Atlona 6 Input Switcher and
Scaler with HDBaseT and
Mirrored HDMI Output
AT-UHD-CLSO-612ED
User Manual
Please check http://www.atlona.
com/product/AT-UHD-CLSO612ED 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. Panel Descriptions a. Front Panel
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b. Rear Panel
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5. Wall/Rack Mounts
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6. Category Cable
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7. Analog Multi-Format Inputs
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8. Audio Connections
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9. Microphone
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10. On Screen Display
.......................................................................................... 9-11
11. TCP/IP and GUI
.......................................................................................... 12-20
12. IR.......................................................................................... 21-23
13. RS-232
a. Connection
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b. Set Up
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c. Commands.......................................................................................... 25-27
d. IP Commands
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e. Baud Rate
.......................................................................................... 28-29
f. Control Diagram
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14. Connection & Installation
.......................................................................................... 30-31
15. Control Drivers
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16. CLSO-612 Updating
.......................................................................................... 31
17. Specifications
.......................................................................................... 32-33
18. Safety.......................................................................................... 33
19. Warranty.......................................................................................... 34-35
20. Registration
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Introduction
The Atlona AT-UHD-CLSO-612ED is an advanced six-input, multi-format switcher with 4K scaling,
Ethernet-enabled HDBaseT™, and PoE capabilities. It simplifies classroom and small office system
integration by providing two HDBaseT inputs, two HDMI inputs, two multi-function analog inputs,
plus mirrored HDBaseT and HDMI outputs. Advanced Automatic System Control (AASC) features
on the switcher provide automatic display control and automatic input selection. An internal
Ethernet hub in on the switcher enables control signal pass-through and network distribution. The
AT-UHD-CLSO-612ED contains a full RS-232 signal distribution system to route control signals to
local sources and displays. Professional audio features such as a microphone input with 48-volt
phantom power and ducking eliminates additional voice-lift audio needs. The switcher is configured
and managed by Atlona Management System software to reduce installation time and enable
remote support. The AT-UHD-CLSO-612ED addresses a wide array of AV switching and processing
needs often encountered in classrooms, conference rooms, boardrooms, training rooms and other
presentation settings.
Package Contents
• 1 x AT-UHD-CLSO-612ED
• 11 x Female captive screw connector
6 pin: audio, 5 pin: IR, 3 pin: RS-232, 3 pin: MIC/Line
• 1 x 48V/3.125A DC power supply adaptor
• 1 x Pair of dual purpose wall/rack mounts
• 1 x IR remote control
• 1 x User manual
Features
• Accepts HDMI and HDBaseT inputs from up to 328 feet away
• Multifunctional VGA ports for RGBHV, component, S-Video, and composite signals
• Microphone (dynamic, phantom, and line) input with ducking
• HDBaseT output mirrored to HDMI output
• Automatic display control
• Auto switching - automated switching to last connected source without using a control system
• Balanced audio inputs for embedding audio
• Balanced (+4 dbu) analog audio output for de-embedding audio to amplifiers or audio systems
• Upscaling and downscaling to ensure compatibility with any display or source up to 4K resolution
• Control via RS-232, IR, TCP/IP, WebGUI, and multi-language On-Screen Display
• Master and sub volume control
• Adjust treble and bass on audio output to ensure the best speaker performance
• PoE to HDBaseT inputs and outputs (no power required with compatible devices)
• HDCP Compliant with management for non-compliant HDCP sinks
• Supports 3D pass through
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Panel Description
Front Panel
<
1
2
3
4
5
MENU
6
<
>
ENTER
MUTE
VOLUME
<
POWER
AT-UHD-CLSO-612ED
INPUT
2
1
RX TX
5
48V
1
MIC
+
RX TX
RS-232
2
LINE
-
+
RX TX
RS-232
MIC/LINE IN
FUNCTION
5
L
-
R
+
6
-
RX TX
+
RS-232
AUDIO IN
6
L
-
R
+
AUDIO IN
3
-
4
7
RX TX
RS-232
L
5
+
R
-
IN
+
-
P
6
OUT
MASTER
7
S
S
RX TX
AUDIO OUT
RS-232
-
+
1. Power: Use to turn the unit on, place into standby, or turn the display on/off. LED will illuminate
blue for on and red for standby
2. Input: Switch between inputs - current input is blue
1 - HDMI input 1 - Used while updating MCU firmware
2 - HDMI input 2 - Used while updating OSD firmware
3 - HDBaseT input 1 - Used while updating DSP firmware
4 - HDBaseT input 2 - Used while updating FPGA firmware
5 - Multifunction analog input 1
6 - Multifunction analog input 2
3. Menu: Access the OSD menu - also used as a back button within the OSD
4. Enter: Select options within the OSD menu
5. < and >: Changes values of the currently select option (e.g. contrast to 50)
6. Mute: Silences all audio output from the CLSO-612ED and (when programmed - see page X) mutes
the display
7. Volume ^/ : Used to adjust volume (CLSO or Display) and navigate the OSD menu
1
HDMI IN
3
2
HDBaseT IN
4
5
VGA IN
6
HDMI OUT
HDBaseT OUT
LAN
FW
DC 48V
^
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<
Back Panel
1
2
3
4
5
MENU
6
>
ENTER
<
MUTE
VOLUME
<
POWER
9
10
AT-UHD-CLSO-612ED
11
2
1
MIC
RX TX
+
RX TX
RS-232
12
INPUT
5
48V
5
L
13
FUNCTION
R
6
6
L
R
L
7
14
R
IN
OUT
S
S
MASTER
LINE
-
+
RX TX
RS-232
MIC/LINE IN
-
+
-
RX TX
+
RS-232
AUDIO IN
-
+
-
RX TX
RS-232
AUDIO IN
+
-
+
-
P
RX TX
AUDIO OUT
RS-232
+
-
1
2
HDMI IN
3
1
HDBaseT IN
2
4
5
6
VGA IN
3
HDMI OUT
HDBaseT OUT
LAN
FW
DC 48V
4
5
6
7
8
1. HDMI 1 and 2: Connect HDMI sources here
2. HDBaseT 3 and 4 (blue): Connect HDBaseT transmitters here (e.g. AT-HDVS-200-TX, etc)
Note: Power source equipment (PSE) transmitters require external power (e.g. AT-UHD-EX-100CE-TX, etc)
3. VGA 5 and 6: Connect analog video sources here
Note: Compatible with component, composite, and S-Video signals
4. HDMI Output: Connect to local display
5. HDBaseT (blue) Output: Connect to an HDBaseT PoE receivers (e.g. AT-UHD-EX-100CE-RX, etc)
Note: Compatible PoE receivers do not need power
6. LAN (black) port: Connect network switch or router to this port for Ethernet, TCP/IP, or
webGUI control
7. FW port: Firmware update port, connect a mini USB to USB A cable to a computer
Note: Firmware is downloadable through http://www.atlona.com/product/AT-UHD-CLSO-612ED/
8. DC 48V port: Connect included power supply here
9. IR ports: IR control systems and compatible IR emitters connect to this port (see pages 20-21)
10. MIC/LINE IN: Connect a microphone to this port
11. MIC Switch: Match microphone input to type of microphone in use
12. Audio In: Audio input ports for analog inputs 5 and 6
13. Audio Out: Audio output to audio amplifiers (e.g. AT-PA100-G2) or audio systems
14. RS-232 ports: Connect a control system to these ports for zone and display control
Note: To ensure compatibility, please be certain both transmitter and receiver have blue HDBaseT ports. Blue
ports indicate PoE (48V) compliancy. The CLSO-612ED cannot power PoCC (black RJ45, 24V)
receivers/transmitters.
Wall/Rack mounts
A pair of mounts are included for quick and easy installation to a rack or wall.
p
p
A
p
p
To install the CLSO-612ED in a rack, use the screws already in the case (A-pictured below)
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p
B
p
p
To install the CLSO-612ED on a wall or under a desk/table, use the screws already in the case (B pictured above)
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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
Shielding
Solid
Stranded - Patch
cable
(Not recommended)
Type of LAN cable
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 20
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 cables should use only CAT5e RJ45 connectors
CAT6 cables should use only CAT6 connectors
CAT6a cables should use only CAT6a connectors
CAT7 cables should use only CAT7 connectors
Using the wrong size connectors may result in interference causing loss of signal.
Important! “EZ RJ45 connectors” are not recommended with HDBaseT extenders. Doing so may result in interference
with audio and video transmission.
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Analog Multi-Function Inputs
The CLSO-612ED multi-function analog inputs (Input 5 and 6) can be used with most analog video
signal formats including VGA (with DDC), RGBHV (without DDC), component (YUV), S-Video, or
composite video. Balanced analog audio can be input and embedded using the provided captive
screw connectors.
Each format can be directly accessed from RS-232, IR, or IP control. Front panel buttons sequentially
progress through each input format. The last format used is the first source selected when returning
to these inputs. Unused formats can be removed from the sequence using the WebGUI, RS-232, or
IP.
VGA (m) to BNC, VGA (m) to RCA, and S-Video to 2 BNC adaptors can be used to connect sources
to these inputs.
VGA
Use a VGA to VGA cable to ensure that the Preferred Resolution DDC is communicated to your
source.
RGBHV
Use a HD-15 (VGA) to 5 BNC breakout cable for this format. An existing RGBHV analog matrix
switch can be connected here to maintain full function of the analog matrix.
Component
YUV (YPbPr) signal from DVD (or other sources) can be input to the CLSO-612ED using the green (Y),
blue (Pb), and red (Pr) connections on a HD-15 (VGA) to 5 BNC breakout cable or with a common
VGA (m)-Component (3 RCA m) adaptor.
S-Video
YC signal from a VCR or teleconference system can be input to the CLSO-612ED using the blue (Y),
and green (C) connections on a HD-15 (VGA) to 5 BNC (m) breakout cable and a common S-Video (m)
to 2 BNC (f) adaptor
Composite
NTSC, PAL, or Secam video signals can be input to the CLSO-612ED using the blue connection on a
HD-15 (VGA) to 5 BNC (m) breakout cable.
A common application for this type of input would be to connect a RGBHV matrix switcher to the
CLSO-612ED. Then each input to the matrix could be connected to a different format analog signal.
A 3rd party control system could ensure the correct format is selected to match the input to the
switcher.
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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 balanced and unbalanced audio output.
Balanced audio connections use two signal wires and a ground to minimize interference to an audio
signal over longer cable runs. Unbalanced audio connections use two wires for connection with
consumer audio components.
Audio can be routed to any input for use with DVI or other sources. View page XX for commands.
XLR
1(
RCA
Tip (+)
)
3(-)
2(+)
Sleeve (
Ground)
Note: Pin outs may vary, please refer to the audio device’s manual to ensure a correct connection.
Important! When terminating cables, please ensure exposed adjacent wires do not touch. This may result in
a short that can damage connected devices.
BALANCED
L
+
/
-
+ -
UNBALANCED
R
+
L
/
+
-
+ -
-
+
R
+
-
+
Important! With unbalanced connections a jumper is needed between ground and negative to reduce noise
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Microphone Connection
MIC (Dynamic MIC)
48V
MIC/LINE IN
LINE
MIC
+
- Negative
Ground
+ Positive
Connect dynamic or self-powered microphones in
this mode.
-
MIC
Balanced
48V
MIC/LINE IN
LINE
MIC
+
- Negative
Ground
+ Positive
Use this setting for phantom powered
microphones. Supplies 48 volts.
-
MIC
Balanced
48V
MIC
MIC/LINE IN
LINE
+
+
-
Ground
+ Positive
- Negative
9
-
Ground
+ Positive
Connect wireless microphone receivers (or other
sources) with line level outputs using this setting.
Either balanced or unbalanced connections may
be used.
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MIC/LINE IN
LINE
LINE
Balanced
Unbalanced
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On Screen Display (OSD)
Input
Input 1
HDMI 1
Input 2
HDMI 2
Input 3
HDBaseT 1
Input 4
HDBaseT 2
Input 5
VGA 1
Component 1
Composite 1
S-Video 1
Input 6
VGA 2
Component 2
Composite 2
S-Video 2
Audio
Volume
Master
Sub
Video
Bass
Treble
Contrast
-10 to 12 dB
-10 to 12 dB
0 to 100
Brightness
Sharpness
Color
Tint
0 to 100
0 to 30
0 to 100
0 to 100
H Position
0 to 40
Phase
0 to 63
NR
BNR
MNR
RNR
Scale
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-80 to +10db
HDMI 1
-80 to +10db
HDMI 2
-80 to +10db
HDBaseT 1 -80 to +10db
HDBaseT 2 -80 to +10db
Analog 1
-80 to +10db
Analog 2
-80 to +10db
Microphone -80 to +10db
Line In
-80 to 0db
Disabled
Low
Medium
High
Disabled
Low
Medium
High
Disabled
Low
Medium
High
Full
Overscan
Underscan
Letterbox
Panscan
Follow Input
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Setup
Language
English
Spanish
French
German
Transparency
Position
OSD Settings
Menu Timer
Logo
Info Banner
Output Format
HD
Native
UHD
PC-1
PC-2
Network
Network Status
DHCP
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Horizontal
Vertical
10 sec
30 sec
60 sec
On
Off
On
Off
Pass Through
480i@60 (NTSC)
480p@60
720p@60
1080i@60
1080p@60
576i@50 (PAL)
576p@50
720p@50
1080i@50
1080p@50
1080p@24
3840x2160p@24
3840x2160p@25
3840x2160p@30
4096x2160p@24
4096x2160p@30
640x480@60
640x480@72
640x480@75
800x600@60
800x600@72
800x600@75
1024x768@60
1024x768@72
1024x768@75
1280x768@60
1280x800@60
1280x960@60
1280x1024@60
1360x768@60
1366x768@60
1400x1050@60
1440x900@60
1600x900@60
1600x1200@60
1920x1200@60
MAC Address
xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx
IP Address
xxx.xxx.x.xxx
Subnet
xxx.xxx.xxx.x
Gateway
xxx.xxx.x.x
ON
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Note: After selecting a new language, close the menu and reopen it for the change to take effect.
Status
System Info
Software Revision
OSD Revision
FPGA Revision
On-Time (h-m)
Input
Signal Type
Video Format
Aspect
Color Space
Color Depth
Input
Audio Format
Sampling Rate
Channels
Video Info
Audio Info
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x.x.xx (e.g. 1.0.01)
x.x.x (e.g. 1.0.0)
x.x.x (e.g. 1.0.0)
x:xx (e.g. 1:15)
xxxx (e.g. HDMI 1)
xxxx (e.g. HDMI)
xxxx (e.g. 1080i@60)
xxxx (e.g. 16x9)
xxxx (e.g. YUV)
xxxx (e.g. 24)
xxxx (e.g. HDMI 1)
xxxx (e.g. PCM)
xxxx (e.g. 48 KHz)
xxxx (e.g. 2-Ch)
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TCP/IP
For convenience, the CLSO-612ED comes with DHCP on. This enables the switcher to be connected
to a network without concern for overlapping IP addresses with other devices on the network. If
your network does not support DHCP, this feature may be turned off and the IP address set using
RS-232 commands or the WebGUI.
Note: If your system is controlled using IP, it is strongly recommended that you disable DHCP and select a unused IP
address so that your system controller doesn’t lose contact with the switcher.
TCP/IP WebGUI
Atlona has created an easy to use WebGUI for initial setup and later changes to the configuration
of the CLSO-612ED.
To begin, connect the LAN port of the CLSO-612ED to your network. Type the IP address of the
CLSO-612ED into the web browser of a PC connected to the same network (as seen below).
To find the switcher IP: Select “Network Status” within the OSD menu or use RS-232 command “IPCFG”.
Important: If any stability issues are experienced, disable any anti-virus or firewall that may interfere with
network communication to the switcher. Once set up is done and the switcher 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: Only the admin password can be changed (see page 17). The username will always remain “root”.
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The home screen tab will display the general system information. If an HDMI or HDBaseT port is
the current input, audio will display (see image above). If an analog port is selected then no audio
information is displayed. (see below)
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The network set up page will allow the IP information to be changed. When a change is made the
screen will grey and the ability to save or cancel will display at the bottom (see below).
Note: When DHCP is on, the IP address cannot be configured. Turn DHCP off to enable IP configuration.
Note: For a stable connection when using a control system, it is best to set up a static IP. When selecting an IP address,
make certain no other devices on your network are using that IP address.
Note: Be sure to save all changes before moving to the next page.
Login Mode has been added to provide a secure telnet login. Once Login Mode has been turned on
a username and password will be required on all IP connections to the switcher.
Note: Login mode should be in off position when the CLSO is used with control systems that do not support
passwords. If your control system supports password protection, set the login mode to on.
The GUI always requires a password.
Note: The username and password used in IP Login Mode will be the same login information as the WebGUI.
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The settings page is used to set front panel and video options. Select the source from the first
menu. If VGA is selected, more video options will display. (see top of page 16)
System Settings
Power - Turn the switcher on and off
Panel Lock - Locks/unlocks the front panel buttons
Auto Switch - Turns auto switching between HDMI and HDBaseT inputs on/off
VGA auto switch - Turns VGA auto switching on/off
Note: VGA auto switching is only available on VGA and will not work with component, composite, and S-Video
*Component, composite, and S-Video poll settings will grey out when VGA auto switching is on*
Output Resolution
Switch between multiple video output resolutions:
Pass through - Input video will pass to the display without being scaled
Native - Upscales/downscales the output signal to match the HDBaseT display’s preferred resolution
HD - Will upscale/downscale the output signal to match the selected HD resolution
PC - Will upscale/downscale the output signal to match the selected PC resolution
Note: When the output is set to UHD resolutions, UHD sources are passed through without scaling. Frame rates are not
changed. (e.g. if 3840x2160@30Hz input is received, output will remain 30Hz even if output is set to 24Hz)
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HDMI
HDBaseT
Video Settings
VGA/Component/Composite/S-Video
Set the output video settings:
Scale - Sets video output aspect ratio - Full, overscan, letter box, pan and scan, or follow input
Full - Sources always fill the screen, regardless of source aspect ratio
Overscan - Image is slightly zoomed in so that broadcast data at edges is masked
LetterBox - Used to create 16:9 aspect ratio on 4:3 aspect ratio TVs
Pan and Scan - Used to create 4:3 aspect ratio on 16:9 aspect ratio TVs
Follow Input - Aspect ratio on TV matches source aspect ratio
BNR - Block noise reduction - Disabled, low, medium, or high
MNR - Mosquoto noise reduction - Disabled, low, medium, or high
RNR - Random noise reduction - Disabled, low, medium, or high
Contrast* - Sets output white levels - 0 up to 100
Brightness* - Sets output black levels - 0 up to 100
Sharpness* - Sets output sharpness - 0 up to 30
Color* - Sets output color saturation - 0 up to 100
Tint* - Sets output hues - 0 up to 100
H Position* - Sets the horizontal position of the output video
Phase* - Adjusts digital sample timing to minimize image noise
*Only available when inputs 5 and 6 (VGA 1 & VGA 2) are selected
Poll Settings
Turn analog input options on and off. If a selection is unchecked it will not display as an input
option when switching to input 5 or 6.
e.g. In the above picture, only VGA and S-Video would show as a source option
Note: Component, composite, and S-Video poll settings will grey out when VGA auto switching is on
OSD Display Settings
OSD func - Turns the CLSO’s display OSD menu on/off
OSD info - Turns the source information on the display on/off when switching
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Factory Default
Select to reset CLSO back to factory settings.
Note: This will reset the switcher to factory default, including resolutions, audio settings, HDCP settings, etc.
The config page will allow the admin password to be changed, users to be added, and the RS-232
ports to be configured (both CLSO-612ED system ports and the RS-232 I/O ports accessed through the HDBaseT
connections).
Note: User information will display for the admin only.
Note: Only the admin password can be changed. The admin username will always remain “root”. If the admin
password is lost the system must be returned to factory settings and setup repeated.
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The EDID page enables the input preferred timing to be selected and HDCP compliance reporting to
be set. This function is controllable through RS-232 as well.
Note: CLSO-612ED protects HDCP encoded content and will not pass HDCP content to a non-HDCP compliant device.
Note: Some devices flag all content as protected when connected to an HDCP compliant display. This prevents what
should be non-protected content from reaching devices (i.e. teleconference system) through the CLSO-612ED.
Note: When HDCP reporting is non-compliant, only user created content is transmitted. Protected content from all
sources (e.g. BluRay, AppleTV, etc) is blocked.
Audio settings adjust output volume for all sources including the microphone.
Master - Affects all sources at the same time
Inputs - Used to balance levels from each source.
Note: For best results, gains should be balanced between master and source levels.
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Microphone ducking uses the audio level from the microphone to decrease the program level so the
speaker may be heard.
Note: Proper set up is critical for satisfactory operation. If program levels are too high they can trigger the ducking
process.
Note: Setting the microphone volume too high may result in feedback.
It is recommended that a handheld or headset microphone be used with ducking to reduce
feedback and maximize the difference between voice and program levels.
Best results are received with the following sequence:
1. Set master volume to 0. (This is 10 db below maximum)
2. Raise appropriate microphone (or line in) volume until just below feedback or adequate volume
is reached (whichever setting is lower). - Master level and amplifier gains may be increased to
get appropriate levels
Note: If feedback occurs and volume is not adequate, move the speakers and/or microphone to eliminate
feedback.
3. Raise source “sub” volumes to appropiate levels without talking
4. Set attack time to minimize popping, but still fast enough that initial talking sounds are heard.
5. Set release time so that program levels do not increase between sentences.
Note: Shorten time so that the microphone doesn’t interfere with the program.
6. Set the trigger level so that words spoken at a normal level trigger the ducking process
Note: Set the trigger level too sensitive and the program will trigger the ducking. Set too low and the speaker
will have to talk very loudly to trigger ducking. The further right the slider is, the more sensitive the
setting.
7. Set program decrease to ensure when ducking is triggered the program level is low enough the
speaker can be heard.
Fine tuning these settings will help achieve the best results.
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The Control Page includes settings which enable display controls by the switcher. It provides a
way to program button functions, turn auto switching on/off, and determine the type of control
commands (TCP/IP or RS-232) sent out.
Button Control Selection
Power - Set which device the power button controls
None: Power button will turn the UHD-CLSO-601 on and off
RS-232: Power button will send power on/off command over HDBaseT using RS-232 to
compatible receivers and displays
IP: Power button will send power on/off command over Ethernet using either the LAN
connection or the HDBaseT connection
CEC: Sends CEC command over HDBaseT to the HDMI output of the receiver
Volume/Mute
Audio Out: Volume and mute buttons will control volume output of the switcher
RS-232: Volume/Mute buttons will send the commands over HDBaseT using RS-232 to
compatible receivers and displays
IP: Volume/Mute buttons will send the commands over Ethernet using either the LAN
connection or the HDBaseT connection
Display Mode - Sets functionality of the power button
DispSW AVon: Display switches on/off, source audio/video signal always on
DispSW AVSW: Display switches on/off, source audio/video signal switches on/off
AV SW: Display is always on, source audio/video signal switches on/off
Always ON: No function
Note: Must be in DispSW AVon or DispSW AVSW for RS-232 display control to work
CEC Control
Power
On - Sends a command over HDBaseT to the HDMI output of the connected receiver to turn
the connected display on
Off - Sends a command over HDBaseT to the HDMI output of the connected receiver to turn
the connected display off
Note: CEC may not work with every display type
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System Settings
Display Auto Power On - When enabled, the unit will send a programmed command to the
display to turn on after detecting an A/V signal
Display Auto Power Off - When enabled, the unit will send a command to the display to turn off
after not detecting an A/V signal
Lamp Cool Down Timer (0-300) - Used with a projector whose lamp cannot be turned on for up
to 5 minutes after being shut off. Match settings with lamp delay on projector
Auto Power Off Timer (1-240) - Sets the period of time between the loss of A/V signal and when
the “Display Off” command is sent
Note: LED will blink red for the auto power off time period then go solid
Note: All functionality remains, only the HDBaseT output is turned off
Display Warm Up Timer (0-300) - Sets the period of time after the
display is turned on, that the
power button will be locked
Note: LED will blink green for the warm up timer period and then stay solid
Note: When timers are set to 0 seconds, they will disable the timers’ functions
Control Type - Select whether the display on/off commands are sent using RS-232, TCP/IP, or
CEC
Feedback Verify
On: If receiving no feedback, the product will send the command up to 4 times
Off: The command will only be sent once, whether feedback is received or not
Display Mode DispSW AVon: Display switches on/off, source audio/video signal always on
DispSW AVSW: Display switches on/off, source audio/video signal switches on/off
AV SW: Display is always on, source audio/video signal switches on/off
Note: Must be in DispSW AVon or DispSW AVSW for RS-232 display control to work
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TCP/IP Settings of Controlled Device
This option sets the IP for display control. The static IP set here should match the display’s static IP.
To set or view the display’s IP address, check the display’s user manual.
Note: The switcher and the display must be on the same network for these commands to work
Note: Be sure the static IP address set for the display does not match any other device on the network
IP Mode
Non-login: Does not require a username and password when using TCP/IP to control the
display
Login: Requires a username and password to control the display through TCP/IP
IP Address & Port - Set to match the display’s static IP
Username & Password - Required when in login mode
Save - Saves the IP settings for accessing the controlled device
RS-232/IP Commands
ASCII/Hex - Set which type of commands are sent to the display
On/Off/Volume+/Volume-/Mute - Enter the specific commands and feedback that will be sent/
received when using any of the control options
Note: Individual commands will be found in the display’s manual
End of line symbols - None, CR, LF, CR-LF, Space, STX, ETX, Null - Select the appropriate symbol
from the drop down list. Carriage return, line feed, and carriage return with line feed
are the most commonly used symbols.
Note: Be sure to check the display’s manual for the correct symbol
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4
6
3
5
1. Displays model number of connected HDVS transmitter
2. Refresh button - Ensures the correct and current settings are displayed
3. Input selection - Switch between the HDVS inputs
4. Preferred resolution - Sets the HDVS VGA port preferred input resolution
5. Auto switch - Turns auto switching on/off for the HDVS transmitter
6. Display switch - Sets display switch function of the HDVS (default is disabled)
Recommended set to disabled - product will be always on
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The firmware page provides an area to update the switcher, Valens (HDBaseT), audio, FPGA, and
OSD firmwares.
• Select the browse button for the type of firmware to be updated
- Firmware Update - MCU/Main firmware
- Valens Update - Valens firmware
- Audio Update - DSP firmware
- FPGA Update - FPGA firmware
- OSD Update - OSD firmware
• Select the new firmware file that was downloaded either from atlona.com or box.com
• Press the update button
A progress bar will display as the update is completed. After the update is complete, if a restart is
required, the webGUI will display a prompt. The firmware update is now complete and the switcher
is ready to be used.
Note: Current firmware can be found at http://www.atlona.com/product/AT-UHD-CLSO-612ED/ under the
firmware tab.
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IR
System IR is typically used to connect to control system processors. The signal is routed through the
System IR IN and repeated to out all the IR OUT ports, including the HDBaseT ports. This input may
also be used to control the CLSO-612ED.
Note: HDBaseT ports must be connected to HDBaseT receivers and transmitters with IR capabilities.
(e.g. AT-HDTX-IR, AT-HDTX-WP, AT-HDWP-IR, AT-HDRX-IR, etc)
4
3 Emitter
1
2
P
IN
OUT
S
S
5
S
Receiver
P S
IR
White: - Red:+
Red: PWR White: IR Black:
For your convenience the cables do not come pre-terminated. Each item, whether it’s an IR receiver
or IR emitter, will have wires exposed. Each wire is encased in a different colored cover. A female IR
captive screw connector has been included (see picture 1).
IR pin outs have been included for the included IR emitter and IR receiver (see picture 2 & 3). The
wires are colored for each pin (see picture 4 and 5).
Remote
Source Selection
HDMI1 - Input 1 (HDMI 1)
HDMI2 - Input 2 (HDMI 2)
CAT1 - Input 3 (HDBaseT 1)
CAT2 - Input 4 (HDBaseT 2)
VGA1 - Input 5 (VGA 1)
VGA2 - Input 6 (VGA 2)
SV1 - Input 5 (S-Video 1)
SV2 - Input 6 (S-Video 2)
CV1 - Input 5 (Composite 1)
CV2 - Input 5 (Composite 2)
COMP1 - Input 5 (Component 1)
COMP2 - Input 6 (Component 2)
Power
On - turns CLSO-612ED on
Off - sets CLSO-612ED into
standby
Controls
Menu - Pulls up on screen display
menu - also serves as back
button
Exit - Closes on screen display
menu
Arrows - Use to navigate the on
screen display menu and
adjust volume
OK - Enter button, use to select
choices within the on
screen display menu
Mute - Silences all audio outputs
Auto - Auto VGA setup
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Output Resolution Selection
SVGA - 800x600
XGA - 1024x768
WXGA1 - 1280x800
WXGA2 - 1360x768
SXGA - 1280x1024
SXGA+ - 1440x900
UXGA - 1600x1200
WUXGA - 1920x1200
720p
1080p
4Kx2K - 3840x2160
Native - Upscales/downscales
the output signal to match
the HDBaseT display’s
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RS-232
Connection
RS-232
RS-232 pin out will be determined by the RS232 cable and will connect as Rx (receiver), Tx
(transmitter), and
(ground). (See picture 1)
Wire color will
differ by cable
manufacturer.
1
RX TX
5
4
3
1
2
RS-232 is often connected through a 9-pin D 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 CLSO-612ED to a PC using a 3 pin to USB cable
2. Go to the Device manager folder (see picture A)
3. Find the CLSO-612ED COM port and right click with a mouse and select properties (see picture B)
Note: If unsure which COM port is the CLSO-612ED, 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 CLSO-612ED
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 CLSO-612ED now.
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Commands
The command codes are case sensitive, do not change capitalization, spacing, or lettering.
Command
Feedback
Description
PWON
PWON
Power ON
PWOFF
PWOFF
Stand-by
PWSTA
RS232zone[X][Y]
PWON/PWOFF
RS232zoneX[Y]
RS232para[X][Y]
RS232paraX[Y]
CSpara[Y]
CSpara[Y]
VOL+
VOL(xx)
Get system power status
RS232zoneX[Y], X: 1-8. Y is the command sent to the HDBT
[Y] is the command string sent to the display device
RS232paraX[baudrate,databit,parity,stopbit] X is 1-8. [Y] is the
parameter for RS232.
Set RS232 parameter
[Y] is the parameter for RS-232.
Turns the volume up one level
VOLVOL(xx)
VOL(xx)
VOL(xx)
e.g. VOL(10)
Turns the volume down one level
Turns volume to the specified level <xx: 10 ~ -80>
Read the volume current level status => VOL
e.g. Adjusts the master volume level to -23dB => VOL(-23)
MVOL+
MVOL(xx)
Turns the MIC volume up one level
MVOL-
MVOL(xx)
MVOL(xx)
ex. MVOL(30)
MICx [Y]
Turns the MIC volume down one level
Turns MIC5V volume to the specified level <xx: 30 ~ -80>
Read the MIC5V volume current level status => MVOL
Sets up MIC values
x = on / off / sta / atime (attack time) / rtime (background release
time) / sens (microphone sensitivity level) / reduce (background
reduce level) [Y] = value (e.g. 20)
Turns the Line volume up one level
MVOL(xx)
MICx [Y]
e.g. MICon 20
LVOL+
LVOL(xx)
LVOL-
LVOL(xx)
LVOL(xx)
LVOL(xx)
e.g. LVOL(0)
Turns the Line volume down one level
Turns Line volume to the specified level <xx: 0 ~ -80>
Read the Line volume current level status => LVOL
Turns the Sub volume up one level <n: 1-6> (n = input number)
SnVOL+
SnVOL(xx)
SnVOL-
SnVOL(xx)
SnVOL(xx)
SnVOL(xx)
VOLMute [Y]
Menu[X]
VOLMute [Y]
Menu[X]
VOLMute [on/off/sta]. Set volume to mute on. => VOLMute on
Sets to control OSD interface, [X]: Sw/Up/Down/Left/Right/Info/Sel
Lock
Lock
Locks the front panel
Unlock
Version [Y]
Unlock
Version [Y]
e.g. Adjusts the HDBT2 volume to up => S4VOL+
Turns the Sub volume down one level <n: 1-6> (n = input number)
e.g. Adjusts the VGA1 volume to down => S5VOL-
e.g. S2VOL(-15)
e.g. S2VOL(-15)
Turns Sub volume to the specified level <n: 1-6, xx: 0 ~ -80>
(n = input number)
Read the Sub volume current level status => SnVOL
e.g. Adjusts the HDMI1 volume level to -10dB => S1VOL(-10)
e.g. MenuDown
e.g. Select OSD option => MenuSel
Type
Unlocks the front panel
Brings up the software versions: ex. Version mcu
e.g. Version x.x.xx
firmware [mcu]
OSD menu [osd]
DSP [dsp]
FPGA [fpga]
AT-UHD-CLSO-612 Brings up the model information
Mreset
Mreset
e.g. Version osd
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Command
Feedback
Description
EQB+
EQB(xx)
Turns EQ bass up one level
EQB-
EQB(xx)
Turns EQ bass down one level
EQB(xx)
EQB(xx)
Turns EQ bass to the specific level xx: (xx: -10 to 12)
EQT+
EQT(xx)
Turns EQ treble up one level
EQT-
EQT(xx)
Turns EQ treble down one level
EQT(xx)
EQT(xx)
Turns EQ treble to the specific level xx: (xx: -10 to 12)
ManHPos+
ManHPos(xx)
Sets horizontal position one pixel to the right
ManHPos-
ManHPos(xx)
Sets horizontal position one pixel to the left
ManHPos(xx)
ManHPos(xx)
Sets horizontal position to a specific setting (xx: 0-40)
ManPha+
ManPha(xx)
Adjusts pixel phase up one level
ManPha-
ManPha(xx)
Adjusts pixel phase down one level
ManPha(xx)
VFmtRes [Y]
ManPha(xx)
Adjusts pixel phase to a set amount (xx: 0 to 63)
e.g. VFmtRes 09
VFmtRes XX
e.g. VFmtRes 09
Set output video format to any of the [Y] resolutions below
[Y] resolution list 00 Pass-Through
03 720x480p60
06 1920x1080p60 09 1280x720p50, 12 1920x1080p24 15 640x480p72
18 800x600p72 21 1024x768p72 24 1280x800p60 27 1360x768p60
30 1600x1200p60 33 2048x1080p50 36 3840x2160p24 39 4096x2160p24
42 1600x900p60
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e.g. Set output video format to 1080p@60 => VFmtRes 06
e.g. Read the list of video format => VFmtRes List
640x480p60
1280x720p60 720x576i50
1920x1080i50 1920x1080p25 640x480p75 800x600p75
1024x768p75 1280x960p60 1366x768p60 1920x1200p60
2048x1080p60 3840x2160p25 4096x2160p30
2560x1600p60
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720x480i60
1920x1080i60 720x576p50 1920x1080p50
1920x1080p30
800x600p60 1024x768p60 1280x768p60
1280x1024p60
1440x900p60 2048x1080p24 2048x1152p60
3840x2160p30
1400x1050p60
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SetCmd X[Y]
SetCmd X[Y]
e.g. SetCmd on[PWR ON]
e.g. SetCmd on[PWR ON]
SetEnd X[Y]
SetEnd X[Y]
e.g. SetEnd off[CR-LF]
e.g. SetEnd off[CR-LF]
SetFbVerify X
SetFbVerify X
e.g. SetFbVerify on
e.g. SetFbVerify on
e.g. Sends command up to 4 times until feedback verifies
command was received with feedback
TrigCEC X
TrigCEC X
TrigRS X
TrigRS X
TrigIP X
TrigIP X
CtlType X
CtlType X
Triggers the stored CEC command to turn the display on
and off X= on, off
Triggers the RS-232 command from RS-232 or IP
X= on, off, vol+, vol-, and mute
Triggers the IP command from RS-232 or IP
X= on, off, vol+, vol-, and mute
Sets the control type X= ip, rs-232, cec
CliMode X
CliMode X
Sets the control device’s IP mode X= sta, login, non-login
CliUser X
CliUser X
Sets the IP username for login X= username, (blank)
CliPass X
CliPass X
Sets the IP password for login X= password, (blank)
CliIPAddr X
CliIPAddr X
Sets the IP address of the controlled device X= ip, sta
CliPort X
CliPort X
Sets the IP port of the controlled device X= port, sta
AutoDispOff X
AutoDispOn X
APwrOffTime X
AutoDispOff X
AutoDispOn X
APwrOffTime X
ProjSWMode X
ProjSWMode X
Enable or disable display auto off X= on, off, sta
Enable or disable display auto on X= on, off, sta
Sets how long after receiving no signal to trigger auto
display off X= 1-240, sta
Set delay time for the display on command to be sent
X= 0-300, sta
ProjWarmUpT X
ProjWarmUpT X
VolKeyOPT X
VolKeyOPT X
DispRS X
DispCEC X
DispIP X
DispRS X
DispCEC X
DispIP X
e.g. TrigCEC on
e.g. TrigRS vol+
e.g. TrigIP vole.g. CtlType rs-232
e.g. CliMode non-login
e.g. CliUser
e.g. CliPass AtlonA
e.g. CliIPAddr sta
e.g. CliPort 24
Sets the RS-232 or IP command for the selected button or
function X= on, off, vol+, vol-, and mute Y= command
e.g. Set the on command to send the command PWR ON
Sets the line termination for the chosen command
X= on, off, vol+, vol-, mute, fbkon, fbkoff, fbkmute
Y= None, CR, LF, CR-LF, Space, STX, ETX, and null
e.g. Set the command off to have a carriage return and line feed
Verifies the device is receiving commands X= on, off, sta
e.g. TrigCEC on
e.g. TrigRS vol+
e.g. TrigIP vole.g. CtlType rs-232
e.g. Set the control type to RS-232
e.g. CliMode non-login
e.g. Sets the IP mode to non-login
e.g. CliUser admin
e.g. Display the IP username by leaving x blank
e.g. CliPass AtlonA
e.g. Set the IP password to AtlonA
e.g. CliIPAddr 192.168.0.23
e.g. Display the IP address of the controlled device
e.g. CliPort 24
e.g. Set the IP port to 24
Note: Match the timing to the projector’s delay settings
Set period of time after the display is turned on that the
power command will not send X= 0-300, sta
Set the control type/device the volume button sends out
X= 0-2
Sets the display command type to RS-232 X= on, off, sta
Sets the display command type to CEC X= on, off, sta
Sets the display command type to TCP/IP X= on, off, sta
Each command is terminated with a carriage return.
Feedback is terminated with a carriage return and line feed.
Note: If the command fails or is incorrect the feedback should be “Command FAILED”
Volume Key
0 HDVS Display Key
1 RS-232 2 IP
0 HDVS 1 RS-232 2 CEC
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Command
Input [X] [Y]
HDCPSetX [Y]
ex. HDCPSet2 off
PrefTimg [X]
VGAPrefT [X]
BNR [Y]
Feedback
Input [X] [Y]
Input HDBT 2
HDCPSetX Y
ex. HDCPSet2 off
PrefTimg [X]
VGAPrefT [X]
BNR [Y]
MNR [Y]
MNR [Y]
RNR [Y]
RNR [Y]
PollAddInX [Y]
PollAddInX [Y]
PollDelInX [Y]
PollDelIn [Y]
OSD [Y]
Aspect [Y]
Aspect [Y]
OutAMute [Y]
OutAMute [Y]
AUD In[X] Ai[Y]
AUD In[X] Ai[Y]
Description
Input [interface]* [index]*. Select input source video.
e.g. Select input to HDBT 2 video => Input HDBT 2
Sets HDCP mode of the HDMI ports
X = 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 Y = on / off / sta
Set preferred timing to EDID. X is 1-10 & sta
Set preferred VGA timing to EDID. X is 1-8 & sta
BNR [off/low/medium/high/sta].
Configure video block noise reduction
MNR [off/low/medium/high/sta].
Configure video mosquito noise reduction
RNR [off/low/medium/high/sta].
Configure video random noise reduction
PollAddIn [VGA/COMP/CVBS/SVIDEO]. Add source of analog polling.
Ex: Add COMP & SVIDEO => PollAddIn COMP,SVIDEO
If only command write “IPAddUser”, it will display all user list
PollDelIn [VGA/COMP/CVBS/SVIDEO]. Delete source of analog polling.
e.g. Delete VGA & CVBS & COMP => PollDelIn VGA,CVBS,COMP
OSD [func/logo/info][on/off/sta]
Aspect [full/overscan/underscan/letterbox/panscan/follow/sta]
Sets video aspect function
OutAMute [on/off/sta]
Sets output audio mute of HDMI and HDBT
AUD In[X] Ai[Y] x: 1-6 Y: 5-6 or P
Replaces the selected input’s audio with the selected analog input (5
or 6) or sets it to pass through (p) normally
e.g. Replace input 2’s audio with analog 6 - Aud In2 Ai6
e.g. Pass through input 3’s audio normally - Aud In3 AiP
AutoSW [Y]
AutoSW [Y]
ASwPrePort [Y]
ASwPrePort [Y]
ASwOutTime [Y]
ASwOutTime [Y]
AutoSW [on/off/sta/VGAon/VGAoff/VGAsta]
Sets auto switch mode status
Factory Default: Sets auto switch to on with VGA auto switch to off
ASwPrePort [HDMI1/HDMI2/HDBT1/HDBT2/Previous]
Sets default auto switch port or sets to previous input
ASwOutTime [sec] Sec: 1-600 (default is 1 second)
Sets the delay time for how long the auto switching receives no signal
from the input before switching ports
e.g. Sets the auto switching delay time to 1 minute with no signal before
changing ports - ASwOutTime60
[Interface] index HDMI 1
HDBT 2 CVBS 1 SVIDEO 2 HDMI 2 COMP 1 CVBS 2 VGA 1 HDBT 1
COMP 2
SVIDEO 1
VGA 2
[X] preferred timing 1
1280x800
4
1280x720 7
800x600 10 3840x2160
2
5
8
sta
1920x1080 1920x1200 1600x900
Read status
3
6
9
1920x1080
1920x1200 1600x900 3
1024x768 6
1366x768
sta Read status
VGA [X] preferred timing 1
1280x800
2
4
1280x720
5
7
800x600
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IP Commands
Command
Feedback
Description
IPCFG
IP Addr : x.x.x.x
Netmask : x.x.x.x
Gateway : x.x.x.x
IP Port : x
Displays IP address configure
IPQuit
IPQuit
Telnet Logout
IPAddUser [X] [Y]
IPAddUser [X] [Y]
IPDelUser [Y]
IPDelUser [Y]
IPAddUser [name] [password]. Add user of telnet.
If only command write “IPAddUser”, it will display all user list.
=> IPAddUser
IPDelUser [name]. Del user of telnet
IPDHCP [Y]
IPDHCP [Y]
IPDHCP [on/off/sta]. Set DHCP mode status and auto reset telnet.
IPStatic [X] [Y] [Z]
IPStatic [X] [Y] [Z]
IPStatic [Address] [Netmask] [Gateway]. Set static IP address and
auto reset telnet.
e.g. Set DHCP mode is on => IPDHCP on
e.g. Set static IP address is 192.168.1.1 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.254
=> IPStatic 192.168.1.1 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.254
IPPort [Y]
IPPort [Y]
IPPort [port]. Set telnet port and auto reset telnet
IPLogin [Y]
IPLogin [Y]
IPLogin [on/off/sta]. Set telnet login status.
Broadcast [Y]
Broadcast [Y]
Broadcast [on/off/sta]. Broadcast switch.
IPTimeout [Y]
IPTimeout [Y]
IPTimeout [Sec]. Set telnet idle timeout time. Default is 2 minute.
e.g. Set telnet port 80 => IPPort 80
e.g. Set telnet login is on => IPLogin on
e.g. Set broadcast mode is on => Broadcast on
e.g. Set telnet idle timeout 10 minutes => IPTimeout 600
Each command is terminated with a carriage return.
Feedback is terminated with a carriage return and line feed.
Note: If the command fails or is incorrect the feedback should be “Command FAILED”
Baud Rate
Zone RS-232 port conifiguration must match the connected device on all parameters including baud
rate, data-length, parity, and stop-bit. These parameters can easily be set using the WebGUI or
following commands through RS-232 or TCP/IP.
The baud rate for the switcher is for switcher control and the transmitter/receiver baud
rate is for control of the RS-232 device in zone. All commands from your control processor are
at the settings for the switcher. The switcher will modify the baud rate and other settings to these
set parameters by zone.
Note: Baud rate options 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, or 115200
Command for Switcher Parameters
CSpara[baudrate,data-length,parity,stop-bit] (data, parity, and stop bit for switcher must be 8,0,1)
For example if you wish to change the baud rate of the switcher to 38400 the command would
look like this:
CSpara[38400,8,0,1]
Note: Default for the switcher is: Baud rate-115200bps, Data length-8bit, Parity-None, Stop Bit-1
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RS-232 Command for the Output baud rate status
RS232para
The RS-232 status command will provide feedback for the current parameters for each transmitter/
receiver.
Example: (See example of feedback below)
RS232para
Current RS232 parameter:
- Zone 1 :BaudRate 2400bps, DataBits 0, Parity None, StopBits 1.
- Zone 2 :BaudRate 9600bps, DataBits 0, Parity ODD, StopBits 1.
- Zone 3 :BaudRate 9600bps, DataBits 0, Parity None, StopBits 1.
Note: Zone 3 is HDBaseT 1, zone 4 is HDBaseT 2, and zone 8 is HDBaseT output.
Note: Default for the transmitters/receivers is: Baud-9600bps, Data length-8bit, Parity-None, Stop Bit-1
Control Diagram
Video
HDBaseT
Control
1
ZIGBEE
5
4
6
COMPONENT
HDMI
WIFI 1
DIGITAL
COAX OUT
eSATA
L
3
4
5
MENU
6
>
ENTER
AUDIO IN
MUTE
VIDEO OUT
SERIAL 2
AUDIO OUT
ETHERNET
VOLUME
INPUT
48V
MIC
+
RX TX
RS-232
3
2
-
HDBaseT IN
CONTACTS
R
6
6
L
R
L
7
R
IN
OUT
S
S
MASTER
LINE
+
RX TX
RS-232
MIC/LINE IN
HDMI IN
RELAYS
WIFI 2
FUNCTION
5
L
-
+
-
RX TX
+
RS-232
AUDIO IN
-
+
-
+
RX TX
-
+
-
P
RX TX
AUDIO OUT
RS-232
AUDIO IN
RS-232
-
1
4
<
Control System Processor
5
3
R
<
IR OUT
GND
SIG
+12V
GND
SIG
+12V
GND
SIG
+12V
GND
SIG
+12V
2
2
<
3
SERIAL 1
1
2
RX TX
1
ID
2
POWER
AT-UHD-CLSO-612ED
1
12V DC FACTORY
RESTORE
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
4
5
VGA IN
6
HDMI OUT
HDBaseT OUT
ETHERNET
- +
LAN
FW
+
DC 48V
CAT5e/6/7 IN
AT-HDRX-RSNET
DC 24V
HD VIDEO OUT
FIRMWARE
IR IN IR OUT
RS232
FIRMWARE
POWER
AT-HDVS-TX
HDMI 1
DISPLAY INPUT
ON/OFF SELECT
HDMI 2
VGA IN
AUDIO
IN
HDMI OUT
POWER
PWR IR
-
+
RX TX
LINK
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
VGA
Use RS-232 commands to select inputs on AT-HDVS-TX
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Connection and Installation
HDMI
VGA
HDBaseT
Audio
MIC
<
1
2
3
4
5
AT-UHD-CLSO-612ED
5
48V
MIC
RX TX
MENU
6
INPUT
2
1
or
+
RX TX
RS-232
>
ENTER
<
MUTE
VOLUME
<
POWER
or
FUNCTION
5
L
R
6
6
L
R
L
7
R
IN
OUT
S
S
MASTER
LINE
-
+
RX TX
RS-232
MIC/LINE IN
-
+
-
RX TX
+
RS-232
AUDIO IN
-
+
AUDIO IN
-
RX TX
RS-232
+
-
+
-
P
RX TX
AUDIO OUT
RS-232
-
1
3
2
HDMI IN
HDBaseT IN
4
5
VGA IN
6
HDMI OUT
LAN
HDBaseT OUT
FW
+
DC 48V
or
- +
DC 24V
HD VIDEO OUT
FIRMWARE
ETHERNET
AT-HDVS-TX
CAT5e/6/7 IN
AT-HDRX-RSNET
HDMI 1
DISPLAY INPUT
ON/OFF SELECT
HDMI 2
VGA IN
AUDIO
IN
POWER
IR IN IR OUT
HDMI 1
RS232
FIRMWARE
POWER
HDMI 2
VGA
HDMI OUT
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-
+
RX TX
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HDMI
VGA
HDBaseT
Audio
<
POWER
1
2
3
4
5
AT-UHD-CLSO-612ED
INPUT
2
5
48V
MIC
RX TX
>
ENTER
<
MUTE
VOLUME
<
or
1
MENU
6
or
+
RX TX
RS-232
FUNCTION
5
L
R
6
6
L
R
L
7
R
IN
OUT
S
S
MASTER
LINE
-
+
RX TX
RS-232
MIC/LINE IN
-
+
-
RX TX
+
RS-232
AUDIO IN
-
+
AUDIO IN
-
RX TX
RS-232
+
-
+
-
P
RX TX
AUDIO OUT
RS-232
-
1
HDMI IN
3
2
4
HDBaseT IN
5
VGA IN
6
HDMI OUT
FW
LAN
HDBaseT OUT
+
DC 48V
or
LINK
DISPLAY
ON/OFF
ETHERNET
CAT5e/6/7 IN
AT-HDRX-RSNET
IR IN IR OUT
HDMI IN
INPUT
SELECT
VGA IN
HDMI OUT
AUDIO IN
PWR IR
-
+
RS232
RX TX
FIRMWARE
POWER
LINK
AT-HDVS-TX-WP
Control Drivers
Visit the Control Drivers tab at http://www.atlona.com/AT-UHD-CLSO-612ED.html to download
the control drivers for the CLSO-612ED.
CLSO-612 Updating
Visit the Firmware Update tab at http://www.atlona.com/AT-UHD-CLSO-612ED.html to download
the current updates for the CLSO-612ED.
Note: Atlona is constantly improving and updating features and stability. It is recommended that you check to make
sure you are on the most current firmware before installation, especially when using a control system.
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Specifications
Video Resolutions
IN
4096x2160@24/25/30, 3840x2160@24/25/30 (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
2560x2048, 2560x1600, 2048x1536, 1920x1200, 1680x1050, 1600x1200, 1600x900,
1440x900, 1400x1050, 1366x768, 1360x768, 1280x1024, 1280x800, 1280x768, 1152x768,
1024x768, 800x600, 640x480
OUT
4096x2160@24/25/30, 3840x2160@24/25/30 (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
2560x2048, 2560x1600, 2048x1536, 1920x1200, 1680x1050, 1600x1200, 1600x900,
1440x900, 1400x1050, 1366x768, 1360x768, 1280x1024, 1280x800, 1280x768, 1152x768,
1024x768, 800x600, 640x480
Composite/S-Video
NTSC, NTSC4, PAL, PAL-M, PAL-N, SECAM
ColorspaceYUV, RGB
Chroma Subsampling
4:4:4, 4:2:2, 4:2:0 (UHD only)
Color depth
8-bit, 10-bit, 12-bit
Nominal Level
Composite: (1 Vp-p), S-Video: Y(1Vp-p) - C(0.3 Vp-p)
Component: Y(1Vp-p) - Pb(0.7 Vp-p) - Pr(0.7 Vp-p), VGA: R(0.7 Vp-p) - G(0.7 Vp-p) - B(0.7 Vp-p)
Min/Max levels
Analog: 0.0V to 1.0 Vp-p wit no offset at unity gain
Impedance75 ohms
Horizontal Frequency
15kHz to 100kHz
Vertical Frequency
24Hz to 120Hz
Audio
Analog Output
PCM 2Ch (de-embedded)
HDMI/HDBaseT Output
PCM 2Ch, LPCM 5.1, LPCM 7.1, Dolby Digital, DTS 5.1, Dolby Digital Plus,
Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio, Dolby Atmos, DTS:X
Frequency Response
20Hz to 20KHz ±1db
THD + Noise
<0.01%, 20Hz to 20kHz at nominal level
S/N≤ -68dB @ 1kHz, fully loaded
Bass
+15dB to -12dB @ 250Hz
Treble
+15dB to -12dB @ 3kHz
Distance
CAT5e/6 @ 4K
CAT6a/7 @ 4K CAT5e/6 @ 1080p
HDMI IN/OUT @ 4K
HDMI IN/OUT @ 1080p
up to 70M
up to 100M
up to 100M
up to 5M
up to 10M
up to 230 ft
up to 328 ft
up to 328 ft
up to 15 ft
up to 30 ft
Aud
Dis
Sig
Tem
Pow
Cer
Operating
0°C to 50°C
32°F to 122°F
Storage-20°C to 60°C-4°F to 140°F
Humidity
20 to 90% non-condensing
Power
Consumption43W
Idle Consumption4W
Supply
Input: AC100-240V ~ 50/60Hz
Output: DC 48V/3.125A
1.73 x 17.24 x 10 (inch)
Weight
Device3.22 kg7.10 lbs
Certification
UnitCE, FCC
Power Supply
CE, FCC, Level VI, RoHS, cULus, RCM, CCC
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Temperature
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CECCompliant
HDCP
Switchable - Compliant / Non compliant - 1.4
H x W x D
44 x 438 x 254 (mm)
Rack Unit1U
Dim
Signal
Dimension
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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
the 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.
Operate this product using only the included external power supply. Use of other power supplies
could impair performance, damage the product, or cause fires.
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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