to receive the IR signal
from the included IR remote. Ensure that the remote is within the
direct line-of-sight of the IR extender.
2 SERVICE: Reserved for manufacturer use only.
3 RS-232: Connect to a PC/Laptop or RS-232 control system to use
RS-232 commands to control the device (See Section 6.5 for details
on RS-232 commands).
4 OUTPUT
1) HDMI 1/2: Connect to an HDMI display or AV Receiver for video
and/or audio output.
2) PC/HD: Connect to a monitor/display for video output. For
HD (Component) output, use the supplied D-Sub 9pin to 3 RCA
adaptor cable for HD resolutions from 480p~1080p.
Note: When the selected HDMI input source signal has HDCP
content the VGA/Component output will not display any image.
3) COAX: Connect to an amplifier or active speakers for audio
output in digital format.
Note: When the input audio source signal is in bitstream format
and the AUDIO SOURCE setting is set to AUTO in the OSD menu,
the coaxial output will bypass the input audio signal including
compatible surround sound formats.
4) AUDIO: Connect to an amplifier or active speakers for audio
output in stereo format.
5 INPUT
1) HDMI 1/2/3: Connect to HDMI sources such as Blu-ray/DVD
player for both video and audio signal conversion.
2) PC 1/2/3: Connect to a PC/Laptop source for video signal input
with a D-Sub 15pin cable.
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3) 3.5mm Mini-jacks: Connect to source's L/R output with 3.5mm
mini-jack for audio signal conversion.
Note: For HDMI signals you can select in the OSD Menu whether
you require audio from the HDMI (AUTO) or from the analog audio
inputs (EXT)
4) YCbCr/YPbPr + L/R: Connect to source equipment such as a
DVD player for both video and audio signal conversion.
5) CV + L/R: Connect to a composite video source such as a
video/DVD player for both video and audio signal conversion.
6 CONTROL: This port is the link for Telnet or Web GUI controls,
connect to an active Ethernet link with an RJ45 terminated cable
7 POWER: Switch this power toggle to turn on and activate the
device or turn off to shut it down.
8 DC 5V: Connect the power adaptor included in the package to
the device and plug it into an AC wall outlet for power supply.
6.3 Remote Control
POWER
1 POWER: Press this button to switch the
device on or to set it to standby mode.
2
2 HDMI1/2/3, PC1/2/3, CV and COMP:
Direct source selection keys. Press one
of these keys to switch to the required
source.
3 MENU: Press this button to enter the OSD
menu.
4
HDMI1
HDMI2
HDMI3
PC1
PC2
PC3
CV
COMP
EXIT
MENU
7
3
5
OK
AUTO
ADJUST
RESET
1
6
4 EXIT: Press this button to exit the menu or
the current selection in the OSD menu.
5 OK & ▲▼◄►: Press OK to confirm the
selection or press the arrow buttons to
navigate the OSD menu. When the OSD
menu is not active, use the LEFT/RIGHT
(◄►) to control the volume level.
CR-122
6 AUTO ADJUST: Press this button when the image being outputted
does not correctly fit the display's screen. The device will auto
adjust the image to fill the screen.
7 RESET: Press this button to reset the device back to the default
settings.
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6.4 RS-232 Protocols
Multi-Input Scaler
Remote Control
PIN
Assignment
PIN
Assignment
1
NC
1
NC
2
Tx
2
Rx
3
Rx
3
Tx
4
NC
4
NC
5
GND
5
GND
6
NC
6
NC
7
NC
7
NC
8
NC
8
NC
9
NC
9
NC
►
◄
Baud Rate: 19200bps
Data bit: 8 bits
Parity: None
Flow Control: None
Stop Bit: 1
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6.5 RS-232 and Telnet Commands
COMMAND
DESCRIPTION
S POWER 0/1
0=OFF
R POWER
Reports the numeric equivalent for POWER
setting (as above)
S SOURCE 1~8
1=HDMI 1
2=HDMI 2
3=HDMI 3
4=YPbPr
R SOURCE
Reports the numerical equivalent for
SOURCE setting (as above)
S OUTPUT 0~21*1
0=640×480
11=1600×1200
1=800×600
12=920×1080
2=1024×768
13=1920×1200
3=1280×768
14=480p
4=1360×768
15=720p6@0
5=1280×720
16=1080i@60
6=1280×800
17=1080p@60
7=1280×1024
18=576p
8=1440×900
19=720p@50
9=1400×1050
20=1080i@50
10=1680×1050
21=1080p@50
1=ON
5=VIDEO
6=PC 1
7=PC 2
8=PC 3
R OUTPUT
Reports the numerical equivalent for
OUTPUT setting (as above)
S SIZE 0~6
0=OVERSCAN
4=LETTER BOX
1=FULL
5=UNDER 2
2=FOLLOW INPUT
6=UNDER 1
3=PAN SCAN
R SIZE
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Reports the numerical equivalent for SIZE
setting (as above)
COMMAND
DESCRIPTION
S INPUT HDCP 0/1
0=ON
R INPUT HDCP
Apple Computers Only. Reports the
numerical equivalent for INPUT HDCP
setting (as above)
S CONTRAST 0~60
Sets the numerical equivalent for CONTRAST
setting (0~60)
R CONTRAST
Reports the numerical equivalent for
CONTRAST setting
S BRIGHTNESS 0~60
Sets the numerical equivalent for the
BRIGHTNESS setting (0~60)
R BRIGHTNESS
Reports the numerical equivalent for the
BRIGHTNESS setting
S HUE 0~60
Sets the numerical equivalent for the HUE
setting (0~60)
R HUE
Reports the numerical equivalent for the
HUE setting
S SATURATION 0~60
Sets the numerical equivalent for the
SATURATION setting (0~60)
R SATURATION
Reports the numerical equivalent for the
SATURATION setting
S SHARPNESS 0~30
Sets the numerical equivalent for the
SHARPNESS setting (0~60)
R SHARPNESS
Reports the numerical equivalent for
SHARPNESS setting
S NR 0~3
0=OFF
1=LOW
R NR
Reports the numerical equivalent for the
NOISE REDUCTION setting (as above)
S VOLUME 0~100
Sets the numerical equivalent for VOLUME
setting (0~100)
R VOLUME
Reports the numerical equivalent for
VOLUME setting
1=OFF
2=MIDDLE
3=HIGH
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COMMAND
DESCRIPTION
S AUDIO DELAY 0~3
0=OFF
1=40ms
R AUDIO DELAY
Reports the numeric equivalent for the
AUDIO DELAY setting (as above)
S AUDIO MUTE 0/1
0=ON
R AUDIO MUTE
Reports the numeric equivalent for the
AUDIO MUTE setting (as above)
S HDMI AUDIO 0/1
0=AUTO
R HDMI AUDIO
Reports the numeric equivalent for HDMI
AUDIO setting (as above)
S KEY LOCK 0/1
0=ENABLE
R KEY LOCK
Reports the numeric equivalent for KEY
LOCK setting (as above)
S FREERUNCOLOR 0/1
0=BLACK
R FREERUNCOLOR
Reports the numerical equivalent for the
free run color setting (as above)
S RESET 1
Sets the numerical equivalent for RESET
setting (as left)
PORT 0~8
0=LAST MEMORY
5=VIDEO
1=HDMI 1
6=PC 1
2=HDMI 2
7=PC 2
3=HDMI 3
8=PC 3
2=110ms
3=150ms
1=MUTE
1=EXT
1=DISABLE
1=BLUE
4=YPbPr
ST
Checks the FIRMWARE version and SOURCE
information:
0.00~x.xx
SOURCE: HDMI ~ PC3
PORT ON: LAST ~ PC3
VOL +
Raises the volume level (VOLUME * IS SET)
VOL -
Lowers the volume level (VOLUME * IS SET)
QUIT
Exit. (Telnet Only)
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Note:
1. Resolution settings 0~13 are RGB encoded. Resolution settings
14~21 are YUV encoded.
2. RS-232 commands will be not executed unless followed with a
carriage return (CR) command and for some systems a Line feed
(LF) command. Commands are case-insensitive.
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6.6 OSD Menu
MAIN MENU
SUB MENU
3RD MENU
DISPLAY
OUTPUT
640×480 60
800×600 60
1024×768 60
1280×768 60
1360×768 60
1280×720 60
1280×800 60
1280×1024 60
1440×900 60
1400×1050 60
1680×1050 60
1600×1200 60
1920×1080 60
1920×1200 60
1280×720P 60*
1920×1080I 60
1920×1080P 60
720×576P 50
1280×720P 50
1920×1080I 50
1920×1080P 50
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4TH MENU
MAIN MENU
SUB MENU
3RD MENU
DISPLAY
SIZE
OVER SCAN
4TH MENU
FULL*
FOLLOW INPUT
PAN SCAN
LETTER BOX
UNDER 2
UNDER 1
MODE INFO
OFF
INFO*
ON
INPUT HDCP
OFF
(HDMI mode
ON*
only)
PC
AUTO SETUP
(PC mode only) H_POSITION
V_POSITION
PHASE
CLOCK
WXGA/XGA
XGA*
WXGA
RESET
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MAIN MENU
SUB MENU
3RD MENU
COLOR
CONTRAST
0~60 (30)
BRIGHTNESS
0~60 (30)
COLOR
R 0~1023 (512)
G 0~1023 (512)
B 0~1023 (512)
R OFFSET
0~1023 (512)
G OFFSET
0~1023 (512)
B OFFSET
0~1023 (512)
HUE
0~60 (30)
SATURATION
0~60 (30)
SHARPNESS
0~30 (0)
NR.
OFF*
LOW
MIDDLE
HIGH
AUDIO
VOLUME
0~100 (100)
DELAY
OFF*
40ms
110ms
150ms
SOUND
ON*
MUTE
SOURCE
(HDMI mode
only)*1
13
AUTO*
EXT.
4TH MENU
MAIN MENU
SUB MENU
SETUP
FACTORY
3RD MENU
4TH MENU
RESET*2
KEY LOCK
OFF*
ON
POWER SAVE
OFF*
ON
IP MODE
DHCP*
STATIC
SET STATIC IP
IP ADDRESS
0.0.0.0.~
255.255.255.255*3
SUBNET MASK
0.0.0.0.~
255.255.255.255*4
DEF.GETWAY
0.0.0.0.~
255.255.255.255*5
INFORMATION
FREERUN
BLACK
COLOR
BLUE*
INPUT
OUTPUT
REVISION
IP ADDRESS
Note:
1. When AUDIO SOURCE sets to 'AUTO', if the selected HDMI
input port is connected to an HDMI source, audio signal of the
source will be used for output; if the selected HDMI input port is
connected to a DVI source, audio signal from the 3.5mm phonejack on top of the selected HDMI input port will be used. When
AUDIO SOURCE sets to 'EXT',only the audio signal from the 3.5mm
phone-jack on top of the selected HDMI input port will be used for
output.
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2. The FACTORY RESET option in the OSD menu will only reset part of
settings. For a complete reset of the system, please use the reset
button on the remote control.
3. 192.168.0.1 (Default setting).
4. 255.255.255.0 (Default setting).
5. 192.168.0.254 (Default setting).
6. Items in BOLD with an asterisk (*) are the Factory default settings.
Items in brackets are the default values for those settings.
6.7 Telnet Control
Before attempting to use the Telnet control, ensure that both the
Scaler (via the LAN port) and the PC/Laptop or control system being
used are connected to the same active network.
To access the Telnet control in Windows 7, click on the 'Start' menu
and type 'cmd' into the Search field then press Enter (see below for
reference). Under Windows XP, go to the 'Start' menu and click on
'Run', type 'cmd' then press Enter.
Under Mac OS X, go to the file menu then navigate to
GoApplicationsUtilitiesTerminal (see below for reference).
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Once in the command line interface (CLI) type 'telnet' along with the
IP address of the unit you wish to control (see below for reference).
This will bring us into the device which we wish to control.
Note: The IP address can be obtained from the OSD menu under
Information. If the IP is changed then the IP Address required for Telnet
access will also needs to be change accordingly.
Type '?' to list all the available commands (see below for reference).
Note: All commands will not be executed unless followed by a
carriage return. Commands are case-insensitive.
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6.8 Web GUI Control
On a PC/Laptop that is connected to same active network as the
Scaler, open a web browser and type device's IP address on the web
address entry bar. The browser will bring up the control page of the
Scaler (see below for reference).
Note: The IP address can be obtained from the OSD menu under
Information. If the IP is changed then the IP Address required for Telnet
access will also needs to be changed accordingly.
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6.9 Input Resolution Support
Input
CV
Component
PC
HDMI
NTSC/PAL

-
-
-
480i/576i
-

-

480p/576p
-

-

720p@50/60 Hz
-

-

1080i@50/60 Hz
-

-

1080p@50/60 Hz
-

-

VGA@60/72/75 Hz
-
-


SVGA@56/60/72/75 Hz
-
-


XGA@60/70/75 Hz
-
-


SXGA@60/75 Hz
-
-


UXGA@60 Hz
-
-


1280×800@60 Hz
-
-


1680×1050RB@60 Hz
-
-


1920×1080@60 Hz
-
-


1920×1200@60 Hz (RB)
-
-


Resolution
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6.10 Output Resolution Support
Output
PC/HD
HDMI
480p/576p
HD

720p@50/60 Hz
HD

1080i@50/60 Hz
HD

1080p@50/60 Hz
HD

VGA@60 Hz


SVGA@60 Hz


XGA@60 Hz


SXGA@60 Hz


UXGA@60 Hz


1280×768@60 Hz


1280×800@60 Hz


1360×768@60 Hz


1400×1050@60 Hz


1440×900@60 Hz


1680×1050@60 Hz


1920×1200@60 Hz (RB)


Resolution
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7. CONNECTION DIAGRAM
PCs/Laptops
VGA and
Analog
Stereo Inputs
AV Receiver
Smartphone/
Tablet device
DVD Player
Coaxial
Digital
Audio
Output
Analog
Stereo
Audio
Output
Component
and Analog
Stereo Inputs
Modem/
Router
CAT Cable
RS-232
Equipped PC or
Control System
IR IN
SERVICE
RS232
OUTPUT
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
COAX
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
Projector
7m
m
HDMI 3
PC 1
L
Cb/Pb
INPUT
CONTROL
PC 2
PC 3
Y
R
HDMI and
Analog
Stereo Inputs
60°
m
IR 3m
Extender
R
Cr/Pr
AUDIO
AUDIO
PC/HD
3m
L
POWER
CV
DC 5V
Power
Supply
Composite
and Analog
Stereo Inputs
DVD Player
HDMI
Outputs
Set-top Box
Blu-ray Player
Media Player
VGA
Output
HDTV
Monitor
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8. SPECIFICATIONS
Input Ports
3×HDMI, 3×VGA, 1×Component Video,
1×Composite Video, 2×RCA (Analog
Stereo L/R), 6×3.5mm Mini-jack,
1×Extender, 1×USB (Service), 1×RJ45
(Control), 1×RS-232 (Control)
Output Ports
2×HDMI, 1×VGA/Component Video,
1×Coaxial, 1×3.5mm Mini-jack
Input Resolution Support
Up to UXGA & 1080p
Output Resolution Support
Up to WUXGA (RB) & 1080p
Power Supply
5 V/3 A DC (US/EU standards, CE/FCC/
UL certified)
Dimensions
432 mm (W)×183 mm (D)×47 mm (H)
Weight
2,140 g
Chassis Material
Metal
Silkscreen Color
Black
Operating Temperature
0 ˚C ~ 40 ˚C/32 ˚F ~ 104 ˚F
Storage Temperature
−20 ˚C ~ 60 ˚C / −4 ˚F ~ 140 ˚F
Relative Humidity
20 ~ 90 % RH (non-condensing)
Power Consumption
11 W
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9. ACRONYMS
ACRONYM
COMPLETE TERM
COMP
Component Video
CV
Composite Video
RGB
Red Green Blue
VGA
Video Graphics Array
UXGA
Ultra Extended Graphics Array
WUXGA
Widescreen Ultra Extended Graphics Array
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