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CMSI-8H8HS
8×8 HDMI Matrix
Operation Manual
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Version 1.1 August 2011
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Please read all instructions before attempting to unpack, install or
operate this equipment and before connecting the power supply.
Please keep the following in mind as you unpack and install this
equipment:
•
Always follow basic safety precautions to reduce the risk of fire,
electrical shock and injury to persons.
•
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain,
moisture or install this product near water.
•
Never spill liquid of any kind on or into this product.
•
Never push an object of any kind into this product through any
openings or empty slots in the unit, as you may damage parts
inside the unit.
•
Do not attach the power supply cabling to building surfaces.
•
Use only the supplied power supply unit (PSU). Do not use the PSU
if it is damaged.
•
Do not allow anything to rest on the power cabling or allow any
weight to be placed upon it or any person walk on it.
•
To protect the unit from overheating, do not block any vents or
openings in the unit housing that provide ventilation and allow for
sufficient space for air to circulate around the unit.
REVISION HISTORY
VERSION NO.
DATE DD/MM/YY SUMMARY OF CHANGE
RDV1
11/11/11
Preliminary Release
RDV2
13/12/11
Power Supply Change
RDV3
15/02/12
LAN Function
VS0
29/03/12
Updated format, diagrams, and
statements
RDV4
04/07/12
Control's Function
VS0
24/07/12
Telnet and Web GUI sections
updated
RDV5
04/10/12
Add Web GUI page
VS0
14/06/13
Updated screenshots.
CONTENTS
1. Introduction�������������������������������������������� 1
2. Applications������������������������������������������� 1
3. Package Contents�������������������������������� 1
4. System Requirements���������������������������� 1
5. Features�������������������������������������������������� 2
6. Operation Controls and Functions������� 3
6.1 Front Panel����������������������������������������3
6.2 Rear Panel�����������������������������������������4
6.3 Side Panel�����������������������������������������5
6.4 Remote Control��������������������������������5
6.5 RS-232 Pin Assignment���������������������6
6.6 RS-232 and Telnet Commands�������7
6.7 Telnet Control�����������������������������������8
6.8 Web GUI Control����������������������������10
7. Connection Diagram�������������������������� 11
8. Specifications�������������������������������������� 12
9. Acronyms��������������������������������������������� 13
1. INTRODUCTION
The 8×8 HDMI Matrix supports the transmission of video signal (up to
1080p Full HD/1920×1200@60 Hz) with multichannel digital audio from
up to eight high definition sources to up to eight HDMI outputs, and
allowing any source to be independently displayed on any monitor.
Also, the unit can be controlled via IR, RS-232, Telnet, Web GUI or the
front panel buttons.
2. APPLICATIONS
• Video/TV wall display
• Commercial advertising and display
• Lecture room display and control
• Hyper market demonstration and control
3. PACKAGE CONTENTS
• 8×8 HDMI Matrix
• 1×24 V/6.25 A DC Adaptor
• 1×Remote Control
• 1xIR Extender
• Operation Manual
4. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
• HDMI equipped input source devices with HDMI cables
• HDMI equipped output displays (TVs or monitors) or HDMI equipped
AV receivers with HDMI cables
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5. FEATURES
• HDMI, HDCP 1.1 and DVI compliant
• Supports HDMI features including 3D
• Supports audio sampling rate up to 192 kHz
• Supports resolutions VGA~WUXGA and 480i~1080p dependent upon
the output display’s EDID settings
• Supports 3D signal display dependent upon the output display's
EDID settings
• Supports HDMI input up to 15 meters at 8-bit resolution or 10 meters
at 12-bit resolution and HDMI output up to 15 meters at 8-bit/12-bit
• Supports IR extension
• Supports RS-232, remote control, on-panel control and IP Control
(Telnet and Web GUI )
• 2U size design
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6. OPERATION CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
6.1 Front Panel
MENU
POWER
8X8 HDMI MATRIX CMSI-8H8HS
1
2
A 1
B 2
C 3
D 4
OUT
E 5
F 6
G 7
H 8
IN
LOCK
3
4
5
6
1 LCM: Displays the setting information of each input and output
setting.
2 POWER: Press this button to power the device on/off. The LED will
illuminate green when the power is on, red when it is in 'Standby'
mode.
3 LOCK: Press this button to lock all the buttons on the panel; press
again to unlock. The LED will illuminate green when locked.
4 IR: IR Receiver window (accepts the remote control signal of this
device only).
5 MENU: Press this button to access the LCM menu system, from
here EDID settings can be managed and IP system settings are
displayed.
Note: For the 'TV' EDID setting, the unit will read and store the
EDID information of the display connected to HDMI output A. For
the 'STD' EDID setting the unit's built-in EDID setting will be used
(1080p@60/12-bit for video and LPCM 2CH for audio).
6 1~8/A~H and OUT/IN: Press the OUT button and then the number
buttons to select the required output ports, and press IN button
and then a single number button to select the required input
source, finally press the MENU button to confirm the selection.
For example, if outputs A~D need to be set to input 1 and outputs
E~H need to be set to input 2 then the following sequence of
button presses need to be performed:
Press: OUTABCDIN1MENU,
and then press: OUTEFGHIN2MENU.
Note: If the MENU button is not pressed the selection will not be
changed.
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6.2 Rear Panel
3
5
A
HDMI Out
CONTROL
B
HDMI Out
C
HDMI Out
D
HDMI Out
E
HDMI Out
F
HDMI Out
G
HDMI Out
H
HDMI Out
IR-In
V+
GND
1
HDMI In
1
2
GND
3
4
1
2
V+
GND
Service
RS-232
3
2
HDMI In
3
HDMI In
4
4
HDMI In
5
HDMI In
6
HDMI In
7
HDMI In
DC 24V
8
HDMI In
6
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1 CONTROL: This port is the link for Telnet and Web GUI controls,
connect to an active Ethernet link with an RJ45 terminated cable (for
further details, please refer to section 6.7 & 6.8).
Warning: Please do not connect this port directly to the PC/Laptop
as the Telnet function will not work.
2 RS-232: Connect to a PC or control system with D-Sub 9-pin cable
for the transmission of RS-232 commands.
3 IR IN: Connect to the supplied IR extenders for IR signal reception
from the remote control of the Matrix. Ensure that the remote is
within the direct line-of-sight of the IR extender when used.
4 SERVICE: Manufacturer use only.
5 HDMI OUT A~H: Connect to HDMI equipped TVs or monitors for
display of the HDMI input source signal.
6 HDMI IN 1~8: Connect to the HDMI input source devices such as a
DVD player or a Set-top Box with HDMI cable or DVI to HDMI cable..
7 DC 24V: Plug the 24 V DC power supply into the unit and connect
the adaptor to an AC outlet.
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6.3 Side Panel
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1 Fan Ventilator: These are air ventilation areas, DO NOT block these
areas or cover it with any object. Please allow adequate space
around the unit for air circulation.
6.4 Remote Control
1 POWER: Press this button to
switch on the device or set it to
standby mode.
1
2 IN: Input ports selection 1~8.
3 OUT: Output ports selection A~H.
2
5
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6.5 RS-232 Pin Assignment
CMSI-8H8HS
Remote Control Console
PIN
Assignment
PIN
Assignment
1
NC
1
NC
2
Tx
2
Rx
3
Rx
3
Tx
4
NC
4
NC
5
GND
5
GND
6
NC
6
NC
7
NC
7
NC
8
NC
8
NC
9
NC
9
NC
Baud Rate: 19200 bps
Data Bit: 8-bit
Parity: None
Stop Bit: 1-bit
Flow Control: None
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6.6 RS-232 and Telnet Commands
Command
Description
A1~A8
Switch Output A to 1~8
B1~B8
Switch Output B to 1~8
C1~C8
Switch Output C to 1~8
D1~D8
Switch Output D to 1~8
E1~E8
Switch Output E to 1~8
F1~F8
Switch Output F to 1~8
G1~G8
Switch Output G to 1~8
H1~H8
Switch Output H to 1~8
ABCD...1~ABCD...8
Switch Output A B C D... to 1~8 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~I8
Switch all the Output to 1~8
ST
Display the current matrix status and F/
W version
RS
System Reset to A1, B2, C3, D4, E5, F6,
G7, H8
EM
Setting EDID MODE. 1-STD 2-TV
?
Display all the available commands
Quit
Exit(for telnet only)
Note: Any commands will not be executed unless followed by a
carriage return. Commands are case insensitive.
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6.7 Telnet Control
Before attempting to use the telnet control, please ensure that both
the Matrix (via the 'LAN port) and the PC/Laptop are connected to
the active networks.
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.
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Once in the command line interface (CLI) type "telnet", the IP address
of the unit you wish to control and "23", then hit enter.
Note: The IP address of the Matrix can be displayed on the device's
LCM monitor by pressing the Menu button twice/three times.
This will bring us into the device which we wish to control. Type "HELP"
to list the available commands.
Type “IPCONFIG” To show all IP configurations. To reset the IP, type
“RSTIP” and to use a set static IP, type ”SETIP”.
Note: Any commands will not be executed unless followed by a
carriage return. Commands are not case-sensitive. If the IP is changed
then the IP Address required for Telnet access will also change
accordingly.
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6.8 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.
Click 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.
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7. CONNECTION DIAGRAM
Displays
HDMI Outputs
Router or
Wireless
Router
60°
3m
m
7m
m
3m
m
A
HDMI Out
CONTROL
B
HDMI Out
C
HDMI Out
D
HDMI Out
E
HDMI Out
F
HDMI Out
G
HDMI Out
H
HDMI Out
IR-In
RS-232 Equipped
PC or Notebook
HDMI Inputs
Source
Equipment
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GNDV+
GND
V+
RS-232
GND
32
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41
23
GND
Service
1
HDMI In
2
HDMI In
3
HDMI In
4
HDMI In
5
HDMI In
6
HDMI In
7
HDMI In
8
HDMI In
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DC 24V
V+GND
+VGND
8x8 HDMI
Matrix
8. SPECIFICATIONS
Video Bandwidth
225 MHz/6.75 Gbps
Input Ports
8×HDMI, 1×RS-232, 1×IR Receiver,
1×Mini USB Type B (For firmware
update only), 1×RJ-45 (Control)
Output Ports
8×HDMI
HDMI Input Cable Distance
15m/8-bit, 10m/12-bit
HDMI Output Cable Distance
15m/8-bit ,15m/12-bit
ESD Protection
Human-body Model:
± 8kV (Air-gap discharge)
± 4kV (Contact discharge)
Power Supply
24 V/6.25 A DC (US/EU standards, CE/
FCC/UL certified)
Dimensions
438 mm (W)×255 mm (D)×93 mm (H)
Weight
4278 g
Chassis Material
Metal
Silkscreen Color
Black
Operating Temperature
0 ˚C~40 ˚C/32 ˚F~104 ˚F
Storage Temperature
−20 ˚C~60 ˚C/−4 ˚F~140 ˚F
Relative Humidity
20~90 % RH (non-condensing)
Power Consumption
48 W
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9. ACRONYMS
ACRONYM
COMPLETE TERM
DTS
Digital Theater System
DVI
Digital Theater System
EDID
Extended Display Identification Data
HDCP
High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection
HDMI
High-Definition Multimedia Interface
HDTV
High Definition Television
LCM
Liquid Crystal Module
USB
Universal Serial Bus
VGA
Video Graphics Array
WUXGA
Widescreen Ultra Extended Graphics Array
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20120614 MPM-CMSI8H8HS
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