Connect-Tek USB-2 User`s manual

Connect-Tek USB-2 User`s manual
TEK 2 User’s Manual
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Table of Contents
Copyright & Trademark .............................................................................................................................. 4
FCC Class B Notice..................................................................................................................................... 5
Warranty ....................................................................................................................................................... 6
Introduction ................................................................................................................................................. 7
Benefits ..................................................................................................................................................... 8
Features .................................................................................................................................................... 8
Description and Installation ....................................................................................................................... 9
Description ................................................................................................................................................ 9
Front Panel Features .............................................................................................................................. 11
Applications ............................................................................................................................................... 12
TEK 2 Applications ................................................................................................................................. 12
Standard Projector Connection............................................................................................................... 12
Miniature 24 volt Security Alarm ............................................................................................................. 13
TEK 2 with Occupancy Detection ........................................................................................................... 14
TEK 2 with Occupancy Detection and Lights ......................................................................................... 15
TEK 2 with Occupancy Detection, Lights and 2 Button Keypad Control ................................................ 17
Installation ................................................................................................................................................. 18
Installing a TEK 2 .................................................................................................................................... 18
Configuring the TEK 2 ............................................................................................................................ 19
Setting a Static IP Address ..................................................................................................................... 19
Campus Network supports DHCP .......................................................................................................... 19
Campus Network does not support DHCP ............................................................................................. 19
To set a static IP address on a TEK 2 using the USB debug port.......................................................... 19
Determining the Current IP Address ....................................................................................................... 20
Wiring ......................................................................................................................................................... 20
Serial Port ............................................................................................................................................... 20
Device Connections ................................................................................................................................ 21
LAN Connection ...................................................................................................................................... 28
Straight-through cable ............................................................................................................................ 28
Diagnostics - Telnet .................................................................................................................................. 29
Control of a TEK 2 using TekEzLink™.................................................................................................... 29
Communication Protocol ......................................................................................................................... 31
Specifications ............................................................................................................................................ 34
Ethernet control interface........................................................................................................................ 34
TekSecurity Interface .............................................................................................................................. 34
Serial Control interface ........................................................................................................................... 34
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Outputs ................................................................................................................................................... 34
OCC Connection ..................................................................................................................................... 34
General ................................................................................................................................................... 34
Architectural Specifications..................................................................................................................... 35
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Copyright & Trademark
© Copyright 2006-2012 - TEKVOX, Inc. No part of the contents of this book may be transmitted or
reproduced in any form or by any means without the written permission of TEKVOX, Inc. All rights
reserved. This document was printed in the United States of America.
Ethernet is a trademark of XEROX Corporation. Windows XP is a trademark of Microsoft Corp.
Contacts
TEKVOX, Inc
San Antonio, TX 78216
Phone: 210.348.6565
Fax: 713.490.3135
Technical Support
Phone: 210.348.6565
Fax: 713.490.3135
Online: www.TEKVOX.com
Email: [email protected]
Sales Offices
For a current list of our sales offices, go to the TEKVOX Web site at www.TEKVOX.com
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FCC Class B Notice
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant
to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial or home environment. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy. If this equipment is not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, it may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more
of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
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Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
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Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
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Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
You may also find helpful the following booklet, prepared by the FCC: "How to Identify and Resolve
Radio-TV Interference Problems." This booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office,
Washington D.C. 20402.
Changes and Modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer or registrant of this equipment
can void your authority to operate this equipment under Federal Communications Commissions rules.
In order to maintain compliance with FCC regulations shielded cables must be used with this equipment.
Operation with non-approved equipment or unshielded cables is likely to result in interference to radio &
television reception.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
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Warranty
TEKVOX, Inc. warrants this product against defects in workmanship and materials for a period of Two
Years from the date of purchase. During the warranty period, if failure is caused from faulty workmanship
and/or materials, TEKVOX, Inc. will, at its option, repair or replace said products or components, to
whatever extent it shall deem necessary to restore said product to proper operating condition, provided
that it is returned within the warranty period, with proof of purchase and description of malfunction to:
TEKVOX, Inc.
11831 Radium St.
San Antonio, TX 78216
This Limited Warranty does not apply if fault is caused by misuse, improper handling, electrical or
mechanical abuse, abnormal operating conditions or non-TEKVOX authorized modifications to said
product.
If it has been determined product is defective, please call TEKVOX and ask for an Applications Engineer
at (210) 348-6565 (USA) to receive an RMA # (Return Material Authorization Number) to begin the repair
process as quickly as possible.
Units must be returned with prepaid shipping charges. Please insure package. If not insured you assume
the risk of loss or damage during shipment. Returned units must include the serial number and a
description of the problem, as well as the contact person in case there are any questions.
TEKVOX, Inc. makes no further warranties either expressed or implied with respect to said product, or its
quality, performance, or operation for any particular use. In no event will TEKVOX, Inc. be liable for
direct, indirect, or consequential damages resulting from any defect in this product even if TEKVOX, Inc.
has been advised of such damage. Please note that laws vary from state to state and country to country,
and that some provisions of this warranty may not apply to you.
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Introduction
TekPatrol™ is a state-of-the-art asset management technology providing real-time supervision and
control of any device with a serial connection and released protocol. Use TekPatrol to supervise devices
and controlled areas for security and maintenance purposes. Our technology works in your classroom or
office, providing control and security of your projector, plasma, other audio visual equipment, lights and
computer equipment.
Unlike other monitoring systems that require static IP addresses, TekPatrol uses a proprietary autodiscovery method allowing each TekMonitor to be installed with its IP address set to DHCP. No longer do
you have to wait for static IP addresses from your IT group. Since our auto-discovery method does not
use the DHCP name, static IP addresses may also be used.
TekPatrol is not locked to any particular product or manufacturer to supervise or control a device such as
video projector, plasma or LCD monitor. Manufacturers like Sony, Hitachi, Panasonic, Sharp and many
other manufacturers are all accessible with TekPatrol.
Using a Client/Server device management and control tool, TekPatrol uses both hardware and software
to supervise and control a device over an IP network. Hardware is installed at the supervised device, like
a video projector. The hardware provides for Real-time supervision and control using an Ethernet-based
mini control system called a TekMonitor. The software application called TekManager gathers information
from the TekMonitors and displays it in an easy to read format on an administrator's PC. Having a minicontrol system supervise a device improves reliability and allows for easy control of other equipment, not
just projectors made by a single manufacturer.
Another benefit of the TekMonitor is its ability to supervise equipment by itself, send email notifications
and usage reports to the administrator, or send a security email if the device becomes disconnected. You
do not need to run the TekManager software for TekPatrol to do its job.
Each TekMonitor is programmed using the TekWizard software application making it easy to include room
and device driver information. All programming is provided using simple macros and a driver from our
driver library. You do not need to know any programming language to setup a TekMonitor. If you have a
product that is not listed in our driver library, please let us know and we can easily create one in most
cases.
To control a device, TekPatrol incorporates a software application called TekControl. Unlike other
monitoring and control systems that use a Web server to control a device, TekControl is an application
running from a PC located in the room with the TekMonitor and controlled device. Using a software
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application provides extra security. A Web page allows easy access by anyone using a browser, once the
user name and password are broken security is lost.
Benefits
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Improves equipment life by managing operational times
Reduces maintenance and energy costs
Adds reliable security to room devices
Improves equipment reliability
Increases administrator productivity
Easy to configure and install
Features
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Easy step-by-step system integration using TekWizard
Effortless management of devices using a view-all navigation GUI
Secure and easy device control from a room PC
Supports DHCP IP configuration using a proprietary auto-discovery method
Compatible with any device having a data connection and released protocol
Security management using a true hardware security detection method to eliminate false
Email reports
Monthly email usage reports
Lamp and Maintenance timer, Email reports
Event scheduling
Inventory and asset management
Supports Occupancy Sensors and lighting control
Event driven TCP/IP control to link with room controllers like AMX™ and Crestron™
Two programmable Serial Ports
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Description and Installation
Description
The TEK 2 is an Ethernet-based mini control system used to supervise and control video projectors,
plasma monitors, lights and many other classroom or office space devices. Unlike a control system that
requires a programmer, the TEK 2 uses an intuitive step-by-step guide called a TekWizard for
programming.
When monitoring a video projector, the TEK 2 maintains its own lamp and filter timers. The TEK 2
maintains these timers to provide uniformity in reporting and to provide timers for projectors that do not
report these timers. With a TEK 2 it is possible to monitor a device that only has IR control. For projectors
that do report these timers, the TEK 2 reports both its own and the projector’s timers. The filter timer for
the TEK 2 is called Maintenance timer. This timer can be used on any device that may require routine
maintenance like cleaning or filter changes. Both the lamp and maintenance timers are adjustable.
For theft control the TEK 2 maintains a wired connection to the monitored device and if this connection is
removed, the TEK 2 sends a Security Email. Most other monitoring systems rely on serial
communications with the device for theft control. If serial communications is lost, then the monitoring
system sends out an email. Relying on serial communications takes time and may cause false Security
Emails.
Another feature of the TEK 2 is its ability to determine a lamp error even if the projector does not report
errors. This is made possible by determining if the lamp is actually powered on when the projector is
instructed to turn on.
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Front Panel Features
1. TekSecurity RJ-12 connection. Allows for quick connect of TekSecurity without having to make
wiring connections.
2. Occupancy Sensor connection. Includes the 24 Volt power connection to operate the occupancy
sensor.
3. DO: Digital logic Outputs 2 and 3 - 300 ma at 24 volts. These outputs must share a common
ground with the connected device. PU: 24 volt @ 8 ma (2.7K) pull-up resistor. These resistors
may be required to connect to a Digital Output to provide voltage for the connected device.
4. Logic Inputs 4and 3: Use these inputs for sensing an on or off state of device like a security
connection, a room occupancy detector, a power monitor or a control button.
5. Serial connection Port 2: This connection is a programmable RS-232 data port used to pass data
between the TekMonitor and a connected device.
6. The LAN connection is an auto sensing 10/100 Ethernet connection supporting DHCP, TCP/IP,
UDP, SMTP and Telnet. This port also supports Power-Over-Ethernet.
7. 24 volt connection: Use this power connection to power another device like an occupancy sensor
or power the TEK 2 from another power source, like a power pack for an occupancy sensor.
Link Led (Left)
Color
Off
Amber
Green
Meaning
No Link
10 Mbps
100 Mbps
Activity LED (Right)
Color
Off
Amber
Green
Meaning
No Activity
Half-Duplex
Fill-Duplex
The TEK 2 does not come with an external 24 volt power supply. Power-Over-Ethernet is supported.
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Applications
TekMonitors are not programmed like other control systems using a program language; they are
configured using a PC application called TekWizard. With some IT experience an installer is able to
configure a TekMonitor by following the step-by-step guide in TekWizard. Although there is no
programming, TekWizard does provide for some logic operations in the creation of macros. A macro is
just a list of commands executed by a logic input, software, user or time event. A macro is basically a
group of commands to provide simple automation.
The Logic Inputs generate two types of events that are linked to macros. These input events occur when
the input goes high (open circuit) or low (connection to ground).
These applications provide the system integrator with some concepts of how to apply the TEK 2. Within
TekWizard are templates that coincide with these applications.
TEK 2 Applications
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Standard Projector Connection
12 volt Security Alarm
Miniature 24 volt Security Alarm
Occupancy Detection and Lighting
Occupancy Detection, Lighting Control and Miniature Alarm
Occupancy Detection, Lighting and Screen Control
IR Control
Standard Projector Connection
TekWizard Template: TEKVOX – TEK2 Standard
In a standard configuration a TEK 2 is used to control and monitor a video projector or large screen
display. The TEK 2 is usually installed in the ceiling above a projector using the TekSecurity cable.
Features
 Internal timers for Lamp,
Maintenance, Monthly Usage,
Total Usage and System Off
 Detects cut cables for device
security (Reports by Email)
 Email Reports including
Device Errors, Monthly Usage
and Security Email
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Miniature 24 volt Security Alarm
TekWizard Template: TEKVOX – TEK2 24V Alarm
TEKVOX offers a miniature 24 volt alarm that can operate from the second Digital Output (DO 2). This
alarm operates with the same power supply powering the TEK 2.
Features
 Internal timers for Lamp, Maintenance, Monthly Usage, Total Usage and System Off
 Detects cut cables for device security
 Email Reports including Device Errors, Monthly Usage and Security Email
 Enables an alarm if the security cable is cut
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TEK 2 with Occupancy Detection
TekWizard Template: TEKVOX – TEK2 Occ 1
Adding Occupancy detection to a TEK 2 can reduce operating cost of a video projector. The TEK 2 has
the ability to interface with different types of occupancy and motion detectors. When motion is detected,
the occupancy detector triggers an on event on Input 2 of the TEK 2. Once motion is no longer detected,
the occupancy detector triggers an off event on Input 2. The off state then starts a Motion Timer for
motion sensors or starts the System Off timer for occupancy sensors.
Macros
Motion –
If System Power is On - The system off countdown timer is stopped and reset.
No Motion –
If System Power is On - The system off countdown timer runs. If this timer reaches zero, a system off
Macro is called, shutting down the projector.
Note that when using a Digital Output to control a lighting power pack, the logic is reversed. This means
when power is first applied to the TEK 2 the Digital Output is in an open state, causing the pull-up resistor
to supply current to turn on the power pack. Once the TEK 2 is running, a command is issued to turn on
this output causing the power pack to go off. Using a relay solves this problem.
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Features
 Internal timers for Lamp, Maintenance, Monthly Usage, Total Usage and System Off
 Detects cut cables for device security
 Email Reports including Device Errors, Monthly Usage and Security Email
 Detects the lack of movement to automatically shut down the system
TEK 2 with Occupancy Detection and Lights
TekWizard Template: TEKVOX - TEK2 Lights
Occupancy detection for lighting has become a required device in most new installations. To improve the
performance and operation of the lighting control, the TEK 2 has the ability to interface with an occupancy
detector and lighting controls. When motion is detected, the occupancy detector triggers a high event on
Input 2 of the TEK 2. Once motion is no longer detected, the occupancy detector triggers a low event on
Input 2 of the TEK 2.
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Macros
Motion –
If System Power is On - The system off countdown timer is stopped and reset.
If System On is Off - The lights go on.
No Motion –
If System Power is On - The system off countdown timer runs. If this timer reaches zero, a system off
Macro is called, shutting down the system.
If System Power is Off - The lights go off.
The TEK 2 has an internal 2.2K resistor that can be enabled to create an off state for the Leviton
occupancy sensors. When the occupancy detector is off, its output floats causing the TEK 2 to think it is
on. By turning off the Pull-Up on input 2 the 2.2K resistor is enabled.
This method of controlling the lights from the TEK 2 solves the problem with the lights automatically
shutting off when there are only a few people in the room. Also, the TEK 2 can power off other devices
when no one is in the room, thereby saving energy and extending the bulb life of a video projector
Note that when using a Digital Output to control a lighting power pack, the logic is reversed. This means
when power is first applied to the TEK 2 the Digital Output is in an open state, causing the pull-up resistor
to supply current to turn on the lighting relay. Once the TEK 2 is running, a command is issued to turn on
this output causing the lights go off. Using a relay solves this problem.
Features
 Internal timers for Lamp, Maintenance, Monthly Usage, Total Usage and System Off
 Detects cut cables for device security
 Email Reports including Device Errors, Monthly Usage and Security Email
 Detects movement to automatically power on and off lights
 Detects the lack of movement to automatically shut down the system
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TEK 2 with Occupancy Detection, Lights and 2 Button Keypad Control
TekWizard Template: TEKVOX – TEK2 2 Button
For low cost classroom installations a two button keypad can be added to a TEK 2. This allows for control
of the Projector from the keypad. Feedback of the power state of the projector is displayed on the keypad
On button.
Features
 Internal timers for Lamp, Maintenance, Monthly Usage, Total Usage and System Off
 Detects cut cables for device security
 Email Reports including Device Errors, Monthly Usage and Security Email
 Detects movement to automatically power lights on and off
 Detects the lack of movement to automatically shut down the system
 Controls other items like projection screens and projector lifts
 Allows for simple control of the projector in the classroom
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Installation
Installing the TEK 2 does not require any additional mounting hardware like projector or furniture mounts.
The TEK 2 is designed with permanent side flanges and only requires #6 wood or metal screws.
The TEK 2 should not be mounted on a monitored device and should not be easily visible. If the TEK 2 is
stolen with the device, it cannot send an Email or set an alarm. Also the power supply should not be
easily disconnected along with the projector. Although, if monitored by the TekManager software, it is
possible to send a report that the software has lost communication with the TEK 2.
Installing a TEK 2
There are two stick-on labels with the serial number and MAC address included with the TEK 2. One of
these labels can be applied to the top of the TEK 2 for easy viewing. The other can be applied to the
TekMonitor install report to reduce errors and make the install easier. Write down the model number,
serial number, asset number, if any, date of install for the monitored. Before mounting the TEK 2 make
certain that your LAN supports DHCP. If not, you will need to set a static IP address. (See Setting a Static
IP Address, page 19)
Locate a place to mount the TEK 2, usually above the ceiling. Always follow electrical codes for placing
cables and hardware in a plenum. Disconnect power from the monitored device and connect a
control/security cable between the TEK 2 and monitored device. (See Wiring Diagrams, page 21)
Connect any other devices that need to be controlled or monitored by the TEK 2. Reapply power to all
devices.
Once all TekMonitors have been installed, run TekManager and search an address range. TekManager
automatically finds each TekMonitor on the network and places them into the Holding Area. Using the
information from the install report, select TekWizard and configure an individual TekMonitor.
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Configuring the TEK 2
For most installations all that is required is to connect a TEK 2 to the campus network with POE. A DHCP
server on the camps network automatically assign’s an IP address. Unlike other monitoring type systems,
you do not need to run a DOS program or connect to the TEK 2 using a Web browser. A TEK 2 is
configured by an easy to follow application called TekWizard.
Setting a Static IP Address
Before setting a static IP address, always consult with your IT administrator. You should always keep a
list of the devices that are configured using static IP address. Sometimes your IT administrator may ask
you for the MAC address of each TEK 2. To get the MAC address from a TEK 2 you will either need to
connect it to a network and run TekManager or connect to the serial port on the TEK 2. Two labels are
supplied with the TEK 2 containing both the serial number and MAC address. See Determining the
Current IP Address.
Campus Network supports DHCP
Since most networks supports DHCP, just connect the TEK 2 to the network. The campus network will
then assign the IP and DNS addresses. Most campuses place their control equipment on a separate
VLAN from their computer equipment. This sometime makes it difficult to locate the TEK 2 on the network
unless you know the VLAN that it is on. The best solution to this is to connect a laptop to the network and
write down the IP address given for your laptop.
Campus Network does not support DHCP
Before installing the TEK 2 you must first set the IP address. There are two ways to set a static IP
address:
1. Temporarily connect the TEK 2 to a router that supports DHCP and run TekManager.
2. Connect a computer to the USB port of the TEK 2 and run the USB Debug Port Access from
TekManager Tools.
Using the router method is the easiest and allows you to configure several TEK 2s at or near the same
time. If your router is not connected to the campus network, you can set it to the same Gateway as the
campus network. Doing this allows you to configure the TEK 2s without losing communication with them
once you have changed their IP addresses.
To set a static IP address on a TEK 2 using the USB debug port
1. Disconnect power from the TEK 2.
2. Connect a USB 2.0 A-Male to Mini-B cable to the computer and on the rear USB connection on
the TEK 2.
3. Reconnect Power.
4. Run USB Debug Port Access from TekManager Tools.
5. Select menu item 4 - Network Config.
6. The firmware will ask for each octet of the IP address starting with the highest octet. Enter each
octet value or just use the enter key to keep the current displayed value.
7. The firmware will then ask for each octet of the Gateway address starting with the highest octet.
Enter each octet value or depress the enter key to keep the current displayed value.
8. The firmware will finally ask for each octet of the Subnet mask value starting with the highest
octet. Enter each octet value or depress the enter key to keep the current displayed value.
9. For DHCP select menu item 5.
10. Select menu item 7 - to save and restart with the new settings.
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The new settings may be validated by re-launching TekDebug and depressing the enter key which should
display the currently modified IP Address, Gateway, and Subnet Mask values.
Determining the Current IP Address
1. To determine the current IP address from TekManager, select a TekMonitor and view its Network
Settings in the Properties window. Another useful method is to use the USB debug connection as
mentioned above.
2. Once the TekMonitor Detected message is displayed in TekDebug, tap the Enter key.
3. Select menu item q - Exit W/O Save to exit TekDebug, or just shut the window down.
TekDebug
Wiring
The captive screw connectors on the TEK 2 support wire sizes 18-24 AWG. It is best not to tin these
wires. Tinning may cause the compression fitting of the captive screw to become loose over time.
Serial Port
Only (TX) Transmit, (RX) Receive and Ground are supported on the TEK 2. There is no hardware
handshaking. If a device requires hardware handshaking, just connect pins 7 (CTS) and 8 (RTS) together
on controlled device. Settings for the serial port are not user configurable they are only set by the
selected driver.
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Most manufactures use a DB-9 type control connection and it is not always easy to determine if pin 2 or 3
is the transmit pin. An easy way to determine which is the transmit pin is to use a DC volt meter and
connect the leads between pins 5 Ground and pin 2 or 3. The pin which has between 5 and 12 volts is the
transmit pin. Connect this pin to the Receive (RX) input on the TEK 2. When both transmit and receive
connections are made correctly on the TEK 2, you should be able to register between 5 and 12 volts
between Ground and the TX pin and Ground and RX pin on the TEK 2. Of course power must be on for
both devices.
Wiring connections can be found in driver information located in TekWizard.
Device Connections
The following is a list of wire diagrams for different device manufactures including both a direct
connection or through TekSecurity.
All Connector views are from rear of the connector.
TekSecurity RJ12 Pin out
The view of the RJ12 Jack is from the front. The TekMonitor side requires a six conductor cable. The
Device side requires a four conductor cable.
WHT 1
BLK 2
RED 3
GRN 4
YEL 5
BLU 6
RJ12 Plug
RJ12 Jack
PC DB-9 FM
TEK 2 PC
GND-----5
RX-------3
TX-------2
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Canon LV-7245 Mini Din-8P
Direct
TEK 2 Canon
GND-----4
RX-------7
TX-------1
IN1------Shield
TekSecurity Box
TEK 2
TekSecurity
TekSecurity
Canon
To TekMonitor To Device
Mini Din-8P
OUT1---WHT------1
GND-----BLK------2------------------------2------BLK-------4
TX-------RED------3------------------------3------RED-------1
RX------GRN------4------------------------4------GRN-------7
IN1 -----YEL-------5------------------------5------YEL-------Shield
PU1-----BLU-------6
Canon SX-50 Mini Din-8P
Direct
TEK 2 Canon
GND-----4
RX-------3
TX-------5
IN1------Shield
TekSecurity Box
TEK 2
TekSecurity
TekSecurity
Canon
To TekMonitor To Device
Mini Din-8P
OUT1---WHT------1
GND-----BLK------2------------------------2------BLK-------4
TX-------RED------3------------------------3------RED-------3
RX------GRN------4------------------------4------GRN-------5
IN1 -----YEL-------5------------------------5------YEL-------Shield
PU1-----BLU-------6
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Dell Mini Din-6P
Direct
TEK 2 Dell
GND-----1
RX-------3
TX-------5
IN1------2
TekSecurity Box
TEK 2
TekSecurity
TekSecurity
Dell
To TekMonitor To Device
Mini Din-6P
OUT1---WHT------1
GND-----BLK------2------------------------2------BLK-------1
TX-------RED------3------------------------3------RED-------4
RX------GRN------4------------------------4------GRN-------3
IN1 -----YEL-------5------------------------5------YEL-------2
PU1-----BLU-------6
Epson DB-9 FM
Direct
TEK 2 Epson
GND-----5
RX-------3
TX-------2
IN1------Shield
TekSecurity Box
TEK 2
TekSecurity
TekSecurity
Epson
To TekMonitor To Device
DB-9 FM
OUT1---WHT------1
GND-----BLK------2------------------------2------BLK-------5
TX-------RED------3------------------------3------RED-------2
RX------GRN------4------------------------4------GRN-------3
IN1 -----YEL-------5------------------------5------YEL-------Shield
PU1-----BLU-------6
Hitachi DB-15 FM
Direct
TEK 2 Hitachi
GND-----6, 7, 10
RX-------14
TX-------13
IN1------Shield
TekSecurity Box
TEK 2
TekSecurity
TekSecurity
Hitachi
To TekMonitor To Device
DB-15 FM
OUT1---WHT------1
GND-----BLK------2------------------------2------BLK-------6, 7, 10
TX-------RED------3------------------------3------RED-------13
RX------GRN------4------------------------4------GRN-------14
IN1 -----YEL-------5------------------------5------YEL-------Shield
PU1-----BLU-------6
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Hitachi DB-9 FM
Direct
TEK 2 Hitachi
GND-----5
RX-------3
TX-------2
IN1------Shield
TekSecurity Box
TEK 2
TekSecurity
TekSecurity
Hitachi
To TekMonitor To Device
DB-9 FM
OUT1---WHT------1
GND-----BLK------2------------------------2------BLK-------5
TX-------RED------3------------------------3------RED-------2
RX------GRN------4------------------------4------GRN-------3
IN1 -----YEL-------5------------------------5------YEL-------Shield
PU1-----BLU-------6
Mitsubishi Mini Din-8P
Direct
TEK 2 Mitsubishi
GND-----4
RX-------1
TX-------7
IN1------Shield
TekSecurity Box
TEK 2
TekSecurity
TekSecurity
Mitsubishi
To TekMonitor To Device
Mini Din-8P
OUT1---WHT------1
GND-----BLK------2------------------------2------BLK-------4
TX-------RED------3------------------------3------RED-------1
RX------GRN------4------------------------4------GRN-------7
IN1 -----YEL-------5------------------------5------YEL-------Shield
PU1-----BLU-------6
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NEC DB-9 FM (LCD/Plasma)
Direct
TEK 2 NEC
GND-----5
RX-------3
TX-------2
IN1------Shield
TekSecurity Box
TEK 2
TekSecurity
NEC
To TekMonitor To Device
DB-9 FM
OUT1---WHT------1
GND-----BLK------2------------------------2------BLK-------5
TX-------RED------3------------------------3------RED-------2
RX------GRN------4------------------------4------GRN-------3
IN1 -----YEL-------5------------------------5------YEL-------Shield
PU1-----BLU-------6
TekSecurity
NEC Mini Din-8P (Projector)
Direct
TEK 2 NEC
GND-----4
RX-------7
TX-------1
IN1------Shield
TekSecurity Box
TEK 2
TekSecurity
TekSecurity
NEC
To TekMonitor To Device
Mini Din-8P
OUT1---WHT------1
GND-----BLK------2------------------------2------BLK-------4
TX-------RED------3------------------------3------RED-------1
RX------GRN------4------------------------4------GRN-------7
IN1 -----YEL-------5------------------------5------YEL-------Shield
PU1-----BLU-------6
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Sampo DB-9 FM
Direct
TEK 2 Sampo
GND-----5
RX-------2
TX-------3
IN1------Shield
TekSecurity Box
TEK 2
TekSecurity
TekSecurity
Hitachi
To TekMonitor To Device
DB-9 FM
OUT1---WHT------1
GND-----BLK------2------------------------2------BLK-------5
TX-------RED------3------------------------3------RED-------3
RX------GRN------4------------------------4------GRN-------2
IN1 -----YEL-------5------------------------5------YEL-------Shield
PU1-----BLU-------6
Sanyo Mini Din-8P
Direct
TEK 2 Sanyo
GND-----4
RX-------6
TX-------1
IN1------Shield
TekSecurity Box
TEK 2
TekSecurity
TekSecurity
Sanyo
To TekMonitor To Device
Mini Din-8P
OUT1---WHT------1
GND-----BLK------2------------------------2------BLK-------4
TX-------RED------3------------------------3------RED-------1
RX------GRN------4------------------------4------GRN-------6
IN1 -----YEL-------5------------------------5------YEL-------Shield
PU1-----BLU-------6
Sharp Mini Din-9P
Direct
TEK 2 Sharp
GND-----5
RX-------3
TX-------2
IN1------Shield
TekSecurity Box
TEK 2
TekSecurity
TekSecurity
Sharp
To TekMonitor To Device
Mini Din-9P
OUT1---WHT------1
GND-----BLK------2------------------------2------BLK-------5
TX-------RED------3------------------------3------RED-------2
RX------GRN------4------------------------4------GRN-------3
IN1 -----YEL-------5------------------------5------YEL-------Shield
PU1-----BLU-------6
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Sony DB-9 M
Direct
TEK 2 Sony
GND-----5
RX-------3
TX-------2
IN1------Shield
TekSecurity Box
TEK 2
TekSecurity
TekSecurity
Sony
To TekMonitor To Device
DB-9 M
OUT1---WHT------1
GND-----BLK------2------------------------2------BLK-------5
TX-------RED------3------------------------3------RED-------2
RX------GRN------4------------------------4------GRN-------3
IN1 -----YEL-------5------------------------5------YEL-------Shield
PU1-----BLU-------6
Toshiba Mini Din-8P
Direct
TEK 2 Toshiba
GND-----4
RX-------7
TX-------1
IN1------Shield
TekSecurity Box
TEK 2
TekSecurity
TekSecurity
Toshiba
To TekMonitor To Device
Mini Din-8P
OUT1---WHT------1
GND-----BLK------2------------------------2------BLK-------4
TX-------RED------3------------------------3------RED-------1
RX------GRN------4------------------------4------GRN-------7
IN1 -----YEL-------5------------------------5------YEL-------Shield
PU1-----BLU-------6
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LAN Connection
Straight-through cable
Side 1
Pin
1
2
3
4*
5*
6
7*
8*
Wire color
White-orange
Orange
White-green
Blue
White-blue
Green
White-brown
Brown
Side 2
Pin
Wire color
1
White-orange
2
Orange
3
White-green
4*
Blue
5*
White-blue
6
Green
7*
White-brown
8*
Brown
* These pins are not used
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Diagnostics - Telnet
TEK 2 uses a standard Telnet interface on port 5074. HyperTerminal or PUTTY may be used to access a
TEK 2 by selecting a connection using TCP/IP and entering the IP address of the TEK 2. Once a
connection is made to the TEK 2, you need to enter a Login: ‘admin’ and Password: TEK 2 passcode.
You will need to know the passcode of the TEK 2. By default the passcode is 6373.
Once all of the login password has been entered correctly, the TEK 2 setup information is displayed. This
is the same information found using the USB TekDebug connection.
Control of a TEK 2 using TekEzLink™
TekEzLink™ is a unique TCP/IP protocol allowing for easy integration of AMX and Crestron type control
systems. Using this protocol allows the control system to control and monitor multiple video projectors in
real time without having to do any polling or taxing of the control system’s processor. One of the benefits
of using TekEzLink is the ability to change a video projector without having to modify the control system
program. It is possible for up to four separate controllers to be able to simultaneous connect to a TEK 2
using the TekEzLink.
This is all made possible by using Macros for control commands and a unique mapping of feedback data
from the loaded drivers. Macro commands are configured using TekWizard and in the TekManager
properties window. The feedback commands are only configured in TekWizard from the TekEzLink button
on the Device page.
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By default TekEzLink and the serial control driver is
loaded into the TEK 2. If you cannot get TekEzLink to
work, you can load the Network Control driver into the
second serial port located in Control Systems. Then go
to the Finish page and select Advanced and Secondary
Driver and press Save. This only loads the driver.
To create the TekEzLink feedback
elements, just drag the item you want to
monitor from the Commands to the
Feedback list. Each feedback element is
assigned a number enumerated 1 through
n. Use the Up, Down and Delete
operation buttons to modify the list. You
can use the Report button on the Finish
page to display a list of these commands
you can use in your program.
If you need to change the projector driver, you must make certain the Macros and the TekEzLink
feedbacks match. For the feedback list you need to print out the old list as a reference. Then locate the
command you want to replace and drag it into the Feedback list. Move this new command below the old
command and then delete the old command. Do the same to all other commands you need to replace.
After you have completed all of the commands you can print the list and compare it with the old list. All
enumeration values must match there feedback commands.
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Communication Protocol
Open a TCP/IP connection using port 5075 in raw data format. All data is in ASCII format. The TEK 2
transmit data is terminated by a carriage return and line feed (\x0D\x0A). The control system data is
terminated by a carriage return.
Once a connection is made, the control software responds by sending ‘TEKVOX’ space Name[CR]. The
name can be the room name or control system name. This name is displayed in TekManager when the
connection is active.
The TEK 2 then responds with the following:
 A list of the Macro names starting with ‘MACROS: ‘ + [CR][LF]
 A list of feedback command names starting with ‘FEEDBACK:’ + [CR][LF] and their enumerated
values, or index value.
 A list of the current feedback values starting with ‘STATUS:’ + [CR][LF] and their index value ‘,’
value.
 The last Status value ends with [CR][LF][CR][LF][LF].
 Any change in these feedback commands are then sent by the TEK 2 in the below format.
 [index value’,’ feedback value, [CR][LF]
Example:
TEKVOX Name
MACROS:
1,Enable Security
2,Disable Security
3,Dev. Theft
4,Motion On (Open)
5,Motion Off (Closed)
6,System Off
7,Start
8,Proj Pwr
9,Source
10,Pwr. LED Off
11,Pwr. LED On
FEEDBACK:
1,Host/System Power/Off
2,Host/System Power/On
3,Host/System Off Seconds
5,TekVox Phantom Projector/Power/Off
6,TekVox Phantom Projector/Power/On
11,Motion/Status/Open
STATUS:
01,0
02,1
03,180
04,0
05,1
06,0
07,0
08,0
09,0
10,0
11,0
[CR][LF][LF]
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Commands
To help create the Macros and Status commands for the control system a report can be
generated on the Finish page in TekWizard.
Macros
Most commands can be handled by a Macro defined in the TEK 2. To send a Macro command
use the following:
MACRO,# # = 1-30 Example Macro 1 “MACRO,1”\x0D
Email
EMAIL,# # = 1-5 Normal, 6-10 High Priority and 11-15 Security
Error
ERROR,#,String # = 1-5
Status
Status commands allow for the usage monitoring of selected devices defined in the TEK 2. To
send a Status command use the following:
DSCMD, Index, Value. Example: Status value 1 on index 0 “DSCMD,0,1”\x0D
MACRO,# # = 1-30 Example Macro 1 “MACRO,1”\x0D
LOCATION - Returns “LOC,” and the Location name
BUILDING - Returns “BUI,” and the Building name
GROUP
- Returns “GRO,” and the Group name
ROOM
- Returns “ROM,” and the Room name
TIME
- Returns “TIM,” and Time/Data (Hrs),(Min),(Sec),(Month),(Day),(Yr),(WeekDay)
Byte Command
The Byte command is a hardware command that requires a port number, Index and value.
DBCMD, Port, Index, Value
Integer
Integer commands are used to directly set a TEK 2. To send an Integer command use the
following:
DICMD, Port, Value. Example: Set Volume Left to 50 on Display 2 - “DICMD,3,4”\x0D
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Port values
Port
0
2
3
28
29
30
Name
System
TekSecurity COM
COM 2
TekSecurity DO-1
DO-2
DO-3
Description
System Power
Off
On
System Off Timer
Stop
Run
Device 1 Power
Off
On
Device 1 Mute
Off
On
Device 1 Vol Level
Level
Device 2 Power
Off
On
Device 2 Mute
Off
On
Device 2 Vol Level
Level
Digital Output 2 = 29, 3 = 30
Off
On
Pulse On
Command
DBCMD,0,0,0
DBCMD,0,0,1
DBCMD,0,1,0
DBCMD,0,1,1
DBCMD,2,0,1
DBCMD,2,0,2
DBCMD,2,2,0
DBCMD,2,2,1
DICMD,2,4,Level
DBCMD,3,0,1
DBCMD,3,0,2
DBCMD,3,2,0
DBCMD,3,2,1
DICMD,3,4,Level
DBCMD,29,0,0
DBCMD,29,0,1
DBCMD,29,0,4
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Specifications
Ethernet control interface
Connectors ........................................................... 1 - RJ-45 male connector
Data rate............................................................... 10/100Base-T, half/full duplex with auto sensing
Protocols .............................................................. DHCP, ICMP (ping), TCP/IP, UDP, Telnet, SMTP
Default settings .................................................... Link speed and duplex level are set to auto sensing.
IP address is set to DHCP.
TekSecurity Interface
COM ..................................................................... One - RS-232 serial (TX and RX only)
Default settings
9600, 8-bit, 1 stop bit, no parity
Security Input ...................................................... One - ESD protected inputs with internal 10K pull-up
resistors, Logic High 2V, Logic Low 0.8V
LED (DO-1) .......................................................... One- open collector Darlington with 300 ma @ 24V
Serial Control interface
COM ..................................................................... One - RS-232 serial (TX and RX only)
Default settings
9600, 8-bit, 1 stop bit, no parity
Outputs
Inputs (DO-3 DO-4) .............................................. Four - ESD protected inputs with internal 10K pull-up
resistors, Logic High 2V, Logic Low 0.8V
Pull-Up (PU 3-4) ................................................... Two - 2.7K 1/4 watt resistors connected to 24V (9 mA)
OCC Connection
LED (DO-2) .......................................................... One- open collector Darlington with 300 ma @ 24V
Digital (DO 2) ....................................................... One - open collector Darlingtons with 300 ma @ 24V
Pull-Up ................................................................. Programmable
General
Power ................................................................... 100-240VAC, 47/63 Hz, 0.5A, 15 watts (Optional)
DC Power ............................................................. 24 VDC 0.05 Amp
POE ...................................................................... 44 VDC, 350ma, PoE, PoE+
Temperature/humidity .......................................... Storage -40° to +158°F (-40° to +70°C) /10% to 90%
Non-Condensing Operation ................................. +32° to +122°F (0° to +50°C) /10% to 90%,
Enclosure type ..................................................... Metal
Enclosure dimensions
1.0" H x 6.9" W x 3.0" L
2.52 cm H x 17.50 cm W x 7.59 cm L
(Depth excludes connectors.)
Product weight ..................................................... 0.36 lbs (0.16 kg)
Shipping weight .................................................... 1 lbs (1 kg)
Listings ................................................................. UL, CUL (Power Supply Only)
Compliances ........................................................ FCC Class B, Canadian ICES-003
MTBF.................................................................... 30,000 hours
Warranty ............................................................... 2 years parts and labor
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Architectural Specifications
The device shall provide the following:
 Two bi-directional RS-232 serial port
 Four logic level inputs
 Two logic outputs sourcing currents up to 300 ma @ 24V
 Metal chassis with mounting flanges
 24 volt DC operation with POE
 Industry standard Ethernet supporting DHCP, ICMP (ping), TCP/IP, UDP, Telnet, SMTP
 Programmable E-mail errors and usage notifications
 Internal Real-Time clock
 Internal timers for Lamp, Maintenance, Monthly Usage, Total Usage and Time Until System Off
 Programmable Macros with conditional operators
 DHCP configuration with Auto-Discovery
 Interface for room occupancy sensor
 Project data collection into a SQL database
 TekEzLink control system protocol.
The device configuration shall be user programmable under the Windows® XP, Vista and Windows 7
operating systems. The configuration software shall provide complete setup, control and monitoring of an
apparatus.
An easy to use wizard shall provide quick setup of the device. The wizard shall provide for the ability to
load a device directly, save a configuration to a phantom device, and save a configuration to a template.
There shall be two types of configuration templates; Host and Device. The Host template shall contain
general information about a device. The Device template shall contain control information about the
monitored apparatus. Configuration templates shall be stored and recalled as required.
The configuration software shall provide for the creation of a Project from configured or phantom devices.
The contents of the Project shall be displayed in a tree like structure with the following items: Location,
Building, Group, Room and Device Name
The device shall be configured for either DHCP or Static IP addresses. The configuration software shall
provide an Auto-Discovery method which automatically locates said devices by a pass-code. Once a
device is located, the configuration software shall provide a Holding Area to display found devices by their
serial number. Devices within a Holding Area shall allow for a Drag-And-Drop method into a Project Area.
A Project shall provide a Grid View display of the devices. The Grid View shall display columns of
selected data using a format of both color and text.
The Project shall be saved and recalled as required.
Selected monitored items in the Project shall be time-stamped into a SQL database for retrieving usage,
status and asset information.
An interface for a room occupancy sensor shall be provided to automatically turn off a display device,
control lighting and provide remote status.
The device shall have certified compliance with FCC Part 15 for a Class B digital device, Canadian ICES003 and CE. The device shall be power using POE or POE+.
The unit shall be a TEKVOX TEK 2 TekMonitor.
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