Integration Note

Integration Note
Integration Note
Manufacturer:
Integra/Onkyo
Model Number(s):
Integra 60.5/50.5/40.5
Onkyo TX-NR525/626/727/828/929
Core Module Version:
6.5
Comments:
Tested: 50.5
Document Revision Date:
12/30/2013
OVERVIEW AND SUPPORTED FEATURES
Integra/Onkyo Series receivers include RS-232 or Ethernet connection which is used to connect to the g!
system and provide full two-way communications, enabling reliable control as well as providing feedback
to the g! system when changes (such as the current source or volume levels) occur at the receiver.
INTEGRA RECEIVERS SUPPORT THE FOLLOWING FEATURES:
Basic Source and Volume Control: Select any available source and control volume with two-way
feedback. Changes made at the receiver (turning the volume control, changing source) are immediately
reflected in the g! interface.
Surround Mode Control: Change the surround mode from the g! interface.
Additional Zones: The supported Integra receivers provide additional zones, which can be controlled as
independent zones from the g! interface.
Onboard Tuner: The Integra receivers offer a built-in tuner, which can play music in the main zone or in
the secondary zones. The tuner can be controlled from the built-in tuner interface in the g! system.
INTEGRA RECEIVERS DO NOT SUPPORT THE FOLLOWING FEATURES:
Streaming Audio Sources: Digital music sources (USB, Ethernet, iPod etc.) are only available for
source selection and volume control in g!. Event map commands are provided to allow navigation of the
AVR OSD if this is desired.
Tone Control: The Integra/Onkyo models in this Integration Note do not provide tone control
(bass/treble).
Any feature not specifically noted as “supported” is not supported.
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INSTALLATION OVERVIEW
1. During the rough-in phase install the necessary speaker and video cabling for the theater installation.
2. Also during the rough-in phase, run a Cat5 wire from the location of the receiver back to the g!
controller location to provide the serial or Ethernet connection needed to control the receiver. Refer
to the RS-232 Connection Options Integration Note for other serial connection options.
3. Install the speakers, display and other theater components.
4. Program the receiver according to the manufacturer’s documentation.
5. If you have other Integra gear (such as DVD player), you can optionally connect that equipment to the
receiver using the Integra RI connection. Beware that the RI link causes certain built-in behavior that
cannot be disabled: for example, when you press play on the DVD player, the receiver automatically
switches to the DVD source.
6. Test the receiver to ensure that the sources play correctly and that the audio and video operate as
expected.
7. Connect the g! system to the receiver electrically. See the connection diagram for more information.
8. Configure the g! system for the receiver and confirm communication between the receiver and the
controller. See g! Configuration Details below.
9. Test the system by changing sources and volume to confirm the correct source plays.
CONNECTION DIAGRAM 1: RS-232 CONTROL
BILL OF MATERIALS (RS-232)
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D e v ic e
M a nuf a c t ure r
ELA N
P a rt N um be r
HA CB 307
P ro t o c o l
RS-232
C o nne c t o r T ype
1
DB 9M to RJ45 A dapter
2
Cat5 Cable A ssy.
Installer
N/A
RS-232
RJ-45 M ale X Wire
3
Co ntro ller
ELA N
vario us
RS-232
RJ45 Female
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DB -9 M ale X RJ-45 Female
N o tes
CONNECTION DIAGRAM 2: ETHERNET CONTROL
BILL OF MATERIALS (ETHERNET)
#
D e v ic e
M a nuf a c t ure r
1
Cat5 Cable A ssy.
Installer
2
Ro uter o r Netwo rk Switch
VA RIOUS
3
Netwo rk A ssembly
4
g! Co ntro ller
P a rt N um be r
P ro t o c o l
C o nne c t o r T ype
N/A
ETHERNET RJ-45 M ale X RJ-45 M ale
ELA N
NWA 18
ETHERNET RJ-45 Female X DB -9 Female/USB
ELA N
Vario us (e.g. HC12)
ETHERNET RJ-45 Female
N o tes
ETHERNET RJ-45 Female
INTEGRA ETHERNET CONFIGURATION
To enable reliable 2-way control and feedback from the Integra via Ethernet, you must enable control and
assign the unit to a static IP address.
1. Enter the Setup Menu either via the remote or the front panel.
2. Use the UP and DOWN arrows to navigate to and select 7. Hardware Setup
3. Use the UP and DOWN arrows to navigate to and select 5. Network
4. Enter Settings as Follows using the Arrow Keys:
DHCP: Disable
Disable DHCP to prevent the unit receiving a
variable dynamic IP address.
IP Address: (default) 192.168.0.50
We recommended setting the 1st Ethernet controlled
Zone Controller to 192.168.0.50, the second to
192.168.0.51, and so on.
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
(Typical Setting)
Gateway and DNS: (default) 192.168.0.1
Set to Router LAN IP Address
Network Standby: Enable/ON
Maintains Ethernet connection when unit in standby.
5. Press Return to exit setup.
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g! CONFIGURATION DETAILS
The following table provides settings used in the g! Configurator. Please refer to the g! Configurator Reference Guide for more details.
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“<Select>”
Select the appropriate item from the list (or drop-down) in the Configurator.
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“<User Defined>”, etc.
Type in the desired name for the item.
Devices
Variable Name
Setting
Comments
Communication Devices
Serial (RS-232)
Name
Type
Communication Type
Location
COM Port
<User Defined> (Default: New Device)
Serial Port
Integra RI System (RS-232)
<User Defined> (Not Required)
<Select>
Recommended to change name for clarity
Communication Devices
Ethernet
Name
Type
Communication Type
Location
IP Address
Port
<User Defined> (Default: New Device)
Serial Port
Integra RI System (Ethernet)
<User Defined> (Not Required)
<User Defined>
<User Defined> (Default: 60128)
Recommended to change name for clarity
Name
Device Type
Location
COM Device
<User Defined> (Default: Integra BAND Tuner)
<Select> (Default: Integra BAND Tuner)
<User Defined> (Not Required)
<Select> (Default: New Device)
Optional: Only needed if the tuner will be a visible source in the Viewer interface
BAND= Type of Tuner used. (Ex. Integra DTR Internal HD AM/FM Tuner)
Audio Tuners (Optional)
Static IP of Integra. (Default: 192.168.0.50)
<Other Sources>
Add any other IR or RS-232 controlled sources. Refer to the Integration Note for each specific source device and the Configurator Training Guide for details.
<Video Display>
Add the Video Display(s) for the receiver. Refer to the Integration Note for the specific display or the Configurator Training Guide for details.
Audio Zone Controllers
Sources
Zones
UI Layout (Interface Tab )
Name
Device Type
Location
COM Device
<User Defined> (Default: Model name )
<Select>
<User Defined> (Not Required)
<Select> (Default: New Device)
Name
Source Device
Show Source
Source Icon
Display Name
<User Defined>
<Select>
<Select>
<Select>
<User Defined>
Sources must be previously configured in order to allow selection.
Set to No for any inputs on the receiver that are not used
This icon appears on the source button in the Viewer Interface
This text appears on the source button in the Viewer Interface
<User Defined>
Name
<Select>
Universal Receiver
<Select>
Settings Interface
<Select>
Display 1 & 2
<Select>
Slave Zone 1 & 2
<Select>
Turn-On Source
<Source configuration>
<Select>
Display(s) On/Off
<Select>
Display(s) Source
<Select>
Slave(s) Source
<Select>
Volume Control
Interface Devices
Select the correct model AVR
Optional for 3rd party universal remote control, not required
Optional page for zone-specific settings, not required
Select the Video Display(s) in this zone
Optional, Select the slave zones to this zone
Optional, Select the source that the zone turns on to when activated by only an ON command.
For each source, select what the display(s) should do when that source is active
If using more than one input on the video display(s) select the input for each source.
Optional, if using slave zones select the source the slave zone should switch to.
Optional, See the Configurator Reference Guide Common Appications section for details
<Select>
Move any unused Media zones to the Available Tabs column to hide from the UI
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COMMON MISTAKES
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