USER MANUAL
MODEL:
VP-734
Presentation Switcher/ Scaler
P/N: 2900-300357 Rev 4
www.kramerAV.com
Contents
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Introduction
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2.1
2.2
2.3
Getting Started
Achieving the Best Performance
Safety Instructions
Recycling Kramer Products
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Overview
Defining the VP-734 Presentation Switcher/ Scaler
Installing in a Rack
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5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
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6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
Connecting the VP-734
Universal Connector Pinout
Connecting to the VP-734 via RS-232
Connecting the Balanced/Unbalanced Stereo Audio Output
Connecting the VP-734 via the ETHERNET Port
Presentation Switcher / Scaler Buttons
Switching the Inputs
Using the BLANK and FREEZE Buttons
Locking and Unlocking the Front Panel
The Infrared Remote Control Transmitter
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7.1
7.2
7.3
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Configuring the VP-734 via the OSD MENU Screens
The Input Screen
The Picture Screen
The Output Screen
The Audio Screen
The Setup Screen
The Info Screen
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Firmware Upgrade
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9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
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9.6
9.7
9.8
9.9
9.10
9.11
9.12
Using the Embedded Web Pages
Browsing the VP-734 Web Pages
The Routing & Scaling Page
The Device Settings Page
The Input Settings Page
The Output Settings Page
The Audio Settings Page
The Miscellaneous Video Settings Page
The EDID Management Page
The Advanced Settings Page
The Custom Resolutions Page
The Security Page
The About Page
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10.1
10.2
10.3
Technical Specifications
Default Communication Parameters
Tables of Supported Input Resolutions
Tables of Supported Output Resolutions
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VP-734 Communication Protocol
Command list
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Figures
Figure 1: VP-734 Presentation Switcher/ Scaler Front Panel
Figure 2: VP-734 Presentation Switcher/ Scaler Rear Panel
Figure 3: Connecting to the VP-734 Rear Panel
Figure 4: UNIV 15-pin HD Connector Pinout
Figure 5: Connecting the Balanced Stereo Audio Output
Figure 6: Connecting an Unbalanced Stereo Audio Acceptor to the Balanced Output
Figure 7: Local Area Connection Properties Window
Figure 8: Internet Protocol Version 4 Properties Window
Figure 9: Internet Protocol Version 6 Properties Window
Figure 10: Internet Protocol Properties Window
Figure 11: IR Remote Control Transmitter
Figure 12: MENU Items
Figure 13: Input Screen
Figure 14: Picture Screen
Figure 15: Output Screen
Figure 16: Audio Screen
Figure 17: Setup Screen
Figure 18: Text Overlay Application Screen
Figure 19: Active Video Functions
Figure 20: Information Screen
Figure 21: Firmware Upgrade – the VP Download Tool
Figure 22: Using the Embedded Web pages – the Authentication Window
Figure 23: The Routing & Scaling Page with Web page list on the left
Figure 24: The Routing & Scaling Page
Figure 25: The Routing & Scaling Page
Figure 26: The Routing & Scaling Page – Selecting the output Resolution
Figure 27: The Routing & Scaling Page – Input Selection
Figure 28: The Routing & Scaling Page – Program Lower Buttons Bar
Figure 29: The Routing & Scaling Page – Storing and Recalling a Preset
Figure 30: The Routing & Scaling Page – Muting the Audio Level
Figure 31: The Routing & Scaling Page – Editing an Input
Figure 32: The Device Settings Page
Figure 33: The Device Settings Page – the Information Window
Figure 34: The Device Settings Page – Factory Reset
Figure 35: The Input Settings Page
Figure 36: The Output Settings Page
Figure 37: The Audio Settings Page
Figure 38: The Miscellaneous Video Settings Page
Figure 39: The EDID Page
Figure 40: The EDID Page – Copying the EDID from
Figure 41: The EDID Page – Selecting a Resolution to copy to an Input
Figure 42: The EDID Page – Copying from an Output
Figure 43: The Advanced Settings Page
Figure 44: The Custom Resolutions Page
Figure 45: The Security Page
Figure 46: The About Page
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VP-734 - Contents
1
Introduction
Welcome to Kramer Electronics! Since 1981, Kramer Electronics has been
providing a world of unique, creative, and affordable solutions to the vast range of
problems that confront the video, audio, presentation, and broadcasting
professional on a daily basis. In recent years, we have redesigned and upgraded
most of our line, making the best even better!
Our 1,000-plus different models now appear in 14 groups that are clearly defined by
function: GROUP 1: Distribution Amplifiers; GROUP 2: Switchers and Routers;
GROUP 3: Control Systems; GROUP 4: Format/Standards Converters; GROUP 5:
Range Extenders and Repeaters; GROUP 6: Specialty AV Products; GROUP 7:
Scan Converters and Scalers; GROUP 8: Cables and Connectors; GROUP 9:
Room Connectivity; GROUP 10: Accessories and Rack Adapters; GROUP 11:
Sierra Video Products; GROUP 12: Digital Signage; GROUP 13: Audio; and
GROUP 14: Collaboration.
Congratulations on purchasing your Kramer VP-734 Presentation Switcher/ Scaler,
which is ideal for the following typical applications:

Presentation applications

Projection systems in conference rooms, boardrooms, auditoriums, hotels
and churches, production studios, rental and staging
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Any application where high quality conversion and switching of multiple and
different video signals to graphical data signals is required for display or
projection purposes
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Getting Started
We recommend that you:
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Unpack the equipment carefully and save the original box and packaging
materials for possible future shipment
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Review the contents of this user manual
Go to http://www.kramerav.com/downloads/VP-734 to check for up-to-date
user manuals, application programs, and to check if firmware upgrades are
available (where appropriate).
2.1
Achieving the Best Performance
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Use only good quality connection cables (we recommend Kramer highperformance, high-resolution cables) to avoid interference, deterioration in
signal quality due to poor matching, and elevated noise levels (often
associated with low quality cables)
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Do not secure the cables in tight bundles or roll the slack into tight coils
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Avoid interference from neighbouring electrical appliances that may
adversely influence signal quality
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Position your Kramer VP-734 away from moisture, excessive sunlight and
dust
This equipment is to be used only inside a building. It may only be
connected to other equipment that is installed inside a building.
2.2
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Safety Instructions
Caution:
There are no operator serviceable parts inside the unit
Warning:
Use only the power cord that is supplied with the unit
Warning:
Do not open the unit. High voltages can cause electrical
shock! Servicing by qualified personnel only
Warning:
Disconnect the power and unplug the unit from the wall
before installing
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2.3
Recycling Kramer Products
The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive 2002/96/EC aims
to reduce the amount of WEEE sent for disposal to landfill or incineration by
requiring it to be collected and recycled. To comply with the WEEE Directive,
Kramer Electronics has made arrangements with the European Advanced
Recycling Network (EARN) and will cover any costs of treatment, recycling and
recovery of waste Kramer Electronics branded equipment on arrival at the EARN
facility. For details of Kramer’s recycling arrangements in your particular country go
to our recycling pages at http://www.kramerelectronics.com/support/recycling/.
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Overview
The Kramer VP-734 is a 7-input Presentation Switcher / Scaler for a wide variety of
presentation and multimedia applications. The VP-734 has four HDMI, one
DisplayPort, and two user definable (universal) analog video inputs (each can be
set as computer graphics, composite video, s-Video (Y/C) or component video). It
up- or down scales to selectable output resolutions (up to 4K/UHD) and provides
glitch-free switching between sources through fast FTB™ (fade-thru-black)
switching technology. The scaled signal outputs simultaneously to a 15-pin HD
computer graphics and an HDMI connector output. Rich audio support is also
included, with digital audio embedding and de-embedding, as well as 7 analog
stereo inputs; and analog, S/PDIF, and speaker outputs.
The VP-734 features:
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PixPerfect™ Scaling Technology – Kramer’s precision pixel mapping and
high quality scaling technology
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Fast Fade-Thru-Black (FTB™) Switching - Video switching transitions are
clean and fast. The video fades to black and the new input fades from black
for smooth, glitch-free switching. The output signal provides constant sync so
the display never glitches
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7 input buttons for switching a selected input to the outputs
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Output resolutions – with selectable refresh rates up to 4K/UHD
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Scaled video outputs –HDMI and 15-pin HD computer graphics video
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Computer graphics output resolutions – including a user-defined output
resolution with selectable refresh rates
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Multiple aspect ratio selections
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Auto-switching and auto-scanning of inputs
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Efficient power-saving features
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A USB port for downloading splash-screen logo; and for storing /
downloading the machine configurations via a flash drive
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Audio breakaway and AFV (audio-follow-video) operation support
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Embedded audio on the HDMI and DisplayPort inputs and outputs
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Built-in noise reduction and picture enhancement features
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Powerful audio features via DSP technology including audio equalization,
mixing, delay and so on
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One stereo speaker output, 10W per channel into 8Ω, on a 4-pin terminal
block connector
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Built-in Time Base Corrector - stabilizes video sources with unstable sync
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Built-in video Proc-Amp - color, hue, sharpness, contrast, and brightness are
set individually for each input
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BLANK and FREEZE buttons, a RESET TO XGA/720P button (to hardwarereset the output resolution); and a PANEL LOCK button
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Firmware Upgrade – Ethernet-based, via a user-friendly software upgrade
tool
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User-friendly AP for Text Overlay support
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An OSD (On-Screen Display) – for making adjustments – that can be located
anywhere on the screen
In addition, the VP-734:
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Includes non-volatile memory that retains the last settings, after switching the
power off and then on again
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Is specifically designed to improve video quality by reducing chroma noise
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Includes numerous filters and algorithms for eliminating picture artifacts
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Scales and zooms (to up to 400% of the original size)
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Features advanced EDID management per input
Control your VP-734 directly via the front panel push buttons (with on-screen
menus), or:
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By RS-232 serial commands transmitted by a touch screen system, PC, or
other serial controller
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Remotely, from the infrared remote control transmitter
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Via the Ethernet using built-in user-friendly Web pages
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The VP-734 is housed in a 19” 1U rack mountable enclosure, with rack “ears”
included, and is fed from a 100-240 VAC universal switching power supply.
3.1
Defining the VP-734 Presentation Switcher/ Scaler
This section defines the VP-734.
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Figure 1: VP-734 Presentation Switcher/ Scaler Front Panel
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Feature
Function
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IR Receiver
Receives signals from the remote control transmitter
LED
2
Lights red when the unit accepts IR remote commands
UNIV.
1
Press to select the composite video / s-Video / component video source (configured via the OSD menu, see Section 7.1)
and the appropriate audio source (from 1 to 2)
HDMI
1
Press to select the HDMI source (from 1 to 4)
4
DP
Press to select the DP source
5
Program BLANK Button
Press to toggle between a blank screen (blue or black) and the program display.
The BLANK button can be programmed to mute the audio signal at the same time (see Section 6.2)
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Program FREEZE Button
Press to freeze/unfreeze the program output video image, The FREEZE button can be programmed to mute the audio
signal at the same time (see Section 6.2)
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MENU Button
Press to display the OSD menu screen. Press again to return to normal operation.
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ENTER Button
Press to move to the next level in the OSD screen or to accept a new parameter
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INPUT Selector
Buttons
(illuminate green
when selected)
Button
Decreases the range by one step in the OSD screen or moves to the previous level in the OSD screen.
Decreases the volume level, when not in the OSD menu
Button
Moves up one step (in the same level) in the OSD screen, or moves to the previous slide when running a slideshow
Button
Increases the range by one step in the OSD screen
Increases the volume level, when not in the OSD menu
Button
Moves down one step (in the same level) in the OSD screen, or moves to the next slide when running a slideshow
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RESET TO XGA/720p
Button
Press and hold to reset to the default resolution (toggles between RESET TO XGA and 720p)
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PANEL LOCK Button
Press to lock/unlock the front panel to prevent unintentional operation
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USB Connector
Connects to a USB drive to download a Logo and save settings (see Section 6.2)
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Figure 2: VP-734 Presentation Switcher/ Scaler Rear Panel
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Feature
Function
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UNIV 1 IN 15-pin HD Connector
Connect to the universal source (as computer graphics, composite video, s-Video or
component video), from 1 to 2
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HDMI 1 IN Connector
Connect to the HDMI 1 source (from 1 to 4)
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DP IN DisplayPort Connector
Connect to the DP source
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CONFIGURABLE AUDIO INPUTS on 3.5 Mini Jack
Connectors
Connect to the unbalanced stereo analog audio sources from 1 to 7
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AUDIO LINE OUT 5-pin Terminal Block
Connect to the balanced stereo analog audio acceptor (see Section 5.3)
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HDMI 1 Connector
Connect to an HDMI acceptor
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VIDEO
OUTPUTS
PC 15-pin HD Connector
Connect to a computer graphics acceptor
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ETHERNET Port
Connect to your LAN
Local Area Network – that is computers sharing a common communications line or wireless
link, which often share a server within a defined geographic area
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RS-232 9-pin D-sub Connector
Connect to PC or Serial Controller
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SPKR OUT 4-pin Terminal Block
Connect to a pair of loudspeakers
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S/PDIF IN 3.5 Mini Jack Connector
Connect to a digital audio source
S/PDIF OUT 3.5 Mini Jack Connector
Connect to a digital audio acceptor
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Mains Power Connector
Connect to the mains power
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Mains Power Fuse
Fuse for protecting the device
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Mains Power Switch
Switch for turning the device on or off
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Installing in a Rack
This section provides instructions for rack mounting the unit.
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Connecting the VP-734
Always switch off the power to each device before connecting it to your
VP-734. After connecting your VP-734, connect its power and then
switch on the power to each device.
To connect the VP-734 as illustrated in the example in Figure 3, do the following:
1.
Connect the video sources:
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A computer graphics source to the UNIV IN 1 15-pin HD connector
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A composite source (for example, a DVD player) to the UNIV IN 2
15-pin HD connector
Note that the UNIV IN 15-pin HD connector pinout is defined in
Section 5.1).
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An HDMI source (for example, a BluRay player) to the HDMI 1 IN
connector
Alternatively, you can connect the DVI connector on the DVD player to the HDMI
connector on the VP-734 via a DVI-HDMI adapter
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An HDMI source (for example, a DVD player) to the HDMI 3 IN connector
Alternatively, you can connect the DVI connector on the DVD player to the HDMI
connector on the VP-734 via a DVI-HDMI adapter
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A DisplayPort video source (for example, a Notebook) to the DP IN
connector
Although this connecting example shows only several inputs that are
connected, you can connect all the inputs simultaneously.
2.
Connect the analog stereo inputs to the 3.5mm mini jack connectors (from 1
to 7), not shown in Figure 3.
3.
Connect the video outputs:
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The HDMI VIDEO OUTPUT connector (can be configured via the OSD
menu, Section 7.3) to an HDMI acceptor (for example, a projector)
Note that the HDMI output can be set to output HDMI, DVI or can be set
to Auto, see Section 7.3.
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The PC 15-pin HD computer graphics video connector to a video acceptor
(for example, an analog display)
In the HDTV mode, the signal is outputted as a component video signal (YPbPr) and
goes out via three PINS: PIN 1 is Red or Pr, PIN 2 is Green or Y, PIN 3 is Blue or Pb. In
other modes, it is outputted as a VGA signal (RGBHV)
4.
Connect the S/PDIF IN RCA connector to a digital audio source (for example,
a DVD player), not shown in Figure 3.
5.
Connect the AUDIO LINE OUT Terminal Block connector to a balanced audio
acceptor and the S/PDIF OUT RCA connector to a digital audio acceptor.
6.
Connect the SPKR OUT block connector to a pair of loudspeakers, by
connecting the left loudspeaker to the “L+” and the “L-” terminal block
connectors, and the right loudspeaker to the “R+” and the “R-” terminal block
connectors. Do not Ground the loudspeakers.
7.
Connect the power cord.
We recommend that you use only the power cord that is supplied with this machine
8.
If required, connect:
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A PC via RS-232, see Section 5.2
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The ETHERNET port, see Section 5.4
The USB connector, audio sources and acceptors, and power cord are
not shown in Figure 3.
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Figure 3: Connecting to the VP-734 Rear Panel
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5.1
Universal Connector Pinout
This section describes the UNIV connectors from 1 to 4. Each connector can be set
as computer graphics, composite video, s-Video (Y/C) or component video.
Figure 4 and the table below define the connector pinout:
Figure 4: UNIV 15-pin HD Connector Pinout
PIN #
VGA
COMP
1
R
Pr
s-Video
CV
2
G
3
B
Y
Y
Composite video
Pb
C
9
+5VD
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EDID_SDA
13
H_Sync
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V_Sync
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EDID_SCL
Note that PINs 5, 6, 7, 8 and 10 are GND
5.2
Connecting to the VP-734 via RS-232
You can connect to the VP-734 via an RS-232 connection using, for example, a PC.
Note that a null-modem adapter/connection is not required.
To connect to the VP-734 via RS-232:
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Connect the RS-232 9-pin D-sub rear panel port on the VP-734 unit via a
9-wire straight cable (only pin 2 to pin 2, pin 3 to pin 3, and pin 5 to pin 5
need to be connected) to the RS-232 9-pin D-sub port on your PC
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5.3
Connecting the Balanced/Unbalanced Stereo Audio
Output
Figure 5: Connecting the Balanced
Stereo Audio Output
5.4
Figure 6: Connecting an Unbalanced Stereo
Audio Acceptor to the Balanced Output
Connecting the VP-734 via the ETHERNET Port
You can connect to the VP-734 via Ethernet using either of the following methods:
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Directly to the PC using a crossover cable (see Section 5.4.1)
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Via a network hub, switch, or router, using a straight-through cable (see
Section 5.4.2)
Note: If you want to connect via a router and your IT system is based on IPv6,
speak to your IT department for specific installation instructions.
5.4.1
Connecting the Ethernet Port Directly to a PC
You can connect the Ethernet port of the VP-734 directly to the Ethernet port on
your PC using a crossover cable with RJ-45 connectors.
This type of connection is recommended for identifying the VP-734
with the factory configured default IP address.
After connecting the VP-734 to the Ethernet port, configure your PC as follows:
1.
Click Start > Control Panel > Network and Sharing Center.
2.
Click Change Adapter Settings.
3.
Highlight the network adapter you want to use to connect to the device and
click Change settings of this connection.
The Local Area Connection Properties window for the selected network
adapter appears as shown in Figure 7.
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Figure 7: Local Area Connection Properties Window
4.
Highlight either Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6) or Internet
Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) depending on the requirements of your IT
system.
5.
Click Properties.
The Internet Protocol Properties window relevant to your IT system appears
as shown in Figure 8 or Figure 9.
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Figure 8: Internet Protocol Version 4 Properties Window
Figure 9: Internet Protocol Version 6 Properties Window
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6.
Select Use the following IP Address for static IP addressing and fill in the
details as shown in Figure 10.
For TCP/IPv4 you can use any IP address in the range 192.168.1.1 to
192.168.1.255 (excluding 192.168.1.39) that is provided by your IT
department.
Figure 10: Internet Protocol Properties Window
5.4.2
7.
Click OK.
8.
Click Close.
Connecting the Ethernet Port via a Network Hub or Switch
You can connect the Ethernet port of the VP-734 to the Ethernet port on a network
hub or using a straight-through cable with RJ-45 connectors.
5.4.3
Control Configuration via the Ethernet Port
To control several units via Ethernet, connect the Master unit (Device 1) via the
Ethernet port to the Ethernet port of your PC. Use your PC provide initial
configuration of the settings (see Section 5.4).
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Presentation Switcher / Scaler Buttons
The VP-734 includes the following front panel buttons:
6.1
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Seven INPUT selector buttons
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BLANK and FREEZE buttons
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Menu navigation buttons (see Section 7)
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A RESET TO XGA/720p button
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A PANEL LOCK button
Switching the Inputs
You can switch an input to the outputs by pressing the relevant INPUT front panel
button.
6.2
Using the BLANK and FREEZE Buttons
Use the OSD menu (see Section 7.5.3) or the Web pages (see Section 9.9) to
determine the behavior of the BLANK and FREEZE buttons.
6.3
Locking and Unlocking the Front Panel
To prevent changing the settings accidentally or tampering with the unit via the front
panel buttons or the remote control transmitter, lock your VP-734. Unlocking
releases the protection mechanism. When the front panel is locked, control is still
available via RS-232 and/or the Ethernet.
To lock the VP-734, Press and hold the PANEL LOCK button on the front panel.
The front panel is locked and the PANEL LOCK button is illuminated. Pressing any
button other than the PANEL LOCK button has no effect
To unlock the VP-734, Press and hold the illuminated PANEL LOCK button on the
front panel.
The front panel unlocks and the PANEL LOCK button is no longer illuminated
The Save Lock and Input Lock functions are defined in the OSD table in
Section 7.5.3 and on the Web pages in Section 9.9.
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6.4
The Infrared Remote Control Transmitter
You can control the VP-734 remotely from the infrared remote control transmitter
which is powered by two AAA size 1.5V DC batteries. The IR remote control
transmitter has a range of up to 15 meters and delivers instantaneous results
Key
Function
Freeze
Pauses the output video and can be
programmed to mute the audio signal at the
same time (see Section 6.2)
Blank
Toggles between a blank screen (blue or
black) and the display
POWER
Toggles the VP-734 ON or OFF (standby)
Auto Image
Press to assess the image and improve the
quality accordingly, by automatically adjusting
the phase, frequency and position
Save
Press to save a profile
Recall
Press to recall a profile
Source
7 keys for selecting one of the following
sources: UNIV 1, UNIV 2, HDMI 1, HDMI 2,
HDMI 3, HDMI 4 and DP
Reset
Press and hold to reset to the default
resolution (toggles between RESET TO XGA
and 720p)
Info
Press to toggle the Info OSD menu
Vol +/-
Press to increase/decrease the output volume
Mute
Toggles to mute/unmute the output audio
signal
MENU
Shows the main OSD Menu
Navigation
arrows
Allows maneuvering within an OSD screen
(left, right, up and down, as well as the
ENTER arrow at the center)
Figure 11: IR Remote Control
Transmitter
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Configuring the VP-734 via the OSD MENU
Screens
The VP-734 uses an on-screen display (OSD) menu for system configuration. The
menu appears as an overlay over any images that are output from the VP-734.
There are seven sub-menus that are used to configure the VP-734. You can
activate and navigate these menus from the front panel buttons, or from the IR
remote control.
Figure 12: MENU Items
To access and use the OSD menus, push the button for the desired input signal,
then press the MENU front panel OSD button or the MENU key on the infrared
remote control transmitter to display the main MENU screen which shows the eight
interactive icons.
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Press the  or  buttons to select the desired sub-menu, and then press
ENTER
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Press the  or  buttons to select the menu item to be adjusted, and then
press ENTER

Press the  or  buttons to make the adjustment and then press ENTER,
or

Press the  or  buttons to increase or decrease the (numerical) value as
needed
To return to the previous menu level, press the front panel MENU button or the
MENU key on the remote control. All settings and adjustments are automatically
saved in non-volatile memory for each of the inputs (except USB).
The values defined in the different menus may change according to the
firmware version (you can download the up-to-date firmware version from
our Web site at
http://www.kramerelectronics.com/support/product_downloads.asp).
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7.1
The Input Screen
Figure 13: Input Screen
Setting
Function
Default
Input
Select the input to switch to the output: UNIV 1, UNIV 2, HDMI
1, HDMI 2, HDMI 3, HDMI 4, DP 1
UNIV 1
Auto switching
Set auto switching to Off or On
Set to On to have the system scan for a valid input in
accordance with the Auto-switch priority setup (see
Section 7.5)
Off
Source type
Set the source type for each universal input: VGA, Component,
YC or Video
VGA
Standard
Select the Color Format to Auto/RGB/YUV (for HDMI and DP
inputs)
Select Video Standard to Auto/NTSC/PAL/PAL-M/PALN/NTSC 4.43/SECAM/PAL-60 (for YC and composite video
inputs)
Auto
Fine-tune
Set the H-Position, V-Position, Frequency and Phase for VGA
inputs only
We recommend that you update the Hpos, Vpos, Frequency
and Phase values (in the Fine-tune OSD menu) only after Auto
Image is complete (if necessary)
Auto Image
Click Execute to activate auto image setup
Assesses the image and improves the quality accordingly, by
automatically adjusting the phase, frequency and position
We recommend that you update the Hpos, Vpos, Frequency
and Phase values (in the Fine-tune OSD menu) only after Auto
Image is complete (if necessary).
Enabled for VGA
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7.2
The Picture Screen
The Brightness, Contrast, Color and Hue picture settings are saved individually for
each input (except USB).
Figure 14: Picture Screen
Setting
Function
Default
Brightness
Adjust the brightness: 0 to 100
50
Contrast
Adjust the contrast: 0 to 100
50
Color
Adjust the color: 0 to 100
50
Hue
Adjust the hue: 0 to 360 (for CV and YC) or 0 to
240 for (HDMI, VGA, component)
180
Sharpness
Adjust the sharpness: 0 to 100
50
Noise reduction
Temporal NR – Set the temporal noise reduction
level: Off, Low, Medium, High
High
Enabled for analog inputs only
Mosquito NR – Set the Mosquito noise reduction
level: Off, Low, Medium, High
Low
Enabled for analog inputs only
Set the Block NR level: Off, On
Off
Enabled for analog inputs only
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The Output Screen
Figure 15: Output Screen
Setting
Function
Default
Resolution
Native HDMI, Native VGA, 640x480x60Hz, 640x480x75Hz,
800x600x50Hz, 800x600x60Hz, 800x600x75Hz,
1024x768x50Hz, 1024x768x60Hz, 1024x768x75Hz,
1280x768x50Hz, 1280x768x60Hz, 1280x720x60Hz,
1280x800x60Hz, 1280x1024x50Hz, 1280x1024x60Hz,
1280x1024x75Hz, 1366x768x50Hz, 1366x768x60Hz,
1400x1050x50Hz, 1400x1050x60Hz, 1600x900x60Hz (R),
1600x1200x50Hz, 1600x1200x60Hz, 1680x1050x60Hz,
1920x1080x60Hz, 1920x1200x60Hz (R), 2048x1080x50Hz,
2048x1080x60Hz, 3840x2160@24Hz, 3840x2160@25Hz,
3840x2160@29.97Hz, 3840x2160@30Hz, 4096x2160@24Hz,
480px60Hz, 576px50Hz, 720px50Hz, 720px60Hz, 1080ix50Hz
(1080i/1080px50Hz), 1080ix60Hz (1080i/1080px60Hz),
1080px50Hz, 1080px60Hz, 1080px24Hz, 480px59.94Hz,
720px59.94Hz, 1080ix59.94Hz (1080i/1080px59.94Hz),
1080px23.98, 1080px29.97, 1080px59.94, Custom 1 to
Custom 4
Note that you can set the custom resolution to a
value of up to 2046x1200
1024x768x60Hz
HDMI Type
Select the HDMI type to Auto, HDMI or DVI
Auto
Aspect Ratio
Set the aspect ratio (also see Section 7.3.1):
Best Fit
Letterbox
Follow Output – If input resolution ≤ output resolution it scales
up picture and fills the display (with warp); if input resolution ≥
than output resolution, scales down the picture and fills the
display (with warp)
Virtual Wide
Follow Input – If input resolution ≤ output resolution, displays
with a blank border. If the input resolution ≥ output resolution,
crops the image Custom – Click to enable custom aspect ratio
Custom Aspect Ratio – Set H-Pan, V-Pan, H-Zoom and VZoom
Follow Output
Zoom
Set zoom to 100% 150%, 200%, 225%, 250%, 275%, 300%,
325%, 350%, 375%, 400% or click custom to set the custom
zoom and enable Zoom H-Pan and Zoom V-Pan
100%
Positioning
Set H_Start, H_End, H_Position, H_Size, V_Start, V_End,
V_Position, V_Size
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7.3.1
Setting
Function
Default
Test Pattern
Off, Colorbar, SMPTE, Greyscale, Picture Border, Multiburst,
Ramps, H-pattern, Setup
Off
Selecting the Correct Aspect Ratio
You can configure the aspect ratio of any output image to fit your application. The
VP-734 offers six different aspect ratio settings: Best Fit, Letterbox, Follow Output,
Virtual Wide, Follow Input, and Custom. Here is how each of these settings works.
BEST FIT – This setting re-sizes the video or graphics
input signal to “best fit” the output resolution while
maintaining the aspect ratio of the input signal. For
example, a composite video signal (4:3 aspect ratio) will
“best fit” to the top and bottom of a widescreen output
image, resulting in black pillars on either side.
LETTERBOX – This setting compresses the top and
bottom edges of the input signal, but fills the width of
the screen. For example, to preserve a widescreen
film image on a 4:3 display. When not using a 4:3
monitor, this mode is identical to Best Fit
FOLLOW OUTPUT – The aspect ratio and resolution
of the input signal is re-sized to precisely match the
aspect ratio and resolution of the VP-734 output
signal. This may result in some distortion to the input
signal image
VIRTUAL WIDE – The input signal is stretched
horizontally to fit the width of a widescreen output
image from the VP-734. This setting is used to
expand anamorphic (horizontally compressed) video
images from DVDs
FOLLOW INPUT – The aspect ratio and resolution of
the input video or graphics signal are both preserved.
For example, a composite video image with a 4:3
aspect ratio will appear with the same aspect ratio on
a 1080p (16:9) output image, surrounded by black
bars
CUSTOM – Use this menu to define a custom aspect
ratio by adjusting the output image horizontal size
(width) and vertical size (height)
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The Audio Screen
Figure 16: Audio Screen
Setting
Function
Default
Input Volume
Adjust the input volume: -22 to 22
0
Output Volume
Adjust the output volume: -100 to 24
0
Bass
Adjust the bass: -24 to 24
0
Treble
Adjust the treble: -24 to 24
0
Balance
Adjust the balance: -10 to 10
0
Loudness
Set loudness Off or On
Off
Delay
Select to dynamic (the audio delay equals the pipeline video
delay), User Define or Off
Dynamic
Input Source
Select the audio input: Analog 1 to Analog 7, S/PDIF or
Embedded (for HDMI and DP inputs).
For each video input you can assign an analog audio source,
the digital audio source or embedded this input will be switched
along with the video input.
For example, if Analog 1 is assigned to UNIV 2, then whenever
UNIV 2 is selected, Analog 1 will be selected too
Analog 1
Audio-FollowVideo
Set to Off or On. When on, the audio will follow the video, as set
in the Input Source menu. When Off selecting a different video
signal will not change the audio setting and it can be selected
via the Input Source menu separately
On
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7.5
The Setup Screen
Figure 17: Setup Screen
Setting
Function
Save
Save setup to Profile 1 to Profile 8 or via USB to a memory stick
Default
Recall
Recall setup from Profile 1 to Profile 8 or from a memory stick via
USB port
Erase
Erase a setup from Profile 1 to Profile 8
Frame Lock
Set to On or Off.
Frame Lock locks the vertical refresh rate of the output to that of the
input. Frame Lock only locks 50Hz or 60Hz/59.94Hz
In cases where the output resolution can support the vertical refresh
rate of the input, the output refresh rate will change according to the
input refresh rate
Off
Note that:
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
Seamless switching is not possible when working in
the Frame Lock mode unless all sources are frame
synchronized

If VP-734 can lock the input then the output will
follow

If VP-734 cannot lock the input, then the output will
not change. The info menu will display one of the
following:
Sync Mode: Free Run (Frame Lock Off) or
Sync Mode: Frame Lock (Frame Lock On)

When resetting the resolution to XGA or 720p,
Frame Lock will be turned off automatically and if
required you will need to turn Frame Lock on
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Setting
Function
Default
When changing the output resolution (not including Native
HDMI and Custom 1 to 4), if the new output resolution can
be locked, VP-734 locks it. If not, it will be unlocked
When changing the output resolution to Native, HDMI or
Custom1 to 4, Frame Lock turns off and is disabled (grayed
out)
Auto Image
Set to Manual or Auto
Set to Manual to adjust and align the picture.
Set to Auto to automatically adjust and align the picture each time
one of the UXGA inputs is selected or if the UXGA input resolution
has changed
Manual
Switching
Mode
Selects Seamless switching (fade-through-Black) or Fast switching
which is faster but may cause glitches on the output
Seamless
Frame
Latency
Select:
Best Quality – Does not consider the latency; all the options (and
filters) are allowed in order to achieve the highest quality picture.
Fast – disables most of the filters, but allows some of the more
important processing, such as frame rate conversion and cropping
Best
Quality
Auto-switch
priority
Auto-Switch Priority lets you set the order of inputs to be scanned
when searching for a new active source, 5 seconds after losing the
input signal.
Set the scanning order of the following inputs from Priority 1 to Priority
10: UNIV 1, UNIV 2, HDMI 1, HDMI 2, HDMI 3, HDMI 4, DP1 and Off.
Set the priority list from First priority to the 7th priority. For example,
select First Priority and then select the input that will be first in priority
from the list of inputs.
Set the second input you want scanned into the Second Priority, and
so on.
By default, the priority order is as follows: UNIV 1 (First Priority) UNIV
2 (Second Priority), HDMI 1 (Third Priority), HDMI 2 (4th Priority),
HDMI 3 (5th Priority) HDMI 4 (6th Priority), DP 1 (7th Priority).
Hot Plug
Set Hot Plug On or Off for the following inputs: HDMI1, HDMI 2, HDMI
3, HDMI 4 and DP 1
On – Sends a hot plug handshake to the source when switching to an
HDMI or DP input.
Off – No hot plug handshake is sent when switching to an input
Off
Input HDCP
Set to On or Off for each of the HDMI inputs as well as DP1. HDCP
support can be enabled (On) or disabled (Off) for each of the
HDMI/DP inputs, allowing the source to transmit a non-HDCP signal if
required (for example, when working with a Mac computer)
On
Ethernet
Setting
Set the following Ethernet settings: DHCP (DHCP will automatically
assign an IP address) On or Off, IP Address, Subnet Mask and
Gateway
Factory
Reset
Select Yes to reset your VP-734 to its preset default settings.
Advanced
Setup
Opens the advanced setup menu screen, which includes the: Mode
Set (Section 7.5.1), OSD (Section 7.5.2), Misc (Section 7.5.3), Input
(Section 7.5.4)and Output (Section 7.5.5) functions, Input EDID Setup
(Section 7.5.6) and the Max Volume Limit (Section 7.5.7)
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7.5.1
The Mode Set Screen
The Mode Set functions define the desired working resolution and refresh rate when
the system cannot distinguish between similar resolutions (for example, resolutions
that have the same number of lines can be defined to identify refresh rate values).
Setting
Function
Selection/Range
Default
Mode 1
Set mode 1
1400x1050x60Hz
1680x1050x60Hz
1680x1050x60Hz
Mode 2
Set mode 2
1280x1024x75Hz
1280x1024x76Hz
1280x1024x75Hz
Mode 3
Set mode 3
1280x768x60Hz
1366x768x60Hz
1280x768x60Hz
Mode 4
Set mode 4
1024x768x75Hz
1024x768x75Hz-Mac
1024x768x75Hz
Mode 5
Set mode 5
1280x960x60Hz
1600x900x60Hz(R)
1280x960x60Hz
For example, if two resolutions have the same number of lines (for example, 1050),
we can define them so that the unit identifies the resolution as 1400x1050 or as
1680x1050.
7.5.2
7.5.3
The OSD Screen Functions
Setting
Function
Selection/Range
Default
Menu Position
Set the location of the OSD
menu
Center, Top Left, Top Right,
Bottom Left, Bottom Right
Center
Time Out (sec)
Set the OSD menu timeout
5, 10, 20, 30, 60, 90 or Off
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The Misc Screen Functions
Setting
Function
Default
Logo
Select On, Off or Custom
Choose ON for the start-up logo to appear on the screen
Choose OFF for it not to appear
Custom – to select a custom logo (a BMP file with a resolution of up
to 640x400) downloaded via the item below
Kramer
Logo
Logo
Download
Shows NA unless a memory stick is connected to the USB port.
To download a logo:
1. Load the BMP image (or images) to the root folder of the USB
(note that the file should not exceed a resolution of 640x400)
2. Connect the Memory stick to the USB connector on the front
panel.
3. Click Logo Download item. The BMP image appears
4. Select the BMP file and press the Enter button
When Custom is selected in the Logo item menu this logo will appear
after powering up the device
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Setting
Function
Default
Blank Color
Select Black or Blue
Set the blank color (the color that appears on the screen when the
blank button is pressed)
Blue
Background
Select a Blue or Black background if no signal is detected or a file
cannot be displayed
Black
Note that all the transitions will go through black, even if a blue
background color is selected
Low Power
Saving
Select Off, Sleep or Power-down; will be activated after an input
signal is not detected for 5 minutes
When set to Sleep, press any key to reactivate the machine.
When set to Powerdown, press any key to reboot the machine
On
Save Lock
Select On or Off
Set to On to save the lock status when the machine is powered down
Input Lock
Select On or Off
Set to Off so you can still use the SOURCE buttons on the front
panel even when the lock button is on
Blank
Select Blank & Mute, Blank or Mute to determine the behavior of the
BLANK front panel button
Set to Blank & Mute to blank the output image and mute the audio
Set to Blank to blank the output
Set to Mute to mute the audio
Blank &
Mute
Freeze
Select Freeze & Mute, Freeze or Mute to determine the behavior of
the FREEZE front panel button
Set to Freeze & Mute to Freeze the output image and mute the audio
Set to Freeze to freeze the output
Set to Mute to mute the audio
Freeze
& Mute
HDCP
Setting
Select Follow Input or Follow Output to define whether the HDCP will
follow the input or the output
When Follow Input is selected, the scaler changes its HDCP output
setting (for the HDMI output) according to the HDCP of the input.
Follow
Output
This option is recommended when the HDMI scaler output is
connected to a splitter/switcher (in this mode, switching may not be
glitch-free)
When Follow Output is selected, the scaler matches its HDCP
output to the HDCP setting of the HDMI acceptor to which it is
connected.
This ensures smooth switching, regardless of the input
Over Scan
Select On or Off
Set to On to Allow stretching of the outputted picture
Off
Overlay
Select Off, Text or Logo
When selecting Text you need to download TextOvl.ini to a USB
memory stick and then connect it to the VP-734
When selecting Logo you need to download the Txtlogo.BMP file to
the USB and connect it to the VP-734
Off
Firmware
Download
Path
For factory use
Default
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7.5.3.1
Using Text Overlay
The text overlay feature is accessed via the Application Program (AP).
Running this AP with the PC connected to the VP-734 lets you display text over the
screen, with features including text color and speed, transparency, text position and
repetition. Current text overlay settings can be saved and loaded to the AP.
Note that currently you can connect to the machine via RS-232 only.
Figure 18: Text Overlay Application Screen
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Feature
Function
Parameter Setting Area
Text Color Dropdown Box
Select the Text color
Transparency Dropdown
Box
Select the transparency level (0 to 7)
Background Color
Dropdown Box
Set the text background color
Vertical Position
Set the vertical position of the text background on the display
screen (Top, Center or Bottom)
Font Size
Select the text overlay font size
Logo
Logo Enable
Enable the logo to appear on screen
Logo Position
Set the position of the logo
Communication Interface Area
Connect/Disconnect
Connect the machine or disconnect
TCP/IP Check box
Not available
RS-232 Check box
When selected, set the COM port and Baud Rate (9600) to
connect via the RS-232 connector
IP Address
When selected Set the IP address of the device and the port
Current Status
Indicates whether there is a valid connection to the VP-734
Scrolling Mode Area
Speed Dropdown Box
Set the speed at which the text moves on the display
Mode
Set to Still (fixed text) or Scrolling (text moves across the
display)
Left to Right
Set direction of the scrolling text
Send Text Area
Message
Type the desired text in the Message box
H-Offset (Still
Mode)Dropdown Box
After selecting the Still mode, use the H-Offset box to select
the horizontal position of the text (Left Center or Right)
Operation Buttons
Start Button
Click to display the text on screen
Stop Button
Click to stop scrolling on screen
Quit Button
Click to quit the program
Load Setting Button
Click to load a previously saved setting
Save Setting Button
Click to save the current setting
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7.5.4
The Input Functions Screen
The following table defines the input settings:
7.5.5
Setting
Function
Custom
Custom Input from Custom 1 to custom 4
Note that you can set the custom resolution to
a value of up to 2046x1200
Default
HT
Horizontal Total
HW
Horizontal sync pulse width
HS
Horizontal active start point
HA
Horizontal active region
HP
Horizontal polarity
VT
Vertical Total
VW
Vertical sync pulse width
VS
Vertical active start point
VA
Vertical active region
VP
Vertical polarity
OCLK
Output clock
Enable
Set to On to enable parameter change
Save
Apply settings
Custom 1
Off
N/A
The Output Functions Screen
The following table defines the output settings:
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Setting
Function
Custom Output
Custom output from Custom 1 to Custom 4
Note that you can set the custom resolution to a
value of up to 2046x1200
HT
Horizontal total
HW
Horizontal sync pulse width
HS
Horizontal active start point
HA
Horizontal active region
HP
Horizontal polarity
VT
Vertical total
VW
Vertical sync pulse width
VS
Vertical active start point
VA
Vertical active region
VP
Vertical polarity
OCLK
Output clock
Save
Save setup
Get Current
Import the values of the currently selected output resolution
into the User Mode Setting
Default
Custom 1
1344
136
296
1024
806
6
35
768
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Setting
Function
Read HDMI EDID
Reads the EDID file from the acceptor that is connected to
the HDMI 1 output. The EDID is stored as a custom output
resolution.
Default
N/A
This allows, for example, automatic handling of LED
screens that support very low non-standard resolutions
Read VGA EDID
Reads the EDID file from the acceptor that is connected to
the VGA output. The EDID is stored as a custom output
resolution.
N/A
This allows, for example, automatic handling of LED
screens that support very low non-standard resolutions
Figure 19 illustrates horizontal and vertical sync pulse width, timing and active video
area for a typical frame of video.
Figure 19: Active Video Functions
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7.5.6
The Input EDID Setup Screen
The following table defines the input EDID settings:
Setting
Function
Default
For HDMI 1, HDMI 2, HDMI 3, HDMI 4, DP 1
Default
Set the default EDID on the input
Copy HDMI Out
Copy the EDID from the sink on the HDMI output to the
input
User Define
Select a previously stored EDID (see Read HDMI EDID in
Section 7.5.5 above)
Select Modeline
This feature is available only if Default is selected.
Otherwise it is disabled.
Select the native resolution: Default
1024x768@60, 1280x800@60, 1280x1024@60,
1366x768@60, 1440x900@60, 1400x1050@60,
1600x900@60 (R), 1600x1200@60, 1680x1050@60,
1920x1080@60, 1920x1200@60Hz (R), 720p50, 720p60,
1080p50, 1080p60, 2048x1080@50, 2048x1080@60,
3840x2160@30
Default
3840x2160@30
For UNIV 1, UNIV 2, UNIV 3, UNIV 4
7.5.7
Default
Set the default EDIDs on the inputs
Copy VGA Out
Copy the EDID from the sink on the PC output to the input
User Define
Select a previously stored EDID (see Read HDMI EDID in
Section 7.5.5 above)
Select Modeline
Select the native resolution: Default (1920x1080@60),
1024x768@60, 1280x800@60, 1280x1024@60,
1366x768@60, 1440x900@60, 1400x1050@60,
1600x900@60 (R), 1600x1200@60, 1680x1050@60,
1920x1080@60, 1920x1200@60Hz (R)
Default
Default
The Maximum Volume Limit Screen
Set the maximum output volume from -100 to 24 (default = 24). Doing this allows
you to limit the maximum volume level that the user can set.
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7.6
The Info Screen
From the Information screen (see Figure 20), you can verify the Source, Output,
Sync Mode, firmware version, Dynamic or static IP.
Figure 20: Information Screen
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8
Firmware Upgrade
The latest firmware version as well as the VP-Download Tool, can be
downloaded from the Kramer Web site at
http://www.kramerelectronics.com/support/downloads.asp
You can upgrade the VP-734 via the VP Download tool, which can be downloaded
from our Web site. After downloading this upgrade tool:
1.
Connect the VP-734 to your PC via the Ethernet.
2.
Open VP Download Tool. The Download screen appears:
Figure 21: Firmware Upgrade – the VP Download Tool
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3.
Type in the IP number of the machine.
4.
Click the Disconnected button.
5.
Click the Load button and select the latest firmware file.
6.
Click the Upgrade FW button and wait for the completion of the procedure.
7.
Turn off the power on the VP-734 and then turn it on again.
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Using the Embedded Web Pages
The Web pages let you control the VP-734 via the Ethernet. The Web pages
include all the OSD items and more, and are accessed using a Web browser and
an Ethernet connection.
Note that the Web page features are described in more detail in the OSD
Menu, Section 7.
Before attempting to connect:

Perform the procedures in Section 5.4.

Ensure that your browser is supported
The following operating systems and Web browsers are supported:
OS
Version
Browser
Version
Windows
7
IE
11
FireFox
40.0.3
Chrome
45.0.2454.93
IE
11
FireFox
40.0.3
Chrome
45.0.2454.93
8
9.1
Mac
10.10.3
Safari
8.0.5
iOS
7.1.2
Safari
N/A
Android
5.1.1
Chrome
45.0.2454.93
Browsing the VP-734 Web Pages
To browse the VP-734 Web pages:
1.
Open your Internet browser.
2.
Type the IP number of the device in the Address bar of your browser. For
example, the default IP number:
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The Authentication window appears:
Figure 22: Using the Embedded Web pages – the Authentication Window
3.
Enter the password and click OK.
The Routing & Scaling (first) page loads.
There are 11 Web pages:
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
The Routing & Scaling page (see Section 9.2)

The Device settings page (See Section 9.3)

The Input Settings page (see Section 9.4)

The Output settings page (see Section 9.5)

The Audio Settings page (see Section 9.6)

The Miscellaneous Video Settings page (see Section 9.7)

The EDID management page (see Section 9.8)

The Advanced Settings page (see Section 9.9)

The Custom Resolutions page (see Section 9.10)

The Security page (see Section 9.11)

The About page (see Section 9.12)
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The Routing & Scaling Page
Figure 23 shows the Program Routing & Scaling page that is also the first page that
appears following the loading page. The column on the left shows the Routing &
Scaling page selected and below a list of all the other available Web pages.
Figure 23: The Routing & Scaling Page with Web page list on the left
Click the arrow to hide the Web pages list on the left:
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Figure 24: The Routing & Scaling Page
You can set the size of the window by clicking and moving the right and bottom
edges of the image. You can also move the image by clicking, holding and moving
the image about. The image size and position are indicated in the top right-hand
side, and the top left-hand side shows the selected input.
The Routing & Scaling main area shows a depiction of the display. Click and move
the mouse to move the image and size by moving the right and bottom edges of the
image
Figure 25: The Routing & Scaling Page
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The output resolution can be selected from the Resolution drop-down box:
Figure 26: The Routing & Scaling Page – Selecting the output Resolution
The list of available inputs appears on the right side of the main area. The selected
input appears green when its image is selected. For example, in Figure 27 the
HDMI 2 input is selected and appears green on the list.
Figure 27: The Routing & Scaling Page – Input Selection
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9.2.1
The Lower Buttons Bar
The lower buttons bar lets you perform quick and easy setups:
Figure 28: The Routing & Scaling Page – Program Lower Buttons Bar
Button
Function
Select freeze and/or blank effects
Select a pattern
Lock aspect ratio
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9.2.2
Store and Recall a Setup
You can store or recall a setup via the store and recall buttons:
Store button
Recall button
To save a preset:.
Click the preset button. the
save preset window appears:
Click a preset button (1 to 8),
for example, click 1.
Click the Recall button to
recall a preset. Only the
buttons with stored presets
appear.
Click the button to recall the
settings.
Figure 29: The Routing & Scaling Page – Storing and Recalling a Preset
9.2.3
Audio Level Slider
The volume audio slider appears on the right side of the page and can be toggled to
mute and unmute, if required (see Section 9.6).
or
Figure 30: The Routing & Scaling Page – Muting the Audio Level
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9.2.4
Editing an Input
Click the pen icon on the input label to edit the input. The Web page moves to the
Input Settings page (see Section 9.4).
Figure 31: The Routing & Scaling Page – Editing an Input
9.3
The Device Settings Page
The Device Settings window (in Figure 32) lets you set the device name, change
the Ethernet parameters, perform factory reset and view the information data.
Figure 32: The Device Settings Page
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9.3.1
Changing the Ethernet Settings
You can change the Ethernet parameters (DHCP box needs to be clear) by typing
the changing and clicking the Apply button. Note that:

After changing the IP number, you need to reload the Web page with the
new IP number

After changing the Subnet mask you need to turn the VP-734 power off and
then on again
9.3.2
The Information Window
To access the information window, click the
icon on the lower right side of the
page. Click it once more to close the INFO window.
Figure 33: The Device Settings Page – the Information Window
9.3.3
Factory Reset
Click the Factory reset button to reset the device. The following window appears:
Figure 34: The Device Settings Page – Factory Reset
Click OK to start factory reset.
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9.4
The Input Settings Page
The Input Settings page lets you setup the inputs and can also be accessed via the
edit icon in the Scaling & Routing page, see Section 9.2.4.
Figure 35: The Input Settings Page
The following table defines the Input Settings page items:
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Button
Function
Source
Select the input source, see Section 7.1
Label
Label the input
Priority
Set the priority for auto-switching of the selected input
Source type (UNIV)
Set the type of the analog video source
(VGA/Component/YC/Video), disabled if the selected input is
not UNIV, see Section 7.1
HDCP (HDMI &
DisplayPort)
Set to ON or OFF
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Button
Function
Fine-Tune
Adjust the image parameters Horizontal and Vertical Position,
Frequency and Phase, for VGA images, see Section 7.1
Brightness
See Section 7.2
Contrast
Color
Hue
Sharpness
Noise Reduction
Standard Color
Format
Select the color format to Auto/RGB/YUV (for HDMI and DP
inputs), see Section 7.1
Video Standard
Select the video standard to Auto/NTSC/PAL/PAL-M/PALN/NTSC 4.43/SECAM/PAL-60 (for YC and video inputs), see
Section 7.1
Auto Image
See Section 7.1
Input Volume
Set the selected input volume
You can set the source label by typing the label name and saving it:
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9.5
The Output Settings Page
Figure 36 shows the Output Settings page.
Figure 36: The Output Settings Page
Button
Function
Resolution
Define the output resolution
Aspect ratio
Set the aspect ratio (see Section 7.3.1)
Zoom
Set the zoom from 100% to 400% or click custom to set the custom
zoom and enable Zoom Horizontal Pan and Zoom Vertical Pan
Horizontal Pan
Enabled when selecting custom aspect ratio
Vertical Pan
Horizontal Zoom
Vertical Zoom
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Overscan
Select On or Off; set to On to stretch the outputted picture
HDCP
Select Follow Input or Follow Output to define whether the HDCP will
follow the input or the output
HDMI Type
Set the HDMI1 output type to Auto, HDMI or DVI
Test Patterns
Set the test pattern to Colorbar, SMPTE, Greyscale, Picture Border,
Multiburst, Ramps, H-pattern, Setup, or set to Off
Output Volume
Set the output audio level
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9.6
The Audio Settings Page
Figure 37 shows the Audio Settings page.
Figure 37: The Audio Settings Page
Button
Function
Source
Set the audio sources (Analog 1 to Analog 7, S/PDIF or
Embedded – for HDMI and DP inputs)
Bass
Adjust the bass
Treble
Adjust the treble
Balance
Adjust the balance
Loudness
Set loudness OFF or ON
Delay
Select the delay to dynamic, User Define or Off. Set the delay time (in
milliseconds)
Audio-Follow-Video
Set to Off or On
Input Volume
Set the selected input audio level
Output Volume
Set the output volume
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9.7
The Miscellaneous Video Settings Page
Figure 38 shows the Miscellaneous Video Settings page.
Figure 38: The Miscellaneous Video Settings Page
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Button
Function
Frame Lock
Set to On or Off to lock the vertical refresh rate of the output to that of the
input (locks only 50Hz or 60Hz/59.94Hz), see Section 7.5
Auto Image
Set to Manual or Auto, see Section 7.5
Switching Mode
Select Seamless switching or Fast switching, see Section 7.5
Frame Latency
Set to Best Quality or Fast, see Section 7.5
Hot Plugs
Set Hot Plug On or Off for HDMI1 to HDMI 4 and DisplayPort, see
Section 7.5
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9.8
The EDID Management Page
The EDID page lets you read the EDID from any of the outputs (HDMI 1 and VGA),
from a list of default resolutions or from a file in your PC (Browse). The selected
EDID can be copied to a selected input.
Figure 39: The EDID Page
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Figure 41 shows how to select a resolution from the list to be copied to the input. To
copy, click the Copy button:
Figure 40: The EDID Page – Copying the EDID from
The 1024x768@60Hz resolution is copied to the HDMI 2 input.
Figure 41: The EDID Page – Selecting a Resolution to copy to an Input
To copy the EDID from the output select the output and the input to which you want
to copy the EDID and click the Copy button. The EDID is copied:
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Figure 42: The EDID Page – Copying from an Output
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9.9
The Advanced Settings Page
The Advanced Settings page summarizes additional machine settings and lets you
change them.
Figure 43: The Advanced Settings Page
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Button
Function
Default Input Resolution
Define the desired input resolution modes and refresh rates when the
system cannot distinguish between similar resolutions, see
Section 7.5.1
Logo
Select On, Off or Custom, see Section 7.5.3
Overlay
Select to Off, Text or Logo, see Section 7.5.3
Blank mode
Select the color of the blank screen to Blue or Black.
Define the function of the BLANK front panel button: Blank & Mute,
Blank or Mute
Freeze mode
Define the function of the FREEZE front panel button: Freeze & Mute,
Freeze or Mute
No signal color
Select a Blue or Black background
Low power saving
Set to Off, Sleep or Power-down, see Section 7.5.3
Lock panel status saved
on power down
Select ON (to save the lock status when the machine is powered
down) or Off
Lock panel status
disables input selection
Select ON or OFF (to use the SOURCE buttons on the front panel
even when the lock button is on)
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9.10
The Custom Resolutions Page
The Custom Resolutions page lets you set the resolution from different sources, or
save a custom input or output (see Sections 7.5.3 and 7.5.5).
Figure 44: The Custom Resolutions Page
Note that you can set the input and the output custom resolutions to a
value of up to 2046x1200
9.11
The Security Page
Set Activate to ON to enter the Web page with a password and change the
password, if required. Click Change to save the changes
Figure 45: The Security Page
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9.12
The About Page
The VP-734 About page lets you view the Web page version and Kramer
Electronics Ltd details.
Figure 46: The About Page
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Technical Specifications
INPUTS:
4 HDMI connectors
2 universal (composite, s-Video, computer graphics and component) on 15-pin HD
connectors
1DP connector
1 S/PDIF on an RCA connector
7 unbalanced stereo audio on 3.5mm mini jacks
OUTPUTS:
1 HDMI connector
1 PC (computer graphics) on a 15-pin HD connector
1 balanced audio stereo output on a 5-pin terminal block (+4dBu nominal)
1 stereo speaker output, 10W per channel into 8Ω, on a 4-pin terminal block connector
1 digital S/PDIF output on an RCA connector
PORTS:
1 USB connector
RS-232
Ethernet
COMPLIANCE
WITH HDMI
STANDARD:
Supports HDMI and HDCP
OUTPUT
RESOLUTIONS:
Native HDMI, Native VGA, 640x480x60Hz, 640x480x75Hz, 800x600x50Hz,
800x600x60Hz, 800x600x75Hz, 1024x768x50Hz, 1024x768x60Hz, 1024x768x75Hz,
1280x768x50Hz, 1280x768x60Hz, 1280x720x60Hz, 1280x800x60Hz,
1280x1024x50Hz, 1280x1024x60Hz, 1280x1024x75Hz, 1366x768x50Hz,
1366x768x60Hz, 1400x1050x50Hz, 1400x1050x60Hz, 1600x900x60Hz (R),
1600x1200x50Hz, 1600x1200x60Hz, 1680x1050x60Hz, 1920x1080x60Hz,
1920x1200x60Hz (R), 2048x1080x50Hz, 2048x1080x60Hz, 3840x2160@24Hz,
3840x2160@25Hz, 3840x2160@29.97Hz, 3840x2160@30Hz, 4096x2160@24Hz,
480px60Hz, 576px50Hz, 720px50Hz, 720px60Hz, 1080ix50Hz (1080i/1080px50Hz),
1080ix60Hz (1080i/1080px60Hz), 1080px50Hz, 1080px60Hz, 1080px24Hz,
480px59.94Hz, 720px59.94Hz, 1080ix59.94Hz (1080i/1080px59.94Hz), 1080px23.98,
1080px29.97, 1080px59.94, Custom 1 to Custom 4
CONTROL:
Front panel buttons / OSD, IR remote control, RS-232 on a 9-pin D-sub connector,
Ethernet
ADDITIONAL
CONTROLS:
Freeze, blank and zoom, different selectable vertical refresh rates, Video and Audio
ProcAmp control, output image scaling and aspect ratio change, EDID capture
POWER
SOURCE:
100-240V AC, 50/60Hz, 38VA
OPERATING
TEMPERATURE:
0° to +40°C (32° to 104°F)
STORAGE
TEMPERATURE:
-40° to +70°C (-40° to 158°F)
HUMIDITY:
10% to 90%, RHL non-condensing
DIMENSIONS:
19" (W), 9.3" (D) 1U (H) rack mountable
WEIGHT:
2.45kg (5.4lbs) approx.
INCLUDED
ACCESSORIES:
rack “ears”, IR remote control, power cord, 2 C-GM/3RVF-1
Specifications are subject to change without notice
For the most updated resolution list, go to our Web site at http://www.kramerelectronics.com
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10.1
Default Communication Parameters
RS-232
Baud Rate:
115,200
Data Bits:
8
Stop Bits:
1
Parity:
None
Command Format:
ASCII
Example (switch input to UNIV2):
Y 0 92 1<CR>
Ethernet
To reset the IP settings to the factory reset values go to : Menu->Setup -> Factory Reset-> press
Enter to confirm
IP Address:
192.168.1.39
Subnet mask:
255.255.255.0
Default gateway:
192.168.1.254
TCP Port #:
80
Maximum TCP Ports:
1
Full Factory Reset
10.2
OSD
Go to : Menu-> Setup -> Factory Reset -> press Enter to confirm
Front panel buttons
Press the Reset to XGA/720p Button while plugging the power to reset
the machine
Tables of Supported Input Resolutions
Technical Specifications of the RGBHV / RGBS (PC) / RGsB (PC) Input Signal
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Resolution Vertical
Frequency (Hz)
Notes
Resolution
Vertical
Frequency (Hz)
Notes
640x480
60
VESA
1280x720
60
VESA
640x480
67
Mac13
1280x800
60
VESA
640x480
72
VESA
1280x800
60
VESA
640x480
75
VESA
1280x960
60
VESA
640x480
85
VESA
1280x960
85
VESA
720x400
70
1280x768
60
VESA
720x400
85
VESA
1280x768
60
VESA
800x600
56
VESA
1280x1024
60
VESA
800x600
60
VESA
1280x1024
75
VESA
800x600
72
VESA
1280x1024
76
Sun
800x600
75
VESA
1280x1024
85
VESA
800x600
85
VESA
1366x768
60
VESA
832x624
75
Mac16
1366x768
60
VESA
1024x768
60
VESA
1440x900
60
VESA
1024x768
70
VESA
1440x900
60
VESA
1024x768
75
VESA
1400x1050
60
VESA
1024x768
75
Mac19
1400x1050
75
VESA
1024x768
85
VESA
1600x900
60
VESA
1024x800
84
Sun
1600x1200
60
VESA
Notes
Reduced
Blanking
Reduced
Blanking
Reduced
Blanking
Reduced
Blanking
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Resolution Vertical
Frequency (Hz)
Notes
Resolution
Vertical
Frequency (Hz)
Notes
Notes
1152x864
75
VESA
1680x1050
60
VESA
Reduced
Blanking
1152x870
75
Mac21
1680x1050
60
VESA
1152x900
66
Sun
1920x1080
60
VESA
1152x900
76
Sun
1920x1200
60
VESA
Reduced
Blanking
Technical Specifications of the Y/C, Video Signal
Standard
NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL, PAL-M, PAL-N, SECAM, PAL-60
Technical Specifications of the Component Input Signal
Resolution
Vertical Frequency (Hz)
Notes
1080i
60
YPbPr
1080i
50
YPbPr
1080p
60
YPbPr
1080p
50
YPbPr
720p
60
YPbPr
720p
50
YPbPr
480i
60
YPbPr
480p
60
YPbPr
576i
50
YPbPr
576p
50
YPbPr
Technical Specifications of the DVI Input Signal (for RGB Colorspace)
Resolution
Vertical
Notes
Frequency (Hz)
Resolution
Vertical
Notes
Frequency (Hz)
640x480
60
VESA
1280x800
60
VESA
640x480
67
Mac13 1280x800
60
VESA
640x480
72
VESA
1280x960
60
VESA
640x480
75
VESA
1280x960
85
VESA
640x480
85
VESA
1280x768
60
VESA
720x400
70
1280x768
60
VESA
720x400
85
VESA
1280x1024
60
VESA
800x600
56
VESA
1280x1024
75
VESA
800x600
60
VESA
1280x1024
76
Sun
800x600
72
VESA
1280x1024
85
VESA
800x600
75
VESA
1366x768
60
VESA
800x600
85
VESA
1366x768
60
VESA
832x624
75
Mac16 1440x900
60
VESA
1024x768
60
VESA
1440x900
60
VESA
1024x768
70
VESA
1400x1050
60
VESA
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Notes
Reduced
Blanking
Reduced
Blanking
Reduced
Blanking
Reduced
Blanking
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Technical Specifications of the DVI Input Signal (for RGB Colorspace)
Resolution
Vertical
Notes
Frequency (Hz)
Resolution
Vertical
Notes
Frequency (Hz)
1024x768
75
VESA
1400x1050
75
VESA
1024x768
75
Mac19 1600x900
60
VESA
1024x768
85
VESA
1600x1200
60
VESA
1024x800
84
Sun
1680x1050
60
VESA
1152x864
75
VESA
1680x1050
60
VESA
1152x870
75
Mac21 1920x1080
60
VESA
1152x900
66
Sun
1920x1200
60
VESA
1152x900
76
Sun
2048x1080
50
1280x720
60
VESA
2048x1080
60
Notes
Reduced
Blanking
Reduced
Blanking
Technical Specifications of the HDMI Input Signal (for RGB or YUV
Colorspace)
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Resolution
Vertical Frequency
(Hz)
Notes
Resolution
Vertical Frequency
(Hz)
Notes
1080i
60
YPbPr
720p
50
YPbPr
1080i
50
YPbPr
480i
60
YPbPr
1080p
60
YPbPr
480p
60
YPbPr
1080p
50
YPbPr
576i
50
YPbPr
1080P
24
YPbPr
576p
50
YPbPr
720p
60
YPbPr
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Tables of Supported Output Resolutions
Technical Specifications of the RGBHV/Comp/YPbPr Output Signal
Resolution
Vertical Frequency
(Hz)
Notes
Resolution
Vertical Frequency
(Hz)
640x480
60
VESA
1600x1200
50
640x480
75
VESA
1600x1200
60
VESA
800x600
50
1920x1080
60
VESA
800x600
60
VESA
1920x1200
60
VESA
Reduced
Blanking
800x600
75
VESA
1680x1050
60
VESA
1024x768
50
1080i
60
1024x768
60
VESA
1080i
50
1024x768
75
VESA
720p
60
1280x720
60
VESA
720p
50
1280x768
50
480p
60
1280x768
60
VESA
576p
50
1280x800
60
VESA
1080p
50
1280x1024
50
1080p
60
1280x1024
60
VESA
480p
59.94
1280x1024
75
VESA
720p
59.94
1366x768
50
1080i
59.94
1366x768
60
1080p
23.98
1400x1050
50
1080p
24
1400x1050
60
VESA
1080p
29.97
1600x900
60
VESA
1080p
59.94
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Notes
Comp/YPbPr
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Technical Specifications of the HDMI/DVI/RGB Output Signal
Resolution
Vertical
Frequency (Hz)
Notes
Resolution
Vertical Frequency
(Hz)
Notes
640x480
60
VESA
1680x1050
60
VESA
640x480
75
VESA
2048x1080
50
800x600
50
2048x1080
60
800x600
60
VESA
3840x2160
24
800x600
75
VESA
3840x2160
25
1024x768
50
3840x2160
29.97
1024x768
60
VESA
3840x2160
30
1024x768
75
VESA
4096x2160
24
1280x720
60
VESA
1080i
60
1280x768
50
1080i
50
1280x768
60
VESA
720p
60
1280x800
60
VESA
720p
50
1280x1024
50
480p
60
1280x1024
60
VESA
576p
50
1280x1024
75
VESA
1080p
50
1366x768
50
1080p
60
1366x768
60
480p
59.94
1400x1050
50
720p
59.94
1400x1050
60
VESA
1080i
59.94
1600x900
60
VESA
1080p
23.98
1600x1200
50
1080p
24
1600x1200
60
VESA
1080p
29.97
1920x1080
60
VESA
1080p
59.94
60
VESA Reduced
Blanking
1920x1200
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VESA
HDMI
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VP-734 Communication Protocol
Serial Configuration:
Baud rate: 115200 (Bits per second)
Data bits: 8bits
Parity: None
Stop bits: 1bit
Communication confirmation:
Send: CR
Reply: CRLF>
Set Command:
Send: YControl_TypeFunctionParamCR
Reply: ZControl_TypeFunctionParamCRLF>
Get Command:
Send: YControl_TypeFunctionCR
Reply: ZControl_TypeFunctionParamCRLF>
Example: set Input 1 Source Type to Component
Send: Y0102CR
Reply: Z010CRLF>
Example: get current Input 1 Source Type
Send: Y113CR
Reply: Z1103CRLF >
Definition:
: ASCII Code 0x20
CR: Ascii Code 0x0D
CRLF : Ascii Code 0x0D+0x0A
Go to
http://www.kramerelectronics.com/support/product_downloads.asp to
check for the latest VP-734 communication protocol.
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11.1
Command list
Control Type
Function
Parameter1
Description
-
0
N/A
Menu
-
1
N/A
Top
0
-
2
N/A
Down
0
-
3
N/A
Left
0
-
4
N/A
Right
0
-
5
N/A
Enter
0
-
6
0:Reset 720P
Reset program output resolution to XGA / 720P
/Factory reset
Set
Get
0
0
1:Reset XGA
2:Factory Reset
0
1
7
0: Off
Panel lock key function
1: On
0
1
8
0: Off
Blank
1: On
0
1
9
0: Off
Freeze
1: On
0
1
10
0: Off
Power
1: On
0
1
11
0: Off
Mute
1: On
0
-
12
N/A
Save
0
-
13
N/A
Recall
0
1
14
0: Off
Info
1: On
2: Custom
0
-
15
N/A
Info
0
-
16
N/A
Auto Image
0
1
30
0: Input 1
Input source
1: Input 2
2: HDMI 1
3: HDMI 2
4: HDMI 3
5: HDMI 4
6: DP 1
0
1
31
0: Off
Auto Switch Input Source
1: On
0
1
32
0: VGA
Input 1 Source Type
1: Component
2: YC
3: Video
0
1
33
0: VGA
Input 2 Source Type
1: Component
2: YC
3: Video
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Control Type
Set
Get
0
1
Function
Parameter1
Description
40
0: Auto
Input Color Format
1: RGB
2: YUV
0
1
41
42
0: Auto
1: NTSC
2: PAL
3: PAL_M
4: PAL_N
5: NTSC_4_43
6: SECAM
7: PAL-60
1~N
0
1
0
1
0
Input Video Standard
Input H Position
43
1~N
Input V Position
1
44
0~N
Input Frequency
0
1
45
0 ~ 63
Input Phase
0
-
46
N/A
Auto Image
0
1
60
0 ~ 100
Brightness
0
1
61
0 ~ 100
Contrast
0
1
62
0 ~ 100
Color
0
1
63
0 ~ 360
YC / Video Hue
0 ~ 240
HDMI / VGA / Component Hue
0
1
64
0 ~ 100
Sharpness
0
1
65
0: Off
Temporal NR
1: Low
2: Medium
3: High
0
1
66
0: Off
Mosquito NR
1: Low
2: Medium
3: High
0
1
67
0: Off
Block NR
1: On
0
1
80
0: Native HDMI1
Output Resolution
1: Native VGA
2: 640x480x60Hz
3: 640x480x75Hz
4: 800x600x50Hz
5: 800x600x60Hz
6: 800x600x75Hz
7: 1024x768x50Hz
8: 1024x768x60Hz
9: 1024x768x75Hz
10: 1280x768x50Hz
11: 1280x768x60Hz
12: 1280x720x60Hz
13: 1280x800x60Hz
14: 1280x1024x50Hz
15: 1280x1024x60Hz
16: 1280x1024x75Hz
17: 1366x768x50Hz
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Control Type
Set
Get
Function
Parameter1
Description
18: 1366x768x60Hz
19: 1400x1050x50Hz
20: 1400x1050x60Hz
21 1600x900x60Hz (RB)
22: 1600x1200x50Hz
23: 1600x1200x60Hz
24: 1680x1050x60Hz
25: 1920x1080x60Hz
26: 1920x1200x60Hz (RB)
27: 2048x1080x50Hz
28: 2048x1080x60Hz
100: 480P60
101: 576P50
102: 720P50
103: 720P60
104: 1080i50
105: 1080i60
106: 1080P50
107: 1080P60
108: 1080P24
109: 480P59.94
110: 720P59.94
111: 1080i59.94
112: 1080P23.98
113: 1080P29.97
114: 1080P59.94
150: Custom1
151: Custom2
152: Custom3
153: Custom4
0
1
81
0: Auto
Output HDMI Type
1: HDMI
2: DVI
0
1
82
0: Best Fit
Aspect Ratio
1: Letterbox
2: Follow Output
3: Virtual Wide
4: Follow Input
5: Custom
0
1
83
-16 ~ 16
Aspect Ratio H Pan
0
1
84
-16 ~ 16
Aspect Ratio V Pan
0
1
85
-8 ~ 8
Aspect Ratio H Zoom
0
1
86
-8 ~ 8
Aspect Ratio V Zoom
0
11
87
0: 100%
1: 150%
2: 200%
3: 225%
4: 250%
5: 275%
6: 300%
7: 325%
Zoom
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Set
Get
Function
Parameter1
Description
8: 350%
9: 375%
10: 400%
11: Custom
0
1
88
0 ~ 32
Custom Zoom
0
1
89
0 ~ 32
Zoom H Pan
0
1
90
0 ~ 32
Zoom V Pan
0
1
91
0: Off
1: Color bar
2: SMPTE
3: Grey scale
4: Picture Border
5: Multiburst
6: Ramps
7: H-pattern
8: Setup
Test Pattern
0
1
130
-22~0~+22
Audio Input Volume
0
1
131
-100~24
Audio Output Volume
0
1
132
-24~0~+24
Audio Bass
0
1
133
-24~0~+24
Audio Treble
0
1
134
-10~10
Audio Balance
0
1
135
0: Off
Audio Loudness
1: On
0
1
136
0: Dynamic
Audio Delay
1: User Define
2: Off
0
1
137
0~170
Audio User Delay
0
1
138
0: Analog1
Audio Input Source
1: Analog2
2: Analog3
3: Analog4
4: Analog5
5: Analog6
6: Analog7
7: S/PDIF
8: Embedded
0
1
139
0: Off
Audio Follow Video
1: On
0
-
170
0: Profile 1
Save
1: Profile 2
2: Profile 3
3: Profile 4
4: Profile 5
5: Profile 6
6: Profile 7
7: Profile 8
8: USB
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Control Type
Set
Get
0
-
Function
Parameter1
Description
171
0: Profile 1
Recall
1: Profile 2
2: Profile 3
3: Profile 4
4: Profile 5
5: Profile 6
6: Profile 7
7: Profile 8
8: USB
0
-
172
0: Profile 1
Erase
1: Profile 2
2: Profile 3
3: Profile 4
4: Profile 5
5: Profile 6
6: Profile 7
7: Profile 8
8: USB
0
1
173
0: Off
Frame Lock
1: On
0
1
174
0: Manual
Auto Image
1: Auto
0
1
175
0: Seamless
Switching Mode
1: Fast
0
1
176
0: Best Quality
Frame Latency
1: Fast
Control Type
Set
Get
0
1
Function
Parameter1
Parameter2 Description
177
0: First Priority
0 : UNIV 1
1: Second Priority
1 : UNIV 2
2: Third Priority
2 : HDMI 1
3: 4th Priority
3 : HDMI 2
4: 5th Priority
4 : HDMI 3
5: 6th Priority
5 : HDMI 4
6: 7th Priority
6 : DP 1
Auto Switch Input Source Priority
7 : Off
0
1
180
0: Off
Input HDMI1 Hot Plug
1: On
0
1
181
0: Off
Input HDMI2 Hot Plug
1: On
0
1
182
0: Off
Input HDMI3 Hot Plug
1: On
0
1
183
0: Off
Input HDMI4 Hot Plug
1: On
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Set
Get
0
1
Function
Parameter1
184
0: Off
Parameter2 Description
Input DP1 Hot Plug
1: On
0
1
190
0: Off
Input HDMI1 HDCP
1: On
0
1
191
0: Off
Input HDMI2 HDCP
1: On
0
1
192
0: Off
Input HDMI3 HDCP
1: On
0
1
193
0: Off
Input HDMI4 HDCP
1: On
0
1
194
0: Off
Input DP1 HDCP
1: On
0
1
200
0: Off
DHCP
1: On
Set
Get
0
1
201
0
1
202
0
1
203
IP2
IP3
IP4
Parameter *7, Reboot after setting IP Address /
Subnet /Gateway
0~255
0~255
0~255
0~255
IP
0~255
0~255
0~255
0~255
Sub Mask
0~255
0~255
0~255
0~255
Gateway
Function IP1
Set
Get
-
Function
230
Parameter1
0
N/A
Description Control Type
Factory Reset – ALL
0
-
231
N/A
Factory Reset – Without Ethernet Setting
0
1
240
0: 1400x1050x60
1: 1680x1050x60
Mode Set – Mode1
0
1
241
0: 1280x1024x75
1: 1280x1024x76
Mode Set – Mode2
0
1
242
0: 1280x768x60
1: 1366x768x60
2: 1366x768x60(R)
Mode Set – Mode3
0
1
243
0: 1024x768x75
1: 1024x768x75-Mac
Mode Set – Mode4
0
1
244
0: 1280x960x60
1: 1600x900x60(R)
Mode Set – Mode5
0
1
250
0: Center
Menu Position
1: Top Left
Advanced OSD – Menu Position
2: Top Right
Advanced OSD – Time Out(sec.)
3: Bottom Left
Advanced Misc – Logo
4: Bottom Right
Advanced Misc –Blank Color
0: 5 sec
OSD Timeout
0
1
251
1: 10 sec
2: 20 sec
3: 30 sec
4: 60 sec
5: 90 sec
6: Off
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Get
Function
Parameter1
Description Control Type
0
1
260
0: Off
Logo
1: On
2: Custom
0
1
261
0: Blue
Blank Color
1: Black
0
1
262
0: Blue
Background
1: Black
0
1
263
0: Off
Low Power Saving
1: Sleep
2: Power down
0
1
264
0: Off
Lock Save
1: On
0
1
265
0: All
Lock Mode
1: Menu Only
0
1
266
0: Blank & Mute
Blank Setting
1: Blank
2: Mute
0
1
267
0: Freeze & Mute
Freeze Setting
1: Freeze
2: Mute
0
1
268
0: Follow Output
HDCP Setting
1: Follow Input
0
1
269
0: Off
Over Scan
1: On
0
1
270
0: Off
1: Text
2: Logo
0
1
300
0: Custom1
Text Overlay
Requirements:
1. Text: you need to have TextOvl.ini in USB disc
and connect it to VP-734
2. Logo: you need to have Txtlogo.bmp in USB disc
and connect it to VP-734
Custom Input
1: Custom2
2: Custom3
3: Custom4
0
1
301
4~A
Custom Input HT
0
1
302
1~A
Custom Input HW
0
1
303
2~A
Custom Input HS
0
1
304
1~A
Custom Input HA
0
1
305
0 : Negative polarity
Custom Input HP
1 : Positive polarity
0
1
306
4~A
Custom Input VT
0
1
307
1~A
Custom Input VW
0
1
308
2~A
Custom Input VS
0
1
309
1~A
Custom Input VA
0
1
310
0: Negative polarity
Custom Input VP
1: Positive polarity
0
1
70
311
1~A
Custom Input OCLK (KHz)
VP-734 - VP-734 Communication Protocol
Set
Get
Function
Parameter1
Description Control Type
0
1
312
0: Off
Custom Input Enable
1: On
0
-
313
N/A
0
1
320
0 : Custom1
Custom Input Save
Custom Output
1 : Custom2
2 : Custom3
3 : Custom4
0
1
321
4~A
Custom Output HT
0
1
322
1~A
Custom Output HW
0
1
323
2~A
Custom Output HS
0
1
324
1~A
Custom Output HA
0
1
325
0: Negative polarity
Custom Output HP
1: Positive polarity
0
1
326
4~A
Custom Output VT
0
1
327
1~A
Custom Output VW
0
1
328
2~A
Custom Output VS
0
1
329
1~A
Custom Output VA
0
1
330
0: Negative polarity
Custom Output VP
1: Positive polarity
0
1
331
1~A
Custom Output OCLK (KHz)
0
-
332
N/A
Custom Output Save
0
-
333
N/A
Custom Output Get Current Output Mode
0
-
334
N/A
Custom Output Read HDMI EDID
0
-
335
N/A
Custom Output Read VGA EDID
0
1
360
0 : Default
Input EDID HDMI1
1 : Copy HDMI Out
2 : User Define
0
1
361
0 : Default (1920x1080x60Hz) Input EDID HDMI1 Modeline
1 : 1024x768x60Hz
2 : 1280x800x60Hz
3 : 1280x1024x60Hz
4 : 1366x768x60Hz
5 : 1440x900x60Hz
6 : 1400x1050x60Hz
7 : 1600x900x60Hz
8 : 1600x1200x60Hz
9 : 1680x1050x60Hz
10 : 1920x1080x60Hz
11 : 1920x1200x60Hz (RB)
12 : 720Px60Hz
13 : 720Px60Hz
14 : 1080Px60Hz
15 : 1080px60Hz
16 : 2048x1080x50Hz
17 : 2048x1080x60Hz
0
1
362
0 : Default
Input EDID HDMI2
1 : Copy HDMI Out
2 : User Define
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Get
Function
Parameter1
0
1
363
0 : Default (1920x1080x60Hz) Input EDID HDMI2 Modeline
1 : 1024x768x60Hz
2 : 1280x800x60Hz
3 : 1280x1024x60Hz
4 : 1366x768x60Hz
5 : 1440x900x60Hz
6 : 1400x1050x60Hz
7 : 1600x900x60Hz
8 : 1600x1200x60Hz
9 : 1680x1050x60Hz
10 : 1920x1080x60Hz
11 : 1920x1200x60Hz (RB)
12 : 720Px60Hz
13 : 720Px60Hz
14 : 1080Px60Hz
15 : 1080px60Hz
16 : 2048x1080x50Hz
17 : 2048x1080x60Hz
Description Control Type
0
1
364
0: Default
Input EDID HDMI3
1: Copy HDMI Out
2 : User Define
0
1
365
Default (1920x1080x60Hz)
1: 1024x768x60Hz
2: 1280x800x60Hz
3: 1280x1024x60Hz
4: 1366x768x60Hz
5: 1440x900x60Hz
6: 1400x1050x60Hz
7: 1600x900x60Hz
8: 1600x1200x60Hz
9: 1680x1050x60Hz
10: 1920x1080x60Hz
11: 1920x1200x60Hz (RB)
12: 720Px60Hz
13: 720Px60Hz
14: 1080Px60Hz
15: 1080px60Hz
16: 2048x1080x50Hz
17: 2048x1080x60Hz
Input EDID HDMI3 Modeline
0
1
366
0: Default
Input EDID HDMI4
1: Copy HDMI Out
2: User Define
0
1
72
367
Default (1920x1080x60Hz)
1: 1024x768x60Hz
2: 1280x800x60Hz
3: 1280x1024x60Hz
4: 1366x768x60Hz
5: 1440x900x60Hz
6: 1400x1050x60Hz
7: 1600x900x60Hz
8: 1600x1200x60Hz
9: 1680x1050x60Hz
10: 1920x1080x60Hz
11: 1920x1200x60Hz (RB)
Input EDID HDMI4 Modeline
VP-734 - VP-734 Communication Protocol
Set
Get
Function
Parameter1
12: 720Px60Hz
13: 720Px60Hz
14: 1080Px60Hz
15: 1080px60Hz
16: 2048x1080x50Hz
17: 2048x1080x60Hz
Description Control Type
0
1
380
0: Default
Input EDID DP1
1: Copy HDMI Out
2: User Define
0
1
381
Default (1920x1080x60Hz)
1: 1024x768x60Hz
2: 1280x800x60Hz
3: 1280x1024x60Hz
4: 1366x768x60Hz
5: 1440x900x60Hz
6: 1400x1050x60Hz
7 : 1600x900x60Hz
8 : 1600x1200x60Hz
9 : 1680x1050x60Hz
10 : 1920x1080x60Hz
11 : 1920x1200x60Hz (RB)
12 : 720Px60Hz
13 : 720Px60Hz
14 : 1080Px60Hz
15 : 1080px60Hz
16 : 2048x1080x50Hz
17 : 2048x1080x60Hz
Input EDID DP1 Modeline
0
1
400
0 : Default
Input EDID UNIV1
1 : Copy PC Out
2 : User Define
0
1
401
1: 1024x768x60Hz
2: 1280x800x60Hz
3: 1280x1024x60Hz
4: 1366x768x60Hz
5: 1440x900x60Hz
6: 1400x1050x60Hz
7: 1600x900x60Hz
8: 1600x1200x60Hz
9: 1680x1050x60Hz
10: 1920x1080x60Hz
11: 1920x1200x60Hz (RB)
Input EDID UNIV1 Modeline
0
1
402
0: Default
Input EDID UNIV2
1: Copy PC Out
2: User Define
0
1
403
0: Default (1920x1200x60Hz) Input EDID UNIV2 Modeline
1: 1024x768x60Hz
2: 1280x800x60Hz
3: 1280x1024x60Hz
4: 1366x4768x60Hz
5: 1440x900x60Hz
6: 1400x1050x60Hz
7: 1600x900x60Hz
8: 1600x1200x60Hz
9: 1680x1050x60Hz
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Set
Get
Function
Parameter1
10: 1920x1080x60Hz
11: 1920x1200x60Hz (RB)
Description Control Type
0
1
420
-100 ~ 24
Max Volume Limit
-
1
450
0: 640x480x60Hz
1: 640x480x67Hz (Mac13)
2: 640x480x72Hz
3: 640x480x75Hz
4: 640x480x85Hz
5: 720x400x70Hz
6: 720x400x85Hz
7: 800x600x56Hz
8: 800x600x60Hz
9: 800x600x72Hz
10: 800x600x75Hz
11: 800x600x85Hz
12: 832x624x75Hz (Mac16)
13: 1024x768x60Hz
14: 1024x768x70Hz
15: 1024x768x75Hz
16: 1024x768x75Hz (Mac19)
17: 1024x768x85Hz
18: 1024x800x84Hz (Sun)
19: 1152x864x75Hz
20: 1152x870x75Hz (Mac21)
21: 1152x900x66Hz (Sun)
22: 1152x900x76Hz (Sun)
23: 1280x720x60Hz
24: 1280x800x60Hz (RB)
25: 1280x800x60Hz
26: 1280x960x60Hz
27: 1280x960x85Hz
28: 1280x768x60Hz (RB)
29: 1280x768x60Hz
30: 1280x1024x60Hz
31: 1280x1024x75Hz
32: 1280x1024x76Hz (Sun)
33: 1280x1024x85Hz
34: 1366x768x60Hz (RB)
35: 1366x768x60Hz
36: 1440x900x60Hz (RB)
37: 1440x900x60Hz
38: 1400x1050x60Hz
39: 1400x1050x75Hz
40: 1600x900x60Hz (RB)
41: 1600x1200x60Hz
42: 1680x1050x60Hz (RB)
43: 1680x1050x60Hz
44: 1920x1080x60Hz
45: 1920x1200x60Hz (RB)
46: 2048x1080x50Hz
47: 2048x1080x60Hz
Input Signal
100: Custom1
101: Custom2
102: Custom3
103: Custom4
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Get
Function
Parameter1
150: 480i60Hz
151: 480p60Hz
152: 576i50Hz
153: 576p50Hz
154: 720p50Hz
155: 720p60Hz
156: 1080i50Hz
157: 1080i60Hz
158: 1080p24Hz
159: 1080p50Hz
160: 1080p60Hz
Description Control Type
200: NTSC
201: PAL
202: PAL-M
203: PAL-N
204: NTSC4.43
205: SECAM
206: PAL-60
250: No Input detected
251: Not supported
-
1
451
0: Native HDMI1
1: Native VGA
2: 640x480x60Hz
3: 640x480x75Hz
4: 800x600x50Hz
5: 800x600x60Hz
6: 800x600x75Hz
7: 1024x768x50Hz
8: 1024x768x60Hz
9: 1024x768x75Hz
10: 1280x768x50Hz
11 1280x768x60Hz
12: 1280x720x60Hz
13: 1280x800x60Hz
14: 1280x1024x50Hz
15: 1280x1024x60Hz
16: 1280x1024x75Hz
17: 1366x768x50Hz
18: 1366x768x60Hz
19: 1400x1050x50Hz
20: 1400x1050x60Hz
21: 1600x900x60Hz (RB)
22: 1600x1200x50Hz
23: 1600x1200x60Hz
24: 1680x1050x60Hz
25: 1920x1080x60Hz
26: 1920x1200x60Hz (RB)
27: 2048x1080x50Hz
28: 2048x1080x60Hz
Output Resolution
100: 480P60
101: 576P50
102: 720P50
103: 720P60
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Set
Get
Function
Parameter1
104: 1080i50
105: 1080i60
106: 1080P50
107: 1080P60
108: 1080P24
109: 480P59.94
110: 720P59.94
111: 1080i59.94
112: 1080P23.98
113: 1080P29.97
114: 1080P59.94
Description Control Type
150: Custom1
151: Custom2
152: Custom3
153: Custom4
-
1
452
0 : Free Run
Sync Mode
1 : Frame Lock
-
1
453
-
1
504
FW Version
0~65535
Keypad LED Status
1->ON, 0->OFF
bit 0 : Input 1
bit 1 : Input 2
bit 2 : HDMI 1
bit 3 : HDMI 2
bit 4 : HDMI 3
bit 5 : HDMI 4
bit 6 : DP 1
bit 8 : Blank
bit 9 : Freeze
bit 12 : Panel Lock
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P/N:
2900- 300357
Rev:
4
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