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 Zigen HDBaseT Receiver (330 ft.),
POE, 4K UHD Scaler, 20W per
channel Amplifier, Ethernet ports,
Relays, IR and RS-232
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Table of Contents
Copyright and Trademark
Package Contents
Panel Description – Right Side
Panel Description – Left Side
Captive Screw Connections
Connection and Installation
Initial Connections
Remote Control
WebOS Interface
RS-232 Commands
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Before You Begin
Follow all instructions marked on the device during using.
Do not attempt to maintain the device by yourself, any faults, please contact your
§ Provide proper ventilation and air circulation and do not use near water.
§ It is better to keep it in a dry environment.
§The system should be installed indoor only.
§ Only use the power cord supplied with the device.
§ Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners to clean the device.
§ Always unplug the power to the device before cleaning.
§Unplug the power cord during lightning or after a prolonged period of
non-use to avoid damage to the equipment.
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HDBaseT 328’/100M Receiver (RX) perfect for classrooms, boardrooms, huddle
rooms and more – POE, 4K UHD and 4K UHD scaler, built-in amplifier that strips
from HDMI, 2 Ethernet ports, 2 relays, WebOS. Also includes IR and RS232.
Package Contents
1 x 24V/2.5A DC Power Supply
IEC USA AC Cord 3’
5 x Male Captive Screw Connectors (2 pin: power, 3 pin: Relays x 2 (NCG-NO), 4 pin: speakers, 5 pin: IR)
Remote Control
1 x User Manual
WebOS Control
2 Ethernet LAN ports
Built-in Class-D Amp 20 watts per channel stereo
Built-in 4K UHD Scaler
Supports HDMI 1.2, 1.3 and 1.4 with 48-bit deep color
Supports digital video formats up to 4K UHD (2160P60 @4:2:0 pixel
Supports uncompressed PCM 2- Ch., 5.1, 7.1, Dolby Digital, DTS, Dolby
TrueHD, DTS HD-Master Audio and more.
Bi-directional IR 3V to 12V
Bi-directional RS-232
2 Relays for Contact Closure
RS-232 Command Set for 3rd Party control
4 ZIG-­‐POE-­‐RXAV USER MANUAL Specifications
HDBaseT – RJ-45
HDMI x 1
L/R Audio (stereo) – via 4 pin female locking connector (Phoenix), 20W per
channel Class D
IR in/out – 3.5mm stereo
IR in/out – female locking connector (Phoenix)
Power – female 2-pin locking connector - 24V (internal step up transformer to get
48V IEEE POE source)
2 Ethernet 10/100 BaseT – RJ-45
2 Relay/Contact Closures – 2-pin locking connectors (Phoenix)
Distance between TX and RX
Full HDBaseT - 328’ or 100M @ 2160P60 4:2:0 8-bit
Copy Protection Compliance
HDCP – Yes – 1.4 (includes functionality to overcome the problem when displays
don’t implement clock stretching)
Video Bandwidth
10.2 Gbps
Video Timings
480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 1920x1200, 2K and 4K. 4K/2K, 30Hz 24bpp.
4K/2K, 60Hz, 24bpp with 4:2:0 pixel format
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Stereo, 20W per channel RMS, Class D Amplifier
4K UHD Scaler
Scales 1080P24/30 (generally a movie) incoming signal up to 2160P24/30
Wall Mountable
Power Consumption
Depends on POE requirements. Without POE ~ 5W. With POE > 5W up to
around 13W -> ~18W
5.9 x 2.9 x .95 inches
150 x 74 x 24 millimeters
.67 pounds
303 grams
Works With
Any properly implemented HDBaseT transmitter. Works especially well with
Zigen ZIG-PS-61 presentation switch and ZIG-POEWP-100 wall plate
6 ZIG-­‐POE-­‐RXAV USER MANUAL Right Side Panel. See items 1-6 on
next few pages
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Panel Description
Right Side Panel
1. Speaker connection – 4 pin female locking connector. Connect directly to
speaker wires and then to speakers. Output is 20 watts per channel –
plenty or sound for classroom, bedroom, conference room or huddle room.
2. Dip Switch –
Dip Switch Settings:
Default/Factory – All Up or OFF
Up = Off
Down = On
OFF: EDID default mode (use EDID from connected TV)
ON: Custom EDID - not implemented yet. Once implemented will override
switches 2 and 3.
DIP2: Force 3D Off
OFF: EDID copied from HDMI output
ON: EDID copied but force output to NO 3D
DIP3: Force 2 Channel Audio
OFF: EDID copied normal with multichannel audio
ON: EDID forced 2 channel stereo
DIP4: Audio Routing
OFF: Speaker output (amp turned on)
ON: HDMI output to TV (amp turned off)
3. HDMI Output – Connect HDMI cable here for output to the display or
4. RS-232 – Connect to standard 9 pin serial port and on to your projector,
TV, 3rd party controller, etc for RS-232 device control
8 ZIG-­‐POE-­‐RXAV USER MANUAL 5. IR Receiver – built in IR receiver sensor – if possible place in line of site to
remote control. You can also use 3.5mm or locking connections for IR
6. Status Indicator Lights:
a. Power – Solid green – indicated power is present
b. Mode – Should be flashing green – data is flowing
c. Link – Should be solid when TX and RX are connected
d. HDCP – Solid Green – when HDCP is detected/present
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Left Side Panel. See items 1-6 on
next few pages
10 ZIG-­‐POE-­‐RXAV USER MANUAL Left Side Panel
1. 2 LAN Connections/Full Duplex Ethernet ports. 10/100 BaseT. Use for
programming the ZIG-POE-RXAV and ZIG-POEWP-100 or for 3rd party
controller, or connection to your ISP or router.
2. IR connection terminal – 5-pin locking (Phoenix style) connector.
a. IR OUT +
b. IR OUT –
c. Ground
d. + 12V
e. IR IN 3-12V
3. IR connection via 3.5mm
a. IR OUT – Use mono plug tip & ring (P+ and P-)
b. IR IN – Use stereo plug tip, ring & sleeve (Signal, 5V & Ground)
Note: Includes dual voltage IR that installers can use to power up any 3rd party
IR receiver such as Xantec, KX|AV or Niles. Traditional extenders support 5V OR
12V IR signals. Zigen extenders support from 3V up to 12v. This is a great
feature when using it with 3rd party controllers that output different voltages (ex.
Control4 uses 3V).
Connect IR inputs to receive remote control signals for routing back to the
transmitter via HDBaseT and the on to the source device you want to control.
Connect IR outputs to your display or projector to control is from a source on
4. HDBaseT Input – plug HDBaseT (RJ45) input signal from HDBaseT
transmitter. Maximum cable length is 100 meters (328’)
5. Relays – 2 3-pin phoenix style connectors (captive screw) – NC (normally
closed), G (ground) and NO (normally open. Use to insert in circuit of
device you want to trigger – examples include masking screens, screen
control, lighting features, etc.
6. Power connector – 2-pin phoenix style (captive screw) – connect to
24VDC power block supplied with the unit.
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Captive Screw Connectors – pin outs are also located on
the top of the unit
2-pin connector – for power
Power – connect black wire to negative terminal (-)
Power – connect white wire to positive terminal (+)
3-pin connector – for relays
Relays – there are settings for both NO and NC for each relay – control
via WebOS or 3rd party controller.
12 ZIG-­‐POE-­‐RXAV USER MANUAL 4-pin connector – for connecting to speakers
Right Speaker +
Right Speaker –
Left Speaker +
Right Speaker –
14 gauge and higher speaker wire
pin outs are labeled on unit.
5-Pin connector – for IR connecting block
+ 12V
IR IN 3-12V
Note: connections also labeled on top of unit. Consult you IR device
manufacturer for proper connections.
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14 ZIG-­‐POE-­‐RXAV USER MANUAL General – In the example above we are showing using an HDBaseT transmitter
(ZIG-POEWP-100) connected to the HDBaseT receiver (ZIG-POE-RXAV) – as
mentioned previously you also get an amplified audio output for direct connection
to speakers, LAN ports for almost anything you choose and for controlling/setting
up the devices, relays, a 4K scaler and IR and RS232 control and functionality.
1. Connect sources to POEWP – HDMI and VGA w/Audio
2. Connect RXAV to Display via HDMI
3. Connect Ethernet cable between HDBaseT transmitter (ZIG-POEWP-100)
and RXAV (HDBaseT) Ports – this will also provide power on the ZIGPOEWP-100
4. Connect LAN switch/router to LAN 1 port – this is the switch or router that
issues IP address (DHCP server)
5. Connect your PC or MAC to the same switch/router. The DHCP server will
issue IP addresses to both devices separately.
6. Turn on the Source, TV and RXAV
7. Locate the serial number sticker on each RXAV and make note of it. The
web address for the given unit is http://rxav-xxxx/ where the xxxx are the
last 4 digits of the serial number. Ex. If the serial number is
154320000015, then the web address is http://rxav-0015/. This is
necessary to distinguish multiple units from colliding in the network before
their names are changed by the customer. The ZIG-POEWP-100 operates
similarly...i.e. http://poewp-xxxx/.
8. You can also locate the devices with Bonjour. If you do need to connect
directly from a PC or Mac to the LAN 1 or 2 port in the RXAV without a
router (LAN) you can expect up to 5 minutes for the address to be
9. Once connected the user interfaces will be available for you to evaluate,
change, enter commands, etc.
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ZIG-RXAV-POE Remote Control
Perfect for classrooms when connected to the ZIG-POEWP-100 use the remote
to change between HDMI and VGA sources.
Trigger devices connected to relays
Mute the audio
Power down the RXAV
Control the Volume
16 ZIG-­‐POE-­‐RXAV USER MANUAL WebOS Interface Page
Device Name/Notes
/ Info
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Local HDBaseT (RXAV in this case)
Link – Green when there is an HDBaseT connection
HDMI - Green when HDMI is present
Mode: Solid green when HDCP is present, flashing green when no HDCP
Cable Length of CAT cable being reported by HDBaseT chip – this is not
always 100% accurate, especially with shorter cables.
Remote HDBaseT (POEWP in this case)
Link – Green when there is an HDBaseT connection
HDMI - Green when HDMI is present
Mode: Solid green when HDCP is present, flashing green when no HDCP
Cable Length of CAT cable being reported by HDBaseT chip – this is not
always 100% accurate, especially with shorter cables.
Device Name & Notes
Device Name – default out of the box is ZIG-POE-RXAV.XXXX (last 4
digits of the serial number). You should change it if you are using more
than 1 device (Change Name below) to whatever you want – ex.
CR100RX – for conference room number 100 receiver.
Notes – free form field for entering installer notes.
Relay 1 – checking box changes the state of the relay. NC-G-NO
Relay 2 – checking box changes the state of the relay. NC-G-NO
Audio Mute – Mutes the audio from the built-in amplifier.
Volume Control – Control volume
Bass – Control the bass of the audio
Treble – Control the treble of the audio
RS232 Baud Rate – use to match the speed of your 3rd party control
Serial Number – serial number of RXAV
Firmware – Current firmware revision
Hardware – for internal use
IP Address – IP address of the unit assigned by your DHCP Server
Hostname – this is what you want to call the unit – syntax example
CR100RX_k123. This is also the name you type into your browser to
access the WebOS.
Erase Storage – will erase user entered date like installer notes.
Choose File/Upload Firmware – when necessary, this is where you select
a new firmware file and upload firmware.
Reset POEWP – will reset the ZIG-POEWP-100 remotely.
Install Update – when necessary is for installing new software updates to
the unit.
RS-232 Commands
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Command Structure:
ZIG-POE-RXAV RS232 commands
<@hostname> <sp> <command> <sp> <parameter> <end of command>
<@hostname > indicates the specific target RXAV device, preceded by @ <sp>
whitespace, space or tab <command> defines the current operation <parameter>
is the variable or the value passed to the device
<end of command> newline char \n, ASCII 0xA [hex]
Response Structure:
<@hostname> <sp> <parameter> <sp>... <parameter> <sp> <end of
<@hostname> = indicates the device initiating the response <sp> = space, ASCII
0x20 <parameter> = command-specific number of parameters, each followed by
a space 0x20 [hex] <end of response> = newline char \n, ASCII 0xA [hex]
RS232 Protocol Settings:
Baud Rate = 115200 Data Bits = 8 Parity = None Stop Bit = 1
Flow control = None
Set volume [range -136dB to +10dB, 1dB steps]
@rxav-01 vol -25
Set device ‘rxav-01’ volume to -25dB Response: @rxav-01 vol x
Increase volume
@rxav-01 volup
Increase device ‘rxav-01’ volume by 1dB Response: @rxav-01 vol x
Decrease volume
20 ZIG-­‐POE-­‐RXAV USER MANUAL @rxav-01 voldn
Decrease device ‘rxav-01’ volume by 1dB Response: @rxav-01 vol x
Bass level [range -10dB to +10dB in 2dB steps]
@rxav-01 bass 6
Set device ‘rxav-01’ bass level to +6dB Response: @rxav-01 bass x
Treble level [range -10dB to +10dB in 2dB steps]
@rxav-01 treb -2
Set device ‘rxav-01’ treb level to -2dB Response: @rxav-01 treb x
Mute on/off
@rxav-01 mute on
Set device ‘rxav-01’ mute on Response: @rxav-01 mute x
Relay 1 on/off
@rxav-01 rel1 on
Set device ‘rxav-01’ relay 1 to ON position Response: @rxav-01 rel1 x
Relay 2 on/off
@rxav-01 rel2 on
Set device ‘rxav-01’ relay 2 to ON position Response: @rxav-01 rel2 x
Get Device Status
@rxav-01 st
Get device ‘rxav-01’ status Response: @rxav-01 st power x, vol x, bass x, treb x,
mute x, relay1 x, relay2 x
Display Device Info
@rxav-01 man
Get device ‘rxav-01’ device information Response: @rxav-01 Zigen Corp, ZIGPOE-RXAV, fw1 ver xx, fw2 ver yy
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Power on/off
@rxav-01 pwr off
Set device ‘rxav-01’ power off Response: @rxav-01 pwr x
Warranty Information
22 ZIG-­‐POE-­‐RXAV USER MANUAL LIMITED WARRANTY – with the exceptions noted in the next paragraph, ZIGEN
warrants the original purchaser that the equipment it manufactures or sells will be
free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of three years from
the date of purchase. The proof of sale is required in order to claim warranty.
Should this product, in ZIGEN’s opinion, prove defective within this warranty
period, ZIGEN, at its option, will repair or replace this product without charge.
Customers outside of US are responsible for shipping charges to and from
ZIGEN. Any defective parts replaced become the property of ZIGEN. This
warranty does not apply to those products which have been damaged due to
accident, unauthorized alterations, improper repair, modifications, inadequate
maintenance and care, or use in any manner for which the product was not
originally intended for. Items integrated into ZIGEN products that are made by
other manufacturers, notably computer hard drives and liquid crystal display
panels, are limited to the term of the warranty offered by the respective
manufacturers. Such specific warranties are available upon request to ZIGEN.
ZIGEN makes no other representation of warranty as to fitness for the purpose or
merchantability or otherwise in respect of any of the products sold. The liability of
ZIGEN with respect to any defective products will be limited to the repair or
replacement of such products. In no event shall ZIGEN be responsible or liable
for any damage arising from the use of such defective products whether such
damages be direct, indirect, consequential or otherwise, and whether such
damages are incurred by the reseller, end-user or any third party. The
information in this manual has been carefully checked and is believed to be
accurate. However, ZIGEN assumes no responsibility for any inaccuracies that
may be contained in this manual, even if advised of the possibility of such
damages. The technical information contained herein regarding the features and
specifications is subject to change without notice.
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