4K/UHD Dual-Distance 8x8 HDMI to HDBaseT Matrix

4K/UHD Dual-Distance 8x8 HDMI to
HDBaseT Matrix Switcher with PoE
AT-UHD-PRO3-88M Installation Guide
Please check http://www.atlona.com/product/AT-UHD-PRO388M for the most recent firmware update or manual.
The 4K/UHD Dual-Distance 8x8 HDMI to HDBaseT Matrix Switcher with PoE is a multi zone switcher
with long distance and extended distance ports, multiple control options, supports HDCP 2.2, and
multichannel audio up to Dolby® Atmos™.
Package Contents
• 1 x AT-UHD-PRO3-88M
• 14 x 4 pin captive screw female connector
(4 x IR IN, 4 x IR OUT, 6 x Audio OUT)
• 1 x 5 pin captive screw female connector
IR: 2 pin, RS-232: 3 pin
• 1 x IEC C13 power cable
• 1 x IR Remote control
• 1 x Pair of rack mount ears
• 1 x User Manual
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Panel Descriptions
Front Panel
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POWER
ENTER
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FNC
CANCEL
EDID
INFO
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1ED
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3ED
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1. IR Receiver Window - Receives the signal from the included IR Hand Held Remote Control or 3rd
party controller
2. Function (FNC) Button - Select for command options. (blue backlight when selected)
a. EDID: Save/Load EDIDs to individual inputs
b. INFO: Displays the firmware, IP, and MAC address
c. 1: Save a single input to all the outputs with this function
d. 2: View additional matrix and output RS-232 baud information
3. Cancel Button - Within the function menu use this button to go back one screen or to return to
the home screen
HDMI IN
S
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S
5
S
6
S
IR IN
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S
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1
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ZONE OUTPUTS
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IR OUT
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R
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R
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R
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R
L
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RS-232
R
S
IR IN
RX TX
AUDIO OUT
LAN
FW
S
MAIN
FUSE: T 4A / 250V
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PWR: 100-240VAC 50/60Hz
Note: You cannot power off or change functions unless you return to the home screen
Power Button - Cycles the power between On (blue backlight) or Standby (red backlight)
4.
mode
5. Enter Button - Use to view current status for inputs and outputs or to confirm a command
6. Number buttons - Use these buttons to select input and output paths or use with the function
button to change matrix settings
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1ED
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IR IN
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FNC
CANCEL
EDID
INFO
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2ED
3ED
4ED
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R
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RS-232
R
S
IR IN
RX TX
IR OUT
AUDIO OUT
LAN
FW
S
MAIN
FUSE: T 4A / 250V
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ZONE OUTPUTS
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S
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ENTER
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HDMI IN
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POWER
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PAT.
Back Panel
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PWR: 100-240VAC 50/60Hz
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1. HDMI Input - Connect HDMI sources to these ports
Ex. DVD players, Blu-ray players, computers, game consoles, etc
2. Extended distance HDBaseT ports - Connect to extended distance EX receivers for pass through
of PoE, control, and A/V signals. e.g. AT-UHD-EX-100CE-RX
3. Long distance HDBaseT ports - Connect to long distance EX receivers for pass through
of PoE, control, and A/V signals. e.g. AT-UHD-EX-70C-RX
4. HDMI outputs - Mirror to provide a local output for HD audio routing to an AVR, or matrix the
ports to provide a local video output for in room displays or an HDBaseT extender set
e.g. AT-UHD-EX-100CE-KIT
5. IR IN - Use with a 3rd party IR control box to extend IR control commands to video displays over
category cable
6. IR OUT - Connect IR emitter here for controlling sources
7. Audio out - Captive screw analog audio loop outs for use with a sound system or multi-channel
zone amplifier - Audio outputs follow the corresponding HDBaseT outputs e.g. Audio out 1 follows HDBaseT 1
8. LAN port - Connect to a network for TCP/IP, WebGUI and firmware updates
9. FW port - USB not enabled at this time for future functionality
10. Main control - Connect IR or RS-232 control system to the matrix
11. Internal power supply - Connect included IEC C13 power cable from here to a power outlet.
Rack Mounting
To rack mount the UHD-PRO3-88M
unit: use the rack mount ears, the 6
screws from the sides of the UHDPRO3-88M, and 4 rack screws.
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POWER
FNC
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2
3
4
5
POWER
ENTER
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FNC
CANCEL
EDID
INFO
ENTER
CANCEL
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EDID
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INFO
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0
To affix the rack mount ears,
remove the three screws on each
side of the UHD-PRO3-88M and
affix the rack ears to the UHDPRO3-88M (as shown in the picture
to the left).
Place the UHD-PRO3-88M in the
rack, lining the holes in the rack
ears with the holes in the rack.
Once placed, use the rack screws to
keep the unit in place. (as shown in
the picture to the left).
Note: Increase the air flow as needed
to maintain the recommended
temperature inside the rack.
Note: Do not exceed maximum weight
loads for the rack. Install heavier
equipment in the lower part of
the rack for stability.
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Category Cable and Connector
For the category cables used in the installation of these products, please be sure to use a 568B
termination as pictured below:
Important! 4K (UHD) signals are sensitive to cable quality and installation technique. It is recommended to
use CAT6a/7 solid core cables for best results.
Connector type and size is very important to ensure extenders work correctly. Please use the
matching cable type with the correct RJ45 connector. (e.g. CAT 7 cable should use a CAT 7 connector)
Captive Screw
The captive screw connectors allow you to cut cables to a suitable length, reducing cable clutter
while providing a more reliable connection.
Connecting
When connecting the cables to the female captive screw connector it is important that the wires be
terminated correctly. The female captive screw connector has a contact plate at the top and must
have the wires touching it for signal to pass. When wired correctly (see picture A) the signal will pass,
incorrectly (see picture B) no signal will pass.
A
B
The captive screw connectors have
a contact bar that is adjusted to
compress the wire against the top
contact plate. Use the screws at the
top of the connector to compress
the wire against the contact plate.
Counter
Clockwise
Clockwise
Turn the screws clockwise to
raise the contact bar to the
upper contact plate and hold
the wires in place.
Turn the screws counter
clockwise to lower the
contact bar to release the
wires.
Analog Audio
A captive screw analog audio connector is provided to ensure a more reliable and secure
connection. The captive screw connector supports unbalanced audio output.
Unbalanced audio connections use one signal wire and a ground and are used if other system
components don’t support balanced signals.
XLR
1(
)
RCA
Tip (+)
L
/
R
+
+
3(-)
2(+)
Sleeve (
Ground)
+
+
Note: Pin outs may vary, please refer to the audio device’s manual to ensure a correct connection.
Important! When terminating cables, please ensure exposed adjacent wires do not touch. This may result in
a short that can damage connected devices.
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RS-232
RS-232 captive screw connector is included. RS-232 pin out will be determined by the RS-232
cable and will connect as Rx (receiver), Tx (transmitter), and (ground). (See picture 1)
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RS-232
5 4 3 2 1
Typical pin out:
2 - TX - Transmitter
3 - RX - Receiver
5 - GND - Ground
9 8 7 6
Pin out color will differ
per RS-232 cable.
IR
Two types of female captive screw connectors have been included: 4
pin (IR) and 5 pin (RS-232/IR).
IR
RS-232/IR
The wires of the emitter is marked to differenciate pin outs.
S
Signal (S)
Ground ( )
The IR emitter (AT-IR-CS-TX sold separately) has two wires: signal and ground. Signal will have a solid line
and ground will be blank. The IR emitter will plug into the IR OUT ports.
Note: One AT-IR-CS-TX is included with the AT-UHD-EX-70C-RX (receiver) and AT-UHD-EX-100CE-RX (receiver).
S
Signal (S)
Ground ( )
There are two wires on the IR captive screw ready cable (AT-LC-CS-IR-2M sold separately): signal and ground.
The signal wire is red and ground wire is black. The IR cable will plug into the IR IN ports and
connect to third party control systems.
Ethernet
For convenience, the UHD-PRO3-88M comes with DHCP on. This enables the matrix to be
connected to a network without knowing available IP addresses. If your network does not allow
dynamic IP addresses or if you are using the matrix with a TCP/IP control system, this feature may
be turned off and the IP address set using RS-232 commands, or webGUI.
To disable DHCP, use the following command: IPDHCP off. Once disabled, set the IP address using
the IPStatic command (e.g. IPStatic 192.168.1.56).
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webGUI
The webGUI provides a simple solution for setup and control. To access the webGUI, enter the IP
address of the matrix in the address bar of a web browser.
GUI IP Address: press the FNC button on the front panel, then consecutively press the INFO
button until the IP address is shown on the front panel display. Enter the IP address in the web
browser.
A login screen will appear (this is the same log in for admin and general users). The default login
for the webGUI will be username “root” and password “Atlona”.
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Connection Diagram
Blu-ray player
Video
HDBaseT
Audio
Control
Set top box
Game Console
1
Media Player
Game Console
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3
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5
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7
8
9
10
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GAIN
GAIN
GAIN
GAIN
GAIN
SPEAKER
SPEAKER
SPEAKER
SPEAKER
SPEAKER
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+
+
+
+
+
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-
-
-
-
-
1
2
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5
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10
Audio
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GAIN
SPEAKER
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Control
12
1
Multi-channel Zone Amplifier
2
POWER
3
5
4
LINK
FW
ETHERNET
AT-UHD-EX-100CE-RX
Game Console
RX TX
Video
Audio
POWER
Game Console
ENTER
6
9
8
RS-232
IR OUT
IR IN
0
HDBaseT IN
Video
HDMI OUT
AT-UHD-EX-100CE-RX
HDBaseT
FNC
S
P S
7
CANCEL
INFO
EDID
AT-UHD-PRO3-88M
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4
6
7
8
1ED
2ED
3ED
4ED
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HDMI IN
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S
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S
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1
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IR IN
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L
R
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L
R
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L
R
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R
L
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L
R
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AVR
RS-232
R
S
IR IN
RX TX
IR OUT
AUDIO OUT
LAN
S
MAIN
FW
3
5
2
4
6
HDMI
COMPONENT
WIFI 1
DIGITAL
COAX OUT
eSATA
L
2
3
4
SERIAL 1
Control
R
AUDIO IN
AUDIO OUT
ETHERNET
CONTACTS
i
1
Control System
RX TX
P
PWR: 100-240VAC 50/60Hz
AT-UHD-EX-70C-RX
POWER
LINK
FW
ROUTER
VIDEO OUT
SERIAL 2
GND
SIG
+12V
GND
SIG
+12V
GND
SIG
+12V
GND
SIG
+12V
IR OUT
RELAYS
WIFI 2
5
1
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
ID
2.4
1
12V DC FACTORY
RESTORE
HDBaseT
FUSE: T 4A / 250V
ZIGBEE
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ZONE OUTPUTS
5
S
9
8
Video
S
S
2
3
RS-232
IR OUT
IR IN
Audio
2
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2
1
HDBaseT IN
HDMI OUT
4
AT-UHD-EX-70C-RX
Control
Router
Video
POWER
Blu-ray player
1
2
ETHERNET
AT-UHD-EX-100CE-RX
HDBaseT
RX TX
POWER
ENTER
Video
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FNC
S
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S
4
S
5
6
S
Video
INFO
EDID
0
HDMI OUT
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4
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1ED
2ED
3ED
4ED
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S
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S
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S
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S
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IR IN
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ZONE OUTPUTS
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R
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R
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R
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R
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RS-232
R
S
IR OUT
IR IN
RX TX
AUDIO OUT
LAN
FW
S
MAIN
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HDMI IN
1
IR OUT
IR IN
Control
2
1
CANCEL
LINK
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8
PAT.
AT-UHD-PRO3-88M
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4
FW
S
P S
6
RS-232
Set top box
3
AT-UHD-EX-100CE-RX
2.4
HDBaseT
FUSE: T 4A / 250V
PWR: 100-240VAC 50/60Hz
AT-UHD-EX-70C-RX
POWER
5
i
ROUTER
1
2
ID
1
5
4
6
HDMI
COMPONENT
WIFI 1
DIGITAL
COAX OUT
eSATA
2
3
4
L
SERIAL 1
2
RELAYS
WIFI 2
R
SERIAL 2
VIDEO OUT
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO IN
ETHERNET
GND
SIG
+12V
GND
SIG
+12V
GND
SIG
+12V
GND
SIG
+12V
IR OUT
4
3
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
12V DC FACTORY
RESTORE
3
1
ZIGBEE
AT-UHD-EX-70C-RX
FW
Control
RX TX
RS-232
P
IR IN
S
LINK
Video
S
IR OUT
HDBaseT IN
HDMI OUT
CONTACTS
Control System
Control
Router
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Troubleshooting
1. When I switch to Output 7 it is also switching Output 8.
By default, Output 8 mirrors Output 7, and Output 10 mirrors Output 9. These settings can
be changed in the Web GUI.
2. I am unable to reach the Web GUI of the 88 and the IP address reads 192.168.0.150.
The UHD-PRO3-88M is set to DHCP by default. If the unit is not receiving a DHCP address
from the router, then it will use an IP address of 192.168.0.150. Check your setup to verify
the connection to the network, as well as the router’s DHCP addressing.
3. I am unable to get a 4K Blu-ray player to output a 4K signal.
Make sure that the input, to which the Blu-ray player is connected, is using one of the
internal 4K EDID settings. The EDID can be assigned using the front panel buttons or
in Web GUI. Refer to the User Manual for more information.
4. When I raise or lower the volume of the zone, the TV audio is not affected.
The volume control only raises, lowers, and mutes the analog audio outputs for each zone.
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