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The Physical Interface Guide
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About this guide................................................................... 4
User documentation......................................................... 4
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The front panel..................................................................... 8
Rear panel sockets overview............................................... 9
The Video Input Matrix....................................................... 10
About the matrix............................................................. 10
Configure the video inputs............................................. 10
The Advanced configuration menu............................ 10
The API commands.................................................... 10
The default values....................................................... 10
Video inputs........................................................................11
Component 1–2 (Y-Pr-Pb)...............................................11
HD-SDI 1–4......................................................................11
Composite 5 / S-Video (YC) 5........................................11
HDMI 1–4.........................................................................12
DVI-I 3 and 5...................................................................12
Video input formats.........................................................13
4 x HDMI inputs, supported formats............................13
4 x HD-SDI inputs, supported formats........................13
2 x DVI-I inputs, supported formats............................13
2 x YPbPr inputs, supported formats..........................13
1 x S-Video/Composite input, supported formats......13
Video outputs......................................................................14
HDMI 1 and 3...................................................................14
DVI-I 2 and 4...................................................................14
Composite 5....................................................................14
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for updated versions of the user documentation.
Go to: http://www.cisco.com/go/telepresence/
docs - and navigate in the right pane to find the
TelePresence product documentation.
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Video output formats.......................................................14
2 x HDMI and 2 x DVI-I outputs, supported formats...14
1 x Composite output, supported formats..................14
Levels..............................................................................14
Audio inputs....................................................................... 15
Microphone/Line In 1–8 (XLR)........................................ 15
HDMI In 3, 4.................................................................... 15
Line In 1–4 (RCA)............................................................ 16
Audio outputs......................................................................17
Line Out 5–6 (XLR)..........................................................17
HDMI Out 1, 3..................................................................17
Line Out 1–4 (RCA)......................................................... 18
Audio signal levels tables................................................... 19
Audio hardware information table...................................... 20
Volume control table.......................................................... 20
Network connectors........................................................... 21
Ethernet interface........................................................... 21
COM port and Camera Control port.................................. 22
COM port........................................................................ 22
Camera Control port...................................................... 22
Power ................................................................................ 23
Power socket.................................................................. 23
Power switch.................................................................. 23
Chassis grounding.......................................................... 23
GPIO and other connectors............................................... 24
GPIO............................................................................... 24
USB................................................................................ 24
T Link.............................................................................. 24
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User documentation
The user documentation for the Cisco TelePresence systems,
running the TC software, have several guides suitable to
various user groups.
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Video conference room primer
Video conference room acoustics guidelines
Installation guides for the TelePresence systems
Software release notes for the TC software
Getting started guide for the TelePresence systems
User guide for the TelePresence systems
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version of the user guide
When using the Remote Control, ref. TC4.0
version of the user guide
Quick reference guides for the TelePresence systems
Administrator guides for the TelePresence systems
Camera user guide for the PrecisionHD cameras
API reference guides for the Codec C Series
TC Console user guide for the Codec C Series
Physical interfaces guides for the Codec C Series
Regulatory compliance and safety information guides
Legal & license information for products using TC software
Download the user documentation
Go to:
http://www.cisco.com/go/telepresence/docs
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TelePresence Peripherals for the PrecisionHD cameras,
microphones, Touch unit, and remote controls.
TelePresence Solutions Platform for the Codec C Series
and Quick Set C20.
Software download
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Inputs
The illustration shows you the basic setup when connecting the monitor, PC,
camera, microphone, loudspeakers (if applicable), LAN and line voltage to your
codec.
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Audio from PC
Video
from PC
Outputs
Basic Setup
The main connectors
for basic setup are
highlighted in orange.
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Loudspeakers
LAN/
Ethernet
Power Switch
Monitor
(Audio from HDMI 1 or
Line Out 1–2)
First connect the cables,
then turn the codec on.
Microphone
Main camera:
Video from
PrecisionHD 1080p
OPTIONAL:
Dual monitor setup
Connect the second
monitor to HDMI 3
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Main camera:
Camera Control to
PrecisionHD 1080p
OPTIONAL:
You may connect additional
microphones
Mains
Power Cable
OPTIONAL:
You may connect a second camera.
(extra camera not included). Extra
camera will require separate power
supply and control cabling. Consult the
documentation supplied with the extra
camera for details.
Make sure the codec has been switched off and
disconnected from the line voltage whenever
connecting or disconnecting other equipment.
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The front panel
There are four LED’s in the front of the Codec:
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Power – The POWER LED turns ON when power is
connected, otherwise OFF
Call – The CALL LED turns ON when there are active calls
on the codec, otherwise OFF
Infrared – The IR LED flashes when infrared signals are
received
Alarm – The ALARM LED turns ON when there is no
connection to the network, otherwise OFF
Power
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The Codec C90 provides great flexibility for
the connection of audio and video equipment.
The illustration below shows the rear panel of
the Codec C90.
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The main connectors
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Video sockets
Audio sockets
Other sockets
The video input sockets comprise:
The audio input sockets comprise:
The other sockets comprise:
4xHDMI
8xXLR Female - Microphone/Line In
Ethernet 1 and Ethernet 2
4xHD-SDI
4xRCA - Line In (1 Left, 2 Right, 3 Left, 4
Right)
COM - Serial data port
2xHDMI
Power socket
2xDVI-I
2xAnalog Component (Y-Pr-Pb)
1xComposite or 1xS-Video(YC)
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Grounding - Chassis grounding
The audio output sockets comprise:
Power On/Off switch
2xXLR Male - Line Out
The video output sockets comprise:
4xRCA - 1 Left (SPDIF), 2 Right, 3 Left
(SPDIF), 4 Right
2xHDMI
2xDVI-I
Camera control, serial port
GPIO–General purpose Input/Output
USB Host*, USB Device*, T Link*
2xHDMI
1 Composite
* For future use
The following pages give a detailed description of the rear panel sockets and connectors.
Codec C90 Rear Panel
Video sockets
Audio sockets
Video sockets
Audio sockets
GPIO and USB
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The Video Input Matrix
The video input matrix is found at the underside side of the
codec. The matrix illustrates the combinations in which the
video inputs can be connected.
Video input matrix
About the matrix
Input Sources
Only one video input source from each row can be active at
any time.
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The numbers in the left column represents the Video Input
Sources 1–5. The main connectors, which are used in basic
setup, are marked in orange color on the codec.
Note that the Comp. 5 and S-Video (YC) 5 inputs uses the
same physical connectors and can not be connected at the
same time.
Configure the video inputs
You can configure the video input settings from the Advanced
configuration menu or by running API commands.
The Advanced configuration menu
Go to the on screen menu to configure the video input sources.
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> Video > Input > Source 1. Configure the video input
connectors, quality and name. See the video input matrix.
Only one video input source from each row in the matrix,
can be active at any time.
Navigate to: Settings > Advanced > Advanced Configuration
> Video > MainVideoSource. Configure the main video
source.
Navigate to: Settings > Advanced > Advanced Configuration
> Video > DefaultPresentationSource. Configure the default
presentation source.
1st Camera
Connector Name
HDMI 1
HD-SDI 1
YPrPb 1
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2nd Camera
HDMI 2
HD-SDI 2
YPrPb 2
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PC
HDMI 3
HD-SDI 3
DVI-I 3
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HDMI 4
HD-SDI 4
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DVI-I 5
Comp. 5
YC 5
The API commands
The default values
Open a telnet or ssh session, to the codec, to issue the API commands.
Configure the video input connectors. See the video input matrix. Only
one video input source from each row in the matrix, can be active at any
time:
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xconfiguration video input source 1 connector: hdmi
xconfiguration video input source 2 connector: hdmi
xconfiguration video input source 3 connector: dvi
xconfiguration video input source 4 connector: hdmi
xconfiguration video input source 5 connector: dvi
Configure the video quality and define a name of the video inputs 1 to 5:
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xconfiguration video input source 1 quality: motion
xconfiguration video input source 1 name: “Main Camera“
Configure the main video source. Here, the main video source is the
camera, connected to video input source 1:
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Configure the default presentation source. Here, the default presentation
source is a PC, and the PC is connected to video input source 3
connector:
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Video Input Source 3 Name: “PC“
Video Input Source 2 Connector: HDMI
Video Input Source 3 Connector: DVI
Video Input Source 4 Connector: HDMI
Video Input Source 5 Connector: DVI
Video Input Source 1 Name: “Main Camera“
Video Input Source 2 Name: “Secondary
Camera“
Video Input Source 4 Name: “DVD“
Video Input Source 5 Name: “Document Camera“
Video Input Source 1 Quality: Motion
Video Input Source 2 Quality: Motion
Video Input Source 3 Quality: Sharpness
Video Input Source 4 Quality: Motion
Video Input Source 5 Quality: Sharpness
Video MainVideoSource: 1
Video DefaultPresentationSource: 3
xconfiguration video defaultpresentationsource: 3
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Levels
HD-SDI
All video inputs can not be active at the same
time. Please refer to the Video Input Matrix on
the previous page to see an overview.
0.8 Vpp, 75 Ω
2xComponent
In (YPrPb)
Component 1–2 (Y-Pr-Pb)
Pb: 0.7 Vpp, 75 Ω
Pr: 0.7 Vpp, 75 Ω
Typical use: Camera, DVD and Content player.
1xComposite
or 1xS-Video (YC)
4xHD-SDI In
HD-SDI 1–4
Y: 1 Vpp, 75 Ω
Typical use: Cameras.
C (PAL): 0.3 Vpp, 75 Ω
BNC pin-out
BNC: Bayonet Neill-Concelman
External view of socket
HD-SDI: High Definition - Serial Digital
Interface
2 x BNC sockets, analog video input 5.
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S-Video (YC)
4 x BNC sockets, digital video input 1, 2, 3, 4.
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Y: 1V Vpp, 75 Ω
There are three BNC connectors for each
Component interface; Y (luma), Pr (red), Pb
(blue).
The S-Video (YC) and the composite inputs
uses the same physical connectors, and will
not be able to be connected at the same time.
SMPTE 259M (270 Mbps)
Y-Pb-Pr
2 x 3 BNC sockets, analog video input 1, 2.
Composite 5 / S-Video (YC) 5
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C (NTSC): 0.28 Vpp, 75 Ω
Y-Pr-Pb: Y: Information about luma
(luminance); Pr: Red color; Pb: Blue color
GND
Y-C: Y: Information about luma (luminance); C:
Information about chroma (color)
S-Video 5 - Connect to the Y/Comp 5
(luma) and C 5 (chroma) connectors
Composite 5 - Connect to Comp 5
connector
Typical use: Camera and DVD.
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Video inputs, continued...
All video inputs can not be active at the same
time. Please refer to the Video Input Matrix
(two pages back) to see an overview.
4xHDMI In
HDMI 1–4
4 x HDMI sockets, digital video input 1–4.
Audio input on 3 and 4.
HDMI - High Definition Multimedia Interface
(digital, sound & picture)
Typical use: Camera, DVD, PC.
Main connector. The HDMI 1 input is the main
connector to the PrecisionHD 1080p camera.
2xDVI-I In
DVI-I 3 and 5
2 x DVI-I sockets, digital/analog video input
3, 5.
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DVI-I pin-out
HDMI pin-out
External view of socket
External view of socket
DVI-A (Analog RGB/VGA)
DVI-A Analog component/YPbPr
DVI-I - Digital Video Interface - Integrated
(digital DVI-D and analog DVI-A)
Pin: 19
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Pin: 18
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Typical use: Two digital video inputs for PC
presentations or used for the PrecisionHD
camera.
Main connector. The DVI-I 3 is the main
connector for PC input.
HDMI Pin-out
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DDC/CEC Ground
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+5 V Power (max 50 mA)
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4 x HDMI inputs, supported formats
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1920 x 1080@60, 59.94 Hz (1080p60)
1920 x 1080@50 Hz (1080p50)
1920 x 1080@30, 29.97 Hz (1080p30)
1920 x 1080@25 Hz (1080p25)
1920 x 1080@24, 23.97 Hz (1080p24)
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1920 x 1080@30 Hz (1080p30)
1920 x 1080@25 Hz (1080p25)
1280 x 720@60 Hz (720p60)
1280 x 720@50 Hz (720p50)
1280 x 720@30 Hz (720p30)
1280 x 720@25 Hz (720p25)
1920 x 1200@50 Hz (WUXGA)
2 x DVI-I inputs, supported formats
1680 x 1050@60 Hz (WSXGA+)
Digital (DVI-D)
1600 x 1200@50, 60 Hz (UXGA)
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1360 x 768@60 Hz
1280 x 1024@60, 75, 85 Hz (SXGA)
1280 x 960@60, 85 Hz
1280 x 800@60 Hz (WXGA)
1280 x 768@60, 75, 85 Hz (WXGA)
1280 x 720@60, 59.94 Hz (720p60)
1280 x 720@50 Hz (720p50)
1152 x 864@75 Hz
1024 x 768@60, 70, 75, 85 Hz (XGA)
848 x 480@60 Hz
800 x 600@56, 60, 72, 75, 85 Hz (SVGA)
720 x 576@50 Hz (576p50)
720 x 480@60, 59.94 Hz (480p60)
640 x 480@60, 72, 75, 85 Hz (VGA)
2 x YPbPr inputs, supported formats
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1920 x 1080@50 Hz (1080p50)
1920 x 1080@30 Hz (1080p30)
1920 x 1080@25 Hz (1080p25)
1280 x 720@60 Hz (720p60)
1280 x 720@50 Hz (720p50)
1280 x 720@30 Hz (720p30)
720 x 576@50 Hz (576p50)
720 x 480@60 Hz (480p60)
1 x S-Video/Composite input, supported formats
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Same as HDMI inputs, ref. above.
1440 X 900@60 Hz (WXGA+)
1400 x 1050@60, 75 Hz
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1920 x 1080@60 Hz (1080p60)
1920 x 1200@50 Hz (WUXGA)
1680 x 1050@60 Hz (WSXGA+)
1600 x 1200@60 Hz (UXGA)
1440 x 900@60 Hz (WXGA+)
1400 x 1050@60, 75 Hz
1366 x 768@60 Hz
1360 x 768@60 Hz
1280 x 1024@60, 75, 85 Hz (SXGA)
1280 x 960@60, 85 Hz
1280 x 800@60 Hz (WXGA)
1280 x 768@60, 75, 85 Hz (WXGA)
1280 x 720@60 Hz (720p60)
1152 x 864@75 Hz
1024 x 768@60, 70, 75, 85 Hz (XGA)
848 x 480@60 Hz
800 x 600@56, 60, 72, 75, 85 Hz (SVGA)
720 x 576@50 Hz
720 x 480@60, 59.94 Hz (480p60)
640 x 480@60, 72, 75, 85 Hz (VGA)
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Extended Display Identification Data (EDID)
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Video output formats
HDMI 1 and 3
2 x HDMI and 2 x DVI-I outputs, supported
formats
2 x HDMI sockets, digital video and audio
output 1, 3.
HDMI - High Definition Multimedia Interface
(digital, sound & picture).
2xHDMI
Typical use: Monitor, recording device.
Main connector. The HDMI output 1 is the
main connector to the monitor.
Dual monitor. Dual output is provided on HDMI
output 3.
DVI-I 2 and 4
2 x DVI-I sockets, digital/analog video output
2, 4.
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1920 x 1200@60Hz (WUXGA)
1600 x 1200@60 Hz (UXGA)
1366 x 768@60 Hz
1360 x 768@60 Hz
1280 x 720@60 Hz (720p60)
1280 x 1024@60 Hz (SXGA)
1280 x 768@60 Hz (WXGA)
1024 x 768@60 Hz (XGA)
800 x 600@60 Hz (SVGA)
640 x 480@60 Hz (VGA)
VESA Monitor Power Management
DVI-D.
DVI-A (Analog RGB / VGA).
DVI-I - Digital Video Interface - Integrated
(digital DVI-D and analog DVI-A).
Typical use: Monitors.
BNC pin-out
DVI-I pin-out
External view of socket
External view of socket
Signal
GND
Composite 5
1 x Composite output, supported formats
BNC Connector
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Levels
1 x BNC sockets, analog video output 5.
Composite. 1 Vpp, 75 Ω
Typical use: Monitor.
BNC - Bayonet Neill-Concelman
HDMI pin-out
External view of socket
Pin: 19
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Pin: 18
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Please refer to previous page for pin-out
scheme.
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Audio inputs
Unused, but connected audio inputs must be
set to Off to avoid unwanted audio/noise.
Microphone/Line In 1–8 (XLR)
8 x Balanced XLR sockets, audio input 1–8.
Main connector. The Microphone/Line In 1 is
the main connector for the microphone.
All eight microphone inputs are for balanced
electret microphones, 48V phantom powered
via XLR connectors.
The phantom powering of all eight XLR
sockets can be individually switched off. The
input will then be a balanced line level input.
All Microphone/Line In 1–8 are equipped with
acoustic echo canceller.
2xHDMI In
Use Microphone/Line In 1–8 to connect to an
external microphone amplifier or an external
mixer.
Default configuration. In default configuration,
all Microphone/Line In inputs are enabled and
configured as microphones.
8xMicrophone /Line In
XLR pin-out
HDMI pin-out
External view of socket
External view of socket
HDMI In 3, 4
2 x HDMI connectors, audio input 3, 4
Typical use: Use HDMI In 3 or 4 (2–8 channels)
to connect to external playback devices as
DVD players. Each input support up to two
channels at 48kHz sampling rate.
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Pin 2: Hot
3
17
Pin: 18
16
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Pin 3: Cold/neutral
Please refer to previous page for pin-out
scheme.
XLR - Electrical Connector (Cannon XL
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Unused, but connected audio inputs must be
set to Off to avoid unwanted audio/noise.
Line In 1–4 (RCA)
4 x RCA sockets, audio input 1–4
Audio Line In 1–4 are used when connecting
to PC and to external playback devices, such
as VCR’s or DVD players.
Main connectors. The Line In 1 (left) and Line
In 2 (right) are the main connectors to a PC.
Stereo. For systems with stereo I/O the audio
inputs can be configured in stereo pairs:
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Connect the left channel to Line In 1 or 3
Connect the right channel to Line In 2 or 4
Default configuration for Line In 1–2. In the
default configuration Line In 1 and 2 are
configured as stereo inputs for external
playback devices, such as a PC.
Default configuration for Line In 3–4. In the
default configuration Line In 3 and 4 are
configured as stereo input pairs. The two
inputs are paired with Line Out 3 and 4
respectively.
4xLine In
RCA pin-out
External view of socket
This pairing will avoid feedback situations that
can arise when playback/recording devices
are in standby mode (Loop suppression).
Signal
GND
Line In 3 and 4 are used with external
playback devices as VCR’s and DVD players.
RCA - Phono Plug (the Radio Corporation
of America)
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Audio outputs
Line Out 5–6 (XLR)
2 x Balanced XLR sockets, audio output 5–6.
Audio Line Out 5–6 are balanced outputs, for
connection to balanced speakers.
Default configuration. In default configuration
Line Out 5 is configured as Left speaker, and
Line Out 6 is configured as right speaker.
HDMI Out 1, 3
2 x HDMI connectors, audio out 1, 3
Use HDMI Out 1 to connect to a flat screen
with speakers. HDMI 1 will provide stereo
audio speaker signals at 48kHz.
2xHDMI Out
Use HDMI Out 3 to connect to a DVD
recorder. HDMI will provide stereo line output
signals at 48kHz. Includes local microphones.
2xLine Out (XLR male)
Main connector. The HDMI output 1 is the
main connector to the monitor.
HDMI 1. Audio from far end and PC.
XLR pin-out
What is a Line output
Left channel
HDMI 3. All audio mixed together for
recordings.
External view of socket
A Line output consists of all signals from
the local side and all signals from the far
end side.
The Left channel consists of all the Left
channel and Mono signals.
What is a Speaker output
Right channel
A Speaker output consists of all signals
from the local side, except microphones,
and all signals from the far end side.
The Right channel consists of all the Right
channel and Mono signals.
2
1
Pin 1: Gnd
Pin 2: Hot
3
Pin 3: Cold/neutral
XLR - Electrical Connector (Cannon XL series
with Rubber compound)
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Line Out 1–4 (RCA)
4xRCA sockets, audio output 1-4
Can be configured as two stereo pairs.
Main connectors. Line Out 1 (left) and Line
Out 2 (right) are the main connectors to the
local loudspeaker system.
The local loudspeaker system may or may
not include the DNAM (Digital Natural Audio
Module).
Default configuration Line Out 1-2. In default
configuration, Line Out 1 and 2 are configured
as stereo speakers.
if a DNAM is present or SPDIF is active on
Line Out 1, then Line Out 1 provides a digital
stereo speaker signal and Line Out 2 is not
active.
Default configuration Line Out 3-4. In default
configuration, Line Out 3 and 4 are configured
as stereo line out for external recording
devices as VCR’s or DVD recorders.
if a DNAM is present or SPDIF is active on
Line Out 3, then Line Out 3 provides a digital
stereo speaker signal and Line Out 4 is not
active.
4xLine Out
RCA pin-out
What is a Line output
Left channel
External view of socket
A Line output consists of all signals from
local side and all signals from far end side.
The Left channel consists of all Left channel
and Mono signals.
What is a Speaker output
Right channel
A Speaker output consists of all signals
from local side, except microphones, and
all signals from far end side.
The Right channel consists of all Right
channel and Mono signals.
Signal
GND
SPDIF - Sony/Philips Digital Interface, used by
the Digital Natural Audio Module.
RCA - Phono Plug (the Radio Corporation of
America)
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Audio signal levels tables
Microphone Inputs 1 to 8
XLR female
Signal
levels
Level
setting
[dB]
Clipping level
[mVpp]
[dBu]
Line Inputs 1 to 8
XLR female
Nominal
level
Signal
levels
[dBu]
Level
setting
[dB]
Clipping level
[Vpp]
[dBu]
Line outputs 5 to 6
XLR male
Nominal
level
Signal
levels
[dBu]
Level
setting
[dB]
Absolute max
output level
[Vpp]
[dBu]
Line Inputs 1 to 4
Female RCA/phone
Nominal
level
Signal
levels
[dBu]
Level
setting
[dB]
Clipping level
[Vpp]
Nominal
level
[dBu]
[dBu]
0.0
275.0
-18.0
-36.0
0.0
34.7
24.0
6.0
-24.0
2,2
0.0
-18.0
0.0
17.4
18.0
0.0
1.0
245.1
-19.0
-37.0
1.0
31.0
23.0
5.0
-23.0
2,5
1.0
-17.0
1.0
15.5
17.0
-1.0
2.0
218.4
-20.0
-38.0
2.0
27.6
22.0
4.0
-22.0
2,8
2.0
-16.0
2.0
13.8
16.0
-2.0
3.0
194.7
-21.0
-39.0
3.0
24.6
21.0
3.0
-21.0
3,1
3.0
-15.0
3.0
12.3
15.0
-3.0
4.0
173.5
-22.0
-40.0
4.0
21.9
20.0
2.0
-20.0
3,5
4.0
-14.0
4.0
11.0
14.0
-4.0
5.0
154.6
-23.0
-41.0
5.0
19.5
19.0
1.0
-19.0
3,9
5.0
-13.0
5.0
9.8
13.0
-5.0
-6.0
6.0
137.8
-24.0
-42.0
6.0
17.4
18.0
0.0
–18.0
4.4
6.0
-12.0
6.0
8.7
12.0
7.0
122.8
-25.0
-43.0
7.0
15.5
17.0
-1.0
–17.0
4.9
7.0
-11.0
7.0
7.8
11.0
-7.0
8.0
109.5
-26.0
-44.0
8.0
13.8
16.0
-2.0
–16.0
5.5
8.0
-10.0
8.0
6.9
10.0
-8.0
9.0
97.6
-27.0
-45.0
9.0
12.3
15.0
-3.0
–15.0
6.2
9.0
-9.0
9.0
6.2
9.0
-9.0
10.0
87.0
-28.0
-46.0
10.0
11.0
14.0
-4.0
–14.0
6.9
10.0
-8.0
10.0
5.5
8.0
-10.0
11.0
77.5
-29.0
-47.0
11.0
9.8
13.0
-5.0
–13.0
7.8
11.0
-7.0
11.0
4.9
7.0
-11.0
8.7
12.0
-6.0
–12.0
8.7
12.0
-6.0
12.0
4.4
6.0
-12.0
-13.0
12.0
69.1
-30.0
-48.0
12.0
13.0
61.6
-31.0
-49.0
13.0
7.8
11.0
-7.0
–11.0
9.8
13.0
-5.0
13.0
3.9
5.0
14.0
54.9
-32.0
-50.0
14.0
6.9
10.0
-8.0
–10.0
11.0
14.0
-4.0
14.0
3.5
4.0
-14.0
–9.0
12.4
15.0
-3.0
15.0
3.1
3.0
-15.0
–8.0
13.9
16.0
-2.0
16.0
2.8
2.0
-16.0
–7.0
15.6
17.0
-1.0
17.0
2.5
1.0
-17.0
–6.0
17.5
18.0
0.0
18.0
2,2
0.0
-18.0
15.0
48.9
-33.0
-51.0
15.0
6.2
9.0
-9.0
16.0
43.6
-34.0
-52.0
16.0
5.5
8.0
-10.0
17.0
38.8
-35.0
-53.0
17.0
4.9
7.0
-11.0
18.0
34,6
-36.0
-54.0
18.0
4,4
6.0
-12.0
19.0
30,9
-37.0
-55.0
19.0
3,9
5.0
-13.0
20.0
27,5
-38.0
-56.0
20.0
3,5
4.0
-14.0
21.0
24,5
-39.0
-57.0
21.0
3,1
3.0
-15.0
-16.0
22.0
21,8
-40.0
-58.0
22.0
2,8
2.0
23.0
19,5
-41.0
-59.0
23.0
2,5
1.0
-17.0
24.0
17,4
-42.0
-60.0
24.0
2,2
0.0
-18.0
This specification is valid for Mic 1–8 inputs
if Microphone Level setting is selected.
–5.0
19.6
19.0
1.0
19.0
2,0
-1.0
-19.0
–4.0
22.0
20.0
2.0
20.0
1,7
-2.0
-20.0
–3.0
24.7
21.0
3.0
21.0
1,6
-3.0
-21.0
–2.0
27.7
22.0
4.0
22.0
1,4
-4.0
-22.0
–1.0
31.0
23.0
5.0
23.0
1,2
-5.0
-23.0
0.0
34.8
24.0
6.0
24.0
1,1
-6.0
-24.0
This specification is valid for Line 1–8 inputs
if Line Level setting is selected.
Notes:
1. Default levels are marked with white text on black
2. For the dBu value for input clipping level and absolute max output level, a sine waveform is assumed
3. If numbers in dBV are required, dBV value is 2.2 dB lower than the dBu value.
Example: -10 dBu equals -12.2 dBV
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Hardware Information
Line outputs 1 to 4 Female RCA/phone
Signal
levels
Absolute max
output level
Nominal
level
Level
setting
[dB]
[Vpp]
[dBu]
Mic 1–8 *
Line in 1–8 **
Line out 5–6
Line in 1–4
Signal type
Balanced
Balanced
Balanced
Unbalanced
Connector (codec)
XLR-F
XLR-F
XLR-M
Input impedance
[dBu]
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10k Ohm (pin 2–3)
Output impedance
Female RCA/phono
Line out 1–4
Unbalanced
Female RCA/phono
10 k Ohm
50 Ohm
100 Ohm
-24.0
1,1
-6.0
-24.0
Max input level when set to Min input level
–18dBu/275mVpp
24dBu/34.7Vpp
-23.0
1,2
-5.0
-23.0
Max input level when set to Max input level
–42dBu/35mVpp
0dBu/4.4Vpp
-22.0
1,4
-4.0
-22.0
Max output level when set to Min output level
0dBu/4.4Vpp
-6dBu/2.2Vpp
-21.0
1,5
-3.0
-21.0
Max output level when set to Max output level
24dBu/34.8Vpp
18dBu/17.4Vpp
-20.0
1,7
-2.0
-20.0
Gain range
-19.0
1,9
-1.0
-19.0
Phantom power
48 Volt +/- 2%
-18.0
2,2
0.0
-18.0
Phantom power resistor pin 1
6800 Ohm
6800 Ohm
14mA
-17.0
2.5
1.0
-17.0
-16.0
2.8
2.0
-16.0
Max phantom power current (per mic)
-15.0
3.1
3.0
-15.0
-14.0
3.5
4.0
-14.0
-13.0
3.9
5.0
-13.0
* This specification is valid for Mic 1–8 inputs if Microphone Level setting is selected
-12.0
4.4
6.0
-12.0
** This specification is valid for Line 1-8 inputs if Line Level setting is selected
-11.0
4.9
7.0
-11.0
-10.0
5.5
8.0
-10.0
-9.0
6.2
9.0
-9.0
-8.0
6.9
10.0
-8.0
-7.0
7.8
11.0
-7.0
8.7
12.0
-6.0
-5.0
9.8
13.0
-5.0
-4.0
11.0
14.0
-4.0
-3.0
12.3
15.0
-3.0
-2.0
13.8
16.0
-2.0
-1.0
15.5
17.0
-1.0
0.0
17.4
18.0
0.0
Notes:
1. Default levels are marked with white text on
black
2. For the dBu value for input clipping level and
absolute max output level, a sine waveform is
assumed
3. If numbers in dBV are required, dBV value is 2.2
dB lower than the dBu value.
Example: -10 dBu equals -12.2 dBV
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<–24dB (24 steps of 1dB) –>
Phantom power resistor pin 2
-6.0
18dBu/17.4Vpp
Volume control table
Volume control
Ring tone volume*
Audio gain value
0
0
1
-34.5 dB
70
0.0 dB
100
15.0 dB
* The ring tone volume, which is displayed on screen
when using the TRC5 remote control, goes from 0
to 20.
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Network connectors
Ethernet interface
2 × Gigabit Ethernet LAN (RJ-45 Jack) interface (GbE).
Ethernet 1: Main connector for network connection
Ethernet 1
Ethernet 2: For direct pairing with the Cisco TelePresence
Touch for C Series.
Ethernet 2
RJ-45 Connector pin-out
TOP
FRONT
1 8
1 8
Wiring diagram
standard cable
1 ---------- 1
2 ---------- 2
3 ---------- 3
6 ---------- 6
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COM port and Camera
Control port
COM port
1 x COM (RS-232) data port for codec control
and configuration through API commands.
COM port
Camera Control port
1 x Camera Control (RS-232) port for power
and camera control (pan, tilt, zoom) using the
VISCA™* protocol.
Main connector. The main camera is
connected to the Camera Control port.
Power. Pin No. 4 on the Camera Control port
provides 12 V DC / 1 A to the main camera.
If more than one camera is connected, only
the first camera is powered from the codec.
The additional cameras must be daisy chained
by using a serial cable, and each will need an
external power supply.
Camera Control Port
Additional cameras. For information about
additional cameras, see the PrecisionHD
Camera User Guide which is found on our
web site, go to: http://www.cisco.com/go/
telepresence/docs
*VISCA™ is a trademark of Sony Corporation
RS232 9 pin D-SUB pin-out
External view of socket
1
6
5
Pin-out—VISCA™ camera control
Pin-out—COM Port
Pin
Signal name
RJ11, 8 pins shielded modular jack
Direction
Pin
1
Carrier detect, CD
From DCE
2
Receive data, RXD
From DCE
3
Transmit data, TXD
To DCE
4
12 V / 1 A
To the main camera
5
Signal GND
6
Data set ready, DSR
From DCE
7
Ready to send, RTS
To DCE
8
Clear to send, CTS
From DCE
9
Ring indicator, RI
From DCE
8
Signal name
+12V (presence 2.8mA current
source when connected in daisy
chain)
7
GND
6
TXD (out)
5
NC (no connect)
4
NC (no connect)
3
RXD (in)
2
GND
1
+12V
Pin-out—Camera cable
Signal
name
RJ-45
pin
+12V DC
1
GND
2
RX
3
TX
6
NC
4
NC
5
GND
7
+12V DC
8
D-SUB
pin
Twisted
pair
4
Twisted
pair
2
Twisted
pair
1
Twisted
pair
5
5
3
6
4
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Power socket
Power Cord Socket.
Accepts 100-240V, 50/60Hz, 2.8A max.
CAUTION! This equipment must be grounded.
Power switch
Chassis
Grounding
Power Switch (On/Off)
Chassis grounding
For grounding of the chassis
Power
Socket
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GPIO and other connectors
GPIO
1 × GPIO (General Purpose Input/Output)
6 pins Phoenix plug, having 4 ports for On/Off control, GND
and +12V.
You can configure input/output integrations by using pre–
defined behavior. Exposure of states and commands for
external control requires external programming.
For information about the API commands, see the API Guide
for the codec, go to: http://www.cisco.com/go/telepresence/
docs
Usage information
GPIO
Low signal for voltages 0 - 1 VDC
USB
(for future use)
High signal for voltages 2 - 12 VDC
USB
1 × USB Host
T Link
(for future use)
GPIO pin-out
+12V
GND
4
3
2
1
GND
The GND connector is a common ground for all pins in the
GPIO port.
1
When used for outputs, the GPIO port acts as a switch
to GND, and is rated for 500mA @ 48V DC. The +12V pin
provides +12 VDC, and is capable of sourcing up to 500mA.
2
•
•
•
3
•
When used for voltage inputs, the GPIO port detects it as:
4
•
A contact closure between the GND and a GPIO port pin is
detected as a low input signal.
+12V
•
1 × USB Device
For future use.
T Link
2 × T Link, RJ45 connector.
The cable for T Link out must be shielded.
For future use.
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