Instruction Manual MX-0808-PP-AUD

MX-0808-PP-AUD
WyreStorm 8x8 HDBaseT matrix Switcher with
S/PDIF Digital and Analog Stereo Audio Outputs,
2-Way IR and RS232
Instruction Manual
Thank you for choosing this WyreStorm product.
Please read these instructions carefully before installing to avoid complications later.
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CONTENTS AND INTRODUCTION
Contents
1
Introduction
2
Features
3
Safety Precautions
4
Package Contents
5
Specifications
6
Front Panel
7
Rear Panel
8
Typical Application
9
Connection
10 Basic Operation
i.
Front Panel Control
ii. Remote Control at Matrix end (Local IR) and Battery
Replacement
iii. Matrix System Code Switch – control two matrices with
one handset
iv. Remote Control at the Display End (Remote IR)
v. Handset Output/Source select Key Code
vi. IR call-back control of Matrix and Sources Devices
vii. Two-way IR call-back control between Matrix, Sources
and Displays from Multiple Locations
viii. IR Extender Control
11 Advanced Remote Control
12 Advanced Operation
i.
RS232 Control
ii. COM CTL – PC software Control
iii. LAN Control Using WyreStorm Web UI and Third Party
Systems
iv. EDID DIP Switch settings
13 Troubleshooting
1.
Introduction
Utilizing Class B HDBaseT technology specifically
developed for small to mid-range projects, the MX0808-PP-AUD HDBaseT Matrix supports distribution
of uncompressed 1080p HD video, multichannel audio
and control via two-way IR, LAN or serial distances up
to 70m/230ft using a single Cat5e/6 cable.
The MX-0808-PP-AUD enables any of its 8 HDMI inputs to
be distributed independently and simultaneously to any of
the 8 HD output displays connected, regardless of HDCP
encryption, with duplicate audio outputs for additional audio
flexibility.
Featuring optical audio outputs for alternative AVR
connection, and an analog audio outputs for connection to
multi-room audio systems, the enhanced audio connectivity
of the MX-0808-PP-AUD reduces the amount of switching
required between connected devices, enabling audio to be
fed directly into a power amplifier.
This latest generation of the MX-0808-PP-AUD also includes
the latest WyreStorm Web GUI for control of source/display
switching.
Accessed via a web browser using the matrix IP address,
this intuitive web interface enables real time matrix I/O
switching and offers the ability to configure a whole host of
matrix settings including passwords, network/Serial/LAN
settings, port labeling and factory restore options, as well as
advanced EDID and DIP switch management.
The MX-0808-PP-AUD offers versatility and reliability of
signal distribution, combined with innovative features and
an ease of use to deliver HD audio, video and control that
removes the need for additional control and video cables on
installations, whether in a residential or commercial setting.
For further information on this product and other WyreStorm
ranges, visit our website or download our latest product
guide visit wyrestorm.com
14 FAQ
15 Maintenance
16 Provided Service
17 Mail In Service
18 Warranty
Warranty Limits and Exclusions
19 Disclaimer
20 Installation Reference Log
21 Installation Notes
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2.
Features
• Fully 3D compatible – Frame sequential 3D (Blu-ray) and
• 2k resolution supported.
interlaced stereoscopic 3D (satellite broadcasts etc.)
• Supports all high definition resolutions up to and including
• Quick and easy installation – set up in seconds straight out of
1080p and standard video formats.
the box
• Input:
RS232HDMI
port. V1.4 – Output: HDBaseT Class B (with
•
RJ45
for a single
Cat5e/6
cableremote
to each
display
• integrated
Choose from
6 switching
modes
– infrared
control,
front
point),
SPDIF optical
3.5mmLAN
analog
audio for
panel buttons,
local IR,audio,
IR call-back,
andstereo
RS232.
ease of connection to third party amplification and multi-room
• Simple switching remote control included, which can also be
audio
systems
learned
into a universal remote handset to allow the control of
• 7multiple
0m/230ft
transmission
devices
from onedistance
handset.
• Supports full 1080p HD video @50/60hz with 36bit Deep
• Fully compatible for integration with market leading control systems.
Color
• S4upports
x IR 3.5mm
mini-jack
portsresolutions
for each output
linkincluding
IR from
•
all high
definition
up toto
and
control
system
to
control
display
1080p and standard video formats
extender sets.
3.
3.
Safety Precautions
Safety Precautions
WARNING
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fire, electric
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reduce
the risk
fire,ofelectric
shock shock
or or
product
damage:
product
damage:
1. Do not expose this apparatus to rain, moisture, sprays,
1. drips
Do notorexpose
thisand
apparatus
rain,
sprays,
splashes
ensure to
that
no moisture,
objects containing
drips
or
splashes
and
ensure
that
no
objects
containing
liquids are placed on the apparatus, including cups,
liquids are
placed
glasses
and
vases.on the apparatus, including cups, glasses
and vases.
2. Do not place this unit in a confined space such as
enclosed shelving, cabinets or bookshelves. Ensure the
2. unit
Do not
place this unit
in a confined space such as enclosed
is adequately
ventilated.
shelving, cabinets or bookshelves.
3. To prevent the risk of electric shock or fire hazard due to
overheating, do not cover the unit or obstruct ventilation
3. Ensure the unit is adequately ventilated.
openings with material, newspaper, cardboard or
anything that may restrict airflow into the unit.
4. To prevent the risk of electric shock or fire hazard due to
4. Do
not installdo
near
heat
suchventilation
as
overheating,
notexternal
cover the
unitsources
or obstruct
radiators,
heat
registers,
boilers
or
any
device
that
openings with material, newspaper, cardboard or anything
produces heat such as amplifiers or computers and do
that may restrict airflow into the unit.
not place near sources of naked flame.
•
ach HDMIinfrared
port also
supports
• EAdditional
extension
portDVI
forinputs
longer IR connections
• Enables up to 8 HDMI video/audio devices to be
• HDMI v.1.3
independently switched through up to 8 HDMI displays or
• projectors
Supports 24Bit
Colour depth digital distribution
for uncompressed
•
ach output
able
to show
• ESignalling
rate
of 6.75
Gbpsany connected source
simultaneously regardless of whether the input carries HDCP
• Pack comes complete with 1 x 4x4 Matrix with 19” rack
encryption
brackets, 4 x 40m IR receivers with mounting brackets, IR
• HDCP compliant with constant feed to prevent screen dropreceivers, emitters and a Matrix remote control handset.
outs
5. Unplug
apparatus
from power
during
5.
Do not install
near external
heatsupply
sources
such lightening
as radiators,
Additional
included
on the RX-1UTP-IR-40
•
Reads andfeatures
copies EDID
from connected
devices with
storms
or
when
unused
for
long
periods
of time. heat
heat registers, boilers or any device that produces
EDID configuration
through
DIPover a
• additional
Transmits one-way
signal together
with customizable
the HDMI signal
such asthe
amplifiers
computers
and walked
do not place
near
6. Protect
power or
cable
from being
on, pinched
switch
settings if necessary
single Cat5e/6/7
cable.
sources
of naked
or
restricted
in anyflame.
way, especially at plug connections.
• Robust HDBaseT technology offers greater resistance
• Receivers capable of 1080p transmissions up to 40m (131ft)
to electrostatic interference compared to conventional
7. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
under ideal conditions*
6. Unplug apparatus from power supply during lightening
manufacturer.
distribution
storms or when unused for long periods of time.
•
For
even
greater
control
and
fine
tuning,
each
receiver
features
• HDMI v1.4 with full 3D compatibility with frame packing/frame
8. Units contain non-servicable parts - Refer all servicing to
a fully adjustable
EQand
distance
rangeStereoscopic
for optimising(satellite/
the
sequential
(Blu-ray)
interlaced
qualified service personnel.
7. Protect the power cable from being walked on, pinched or
transmission signal.
cable broadcasts)
restricted in any way, especially at plug connections.
• 6.75 Gbps bandwidth range/signalling rate
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• W ide range, two-way discrete IR control between source and
8. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
display (30 KHz to 56 KHz frequency)
manufacturer.
• Central RS232 control – fully compatible with all market
leading control systems with full integration protocols available
9. Units contain non-servicable parts - Refer all servicing to
leading control systems
qualified service personnel.
• LAN control – with intuitive new WyreStorm web interface
enables real time matrix I/O switching and configuration
• Choose from multiple switching methods – infrared remote
control, front panel buttons, local IR, IR call-back, RS485,
RS232 and LAN
• Simple switching remote control included, which can also be
learned into a universal remote handset to allow the control of
multiple devices from one handset
• 8 x IR 3.5mm mini-jack ports for each output
• Additional infrared extension port for longer IR connections
• Conforms to IEEE-568B standards
• 3 year warranty
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FEATURES AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
• Reads and copies EDID from connected devices with additional
EDID configuration through customisable DIP switch settings if
necessary.
AGE CONTENTSPACKAGE
AND SPECIFICATIONS
CONTENTS AND SPECIFICATIONS
• Printed instruction manual
• 1 x RS232 to RS485 converter
• Flash USB stick containing PC control software and digital copy
of instruction manual*
• 6 / 8 x IR TX Emitters (small sensor for Input source)
4.
Package Contents
*downloadable versions can be found at www.wyrestorm.com
• Matrix mounting brackets
• 1 x 100~240V AC Power cable power supply
1 x MX-0808-PP-AUD matrix
x IR Extension
cable
1 •x 1
Printed
quickstart
guide (quickstart and full instruction
manual downloadable on this product page)
1 x (pair) mounting brackets
8 x IR emitters
8 x IR receivers
5.
Specifications
• 6 / 8 x IR RX Emitters (larger sensor for Output display)
• 1 x Wyrestorm matrix remote control incl. battery (size/type:
CR2025 3V)
• 1 x stylus
1 x IR receiver (for IR EXT)
1 x MX-0808-PP-AUD remote control - battery size/type:
CR2025 3V
1 x AC 100-240V US/UK/EU power cable
Accessories (mounting bracket screws, matrix HDMI port dust
covers)
Temperature
0 to +35°C (32 to +95°F)
5.Operating
Specification
Range
Operating Humidity Range
5 to 90 % RH
(no condensation)
Operating Temperature
Output Bandwidth Signalling
Range
0 to +35ºC (32 to +95ºC)
Operating Humidity Range
5 to 90% RH
(no
condensation)
0.5-1.0
volts p-p
Rate
Input Video Signal
6.75Gbps
Output
Signalling Rate
InputBandwidth
DDC Signal
6.75Gbps
5 volts p-p (TTL)
Input Video Signal
0.5 - 1.0 volts p-p
Input DDC Signal
5 volts p-p (TTL)
Maximum Single Link Range
Transmission distance
Maximum Single Link Range
Transmission Distance
Output Video
1080p Deep Colour
1080p signal up to 70m /
1080p
36bit Deep
Colour
230ft (Under
perfect
transmission conditions
including
70m/230ft
(1080p) over
Cat5e/6*
straight
cable runsHDBaseT
with no
using
a WyreStorm
electrical
interference,
Class
B display
receiver bends,
*Under
recommended
kinks, patch
panels or wall
transmission
conditions
including
outlets.) Using
Wyrestorm
RXstraight
cable runs
withreceivers
no
1UTP-IR-70
Display
electrical interference, bends,
behind each output display.
Audio Format Supported
Audio
Format Supported
Max.
Transmission
distance over
HDMI
Max. Transmission distance
HDMI v1.4 with full 3D compatibility with Frame Sequential (Blu-ray) and Interlaced
Stereoscoptic (satellite/cable
broadcasts)
DTS-HD, Dolby True HD
DTS-HD,
15m / 49ftDolby True HD
Dimensions
15m / 49ft – if a longer HDMI
60 Watts max.
(MX-0808-PP)
connection
is necessary,
we
offer
the
Wyrestorm
in-line
100-240V AC
HDMI to HDMI coupler RP440mm x 100m x 340mm / 17.3”
HD-HD.
Weight
6.7 Kg / 14.8lbs
Rack Space Required
2U
Power
over Consumption
HDMI
Power Supply
x 3.9” x 13.4”
kinks, patch panels or wall outlets.
In-line HDMI to HDMI
coupler
Part Number RP-HD-HD
Single Cat5e/6/7
Display Receiver (70m)
Part
RX-70-PP
RX-1UTP-IR-70
Number
Video
Format
Supported
Video
Format
Supported
VESA:
800x600,
VESA:640x480,
640x480,
800x600,
1024x768,
1024x768,1280x1024,
1280x1024,
1600x1200,
1600x1200,1920x1200
1920x1200
Max. Transmission distance
over Cat5e/6/7
70m / 230ft – using
Wyrestorm RX-1UTP-IR-70
Display Receiver.
Power Consumption
35 Watts (max.)
Power Supply
100-240V AC
Dimensions
440mm / 17.3” (W)
42mm / 1.6” (H)
340mm / 13.4” (D)
Weight
6.7 Kg / 14.8lbs
DTV/HDTV:
DTV/HDTV: 480i/576i/480p/576p/
480i/576i/480p/576p/720p/
720p/1080i/1080p
1080i/1080p
BTU Rating
204.6
Output Video
HDMI v1.4 with full 3D compatibility with Frame Sequential (Blu-ray)
and Stereoscoptic (satellite/cable
broadcasts)
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Front Panel
4
LED Input/Output Select Screen
2
5
IR Receive Window
3
6
Input Select Buttons (UP/DOWN)
FRONT PANEL AND REAR PANEL
6.
Output Select Buttons (Left/Right)
Enter Selection Buttons
Rack Brackets
3
6
1
4
2
ENTER
4
5
6
3
7.
HDBT OUT
SPDIF OUT
SPDIF OUT
HDMI IN
HDMI IN
IR RX
IR RX
L/R OUT
SPDIF OUT
HDMI IN
IR RX
L/R OUT
SPDIF OUT
HDMI IN
7
6
IR RX
8
L/R OUT
1 2 3GROUP4 5 6
L/R OUT
HDBT OUT
9
HDBT OUT
L/R OUT
SPDIF OUT
HDMI IN
IR RX
L/R OUT
SPDIF OUT
5
HDMI IN
4
IR RX
1
2
3
HDBT OUT
17 IR TX Receiver ports (corresponds to input ports)
HDBT OUT
Input/Output port grouping indicator
HDBT OUT
16 EDID switch default diagram
HDBT OUT
Power switch
L/R OUT
9
15 EDID DIP Switch (for manual EDID setting)
Fuse (lift cover to replace)
SPDIF OUT
8
14 IR Extension port (IR EXT)
AC 100 – 240V power input
HDMI IN
7
13 RS232
IR Receiver (IR RX)
IR RX
6
12 RJ45 to RS485 definition indicator
HDMI Input ports
HDBT OUT
5
11 LAN port
SPDIF Optical Output
L/R OUT
4
Analog L/R Stereo Output
SPDIF OUT
3
10 RS485 port
HDMI IN
2
HDBaseT Output (RJ45 Cat5e/6)
IR RX
1
Rear Panel
RJ45 PIN
DESCRIPTION
RJ45 + RS285 DEFINITION
1
2
7
TX+
TXRX+
10 11
RS485
LAN
14
RS232
15
IR EXT
12
13
8
RX-
EDID
ON
OFF
DEFAULT
1 2 3 4
1
0
IR TX
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
16
17
RS232 and LAN ports are for matrix control. Ensure crossover UTP cable is used to connect the LAN directly to a
computer or server, and a direct/straight through connection is used to connect via a router/switch. Connection
will fail if the incorrect cable is used.
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TYPICAL APPLICATION
8.
6
Typical Application
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Connection
1
CONNECTION
9.
2
2
4
10
3
6
5
7
8
8
9
Mains Power
1 Connect each HDMI input source to the HDMI
inputs of the MATRIX.
!
Do Not Hotswap plugs! - Please insert and
extract cables carefully with the power SWITCHED
OFF. Connecting and disconnecting while powered
can result in damage to circuitry.
2 Attach the IR emitters directly over the infrared
receiving sensor of each input source using the adhesive
backing. You may need to adjust the position of the
emitter after installation to achieve the best results.
Sometimes moving the sensor to different areas of the
source fascia can improve IR performance.
Plug the 3.5mm jack of the IR emitter into the
corresponding number IR TX port on the rear panel of the
MATRIX.
3 For two-way IR controlling the display from the
matrix side: Plug the 3.5mm jack of the IR receiver into
the corresponding IR RX port on the rear panel of the
MATRIX, ensuring the receiver is placed in clear view to
receive an IR signal.
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NOTE: Make sure the IR jacks are in the same
number ports.
HINT: Locate the infrared sensor on devices by
shining a flashlight onto the display panel of
sources and look for a small sensor.
4 If connecting to additional Audio Outputs, connect
the a 3.5mm cable from the Analog L/R OUT port to your
chosen device (such as multi-room audio system)
5 For connection to third party amplification
equipment, connect a good quality Optical cable from the
S/PDIF Out port of the transmission card to your selected
AV Receiver or Power Amplifier
!
We strongly recommend using the supplied
mounting brackets to secure the MATRIX and
the accompanying TRANSMITTER & DISPLAY
RECEIVER baluns. Any sudden movement of these
devices could lead to loss of picture and sound if
connections become loose or strained, resulting in
unnecessary service call backs.
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6 Connect a good quality, well terminated Cat5e/6
BASIC OPERATION
cable with an RJ45 connector wired to 568B standard at
both ends from the HDBT Output port of the MATRIX to
the UTP or HDBT IN of the WyreStorm HDBaseT Class B
DISPLAY RECEIVER.
!
Ensure both RJ45 connectors are pushed
securely into each port and supported by the
connector strain relief clip to prevent them from
becoming loose. The quality of termination for your
RJ45 is essential. Poor quality terminations lead to
intermittent performance and longer install times.
HINT: Although all WyreStorm products are tested
using Cat5e as standard, we suggest using Cat6 as
the preferred cable due to its improved transmission
capabilities.
discretely from either location.
!
If there is electrical interference or cable
bends/kinks within the set up the IR is one of the
first functions to fail.
If you do not have IR control:
•Check your cables are straight with jacks firmly
connected to ports.
•Check your IR sensors are unobstructed and able to
receive infrared signals.
•Check direct sunlight on the emitters/receivers is not
affecting the infrared signal.
10.
Basic Operation
7 Connect the HDMI OUT of the DISPLAY RECEIVER
to the HDMI IN of the display.
8 Plug the 3.5mm jack of the IR RX receiver into the
IR RX port of the display receiver balun. Place the IR RX
receiver sensor discretely on the front of the display with
care taken to achieve a clear line of sight with the remote
control to be used.
The WyreStorm MX0808-PP-AUD is designed with ease
of set-up and use in mind. Basic switching of source
inputs to output displays can be achieved via the front
panel control of the matrix.
For two-way IR controlling the display from the matrix
end: Plug the 3.5mm jack of the IR TX emitter into the
corresponding IR TX port on the display receiver, ensuring
the emitter is placed directly over the infra-red receiving
sensor of the display using the adhesive backing.
On power up, the front panel will flash as the matrix
initialises. When the display stops flashing, the matrix is
ready to use.
Again, adjustment of receiver and emitter position may be
needed to achieve the best IR signal distribution.
9 After ensuring the display receiver is fixed firmly in
OUTPUT
selection
place behind the display, insert the mains power adaptor.
NOTE: The MX-0808-PP-AUD is not PoH-enabled
so local power to receivers is required at display
zones.
10 Turn on power to input sources, displays, receivers
and all other connected devices.
Finally, switch on the matrix at the rear and your
WyreStorm system should now be fully connected and
ready for use.
!
Remember, always switch off the matrix before
unplugging any inputs or outputs – follow last on,
first off protocol.
If your IR emitters and receivers are correctly placed you
should now be able control both sources and displays
8
INPUT
selection
Confirm
OUTPUTS/INPUTS
OUTPUTS are selected by pressing the LEFT and
RIGHT arrow buttons to scroll forwards and backwards
numerically through the displays connected to the matrix.
The corresponding OUTPUT channel number will blink on
the display when reached.
Likewise, the UP and DOWN arrow buttons scroll
numerically through any INPUT sources connected to
the system. When the desired OUTPUT and INPUT is
reached, push the ENTER button to confirm the selection.
The display will stop blinking to let you know the matrix
has been set.
Repeated pressing of the select button of a specific
output scrolls numerically through the HDMI input devices
connected to the matrix, with the corresponding LEDs
illustrating when a device has been selected for that
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11.
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11
ADVANCED REMOTE CONTROL
ADVANCEDADVANCED
REMOTE CONTROL
AND ADVANCED OPERATION
REMOTE CONTROL
11.
Advanced Remote
Control
11. Advanced Remote
Control
IR Call Back and Third Party Control systems
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11. Advanced Remote
Control
12.
Advanced Operation
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COMCTL PC Software
12. Advanced Operation
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2OUTPUT 0x1b 0x15
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4
5
6
7
8
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3
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4
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5
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6
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7
0x80 0x81 0x82 0x83 0x84 0x85 0x86 0x87
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8
0x90 0x91 0x92 0x93 0x94 0x95 0x96 0x97
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0xa3
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0xa5
0xa6 0xa7
0x80
0x81
0x82
0x83
0x84
0x85
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key
code:
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0xb1 0xb2
0xb3
0xb4
0xb5
0xb6 0xb7
0x90
0x91
0x92
0x93
0x94
0x95
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source
select
code:
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0xc3
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0xc6 0xc7
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0xa1
0xa2
0xa3
0xa4
0xa5
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key
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0xd1 0xd2
0xd3
0xd4
0xd5
0xd6 0xd7
0xb0
0xb1
0xb2
0xb3
0xb4
0xb5
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source
select
key
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0xe1 0xe2
0xe3
0xe4
0xe5
0xe6 0xe7
0xc0
0xc1
0xc2
0xc3
0xc4
0xc5
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9600bps
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8bits
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After fully connecting
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Male connector - 9 Pins
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COM CTL
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After fully connecting all inputs and outputs to the matrix and
screen.
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the to
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After
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and
outputs
the matrix
window
will
display
information
from
the
matrix,
such
as messages
and installing the software, on opening the program
received from the switch such as input/output details, firmware
the control window will display information from the
version and control commands/HEX codes that allow the system
matrix, such as messages received from the switch such
to be controlled remotely, as well as buttons used to navigate the
as
input/output details, firmware version and control
screen.
commands/ASCII codes that allow the system to be
controlled remotely, as well as buttons used to navigate
the screen.
Output6
source
key code:
0xf0
0xf1 0xf2
0xf3select
0xf4 0xf5
0xf6 0xf7
0xd0 0xd1 0xd2 0xd3 0xd4 0xd5 0xd6 0xd7
Output7 source select key code:
0xe0 0xe1 0xe2 0xe3 0xe4 0xe5 0xe6 0xe7
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Output8 source select key code:
0xf0 0xf1 0xf2 0xf3 0xf4 0xf5 0xf6 0xf7
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7
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06 Com
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06 Connect
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if the is
matrix
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04 1Send
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04
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or disconnected
to
the
Com
Port
and
communication
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or disconnected to the Com Port and communication
is
05 2Send
Message
Button
enabled.
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between
ports
is
available
by
pressing
the
05
SendStatus
Message Button
enabled. Selection between ports is available by pressing
the
Matrix
Com Port
Select
button. button.
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Port
Select
Message
Clear
3
06 Com
Connect
State State
06 Port
Com
Port Connect
6 Com Connect State - Shows if the matrix is
4 Send Message Window
07 When
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be to Disconnect
07 Com
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connected
or
disconnected
to
the
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Port
and
5 Send Message Button
vice versa.
vice versa.
08 6Connect/Disconnect
from
Matrix
08
Connect/Disconnect
from Matrix
communication
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between
ports
Press Press
connect/disconnect
the matrix
from
Com
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08 to08
connect/disconnect
the
matrixthe
from
theis
software
control.
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by
pressing
the
Com
Port
Select
button.
software control.
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PortSwitch
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09 7Input/Output
area area
09
Input/Output
Switch
Connect/Disconnect
from
Matrix
8
10 Select
Presaved
OutputOutput
State 1,State
2, or1,3 2, or 3
10 Select
Presaved
to ENABLE
matrix
communication
7 Connected
Connected
to ENABLE
matrix
communication
When
connected,
the
only
option
will be to
9 Input/Output Switch area
11 10Save
Current
OutputOutput
State 1,State
2, 3 1, 2, 3
11
Save
Current
Disconnect
and
vice
versa.
Select Presaved Output State 1, 2, or 3
Disconnected
to DISABLE
matrix communication
to DISABLE
matrix
communication
Press
to connect/disconnect
the matrix
from the
8 Disconnected
12 11Select
all Current
Inputs/Outputs
Save
Output State 1, 2, 3
12
Select
all Inputs/Outputs
software
control.
Com
Select
Connect/Disconnect
08 08 Connect/Disconnect
Select
all Inputs/Outputs
07 07 Com Select
13 12Settings
13
Settings
13 Settings
14 Set
access
k the Com
dropdown
to see all
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Select Select
14IP Set
IP access
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tomatrix
see
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ports available.
todropdown
ENABLE
communication
14 Set IP access
your
chosen
Com
port
number
and
press
the
CONNECT
button.
your chosen Com port number and press the CONNECT button.
15 15IR15
Set
Area
IR
Set
Area
IR Set
Area
You willYou
notice
button
changechange
to show ‘disconnect’
and and
will the
notice
the button
show ‘disconnect’
Disconnected
to DISABLEtomatrix
communication
EDID
Settings
16 16EDID
Settings
16
EDID
Settings
CONNECT
STATE
change
to
green
for
‘connected’
.
Pressing
the
CONNECT STATE change to green for ‘connected’. Pressing
the
IR Matrix
17
button
again
will
disconnect
the
Com
port
and
the
CONNECT
state state
button
again
will
disconnect
the
Com
port
and
the
CONNECT
17 IR17
Matrix
IR Matrix
Com
Select 8 Connect/Disconnect
7willred.
will show
show red.
1
Receive
Message
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–
displays
messages
01 Receive
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– displays
messages
received
01 Receive
Message
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– displays
messages
received NOTE NOTE
The Com
drop box
offers
options
of ComofPorts
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Com Select
drop
box offers
options
Com Ports
• •
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Click the
Com Select
dropdown to see all Com ports
received
from
such
assettings
input/output
settings
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and command
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settings
and
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to – COM
to connect
to –1-10
COM 1-10
and
command
available. Select your chosen Com port number and
selections.
selections.selections.
09 press
Input/Output
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- Switches
connected
inputs per
09 the
Input/Output
- Switches
connected
inputs
per
You
view
the
current
condition
of
all
input/output
CONNECT
button.
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will
notice
the
button
Youcan
canYou
view
the
current
condition
of
all
input/output
ports
can view the current condition of all input/output ports
output. output.
Operation
as
withas
remote
control
handset.
Operation
with remote
control
handset.
by pressing
the 02
button.button.
ports
bybypressing
the 02
button.
change
to show
‘disconnect’
and CONNECT
STATE
pressing
the
2
change to green for ‘connected’. Pressing the button
Pressing
will delete
the
message
3
Pressing
will delete
the previous
message
Pressing
03
will
delete
theprevious
previous
message
03
again will disconnect the Com port and the CONNECT
received
in
the
window.
received
the window.
received
in the in
window.
state will show red.
04 Send
Window
- Input -your
serial
04 Message
Send Message
Window
Input
yourcommands
serial commands
4for the
Send
Message
Window
-Window
InputWindow
your
serial
matrix
in
the Send
Message
- such
as
for
the
matrix
in the
Send Message
- such as
MX0808-PP
MX0808-PP
instructions
for
or to enter
mode
–mode
and click
commands
foroutputs
theformatrix
inorthe
Send
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instructions
outputs
toupdate
enter
update
–Window
and click
- the
such05
as
instructions
for
outputs
or
to
enter
update
Send
button
to
deliver
the
message
to
the
Matrix.
the 05 Send button to deliver the message to the Matrix.
mode
–The
andcontrol
click command
theuses
Send
button to deliver the
The control
command
5 ASCII.
uses ASCII.
message
to the Matrix. The control command uses ASCII.
NOTE
NOTE
To see the firmware version currently used in the
To see the firmware version currently used in the
systemsystem
– power
off andoff
repower
while the
matrix
is connected
– power
and repower
while
the matrix
is connected
NOTE:
To
see
thefirmware
firmware
version
currently
to COM
The
firmware
versionversion
and
creation
date will
beused
toCTL.
COM
CTL.
The
and creation
date
will bein
the
system
–
power
off
and
repower
while
the
displayed
together
with the
normal
outputoutput
state of
the of
matrix.
displayed
together
with
the normal
state
thematrix
matrix.
MX0606-PP
MX0606-PP
NOTE: The Com Select drop box offers options of
Com Ports to connect to – COM 1-10
denotesdenotes
each OUTPUT
sectionsection
with with
Ayellow
large number
yellow number
each OUTPUT
9A large
Input/Output Switch - Switches connected inputs
INPUTS
chosenchosen
by either
the left/right
arrow buttons
INPUTS
byclicking
either clicking
the left/right
arrow buttons
per
output.
Operation
as with
remote
to scroll
inputs numerically
or by pressing
thehandset.
input
tothrough
scroll
through
inputs
numerically
orcontrol
by pressing
the input
numbers
below. below.
numbers
The INPUT/OUTPUT
switch switch
allows output
port selection
The INPUT/OUTPUT
allows output
port selection
(display)
and Input
select
buttonsbuttons
for specific
(display)
andport
Input
port (source)
select (source)
for specific
is connected to COM CTL. The firmware version and
creation date
will Technical
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14
14
13
ADVANCED OPERATION
ADVANCED OPERATIO
14
ADVANCED OPERATIO
13
8
button again to Connect and power-cyle the matrix
(turn off and on).
ADVANCED OPERATION
A large yellow number denotes each OUTPUT section
with INPUTS chosen by either clicking the left/right arrow
buttons to scroll through inputs numerically or by pressing
the input numbers below.
The INPUT/OUTPUT switch allows output port selection
(display) and Input port select (source) buttons for specific
combinations of displays and sources within the matrix.
combinations
displays
and sources
the matrix.You
You
can saveof your
selections
by within
allocating
your choices
can save your selections by allocating your choices to Save
to Save buttons 1-3 11 and recall previously saved
buttons 1-3 11 and recall previously saved output/ input
5 State
4 3 1-3
2 1
output/
input by
configurations
by pressing
configurations
pressing State 1-3
buttons 10
10 buttons.
RXD TXD
Updates are now active and the matrix firmware is now
updated.
Control Command Format
Control Command Format
Should users wish to write their own command software
Should users wish to write their own command software
for controlling
controlling
matrix
remotely,
see information
for
thethe
matrix
remotely,
see information
on data on data
RXD
Receive
serial
data
from
PC
formatand
and
baud
settings:
format
baud
raterate
settings:
TXD Transmit serial data to PC
COM
PORT
Setting
COMPort
PORT
Setting
Com
Setting
Ground
Firmware Update
To update theUpdate
system firmware, enter the following
Firmware
9 8code7into6
theupdate
Send Message
Window
to include
one
04 ensuring
To
the system
firmware,
enter the
following
Female connector - 9 holes
space
between
each
section
of
the
code.
4
code into the Send Message Window
ensuring to
1 2of the
3 code.
4 5
include one space between each section
Code: 1CP BE 7C 5F
Code:
ICP BE
5FMessage
Press Enter,
then7C
Send
into firmware update mode.
TXD RXD
05
Ground
to put the matrix
7
6
8
9
Press Enter, then Send Message
5 to put the matrix
Male
connector - 9 holes
Pressfirmware
the Disconnect
button and run the firmware.
into
update 08
mode.
When the firmware has finished updating, press the same
13
button again to Connect
and powercyle the matrix
08
8
Press the Disconnect
button and run the firmware.
(turn off and on).
When the firmware has finished updating, press the same
Updates are now active and the MX0606/0808-PP
firmware is now updated.
1
Baud rate
9600bps
Data bits
8bits
Parity
None
Stop bits
1
Flow control
None
13 Setting
themenu
Settings
menu
to make
Setting
– Enter –
theEnter
Settings
area to
makearea
alternations
to
the
matrix,
IR,
EDID
etc.
See
be-low
for
details.
alternations to the matrix, IR, EDID etc. See below for
details.
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3
03
4
01
02
5
05
04
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MX0606-PP
06
8
7
08
07
1
01
SWITCH – Quick Switch option is an alternative
method of switching between sources that is faster than
in Normal mode, resulting in less delay between input
SWITCH – Quick
Switch
option
is means
an alternative
method has
selection.
Although
faster,
the
of switching
of switching
sources that is with
fastersome
than indisplays.
Normal As
been
foundbetween
to be incompatible
mode, resulting in less delay between input selection.
a result we recommend Normal Switch as the default 04
Although faster, the means of switching has been found to be
setting due to reliability and compatibility with outputs.
incompatible with some displays. As a result we recommend
Normal Switch as the default setting due to reliability and
compatibility with outputs.
02
03
2
IR CALL-BACK – This toggles the IR Call-Back
function on and off. The default setting is ON
the
to attempt
aid transmission
HDMI signal.
3 matrix
HDMI
LONGtoCABLE
MODEof–the
If devices
connected
This setting is locked by default.
using HDMI are reaching the upper end of the HDMI
UTP LONG CABLE
As with
HDMI
Long
Cable
transmission
limit MODE
(15m /–49ft)
and
signal
interference
or
Mode,
signal transmission
quality isLong
ef-fected
by aMode to ON
loss isif experienced,
switching
Cable
Cat5e/6/7 cable run reaching the maximum distance
capacity (70m / 230ft using RX-1UTP-IR-70), switching
Long Cable Mode to ON will instruct the matrix to attempt
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IR CALL-BACK – This toggles the IR Call-Back function on
signal
quality.
and off. The default setting is ON
This mode should NOT be used as a general means to
HDMI LONG CABLE MODE – If devices connected using
will instruct matrix to attempt to aid transmission of the
HDMI signal.
This setting is locked by default.
4
UTP LONG CABLE MODE – As with HDMI Long
Cable Mode, if signal transmission quality is affected by a
Cat5e/6 cable run reaching the maximum distance
capacity (70m/230ft), switching Long Cable Mode to ON
will instruct the matrix to attempt to improve transmission
over the UTP in an effort to improve signal quality.
This mode should NOT be used as a general means
to lengthen transmission distance – we recommend
installers be aware of product specifications and use
equipment best suiting the requirements of the project.
This setting is locked by default.
5
Lock/Unlock – To gain access to Long Cable Mode
settings, press ‘unlock’ and enter
‘877379’
NOTE This password cannot be changed
6
2
4
03
03
3
01
01
02
02
Clicking opens a pop-up window in which you can
04
04
choose to let the system automatically
detect your IP
address, with the result displayed in the box below.
Alternatively, if the system cannot detect an IP address,
Clicking
opens
a pop-up
window
in which
you
can
choose
to
selectClicking
‘Use the
following
IPwindow
Address’
andyou
youcan
can
add to
opens
a pop-up
in which
choose
let the system automatically detect your IP address, with the
manually.
let the system automatically detect your IP address, with the
result displayed in the box below. Alternatively, if the system
result displayed in the box below. Alternatively, if the system
cannot detect an IP address, select ‘Use the following IP
cannot detect
an IP address,
select ‘Usetothe
IP
Selection
enables
the IP address
befollowing
obtained
Address’ and you can add manually.
Address’
and
you
can
add
manually.
automatically, with the result appearing in the white box
01 Selection
Selection enables the IP address to be obtained
below.
01
enables the IP address to be obtained
automatically, with the result appearing in the white box
automatically, with the result appearing in the white box
below.
2 Should
below. no address appear or if the system is unable
02detect
Should
no
address
appear
or if the system
unable
to detect
to
anno
IPaddress
address,
select
manually
3 isisto
02
Should
appear
or ifoption
the system
unable
to detect
an
IP
address,
select
option
to
manually
input
the
IP
03
input the
address.
an IPIPaddress,
select option 03 to manually input the IP
address.
address.
404 Click
Click
04 Click
‘877379’
7 EDID COPY SETTING – Copies EDID information
For full information on LAN control, see NETCTL
NOTEdirectly
This password
from onecannot
devicebetochanged
another to aid transmission For full
information
on manual.
LAN control, see NETCTL section of
section
of this
communication
problems
arise EDID/HDCP
between incompatible this manual.
06 ifUTP
ENFORCE – used
to encourage
08
14
B
B
UTP ENFORCE – used to encourage EDID/HDCP
communication between INPUT and OUTPUT devices.
Switching output settings to ON instructs the matrix
to output a signal regardless of device EDID/HDCP or
hotplug data – such information is circumvented to force
communication in the event of problems between sync
to complete the process or
devices. Default setting is OFF.
to
the
process
to complete
complete the
process
or or
If difficulties are encountered receiving a signal from a
particular source to a display, change UTP ENFORCE
to exit and return to the main screen.
to exit
exit and
to the
mainmain
screen.
setting to ON for that particular OUTPUT.
to
andreturn
return
to the
screen.
Although this setting can be used to fix EDID
communication problems, we recommend this setting
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IP
address
of
the
matrix
into
your
internet
browser
NOTE
Lock/Unlock – To gain access to Long Cable Mode settings,
To access matrix control over LAN, enter the IP
operation
by the end user.
and you will be directed to the web control screen.
press ‘unlock’ and enter
address of the matrix into your internet browser and you will
be directed to the web control screen.
07
A
A
1
ADVANCED OPERATION
05
14
14
FACTORY RESET – restores all matrix settings to factory
FACTORY RESET – restores all matrix settings to factory
default. This action cannot not be reversed.
default. This action cannot not be reversed.
Set IP The matrix can also be controlled over LAN. Selecting
Set IP The matrix can also be controlled over LAN. Selecting
the Set IP 14 button in the main COMCTL screen allows
the Set IP 14 button in the main COMCTL screen allows
access to IP functions that obtains and stores IP address
access to IP functions that obtains and stores IP address
information necessary for LAN control.
information necessary for LAN control. 1
ADVANCED OPERATION
08
08
devices.
Use the
dropdown
boxes
to select
which INPUT/
communication
between
INPUT and
OUTPUT
devices.
15 IR SET - The matrix supports third party control
Switching
output
settings
to
ON
instructs
the
matrix
to
output
OUTPUT devices to copy from and where to be copied 15 IR
SET - The
supports
third party
systems
andMX0606/0808-PP
learning handsets.
Pressing
the IR SET
a signal regardless of device EDID/HDCP or hotplug data –
to.
control
systems
and
learning
handsets.
Pressing
the
IR SET for
button in the COM CTL main screen allows access
such information is circumvented to force communication in
button
in
the
COM
CTL
main
screen
allows
access
for
users to enter new IR code or modify existing users
code and
the
of problems between sync devices. Default setting
8 event
to
enter new IR code or modify existing code and assign it
FACTORY RESET – restores all matrix settings to
assign it to inputs and outputs so control using third party
is OFF.
to inputs and outputs so control using third party systems is
factory
default.
This actionreceiving
cannota not
befrom
reversed.
systems is possible.
If difficulties
are encountered
signal
a
possible.
Toinput
inputor or
amend
IR code,
thebelow:
steps below:
particular source to a display, change UTP ENFORCE setting
To
amend
IR code,
follow follow
the steps
14ONSet
IP particular
The matrix
can also be controlled over LAN.
to
for that
OUTPUT.
Although this
can 14
be used
to fixinEDID
communication
Selecting
thesetting
Set IP
button
the main
COMCTL
1-Press
Press
1problems,
we
recommend
this
setting
for
system
screen allows access to IP functions that debugging
obtains and
by the installer
only, and
not for operation
by the for
endLAN
user. control.
stores
IP address
information
necessary
EDID COPY SETTING – Copies EDID information
directly from one device to another to aid transmission if
communication problems arise between incompatible devices.
Use the dropdown boxes to select which INPUT/OUTPUT
devices to copy from and where to be copied to.
to
COM
CTLCTL
to read
the IRthe
codeIRfrom
thefrom
control
toinstruct
instruct
COM
to read
code
the control
system. The resulting data will appear in the central section.
system. The resulting data will appear in the central
section.
2Use your cursor to click into the box containing the IR data
you wish to change.
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– restores all matrix
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3- With theSupport:
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pointing at the device,
press the
default. This action cannot not be reversed.
handset button you wish to transfer IR Code from and the
code will appear in your selected IR Code box.
Set IP The matrix can also be controlled over LAN. Selecting
15
OPERATION
1- Press
ADVANCED OPERATION
to instruct COM CTL to read the IR code from the control
system.
TheCOM
resulting
willthe
appear
in the
central
section.
to instruct
CTL data
to read
IR code
from
the control
2Use
your
cursor
to
click
into
the
box
containing
system. The resulting data will appear in the central section. the IR
2Useyou
yourwish
cursor
click into the box containing the IR data
data
totochange.
you
wish
to
change.
2- Use your cursor to click into the box containing the IR data
youWith
wish the
to change.
3remote control pointing at the device, press
3- With the remote control pointing at the device, press the
the handset button you wish to transfer IR Code from and
handset
button
you wish
to pointing
transfer IR
Code
from press
and the
3- With the
remote
control
at the
device,
the
the code will appear in your selected IR Code box.
code
will button
appearyou
in your
IR Code
box.from and the
handset
wishselected
to transfer
IR Code
code will appear in your selected IR Code box.
4- To
Toconfirm
confirm
change,
4thisthis
change,
click click
4- To confirm this change, click
to
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be read, saved and recalled.
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Then select your INPUT port and press
“Download” to send the EDID to your input
5
Alternatively, you can open EDID from here if
you have previously saved output EDID in bin format.
Recommended if you frequently need to use specific
output EDID, from a particular display, for example
17 IR Matrix – manually connects INPUT IR RX ports
to Output Display Receiver IR TX ports – this function is
available when the matrix is connected to display receiver
via the HDBT OUT Cat5e/6/7 port.
IR Matrix allows manual selection of source device IR RX
ports 1 by Display Receiver IR TX ports 2
The dropdown menu 3 allows ALL IR TX ports to be
set to ONE specific INPUT device IR RX port with the
current settings of the IR Matrix viewable by pressing the
STATUS button 4
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Models within the WyreStorm matrix range can also be
controlled over a network using a web browser and either
the new built-in WyreStorm web interface for source/
display switching, set up and configuration or LAN
protocols from leading third party systems.
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click
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will not damage your equipment, but it may result in
poor/no
connection.
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to return without changes taking effect.
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and display. If there is any disparity between the two,
successful
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EDID
DIP Switch
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Distribution of HD signals through the matrix requires mutual
This matrix comes equipped with an EDID DIP switch
communication or ‘handshake’ between source and display. If
for manual
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encourage
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successful
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becomes
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This matrix comes equipped with an EDID DIP switch for manual
on your connected devices and adjust the DIP settings as
adjustment of matrix settings to encourage communication
required.INPUT and OUTPUT devices. If installation compatibility
between
issues arise, check the settings on your connected devices and
! Changes
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the matrix
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to guard
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ATTENTION
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EDID Copy from Output display to Input port (Force
Signal Output mode)
To copy the EDID from an HDMI OUTPUT display to
a specific INPUT port, first set the DIP switch to this
position. Then select the INPUT by pressing and holding
the chosen OUTPUT SELECT button for 3 seconds for
the EDID to be copied from the DISPLAY to the INPUT
port.
ADVANCED OPERATION
LAN Control Using WyreStorm Web UI and Third
Party Systems
For example: If OUTPUT 3 is selected for INPUT 1, the
EDID for OUTPUT 3 will be copied to INPUT 1 – this
is achieved by the system setting HDMI OUTPUT as a
higher priority than UTP OUTPUT.
If EDID copy is not successfully completed, the INPUT
Port EDID will remain the unchanged.
RESETTING TO FACTORY DEFAULT:
To reset EDID for all ports, simply set the DIP switch to
the above position when the matrix is powered OFF. On
powering ON, all ports will revert to the above factory
default and DIP switches can be adjusted as necessary.
AVR 7.1 Audio EDID COPY to Blu-ray source (AV
Receiver copy)
For users who wish to copy EDID from an AV Receiver
with 7.1channel audio to a specific input port containing
a Blu-ray player, follow a variation on the instructions
above:
1 Set the DIP switch to the above position with the matrix
in the OFF position.
2 Connect the AVR to your desired OUTPUT port on the
matrix (for example, OUTPUT 2)
3 Power ON the matrix and select your INPUT your
chosen SOURCE is connected to (for example, INPUT
3 – Blu-ray)
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seconds for the EDID data to be copied from OUTPUT 2
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13.
Troubleshooting
Generally, the majority of HD distribution installation
issues are either caused by minor connection
errors, communication problems between devices,
or when the transmission of high signal bandwidth
is attempted using insufficient cable.
Should you encounter any technical difficulties
when installing and configuring the matrix, we
are confident solutions can be found by working
through the following troubleshooting checklist
before seeking alternative technical support.
No Picture or Poor Quality Picture
1) Power – are all HDBaseT transmitters or matrices
powered? All units should have their own power source
connected – Please use power supplies included.
NOTE: The MX-0808-PP-AUD is not PoH enabled
and does not support remote powering of display
receivers. Connected HDBaseT receivers will
require local mains power at each display zone.
Are all sources definitely powered and firmly connected?
2) If possible, always use test equipment prior to
installation and to troubleshoot any problems.
3) Distance – Is the cable too long for the signal to be
transmitted effectively? The HDBaseT classification used
within the transmitters and receivers allow transmission of
1080p up to 70m/230ft so make sure the cable distance
matches the project requirements and is well within the
maximum transmission distance of the signal.
NOTE If approaching the limits of the transmission
capabilities, transmission should be extended by
using another extender set to ensure the signal
reaches its destination effectively.
4) Cable Joins – Joins in the cable run or RJ45
connectors can impact on signal strength, resulting in
reduced transmission that may manifest itself in incorrect
picture quality, picture dropping out or a complete lack of
picture
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5) Cable Choice and Signal Reduction – Are stranded
patch leads being used as interconnects between patch
panels or wall outlets? CCA (Copper Clad aluminium)
cables being used? These can reduce transmission
rates by up to 40% – we recommend solid core straight
through with minimum connections used wherever
possible.
6) Correct connection – It may seem obvious but
double check all UTP, HDMI, power and IR cables are
connected to the correct ports.
NOTE: Even a fraction off can be the difference
between a perfect picture and a blank screen.
Double check all connections are firmly made in the
correct ports.
7) Cable wired to 568B standard? Is the cable wired
and terminated correctly and are those terminations
connected to the correct ports? Incorrect wiring and
termination will result in unstable operation or a blank
screen.
8) Electrical interference – HDBaseT is less susceptible
to interference compared to regular transmissions but
the location of cables and devices should be considered
- could any form of interference be generated? If so,
attempt to remove the source of electrical interference
or move the cable run to decrease the effects of the
interference.
9) Is a picture achieved when connecting the source
directly to the display? If not then the problem could lie
with the input or output device rather than the means of
distribution i.e. the cable, receiver or matrix itself.
10) HDMI lead condition and quality – HDMI cables
and connectors are delicate and can be damaged much
easier than component or coax cable. Furthermore,
lead quality varies dramatically, particularly in lower price
brackets. Swap HDMI leads and check operation –
damage to or quality of your leads could be the problem.
If in doubt, swap them over. Always take care inserting
and extracting your HDMI from matrix ports so as not to
damage the connectors or ports.
11) Picture speckles/HD ‘noise’ – represents a poorly
established signal that may be caused by poor quality or
excessive HDMI cable lengths. Try swapping the display
adaptors from a location that is functioning properly or
swapping the outputs of the matrix switch used.
If the problem remains on the same screen this may be
caused by a connection problem between matrix and
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HD Noise (NO image) may be an HDCP Issue between
the source and display but poor cabling can also cause
this due to poor communication.
12) Blu-ray: 3D – is the equipment used 3D enabled/
compatible? Is a 3D disc being played in a 3D enabled
Blu-ray player or through a compatible AV receiver?
16) Colour distortion – a pink or green screen indicates
an incompatibility between colour spacing formats – the
commonly used RGB or YUV used by older displays.
Some sources allow switching between RGB and YUV
which may solve any colour problems. If not, try changing
the HDMI cable between the source and the matrix to rule
out defective cabling.
No Sound or Poor Quality Audio
Audio is transmitted within the video signal – there is no
separate audio track – so generally a problem with sound
will be accompanied by a problem with picture. However,
if technical issues with audio are experienced, the cause
is typically communication between sources, displays
and/or AV receiver settings.
1) Have specific speaker sets or zones been
enabled? Some AV receivers allow individual speaker
selections assigned to specific zones in the set up so
check the speakers used are fully connected to the
amplifier and correctly assigned within the system set
up. It may be an EDID issue in that the source reads
the audio EDID from the display and only requests two
channel audio and EDID copy from the AVR may be
required or use an embedded EDID in the AMP or Matrix.
NOTE: If problems are experienced when an AV
receiver is used, the cause is usually the settings of
the AVR itself.
Refer to the AVR manufacturer’s guidelines on the
correct settings to use for your requirements.
2) Consistency of audio output between devices – Is
there any discrepancy between the audio output of the
source, the audio or zonal settings of the AV receiver and
the speaker configuration used needed for successful
audio replication? If outputting 7.1, make sure all devices
connected are also outputting 7.1
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NOTE: Occasionally with some sources, the device
settings allow the specification of audio output
through a TV or an HDMI port. If using an AV
receiver, check the HDMI output option is selected.
3) Do all the local sources work through the AV
receiver?
Check the operation of each source individually.
Bandwidth
1) If using a graphics-based source (such as a PC/Mac/
media server), make sure the source resolution is set to
a maximum of 1080p, 50Hz. Higher resolutions available
for graphics-based systems require higher bandwidth
that may affect transmission of signals as well as
incompatibility with devices.
IR
1) Check emitters at the IR TX transmitter end
and receivers at the IR RX receiver end – are they
connected to the correct ports on the matrix and display
receiver.
2) Is the emitter correctly positioned on the source?
Fix the emitter directly over the infrared sensor of the
source and attach using the adhesive backing.
NOTE: Locate the infrared source sensor by using
a flashlight to find the sensor within the facia of the
source display. If necessary, secure the emitter over
the sensor with a small amount of contact adhesive.
3) Is the remote handset powered and sending a
signal? IR is invisible to the naked eye, so use a digital
camera/ phone camera to check the remote signal – point
the camera at the remote control when pressing a button.
The remote transmitter can be seen flashing to indicate a
signal being sent. Replace batteries if flashing is not seen
on the digital camera screen.
4) UTP Termination Issues – ensure cables and
RJ45 terminations are correct and in good condition at
both transmitter and receiver ends to see if control is
established. If so, a possible re-termination of the cable
could remedy the problem.
5) Are WyreStorm emitters and receivers being
used? The use of third party products/magic eyes may
not be compatible. Always use WyreStorm components
included with your purchase or check compatibility of
third party control systems with your WyreStorm dealer.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
display – turn off all equipment and swap the signal
carrying cables at both ends to ascertain if the cable or
termination is at fault.
FAQ
6) IR dropout issues - these can be due to exterior
influences emitting infrared radiation that can interrupt IR
signals. Ensure emitters and receivers are away from the
following causes of IR interference.
• Direct sunlight, Fluorescent lighting (on cold start up)
• Halogen lighting
• Plasma screens
If problems persist, swap out the IR emitters and receivers
to rule out faults with the units themselves. Use emitters
you know are fully operational to test working condition.
Reactivate the IR call-back function on your matrix and
swap IR ports on the matrix to rule out a fault with the
matrix or connection ports.
Should IR remain unresponsive, turn off and disconnect
all cables from the matrix and reconnect zones one at a
time to assess if one location in particular is the problem.
If so, run new cables directly to the display – if this fixes
the problem, it is likely that electromagnetic interference /
damage to the cable somewhere along the run is causing
the IR signal to drop out. Investigate and remove EM
interference from the run or replace damaged UTP cable.
14.
FAQ
Cat5e or 6?
While our equipment is tested and graded to Cat5e
cable standard; tests have shown that better results
are achieved when using Cat6 cable. The lower AWG
(American Wire Gauge) uses thicker copper cores ensure
better signal transfer/Transmission rates. Newly installed
cabling should always conform to Part P Regulation and
BS 7671 (17th Edition), and should be terminated to 568B
standard.
Can I use a single Cat5e/Cat 6 cable?
HDBaseT technology only requires a single cable; all
features associated with twin cable are supported with
the added benefit of RS232 control and Ethernet on
100m/328ft HDBaseT products, with 70m/230ft HDBaseT
products removing Ethernet pass-through functionality.
How far can the signal travel?
Under perfect transmission conditions our HDBaseT
receivers will operate at 50m, 70m or 100m (@1080p)
depending on the model used. Perfect conditions means
no electrical interference, straight cable runs with no
bends or kinks and no patch panels or wall outlets.
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If some of the above are factors in your installation then
signal strength and bandwidth can be compromised. If
a cable run is reaching the upper limit of the receiver’s
capabilities, then the signal can be boosted by way of an
AMP-001-010 as an in-line repeater up to 7 times (490m)
using HDBaseT technology.
What about 3D?
The RX-70-IR-POH, all of our matrix switches and most
of our extender products will pass-through a 3D Blu-ray
signal (frame packing - Blu-Ray & Stereoscopic - satellite/
cable).
How do I control the sources?
All of our HDMI distribution products support IR passthrough from point-to-point extender sets to AMP and
HDBaseT matrices. Most of the range now supports
wideband IR meaning it is compatible with any IR device
available on the market.
Our PP and HDBaseT matrix range (Cat 5e/Cat6) has IR
pass-through from each of the outputs and has discrete
IR outputs at the switch end, meaning you can have
multiple identical sources yet the IR would be routed only
to the applicable source.
Do I need power at the TV end?
Yes. Our RX-70-POH HD display adaptors require a
power supply at the TV end. NON PoH devices require
5v. It’s important that these are powered locally and do
not receive remote power from the rack as there can be
issues resulting from voltage drop along the length of
cable.
For non-PoH products, our USB to 5v power cables
overcome the problem of having a second mains outlet
behind the TV. These useful leads draw power from
the USB port of the display to power the receiver, this
also means that the receiver is only powered when the
display is on making the system more energy efficient and
environmentally friendly.
Are WyreStorm products compatible with HDMI 1.4?
HDMI 1.4 refers to a list of ‘features’ that a device is
capable of supporting, including Ethernet channel, return
audio channel, 3D etc. Due to the continuously evolving
nature of the technology, HDMI Licensing LLC have now
decided to simplify terminology by testing and referring to
cable in terms of STANDARD or HIGH-SPEED rather than
in generations 1.3, 1.4 etc.
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• All WyreStorm equipment support HIGH-SPEED
(or “category 2”) HDMI cables that have been tested
to perform at speeds of 340Mhz or up to 10.2Gbps,
which is the highest bandwidth currently utilised over
an HDMI cable and can successfully handle 1080p
signals including those at increased colour depths and/
or increased refresh rates from the Source. High-Speed
cables are also able to accommodate higher resolution
displays, such as WQXGA cinema monitors (resolution of
2560 x 1600).
What about screens with different resolution
capabilities?
When sending a signal point to point a TV will
communicate it’s capabilities to the source, then the
source will output a suitable signal that compatible (i.e.
1080p Stereo audio).
If you were to use a matrix switch with three 1080p
screens and one 1080i screen, the resultant image would
be1080i across all screens. The matrix switches do not
scale per output but instead negotiate with the source a
signal that all screens are capable of supporting.
How does the Matrix cope with HDCP?
HDCP (High Definition Copyright Protection) is a feature
built in to HDMI devices to prevent theft of or illegal
distribution of HD content.
Unlike competing products, WyreStorm matrix switches
are legal and comply with HDCP regulations. They do
this by assigning a “key” to every display connected to
the switch. HDCP “keys” are assigned to a display when
connected to a HDMI device normally. This doesn’t
change when connected to a switch; it just assigns more
of them.
I can get 1080i but not 1080p at a TV location
Firstly ensure that both the source is capable of outputting
1080p and that the TV is Full HD 1080p screen. If this
is the case then the AMP, display receiver or PP Matrix
may require EDID management setting up using the DIP
switches. This useful feature provides a successful “send
and receive” to ensure swift and stable EDID negotiation
between the source and display. See Troubleshooting
section for more tips on problem solving.
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I cannot get a signal from my A/V receiver along a
Cat 5e extender set
Check to ensure that the A/V Receiver isn’t adding CEC
(HDMI Control Protocol) to the outgoing signal, this can
sometimes have an effect on the HDMI signal.
15.
Maintenance
Clean this unit with a soft, dry cloth only. Never use
alcohol, paint thinner or other harsh chemicals.
16.
Provided Service
1. Damage requiring service: This unit should be
serviced by a qualified service personnel if:
• The DC power supply or AC adaptor has been
damaged.
• Objects or liquid have gotten into the unit.
• The unit has been exposed to rain.
• The unit does not operate normally or exhibits a marked
change in performance.
• The unit has been dropped or the cabinet damaged.
2. Servicing Personnel: Do not attempt to service the
unit beyond that described in these operating instructions.
Refer all other servicing to authorised servicing personnel.
3. Replacement Parts: When parts need replacing,
ensure parts approved by the manufacturer are used
– either those specified by the manufacturer or parts
possessing the same characteristics as the original parts.
Be aware – unauthorised substitutes may result in fire,
electric shock, or other hazards and will invalidate your
warranty.
4. Safety Check: After repairs or service, ask the service
personnel to perform safety checks to confirm the unit is
in proper working condition.
17.
Mail-in-service
When shipping the unit, carefully pack and send it
prepaid, with adequate insurance and preferably in the
original packaging.
Please include a document or letter detailing the reason
for return and include a daytime telephone number and/or
email address where you can be contacted.
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MAINTENANCE, PROVIDED SERVICE AND MAIL-IN-SERVICE
• STANDARD (or “category 1”) HDMI cables perform
at speeds of 75Mhz or up to 6.75Gbps, which is the
equivalent to a 720p/1080i signal – These HDMI cables
are NOT recommended.
WARRANTY, WARRANTY LIMITS & EXCLUSIONS AND DISCLAIMER
If repair is required during the limited warranty period,
the purchaser will be required to provide a sales receipt
or other proof of purchase, indicating date and location
of purchase as well as the price paid for the product.
The customer will be charged for the repair of any unit
received unless such information is provided.
18i.
Warranty
Should you feel your product does not function
adequately due to defects in materials or workmanship,
we (referred to as “the warrantor”) will, for the length of
the period indicated below (starting from the original date
of purchase) either:
a) Repair the product with new or refurbished parts.
or
b) Replace it with a new or refurbished product.
Limited warranty period:
All WyreStorm products are covered by a 3 year PARTS
and LABOUR warranty. During this period there will be no
charge for unit repair, replacement of unit components or
replacement of product if necessary.
The decision to repair or replace will be made by the
warrantor. The purchaser must mail-in the product during
the warranty period. This limited warranty only covers the
product purchased as new and is extended to the original
purchaser only. It is non-transferable to subsequent
owners, even during the warranty period.
A purchase receipt or other proof of original purchase
date is required for the limited warranty service.
18ii. Warranty Limits &
Exclusions
1. This Limited Warranty ONLY COVERS failures due
to defects in materials or workmanship and DOES
NOT COVER normal wear and tear or cosmetic
damage.
The limited warranty also DOES NOT COVER damage
that occurs in shipment or failures caused by products not
supplied by the warrantor, failures resulting from accident,
misuse, abuse, neglect, mishandling, misapplication,
alteration, incorrect installation, set-up adjustment,
implementation of/to consumer controls, improper
maintenance, power line surge, lightening damage,
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modification, service by anyone other than
a manufacturer-approved service centre or factoryauthorised personnel, or damage attributable to acts of
God.
2. There are no express warranties except as listed
under “limited warranty coverage.” The warrantor
is not liable for incidental or consequential damage
resulting from the use of this product or arising out
of any breach of this warranty.
For example: damages for lost time, the cost of having a
person/persons remove or re-install previously installed
equipment, travel to and from service location, loss of or
damage to media, images, data or other recorded/stored
content. The items listed here are not exclusive, but are
for illustration only.
Parts and service not covered by this limited warranty
are not the responsibility of the warrantor and should be
considered the responsibility of the individual.
19.
Disclaimer
WYRESTORM PUBLICATION DISCLAIMER
The material contained in this document consists of
information that is the sole property of WyreStorm. This
document is intended to provide information to allow
interfacing to the relevant WyreStorm equipment by third
party products.
WYRESTORM IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR
MALFUNCTIONS AND/OR THE IN-OPERABILITY
WHICH MAY BE CAUSED BY THE APPLICATION
OF THIS INFORMATION, WHETHER EXPECTED OR
NOT.
WyreStorm reserves the right to change software, control
codes and specifications without notice.
WyreStorm will not be liable for any use of this information
or any changes it may make to those products. The use
of this information constitutes an agreement by the user
to these limitations and exclusions.
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INSTALLATION REFERENCE LOGS
INPUT REFERENCE LOG
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Logs
19. Reference
Installation
Reference Logs
Wyrestorm Matrix INPUT installation reference log
INPUT
Input
number on
Matrix
Source Location
Source Details
Source resolution & audio
settings
Cable
Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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OUTPUT REFERENCE LOG
Wyrestorm Matrix OUPUT installation reference log
INSTALLATION REFERENCE LOGS
OUTPUT
Output
number on
Matrix
Output Location
Display Details
Display Resolution & Audio
Settings
Cable
Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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INSTALLATION NOTES
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WyreStorm Technical Support
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