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Crestron V-Panel V15 Specifications
Crestron TPMC-V12 & TPMC-V15
V-Panel™
Integrated 12” & 15” HD Touch Screens
Operations Guide
Regulatory Compliance
As of the date of manufacture, the TPMC-V12 and TPMC-V15 have been tested and found to comply with
specifications for CE marking.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Compliance Statement
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following 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.
CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
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Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver
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Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected
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Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help
Industry Canada (IC) Compliance Statement
CAN ICES-3(B)/NMB-3(B)
Crestron product development software is licensed to Crestron dealers and Crestron Service Providers (CSPs) under a limited non-exclusive,
non-transferable Software Development Tools License Agreement. Crestron product operating system software is licensed to Crestron dealers, CSPs,
and end-users under a separate End-User License Agreement. Both of these Agreements can be found on the Crestron website at
www.crestron.com/legal/software_license_agreement.
Product warranty can be found at www.crestron.com/warranty.
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in the United States and/or other countries. Excel, Internet Explorer, Microsoft, PowerPoint, Windows, and Windows Media are either trademarks or
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Crestron TPMC-V12/15
V-Panel Integrated 12” & 15” HD Touch Screens
Contents
V-Panel Integrated 12” and 15” HD Touch Screens: TPMC-V12 & TPMC-V15
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Introduction ............................................................................................................................... 1
Features and Functions ................................................................................................ 1
Applications................................................................................................................. 6
Specifications .............................................................................................................. 8
Physical Description .................................................................................................. 14
Setup ........................................................................................................................................ 27
Network Wiring ......................................................................................................... 27
Identity Code ............................................................................................................. 27
V-Panel Configuration............................................................................................... 28
Hardware Hookup ..................................................................................................... 48
Tilt Tension Adjustment ............................................................................................ 50
Recommended Cleaning ............................................................................................ 50
Uploading and Upgrading ........................................................................................................ 51
Establishing Communication ..................................................................................... 51
Programs, Projects and Firmware .............................................................................. 51
Program Checks ........................................................................................................ 52
Restore ....................................................................................................................... 52
Operation – Security Infrastructure ......................................................................................... 53
Problem Solving ...................................................................................................................... 54
Troubleshooting......................................................................................................... 54
Check Network Wiring.............................................................................................. 55
Reference Documents ................................................................................................ 56
Further Inquiries ........................................................................................................ 56
Future Updates .......................................................................................................... 56
Microsoft Windows XP Embedded End User License Agreement ......................................... 57
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Crestron TPMC-V12/15
V-Panel Integrated 12” & 15” HD Touch Screens
V-Panel Integrated 12” and 15”
HD Touch Screens:
TPMC-V12 & TPMC-V15
Introduction
Crestron® V-Panels™ deliver the ultimate touch screen experience, blending style
and function with advanced high definition graphics. The TPMC-V12 and
TPMC-V15 both feature a fully integrated design combining the touch screen display
and graphics engine in a single, slim housing. Sleek and beautiful, the TPMC-V12
and TPMC-V15 are perfectly at home sitting on a contemporary table or desktop but
are equally suited for all kinds of custom installations, thanks to integral VESA
mount compatibility.
The TPMC-V12 and TPMC-V15 deliver a powerful and elegant touch screen control
solution featuring brilliant 12” SVGA (TPMC-V12) and 15” widescreen WXGA
(TPMC-V15) displays, Smart Graphics™, high performance H.264 video, onboard
multimedia, web browsing, audio feedback and Rava® SIP Intercom*.
For simplicity within this guide, the term “TPMC-V12/15” is used except where
noted.
Features and Functions
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Sleek, beautiful, versatile
12” color (TPMC-V12) and 15” widescreen (TPMC-V15) touch
display
800 x 600 SVGA (TPMC-V12) and 1280 x 768 WXGA (TPMC-V15)
display resolution
Integrated digital graphics engine
High definition 24-bit color graphics
Smart Graphics support
Onboard PC applications for Web browsing, playing digital media and
viewing digital documents
VNC viewer for remotely accessing and controlling external computers
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Supports Rava SIP Intercom as well as legacy IP Intercom. Supports push-to-talk mode only.
Hands-free mode is not supported.
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Native H.264 streaming video for viewing Web cameras and HD
sources
Wired composite video input
Rava SIP intercom and phone technology*
Crestron IP intercom
Remote annotation
Built-in microphone and speakers
Customizable audio feedback
USB keyboard/mouse port
Onscreen keyboard and mouse capability
High speed Ethernet and Cresnet®
VESA compatible mounting affords endless install options
Tabletop tilt model features clean, modern design
Wall mount model installs flush in shallow spaces
Silent fanless operation
Available in white or black
Advanced Touch Screen Control
A Crestron touch screen offers an ideal user interface for controlling all the
technology in a home, boardroom, classroom, courtroom or command center. Touch
screens do away with piles of remote controls, cluttered wall switches and cryptic
computer screens, simplifying and enhancing the technology. For controlling audio,
video, lighting, shades, HVAC, security and other systems, Crestron touch screens
are fully customizable with easy to use controls and icons, true feedback and real
time status display, full-motion video windows and advanced navigation of digital
media servers, tuners and other devices.
Sleek, Versatile Design
Our V-Panels have been designed with appearance and versatility in mind. At less
than 2 inches (51 millimeters) deep, the TPMC-V12/15 can be mounted virtually
anywhere using a third-party VESA 75 compliant mounting bracket or stand.
Tabletop tilt models (TPMC-V12-TILT and TPMC-V15-TILT) are offered, each
supplied with its own ultra stylish, smooth tilt base to deliver a sleek looking, low
profile control solution for desktops, counters and other level surfaces. Wall mount
models (TPMC-V12-WALL and TPMC-V15-WALL) are also offered, affording the
same V-Panel™ style and function in a thoroughly modern, yet unimposing, flush
mount design.
Smart Graphics
Crestron touch screens use Smart Graphics to deliver the ultimate user experience
and the ultimate value, by enabling the creation of dynamically rich user interfaces
with incredible efficiency and unparalleled functionality. Using Smart Graphics,
programmers can swiftly integrate fluid gesture-driven controls, animated feedback,
metadata, embedded apps and full-motion video for a deeply engaging and
ultra-intuitive touch screen experience.
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Supports Rava SIP Intercom as well as legacy IP Intercom. Supports push-to-talk mode only.
Hands-free mode is not supported.
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V-Panel Integrated 12” & 15” HD Touch Screens
Crestron Smart Graphics include the following enhancements:
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Cool looking graphical buttons, sliders, knobs and gauges are intuitive and
fun to use.
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Kinetic effects enhance the feeling of realism with lists and toolbars that
scroll with momentum at the flick of a fingertip.
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Drag and drop objects snap into place offering an easy way to switch
sources.
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Dashboard widgets personalize the touch screen with clocks, weather, news
and other information.
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Customizable themes allow a completely different look and feel for every
user, event or season.
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Fully developed SmartObjects™ enable sophisticated control over complex
devices with minimal programming.
Embedded PC Applications
The TPMC-V12/15 provides everything needed to enjoy online music and videos,
browse the Internet and even review digital documents, all on the touch screen
display without a separate computer. With Microsoft® Internet Explorer® embedded,
there is full access to the entire World Wide Web including sites that use Flash® or
Java®. Windows Media® Player ensures broad compatibility for playing most types
of digital media. Adobe® Acrobat® Reader and Microsoft PowerPoint®, Word and
Excel® document viewers complete the online experience, allowing downloading
and viewing of documents and presentations.
In addition, VNC Viewer support delivers enhanced cross-platform interaction with
computers over the network or Internet, allowing remote access and control of
desktop applications to unleash a host of possibilities for system integration and
multimedia presentation.
HD Streaming Video
High definition streaming video capability makes it possible to view security
cameras and other video sources over the network. Native support for H.264 and
MJPEG formats allows the TPMC-V12/15 to display live streaming video from an
IP camera, a streaming server (Crestron CEN-NVS2001 or similar), a
DigitalMedia™ switcher, or a Capture HD® system. Also, through its embedded web
browser and media player, it supports a wide variety of other streaming and
downloadable video formats, enabling access to all kinds of content from media
servers and websites like YouTube® and Netflix®2.
A wired video input is also provided to allow viewing of a composite video source.
Video images can be displayed full frame or in fully scalable windows anywhere on
the touch screen.
1. Item(s) sold separately.
2. Accessing Netflix content requires an active Netflix account. Refer to www.netflix.com for details.
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Rava SIP Intercom
Rava SIP Intercom1 technology enables VoIP communication between any two
Rava-enabled Crestron touch screens. Rava works over Ethernet, supporting 2-way
intercom, video intercom2, and paging without requiring any special wiring. VoIP
phone capability is also possible through integration of an SIP-compatible IP phone
system or SIP server.
The TPMC-V12/15 also supports legacy Crestron IP Intercom, enabling
compatibility with older Crestron touch screens that do not support Rava.
Speakers and Microphone
Built-in front firing speakers provide clear audio for listening to multimedia, as well
as for intercom in combination with the integrated microphone. Customized audio
files can also be loaded on the TPMC-V12/15 to add another dimension to the touch
screen graphics with personalized sounds, button feedback and voice prompts.
Keyboard/Mouse Options
Onscreen keyboard and mouse capabilities enable complete control of the
TPMC-V12/15’s embedded web browser and other applications and can also be used
to control computers running TouchPoint® Virtual Mouse & Keyboard software
(VMK-WIN). A USB port is also provided for the connection of a physical keyboard
and mouse.
Remote Annotation
Remote annotation capability allows multiple touch screen users to draw with their
fingertips over the same video image or whiteboard screen, enabling enhanced
interaction between several participants in a courtroom, classroom or council
chamber.
1. Supports Rava SIP Intercom as well as legacy IP Intercom. Supports push-to-talk mode only.
Hands-free mode is not supported.
2. H.264 compatible IP camera required.
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V-Panel Integrated 12” & 15” HD Touch Screens
Streamlined, Flexible Connectivity
Each TPMC-V12/15 model ships with a compact interface module
(TPMC-V-IMCW1), which may be discreetly mounted in a 1-gang electrical box,
equipment rack or any flat surface, providing a single point of connectivity for
power, communications and video signals. Connection between the touch screen and
interface module can be made using a V-Cable Siamese Cable (TPMC-V-CBL-S2),
providing a very clean appearance with lengths available up to 15 feet (4.5 meters).
For longer distances up to 330 feet (100 meters), especially for in-wall applications,
either a choice of several Crestron wire solutions or generic CAT5e3, 4 can be used.
The TPMC-V-IMCW interface module provides both Cresnet® and high speed
Ethernet ports for control system communications and LAN access. Power can be
furnished via Cresnet or an optional power pack (PW-2420RU, sold separately).
Wired video connectivity is handled through a single balanced or unbalanced
composite input, allowing compatibility with both conventional coaxial and Crestron
Home® Balanced AV distribution systems.
The TPMC-V12/15 can also be installed without using the interface module.
Connectors on the touch screen allow for direct connection to Ethernet or Cresnet,
with power provided via the Cresnet port.
NOTE: Wired video connectivity is only available through the TPMC-V-IMCW
interface module.
1. Item(s) included; refer to individual product specifications for additional information.
2. The TPMC-V12/15 models include (1) TPMC-V-CBL-S3 3 foot (0.9 meter) Siamese Cable.
The TPMC-V12/15-TILT models include (1) TPMC-V-CBL-S6 6 foot (1.8 meter) Siamese Cable.
The TPMC-V12/15-WALL models do not include any cable.
3. For wiring between the TPMC-V12 and interface module, use a TPMC-V-CBL-S Siamese Cable,
CresCAT®, CresCAT-D-HP, CresCAT-QM, DM-CBL or quality CAT5e/CAT6. CAT5e/6 requires an
additional CRESNET or CRESNET-HP for Cresnet and power or else a single wire pair for power
only. The maximum length for CRESCAT-D-HP, CAT5e/6 + CRESNET-HP or CAT5e/6 + 14 AWG
power wire is 330 feet (100 meters) minus the length of any Ethernet cable connected to the LAN jack
on the rear of the interface module. The maximum length for CresCAT, CresCAT-QM, DM-CBL,
CAT5e/6 + CRESNET or CAT5e/6 + 18 AWG power wire is 166 feet (50 meters) minus the length of
any additional Ethernet cable beyond 164 feet (50 meters).
4. For wiring between the TPMC-V15 and interface module, use a TPMC-V-CBL-S Siamese Cable,
CresCAT, CresCAT-D-HP, CresCAT-QM, DM-CBL or quality CAT5e/CAT6. CAT5e/6 requires an
additional CRESNET or CRESNET-HP for Cresnet and power or else a single wire pair for power
only. The maximum length for CRESCAT-D-HP, CAT5e/6 + CRESNET-HP or CAT5e/6 + 14 AWG
power wire is 330 feet (100 meters) minus the length of any Ethernet cable connected to the LAN jack
on the rear of the interface module. The maximum length for CresCAT, CresCAT-QM, DM-CBL,
CAT5e/6 + CRESNET or CAT5e/6 + 18 AWG power wire is 190 feet (58 meters) minus the length of
any additional Ethernet cable beyond 140 feet (42 meters).
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Applications
The following diagrams show a TPMC-V12 in a typical application.
TPMC-V12 in a Typical Application (Each Diagram Varies with LAN Cable Length*)
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V-Panel Integrated 12” & 15” HD Touch Screens
The following diagrams show a TPMC-V15 in a typical application.
TPMC-V15 in a Typical Application (Each Diagram Varies with LAN Cable Length*)
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Specifications
Specifications for the TPMC-V12/15 are listed in the following table.
TPMC-V12/15 Specifications
SPECIFICATION
DETAILS
Touch Screen Display
Display Type
TFT Active Matrix Color Display
Size
TPMC-V12
12.1 inch (307 mm) diagonal
TPMC-V15
15.3 inch (390 mm) diagonal
Aspect Ratio
TPMC-V12
4:3 SVGA
TPMC-V15
15:9 WXGA
Resolution
TPMC-V12
800 x 600 pixels
TPMC-V15
1280 x 768 pixels
Brightness
TPMC-V12
360 nits
TPMC-V15
360 nits
Contrast
TPMC-V12
1000:1
TPMC-V15
700:1
Color Depth
24-bit, 16.7 million colors
Illumination
TPMC-V12
Backlit LED
TPMC-V15
Backlit LED
Viewing Angle
TPMC-V12
±89º horizontal, ±89º vertical
TPMC-V15
±88º horizontal, ±88º vertical
Touch Screen
Resistive membrane
Memory
SDRAM
1 GB
Flash
2 GB
Memory Card
Supports SD™ and SDHC™ cards up to 32
GB (not included)
Maximum Project Size
120 MB
Graphics Engine
Embedded Applications
Supports Smart Graphics or “traditional” GUI
projects
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Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 with Adobe Flash
plug-in and Java Runtime plug-in, Windows
Media Player, Remote Desktop, VNC Viewer,
Adobe Acrobat Reader, WordPad, MS Word
Viewer 2007, Excel Viewer 2007, PowerPoint
Viewer 2007
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TPMC-V12/15 Specifications (Continued)
SPECIFICATION
Languages
DETAILS
Arabic, Chinese Simplified, Chinese
Traditional, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch,
English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German,
Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Icelandic,
Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian,
Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese,
Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak,
Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish
Communications
Ethernet
10/100 Mbps, auto-switching,
auto-negotiating, auto-discovery, full/half
duplex, DHCP, for control and console
Cresnet
Cresnet slave mode for control and console
USB
USB 2.0 host, supports USB HID (Human
Interface Device) class devices, USB flash
2
drives
Video
Analog Input Signal Types
Composite
Analog Formats
NTSC or PAL
Analog Input Resolutions
480i, 576i
Color Depth
24-bit, 16.7 million colors
Streaming/File Formats
H.264 (MPEG-4 part 10 AVC), MJPEG, plus all
other formats supported by Windows Media
Player
Audio
Features
Built-in microphone and amplified speakers
(Refer to illustrations on pages 18, 20, 22 and
24 for microphone location), Rava SIP
Intercom, Crestron IP Intercom
Streaming/File Formats
As supported by Windows Media Player
Audio Feedback Formats
MP3 using Smart Graphics,
WAV using “traditional” graphics
Power Requirements
3
Cresnet Power Usage
TPMC-V12
40 watts (1.67 amps @ 24 Vdc)
4
with or without TPMC-V-IMCW module
TPMC-V15
35 watts (1.46 amps @ 24 Vdc)
4
with or without TPMC-V-IMCW module
Power Pack
Default Net ID
2 amps @ 24 Vdc;
100-240 Vac, 50/60 Hz;
Power pack sold separately
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Environmental
Temperature
41º to 113º F (5º to 45º C)
Humidity
10% to 90% RH (non-condensing)
Heat Dissipation
TPMC-V12
137 Btu/h
TPMC-V15
120 Btu/h
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SPECIFICATION
DETAILS
Enclosure
TPMC-V12
Plastic case, VESA 75 x 75 mm mountable;
TPMC-V12-TILT model includes tabletop tilt
stand with 0º to 35º adjustable screen tilt,
optional swivel mount sold separately;
TPMC-V12-WALL model includes WMKC-V12
wall mount conversion kit with plastic front
bezel; additional mounting accessories sold
separately
TPMC-V15
Plastic case, VESA 75 x 75 mm mountable;
TPMC-V15-TILT model includes tabletop tilt
stand with 0º to 35º adjustable screen tilt,
optional swivel mount sold separately;
TPMC-V15-WALL model includes WMKC-V15
wall mount conversion kit with plastic front
bezel; additional mounting accessories sold
separately
Dimensions
TPMC-V12
Height
10.22 in (260 mm)
Width
11.72 in (298 mm)
Depth
1.66 in (42 mm)
TPMC-V12-TILT
Height
10.81 in (275 mm) max at 0º tilt
Width
11.72 in (298 mm)
Depth
TPMC-V12-WALL
8.11 in (206 mm)
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Height
11.54 in (293 mm)
Width
13.04 in (332 mm)
Depth
2.03 in (52 mm)
TPMC-V15
Height
11.10 in (282 mm)
Width
15.33 in (390 mm)
Depth
1.85 in (47 mm)
TPMC-V15-TILT
Height
11.69 in (297 mm) max at 0º tilt
Width
15.33 in (390 mm)
Depth
8.11 in (206 mm)
8.35 in (212 mm) max at 35º tilt
TPMC-V15-WALL
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Height
12.44 in (316 mm)
Width
16.67 in (424 mm)
Depth
2.22 in (57 mm)
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TPMC-V12/15 Specifications (Continued)
SPECIFICATION
DETAILS
Weight
TPMC-V12
5.3 lb (2.4 kg)
TPMC-V12-TILT
9.1 lb (4.2 kg)
TPMC-V12-WALL
8.6 lb (3.9 kg)
TPMC-V15
8.1 lb (3.7 kg)
TPMC-V15-TILT
11.9 lb (5.4 kg)
TPMC-V15-WALL
12.4 lb (5.6 kg)
Available Models
TPMC-V12-B
V-Panel Integrated 12” VESA Mount HD
Touch Screen, Black
TPMC-V12-W
V-Panel Integrated 12” VESA Mount HD
Touch Screen, White
TPMC-V12-TILT-B
V-Panel Integrated 12” Tilt HD Touch Screen,
Black
TPMC-V12-TILT-W
V-Panel Integrated 12” Tilt HD Touch Screen,
White
TPMC-V12-WALL-B
V-Panel Integrated 12” Wall Mount HD
Touch Screen, Black
TPMC-V12-WALL-W
V-Panel Integrated 12” Wall Mount HD
Touch Screen, White
TPMC-V15-B
V-Panel Integrated 15” VESA Mount HD
Touch Screen, Black
TPMC-V15-W
V-Panel Integrated 15” VESA Mount HD
Touch Screen, White
TPMC-V15-TILT-B
V-Panel Integrated 15” Tilt HD Touch Screen,
Black
TPMC-V15-TILT-W
V-Panel Integrated 15” Tilt HD Touch Screen,
White
TPMC-V15-WALL-B
V-Panel Integrated 15” Wall Mount HD
Touch Screen, Black
TPMC-V15-WALL-W
V-Panel Integrated 15” Wall Mount HD
Touch Screen, White
Included Accessories
TPMC-V12
TPMC-V-CBL-S3
V-Cable Siamese Cable, 3 feet (~0.9 meters)
(Included with TPMC-V12 models only)
TPMC-V-CBL-S6
V-Cable Siamese Cable, 6 feet (~1.8 meters)
(Included with TPMC-V12-TILT models only)
TPMC-V-IMCW
Interface Module
WMKC-V12
Wall Mount Conversion Kit for TPMC-V12
(Included with TPMC-V12-WALL models only)
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SPECIFICATION
DETAILS
Included Accessories
(Continued)
TPMC-V15
TPMC-V-CBL-S3
V-Cable Siamese Cable, 3 feet (~0.9 meters)
(Included with TPMC-V15 models only)
TPMC-V-CBL-S6
V-Cable Siamese Cable, 6 feet (~1.8 meters)
(Included with TPMC-V15-TILT models only)
TPMC-V-IMCW
Interface Module
WMKC-V15
Wall Mount Conversion Kit for TPMC-V15
(Included with TPMC-V15-WALL models only)
Available Accessories
BB-V12
Pre-Construction Wall Mount Back Box for
TPMC-V12-WALL
BB-V15
Pre-Construction Wall Mount Back Box for
TPMC-V15-WALL
BBI-V12
Pre-Construction Wall Mount Back Box for
TPMC-V12-WALL – International Version
BBI-V15
Pre-Construction Wall Mount Back Box for
TPMC-V15-WALL – International Version
CEN-NVS200
Network Video Streamer
CRESCAT
Crestron Home CAT5 AV Cable
CRESCAT-D-HP
Crestron Home “High Power” CAT5 AV Cable
CRESCAT-QM
QuickMedia Cable
CRESNET
Cresnet Control Cable
CRESNET-HP
Cresnet “High Power” Control Cable
DM-CBL
DigitalMedia Cable
DM-CONN
DigitalMedia Cable Connectors
MMK-V12
Mud Ring for BB-V12 or PMK-V12
MMK-V15
Mud Ring for BB-V15 or PMK-V15
PMK-V12
Pre-Construction Wall Mounting Kit for
TPMC-V12-WALL
PMK-V15
Pre-Construction Wall Mounting Kit for
TPMC-V15-WALL
PW-2420RU
24 Volt Power Pack, Universal
SMK-V15
Swivel Mount Kit for TPMC-V12-TILT and
TPMC-V15-TILT
TPMC-V-CBL-S
V-Cable Siamese Cables
VMK-WIN
Touchpoint Virtual Mouse & Keyboard
®
Software for Windows
WMKC-V12
Wall Mount Conversion Kit for TPMC-V12
WMKC-V15
Wall Mount Conversion Kit for TPMC-V15
WMKM-V12
Post-Construction Wall Mounting Kit with Mud
Ring for TPMC-V12-WALL
WMKM-V15
Post-Construction Wall Mounting Kit with Mud
Ring for TPMC-V15-WALL
®
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TPMC-V12/15 Specifications (Continued)
SPECIFICATION
DETAILS
Available Accessories
(Continued)
WMKT-V12
Post-Construction Wall Mounting Kit with Trim
Ring for TPMC-V12-WALL
WMKT-V15
Post-Construction Wall Mounting Kit with Trim
Ring for TPMC-V15-WALL
1. Contact Crestron for a current list of embedded applications. To ensure reliable performance, new
device drivers and applications are available only from Crestron through firmware updates.
2. USB port can also be used to load projects or firmware via a USB flash drive.
3. May be powered by power pack or Cresnet network power, not both.
4. Item included; refer to individual product specifications for additional information.
5. For more information about the TPMC-V12-WALL, refer to the TPMC-V12-WALL, V12-WALL &
WMKC-V12 Installation Guide (Doc. 6893) at www.crestron.com/manuals.
6. For more information about the TPMC-V15-WALL, refer to the TPMC-V15-WALL, V15-WALL &
WMKC-V15 Installation Guide (Doc. 6884).
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Physical Description
This section provides information on the connections, controls and indicators
available on the TPMC-V12/15.
TPMC-V12-TILT Physical View (Shown in Black)
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TPMC-V15-TILT Physical View (Shown in Black)
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TPMC-V15-WALL Physical View (Shown in White)
TPMC-V15 Physical View (Rear Showing Connector Ports)
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TPMC-V12 Overall Dimensions (Front and Side Views)
11.72 in
(298 mm)
10.22 in
(260 mm)
Microphone
1.66 in
(42 mm)
1
2
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TPMC-V12 Overall Dimensions (Rear View)
4.39 in
(112 mm)
2.96 in
(75 mm)
2.96 in
(75 mm)
4.14 in
(105 mm)
NOTE: In the illustration above, the TPMC-V12 is shown with the rear cover
removed. When making cable connections to the TPMC-V12, first remove the four
screws holding the cover in place, then remove the cover. Replace the cover when
connections have been made.
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TPMC-V12-TILT Overall Dimensions (Front View)
11.72 in
(298 mm)
10.22 in
(260 mm)
10.81 in
(275 mm)
Microphone
1
2
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TPMC-V12-TILT Overall Dimensions (Side View)
35º
Max Tilt
Angle
1.66 in
(42 mm)
64.00 in ±1.00
(~1.63 m)
8.11 in
(206 mm)
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TPMC-V15 Overall Dimensions (Front and Side Views)
15.33 in
(390 mm)
11.10 in
(282 mm)
Microphone
1.85 in
(47 mm)
1
2
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TPMC-V15 Overall Dimensions (Rear View)
6.19 in
(158 mm)
2.96 in
(75 mm)
2.96 in
(75 mm)
4.14 in
(105 mm)
NOTE: In the illustration above, the TPMC-V15 is shown with the rear cover
removed. When making cable connections to the TPMC-V15, first remove the four
screws holding the cover in place, then remove the cover. Replace the cover when
connections have been made.
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TPMC-V15-TILT Overall Dimensions (Front View)
15.33 in
(390 mm)
11.10 in
(282 mm)
11.69 in
(297 mm)
Microphone
1
2
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TPMC-V15-TILT Overall Dimensions (Side View)
35º
Max Tilt
Angle
64.00 in ±1.00
(~1.63 m)
1.85 in
(47 mm)
8.11 in
(206 mm)
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Connectors, Controls & Indicators
1
#
CONNECTORS ,
CONTROLS, AND
INDICATORS
DESCRIPTION
1
Hard Key
(1) Programmable push button, also reboots the
touch screen if held for six seconds
2
Power LED
3
24 Y Z G
(1) 4-pin 3.5 mm detachable terminal block,
Cresnet slave port and power input;
Normally connects to TPMC-V-IMCW interface
2
module via TPMC-V-CBL-S, CRESCAT,
CRESCAT-D-HP, CRESCAT-QM, DB-CBL,
3, 4, 5
;
CRESNET or CRESNET-HP cable
Refer to TPMC-V-IMCW interface module
specifications for other connectors;
May also be connected directly to a Cresnet
network or power supply
4
VIDEO/LAN
(1) Shielded 10P8C modular jack
(RJ-45 or RJ-50 compatible);
10/BASE-T/100BASE-TX Ethernet and
balanced video port;
Normally connects to TPMC-V-IMCW interface
2
module via TPMC-V-CBL-S, CRESCAT,
CRESCAT-D-HP, CRESCAT-QM, DB-CBL or
3, 4, 5
generic CAT5e/6 cable
;
Refer to TPMC-V-IMCW interface module
specifications for other connectors;
May also be connected directly to an Ethernet
LAN (negates TPMC-V-IMCS and video
connectivity)
5
USB
(1) USB Type A female;
USB 2.0 host port for USB HID (Human
Interface Device) compliant mouse/keyboard or
USB flash drive
6
MEMORY
EXPANSION
(1) SD memory card slot;
Accepts one SD or SDHC card up to 32 GB for
memory expansion
(1) Green LED, indicates touch screen is in
active state
1. Interface connectors for 24 Y Z G and VIDEO/LAN ports are provided with the unit.
2. Item included; refer to individual product specifications for additional information.
3. The TPMC-V12/15 models include (1) TPMC-V-CBL-S3 3 foot (0.9 meter) Siamese Cable.
The TPMC-V12/15-TILT models include (1) TPMC-V-CBL-S6 6 foot (1.8 meter) Siamese Cable.
The TPMC-V12/15-WALL models do not include any cable.
4. For wiring between the TPMC-V12 and interface module, use a TPMC-V-CBL-S Siamese Cable,
CresCAT, CresCAT-D-HP, CresCAT-QM, DM-CBL or quality CAT5e/CAT6. CAT5e/6 requires an
additional CRESNET or CRESNET-HP for Cresnet and power or else a single wire pair for power
only. The maximum length for CRESCAT-D-HP, CAT5e/6 + CRESNET-HP or CAT5e/6 + 14 AWG
power wire is 330 feet (100 meters) minus the length of any Ethernet cable connected to the LAN jack
on the rear of the interface module. The maximum length for CresCAT, CresCAT-QM, DM-CBL,
CAT5e/6 + CRESNET or CAT5e/6 + 18 AWG power wire is 166 feet (50 meters) minus the length of
any additional Ethernet cable beyond 164 feet (50 meters).
5. For wiring between the TPMC-V15 and interface module, use a TPMC-V-CBL-S Siamese Cable,
CresCAT, CresCAT-D-HP, CresCAT-QM, DM-CBL or quality CAT5e/CAT6. CAT5e/6 requires an
additional CRESNET or CRESNET-HP for Cresnet and power or else a single wire pair for power
only. The maximum length for CRESCAT-D-HP, CAT5e/6 + CRESNET-HP or CAT5e/6 + 14 AWG
power wire is 330 feet (100 meters) minus the length of any Ethernet cable connected to the LAN jack
on the rear of the interface module. The maximum length for CresCAT, CresCAT-QM, DM-CBL,
CAT5e/6 + CRESNET or CAT5e/6 + 18 AWG power wire is 190 feet (58 meters) minus the length of
any additional Ethernet cable beyond 140 feet (42 meters).
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Setup
Network Wiring
When wiring the Cresnet network, consider the following:
•
Use Crestron Certified Wire.
•
Use Crestron power supplies for Crestron equipment.
•
Provide sufficient power to the system.
CAUTION: Insufficient power can lead to unpredictable results or damage
to the equipment. Use the Crestron Power Calculator to help calculate how
much power is needed for the system (www.crestron.com/calculators).
For Cresnet networks with 20 or more devices, use a Cresnet Hub/Repeater
(CNXHUB) to maintain signal quality.
For more details, refer to “Check Network Wiring” on page 55.
The TPMC-V12/15 can also use high-speed Ethernet for communications between
the device and a control system, computer, media server and other IP-based devices.
For general information on connecting Ethernet devices in a Crestron system, refer to
the latest version of the Crestron e-Control Reference Guide (Doc. 6052) at
www.crestron.com/manuals.
Identity Code
NOTE: The latest software can be downloaded at www.crestron.com/software.
Net ID
The Net ID of the TPMC-V12/15 has been factory set to 03. The Net IDs of multiple
TPMC-V12/15 devices in the same system must be unique. The Net ID is set using
the internal setup menu (refer to “Cresnet” on page 32). Net ID may also be set from
a personal computer (PC) via Crestron Toolbox™ (refer to “Establishing
Communication” on page 51).
When setting the Net ID, consider the following:
•
The Net ID of each unit must match an ID code specified in the Crestron
Studio™ or SIMPL Windows program.
•
Each network device must have a unique Net ID.
For more details, refer to the Crestron Toolbox help file.
IP ID
The IP ID is set using the Internet setup menu (refer to “IP Table” on page 43. IP ID
may also be set within the TPMC-V12/15’s IP table using Crestron Toolbox. For
information on setting an IP table, refer to the Crestron Toolbox help file. The IP IDs
of multiple TPMC-V12/15 devices in the same system must be unique.
When setting the IP ID, consider the following:
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The IP ID of each unit must match an IP ID specified in the Crestron Studio
or SIMPL Windows program.
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Each device using IP to communicate with a control system must have a
unique IP ID.
V-Panel Configuration
NOTE: The only connection required to configure the touch screen is power. Refer
to “Hardware Hookup” on page 48 for details.
The TPMC-V12/15 is configured from the setup menu.
NOTE: If no project has been loaded or if an invalid project has been loaded, the
touch screen displays an error message and defaults to the setup menu screen.
If a project is running, the setup menu can be accessed using one of three methods:
1.
Touch the screen during boot up when the “Preparing to Load Project”
message is visible. Maintain touch until after the countdown, when the
message changes to “Loading Setup Screen”.
2.
If the project has a button defined for this purpose, touching the button
provides entry into the setup menu.
3.
Crestron Toolbox can be also used to enter the setup menu:
a.
Establish communication with the touch screen (refer to “Establishing
Communication” on page 51 for details).
b.
Right-click on the device and select Functions > Setup Mode….
“Setup/Calibrate” Window
c.
Select Enter Setup Mode. The setup menu opens as shown in the
following illustration.
NOTE: Select Exit Setup Mode to exit the setup menu.
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TPMC-V12/15 Setup Menu
The setup menu provides access to all basic functions and parameters. It is divided
into Setup, Ethernet, Standby, Screen Brightness, Misc. Controls, Hard Button
Feedback, and Ethernet Status sections. There are also buttons for Save & Reboot,
Shut Down and Exit.
NOTE: To allow the touch screen to upload projects with status displayed on the
screen, standby timeout is disabled until approximately 5 minutes after the project
load process has completed. Standby is then enabled again.
To exit the setup menu and return to the program, touch Exit, located at the bottom
of the setup menu. To save any changes and reboot the touch screen, touch Save &
Reboot, located at the bottom of the setup menu. Use the Shut Down button to turn
off the touch screen.
Setup Menu Details
The setup menu allows configuration of the touch screen’s settings for security,
Cresnet ID, touch screen calibration, runtime project, video, audio, embedded
applications, and diagnostics. The setup menu also has a button that toggles the
on-screen keyboard on and off.
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Security
The Security button opens the “Security Setup” window, which allows the user to
change the username and password of the system account, set up and close network
connections, set up a proxy server, close network connections, and clear Internet
browser temporary files, history and cookies.
NOTE: Clear History only takes effect after restarting Internet Explorer.
NOTE: To use the on-screen keyboard for security settings, touch Keyboard on the
setup menu before touching Security.
“Security Setup” Window
Touch Setup Connections… to open the “Network Connections” window. This
window is used to map to a network drive. A mapped network drive permits easy
access to embedded application files (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) and provides a
location to save files. To further customize the installation, network drives
containing compiled touch screen project files can also be mapped.
“Network Connections” Window
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To add a new network connection, touch Add….
“Configure Network Connection” Window
To add a network drive, perform the following procedure:
1.
to browse for the new network connection. If the remote
Touch
shareable folder name does not appear on the list, it can be entered manually
in the Remote Name field, using the following format:
\\Remote host name\Shareable folder name
2.
Map this connection by selecting a drive letter from the Map Drive Letter
drop box.
3.
Enter a user name and password.
4.
Touch the Remember and reconnect on startup checkbox if so desired.
5.
Touch OK to enable the new network connection and return to the
“Network Connections” window.
Once all changes to network connections have been completed, touch OK to return
to the “Security Setup” window.
Touch Setup Proxy… to open the “Setup Proxy” window. This window is used to
point to a proxy server for Internet access. A proxy server acts as an intermediary
between the internal network (intranet) and the Internet, retrieving files from remote
web servers.
“Setup Proxy” Window
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To set up a proxy server, select Use Proxy Server.
1.
Enter the IP address or name of the proxy server.
2.
If desired, specify addresses that should not use the proxy server (i.e.,
intranet addresses).
3.
Touch OK to enable the proxy server connection and return to the “Security
Setup” window.
4.
Touch Close to return to the setup menu.
Cresnet
The Cresnet button opens the “Cresnet Setup” window, which allows enabling or
disabling Cresnet and permits changing the Cresnet ID.
“Cresnet Setup” Window
Select Enable for normal Cresnet communication mode and Disable when the touch
screen is connected to a control system via Ethernet. Communication mode is factory
set to Disable.
The Cresnet network identity number (Cresnet ID) is displayed in the “Cresnet
Setup” window. Cresnet ID is a 2-digit hexadecimal number. The hexadecimal
number can range from 03 to FE and must correspond to the Net ID set in the SIMPL
Windows program of the Cresnet system. Matching IDs between touch screen and
SIMPL Windows program is required if data is to be successfully transferred. The
Net ID for the TPMC-V12/15 is factory set to 03. No two devices in the same system
can have the same Net ID.
Two buttons below the hexadecimal display, Down and Up, decrease and increase
the Cresnet ID by one, respectively.
Select OK to accept the changes and return to the setup menu.
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Touch Screen
The Touch Screen button opens the “Touch Screen Settings” window, which
provides access to touch screen calibration when Calibrate Touch Screen… is
touched.
“Touch Screen Settings” Window
To view the mouse cursor on the touch screen, select On in the Mouse Cursor
section of the window. The mouse cursor is displayed only if a mouse is connected
to the touch screen.
When Calibrate Touch Screen… is touched, the calibration screen opens. Touch
the screen to begin the calibration process. If the screen is not touched within 60
seconds, the calibration sequence stops and the screen returns to the “Touch Screen
Settings” window.
If the screen is touched before the 60 second timeout, the screen instructs the user to
touch the center of each target as it appears. A series of crosshairs appears on the
screen, starting near the upper left corner. Touch the center of the first crosshair to
initiate calibration. As each new crosshair is touched, the next appears. After the
upper left, crosshairs appear in the upper center, upper right, middle left, screen
center, middle right, lower left, lower center and finally lower right. Touch the center
of the crosshair in the lower right of the screen to conclude calibration and return to
the “Touch Screen Settings” window. Touch OK to accept the changes and return to
the setup menu.
NOTE: When touching the screen during calibration, be as accurate as possible.
Use the tip of a capped pen or the eraser end of a pencil. To cancel calibration and
return to the “Touch Screen Settings” window without saving calibration data, create
a calibration error by touching the screen in the same spot for each calibration point.
NOTE: The touch screen’s calibration routine can also be accessed through Crestron
Toolbox if the touch screen is connected to a control system via Cresnet or TCP/IP
by selecting the device from the Network Device Tree and right-clicking the device
to select Functions > Setup Mode…. Select Enter Calibration Mode to begin
calibration.
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When Touch Screen Test is touched, the test screen opens (refer to illustration
below). This screen allows the user to test the touch screen response at 17 points on
the screen. Each button on the screen lights when touched. Touch Return to exit the
test screen.
Touch Screen Test Window
Display Output
Touching Display Output shows the display resolution of the touch screen and
provides charts for testing the display.
“Display Output” Window
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Update Panel
The Update Panel button permits the selection of the touch screen program, a .vtz
file. It is also used to upgrade firmware.
The Project tab of the “Project and Firmware” window is divided into two sections:
Current Loaded Project and Load New Project.
Current Loaded Project displays the name and creation time of the current project.
In the Load New Project section, touch Browse and select the compiled project (i.e.,
the .vtz file) to be loaded from a network drive, USB device or flash drive, then
touch Open to show the source file in the “Project and Firmware” window. Touch
Load to uncompress the project file, place it in the destination selected in Target
Location to Load the Project to and display it on the touch screen.
In the Target Location to Load the Project to area of the Load New Project section,
the location where uncompressed project files are to be stored can be chosen. The
default file location is the internal flash.
NOTE: If there is a mapped network drive on the touch screen, the first time
Browse is selected, it may take some time for the “Open” window to appear.
NOTE: When selecting Browse, the contents of the “Recent” folder are not
available.
NOTE: Projects can also be loaded via Crestron Toolbox.
NOTE: If External is checked, the display list cannot be viewed via Crestron
Toolbox.
NOTE: When loading a project to an external storage device (e.g., MMC card or
flash drive), a subdirectory (not the root) must be used as the working path.
Otherwise, the upload may fail.
“Project and Firmware” Window (Project Tab)
The Firmware tab of the “Project and Firmware” window (refer to illustration that
follows) displays the Current Loaded Firmware and also has a Load New Firmware
section.
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“Project and Firmware” Window (Firmware Tab)
Current Loaded Firmware displays the version of the current firmware.
In the Load New Firmware section, touch Browse and select the firmware file (i.e.,
the .csz or .zip file) to be loaded from a network drive, USB device or flash drive.
Touch Load to load the new firmware.
Video
Video input is selected and adjusted from this window. If it is not already selected,
touch the Video tab to access the settings for the video input.
Video Setup
The setup screen for the video source is displayed in the following illustration.
Changes are made in real time.
“Video Setup” Window (Video Tab)
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Video is set up using the Overscan and Color controls (Brightness, Hue, Contrast
and Saturation).
Overscan
Overscan is the active image area in a video picture that is outside the edges of the
display device. Overscan adjustment first came about because of noise and other
artifacts at the beginning and end of the scan lines. To reliably eliminate the noise
and fill the screen with a picture, the outside edge of the active picture area was
pushed out past the edge of the display area. The average or targeted overscan loss is
about 5 to 10% of the image on each edge. Digital images have nearly eliminated the
noise and other artifacts at the edge of the picture, so more of the video image can be
safely shown. The Normal setting is usually the correct choice for most video inputs.
Presets
Up to 30 presets may be stored for future retrieval.
Manage Presets
Use the Manage Presets tab to copy presets for one source to other sources.
“Video Setup” Window (Manage Presets Tab)
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Audio
Touch Audio to open the “Audio Setup” window, shown in the illustration that
follows.
Volume controls and Mute buttons are available for Speakers, Local Audio and Key
Clicks, as well as a Mute button for the Microphone input.
In the Local Audio/Microphone Control section, check boxes are provided to enable
microphone noise suppression and enable microphone echo cancellation.
Touching Play Test Sound plays a short internal audio file.
Changes to audio settings are made in real time.
“Audio Setup” Window
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Embed Apps (Embedded Applications)
Touch Embed Apps to open the “Embedded Apps” window, which permits setting
Internet security to different levels for different types of Internet sites.
“Embedded Apps” Window
For each of the three zones (Internet, Local Intranet, and Trusted Sites), one of
three security levels (High, Medium or Low) can be selected. The security levels are
defined as:
High - The safest way to browse but also the least functional. Less secure
features are disabled. Appropriate for sites that may have harmful content.
Medium - Safe browsing and still functional. Prompts before downloading
potentially unsafe content. Unsigned ActiveX controls are not downloaded.
Appropriate for most Internet sites.
Low - Minimal safeguards and warning prompts are provided. Most content is
downloaded and run without prompts. All active content can run. Appropriate
for sites that are absolutely trusted.
Touch Default to restore the default security settings. By default, security is set to
Medium for Internet and Local Intranet and Low for Trusted Sites.
The “Embedded Apps” window also permits the user to enable the popup windows
(child windows) that open when in Internet Explorer (not the popup windows of the
embedded applications).
NOTE: Refer to the Crestron website (www.crestron.com), Online Help Answer ID
4190, for information on the latest versions of the software.
Touch Close after all changes have been made. The touch screen must be rebooted
for changes to take effect. Touch Save & Reboot, located in the shutdown section of
the setup menu.
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A list of trusted sites can be created and edited by touching Add/Remove Trusted
Sites. Touching this button opens the “Trusted Sites” window. From here, trusted
sites can be added and edited. Sites are listed by domain name or IP address. Once
all sites have been entered, touch Close.
“Trusted Sites” Window
NOTE: Save & Reboot on the setup menu must be selected for Embedded Apps
changes to take effect.
NOTE: While browsing the Internet with the TPMC-V12/15, clicking on a link may
cause a message box titled “Restrictions” to appear that contains the text “This
operation has been cancelled due to restrictions in effect on this computer. Please
contact the system administrator.” If this message appears, checking Enable
Pop-ups in the “Embedded Apps” window may correct this error. Other restrictions
may also cause this error, so this may not prevent all occurrences.
NOTE: The TPMC-V12/15 supports automatic connection to the VNC server when
the VNC View application is opened. For automatic connection without having to
enter the server location and password every time the VNC viewer is opened, launch
the application and using a USB mouse, right-click on the VNC viewer window, then
select Save configuration info as….
NOTE: Refer to the Crestron website, Online Help Answer ID 4627, for
information on how to set up the VNC viewer. Refer to Answer ID 3345 for
information on how to program the MJPEG viewer. Refer to Answer ID 4640 for
information about the default paths for embedded applications and dynamic graphics.
NOTE: When using the embedded applications, only one document window can be
open at a time. Opening a second document window causes the first document
window to close.
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ETHERNET Details
The Ethernet portion of the setup menu allows configuration of the touch screen
settings for Ethernet communications.
at the top of the Ethernet portion of the setup menu
The Crestron Swirl logo
illuminates to indicate the status of the connection to the control system(s):
Green - Connected
Yellow - Network trouble
Orange - Connected to some but not all of the control systems (listed in IP
table)
Red - Not connected to any control system (listed in the IP table)
NOTE: After configuring Ethernet settings (e.g., changing IP address, etc.), wait at
least five seconds after seeing the change in the Ethernet Status section of the main
setup menu before initiating a Save & Reboot to save the new settings.
Adapters
Touch the Adapters button to access the “Ethernet Setup” window, shown in the
illustration below. Changes are made in real time and there is typically no need to
reboot. The Ethernet address and mask are displayed on this screen.
“Ethernet Setup” Window
To configure the Ethernet adapter, touch its name once to select it in the Adapter
Name list. Then, touch Configure to open the “Local Area Connection Properties”
window. This window displays the connection and related required items.
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NOTE: When configuring an adapter, only one item can be modified at a time. For
example, to modify an IP address and also change authentication, touch Configure
and modify the IP address, then touch OK (the user must return to the “Ethernet
Setup” window). Touch Configure again, change authentication, then touch OK.
The order in which modifications are performed does not matter.
“Local Area Connection Properties” Window
To establish dynamic or static processing, select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and
touch Properties.
“Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties” Window
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Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) is a set of protocols that
defines how to transfer data between two computers. TCP monitors and ensures
correct transfer of data. IP receives the data from TCP, breaks it up into packets and
ships it off to a network. The IP address is a unique number consisting of four parts
(called “octets”) separated by dots, e.g., 165.113.245.2.
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a protocol for assigning dynamic
IP addresses to devices on a network. With dynamic addressing, a device can have a
different IP address every time it connects to the network. In some systems, the IP
address of the device can even change while it is still connected. DHCP also supports
a mix of static and dynamic IP addresses.
Dynamic addressing simplifies network administration because the software keeps
track of IP addresses rather than requiring an administrator to manage the task. New
computers can be added to a network without manually assigning each one a unique
IP address.
NOTE: The TPMC-V12/15 ships with DHCP enabled.
Static IP addresses on a dedicated AV/control system allow the integrator to have a
fixed/controllable network. This helps maintain communication stability between
Ethernet devices.
IP Table
Touch IP Table on the setup menu to open the “IP Table Setup” window.
Edit, remove or enter a control system’s IP address in the IP table to enable
communication between the touch screen and a control system. The touch screen can
communicate with multiple control systems.
For more information on IP tables, refer to the latest version of the Crestron
3-Series® Control Systems Reference Guide (Doc. 7150).
“IP Table Setup” Window
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The IP ID is the ID number that is used to identify the touch screen in the control
system’s IP table. The IP ID should match the IP ID set in the Crestron Studio or
SIMPL Windows program.
Identity
Touch Identity to open the “Network ID” window. The “Network ID” window
displays the hostname and workgroup that identify the touch screen on the network.
The hostname may be used when transferring a program over Ethernet using
Crestron Toolbox. This window permits editing of the hostname and workgroup.
“Network ID” Window
NOTE: The hostname is required for Ethernet communication.
Sharing
Touch Sharing to open the “Configure Shared Folders” window. This window is
used to set up shared folders. Sharing enables remote computers to view or modify
files stored on the touch screen.
“Configure Shared Folders” Window
Touch Add New Share… to browse and add directories with permission to
read-only or read/write. Touch Close after adding all folders to be shared.
NOTE: For security reasons, there is no persistence of the shared drive(s) after the
touch screen is rebooted.
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Standby Details
The Standby function turns off the backlight when the touch screen is inactive for a
specified time. Use the Up and Down buttons to set the Standby from 0 through 120
minutes, where 0 disables the timeout. Touch the screen to reactivate the touch
screen from standby mode. When the touch screen is reactivated, the last screen to be
displayed reappears.
NOTE: The hard buttons still function when the touch screen is in standby mode
but do not cause it to awaken from standby. The screen must be touched to reactivate
the touch screen.
Screen Brightness Details
The Screen Brightness can be varied from 0 to 100. To increase the brightness, touch
Up. To decrease the brightness, touch Down.
Misc. Controls Details
The Misc. Controls section of the setup menu contains the Diagnostics and
Keyboard buttons.
Diagnostics
Touch Diagnostic to display the “Diagnostics” window. This window displays the
firmware version number and installed packs. It also provides a control to reset the
end user license.
“Diagnostics” Window
Reset CTP Port resets the default value of the CTP port to 41795, for terminal
connection using Crestron Toolbox.
To configure the appearance of popup messages, touch Configure Messages. The
“Message Popup Configuration” window opens.
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“Message Popup Configuration” Window
There are three types of network popup messages:
Connected - A green popup message appears when the touch screen is
connected to the control system.
Checking Connection - A yellow popup message appears when the touch
screen is experiencing network issues.
Disconnected, Trying to Reconnect… - A red popup message appears when
the touch screen loses connection with the control system.
A control for popup message translucence is also provided. Translucence ranges
from 25% to 100%, with a default value of 90%.
The Default button restores the original Screen Position and Translucence settings,
as well as enabling display of network messages. A Test Message button lets the
user see the changes to popup message position and translucence. Touch Close to
close the popup window.
NOTE: The default value for Screen Position is Lower Left.
Keyboard
Touch the Keyboard button to display the on-screen keyboard.
The on-screen keyboard can be used in an identical manner to a physically connected
keyboard. It can be used in any of the embedded applications, for example, to enter a
URL for a website or to enter data into a spreadsheet, etc.
The on-screen keyboard also has a few special keys.
Volume down: lowers volume level
Volume up: raises volume level
Right click: simulates right-click of mouse
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Size: toggles on-screen keyboard size (small, medium, large)
Keyboard translucence down: decreases keyboard translucence
Keyboard translucence up: increases keyboard translucence
On-Screen Keyboard
The initial position of the on-screen keyboard is determined by the VT Pro-e®
program or Crestron Studio or SIMPL Windows settings. The on-screen keyboard
defaults to its largest size.
When the on-screen keyboard is moved or resized and then closed, it reopens at the
same position and size it was when closed. This position and size remain in memory
until the touch screen is rebooted or it is reset by the Crestron Studio or SIMPL
Windows program. After reboot, the position of the on-screen keyboard reverts to
the default position set in the VT Pro-e, Crestron Studio or SIMPL Windows
program. The size reverts to the largest as determined by the firmware installed in
the touch screen.
Exit the on-screen keyboard by touching the X (close button) in the upper right
corner of the keyboard window. If the Keyboard button on the setup menu is still
visible, it can also be touched to exit the keyboard.
Hard Button Feedback Details
The Hard Button Feedback section of the setup menu provides visual feedback for a
hard button press. Pressing a hard button results in its corresponding icon on the
screen illuminating in bright green.
Ethernet Status Details
The Ethernet Status section of the setup menu provides a Link Status light to indicate
an Ethernet connection and displays the current IP and MAC addresses.
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Save & Reboot and Shutdown Details
To save any changes and reboot the touch screen, touch Save & Reboot, located in
the lower right section of the setup menu.
To turn off the touch screen, touch Shut Down, located in lower right section of the
setup menu. This is the recommended method for shutting down the touch screen.
After the touch screen has shut down, the power supply can be safely removed from
the touch screen.
Exit Details
Touch Exit to leave the setup menu and return to the project. If no project has been
loaded, the touch screen displays an error message and returns to the setup menu.
Hardware Hookup
Ventilation
The TPMC-V12/15 should be used in a well-ventilated area.
To prevent overheating, do not operate this product in an area that exceeds the
environmental temperature range listed in the table of specifications.
Connect the Device
The TPMC-V12/15 can be connected using the included TPMC-V-IMCW interface
module or (if the video inputs provided by the TPMC-V-IMCW are not needed) it
can be connected directly to a Crestron control system (sold separately).
Make the necessary connections as called out in the illustration that follows this
paragraph. Apply power after all connections have been made.
When making connections to the TPMC-V12/15, use Crestron power supplies for
Crestron equipment.
Hardware Connections for the TPMC-V12/15 Using TPMC-V-IMCW (TPMC-V15 Shown)
24 Y Z G:
To TPMC-V-IMCW
VIDEO / LAN:
To TPMC-V-IMCW
USB:
To Mouse, Keyboard
or Flash Drive
MEMORY EXPANSION:
For MMC Compatible Card
Hardware Connections for the TPMC-V12/15 Without Using TPMC-V-IMCW (TPMC-V15 Shown)
24 Y Z G:
To Cresnet Network
or Power Supply
VIDEO / LAN*:
To LAN
USB:
To Mouse, Keyboard
or Flash Drive
MEMORY EXPANSION:
For MMC Compatible Card
* Negates video connectivity
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CAUTION: Do not apply excessive pressure to the touch screen display during
handling. Doing so can crack the screen and damage the touch screen.
NOTE: Direct connection of the TPMC-V12/15 to a Cresnet power source and
Ethernet LAN, without the use of the TPMC-V-IMCW, negates video connectivity.
NOTE: For wiring between the TPMC-V12 and interface module, use a
TPMC-V-CBL-S Siamese Cable, CresCAT®, CresCAT-D-HP, CresCAT-QM,
DM-CBL or quality CAT5e/CAT6. CAT5e/6 requires an additional CRESNET or
CRESNET-HP for Cresnet and power or else a single wire pair for power only. The
maximum length for CRESCAT-D-HP, CAT5e/6 + CRESNET-HP or CAT5e/6 + 14
AWG power wire is 330 feet (100 meters) minus the length of any Ethernet cable
connected to the LAN jack on the rear of the interface module. The maximum length
for CresCAT, CresCAT-QM, DM-CBL, CAT5e/6 + CRESNET or CAT5e/6 + 18
AWG power wire is 166 feet (50 meters) minus the length of any additional Ethernet
cable beyond 164 feet (50 meters).
NOTE: For wiring between the TPMC-V15 and interface module, use a
TPMC-V-CBL-S Siamese Cable, CresCAT, CresCAT-D-HP, CresCAT-QM,
DM-CBL or quality CAT5e/CAT6. CAT5e/6 requires an additional CRESNET or
CRESNET-HP for Cresnet and power or else a single wire pair for power only. The
maximum length for CRESCAT-D-HP, CAT5e/6 + CRESNET-HP or CAT5e/6 + 14
AWG power wire is 330 feet (100 meters) minus the length of any Ethernet cable
connected to the LAN jack on the rear of the interface module. The maximum length
for CresCAT, CresCAT-QM, DM-CBL, CAT5e/6 + CRESNET or CAT5e/6 + 18
AWG power wire is 190 feet (58 meters) minus the length of any additional Ethernet
cable beyond 140 feet (42 meters).
NOTE: Be sure to set Cresnet to Disable when using Ethernet. Refer to “Cresnet”
on page 32 for details.
NOTE: When booting the TPMC-V12/15, the only USB devices supported are a
keyboard or mouse. Having a USB drive or hub connected interferes with proper
booting of the touch screen.
NOTE: After inserting a USB device or MMC card, a “Found New Hardware”
window may appear. If this window appears, click “Yes” to close the window.
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Tilt Tension Adjustment
Tilt tension on the TPMC-V12/15 is preset at the factory to allow the screen to be
tilted anywhere within its 35 degree tilt range and maintain its position during use.
To tighten tilt tension or to fix the screen at a given tilt position, use the three Allen
screws accessed through the hole in the touch screen base, as shown in the following
illustration.
Position of Allen Screws for Tilt Tension Adjustment
Allen Screws for
Tilt Tension Adjustment
Recommended Cleaning
Keep the surface of the touch screen free of dirt, dust or other materials that could
degrade optical properties. Long-term contact with abrasive materials can scratch the
surface, which may detrimentally affect image quality.
For best cleaning results, use a clean, damp, non-abrasive cloth with any
commercially available non-ammonia glass cleaner. Bezels may not provide a
complete watertight seal. Therefore, apply cleaning solution to the cloth rather than
the surface of the touch screen. Wipe touch screen clean and avoid getting moisture
beneath the bezels.
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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, projects or firmware) can be transferred to the control system (or device).
Finally, program checks can be performed (such as changing the device ID or
creating an IP table) to ensure proper functioning.
NOTE: Crestron software and any files on the website are for authorized Crestron
dealers and Crestron Service Providers (CSPs) only. New users must register to
obtain access to certain areas of the site (including the FTP site).
Establishing Communication
Use Crestron Toolbox for communicating with the TPMC-V12/15; refer to the
Crestron Toolbox help file for details. There is a single method of communication:
TCP/IP communication.
Ethernet Communication
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Crestron Toolbox
The TPMC-V12/15 connects to PC via Ethernet:
1.
Use the Device Discovery Tool (click the
icon) in Crestron Toolbox to
detect all Ethernet devices on the network and their IP configuration. The
tool is available in Toolbox version 1.15.143 or later.
2.
Click on the TPMC-V12/15 to display information about the device.
Programs, Projects and Firmware
Program, project or 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 and projects via the programming software or to upload and
upgrade via the Crestron Toolbox. For details on uploading and upgrading, refer to
the Crestron Studio help file, SIMPL Windows help file, VT Pro-e help file or the
Crestron Toolbox help file.
Crestron Studio or
SIMPL Windows
If a Crestron Studio (or SIMPL Windows) program is provided, it can be uploaded to
the control system using Crestron Studio (or SIMPL Windows) or Crestron Toolbox.
Crestron Studio or VT Pro-e
Upload the Crestron Studio (or VT Pro-e) file to the touch screen using Crestron
Studio (or VT Pro-e) or Crestron Toolbox.
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Firmware
Check the Crestron website to find the latest firmware. (New users must register to
obtain access to certain areas of the site, including the FTP site.)
Upgrade TPMC-V12/15 firmware via Crestron Toolbox.
1.
Establish communication with the TPMC-V12/15 and display the “System
Info” window.
2.
Select Functions > Firmware… to upgrade the TPMC-V12/15 firmware.
NOTE: Projects and firmware can also be loaded via a USB flash drive or MMC
drive.
Program Checks
Actions that can be performed on the TPMC-V12/15 vary depending on whether it is
connected via Cresnet or Ethernet.
Cresnet Connections
For Cresnet connections, using Crestron Toolbox, display the network device tree
(Tools > Network Device Tree View) to show all network devices connected to the
control system. Right-click on the TPMC-V12/15 to display actions that can be
performed on the TPMC-V12/15.
Ethernet Connections
For Ethernet connections, using Crestron Toolbox, display the “System Info window
(Tools > System Info) and select the Functions menu to display actions that can be
performed on the TPMC-V12/15.
Be sure to use Crestron Toolbox to create the TPMC-V12/15 IP table.
1.
Select Functions > IP Table Setup.
2.
Add, modify or delete entries in the IP table. The TPMC-V12/15 can have
only one IP table entry.
3.
A defined IP table can be saved to a file or sent to the device.
Edit the control system’s IP table to include an entry for the TPMC-V12/15. The
entry should list the TPMC-V12/15’s IP ID (specified on the TPMC-V12/15’s IP
table) and the internal gateway IP address 127.0.0.1.
Restore
The restore console command restores the TPMC-V12/15 to its original factory
default settings and also restores the original version of the firmware.
NOTE: Use of the restore console command requires all service packs to be
re-installed as well.
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Operation – Security Infrastructure
Since the TPMC-V12/15 does not use a traditional hard drive but rather an image
that is restored every time the touch screen is rebooted, any virus infection is cleared
immediately after a reboot. However, using the currently available tools and
techniques, Crestron has provided an infrastructure that protects against possible
virus infections.
•
Executables/scripts brought in on external media:
The implementation of the TPMC-V12/15 series has restrictions on starting
any application or script. The only applications that can be started are those
allowed by Crestron and these can only be started from the Crestron project.
•
Downloaded program/script:
The browser is customized in such a way that files cannot be downloaded.
The only files the browser can open are the files it has plug-ins for, such as
PDF, etc. The user cannot change the options, as this window has been
disabled.
•
Browser hijack and browser vulnerability:
Crestron has patched all currently known hijacks and vulnerabilities. Future
updates can be downloaded from the Crestron website.
•
Email viruses:
There is no e-mail client installed on the TPMC-V12/15, so email-based
viruses cannot be executed.
•
Viruses that attack web/FTP servers:
The TPMC-V12/15 does not run a web or FTP server and is therefore not
listening to port 21 or 80. The only ports the system listens to are the ports
registered to Crestron.
•
Virus from other machines on the network:
Since drives on the TPMC-V12/15 can be shared on the network, it is
possible that a virus can write itself to files/folders on these shares. Our
recommendation therefore is to share as “Read-Only”, so that viruses
cannot attach themselves to files on the TPMC-V12/15.
•
ActiveX and Java:
The TPMC-V12/15 has ActiveX disabled and has no Java Virtual Machine
installed. These applets cannot run on the TPMC-V12/15.
NOTE: While browsing the Internet with the TPMC-V12/15, clicking on a link may
cause a message box titled “Restrictions” to appear that contains the text “This
operation has been cancelled due to restrictions in effect on this computer. Please
contact the system administrator.” If this message appears, checking Enable
Pop-ups in the “Embedded Apps” window (refer to “Embed Apps (Embedded
Applications)” on page 39) may correct this error. Other restrictions may also cause
this error, so this may not prevent all occurrences.
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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.
TPMC-V12/15 Troubleshooting
TROUBLE
Touch screen
does not
function.
POSSIBLE CAUSE(S)
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Touch screen is not
communicating with the
network.
Use Crestron Toolbox (via
SIMPL Windows or VT Pro-e)
to poll the network. Verify
network connection to the
touch screen.
Touch screen is
incorrectly calibrated.
Enter the setup menu or use
Crestron Toolbox to initiate the
calibration sequence and
recalibrate. (Refer to “Touch
Screen” on page 33.)
Network wiring is
incorrect.
Touch the screen to remove
any message and verify correct
wiring to all connectors.
Touch screen Cresnet ID
is not set to match the
Net ID in the SIMPL
program.
Use Crestron Toolbox to poll
the network. Verify that the
Cresnet ID for the touch screen
is properly set to match the Net
ID in the SIMPL program.
Touch screen Cresnet ID
is not unique; two or
more units share the
same ID.
Use Crestron Toolbox to poll
the network and verify that
each ID is used only once.
Standby timeout has
elapsed.
Touch the screen to reactivate.
Screen brightness is
improperly set.
Adjust screen brightness from
the Video Setup” menu. (Refer
to “Video Setup” on page 36.)
Unexpected
response from
the touch
screen.
Touch screen is
incorrectly calibrated.
Enter the setup menu or use
Crestron Toolbox to initiate the
calibration sequence and
recalibrate. (Refer to “Touch
Screen” on page 33.)
Video window
on touch
screen has no
display.
Video connection is
incorrect.
Verify proper connections on
the touch screen.
Video cable used is
incorrect.
Verify that the correct video
cable is being used.
Loaded VT Pro-e project
file is incorrect.
Make sure that video window
object resides in project,
re-compile and reload.
Touch screen
is not
responding.
Touch screen
display is dark.
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TPMC-V12/15 Troubleshooting (Continued)
TROUBLE
POSSIBLE CAUSE(S)
Communications
via the LAN port
is not
functioning.
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Ethernet connection
(IEC) is incorrect.
Verify proper connection at
touch screen LAN port.
Incorrect touch screen
selected in SIMPL
Windows.
Select “Touchpanel (Ethernet)”
instead of “Touchpanel
(Cresnet)”.
Another device set to
the same IP address.
Obtain new touch screen static
IP address.
Possible bad port on the
hub.
Use crossover cable to connect
directly to the Ethernet port on
a PC and ping the IP address
of the touch screen to confirm
communication. If it is good,
confirm hub port by testing with
another Ethernet device.
Check Network Wiring
Use the Right Wire
Calculate Power
To ensure optimum performance over the full range of the installation topology, use
Crestron Certified Wire only. Failure to do so may incur additional charges if
support is required to identify performance deficiencies because of using improper
wire.
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. Use the Crestron Power
Calculator to help calculate how much power is needed for the system
(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 daisy
chained on the run, the Cresnet power usage of each network unit to be daisy
chained must be added together to determine the Cresnet power usage of the entire
chain. If the unit is 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
L<
40,000
RxP
Where: L = Length of run (or chain) in feet
R = 6 Ohms (Crestron Certified Wire: 18 AWG (0.75 mm2 ))
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 (101 meters). If
Cresnet HP is used for the same run, its length could extend to 1250 feet (381
meters).
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NOTE: All Crestron certified Cresnet wiring must consist of two twisted pairs. One
twisted pair is the 24 and G pair and the other twisted pair is the Y and Z pair.
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
Use of a Cresnet Hub/Repeater (CNXHUB) is advised whenever the number of
Cresnet devices on a network exceeds 20 or when the combined total length of
Cresnet cable exceeds 3000 feet (914 meters).
Reference Documents
All documents mentioned in this guide are available at www.crestron.com/manuals.
List of Related Reference Documents
DOCUMENT TITLE
3-Series Control Systems Reference Guide
Crestron e-Control Reference Guide
TPMC-V12-WALL, V12-WALL & WMKC-V12 Wall Mount Kits
TPMC-V15-WALL, V15-WALL & WMKC-V15 Wall Mount Kits
Further Inquiries
To locate specific information or resolve questions after reviewing this guide,
contact Crestron's True Blue Support at 1-888-CRESTRON [1-888-273-7876] or, for
assistance within a particular geographic region, refer to the listing of Crestron
worldwide offices at www.crestron.com/offices.
To post a question about Crestron products, log onto Crestron’s Online Help at
www.crestron.com/onlinehelp. First-time users must 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 TPMC-V12/15, 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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