HDMI-4K De-embedder Quick Start Guide

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Quick Start Guide
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HDMI-4K De-embedder
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HDMI Input
HDMI input port for sources and for supplying the device with
power (depends on source capabilities). The applied cable
shall not be more than 20 m (4Kp30) or 30 m (1080p60).
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EDID Rotary
Switches
The rotary switches select one of the EDID memory
addresses.
Status LEDs
The LEDs display information about the signal states.
Learn Button
Store the EDID of the sink on HDMI OUT or start the device
in bootload mode.
USB Control
USB mini-B type connector to access special settings,
perform a firmware upgrade, and supply the unit with power.
DC Input
Input for the supplied power adaptor.
Hidden Button
Button for resetting the device.
Phones
3.5mm jack output connector which is the same as the
Analog Audio Output (Phoenix).
Audio Output
5-pole Phoenix connector for balanced analog audio; the
signal is de-embedded from the HDMI output.
HDMI Output
Connect an HDMI cable between the sink and the unit.
LIVE
ƒƒBLINKING: the device is powered properly and operational.
ƒƒON: shows the malfunction of the CPU; please restart the device.
INPUT
ƒƒON (orange): source is connected (5V detected).
ƒƒON (green): signal is present.
AUDIO
ƒƒON (red): HDMI, multichannel / compressed audio signal is detected.
ƒƒON (purple): HDMI, PCM 2 channel audio signal is detected.
ƒƒBLINKING: autoselect is enabled.
ƒƒOFF: no audio is transmitted.
OUTPUT
ƒƒON (green): hotplug detected on HDMI OUT.
 Never use a third-party power supply but the supplied one or use Lightware’s rackmountable power supply unit with the appropriate DC-DC cable.
Projector
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HDMI-4K De-embedder
5V DC Power adaptor
with interchangeable plugs
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Safety an
warranty
info
Phoenix combicon
5-pole connector
USB cable
Quick
Start
Guide
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Power amplifier
Audio
cable
Headphone Power adaptor
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Audio
cable
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Blu-ray player HDMI
USB
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Laptop
Connect a sink device to the HDMI output port.
Optionally connect an audio device (e.g. amplifier) to the Phoenix Audio output port.
Optionally connect a headphone to the 3.5 mm Jack Audio output port.
Optionally connect a laptop or PC to the USB port and run LDC software.
Connect firstly the power cord of the supplied adaptor to the DC input, then secondly
to the AC power socket.
Analog
audio
SW config
D/A
converter
SW config
Audio
splitter
Analog
audio
USB
DC
Input
Power
Management
If the power adaptor is connected, it will supply the device independently from the HDMI/
USB ports. If the adaptor is disconnected from the DC input connector the device tries to
use a different power source (HDMI or USB) if it is enabled and connected. (If the adaptor is
unplugged from the AC socket but the DC plug is still connected, the device will be switched
off and cannot be changed to another power source. Unplug the DC cable from the device to
be powered by USB or HDMI.)
 The USB and HDMI powering modes can be enabled/disabled via LDC software.
 If you are not sure that your USB or HDMI port has enough power, disable the
powering over USB and HDMI by Lightware Device Controller software. If the supplied
power over USB or HDMI is not enough the device will switch off. In the case of any
strange behavior of the device, please disconnect the USB and HDMi cables and
connect the 5V DC adaptor.
HDMI
in
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 Avoid the use of keys, coins, knives and other sharp objects.
1. Turn the EDID rotary switches to the desired position (between #62 - #98).
2. Press the LEARN button and keep it pressed for three seconds.
3. The OUTPUT LED turns to dark for a second then provides feedback:
ƒƒBLINKING (green): EDID learning is successful, the EDID is stored.
ƒƒBLINKING (red): EDID learning is failed.
4. The LED turns to dark for a second, then shows the state(s) of the connected sink(s).
 Please note that the EDIDs stored in the User EDID memory are deleted when the factory
default settings are restored.
Further EDID Options
The following functions are available when connecting to the device by LDC:
ƒƒEDID learning or importing an EDID, deleting an EDID (from the user memory).
ƒƒExporting an EDID and saving it as a file.
ƒƒCreating a custom EDID by using the EDID Editor or the Easy EDID Creator.
Audio deembedder
Reclocker
The HDCP setting of the HDMI input port can be enabled/disabled on the front panel as follows:
Phones
Analog
audio
out
HDMI
out
ID
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Resolution
Copy HDMI1
640x480p60
800x600p60
1024x768p60
1280x768p50
1280x768p60
1280x1024p50
1280x1024p60
1600x1200p50
1600x1200p60
1920x1200p50
1920x1200p60
1440x480i60
1440x576i50
ID
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ID
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23
24
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27
Resolution
640x480p59
720x480p59
720x576p50
1280x720p50
1280x720p60
1024x768p60
1366x768p60
1280x800p60
1440x900p60
1600x900p60
1280x1024p50
1280x1024p60
1440x1080p60
1920x1080i50_1
Description
Universal DVI
Universal HDMI PCM AUDIO
Universal HDMI ALL AUDIO
Universal HDMI DC ALL AUDIO
ID
28
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32
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34
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Resolution
1920x1080i50_2
1920x1080i60
1920x1080i60
1920x1080p24
1920x1080p30
1920x1080p50
1920x1080p60
1920x1080p60
2048x1080p60
2560x1080p60
1600x1200p50
1600x1200p60
1920x1200p60
2560x1440p60
ID
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62-98
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Resolution
3440x1440p24
3440x1440p30
2560x1600p60
2560x2048p50
3840x2160p24
3840x2160p30
3840x2160p60
4096x2160p24
4096x2160p30
4096x2160p60
3840x2400p24
3840x2400p30
720p60_3D
1080p60_3D
Description
Universal HDMI 4K PCM AUDIO
Universal HDMI 4K ALL AUDIO
User EDIDs
Copy HDMI2
Further Information
HDCP Management
Port Diagram
HDMI
Input
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The EDID of the sink connected to HDMI OUT 1 can be stored in the user EDID memory:
Connect the desired source to the HDMI input port.
The device can be powered by any of the following ways:
ƒƒUsing the supplied power adaptor
(recommended).
ƒƒConnect the device to a proper
USB port by the supplied cable.
ƒƒConnecting an HDMI source to the
HDMI input port.
 Make sure that the port is able to
supply 5V 500 mA current.
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EDID Learning (OUTPUT LED)
Safety and warranty info,
Quick Start Guide
Powering Options
01-11: DVI EDIDs; 12-55: HDMI EDIDs
Turn the EDID address rotary switches to the desired position. Use a flat
head screwdriver to change the address. The left switch sets the tens
value, the right switch gives the ones value of the EDID.
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HDMI-4K De-embedder is a multifunctional interface which is capable of audio de-embedding
the PCM audio stream. Audio out is a 5-pole Phoenix socket. The unit also features a 3.5 jack
output for headphone monitoring. HDMI-4K De-embedder has a built-in EDID Management
and Pixel Accurate Reclocking, supporting DVI and HDMI 1.4 signals with or without HDCP
encryption. The output signal is reclocked and stabilized using Lightware Pixel Accurate
Reclocking technology to remove jitter caused by long cables or poor quality sources.
EDID Memory Structure
Selecting an EDID
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Introduction
EDID Emulation
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Please read and keep the information in the attached safety instructions supplied with the
product before you start using the device.
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Installation
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Important Safety Instructions
1. Turn the EDID rotary switches to ‘01’ position.
2. Press the LEARN button and keep it pressed for three seconds.
3. The lower three LEDs give displays if the HDCP state is changed:
LIVE
INPUT
AUDIO
OUTPUT
The document is valid with the following firmware version: 1.0.0
The Product brief and further information of this appliance are available on www.lightware.eu.
See the Downloads section on the website of the product.
Contact Us
sales@lightware.eu
HDCP HDCP
enable disable
ƒƒHDCP is enabled: LEDs are dark and light up sequentially.
ƒƒHDCP is disabled: LEDs light and get dark sequentially.
+36 1 255 3800
support@lightware.eu
+36 1 255 3810
Lightware Visual Engineering LLC.
Peterdy 15, Budapest H-1071, Hungary
Doc. ver.: 1.1
19200047
Software Control – Using Lightware Device Controller (LDC)
The device can be controlled from a computer using the Lightware Device
Controller software. The application is available at www.lightware.eu (Support
/ Downloads section), install it on a Windows PC or a Mac OS X and connect
to the device.
Connecting by the USB Port
Connect the supplied USB cable between the device and the computer and start the LDC.
The device is displayed under the USB devices section; select it then press Connect.
Crosspoint Menu
When LDC connects to the device, the Crosspoint menu is shown as default. The input and
output port settings are available separately for the video and audio signals. Besides, the
following tools are available:
Frame Detector
The ports can show detailed
information about the signal like
blanking intervals and active
video resolution. This feature
is a good troubleshooter if
compatibility problems occur
during system installation.
Specifications
General
Test Pattern Generator
EDID Management
The output ports can send a special image towards the sink devices for testing purposes. The
settings of the test pattern are available via LDC:
Advanced EDID Management can be accessed by selecting the EDID menu. The software
allows to create, modify, delete, import, or export EDIDs. Please note that the factory presets
cannot be modified.
Mode
ƒƒOn: the test pattern is always sent to the output port.
ƒƒOff: the test pattern generator is off.
ƒƒNo signal: the test pattern generator is switched on if video signal is not detected.
Clock Source
ƒƒ480p / 576p / Original video signal: the clock frequency of the test pattern.
Pattern
ƒƒRed / Green / Blue / Black / White / Ramp / Chess / Bar / Cycle. Cycle setting means all
the patterns are changed sequentially approx. in every 2 seconds.
 EDID emulation is available only by the EDID rotary switches on the device.
Backup and restore (Configuration Cloning)
This simple method eliminates the need to repeatedly configure certain devices to have
identical (non-factory) settings. If the devices are
installed in the same type of system multiple times
then it is enough to set up only one device to fit the
user’s needs and then copy those settings to the
others, thus saving time and resources. Installing multiple devices with the same customized
configuration settings can be done in a few easy steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Configure one device with all your desired settings with the LDC software.
Backup the full configuration file to your computer.
If needed, make some modifications to the configuration file using a text editor.
Connect to the other device which has to be configured and upload (restore) your
configuration file.
Compliance ...................................................................................................................... CE
EMI / EMC.......................................................................................... EN 55024 / EN 55032
Cooling ..................................................................................................................... passive
Power
Power supply . ................................... external power adaptor / HDMI input port / USB port
Power adaptor ....................................... Input 100-240 V AC 50/60 Hz, Output 5V DC, 3 A
Power consumption .......................................................................................... 1.8 W (max)
Digital Video Signal
HDMI connector................................................................ 19-pole HDMI Type A receptacle
Supported signals ................................................................................... DVI 1.0, HDMI 1.4
Signal standard ........................ DVI and HDMI standard which supports embedded audio
Supported resolutions..................... up to 4K / UHD (30Hz RGB 4:4:4, 60Hz YCbCr 4:2:0)
3D support........................................................................................................................ yes
HDCP compliant............................................................................................................... yes
Control over CEC......................................................................................... yes, transparent
Reclocking .................................................................................. Pixel Accurate Reclocking
Cable length (input port)........................................... max 20 m (4Kp30) or 30 m (1080p60)
Analog Audio Output Ports
Firmware Upgrade – Using Lightware Device Updater (LDU)
Restoring the Factory Default Settings
Preparation
The settings and parameters can be set to factory default as follows:
The followings are necessary to perform a firmware upgrade:
1. Set the rotary switches to ‘00’ position.
2. Press and keep pressed the LEARN button for three seconds. When the lower three
LEDs blink, release the button. The following settings and parameters are restored:
ƒƒLightware Device Updater software - available on www.lighware.eu,
ƒƒFirmware package of the device (LFP file) - please contact support@lightware.eu.
Performing the Upgrade
1. Connect a PC/laptop to the USB port of the device by the supplied USB cable.
2. Start the LDU software and follow the instructions shown on the screen.
Starting the Device in Bootload Mode
If the usual firmware upgrade cannot be performed for any reason, try the following:
1. Press the LEARN button and keep it pressed.
2. Press and release the hidden button.
3. Release the LEARN button. The device is restarted in bootload mode.
HDCP (input port)
HDCP (output port)
HDMI mode (output port)
HDMI output port (audio signal)
Test pattern generator
Used EDID memory
Signal type . .......................................................... analog stereo, symmetric or asymmetric
Typical Application Diagram
enabled
auto
auto
unmuted
off
cleared
Connector type ................................................................................ 3.5 mm Jack connector
. .....................................................................................................5-pole Phoenix connector
HDMI
Volume ................................................................................................................ -57 - +6 dB
HDMI-4K De-embedder
Balance ................................................................................................ 0 - 100 (50 = center)
HDMI
EDID Management
.5 mm
5/3
1.3
Media player
5V DC
Power
adaptor
EDID emulation................................................................................................................ yes
Audio
TV
EDID memory..................................................... 61 factory presets, 37 user-programmable
Control
Power
amplifier
USB port............................................................................................ USB mini-B receptacle
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