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Crestron DM-RMC-100-C
DigitalMedia 8G+™ Receiver
& Room Controller 100
Operations & Installation Guide
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WARNING:
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Do not use this apparatus near water.
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Clean only with dry cloth.
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Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance
with the manufacturer's instructions.
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Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat
registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that
produce heat.
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Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or groundingtype plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than
the other. A grounding-type plug has two blades and a third
grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are
provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into
your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the
obsolete outlet.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPARATUS TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE. THE APPARATUS SHALL NOT BE
EXPOSED TO DRIPPING OR SPLASHING. OBJECTS
FILLED WITH LIQUIDS, SUCH AS VASES, SHOULD
NOT BE PLACED ON THE APPARATUS.
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Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched
particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point
where they exit from the apparatus.
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Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
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Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket or
table specified by the manufacturer or sold with
the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution
when moving the cart/apparatus combination to
avoid injury from tip-over.
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Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused
for long periods of time.
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Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is
required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way,
such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been
spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus
has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate
normally, or has been dropped.
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Disconnect power prior to connecting or disconnecting
equipment.
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Do not install in direct sunlight.
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The apparatus must be installed in a way that the power cord
can be removed either from the wall outlet or from the device
itself in order to disconnect the mains power.
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Prevent foreign objects from entering the device.
WARNING:
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
COVER. THERE ARE NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE. ONLY QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
SHOULD PERFORM SERVICE.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
AVIS: RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE NE PAS OUVRIR
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an
equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the
product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
IMPORTANT
This device can be used with Class 2 output wiring.
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The specific patents that cover Crestron products are listed at patents.crestron.com.
Crestron, the Crestron logo, Crestron e-Control, Crestron Toolbox, DigitalMedia, DigitalMedia 8G, DigitalMedia 8G+, DM, DM 8G, and
DM 8G+ are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Crestron Electronics, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. Dolby and
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©2012 Crestron Electronics, Inc.
Regulatory Compliance
As of the date of manufacture, the DM-RMC-100-C has been tested and found to comply with specifications
for CE marking and standards per EMC and Radiocommunications Compliance Labelling.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Compliance Statement
CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
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Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver
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Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected
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Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help
Industry Canada (IC) Compliance Statement
CAN ICES-3(B)/NMB-3(B)
Crestron DM-RMC-100-C
DigitalMedia 8G+ Receiver 100
Contents
DigitalMedia 8G+ Receiver & Room Controller 100:
DM-RMC-100-C
1
Introduction ............................................................................................................................... 1
Features and Functions ................................................................................................ 1
Applications................................................................................................................. 4
Specifications .............................................................................................................. 5
Physical Description.................................................................................................... 8
Setup ........................................................................................................................................ 13
Network Wiring......................................................................................................... 13
Identity Code ............................................................................................................. 13
Installation ................................................................................................................. 14
Hardware Hookup ..................................................................................................... 15
Programming Software ............................................................................................................ 18
Software Requirements for the PC ............................................................................ 18
Programming with SIMPL Windows ........................................................................ 18
Uploading and Upgrading........................................................................................................ 22
Establishing Communication..................................................................................... 22
Firmware ................................................................................................................... 24
IP Configuration ........................................................................................................ 25
Problem Solving ...................................................................................................................... 26
Troubleshooting......................................................................................................... 26
Reference Documents................................................................................................ 27
Further Inquiries ........................................................................................................ 27
Future Updates .......................................................................................................... 28
Return and Warranty Policies .................................................................................................. 29
Merchandise Returns / Repair Service ...................................................................... 29
Crestron Limited Warranty........................................................................................ 29
GNU General Public License .................................................................................................. 30
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DigitalMedia 8G+ Receiver 100
DigitalMedia 8G+ Receiver
& Room Controller 100:
DM-RMC-100-C
Introduction
The DM-RMC-100-C provides a simple one-box interface solution for a single
display device as part of a complete Crestron® DigitalMedia™ system. It functions
as a DM 8G+™ receiver and control interface, providing a single HDMI® output
along with Ethernet, RS-232, and IR control ports. In addition to DM 8G+, it is also
compatible with HDBaseT™ specifications, allowing it to be connected directly to
any HDBaseT compliant source. Its compact low-profile design allows the
DM-RMC-100-C to be installed discreetly behind a flat panel display or above a
ceiling mounted projector. It connects to the head end or source location using a
single CAT5e or Crestron DM 8G® cable.1
Features and Functions
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DigitalMedia 8G+™ receiver and display controller
DM 8G+ input supports up to 330 foot (100 meter) cable length1
Connects to a DM® switcher or transmitter (each sold separately) over one
CAT5e or Crestron DM 8G cable1
Supports HDBaseT Alliance specifications
Provides one HDMI or DVI display output2
Handles HD video with Deep Color, 3D, and HDCP
Handles Dolby® TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio™, and uncompressed
7.1 linear PCM audio
Provides a 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX Ethernet connection
Enables device control via CEC, IR, RS-232, and Ethernet
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1. For DM 8G+ wiring, use Crestron DM-CBL-8G DigitalMedia 8G™ cable, Crestron DM-CBL
DigitalMedia cable, Crestron DM-CBL-D DigitalMedia D cable, or generic CAT5e (or better) UTP or
STP. Maximum wire length for DM 8G+ is 330 feet (100 meters) between devices. Shielded cable
and connectors are recommended to safeguard against unpredictable environmental electrical noise
which may impact performance at resolutions above 1080p. Refer to the latest version of the Crestron
DigitalMedia Design Guide (Doc. 4546) for complete system design guidelines. It is available from
the Crestron Web site at www.crestron.com/dmresources. DM 8G+ is also compatible with HDBaseT
Alliance specifications for connecting to HDBaseT compliant equipment. All wire and cables sold
separately.
2. HDMI requires an appropriate adapter or interface cable to accommodate a DVI signal. CBL-HD-DVI
interface cable sold separately.
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Features and Functions
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Allows quick, easy setup and diagnostics
Low-profile surface mount design
Powered over the DM connection or local power pack (included)1
DigitalMedia 8G+
DigitalMedia 8G+ provides a true one-wire transport for moving high-definition
video, audio, and Ethernet over low-cost twisted pair cable without compression or
repeaters. Engineered for ultra high bandwidth and ultimate scalability, DM 8G+
handles uncompressed video beyond high definition with support for HDCP, Deep
Color, and 3D. Audio capabilities include support for high bitrate 7.1 audio formats
such as Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio as well as uncompressed linear
PCM. All signals are transported over one 8-conductor twisted pair cable (sold
separately), supporting distances up to 330 feet (100 meters) using Crestron DM 8G
cable or CAT5e.2
HDBaseT
DigitalMedia 8G+ technology is designed using HDBaseT Alliance specifications,
ensuring interoperability with third-party HDBaseT products. Via its DM 8G+ input,
the DM-RMC-100-C can be connected directly to any HDBaseT compliant source
without requiring a DM transmitter. HDBaseT connectivity through the
DM-RMC-100-C converges uncompressed full HD digital video, audio, Ethernet,
power and control signals through a single CAT5e or CAT6 cable over distances up
to 328 feet (100 meters).
Multimedia Display Interface
A single HDMI digital AV output port is provided on the DM-RMC-100-C,
supporting HD 1080p video and WUXGA computer signals with HDCP, Deep
Color, 3D, and multi-channel HD lossless audio—all through one connection.
The HDMI output can also handle DVI signals using an appropriate adapter or
interface cable.3
A single cable connects the DM-RMC-100-C to a DM switcher or transmitter or to
an HDBaseT source (each sold separately), transporting video, audio, control,
networking, and power signals through one RJ-45 connection.1, 2 Multiple
DM-RMC-100-Cs may be installed to handle each display in a multi-room
distribution system, all fed from a central DM switcher. Or, a single
DM-RMC-100-C can be fed straight from a DM 8G+ transmitter, affording a very
simple solution for extending a computer or AV signal to a single display.
1. Receiving Power over DM (PoDM) or Power over HDBaseT (PoH) requires connection to a switcher
or other equipment that has a PoDM or PoH PSE (Power Sourcing Equipment) port.
2. For DM 8G+ wiring, use Crestron DM-CBL-8G DigitalMedia 8G cable, Crestron DM-CBL
DigitalMedia cable, Crestron DM-CBL-D DigitalMedia D cable, or generic CAT5e (or better) UTP or
STP. Maximum wire length for DM 8G+ is 330 feet (100 meters) between devices. Shielded cable
and connectors are recommended to safeguard against unpredictable environmental electrical noise
which may impact performance at resolutions above 1080p. Refer to the latest version of the Crestron
DigitalMedia Design Guide (Doc. 4546) for complete system design guidelines. DM 8G+ is also
compatible with HDBaseT Alliance specifications for connecting to HDBaseT compliant equipment.
All wire and cables sold separately.
3. HDMI requires an appropriate adapter or interface cable to accommodate a DVI signal. CBL-HD-DVI
interface cable sold separately.
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DigitalMedia 8G+ Receiver 100
LAN Connectivity
Along with high-definition AV and control, DigitalMedia also integrates high-speed
Ethernet networking for a total signal distribution solution. The DM-RMC-100-C
includes a 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX Ethernet port, providing a convenient LAN
connection for a local network device.
Embedded Device Control
The DM-RMC-100-C includes built-in RS-232, IR, and Ethernet control ports to
allow programmable control of the display device connected to it. It can also provide
an alternative to such conventional control methods by harnessing the CEC
(Consumer Electronics Control) signal embedded in HDMI. Through its connection
to the control system, the DM-RMC-100-C provides a gateway for controlling the
display device through the HDMI connection, potentially eliminating the need for
any dedicated control wires or IR emitters.
Low-Profile Installation
The DM-RMC-100-C mounts conveniently on a wall, ceiling, or other flat surface.
At just one inch deep, it fits easily behind a flat panel display or above a ceiling
mounted projector. All connections and LED indicators are positioned on the sides,
ensuring optimal access and visibility for a clean, serviceable installation. An array
of indicators is provided for easy setup and troubleshooting.
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Applications
The diagram below shows a DM-RMC-100-C in a standalone application. In this
application, the DM-RMC-100-C is used with a DM 8G+ transmitter such as the
DM-TX-201-C and is not used with a DM switcher.
DM-RMC-100-C in a Standalone Application
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Specifications
Specifications for the DM-RMC-100-C are listed in the following table.
DM-RMC-100-C Specifications
SPECIFICATION
DETAILS
Video
Input Signal Type
DM 8G+ (DigitalMedia over one CAT5e
twisted pair copper wire), HDBaseT1
Output Signal Types
HDMI, DVI2
Formats
HDMI with Deep Color and 3D, DVI,
HDCP content protection support
Input Resolutions
Progressive
640 x 480 @ 60 Hz
720 x 480 @ 60 Hz (480p)
720 x 576 @ 50 Hz (576p)
800 x 600 @ 60 Hz
848 x 480 @ 60 Hz
852 x 480 @ 60 Hz
854 x 480 @ 60 Hz
1024 x 768 @ 60 Hz
1024 x 852 @ 60 Hz
1024 x 1024 @ 60 Hz
1280 x 720 @ 50 Hz (720p50)
1280 x 720 @ 60 Hz (720p60)
1280 x 768 @ 60 Hz
1280 x 800 @ 60 Hz
1280 x 960 @ 60 Hz
1280 x 1024 @ 60 Hz
1360 x 768 @ 60 Hz
1365 x 1024 @ 60 Hz
1366 x 768 @ 60 Hz
1400 x 1050 @ 60 Hz
1440 x 900 @ 60 Hz
1600 x 900 @ 60 Hz
1600 x 1200 @ 60 Hz
1680 x 1050 @ 60 Hz
1920 x 1080 @ 24 Hz (1080p24)
1920 x 1080 @ 25 Hz (1080p25)
1920 x 1080 @ 50 Hz (1080p50)
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz (1080p60)
1920 x 1200 @ 60 Hz
2048 x 1080 @ 24 Hz
2048 x 1152 @ 60 Hz
plus any other resolution allowed by
HDMI up to 165 MHz pixel clock
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DM-RMC-100-C Specifications (Continued)
SPECIFICATION
DETAILS
Video
Input Resolutions (Continued)
Interlaced
Output Resolutions
720 x 480 @ 30 Hz (480i)
720 x 576 @ 25 Hz (576i)
1920 x 1080 @ 25 Hz (1080i25)
1920 x 1080 @ 30 Hz (1080i30)
plus any other resolution allowed by
HDMI up to 165 MHz pixel clock
Matched to input
Audio
Input Signal Type
DM 8G+, HDBaseT
Output Signal Type
HDMI
Formats
Dolby Digital®, Dolby Digital EX, Dolby
Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS®,
DTS-ES, DTS 96/24, DTS-HD High Res,
DTS-HD Master Audio, up to 8ch PCM
Communications
DigitalMedia
DM 8G+, HDCP management, EDID
format management, CEC, PoDM,
HDBaseT compliant
Ethernet
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX, auto-switching,
auto-negotiating, auto-discovery, full/half
duplex, DHCP
Power Requirements3
Power Pack
0.75 amps @ 24 Vdc;
100-240 Vac, 50/60 Hz power pack
included
Power over DM (PoDM)
PoDM PD (Powered Device), capable of
being powered by a PoDM PSE (Power
Sourcing Equipment)
Power over HDBaseT (PoH)
PoH PD, capable of being powered by a
PoH PSE
Minimum 2-Series Control System
Update File4, 5
Version 4.001.1012 or later
Environmental
Temperature
32º to 104º F (0º to 40º C)
Humidity
10% to 90% RH (non-condensing)
Heat Dissipation
29 Btu/h
Enclosure
Chassis
Metal, black finish, with two integral
mounting flanges, vented top and bottom
Mounting
Freestanding, surface mount, or attach to
a single rack rail
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DM-RMC-100-C Specifications (Continued)
SPECIFICATION
DETAILS
Dimensions
Height
6.09 in (155 mm)
Width
5.63 in (143 mm)
Depth
1.02 in (26 mm)
Weight
17 oz (468 g)
Included Accessory
Universal 24 Vdc power pack
Available Accessories
CBL-HD
Crestron Certified HDMI Interface Cable
CBL-HD-DVI
Crestron Certified HDMI to DVI Interface
Cable
CBL-HD-LOCK
Locking High-Speed HDMI Cable
CNSP-XX
Custom Serial Interface Cable
DM-8G-CONN-100
DigitalMedia 8G Cable Connectors
DM-8G-CRIMP
Crimping Tool for DM-8G-CONN
DM-CBL-8G
DigitalMedia 8G Cable
IRP2
IR Emitter Probe
MP-WP140
Media Presentation Wall Plate – DVI with
Mini-TRS Stereo Audio
MP-WP152
Media Presentation Wall Plate – HDMI
MP-WP181-C
Media Presentation Wall Plate –
DigitalMedia 8G+
MPI-WP150
Media Presentation Wall Plate –
International Version – HDMI
MPI-WP181-C
Media Presentation Wall Plate –
International Version – DigitalMedia 8G+
1. For DM 8G+ wiring, use Crestron DM-CBL-8G DigitalMedia 8G cable, Crestron DM-CBL
DigitalMedia cable, Crestron DM-CBL-D DigitalMedia D cable, or generic CAT5e (or better) UTP or
STP. Maximum wire length for DM 8G+ is 330 feet (100 meters) between devices. Shielded cable
and connectors are recommended to safeguard against unpredictable environmental electrical noise
which may impact performance at resolutions above 1080p. Refer to the latest version of the Crestron
DigitalMedia Design Guide (Doc. 4546) for complete system design guidelines. DM 8G+ is also
compatible with HDBaseT Alliance specifications for connecting to HDBaseT compliant equipment.
All wire and cables sold separately.
2. HDMI requires an appropriate adapter or interface cable to accommodate a DVI signal. CBL-HD-DVI
interface cable sold separately.
3. A power pack, power over DM, or power over HDBaseT can be used to power the DM-RMC-100-C.
4. The latest software versions can be obtained from the Crestron Web site. Refer to the NOTE
following these footnotes.
5. Crestron 2-Series control systems include the AV2 and PRO2. Consult the latest Crestron Product
Catalog for a complete list of 2-Series control systems.
NOTE: Crestron software and any files on the Web site are for authorized Crestron
dealers and Crestron Authorized Independent Programmers (CAIP) only. New users
may be required to register to obtain access to certain areas of the site (including the
FTP site).
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Physical Description
This section provides information on the connections, controls and indicators
available on the DM-RMC-100-C.
DM-RMC-100-C Physical View (Front View)
DM-RMC-100-C Physical Views (Left and Right Side Views)
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DM-RMC-100-C Overall Dimensions (Front View)
5.55 in
(141 mm)
4.63 in
(118 mm)
5.45 in
(139 mm)
DM-RMC-100-C Overall Dimensions (Bottom View)
1.00 in
(25 mm)
1.02 in
(26 mm)
5.63 in
(143 mm)
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DM-RMC-100-C Overall Dimensions (Left and Right Side Views)
6
1
2
7
3
4.97 in
(127 mm)
6.09 in
(155 mm)
8
4
9
5
10
11
Connectors, Controls & Indicators
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CONNECTORS1,
CONTROLS &
INDICATORS
1
HDMI OUT LED
2
HDMI OUT
3
COM
(1) 5-pin 3.5 mm detachable terminal
block, bidirectional RS-232 port;
Up to 115.2k baud, hardware and
software handshaking support
4
IR (1-2)
(1) 4-pin 3.5 mm detachable terminal
block comprising two IR/serial ports;
IR output up to 1.1 MHz;
1-way serial TTL/RS-232 (0-5 volts)
up to 19200 baud3
DESCRIPTION
(1) Green LED, indicates video signal
presence at the HDMI output
(1) 19-pin Type A HDMI female;
HDMI digital video/audio output;
Supports DVI2
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Connectors, Controls & Indicators
#
CONNECTORS1,
CONTROLS &
INDICATORS
5
LAN
(1) 8-pin RJ-45 female, shielded, with two
LED indicators;
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX Ethernet port;
Green LED indicates Ethernet link status;
Amber LED indicates Ethernet activity
Pin 1 Pin 8
Amber
LED
Green
LED
6
7
DESCRIPTION
PIN
SIGNAL
PIN
SIGNAL
1
2
3
4
TX +
TX RX +
N/C
5
6
7
8
N/C
RX N/C
N/C
(1) 6-32 screw, chassis ground lug
DM IN4
Pin 1
(1) 8-pin RJ-45 female, shielded, with two
LED indicators;
DM 8G+ input, HDBaseT compliant;
5
PoDM and PoH PD (Powered Device) port ;
Connects to the DM 8G+ output of a DM
switcher, transmitter, or other DM device, or
to an HDBaseT device via CAT5e or
Crestron DM-CBL-8G cable6;
Green LED indicates DM link status;
Solid amber LED indicates HDCP video;
Blinking amber LED indicates non-HDCP
video
Pin 8
Amber Green
LED
LED
8
RESET
(1) Miniature recessed push button for
hardware reset
9
SETUP
(Button and LED)
(1) Miniature recessed push button for
Ethernet setup and (1) red LED
10
24 V
0.75A MAX
(1) 2.1 x 5.5 mm dc power connector;
24 volt dc power input;
Power pack included
11
Power LED
(1) Green LED, indicates operating power
supplied from local power pack, PoDM, or
PoH
1. Interface connectors for the COM and IR ports are provided with the unit.
2. HDMI requires an appropriate adapter or interface cable to accommodate a DVI signal. CBL-HD-DVI
interface cable sold separately.
3. Maximum string length for serial commands sent via the IR port should be no greater than
40 characters.
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4. The DM IN port consists of one RJ-45 connector. Refer to the following table for the connector
pinouts.
DM IN Connector Pinouts
1
8
PIN #
WIRE COLOR
PIN #
WIRE COLOR
1
Orange/White
5
Blue/White
2
Orange
6
Green
3
Green/White
7
Brown/White
4
Blue
8
Brown
5. Receiving Power over DM (PoDM) or Power over HDBaseT (PoH) requires connection to a switcher
or other equipment that has a PoDM or PoH PSE (Power Sourcing Equipment) port.
6. For DM 8G+ wiring, use Crestron DM-CBL-8G DigitalMedia 8G cable, Crestron DM-CBL
DigitalMedia cable, Crestron DM-CBL-D DigitalMedia D cable, or generic CAT5e (or better) UTP or
STP. Maximum wire length for DM 8G+ is 330 feet (100 meters) between devices. Shielded cable
and connectors are recommended to safeguard against unpredictable environmental electrical noise
which may impact performance at resolutions above 1080p. Refer to the latest version of the Crestron
DigitalMedia Design Guide (Doc. 4546) for complete system design guidelines. DM 8G+ is also
compatible with HDBaseT Alliance specifications for connecting to HDBaseT compliant equipment.
All wire and cables sold separately.
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Setup
Network Wiring
When wiring the DM network, consider the following:

Use Crestron Certified Wire.
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Use Crestron power supplies for Crestron equipment.
CAUTION: Failure to use Crestron power supplies could cause equipment
damage or void the Crestron warranty.
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Provide sufficient power to the system.
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For DM 8G+ wiring, use Crestron DM-CBL-8G DigitalMedia 8G cable,
Crestron DM-CBL DigitalMedia cable, Crestron DM-CBL-D DigitalMedia
D cable, or generic CAT5e (or better) UTP or STP. Maximum wire length
for DM 8G+ is 330 feet (100 meters) between devices. Shielded cable and
connectors are recommended to safeguard against unpredictable
environmental electrical noise which may impact performance at resolutions
above 1080p. Refer to the latest version of the Crestron DigitalMedia
Design Guide (Doc. 4546) for complete system design guidelines. DM 8G+
is also compatible with HDBaseT Alliance specifications for connecting to
HDBaseT compliant equipment.
The DM-RMC-100-C also uses high-speed Ethernet for communications between
the device and a control system, computer, media server, and other IP-based devices.
For general information on connecting Ethernet devices in a Crestron system, refer to
the latest version of the Crestron e-Control Reference Guide (Doc. 6052), which is
available from the Crestron Web site (www.crestron.com/manuals). For information
specifically related to Ethernet connectivity using DigitalMedia devices, refer to the
latest version of the Crestron IP Considerations Guide for the IT Professional (Doc.
4579), which is also available from the Crestron Web site
(www.crestron.com/dmresources).
Identity Code
NOTE: In the SIMPL Windows program, the IP ID of the DM-RMC-100-C is
assigned automatically and does not require additional programming when the
DM-RMC-100-C is dropped onto an output card of a DM switcher. Use the
information below when the DM-RMC-100-C is dropped directly into an Ethernet
slot on the control system in SIMPL Windows without a DM switcher.
The IP ID is set within the DM-RMC-100-C IP table using Crestron Toolbox™.
For information on setting an IP table, refer to the Crestron Toolbox help file.
The IP IDs of multiple DM-RMC-100-C devices in the same system must be unique.
When setting the IP ID, consider the following:

The IP ID of each unit must match an IP ID specified in the SIMPL
Windows program.

Each device using IP to communicate with a control system must have a
unique IP ID.
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DigitalMedia 8G+ Receiver 100
Crestron DM-RMC-100-C
Installation
The DM-RMC-100-C mounts on a flat surface such as a wall or ceiling.
The DM-RMC-100-C can also be mounted on a rack rail.
Ventilation
The DM-RMC-100-C should be used in a well-ventilated area. The venting holes
should not be obstructed under any circumstances.
To prevent overheating, do not operate this product in an area that exceeds the
environmental temperature range listed in the table of specifications.
Mounting on a Flat Surface
To mount the DM-RMC-100-C on a flat surface such as a wall or ceiling, use four
mounting screws (not included). The following illustration shows mounting of the
DM-RMC-100-C on a wall.
NOTE: To ensure optimum ventilation when mounted on a wall, position the
DM-RMC-100-C vertically so that the venting holes are positioned at the top and
bottom of the unit.
Mounting DM-RMC-100-C on a Wall
Mounting Screws (4)
(Not Included)
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Rack Mounting
DigitalMedia 8G+ Receiver 100
To mount the DM-RMC-100-C on the left or right rail of a rack, use two rack
mounting screws (not included). The following illustration shows mounting of the
DM-RMC-100-C on the right rail of a rack.
Mounting DM-RMC-100-C on Rack Rail (Right Rack Rail Shown)
Rack Mounting
Screws
(Not Included)
Hardware Hookup
Make the necessary connections as called out in the illustrations on the following
page. Refer to “Network Wiring” on page 13. Apply power after all connections
have been made.
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DigitalMedia 8G+ Receiver 100
Crestron DM-RMC-100-C
Hardware Connections for the DM-RMC-100-C (Left Side)
HDMI OUT:
Digital Video/Audio Output
COM:
To RS-232 Device
IR:
To IR Device or
Device Without RS-232
LAN:
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
Ethernet to LAN
Hardware Connections for the DM-RMC-100-C (Right Side)
Ground
DM IN:
From DM Switcher, Transmitter,
or Other DM Device
or from Third-Party
HDBaseT Device
24 VDC:
From Power Supply
(Included)
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DigitalMedia 8G+ Receiver 100
NOTE: Ensure that the unit is properly grounded by connecting the chassis ground
lug to an earth ground (building steel).
NOTE: For DM 8G+ wiring, use Crestron DM-CBL-8G DigitalMedia 8G cable,
Crestron DM-CBL DigitalMedia cable, Crestron DM-CBL-D DigitalMedia D cable,
or generic CAT5e (or better) UTP or STP. Maximum wire length for DM 8G+ is 330
feet (100 meters) between devices. Shielded cable and connectors are recommended
to safeguard against unpredictable environmental electrical noise which may impact
performance at resolutions above 1080p. Refer to the latest version of the Crestron
DigitalMedia Design Guide (Doc. 4546) for complete system design guidelines.
DM 8G+ is also compatible with HDBaseT Alliance specifications for connecting to
HDBaseT compliant equipment.
NOTE: The 24 Vdc power pack (included) is not required if power over DM or
power over HDBaseT is used.
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DigitalMedia 8G+ Receiver 100
Crestron DM-RMC-100-C
Programming Software
Have a question or comment about Crestron software?
Answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) can be viewed in the Online Help
section of the Crestron Web site. To post a question or to view questions submitted
to Crestron’s True Blue Support, log in at www.crestron.com/onlinehelp. First-time
users must establish a user account to fully benefit from all available features.
Software Requirements for the PC
NOTE: The latest software can be downloaded from the Crestron Web site
(www.crestron.com/software).
Crestron provides an assortment of Windows-based software tools to develop a
customized system. Use Crestron SIMPL Windows to create a program to control the
DM-RMC-100-C.
Programming with SIMPL Windows
SIMPL Windows is Crestron’s premier software for programming Crestron control
systems. It is organized into two separate but equally important “Managers”:
Configuration and Program.
Configuration Manager
Configuration Manager is the view where programmers “build” a Crestron control
system by selecting hardware from the Device Library.
1.
To incorporate the DM-RMC-100-C into the system, drag the
DM-RMC-100-C from the DigitalMedia | DM Receivers folder of the
Device Library and drop it into either of the following in System Views:

A compatible output card of a DM switcher

Directly to a card in the Ethernet slot of the control system (used
without a DM switcher)
Locating the DM-RMC-100-C in the Device Library
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DigitalMedia 8G+ Receiver 100
The system tree of the control system displays the DM-RMC-100-C in the
appropriate slot with a default IP ID as shown in the following illustrations.
In the first example, the DM-RMC-100-C is used with the DMCO-50
output card in a DM-MD8X8 switcher. In the second example, the
DM-RMC-100-C is used with the C2ENET-2 card in an Ethernet slot on
the control system.
C2ENET-2 Device, Slot 8 (Using Output Card in DM Switcher)
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DigitalMedia 8G+ Receiver 100
Crestron DM-RMC-100-C
C2ENET-2 Device, Slot 8 (Using Ethernet Slot on Control System)
2.
If additional DM-RMC-100-C devices are to be added, repeat step 1 for
each device. Each DM-RMC-100-C device is assigned a different
IP ID.
3.
If necessary, double-click a device to open the “Device Settings” window
and change the IP ID as shown in the following illustration.
“Device Settings: Crestron DM-RMC-100-C” Window
NOTE: The ID code specified in the SIMPL Windows program must
match the IP ID of each unit. Refer to “Identity Code” on page 13.
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Program Manager
DigitalMedia 8G+ Receiver 100
Program Manager is the view where programmers “program” a Crestron control
system by assigning signals to symbols.
The symbol can be viewed by double-clicking the icon or dragging it into Detail
View. Each signal in the symbol is described in the SIMPL Windows help file (F1).
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DigitalMedia 8G+ Receiver 100
Crestron DM-RMC-100-C
Uploading and Upgrading
Crestron recommends using the latest programming software and that each device
contains the latest firmware to take advantage of the most recently released features.
However, before attempting to upload or upgrade it is necessary to establish
communication. Once communication has been established, files (for example,
firmware) can be transferred to the device. In addition, the IP table of the device can
be configured.
Establishing Communication
Use Crestron Toolbox for communicating with the DM-RMC-100-C; refer to the
Crestron Toolbox help file for details.
A PC running Crestron Toolbox communicates with the DM-RMC-100-C in the
following ways:
Via DM Switcher

Via a DM switcher using TCP/IP or USB communication. TCP/IP provides
a faster method of communication than USB.

Via the LAN port of the DM-RMC-100-C using TCP/IP communication.
In this scenario, the DM-RMC-100-C is used in a standalone configuration
(a DM switcher is not used).
TCP/IP Communication via DM Switcher
To establish TCP/IP communication between the PC and the DM-RMC-100-C via
the DM switcher:
1.
Establish communication between the PC and the DM switcher as described
in the latest version of the DigitalMedia Switchers Operations Guide
(Doc. 6755).
2.
Use the Device Discovery Tool in Crestron Toolbox to find the IP address
of the DM-RMC-100-C. The tool is available in Toolbox version 1.15.143
or later.
3.
Use the Address Book in Crestron Toolbox to create an entry for the
DM-RMC-100-C using the TCP connection type, and enter the IP address
of the DM-RMC-100-C.
4.
Display the “System Info” window of the DM-RMC-100-C (click the
icon); communications are confirmed when the device information
is displayed.
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DigitalMedia 8G+ Receiver 100
USB Communication via DM Switcher
To establish USB communication between the PC and the DM switcher:
Via LAN Port
1.
Use the Address Book in Crestron Toolbox to create an entry using the
expected communication protocol (USB). When multiple USB devices are
connected, identify the DM switcher by entering “DM-MD8X8”,
“DM-MD16X16”, or “DM-MD32X32” in the Model textbox, the unit’s
serial number in the Serial textbox, or the unit’s hostname in the Hostname
textbox. The hostname can be found in the “System Info” window in the
section marked Ethernet; however, communications must be established in
order to see this information in the “System Info” window.
2.
icon); communications
Display the “System Info” window (click the
are confirmed when the device information is displayed.
TCP/IP Communication via LAN Port of DM-RMC-100-C
To establish TCP/IP communication between the PC and the DM-RMC-100-C via
the LAN port of the DM-RMC-100-C:
1.
Use the Device Discovery Tool in Crestron Toolbox to find the IP address
of the DM-RMC-100-C. The tool is available in Toolbox version 1.15.143
or later.
NOTE: When the DM-RMC-100-C is used in a standalone configuration
(not used with a DM switcher), DHCP is enabled by default. If desired, a
default IP address (192.168.1.243) can be assigned by holding down its
SETUP button while applying power. This IP address overwrites any
previous settings and remains until it is changed.
2.
Use the Address Book in Crestron Toolbox to create an entry for the
DM-RMC-100-C using the TCP connection type, and enter the IP address
of the DM-RMC-100-C.
3.
Display the “System Info” window of the DM-RMC-100-C (click the
icon); communications are confirmed when the device information
is displayed.
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4.
Crestron DM-RMC-100-C
(Optional) If additional changes to TCP/IP settings are desired,
do the following:
a.
Assign an IP address, IP mask, and default router for the
DM-RMC-100-C via the Crestron Toolbox (Functions | Ethernet
Addressing).
b.
Close the “System Info” window.
c.
In Crestron Toolbox, change the Address Book entry for the
DM-RMC-100-C so that it uses the IP address assigned in step 4a.
d.
Display the “System Info” window of the DM-RMC-100-C (click the
icon); communications are confirmed when the device information
is displayed.
Firmware
Firmware files may be distributed from programmers to installers or from Crestron
to dealers. Firmware upgrades are available from the Crestron Web site as new
features are developed after product releases. For details on upgrading, refer to the
Crestron Toolbox help file.
Check the Crestron Web site to find the latest firmware. (New users may be required
to register to obtain access to certain areas of the site, including the FTP site.)
To upgrade DM-RMC-100-C firmware:
1.
Do either of the following:

If the DM-RMC-100-C is connected to a DM switcher, use the Device
Discovery Tool in Crestron Toolbox to find the IP address of the
switcher.

If the DM-RMC-100-C is being used in a standalone configuration (not
used with a DM switcher), use the Device Discovery Tool to find the IP
address of the DM-RMC-100-C.
2.
Add the IP address found in step 1 to the Address Book in Toolbox.
3.
Download the appropriate .puf file from the Crestron Web site to the PC.
4
Double-click the .puf file. The Toolbox Address Book opens.
5.
From the list in the Address Book, select the DM switcher (if the
DM-RMC-100-C is connected to a switcher) or the DM-RMC-100-C (if the
DM-RMC-100-C is used in a standalone configuration), and then click OK.
Either of the following occurs:

If the DM switcher was selected, a DM device list is displayed that
allows an upgrade to all DM devices connected to the switcher.

If the DM-RMC-100-C was selected, a DM device list is displayed that
allows an upgrade to the DM-RMC-100-C only.
In the DM device lists that are displayed, the checkbox of any item that
needs to be upgraded is automatically selected.
6.
Click Update.
7.
After the process is complete, click Recheck to verify the upgrade.
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DigitalMedia 8G+ Receiver 100
IP Configuration
If the DM-RMC-100-C is used in a standalone configuration (without a DM
switcher), use Crestron Toolbox to create the IP table entry of the DM-RMC-100-C.
NOTE: If the DM-RMC-100-C is connected to a DM switcher, the IP table entry of
the DM-RMC-100-C is created automatically.
1.
Use the Device Discovery Tool to find the IP address of the
DM-RMC-100-C. Then, in the Toolbox, display the “System Info” window
icon) and select the DM-RMC-100-C entry from the Address
(click the
Book.
2.
Select Functions | IP Table Setup.
3.
Add, modify or delete entries in the IP table. The DM-RMC-100-C can
have only one IP table entry.
4.
A defined IP table can be saved to a file or sent to the device.
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DigitalMedia 8G+ Receiver 100
Crestron DM-RMC-100-C
Problem Solving
Troubleshooting
The following table provides corrective action for possible trouble situations.
If further assistance is required, please contact a Crestron customer
service representative.
DM-RMC-100-C Troubleshooting
TROUBLE
Power LED
does not
illuminate.
POSSIBLE CAUSE(S)
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Device is not receiving
power.
If device is powered over DM:

Verify cable
connection to the
DM IN port.

Verify that device
connected to the
DM IN port can
provide power to this
device.
If device is powered from power
supply connected to DC power
jack, verify power supply
connections to the device and
to the power outlet.
Green LED on
DM IN port
does not
illuminate.
Device cannot establish
a link to the device
connected to the
DM IN port.
Verify cable connection to the
DM IN port.
HDMI OUT
LED does not
illuminate.
Device is not receiving
video signal.
Ensure proper video signal is
routed to device.
Device connected to the
HDMI OUT port has not
sent the hotplug signal.
Power on device connected to
the HDMI OUT port and ensure
that it is switched to the correct
input.
HDMI OUT
LED is green
but video on
connected
display is
black.
HDCP is blanking the
video output.
Verify that device connected to
HDMI output supports HDCP.
(Continued on following page)
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DigitalMedia 8G+ Receiver 100
DM-RMC-100-C Troubleshooting (Continued)
TROUBLE
POSSIBLE CAUSE(S)
CORRECTIVE ACTION
LAN LED
does not
illuminate
green.
LAN network cable is not
connected to the LAN port
or to the 10BASE-T/
100BASE-TX compatible
device.
Verify LAN network cable
connection to the LAN port and
to the compatible network
device.
LAN network cable is not
the proper type.
Verify that network cable
complies with EIA/TIA 568 and
the CAT5 specification.
LAN network cable is not
the proper length.
Verify that network cable is the
proper length. Cable length
must not exceed 328 feet
(100 meters).
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
compatible device is not
receiving power.
Apply power to the network
device.
Improper grounding.
Check that all ground
connections have been made
properly.
Loss of
functionality
due to
electrostatic
discharge.
NOTE: For more advanced diagnostics, use the DMTool in Crestron Toolbox.
Reference Documents
The latest version of all documents mentioned within the guide can be obtained from
the Crestron Web site.
List of Related Reference Documents
DOCUMENT TITLE
Crestron DigitalMedia Design Guide (www.crestron.com/dmresources)
Crestron DigitalMedia Switchers Operations Guide
(www.crestron.com/manuals)
Crestron e-Control Reference Guide (www.crestron.com/manuals)
Crestron IP Considerations Guide for the IT Professional
(www.crestron.com/dmresources)
Further Inquiries
To locate specific information or to resolve questions after reviewing this guide,
contact Crestron's True Blue Support at 1-888-CRESTRON [1-888-273-7876] or
refer to the listing of Crestron worldwide offices on the Crestron Web site
(www.crestron.com/offices) for assistance within a particular geographic region.
To post a question about Crestron products, log onto the Online Help section of the
Crestron Web site (www.crestron.com/onlinehelp). First-time users must establish a
user account to fully benefit from all available features.
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Crestron DM-RMC-100-C
Future Updates
As Crestron improves functions, adds new features and extends the capabilities of
the DM-RMC-100-C, additional information may be made available as manual
updates. These updates are solely electronic and serve as intermediary supplements
prior to the release of a complete technical documentation revision.
Check the Crestron Web site periodically for manual update availability and its
relevance. Updates are identified as an “Addendum” in the Download column.
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DigitalMedia 8G+ Receiver 100
Return and Warranty Policies
Merchandise Returns / Repair Service
1.
No merchandise may be returned for credit, exchange or service without prior authorization from
Crestron. To obtain warranty service for Crestron products, contact an authorized Crestron dealer.
Only authorized Crestron dealers may contact the factory and request an RMA (Return
Merchandise Authorization) number. Enclose a note specifying the nature of the problem, name
and phone number of contact person, RMA number and return address.
2.
Products may be returned for credit, exchange or service with a CRESTRON Return Merchandise
Authorization (RMA) number. Authorized returns must be shipped freight prepaid to Crestron, 6
Volvo Drive, Rockleigh, N.J. or its authorized subsidiaries, with RMA number clearly marked on
the outside of all cartons. Shipments arriving freight collect or without an RMA number shall be
subject to refusal. Crestron reserves the right in its sole and absolute discretion to charge a 15%
restocking fee plus shipping costs on any products returned with an RMA.
3.
Return freight charges following repair of items under warranty shall be paid by Crestron,
shipping by standard ground carrier. In the event repairs are found to be non-warranty, return
freight costs shall be paid by the purchaser.
Crestron Limited Warranty
Crestron Electronic, Inc. warrants its products to be free from manufacturing defects in materials and
workmanship under normal use for a period of three (3) years from the date of purchase from Crestron,
with the following exceptions: disk drives and any other moving or rotating mechanical parts, pan/tilt heads
and power supplies are covered for a period of one (1) year; touch screen display and overlay components
are covered for 90 days; batteries and incandescent lamps are not covered.
This warranty extends to products purchased directly from Crestron or an authorized Crestron dealer.
Purchasers should inquire of the dealer regarding the nature and extent of the dealer's warranty, if any.
Crestron shall not be liable to honor the terms of this warranty if the product has been used in any
application other than that for which it was intended or if it has been subjected to misuse, accidental
damage, modification or improper installation procedures. Furthermore, this warranty does not cover any
product that has had the serial number altered, defaced or removed.
This warranty shall be the sole and exclusive remedy to the original purchaser. In no event shall Crestron
be liable for incidental or consequential damages of any kind (property or economic damages inclusive)
arising from the sale or use of this equipment. Crestron is not liable for any claim made by a third party or
made by the purchaser for a third party.
Crestron shall, at its option, repair or replace any product found defective, without charge for parts or labor.
Repaired or replaced equipment and parts supplied under this warranty shall be covered only by the
unexpired portion of the warranty.
Except as expressly set forth in this warranty, Crestron makes no other warranties, expressed or implied,
nor authorizes any other party to offer any warranty, including any implied warranties of merchantability or
fitness for a particular purpose. Any implied warranties that may be imposed by law are limited to the terms
of this limited warranty. This warranty statement supersedes all previous warranties.
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