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TLP 710CV and TLE 710 • Setup Guide
Overview
The Extron TLP 710CV 7-inch Cable Cubby® TouchLink™ touchpanel and TLE 710 enclosure provide AV connectivity using
convenient pullout cables. The TLP 710CV also provides simple and versatile configuration and control for a range of IP Link®
control systems using a touch screen. The touchpanel communicates through an Ethernet connection to a configurable IP Link
control processor. Video and audio input is provided by a twisted pair cable connected to an MTP transmitter.
NOTE: The network output must connect via a network switch, hub, or router to an Ethernet LAN or the Internet, with
an Extron IP Link controller on the same network. Suggested controllers include IPL T S series (for example, IPL T S4),
IPL 250, IPL T CR48, IPL T SFI244, or IPCP series.
The first four pages of this guide provides basic instructions for experienced installers to mount either the TLP 710CV or the
TLE 710. The last four pages show initial configuration for the TLP 710CV. For reference material and full instructions about
configuring the touchpanel, see the TLP 710CV User Guide (see www.extron.com).
Tools Required for Installation
Vacuum Cleaner
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Before making any cuts, select the best location for the
TLP 710CV or TLE 710.
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Ensure that the edge that opens on the lid is oriented correctly.
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Ensure there is enough space for all the system cables and
components, including cable retractors, if they are to be
installed.
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Decide on the method for cutting a hole in the table:
Square
Tape Measure
Safety Glasses
Phillips Screw Driver
1/4" Hex Nut Driver
Hand router and template
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CNC wood router
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Jigsaw and paper template
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Verify that you have the correct template or dimensions.
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Check all relevant regulations.
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Ensure the installation complies with local, state, and
national building and electrical codes.
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Ensure the installation complies with the Americans with
Disabilities Act or other accessibility requirements.
Without Power
Module
AC Power Module*
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Table Clamps
Extron
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Zip Ties
AAP Shelf Bracket Kits
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2 Pos
3 Pos
NOTES:
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Inside the US, the TLP 710CV may be purchased with or without an AC power module. If required, a power module for
the TLE 710 must be purchased separately. Outside the US, see www.extron.com to find an AC power module for
your country.
Active or Passive AAPs must be purchased separately (see www.extron.com).
The Power over Ethernet injector is provided only with the TLP 710CV.
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TLP 710CV and TLE 710 • Setup Guide (Continued)
Mounting the TLP 710CV and TLE 710
Step 1 — Obtain Cut-out Dimensions
ATTENTION:
• The table should be cut only by licensed and bonded craftspeople.
• Make certain the correct cut-out dimensions are being used before proceeding to the next step. Extron is not
responsible for mounting holes that are incorrectly cut.
• The surfaces of the Cable Cubby enclosure have screws and other protruding hardware that could damage fine
furniture. Do not rest the enclosure on unprotected furniture.
• Ensure the table surface is at least 0.375 inches (0.95 cm) thick.
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If using a hand router, you should purchase the Extron TLP 710CV routing template (part number 70-980-01).
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If using a CNC wood router, use the exact cut-out dimensions (see below).
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If using a reciprocating saw or jigsaw use the paper cut-out template (part number 68‑2179‑01 available under the Downloads
tab on the TLP 710CV page at www.extron.com.).
Step 2 — Cut the Surface
CAUTION:
Risk of personal injury: To avoid eye injury, wear safety glasses when operating power equipment.
Be certain the cut is laid out in exactly the desired location and the edge that opens on the lid is correctly oriented. After verifying
and checking dimensions, cut a hole in the surface of the furniture where the enclosure will be installed (see “Preparing the Table”
in the TLP 710CV User Guide). There are three methods for cutting the hole in the table:
Using a hand router
Recommended method — Use the Extron TLP 710CV routing template, part
number 70-980-01. Refer to the Routing Template User Guide, available at
www.extron.com, to prepare the template and use the template to cut the
hole.
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Step 3 — Run all Cables
Run all cables necessary to support the AC connector, the cables stored in the cubby, and all planned AAP connectors. Run the
cables below the table and through the hole that was cut in Step 2. Leave enough slack in the cables to connect or route them
before the cubby is installed in the table. Leave enough space under the enclosure for the external power supply and connection
of AV cables and the network connection for the TLP 710CV.
Step 4 — Install Cable Retractors (Optional)
If required, Extron cable retractors should be installed in the
enclosure at this stage. For complete information about retractors
and how to install them, see the Retractors User Guide, which is
available from the Extron website (www.extron.com).
Step 5 — Install Power Module (Optional)
ATTENTION: For units that are used in North America, only use
AC power modules that are UL Listed Model “Cable Cubby
AC Power Module”.
The unit is not UL Listed if it uses any AC power module other
than Model “Cable Cubby AC Power Module”.
NOTE: For models that do not include a power module, see the
Extron website to select a power module that is suitable for
your location.
Secure the power module
to the TLP 710CV frame
with #4-40 Phillips head
screws and star washers.
The power module takes up two or three AAP spaces, depending on
the model, and may be installed before or after the AAP assembly is
installed. It may be installed with AAPs on either side.
1. Secure the power module into position with #4-40 Phillips
head screws and star washers.
CAUTION: Risk of electric shock: To ensure good
electrical grounding, you must use the star washers with
the screws.
2. Run the cable or conduit to a convenient junction box.
Extron recommends the circuit be attached to a junction
box that is directly wired to the main circuit.
Step 6 — AAP Assembly
Install all desired cables into the cable pass‑through AAPs and
install the AAPs into the Cable Cubby.
The simplest way to install the cables and AAPs is to populate
the AAP brackets outside the cubby and then install the
populated AAP shelf assembly into the cubby.
Rear Brackets
Front Brackets
Install cables in the pass-through holes as shown in the figure to the right.
TIP: Hand tightening the #4-40 nuts makes it easier to place and
secure the assembly inside the enclosure.
NOTE: An extra column of AAP bracket mounting points is available
for use with TLP Single-space AAP mounting brackets (part
number 70-693-01). Single-space brackets will not fit in any other
location.
The extra column
of mounting points
is for installing
single-space
AAP brackets.
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TLP 710CV and TLE 710 • Setup Guide (Continued)
Step 7 — Install the AAP Assembly
1. From under the table, push the first AAP assembly
through the bottom of the enclosure. The holes in the
rear bracket must align with the bottom row of holes on
the rear face of the enclosure.
TIP: Ensure there is enough space above the
AAP assembly for the lid to close completely
without cables or connectors contacting the
touchpanel.
2. Secure the AAP assembly into position with the
provided Phillips head screws.
Phillips Head Screws
(secure AAP
Assembly)
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3. Tighten the nuts that secure the AAPs to the brackets.
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AAP Nuts.
Step 8 — Mounting the Enclosure
Mount the Cable Cubby enclosure in the table.
CAUTION: The flanged edges of the trim ring are sharp. Exercise caution when the cubby is not installed in a table to
prevent personal injury.
ATTENTION:
The trim ring edges are soft and can easily be nicked or bent. Exercise caution when handling and mounting
the enclosure.
1. Remove the edge grommet protecting the edges of the trim ring and the plastic film on the finished surfaces.
ATTENTION:
finishes.
Do not use isopropyl alcohol or other solvents to clean the Cable Cubby. Strong solvents will ruin some
2. Carefully lower the enclosure into the hole cut in the table (see
“Step 2 — Cut the Surface” on page 2). Ensure the trim ring (e) is
flush with the top of the table.
c) to the pins on each side
of the enclosure. It may be necessary to loosen the wingnuts (a)
and the Phillips head screws (b).
3. Under the table, attach the table clamps (
4. When the clamps are properly seated on the pins, tighten the Phillips
head screws until the clamp faces (d) are tightly secured against the
bottom of the table.
5. To prevent the screws from becoming loose, secure the wingnuts
against the table clamp bodies.
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Connecting the TLP 710CV
NOTE:
The rest of this guide applies only to the TLP 710CV (not to the TLE 710).
The cable connections are located in a panel on the bottom of the TLP 710CV:
c b
POWER
12V
1.0A MAX
LAN / PoE
a
a
b
c
MTP
MTP connector
LAN and PoE connector
External power supply connector
Step 9 — Connect the MTP Input
Connect the output of an Extron Mini Twisted Pair (MTP) transmitter to the MTP socket (a) on the TLP 710CV. This signal
provides composite or S-video and audio input.
ATTENTION:
Ensure the MTP transmitter is connected to the MTP socket (a, in the figure above). Both the MTP
connector and the LAN and PoE connector use RJ-45 connectors, but the wires on each connector use different voltages.
Inputting the wrong voltages into a socket will damage the TLP 710CV.
Step 10 — Connect the Network and Power Over Ethernet Connector
Extron strongly recommends using a Power over Ethernet (PoE) power supply, although a 12 VDC, 1.0 A power supply (not
provided) can be used instead (see below).
ATTENTION:
• Before connecting the PoE connector (b), read the cautions listed in the “Network and Power over Ethernet
Connector” section of the TLP 710CV User Guide, which is available at www.extron.com.
• Ensure the network connector is connected to the network socket (b). Both the MTP connector and the LAN and PoE
connector use RJ-45 connectors, but the wires on each connector use different voltages. Inputting the wrong voltages
into a socket will damage the TLP 710CV.
Connecting to the Network Directly (Using an external 12 VDC Power Supply)
If the PoE power supply is not used, run a straight-through cable from the LAN/PoE connection (b) to a network switch or router.
Connecting to a Power over Ethernet Power Supply
1. Use a straight-through LAN cable to connect the LAN-IN socket to a
Power over Ethernet (PoE) Power Supply
network switch or router.
2. Use a second straight-through LAN cable to connect the PWR LAN-OUT
PWR LAN-OUT
socket to the LAN/PoE connector (b) on the TLP 710CV. This cable carries
network information and 48 VDC.
LAN-IN
3. Connect the IEC power cord from the power supply to a convenient
100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50‑60 Hz power source.
To TLP 710CV
To Network Switch
Step 11 — Connect the External Power Supply (Optional)
CAUTION: Before connecting the power supply, read the cautions listed in the “Power Connector” section of the
TLP 710CV User Guide, which is available at www.extron.com.
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NOTE: For advice about using captive screw connections, see the notes in the “Power
Connector” section of the TLP 710CV User Guide, which is available at www.extron.com.
POWER
12V
1.0A MAX
Extron strongly recommends using PoE to provide power to the TLP 710CV. To use a 12 VDC, 1.0 A
power supply (not provided), connect the two pole, 3.5 mm captive screw connector from the power
supply (part number 70-775-01) to the power supply socket on the rear panel (c).
3/16"
(5 mm) Max.
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TLP 710CV and TLE 710 • Setup Guide (Continued)
Step 12 — Power on the TLP 710CV for the First Time
Power on all the devices connected to the TLP 710CV.
When the 12 VDC power supply or the PoE power
supply is switched on, the TLP 710CV will boot up and,
if a graphical user interface (GUI) has been designed
and loaded onto the touchpanel, that screen will be
displayed. If a GUI has not been loaded, a plain blue
screen will be displayed.
Insert the removal tool in the
slot at one top corner and
loosen the bezel away from
the screen.
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Move the removal tool to
the second slot and
loosen the bezel away from
the screen.
Front Panel Features
With the lid down, the screen, light sensor, and the
illumination LED are disabled. They are all activated by
opening the lid.
To see all the front panel features, remove the bezel,
using the Extron Removal Tool (see the figure to the
right).
Slide the removal tool along
one side until the bezel
separates from the unit.
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2
4
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For a complete description of all these features and their function, see the TLP 710CV User Guide.
a
b
Light Sensor — monitors ambient light level and adjusts screen brightness.
LCD screen — has a 800x480 resolution with a touch overlay. Extron software is used to design and configure a graphic user
interface to display buttons, text, or icons, which have user‑defined functions associated with them (see GUI Design and
Configuration on page 8).
c
MTP Video Signal Adjustments — Three MTP signal adjustments are available for S-video: luminance gain (VID/Y), S-video
chrominance gain (C), and sharpness (S). For composite video signals, the VID/Y adjustment controls the gain.
d
e
Reset LED — provides feedback about the mode status when the user presses the reset button.
f
g
Reset Button — allows the unit to be reset to one of four different modes (see page 8).
Controller Communication LED — is unlit during normal operation. The LED blinks red if the connection to the IP Link
controller is lost.
Menu Button — activates the on-screen menus for calibrating the unit.
NOTE: The MTP video signal adjustments, reset LED, controller communication LED, reset button, and menu button
can be accessed only after removing the front panel bezel (see the figure at the top of the page).
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Speaker — provides audible feedback for the user.
Bezel Removal Slots — allow removal of bezel, using Extron removal tool (see the figure at the top of the page).
Illumination LED — provides light for cable cubby enclosure.
Initial Configuration
Before use, configure the touchpanel, using the on-screen menus.
1. Remove the bezel, using the Extron removal tool.
g in the figures on page 6). The Main menu screen opens.
2. Press the Menu button once (
Main
Volume
Sleep timer: 005 Min
Down
Up
Auto Backlight
PoE
Active
On
Time
Backlight: 073%
Network
Video
Down
Up
Exit
3. Touch an on-screen button to highlight and select that option (the button turns green with a yellow border).
4. Use the Up and Down buttons to adjust the value. Some options have a single button and toggle between Off and On when
the button is pressed.
There are five different screens (Main, Volume, Time, Network, and Video) that can be selected by pressing the appropriate button
at the left side of the screen. There is also an Exit button at the bottom left corner of the screen for saving changes and leaving
the menus.
Use the screens to adjust the following options (for more information, see the TLP 710CV User Guide).
Main — Adjusts the Sleep timer, Backlight, and Auto Backlight functions. The screen also provides information about the PoE
status.
Volume — Adjusts the Master, Click, Sounds, and Line In volume settings.
Time — Sets the correct time and date.
Network — Sets the IP address and the subnet mask, and enables or disables Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol.
Video — Provides a small video preview window and the controls to adjust the video contrast, color, brightness, and tint.
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TLP 710CV and TLE 710 • Setup Guide (Continued)
Calibration Screen
g in the figures on page 6). The calibration screen
1. To access the calibration screen, press the Menu button a second time (
opens with the on-screen button in the top left corner highlighted.
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+
Press and Hold
Highlighted Box
Until Color Changes
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+
2. Press the highlighted button until it turns gray and a new button is highlighted. When all four points have been calibrated, the
screen reopens to the Main Screen.
3. Press Exit to close the on-screen menus.
4. Reattach the bezel.
Reset Modes
The touchpanel has four reset modes: Factory Firmware Mode, Run or Stop Events Mode, Reset All IP Settings Mode, and Reset
Factory Defaults Mode. These modes can be initiated by pressing the reset button (f in the figures on page 6). Do not use the
reset button until you have read all the information about the different modes (see the TLP 710CV User Guide).
GUI Design and Configuration
Use Extron GUI Configurator (version 1.3 or later) to design the graphical user interface that will appear on the TouchLink panel.
Use Extron Global Configurator (version 3.3 or later) to assign functions to the elements of the graphical user interface. For
complete information about these software programs, see the help file of the appropriate program.
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