4K/UHD Dual-Distance 16x16 HDMI to
HDBaseT Matrix Switcher with PoE
AT-UHD-PRO3-1616M
User Manual
Please check http://www.atlona.
com/product/AT-UHD-PRO3-1616M
for the most recent firmware
update or manual.
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Table of Contents
1. Introduction ................................................................................. 3
2. Package Contents ................................................................................. 3
3. Features................................................................................. 3
4. Before You Start
................................................................................. 3
5. Panel Descriptions
• Front Panel ................................................................................. 4
• Back Panel ................................................................................. 5
6. Rack Mounting
................................................................................. 5
7. Category Cable
................................................................................. 6
8. Captive Screw Audio
................................................................................. 7
9. Connection Diagram
................................................................................. 8
10. Button Set Up
................................................................................. 9-12
11. WebGUI................................................................................. 13-20
12. RS-232................................................................................. 22-24
13. IR Remote Control
................................................................................. 24
14. Captive Screw
................................................................................. 25
15. Specifications
................................................................................. 26
16. Safety Information ................................................................................. 27
17. Warranty ................................................................................. 28-29
18. Atlona Product Registration ................................................................................. 29
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Introduction
The 4K/UHD Dual-Distance 16x16 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 multi-channel audio up to Dolby Atmos.
Package Contents
• 1 x AT-UHD-PRO3-1616M
• 28 x 4 pin captive screw female connector
(8 x IR IN, 8 x IR OUT, 12 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
Features
• Supports resolutions up to 4K (UHD) 60Hz @ chroma sub-sampling 4:2:0 8-bit
• Extended distance ports extend IR, RS-232, and audio/visual content up to 328ft over a single
category cable
• Long distance ports extend IR, RS-232, and audio/visual content up to 230ft over a single category
cable
• Four HDMI outputs which can be set to mirror or matrix mode
• PoE (Power over Ethernet) to power up to sixteen compatible PoE EX series receivers
(Ex. AT-UHD-EX-100CE-RX or AT-UHD-EX-70C-RX)
• EDID learning for up to 20 video display EDIDs
• Built in internal EDID mode provides 14 unique EDIDs to ensure compatibility
• Multiple control options such as RS-232, IR, TCP/IP, WebGUI, and front panel
• 2Ch audio de-embedding through captive screw ports
• Independent zone volume control, mute, and 5 band EQ for captive screw audio outputs
• HDCP 2.2 compliant
• Multi-channel audio pass through up to Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio,
and Dolby Atmos
• Supports digital audio up to 24-bit, 192 kHz
• Internal international power supply
Before You Start
• Make sure when connecting a category cable a 568B termination method is used. See page 6 for
mores details.
• Use a component surge suppressor with line conditioning for best results.
Note: Atlona’s warranty does not cover damage due to electrical disturbances. A component surge
suppressor with line conditioning is highly suggested, especially in areas with electrical
storms.
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Panel Description
Front Panel
4 5
c
d
1
2
3
4
5
8
9
0
POWER
ENTER
6
7
FNC
CANCEL
EDID
INFO
a
b
6
AT-UHD-PRO3-1616M
1
HDBaseT OUT
2ED
1ED
3ED
4ED
5ED
6ED
7ED
8ED
10
9
11
2 3
12
13
15
14
16
17
18
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 zone output RS-232 baud settings
3. Cancel Button - Within the function menu use this button to go back one screen or to return to
the home screen
1
3
2
5
4
6
8
7
9
11
10
13
12
14
15
19
16
HDMI IN
L 2 R
L 1 R
2
1
S
4
3
S
L 3 R
S
6
5
S
L 4 R
S
7
S
L 5 R
8
S
9
S
IR IN
L 6 R
10
S
11
S
S
AUDIO OUT
12
S
L 7 R
13
S
L 8 R
S
L 9 R
16
15
14
S
1
S
L 10 R
2
S
20
HDMI OUT
3
S
L 11 R
5
4
S
S
L 12 R
6
S
MAIN
RS-232 IR IN
7
S
8
S
9
S IR OUT
10
S
LAN
S
11
S
12
S
FW
13
S
RX TX
14
15
S
S
16
ON
S
S
OFF
PWR: 100-240VAC 50/60Hz
Note: You cannot power off or change functions unless you return to the home screen
4. Power Button - Cycles the power between On (blue backlight) or Standby (red backlight)
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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Back Panel
AT-UHD-PRO3-1616M
1
2
3
4
5
8
9
0
POWER
ENTER
6
7
FNC
CANCEL
EDID
INFO
1
HDBaseT OUT
1ED
2ED
3ED
4ED
5ED
6ED
7ED
8ED
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
2
17
3
L 2 R
L 3 R
L 4 R
L 5 R
L 6 R
7
9
11
AUDIO OUT
L 7 R
L 8 R
13
15
L 9 R
L 10 R
L 11 R
L 12 R
1
3
5
7
MAIN
RS-232 IR IN
4
2
1
S
4
3
S
S
6
5
S
S
S
8
S
S
IR IN
10
S
S
12
S
S
14
S
16
S
S
2
S
S
20
11
HDMI OUT
HDMI IN
L 1 R
18
19
4
S
S
6
S
S
S
5
8
S
9
S IR OUT
6
10
S
LAN
S
7
11
S
12
FW
13
S
S
8
RX TX
14
15
S
S
9
16
ON
S
S
OFF
PWR: 100-240VAC 50/60Hz
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1. Long distance HDBaseT ports - Connect to long distance EX receivers for pass through
of PoE, control, and A/V signals. Ex. AT-UHD-EX-70C-RX
2. Extended distance HDBaseT ports - Connect to extended distance EX receivers for pass through
of PoE, control, and A/V signals. Ex. AT-UHD-EX-100CE-RX
3. HDMI Input - Connect HDMI sources to these ports
Ex. DVD players, Blu-ray players, computers, game consoles, etc
4. Audio out - Captive screw analog audio breakouts for use with a sound system or multi-channel
zone amplifier
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. LAN port - Connect to a network for TCP/IP, WebGUI, and firmware updates
8. FW port - USB not enabled at this time for future functionality
9. Main system control - Connect IR or RS-232 control system to the matrix
10. Internal power supply - Connect included IEC C13 power cable from here to a power outlet.
11. 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
Ex. AT-UHD-EX-100CE-KIT or AT-UHD-EX-70C-KIT
Rack Mounting
To rack mount the UHD-PRO3-1616M
unit: use the rack mount ears, the 6
screws from the sides of the UHDPRO3-1616M, and 4 rack screws.
2
3
4
5
POWER
ENTER
6
7
8
9
0
FNC
CANCEL
EDID
INFO
1
To affix the rack mount ears, remove
the three screws on each side of the
UHD-PRO3-1616M and affix the rack
ears to the UHD-PRO3-1616M (as
shown in the picture to the left).
1
2
3
4
5
POWER
ENTER
6
7
8
9
0
FNC
CANCEL
EDID
INFO
Place the UHD-PRO3-1616M 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
For the category cables used in the installation of these products, please be sure to use a 568B
termination as pictured below:
1. White - Orange
2. Orange
3. White - Green
4. Blue
5. White - Blue
6. Green
7. White - Brown
8. Brown
Use the table below to verify the best category cable for the installation.
Performance Rating
Wiring
Type of LAN cable
Shielding
Solid
Stranded - Patch
cable
(Not recommended)
CAT5e/6
CAT6a/7
Shielded (STP/FTP)
***
****
UnShielded (UTP)
**
N/A
Unshielded (UTP)
*
N/A
Shielded (STP/FTP)
*
N/A
Termination
Please use EIA/TIA-568-B termination
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.
Note: For cable distances see the specifications on page 26
Connector
Connector type and size is very important to ensure extenders work correctly. Please use the
matching cable type with the correct RJ45 connector.
CAT5e and CAT6 cables should use only CAT5e RJ45 connectors
CAT6a cables should use only CAT6a connectors
CAT7 cables should use only CAT7 connectors
Using the wrong size of connectors may result in interference causing loss of signal.
Important! “EZ RJ45 connectors” are not recommended with HDBaseT extenders. Doing so may result in
stray EMI/RFI signals to be picked up and interfere with audio and video transmission.
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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.
Audio is broken out from the selected HDMI input. If HDMI source 3 (Ex. set top box) is selected then
both the corresponding HDBaseT port and analog audio port will output the set top box audio.
Audio must be 2Ch PCM or the analog audio port will pass no audio.
Note: Analog audio ports will mirror the corresponding HDBaseT output port
Ex. Analog output 2 will mirror HDBaseT output 2
Unbalanced audio connections use two wires for connection with consumer audio components.
RCA
Tip (+)
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.
UNBALANCED
L
/
R
+
+
+
+
For an easier and time saving solution for analog audio, the optional Atlona Captive Screw Ready 2
Channel Unbalanced Audio Cable (AT-LC-CS-2CH-2M) features pre-stripped wires at one end and RCA
connectors at the other end. Purchase these at http://www.atlona.com
To connect these, use the red wire in the right positive port, the white wire in the left positive port,
and the black can be placed in either ground port.
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Connection Diagram
Blu-ray player
Set top box
Video
HDBaseT
Audio
Control
Media Device
3
POWER
R
Media 3
AT-UHD-EX-100CE-RX
1
AT-UHD-EX-100CE-RX
RX TX
P S
RS-232
3
4
5
8
9
0
S
HDBaseT IN
IR OUT
IR IN
2
LINK
FW
ETHERNET
POWER
ENTER
6
7
FNC
CANCEL
EDID
INFO
HDMI OUT
Media Device
1
AT-UHD-PRO3-1616M
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
GAIN
GAIN
GAIN
GAIN
GAIN
GAIN
SPEAKER
SPEAKER
SPEAKER
SPEAKER
SPEAKER
SPEAKER
+
+
+
+
+
+
-
-
-
-
-
-
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Multi-channel Zone Amplifier
HDBaseT OUT
1ED
2ED
3ED
4ED
5ED
6ED
7ED
8ED
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
L 1 R
L 2 R
17
2
1
S
4
3
S
S
6
5
S
S
L 4 R
L 5 R
L 6 R
7
9
11
8
S
S
S
10
S
IR IN
AUDIO OUT
12
S
S
L 7 R
L 8 R
13
15
S
14
S
16
S
S
L 9 R
L 10 R
L 11 R
L 12 R
1
3
5
7
2
S
S
20
HDMI OUT
HDMI IN
L 3 R
18
19
4
S
S
6
S
S
8
S
S
MAIN
RS-232 IR IN
9
S IR OUT
10
S
LAN
11
12
S
S
FW
13
16
15
S
S
S
RX TX
14
S
ON
AVR
S
OFF
S
PWR: 100-240VAC 50/60Hz
AT-UHD-EX-70C-RX
POWER
ID
1
5
4
6
COMPONENT
HDMI
WIFI 1
DIGITAL
COAX OUT
eSATA
L
2
3
4
SERIAL 1
2
RELAYS
WIFI 2
AUDIO IN
AUDIO OUT
ETHERNET
CONTACTS
i
ROUTER
VIDEO OUT
LINK
FW
R
SERIAL 2
GND
SIG
+12V
GND
SIG
+12V
GND
SIG
+12V
GND
SIG
+12V
IR OUT
5
3
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
12V DC FACTORY
RESTORE
2.4
1
ZIGBEE
1
Control System
RX TX
P
S
S
2
3
RS-232
IR OUT
IR IN
HDBaseT IN
HDMI OUT
4
AT-UHD-EX-70C-RX
Router
POWER
1
Blu-ray player
AT-UHD-EX-100CE-RX
3
4
5
ETHERNET
AT-UHD-EX-100CE-RX
2
RX TX
POWER
ENTER
6
7
FNC
CANCEL
EDID
INFO
P S
RS-232
8
IR IN
9
0
FW
LINK
S
IR OUT
HDBaseT IN
HDMI OUT
Set top box
AT-UHD-PRO3-1616M
AT-IR-CS-TX
HDBaseT OUT
1ED
2ED
3ED
4ED
5ED
6ED
7ED
8ED
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
L 2 R
L 1 R
2
1
S
S
S
L 3 R
4
3
6
5
S
S
L 4 R
L 5 R
L 6 R
7
9
11
8
S
S
S
10
S
IR IN
12
S
S
S
L 7 R
L 8 R
13
15
S
14
S
16
S
S
L 9 R
L 10 R
L 11 R
L 12 R
1
3
5
7
2
S
20
HDMI OUT
HDMI IN
AUDIO OUT
18
19
S
4
S
6
S
S
S
MAIN
RS-232 IR IN
8
S
9
S IR OUT
10
S
LAN
S
11
S
12
S
FW
13
S
RX TX
14
15
S
S
16
ON
S
OFF
S
PWR: 100-240VAC 50/60Hz
AT-UHD-EX-70C-RX
POWER
AT-UHD-EX-70C-RX
FW
LINK
2.4
5
RX TX
i
ROUTER
ID
1
3
5
4
6
HDMI
COMPONENT
WIFI 1
DIGITAL
COAX OUT
eSATA
2
3
4
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
12V DC FACTORY
RESTORE
L
SERIAL 1
RELAYS
WIFI 2
R
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO IN
ETHERNET
RS-232
IR IN
IR OUT
HDBaseT IN
HDMI OUT
CONTACTS
4
Control System
VIDEO OUT
S
3
SERIAL 2
GND
SIG
+12V
GND
SIG
+12V
GND
SIG
+12V
GND
SIG
+12V
IR OUT
S
2
2
1
1
ZIGBEE
P
AT-IR-CS-TX
Router
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Matrix Front Panel Functions
The AT-UHD-PRO3-1616M’s front panel has 3 functions: I/O control, EDID, and matrix settings. The
following sections go over step by step setup & control.
I/O Control
To route an input to an output
I.E. Input 1 to output 2
input selection
home screen
AT-UHD-PRO3-1616M
Select Input Number
through
--->
--->
Select input
Enter to confirm
--->
--->
output selection
Select output
Press enter to confirm
--->
through
--->
--->
Feedback =”Input # routed to
Output #”
To route one input to all outputs
I.E. Input 1 to output 1 through 20
home screen
AT-UHD-PRO3-1616M
Select Input Number
--->
--->
Select Function
--->
--->
Select Input to
route to all Outputs
input selection
--->
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--->
Feedback = ”Input # saved to
all outputs”
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EDID Set Up
When the matrix is completely connected and turned on it will load the default EDID, which is the
highest common native resolution of the connected devices. (i.e. In the diagram below the default would
be 1080p with 2ch audio. Multi-channel audio and 3D are not enabled on default mode, unless all devices
support these features.)
4K/UHD-2ch
4K/UHD-Dolby TrueHD
Input 1
Output 1
Blu-ray player
M
1
2
3
POWER
ENTER
DEFAULT
ALL
MEMORY
4
5
6
FCN
CANCEL
EDID
IR
INFO
B
1080p-2ch
Output 2
AT-PRO3HD66M
4K/UHD - Dolby TrueHD
AT-PRO3HD66M
1080p-2ch
Output 3
IR IN
IR IN
IR IN
IR IN
RS-232
FW
IR IN
IR IN
MAIN
MATRIX IN MATRIX OUT
Input 2
CAT5e/6/7
CAT5e/6/7
CAT5e/6/7
IR OUT
CAT5e/6/7
CAT5e/6/7
CAT5e/6/7
IR OUT
IR OUT
IR OUT
IR OUT
IR OUT
BACKUP
COAX OUT
COAX OUT
COAX OUT
COAX OUT
4K/UHD
Set top box
1
2
3
LAN
4
5
6
ZONE 1
HDMI IN
ZONE 2
ZONE 3
HDMI OUT
ZONE 5
ZONE 4
HDMI OUT
ZONE 6
DC 24V
AVR
On default, all devices in the diagram will work at 1080p. If a device is not syncing or a different
resolution is required, internal EDID or EDID copy and load should resolve these issues. The UHDPRO3-1616M can copy and store up to 20 EDIDs to memory.
Step 1: copy an EDID
Before an EDID can be loaded to an input, it must first be copied to the matrix’s memory. Each
display’s EDID can be saved individually to one of the matrix’s twenty preset EDID memories.
home screen
AT-UHD-PRO3-1616M
--->
Select Input Number
Select Function
--->
--->
--->
1 Copy Output EDID
2 Choose Input EDID
--->
output selection
Copy output
EDID
--->
Enter to confirm
through
Feedback=
---> ”Output EDID # to
Memory [Failed/Passed]”
--->
Step 2: load a copied EDID to an input
Once EDIDs have been copied to memory they can be loaded to a specific input.
Note: (refer to the diagram above) Using the EDID of output 3 with input 1 will enable 4K/UHD and Dolby TrueHD to
pass. With these settings, output 2 will receive no audio or video and output 1 will receive no audio.
home screen
AT-UHD-PRO3-1616M
Select Input Number
--->
--->
Select Function
--->
--->
1 Copy Output EDID
2 Choose Input EDID
--->
input selection
--->
Select input EDID
--->
through
--->
Input:
Press Enter --->
Current:Default
memory selection
--->
Input:
Mode:
1:Dflt 2:Saved 3:Int
Load EDID Memory
1? Press Enter
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--->
--->
--->
Select Input
EDID
Memory (1-20)
--->
through
--->
Feedback = ”EDID # loaded
to Input #”
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Step 3: Load an internal EDID to an input
If the first two steps don’t produce the correct resolution or audio configuration, the fourteen
internal EDIDs should resolve the issue.
Internal EDID options
Front panel display readout
EDID 1: 1080P 2CH audio
ATL 1080P 2CH
EDID 2: 1080P HD multi-channel audio 7.1*
ATL 1080P Multi CH
EDID 3: 1080P Dolby Digital/DTS 5.1
ATL 1080P DD
EDID 4: 1080P 3D 2CH audio
ATL 1080P 3D 2CH
EDID 5: 1080P 3D HD multi-channel audio 7.1*
ATL 1080P 3D MultiCH
EDID 6: 1080P 3D Dolby Digital/DTS 5.1
ATL 1080P 3D DD
EDID 7: 720P 2CH audio
ATL 720P 2CH
EDID 8: 720P Dolby Digital/DTS 5.1
ATL 720P DD
EDID 9: 1280x800 RGB 2CH audio
ATL 1280x800 RGB 2CH
EDID 10: 1366x768 RGB 2CH audio
ATL 1366x768 RGB 2CH
EDID 11: 1080P DVI**ATL 1080P DVI
EDID 12: 1280x800 DVI**ATL 1280x800 RGB DVI
EDID 13: 3840x2160 2CH audio
ATL UHD 2CH
EDID 14: 3840x2160 multi-channel audio 7.1*
ATL UHD MultiCH
* Recommended EDID for AVR use
** Recommended EDID for DVI projectors use
home screen
AT-UHD-PRO3-1616M
--->
Select Input Number
--->
Select Function
--->
--->
1 Copy Output EDID
2 Choose Input EDID
--->
input selection
Select input EDID
--->
--->
Input:
Mode:
1:Dflt 2:Saved 3:Int
--->
--->
--->
--->
through
--->
Int EDID
+ enter
ATL _____ ____
--->
--->
Input:
Press Enter
Current:Default
--->
Internal EDID selection
1 - Cycles through
EDIDs in ascending
order
2 - Cycles through
EDIDs in descending
order
Feedback = ”Int EDID # saved
to input #”
RS-232 and TCP/IP commands:
To access different EDIDs through RS-232 or TCP/IP, the following commands must be used.
Command
Feedback
Description
EDIDMSetX default EDIDMSetX default Sets the EDID of an input to the default EDID
Ex. EDIDMset2 default - sets input 2 to default
EDIDMSetX saveY
EDIDMSetX saveY
Sets the EDID of an input to the previously saved EDID memory
Ex. EDIDMset1 save3 - sets input 1 to EDID memory 3
EDIDMSetX intZ
EDIDMSetX intZ
Sets the EDID of an input to one of the internal EDIDs
Ex. EDIDMset3 int6 - sets input 3 to the internal EDID - 1080p 3D Dolby
Digital 5.1
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Matrix Status
When installing or troubleshooting it’s important to verify settings, or be able to come back to a
project and see how it was set up. The AT-UHD-PRO3-1616M matrix settings are viewable through
the front panel display. View current I/O settings, firmware version, IP, MAC Address, and the RS232 baud rates of not just the matrix but output zones as well.
View current I/O settings
home screen
AT-UHD-PRO3-1616M
Select Input Number
--->
--->
O 1
I x
2
x
3
x
4
x
5
x
6
x
--->
--->
O 7
I x
--->
--->
O 13 14 15 16 17 18
I x x x x x x
--->
--->
O 19 20
I x x
8 9 10 11 12
x x x x x
View Firmware/Baud Rate settings
home screen
--->
AT-UHD-PRO3-1616M
FW Ver: 0.X.XX
--->
--->
-----
Select Function
IP Address:
XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
--->
--->
Press INFO to cycle through
the IP Address, IP Port, and
MAC Address
--->
IP Port
----- 23
--->
------------------------------------------------------------
AT-UHD-PRO3-1616M
Select Input Number
----- MAC Address
B8:98:B0:03:0D:4C
TX Baud Rate
----- 115200
--->
EX. 115200, 9600, etc
--->
Matrix Baud Rate
----- RX 01 Baud Rate
XXXX
--->
Press 2 to cycle through the
baud rates of each output.
Output Baud Rate
Factory Reset
Press and hold the and buttons for 5 seconds for the factory reset to occur
Note: The matrix will not display any signs of the reset. Please wait 5 additional seconds and resume normal operation
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LAN
For convenience, the matrix comes with DHCP default on. This ensures the matrix IP will not
override another device.
To find the matrix IP:
home screen
AT-UHD-PRO3-1616M
Select Input Number
--->
AT-UHD-PRO3-1616M --->
FW Ver: 0.3.XX
--->
--->
Select Function
--->
IP Address:
X.X.X.X
IP Address
--->
EX. 010.010.001.200
The address to type into the
browser would be 10.10.1.200
Browser WebGUI
Atlona has created an easy to use WebGUI for changing settings and controlling the matrix.
To begin, plug a LAN cable into the matrix and your network router, then type the IP address of the
matrix into a web browser (as seen below).
Important: If any stability issues are experienced, disable any anti-virus or firewall that may be
interfering with network communication to the Matrix. Once set up is done and the
matrix GUI is no longer being used, the firewall and anti-virus can be re-enabled.
A login screen will appear (this is the same log in for admin and general users). For the first log in (and future
admin changes) the username is “root” and password is “Atlona”.
Note: Admin password can be changed within the WebGUI (see page 16).
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The home page will allow the user to see the general system information, download the matrix log,
and save/load system settings. The information displayed will help figure out if the matrix is up to
date, how long it has been running, and other key information.
The Download Log button is for Atlona Tech Support Team only. Tech Support may request the log
be sent to them for more in depth troubleshooting.
Note: To save the log, press the “Download Log” button. The file will automatically save to the
“download” folder.
Save System Settings will backup the current settings of: network, users, I/O labels, and the current
I/O settings of the matrix. If the matrix requires a factory reset, the backed up settings can be
loaded onto the matrix.
Note: To save the system settings, press the “Save System settings” button. The file will automatically save to
the download folder. The file can be renamed (using a project name may make the file easier to find
later) but the file extension should not be altered (altering the extension may corrupt or make the file
unusable).
Note: To load the system settings, click the browse button on the WebGUI. Once the search folder displays,
select the file and press the load button. A progress bar will display to make it easier to know when
the upload is complete. If a restart is required, a prompt will display.
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The firmware page displays the matrix, HDBaseT transmitter chips, and HDBaseT receivers firmware
version and provides an easy way to update.
Download the most current firmware from http://atlona.com/UHD-PRO3-1616M.html. Once the
firmware is on the computer use the browse button to select the correct file. Press the update
button and a progress bar will display. If a restart is required, the WebGUI will display a prompt.
The network page enables the matrix IP settings to be altered. If a static IP is required, then DHCP
needs to be turned off. Once off, the settings will be available to change.
Login mode, when on, will request a password whenever a control device is connected to the
matrix.
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The control page will allow simple functions to be changed. Turn the matrix on/off, IR front panel
receiver window on/off, and front panel key lock on/off. The time zone and baud rates (for matrix and
zone outputs) can be altered as well.
The Users page allows non-admin users to be added or the admin username and password to be
changed.
Only 3 non-admin users can be added. Type in the username and password to the fields and press
add. Users will not have the ability to access this page.
Admin password (default username=”root” and password=”Atlona”) can also be changed. Be sure to write
this information down as admin is the only profile allowed to add/remove users.
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Note: Default label is Input_X or Output_X.
Labels will follow corresponding ports.
Ex. Input 6 will default to label Input_6
The I/O page makes an easy way to set up input and output routing and labeling.
The inputs and outputs have the option for labeling to help make routing and switching simpler.
Label each input and output individually. Select what source or zone that is to be labeled, type the
name in the box, and press change.
Note: Labels are limited to 16 characters and no spaces
I/O routing includes mirror mode for the HDMI ports.
Mirror Mode:
On - HDBaseT outputs are selectable from the drop down menu. The HDMI port will output the
same audio and video of the selected HDBaseT output
Off (Matrix Mode) - Any of the connected inputs are selectable from the drop down menu. The HDMI
port will output audio and video from the source to a local display.
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The Route Memory page provides set up, labeling, and configuration of up to 20 preset memories
for fast and easy control.
Set Up
- Select Route Memory # from the ‘Preset Select’ drop down menu
- Set the input/output routes
- Save to memory
- Label the route memory preset
- Repeat as needed until all route memories are saved
Note: Switching does not occur during the set up and labeling of route memory.
To apply route memory to the matrix: Select the route memory # from the memory selection drop
down menu and press the ‘Select’ button.
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The EDID page is used for saving EDIDs, loading EDIDs, or using internal EDIDs on the input ports.
Each output will have an individual EDID that can be saved to memory. The matrix has 20 available
EDID memory presets. Each display EDID can be saved to the corresponding memory number.
Ex. Output 2 to EDID memory 2. Once saved, the EDIDs can be loaded to the input to ensure compatibility.
Internal EDIDs can also be loaded to inputs. There are 14 internal EDIDs. The list can be found on
page 11.
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The HDCP page provides a quick way to see whether a display is HDCP compliant or not and the
version supported. This page will give multiple status readouts: No Connection, Compliant 1.X,
Compliant 2.X, and Non-Compliant.
The HDBT page provides testing of Ethernet cables connected to the HDBaseT port on the matrix.
To perform an HDBaseT test, do the following:
1. Select the desired HDBaseT port from the HDBT Zone drop-down list.
2. Connect an active HDMI source to the matrix.
3. Ensure that the source and sink are operating correctly.
4. Click the Start button.
Refer to the Test Instructions on this page for information on interpreting the test results.
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The audio page supports adjustment of 5 band EQ for the analog audio outputs ensuring the best
audio performance for each zone. 5 band frequency options at 63Hz, 250Hz, 1kHz, 4kHz, and
8kHz as well as zone output volume and mute.
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RS-232
Connection
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)
Wire color will
differ by cable
manufacturer.
1
RX TX
RS-232
5
4
3
1
2
RS-232 is often connected through a DB 9-pin to captive screw
connector. The pins will have functions associated with them,
some will be unassigned.
Note: Typical DB9 connectors use pin 2 for TX, pin 3 for RX, and pin 5
for ground. On some devices functions of pins 2 and 3 are
reversed.
9
8
7
6
Set Up
To set up the RS-232 hyperterminal (if not using 3rd party software) use the following steps:
1. Connect the UHD-PRO3-1616M to a PC using a DB9 to USB cable
a. Remove the DB9 connector, strip and connect the wires to the included captive screw
connector (as explained above), then connect the captive screw connector to the matrix
2. Go to the Device Manager folder (see picture A)
3. Find the UHD-PRO3-1616M COM port and right click with a mouse and select properties
(see picture B)
NOTE: If unsure which COM port is the UHD-PRO3-1616M, unplug the cable and plug it back in. It will
disappear and reappear on the COM port list.
4. Under the properties menu select the port settings tab and update the menu to the UHD-PRO31616M default settings of: Bits Per Second: 115200, Data Bits: 8, Parity: None, Stop Bits: 1 and
Flow Control: None. (see picture C)
Set up is done and any hyperterminal program may be used to control the UHD-PRO3-1616M now.
B
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RS-232 & TCP/IP Control Commands
The command codes are case sensitive, do not change capitalization, spacing, or lettering.
Command
PWON
PWOFF
PWSTA
Feedback
PWON
PWOFF
PWx
Description
Power on
Power off
Will display the power status of the matrix
Version
Type
Lock
Unlock
All#
Firmware #
Model #
Lock
Unlock
x1AVx1,x2AVx2,...
Brings up the current firmware version
Brings up the model information
Locks the front panel of the matrix so no buttons are active
Unlocks the front panel of the matrix, enabling the buttons again
Resets all inputs to corresponding outputs
x1$
x1$
Turns off output channel
x1All
x1All
Sets selected input to all outputs
x1AVx2
x1AVx2
Switch input to output
x1AVx2,x3,x4
x1AVx2,x3,x4
Switch input to multiple outputs
MirrorHdmiX OutY
MirrorHdmiX OutY
Mirror the HDMI output port with an HDBaseT output port
UnMirrorX
UnMirrorX
Removes the chosen HDMI port from mirror mode
VOUTX +
VOUTX (YY)
Turns the volume of the chosen output (X) up one step
VOUTX -
VOUTX (YY)
Turns the volume of the chosen output (X) down one step
VOUTX (YY)
VOUTX (YY)
Set the volume of the chosen output (X) to a specific (YY) level
VOUTX sta
VOUTMuteX Y
VOUTX (YY)
VOUTMuteX Y
Displays the current volume level of the chosen output (X)
Mute the volume level of the chosen analog output Y=on,off,sta
IROFF
IRON
Statusx1
Status
Disables the front panel IR receiver window
Enables the front panel IR receiver window
Shows what input is connected to selected output
Displays which inputs are currently connected to which outputs
SaveY
IROFF
IRON
x7AVx1
x1AVx1,x2AVx2,
x3AVx4, ....
SaveY
RecallY
RecallY
Recalls saved I/O route settings for the chosen preset number
ClearY
ClearY
Erases the saved I/O route settings for the chosen preset number
Ex. x3AVx7
Ex. x3AVx1,x4
Ex. UnMirror6
Ex. VOUT2 +
Ex. VOUT3 Ex. VOUT1 (-50)
Ex. VOUTMute2 on
Ex. Save2
Ex. Recall2
Ex. Clear2
Ex. x3AVx7
Ex. x3AVx1,x4
Ex. UnMirror6
Ex. VOUT2 (-70)
Ex. VOUT3 (12)
Ex. VOUT1 (-50)
Ex. VOUTMute2 on
Ex. Save2
Ex. Recall2
Ex. Clear2
Ex. Power is on, feedback will be PWON
Ex. input 1 to output 1, input 2 to output 2, input 3 to output 3, etc
Ex. to turn off output 3 = x3$
Ex. x3All would set input 3 to all
Ex. input 3 to output 7
Ex. Switch input 3 to output 1 and 4
Ex. Mirror HDMI 6 with Output 1: MirrorHdmi6 Out1
Ex. Unmirror HDMI 6 and no longer follows an HDBaseT output
Ex. Turn the volume up from level -71dB to -70dB on analog output 2
Ex. Turn the volume down from level 13dB to 12dB on analog output 3
Ex. Set the volume to -50dB on output 1
Ex. Mute the volume of analog output 2
Saves I/O route settings for future use, preset options 0 to 8
Mreset
Mreset
Sets matrix back to the default settings
RS232zoneX[command] RS232zoneX[command] Send commands to devices connected to the receiver RS-232 ports.
Commands are the same as the ones stated in this table. X = zone #
Ex. RS232zone1[PWRO]
Ex. RS232zone1[PWRO]
Ex. Turning the power on for the device connected in zone 1
Each command or feedback is terminated with a carriage return.
Note: If the command fails or is incorrect the feedback should be “Command FAILED”
To help with zone troubleshooting the matrix will broadcast “#*PORTXX_[feedback]” when receiving any feedback from any zone.
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Command
Feedback
Description
IPCFG
IP Addr : x.x.x.x
Netmask : x.x.x.x
Gateway : x.x.x.x
IP Port: x.x.x
Displays IP address configuration
IPTimeout XX
IPTimeout XX
(Ex. IPTimeout120)
Determines amount of seconds of inactivity before TCP/IP
disconnects
IPQuit
IPQuit
Logs out of TCP/IP
IPAddUser
TCP/IP username & password list: Will display a list of users
- user password
- user password
- user password
IPAddUser X Y
TCP/IP user was added
Add a user for TCP/IP control. X=User Y=Password
Ex. IPAddUser Atlona 1234 (User=Atlona 1234=Password)
IPDelUser X
TCP/IP user was deleted
Delete a user from TCP/IP X=User (Ex. IPDelUser Atlona)
IPDHCP sta
IPDHCP sta
Ex. IPDHCP on
Displays the status of DHCP
IPDHCP on
IPDHCP on
Turns DHCP on
IPDHCP off
IPDHCP off
Turns DHCP off
IPStatic X Y Z
IPStatic address netmask gateway Sets a static IP address
Ex. IPStatic 192.168.1.1 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.200
IPPort
IPPort Y
Set the TCP/IP port (ex. IPPort 230)
IPLogin sta
IPLogin sta
Displays IPLogin status
IPLogin on
IPLogin on
Enables IPLogin
IPLogin off
IPLogin off
Disables IPLogin
Broadcast sta
Broadcast sta
Displays broadcast mode status
Broadcast on
Broadcast on
Enables broadcast mode
Broadcast off
Broadcast off
Disables broadcast mode
Ex. IPLogin on
Ex. IPLogin is on
IR Remote Control
Power
On
Off
Input
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Output
1
2
3
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
+
Volume
-
AT-MRC
4
Turn the Matrix on or off (standby).
Input selection. Numbers correspond with the HDMI inputs (1-16)
on the matrix.
Output selection. Numbers correspond with the outputs (1-16) on
the matrix.
Volume control. Adjust analog audio output volume up and
down or mute.
Note: Do not use any other battery than what is provided by Atlona. If the
battery does not work, please contact Atlona for a replacement.
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Captive Screw
Captive screw connectors are an added feature on the UHD-PRO3-1616M matrix. The captive screw
connectors allow you to cut cables down 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.
Clockwise
Turn the screws
clockwise to raise the
contact bar to the
upper contact plate and
hold the wires in place.
Counter
Clockwise
Turn the screws
counter clockwise
to lower the contact
bar to release the
wires.
Two types of female captive screw connectors have been included: 4
pin (IR and Audio) and 5 pin (RS-232/IR).
Audio and IR
RS-232/IR
The wires of the emitter is marked to differenciate pin outs.
Note: To view pin outs of audio and RS-232, see pages 7 and 22.
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.
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Specifications
Video Resolutions
Video 4096x2160@24/25/30/50*/60Hz*, 3840x2160@24/25/30/50*/60Hz* (UHD),
2048x1080p, 1080p@23.98/24/25/29.97/30/50/59.94/60Hz,
1080i@50/59.94/60Hz, 720p@50/59.94/60Hz, 576p, 576i, 480p, 480i
VESA
2560x2048, 2560x1600, 2048x1536, 1920x1200, 1680x1050, 1600x1200,
1600x900, 1440x900, 1400x1050, 1366x768, 1360x768, 1280x1024,
1280x800, 1280x768, 1152x768, 1024x768, 800x600, 640x480
YUV, RGB
4:4:4, 4:2:2, 4:2:0*
8-bit, 10-bit, 12-bit
Color Space
Chroma Subsampling
Color Depth
Audio
Analog Out
HDMI/HDBaseT Out
Sample Rate
Bit Rate
PCM 2Ch (de-embedded)
PCM 2Ch, LPCM 5.1, LPCM 7.1, Dolby Digital, DTS 5.1, Dolby Digital Plus,
Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio, Dolby Atmos
32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz, 176.4kHz, 192kHz
up to 24-bit
Distance
Ports 1-8:
CAT5e/6 @ 4K
CAT6a/7 @ 4K
CAT5e/6 @ 1080p
Ports 9-16:
CAT5e/6 @ 4K
CAT6a/7 @ 4K
CAT5e/6 @ 1080p
CAT6a/7 @ 1080p
HDMI IN/OUT
4K
1080p
up to 70 meters
up to 100 meters
up to 100 meters
up to 230 feet
up to 328 feet
up to 328 feet
up to 35 meters
up to 40 meters
up to 60 meters
up to 70 meters
up to 115 feet
up to 130 feet
up to 197 feet
up to 230 feet
up to 5 meters
up to 10 meters
up to 15 feet
up to 30 feet
Signal Support
Bandwidth10.2 Gbps
CECNo
HDCP2.2
Temperature
Operating
0°C to 40°C
32°F to 104°F
Storage-40°C to 70°C-40°F to 158°F
Ambient
0°C to 70°C
32°F to 158°F
Humidity
20 to 90% non-condensing
Power
Consumption350W
Idle Consumption
250W
SupplyAC100~240V 50/60Hz
Dimension
H x W x D w/feet
99.02 x 439.74 x 301.63 (mm)
H x W x D w/rack ears 88.63 x 482.60 x 301.63 (mm)
Rack Unit2U
3.90 x 17.31 x 11.88 (inch)
3.49 x 19.00 x 11.88 (inch)
Weight
Device6.21 kg13.70 lbs
Certification
Product
CE, FCC, RoHS, RCM, TUV
*4096x2160@50/60Hz & 3840x2160@50/60Hz supported @ chroma subsampling 4:2:0 8-bit only
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Safety Information
Safeguards
To reduce the risk of electric shock,
do not expose this product to rain or
moisture
Do not modify the wall plug. Doing so
will void the warranty and safety features.
If the wall plug does not fit into your
local power socket, hire an electrician to
replace your obsolete socket.
This equipment should be installed near
a grounded socket outlet and the device
should be easily accessible in the case it
requires disconnection.
Precautions
FCC regulations state that any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment, not
expressly approved by the manufacturer, could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
In the event of an electrostatic discharge this device may automatically turn off. If this occurs,
unplug the device and plug it back in.
Protect and route power cords so they will not be stepped on or pinched by anything placed on or
against them. Be especially careful of plug-ins or cord exit points from this product.
Avoid excessive humidity, sudden temperature changes or temperature extremes.
Keep this product away from wet locations such as bathtubs, sinks, laundries, wet basements, fish
tanks, and swimming pools.
Use only accessories recommended by Atlona to avoid fire, shock, or other hazards.
Unplug the product before cleaning. Use a damp cloth for cleaning and not cleaning fluid or
aerosols. Such products could enter the unit and cause damage, fire, or electric shock. Some
substances may also mar the finish of the product.
Never open, remove unit panels, or make any adjustments not described in this manual. Attempting
to do so could expose you to dangerous electrical shock or other hazards. It may also cause damage
to your product. Opening the product will void the warranty.
Do not attempt to service the unit. Disconnect the product and contact your authorized Atlona
reseller or contact Atlona directly.
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Atlona, Inc. (“Atlona”) Limited Product Warranty Policy
Coverage
Atlona warrants its products will substantially perform to their published specifications and will be free from defects in
materials and workmanship under normal use, conditions and service.
Under its Limited Product Warranty, Atlona, at its sole discretion, will either:
A) repair or facilitate the repair of defective products within a reasonable period of time, restore products to their
proper operating condition and return defective products free of any charge for necessary parts, labor and shipping
OR
B) replace and return, free of charge, any defective products with direct replacement or with similar products deemed
by Atlona to perform substantially the same function as the original products
OR
C) refund the pro-rated value based on the remaining term of the warranty period, not to exceed MSRP, in cases
where products are beyond repair and/or no direct or substantially similar replacement products exist.
Repair, replacement or refund of Atlona’s products is the purchaser’s exclusive remedy and Atlona’s liability does not
extend to any other damages, incidental, consequential or otherwise.
This Limited Product Warranty extends to the original end-user purchaser of Atlona’s products and is non-transferrable to
any subsequent purchaser(s) or owner(s) of these products.
Coverage Periods
Atlona’s Limited Product Warranty Period begins on the date of purchase by the end-purchaser. The date contained on
the end-purchaser ‘s sales or delivery receipt is the proof purchase date.
Limited Product Warranty Terms – New Products
• 10 years from proof of purchase date for hardware/electronics products purchased on or after June 1, 2013
• 3 years from proof of purchase date for hardware/electronics products purchased before June 1, 2013
• Lifetime Limited Product Warranty for all cable products
Limited Product Warranty Terms – Refurbished (B-Stock) Products
• 3 years from proof of purchase date for all Refurbished (B-Stock) hardware and electronic products purchased on or
after June 1, 2013
Remedy
Atlona recommends that end-purchasers contact their authorized Atlona dealer or reseller from whom they purchased
their products. Atlona can also be contacted directly. Visit www.atlona.com for Atlona’s contact information and hours
of operation. Atlona requires that a dated sales or delivery receipt from an authorized dealer, reseller or end-purchaser is
provided before Atlona extends its warranty services. Additionally, a return merchandise authorization (RMA) and/or case
number, is required to be obtained from Atlona in advance of returns.
Atlona requires that products returned are properly packed, preferably in the original carton, for shipping. Cartons not
bearing a return authorization or case number will be refused. Atlona, at its sole discretion, reserves the right to reject
any products received without advanced authorization. Authorizations can be requested by calling 1-877-536-3976 (US
toll free) or 1-408- 962-0515 (US/international) or via Atlona’s website at www.atlona.com.
Exclusions
This Limited Product Warranty excludes:
• Damage, deterioration or malfunction caused by any alteration, modification, improper use, neglect, improper
packing or shipping (such claims must be presented to the carrier), lightning, power surges, or other acts of nature.
• Damage, deterioration or malfunction resulting from the installation or removal of this product from any installation,
any unauthorized tampering with this product, any repairs attempted by anyone unauthorized by Atlona to make
such repairs, or any other cause which does not relate directly to a defect in materials and/or workmanship of this
product.
• Equipment enclosures, cables, power supplies, batteries, LCD displays, and any accessories used in conjunction with
the product(s).
• Products purchased from unauthorized distributors, dealers, resellers, auction websites and similar unauthorized
channels of distribution.
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Disclaimers
This Limited Product Warranty does not imply that the electronic components contained within Atlona’s products will
not become obsolete nor does it imply Atlona products or their electronic components will remain compatible with any
other current product, technology or any future products or technologies in which Atlona’s products may be used in
conjunction with. Atlona, at its sole discretion, reserves the right not to extend its warranty offering in instances arising
outside its normal course of business including, but not limited to, damage inflicted to its products from acts of god.
Limitation on Liability
The maximum liability of Atlona under this limited product warranty shall not exceed the original Atlona MSRP for
its products. To the maximum extent permitted by law, Atlona is not responsible for the direct, special, incidental or
consequential damages resulting from any breach of warranty or condition, or under any other legal theory. Some
countries, districts or states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of relief, special, incidental, consequential or indirect
damages, or the limitation of liability to specified amounts, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
Exclusive Remedy
To the maximum extent permitted by law, this limited product warranty and the remedies set forth above are exclusive
and in lieu of all other warranties, remedies and conditions, whether oral or written, express or implied. To the maximum
extent permitted by law, Atlona specifically disclaims all implied warranties, including, without limitation, warranties of
merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. If Atlona cannot lawfully disclaim or exclude implied warranties
under applicable law, then all implied warranties covering its products including warranties of merchantability and fitness
for a particular purpose, shall provide to its products under applicable law. If any product to which this limited warranty
applies is a “Consumer Product” under the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act (15 U.S.C.A. §2301, ET SEQ.) or other
applicable law, the foregoing disclaimer of implied warranties shall not apply, and all implied warranties on its products,
including warranties of merchantability and fitness for the particular purpose, shall apply as provided under applicable
law.
Other Conditions
Atlona’s Limited Product Warranty offering gives legal rights, and other rights may apply and vary from country to
country or state to state. This limited warranty is void if (i) the label bearing the serial number of products have been
removed or defaced, (ii) products are not purchased from an authorized Atlona dealer or reseller. A comprehensive list of
Atlona’s authorized distributors, dealers and resellers can be found at www.atlona.com .
Atlona, Inc Product Registration
Thank you for purchasing this Atlona product. - We hope you enjoy it and will take an extra few
moments to register your new purchase.
Registration creates an ownership record if your product is lost or stolen and helps ensure you’ll
receive notification of performance issues and firmware updates.
At Atlona we respect and protect your privacy, assuring you that your registration information is
completely secure. Atlona product registration is completely voluntary and failure to register will not
diminish your limited warranty rights.
To register go to: http://www.atlona.com/registration
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