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AudioControl MP-200 Specifications
Crestron MPS-200
Multimedia Presentation System 200
Operations Guide
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Do not use this apparatus near water.
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Clean only with dry cloth.
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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.
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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.
WARNING:
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
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WARNING:
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manufacturer.
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Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused
for long periods of time.
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such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been
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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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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.
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operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
WARNING:
THIS IS AN APPARATUS WITH CLASS I
CONSTRUCTION. IT SHALL BE CONNECTED TO AN
ELECTRICAL OUTLET WITH AN EARTHING GROUND
TERMINAL.
IMPORTANT:
The MPS-200 can be used with Class 2 output wiring.
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Crestron MPS-200
Multimedia Presentation System 200
Contents
Multimedia Presentation System 200: MPS-200
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Introduction ............................................................................................................................... 1
Features and Functions ................................................................................................ 1
Applications................................................................................................................. 4
Internal Block Diagram ............................................................................................... 5
Specifications .............................................................................................................. 6
Physical Description.................................................................................................. 10
Industry Compliance ................................................................................................. 20
Setup ........................................................................................................................................ 21
Network Wiring......................................................................................................... 21
Ethernet ..................................................................................................................... 21
CAT5 Wiring............................................................................................................. 21
QuickMedia Wiring................................................................................................... 22
Installation ................................................................................................................. 23
Hardware Hookup ..................................................................................................... 24
Configure the RGB Input Ports ................................................................................. 27
Programming Software ............................................................................................................ 30
Earliest Version Software Requirements for the PC ................................................. 30
Programming with Crestron SystemBuilder.............................................................. 30
Programming with SIMPL Windows ........................................................................ 31
Switching Programs................................................................................................... 32
Saving Settings .......................................................................................................... 32
Example Program ...................................................................................................... 32
Uploading and Upgrading........................................................................................................ 33
Establishing Communication..................................................................................... 33
Programs and Firmware ............................................................................................ 34
Configuration & Operation...................................................................................................... 35
Configuration............................................................................................................. 35
Operation ................................................................................................................... 74
Problem Solving ...................................................................................................................... 82
Troubleshooting......................................................................................................... 82
Check Network Wiring.............................................................................................. 84
Reference Documents................................................................................................ 85
Further Inquiries ........................................................................................................ 86
Future Updates .......................................................................................................... 86
Software License Agreement................................................................................................... 87
Return and Warranty Policies .................................................................................................. 89
Merchandise Returns / Repair Service ...................................................................... 89
CRESTRON Limited Warranty................................................................................. 89
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Multimedia Presentation System 200
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200: MPS-200
Introduction
Features and Functions
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System switcher, audio processor, and control system
Out-of-the-box switching and audio control
Four video/HDTV and four RGB/computer inputs
Built-in input signal sensing | auto-switching capable
Separate display and touchpanel preview outputs
QuickMedia™ and Crestron Home® CAT5 AV connectivity
Eight balanced stereo audio inputs | Two gated mic inputs
Discrete program, speech, and record outputs
12-band parametric/graphic equalization and delay
Built-in 40 watt amplifier — stereo, 70V, or 100V models available
2-Series control engine | e-Control®2 Web server
10/100 Ethernet | RoomView® and SNMP support
Two RS-232, four IR, four digital in, & four relay control ports
Front panel setup and control | Backlit LCD display
Keypad, touchpanel, and wireless control options
Internal power supply | two-space rack-mountable
The MPS-200 is a complete presentation control and signal routing solution for
boardrooms and classrooms. Integrating the control system, multimedia switcher,
audio processor, and amplifier into a single two-space rack mount package, the
MPS-200 eliminates the need for separate components without forfeiting
performance or flexibility.
System Switcher
The MPS-200 provides switching of four video and four RGB computer sources to a
single projector or plasma display. Composite, S-video, component and RGBHV
signals can be routed to the appropriate inputs on the display device, with control of
the display provided via Ethernet, RS-232 or IR. Input signal sensing on every video
and RGB input enables auto-switching functionality and provides device power
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status information to the control system. Selectable sync impedance on the RGB
inputs helps accommodate cable runs of varying lengths.
Touchpanel Output
A second discrete output is provided on the MPS-200 to feed a preview signal to the
system touchpanel or other monitor. This output is controlled separately from the
main display output, allowing a different source to be viewed. The touchpanel output
provides a choice of QuickMedia™ (QM) or Crestron Home (CH) CAT5 balanced
video connections, simplifying wiring to a wide range of Crestron® touchpanels. The
QM output supports high-resolution RGB and HDTV plus audio, while the CH
output is limited to standard video and HDTV only (dependent upon the capabilities
of the touchpanel). RGBHV inputs are only displayed on the QM output.
QuickMedia
The QM touchpanel output can also be used to feed signals straight to the primary
display device, providing a very streamlined, low-cost, long-distance wiring solution.
Crestron's QuickMedia transport transmits high-resolution RGB, HD video, stereo
program and microphone audio signals up to 450 feet over a single inexpensive
CAT5e type cable. Just one CresCAT-QM cable and a QM receiver are all that is
required for complete signal routing and device control, eliminating all the bulky,
expensive cabling that would otherwise be needed.
Audio Features
Eight stereo audio inputs accept balanced or unbalanced line-level signals from
computers and other program audio sources. To accommodate a wide range of
signals, adjustable input compensation is used to maintain consistent volume levels
when switching between sources. In addition to the eight program inputs, two gated
microphone/line inputs are included with software-switchable 48V phantom power
and independent four-band speech-optimized equalization. Matrix mixing allows the
selected program signal and the microphone signals to be separated or mixed in any
combination to feed three “local” outputs, each with its own unique mix.
Three discrete balanced line level outputs are provided, each with independent
adjustments for volume, bass, treble, and mute. The stereo program (PROG OUT)
and mono speech (SPEECH) outputs are normally intended for driving external
amplification, with relay muting on each output to prevent "thumping" on power up.
The record (REC OUT) output allows for a completely separate stereo mix to feed a
codec, recording device, or assistive listening system. Ten-band graphic equalization
plus 2-band parametric equalization on each output eliminates the need for expensive
outboard audio processors, and up to 40 ms delay adjustment is available on the
SPEECH output for proper loudspeaker alignment.
The QM touchpanel output is controlled separately from the other audio outputs,
allowing a different program source and microphone mix to be monitored on the
touchpanel, or output to other audio equipment by way of an appropriate QM
receiver or other QuickMedia device.
Built-in Amplifier
A 40-watt amplifier (20 watts x2) is built into the MPS-200, with three models
available offering the choice of 8-ohm stereo (MPS-200), 70V mono
(MPS-200-70V), or 100V mono (MPS-200-100V) outputs. The term “MPS-200” is
used throughout this guide to denote all models. For larger rooms requiring more
power, the MPS-200 supports plug-and-play compatibility with Crestron's
QM-Series 3-channel amplifiers, providing a complete solution for driving a
professional loudspeaker system with discrete program and speech channels.
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Front Panel Control
Out of the box, the MPS-200 front panel supports easy pushbutton routing of input
sources to each of the outputs, and audio volume adjustment using the volume
control knob. Dedicated buttons and indicators are also provided for separate control
of system power and projector power. In addition, five preset buttons are included
for custom functions such as lowering a projection screen, closing blinds, or
selecting a lighting preset.
The front panel label strips can be customized using Crestron Engraver software or
standard 3/8" tape labels, allowing for the clear designation of each input, output,
and preset button. When selected, these functions will also appear on the LCD
display as generic names (Input 1, 2, etc.), or as custom names (DVD, Podium PC,
Screen Up, etc.) which are easily entered using MediaManager Wizard software.
Setup can be accomplished using the LCD front panel; a computer is not needed.
Together with four softkey buttons, four menu navigation buttons and the volume
knob, the LCD enables configuration of IP network, audio, and other system settings.
For security, the front panel controls can be password protected or locked out.
2-Series Control System
Integrated into the MPS-200 is a Crestron 2-Series Ethernet control system with
e-Control®2 Web server and a host of RS-232, IR, digital input and relay control
ports for integration with third-party equipment. A basic AV presentation room with
projector, screen, keypad or small touchpanel, and wireless remote control can be set
up with MediaManager Wizard software. Or, a custom system can be programmed
using SystemBuilder™ or SIMPL™ Windows® software. Either way, the MPS-200
works with Crestron's RoomView help desk software, the industry's most
comprehensive facility-wide asset management solution.
Room Control Options
Without requiring any programming, the MPS-200 can be controlled using
Crestron's APAD LCD Controller or a selection of keypads such as the C2N-DB12,
CNX-B12, and C2N-FTB. With custom programming, Crestron's complete line of
Isys® touchpanels and MediaManager FlipTops are supported. Equipped with an
optional CNXRMIRD IR receiver, the MPS-200 allows any Crestron IR wireless
touchpanel or third-party universal remote to be used for a low-cost wireless control
solution. Or, adding an RF wireless gateway, infiNET™, or WiFi wireless LAN
connection enables use of a wide range of one-way and two-way RF wireless
handheld remotes and touchpanels.
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Applications
The following diagram shows an MPS-200 in a lecture hall application.
MPS-200 in a Lecture Hall Application
For more information on this and other QM applications, refer to the latest revision
of the Crestron MediaManager Applications Guide (Doc. 6244), which is available
from the Crestron website (http://www.crestron.com/manuals).
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Internal Block Diagram
The following diagrams represent the video and audio switching abilities of the
MPS-200. For more information refer to “Configuration ” on page 35.
Video Block Diagram of the MPS-200
VIDEO OUTPUTS
Composite
Vid/S-Vid/Component
1
S-Video
Vid/S-Vid/Component
2
Component
Select
1 of 4
Vid/S-Vid/Component
3
OUT 1
Select
1 of 4
RGBHV
Vid/S-Vid/Component
4
RGBHV
5
8x2
Matrix
Switch
RGBHV
6
RGBHV
7
RGBHV*/Vid
/S-Vid/
Component
RGBHV
8
Analog
Video to
QM
Analog
Video to
CH
QM OUT
OUT 2
TOUCH
PANEL
PORT
CH
BALANCED
VIDEO OUT
RJ-45
* RGBHV on QM OUT only.
The signal type routed to OUT 1 is the same as the input signal type. For example,
an S-video input signal will appear on the S-video output terminals when the signal
is routed to OUT 1. The MPS-200 does not convert input signal formats.
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Audio Block Diagram of the MPS-200
INPUTS
1
2
3
OUTPUTS
Stereo Audio
Stereo Audio
Replicate This Section for Record Out
Stereo Audio
L
4
6
7
Stereo Audio
Stereo
8x2
Matrix
Switch
A/D
Vol/EQ
Program L
D/A
Mute
D/A
Mute
D/A
Mute
3
Channel
Mixer
5
Stereo Audio
Stereo Audio
R
Program R
Stereo Audio
Vol/EQ
Stereo Audio
Speech
3
Channel
Mixer
8
Delay
A/D
QM
ENCODER
2
Local Mic
With Phantom Power
Local Mic
With Phantom Power
A/D
Gating
A/D
Gating
Record Out
L
R
Vol/EQ
2
Channel
Mixer
1
Replicate of
Program Output
Section with Line
Level Out
QM
Specifications
Specifications for the MPS-200 are listed in the following table.
MPS-200 Specifications
SPECIFICATION
DETAILS
Processor
CPU
32-bit Freescale ColdFire® Microprocessor
Memory
SDRAM
32 MB
NVRAM
256 KB
Flash
16 MB
Operating System
Real-time, preemptive, multitasking kernel,
multi-threaded, FAT32 file system with long
names; supports SIMPL Windows and
SIMPL+®
Ethernet
10/100BaseT, static IP or DHCP/DNS, SSL,
auto-negotiating, full duplex TCP/IP,
UDP/IP, CIP, SMTP, SNMP, built-in Web
server and e-mail client; supports Crestron
e-Control®2 XPanel and RoomView®
applications
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MPS-200 Specifications (Continued)
SPECIFICATION
DETAILS
Video/RGB
Switcher
8x2(x5) crosspoint matrix, 1x4 video/RGB
output selector
Signal Types
RGB and composite, S-video, or
component video (does not transcode)
Video/HDTV Formats
NTSC or PAL, HDTV up to 1080i/1080p
RGB Formats
RGBHV or RGBS
Maximum Resolution
QXGA 2048 X 1536 @ 60Hz
(WUXGA 1920 X 1200 @ 60Hz via QM)
Blanking Time
< 0.1 second
Sync Rise/Fall Time
3.5 ns maximum
Sync Latency
< 30 ns
Gain
0dB (75 ohms terminated)
Audio
Switcher/Preamp
8x2 stereo crosspoint matrix, 2-channel
gated mic preamp w/EQ, 4x5 mic/program
matrix mixer, stereo volume/tone control
and EQ per each of PROGRAM and
RECORD outputs, mono volume/tone
control and EQ/delay on SPEECH output,
integrated power amplifier
A-D/D-A Conversion
24-bit, 48 kHz
Output Volume Range
-80dB to +20dB, 0.1dB steps
Mixer Volume Range
-80dB to 0dB, 0.1dB steps
Mute
-100dB (electronic), -120dB (relay)
Input Compensation
±10dB, 0.1dB steps
Mic Input Gain
0 to 100% (40dB range) plus mute
Gate Level (Threshold)
0 to 100%
Attack
0 to 100 ms
Decay (Release)
0 to 5000 ms
Microphone EQ Filter Gain
±12dB, 0.1dB steps
Mic EQ Filter Center
Frequencies
160, 500, 1.2k, 3k Hz
Bass Gain Range
±12dB @ 100Hz, 0.5dB steps
Treble Gain Range
±12dB @ 10kHz, 0.5dB steps
Output Equalization
10-band graphic + 2-band parametric
PEQ Filter Gain
±12dB, 0.1 dB steps
PEQ Filter Bandwidth
0.1 to 3.0 octaves, 0.1 octave steps
PEQ Filter Center Frequency
25Hz to 20kHz, 0.5Hz steps
PEQ Filter Types
Low Pass, High Pass, Peaking Eq, Notch,
Treble Shelf, Bass Shelf
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MPS-200 Specifications (Continued)
SPECIFICATION
DETAILS
Audio (continued)
GEQ Filter Gain
±12dB, 0.1dB steps
GEQ Filter Center
Frequencies
31.5, 63, 125, 250, 500, 1k, 2k, 4k, 8k,
16k Hz
Speech Output Delay
0 to 40 ms, 1 ms steps
Frequency Response
PROG/REC OUT
20Hz to 20kHz ±0.5dB
SPEECH OUT
50Hz to 20kHz ±0.5dB
SPEAKER (8 ohms)
20Hz to 20kHz ±0.5dB
SPEAKER (70V or 100V)
100Hz to 20kHz ±1.5dB
S/N Ratio
PROG/REC OUT
90dB
(@ 10dBV, 20Hz to 20kHz A-weighted)
SPEECH OUT
90dB
(@ 10dBV, 50Hz to 20kHz A-weighted)
SPEAKER (8 ohms)
90dB
(full output, 20Hz to 20kHz A-weighted)
SPEAKER (70V or 100V)
90dB
(full output, 20Hz to 20kHz A-weighted)
THD+N
PROG/REC OUT
0.05% (@ 10dBV, 20Hz to 20kHz)
SPEECH OUT
0.05% (@ 10dBV, 50Hz to 20kHz)
SPEAKER (8 ohms)
0.7% (full output, 20Hz to 20kHz)
SPEAKER (70V or 100V)
0.7%
(full output, 100Hz to 20kHz A-weighted)
Stereo Separation
PROG/REC OUT
-75dB (@ 10dBV, 20Hz to 20kHz)
SPEAKER (8 ohms)
-60dB (full output, 20Hz to 20kHz
Channel Crosstalk
LCD Display
-70dB (AUD IN @ 10dBV, 20Hz to 20kHz)
Green LCD alphanumeric, adjustable
backlight. Two lines x 20 characters per
line. Displays input/outputs by name,
volume level bargraph, setup menus,
time/date, and other system information
Power Requirements
Main Power
2.5 Amps @ 100-240 Volts AC, 50/60 Hz
Available Cresnet Power
30 Watts
Environmental
Temperature
41° to 104°F (5° to 40°C)
Humidity
10% to 90% RH (non-condensing)
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SPECIFICATION
DETAILS
Enclosure
Chassis
Steel, black matte powder coat finish,
convection-cooled, vented top and sides
Faceplate
Extruded aluminum, black matte powder
coat finish with polycarbonate label overlay
Mounting
Freestanding or 2U 19-inch rack-mountable
(adhesive feet and rack ears included)
Dimensions
Height
3.47 in (8.81 cm)
Width
17.03 in (43.24 cm);
19.00 in (48.26 cm) with ears
Depth
12.54 in (31.86 cm)
Weight:
MPS-200
9.5 lbs (4.3 kg)
MPS-200-70V
11.3 lbs (5.1 kg)
MPS-200-100V
11.3 lbs (5.1 kg)
Available Models:
MPS-200
Multimedia Presentation System 200
w/Stereo Amplifier
MPS-200-70V
Multimedia Presentation System 200 with
70 Volt Amplifier
MPS-200-100V
Multimedia Presentation System 200 with
100 Volt Amplifier
Available Accessories:
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APAD
Wall Mount LCD Controller
C2N-DB12
12-Button Decorator Keypad
C2N-FTB
FlipTop Control Center
C2N-MNETGW
InfiNET Gateway
CLS-C6(M)
iLux Integrated Lighting System
CLW-DIM1RF and
CLW-SW1RF
InfiNET Dimmer and Switch
CNSP-XX
Custom Serial Interface Cable
CNX-B12
12-Button Designer Keypad
CNXRMIRD
IR Receiver
IRP2
IR Probe
QM-AMP3X80MM
3-Channel Multimedia Amplifier
QM-AMP3X80SR
3-Channel Sound Reinforcement Amplifier
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Physical Description
This section provides information on the connections, controls and indicators
available on your MPS-200.
MPS-200 Physical View (Front)
MPS-200 Physical View (Rear)
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MPS-200 Overall Dimensions
12.54 in
(31.86 cm)
11.47 in
(29.13 cm)
17.03 in
(43.24 cm)
3.47 in
(8.81 cm)
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4
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11 13 14 15 17 19 21 22 18
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26 27 29
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CONNECTORS1,
CONTROLS &
INDICATORS
DESCRIPTION
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NET LED
Indicates communication with Cresnet devices.
2
MSG LED
Illuminates when a message is present in the
message log. To view the contents of the
message log, use the front panel buttons or
Crestron Toolbox.
3&4
RESET BUTTONS
5
COMPUTER
Pin 4
Pin 3
Pin 1
6
Pin 2
MC/LN 1 – 2
HW-R – Initiates system hardware reset.
SW-R – Pressing this in combination with
HW-R button performs a system restart without
loading the program. Pressing it alone
momentarily while the system is running
restarts the program.
(1) USB Type B female USB 1.1 computer
console port (cable included)
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
+5 VDC
2
Data -
3
Data +
4
Ground
(2) 5-pin 3.5mm detachable terminal blocks;
Comprises (2) Balanced microphone/line
inputs;
Balanced Mic Input Level: -52 to -12 dBV,
240 mVrms maximum;
Balanced Line Input Level: -28 to +11 dBV;
3.7 Vrms maximum;
Unbalanced Line Input Level: -34 to +5 dBV;
1.85 Vrms maximum;
Mic Input Impedance: 3.9k ohms, accepts 60
to 600 ohm source;
Line Input Impedance: 19k ohms (balanced),
9.5k ohms (unbalanced);
Phantom Power: 10 mA (total) @ 48 Volts DC,
software enabled to both mic inputs
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AUDIO INPUTS 1-8
(8) 5-pin 3.5mm detachable terminal blocks;
Balanced/unbalanced stereo line-level inputs;
Input Impedance: 24k ohms
balanced/unbalanced;
Balanced Input Level: -20 to +12 dBV;
4 Vrms maximum;
Unbalanced Input Level: -20 to +6 dBV;
2 Vrms maximum
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CONNECTORS1,
CONTROLS &
INDICATORS
DESCRIPTION
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VIDEO INPUTS 1 - 4
(4) sets of (3) BNC female video inputs, each
set configurable as:
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(1) Component/HDTV (YPbPr) video
input, or
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(1) S-video (Y/C) input, or
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(1) Composite input
Input Level: 1 Vp-p nominal;
Input Impedance: 75 ohms nominal;
DC Offset: Insensitive to DC offset (AC
coupled);
Video signal sensing on COMP/Pb and Y/Y
9
SYSTEM POWER
(1) pushbutton and green LED, controls
system power
10
PROJECTOR POWER
(1) pushbutton and green LED, controls
display device power
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PROGRAM OUT (L/R)
(1) 5-pin 3.5 mm detachable terminal block;
Balanced/unbalanced stereo line-level output;
Output Impedance: 200 ohms balanced,
100 ohms unbalanced;
Maximum Output Level: 4 Vrms balanced,
2 Vrms unbalanced
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LCD DISPLAY AND
SOFT BUTTONS
Green LCD alphanumeric, adjustable
backlight; 2 lines x 20 characters per line;
Displays input/outputs by name, volume level
bargraph, setup menus, time/date, and other
system information
(4) pushbuttons for activation of LCD driven
functions and passcode entry
13
REC OUT
(1) 5-pin 3.5mm detachable terminal block;
Balanced/unbalanced, stereo line-level output;
Output Impedance: 200 ohms balanced,
100 ohms unbalanced;
Maximum Output Level: 4 Vrms balanced,
2 Vrms unbalanced
Note: Does not include relay mute
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SPEECH OUT
(1) 3-pin 3.5mm detachable terminal block;
Balanced/unbalanced mono line-level output;
Output Impedance: 200 ohms balanced,
100 ohms unbalanced;
Maximum Output Level: 4 Vrms balanced,
2 Vrms unbalanced
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CONNECTORS1,
CONTROLS &
INDICATORS
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SPEAKER OUTPUTS
DESCRIPTION
(1 or 2) 2-pin 7.62mm detachable terminal
blocks; Speaker-level audio outputs
(MPS-200);
(1) 2-pin 7.62mm detachable terminal blocks;
Speaker-level audio outputs (MPS-200-70V
and MPS-200-100V)
Wire Size: Connector accepts 12 AWG
maximum
Output Power (MPS-200): 20W RMS per
channel stereo into 8 ohms, 4 ohms tolerant;
Output Power (MPS-200-70V): 40W RMS
mono at 70 Volts;
Output Power (MPS-200-100V): 40W RMS
mono at 100 Volts
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NAVIGATION
BUTTONS
(4) Pushbuttons for navigating the
configuration menus of the MPS-200
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IR/SERIAL OUT
(4) 2-pin 3.5mm detachable terminal blocks,
IR/Serial output ports; IR output up to 1.2 MHz;
One-way serial TTL/RS-232 (0-5 Volts)2 up to
9600 baud
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OUTPUT 1
Contains composite, S-video (Y/C),
component (Y, Pb, Pr) and RGBHV outputs on
six BNC connectors and one DB15HD
connector.
Composite Output:
(1) BNC female composite video output
Output Level: 1.0 to 1.1 Vp-p (terminated, with
1 Vp-p input)
Output Impedance: 75 ohms nominal
Y/C (S-video):
(2) BNC female; S-video (Y/C) video output
Output Level: 1.0 to 1.1 Vp-p (terminated, with
1 Vp-p input);
Output Impedance: 75 ohms nominal
Y/Pb/Pr (component) Output:
(3) BNC female; Component/HDTV (YPbPr)
video output
Output Level: 1.0 to 1.1 Vp-p (terminated, with
1 Vp-p input);
Output Impedance: 75 ohms nominal
RGBHV Output:
(1) DB15HD female, RGBHV (VGA) output;
Format: RGBHV or RGBS;
RGB Output Level: 0.7 to 0.75 Vp-p
(terminated, with 0.7 Vp-p input, unity gain);
RGB Output Impedance: 75 ohms nominal;
Sync Output Level: 4 to 5 Vp-p;
Sync Output Impedance: 55 ohms;
Sync Polarity: Follows input
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IR IN
(1) 3-pin 3.5 mm detachable terminal block;
For connection of the CNXRMIRD IR Receiver
(sold separately);
Allows IR wireless control from Crestron or
third-party remotes using RC-5 IR commands.
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VOLUME CONTROL
(1) Continuous turn rotary encoder, adjusts
menu parameters, defaults to program audio
volume
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INPUT
(1) 5-pin 3.5mm detachable terminal block;
Comprises (4) digital/contact closure inputs;
Rated for 0-24 Volts DC, referenced to GND;
Input Impedance: 2.2k ohms pulled up to 5
Volts DC;
Logic Threshold: 2.5 Volts DC nominal with
1 Volt hysteresis band
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RELAY
DESCRIPTION
(1) 8-pin 3.5mm detachable terminal block;
Comprises (4) normally open, isolated relays;
Rated 1 Amp, 30 Volts AC/DC;
MOV arc suppression across contacts
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FUNCTION BUTTONS
(5) pushbuttons and red LEDs, programmable
for any control system function. When using
the out-of-the-box functionality, the buttons
control the projector screen and lighting (if
connected).
24
INPUT BUTTONS
(8) pushbuttons and red LEDs, select input to
be routed.
25
RGB DIP SWITCHES
26
COM A & B
(4) Banks of DIP switches (one per RGB
output) for configuring the horizontal and
vertical sync impedances of each RGB input.
Each bank of DIP switches can also be
configured to simulate the presence of a
monitor to RGB outputs that require a monitor
to be connected. For more information, refer to
“Configure the RGB Input Ports” on page 27.
(2) DB9 male, bidirectional RS-232 ports;
Up to 115.2k baud, hardware and software
handshaking support for communication with
serial devices. Can also be used for modem
communications. The following table lists the
pin assignments of the serial ports.
PIN
DIRECTION
DESCRIPTION
1
To
MPS-200
(DCD) Data Carrier
Detect
2
To
MPS-200
(RXD) Receive Data
3
From
MPS-200
(TXD) Transmit Data
4
From
MPS-200
(DTR) Data Terminal
Ready
5
Common
(GND) Ground
6
To
MPS-200
(DSR) Data Set
Ready
7
From
MPS-200
(RTS) Request To
Send
8
To
MPS-200
(CTS) Clear To Send
9
To
MPS-200
(RI) Ring Indicator
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TOUCH PANEL OUT
DESCRIPTION
Contains one CH port and one QM port.
CH Port:
8-wire RJ-45 female; CAT5 balanced video
output port;
Signal Types: Dynamically configurable for
component (Y/Pb/Pr), S-video (Y/C), or
composite video;
Video/HDTV Formats: NTSC or PAL, HDTV up
to 1080i;
Output Impedance: 100 ohms balanced;
Connects to CH CAT5 balanced video input
port of a compatible touchpanel or other
®
3
device via CresCAT cable.
QM Port:
8-wire RJ-45 female; QuickMedia output port;
Signal Types: Dynamically configurable for
RGBHV, component (YPbPr), S-video (Y/C), or
composite video with stereo program and
2-channels microphone audio;
RGB Format: RGBHV or RGBS;
RGB Output Resolution, Non-interlaced:
1920 x 1200 maximum
(60 Hz limit at 1600 x 1200 or higher);
Video/HDTV Formats: NTSC or PAL, HDTV up
to 1080i/1080p;
Connects to QM input port of a compatible
touchpanel or other QuickMedia device via
CresCAT-QM or CresCAT-IM cable.4
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RGBHV INPUTS 5 - 8
(4) DB15HD female, RGBHV (VGA) inputs;
Format: RGBHV or RGBS;
RGB Input Level: 1 Vp-p nominal;
RGB Input Impedance: 75 ohms nominal;
Sync Input Level: 2 to 5 Vp-p;
Sync Input Impedance: 75, 500, or 1k ohms
individually selectable for H and V via bottom
panel DIP switches (#25);
Video signal sensing on “H-SYNC”;
Defeatable DDC pull-up resistors individually
selectable via internal DIP switches (#25)
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LAN
(1) 8-wire RJ-45 with two LED indicators;
10/100BaseT Ethernet port;
Green LED indicates link status;
Yellow LED indicates Ethernet activity
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OUTPUT SELECTION
(2) pushbuttons and red LEDs, select output
destination
31
NET
(4) 4-pin 3.5mm detachable terminal blocks;
DESCRIPTION
Cresnet Master ports, paralleled;
Available Cresnet Power: 30 Watts
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
100 – 240V ~2.5A
50/60 Hz
(POWER SUPPLY)
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1.
2.
3.
WIRE COLORS (568B)
COMPOSITE
S-VIDEO
COMPONENT
1
WHITE/ORANGE
+ Composite
+ Luminance
2
ORANGE
- Composite
- Luminance
3
WHITE/GREEN
N/A
+ Chrominance
+ Pb
4
BLUE
N/A
N/A
+ Pr
5
WHITE/BLUE
N/A
N/A
- Pr
6
GREEN
N/A
- Chrominance
- Pb
7
WHITE/BROWN
N/A
N/A
N/A
8
BROWN
N/A
N/A
N/A
+Y
-Y
The eight-pin RJ-45 QuickMedia transport port accepts CAT5E/CAT6 carrying RGB, audio, video
and microphone signals. The QM port conforms to the 568B wiring standard. Refer to the following
table for connector pinouts.
RJ-45 PIN
NUMBER
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(1) IEC Socket, mates with removable power
cord (included).
Interface connectors for NET, INFRARED-SERIAL, INPUT, RELAY OUTPUT, and AUDIO
ports are provided with the unit.
Transmission levels on the infrared – serial output connectors are in the 0 to +5 VDC range, which
may not be compatible with all RS-232 devices.
This eight-pin RJ-45 port provides connectivity to a touchpanel with a CH input port or a Crestron
device with a CAT5 video input. This port provides component, composite or S-video balanced
output over CAT5 wiring. Refer to the following table for connector pinouts.
RJ-45 PIN
NUMBER
4.
(24) Power
(Y) Data
(Z) Data
(G) Ground
WIRE COLORS
(EIA 568B)
QM
ASSIGNMENT
RGB
QM ASSIGNMENT
COMPOSITE, S-VIDEO,
COMPONENT AND AUDIO
1
WHITE/ORANGE
- RGB Red
- CHROMINANCE (- Pr)
2
ORANGE
+ RGB Red
+ CHROMINANCE (+ Pr)
3
WHITE/GREEN
- RGB Green
- LUMINANCE (- Y)
4
BLUE
+ Digital Audio
+ AUDIO
- AUDIO
5
WHITE/BLUE
- Digital Audio
6
GREEN
+ RGB Green
+ LUMINANCE (+ Y)
7
WHITE/BROWN
- RGB Blue
- COMPOSITE (- Pb)
8
BROWN
+ RGB Blue
+ COMPOSITE (+ Pb)
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Industry Compliance
This product is Listed to applicable UL Standards and requirements by Underwriters
Laboratories Inc.
(E302724)
As of the date of manufacture the MPS-200 has been tested and found to comply
with specifications for CE marking and standards per EMC and
Radiocommunications Compliance Labelling.
NOTE: This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to
the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
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:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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Setup
Network Wiring
When wiring the network, consider the following:
•
Use Crestron Certified Wire.
•
Provide sufficient power to the system.
CAUTION: Insufficient power can lead to unpredictable results or damage
to the equipment. Please use the Crestron Power Calculator to help calculate
how much power is needed for the system
(http://www.crestron.com/calculators).
•
For larger networks, use a Cresnet Hub/Repeater (CNXHUB) to maintain
signal quality.
For more details, refer to “Check Network Wiring” on page 84.
Ethernet
The MPS-200 also uses high-speed Ethernet for communications between the control
system and a device, computer, digital media server and other IP-based devices.
For information on connecting Ethernet devices in a Crestron system, refer to the
latest version of the Crestron e-Control Reference Guide (Doc. 6052).
CAT5 Wiring
Category 5 (CAT5) wiring is a twisted pair cable designed for Ethernet networks.
These networks operate at speeds of up to 100 Megabits per second (Mbps) using the
100BaseT standard. Crestron takes advantage of this specification for a variety of
video applications.
Crestron recommends using CresCAT, CresCAT-D or CresCAT-Q wiring solutions.
The following chart shows the maximum recommended cable lengths for various
signal formats.
Recommended Maximum Cable Lengths for Video via Crestron Certified Wire
FORMAT
MAXIMUM DISTANCE
Composite
500 feet
S-Video
500 feet
Component
500 feet
For more information, refer to the latest version of the Crestron CAT5 Wiring
Reference Guide (Doc. 6137).
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QuickMedia Wiring
The Crestron QuickMedia cable (sold under the name “CresCAT-QM”) contains one
CAT5E cable and one Cresnet cable in Siamese jackets. Installation of any QM
device is as simple as installing CresCAT-QM wires from the output of one device to
the input of another. Installations are flexible, affordable and fast. For more
information, refer to the latest revision of the Crestron MediaManager Applications
Guide (Doc. 6244).
CresCAT-QM Cable
NOTE: Do not untwist the two wires in a single pair for more than 1/3-1/2”
(0.84-1.27 cm) when making a connection. The twists are critical to canceling out
interference between the wires.
The aggregate cable length of a signal path originating at the MPS-200 and
terminating at a QM receiver must not exceed 450 feet (137 meters). Video signals
may experience a loss of quality over very long lengths of cable. This phenomenon is
due to the added resistance and capacitance of longer cable lengths and is not
peculiar to either Crestron and/or QuickMedia systems. To ensure sufficient
bandwidth, the maximum aggregate cable length should not exceed 450 feet. The use
of lower-resolution signals may allow increased cable length but must be tested by
the installer with the sources to be used. The QM pin assignment is based on the
EIA/TIA 568B RJ-45 Jack standard.
NOTE: When transmitting S-video, luminance uses the green video pathway and
chrominance uses the red video pathway. When transmitting composite video, the
signal is carried on the blue video pathway.
NOTE: When using CresCAT-QM wiring, four additional wires are included for
making Cresnet connections.
When connecting multiple QM devices, the route between a QM origination point
(transmitter) and a QM endpoint (receiver) cannot have more than two midpoints
(e.g. QM-MD7x2 or other QM switchers). Refer to the following diagram when
configuring a QM network.
NOTE: Use CresCAT-QM to make QM connections. The cumulative skew over the
entire length must be less than 22 ns.
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QM Network Topology
Midpoints
Origination Points
QM
MPS-200
Endpoints
QM
QM-MD7x2
QM
QM
TPS-12G/15G-QM-L
QM-MD7x2
QM
MPS-200
TPS-12G/15G-QM-L
QM
MPS-200
Installation
Ventilation
The MPS-200 should be used in a well-ventilated area. The venting holes should not
be obstructed under any circumstances. If the MPS-200 is hot to the touch, consider
using forced air ventilation and/or incrementing the spacing between units.
To prevent overheating, do not operate this product in an area that exceeds the
environmental temperature range listed in the table of specifications. Consideration
must be given if installed in a closed or multi-unit rack assembly since the operating
ambient temperature of the rack environment may be greater than the room ambient
temperature. Contact with thermal insulating materials should be avoided on all sides
of the unit.
Rack Mounting
The MPS-200 can be mounted in a rack or stacked with other equipment. Two
“ears” are provided with the MPS-200 so that the unit can be rack mounted. These
ears must be installed prior to mounting. Complete the following procedure to attach
the ears to the unit. The only tool required is a #2 Phillips screwdriver.
WARNING: To prevent bodily injury when mounting or servicing this unit in a
rack, take special precautions to ensure that the system remains stable. The following
guidelines are provided to ensure your safety:
•
When mounting this unit in a partially filled rack, load the rack from the
bottom to the top with the heaviest component at the bottom of the rack.
•
If the rack is provided with stabilizing devices, install the stabilizers before
mounting or servicing the unit in the rack.
NOTE: Reliable earthing of rack-mounted equipment should be maintained.
Particular attention should be given to supply connections other than direct
connections to the branch circuit (e.g. use of power strips).
To install the ears:
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1.
There are screws that secure each side of the MPS-200 top cover. Using a
#2 Phillips screwdriver, remove the three screws closest to the front panel
from one side of the unit. Refer to the diagram following step 3 for a
detailed view.
2.
Position a rack ear so that its mounting holes align with the holes vacated
by the screws in step 1.
3.
Secure the ear to the unit with three screws from step 1, as shown in the
following diagram.
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Ear Attachment for Rack Mounting
4.
Repeat procedure (steps 1 through 3) to attach the remaining ear to the
opposite side.
NOTE: The sync input impedance and DDC feature should be set prior to placing
the MPS-200 in an equipment rack. For more information, refer to “Configure the
RGB Input Ports” on page 27.
Stacking
Four “feet” are located on the bottom of the MPS-200 so that if the unit is not rack
mounted, the rubber feet can provide stability when the unit is placed on a flat
surface or stacked.
Hardware Hookup
Make the necessary connections as called out in the illustrations that follows this
paragraph. Refer to “Network Wiring” on page 21 before applying power. Apply
power after all connections have been made.
Hardware Connections for the MPS-200, Front
COMPUTER:
TO USB PORT ON PC
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Hardware Connections for the MPS-200, Rear
PROGRAM AUDIO OUTPUT:
TO AMPLIFIER OR
AMPLIFIED SPEAKERS
MICROPHONE/LINE INPUT:
FROM MICROPHONE OR
LINE-LEVEL SOURCES
IR IN:
FROM
CNXRMIRD IR
RECEIVER
SPEECH OUTPUT:
TO AMPLIFIER OR
AMPLIFIED SPEAKERS
RECORD OUTPUT:
TO CODEC, RECORDING
DEVICE, OR ASSISTIVE
LISTENING SYSTEM
IR/SERIAL OUT:
TO IRP2 IR EMITTER PROBE
or ONE-WAY SERIAL
CONTROLLED DEVICES
RELAY OUTPUT:
TO CONTROLLABLE
DEVICES
INPUT:
FROM DEVICE OUTPUTS
CONTACT OR RELAY
CLOSURES (24 VOLTS MAX)
LAN:
10/100 BASE-T
ETHERNET TO LAN
CRESNET:
TO ANY
CRESNET
DEVICE
COM A & COM B:
BI-DIRECTIONAL RS-232 WITH
HARDWARE & SOFTWARE
HANDSHAKING AND MODEM CONTROL
GROUND:
TIE ALL SOURCE AND
DEVICE GROUNDS TO
GROUND TERMINAL
TO SPEAKERS:
8-OHM STEREO (MPS-200)
70 VOLT MONO (MPS-200-70V)
100 VOLT MONO (MPS-200-100V)
OUTPUT 1:
TO COMPOSITE,
COMPONENT, S-VIDEO,
AND RGB INPUTS OF
DISPLAY DEVICE
AUDIO INPUTS:
FROM VIDEO AND
RGB SOURCES
POWER:
FROM LINE VOLTAGE
INPUTS 1 - 4:
FROM COMPOSITE,
COMPONENT, OR
S-VIDEO SOURCES
OUTPUT 2:
TOUCHPANEL OUTPUTS TO “QM”
or “CH” TYPE TOUCHPANELS
INPUTS 5-8:
FROM RGBHV & RGBS
SOURCES
When running the out-of-the-box program, the MPS-200 can support the following
Crestron devices:
•
(2) APAD
•
(2) C2N-FTB
•
(2) CNX-B12
•
(2) C2N-DB12
•
(2) CLW-DIM1RF / CLW-DIMS1RF (requires Crestron Toolbox for
implementation)
•
(2) CLW-SW1RF / CLW-SWS1RF (requires Crestron Toolbox for
implementation)
•
(1) QM-AMP3x80MM/SR
•
(1) C2N-MNETGW
•
(1) CLS-C6
•
(1) RoomView Express or RoomView Server Edition connection
CAUTION: Speakers must be rated to full available output.
CAUTION: Do not bridge speaker outputs
CAUTION: All source devices should be grounded to the MPS-200.
NOTE: The MPS-200 can only be powered by the included power cord. Power
cannot be supplied from network devices that are connected to the mini-terminal
block connectors.
NOTE: For Cresnet, CAT5, and QuickMedia connections, use Crestron Certified
Wire.
NOTE: When running the out-of-the-box program, relays 1 and 2 are momentary.
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NOTE: When running the out-of-the-box program and connecting a projector
screen, the “up” control lines should be connected to relay 1 and the “down” control
lines should be connected to relay 2.
NOTE: To analyze Cresnet lines, the C2N-ANLZ is required. For instructions, refer
to the latest version of the C2N-ANLZ Operations Guide (Doc. 6473).
Balanced and unbalanced audio inputs/outputs are provided, utilizing five-pin
terminal block connectors. For connection details, refer to the following table and
diagrams.
Audio Connections
SIGNAL
NAME
BALANCED
AUDIO INPUT
BALANCED
AUDIO
OUTPUT
UNBALANCED
AUDIO INPUT
UNBALANCED
AUDIO OUTPUT
+
1+
-
1-
1+
1 + In
1 + Out
1-
1 – signal return,
jumper to GND
Open
G
Shield/ground
Shield/ground
Ground
Common
ground
+
2+
2+
2 + In
2 + Out
-
2-
2-
2 – signal return
jumper to GND
Open
Typical Balanced/Unbalanced Inputs
Unbalanced Input
Balanced Input
+-G+-
+-G+Shield
+
+
Left/Microphone
+
Right/Line
Left/Microphone
Right/Line
Jumpers
Shield
+
Shield
Typical Balanced/Unbalanced Outputs
Balanced Output
Unbalanced Output
+-G+-
+-G+Shield
+
Right
+
AMP
+
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Right
AMP
+
Left
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Configure the RGB Input Ports
Each of the RGB input ports feature a set of six DIP switches located inside the
MPS-200. These switches are used to set the sync input impedance of each port and
simulate the presence of a monitor (DDC) for each RGB input.
The sync input impedance can be set to either 1k, 500, or 75 ohms. The setting from
the factory is 1k ohms and should work with most RGB sources. If the signal quality
is poor, lowering the input impedance to match the impedance of coax cable may
alleviate sync signal problems that are associated with RGB cables greater than the
typical VESA standard (typically six feet).
For laptops that require the presence of a monitor to enable its video output, the
MPS-200 has a selectable feature (DDC) that simulates the presence of a monitor so
RGB sources (such as a laptop computer) will transmit a signal even when an RGB
device is not connected to the MPS-200 output. Changing the DIP switch setting can
enable or disable this feature. The MPS-200 is shipped from the factory with the
DDC feature disabled.
NOTE: The sync input impedance and DDC feature should be set prior to placing
the MPS-200 in an equipment rack.
Find the DIP Switches
The DIP switches that configure the RGB input ports are located on the bottom of
the MPS-200. The only tools required are a #2 Phillips screwdriver and a grounding
strap (or grounded workstation).
CAUTION: The MPS-200 contains ESD-sensitive devices. Perform the following
procedure while wearing a grounding strap that is properly grounded or on a
grounded workstation to avoid damaging the MPS-200.
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1.
Connect RGB sources and a monitor to the MPS-200 as described in
“Hardware Hookup” on page 24.
2.
Remove the DIP switch access panel by removing the two screws located
on the bottom of the MPS-200. Use a #2 Phillips screwdriver to remove the
screws.
3.
Lift the access panel shown in the following diagram to expose the DIP
switches. Each RGB input port has a corresponding bank of DIP switches.
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DIP Switch Location
DIP SWITCHES LOCATED
UNDER ACCESS PANEL
Set the DIP Switches
1.
Referring to the following table, set the DIP switches of each RGB input port to
the required sync input impedance and DDC functionality.
DIP Switch Function Chart
DDC
VERTICAL
SYNC
1
2
3
4
5
6
OFF
OFF
OFF
X
X
X
X
ON
ON
ON
X
X
X
X
1K
X
X
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
500
X
X
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
75
X
X
ON
ON
ON
ON
SWITCH
FUNCTION
HORIZONTAL
SYNC
SETTING
DDC
SYNC INPUT
IMPEDANCE
NOTE: The function table is also located on the bottom of the MPS-200.
NOTE: The factory setting for the DIP switches are DDC disabled (switches 1 & 2
in the OFF position) and 1k ohm impedance (switches 3 through 6 in the OFF
position).
2.
Further Configuration
Replace the access panel and secure the screws using the #2 Phillips
screwdriver.
If using the out-of-the-box functionality, the MPS-200 can be configured with the
front panel. For information, refer to “Configuration” on page 35.
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Label the Buttons
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Use Crestron Engraver software to print custom labels for the MPS-200’s front panel
buttons and LEDS. Crestron recommends printing on 100-pound paper. Paper
weighing less than 100 pounds will tend to crumple while sliding in, while paper
weighing more than 100 pounds may not fit.
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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 website. To post a question or view questions you have
submitted to Crestron’s True Blue Support, log in at http://support.crestron.com.
First-time users will need to establish a user account.
Earliest Version Software Requirements for the PC
NOTE: Crestron recommends that you use the latest software to take advantage of
the most recently released features. The latest software is available from the Crestron
website.
NOTE: Crestron software and any files on the website 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).
Crestron has developed an assortment of Windows-based software tools to develop
an MPS-200 system. The following are the minimum recommended software
versions for the PC:
Software
TASK
REQUIRED SOFTWARE VERSION
Program control system to
operate MPS-200.
SIMPL Windows version 2.08.34 or later
with SIMPL+ Cross Compiler version 1.1 or
later; Also requires Crestron Database
version 18.7.4 or later.
Upload program and firmware.
Crestron Toolbox version 1.04.21 or later.
Program with simple wizards for
systems using an MPS-200
(optional but recommended).
Crestron SystemBuilder™ version 3.2 or
later (requires SIMPL Windows, VT Pro-e,
Crestron Database and Crestron Engraver)
with SystemBuilder Templates version 3.2
or later. Refer to software release notes or
Crestron website for other required
Crestron software packages.
Configure audio parameters
Crestron Toolbox with QM Tools version
1.04.21 or later
Create labels for front panel
buttons.
Crestron Engraver version 3.4 or later.
Manage MPS-200 systems within
a facility (optional).
RoomView® Express or RoomView Server
Edition.
Programming with Crestron SystemBuilder
Crestron SystemBuilder is the easiest method of programming but does not offer as
much flexibility as SIMPL Windows. For additional details, download
SystemBuilder from the Crestron website and examine the extensive help file.
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Any program created for the MPS-200 with SystemBuilder will include the out-ofthe-box functionality in addition to any additional programming created with
SystemBuilder.
Programming with SIMPL Windows
NOTE: While SIMPL Windows can be used to program the MPS-200, it is
recommended to use SystemBuilder for configuring an MPS-200 system.
SIMPL Windows is Crestron’s premier software for programming Crestron control
systems. It is organized into two separate but equally important “Managers”.
Any SIMPL Windows program written for an MPS-200 will contain all of the
MPS-200’s out-of-the-box functions in a protected area of the program. The parts of
the program that contain the out-of-the-box functions are locked and cannot be
changed or deleted. When a program is compiled, the custom program plus the outof-the-box front panel functionality, including setup menus, are loaded.
NOTE: When programming an MPS-200 in SIMPL Windows, always begin with
the example program and modify as required. To find example programs, refer to
“Example Program” on page 32. Also visit Crestron’s True Blue Support on the web
for more programming tips.
Configuration Manager
Configuration Manager is the view where programmers “build” a Crestron control
system by selecting hardware from the Device Library.
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To incorporate the MPS-200 into the system, drag the MPS-200 from the
Control Systems folder of the Device Library and drop it in the System
Views.
Locating the MPS-200 in the Device Library
Program Manager
Program Manager is the view where programmers "program" a Crestron control
system by assigning signals to symbols.
Signals that are part of the MPS-200’s out-of-the-box functionality are locked and
cannot be modified or deleted. Locked signals are grayed out in the MPS-200’s
SIMPL Windows symbols. To prevent corruption of the out-of-the-box functionality,
locked signal names should not be copied or driven to other destinations in the
SIMPL Windows program.
NOTE: If using SIMPL Windows version 2.08.19 or later, signals that are part of
the out-of-the-box functionality may be hidden from view. To view hidden signals in
a program containing out-of-the-box functionality, select Display Out Of The Box
Functionality (OOTBF) Programming in the “SIMPL Windows Preferences”
window (Options | Preferences…).
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The symbol can be viewed by double clicking on the icon or dragging it into Detail
View. A description for each signal in the symbol is described in the SIMPL
Windows help file (F1).
Switching Programs
If a custom program is loaded into the MPS-200, the MPS-200 will run the custom
program when it boots up. To switch to the out-of-the-box program:
1.
Press and release HW-R.
2.
Press and hold SW-R until "Bypassing Custom Program, Running OOTBF"
is displayed on the LCD.
3.
To return to the custom program simply press HW-R or cycle power.
Saving Settings
Settings such as tone/volume levels (out-of-the-box and custom programs) and
input/output names (out-of-the-box programs) are stored in an xml and text file that
can be recalled should an MPS-200 program need to be updated.
To save settings for later use, use Crestron Toolbox’ File Manager utility to retrieve
the *.xml (where * can be “ootbf” for settings made when running the out-of-the-box
functionality program or “custom” for settings made when running a custom
program) and System Configuration.txt files from the NVRAM Disk directory. After
the new out-of-the-box functionality program or custom program has been loaded,
use Windows Explorer and Crestron Toolbox’ File Manager utility to place the
appropriate *.xml and System Configuration.txt files in the NVRAM Disk directory
and reboot the processor. For instructions on using Crestron Toolbox’ File Manager
utility, refer to the Crestron Toolbox help file.
NOTE: If switching to a different type of program (i.e. from out-of-the-box
functionality to custom or vice-versa), the retrieved xml file can be renamed
(ootbf.xml becomes custom.xml and custom.xml becomes ootbf.xml). The running
program will import any relevant settings. Verify that all of the required settings are
correct.
Example Program
An example program for the MPS-200 is available from the Crestron website
(http://www.crestron.com/exampleprograms).
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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,
programs or firmware) can be transferred to the control system. Finally, program
checks can be performed (such as changing a device ID or creating an IP table) to
ensure proper functioning.
While the next section provides an overview for communication, refer to
“Establishing Communications with the Control System” in the Crestron 2-Series
Control Systems Reference Guide (Doc. 6256) for connection details. If
communications cannot be established, refer to “Troubleshooting Communications”
in the same guide.
Establishing Communication
Use Crestron Toolbox for communicating with the MPS-200; refer to the Crestron
Toolbox help file for details. There are two methods of communication.
USB Communication
NOTE: Required for initial setup of Ethernet parameters.
USB Communication
PC RUNNING
CRESTRON TOOLBOX
USB COMMUNICATION
VIA USB CABLE
MPS-200
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The COMPUTER port on the MPS-200 connects to the USB port on the
PC via the included Type-A to Type B USB cable.
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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 MPS-200 by entering “MPS-200” 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.
NOTE: The hostname can also be viewed using the front panel. Refer to
page 61 for more information.
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Display the MPS-200’s “System Info” window (click the
icon);
communications are confirmed when the device information is displayed.
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TCP/IP Communication
Crestron MPS-200
Ethernet Communication
PC RUNNING
CRESTRON TOOLBOX
MPS-200
ETHERNET
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Establish USB communications between the MPS-200 and a PC.
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Enter the IP address, IP mask and default router of the MPS-200 via the
Crestron Toolbox (Functions | Ethernet Addressing); otherwise enable
DHCP.
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Confirm Ethernet connections between MPS-200 and PC. If connecting
through a hub or router, use CAT5 straight through cables with 8-pin RJ-45
connectors. Alternatively, use a CAT5 crossover cable to connect the two
LAN ports directly without using a hub or router.
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Use the Address Book in the Crestron Toolbox to create an entry for the
MPS-200 with the MPS-200’s TCP/IP communication parameters.
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Display the “System Info” window (click the
MPS-200 entry.
icon) and select the
Programs and Firmware
Program and firmware files may be distributed from programmers to installers or
from Crestron to dealers. Firmware upgrades are available from the Crestron website
as new features are developed after product releases. One has the option to upload
programs via the programming software or to upload and upgrade via the Crestron
Toolbox. For details on uploading and upgrading, refer to the SIMPL Windows help
file or the Crestron Toolbox help file.
Program
If a SIMPL Windows program is provided, it can be uploaded to the control system
using SIMPL Windows or Crestron Toolbox. If an updated out-of-the-boxfunctionality program is provided, it can be uploaded to the control system using
Crestron Toolbox.
Firmware
Check the Crestron website 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.)
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Upgrade MPS-200 firmware via Crestron Toolbox.
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Establish USB or TCP/IP communications with the MPS-200 and display
the “System Info” window.
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Select Functions | Firmware… to upgrade the MPS-200 firmware.
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Configuration & Operation
The MPS-200 can be used for audio and video switching without any programming
required. This is ideal for those that need a basic audio-video switching system. Prior
to operation, the MPS-200 must be configured for use.
Configuration
The MPS-200 is configured using the built-in menu.
Access the Menu
To access the menu:
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Press the MENU button. Instructions for entering the password will be
displayed followed by a blinking cursor that prompts you to enter the
password.
Enter Password
Enter Password
_
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Enter the password with the volume control and the j and k buttons.
NOTE: Administrator and user passwords can be created in SystemBuilder
when creating a custom program. Refer to the SystemBuilder help file for
more information. Users who enter an administrator password can change
any of the MPS-200 settings. Users who enter a user password can only
view the MPS-200 settings. The MPS-200 can determine when an
administrator or user password is entered.
NOTE: If running the out-of-the-box program, the default password
(which has the same rights as an administrator password) is 12345. It can be
changed within the Control Setup menu. Refer to page 66 for more
information.
⇒ Turn the volume control until the correct digit is displayed.
⇒ Press the k button to move the cursor to the next digit and select the
next digit in the password with the volume control. Press the j button
to move to the previous digit.
⇒ Press ENTER once the password is displayed. If an incorrect password
is entered, the display will show “Invalid Password” and return to the
Enter Password screen.
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Exit the Menu
Crestron MPS-200
To exit the menu:
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While in the main menu, press the MENU button to exit the menu.
Exit Menu Prompt
Exit Setup Menu?
Yes
No
⇒ Press the soft button labeled Yes to exit the menu or press the soft
button labeled No to return to the menu.
NOTE: The following sections describe configuration instructions when the
MPS-200 is running the out-of-the-box program or if an administrator password was
entered (while a custom program is running). If a user password was entered while a
custom program is running, the user can view the settings but cannot make changes.
For information on administrator and user passwords, refer to the SystemBuilder
help file.
NOTE: When the system is being configured, system operation is suspended.
Menu Structure
The following diagram displays the menu structure of the MPS-200.
MPS-200 Menu Structure
MAIN MENU
AUDIO SETUP
VIDEO SETUP
NETWORK SETUP
CONTROL SETUP
PROGRAM OUTPUT
INPUT NAMES
IP ADDRESS
BACKLIGHT
SPEECH OUTPUT
INPUT TYPE
SUBNET MASK
FUNCTIONS
RECORD OUTPUT
OUTPUT NAMES
DEFAULT ROUTER
DEVICES
INPUT
COMPENSATION
DHCP
APAD UPGRADE
MASTER STARTUP
WINS
PASSWORD
MICROPHONES
HOSTNAME
INFO
DOMAIN NAME
MESSAGES
ROOMVIEW
TIME/DATE
MAC ADDRESS
DEFAULTS
FRONT PANEL
LOCK
The menu is separated into four sections.
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Audio Setup: Contains controls for PROGRAM, SPEECH, and
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RECORD output settings, source input compensation, master startup
volume, and microphones.
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Video Setup: Contains controls for naming input sources, selecting input
signal types (video inputs only), and naming output destinations.
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Network Setup: Contains controls for setting the IP address of the
MPS-200, the IP address of the subnet mask used by the MPS-200, the IP
address of the default router used by the MPS-200, the DHCP mode of the
MPS-200, and the WINS mode of the MPS-200. The Network Setup
section can also display the hostname and MAC address of the MPS-200 as
well as the domain name used by the MPS-200. The MPS-200’s
RoomView settings can also be adjusted.
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Control Setup: Contains controls for adjusting the LCD backlight, naming
the function buttons, identifying network devices, updating connected
APAD devices, setting the front panel password, displaying system
information, displaying system messages, setting the time and date, and
restoring default settings.
Audio Setup
The audio characteristics of the MPS-200 can be configured from the front panel
using the Audio Setup menu.
Access the Audio Setup
Menu
To access the Audio Setup menu:
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Access the menu as described on page 35. The words “Audio Setup” will be
displayed.
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Press ENTER to open the Audio Setup menu.
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To exit the Audio Setup menu, press MENU.
Program Output
The Program Output section of the Audio Setup menu is used to set the
PROGRAM output’s volume level, source mix, bass, treble, minimum volume,
maximum volume, stereo/mono mode, and startup volume. The RECORD and
SPEECH outputs are not affected by changes made from the program output menu.
Access the Program Output
Menu
Set the Program Volume
Level
Set the Program Source Mix
To access the Program Output menu:
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Access the Audio Setup menu as described above.
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Press ENTER to open the Program Output menu.
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To return to the Audio Setup menu, press MENU.
To set the Program Volume level:
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Access the Program Output menu as described above.
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Adjust the Program Volume level by turning the volume control clockwise
to raise the volume, or counterclockwise to lower the volume. When
adjusting the volume, the display will change to indicate the volume level.
To set the PROGRAM output’s source mix:
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Press the k or j buttons until “Source Mix” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER to open the Program Source Mix controls.
Program Source Mix Controls
Program Source Mix
Aud. Only
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Press the k or j buttons until the desired setting is displayed on the LCD.
The current setting is indicated with an asterisk (*). The following settings
are available:
⇒ Aud. Only: Sends the audio signal from the selected source to the
PROGRAM output.
⇒ Mic. Only: Sends the microphone input signals to the PROGRAM
output.
⇒ Mic + Aud: Sends a mix of the audio signal from the selected source
and the microphone input signals to the PROGRAM output.
NOTE: While setting the program source mix, the Program Volume
level can be adjusted by turning the volume control clockwise to raise
the volume, or counterclockwise to lower the volume. When adjusting
the volume, the display will change to indicate the volume level.
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Set the Program Bass Level
Press ENTER to save changes and return to the previous screen. To cancel
without saving changes, press MENU.
To set the Program Bass level:
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Access the Program Output menu as described on page 37.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Bass” is displayed on the LCD and press
ENTER to open the Program Bass controls. The current bass level will be
displayed.
Program Bass Controls
Program Bass
0db
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Adjust the Program Bass level with the j and k buttons. Press the k
button to increase the bass level. Press the j button to lower the bass level.
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NOTE: While adjusting the Program Bass level, the Program Volume
level can be adjusted by turning the volume control clockwise to raise the
volume, or counterclockwise to lower the volume. When adjusting the
volume, the display will change to indicate the volume level.
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Set the Program Treble Level
Press MENU or ENTER to save changes and return to the previous screen.
To set the Program Treble level:
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Access the Program Output menu as described on page 37.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Treble” is displayed on the LCD and press
ENTER to open the Program Treble controls. The current treble level will
be displayed.
Program Treble Control
Program Treble
0db
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Adjust the Program Treble level with the j and k buttons. Press the k
button to increase the treble level. Press the j button to lower the treble
level.
NOTE: While adjusting the Program Treble level, the Program Volume
level can be adjusted by turning the volume control clockwise to raise the
volume, or counterclockwise to lower the volume. When adjusting the
volume, the display will change to indicate the volume level.
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Set the Program Minimum
Volume
Press MENU or ENTER to save changes and return to the previous screen.
The Program Minimum Volume control is used to set the lowest volume setting of
the PROGRAM output. The RECORD and SPEECH outputs are not affected by
changes made to the Program Minimum Volume level.
To set the Program Minimum Volume level:
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Access the Program Output menu as described on page 37.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Min Volume” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER to open the Program Minimum Volume controls.
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Program Minimum Volume Control
Prog. Min Volume
30%
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Adjust the Program Minimum Volume level with the j and k buttons.
Press the k button to increase the Program Minimum Volume level. Press
the j button to lower the Program Minimum Volume level. The highest
Program Minimum Volume setting is 30%.
NOTE: While adjusting the Program Minimum Volume level, the
Program Volume level can be adjusted by turning the volume control
clockwise to raise the volume, or counterclockwise to lower the volume.
When adjusting the volume, the display will change to indicate the volume
level.
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Set the Program Maximum
Volume
Press MENU or ENTER to save changes and return to the previous screen.
The Program Maximum Volume control is used to set the highest volume setting of
the PROGRAM output. The RECORD and SPEECH outputs are not affected by
changes made to the Program Maximum Volume level.
To set the Program Maximum Volume level:
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Access the Program Output menu as described on page 37.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Max Volume” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER to open the Program Maximum Volume controls.
Program Maximum Volume Control
Prog. Max Volume
75%
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Adjust the Program Maximum Volume level with the j and k buttons.
Press the k button to increase the Program Maximum Volume level. Press
the j button to lower the Program Maximum Volume level. The lowest
Program Maximum Volume setting is 50%.
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NOTE: While adjusting the Program Maximum Volume level, the
Program Volume level can be adjusted by turning the volume control
clockwise to raise the volume, or counterclockwise to lower the volume.
When adjusting the volume, the display will change to indicate the volume
level.
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Set the Stereo / Mono Mode
Press MENU or ENTER to save changes and return to the previous screen.
The Stereo / Mono controls are used to set the PROGRAM output mode. The audio
sent to the speaker outputs can be set for either stereo or mono. When set to stereo,
the audio signal is separated into left and right channels for distribution to left and
right speakers or amplifier channels. When set to mono, the audio signal is combined
into one signal for use in larger rooms where stereo separation is not practical. The
RECORD and SPEECH outputs are not affected by changes to the stereo/mono
mode.
To set the Stereo / Mono mode:
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Access the Program Output menu as described on page 37.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Stereo/Mono” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER to open the Stereo / Mono controls as shown in the following
diagram.
Stereo / Mono Control
Select Stereo/Mono
*Stereo
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Press the k or j buttons until the desired mode is displayed on the LCD
and press ENTER. The current setting is indicated with an asterisk (*).
NOTE: While adjusting the Stereo/Mono setting, the Program Volume
level can be adjusted by turning the volume control clockwise to raise the
volume, or counterclockwise to lower the volume. When adjusting the
volume, the display will change to indicate the volume level.
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Adjust the Program Startup
Volume
Press ENTER to save changes and return to the Program Output menu. To
cancel without saving changes, press MENU.
The Program Startup Volume control is used to establish the PROGRAM output’s
volume level setting when an input is selected. The RECORD and SPEECH
outputs are not affected by changes made to the Program Startup Volume level.
To adjust the Program Startup Volume level:
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Press the k or j buttons until “Startup Vol.” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER to open the Program Startup Volume control.
Program Startup Volume Control
Prog. Startup Vol.
30%
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Adjust the Program Startup Volume level with the j and k buttons. Press
the k button to increase the startup volume level. Press the j button to
lower the startup volume level. The highest Program Startup Volume
setting is 100%.
NOTE: While adjusting the Program Startup Volume level, the Program
Volume level can be adjusted by turning the volume control clockwise to
raise the volume, or counterclockwise to lower the volume. When adjusting
the volume, the display will change to indicate the volume level.
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Press MENU or ENTER to save changes and return to the previous screen.
Speech Output
The Speech Output section of the Audio Setup menu is used to set the SPEECH
output’s volume level, source mix, bass, treble, speech delay, minimum volume,
maximum volume, and startup volume. The PROGRAM and RECORD outputs are
not affected by changes made from the Speech Output menu.
Access the Speech Output
Menu
Set the Speech Volume Level
Set the Speech Source Mix
To access the Speech Output menu:
•
Access the Audio Setup menu as described on page 37. The words “Audio
Setup” will be displayed.
•
Press the k or j buttons until “Speech Output” is displayed on the LCD
and press ENTER to open the Speech Output menu.
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To return to the Audio Setup menu, press MENU.
To set the Speech Volume level:
•
Access the Speech Output menu as described above.
•
Adjust the Speech Volume level by turning the volume control clockwise to
raise the volume, or counterclockwise to lower the volume. When adjusting
the volume, the display will change to indicate the volume level.
To set the SPEECH output’s source mix:
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Access the Speech Output menu as described above.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Source Mix” is displayed on the LCD and
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press ENTER to open the Speech Source Mix controls.
Speech Source Mix Controls
Speech Source Mix
Aud. Only
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Press the k or j buttons until the desired setting is displayed on the LCD.
The current setting is indicated with an asterisk (*). The following settings
are available:
⇒ Aud. Only: Sends the audio signal from the selected source to the
SPEECH output.
⇒ Mic. Only: Sends the microphone input signals to the SPEECH
output.
⇒ Mic + Aud: Sends a mix of the audio signal from the selected source
and the microphone input signals to the SPEECH output.
NOTE: While setting the Speech Source Mix, the Speech Volume
level can be adjusted by turning the volume control clockwise to raise
the volume, or counterclockwise to lower the volume. When adjusting
the volume, the display will change to indicate the volume level.
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Set the Speech Bass Level
Press ENTER to save changes and return to the previous screen. To cancel
without saving changes, press MENU.
To set the Speech Bass level:
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Access the Speech Output menu as described on page 42.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Bass” is displayed on the LCD and press
ENTER to open the Speech Bass controls. The current bass level will be
displayed.
Speech Bass Controls
Speech Bass
0db
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Adjust the Speech Bass level with the j and k buttons. Press the k button
to increase the Speech Bass level. Press the j button to lower the Speech
Bass level.
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NOTE: While adjusting the Speech Bass level, the Speech Volume level
can be adjusted by turning the volume control clockwise to raise the
volume, or counterclockwise to lower the volume. When adjusting the
volume, the display will change to indicate the volume level.
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Set the Speech Treble Level
Press MENU or ENTER to save changes and return to the previous screen.
To set the Speech Treble level:
•
Access the Speech Output menu as described on page 42.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Treble” is displayed on the LCD and press
ENTER to open the Speech Treble controls. The current treble level will be
displayed.
Speech Treble Control
Speech Treble
0db
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Adjust the Speech Treble level with the j and k buttons. Press the k
button to increase the Speech Treble level. Press the j button to lower the
Speech Treble level.
NOTE: While adjusting the Speech Treble level, the Speech Volume level
can be adjusted by turning the volume control clockwise to raise the
volume, or counterclockwise to lower the volume. When adjusting the
volume, the display will change to indicate the volume level.
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Set the Speech Delay
Press MENU or ENTER to save changes and return to the previous screen.
To set the Speech Delay:
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Access the Speech Output menu as described on page 42.
•
Press the k or j buttons until “Speech Delay” is displayed on the LCD
and press ENTER to open the Speech Delay controls. The current speech
delay will be displayed.
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Speech Delay Control
Speech Delay
0ms
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Adjust the Speech Delay with the j and k buttons. Press the k button to
increase the delay. Press the j button to lower the delay. The highest delay
setting is 40 milliseconds.
NOTE: While adjusting the Speech Delay, the Speech Volume level can
be adjusted by turning the volume control clockwise to raise the volume, or
counterclockwise to lower the volume. When adjusting the volume, the
display will change to indicate the volume level.
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Change the Volume Control
Mode
Press MENU or ENTER to save changes and return to the previous screen.
The operating mode of the volume control knob can be set to adjust the program
volume, the speech volume, user-selectable program/speech volume, or the master
volume. To change the Volume Control Mode:
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Access the Speech Output menu as described on page 42.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Prog/Spch Vol.” is displayed on the LCD
and press ENTER to open the Volume Control Mode controls.
Volume Control Mode Control
Prog/Spch Vol.
Program Only
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Press the k or j buttons until the desired mode is displayed on the LCD
and press ENTER. The current setting is indicated with an asterisk (*). The
following settings are available:
⇒ Program Only: The front panel volume control will now only control
the output volume for PROG OUT (and SPEAKER 20W 8Ω if the
internal amplifier is used).
⇒ Speech Only: The front panel volume control will now only control
the output volume for SPEECH OUT.
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⇒ Pgm/Spch Sel.: The front panel volume control will allow the user to
select during operation if the knob affects the volume of PROG OUT
or SPEECH OUT.
⇒ Master Vol.: The front panel volume control will control the master
volume level, raising both the PROG OUT and SPEECH OUT
volumes simultaneously while retaining their current proportional
levels.
NOTE: While setting the Volume Control Mode, the Speech Volume level
can be adjusted by turning the volume control clockwise to raise the
volume, or counterclockwise to lower the volume. When adjusting the
volume, the display will change to indicate the volume level.
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Press ENTER to save changes and return to the Speech Output menu. To
cancel without saving changes, press MENU.
The MPS-200 ships with the Volume Control Mode set to the Master Vol. setting.
When switching the Volume Control Mode from the Master Vol. setting to either
the Program Only setting, the Speech Only setting, or the user selectable
Pgm/Spch Sel. setting, the Minimum and Maximum Volume levels for the
SPEECH and PROGRAM outputs must be set to ensure proper operation.
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Set the Volume Control Mode to Program Only, Speech Only, or
Pgm/Spch Sel. as described on page 45.
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Set the PROGRAM output’s Minimum and Maximum Volume levels to
30% and 70% (respectively) as described in the instructions on pages 39
and 40.
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Set the SPEECH output’s Minimum and Maximum Volume levels to 30%
and 70% (respectively) as described on page 47.
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Set the Startup Volume levels for the PROGRAM and SPEECH outputs
to 30% as described on pages 41 and 48.
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Set the Master Startup Volume to 100% to obtain the maximum dynamic
range for the installation. Refer to the instructions on page 52.
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Raise or lower the Startup Volume levels for the PROGRAM and
SPEECH outputs as necessary. These levels will determine the volume
level of the system each time it is turned on.
If the Volume Control Mode is to be returned to the Master Vol. setting from the
Program Only setting, the Speech Only setting, or the user selectable Pgm/Spch
Sel. setting, the Minimum and Maximum Volume levels for the SPEECH and
PROGRAM outputs must be set to ensure proper operation.
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Set the Volume Control Mode to Master Vol. as described on page 45.
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Set the PROGRAM output’s Minimum and Maximum Volume levels to
30% and 70% (respectively) as described in the instructions on pages 39
and 40.
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Set the SPEECH output’s Minimum and Maximum Volume levels to 30%
and 70% (respectively) as described on page 47.
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Set the Startup Volume levels of the “loudest” outputs (PROGRAM or
SPEECH) to 100% as described on pages 41 and 48 so maximum dynamic
range is available.
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Set the Speech Minimum
Volume
Set the Master Startup Volume to the desired level (will probably be less
than 50%). Refer to the instructions on page 52.
The Speech Minimum Volume control is used to set the lowest volume setting of the
SPEECH output. The RECORD and PROGRAM outputs are not affected by
changes made to the Speech Minimum Volume level.
To set the Speech Minimum Volume level:
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Access the Speech Output menu as described on page 42.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Min Volume” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER to open the Speech Minimum Volume controls.
Speech Minimum Volume Control
Spch. Min Volume
30%
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Adjust the Speech Minimum Volume level with the j and k buttons.
Press the k button to increase the Speech Minimum Volume level. Press
the j button to lower the Speech Minimum Volume level. The highest
Speech Minimum Volume setting is 30%.
NOTE: While adjusting the Speech Minimum Volume level, the Speech
Volume level can be adjusted by turning the volume control clockwise to
raise the volume, or counterclockwise to lower the volume. When adjusting
the volume, the display will change to indicate the volume level.
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Set the Speech Maximum
Volume
Press MENU or ENTER to save changes and return to the previous screen.
The Speech Maximum Volume control is used to set the highest volume setting of
the SPEECH output. The RECORD and PROGRAM outputs are not affected by
changes made to the Speech Maximum Volume level.
To set the Speech Maximum Volume level:
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Access the Speech Output menu as described on page 42.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Max Volume” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER to open the Speech Maximum Volume controls.
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Speech Maximum Volume Control
Spch. Max Volume
75%
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Adjust the Speech Maximum Volume level with the j and k buttons.
Press the k button to increase the Speech Maximum Volume level. Press
the j button to lower the Speech Maximum Volume level. The lowest
Speech Maximum Volume setting is 50%.
NOTE: While adjusting the Speech Maximum Volume level, the Speech
Volume level can be adjusted by turning the volume control clockwise to
raise the volume, or counterclockwise to lower the volume. When adjusting
the volume, the display will change to indicate the volume level.
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Adjust the Speech Startup
Volume
Press MENU or ENTER to save changes and return to the previous screen.
The Speech Startup Volume control is used to establish the SPEECH output’s
volume level setting when an input is selected. The RECORD and PROGRAM
outputs are not affected by changes made to the Speech Startup Volume level.
To adjust the Speech Startup Volume level:
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Access the Speech Output menu as described on page 42.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Startup Vol.” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER to open the Speech Startup Volume control.
Speech Startup Volume Control
Spch. Startup Vol.
30%
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Adjust the Speech Startup Volume level with the j and k buttons. Press
the k button to increase the Speech Startup Volume level. Press the j
button to lower the Speech Startup Volume level. The highest Speech
Startup Volume setting is 100%.
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NOTE: While adjusting the Speech Startup Volume level, the Speech
Volume level can be adjusted by turning the volume control clockwise to
raise the volume, or counterclockwise to lower the volume. When adjusting
the volume, the display will change to indicate the volume level.
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Press MENU or ENTER to save changes and return to the previous screen.
Record Output
The Record Output section of the Audio Setup menu is used to set the RECORD
output’s volume level, source mix, output mode, and startup volume. The
PROGRAM and SPEECH outputs are not affected by changes made to the Record
Output controls.
Access the Record Output
Menu
Set the Record Volume Level
To access the Record Output menu:
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Access the Audio Setup menu as described on page 37. The words “Audio
Setup” will be displayed.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Record Output” is displayed on the LCD
and press ENTER to open the Record Output menu.
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To return to the Audio Setup menu, press MENU.
To set the Record Volume level:
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Access the Record Output menu as described above.
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Adjust the Record Volume level by turning the volume control clockwise to
raise the volume, or counterclockwise to lower the volume. When adjusting
the Record Volume level, the display will change to indicate the volume
level.
NOTE: The Record Volume can only be used if the Fixed/Variable Mode
is set to "Variable". For more information, refer to “Set Fixed/Variable
Mode on page 50.
Set the Record Source Mix
To set the RECORD output’s source mix:
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Access the Record Output menu as described above.
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Press ENTER to open the Record Source Mix controls.
Record Source Mix Controls
Record Source Mix
Aud. Only
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Press the k or j buttons until the desired setting is displayed on the LCD.
The current setting is indicated with an asterisk (*). The following settings
are available:
⇒ Aud. Only: Sends the audio signal from the selected source to the
RECORD output.
⇒ Mic. Only: Sends the microphone input signals to the RECORD
output.
⇒ Mic + Aud: Sends a mix of the audio signal from the selected source
and the microphone input signals to the RECORD output.
NOTE: While setting the Record Source Mix, the Record Volume
level can be adjusted by turning the volume control clockwise to raise
the volume, or counterclockwise to lower the volume. When adjusting
the volume, the display will change to indicate the volume level.
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Set Fixed/Variable Mode
Press ENTER to save changes and return to the previous screen. To cancel
without saving changes, press MENU.
The RECORD output can be set to operate at a fixed level or a variable level. The
SPEECH and PROGRAM outputs are not affected by changes made to the
Fixed/Variable mode.
To adjust the Fixed/Variable Mode:
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Access the Record Output menu as described on page 49.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Fixed/Variable” is displayed on the LCD
and press ENTER to open the Fixed/Variable control.
Fixed/Variable Control
Rec. Fixed/Variable
Fixed
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Press the k or j buttons until the desired setting is displayed on the LCD.
The current setting is indicated with an asterisk (*). The following settings
are available:
⇒ Fixed: The RECORD output operates at a fixed level.
⇒ Variable: The RECORD output operates at a variable level.
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Press ENTER to save changes and return to the previous screen. To cancel
without saving changes, press MENU.
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The Record Startup Volume control is used to establish the RECORD output’s
volume level setting when an input is selected. The SPEECH and PROGRAM
outputs are not affected by changes made to the Record Startup Volume level.
NOTE: The Record Volume can only be used if the Fixed/Variable Mode is set to
"Variable". For more information, refer to “Set Fixed/Variable Mode on page 50.
To adjust the Record Startup Volume level:
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Access the Record Output menu as described on page 49.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Startup Vol.” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER to open the Record Startup Volume control.
Record Startup Volume Control
Rec. Startup Vol.
30%
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Adjust the Record Startup Volume level with the j and k buttons. Press
the k button to increase the Record Startup Volume level. Press the j
button to lower the Record Startup Volume level. The highest Record
Startup Volume setting is 100%.
NOTE: While adjusting the Record Startup Volume level, the Record
Volume level can be adjusted by turning the volume control clockwise to
raise the volume, or counterclockwise to lower the volume. When adjusting
the volume, the display will change to indicate the volume level.
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Press MENU or ENTER to save changes and return to the previous screen.
Input Compensation
The compensation level of each input can be set from the MPS-200’s front panel.
The line outputs are not affected by changes made to the input compensation level.
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To set the compensation level for an input:
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Access the Audio Setup menu described on page 37.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Input Compensation” is displayed on the
LCD and press ENTER to open the Select Input to Compensate controls as
shown in the following diagram.
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Select Input to Compensate
Input Compensation
Input 1 Comp.
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To select the input to compensate, press the k or j buttons until the
desired input is displayed and press ENTER.
Adjust Compensation Level
Input 1 Comp.
0db
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Adjust the compensation level with the j and k buttons. Press the k
button to increase the compensation level. Press the j button to lower the
compensation level. Compensation can range from -10db to 10db. A
compensation level of 0db will provide neutral compensation.
NOTE: While adjusting the compensation level, the master volume level
can be adjusted by turning the volume control clockwise to raise the
volume, or counterclockwise to lower the volume. When adjusting the
volume, the display will change to indicate the volume level.
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Press MENU or ENTER to save changes and return to the Select Input to
Compensate controls.
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Repeat for each input to be adjusted.
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Press MENU to save changes and return to the Audio Setup menu.
Master Startup Volume Control
The Master Startup Volume control is used to establish the volume level setting
when an input is selected. The RECORD output is not affected by changes made to
the Master Startup Volume level.
Adjust the Master Startup
Volume
To adjust the Master Startup Volume control:
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Access the Audio Setup menu as described on page 37.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Master Startup Vol.” is displayed on the
LCD and press ENTER to open the Master Startup Volume control.
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Master Startup Volume Control
Master Startup Vol.
30%
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Adjust the Master Startup Volume level with the j and k buttons. Press
the k button to increase the Master Startup Volume level. Press the j
button to lower the Master Startup Volume level. The highest Master
Startup Volume setting is 100%.
NOTE: While adjusting the Master Startup Volume level, the Master
Volume level can be adjusted by turning the volume control clockwise to
raise the volume, or counterclockwise to lower the volume. When adjusting
the volume, the display will change to indicate the volume level.
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Press MENU or ENTER to save changes and return to the previous screen.
Microphones
The MPS-200 can be connected to two microphones that are channeled to the
SPEECH outputs and can be incorporated into the RECORD and PROGRAM
outputs. The microphone inputs feature switchable gating and can provide phantom
power to microphones requiring phantom power.
Access the Microphone Menu
Switch Microphone Gating
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To access the Microphone menu:
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Access the Audio Setup menu as described on page 37.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Microphones” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER to open the Microphones menu.
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To return to the Audio Setup menu, press MENU.
Microphone gating can be individually set on each microphone input. To switch
microphone gating on or off:
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Access the Microphone menu as described above.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Mic 1 Gating” or “Mic 2 Gating” is
displayed on the LCD and press ENTER to open the Microphone Gating
control.
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Microphone Gating Control (MIC 1 shown)
Mic 1 Gating
OFF
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Press the k or j buttons until the desired setting is displayed on the LCD
and press ENTER to save the setting. The current setting is indicated with
an asterisk (*). The following settings are available:
⇒ OFF: The gating function for the selected microphone input is
disabled.
⇒ ON: The gating function for the selected microphone input is enabled.
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Switch Phantom Power
To exit the Microphone Gating control without saving changes, press
MENU.
Phantom power for the microphone inputs can be switched on or off. To switch
phantom power on or off:
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Access the Microphone menu as described on page 53.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Phantom Power” is displayed on the LCD
and press ENTER to open the Phantom Power control.
Phantom Power Control
Phantom Power
Off
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Press the k or j buttons until the desired setting is displayed on the LCD
and press ENTER to save the setting. The current setting is indicated with
an asterisk (*). The following settings are available:
⇒ OFF: Phantom power to the microphone inputs is disabled.
⇒ ON: Phantom power to the microphone inputs is enabled.
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Adjust Microphone Gain
To exit the Phantom Power control without saving changes, press MENU.
The gain for each microphone input can be individually set. To adjust the gain of a
microphone input:
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Access the Microphone menu as described on page 53.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Mic 1 Gain” or “Mic 2 Gain” is displayed
on the LCD and press ENTER to open the Microphone Gain control.
Microphone Gain Control (MIC 1 shown)
Mic 1 Gain
0%
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Press the k or j buttons until the desired setting is displayed on the LCD
and press ENTER to save the setting.
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To exit the Microphone Gain control without saving changes, press MENU.
Video Setup
The video characteristics of the MPS-200 can be configured from the front panel
using the Video Setup menu.
Access the Video Setup
Menu
Name Video Inputs
To access the Video Setup menu:
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Access the menu as described on page 35. Press the k or j buttons until
“Video Setup” is displayed on the LCD.
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Press ENTER to open the Video Setup menu.
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To exit the Video Setup menu, press MENU.
The MPS-200 ships with default names assigned to each of the inputs. Input 1 is
called “BNC 1”. Input 2 is called “BNC 2”. Input 3 is called “BNC 3”. Input 4 is
called “BNC 4”. Input 5 is called “RGBHV 5”. Input 6 is called “RGBHV 6. Input 7
is called “RGBHV 7”. Input 8 is called “RGBHV 8”. To change the input names:
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Access the Video Setup menu as described above.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Input Names” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER to open the Input Naming menu.
Select Input to Name
Sel. Input To Name
1:BNC 1
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Press the k or j buttons until the input to be named is displayed on the
LCD and press ENTER. The cursor is placed after the last character in the
input name.
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Name the Input
BNC 1_
DEL
Select Input Type
INS
<
>
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Turn the volume control clockwise or counterclockwise (or press the k or
j buttons) to select a new letter (uppercase or lowercase) or number. Move
the cursor by pressing the soft buttons labeled < or >. Each input name can
be up to 14 characters in length. To delete a character, position the cursor
under the character to be deleted and press the soft button labeled DEL. To
insert a space, position the cursor where the space is to be inserted and
press the soft button labeled INS.
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Press ENTER to save the new name and return to the Input Naming menu
or press MENU to cancel the operation and return to the Input Naming
menu.
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After all inputs have been named, press MENU to return to the Video Setup
menu.
The four BNC video inputs of the MPS-200 can accept composite, S-video, or
component signals. Specifying the input signal type determines which of the output
connectors receives the selected input signal. To specify the signal types expected by
each of the inputs:
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Access the Video Setup menu as described on page 55.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Input Types” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER to open the Input Type menu.
Select Input Type Menu
Sel. Input Type
1:BNC 1
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Press the k or j buttons to select the video input to be configured and
press ENTER. The current setting is indicated with an asterisk (*).
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Press the k or j buttons until the desired input type is displayed.
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Select Input Type
Select Input 1 Type
* Composite
Name Video Outputs
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Press ENTER to save the input type and return to the Select Input Type
menu or press MENU to cancel the operation and return to the Select Input
Type menu.
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After all inputs have been configured, press MENU to return to the Video
Setup menu.
The MPS-200 ships with default names assigned to each of the outputs. Output 1 is
called “PROJECTOR”. Output 2 is called “TOUCHPANEL”. To change the output
names:
•
Access the Video Setup menu as described on page 55.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Output Names” is displayed on the LCD
and Press ENTER to open the Output Naming menu.
Select Output to Name
Sel. Output To Name
1:PROJECTOR
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Press the k or j buttons until the output to be named is displayed on the
LCD and press ENTER. The cursor is placed after the last character in the
output name.
Name the Output
PROJECTOR_
DEL
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INS
<
>
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Turn the volume control clockwise or counterclockwise (or press the k or
j buttons) to select a new letter (uppercase or lowercase) or number. Move
the cursor by pressing the soft buttons labeled < or >. Each output name can
be up to 14 characters in length. To delete a character, position the cursor
under the character to be deleted and press the soft button labeled DEL. To
insert a space, position the cursor where the space is to be inserted and
press the soft button labeled INS.
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Press ENTER to save the new name and return to the Output Naming menu
or press MENU to cancel the operation and return to the Output Naming
menu.
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After all outputs have been named, press MENU to return to the Video
Setup menu.
Network Setup
The network settings of the MPS-200 can be configured and reviewed from the front
panel using the Network Setup menu.
NOTE: Some changes to network settings may require a reboot to take effect. The
system will automatically reboot when necessary.
Access the Network Setup
Menu
Set the IP Address
To access the Network Setup menu:
•
Access the menu as described on page 35. Press the k or j buttons until
“Network Setup” is displayed on the LCD.
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Press ENTER to open the Network Setup menu.
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To exit the Network Setup menu, press MENU.
The MPS-200 uses TCP/IP communications for communications between network
devices, a PC, and RoomView Help Desk software. The IP address can be manually
set or obtained from a DHCP server. For information on using DHCP to obtain an IP
address, refer to “Set the DHCP Mode” on page 60. To manually set an IP address:
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Access the Network Setup menu as described above.
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Press the k or j buttons until “IP Address” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER to display the IP Address controls. The current IP address
will be displayed.
Display the IP Address
IP Address
[000]
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000.
000.
000
Turn the volume control clockwise or counterclockwise to select a number
in the left-most section of the IP address. You can also press the k or j
buttons to select a number.
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Press ENTER to move the cursor to the next section of the address. To
change a different section, press the soft button under the section to be
changed.
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Repeat the previous two steps until the entire IP address is set.
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To save the new address and return to the Network Setup menu, move the
cursor to the right-most section and press ENTER. To cancel the operation
and return to the Network Setup menu, press MENU.
The MPS-200 can be configured to use an IP Subnet Mask for TCP/IP
communications. To set the address of the IP Subnet Mask:
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Access the Network Setup menu as described on page 58.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Subnet Mask” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER to display the Subnet Mask controls. The current IP address
of the Subnet Mask will be displayed.
Display the IP Subnet Mask Address
Subnet Mask
[000]
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000.
000.
000
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Turn the volume control clockwise or counterclockwise to select a number.
You can also press the k or j buttons to select a number.
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Press ENTER to move the cursor to the next section of the address. To
change a different section, press the soft button under the section to be
changed.
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Repeat the previous two steps until the entire Subnet Mask IP address is set.
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To save the new address and return to the Network Setup menu, move the
cursor to the right-most section and press ENTER. To cancel the operation
and return to the Network Setup menu, press MENU.
The MPS-200 can be configured to use a Default Router for TCP/IP
communications. To set the IP address of the Default Router:
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Access the Network Setup menu as described on page 58.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Def. Router” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER to display the Default Router controls. The current IP
address of the Default Router will be displayed.
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Display the Default Router Address
Def. Router
[000]
Set the DHCP Mode
000.
000.
000
•
Turn the volume control clockwise or counterclockwise to select a number.
You can also press the k or j buttons to select a number.
•
Press ENTER to move the cursor to the next section of the address. To
change a different section, press the soft button under the section to be
changed.
•
Repeat the previous two steps until the entire Default Router IP address is
set.
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To save the new address and return to the Network Setup menu, move the
cursor to the right-most section and press ENTER. To cancel the operation
and return to the Network Setup menu, press MENU.
The IP address can be obtained from a DHCP server or manually set. For
information on manually setting the IP address, refer to “Set the IP Address” on page
58. To set the DHCP mode:
•
Access the Network Setup menu as described on page 58.
•
Press the k or j buttons until “DHCP” is displayed on the LCD and press
ENTER to display the DHCP controls.
DHCP Settings
DHCP
*On
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Press k and j buttons to toggle between On and Off. The current setting
is indicated with an asterisk (*).
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To save the setting and return to the Network Setup menu, press ENTER.
To cancel the operation and return to the Network Setup menu, press
MENU.
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The MPS-200 can use a WINS server to obtain an IP address. To set the WINS
mode:
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Access the Network Setup menu as described on page 58.
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Press the k or j buttons until “WINS” is displayed on the LCD and press
ENTER button to display the WINS controls.
Display the WINS Mode
WINS
On
View and Set the Hostname
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Press the k and j buttons to toggle between On and Off. The current
setting is indicated with an asterisk (*).
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To save the setting and return to the Network Setup menu, press ENTER.
To cancel the operation and return to the Network Setup menu, press
MENU.
The MPS-200 can be recognized by its hostname in a networked environment. To
view and set the hostname:
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Access the Network Setup menu as described on page 58.
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Press the k or j buttons until “HostName” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER to display the Hostname controls. The current Hostname will
be displayed.
Display the Hostname
HostName
MPS-200-00107EA01223
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Press ENTER to change the Hostname. A cursor is placed after the last
character in the Hostname.
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MPS-200-00107EA0122_
DEL
View and Set the Domain
Name
INS
<
>
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Turn the volume control clockwise or counterclockwise (or press the k or
j buttons) to select a new letter (uppercase or lowercase) or number. Move
the cursor by pressing the soft buttons labeled < or >. The Hostname can be
up to 64 characters in length. To delete a character, position the cursor
under the character to be deleted and press the soft button labeled DEL. To
insert a space, position the cursor where the space is to be inserted and
press the soft button labeled INS.
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To save the new name and return to the Network Setup menu, press
ENTER. To cancel the operation and return to the Hostname display, press
MENU.
Some networks may require a Domain name to resolve the hostname. To view and
set the Domain name:
•
Access the Network Setup menu as described on page 58.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Domain Name” is displayed on the LCD
and press ENTER to display the Domain name controls. The current
Domain name (if entered) will be displayed.
Display the Domain Name
Domain Name
corporate.crestron.
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Press ENTER to change the Domain name. A cursor is placed after the last
character in the Domain name.
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Change the Domain Name
corporate.company.c
DEL
Set the RoomView Mode
INS
<
>
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Turn the volume control clockwise or counterclockwise (or press the k or
j buttons) to select a new letter (uppercase or lowercase) or number. Move
the cursor by pressing the soft buttons labeled < or >. The Domain name
can be up to 64 characters in length. To delete a character, position the
cursor under the character to be deleted and press the soft button labeled
DEL. To insert a space, position the cursor where the space is to be inserted
and press the soft button labeled INS.
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To save the new name and return to the Network Setup menu, press
ENTER. To cancel the operation and return to the Domain name display,
press MENU.
The MPS-200 can be configured to report to RoomView Express (formerly known as
RoomView 6.0) or RoomView Server Edition (formerly known as RoomView 7.0).
To set the version of RoomView:
•
Access the Network Setup menu as described on page 58.
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Press the k or j buttons until “RoomView” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER to display the RoomView controls.
Display the RoomView Settings
RoomView
*RV None
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Press the k and j buttons to toggle between RV 6.0 (RoomView
Express), RV 7.0 (RoomView Server Edition), or RV None. The current
setting is indicated with an asterisk (*). When set to RoomView None, the
MPS-200 will not report any status information.
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To save the setting and return to the Network Setup menu, press ENTER.
To cancel the operation and return to the Network Setup menu, press
MENU.
For more information on using RoomView, refer to the RoomView help file.
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The MPS-200 can display its MAC address. To view the MAC address:
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Access the Network Setup menu as described on page 58.
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Press the k or j buttons until “MAC Address” is displayed on the LCD
and press ENTER to display the MAC address.
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Press MENU to return to the Network Setup menu.
Control Setup
Basic control system operations can be performed from the MPS-200 front panel
using the Control Setup menu.
Access the Control Setup
Menu
Change the Backlight Level
To access the Control Setup menu:
•
Access the menu as described on page 35. Press the k or j buttons until
“Control Setup” is displayed on the LCD.
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Press ENTER to open the Control Setup menu.
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To exit the Control Setup menu, press MENU.
The brightness of the LCD’s backlight can be adjusted for ease of viewing. To adjust
the brightness level from the front panel:
•
Access the Control Setup menu as described above.
•
Press the k or j buttons until “Backlight” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER to display the Select Brightness controls.
Display the Select Brightness Controls
Select Brightness
Bklt Low
Name the Function Buttons
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Press the j or k buttons to select a brightness level (low, medium, or
high). The current level is indicated with an asterisk (*).
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To save the setting and return to the Control Setup menu, press ENTER.
To cancel the operation and return to the Control Setup menu, press
MENU.
The MPS-200 ships with default names assigned to each of the five function buttons.
Button 1 is called “MUTE”. Button 2 is called “SCREEN DOWN”. Button 3 is
called “SCREEN UP”. Button 4 is called “LIGHTS PRESET 1”. Button 5 is called
“LIGHTS PRESET 2”. Function names can be changed from the front panel.
To change the function names:
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Access the Control Setup menu as described above.
•
Press the k or j buttons until “Functions” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER to display the Function Naming menu.
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Select Function to Name
Select Fct. To Name
1:MUTE
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Press the k or j buttons until the function to be named is displayed on the
LCD and press ENTER. The cursor is placed after the last character in the
function name.
Name the Function
MUTE_
DEL
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INS
<
>
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Turn the volume control clockwise or counterclockwise (or press the k or
j buttons) to select a new letter (uppercase or lowercase) or number. Move
the cursor by pressing the soft buttons labeled < or >. Each function name
can be up to 14 characters in length. To delete a character, position the
cursor under the character to be deleted and press the soft button labeled
DEL. To insert a space, position the cursor where the space is to be inserted
and press the soft button labeled INS.
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Press ENTER to save the new name and return to the Function Naming
menu or press MENU to cancel the operation and return to the Function
Naming menu.
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After all functions have been named, press MENU to return to the Control
Setup menu.
Use the front panel to identify the presence of Cresnet devices such as APAD,
C2N-DB12, CNX-B12, and C2N-FTB keypads, C2N-MNETGW gateways, CLS-C6
lighting systems, and QM-AMP amplifiers:
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Access the Control Setup menu as described on page 64.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Devices” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER.
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The MPS-200 will poll the Cresnet network to detect Cresnet devices. The
display will prompt the user to press ENTER to ID all devices.
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ID Devices Prompt
Press ENTER to ID
all devices.
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Press ENTER to continue the identification process, the MPS-200 will
clear all device settings and prompt the user to select the device type to be
identified.
Select Device Type
Select device type
APAD
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Press the k or j buttons until the device type to be identified is displayed
on the LCD and press ENTER. The buttons (or SETUP LEDs) of the
selected device type will flash. Press a button (or the SETUP button) on the
selected device type to identify the device.
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Repeat for all other device types that are connected to the MPS-200.
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Press the MENU button to return to the menu.
NOTE: For information on using the front panel and input devices with the
MPS-200, refer to “Operation” on page 74.
NOTE: If a C2N-MNETGW has been identified, infiNET switches and dimmers
must still be identified with Crestron Toolbox. Refer to the respective infiNET
switch and dimmer manuals for more information.
Upgrade Connected APADs
APAD devices may need to be programmed to work with the MPS-200. If a
connected APAD does not display controls for the MPS-200, perform the following.
•
Access the Control Setup menu as described on page 64.
•
Press the k or j buttons until “APAD Upgrade” is displayed on the LCD
and press ENTER to display the APAD Upgrade controls.
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Display the APAD Upgrade Controls
Upgrade APAD
Yes
Change the Front Panel
Password
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To upgrade the APAD, press the k or j buttons until “Yes” is displayed
on the LCD and press ENTER. The MPS-200 will upgrade the APAD’s
firmware (if necessary) and copy the required files to the APAD.
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To cancel the upgrade procedure without starting the upgrade process, press
the k or j buttons until “No” is displayed on the LCD and press ENTER.
Alternatively, you can press MENU to return to the Control Setup menu.
The front panel password can be changed from the front panel:
•
Access the Control Setup menu as described on page 64.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Password” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER to display the Change Password controls.
Display the Change Password Controls
Change Passwd:
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Turn the volume control to select the first digit in the password.
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Press the k button to move the cursor to the next digit and select the next
digit in the password with the volume control. The maximum password
length is 20 digits. Press the j button to move to the previous digit.
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To save the new password and return to the Control Setup menu, press
ENTER.
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To cancel the process without saving any changes, press MENU. The
display will return to the Control Setup menu.
Use the front panel to view information about the MPS-200. Information that can be
viewed includes program information, hardware information, network information,
and operating system information.
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NOTE: This information can be viewed using Crestron Toolbox. For more
information, refer to the Crestron Toolbox help file.
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Access the Control Setup menu as described on page 64.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Info” is displayed on the LCD and press
ENTER to display the Info menu.
Display the Info Menu
Info
REMS
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HW
NET
OPS
To view program information, press the soft button labeled REMS.
Display the Program Information
Program Boot Directo
<<
>>
⇒ Press the k or j buttons to see other information. If partial
information is displayed, press the soft buttons labeled << or >> to
view the rest of the information.
⇒ Press the MENU button to return to the Info menu.
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To view hardware information, press the soft button labeled HW.
Display the Hardware Information
Current Hardware Con
<<
>>
⇒ Press the k or j buttons to see other information. If partial
information is displayed, press the soft buttons labeled << or >> to
view the rest of the information.
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⇒ Press the MENU button to return to the Info menu.
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To view a list of connected network devices, press the soft button labeled
NET.
Display Connected Network Devices
2E:
APAD LCD 6-bu
<<
>>
⇒ Press the k or j buttons to see other network devices. If the
information for a network device is partially displayed, press the soft
buttons labeled << or >> to view the rest of the information.
⇒ Press the MENU button to return to the Info menu.
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To view information on the MPS-200 operating system, press the soft
button labeled OPS.
Display Operating System Information
MPS-100 Cntrl Eng [v
<<
>>
⇒ Press the soft buttons labeled << or >> to view the information that
cannot fit on the display.
⇒ Press the MENU button to return to the Info menu.
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To return to the Control Setup menu, press MENU.
The MPS-200 stores system messages in a message log. The presence of new
messages in the log is indicated when the MSG LED is lit. To review system
messages using the front panel:
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Access the Control Setup menu as described on page 64.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Messages” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER to display the Message controls.
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Display the Message Controls
System log:
Top
Clear
<<
>>
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To scroll through messages in the log, press the k or j buttons.
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To jump to the beginning of the log, press the soft button labeled Top.
•
To jump to the last message in the long, press the soft button labeled Btm
(not shown).
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To view the contents of a message press the soft buttons labeled << or >>.
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To erase the contents of the log, press the soft button labeled Clear.
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Press MENU to return to the Control Setup menu.
NOTE: The contents of the message log can be read and saved using Crestron
Toolbox. For more information, refer to the Crestron Toolbox help file.
Set the Date and Time
Use the front panel to set the MPS-200’s date and time.
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Access the Control Setup menu as described on page 64.
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Press the k or j buttons until “Time/Date” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER to display the Time/Date controls.
Display the Time/Date Controls
10/16/06 04:08:25PM
DATE
•
TIME
To set the date, press the soft button labeled DATE. The Date controls will
be displayed.
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Display the Date Controls
DATE: 10/16/2006
MO
DAY
YR
⇒ To set the month, press the soft button labeled MO. To set the day,
press the soft button labeled DAY. To set the year, press the soft button
labeled YR. A pair of brackets will appear around the selected part of
the date.
⇒ Press the k or j buttons to increase or decrease the value of the
selected part of the date.
⇒ Repeat for each part of the date.
⇒ Press ENTER to store the new date and return to the Time/Date
controls or press MENU to return to the Time/Date controls without
saving any changes.
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To set the time, press the soft button labeled TIME.
Display the Time Controls
TIME: 05:02:32PM
HR
MIN
AM/PM
⇒ To set the hour, press the soft button labeled HR. To set the minute,
press the soft button labeled MIN. To set AM or PM, press the soft
button labeled AM/PM. A pair of brackets will appear around the
selected part of the time.
⇒ Press the k or j buttons to increase or decrease the value of the
selected part of the time.
⇒ Repeat for each part of the time.
⇒ Press ENTER to store the new time and return to the Time/Date
controls or press MENU to return to the Time/Date controls without
saving any changes.
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To return to the Control Setup menu, press MENU.
NOTE: The date and time can be set using Crestron Toolbox. For more
information, refer to the Crestron Toolbox help file.
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Restore Default Settings
Crestron MPS-200
The MPS-200 can be restored to its default factory settings from the front panel.
Users can select to restore the audio settings or to restore the audio settings, source
names, output names, and function names.
•
To restore audio settings only:
⇒ Access the Control Setup menu as described on page 64.
⇒ Press the k or j buttons until “Defaults” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER to display the Restore Defaults menu.
Restore Defaults Menu-Audio Settings Only
Restore Defaults
Aud. settings only
⇒ Press the k or j buttons until “Aud. settings only” is displayed on the
LCD and press ENTER.
Confirm Restore Audio Default Settings Only
Reset all audio?
No
⇒ Press the k or j buttons until “Yes” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER to restore the audio settings to the factory defaults. To
cancel, press the k or j buttons until “No” is displayed on the LCD
and press ENTER.
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To restore all factory default settings:
⇒ Access the Control Setup menu as described on page 64.
⇒ Press the k or j buttons until “Defaults” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER to display the Restore Defaults menu.
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Restore Defaults Menu-All Settings
Restore Defaults
All settings
⇒ Press the k or j buttons until “All settings” is displayed on the LCD
and press ENTER.
Confirm Restore All Default Settings Only
Reset all settings?
No
⇒ Press the k or j buttons until “Yes” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER to restore the audio settings, source names, output
names, and function names to the factory defaults. To cancel, press the
k or j buttons until “No” is displayed on the LCD and press
ENTER.
•
To cancel:
⇒ Press the k or j buttons until “Abort” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER. The restore operation will be cancelled.
Cancel Restore Operation
Restore Defaults
Abort
Front Panel Lock Control
The MPS-200’s front panel controls can be locked to prevent operational changes
from the buttons on the front of the MPS-200. While locked, the menu can be
accessed by pressing the MENU button. To open the Front Panel Lock control:
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Press the k or j buttons until “Front Panel” is displayed on the LCD and
press ENTER to display the Front Panel control.
Front Panel Lock Controls
Front Panel Lock:
On
•
Press the k or j buttons to toggle between On and Off. The current setting
is indicated with an asterisk (*).
•
Press ENTER to save the new setting and return to the Control Setup
menu.
Operation
Using the out-of-the-box functionality, the MPS-200 can be operated from the front
panel, an APAD, a 12-button keypad such as the CNX-B12 or the C2N-DB12, or the
C2N-FTB FlipTop Control Center.
Control from the Front Panel
The following describes operation of a system when using the out-of-the-box
functionality and the front panel. If a custom program has been created, the system
may function differently.
Turn On the System
To turn on the system:
1.
Select an output by pressing either of the output buttons (PROJ or
TOUCH PANEL). Pressing the button labeled PROJ will route the video
signal to a projector. Pressing the button labeled TOUCH PANEL will
route the video signal to a Crestron touchpanel.
2.
Select any of the source inputs by pressing an input button (BNC 1, BNC 2,
BNC 3, BNC 4, RGBHV 5, RGBHV 6, RGBHV 7, or RGBHV 8).
NOTE: If the projector output was selected (by pressing PROJ), the
display will prompt the user to turn on the projector.
Turn Off the System
To turn off the system, press the SYS PWR button twice.
NOTE: If the projector output was selected (output button 1), the display will
prompt the user to turn off the projector.
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Press the function button labeled SCREEN DOWN to lower the projector screen.
NOTE: This function will only work if a projection screen’s control lines have been
connected to RELAY 1 (up control) and RELAY 2 (down control).
Raise the Projection Screen
Press the button labeled SCREEN UP to raise the projector screen.
NOTE: This function will only work if a projection screen’s control lines have been
connected to RELAY 1 (up control) and RELAY 2 (down control).
Adjust the Volume Level
The volume control of the MPS-200 consists of three parts; a program volume
control, a speech volume control, and a master volume control. The program and
speech volumes can be controlled independently of each other or can be jointly
controlled from the master volume control as shown in the following diagram.
MPS-200 Volume Control System
PROGRAM volume is set to Program Start volume when
SYS PWR is pressed.
Min
Max
Start PROGRAM
Vol
Vol
Vol
Vol
100% (+20dB)
Max
80% (0dB)
Min
Min
SPEECH volume is set to Speech Start volume when
SYS PWR is pressed.
SPEECH
Min
Max
Start
Vol
Vol
Vol
Vol
100% (+20dB)
Max
Max
80% (0dB)
Min
Min
0% (-80dB)
Min
Max
Min
0% (-80dB)
100%
Start
Vol
Master
Vol
MASTER volume is set to Master Start
volume when SYS PWR is pressed.
0%
The volume level of the MPS-200 is adjusted with the volume control knob. The
volume control knob will only control the volume parameter that was selected when
the Volume Control Mode was specified as described on 45.
NOTE: If the volume control mode is set to the user-selectable mode, press the soft
button labeled “PGM VOL” to control the PROGRAM output volume or the soft
button labeled “SPCH VOL” to control the SPEECH output volume.
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Raise the volume: Turn the volume control clockwise. The volume level
will be displayed on the LCD.
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Mute Audio
Adjust Lighting
Crestron MPS-200
Lower the volume: Turn the volume control counterclockwise. The
volume level will be displayed on the LCD.
The audio output of the MPS-200 can be muted with the MUTE button.
•
Mute the audio output: Press the button labeled MUTE.
•
Unmute the audio output: Press the MUTE button again.
To set lighting to one of two preset lighting values, press either LIGHTS PRE 1 or
LIGHTS PRE 2.
NOTE: This function will only work if a CLS-C6, infiNET switch, or infiNET
dimmer was previously identified and connected to the MPS-200. The CLS-C6 can
be identified as a Cresnet device in the MPS-200 setup screens as described on page
65. Crestron’s infiNET switches and dimmers require a C2N-MNETGW to be
identified as described on page 65 in addition to identifying the individual switch
and/or dimmer with a unique identity code (MNET ID) using Crestron Toolbox.
CLW-DIM1RF and CLW-DIMS1RF dimmers use MNET IDs 03 and 04 while
CLW-SW1RF and CLW-SWS1RF switches use MNET IDs 05 and 06. For
information on identifying infiNET switches and dimmers, refer to the Crestron
Toolbox help file.
Control from an APAD
The following describes operation of the system when using the out-of-the-box
functionality and an APAD Wall Mount LCD Controller. If a custom program has
been created, the system may function differently.
The APAD has six buttons and a Nav Wheel as shown in the following diagram.
APAD Buttons
Soft Buttons
Power Button
Soft Button
Nav Wheel
When switching sources from the APAD, the MPS-200 will route the signal to the
projector output and then route the signal to the touchpanel output.
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To turn on the system:
1.
Press the soft button labeled Source to display a list of available sources.
2.
Turn the Nav Wheel to highlight the desired source (BNC 1, BNC 2, BNC
3, BNC 4, RGBHV 5, RGBHV 6, RGBHV 7, or RGBHV 8).
NOTE: Typically, signal routing information is not displayed on the front
panel of the MPS-200. However, if an output button on the MPS-200 was
pressed at any point during operation, routing information will be displayed
and updated should any changes to routing be made.
3.
Turn Off the System
Raise or Lower the Projection
Screen
Press the soft button labeled Select to route the source to the projector and
touchpanel output.
To turn off the system:
1.
Press the Power button.
2.
Press the soft button labeled Sys. Off.
3.
Press the soft button labeled Yes to confirm. The display will indicate that
the system is turning off.
To raise or lower the projection screen:
1.
Press the soft button labeled Environ.
2.
Press the soft button labeled Screen.
3.
To raise the projection screen, press the soft button labeled Up. To lower
the projection screen, press the soft button labeled Down. The display will
indicate the status of the projection screen. The front panel of the MPS-200
will indicate the screen’s status.
NOTE: This function will only work if a projection screen’s control lines have been
connected to RELAY 1 (up control) and RELAY 2 (down control).
Adjust the Volume Level
The volume level of the MPS-200 is adjusted with the Nav wheel.
The volume controlled by the APAD is determined by the volume control mode
setting. If the volume control mode was set to MASTER VOLUME, then the
APAD will control the master volume. Otherwise, the APAD will control the
program volume only. For more information on the volume control mode, refer to
page 45.
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Raise the volume: Turn the Nav wheel clockwise. The volume level will
be displayed on the LCD.
•
Lower the volume: Turn the Nav wheel counterclockwise. The volume
level will be displayed on the LCD.
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Mute Audio
Crestron MPS-200
The audio output of the MPS-200 can be muted with the APAD.
•
To Mute the audio output:
⇒ Press the power button
⇒ Press the soft button labeled Mute. The display will indicate that the
audio output is muted. The front panel of the MPS-200 will indicate the
status of the mute function.
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To Unmute the audio output:
⇒ Press the soft button labeled Unmute.
Adjust Lighting
To set lighting to one of two preset lighting values:
1.
Press the soft button labeled Environ.
2.
Press the soft button labeled Lights.
3.
Turn the Nav wheel to highlight the desired lighting preset and press the
soft button labeled Select. The front panel of the MPS-200 will indicate the
selected preset light setting.
4.
Press the soft button labeled Back to return to the lighting controls.
NOTE: This function will only work if a CLS-C6, infiNET switch, or infiNET
dimmer was previously identified and connected to the MPS-200. The CLS-C6 can
be identified as a Cresnet device in the MPS-200 setup screens as described on page
65. Crestron’s infiNET switches and dimmers require a C2N-MNETGW to be
identified as described on page 65 in addition to identifying the individual switch
and/or dimmer with a unique identity code (MNET ID) using Crestron Toolbox.
CLW-DIM1RF and CLW-DIMS1RF dimmers use MNET IDs 03 and 04 while
CLW-SW1RF and CLW-SWS1RF switches use MNET IDs 05 and 06. For
information on identifying infiNET switches and dimmers, refer to the Crestron
Toolbox help file.
Raise or Lower Drapes
To raise or lower the drapes:
1.
Press the soft button labeled Environ.
2.
Press the soft button labeled Drapes.
3.
To raise the drapes, press the soft button labeled Up. To lower the drapes,
press the soft button labeled Down. The display will indicate the status of
the drapes.
NOTE: This function will only work if a drape controller has been configured in
Crestron SystemBuilder or SIMPL Windows and connected to the MPS-200.
Control from a Keypad
The following describes operation of the system when using the out-of-the-box
functionality and either a C2N-DB12 or CNX-B12 keypad. If a custom program has
been created, the MPS-200 may function differently.
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NOTE: Buttons for the keypad are custom engraved using Crestron SystemBuilder
software. For instructions on installing the buttons on the keypad, refer to the
keypad’s guide.
The keypad has twelve buttons as shown in the following diagram.
C2N-DB12 Buttons
BNC 1
POWER
BNC 2
BNC 3
BNC 4
RGBHV 5
RGBHV 6
MUTE
RGBHV 7
VOL UP
RGBHV 8
VOL DOWN
NOTE: Custom buttons can be created using Crestron Engraver software. For
instructions on installing the custom buttons, refer to the keypad guide.
When switching sources from the keypad, the MPS-200 will route the signal to the
projector output and then route the signal to the touchpanel output.
Turn On the System
To turn on the system, press any of the source buttons on the left-side of the button
pad.
NOTE: Typically, signal routing information is not displayed on the front panel of
the MPS-200. However, if an output button on the MPS-200 was pressed at any
point during operation, routing information will be displayed and updated should any
changes to routing be made.
Turn Off the System
To turn off the system, press the POWER button.
Adjust the Volume Level
To raise the volume level, press the VOL UP button. To lower the volume, press the
VOL DOWN button. The volume buttons will only control the volume parameter
that was selected when the Volume Control Mode was specified as described on
page 45.
Mute Audio
To mute the audio output, press the MUTE button. To unmute, press the MUTE
button again. The front panel of the MPS-200 will indicate the status of the mute
function.
Control from a C2N-FTB
The following describes operation of the system when using the out-of-the-box
functionality and a C2N-FTB FlipTop Control Center. If a custom program has been
created, the MPS-200 may function differently.
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NOTE: Buttons for the keypad are custom engraved using Crestron SystemBuilder
software. For instructions on installing the buttons on the control center, refer to the
control center’s guide.
The control center has 10 buttons as shown in the following diagram.
C2N-FTB Buttons
Button 1: Power
Button 2: BNC 1
Button 3: BNC 3
Button 4: RGBHV 5
Button 5: RGBHV 7
Button 6: BNC 2
Button 7: BNC 4
Button 8: RGBHV 6
Button 9: RGBHV 8
Button 10: Lights Pre 1
Button 11: Lights Pre 2
Button 12: Screen
Button 13: Mute
Button 14: Volume Up
Button 15: Volume Down
1
10
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
11
12
13
14
15
PWR
NET
NOTE: Custom buttons can be created using Crestron Engraver software. For
instructions on installing the custom buttons, refer to the C2N-FTB guide.
When switching sources from the C2N-FTB, the MPS-200 will route the signal to
the projector output and then route the signal to the touchpanel output.
Turn On the System
To turn on the system, press any of the source buttons on the control center.
NOTE: Typically, signal routing information is not displayed on the front panel of
the MPS-200. However, if an output button on the MPS-200 was pressed at any
point during operation, routing information will be displayed and updated should any
changes to routing be made.
Turn Off the MPS-200
To turn off the system, press the POWER button.
Raise or Lower the Projection
Screen
To raise or lower the projection screen, press the SCREEN button. The front panel
of the MPS-200 will also indicate the screen’s status.
NOTE: This function will only work if a projection screen’s control lines have been
connected to RELAY 1 (up control) and RELAY 2 (down control).
Adjust the Volume Level
To raise the volume level, press the VOL UP button. To lower the volume, press the
VOL DOWN button. The volume control buttons will only control the volume
parameter that was selected when the Volume Control Mode was specified as
described on page 45.
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Mute Audio
To mute the audio output, press the MUTE button. To unmute, press the MUTE
button again. The front panel of the MPS-200 will indicate the status of the mute
function.
Adjust Lighting
To toggle between preset light settings, press either of the LIGHTS buttons. The
front panel of the MPS-200 will indicate the selected preset light setting.
NOTE: This function will only work if a CLS-C6, infiNET switch, or infiNET
dimmer was previously identified and connected to the MPS-200. The CLS-C6 can
be identified as a Cresnet device in the MPS-200 setup screens as described on page
65. Crestron’s infiNET switches and dimmers require a C2N-MNETGW to be
identified as described on page 65 in addition to identifying the individual switch
and/or dimmer with a unique identity code (MNET ID) using Crestron Toolbox.
CLW-DIM1RF and CLW-DIMS1RF dimmers use MNET IDs 03 and 04 while
CLW-SW1RF and CLW-SWS1RF switches use MNET IDs 05 and 06. For
information on identifying infiNET switches and dimmers, refer to the Crestron
Toolbox help file.
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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.
MPS-200 Troubleshooting
TROUBLE
POSSIBLE CAUSE(S)
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Unexpected
response from
control system.
Network devices are not
communicating with the
control system.
Use Crestron Toolbox to poll
the network. Verify network
connection to the device.
PWR LED does
not illuminate.
Control system is not
receiving power.
Verify the power cord is
properly attached to the
control system and securely
plugged into an outlet.
MSG LED
illuminates.
Hardware or software
failure, hardware
incompatibility with
software definitions or
programming error.
Verify that hardware
configuration matches
software configuration. Use
Crestron Toolbox to display
the error log. Refer to “Error
Message Definitions” in the
latest version of the Crestron
2-Series Control Systems
Reference Guide (Doc. 6256)
for more details.
System locks up.
Various.
Press and release front panel
HW-R button, then press and
hold SW-R button to bypass
program and communicate
directly with the processor.
(Refer to “Troubleshooting
Communications” in the
Crestron 2-Series Control
Systems Reference Guide
(Doc. 6256) for more details.
Cresnet device
does not respond.
Device not wired
correctly.
Verify Cresnet wiring.
Improper NET ID used.
Verify that device ID matches
NET ID in the program.
A/V system device
does not respond.
Device is not receiving
sufficient power.
User the Crestron Power
Calculator to help calculate
how much power is needed
for the system.
Poor picture
quality (RGB).
Cables improperly
connected.
Verify that all cables are
secure.
Display device not
configured properly.
Configure display device to
match output frequency.
Incorrect sync input
impedance.
Set DIP switches to lower
sync input impedance.
Cables improperly
connected.
Verify that all cables are
secure.
Poor picture
quality (Video).
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NOTE: If communication cannot be established or the control system is locked-up,
refer to “Troubleshooting Communications” in the Crestron 2-Series Control
Systems Reference Guide (Doc. 6256).
NOTE: Passthrough Mode enables Viewport access to any serial controlled device
on the network. This aids in troubleshooting by allowing direct communication
between the PC and a network device (effectively “passing through” the MPS-200).
For information pertaining to Passthrough Mode, refer to “Passthrough Mode” in the
Crestron 2-Series Control Systems Reference Guide (Doc. 6256).
System Monitor
The System Monitor allows you to reload firmware into the MPS-200 in the event
that you cannot load the firmware in the normal mode.
If the system does not function, perform the following procedure:
1.
Disconnect all Crestron USB devices from the PC.
2.
On the MPS-200, press and release the HW-R button. The MSG LED will
start blinking rapidly four times per second.
3.
During the rapid blink of the MSG LED, press and release the SW-R
button. This will put the MPS-200 into “Wait” mode for the next five
seconds. During this mode the MSG LED will blink slowly, once per
second.
4.
During “Wait” mode, press and release the SW-R button again. The
MPS-200 will now enter the “Wait Acknowledge” mode for the next five
seconds. During this mode the MSG LED will blink rapidly four times per
second.
5.
During “Wait Acknowledge” mode, press and release the SW-R button a
third time. The MPS-200 will enter “Monitor” mode. Once the MPS-200 is
in “Monitor” mode, the MSG LED will flash to indicate “Monitor” mode.
The display will also indicate the “Monitor” mode.
6.
Once the MPS-200 is in “Monitor” mode, connect to the PC using a USB
cable.
NOTE: If at any point in the above sequence, one of the timer periods expires
without the SW-R button being pressed, the unit will boot normally, first running the
firmware, then loading the application.
NOTE: If your PC does not have the USB driver installed, after connecting the
MPS-200 to the PC using the USB cable, you will see a dialog box on your PC
screen asking you to install the USB driver. For instructions on how to install the
USB driver, refer to the Crestron Toolbox help file.
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7.
Open Toolbox and start the Text Console (click the
icon). Then, click
on the Address Book icon in the lower left corner of the window to open
the “Address Book” window.
8.
In the “Address Book” window, click the “Add Entry” button and give the
new entry a name (e.g. “System Monitor”).
9.
Click the arrow next to the “Device Type” drop down list. A “Warning”
window will open to inform you that this is an advanced feature. Click OK,
then select “2-Series Control System Monitor” from the drop down list.
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Make sure to choose USB as the “Connection Type”, then click OK. The
following text will appear in the bottom right corner of the “Text Console”
window:
usb;device 2SeriesCtrlSystemMonitor
The following text will appear in Toolbox:
MPSMNTR>
10. At the Toolbox prompt, type erase and press Enter. The following text
will appear in Toolbox:
Erasing
->25%->50%->75%->100%
Done
icon and select Firmware… to open the “Firmware”
11. Click the
window, then click Browse.
12. Find and select the correct firmware file (.CUZ or .zip) and click Open.
13. In the “Firmware” window, click Send. You will see a “Confirmation”
window asking if you’ve selected the right file. Click OK and you will see
the “File Transfer” window.
14. When file transfer is completed, you will see a window asking you to reconnect. Click OK, then close the “Firmware” window and re-connect
using the normal Address Book entry.
Network Analysis
To assist with troubleshooting, you can use Crestron’s C2N-ANLZ Cresnet Analyzer
(sold separately) to monitor the integrity of the Cresnet network for wiring faults and
marginal system performance or other network errors. For more information on how
to use the C2N-ANLZ, refer to the C2N-ANLZ Operations Guide (Doc. 6473).
Battery Replacement
A Lithium battery is used to power the system clock within the MPS-200. Under
normal conditions, it will last for approximately 10 years. In the event that the clock
fails, only an authorized technician should replace it. Refer to caution statement
below.
CAUTION: Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only
with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used
batteries according to the manufacturer's instructions.
Check Network Wiring
Use the Right Wire
In order to ensure optimum performance over the full range of your installation
topology, Crestron Certified Wire and only Crestron Certified Wire may be used.
Failure to do so may incur additional charges if support is required to identify
performance deficiencies because of using improper wire.
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CAUTION: Use only Crestron power supplies for Crestron equipment. Failure to
do so could cause equipment damage or void the Crestron warranty.
CAUTION: Provide sufficient power to the system. Insufficient power can lead to
unpredictable results or damage to the equipment. Please use the Crestron Power
Calculator to help calculate how much power is needed for the system
(http://www.crestron.com/calculators).
When calculating the length of wire for a particular Cresnet run, the wire gauge and
the Cresnet power usage of each network unit to be connected must be taken into
consideration. Use Crestron Certified Wire only. If Cresnet units are to be daisychained on the run, the Cresnet power usage of each network unit to be daisychained must be added together to determine the Cresnet power usage of the entire
chain. If the unit is home-run from a Crestron system power supply network port, the
Cresnet power usage of that unit is the Cresnet power usage of the entire run. The
wire gauge and the Cresnet power usage of the run should be used in the following
equation to calculate the cable length value on the equation’s left side.
Cable Length Equation
40,000
L<
RxP
Where: L = Length of run (or chain) in feet
R = 6 Ohms (Crestron Certified Wire: 18 AWG (0.75 MM 2 ))
or 1.6 Ohms (Cresnet HP: 12 AWG (4 MM 2 ))
P = Cresnet power usage of entire run (or chain)
Make sure the cable length value is less than the value calculated on the right side of
the equation. For example, a Cresnet run using 18 AWG Crestron Certified Wire and
drawing 20 watts should not have a length of run more than 333 feet. If Cresnet HP
is used for the same run, its length could extend to 1250 feet.
NOTE: All Crestron certified Cresnet wiring must consist of two twisted pairs. One
twisted pair is the +24V conductor and the GND conductor and the other twisted
pair is the Y conductor and the Z conductor.
Strip and Tin Wire
When daisy-chaining Cresnet units, strip the ends of the wires carefully to avoid
nicking the conductors. Twist together the ends of the wires that share a pin on the
network connector and tin the twisted connection. Apply solder only to the ends of
the twisted wires. Avoid tinning too far up the wires or the end becomes brittle.
Insert the tinned connection into the Cresnet connector and tighten the retaining
screw. Repeat the procedure for the other three conductors.
Add Hubs
For larger networks (i.e., greater than 28 network devices), it may become necessary
to add a Cresnet Hub/Repeater (CNXHUB) to maintain signal quality throughout the
network. Also, for networks with lengthy cable runs it may be necessary to add a
Hub/Repeater after only 20 devices.
Reference Documents
The latest version of all documents mentioned within the guide can be obtained from
the Crestron website (http://www.crestron.com/manuals). This link will provide a list
of product manuals arranged in alphabetical order by model number.
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C2N-FTB FlipTop Control Center
C2N-MNETGW infiNET Gateway/Transceiver
CAT5 Wiring Reference Guide
CLS-C6 iLux Integrated Lighting System
Crestron e-Control Reference Guide
QM-AMP Three Channel Amplifier
MediaManager Applications Guide
Further Inquiries
If you cannot locate specific information or have questions after reviewing this
guide, please take advantage of Crestron's award winning customer service team by
calling the Crestron corporate headquarters at 1-888-CRESTRON [1-888-273-7876].
For assistance in your local time zone, refer to the Crestron website
(http://www.crestron.com/offices) for a listing of Crestron worldwide offices.
You can also log onto the online help section of the Crestron website
(http://www.crestron.com/onlinehelp) to ask questions about Crestron products.
First-time users will need to establish a user account to fully benefit from all
available features.
Future Updates
As Crestron improves functions, adds new features and extends the capabilities of
the MPS-200, 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 website periodically for manual update availability and its
relevance. Updates are identified as an “Addendum” in the Download column.
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