Extron electronics DTP T MK 332 User guide

User Guide
DTP Systems
DTP
DTP
DTP
DTP
T
T
T
T
EU 332
EU 232
MK 332
MK 232
Two-input Universal Twisted Pair Transmitters for
EU- and MK-type Junction Boxes
68-2713-01 Rev. A
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FCC Class A Notice
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. The Class A limits 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 interference. This interference must be corrected at
the expense of the user.
ATTENTION: The Twisted Pair Extension technology works with shielded twisted pair
(STP) cables only. To ensure FCC Class A and CE compliance, STP cables and STP
Connectors are also required.
For more information on safety guidelines, regulatory compliances, EMI/EMF
compatibility, accessibility, and related topics, see the “Extron Safety and Regulatory
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Trademarks
All trademarks mentioned in this guide are the properties of their respective owners.
The following registered trademarks®, registered service marks(SM), and trademarks(TM) are the property of
RGB Systems, Inc. or Extron Electronics:
Registered Trademarks (®)
AVTrac, Cable Cubby, CrossPoint, eBUS, EDID Manager, EDID Minder, Flat Field, GlobalViewer, Hideaway, Inline, IP Intercom, IP Link,
Key Minder, LockIt, MediaLink, PlenumVault, PoleVault, PowerCage, Pure3, Quantum, SoundField, SpeedMount, SpeedSwitch, System
INTEGRATOR, TeamWork, TouchLink, V-Lock, VersaTools, VoiceLift, VN-Matrix, WallVault, WindoWall, XTP, and XTP Systems
Registered Service Mark(SM) : S3 Service Support Solutions
Trademarks (™)
AP, AFL - Accu-RATE Frame Lock, ADSP - Advanced Digital Sync Processing, Auto-Image, CableCover, CDRS - Class D Ripple Suppression,
DDSP - Digital Display Sync Processing, DMI - Dynamic Motion Interpolation, Driver Configurator, DSP Configurator, DSVP - Digital Sync
Validation Processing, eLink, EQIP, FastBite, FlexOS, FOXBOX, Global Configurator, IP Intercom HelpDesk, LinkLicense, MAAP, MicroDigital,
ProDSP, QS-FPC - QuickSwitch Front Panel Controller, Scope-Trigger, SIS - Simple Instruction Set, Skew-Free, SpeedNav, Triple-Action
Switching, XTRA, ZipCaddy, and ZipClip
Conventions Used in this Guide
Notifications
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ATTENTION:
• Risk of property damage.
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NOTE: A note draws attention to important information.
TIP: A tip provides a suggestion to make working with the application easier.
Software Commands
Commands are written in the fonts shown here:
^AR Merge Scene,,Op1 scene 1,1 ^B 51 ^W^C
[01] R 0004 00300 00400 00800 00600 [02] 35 [17] [03]
E X! *X1&* X2)* X2$* X2@ CE}
NOTE: For commands and examples of computer or device responses mentioned
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letter “o.”
Selectable items, such as menu names, menu options, buttons, tabs, and field names are
written in the font shown here:
From the File menu, select New.
Click the OK button.
Specifications Availability
Product specifications are available on the Extron website, www.extron.com.
Contents
Introduction.................................................... 1
Remote Control............................................ 19
About this Guide.................................................. 1
About the Switching Transmitters........................ 1
Features.............................................................. 3
Simple Instruction Set Control........................... 19
Host-to-Switcher Communications................ 19
Switcher-Initiated Messages.......................... 19
Error responses............................................. 20
Timeout......................................................... 20
Using the Command and Response Table..... 20
Product Configuration Software......................... 26
Installing the Software.................................... 26
Starting the Program..................................... 28
Updating the Firmware.................................. 30
Installation and Operation............................ 4
Installation Overview............................................ 4
Installing the Junction Box or European Cable
Channel System................................................. 6
Rear Panel and Side Panel Features.................... 7
Mounting the Switching Transmitters................... 9
Front Panel Connectors..................................... 10
Connection and Wiring Details........................... 12
HDMI Connector........................................... 12
VGA Connector Wiring.................................. 13
TP Cable Termination and
Recommendations....................................... 13
IR and RS-232 Connector Wiring.................. 14
Power Supply Wiring..................................... 15
Operation.......................................................... 17
Indications..................................................... 17
Switch Modes............................................... 17
EDID.............................................................. 17
Reset............................................................. 17
Troubleshooting — If no Image Appears............ 18
DTP T EU 332, DTP T EU 232, DTP T MK 332, and DTP T MK 232 • Contents
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DTP T EU 332, DTP T EU 232, DTP T MK 332, and DTP T MK 232 • Contents
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Introduction
•
About this Guide
•
About the Switching Transmitters
•
Features
About this Guide
This guide describes the following wallplate-mounted switching transmitter models:
•
DTP T EU 332
•
DTP T EU 232
•
DTP T MK 332
•
DTP T MK 232
NOTE: In this guide:
• The units are commonly referred to as “switchers” or as “switching transmitters.”
• Unless specifically identified by the model name, the discussions in the guide apply
to any model.
The switchers output a signal to a compatible DTP receiver. This guide describes how to
install, operate, and configure the switcher.
About the Switching Transmitters
The switching transmitters covered in this guide are 2-input VGA and HDMI switchers
with DTP transmitter outputs (see figure 1, on the next page). The switchers are HDCP
compliant, and support 1080p/60 Deep Color and 1920x1200 signals.
Each switcher selects between one analog VGA and one HDMI input, including embedded
audio (or DVI video with the appropriate adapter). The switcher converts the selected input,
an optional analog audio input, and bidirectional RS-232 and infrared (IR) control signals to
a proprietary digital signal. The switcher and a compatible DTP receiver extend the usable
distance of video, audio, and control signals over a single Extron XTP DTP 24 shielded
twisted pair (STP) cable (recommended) or other STP cable.
The DTP T EU 332 and DTP T MK 332 are compatible with a DTP HDMI 330 Rx or
DTP DVI 330 Rx receiver, with a range of up 330 feet (100 M).
The DTP T EU 232 and DTP T MK 232 are compatible with a DTP HDMI 230 Rx or
DTP DVI 230 Rx receiver, with a range of up 230 feet (70 M).
The switchers fit into EU or MK two-gang junction boxes or European cable channel
systems, depending on the transmitter model.
The included external 12 VDC power supply accepts 100 to 240 VAC, 50-60 Hz. A single
power supply connected to either the transmitter or the compatible receiver can power both
units through the STP cable.
DTP T EU 332, DTP T EU 232, DTP T MK 332, and DTP T MK 232 • Introduction
1
Display
Display
Extron
TLP Pro 1020T
10" Tabletop TouchLink
Pro Touchpanel
Laptop
PC
DVD
Display
RS-232
HDMI
RS-232
HDMI
1
2
4
5
7
8
0
Screen
Extron
DTP HDMI
230 Rx
OVER DTP
IR
Tx Rx G Tx Rx
SIG
POWER
12V
0.7A MAX
LINK
DTP HDMI 230 Rx
OUTPUTS
L
AUDIO
R
POWER
12V
0.7A MAX
Receiver
DTP IN
IR
Tx Rx G Tx Rx
SIG
DTP HDMI 330 Rx
LINK
OUTPUTS
L
AUDIO
R
Mute
9
Last
More
Presets
Audio
Control
System
Off
Ethernet
Receiver
DTP IN
AV
Control
Network
Outputs
CATx Cable
up to 230'
(70 m)
123
Presets
6
Enter
December 15, 2013 - 7:58 AM
Help
Extron
DTP HDMI
330 Rx
OVER DTP
RS-232
Tuner
Volume
Channel
3
Mute
Room
Control
Lighting
RS-232
Doc
Cam
VCR
Tuner
On
Off
CATx Cable
up to 330'
(100 m)
Ethernet
HDBT
OUT
LINK
XTP
IR
DTP
OUT
Tx Rx G Tx Rx
REMOTE
RESET
3
5
4
7
6
INPUTS
2
SIG
COM 3
Tx Rx G
IN
IR/SERIAL
1
2
S G
8
SIG
OVER TP
RS-232
DTP
R
1
RELAYS
2 C 3 4 C
S G
DIGITAL I/O
1 2 3
LAN 1
eBUS
+V +S -S G
PWR OUT = 6W
LAN 2
LINK
XTP
IR
Tx Rx G Tx Rx
DTP
IN
L
1
2
R
R
L
L
3
4
R
R
L
L
5
6
R
HDMI IN
HDMI IN
CATx Cable
up to 330'
(100 m)
POWER
12V
--A MAX
1
2
SIG
3
LINK
AUDIO
INPUTS
OVER DTP
RS-232
RGB, Y, R-Y, B-Y
HDMI
Two Input DTP Transmitter
for EU-type Junction Boxes
Figure 1.
3
4
Microphones
HDMI
DTP OUT
IR
Tx Rx G Tx Rx
REMOTE
CONTACT
1
2
3
G
TALLY
1
2
3 +V
RS-232
RESET
Tx Rx G
Extron
DTP T USW 333
Extron
DTP T EU 332
R
CLASS 2 WIRING
1
2
MIC/LINE
3
4
L
L
1
2
R
L
R
L
3
4
R
R
EXP
AUDIO IN
AUDIO IN
DTP T EU 332
DTP T EU 332
/4
1
Audio
CATx Cable
up to 330'
(100 m)
VGA IN
VGA IN
1
2
R
Scaling Presentation Matrix Switcher
with DTP Extension and Control Processor
AUDIO IN
AUDIO IN
L
LAN 3
+48V
L
Extron
DTP CrossPoint 84 IPCP SA
PWR HDCP HDMI VGA AUTO
PWR HDCP HDMI VGA AUTO
8
4 G
IR
Tx Rx G Tx Rx
LINK
XTP
50-60 Hz
Tx Rx G
HDBT
RS-232
1
COM 2
Tx Rx G
AMP OUTPUT
RS-232
DTP
SIG
OVER TP
4
S/PDIF
OUT
AUDIO OUTPUTS
LINK
XTP
100-240V ~
2.0 A MAX
4
AUDIO INPUTS
SIG
COM 1
Tx Rx G RTS CTS
IR
Tx Rx G Tx Rx
CONTROL
3
LINK
2
DMP EXPANSION
OUTPUTS
DTP CROSSPOINT 84
RS-232
1
Audio
Extron
Extron
Extron
SM 26
Surface Mount
Speakers
Transmitter
Inputs
Typical Transmitter and Receiver Application
DTP T EU 332, DTP T EU 232, DTP T MK 332, and DTP T MK 232 • Introduction
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Features
Transmits HDMI or analog video, control, and analog audio up to 330 feet (100 meters)
(DTP T EU 332 or DTP T MK 332) or 230 feet (70 meters) (DTP T EU 232 or DTP T MK 232)
over a single STP cable — The units provides high reliability and maximum performance
on an economical and easily installed cable infrastructure.
Supports computer video to 1920x1200, including HDTV 1080p/60 Deep Color and 2K
Accepts additional analog stereo audio signals — The DTP transmitters support
a direct pass through connection for stereo analog audio signals for simultaneous
transmission over the same single twisted pair cable. Analog audio is not embedded
onto the digital video signal. A DTP 330 or DTP 230 receiver can output balanced and
unbalanced audio, allowing streamlined integration within an AV system.
The DTP output is compatible with HDBaseT-enabled devices — The DTP output can
be configured to send video and embedded audio, plus bidirectional RS-232 and IR signals
to HDBaseT-enabled displays.
Bidirectional RS-232 and IR insertion for AV device control — Control and IR signals
can be transmitted alongside the video signal over DTP connections, allowing the remote
device to be controlled without the need for additional cabling. Bidirectional control insertion
eliminates the need for control system wiring to remote devices.
Remote powering of transmitter or receiver — For simplified installation, only one
power supply is necessary to power both devices.
Digital conversion of analog input signals — Analog signals are digitized, ensuring that
a reliable, high quality digital video signal is sent to the output destination.
EDID Minder — Automatically manages EDID communication between connected devices,
ensuring that all sources power up properly and reliably output content for display.
Compatible with all DTP HDMI 330 (230) and DTP DVI 330 (230) receivers, and
DTP 330- (230-)enabled products — The switching transmitters can be used with the
Extron IN1608, DTP CrossPoint 84, and other DTP 330- (230-)enabled products to meet
application requirements.
DTP T EU 332, DTP T EU 232, DTP T MK 332, and DTP T MK 232 • Introduction
3
Installation and
Operation
This section contains information for mounting, connecting, wiring, and operating the
DTP T EU 332, DTP T MK 332, DTP T EU 232, and DTP T MK 232 . Topics in this section
include:
•
Installation Overview
•
Installing the Junction Box or European Cable Channel System
•
Rear Panel and Side Panel Features
•
Mounting the Switching Transmitters
•
Front Panel Connectors
•
Connection and Wiring Details
•
Operation
•
Troubleshooting — If no Image Appears
Installation Overview
All models can mount into junction boxes. The DTP T EU 332 and DTP T EU 232 can mount
into a European cable channel system (also known as a “trunking system”).
For junction boxes, the DTP T EU 332 and DTP T EU 232 mount into European junction
boxes and the DTP T MK 332 and DTP T MK 232 mount into MK junction boxes.
To mount and connect the transmitters, consider the following:
…… Ensure there is enough space between the rear panel and the back of the junction box
or European cable channel system to fit connectors. The switchers require a minimum
depth of 36 mm (1.4 inch).
NOTE: The depth of the junction box or European cable channel system may vary.
…… If you are using a European cable channel system with a DTP T EU 332 or DTP T EU 232,
ensure the transmitter fits in the desired channel. Figure 2, on the next page, shows the
dimensions of both EU transmitter models. The depth of all four transmitters is the same.
…… If necessary, prepare the mounting surface.
CAUTION: Failure to check the items listed below may result in personal injury or
property damage.
ATTENTION : La non-vérification des éléments listés ci-dessous peut provoquer
des blessures ou dommages matériels.
…… Ensure there are no utility cables or pipes at the intended location that might be
damaged or cause injury when installing the device.
…… Check that the installation meets the building, electrical, and safety codes.
DTP T EU 332, DTP T EU 232, DTP T MK 332, and DTP T MK 232 • Installation and Operation
4
108.80 mm
(4.28")
Top
13.50 mm
(0.53")
29.4 mm
(1.16")
PWR HDCP HDMI VGA AUTO
VGA IN
HDMI IN
80.50 mm
(3.17")
AUDIO IN
RESET
AUDIO IN
HDBT
CONFIG
48.8 mm
(1.92")
DTP
DTP T EU 232
Front
Figure 2.
151.50 mm
(5.97")
Side
DTP T EU 332 and DTP T EU 232 Dimensions
…… Choose a location that allows cable runs without interference.
NOTE: Cables may need to be installed in the wall or conduits before installation.
…… Install the junction box or European cable channel system (see Installing the Junction
Box or European Cable Channel System on page 6).
NOTE: Refer to the manufacturer for more junction box installation requirements.
…… Route and connect cables to the rear panel connectors (see Rear Panel and Side
Panel Features on page 7).
…… Mount the unit into the junction box (see Mounting the Switching Transmitters on
page 9).
…… Connect inputs to the front panel connectors (see Front Panel Connectors on
page 10).
DTP T EU 332, DTP T EU 232, DTP T MK 332, and DTP T MK 232 • Installation and Operation
5
Installing the Junction Box or European Cable Channel System
Refer to the junction box or European cable channel system manufacturer for additional
installation considerations. If required to cut an opening in the mounting surface, consider
the following:
•
For accuracy, use a template or the mounting enclosure to mark cut guidelines.
•
To avoid making the hole too big, cut inside the marked guidelines.
CAUTION: Smooth the edges of the opening to avoid personal injury during
installation and damage to the mounting device or the cables.
ATTENTION : Limez les bords de l’ouverture afin d’éviter toute blessure lors de
l’installation et d’endommager l’appareil de montage ou les câbles.
•
Secure cables with clamps or ties to provide strain relief.
•
Trim back and insulate shields with heat shrink.
ATTENTION:
• To prevent short circuits, the outer foil shield can be cut back to the point
where the cable exits the cable clamp. Both braided and foil shields should be
connected to an equipment ground at the other end of the cable.
• Afin d’éviter les court circuits, le blindage en aluminium extérieur peut être
réduit jusqu’à ce que le câble sorte de la cosse de câble. Le blindage tressé et
le blindage en aluminium devraient être connectés à la masse d’un équipement
à l’autre bout du câble.
DTP T EU 332, DTP T EU 232, DTP T MK 332, and DTP T MK 232 • Installation and Operation
6
Rear Panel and Side Panel Features
Top
D EF
RESET
CONFIG
POWER
12V
1.0 A MAX
LINK
Side
RS-232 IR RS-232
OVER TP REMOTE
OUT
DTP
Tx Rx G Tx Rx Tx Rx G
SIG
HDBT
G
C
B
A
Rear
Figure 3.
Rear Panel and Side Panel Features
A TP function switch (see below)
E Remote RS-232 port (see page 8)
B Configuration port (see below)
F Power connector (see page 8)
TP
connector
(see
page
8)
C
G Reset button (see page 8)
D Over TP RS-232 and IR port port (see page 8)
A TP function switch — If the receiving device is in the Extron DTP series, set this
switch to the DTP position. For an HDBaseT-enabled receiver type, set this switch
to the HDBT position. This switch tailors the output signal as follows:
HDTP
DTP
ATTENTION:
• Position this switch BEFORE connecting the appropriate device to the TP
connector. Failure to comply can damage the endpoint.
• Positionnez le sélecteur AVANT de connecter l’appareil approprié au
connecteur TP. Ne pas respecter cette procédure pourrait endommager le
point de connexion.
HDBT position — The TP output consists of HDMI with embedded audio plus RS-232
and IR.
DTP position — TP output consists of HDMI with embedded audio, analog audio,
RS-232 and IR, and remote power.
NOTES:
• When the switch is in the HDBT position, the transmitter and receiver each
requires a local 12 VDC power supply.
• When the switch is in the DTP position, one 12 VDC power supply,
connected to either the transmitter or the receiver, can power both units.
B Config port — Connect a host device to the USB mini B configuration port.
CONFIG
NOTE: A Configuration port connection and a Remote RS-232 port connection can
both be active at the same time. If commands are sent simultaneously to both, the
command that reaches the processor first is handled first.
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C TP connector — Plug one end of a STP cable to this RJ-45 female jack
OUT
on the switching transmitter. Plug the opposite end of this cable into the
DTP Input RJ-45 connector on a compatible receiver (see TP Cable
Termination and Recommendations on page 13 to properly wire the
RJ-45 connector and for detailed NOTES).
LINK
SIG
Signal LED indicator — Lights green when the transmitter outputs a video signal or a
test pattern.
Link LED indicator — Lights yellow when a device is connected and communication
is established.
ATTENTION:
• Do not connect this connector to a computer data or telecommunications
network.
• Ne connectez pas ces port à des données informatiques ou à un réseau de
télécommunications.
D Over TP RS-232 and IR port — Plug a serial RS-232 signal, a
modulated IR signal (up to 40 kHz), or both into this 3.5 mm, 5-pole direct
insertion connector for bidirectional RS-232 and IR communication (see IR
and RS-232 Connector Wiring on page 14 to wire the connector).
RS-232 and IR data can be transmitted simultaneously.
Tx Rx G Tx Rx
RS-232 IR
OVER TP
E Remote RS-232 port — Plug a host device into the switching transmitter via
the 3.5 mm, 3-pole direct insertion connector for remote control of the
transmitter (see IR and RS-232 Connector Wiring on page 14 to wire the
connector).
•
•
9600 Baud
No parity
•
•
Tx Rx G
RS-232
REMOTE
8 data bits
1 stop bit
F Power connector — Plug the included external 12 VDC power supply into
either this 2-pole direct insertion connector (see Power Supply Wiring on page
15 to wire the connector). Or, power the receiver (see the DTP HDMI 330 User
Guide or DTP HDMI 230 User Guide, available at www.extron.com) and leave
the TP function switch in DTP position.
POWER
12V
1.0 A MA
NOTE: When the TP function switch (item A on page 7) is in the DTP
position, one power supply can power both units.
When the TP function switch is in the HDBT position, the transmitter
and receiver each requires a local 12 VDC power supply.
G Reset button — The Reset button initiates a reset of the switcher (see
RESET
Reset on page 17 for details).
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Mounting the Switching Transmitters
1. Mount the mounting plate depending on the junction box model or European cable
channel system with the flanged edges pointing away from the junction box.
•
For EU junction boxes, use four long screws to attach the mounting plate to the
junction box (see figure 4).
Wall Box
Mounting Plate
Figure 4.
•
Mounting Plate Installation for the DTP T EU Units
For MK junction boxes, use two long screws to attach the mounting plate to the
junction box (see figure 5).
Wall Box
Mounting Plate
Figure 5.
•
Mounting Plate Installation for the DTP T MK Units
To install the adapter plate to a European cable channel system, refer to the
manufacturer of the European cable channel system for any additional equipment or
installation requirements.
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2. Using the four short screws, attach the transmitter to the flanged edges of the mounting
plate (see figure 6).
Wall Box
TO
A
MI
CP
Mounting
Plate
R
VG
AU
A IN
VG
HD
HD
PW
DIO
IN
AU
IN
MI
HD
PT
EU
2
23
DT
IO
UD
IN
A
Figure 6.
Transmitter Installation (EU Unit Shown)
Front Panel Connectors
AC
CB
PWR HDCP HDMI VGA AUTO
HDMI IN
AUDIO IN
VGA IN
AUDIO IN
DTP T EU 332
Figure 7.
Front Panel Connectors (DTP T EU 322 Shown)
A HDMI input port (see below)
B Analog video input port (see below)
C Audio In connectors (see page 11)
NOTE: All transmitter models in this guide have a similar front panel appearance.
AHDMI input port — Connect a digital video source into the switching
transmitter via this HDMI connector. It can accept HDMI, DVI (with an
appropriate adapter), or dual mode DisplayPort video sources.
NOTES:
• The maximum HDMI cable length is 4.5 m (15 feet).
• Use an Extron LockIt lacing bracket to secure the HDMI connector to the
device (see HDMI Connection on page 12).
B Analog video input port — Connect an analog video source (RGB
and component) video source into the switching transmitter via this
15-pin HD connector. See VGA connector Wiring on page 13 to for
connector pinout.
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C Audio In connectors — If desired, plug analog audio sources into the
AUDIO IN
switching transmitter via these 3.5 mm tip-ring-sleeve (TRS) jacks.
NOTES:
• The analog audio input on this connector is not embedded onto the digital
signal and is in addition to the digital audio that may be already embedded in
the HDMI inputs.
• See figure 8 to identify the connector tip, ring, and sleeve when you are making
connections for the switching transmitter from existing audio cables. A mono
audio connector consists of the tip and sleeve. A stereo audio connector
consists of the tip, ring, and sleeve.
Tip (+)
Ring (-)
Sleeve ( )
3.5 mm Stereo Plug Connector
(balanced)
Figure 8.
Wiring for TRS Connector
• The analog audio can be assigned to a specific input or set to be always output
(see Assign analog audio SIS commands on page 22).
By default, audio input is selected automatically (see Assign analog audio SIS
commands on page 22 to manually select audio inputs). When the HDMI input is
selected with automatic audio input selection, the transmitter prioritizes embedded
digital audio. The following table shows the audio format that is sent over the DTP
connection when a specific audio format is not specified.
Selected
Video Input
HDMI Embedded
Audio Present
Analog Audio
Present
Audio Sent Over TP
VGA
N/A
Yes
Analog audio
VGA
N/A
No
No audio
HDMI
Yes
No
HDMI embedded audio
HDMI
Yes
Yes
HDMI embedded audio
HDMI
No
Yes
Analog audio
HDMI
No
No
No audio
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Connection and Wiring Details
HDMI Connector
Use the LockIt Lacing Bracket, supplied with the switcher, to securely fasten HDMI cable to
device. The following instructions describe how to attach one HDMI LockIt Lacing Bracket.
For more stability, attach a second HDMI LockIt Lacing Bracket to the other mounting
screw.
1. Plug the HDMI cable into the panel connection (see figure 9).
MI
HD
IN
1
4
2
3
5
Figure 9.
Installing the LockIt Lacing Bracket
2. Loosen the HDMI connection mounting screw from the panel enough to allow the
LockIt lacing bracket to be placed over it. The screw does not have to be removed.
3. Place the LockIt lacing bracket on the screw and against the HDMI connector, then
tighten the screw to secure the bracket.
ATTENTION:
• Do not overtighten the HDMI connector mounting screw. The shield to which it
fastens is very thin and can easily be stripped.
• Ne serrez pas trop la vis de montage du connecteur HDMI. Le blindage auquel
elle est attachée est très fin et peut facilement être dénudé.
4. Loosely place the included tie wrap around the HDMI connector and the LockIt lacing
bracket as shown.
5. While holding the connector securely against the lacing bracket, use pliers or similar
tools to tighten the tie wrap, then remove any excess length.
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VGA Connector Wiring
The 15-pin HD (VGA) universal analog input port accepts RGB (RGBHV, RGBS, RGsB) and
component video. Figure 10 shows the pinout for each format type on the connector.
5
15
1
11
Pin
RGBHV
RGBS
Component
Pin
RGBHV
RGBS
Component
1
Red
Red
R-Y
9
NC
NC
NC
2
Green
Green
Y
10
Ground
Ground
NC
3
Blue
Blue
B-Y
11
NC
NC
NC
4, 5
NC
NC
NC
12
NC
NC
NC
6
Red return
Red return
R-Y return
13
H sync
C sync
NC
7
Green return
Green return
Y return
14
V sync
NC
NC
8
Blue return
Blue return
B-Y return
15
NC
NC
NC
Figure 10. VGA Connector
TP Cable Termination and Recommendations
Figure 11 details the TIA/EIA T 568B wiring standard. Use this standard to terminate the
DTP cable with RJ-45 connectors.
Side
Pins:
RJ-45
Connector
12345678
Pin
Insert
Twisted
Pair Wires
TIA/EIA T
568 B
Wire color
1
White-orange
2
Orange
3
White-green
4
Blue
5
White-blue
6
Green
7
White-brown
8
Brown
Figure 11. TP Cable Termination
NOTE: Do not use Extron UTP23SF-4 Enhanced Skew-Free AV UTP cable or STP201
cable to link the switching transmitter and receiver. The DTP T EU and DTP T MK units
do not work properly with these cables.
Supported cables
The DTP T EU and DTP T MK units are compatible with shielded twisted pair (STP) and
unshielded twisted pair (U/UTP) cable. However, Extron strongly recommends that you use
STP cable to achieve best performance.
ATTENTION:
• To ensure FCC Class A and CE compliance, STP cables and STP connectors are
required.
• Afin de s’assurer de la compatibilité entre FCC Classe A et CE, les câbles STP et
les connecteurs STP sont nécessaires.
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Cable recommendations
Extron recommends using the following practices to achieve full transmission distances
up to 330 feet (100 meters) (DTP T EU 332 and DTP T MK 332) or 230 feet (70 meters)
(DTP T EU 232 and DTP T MK 232) and reduce transmission errors.
•
Use the following Extron XTP DTP 24 STP cables and DTP 24 connectors for the best
performance:
•
XTP DTP 24/1000
Non-Plenum 1000’ (305 meters) spool
22-236-03
•
XTP DTP 24P/1000
Plenum 1000’ (305 meters) spool
22-235-03
•
XTP DTP 24 Plug
Package of 10
101-005-02
•
If not using XTP DTP 24 cable, at a minimum, Extron recommends 24 AWG, solid
conductor, STP cable with a minimum bandwidth of 400 MHz.
•
Terminate cables with shielded connectors to the TIA/EIA-T568B standard.
•
Use no more than two pass-through points, which may include patch points, punch
down connectors, couplers, and power injectors. If these pass-through points are
required, use CAT 6 or 6a shielded couplers and punch down connectors.
NOTE: When using STP cable in bundles or conduits, consider the following:
• Do not exceed 40% fill capacity in conduits.
• Do not comb the cable for the first 20 meters, where cables are straightened,
aligned, and secured in tight bundles.
• Loosely place cables and limit the use of tie wraps or hook-and-loop fasteners.
• Separate twisted pair cables from AC power cables.
IR and RS-232 Connector Wiring
Figure 12 shows how to wire the Remote RS-232 and Over DTP RS-232 and IR
connectors.
IR Device
Tx Rx Gnd
Tx Rx G Tx Rx
RS-232 IR
OVER TP
Tx Rx G
RS-232
REMOTE
Rx Tx Gnd
RS-232 Device
Figure 12. IR and RS-232 Connectors Wiring
NOTES:
• The IR Tx and Rx line pair and the RS-232 Tx and Rx line pairs must each cross
once between their connectors and the source or destination.
• The length and preparation of exposed wires is important (see the second and third
power connector CAUTIONS on the next page for details).
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Power Supply Wiring
NOTE: The power supply included with the switching transmitter can normally power
the transmitter and the receiver.
Figure 13 shows how to wire the connector.
Smooth
Ridges
A
A
POWER
12V
1.0 A MAX
SECTION A–A
Power Supply
Output Cord
3
5
Direct Insertion
Connector
Figure 13. Power Connector Wiring
CAUTION:
ATTENTION :
• The wires must be kept separate while the power supply is plugged in. Remove
power before wiring.
• Les deux cordons d’alimentation doivent être tenus à l’écart l’un de l’autre quand
l’alimentation est branchée.
• The length of exposed wires is important. The ideal length is 3/16 inch (5 mm).
• Any longer and the exposed wires may touch, causing a short circuit between
them.
• Any shorter and the wires can be easily pulled out even if tightly fastened by the
captive screws.
• La longueur des câbles exposés est importante. La longueur idéale est de 5 mm
(3/16 inches).
• S’ils sont un peu plus longs, les câbles exposés pourraient se toucher et
provoquer un court circuit.
• S’ils sont un peu plus courts, ils pourraient sortir, même s’ils sont attachés par
les vis captives.
• Do not tin the power supply leads before installing them in the connector. Tinned
wires are not as secure in the connector and could be pulled out.
• Ne pas étamer les conducteurs avant de les insérer dans le connecteur. Les câbles
étamés ne sont pas aussi bien fixés dans le connecteur et pourraient être retirés.
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ATTENTION:
• This product is intended to be supplied by a UL Listed power source marked
“Class 2” or “LPS,” rated 12 VDC, 1.0 A minimum. Always use a power supply
supplied by or specified by Extron. Use of an unauthorized power supply voids all
regulatory compliance certification and may cause damage to the supply and the
end product.
• Ce produit est destiné à une utilisation avec une source d’alimentation listée UL
avec l’appellation « Classe 2 » ou « LPS » et normée 12 Vcc, 1,0 A minimum.
Utilisez toujours une source d’alimentation fournie ou recommandée par Extron.
L’utilisation d’une source d’alimentation non autorisée annule toute conformité
réglementaire et peut endommager la source d’alimentation ainsi que le produit
final.
• Unless otherwise stated, the AC/DC adapters are not suitable for use in air handling
spaces or in wall cavities.
• Sauf mention contraire, les adaptateurs AC/DC ne sont pas appropriés pour une
utilisation dans les espaces d’aération ou dans les cavités murales.
• The installation must always be in accordance with the applicable provisions of
National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70, article 725 and the Canadian Electrical
Code part 1, section 16. The power supply shall not be permanently fixed to a
building structure or similar structure.
• Cette installation doit toujours être en accord avec les mesures qui s’applique
au National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70, article 725, et au Canadian Electrical
Code, partie 1, section 16. La source d’alimentation ne devra pas être fixée de
façon permanente à une structure de bâtiment ou à une structure similaire.
• Power supply voltage polarity is critical. Incorrect voltage polarity can damage the
power supply and the unit. The ridges on the side of the cord (see figure 13 on the
previous page) identify the power cord negative lead.
• La polarité de la source d’alimentation est primordiale. Une polarité incorrecte
pourrait endommager la source d’alimentation et l’unité. Les stries sur le côté du
cordon (voir l’illustration 13 sur la page 15) permettent de repérer le pôle négatif
du cordon d’alimentation.
To verify the polarity before connection, plug in the power supply with no load and check the
output with a voltmeter.
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Operation
The DTP T EU and DTP T MK units can be controlled only by SIS commands (see Simple
Instruction Set Control on page 19) or the Product Configuration Software (see Product
Configuration Software on page 26). This section contains basic information about
operation details. Topics in this section include:
Indications
PWR HDCP HDMI VGA AUTO
•
Power LED — Lights when power is applied.
•
HDCP LED — Lights when the HDMI input signal is encrypted.
•
HDMI LED — Lights when an HDMI input signal is detected.
•
VGA LED — Lights when a VGA input signal is detected.
•
Auto LED — Lights when the device is in auto switch mode.
Switch Modes
The switching transmitter has three switch modes:
•
Manual — The input must be selected manually using an SIS command
•
Auto switch (VGA) — The switcher automatically selects the input with an active signal
present and, if both are present, prioritizes the VGA input. This is the factory default
mode.
•
Auto switch (HDMI) — The switcher automatically selects the input with an active
signal present and, if both are present, prioritizes the HDMI input.
These modes can be selected through SIS commands (see Switch mode SIS commands
on page 22) or the Product Configuration Software (see the PCS Help file).
EDID
To manage EDID on the DTP T EU and DTP T MK units, use SIS commands (see EDID SIS
commands on page 23) or the Product Configuration Software (see the PCS Help file). The
DTP T EU and DTP T MK units can record and save EDID in a user memory location, select
a pre-defined EDID, or use EDID from a display connected to a receiver. EDID stored in the
user memory location can come from the display connected to a receiver or a custom EDID
imported through the Product Software.
Reset
Use the recessed Reset button on the side of the transmitter (see figure 3 on page 7 and
item G on page 8) to initiate a reset to the default settings. Press and hold the reset button
for approximately 6 seconds. All front panel LEDs cycle. Release the button. This reset is the
equivalent of issuing the Reset SIS command (EZXXX}, see page 25).
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Troubleshooting — If no Image Appears
1. Ensure that all devices are plugged in and powered on. The switcher is receiving power
if its power LED is lit.
2. Ensure an active input is selected on the switcher or that the switcher is in auto-input
switching mode. The switcher is receiving an active input if either the HDMI or VGA LED
is lit.
3. Ensure that the proper signal format is supplied.
4. Check the cabling and make corrections as necessary.
5. Call the Extron S3 Sales & Technical Support Hotline if necessary. See the end of this
guide for the phone number in your region of the world.
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Remote Control
This section includes:
•
Simple Instruction Set Control
•
Product Configuration Software
The DTP T EU and DTP T MK switchers can be remotely controlled via their Remote
RS-232 ports and their Configuration (USB) ports. The remote host device (such as a
computer or control system) sends Extron Simple Instruction Set commands.
Simple Instruction Set Control
The switching transmitter can be remotely controlled using SIS commands from a host
device such as a computer or control system via its Configuration (USB) port (see item B
on page 7) or Remote RS-232 port (see item E on page 8).
The default serial port protocol of the Remote RS-232 serial port is as follows:
•
9600 baud
•
No parity
•
No flow control•
1 stop bit
•8-bit
Host-to-Switcher Communications
SIS commands consist of one or more characters per field. No special characters are
required to begin or end a command character sequence. When a command is valid, the
switcher executes the command and sends a response to the host device. All responses
from the switcher to the host end with a carriage return and a line feed (CR/LF = ]), which
signals the end of the response character string. A string is one or more characters.
Switcher-Initiated Messages
When a local event occurs, such as a front panel operation, loss or restoration of an input
signal, or an error condition, the switcher responds by sending a message to the host. The
switcher-initiated messages are listed below:
© Copyright 20yy, Extron Electronics DTP T EU (MK) 332 (232), Vx.xx, 60-nnnn-nn]
The switcher issues the copyright message when it first powers on. Vx.xx is the firmware
version number and 60-nnnn-nn is the part number.
HdbtO1*n]
The switcher sends the Hdbt message whenever the side panel TP function switch is
changed. n is the switch position; 0 = HDBT, 1 = DTP.
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Error responses
When the switcher receives a valid SIS command, it executes the command and sends a
response to the host device. If the switcher is unable to execute the command because the
command is invalid or it contains invalid parameters, the switcher returns an error response
to the host. The error response codes are:
E01 — Invalid input channel number (out of range)
E06 — Invalid channel change
E10 — Invalid command
E13 — Invalid parameter
Timeout
Pauses of 10 seconds or longer between command ASCII characters result in a timeout.
The command operation is aborted with no other indication.
Using the Command and Response Table
The command and response table begins page 22. Symbols are used throughout the
table to represent variables in the command and response fields. Command and response
examples are shown throughout the table. The ASCII to HEX conversion table below is for
use with the command and response table.
Space
ASCII to Hex Conversion Table
•
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Symbol definitions
]
}
= Carriage return/line feed
= Carriage return (no line feed)
|
= Pipe (can be used interchangeably with the } character)
•
= space
E = Escape key
W
= Can be used interchangeably with the E character
X!
X@
X#
X$
X%
= Input number (for switching)
0 = No input
1 = HDMI input
= Switch mode
0 = Manual
1 = Auto switch VGA (default) 2 = Auto switch HDMI
= Input number (for audio configuration)
0 = Always output
1 = HDMI input
=Status
0 = Off, disabled, not detected 1 = on, enable, or detected
= Input HDCP status
0 = No source is detected
1 = Source is detected with HDCP
2 = Source detected without HDCP
X^
= Output HDCP status
0 = No sink is detected
1 = Sink is detected with HDCP
2 = Sink is detected without HDCP
X& = Color bit depth mode
X* = EDID
X( = User EDID location
X1) = Raw EDID data
X1! = Resolution and rate in plain text
X1@ = Switch position
X1# = Pixel phase
X1$ = Total pixels
X1% = Horizontal and vertical start
X1^ = Switcher name
0 = Auto
2 = VGA input
2 = VGA input
1 = 8-bit
See the table on page 23.
66 or 67
128 or 256 bytes of hexadecimal data
Example: 1920x1200•@60Hz
0 = DTP
1 = HDBT
00 – 63 (32 = default)
Depends on input rate
000 – 255 (128 = default)
A text string of up to 24 alphanumeric characters and minus sign/hyphen (-).
No blank or space characters are permitted as part of a name.
The first letter must be a letter, and the last character must not be a minus sign/hyphen.
X1& = Firmware version number to second decimal place (x.xx)
X1* = Verbose mode
0 = clear/none
1 = verbose mode (default for RS-232 or USB) (default)
2 = tagged responses for queries
3 = verbose mode and tagged for queries
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Command and Response Table for SIS Commands
Command Function
SIS Command
Response
(Host to Unit)
(Unit to Host)
Additional description
Select and view input
NOTE: The switcher must be in manual switch mode to execute this command. If it is in either auto switch mode, it returns E06.
Select an input
X!!
InX!•All]
Select X! to transmit to the connected
receiver.
Example:
View input selection
Switch mode
1!
In01•All]
Select VGA input.
!
X!]
X! is selected.
E0AUSW}
E1AUSW}
Ausw0]
Set switch mode to normal.
Set auto switch mode VGA
Ausw1]
Set switch mode to auto (VGA). The
switcher automatically selects the VGA
input if both inputs are present. Default.
Set auto switch mode HDMI
E2AUSW}
Ausw2]
Set switch mode to auto (HDMI). The
switcher automatically selects the HDMI
input if both inputs are present.
View switch mode
EAUSW}
X@]
Set manual switch mode
Assign analog audio input to specific video input or always output audio
Always output analog audio
E0AFLW}
Aflw0]
Analog audio is output regardless of
input selection (default).
Assign (lock) analog audio to a
specific input
EX#AFLW}
AflwX#]
Assign analog audio to X#.
View audio assignment
EAFLW}
X#]
E0LS}
SigX$HDMI•X$VGA*X$o]
View the HDCP status of the HDMI
input
EI1HDCP}
HdcpIX%]
View the output HDCP status
EOHDCP}
HdcpOX^]
Set bit depth mode to auto
EV0BITD}
BitdV0]
Force bit depth mode to 8-bit
EV1BITD}
EVBITD}
BitdV1]
EE1HDCP}
EE0HDCP}
HdcpE1]
EEHDCP}
X$•0]
Input signal status
Request status of all inputs and the
output
X$HDMI and X$VGA are the input signal
status. X$o is the output signal status.
HDCP Status
Output color bit depth mode
Show bit depth mode
Auto mode is based on sink EDID
(default).
X&]
HDCP Authorized Device
Set HDMI input to HDCP authorized
Set HDMI input to HDCP not
authorized
View HDCP authorized status
NOTE:
X! = Input number
X@ = Switch mode
X# = Input number
X$ = Status
X% = Input HDCP status
X^ = Output HDCP status
X# = Input number
X& = Color bit depth mode
0 = No input
0 = Manual
0 = Always output
0 = Not detected, authorized
0 = No source detected
0 = No sink detected
0 = Always output
0 = Auto
Default.
HdcpE0]
1 = HDMI input
1 = Auto switch VGA (default)
1 = HDMI input
1 = Detected, authorized
1 = Source detected with HDCP
1 = Sink detected with HDCP
1 = HDMI input
1 = 8-bit
2 = VGA input
2 = Auto switch HDMI
2 = VGA input
2 = Source detected without HDCP
2 = Sink detected without HDCP
2 = VGA input
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Command and Response Table for SIS Commands (continued)
Command Function
SIS Command
Response
(Host to Unit)
(Unit to Host)
Additional description
EDID Minder
NOTE:See the table, below, for the EDID values.
EAX!*X*EDID}
ESX(EDID}
EdidAX!*X*]
Defaults: 03 and 50.
EdidSX(]
Save EDID of display connected to the
output to the user store slot 66 or 67.
View raw EDID data
EAX!EDID}
ERX!EDID}
X*]
X1)]
View EDID native resolution
ENX!EDID}
X1!]
Assign EDID to an input
Save the EDID of the connected
display to a user location
View the EDID assignment
X*
X*
Value
Value
Read data as text from the EDID
assigned and used on input X!.
Read out native resolution and refresh
rate from the EDID assigned to the
specified input in plain text.
Example: 1920x1200 @60.00Hz
X*
Value
X*
Value
VGA – PC values
01
800x600 @ 60 Hz
05
1280x800 @ 60 Hz
09
1400x1050 @ 60 Hz
13
1680x1050 @ 60 Hz
02
1024x768 @ 60 Hz
06
1280x1024 @ 60 Hz
10
1440x900 @ 60 Hz
14
1920x1080 @ 60 Hz
03*
1280x720 @ 60 Hz
07
1360x768 @ 60 Hz
11
1600x900 @ 60 Hz
15
1920x1200 @ 60 Hz
04
1280x768 @ 60 Hz
08
1366x768 @ 60 Hz
12
1600x1200 @ 60 Hz
16
2048x1080 @ 60 Hz
DVI – PC values
17
800x600 @ 60 Hz
21
1280x800 @ 60 Hz
25
1400x1050 @ 60 Hz
29
1680x1050 @ 60 Hz
18
1024x768 @ 60 Hz
22
1280x1024 @ 60 Hz
26
1440x900 @ 60 Hz
30
1920x1080 @ 60 Hz
19
1280x720 @ 60 Hz
23
1360x768 @ 60 Hz
27
1600x900 @ 60 Hz
31
1920x1200 @ 60 Hz
20
1280x768 @ 60 Hz
24
1366x768 @ 60 Hz
28
1600x1200 @ 60 Hz
32
2048x1080 @ 60 Hz
HDMI – PC values, with 2-channel audio
33
800x600 @ 60 Hz
37
1280x1024 @ 60 Hz
41
1440x900 @ 60 Hz
45
1920x1200 @ 60 Hz
34
1024x768 @ 60 Hz
38
1360x768 @ 60 Hz
42
1600x900 @ 60 Hz
46
2048x1080 @ 60 Hz
35
1280x768 @ 60 Hz
39
1366x768 @ 60 Hz
43
1600x1200 @ 60 Hz
36
1280x800 @ 60 Hz
40
1400x1050 @ 60 Hz
44
1680x1050 @ 60 Hz
56
1080p @ 60 Hz
HDMI – HDTV values, with 2-channel audio
47
480p @ 60 Hz
50✝
720p @ 60 Hz
53
1080p @ 50/25 Hz
48
576p @ 50 Hz
51
1080i @ 50 Hz
54
1080p @ 50 Hz
49
720p @ 50 Hz
52
1080i @ 60 Hz
55
1080p @ 60/24 Hz
61
1080p @ 50/25 Hz
63
1080p @ 60/24 Hz
62
1080p @ 50 Hz
64
1080p @ 60 Hz
HDMI – HDTV values, with multi-channel audio
57
720p @ 50 Hz
58
720p @ 60 Hz
59
1080i @ 50 Hz
60
1080i @ 60 Hz
Output and user locations
X*
Source
X*
Source
X*
Source
65
Output
66
User location 1
67
User location 2
* Default for VGA input.
✝ Default for HDMI input.
NOTE:
X! = Input number
X* = EDID
X( = User EDID location
X1) = Raw EDID data
X1! = Resolution and rate in plain text
0 = No input
1 = HDMI input
2 = VGA input
See the table above.
66 or 67
128 or 256 bytes of hexadecimal data
Example: 1920x1200•@60Hz
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Command and Response Table for SIS Commands (continued)
Command Function
Additional description
SIS Command
Response
(Host to Unit)
(Unit to Host)
Mute video
1B
Vmt1]
Output no video signal.
Unmute video
0B
Output the selected video input.
Read video mute
B
Vmt0]
X$]
Mute analog audio
1Z
Amt1]
Output no analog audio signal.
Unmute analog audio
0Z
Output analog audio input.
Read analog audio mute
Z
Amt0]
X$]
E1AFMT}
E0AFMT}
EAFMT}
Afmt1]
Enable HDMI audio. (Default)
Afmt0]
Disable HDMI audio.
E2*X1#PHAS}
E2+PHAS}
E2–PHAS}
E2PHAS}
Phas2*X1#]
E2*X1$TPIX}
E2+TPIX}
E2–TPIX}
E2TPIX}
Tpix2*X1$]
Video mute
Mute status = X$.
Analog audio mute
Analog audio mute status = X$.
Disable (Mute) HDMI Output Embedded Audio
Enable HDMI audio output
Disable HDMI audio output
View HDMI audio configuration
X$]
Pixel phase (RGB input only)
Set pixel phase
Increment pixel phase
Decrement pixel phase
View pixel phase value
Phas2*X1#]
Phas2*X1#]
X1#]
Total pixels
Set total pixels value
Increment total pixels
Decrement total pixels
View total pixels
NOTE:
X$ = Status
X1# = Pixel phase
X1$ = Total pixels
0 = Not detected, authorized
00 – 63 (32 = default)
Tpix2*X1$]
Tpix2*X1$]
X1$]
1 = Detected, authorized
Depends on input rate
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Command and Response Table for SIS Commands (continued)
Command Function
SIS Command
Response
(Host to Unit)
(Unit to Host)
E2*X1%HSRT}
E2+HSRT}
E2–HSRT}
E2HSRT}
Hsrt2*X1%]
E2*X1%VSRT}
E2+VSRT}
Vsrt2*X1%]
E2–VSRT}
E2VSRT}
Vsrt2*X1%]
EO1HDBT}
HdbtO1*X1@]
Additional description
Horizontal start
Set horizontal start value
Increment horizontal start
Decrement horizontal start
View horizontal start
Hsrt2*X1%]
Hsrt2*X1%]
X1%]
Vertical start
Set vertical start value
Increment vertical start
Decrement vertical start
View vertical start
Vsrt2*X1%]
X1%]
TP function switch position
View switch position
NOTE: The “HdbtO1*“ portion of response is returned in Verbose mode 2 and 3 only.
Device Name
Set the unit name
Set unit name to factory default
View unit name
EX1^CN}
E•CN}
ECN}
Ipn•X1^]
X1^]
EZXXX}
Zpx]
I
InX!•AflwX!•AuswX@•VmtX$•AmtX$]
I
In1•Aflw2•Ausw1•Vmt1•Amt0]
Change the name to one of your choosing.
Ipn•DTP-T-EU(MK)-332(232)]
Reset
Reset to factory setting
Reset to factory defaults.
Information requests
Information request
Example:
Input 1 is selected, analog audio is
assigned to input 2, the switcher is in
auto-input switching (high) mode, video
is muted and analog audio is unmuted.
Request part number
N
60-nnnn-nn]
Query controller firmware version
Q
X1&]
1.23]
Example:
Q
See www.extron.com, for part numbers.
The factory-installed controller firmware
version is 1.23 (sample value only).
Verbose mode
NOTE: If tagged responses are enabled (modes 2 and 3), all “view” commands return the prefix and the value, just as the “set”
commands do. For example, the View front panel switch mode (EAUSW}) command returns “AuswX@]”.
Set verbose mode
Read verbose mode
NOTE:
EX1*CV}
ECV}
X! = Input number
X@ = Switch mode
X$ = Status
X1@ = Switch position
X1% = Horizontal and vertical start
X1^ = Switcher name
0 = No input
0 = Manual
0 = Not enabled
0 = DTP
000 – 255 (128 = default)
VrbX1*]
X1*]
1 = HDMI input2 = VGA input
1 = Auto switch VGA (default)
1 = Enabled
1 = HDBT
2 = Auto switch HDMI
A text string of up to 24 alphanumeric characters and minus sign/hyphen (-).
No blank or space characters are permitted as part of a name.
The first letter must be a letter, and the last character must not be a minus sign/hyphen.
X1& = Firmware version number to second decimal place (x.xx)
X1* = Verbose mode
0 = clear/none 2 = tagged responses for queries
1 = verbose mode (default) 3 = verbose mode and tagged for queries
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Product Configuration Software
This section details the Product Configuration Software (PCS), available on the Extron
website. The Windows-based PCS communicates with the switcher via the following ports:
•
Configuration port — A standard USB mini-B port (see item B on page 7).
•
Remote RS-232 port — A serial port on a 3.5 mm, 3-pole captive screw connector
(see item E on page 8).
•
•
9600 Baud
No parity
•
•
8 data bits
1 stop bit
The program is compatible with Windows 2000, Windows XP, and later.
Installing the Software
The PCS, version 2.3 or newer, and Firmware Loader are available on the Extron website.
Download and install both programs as follows:
NOTE: Steps 1 through 6, below, are also used to download a firmware update package.
1. Visit the website www.extron.com and click the Download tab (see figure 15).
1
2
— OR —
3
2
2
Figure 15. Downloading a Software or Firmware Package (PCS Shown)
2. Click the Software, Firmware, or specific firmware package link as appropriate to the
operation you are performing.
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3. Click Download for the desired software or firmware to download and (see figure 15).
TIP: Jump to the nearest page of downloads by clicking the desired filtering letter.
The Download Center dialog box appears (see figure 16).
1
2
Figure 16. Download Center Dialog Box
4. Enter the requested personal information (see figure 16, 1).
TIP:Click Remember Me to eliminate step 4 in future downloads.
5. Click Download to copy the software or firmware to the computer (2). The
download warns you about downloads and asks you to confirm it (see figure 17).
3
Figure 17. Download Warning and Confirmation
NOTE: Figure 17 may appear different or may not appear at all, depending on your
web browser choice and its security settings.
6. Cick Run to confirm that you want to run the installation (3).
7. For a firmware download, exit this procedure and return to Updating the Firmware
on page 30.
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8. Follow the on-screen instructions. The installation creates the necessary subfolders of
C:\Program Files and the necessary groups. It places the appropriate icons into the
correct group folders:
NOTE: C:\Program Files(x86)\ ... for 64-bit Windows OS.
Product Configuration Software —
•
Folder — C:\Program Files\Extron\ Extron PCS
•
Group folder —Extron Electronics\Extron Product Configuration
Software
•
•
•
•
Check for Extron PCS Updates
Extron PCS Help
Extron Product Configuration Software
Uninstall Extron Product Configuration Software
Firmware Loader —
•
Folder — C:\Program Files\Extron\FWLoader
•
Group folder —Extron Electronics\Firmware Loader
•
•
•
•
Check for Firmware Loader Updates
Firmware Loader Help
Firmware Loader
Uninstall Firmware Loader
Starting the Program
Start the Extron Product Configuration Software as follows:
1. Click Start > Programs > Extron Electronics > Extron Product Configuration
Software > Extron Product Configuration Software.
The Product Configuration Software opens to the Device Discovery screen (see figure 18).
1
2
Figure 18. Device Discovery Screen
2. Select (click) your DTP T EU or DTP T MK unit (see figure 18, 1) and click Connect (2).
The Product Configuration Software opens to the Input/Output Configuration page (see
figure 19 on the next page).
Operate the Product Configuration Software as described in the PCS Help (click
Extron PCS Help).
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28
Figure 19. Product Configuration Software
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Updating the Firmware
The Product Configuration Software can call the Firmware Loader utility, which provides
a way to replace the firmware that is coded on the control board of the switcher without
taking the unit out of service.
NOTE: Upgrading the firmware does not overwrite the current configuration.
Update the unit firmware as follows:
1. Perform steps 1 through 6 of Installing the Software, on page 26, to download the
firmware upgrade from the Extron website, www.extron.com.
2. Click Run in the File Download dialog box (see figure 20 on the next page, 1) and
Security Warning dialog box (2). The PC downloads the firmware update from the
Extron website and starts the Extron Installation Program to extract the firmware file.
3. Click Next (3). The program extracts the firmware files and places them in a folder
identified in the InstallShield Wizard window.
ATTENTION:
• The extension of the firmware file must be .s19. Opening a file with an incorrect
extension may cause the device to stop functioning.
• L’extension du fichier firmware doit être .s19. Si un fichier est ouvert avec une
mauvaise extension, l’appareil peut arrêter de fonctionner.
NOTES:
• Note the folder to which the firmware file is saved. When downloaded
from the Extron website, the firmware is placed in a subfolder of:
• 64-bit Windows OS: C:\Program Files (x86)\Extron\Firmware.
• 32-bit Windows OS: C:\Program Files\Extron\Firmware.
• The original factory-installed firmware is permanently available on the unit. If
the attempted firmware upload fails, the unit reverts to the factory-installed
firmware.
4. Click Finish to exit the program (4).
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1
2
3
Folder where
firmware is
saved.
4
Figure 20. Extracting Firmware Upgrade Files
5. Connect the computer to the Configuration port (see item B on page 7) or Remote
RS-232 port (see item E on page 8) of the switcher.
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6. Start the Product Configuration Software and connect to the unit (see Starting the
Program, steps 1, 2, 3, and 5, starting on page 28.
7. Click Tools > Update firmware. The software asks you to confirm that you want to
continue the update (see figure 21).
1
2
3
4
5
Figure 21. Updating Firmware
8. Click Continue (see figure 21, 1). The Product Configuration Software disconnects
itself from the unit and calls the Firmware Loader utility in the background. The Update
Firmware dialog box appears.
9. Click Browse (2). The Open dialog box opens.
10. Navigate to the folder where you saved the firmware upgrade file (see figure 21, above).
Select the file (3) and click Open (4). The Update Firmware dialog box returns to the
top.
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11. Click Update to continue see figure 21 on the previous page, 5).
The Firmware Loader utility tests the
connection, installs the update, and then
verifies the firmware.
At the conclusion of the process, the utility reports Upload Complete.
12. Click Close. The Product Configuration Software window returns to the front.
13. Click the in the connection tab to completely disconnect the program from the unit
and then reconnect the program as described in Starting the Program, beginning at
step 3 on page 28.
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Extron Warranty
Extron Electronics warrants this product against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of three years
from the date of purchase. In the event of malfunction during the warranty period attributable directly to faulty
workmanship and/or materials, Extron Electronics will, at its option, repair or replace said products or components,
to whatever extent it shall deem necessary to restore said product to proper operating condition, provided that it is
returned within the warranty period, with proof of purchase and description of malfunction to:
USA, Canada, South America,
and Central America:
Extron Electronics
1230 South Lewis Street
Anaheim, CA 92805
U.S.A.
Japan:
Extron Electronics, Japan
Kyodo Building, 16 Ichibancho
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0082
Japan
Europe and Africa:
Extron Europe
Hanzeboulevard 10
3825 PH Amersfoort
The Netherlands
China:
Extron China
686 Ronghua Road
Songjiang District
Shanghai 201611
China
Asia:
Extron Asia Pte Ltd
135 Joo Seng Road, #04-01
PM Industrial Bldg.
Singapore 368363
Singapore
Middle East:
Extron Middle East
Dubai Airport Free Zone
F12, PO Box 293666
United Arab Emirates, Dubai
This Limited Warranty does not apply if the fault has been caused by misuse, improper handling care, electrical
or mechanical abuse, abnormal operating conditions, or if modifications were made to the product that were not
authorized by Extron.
NOTE: If a product is defective, please call Extron and ask for an Application Engineer to receive an RA (Return
Authorization) number. This will begin the repair process.
USA: 714.491.1500 or 800.633.9876
Asia:65.6383.4400
Europe:31.33.453.4040
Japan:81.3.3511.7655
Units must be returned insured, with shipping charges prepaid. If not insured, you assume the risk of loss or damage
during shipment. Returned units must include the serial number and a description of the problem, as well as the
name of the person to contact in case there are any questions.
Extron Electronics makes no further warranties either expressed or implied with respect to the product and its quality,
performance, merchantability, or fitness for any particular use. In no event will Extron Electronics be liable for direct,
indirect, or consequential damages resulting from any defect in this product even if Extron Electronics has been
advised of such damage.
Please note that laws vary from state to state and country to country, and that some provisions of this warranty may
not apply to you.
Extron Headquarters
Extron Europe
Extron Asia
Extron Japan
+1.800.633.9876 (Inside USA/Canada Only)
Extron USA - West
Extron USA - East
+1.714.491.1500+1.919.850.1000
+1.714.491.1517 FAX
+1.919.850.1001 FAX
+800.3987.6673
(Inside Europe Only)
+31.33.453.4040
+31.33.453.4050 FAX
+65.6383.4400
+65.6383.4664 FAX
+81.3.3511.7655
+81.3.3511.7656 FAX
Extron China
+86.21.3760.1568
+86.21.3760.1566 FAX
Extron Middle East
Extron Korea
Extron India
+971.4.299.1800
+971.4.299.1880 FAX
+82.2.3444.1571
+82.2.3444.1575 FAX
1800.3070.3777
(Inside India Only)
+91.80.3055.3777
+91.80.3055.3737 FAX
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