Manual 21922392

Manual 21922392
TU2‐HDMI User’s Guide ABOUT THIS MANUAL This manual is designed for use with the USB to HDMI Adapter. Information in this document has been carefully checked for accuracy; however, no guarantee is given to the correctness of the contents. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. The manufacturer does not make any representations or warranties (implied or otherwise) regarding the accuracy and completeness of this document and shall in no event be liable for any loss of profit or any commercial damage, including but not limited to special, incidental, consequential, or other damage. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Always read the safety instructions carefully: Keep this User’s Manual for future reference Keep this equipment away from humidity If any of the following situation arises, get the equipment checked by a service technician: • The equipment has been exposed to moisture. • The equipment has been dropped and damaged. • The equipment has obviously signed of breakage. • The equipment has not been working well or you cannot get it to work according to the User’s Manual. COPYRIGHT This document contains proprietary information protected by copyright. All rights are reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced by any mechanical, electronic or other means, in any form, without prior written permission of the manufacturer. i
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1. Introduction ................................................................................................................ 1 Applications ....................................................................................................................... 2 Features ............................................................................................................................. 2 Package Contents .............................................................................................................. 3 System Requirements ....................................................................................................... 3 LED Status .......................................................................................................................... 3 2. Installation .................................................................................................................. 4 Hardware Connection ....................................................................................................... 4 Driver Installation .............................................................................................................. 5 On Windows® 7 ......................................................................................................................... 5 On Windows Vista® .......................................................................................................... 8 On Windows® XP ............................................................................................................ 11 3. Using the Adapter ..................................................................................................... 13 Display Properties ........................................................................................................... 13 Display Modes ................................................................................................................. 14 Extend Your Windows Desktop to Secondary TV/Monitor ............................................. 14 Video and DVD Playback in Extened Mode ................................................................ 16 Mirror Your Windows Desktop ....................................................................................... 17 Be the Primary Monitor .................................................................................................. 18 Adjusting Resolution and Refresh Rate ........................................................................... 19 Configure the components ............................................................................................. 20 Fit to TV Function ............................................................................................................ 23 Standby and Hibernate, Shut Down and Restart ............................................................ 26 Inferred Modes ................................................................................................................ 26 Disconnecting the Adapter ............................................................................................. 27 Using Dual Adapters ........................................................................................................ 27 Verifying the Driver Installation ...................................................................................... 29 Uninstall the Adapter and Driver .................................................................................... 30 4. Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................ 31 5. Specifications ............................................................................................................ 33 6. Regulatory Compliance ............................................................................................. 35 FCC Conditions ................................................................................................................ 35 CE ..................................................................................................................................... 35 WEEE Information ........................................................................................................... 35 ii
1. Introduction This USB to HDMI Adapter enables you to connect one more monitor, LCD or projector to a computer with a USB 2.0 port. For desktop users adding an extra monitor via USB connection is easier than ever without having to open the computer chassis to install an internal video card. Once the installation is done, the USB‐attached monitor soon wakes up. No function key hassle to swap a second monitor. With this handy adapter, you can enjoy many benefits brought by an add‐on monitor. The most obvious one is that you get more desktop area to have more applications visible at one time. For example, you may work on one monitor while your family watching video on the other. No more stacking windows within the confines of a single display. Or you may span an application, e.g. spreadsheets, across two sides of displays. What’s more, the adapter is hot pluggable. If your system performance is an important issue when using multiple monitors. Another benefit of this adapter is that it uses little computer resource; ensuring users get quality display without comprising computer performance. 1
TU2‐HDMI User’s Guide Applications Office workstation View your large spreadsheets across two screens with display continuity Multitask more effectively without overlapping windows Edit on one screen while surfing the Internet information on the other On the road Do multiple screen presentations without bringing another computer Easily provide multiple screen exhibitions in a trade show Graphics workstation Use second display for palettes/tools Get a panoramic view of large documents Editing workstation Type documents on one screen while viewing reference material on the other Compare two documents simultaneously across two screens Financial analysis Have one monitor per data stream View charts and live data at the same time Entertainment View videos/TV on one screen and reviews on the other Get additional perspectives when playing games Features Add‐on monitor, LCD or projector through a single USB 2.0 port Hot‐plug; add or remove monitor without system reboot Small in size, works with all HDMI displays Supports High Resolution up to 1920 x 1080 Extend and Mirror mode support Resumes from hibernation and suspend modes Supports up to 6 USB display adapter to work simultaneously 2
Package Contents Before installation, please check the items in the package. The package should contain the following items: TU2‐HDMI Multi‐Language Quick Installation Guide CD‐ROM (Utility/Driver and User’s Manual) USB Cable System Requirements The minimum requirements for the PC are: System Requirement (For Office use) Windows XP Processor: 1.6GHz Ato mor Celeron RAM: 512MB Windows 7 / Vista Processor: 1.4GHz Core2Duo or better RAM: 1GB System Requirement (For Video streaming and playback) Windows XP Processor: 1.8GHz Core2Duo or better RAM: 1GB Windows 7 / Vista Processor: 2.4GHz Core2Duo or better RAM: 2GB Video Card: Intel® GMA X5400, ATI Radeon™ HD3xxxx, NVidia® GeForce® 9‐series or better LED Status LED Color Description Link Green On for power on. Off for power off. 3
TU2‐HDMI User’s Guide 2. Installation Hardware Connection Power Button
Power LED
HDMI Connector
DC Power Jack
Mini USB Connector
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Driver Installation On Windows® 7 Caution: DO NOT connect the USB to HDMI Adapter to your computer before you install the provided driver. Follow the procedures below to install the driver and then connect the adapter: 1. Insert the provided CD into your disc drive and installer program will run automatically. Please click on Run Autorun.exe to execute the install program. Note: If the installer program doesn’t run automatically, please locate and double‐click on the Autorun.exe file in the CD‐ROM folder to launch the setup program. If you encounter a User Account Control dialog box when attempting to install a program, enter an administrator password or click Yes to start the installation. 5
TU2‐HDMI User’s Guide 2. When you see the License Agreement screen prompted as below, please click on I Accept to install the software for USB display adapter... 3. Please wait while Windows configures DisplayLink Core Software. Your screens may temporarily go black or flash during this process. 4. When finished, the installation screen will disappear and you will return to your desktop. 5. Connect the USB to HDMI Adapter to your computer and monitor. 6
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When you press the power button on device, the following window will appear. Please wait while DisplayLink software is configured for first use. Your screens may temporarily go black or flash during this process. Please click “OK” to start to use USB to HDMI Adapter. 7. You can change the appearance of your displays through the Window. 8. To control the behavior of an attached DisplayLink device (or screen), it is possible to use Windows Key+P to display a menu (and cycle through it) to allow: Disconnect Projector, Duplicate, Extend, Projector Only. *Actual strings depend on your operation system. These screen shots are from Windows® 7 and might vary slightly for each operation system. 7
TU2‐HDMI User’s Guide On Windows Vista® Caution: DO NOT connect the USB to HDMI Adapter to your computer before you install the provided driver. Follow the procedures below to install the driver and then connect the adapter: 1.
Insert the provided CD into your disc drive and install program will run automatically. Please click on Run Autorun.exe to execute the install program. Note: If the installer program doesn’t run automatically, please locate and double‐click on the Autorun.exe file in the CD‐ROM folder to launch the setup program. If you encounter a User Account Control dialog box when attempting to install a program, enter an administrator password or click Allow to start the installation. 2.
When you see the License Agreement screen prompted as below, please click on I Accept to install the software for USB display adapter. 8
3.
Please wait while Windows configures DisplayLink Core Software. Your screen may temporarily go black or flash during this process. 4.
When finished, the installation screen will disappear and you will return to your desktop. 5. Connect the USB to HDMI Adapter to your computer and monitor. 6.
When you press the power button on device, the following window will appear. 9
TU2‐HDMI User’s Guide Please wait while DisplayLink software is configured for first use. Your screens may temporarily go black or flash during this process. Please click “OK” to start to use USB to HDMI Adapter. Notice: If prompting to restart your computer, click Yes to restart or No to manually restart later. 7.
You will see the DisplayLink Manager Icon in system tray that looks like a monitor as below. Click on the icon to bring up the menu. -Extend Mode: The screen is part of the extended
desktop.
-Mirror Mode: The screen copies the contents of
the primary screen.
-Off Mode: The screen is black.
-Set as Main Monitor: The screen is the primary
screen.
*Actual strings depend on your operation system. These screen shots are from Windows Vista® and might vary slightly for each operation system. 10
On Windows® XP Caution: DO NOT connect the USB to HDMI Adapter to your computer before you install the provided driver. Follow the procedures below to install the driver and then connect the adapter: 1. Insert the provided CD into your disc drive. You may see the License agreement screen prompted as below. Please click on I Accept to start the Driver installation. Note: If the installer program doesn’t run automatically, please locate and double‐click on the Autorun.exe file in the CD to launch the install program. 11
TU2‐HDMI User’s Guide 2.
Please wait while Windows configures DisplayLink Core Software. Your screens may temporarily go black or flash during this process. *Actual strings depend on your operation system. These screen shots are from Windows® XP and might vary slightly for each operation system. 3.
4.
You must restart your computer before the new setting will take effect. When finished, the installation screen will disappear and you will return to your desktop. 5.
Connect the USB to HDMI Adapter to your computer and monitor. 6.
Press the Power button on device, you will see the DisplayLink Manager Icon in system tray that looks like a monitor as below. Click on the icon to bring up the menu. - Extend Mode: The screen is part of the extended
desktop.
- Mirror Mode: The screen copies the contents of
the primary screen.
- Off Mode: The screen is black.
- Set as Main Monitor: The screen is the primary
screen.
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3. Using the Adapter Display Properties Display Properties allows you to configuration the display mode, screen resolution, and physical arrangement of your monitors. Software Setup Click on the DisplayLink Device icon and select Advanced to configuration Display Properties as above or manually setting as below description. On Windows® 7, the DisplayLink Device icon will be hidden. Please click the arrow sign and right click the DisplayLink Device icon to select Advanced Configuration. Manual Setup Position the mouse anywhere on your computer desktop, right‐click and select Screen Resolution on Windows® 7, Personalize > Display Settings on Vista® or Properties > Settings on Windows® XP. 13
TU2‐HDMI User’s Guide Display Modes There are several ways you can utilize the monitor attached to the adapter. The secondary monitor can be configured to use either “mirror mode”, “extended mode” or be the primary display as described in this section. Extend Your Windows Desktop to Secondary TV/Monitor In this so‐called “extended mode”, this model is used by default. Your display will be spread over the secondary monitor(s). This mode allows you to perform multiple tasks more effectively without overlapping windows. Software Setup Click on the DisplayLink Device icon and select Exchange or Extend to Right; Left; Above; Below to configuration the setting as above, or manually setting as below description. Notice: The full DisplayLink User Interface as above is not supported on Windows® 7. Displays Configuration on Windows® 7 should be carried out using the improved Windows Display Properties dialog box (figure1), and using the Windows‐P key combination (figure2). Orientation and Multiple display support depends on the video card. 14
Figure 1
Figure 1
Figure 2
Manual Setup Extended mode is the default setting. To set up the adapter to use or restore extended mode, follow these steps: 1. Position the mouse anywhere on your computer desktop, right‐click and select Screen Resolution on Windows® 7, Personalize > Display Settings on Windows Vista® or Properties > Settings on Windows® XP. 2. In the Display drop‐down menu, select the option with the string “DisplayLink Graphics Adapter”. 3. Check the Multiple Displays> Extend these displays on Windows® 7, Extend the desktop onto this monitor box on Windows Vista® or Extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor box on Windows® XP. 4. Drag the icons in the window at the top of the screen to match the physical arrangement of your primary monitor and secondary monitor. The secondary monitor connected to the adapter may be identified as either "2" or “3”, 15
TU2‐HDMI User’s Guide depending on your computer, although there may not be a total of 3 screens connected. c.
a.
b.
5. Click OK to close the settings screen. Once the setting is done, to use your extended desktop, simply drag and drop your open windows over to your second monitor. However, note that some applications may not support display on the extended desktop. Cursor disappeared ? If you’re in extneded mode but the secondary monitor is not connected, the desktop still pans to the secondary monitor and it’s possible that your cursor has moved to the extended desktop so that you cannot find it on the primary display. To solve the problem in such a case, connect the secondary monitor to the adapter or keep moving your mouse to try or unplug the adapter first to restore the cursor. Video and DVD Playback in Extened Mode On Windows Vista with extended mode, it’s suggested that you run video or DVD playback programs on your primary monitor instead of the secondary monitor to ensure the playback performance. 16
Mirror Your Windows Desktop This mode is referred to as “mirror” or “clone” mode. In this mode, the monitor attached to the USB to HDMI Adapter duplicates what is on the primary display. Software Setup Click on the DisplayLink Device icon and select Mirror to configuration the setting as above. On Windows® 7, the DisplayLink Device icon will be hided. Please click the arrow sign and right click the DisplayLink Device icon to select Advanced. Or Position the mouse anywhere on your computer desktop, right‐click and select Screen Resolution. It is possible to use Windows Key+P to display a menu (and cycle through it) on Windows® 7 to allow: Disconnect Projector, Duplicate, Extend, Projector Only. 17
TU2‐HDMI User’s Guide Manual Setup In mirror mode, the adapter will automatically select the settings (screen resolution, color quality and refresh rate) for the secondary monitor. But you can manually adjust the settings as required. However, the settings of the secondary monitor are limited by that of the primary monitor. For example, even though your secondary monitor supports a resolution of up to 1920x1080, you can only configure it to use 1280x1024 due to the primary monitor only supports a resolution of up to 1280x1024. Be the Primary Monitor To make the secondary monitor the primary display: 1. Position the mouse anywhere on your computer desktop, right‐click and select Screen Resolution on Windows® 7, Personalize > Display Settings on Windows Vista® or Properties > Settings on Windows® XP. 2. In the Display drop‐down menu, select the option ends with DisplayLink Graphics Adapter. 3. Check the This is my main monitor box on Windows® 7/ Windows Vista® or Use this device as the primary monitor box on Windows® XP. On some PCs and laptops it is necessary to disable the main display (i.e. uncheck the Extend the desktop onto this monitor or Extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor box for the main display) as part of the same settings change. 4. Click OK to close the settings screen. The add‐on monitor stays primary if the PC enters hibernate or suspend mode or is rebooted. If the add‐on monitor is unplugged, the main display becomes primary again. 18
Adjusting Resolution and Refresh Rate There are three components that make up the screen mode: Resolution: In common usage, this refers to the number of pixels displayed on screen horizontally and vertically. Refresh rate: Measures the speed that the entire screen is rescanned. Higher frequencies reduce flicker. Some monitors advertise the supported modes through the video connector. If this is the case, the adapter identifies the supported modes from the monitor. If the monitor does not advertise the supported modes, the adapter software chooses a set of common screen modes for the monitor. The software supports the modes listed below. Color Depth Refresh rates Name available at 16 bit Refresh rates available color quality at 32 bit color quality VGA 60 72 75 85 60 72 75 85 SVGA 56 60 72 75 85 56 60 72 75 85 XGA 60 70 75 85 60 70 75 85 720p 60 60 WXGA+ 60 75 85 60 75 85 WXGA 60 60 SXGA 60 75 85 60 75 WXGA+ 60 60 SXGA+ 60 75 85 60 75 85 UXGA 60 60 WSXGA+ 60 60 1080p 60 60 Resolution 640x480 800x600 1024x768 1280x720 1280x768 1280x800 1280x1024 1366x768 1400x1050 1600x1200 1680x1050 1920x1080 *Note that interlaced modes and reduced blanking modes are not supported. 19
TU2‐HDMI User’s Guide About the resolutions and refresh rates available to users The resolutions and refresh rates available to the user through Windows are a comprise of the support from the following elements: ■ The USB display adapter ■ The primary monitor and the secondary monitor ■ The primary video card on your computer and installed drivers Therefore, for example, if your monitor doesn’t support a resolution of 1920x1080, then 1920x1080 is not possible even you are using a USB display adapter with 1920x1080 support. This ensures that the monitor cannot be put into an unsupported mode, which might damage it. If cloning the primary display, the video component will try to use the preferred monitor mode. In some cases, this may not be the most appropriate mode for the cloned desktop. It is recommended that the primary display resolution be changed to closer match the default resolution of the secondary monitor. Configure the components To configure the three components (resolution and refresh rate) of a screen mode, follow these steps: Software Setup Click on the DisplayLink Device icon and select Screen Rotation; Screen Resolution to configuration the setting as above, or manually setting as below description. Screen Rotation :There are
four kinds of screen rotation,
the Normal, Rotated Left,
Rotated Right and
Upside-Down.
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Screen Resolution:The
resolution will be depends on
your computer setting,
resolution support of monitor
and else….
Manual Setup 1. Position the mouse anywhere on your computer desktop, right‐click and select Screen Resolution on Windows® 7, Personalize > Display Settings on Windows Vista® or Properties > Settings on Windows® XP. 2. In the Display drop‐down menu, select the option ends with DisplayLink Graphics Adapter. 3. To change the screen resolution or select those options on the screen. Be sure to select one of the supported resolutions and color quality numbers in the table above. For a secondary monitor, you can also select any resolution or color quality supported by that monitor. 21
TU2‐HDMI User’s Guide 4. To change the refresh rate, click Advanced Settings and then click Monitor. 5. Select a refresh rate from the Screen refresh rate drop‐down list and then click Apply. 6. Click OK to close the settings screen. 22
Fit to TV Function ”Fit to TV” function is for HDMI TV connections. A new user interface option allows the correction of overscan on TVs when using a USB to HDMI adapter. The”Fit to TV” function allows a user to change the size of their Windows desktop to allow the entire desktop to be viewed. Setting 1. Click on the DisplayLink Device icon and select “Fit to TV” to enable this function. 2. To configure Fit to TV, the following interface appears 3. The red border shows the size of the new Windows desktop... 23
TU2‐HDMI User’s Guide 4. Use the "+" and "‐" controls on the Fit to TV GUI to change the size of the red border until it fits on the TV screen. Note: Finer configuration of the size of the border can be achieved by holding down the CTRL key and clicking the “+” and “‐”. Before: 24
5. Once the red border is at the edges of the TV screen, click "Apply" to resize the Windows desktop. After: Note: Fit to TV function only works in extend mode and does not support rotated modes. 25
TU2‐HDMI User’s Guide Standby and Hibernate, Shut Down and Restart When the adapter is connected to a computer and an external monitor, if the computer goes into standby or hibernate mode, the external monitor display goes blank. When the computer returns to an active state, the external monitor display keeps the same settings it had before the computer went into standby or hibernate mode. However, if the secondary monitor was set for extended mode, windows that were previously on the external monitor will not move back to that secondary monitor. Also, if the secondary monitor is in extended mode and the computer requires a login after standby or hibernate mode, the login screen appears on the primary computer monitor, not the external monitor. If the computer is shut down, restarted and logged in, again the secondary monitor returns to the same mode as it was before shutdown. Inferred Modes Some modes in the DisplayLink GUI are shown with [ ] around them. This occurs when connecting a monitor with a preferred mode higher than the maximum supported resolution of the DisplayLink device. In this case, the preferred resolution of the monitor cannot be supported. However we add lower resolutions of the same aspect ratio to be tried with the monitor. Modes in square brackets [ ] imply that these are modes not reported by the monitor, but have been made available by the DisplayLink software for you to try. 26
As these are inferred modes from the preferred mode of the monitor, they are not guaranteed to work with the display. Disconnecting the Adapter If the adapter is unplugged from the computer, the secondary monitor goes blank. All windows and icons move to the primary screen. On reconnection of the adapter, the adapter returns to the same mode as it was before disconnection. However, windows and icons that were previously on the screen will not be moved back. Using Dual Adapters Up to two adapters can be simultaneously attached to one computer. To use two adapters: 1. Install the driver as described in the “2. Installation” section and connect the first adapter to your computer. 2. Then connect the second adapter to your computer. The system will automatically complete the installation. While two adapters are connected to a computer, in most cases both adapters’ supports extended and mirror modes. The only exception is on Windows Vista XDDM mode as described below. Limitation for dual adapters on Windows Vista®/Windows® 7 in XDDM mode: In this mode one extended screen and one mirrored screen is supported. Only the first connected adapter can be configured to use extended mode; the second adapter is forced to use mirror mode. When you bring out the Windows display settings dialog box, you will find that only one …DisplayLink Graphics Adapter (representing your first attached adapter) is configurable. 27
TU2‐HDMI User’s Guide What is Vista XDDM mode? XDDM refers to Windows® XP Driver Mode. It is a video card driver mode used in some legacy computers that running the new generation Vista OS. It provides an interface similar to Windows® XP user Interface on Windows Vista® and one of its characteristics is that it doesn’t support Windows Aero interface. To see current display video driver mode, right‐click Computer on the desktop and select Device Manager. Then expand the Display adapters item. 28
Verifying the Driver Installation To verify your USB display adapter driver installation, please launch Device Manager by the steps below: Open the Control Panel and double‐click Uninstall a Program on Windows® 7, Programs and Features on Windows Vista®, and Add or Remove Programs on Windows® XP. A string similar to DisplayLink Core Software and DisplayLink Graphics should be displayed. If there is a question or exclamation mark next to that item, then the driver is not properly installed. Please delete the item, unplug the adapter and repeat the installation steps. 29
TU2‐HDMI User’s Guide Uninstall the Adapter and Driver If for any reason you want to uninstall the video adapter and its driver, please take these steps: 1. Open the Control Panel and double‐click Uninstall a Program on Windows® 7, Programs and Features on Windows Vista®, and Add or Remove Programs on Windows® XP. 2. Select DisplayLink Graphics or DispalyLink Core Software and click Uninstall or Remove. 3. Click Yes to confirm the removal. During the removal process a couple of DOS windows will pop up. 4. Click Yes to restart your computer and then unplug the adapter now. 30
4. Troubleshooting Q1: The display on the secondary monitor is blank. A: If the monitor power LED is green (in most cases), wait a moment for the monitor to show the video as sometimes it takes time for the secondary monitor to show the video. You can also reboot your system to try again. Also make sure the computer is not in standby or hibernation mode, which will lead the secondary monitor to be blank. If the monitor power LED is red (in most cases), check if the connection is properly made. If problem still exists, uninstall the driver, unplug the adapter and reinstall the driver to try again. Q2: The secondary monitor is flickering. A: This is usually caused by a low refresh rate. To solve this problem: •
In mirror mode, increase the refresh rate of the main monitor. This will in turn increase the refresh rate of the secondary monitor. •
In extended mode, increase the refresh rate of the secondary monitor. Q3: When I play MPEG file by Windows Media Player on the extended monitor, how come the display becomes abnormal when I switch it to full screen mode? A: If your system is Windows® XP SP1, we suggest you upgrade it to SP2 to solve this problem. Q4: When playing the video in full screen mode, the motion is not smooth. A: Try the following tips to improve the smoothness of the movie playback: •
Reduce the resolution of the display to 640x480 or 800x600. •
Use the adapter in extended mode. 31
TU2‐HDMI User’s Guide •
Terminate any other CPU intensive applications running on the computer. If you still have issues playing media content on the adapter, try the following steps: •
As some media players require DirectX hardware support to correctly operate, try a different media player which requires less DirectX support. •
Drag the media player to the secondary screen and close the player. Restart the player and it should open on the secondary monitor. Now try playing the media file again. •
Try reducing the hardware acceleration level of the primary display (NOT the secondary monitor) to levels 1,2 or 3 and restarting the media player. The hardware acceleration can be found by right‐clicking on your desktop and click Properties > Settings > Advanced > Troubleshoot. Some players use this setting even when playing on a different display. •
The video playback may be unusual when the secondary monitor is mirroring the primary display and there is another extended screen connected to the computer. The extended screen must be disabled before the content will be correctly cloned to the secondary monitor. Q5: In extended mode, the secondary monitor appears to have a black border around the desktop. A: This happens when the resolution used by the secondary monitor is larger than the resolution used by the primary monitor. To solve this problem, configure the secondary monitor to use the same resolution as the primary monitor. 32
5. Specifications Host Interface USB 2.0 Video Interface HDMI Connectors Video output: HDMI 19 pin Female Connector Host upstream link: USB Mini‐B Type Female Connector Connectivity Up to 6 adapters on a computer Power Mode Bus‐powered Power Consumption 350mA Power Power Button: To turn on or off power Power LED: To show Power Status Operation System Support Windows® XP Home or Professional (Including Table edition) SP2 or SP3, Windows Vista® SP1 or SP2 (32‐bit or 64‐bit) and Windows® 7 (32‐bit or 64‐bit). Supported Modes Extended Desktop (Default), Mirrored Desktop, Primary Display 33
TU2‐HDMI User’s Guide Resolutions, Refresh rate and color depth Color Depth Name Resolution Refresh rates Refresh rates at 16 bit color quality at 32 bit color quality 640x480
VGA 60 72 75 85 60 72 75 85 800x600
SVGA 56 60 72 75 85 56 60 72 75 85 1024x768
XGA 60 70 75 85 60 70 75 85 1280x720
720p 60 60 1280x768
WXGA+ 60 75 85 60 75 85 1280x800
WXGA 60 60 1280x1024
SXGA 60 75 85 60 75 1366x768
WXGA+ 60 60 1400x1050
SXGA+ 60 75 85 60 75 85 1600x1200
UXGA 60 60 WSXGA+ 60 60 1680x1050
1920x1080
1080p 60 60 *Note that interlaced modes and reduced blanking modes are not supported. Dimensions USB Cable Temperature 97 x 80 x 18.5 mm (3.8 x 3.1 x 0.7 in.) z
Separated from the body z
Type: USB A ‐Type Male to 5pin Mini USB B‐Type Male z
Length: 1M Operating: 0° ~ 40° C (32° ~ 104° F) Storage: ‐10° ~ 80° C (14° ~ 176° F) Humidity 90% max. (non‐condensing) * Specifications are subject to change without notice. 34
6. Regulatory Compliance
FCC Conditions
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference
(2) This device must accept any interference received. Including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
Important! Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Use an approved phone set.
CE
This equipment is in compliance with the requirements of the following regulations:
EN 55 022: CLASS B
WEEE Information
For EU (European Union) member users:
According to the WEEE (Waste electrical and electronic equipment) Directive, do not
dispose of this product as household waste or commercial waste. Waste electrical and
electronic equipment should be appropriately collected and recycled as required by
practices established for your country. For information on recycling of this product,
please contact your local authorities, your household waste disposal service or the shop
where you purchased the product.
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TU2‐HDMI User’s Guide Limited Warranty TRENDnet warrants its products against defects in material and workmanship, under normal use and service, for the following lengths of time from the date of purchase. TU2‐HDMI – 2 Years Warranty AC/DC Power Adapter, Cooling Fan, and Power Supply carry 1 year warranty. If a product does not operate as warranted during the applicable warranty period, TRENDnet shall reserve the right, at its expense, to repair or replace the defective product or part and deliver an equivalent product or part to the customer. The repair/replacement unit’s warranty continues from the original date of purchase. All products that are replaced become the property of TRENDnet. Replacement products may be new or reconditioned. TRENDnet does not issue refunds or credit. Please contact the point‐of‐purchase for their return policies. TRENDnet shall not be responsible for any software, firmware, information, or memory data of customer contained in, stored on, or integrated with any products returned to TRENDnet pursuant to any warranty. There are no user serviceable parts inside the product. Do not remove or attempt to service the product by any unauthorized service center. This warranty is voided if (i) the product has been modified or repaired by any unauthorized service center, (ii) the product was subject to accident, abuse, or improper use (iii) the product was subject to conditions more severe than those specified in the manual. Warranty service may be obtained by contacting TRENDnet within the applicable warranty period and providing a copy of the dated proof of the purchase. Upon proper submission of required documentation a Return Material Authorization (RMA) number will be issued. An RMA number is required in order to initiate warranty service support for all TRENDnet products. Products that are sent to TRENDnet for RMA service must have the RMA number marked on the outside of return packages and sent to TRENDnet prepaid, insured and packaged appropriately for safe shipment. Customers shipping from outside of the USA and Canada are responsible for return shipping fees. Customers shipping from outside of the USA are responsible for custom charges, including but not limited to, duty, tax, and other fees. WARRANTIES EXCLUSIVE: IF THE TRENDNET PRODUCT DOES NOT OPERATE AS WARRANTED ABOVE, THE CUSTOMER’S SOLE REMEDY SHALL BE, AT TRENDNET’S OPTION, REPAIR OR REPLACE. THE FOREGOING WARRANTIES AND REMEDIES ARE EXCLUSIVE AND ARE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, EITHER IN FACT OR BY OPERATION OF LAW, STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR 36
PURPOSE. TRENDNET NEITHER ASSUMES NOR AUTHORIZES ANY OTHER PERSON TO ASSUME FOR IT ANY OTHER LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALE, INSTALLATION MAINTENANCE OR USE OF TRENDNET’S PRODUCTS. TRENDNET SHALL NOT BE LIABLE UNDER THIS WARRANTY IF ITS TESTING AND EXAMINATION DISCLOSE THAT THE ALLEGED DEFECT IN THE PRODUCT DOES NOT EXIST OR WAS CAUSED BY CUSTOMER’S OR ANY THIRD PERSON’S MISUSE, NEGLECT, IMPROPER INSTALLATION OR TESTING, UNAUTHORIZED ATTEMPTS TO REPAIR OR MODIFY, OR ANY OTHER CAUSE BEYOND THE RANGE OF THE INTENDED USE, OR BY ACCIDENT, FIRE, LIGHTNING, OR OTHER HAZARD. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY: TO THE FULL EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW TRENDNET ALSO EXCLUDES FOR ITSELF AND ITS SUPPLIERS ANY LIABILITY, WHETHER BASED IN CONTRACT OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), FOR INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, OR FOR LOSS OF REVENUE OR PROFITS, LOSS OF BUSINESS, LOSS OF INFORMATION OR DATE, OR OTHER FINANCIAL LOSS ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALE, INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE, USE, PERFORMANCE, FAILURE, OR INTERRUPTION OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES, AND LIMITS ITS LIABILITY TO REPAIR, REPLACEMENT, OR REFUND OF THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID, AT TRENDNET’S OPTION. THIS DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY FOR DAMAGES WILL NOT BE AFFECTED IF ANY REMEDY PROVIDED HEREIN SHALL FAIL OF ITS ESSENTIAL PURPOSE. Governing Law: This Limited Warranty shall be governed by the laws of the state of California. Some TRENDnet products include software code written by third party developers. These codes are subject to the GNU General Public License ("GPL") or GNU Lesser General Public License ("LGPL"). Go to http://www.trendnet.com/gpl or http://www.trendnet.com Download section and look for the desired TRENDnet product to access to the GPL Code or LGPL Code. These codes are distributed WITHOUT WARRANTY and are subject to the copyrights of the developers. TRENDnet does not provide technical support for these codes. Please go to http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.txt or http://www.gnu.org/licenses/lgpl.txt for specific terms of each license. PWP05202009v2 37
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