User Manual
Wireless 5x2 HD Matrix
GWHDMS52
PART NO. M1229-b
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Table of Contents
Important Information
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Introduction
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Package Contents
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Requirements
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Overview
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Hardware Installation
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Step 1: Setup the Transmitter
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Step 2: Setup the Receiver
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Step 3: Setup the IR blaster extender cable and IR sensor extender cable
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Step 4: Mounting the Receiver to a Wall (Optional)
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Basic Operation
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Advanced Operation
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Naming the Input Source Devices
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Pairing new transmitter with existing receiver (optional)
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Multiple Transmitter Selection
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Supported Resolution
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Audio Bit Rate Support
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Specifications
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Troubleshooting
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Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement
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CE Compliance
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Limited Warranty
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Contact
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Important Information
Please take the time to read this user manual
before using the Transmitter and Receiver.
It contains important information about
operating your Full HD video wireless kit.
• Power cord: Be sure the power cord is
routed so that it will not be stepped on or
pinched by heavy items
• Power overloading: Avoid overloading
electrical outlets or extension cords which
otherwise could result in electric shock or
fire
• Lightning: Disconnect the product from
the power source if it is left unattended for
a long period of time, and to protect the
product from lightning.
• Always disconnect the power cord from
the power outlet when you are not using
your Full HD Video wireless kit. This
reduces the risk of electric shocks or fire
Our limited warranty applies when the
product is handled properly for intended use,
in accordance with its operating instruction.
However, the warranty may be void in the
following cases:
• Repair, product modification or alteration
have been performed by unauthorized
service personnel
• Damages caused by accidents, including
but not limited to, lightning, water, fire, or
moisture
• Use of an AC adapter not compatible with
the product and its voltage rating
• The model number on the product has
been altered, deleted, removed or made
illegible
Warning
• This product should not be exposed to
dripping or splashing. No object filled with
liquids, such as vases, should be placed
on the product
• Object Entry: To avoid electric shock,
never stick anything in the slots on the
case or remove the cover
• Place receiver/transmitter on a flat, hard
and stable surface
• Ventilation: Do not block the ventilation
slots on the receiver/transmitter or place
any heavy object on the top cover.
• Blocking the air flow could damage the
receiver. Arrange components so that air
can flow freely around the receiver. Ensure
that there is adequate ventilation if the
receiver is placed in a stand
• Put the receiver/transmitter in a property
ventilated area, away from direct sunlight
or any source of heat
• Water Exposure: To reduce the risk of
fire or electric shock, do not expose the
receiver/transmitter to rain or moisture.
• This is indoor solution
• Our company has the right to modify this
document without any notice
Safety Precautions
Warning!
RISK OF
ELECTRICAL
SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN!
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRICAL
SHOCK. DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS ARE INSIDE
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
PERSONNEL
Danger: Be careful with electricity.
• Power to the units must be switched
off before any work is undertaken, such
as any AV device connection or TV
connection.
• Power outlet: To prevent electric shock,
make sure to use the appropriate
AC adapters as power supply to the
transmitter and the receiver.
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Special Notice
• Never use this product nearby an
aircraft or medical facility. It can cause
interference or undesirable effect on the
operation result
• Use of this product in the following
locations may result in abnormal video and
audio output (noise, blocked image... etc,).
1.Product installed in the walls made of
concrete
2.Product is situated near the refrigerator
or metal fitment
3.A cluttered room where the wireless
signals may be blocked
• This product has been tested and
manufactured to comply with each
country’s safety rules. However, there is
no guarantee that interference will not
occur in some installation scenario. If
the interference happens, increase the
distance between the transmitter and
receiver
• GWHDMS52 may interfere 5GHz wireless
devices, such as routers or other wireless
devices. Therefore, if you have an 802.11n
router, configure it to the 2.4 GHz band
rather than the 5GHz band
• Optimal range between GWHDMS52
transmitter and receiver is between 2 and
20 meters within line of sight
System Warning
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS
COMMISSION INTERFERENCE STATEMENT
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 in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, 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:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the
equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on
a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced
radio/TV technician for help.
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CAUTION:
Using the System in the US
Any changes or modifications not
expressly approved by the grantee of this
device could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment.
This equipment must be installed and
operated in accordance with provided
instructions and the antenna(s) used
for this transmitter must be installed to
provide a separation distance of at least
20 cm from all persons and must not be
co-located or operating in conjunction
with any other antenna or transmitter.
End-users and installers must be provide
with antenna installation instructions
and transmitter operating conditions for
satisfying RF exposure compliance
Outdoor operations in the 5150~5250MHz
band are prohibited.
This device has no Ad-hoc capability for
5250~5350MHz and 5470~5725MHz.
The device not operation in
5600~5650MHz.
This device complies with Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
1. this device may not cause harmful
interference, and
2. this device must accept any
interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired
operation.
Industry Canada Statement
This device complies with RSS-210 of the
Industry Canada Rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions: (1) This device
may not cause harmful interference, and (2)
this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
Radiation Exposure Statement:
This equipment complies with IC radiation
exposure limits set for an uncontrolled
environment. This equipment should be
installed and operated with minimum distance
20cm between the radiator & your body.
Caution:
1. the device for operation in the band 51505250 MHz is only for indoor use to reduce
the potential for harmful interference to
co-channel mobile satellite systems;
2. High-power radars are allocated as primary
users (i.e. priority users) of the bands
5250-5350 MHz and 5470~5600MHz,
5650~5725MHz and that these radars
could cause interference and/or damage to
LE-LAN devices.
Under Industry Canada regulations, this
radio transmitter may only operate using an
antenna of a type and maximum (or lesser)
gain approved for the transmitter by Industry
Canada. To reduce potential radio interference
to other users, the antenna type and its gain
should be so chosen that the equivalent
isotropically radiated power (e.i.r.p.) is not
more than that necessary for successful
communication.
FCC Statement
The user is cautioned that this device should
be used only as specified within this manual
to meet RF exposure requirements. Use of
this device in a manner inconsistent with this
manual could lead to excessive RF exposure
conditions.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
• In the event that these conditions can
not be met (for example certain laptop
configurations or co-location with another
transmitter), then the Canada authorization
is no longer considered valid and the IC
ID can not be used on the final product. In
these circumstances, the OEM integrator
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will be responsible for re-evaluating the
end product (including the transmitter)
and obtaining a separate Canada
authorization.
utilisateurs, le type d’antenne et son gain
doivent être choisis afin que la puissance
isotrope rayonnée équivalente (PIRE) ne
dépasse pas ce qui est nécessaire pour une
communication réussie.
French translation:
Ce dispositif est conforme à la norme
CNR-210 d’Industrie Canada applicable
aux appareils radio exempts de licence. Son
fonctionnement est sujet aux deux conditions
suivantes: (1) le dispositif ne doit pas produire
de brouillage préjudiciable, et (2) ce dispositif
doit accepter tout brouillage reçu, y compris
un brouillage susceptible de provoquer un
fonctionnement indésirable.
NOTE IMPORTANTE:
Déclaration d’exposition aux radiations:
Cet équipement est conforme aux limites
d’exposition aux rayonnements IC établies
pour un environnement non contrôlé. Cet
équipement doit être installé et utilisé avec
un minimum de 20 cm de distance entre la
source de rayonnement et votre corps.
i. les dispositifs fonctionnant dans la
bande 5 150-5 250 MHz sont réservés
uniquement pour une utilisation à
l’intérieur afin de réduire les risques de
brouillage préjudiciable aux systèmes
de satellites mobiles utilisant les mêmes
canaux;
ii. De plus, les utilisateurs devraient aussi
être avisés que les utilisateurs de radars
de haute puissance sont désignés
utilisateurs principaux (c.-à-d., qu’ils ont
la priorité) pour les bandes 5 250-5 350
MHz et 5470~5600MHz, 5650~5725MHz
et que ces radars pourraient causer du
brouillage et/ou des dommages aux
dispositifs LAN-EL.
En vertu de la réglementation de l’industrie
du Canada, cet émetteur de radio ne peut
fonctionner à l’aide d’une antenne d’un type
et un maximum (ou moins) Gain approuvé
pour l’émetteur par Industrie Canada. Pour
réduire le risque d’interférence aux autres
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Introduction
IOGEAR’s GWHDMS52 Wireless 5 x 2 HD Matrix is the first to send Full uncompressed HD
1080p, connects up to 5 source devices and allow you to switch and independently select any
source between 2 HDTVs. The wireless matrix feature is the biggest breakthough in wireless
AV solutions today. This means you can watch cable TV in the living room while independently
select a Blu-ray movie to watch in the bedroom at the same time. Its capable of streaming Full
HD 1080p with support for 3D content and digital audio up to 100 feet* away within the home
or desired set up.
The Wireless 5 x 2 HD Matrix is setting a new standard in wireless connectivity, flexibility,
convenience, and decor.
The solution consists of a Wireless Transmitter and a Wireless Receiver with connections
for HDMI and Component, along with a loop through (local port) for an advanced 2 HDTV
set ups. It also includes USB connectivity for the addition of a computer / laptop giving you
wireless control from the second room. Infrared (IR) pass-through enables wireless control of
your source devices and helps consolidate your HD A/V electronics, such as a DVD / Blu-ray
players, DVR / Cable boxes, Game consoles and computers to design your own custom
entertainment space.
The Wireless 5 x 2 HD Matrix does not require a line-of-sight placement, keeping home theater
devices neatly out of sight, which enables a quick, simple, and flexible wireless HD or 3D audio
/ video solution.
Package Contents
1 x Wireless Transmitter
1 x Wireless Receiver
2 x Remote Controls w/ batteries
1 x Component Adapter Cable
1 x IR Blaster Cable (Transmitter)
1 x IR Sensor Extender Cable (Receiver)
2 x Power Adapter
1 x HDMI Cable
1 x User’s Guide
1 x Warranty Card
Requirements
Display
1 x HDMI input
Media Source
1 x HDMI output
1 x Component output
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Overview
Transmitter
Top view
3. Power Button with LED Indicator
Press to turn the transmitter on/off. The
indicator in the power button is lit in solid
green when the power is on, and turns
red in standby mode.
1. Source LEDs
These LED indicators are lit in solid green
to show current input
2. Source Selection Button
Press to switch Source inputs connected
to the transmitter.
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Back view
1. Power Adapter DC IN
2. IR OUT Blaster Extender Jack
Plug the IR Blaster Cable into the IR OUT
jack of the transmitter
3. Component IN (Optional)
Connect Transmitter to source device
Component port with the provided
Adapter Cable.
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4. HDMI IN
Connect Transmitter to High-definition
audio / video devices via an HDMI cable.
5. HDMI OUT
Connect to an HDTV via an HDMI cable.
6. Mini USB Port
For USB HID connection.(Keyboard /
Mouse control) Connect to USB enabled
laptop or computer.
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Receiver
Top view
1. Power Button with LED indicator
Press to turn the receiver On and Off. The
indicator in the power button lights up in
green when the power is on, and turns
red in standby mode.
2. Source Button
Press this button for Source device input
selection
3. Video status LED
For video input status indication. Please
refer to page 19, section 7 for the detailed
information.
4. Wireless status LED
For wireless link status indication. Please
refer to page 19, section 7 for the detailed
information.
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Back view
1. Power Adapter DC IN
Connect to receiver’s power adapter.
2. USB HID
Support USB HID function for keyboard /
mouse usage.
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3. HDMI OUT
Connect to an HDTV via an HDMI cable.
4. IR IN
Available to connect IR sensor extender
cable.
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Remote Control
1.POWER ON / POWER OFF Buttons
Press Power ON to turn the Transmitter
& Receiver ON. Press Power OFF to turn
the Transmitter & Receiver OFF. When
both Transmitter & Receiver Power LEDs
are red, press Power ON to the Receiver
to wake-up both the Receiver and
Transmitter automatically.
2.INFO Button
Press this button to the Transmitter or
Receiver to display OSD for system related
information on HDTV.
3.TRANSMITTER NO. Button
Press to switch different transmitter
inputs. Please refer to page 24, Multiple
Transmitter Selection section
4.SOURCE Button
Press to select the audio/video source
inputs to the Transmitter or Receiver.
Press OK to switch to the source input
selected.
5.Up and Down Arrow Buttons
Press to select the audio/video source
inputs for transmitter display. Press OK to
switch to the source input selected.
6.Left and Right Arrow Buttons
Press to select the audio/video source
inputs for receiver display. Press OK to
switch to the source input selected.
7.IR Button
Press to switch the IR Blaster frequency
to meet Source device’s requirement. It
can switch the IR Blaster frequency from
47KHz to 56KHz to 38KHz recurring.
8.Battery Compartment
• Remove the remote control battery
door by pushing the bottom clip in and
lifting on the battery door
• Place the two AAA batteries into the
remote control and replace the battery
door until it snaps in place
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Hardware Installation
Step 1: Setup the Transmitter
Connect up to 5 Audio / Video Source Devices and a HDTV to the transmitter:
Home PC
IR Blaster
HD Projector or HD Flat Panel TV
VCR
HD Gaming Box
Blu-ray Player
HD Cable Box
1. Connect the supplied power adapter
to the DC IN jack of the transmitter and
a wall socket. The LED indicator in the
POWER button lights up in green when it
is connected to power.
2. Plug in the provided IR blaster cable.
Please refer to page 14, step 3 for the
detail setup instruction.
3. Connect to source device through by
Component (YPbPr) Adapter cable.
4. Connect up to 4 High-Definition(HD) AV
sources via “HDMI OUT” through by
HDMI cable.
5. Connect the transmitter’s “HDMI OUT”
to the local HDTV “HDMI IN” port with an
HDMI cable
6. Connect the mini USB port to the USB
port of PC (or Notebook) with a mini USB
to Type A USB cable for USB HID control
(keyboard / mouse) on receiver side.
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Step 2: Setup the Receiver
HDTV Connection with receiver:
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HD Projector or HD Flat Penel TV
1. Connect the supplied mini USB power
adapter to the DC IN jack of the receiver
and a wall socket. The POWER LED
indicator lights up in green when the
receiver is connected to power.
2. Connect either a USB based Keyboard
or Mouse to the USB port on the back of
the receiver.
*(IOGEAR Wireless AV Multimedia
Keyboards with trackball make a perfect
companion: GKM561R, GKM681R,
GKM581R and GKM571R)
3. Connect an HDMI cable to the HDMI OUT
jack of the receiver and to the HDMI-IN
on the HDTV (or an HD projector).
Press the Source button on your receiver
or the left and right arrows button on the
remote to select the appropriate “HDMI”
video input.
4. Plug in the IR sensor extender cable
provided. Please refer to page 14, Step 3
of the Hardware Installation section.
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Step 3: Setup the IR blaster extender cable and IR sensor extender cable
The IR relays infrared commands from your remote control to your device.
Users can control their AV devices by pointing their remote control to the receiver or IR sensor
extender cable. (IR distance from remote to receiver / IR sensor cable is 30 feet line of sight.)
A: Transmitter
1. Plug the IR Blaster cable in to the IR “Out” jack of the transmitter.
2. Apply the IR blaster head directly over the eye of the IR sensor of your High Definition audio/
video device. This allows the remote control of your devices from another room when using
the wireless receiver.
Blu-ray Player or DVR/Cable Box
IR Blaster Extender cable
Note: Transmitter and source devices connected to the Transmitter within the local location
must all be in line of site for IR control.
B: Receiver
1. Place the wireless receiver out of sight
and use the IR Sensor extender for
remote control of your devices.
2. Plug the IR Sensor Extender cable into
the IR “IN” jack of the receiver and place
sensor on front of the TV for convenient
operation.
Note: In some instances, the IR sensor on your source device may be difficult to find. To
help simplify this process, cut a piece of cardboard to the same size as the front panel of your
source device and place a 1 inch hole in the middle of the cardboard. Power ON your source
device and play a movie or other video content. Place the cardboard hole over the left side
of the source device and using the source device’s remote control directly over the cardboard
hole, press the pause button repetitively while gradually moving the cardboard hole from left to
right making sure to keep the remote control’s beam directly over the cardboard hole. Once
the source device recognizes the pause button being pressed, you have located the position
of the remote control IR sensor on the source device and that is where you will place the IR
Blaster’s sensor. The IR sensor supports 38KHz, 47KHz and 56KHz (NEC, RC5, RC6) remote
signal protocol.
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Step 4: Mounting the Receiver to a Wall (Optional)
1.Refer the drawing at right that has relative
position of the main holes that will be
needed to be drilled into the wall.
2.Drill two 1/4” pilot holes.
3.Insert the supplied two Anchors into
the wall. If necessary, use a small
hammer to lightly tap the anchors flush
to the wall.
4.Insert two screws into the anchors.
Leave 1/4” length for mounting the
Transmitter, 5/8” for the Receiver.
5.Place receiver main holes over the
protruding screws and slide down into
position.
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Basic Operation
1. After the power adapter is plugged into the electrical outlet, the device will turn ON
automatically.
2. If the receiver is in Standby mode (POWER LED on the receiver is lit in red), press the
POWER button ON to the receiver and then transmitter and receiver will establish link
automatically. You may also turn POWER ON to the receiver with the remote control.
Please note that the HDMI out on the transmitter will always be ON even when the
transmitter is in standby mode.
3. Power ON all connected displays (ie TV, monitor, projector) and source devices (ie cable
box, Blu-ray player, game console, computer).
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4. During warm-up, the transmitter’s and the receiver’s wireless status LED will blink green
until the signal link between the transmitter and the receiver is established. It will take
approximately 15 ~ 20 seconds for system to fully boot-up successfully.
5. Ensure your TV or projector is in “HDMI input” mode.
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6. When the GWHDMS52 is first powered on, the input default is set to Source 1. Note
that any time a source input is switched, it will take approximately 15 ~ 20 seconds for
the image to appear. There are 3 ways to switch between connected source devices as
follows:
A. Press the SOURCE button on the top of the receiver or transmitter to switch the source
inputs until you see the desire video program being broadcasted from your source
device.
B. Remote Arrow Keys Switching
• Transmitter side: Press By pressing the “Up” or “Down” arrow keys on the remote
control, it will pop up the on-screen display and allow you to cycle through each
input. Stop on the one you wish to watch and it will switch to that direct input /
source device.
OSD Displayed:
Transmitter Source Switch Up/Down arrow buttons
• Receiver side: By pressing the
“Left” or Right” arrow keys on the
remote control, it will pop up the
on-screen display and allow you
to cycle through each input. Stop
on the one you wish to watch and
it will switch to that direct input /
source device.
Receiver Source Switch Left/Right arrow buttons
C. Remote Control Source Button: Press the SOURCE button on the remote control to
directly switch between connected input sources. Keep pressing the SOURCE button
until the desired input source is selected.
Note: Pressing “Up” or “Down” on receiver
side or pressing “Left” or “Right” on
transmitter side will not initiate switching.
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7. If operation is normal, the POWER/Wireless status LED and Source Status LED will glow in
solid green. Please refer to the LED status table below that contains detailed LED indicator
and OSD descriptions for the transmitter and receiver:
Item / Mode
Standby
Initial Boot
up / Warm
up
Searching
available
channels
Wireless
linked Mode
Status
Description
Tx / Rx
Power
LED
Tx/Rx
Source
LED
Rx
Video
LED
Rx
Wireless
LED
For power saving
mode.
Static
Red
off
off
off
It will spend 15 ~
20 seconds for
system boot up.
Tx
Blinking
Green
Rx Static
Green
Blinking
Blinking
Blinking
Continuing search
available channels
If system can’t
establish link
over 80s after
initialization.
Tx
Blinking
Green
Rx Static
Green
Blinking
No input from
selected source
(Note B)
Static
Green
Blinking
(Quickly)
Blinking
(Quickly)
Static
Green
Video format not
recognized
(Note C)
Static
Green
Blinking
(Slowly)
Blinking
(Slowly)
Static
Green
Video format is
recognized
Static
Green
Static
Green
Static
Green
Static
Green
OSD Display
4 levels
looping
x
Blinking
Looping display
these two OSD
x
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Notes:
A. If the RF connection boot-up has exceeded 80 seconds and still not established a link
between the transmitter and receiver, it is due either to lost link or the transmitter is
most likely out of range. You may have to verify the range and adjust or shorten the
distance between your HDTV set with the transmitter and the receiver. The maximum
video transmission range for 1080p content is up to 100 feet in line of sight (LOS). The
minimum range is 6.5 feet.
B. Please make sure the source device has been powered ON and the signal output is set
to HDMI out; also try to re-plug the HDMI cable to make sure the HDMI connector had
seated properly.
C. If there is no video displayed and OSD display shows “Not Supported Format”, this is
an indication that the video resolution or frame rate from the computer is not supported,
please refer to page 26 to switch to a supported video resolution.
D. If you have more than one pair of this product, each transmitter and receiver should be at
least 6.5 feet away from one another.
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E. On Screen Display (OSD) vs. Remote Control Instruction
(1) In Active mode, press the POWER
button on the top of receiver or
transmitter or press the remote
control’s Power button and point it
to the receiver or transmitter, both
receiver and transmitter will enter
Standby mode and transmitter’s HDMI
out remains on.
OSD Displays: (Display 3secs and
then enter Standby mode.)
(4) Press the IR button and then the “Up”
and “Down” keys on the remote control to
change the IR Blaster frequency. The IR
frequency can be switched from 47KHz,
to 56KHz, and to 38KHz recurring. Note
that the IR blaster frequency default
setting is 47KHz.
Press once for current IR frequency status
display.
HDMI1 CH1 1280x1024
ON
= 47KHz
OSD Displays:
Press IR key again to switch IR blaster
frequency.
OSD Displays:
(2) Press the INFO button on the remote
control to display signal quality,
source, channel and resolution
information for user reference. Press
the INFO button again to exit the
INFO OSD.
OSD Displays:
HDMI1 CH1 1280x1024
= 56KHz
HDMI1 CH1 1280x1024
= OFF
(3) Press the SOURCE button on the
remote control or on the top of
transmitter (or receiver) for audio/
video source input selection.
OSD Displays:
HDMI1 CH1 1280x1024
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8. USB HID Setup Instructions
You can conveniently control your computer connected to the transmitter from the receiver
side wirelessly via the GWHDMS52 USB connections.
(1) Transmitter – Using a Mini USB to USB
Type A USB cable, Plug the mini USB
side into the transmitter and the USB
type A into the computer you wish to
control.
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(2) Receiver – You can connect either a
USB based Keyboard or Mouse to the
USB port on the back of the receiver.
*(IOGEAR Wireless AV Multimedia
Keyboards with trackball makes
a perfect companion: GKM561R,
GKM681R, GKM581R and GKM571R)
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*
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Advanced Operation
Naming the Input Source Devices
1. Press and hold the Source button on the top of transmitter for over 3 seconds.
A source naming OSD will appear on the screen:
CHANGE SOURCE NAME
NAME= HDMI1
2. The current source input may be
named by pointing the remote control
at the transmitter and using the remote
control  keys to change the letters or
numbers; keys to move the cursor.
Moves the cursor
left or right
Changes letters
and numbers
3. After completing source naming, please press the source key on the remote control or on
the top of transmitter housing to confirm and save the new source name.
4. You will see the new source name on the OSD for both transmitter and receiver each time
the source with the new name is selected.
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Pairing new transmitter with existing receiver (optional)
Enter the Pairing mode for transmitter:
1. Unplug Power Adapter from the transmitter.
2. Press and hold down the Power button on the transmitter.
3. Plug in Power adapter to the transmitter.
4. Keep holding down the Power button on the transmitter until the power LED is blinking
orange indicating that the transmitter has entered the Pairing mode.
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Use the same operation method of the receiver to enter the pairing mode.
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Wire
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5x2
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Once the receiver enters the pairing mode, the OSD shows:
Searching...
Both transmitter and receiver will enter the Pairing mode and it will search and pair
automatically. The OSD shows:
Adding GWHDMS52...
Once the pairing is finished, both transmitter and receiver will re-boot and link to each other
automatically.
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Multiple Transmitter Selection
1. Verify that the power is removed from Transmitter 1. Press Transmitter No. key on the
remote control and point it at Receiver 1.
OSD Displays: Select Transmitter Number:
→ GWHDMS52
→ GWHDMS52
SETUP
Up to 4 transmitters may be detected. Press up / down and OK button on remote
control for selection.
2. Enter SETUP menu. OSD Displays:
SETUP:
→ Add New Transmitter
→ Remove Transmitter
→ Modify Transmitter Name
 Return
3. Enter “Add New Transmitter” menu if you would like to add a Transmitter.
OSD Displays:
Press transmitter no. key to escape
SEARCHING
SEARCHING......
During this period, press and hold the power down on Transmitter 2, and plug in power.
Hold the power button down until the Power LED on Transmitter 2 start to blink orange
which indicates that the Transmitter 2 has entered the “connecting” mode. After the
receiver has found the new transmitter, the OSD Displays.
Select New Transmitter
→ GWHDMS52
 Return
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Once Transmitter 2 and Receiver 1 are connected and video is displayed, you may apply
power to Transmitter 1. Receiver 1 will now see 2 transmitters and can be selected via
the Transmitter No. button on the remote control. To add Transmitter 3 and 4, repeat
steps 1 ~ 4.
Note – You may connect multiple transmitters but you may only have one receiver
running at any given time. When Receiver 1 is connected to Transmitter 2, Receiver 2
will be disconnected and need to be re-paired to restore wireless video function with
Transmitter 2.
4. Enter “Remove Transmitter” menu if you would like to remove a transmitter
OSD Displays:
Remove Transmitter:
→ GWHDMS52
→ GWHDMS52
Using the remote control, press the up/down
arrow keys to select the transmitter to be
removed and press OK.
 Return
5. Enter “Modify Transmitter Name” menu if you would like to modify a transmitter name
OSD shows:
Edit Transmitter name:
→ GWHDMS52
→ GWHDMS52
Using the remote control, press the up/
down arrow keys to select the transmitter to
have its name modified and press OK
 Return

Edit Transmitter name:
→ GWHDMS52
 Return
IR Key=Delete
= A~Z+0~9 = cursor
Press the Up/Down keys on the remote to select alphabet characters; Press the Left/
Right keys on the remote to move the cursor; Press IR key to back space.
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Supported Resolution
If the SOURCE LED continues to blink in green (slower than “no signal” mode);
OSD display:
, and there is no video displayed or the video quality suffers, it indicates
that the video frame rate from your A/V source device is not supported. Ensure that the
consumer timing of your HDMI device is compliant with the standard listed below:
2D Video Format Timings
Resolution
Support
Primary CEA Video Timing
640x480p @ 59.94 / 60Hz
YES
720x480p @ 59.94Hz
480p
720x480p @ 60Hz
YES
YES
720x576p @ 50Hz
576p
1280x720p @ 50Hz
720p
1280x720p @ 59.94 / 60Hz
1920x1080i @ 50Hz
1080i
1920x1080i @ 59.94 / 60Hz
1920x1080p @ 50Hz
1080p / 60
1920x1080p @ 59.94 / 60Hz
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
Secondary CEA Video Timing
1920x1080p @ 23.98 / 24Hz
YES
1920x1080p @ 25Hz
1080p / 24
1920x1080p @ 29.97 / 30Hz
YES
YES
VESA Timing (DVI only)
640x480 @ 59.94 / 72.809Hz
VGA
YES
800x600 @ 60.317 / 72.188Hz
SVGA
YES
1024x768 @ 60 / 70.069Hz
XGA
YES
1280x768 @ 60 Hz
WXGA
YES
1280x1024 @ 60 Hz
SXGA
YES
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If the Source/Status LED continues to blink green (slower than “no signal” mode); or
OSD display shows
, please check that both TVs connected to the transmitter and receiver
support 3D video format and try to switch the 3D video format to one of the 3D timings listed
below.
Mandatory CEA 3D Video Format Timings
Support
1280x720p @ 50Hz Top-and-Bottom
Yes
1280x720p @ 50Hz Frame packing
Yes
1280x720p @ 59.94 / 60Hz Top-and-Bottom
Yes
1280x720p @ 59.94 / 60Hz Frame packing
Yes
1920x1080i @ 50Hz Side-by-Side (Half)
Yes
1920x1080i @ 59.94 / 60Hz Side-by-Side (Half)
Yes
1920x1080p @ 23.98 / 24Hz Top-and-Bottom
Yes
1920x1080p @ 23.98 / 24Hz Frame packing
Yes
Audio Bit Rate Support
• Digital Audio from HDMI inputs: Up to 6Mbit/s bit-rate support.
• Support AC3 and DTS.
• 2-channel PCM: 16~24 bits audio sample with 32~96KHz sampling rate as below:
2channel PCM
32KHz
44.1KHz
48KHz
96KHz
16 bits
YES
YES
YES
YES
24 bits
YES
YES
YES
YES
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Specifications
Supported Video
Resolutions
HDMI Input
3D, 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 576p, 480p
Component Input
1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i, 480p, 480i
Supported Audio
Formats
Digital Audio
Up to 6 Mbps AC3 and DTS
Analog Audio
48KHz and 24-bit Per Sample
Transmission Distance
The maximum video transmission range is100ft (The
minimum range is 6.5ft). Line of sight (LOS) scenarios
Remote Control Range
30 feet LOS
System Latency
Very low latency (<1ms)
Antenna
High Performance Internal Antennas
Operating Frequencies
4.9~ 5.9GHz (Include non-DFS and DFS Frequency Bands)
Power Supply
100~ 240V AC in, 5V DC out Power Adaptor
Operating Temperature
0~40°C
Interfaces
A/V Interfaces
Control Signal
Interfaces
Transmitter (Tx)
Receiver (Rx)
HDMI Input
Four (Type A)
-
Component Input
One w/ specific adapter
cable
HDMI Output
One (Type A)
One (Type A)
IR Sensor
YES
YES
IR Blaster Extender
2.5mm Jack
-
IR Sensor Extender
-
2.5mm Jack
Power Interface
Power Input
5V DC Jack
5V mini USB
Switches
Power Switch
YES (One Push Button)
YES (One Push Button)
Source Switch
YES (One Push Button)
YES (One Push Button)
Power LED
1 x LED
(Two Tone: Green/Red)
1 x LED
(Two Tone: Green/Red)
Source LED (Tx)
Status LED (Rx)
5 x Green LEDs
LEDs
Dimensions inches (mm)
2 x Green LEDs: Video signal,
Wireless signal
9.2”(w) x 3.8”(h) x 1.28” (h)
(234mm x 96.5mm x
32.5mm)
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3.74”(w) x 3.74”(l) x1.4”(h)
(95mm x 95mm x 35.5mm)
Troubleshooting
1.
Problem: The power indicator LED doesn’t light up.
Solution:
Check the power adapters of the Transmitter/Receiver to see if they are properly inserted
into a functioning power outlet.
2.
Problem: No video is displayed on your TV screen.
Solution:
• Verify that the proper cables have been selected and installed between the transmitter
input and your High-Definition device output
• On your TV side (connected to the Receiver), select the HDMI as input source.
• Verify the status of POWER LED and SOURCE/Status LED indicator as below:
Power LED Flashing in
Green
OSD displayed:
(4 levels looping)
• Ensure the transmission range between the
transmitter and the receiver is NOT over 100 feet
(LOS - line of sight) transmission distance.
• Try to move the transmitter closer to the receiver.
POWER LED in solid
Green + Slow and Flashing
SOURCE LED
OSD displayed:
• Ensure your video resolution and frame rate is
recognized, supported, and within the transmission
range.
• Connect the source device to your TV to check and
modify the video format compatibility.
• Check if the video resolution from your display is set
to 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 576p, or 480p resolution.
Please refer page 26 for the detail supported
Resolution.
POWER LED in solid Green
status LED Flash Quickly
OSD displayed :
• Ensure the proper cables are connected between
the transmitter and your AV source devices.
• Ensure your source devices connected to the
transmitter are powered on.
• Ensure the proper cables are connected between
the receiver and your 2nd HDTV near the receiver.
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3.
Problem: Poor picture quality or intermittent video
Solutions:
• Check if your video resolution with HDMI input from your device is either 1080p,
1080i, 720p, 576p, or 480p. Please refer to page 26 where the video frame rate from
your device GWHDMS52 can support is defined.
• Ensure the transmission distance is less than 100 feet (LOS)
• Barriers - Consider an installation plan that has the least numbers of barriers (walls,
panels, beams) possible between the transmitter and receiver.
*Distances, quality and signal may vary depending on environment; solid objects such as steel, concrete and brick may view
shorter distances or complete loss of singal
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4.
Problem: No audio
Solution:
• Check your TV’s volume is properly set and not set in “MUTE” mode.
• Check if your source player’s audio volume has been turned up..
• Ensure the bit rate of audio from the source device can be supported by
GWHDMS52. Please refer to the details in page 27 Audio Bit Rate Support.
5.
Problem: IR Blaster can’t control Source device.
Solution:
• Check where is IR sensor is located on the Source device. Make sure that the IR
Blaster sensor is close and straight in front of the Source device’s IR sensor. Please
refer Installation, step 3 for reference setup.
• Change IR Blaster frequency to meet Source device’s requirement. See the page 14
for the IR blaster frequency switch.
6.
Problem: No 3D video output. OSD displayed:
Solutions:
OSD display: TX
or/and RX
• Check both of TVs (includingTx and Rx side) should support 3D video format.
If either one of the TVs only supports 2D format, then 3D output might not be
supported.
• If user wants to display 3D video on HDTV which supported 3D video, please turn
off the 2D HDTV and RE-power On the 3D HDTV. Then set the source player to 3D
video format output for the 3D display.
• Check the video output setting of Source player (ex. Blu-ray Disc, PS3..etc.). If the
video output setting of Source player is 3D video format, it might produce a display
on the HDTV which not supports 3D format.
• 3D video format do not support on current equipments status. If user wants to
display 3D video on HDTV which supported 3D video, please turn off 2D HDTV and
RE-power on 3D HDTV. Then set the source player to 3D video format output for the
3D display.
• 3D video format do not support on current equipments status. Please switch the
3D video format to HDMI 1.4a 3D format. Please check page 27 for a list of all
supported 3D format of this product.
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Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement
The user is cautioned that this device should be used only as specified within this manual to
meet RF exposure requirements. Use of this device in a manner inconsistent with this manual
could lead to excessive RF exposure conditions.
CE Compliance
This device has been tested and found to comply with the following European Union
directives: Electromagnetic Capability (2004/108/EC), Low Voltage (2006/95/EC) and
R&TTED (1999/5/EC).
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