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UltraMatrix AV
AUDIO/VIDEO MATRIX SWITCH
INSTALLATION AND
OPERATIONS MANUAL
10707 Stancliff Road
Houston, Texas 77099
Phone (281) 933-7673
www.rose.com
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INTRODUCTION
Contents
Page
Disclaimer............................................................................................................................................................................. 1
Introduction........................................................................................................................................................................... 1
Features............................................................................................................................................................................ 1
Installation (single unit) ........................................................................................................................................................ 3
Installation (multiple units).................................................................................................................................................... 7
Operating UltraMatrix AV ..................................................................................................................................................... 9
Macro’s............................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Safety ................................................................................................................................................................................. 13
Safety and EMC Regulatory Statements........................................................................................................................ 13
Service Information ............................................................................................................................................................ 14
Maintenance and Repair ................................................................................................................................................ 14
Technical Support........................................................................................................................................................... 14
Figures
Page
Figure 1. Typical Installation ................................................................................................................................................ 3
Figure 2. Configure Router................................................................................................................................................... 4
Figure 3. Rose Control Switching Matrix.............................................................................................................................. 5
Figure 4. Multiple Unit Installation ........................................................................................................................................ 7
Figure 5. Configure Router (Multiple units) .......................................................................................................................... 7
Figure 6. RoseControl 16x32 ............................................................................................................................................... 8
Figure 7. Operating the RoseControl Matrix ........................................................................................................................ 9
Figure 8. Macros ................................................................................................................................................................ 10
Figure 9. Help menu........................................................................................................................................................... 11
Appendices
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Appendix A – General Specifications................................................................................................................................. 15
INTRODUCTION
Disclaimer
While every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this manual, the manufacturer assumes no responsibility for
errors or omissions. Neither does the manufacturer assume any liability for damages resulting from the use of the
information contained herein. The manufacturer reserves the right to change the specifications, functions, or circuitry of
the product at any time without notice.
The manufacturer cannot accept liability for damages due to misuse of the product or other circumstances outside the
manufacturer’s control. The manufacturer will not be responsible for any loss, damage, or injury arising directly or
indirectly from the use of this product.
(See limited warranty)
Introduction
®
Thank you for choosing Rose Electronics UltraMatrix AV™ for your audio and VGA video switching requirements. The
UltraMatrix AV is designed especially for control rooms, audio/video presentations, security centers and many other
digital media applications.
The ease of switching audio and video sources makes the UltraMatrix AV a versatile and flexible addition to your
system. Up to 16 video sources and 16 audio sources can be switched to any selected output port. The audio can be
automatically switched with the video source or the audio can be switched independently of the video. This is ideal for
routing one sound track to several video clips. The video and audio switching can be controlled by an IR controller, the
RS232 input using a PC Windows based software or individually controlled at the remote location.
The UltraMatrix AV supports resolutions up to 1600 x 1200 (bandwidth – 200 MHz) for high quality imagery and video
and full stereo audio with a frequency response of 20Hz to 20 KHz.
Repetitive switching sequences can be recorded and saved in 1 of 50 macros for playback at any time.
Installation consists of two procedures:
1. Connecting the equipment
a. Computer videos
b. Audio sources
2. Installing the access software for controlling the UltraMatrix AV.
Each computer’s video is connected using a HD15M to HD15M cable
Each computer’s audio is connected using a standard 3.5mm stereo audio cable
The access software makes switching the selected input to an output fast and easy. Just click on the input source and
then the output destination and the video and audio is instantly switched. By default, the video and audio from a selected
input source are switched together to the output destination. The audio can be configured to switch independently from
the video allowing you to distribute the audio to several output destinations.
Features
Switch multiple video and audio signals to multiple monitors and stereo speakers
Route stereo audio together with the video signal to multiple outputs
Supports all video formats
(VGA / SVGA / XGA / RGBHV / SOG and others)
Video bandwidth of 200MHz
Supports resolutions up to 1600 x 1200
Save and playback up to 50 different Macro routing sequences
Click and switch intuitive software for audio and video switching
Add additional units to increase the number of monitors (up to 64) that can be switched to
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MODELS
Front Panel
Indicators
Communication
Power
Connectors
RJ45 controller input
RJ45 Expansion
Rear Panel
Connectors
16- audio input
16- audio output
(Standard 3.5 mm
Stereo Mini plug)
16 video input
16 video output
(HD15F connectors)
1- RS232 serial input
OUTPUTS
INPUTS
The right side of the rear panel is the video and audio inputs (16)
The left side of the rear panel is the video and audio outputs (16)
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Power / Switch
INSTALLATION
Installation (single unit)
CPU #1
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CPU #16
Monitor/
Speakers #1
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Monitor/
Speakers #16
Serial
Cable to
RS-232 port
Figure 1. Typical Installation
Control Computer
It is a good idea to pre-plan the installation of the UltraMatrix AV and the connected equipment. It is recommended that
each video input be labeled to keep track of the video source. Each video and audio input can be assigned a name for
ease of identification. The name assignment is performed during the RoseControl software installation.
Installation of the UltraMatrix AV consists of connecting each of the video and audio output sources to the video and
audio input ports on the UltraMatrix AV. All video and audio inputs are located on the right half of the rear panel and are
labeled video 1 – 16 and audio 1 – 16. Connect the video from the HD15F video output connector on computer #1 to
the HD15F video input connector #1 using an HD15M to HD15M cable. Connect the audio from the audio output
connector on computer #1 to the audio input connector #1 using a standard 3.5mm male to male stereo audio cable.
Connect the remaining video and audio sources to the corresponding video and audio inputs. Keep the video and audio
together, meaning computer #1’s video and audio should be connected to the UltraMatrix AV video #1 and audio #1
inputs.
When all connections have been made, power up the system. It is recommended that you first power on all monitors,
then the UltraMatrix AV unit, then boot each computer.
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Install the RoseControl switching software on the computer or laptop that will be used to control and switch the video
and optional audio inputs. Installation of RoseControl follows the standard Windows® type installation procedure.
Follow the onscreen instructions to properly install the software.
NOTE: All equipment should be powered on prior to installing the RoseControl software.
When the installation of RoseControl is complete, a RoseControl ICON will be placed in the start-up menu.
Click on the RoseControl Icon
to invoke the switching software. If you have saved a previous configuration, you can
load that configuration by clicking on the “Yes” tab, select the configuration file, and load it to the OSD matrix.
If you click on the “No” tab, the “Configure Router” window will display as shown below.
Figure 2. Configure Router
For a single unit installation, configure the UltraMatrix AV as follows:
1. Select 1 for the “Router Count”.
2. The “Advanced Configuration” check box is used for configuring more than 1 UltraMatrix AV unit.
Leave this check box blank for configuring 1 unit.
3. Click on the down arrow for “Router Type” selection. For this model, select AV-16x16.
4. A/V Split check box is not available
5. The “Inputs” and “Outputs” fields will change to match the router type selected (16 inputs and 16 outputs)
These fields can be manually changed to any value from 1 to 16. If you have 4 video input sources to switch to
8 displays, change the inputs field to 4 and the outputs field to 8. The switching matrix will automatically adjust
to a 4 x 8 switching matrix.
6. Select the “Com Port” to connect the serial communication cable to.
7. The “Router Timeout” field set how many seconds the program will wait for the UltraMatrix AV unit to respond
to commands. Example: 2.5 will wait 2 and 1/2 seconds. If 0 is entered, the unit will not wait for a response and
any errors that occur will not display.
8. The “Comm Type” field set to “Type A”
9. When all fields are set to the correct values, click on the “OK” tab. The matrix OSD will display as
shown in Figure 3.
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The RoseControl switching matrix is a dynamic matrix that will automatically adjust the number of inputs and outputs
selected on the “Configure Router” screen. The default matrix is set to 16 x 16 for a single unit installation.
The switching matrix makes it easy to select and switch any input video and optional audio source to any output
destination. By clicking on a cross-point, you can route a single or multiple outputs to a single input source but an output
can only be connected to one input source.
In the example shown in Figure 3, Input 04 is connected to output 03, 07, and 08.
Figure 3. Rose Control Switching Matrix
The input names (In 01 – In 16) and the Output Names (Out 01 – Out 16) can be changed to a name that identifies the
video source and destination. In 01 could be videofeed1, In 03 could be Computer 6, In 04 could be DVR player, etc.
The output names can also be changed to identify the display location or function.
To select multiple outputs to connect to a single input, hold the control (Ctrl) key down and click
on the individual output numbers needed. Next, click on the input number to route to the selected outputs.
Example:
To route outputs 1, 3, 5, 7, and 16 to input #2, hold down the control key, click on the output numbers 1, 3, 5, 7, and 16.
When all outputs are selected, click on input number 2.
To select multiple adjacent outputs to connect to a single input, click on the first output number, hold down the
shift key, then click on the last output number.
Example:
To route outputs 1-5 to input #3 and outputs 7-12 to input #7, click on output number 1, hold down the shift key and click
on output number 5, then click on the input #3. Next click on output number 7, hold down the shift key and click on
output number 12, then click on the input #7.
To route a single input to all outputs, hold down the control key and click on an input number.
Example:
To route input #7 to outputs 1-16, hold down the control key and click on the input #7. Outputs 1-16 will be routed to
input #7.
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On the right side of the RoseControl switching matrix there are up to 50 macro tabs that are used to save and play back
macros. These macros store a set sequence of routes.
To record a macro:
1. Click on the Record button. A blinking “recording” message below this button will be displayed to indicate that all
routes are being recorded.
2. Select the desired cross points. There is no limit on the number of routes you may record.
3. If you click a macro button while in the record mode, the macro will be executed, and these routes will be added
to the recording. This makes it possible to combine the routes of two or more macros into one bigger macro.
4. When finished, click the “Save Macro” button. You will be instructed to then click on one of the macro buttons.
Doing this will save the recorded routes to that button.
To cancel saving the macro, click the “Cancel Save” button.
5. To play back a macro, simply click on one of the 50 macro buttons. Use the scrollbar to bring any of these into
view.
6. The macros are automatically saved in the current configuration file. They are also saved when you select the
File/Save Configuration... menu.
NOTE: A macro is temporarily saved in the macro tabs (1-50) for the current session. If power is cycled or removed, all
macro settings are lost. To permently save the macro and session settings, click on “File” and choose “Save
Configuration” or “Save Configuration As” and save the session and all macro information to a file on the controlling
computer.
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Installation (multiple units)
The installation of multiple units consists of one designated master unit and one or more secondary units. All secondary
units must have the frame address set for the unit by the factory. The master unit will have a frame address of “0x00”,
the secondary units will have a frame address of “0x01”, “0x02”. Etc. The frame address is used when switching ports
using RoseControl software or via serial HEX commands sent to the units. (See serial control for instructions)
To install and control multiple units, you will need a VGA “Y” cable to connect from the computer’s video port to unit #1
and unit #2’s VGA input ports. An audio “Y” cable is needed if your units have the audio switching option. Also a serial
“Y” cable is connected from the controlling computer or laptop to each unit’s RS232 port.
When connecting the VGA and optional audio “Y” cables, connect both the VGA and audio cables to the same port
number on the master and the secondary unit. (Computer #1 video to the master video port #1 and the secondary video
port #1)
Secondary unit
Master Unit
Controlling
Laptop with
RoseControl
Software installed
1 of 16
computers
Figure 4. Multiple Unit Installation
Install RoseControl software on the controlling computer and start the program. Configure the unit as shown in Figure 5.
Figure 5. Configure Router (Multiple units)
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1. Select 2 for the “Router Count”.
2. The “Advanced Configuration” check box is used for configuring more than 1 UltraMatrix AV unit.
Leave this check box blank for configuring multiple units using “Y” video, audio, and serial cables.
3. Select AV-16x16 for “Router Type 00”.
4. Select AV-16x16 for “Router Type 01”
5. A/V Split check box is not available
6. Select the “Com Port” to connect the serial communication cable to.
7. The “Router Timeout” field set how many seconds the program will wait for the UltraMatrix AV unit to respond
to commands. Example: 2.5 will wait 2 and 1/2 seconds. If 0 is entered, the unit will not wait for a response and
any errors that occur will not display.
8. The “Comm Type” field set to “Type A”
9. When all fields are set to the correct values, click on the “OK” tab. The matrix OSD will display as
shown in Figure 6
Figure 6. RoseControl 16x32
The RoseControl switching matrix will display a 16 in by 32 out matrix. Use the bottom scroll bar to display outputs 1-32.
Outputs 1-16 are the Master unit outputs and outputs 17-32 and the secondary unit outputs. To switch the input #1
video source to output #2 on the master and secondary units, click on the cross-point In 01, Out 02 and In01, Out 17.
This switches the video source on the master and secondary units to the input #1 port and the destination on the master
and secondary unit to output port #2.
This configuration routes a single video source to two output destinations, one on the master unit and one on the
secondary unit. The output destination pairs are 1 and 16, 2 and 17, 3 and 18, … 16 and 32. You can switch a single
video source to a single output port by not selecting the output port on the master (1-16) or the secondary (17-32) unit.
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Operating UltraMatrix AV
Operating the UltraMatrix AV is performed from a standalone computer or laptop connected via a serial cable (single unit
installation) or serial “Y” cable (multiple unit installation) to the unit’s RS232 port. RoseControl software is used for all
video source selection and destination routing. Inputs are listed vertically and outputs horizontally. Routing a video
source to a destination monitor is performed by clicking on the input / output cross-point. You can also route a video
source to a destination by first clicking on the output numbered tab across the top of the matrix, then click on an input
numbered tab on the left side of the matrix. Input and output names can be changed by highlighting the name and
entering the new name. A video source can be routed to one, two or all outputs, but an output can only be connected to
a single input.
Figure 7. Operating the RoseControl Matrix
Multiple adjacent output selection
To select multiple outputs that are next to each
other, click on one output, then hold down the shift
key and select the last output. The output range
will be selected as shown above. Next click on the
input to route to all the selected outputs.
Multiple non-adjacent output selection
To select multiple outputs, hold down the control key
and select the needed outputs. The selected outputs
will all be selected. Next click on the input to route to
the selected outputs.
To route a single input to all outputs, hold down the control key and click on the input tab number.
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Macro’s
The UltraMatrix AV can save custom routing schemes as macros. Up to 50 different macros can be created and saved
for use at anytime with a single click.
Figure 8. Macros
To create a macro, click on the Record tab. A dialog box will display showing two choices, “Manual Save” or “Save
Status”. If you already have a video routing scheme laid out and want to save it as a macro, click on “Save Status” tab
and follow the on-screen instructions. If you are designing a routing scheme and want to record and save the scheme
as a macro, click on the “Manual Save” tab. A blinking “Recording” message will display indicating that all routing
selections are being recorded. When the assignment is complete, click on a Macro tab on the right and save the macro
to that macro position.
The RoseControl matrix can be customized to conform to your system set-up. If your system has 12 video sources and
these will be displayed on 6 monitors, the matrix can be customized to be a 12 x 6 matrix. Select the Router Type
AV-16x16, change the Inputs to 12 and the Outputs to 6 and click on OK. The RoseControl matrix will automatically
adjust to a 12 x 6 matrix as shown.
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The UltraMatrix AV has a very useful Help function. Clicking on Help will display the help menu as shown below.
Figure 9. Help menu
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The UltraMatrix AV can be instructed to switch any video input port to any video output port by sending a serial
command to the RS232 port. The serial HEX packet format that is sent to the UltraMatrix AV has the following structure:
<Header Byte 0><Header Byte 1><Frame Address><Reserved><Source><Destination><Data Bytes><BCC>
<Header Byte 0>
<Header Byte 1>
<Frame Address>
<Reserved>
<CMD>
<Data Bytes>
<BCC>
Always 0xBE
Always 0xEF
Frame address set by the manufacture
Always 0x00 - Reserved for future use
Command byte
Number of bytes for the associated CMD
XOR of all bytes in the string except the BCC byte
Set the communication program up with the below settings. The program must be capable of sending HEX commands
to the unit.
Baud Rate
Start Bits
Data Bits
Parity
Stop Bits
9600
1
8
None
1
Example:
The command to switch input #1 to output #1 for the main unit with a frame address of 00 is:
BE EF 00 00 00 00 00 51
To calculate the BCC HEX value, convert each byte to its binary equivalent as shown below
BE
EF
00
00
00
00
00
10111110
11101111
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
-------------XOR result
01010001
Hex equivalent 5 1
To arrive at the XOR result, look at each column and note the number of 1s. If there is an even number of 1s or all
zeroes in a column, the result for that column is zero. The result is 1 if there is an odd number of 1s in the column.
To set input #2 to output #1 for the main unit with a frame address of 00 is:
0xBE 0xEF 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x01 0x00 0x50
BE
EF
00
00
00
01
00
10111110
11101111
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000001
00000000
-------------XOR result
01010000
Hex equivalent 5 0
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SAFETY
Safety
The UltraMatrix AV has been tested for conformance to safety regulations and requirements, and has been certified for
international use. Like all electronic equipment, the UltraMatrix AV should be used with care. To protect yourself from
possible injury and to minimize the risk of damage to the Unit, read and follow these safety instructions.
Follow all instructions and warnings marked on this Unit.
Except where explained in this manual, do not attempt to service this Unit yourself.
Do not use this Unit near water.
Assure that the placement of this Unit is on a stable surface.
Provide proper ventilation and air circulation.
Keep connection cables clear of obstructions that might cause damage to them.
Use only power cords, power adapter and connection cables designed for this Unit.
Keep objects that might damage this Unit and liquids that may spill, clear from this Unit. Liquids and foreign objects
might come in contact with voltage points that could create a risk of fire or electrical shock.
Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners to clean this Unit. Always unplug this Unit from its electrical outlet before cleaning.
Unplug this Unit refer servicing to a qualified service center if any of the following conditions occur:
The connection cables are damaged or frayed.
The Unit has been exposed to any liquids.
The Unit does not operate normally when all operating instructions have been followed.
The Unit has been dropped or the case has been damaged.
The Unit exhibits a distinct change in performance, indicating a need for service.
Safety and EMC Regulatory Statements
Safety information
Documentation reference symbol. If the product is marked with this symbol, refer to the product
documentation to get more information about the product.
WARNING
CAUTION
A WARNING in the manual denotes a hazard that can cause injury or death.
A CAUTION in the manual denotes a hazard that can damage equipment.
Do not proceed beyond a WARNING or CAUTION notice until you have understood the hazardous conditions and have
taken appropriate steps.
Grounding
These are Safety Class I products and have protective earthing terminals. There must be an un-interruptible safety earth
ground from the main power source to the product’s input wiring terminals, power cord, or supplied power cord set.
Whenever it is likely that the protection has been impaired, disconnect the power cord until the ground has been
restored.
Servicing
There are no user-serviceable parts inside these products. Only service-trained personnel must perform any servicing,
maintenance, or repair.
The user may adjust only items mentioned in this manual.
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SERVICE and MAINTENANCE
Service Information
Maintenance and Repair
This Unit does not contain any internal user-serviceable parts. In the event a Unit needs repair or maintenance, you
must first obtain a Return Authorization (RA) number from Rose Electronics or an authorized repair center. This Return
Authorization number must appear on the outside of the shipping container.
See Limited Warranty for more information.
When returning a Unit, it should be double-packed in the original container or equivalent, insured and shipped to:
Rose Electronics
Attn: RA__________
10707 Stancliff Road
Houston, Texas 77099 USA
Technical Support
If you are experiencing problems, or need assistance in setting up, configuring or operating your UltraMatrix AV, consult
the appropriate sections of this manual. If, however, you require additional information or assistance, please contact the
Rose Electronics Technical Support Department at:
Phone: (281) 933-7673
E-Mail: TechSupport@rose.com
Web: www.rose.com
Technical Support hours are from: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm CST (USA), Monday through Friday.
Please report any malfunctions in the operation of this Unit or any discrepancies in this manual to the Rose Electronics
Technical Support Department.
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Appendix A – General Specifications
Video
Video Bandwidth
Video Input Signal Level
Output Impedance
Input Impedance
Resolution
Video Connector
200MHz
1 Volt pk-pk into 75R
100 Ohms
75 Ohms
Up to 1600 x 1200
HD15F
Audio
Signal
Frequency Response
Audio Connector
15KHz 0db unbalanced 10K Ohms
20 Hz to 20 KHz, +/- 0.5db
3.2mm Stereo Jack (Input and Output
Power
Voltage
90 – 230 VAC, 1A, 50/60 Hz
Physical
Dimensions
Weight
19” W x 11.3” D x 5.2” H (482mm W x 287mm D x 133mm H
8.8 lbs (4kg)
10707 Stancliff Road
Houston, Texas 77099
Phone (281) 933-7673
www.rose.com
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