CYP CDPS-41SQ Specifications

CYP CDPS-41SQ Specifications
CDPS-41SQ
HDMI 4×1 Seamless Quad Switcher
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 to walk on it.
•
To protect the unit from overheating, do not block anyents or
openings in the unit housing that provideentilation and allow for
sufficient space for air to circulate around the unit.
REVISION HISTORY
VERSION NO.
DATE DD/MM/YY SUMMARY OF CHANGE
VR0
17/10/13
Preliminary Release
VS1
23/05/13
Updated Format/Diagrams
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 Remote Control���������������������������������5
6.4 RS-232 Protocols��������������������������������6
6.5 RS-232 and Telnet Commands��������7
6.6 OSD Menu����������������������������������������10
7. Connection Diagram�������������������������� 16
8. Specifications�������������������������������������� 17
9. Acronyms��������������������������������������������� 18
1. INTRODUCTION
This 4×1 HDMI Seamless Quad PIP Scaler is an advanced HDMI switch
with integrated Picture-in-Picture (PIP) technology that can be easily
configured and controlled. It allows 4 different sources to be selected
and arranged on a single display and supports video resolutions up
to 1080p and audio up to 8CH/192kHz. Preset hot keys, IR and RS-232/
Telnet support allows instant control and switching.
2. APPLICATIONS
• Broadcasting control room
• Surveillance control room
• Public advertisement displays
• HDMI Input extending
• Video wall system
3. PACKAGE CONTENTS
• 1×4 by 1 HDMI Seamless Quad PIP Scaler
• 1× Remote Control (CR-124)
• 1×12/3 A DC Power Adaptor
• Operational Manual
4. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
HDMI source devices such as DVD/Blu-ray players or PC/Laptop
devices and output to HDTV/monitor or to an HDMI distribution system.
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5. FEATURES
• Integration of 4 HDMI sources to a single display or video wall system
• Seamless switching of HDMI channels and windows
• Supports individual channel size and position adjustments
• Zoom, shrink and overlay the source channels
• Supports Fade-In/Fade-Out, Chromakey, Mirror and Rotation (90˚
left/right and 180˚ up or down) functions
• Supports Picture-in-Picture (PIP), Picture-out-of-Picture (POP) and
multi-window display
• 8 Screen preset hot keys
• Supports OSD, RS-232, Telnet, Remote and on-panel controls
• Save and recall up to 4 customisable favorite screen arrangements
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6. OPERATION CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
6.1 Front Panel
WINDOW
POWER
MENU
CHANNEL
INPUT
1
2
3
1
A
2
B
3
C
4
D
E
1 2
3 4
F
G
1
2 3 4
H
1
2
3
4
+
-
4
1
2
3
5
4
1234
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1 IR Window: Accepts the IR signal from the supplied remote control.
2 POWER: Press to turn the unit on or to put it into standby mode.
3 MENU Button: Press this button to bring up the On-screen Display
(OSD) menu on screen.
4 MINUS/PLUS (−/+): Press these buttons to navigate down/up the
OSD menu.
5 CHANNEL INPUT 1~4: Press to cycle through the four HDMI sources to
be displayed in the corresponding window. All windows can display
the same input or each channel can display a different input.
6 WINDOW A~H: Press these hot keys to select the required screen
configuration. Windows A to D will display the selected channel in
full screen. Windows E to H can display a combination of channels
on the same screen.
Windows A to D's source selection corresponds to channel inputs 1
to 4. To change the input channel for Window A, press the button
for channel input 1. You will not be able to select the buttons for
channel inputs 2 to 4 when window A is selected. The sizes for
Windows E to H are adjustable through the OSD menu settings.
Note: Only Window G is PIP(Picture-in-Picture) whereas E, F and H
are POP (Picture-out-of-Picture) modes.
The order of priority when windows overlap each other is Channel
4>Channel 3>Channel 2>Channel 1 i.e Channel 4 will cover
Channel 3, Channel 3 will cover Channel 2 and so on.
Note: Under some circumstances the window borders may show
some interference, adjusting the display's motion setting may
resolve this issue.
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6.2 Rear Panel
HDMI IN
4
3
2
1
HDMI OUT
CONTROL
USB
SERVICE
ONLY
1
2
3
4
RS232
DC 12V
5
6
1 HDMI IN 1~4: Connect to up to four source HDMI equipped source
devices such as DVD/Blu-ray players and or PC/Laptop devices.
2 HDMI OUT: Connect to a HD TV/monitor or HDMI matrix for display
of the image.
3 CONTROL: Connect to an active network for Telnet control (refer to
Section 6.5 for details).
Warning: Please do not connect this port directly to the PC/Laptop
as the Telnet function will not work.
4 USB SERVICE ONLY: Reserved for manufacturer use only.
5 RS-232: Connect to a PC/Laptop or RS-232 control system to use
RS-232 commands to control the device (See Section 6.5 for details
on RS-232 commands).
6 DC 12V: Connect the 12V DC power supply to the unit and plug
the adaptor into an AC outlet.
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6.3 Remote Control
1 Power: Press this button to switch the device
on or to set it to standby mode.
2 Info: Press this button to display the device’s
2
4
firmwareersion.
3 Input CH 1/2/3/4: Press these buttons to
cycle through the HDMI sources (1 to 4) for
each channel to be displayed on screen.
4 WA~WH: Press these hot keys to select the
screen setting where WA to WD display the
selected channel in full screen and WE to
WH display different combinations of all 4
channels on the same screen.
Power
Info
WA
WE
CH 1
WB
WF
CH 2
WC
WG
CH 3
WD
WH
5
Mute
8
Exit
1
3
CH 4
Input
6
OK
Menu
Audio 1 Fade In-Out FAV. 1
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Audio 2 Chromakey FAV. 2
Audio 3
Mirror
FAV. 3
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Audio 4
Rotation
FAV. 4
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9
CR-124
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5 Mute: Press this button to mute the audio
from the HDMI output.
6 ▲▼►◄ and OK Buttons: Press these buttons to navigate through
the OSD menu and press OK to enter or confirm settings.
7 Menu: Press this button to enter into the OSD menu.
8 Exit: Press this button to exit the OSD menu or settings.
9 Fade-In-Out*: Press this button to switch on or off the Fade in/out
function.
10Chromakey*: Press this button to activate the Chroma key function
where CH 1 is the background and CH 2 is the overlaid (top)
image.
11Mirror*: Press this button to display the screen in mirror image.
12Rotation*: Press this button to rotate the image 90˚ left/right or 180˚
upside down.
13 Audio 1/2/3/4: Press these buttons to select the audio from HDMI
input source 1 to 4.
14 FAV. 1/2/3/4: Press these buttons to bring up the previously stored
customized screen settings.
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Note: The functions with an asterisk (*) will only work when
displaying Windows A to D. The system will revert to Window A if
these functions are used when Windows E to H are displayed.
6.4 RS-232 Protocols
Remote Control
Switcher
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: 115200bps
Data Bit: 8 bits
Parity: None
Flow Control: None
Stop Bit: 1
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6.5 RS-232 and Telnet Commands
COMMAND
POW000
DESCRIPTION
Power Off
POW001
Power On
WND001
Change to Window A
WND002
Change to Window B
WND003
Change to Window C
WND004
Change to Window D
WND005
Change to Window E
WND006
Change to Window F
WND007
Change to Window G
WND008
CH1001
Change to Window H
Change CH1 to Source 1
CH1002
Change CH1 to Source 2
CH1003
Change CH1 to Source 3
CH1004
CH2001
Change CH1 to Source 4
Change CH2 to Source 1
CH2002
Change CH2 to Source 2
CH2003
Change CH2 to Source 3
CH2004
CH3001
Change CH2 to Source 4
Change CH3 to Source 1
CH3002
Change CH3 to Source 2
CH3003
Change CH3 to Source 3
CH3004
Change CH3 to Source 4
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COMMAND
CH4001
DESCRIPTION
Change CH4 to Source 1
CH4002
Change CH4 to Source 2
CH4003
Change CH4 to Source 3
CH4004
MUT000
Change CH4 to Source 4
Mute Off
MUT001
AUD001
Mute On
Change Output Audio to Source 1
AUD002
Change Output Audio to Source 2
AUD003
Change Output Audio to Source 3
AUD004
FAD000
Change Output Audio to Source 4
Fade In-Out Off
FAD001
CHR000
Fade In-Out On
Chromakey Function Off
CHR001
MIR000
Chromakey Function On
Mirror Function Off
MIR001
ROT000
Mirror Function On
Rotation Function Off
ROT001
Rotation Function Right
ROT002
Rotation Function Left
ROT003
SFA001
Rotation Function Upside Down
Store Window Format to FAV 1*
SFA002
Store Window Format to FAV 2*
SFA003
Store Window Format to FAV 3*
SFA004
Store Window Format to FAV 4*
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COMMAND
RFA001
DESCRIPTION
Recall Window from FAV 1
RFA002
Recall Window from FAV 2
RFA003
Recall Window from FAV 3
RFA004
IO1000
Recall Window from FAV 4
CH1 Image OFF
IO1001
CH1 Image ON
IO2000
CH2 Image OFF
IO2001
CH2 Image ON
IO3000
CH3 Image OFF
IO3001
CH3 Image ON
IO4000
CH4 Image OFF
IO4001
CH4 Image ON
Note:
1. Commands with an asterisk (*) will not function under Windows A to D.
2. Commands will be not executed unless followed with by a carriage
return. Commands are case-sensitive.
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6.6 OSD Menu
MAIN MENU
1ST LAYER
2ND LAYER
3RD LAYER
Image Adjust
Brightness Adjust
CH 1
0~100 (50)
CH 2
0~100 (50)
CH 3
0~100 (50)
CH 4
0~100 (50)
Value Reset
Menu Exit
Contrast Adjust
CH 1
0~100 (50)
CH 2
0~100 (50)
CH 3
0~100 (50)
CH 4
0~100 (50)
Value Reset
Menu Exit
Hue Adjust
CH 1
0~100 (50)
CH 2
0~100 (50)
CH 3
0~100 (50)
CH 4
0~100 (50)
Value Reset
Menu Exit
Saturation
CH 1
0~100 (50)
CH 2
0~100 (50)
CH 3
0~100 (50)
CH 4
0~100 (50)
Value Reset
Menu Exit
Picture Reset
Menu Exit
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MAIN MENU
1ST LAYER
2ND LAYER
Window Setup Channel 1 Select Size
3RD LAYER
CH1 Wxxx Hxxx
Width Unit
Width Ten
Width Hundred
Height Unit
Height Ten
Height Hundred
Position
CH1 Hxxxxxx
Horizontal Unit
Horizontal Ten
Horizontal Hundred
Vertical Unit
Vertical Ten
Vertical Hundred
Image Output
On/Off
Window Reset
Menu Exit
Channel 2 Select Size
CH2 Hxxxxxx
Width Unit
Width Ten
Width Hundred
Height Unit
Height Ten
Height Hundred
Position
CH2 Hxxxxxx
Horizontal Unit
Horizontal Ten
Horizontal Hundred
Vertical Unit
Vertical Ten
Vertical Hundred
Image Output
Window Reset
Menu Exit
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On/Off
MAIN MENU
1ST LAYER
2ND LAYER
Window Setup Channel 3 Select Size
3RD LAYER
CH3 Wxxx Hxxx
Width Unit
Width Ten
Width Hundred
Height Unit
Height Ten
Height Hundred
Position
CH3 Wxxx Hxxx
Horizontal Unit
Horizontal Ten
Horizontal Hundred
Vertical Unit
Vertical Ten
Vertical Hundred
Image Output
On/Off
Window Reset
Menu Exit
Channel 4 Select Size
CH4 Wxxx Hxxx
Width Unit
Width Ten
Width Hundred
Height Unit
Height Ten
Height Hundred
Position
CH4 Wxxx Hxxx
Horizontal Unit
Horizontal Ten
Horizontal Hundred
Vertical Unit
Vertical Ten
Vertical Hundred
Image Output
On/Off
Window Reset
Menu Exit
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MAIN MENU
1ST LAYER
Window Setup Favorite Store
2ND LAYER
3RD LAYER
FAV 1 Store
On/Off/OK
FAV 2 Store
On/Off/OK
FAV 3 Store
On/Off/OK
FAV 4 Store
On/Off/OK
Menu Exit
Favorite Recall
FAV 1 Recall
On/Off/OK
FAV 2 Recall
On/Off/OK
FAV 3 Recall
On/Off/OK
FAV 4 Recall
On/Off/OK
Menu Exit
Menu Exit
Window
Channel 1
Mirror
On/Off
Convert
Convert
Fade In-Out
On/Off
Rotation
R90/L90/180/Off
Window Reset
Menu Exit
Channel 2
Mirror
On/Off
Convert
Fade In-Out
On/Off
Rotation
R90/L90/180/Off
Window Reset
Menu Exit
Channel 3
Mirror
On/Off
Convert
Fade In-Out
On/Off
Rotation
R90/L90/180/Off
Window Reset
Menu Exit
Channel 4
Mirror
On/Off
Convert
Fade In-Out
On/Off
Rotation
R90/L90/180/Off
Window Reset
Menu Exit
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MAIN MENU
1ST LAYER
2ND LAYER
3RD LAYER
Chromakey
Minimum For R
000~255
Setup*
Maximum For R
000~255
Minimum For G
000~255
Maximum For G
000~255
Minimum For B
000~255
Maximum For B
000~255
Switch
On/Off
Menu Exit
Ethernet
IP Mode
Static/DHCP
Setup
Static Set
IP/Mask/Gate
Byte1 High
XXX
000~255
Byte2
XXX
000~255
Byte3
XXX
000~255
Byte4 Low
XXX
000~255
Re-Link
No/Yes
Exit
Static/DHCP IP
LINKED/NOT LINKED
IP
IP/Mask/Gate
Mask
XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
Gate
XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
Mac
XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
Sys Reset
Information
FWersion
Menu Exit
Note:
1. Chromakey Setup only works when CH 1and CH 2 are selected. CH 1 is the
background and CH 2 is the top layer to be overlaid.
2. The Chromakey function is designed for overlapping twoideo images (such
as news reports, weather forecasts or educationalideos). The background
color of CH 2 is usually a single, solid, color which can be easily removed.
The RGB setting is for the CH 2ideo where the minimum setting figures cannot
be greater than the maximum figures and the maximum figures cannot be
lower than the minimum setting figures.
3. When input 1 or 2 has no source connected a warning message will appear
on the OSD.
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7. CONNECTION DIAGRAM
HDMI Camera
Blu-ray Player
Set-top Box
4
HDMI Inputs
Router
Games Console
Smartphone
or Tablet
Device
4 3 2 1
Power
Supply
HDMI IN
4
3
2
HDMI OUT
1
CONTROL
USB
SERVICE
ONLY
RS232
HDMI Output
DC 12V
RS-232
1
2
3
4
RS-232 Enabled
PC/Laptop or
Control System
HDTV
Screen Configurations:
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1
2
3
4
2
3
4
1
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
8. SPECIFICATIONS
8.1 Technical Specifications
Video Bandwidth
225 MHz/6.75 Gbps
Input Ports
4×HDMI
Output Port
1×HDMI
Input Resolution Support
PC:GA~WUXGA
HDTV: 480i~1080p
Output Resolution Support
[email protected]
HDMI Input Cable Length
Up to [email protected]/12-bit
HDMI Output Cable Length
Up to [email protected]/8-bit
Supported Sampling Rate
32~192 kHz
ESD Protection
Human body model:
±8kV (air-gap discharge)
±4kV (contact-gap discharge)
Power Supply
12 V/3 A DC (US/EU standards, CE/FCC/
UL certified)
Dimensions
436 mm (W)×247 mm (D)×44 mm (H)
Weight
2200 g
Chassis Material
Aluminum
Chassis 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
18 W
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8.2 Supported Resolutions
RESOLUTIONS
INPUT
OUTPUT
640×[email protected]/72/75/85

-
800×[email protected]/60/72/75/85

-
1024×[email protected]/70/75/85

-
1360×[email protected]

-
1280×[email protected]/75

-
1280×[email protected]/75

-
1620×[email protected]

-
1920×[email protected]

-
[email protected]
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-
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9. ACRONYMS
ACRONYM
COMPLETE TERM
CEC
Consumer Electronics Control
DVI
Digitalisual Interface
HDCP
High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection
HDMI
High Definition Multimedia Interface
PIP
Picture-in-Picture
POP
Picture out of picture
IR
Infrared
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