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CP-255I
Multi-Format to HDMI Scaler
Operation Manual
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Please read all instructions before attempting to unpack, install or
operate this equipment and before connecting the power supply.
Please keep the following in mind as you unpack and install this
equipment:
•
Always follow basic safety precautions to reduce the risk of fire,
electrical shock and injury to persons.
•
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain,
moisture or install this product near water.
•
Never spill liquid of any kind on or into this product.
•
Never push an object of any kind into this product through any
openings or empty slots in the unit, as you may damage parts
inside the unit.
•
Do not attach the power supply cabling to building surfaces.
•
Use only the supplied power supply unit (PSU). Do not use the PSU
if it is damaged.
•
Do not allow anything to rest on the power cabling or allow any
weight to be placed upon it or any person walk on it.
•
To protect the unit from overheating, do not block any vents or
openings in the unit housing that provide ventilation and allow for
sufficient space for air to circulate around the unit.
REVISION HISTORY
VERSION NO.
DATE (DD/MM/YY)
SUMMARY OF CHANGE
VS1
25/11/11
First release
VR2
03/07/13
Input 1080i resolution @60/50
VR3
18/10/13
RS-232 Port
CONTENTS
1. Introduction���������������������������������������������� 1
2. Applications��������������������������������������������� 1
3. Package Contents���������������������������������� 1
4. System Requirements������������������������������ 1
5. Features���������������������������������������������������� 2
6. Operation Controls and Functions��������� 3
6.1 Front Panel�������������������������������������������3
6.2 Rear Panel�������������������������������������������4
6.3 Remote Control�����������������������������������5
6.4 OSD Menu��������������������������������������������6
6.5 RS-232 Pin Assignment������������������������7
6.6 RS-232 Setting Commands�����������������8
6.7 RS-232 Status Commands����������������12
6.8 Resolution Supports���������������������������14
8. Specifications���������������������������������������� 16
9. Acronyms����������������������������������������������� 17
1. INTRODUCTION
The Multi-Format to HDMI Scaler is designed to upscale digital/analog
video signals from Composite, S-Video, PC, Component (HD) and
HDMI input sources, to digital HDMI output of a wide range of HDTV
and PC resolutions including 1080p and WUXGA (1920 x 1200).
As well as upscaling video, the scaler box also converts digital/analog
audio signals to digital format, which can then be output either
through HDMI combined with the video signal or separately via the
discrete Coaxial S/PDIF output.
The Scaler has a comprehensive on-screen display (OSD) menu that
allows the user to select a variety of output resolutions and adjust
them for the best picture quality.
2. APPLICATIONS
• Upscale the video from standard definition sources or a PC/Laptop
to a HDMI equipped display.
3. PACKAGE CONTENTS
• Multi-Format to HDMI Scaler
• Remote Control
• 1×D-Sub 15-pin Cable
• 1×Composite Video Cable (3 RCA)
• 5 V/3 A DC Power Supply Adaptor
• Operation Manual
4. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
• INPUT: Composite, Component, S-Video or HDMI, or PC VGA video/
audio source.
• OUTPUT: HDMI equipped TV or monitor, optional Coaxial (S/PDIF)
equipped receiver/amplifier.
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5. FEATURES
• HDMI, HDCP 1.1 and DVI 1.0 compliant
• Scales any PC (VGA~WUXGA) or HD (480i~1080p) resolutions to from
another PC/HD resolutions
• Automatically detects the correct settings of the connected display
and outputs the corresponding resolution and refresh rate, when
the NATIVE output is selected
• Supports 50/60 Hz frame rate conversion
• Supports 3D motion video adaptive, 3D de-interlacing, and 3:2 / 2:2
pull-down detection and recovery
• Provides output picture adjustment on contrast, brightness, hue,
saturation, sharpness, RGB (color tone) level, and aspect ratio size
• Supports high resolution input/output:
PC: VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, UXGA, WXGA, WSXGA, and WUXGA
HDTV: 480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p
• Supports digital and analog audio input and digital output
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6. OPERATION CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
6.1 Front Panel
Digital Video Scaler Processor
POWER
CV
SV
COMP
PC
HDMI
MENU
1
2
3
4
-
+
5
ENTER
6
1 POWER Button and LED: Press the button power the unit on or off.
When the power is turned on, the LED will illuminate.
2 IR Window
3 Input Buttons and LEDs: Press the required button (CV/SV/COMP/
PC/HDMI) to select the desired input source. The LED will illuminate
to indicate the corresponding input is selected.
4 MENU Button: Press the MENU button to bring up OSD operation
menu (see section 6.3 OSD Operation for reference.)
5 Minus (-)/Plus (+) Buttons: A. On the first level of OSD menu, use +
and − buttons to move up/down the menu to highlight the item
for selection. B. Once the desired option is selected, use + and −
buttons to toggle between setting values.
6 ENTER Button: In the OSD menu, use the ENTER button to confirm
the selection.
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6.2 Rear Panel
3
CO-AX OUT
AUX IN
6
RS-232
PC IN
R
L
CO-AX
8
R
CV
L
DC 5V
PC IN
HDMI OUT
HDMI IN
Cr/Pr
1
2
4
Cb/Pb
5
Y
R
L
SV
7
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1 HDMI OUT and COAX OUT: Connect the HDMI OUT port to an HDMI
display such as HDTV or monitor. Connect the COAXIAL OUT port
(TOSLINK) to an amplifier for separate digital audio output.
2 HDMI IN and AUX IN: Connect the HDMI IN port to an HDMI source
device such as a DVD player or set-top box or connect to a DVI
source equipment such as a PC with an HDMI to DVI cable. Use
the AUX IN port to input the audio signal when the video signal
input through the HDMI IN port is an DVI source.
3 RS-232: Connect to a PC/Laptop or RS-232 control system to use
RS-232 commands to control the device.
4 PC IN and Audio IN: Connect the D-sub 15-pin port to a PC for
video signal conversion. Connect the 3.5mm phone jack port to
the PC for audio signal conversion.
5 YCbCr/YPbPr IN and L/R IN: Connect the YCbCr/YPbPr input ports
(3 RCA) to source equipment such as a DVD player or set-top box
for video signal conversion. Connect the L/R audio input ports to
source equipment for audio signal conversion.
6 COAX IN: The COAXIAL port provides the digital audio input
support, and can be assigned to any of the video inputs. Once
connected, it can be assigned in the OSD Menu under Audio
Source Selection by selecting between Coaxial (S/PDIF) or other
audio source (see section '6.4 OSD Menu' for reference).
7 S-Video IN and L/R IN: Connect the S-Video input port to
source equipment such as a DVD player or set-top box for vido
signal conversion. Connect the L/R audio input ports to source
equipment for audio signal conversion.
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8 Composite Video IN and L/R IN: Connect the Composite Video
input port to source equipment such as a DVD player or Set-top
box for video signal conversion. Connect the L/R audio input ports
to source equipment for audio signal conversion.
9 DC 5V: Plug the 5 V DC power supply into the unit and connect the
adaptor to AC wall outlet.
6.3 Remote Control
1 POWER: Press the button once to power on
the unit. Press again to enter standby mode.
2
2 INPUT: Press the button repeatedly to toggle 3
1
through various input sources.
3 HD, PC, HDMI/DVI: Press the appropriate
button to directly select component video,
PC, or HDMI/DVI input.
4
4 VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, UXGA or 480p,
6
720p, 1080i, 1080p: Press appropriate button
to directly select the preferred output
resolution. Other output resolutions that
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are not covered by these buttons can be
selected from the OSD Menu.
5 MENU: Press the button to bring up the OSD
main menu page.
6 EXIT: Press the button to exit from a sub
menu or main menu.
7 Up, Down, Left, Right and OK: Press the Up/Down button to move
the highlight bar to your desired parameter during the OSD
operation. Press the Left/Right button to increase/decrease the
value of a selected parameter.Press the OK (ENTER) button to
confirm your selection.
8 AUTO ADJUST: Press the button to optimize the positioning of the
picture (picture centering) on the screen.
9 RESET: Press the button to reset the unit's firmware setting to the
factory default value.
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5
7
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6.4 OSD Menu
MAIN MENU
SUBMENU
ADJUSTMNET
VIDEO
PICTURE MODE
USER, STANDARD, VIVID, MOVIE
CONTRAST
0~100 (50)
BRIGHTNESS
0~100 (45)
HUE
0~100 (50)
SATURATION
0~100 (60)
SHARPNESS
0~100 (32)
SCALE
OVERSCAN, UNDERSCAN,
LETTERBOX, PANSCAN, FULL
COLOR
OUTPUT
NR
LOW, MIDDLE, HIGH, OFF
EXIT
-
COLOR TONE
USER, NORMAL, WARM, COOL
RED
0~100 (47)
GREEN
0~100 (47)
BLUE
0~100 (47)
EXIT
-
-
NATIVE, VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA,
UXGA, 480I, 480P, 720P@60 HZ,
1080I@30 HZ, 1080P@60 HZ, 576I,
576P, 720P@50 HZ, 1080I@25 HZ,
1080P@50HZ, WXGA, WSXGA,
WUXGA
OSD
HPOSITION
0~100 (50)
VPOSITION
0~100 (50)
TIMER (SEC)
0~100 (10)
TRANSP
0~8 (5)
EXIT
-
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MAIN MENU
SUBMENU
ADJUSTMNET
AUDIO
SOURCE
HDMI, L/R, COAXIAL
DELAY
OFF, 40ms, 110ms, 150ms
SOUND
ON, MUTE
EXIT
-
-
SOURCE (Input interface)
INFORMATION
INPUT (Input resolution)
OUTPUT (Output resolution)
VERSION (Firmware version)
EXIT
-
-
Note: Items in brackets are the default values for those settings.
6.5 RS-232 Pin Assignment
HDMI SCALER
PIN
ASSIGNMENT
PIN
ASSIGNMENT
1
NC
1
NC
2
TXD

2
RXD
3
RXD

3
TXD
4
NC
4
NC
5
GND
5
GND
6
NC
6
NC
7
NC
7
NC
8
NC
8
NC
9
NC
9
NC
Baud Rate: 19200 bps
Data Bit: 8-bits
Parity: None
Stop Bit: 1-bit
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REMOTE CONTROL
6.6 RS-232 Setting Commands
COMMAND
RESPONSE
DESCRIPTION
S POWER 0
POWER OFF
Power OFF the unit
S POWER 1
POWER ON
Power ON the unit
S SOURCE 0
SOURCE CV
Set the source to the
Composite Video input
S SOURCE 1
SOURCE SV
Set the source to the
S-Video input
S SOURCE 2
SOURCE COMP
Set the source
Component Video input
S SOURCE 3
SOURCE PC
Set the source to the PC
input
S SOURCE 4
SOURCE HDMI
Set the source to the
HDMI input
S OUTPUT 0
OUTPUT NATIVE
Set the output resolution
to the display's Native
resolution
S OUTPUT 1
OUTPUT VGA
Set the output resolution
to VGA
S OUTPUT 2
OUTPUT SVGA
Set the output resolution
to SVGA
S OUTPUT 3
OUTPUT XGA
Set the output resolution
to XGA
S OUTPUT 4
OUTPUT SXGA
Set the output resolution
to SXGA
S OUTPUT 5
OUTPUT UXGA
Set the output resolution
to UXGA
S OUTPUT 6
OUTPUT 480I
Set the output resolution
to 480i
S OUTPUT 7
OUTPUT 480P
Set the output resolution
to 480p
S OUTPUT 8
OUTPUT 720P
Set the output resolution
to 720p@60 Hz
S OUTPUT 9
OUTPUT 1080I
Set the output resolution
to 1080i@60 Hz
S OUTPUT 10
OUTPUT 1080P
Set the output resolution
to 1080p@60 Hz
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COMMAND
RESPONSE
DESCRIPTION
S OUTPUT 11
OUTPUT 576I
Set the output resolution
to 576i@60 Hz
S OUTPUT 12
OUTPUT 576P
Set the output resolution
to 576p@60 Hz
S OUTPUT 13
OUTPUT 720P
Set the output resolution
to 720p@50 Hz
S OUTPUT 14
OUTPUT 1080I50
Set the output resolution
to 1080i@50 Hz
S OUTPUT 15
OUTPUT 1080P50
Set the output resolution
to 1080p@50 Hz
S OUTPUT 16
OUTPUT WXGA
Set the output resolution
to WXGA resolution
S OUTPUT 17
OUTPUT WSXGA
Set the output resolution
to WSXGA
S OUTPUT 18
OUTPUT WUXGA
Set the output resolution
to WUXGA
S SIZE 0
SIZE FULL
Set the output size to
FULL
S SIZE 1
SIZE OVERSCAN
Set the output size to
OVERSCAN
S SIZE 2
SIZE UNDERSCAN
Set the output size to
UNDERSCAN
S SIZE 3
SIZE LETTERBOX
Set the output size to
LETTERBOX
S SIZE 4
SIZE PANSCAN
Set the output size to
PANSCAN
S PICTUREMODE 0
PICTUREMODE
STANDARD
Set the picture mode to
STANDARD
S PICTUREMODE 1
PICTUREMODE MOVIE
Set the picture mode to
MOVIE
S PICTUREMODE 2
PICTUREMODE VIVID
Set the picture mode to
VIVID
S PICTUREMODE 3
PICTUREMODE USER
Set the picture mode to
USER
S CONTRAST 0~100
CONTRAST 0~100 (50)
Adjust the CONTRAST
value
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COMMAND
RESPONSE
DESCRIPTION
S BRIGHTNESS 0~100
BRIGHTNESS 0~100 (45)
Adjust the BRIGHTNESS
value
S HUE 0~100
HUE 0~100 (50)
Adjust the HUE value
S SATURATION 0~100
SATURATION 0~100 (60)
Adjust the SATURATION
value
S SHARPNESS 0~100
SHARPNESS 0~100 (32)
Adjust the SHARPNESS
value
S NR 0
NR OFF~HIGH
Set the noise reduction
to OFF
S NR 1
NR LOW
Set the noise reduction
to LOW
S NR 2
NR MIDDLE
Set the noise reduction
to MIDDLE
S NR 3
NR HIGH
Set the noise reduction
to HIGH
S PCHPOSITION 0~100
PCHPOSITION 0~100
Adjust the value for the
PC horizontal position
setting
S PCVPOSITION 0~100
PCVPOSITION 0~100
Adjust the value for
the PC vertical position
setting
S PCCLOCK 0~100
PCCLOCK 0~100
Adjust the value for the
PC mode clock setting
S PCPHASE 0~63
PCPHASE 0~63
Adjust the value for the
PC mode phase setting
S COLORTEMP 0
COLORTEMP NORMAL
Set the color
temperature to
NORMAL
S COLORTEMP 1
COLORTEMP WARM
Set the color
temperature to WARM
S COLORTEMP 2
COLORTEMP COOL
Set the color
temperature to COOL
S COLORTEMP 3
COLORTEMP USER
Set the color
temperature to USER
S RED 0~100
RED 0~100 (47)
Adjust the value for the
RED color setting
S GREEN 0~100
GREEN 0~100 (47)
Adjust the value for the
GREEN color setting
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COMMAND
RESPONSE
DESCRIPTION
S BLUE 0~100
BLUE 0~100 (47)
Adjust the value for the
BLUE color setting
S OSDHPOSITION 0~100
OSDHPOSITION 0~100
(50)
Set the value to adjust
the horizontal position of
the OSD menu
S OSDVPOSITION 0~100
OSDVPOSITION 0~100
(50)
Set the value to adjust
the vertical position of
the OSD menu
S OSDTIMEOUT 0~100
OSDTIMEOUT 0~100 (10)
Set the value for the
OSD menu timeout
S OSDBACKGROUND
0~8
OSDBACKGROUND 0~8
(5)
Set the value for the
OSD menu background
S AUDIOMUTE 0
AUDIOMUTE OFF
Set the audio mute to
OFF
S AUDIOMUTE 1
AUDIOMUTE ON
Set the audio mute to
ON
S AUDIODELAY 0
AUDIODELAY OFF
Set the AUDIO DELAY to
OFF
S AUDIODELAY 1
AUDIODELAY 40MS
Set the AUDIO DELAY to
40ms
S AUDIODELAY 2
AUDIODELAY 110MS
Set the AUDIO DELAY to
110ms
S AUDIODELAY 3
AUDIODELAY 150MS
Set the AUDIO DELAY to
150ms
S RESET 1
RESET ON
System Reset
Note: Items in brackets are the default values for those settings.
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6.7 RS-232 Status Commands
COMMAND
RESPONSE
DESCRIPTION
R POWER
POWER ON/OFF
Reports the current POWER status
R SOURCE
SOURCE CV~HDMI
Report the current SOURCE
R OUTPUT
OUTPUT
NATIVE~WUXGA
Reports the current OUTPUT
resolution
R SIZE
SIZE FULL~PANSCAN
Reports the current SIZE mode
R PICTUREMODE
PICTUREMODE
STANDARD~USER
Reports the picture mode
R CONTRAST
CONTRAST 0~100
Reports the value (1~100) of the
CONTRAST setting
R BRIGHTNESS
BRIGHTNESS 0~100
Reports the value (1~100) of the
BRIGHTNESS setting
R HUE
HUE 0~100
Reports the value (1~100) of the
HUE setting
R SATURATION
SATURATION 0~100
Reports the value (1~100) of the
SATURATION setting
R SHARPNESS
SHARPNESS 0~100
Reports the value (1~100) of the
SHARPNESS setting
R NR
NR OFF~HIGH
Reports the status of the NOISE
REDUCTION setting
R PCHPOSITION
PCHPOSITION 0~100 Reports the value (1~100) of the
PC horizantal position setting
R PCVPOSITION
PCVPOSITION 0~100 Reports the value (1~100) of the
PC vertical position setting
R PCCLOCK
PCCLOCK 0~100
Reports the value (1~100) of the
PC CLOCK setting
R PCPHASE
PCPHASE 0~63
Reports the value (1~63) of the
PC PHASE setting
R COLORTEMP
COLORTEMP
NORMAL~USER
Reports the current color
temperature setting
R RED
RED 0~100
Reports the value (1~100) of the
RED color setting
R GREEN
GREEN 0~100
Reports the value (1~100) of the
GREEN color setting
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COMMAND
RESPONSE
DESCRIPTION
R BLUE
BLUE 0~100
Reports the value (1~100) of the
RED color setting
R OSDHPOSITION
OSDHPOSITION
0~100
Reports the value (1~100) of the
OSD MENU horizontal position
setting
R OSDVPOSITION
OSDVPOSITION
0~100
Reports the value (1~100) of the
OSD MENU horizontal position
setting
R OSDTIMEOUT
OSDTIMEOUT 0~100
Reports the value (1~100) of the
OSD MENU TIMEOUT setting
R
OSDBACKGROUND
OSDBACKGROUND
0~8
Reports the value (1~8) of the
OSD MENU BACKGROUND
setting
R AUDIOMUTE
AUDIOMUTE
OFF~ON
Reports the current AUDIOMUTE
status
R AUDIODELAY
AUDIODELAY
OFF~150ms
Reports the current AUDIO DELAY
status
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6.8 Resolution Supports
HDMI/DVI
480i/576i

-
*
480i/576i
*
480p/576p



480p/576p

720p@50/60 Hz



720p@50/60 Hz

1080i@50/60 Hz

-

1080i@25/30 Hz

1080p@50/60 Hz



1080p@50/60 Hz

VGA@60/72/75/85 Hz
-


VGA@60/72/75/85 Hz

SVGA@56/60/72/75/85 Hz
-


SVGA@56/60/72/75/85 Hz

XGA@60/70/75/85 Hz
-


XGA@60/70/75/85 Hz

SXGA@60/72/75/85 Hz
-


SXGA@60/72/75//85 Hz

UXGA@60 Hz
-


UXGA@60 Hz

-


-


-


RESOLUTION
WXGA@60 Hz
(1280×800)
WSXGA@60 Hz
(1650×1050)
WXGA@60 Hz
(1920×1200)
*480i@30×2/576i@30×2
RESOLUTION
WXGA@60 Hz
(1280×800)
WSXGA@60 Hz
(1650×1050)
WXGA@60 Hz
(1920×1200)
HDMI/DVI
VGA
OUTPUT
Component Video
INPUT



*480i@30×2/576i@30×2
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7. CONNECTION DIAGRAM
Composite Video,
Coaxial Digital
Audio and Analog
Stereo Audio Input
RS-232 Control from
PC/Laptop or RS-232
Control System
RS-232
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DVD player
S-Video and
Analog Stereo
Audio Input
Blu-ray player
HDMI Output
HDMI Input (with
Optional Analog
Stereo Audio Input)
Set-top Box
VGA and
Analog Stereo
Audio Input
HDTV
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Laptop
8. SPECIFICATIONS
Video Bandwidth
1.65 Gbps (Single-link)
Input Ports
1×HDMI, 1×VGA (D-sub 15-pin),
1×Component Video(3 RCA),
1×Composite Video, 1×S-Video, 1×Coaxial
(TSOLINK), 2×3.5mm Phone Jack, 3×L/R (2
RCA), 1×RS-232 (Control)
Output Ports
1×HDMI, 1×Coaxial (TSOLINK)
Power Supply
5 V/3 A DC (US/EU Standards, CE/FCC/UL
Certified)
Dimensions
215 mm (W)×154 mm (D)×47 mm (H)
Weight
1,000 g
Chassis Material
Plastic
Color
Black
Operating Temperature
0 ˚C ~ 40 ˚C / 32 ˚F ~ 104 ˚F
Storage Temperature
−20 ˚C ~ 60 ˚C / −4 ˚F ~ 140 ˚F
Relative Humidity
20 ~ 90% RH (non-condensing)
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9. ACRONYMS
ACRONYM
COMPLETE TERM
COMP
Component Video
CV
Composite Video
DVI
Digital Visual Interface
HDMI
High-Definition Multimedia Interface
IR
Infrared
NR
Noise Reduction
NTSC
National Television System Committee
OSD
On-screen Display (Menu)
PAL
Phase Alternating Line
SV
S-Video
TOSLINK
Toshiba Link
UXGA
Ultra Extended Graphics Array
VGA
Video Graphics Array
XGA
Video Graphics Array
WUXGA
Wide Ultra Extended Graphics Array
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