Control Your Video VIDEO WALLS VIDEO PROCESSORS VIDEO MATRIX SWITCHES EXTENDERS SPLITTERS WIRELESS CABLES & ACCESSORIES Control Commands Model #: SW-HBT-C6IRLT-4X4E © 2013 Avenview Inc. All rights reserved. The contents of this document are provided in connection with Avenview Inc. (“Avenview”) products. Avenview makes no representations or warranties with respect to the accuracy or completeness of the contents of this publication and reserves the right to make changes to specifications and product descriptions at any time without notice. No license, whether express, implied, or otherwise, to any intellectual property rights is granted by this publication. Except as set forth in Avenview Standard Terms and Conditions of Sale, Avenview assumes no liability whatsoever, and claims any express or implied warranty, relating to its products are is strictly prohibited. Rev.3.15 SECTION 1: COMMAND PROTOCOL FORMAT (RS-232 SERIAL PORT) 1. SERIAL PORT SETTING - Baud Rate: 19200 bps - Data Bit: 8 bits - Parity: None - Flow Control: None - Stop Bit: 1 RS-232 Wiring (Straight Connection) SW-HBT-C6IRLT-4X4E Assignment PIN 1 NC 2 TxD 3 RxD 4 NC 5 GND 6 NC 7 NC 8 NC 9 NC è ç Remote Controller(PC) PIN De ﬁnition 1 NC 2 TxD RxD 3 4 NC 5 GND 6 NC 7 NC 8 NC 9 NC www.avenview.com Page 1 2. RS-232 & Telnet Commands All commands will be not executed unless followed with a carriage return (0x0D) and commands are case sensitive. Command Active A1~A4 Switch Output A to 1~4 B1~B4 Switch Output B to 1~4 C1~C4 Switch Output C to 1~4 D1~D4 Switch Output D to 1~4 AB...1~AB...4 Switch Output A B C D... to 1~4 at the same time SETIP <IP> <SubNet> <GW> Setting IP. SubNet. GateWay (Static IP) RSTIP IP Configuration Was Reset To Factory Defaults <DHCP> IPCONFIG Display the Current IP Config P0 Power OFF P1 Power ON I1~I4 Switch all the Output to 1~4 ST Display the current matrix status and F/W version RS System Reset to H4 EM Setting EDID MODE. 1-STD 2-TV ? Display all the available commands Quit Exit (for telnet only) www.avenview.com Page 2 3. TELNET CONTROL Using TCP/IP protocol, sent to Port 23 for Telnet communication. The user can confirm from the OSD menu or through RS-232 command to check Telnet connection behavior. To use the telnet control, please ensure that both the Matrix (via the 'LAN /CONTROL' port) and the PC/Laptop are connected to the active networks not directly connected. To access the telnet control in Windows 7, click on the 'Start' menu and type "cmd" in the Search field then press enter. Under Windows XP go to the 'Start' menu and click on "Run", type "cmd" with then press enter. Under Mac OS X, go to Go→Applications→Utilities→Terminal See below for reference. www.avenview.com Page 4 In the CMD window proceed to type "telnet", then the IP address of the unit and "23", then hit enter/return. Note: The IP address of the Matrix can be displayed on the device's LCM monitor by pressing the Menu button twice. After connecting to the Matrix Switcher via IP address. Type "HELP" to preview the list of commands available. Type “IPCONFIG” To confirm all IP configurations. To RESET the IP ADDRESS; type “RSTIP” /To SET a STATIC IP, type”SETIP” (For a full list of commands, see Section 1.3). Note: Commands will not be executed unless followed by a carriage return. Commands are case-insensitive. If the IP is changed then the IP Address required for Telnet access will also change accordingly. www.avenview.com Page 5 4. WEB GUI CONTROL On a PC/Laptop that is connected to the same active network as the Matrix, open a web browser and type device's IP address on the web address entry bar. The browser will display the device's status, control and User setting pages. Click on the 'Control' tab to control power, input/output ports, EDID and reset mode www.avenview.com Page 6 Clicking on the 'User Setting' tab allows you to reset the IP configuration. The system will ask for a reboot of the device every time any of the settings are changed. The IP address needed to access the Web GUI control will also need to be changed accordingly on the web address entry bar. www.avenview.com Page 7 AV Connectivity, Distribution And Beyond... 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