Rose electronics UltraVista LC Instruction manual

UltraVista LC II
2x2 and 3x3Video
controller/splitter
INSTALLATION AND OPERATIONS
MANUAL
VWL-B122FD & VWL-B133FD
Copyright  Rose Electronics 2012. All rights reserved.
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of Rose Electronics.
Rose Electronics Part # MAN-UV-LC2/E122
Printed In the United States of America – Revision 1.1
LIMITED WARRANTY
Rose Electronics warrants the UltraVista LC II to be in good working order for one year from the date
of purchase from Rose Electronics or an authorized dealer. Should this product fail to be in good
working order at any time during this one-year warranty period, Rose Electronics will, at its option,
repair or replace the Unit as set forth below. Repair parts and replacement units will be either
reconditioned or new. All replaced parts become the property of Rose Electronics. This limited
warranty does not include service to repair damage to the Unit resulting from accident, disaster,
abuse, or unauthorized modification of the Unit, including static discharge and power surges.
Limited Warranty service may be obtained by delivering this unit during the one-year warranty period
to Rose Electronics or an authorized repair center providing a proof of purchase date. If this Unit is
delivered by mail, you agree to insure the Unit or assume the risk of loss or damage in transit, to
prepay shipping charges to the warranty service location, and to use the original shipping container or
its equivalent. You must call for a return authorization number first. Under no circumstances will a unit
be accepted without a return authorization number. Contact an authorized repair center or Rose
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NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
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HAZARDOUS MATERIAL DISCLOSURE
The details provided below are to ensure that the product is compliant with
the Peoples Republic of China RoHS standards. The table below
acknowledges the presence of small quantities of certain materials in the
product, and is applicable to China RoHS only.
Part Name
Toxic or Hazardous Substances and Elements
Lead
(Pb)
Mercury
(Hg)
Cadmium
(Cd)
Hexavalent
Chromium
(CR(VI))
Polybrominated
Biphenyls
(PBB)
Polybrominated
Diphenyl
Ethers
(PBDE)
Housing
X
O
O
O
O
X
Display
X
O
O
O
O
X
Printer
Circuit
Boards
X
O
O
O
O
X
Metal
Fasteners
X
O
O
O
O
O
Cable
Assembly
X
O
O
O
O
X
Fan
Assembly
X
O
O
O
O
X
Power
Supply
Assemblies
X
O
O
O
O
X
Battery
O
O
O
O
O
O
O:
This toxic or hazardous substance is contained in all of the homogeneous materials for
the part is below the limit requirement in SJ/T11363-2006
X:
This toxic or hazardous substance is contained in at least one of the homogeneous
material for this part is above the limit requirement in SJ/T11363-2006
Table 1. China RoHS Compliance
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TABLE of CONTENTS
Contents
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Disclaimer ...................................................................................................... 1
System Introduction ....................................................................................... 1
Features ..................................................................................................... 2
Package Contents ...................................................................................... 2
Rose Electronics web site .......................................................................... 3
Product Registration ................................................................................... 3
System Overview ........................................................................................... 4
Front Panel Indicators / Controls ................................................................... 5
Rear Panel Connectors.................................................................................. 6
UltraVista LC II Installation ............................................................................ 7
Installing the LCD Displays ........................................................................ 8
Bezel compensation value calculation ....................................................... 9
Mounting the UltraVista LC II unit ............................................................ 11
Connecting the cables .............................................................................. 11
Using the built-in OSD features ................................................................... 12
OSD Buttons ............................................................................................ 12
OSD Lock ................................................................................................. 12
OSD Menu Structure ................................................................................ 13
Display Menu ........................................................................................ 14
Mask Control......................................................................................... 16
System Menu ........................................................................................ 17
Information ............................................................................................ 18
Miscellaneous ....................................................................................... 19
OSD Configuration................................................................................ 20
Remote controller ..................................................................................... 21
Troubleshooting on the UltraVista LC II ....................................................... 22
No image on one monitor ..................................................................... 22
No image on two or three monitors ...................................................... 22
No image on any monitor ..................................................................... 22
Safety ........................................................................................................... 23
Service Information ...................................................................................... 24
Maintenance and Repair .......................................................................... 24
Technical Support .................................................................................... 24
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Figures
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Figure 1. UltraVista LC II VWL-B122FD ........................................................ 4
Figure 2. UltraVista LC II VWL-B133FD ........................................................ 4
Figure 3. Front Panel Controls ...................................................................... 5
Figure 4. Rear Panel Controls ....................................................................... 6
Figure 5. 2 x 2 Installation.............................................................................. 8
Figure 6. 3 x 3 Installation.............................................................................. 8
Figure 7. Bezel calculation for VWL-B133FD ................................................ 9
Figure 8. Bezel Calculation for VWL-B122FD ............................................. 10
Figure 9. Mounting Brackets ........................................................................ 11
Figure 10. Display Menu .............................................................................. 14
Figure 11. Mask Control menu .................................................................... 16
Figure 12. System Menu.............................................................................. 17
Figure 13. Information Menu ....................................................................... 18
Figure 14. Miscellaneous menu ................................................................... 19
Figure 15. OSD Configuration menu ........................................................... 20
Figure 16. 2 x 2 array for VWL-B-122FD ..................................................... 28
Figure 17. 4 x 4 array for VWL-B122FD ...................................................... 29
Figure 18. 2x 2 array for VWL-B133FD ....................................................... 30
Figure 19. 2 x 3 array for VWL-B133FD ...................................................... 31
Figure 20. 3 x 2 array for VWL-B133FD ...................................................... 32
Figure 21. 3 x 3 array for VWL-B133FD ...................................................... 33
Tables
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Table 1. China RoHS Compliance .................................................................. ii
Table 2. OSD Menu Structure ..................................................................... 13
Table 3. Display modes ............................................................................... 15
Table 4. Specifications for VWL-B122FD .................................................... 25
Table 5. Specifications for VWL-B133FD .................................................... 26
Appendices
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Appendix A- General Specifications ............................................................ 25
Appendix B – Part Numbers ........................................................................ 27
Appendix C – Video wall configurations ...................................................... 28
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INTRODUCTION
Disclaimer
While every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this manual, the
manufacturer assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions. Neither
does the manufacturer assume any liability for damages resulting from the
use of the information contained herein. The manufacturer reserves the
right to change the specifications, functions, or circuitry of the product
without notice.
The manufacturer cannot accept liability for damages due to misuse of the
product or other circumstances outside the manufacturer’s control. The
manufacturer will not be responsible for any loss, damage, or injury arising
directly or indirectly from the use of this product.
System Introduction
The UltraVista LC II is the product of choice for those who have the need to
produce a high quality, inexpensive video wall. Two video wall models are
available: a 2x2 and a 3x3. The 2x2 unit can be cascaded with other 2x2
units to support a 4x4 configuration; while the 3x3 can be cascaded to
support a 9x9 array.
The UltraVista LC II can be automatically configured to produce three output
modes; video wall mode, clone mode and replication mode. These modes
are automatically configured based on the input resolution received from the
video source. The video wall mode accurately splits the input image over the
display mode. The clone mode displays the same image on all monitors.
The replication mode shows the same image on each row of monitors.
Video Wall
Clone
Replication
Mode
Mode
Mode
The UltraVista LC II requires a single-link DVI video input signal. This input
is split directly over the display array; image scaling is accomplished
automatically.
Configuring the UltraVista LC II can be done from a built-in OSD menu
system, a computer connected to the RS-232 serial port, or using the
remote control unit.
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Features
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Supports single-link DVI video input
Single-link DVI video outputs
Models:
2x2 – 1 single-link DVI input / 4 single-link DVI outputs
3x3 – 1 single-link DVI-input / 9 single-link DVI outputs
Supports video input resolutions up to 1920 x 1200
Output resolutions up to 1920 x 1200
Easy adjustments for bezel compensation
Expand a 2x2 model easily to a 4x4 display array;
a 3x3 model to a 6x6 or a 9x9 display array
Adjustments and control can be performed using a remote control or
serial commands from a connected computer
Compatible with most monitors that support DVI input. Displays can
be LCD, HD Plasma, DLP, Projectors, or others.
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Package Contents
The package contents consist of the following:
1 UltraVista LC II unit
1 Single-link DVI cable
1 Power cord
Power adapter
1 Remote control
1 Mounting brackets and hardware
1 Installation and operations manual CD
1 Serial cable
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Rose Electronics web site
Visit our web site at www.rose.com for additional information on UltraVista
LC II and other products offered by Rose Electronics that are designed for
data center applications, classroom environments, and many other access
and switching applications.
Product Registration
Take advantage of the following when you register your Rose Electronics
products online at http://www.rose.com/htm/online-registrationform.htm:
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MODELS
System Overview
The UltraVista LC II system will take a single high-resolution digital video
input and split it correctly over the output display array. The UltraVista LC II
can be controlled from the built-in On Screen Display, a computer
connected directly to the RS232 port on the unit, or by using the included
remote control. Figures 1 and 2 show the front and rear of the two models;
the functions of the buttons and connectors on the front and rear panels for
both units are outlined in Figures 3 and 4.
Figure 1. UltraVista LC II VWL-B122FD
Figure 2. UltraVista LC II VWL-B133FD
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Front Panel Indicators / Controls
Video Out Indicators
LEDs indicate which DVI
output port has a video
signal.
OSD menu controls
(See OSD section for Menu
and menu selections)
Video In Indicator
LED indicates a valid input video signal is present
Power Indicator
LED indicates that power is applied to the unit
Menu select button
Displays the OSD, Selects items and sets new item values
Up arrow button
Moves the selection up
Down arrow button
Moves the selection down
Left arrow button
Moves the selection left
Right arrow button
Moves the selection right
Enter button
Selects the highlighted selection
Figure 3. Front Panel Controls
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Rear Panel Connectors
Power On / Off switch
DC IN – 12V DC
Sync In / Sync Out – Connects
from and to additional units
Serial DB9F connector – Connects
to an external computer’s serial port
for external configuration and
control.
TOP – DVI-D video out connector
BOTTOM – DVI-I video out
connector
NOTE: DVI-I connector supports
both digital and analog signals.
DVI-D video in connector
Figure 4. Rear Panel Controls
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INSTALLATION
UltraVista LC II Installation
Installation of the UltraVista LC II is an easy process, and consists of the
following:
Install the display panels
Mount, if necessary, the video wall controller
Connect DVI cables, video input cable and power adapter to the
video wall controller
Adjust the screen resolution output settings
Select a screen mode to display output
Adjust the video wall mask settings to align images
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The 2x2 model can be set up to display three modes. The 1x1, or clone
mode, displays the full image on each output monitor. The 2x1, or
replication mode, displays the input image across each row of monitors. The
2x2, or video wall mode, displays the input image across all monitors.
Additionally, while in 2x2 mode, it is possible to simulate a Picture In Picture
(PIP) look by having a complete image of the source in one of the four
quadrants.
1x1
Clone Mode
2x1
2x2
Replication Mode Video Wall Mode
The 3x3 model can be set up to support the following video wall
configurations: 2x2, 2x3, 3x2 and 3x3. With these configurations, two modes
of operation are possible: clone mode and video wall mode.
2x3
3x2
3x3
These modes, including PIP, are selected by using the buttons on the front
of the unit, or by using the remote IR controller.
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Installing the LCD Displays
Mount the monitors as shown in figures 5 and 6. All displays should be
identical in size and resolution capabilities. When mounting the displays,
keep the horizontal and vertical gaps between displays consistent.
Figure 5. 2 x 2 Installation
Figure 6. 3 x 3 Installation
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Bezel compensation value calculation
When all the displays have been mounted, measure the bezel width and
height, and the viewable width and height as shown in figures 7 and 8.
These values will be entered into the OSD to set the gap compensation
which will produce a smooth transition from one display to the next.
Bezel
Width
(mm)
Viewable
Width
(mm)
Viewable
Height
Bezel
Height
Figure 7. Bezel calculation for VWL-B133FD
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Figure 8. Bezel Calculation for VWL-B122FD
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Mounting the UltraVista LC II unit
The UltraVista LC II unit can be placed on a desk, or mounted on a
horizontal or vertical surface using the included mounting brackets. To
mount the unit using the mounting brackets, remove the four rubber feet and
secure the mounting brackets to the unit using the same holes and screws
as shown below.
Figure 9. Mounting Brackets
The installation location must be:
Centrally located so all cables can connect to the unit*
Out of direct sunlight
No items placed on top of the unit
On a firm surface or secured with the mounting brackets
Away from any moisture or liquids
Observe proper cable strain relief techniques
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*
If longer distances are needed from the UltraVista LC II to the video
source or to the display monitors, Rose Electronics’ video extender line
can support distances up to 400 feet using CATx cabling or 6 miles over
fiber cabling.
Connecting the cables
Refer to Appendix C for cabling options for the different video wall
configurations.
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OPERATION
Using the built-in OSD features
To invoke the built-in OSD, press the MENU button on the front panel. The
OSD will display on the monitor connected to the DVI output port #1.
(Note: All cable connections and power must be applied.)
OSD Buttons
There are several On Screen Display (OSD) control buttons located on the
right side of the front panel. The figure below shows the arrangement of
OSD controls.
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Power – Turns the video box On or Off.
Menu / Enter – Enters the OSD, selects items and sets the new values
entered.
Left – Moves the selection left.
Right – Moves the selection right.
Up – Moves the selection up
Down – Moves the selection down.
Auto / Exit – Exits from any menu.
OSD Lock
The OSD front panel buttons can be locked using the OSD Lock function.
To turn the OSD lock On and Off, push the Right and Auto / Exit buttons
simultaneously for a few seconds. The OSD display shows the current
status as locked or unlocked.
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OSD Menu Structure
Menu
Options / Submenu
Display
Output
Options
Display Mode
Mask ->
Horizontal Mask
Vertical Mask
Mask On / Off
System
Factory
Information
Input->
DVI
Component
Miscellaneous->
OSD->
OSD Timer
OSD Rotation
Identify
Table 2. OSD Menu Structure
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Display Menu
Figure 10 shows the Display menu options, which are described below.
Figure 10. Display Menu
Output Resolution
The Output Resolution setting shows the resolution of the video image
output. The display output resolution setting options are shown below.
Display Mode
The display mode configures how the image is displayed on the screen. The
display modes are outlined in Table 3.
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1x1
This is the default mode. The video input is cloned on all the
monitors.
2x1
The video input is shown on the top two panels and repeated on
the bottom two. *
2x2
The video input is tiled over all the panels.
2x3
The video input is split across a six-panel array in a 2 x 3 setup. **
3x2
The video input is split across a six-panel array in a 3 x 2 setup. **
3x3
The video input is split across a nine-panel array in a 3 x 3 setup.
**
Mode 1
Same as 2 x 2, but the top left panel shows the full image. *
Mode 2
Same as 2 x 2, but the top right panel shows the full image. *
Mode 3
Same as 2 x 2, but the bottom left panel shows the full image. *
Mode 4
Same as 2 x 2, but the bottom right panel shows the full image. *
* VWL-B122FD only
** VWL-B133FD only
Table 3. Display modes
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Mask Control
The mask control compensates for the spaces between monitors and bezel
width in the video wall array. The mask control menu (Figure 11) shows for
adjustment of the mask. The mask control options are shown and described
below.
Figure 11. Mask Control menu
Horizontal Mask
Sets the horizontal mask according to the formulas shown in Figures 7 and
8.
Vertical Mask
Sets the vertical mask according to the formulas shown in Figures 7 and 8.
Mask Control
The Mask Control option turns the Mask Control On or Off.
Off
The video wall controller doesn’t compensate for the gap
between monitors. This is the default state.
On
The video wall controller compensates for the gap between
monitors.
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System Menu
The System Menu options are shown in Figure 12 and described in
subsections below.
Figure 12. System Menu
Factory Reset
Factory Reset returns all the setting to the factory default settings.
Information
Shows video wall controller version information.
Misc.
Misc. allows other OSD features to be adjusted.
Identify Monitors
Identify Monitors displays the monitor’s ID within the monitor array.
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Information
The information screen, shown in Figure 13, displays some basic
information about the video wall controller and monitors.
Figure 13. Information Menu
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Model name, firmware version and date
Input type
Video box ID (defines the current video wall controller in a larger array
of video wall controllers)
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Miscellaneous
The Miscellaneous menu, shown in Figure 14, provides the option to go to
the OSD setup menu.
Figure 14. Miscellaneous menu
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OSD Configuration
OSD Configuration adjusts the display settings for the OSD Display. The
OSD Configuration menu adjusts the rotation of the OSD, and the length
and time the OSD remains on the screen. See Figure 15.
Figure 15. OSD Configuration menu
OSD Timer
The OSD Timer sets how long the OSD screen stays on after the last button
press.
OSD Rotation
OSD Rotation allows the OSD menu to be rotated. This setting is for
monitors that are oriented in a portrait layout.
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Remote controller
All UltraVista LC II models are supplied with a remote control. The remote
control provides the same functions as the front panel push-buttons.
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Power: Turns the UltraVista LC II unit On or Off.
Menu: Displays the OSD menu on monitor #1,
selects items, and sets new values
Left:
Moves the selection left
Right: Moves the selection right
Up:
Moves the selection up
Down: Moves the selection down
Enter: Exits from any menu
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Troubleshooting on the UltraVista LC II
No image on one monitor
If there is no image on one monitor, follow these steps to fix the problem.
Check monitor power
Step 1: Check that the monitor is turned on.
Step 2: Check that the power source for the monitor is turned on.
Step 3: Check that the power source has the correct power rating (check
panel specifications for details).
Step 4: Make sure that the LCD panel power cables are securely fastened
to the monitor and to the power source.
Check Video Panel Connection
Check to see that the video cable is fitted correctly,
Step 1: Check that the monitor is connected to the video wall controller.
Step 2: Securely attach the video cable to the panel and to the video wall
controller.
Step 3: Fasten the video cable at both ends and tighten the video cable
screws.
No image on two or three monitors
If there is no image on more than one of the panels, repeat the steps in “No
image on one monitor” for all of the monitors in the array.
No image on any monitor
If no image displays on any monitor, repeat the steps in “No image on one
monitor” for all of the monitors in the array, then try the following steps.
Check video wall controller power
Make sure that the video wall controller is powered on.
Step 1: Check the power supply is connected to the power source.
Step 2: Check that the video wall controller is connected to the power
supply.
Check source video connection
Check that the source video cable is securely connected to the video wall
controller.
Step 1: Securely attach video cable from the video source to the video wall
controller.
Step 2: Fasten the video cable at both ends and tighten the video cable
screws.
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SAFETY
Safety
The UltraVista LC II has been tested for conformance to safety regulations
and requirements, and has been certified for international use. Like all
electronic equipment, the UltraVista LC II should be used with care. To
protect yourself from possible injury and to minimize the risk of damage to
the Unit, read and follow these safety instructions.
Follow all instructions and warnings marked on this Unit.
Except where explained in this manual, do not attempt to service this Unit
yourself.
Do not use this Unit near water.
Assure that the placement of this Unit is on a stable surface.
Provide proper ventilation and air circulation.
Keep connection cables clear of obstructions that might cause damage to
them.
Use only power cords, power adapter and connection cables designed for
this Unit.
Keep objects that might damage this Unit and liquids that may spill, clear
from this Unit. Liquids and foreign objects might come in contact with
voltage points that could create a risk of fire or electrical shock.
Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners to clean this Unit. Always unplug this
Unit from its electrical outlet before cleaning.
Unplug this Unit and refer servicing to a qualified service center if any of the
following conditions occur:
The connection cables are damaged or frayed.
The Unit has been exposed to any liquids.
The Unit does not operate normally when all operating instructions
have been followed.
The Unit has been dropped or the case has been damaged.
The Unit exhibits a distinct change in performance, indicating a need
for service.
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SERVICE
Service Information
Maintenance and Repair
This Unit does not contain any internal user-serviceable parts. In the event
a Unit needs repair or maintenance, you must first obtain a Return
Authorization (RA) number from Rose Electronics or an authorized repair
center. This Return Authorization number must appear on the outside of the
shipping container.
See Limited Warranty for more information.
When returning a Unit, it should be double-packed in the original container
or equivalent, insured and shipped to:
Rose Electronics
Attn: RA__________
10707 Stancliff Road
Houston, Texas 77099 USA
Technical Support
If you are experiencing problems, or need assistance in setting up,
configuring or operating your UltraVista LC II, consult the appropriate
sections of this manual. If, however, you require additional information or
assistance, please contact the Rose Electronics Technical Support
Department at:
Phone: (281) 933-7673
E-Mail: TechSupport@rose.com
Web: www.rose.com
Technical Support hours are from: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm CST (USA), Monday
through Friday.
Please report any malfunctions in the operation of this Unit or any
discrepancies in this manual to the Rose Electronics Technical Support
Department.
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APPENDICES
Appendix A- General Specifications
Specification
Detail
Model Name
VWL-B122FD
Main Features
1. Multiple Viewing Modes
2. Software OSD
3. Remote Control
4. Auto-scaling of the image to match output
resolution
Inputs
DVI-D
Outputs
4 x DVI-D
Dimensions (W x D x H)
9 in x 7 in x 1.9 in /
229.5 mm x 178.2 mm x 47 mm
Input Resolution
720x350, 640x400, 720x400, 640x480,
800x 600, 832x624, 1024x768, 1152x864,
1152x 870, 1152x900, 1280x768, 1280x960,
1280x 1024, 1600x1200, 1680x1050,
1920x1200
Output Resolution
1024x768, 1360x768, 1280x1024, 1400x 1050,
1680x1050, 1600x1200, 1920x1200
Power Adapter Input
90 VAC to 264 VAC / 47 Hz to 63 Hz
Power Adapter Output
25 W
Safety and Emission
CE, FCC
Temperature
32 °F – 104 °F / 0 °C to 40 °C
Power Consumption
20 W
Table 4. Specifications for VWL-B122FD
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Specification
Detail
Model Name
VWL-B133FD
Main Features
1. Multiple Viewing Modes
2. Software OSD
3. Remote Control
4. Bezel masking
Inputs
One DVI-D single-link
Outputs
Nine DVI-D single-link
Dimensions (W x D x H)
11.6 in x 7.5 in x 2.6 in (2.8 in with rubber feet) /
295 mm x 190 mm x 65 mm (71.4 mm with
rubber feet
Cooling
System fan
Input Resolution
800x600, 1024x768, 1152x864, 1280x768,
1280x960, 1280x1024, 1600x1200, 1680x1050,
1920x1200
Output Resolution
1024x768, 1360x768, 1280x1024, 1400x1500,
1680x1050, 1600x1200, 1920x1200, 1366x768,
1920 x 1080
Power Adapter Input
90 VAC to 264 VAC
Power Adapter Output
40 W
Safety and Emission
CCC, CE, FCC
Temperature
32 °F – 104 °F / 0 °C to 40 °C
Power Consumption
35 W
Table 5. Specifications for VWL-B133FD
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Appendix B – Part Numbers
Part Number
Description
VWL-B122D
2 x 2 Video wall display
VWL-B133D
3 x 3 Video wall display
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Appendix C – Video wall configurations
The UltraVista LC II can be set up to support various display arrays; figures
16 through 21 illustrate the more common array setups.
Figure 16. 2 x 2 array for VWL-B-122FD
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Figure 17. 4 x 4 array for VWL-B122FD
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Figure 18. 2x 2 array for VWL-B133FD
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Figure 19. 2 x 3 array for VWL-B133FD
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Figure 20. 3 x 2 array for VWL-B133FD
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Figure 21. 3 x 3 array for VWL-B133FD
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