Extender for HDMI ELR with PoL over CAT5

Extender for HDMI ELR with PoL over CAT5
1080P
Extender for HDMI ELR
with PoL over CAT5
GEF-HDCAT5-ELRPOL
User Manual
www.gefenpro.com
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CONTENTS
1
Introduction
2
Operation Notes
3
Features
4
Sender Unit Layout
5
Sender Unit Descriptions
6
Receiver Unit Layout
7
Receiver Unit Descriptions
8
Connecting the Extender for HDMI ELR with PoL over CAT5
8
9
Wiring Diagram
DIP Switch Configuration
9
Sender Unit
11
Receiver Unit
14 Network Cable Wiring Diagram
15 Troubleshooting
16 Glossary
24 Specifications
25 Warranty
INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of the Extender for HDMI ELR with PoL over
CAT5. Your complete satisfaction is very important to us.
GefenPRO
In the realm of video distribution, certain features are invaluable in a commercial
or broadcast environment. Accommodations such as a build-in power supply and
flat black rack-mount enclosures set GefenPRO apart from our traditional products. Complex distribution units allow for professional DVI, 3G-SDI, and HDMI
signals to be routed and converted easily and seamlessly, while being backed
up by a renowned and dependable technical support team. Gefen invites you to
explore the GefenPRO product line and hopes that you find the solution that fits
your needs.
The GefenPRO Extender for HDMI ELR with PoL over CAT5
The GefenPRO Extender for HDMI ELR with PoL (Power over Link) over CAT5
extends a Hi-Def source with multichannel digital audio at resolutions of up to
1080p Full HD to 330 feet (100 meters) using one CAT-5 cable. Also, it has the
capability to power a separate 5V DC device from the Receiver unit, sharing the
5V DC power, transmitted over the CAT-5 cable, up to 2 Amps at the Receiver
Unit. DVI-D is supported when used with an HDMI to DVI Adapter, providing
greater flexibility and options when integrating several home theater components.
This product also extends Ethernet and provides an IR back channel to control
AV sources using the same CAT-5 cable extension. 3D content is supported
when a 3DTV and a 3D source are connected to the Sender Unit. With the builtin IR Blaster, simply point the IR remote(s) at the display to control the Hi-Def
sources as if they were located in the same room as the display.
How It Works
The GefenPRO Extender for HDMI ELR with PoL over CAT5 Sender unit is
located next to a set-top box or DVD player source. Connect an HDMI source
with the supplied cables to the GefenPRO Extender for HDMI ELR with PoL over
CAT5 to the Sender Unit. The GefenPRO Extender for HDMI ELR with PoL over
CAT5 Receiver unit is located next to the display - up to 330 feet away from the
source. The HDTV display plugs into the back of the GefenPRO Extender for
HDMI ELR with PoL over CAT5 Receiver unit. One CAT-5 cable connects the
Sender and the Receiver units to each other. The Ethernet ports on both the
Sender and Receiver units are connected to standard network devices such as
Ethernet switches. Multichannel digital audio is embedded in the HDMI signal
(Dolby TrueHD / DTS-HD Master Audio).
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OPERATION NOTES
READ THESE NOTES BEFORE INSTALLING OR
OPERATING THE EXTENDER FOR HDMI ELR WITH POL OVER CAT5
•
The Extender for HDMI ELR with PoL over CAT5 units are housed in a metal
box for better RF shielding.
•
CAT-5 cables should not exceed 330 feet.
•
Shielded CAT-6 with metal RJ-45 connectors are recommended to safeguard
against random video flashes caused by electromagnetic interference (EMI).
•
The Extender for HDMI ELR with PoL over CAT5 features the ability
to generate compatible EDID and Hot Plug signals for troubleshooting
purposes when dealing with difficult interfacing issues between Source
devices and Displays. Refer to page 11 for details.
•
HDCP content is not supported when the unit is in DVI mode. See page 12
for details.
•
Ethernet works as a Full Duplex system.
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FEATURES
HDMI Features
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225 MHz (up to 12-bit YUV 444 @ 1080p)
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Deep Color
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x.v.Color
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Dolby® TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio™
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Lip-Sync
Features
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Extends HDMI at 1080p Full HD and 1920x1200 up to 330 feet
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Extends RS-232 up to 330 feet over a single CAT5
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Supports high bit-rate audio formats (Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master
Audio)
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Supports 3DTV
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Fully HDMI and HDCP compliant
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EDID management for rapid integration of source and display devices
•
Built-in IR Blaster allows IR remote control of source devices from remote
viewing location
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Internal 110 / 220 V AC Power Supply
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5V DC, 2 A Locking Power Supply output connector on Receiver unit
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Rack-mountable (with optional Gefen EXT-RACK-1U Rack Shelf)
•
Full-duplex Ethernet
Package Includes
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
Extender for HDMI ELR with PoL over CAT5 - Sender Unit
Extender for HDMI ELR with PoL over CAT5 - Receiver Unit
6 ft. HDMI locking cable (M-M)
AC power cord
User Manual
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SENDER UNIT LAYOUT
Front
1
Back
4
2
5
6
3
7
8
4
SENDER UNIT DESCRIPTIONS
1
Power Indicator
This LED will glow bright red once power has been applied to the unit.
2
110 / 220 V AC Power Receptacle
Connect the included AC power cord to the power receptacle.
3
Power Switch
Turn the power ON or OFF using this switch.
4
IR Blaster Port
Connect an IR Blaster cable (Gefen part # EXT-2IREMIT) from this port to the
Hi-Def source to control the source from the viewing location.
5
RS-232 Serial Port
Connect an RS-232 control device to this port when extending RS-232. This
serial port is also used to update the Sender Unit firmware.
6
Ethernet Input Jack
Connects the Sender to the network using Ethernet cabling.
7
Link Jack
Connects the Sender to the Receiver unit using CAT-5 cabling.
8
Locking HDMI Port
Connect a Hi-Def source device to this HDMI port, using the included HDMI
cable.
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RECEIVER UNIT LAYOUT
Front
1
2
Back
4
5
6
3
7
8
6
RECEIVER UNIT DESCRIPTIONS
1
IR Sensor
Receives signals from the Hi-Def source IR remote control. The IR signals are
sent back to the source device, when using an IR Blaster on the Sender.
2
Power Indicator
This LED will glow bright red once power has been applied to the unit.
3
5 V DC Locking Power Connector
Connect an optional locking (Gefen part no. CAB-PWR-06LL) or non-locking
(Gefen part no. CAB-PWR-06NL) to this power receptacle. This port supplies
5 V DC @ 2 A to power additional devices.
4
IR Extender Port
Connect an IR Extender (Gefen part no. EXT-RMT-EXTIR) cable from this port
to the Hi-Def source to extend the IR control.
5
RS-232 Serial Port
Used to extend RS-232. Connect the RS-232 controller to this port. This port is
also used to update the Receiver Unit firmware.
6
Ethernet Jack
Connects the Receiver Unit to the network device.
7
Link Jack
Connects the Receiver Unit to the Sender Unit using CAT-5 cabling.
8
Locking HDMI Port
Connect a Hi-Def source device to this HDMI port.
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CONNECTING THE EXTENDER
FOR HDMI ELR WITH POL OVER CAT5
1.
Connect the Hi-Def source to the Sender Unit using the included HDMI cable.
2.
Use an HDMI cable to connect the HDTV display to the Receiver Unit.
3.
Connect the Ethernet device/router to the Ethernet input port on the Sender
unit using a CAT-5, CAT-5e or CAT-6 cable. Connect the Ethernet output port
on the Receiver Unit to the remote device/router with a CAT-5, CAT-5e or
CAT-6 cable.
4.
Use a CAT-5 or CAT-6 cable up to 330 ft (100 meters) to connect the Link
ports on both the Sender Unit and Receiver Unit.
NOTE: If terminating network cables in the field, please adhere to the
TIA/EIA568B specification. See Page 14 for details.
5.
Connect the included AC power cord to the Sender Unit Plug the power
cord into an available electrical outlet.
NOTE: Connect an optional power cable (CAB-PWR-06LL or CAB-PWR06NL) to the Receiver Unit. The Receiver Unit supplies 5 V DC (@ 2A) to
power an additional device.
6.
Power on the HDTV display and the Hi-Def source.
CAT5 LINK CABLE
(Up to 300 ft)
CAT5 ETHERNET CABLE
HDMI CABLE
Ethernet Source
IR Eye
HDMI Source
Receiver
Sender
HD Display
EXT-HDMI1.3-CAT5-ELR
Attention: This product should always be connected to a grounded
electrical socket.
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DIP SWITCH CONFIGURATION
Sender Unit
The GefenPRO Extender for HDMI ELR with PoL over CAT5 contains DIP
switches on the bottom of the Sender Unit. Each DIP switch performs a different
function.
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•
Two DIP switches located on
the bottom of the Sender Unit.
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•
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DIP Switch 1 - Green Mode (Default = ON)
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OFF - Enable Green Mode
When DIP switch 1 on the Sender Unt is set to the OFF position, the Sender
Unit is placed in Green Mode. In this mode, the unit is not powered unless
+5V is detected on pin 18 of the HDMI cable. Green Mode consumes less
than 1 Watt of power.
•
ON - Disable Green Mode
If DIP switch 1 is set to the ON position, then the Sender Unit is always
powered.
Both the Sender Unit and Receiver Unit must be placed in Green
Mode in order to use the Green Mode feature.
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DIP SWITCH CONFIGURATION
Sender Unit
DIP Switch 2 - External Boot Loader Enable (Default = OFF)
•
OFF - Disable
Setting DIP switch 1 to the OFF position disables the boot loader function.
•
ON - Enable
Set DIP switch 1 to the ON position when using the bootloader to update the
firmware on the Sender Unit. In this mode, the Sender Unit will not function
as an Extender.
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DIP SWITCH CONFIGURATION
Receiver Unit
The GefenPRO Extender for HDMI ELR with PoL over CAT5 contains DIP
switches on the bottom of the Receiver Unit. Each of these DIP switch performs
a different function.
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See the next page for a description of the DIP switches.
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DIP SWITCH CONFIGURATION
Receiver Unit
DIP Switch 1 - EDID Mode (Default = OFF)
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ON - Pass-Through Mode
DDC and HPD are passed through. Both the connection status and the full
video capabilities of the monitor are used by the source device.
•
OFF - Local EDID Mode
Local EDID is used instead of the EDID from the display device. EDID
features newer than HDMI 1.3 are removed when the display is read. This
provides a general EDID which is compatible with more displays.
DIP Switch 2 - Hot Plug Detect (Default = OFF)*
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ON - HPD Pass-Through
HPD follows upstream HPD towards the source. The HPD signal will reflect
the connection status between the display device and the source device. If
the source or monitor is temporarily disconnected then reconnected, there
will be a delay of 20 - 30 seconds before the content is restored to the
monitor.
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OFF - HPD Always High
The HPD signal remains high regardless of the downstream HPD state.
If the source or monitor does not properly handle HPD (no picture after
connecting / reconnecting source or display), set this DIP switch to the OFF
position.
DIP Switch 3 - Supports DVI Connections (Default = ON)*
•
ON - Disable HDCP
If a DVI connection is used, set DIP 3 to the ON position. DVI is supported
by disabling HDCP pass-through.
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OFF - Enable HDCP
If an HDMI device is connected, set DIP 3 in the OFF position.
*DIP switch 2 is only operational when using Local EDID (DIP 1 = OFF)
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DIP SWITCH CONFIGURATION
Receiver Unit
DIP Switch 4 - Green Mode (Default = OFF)
•
OFF - Enable Green Mode
When DIP switch 1 on the Receiver Unt is set to the OFF position, the
Receiver Unit is placed in Green Mode. In this mode, the unit is not powered
unless +5V is detected on pin 18 of the HDMI cable. Green Mode consumes
less than 1 Watt of power.
•
ON - Disable Green Mode
If DIP switch 1 is set to the ON position, then the Receiver Unit is always
powered.
Both the Sender Unit and Receiver Unit must be placed in Green
Mode in order to use the Green Mode feature.
DIP Switch 5 - External Boot Loader Enable (Default = OFF)
•
OFF - Disable
Setting DIP switch 1 to the OFF position disables the boot loader function.
•
ON - Enable
Set DIP switch 1 to the ON position when using the bootloader to update the
firmware on the Sender Unit. In this mode, the Sender Unit will not function
as an Extender.
DIP Switch 6 - Not Used
•
Reserved for future expansion.
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NETWORK CABLE WIRING DIAGRAM
Gefen recommends the TIA/EIA-568-B wiring option. Please adhere to the table
below when field terminating cable for use with Gefen products.
Pin
Color
1
Orange / White
2
Orange
3
Green / White
4
Blue
5
Blue / White
6
Green
7
Brown / White
8
Brown
12345678
CAT-5, CAT-5e, and CAT-6 cabling comes in stranded and solid core types.
Gefen recommends using solid core cabling. CAT-6 cable is also recommended.
It is recommended to use one continuous run from one end to the other. In some
cases, connecting through a patch bay might not work.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Cable recommendations
Solid core CAT-5e cable rated at 350 MHz and terminated in 568a or 568b is the
minimum requirement. For resolutions greater than 1280x1024 or 1080i, Gefen
recommends solid shielded CAT-6 cables.
No video
Make sure that DIP switch 2 on the Sender Unit is set to the OFF position. Also
make sure that DIP switch 5 on the Receiver Unit is set to the OFF position. If
either of these DIP switches are in the ON position (External Boot Loader Enable,
see page 10 and 13) then the Sender Unit or Receiver Unit will not function as an
extender. Next, make sure that the CAT-5 cable, connecting the Sender Unit and
Receiver Unit is connected to the LINK port. If this does not solve the issue, try
disconnecting and then reconnecting the AC power cord from the Sender Unit.
Also, verify that both units are working with short CAT-5e cables (15 - 20 feet).
Intermittent loss of video
Flickering or a blinking image is the result of a loss of sync between the display
and the source. Try lowering the source resolution (e.g. from 1080p to 720p). If
this solves the issue, then the CAT-5 cables being used to connect the Sender
Unit and the Receiver Unit are unable to handle the bandwidth of the higher
resolution and thus you are losing sync. Replace the existing CAT-5 cables with
a shielded CAT-6 cable. Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) from fluorescent
lights, generators, and A/C unit motors can also cause intermittent loss of video.
Shielded CAT-6 cable with the drain wire soldered to the connectors will resolve
the issue. Also make sure to eliminate any patch panels and wall plates. Patch
panels and wall plates are prone to EMI if they are not shielded properly.
Image is tinted green or pink
An image that is tinted green or pink is the result of the incorrect color space
being transmitted. Make sure that the display and source both support the same
color space. Setting DIP switch 1 on the Receiver Unit, to the OFF position, will
use the Local EDID. EDID features newer than HDMI 1.3 are removed when
the display is read. This provides a general EDID which is compatible with more
displays.
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GLOSSARY
A
ADC
Apple Display Connector. The ADC interface is a proprietary interface developed
by Apple that combines analog and digital signals, USB, and power in a single
cable.
C
CAT-5
Category-5 cable, commonly known as Cat-5, is an unshielded twisted pair type
cable designed for high signal integrity. The actual standard defines specific
electrical properties of the wire, but it is most commonly known as being rated
for its Ethernet capability of 100 Mbit/s. Its specific standard designation is EIA/
TIA-568. Cat 5 cable typically has three twists per inch of each twisted pair of 24
gauge copper wires within the cable.
CAT-5e
Similar to Cat 5 cable, but is enhanced to support speeds of up to 1000 megabits
per second.
CRT
An acronym for Cathode Ray Tube: a common type of computer display
hardware.
D
DDC
Short form for Display Data Channel. It is a VESA standard for communication
between a monitor and a video adapter. Using DDC, a monitor can inform the
video card about its properties, such as maximum resolution and color depth.
The video card can then use this information to ensure that the user is presented
with valid options for configuring the display.
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GLOSSARY
DDWG
An acronym for Digital Display Working Group. DDWG are the creators of the
DVI specification.
Dolby Digital®
This is a digital surround sound technology used in movie theaters and upscale
home theater systems that enhances audio. Home theater components with this
technology work in conjunction with a “8.1-speaker” system (Eight speakers plus
a low-frequency subwoofer) to produce true-to-life audio that draws the listener
into the onscreen action.
DTS™
DTS is the acronym for Digital Theater Systems. DTS is a discrete 8.1 channel
surround system similar to Dolby Digital. Dolby Digital is the DTV standard, but
DTS competes with Dolby on DVD and in the movie theaters.
DVI
The acronym for Digital Visual Interface. DVI is the connection standard
developed by Intel for connecting computers to digital monitors such as flat
panels and DLP projectors. A consumer electronics version, not necessarily
compatible with the PC version, is used as a connection standard for HDTV
tuners and displays. Transmits an uncompressed digital signal to the display.
E
EDID
The acronym for Extended Display Identification Data. The EDID is a data
structure provided by a digital display to describe its capabilities to a video source
device. EDID is defined and standardized by the Video Electronics Standards
Association (VESA). Among other things, the EDID includes manufacturer name,
ID, serial number, product type, and timings supported by the display.
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GLOSSARY
F
Fiber Optic
Refers to the medium and the technology associated with the transmission of
information as light pulses along a glass or plastic wire or fiber. Optical fiber
carries much more information than conventional copper wire and is in general
not subject to electromagnetic interference and the need to retransmit signals.
H
HDCP
High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection. Created by Intel, HDCP is used
with HDTV signals over DVI and HDMI connections and on D-Theater D-VHS
recordings to prevent unauthorized duplication of copy written material.
HDMI
The High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) is an industry-supported,
uncompressed, all-digital audio/video interface. HDMI provides an interface
between any compatible digital audio/video source, such as a set-top box, DVD
player, and A/V receiver and a compatible digital audio and/or video monitor,
such as a digital television (DTV).
HD-SDI
HD-SDI is the acronym for High-Definition Serial Digital Interface. HD-SDI
provides a data rate of 1.485 Gb/s for high-definition video and audio.
HDTV
High-Definition Television. The high-resolution subset of our DTV system. The
ATSC defines HDTV as a 16:9 image with twice the horizontal and vertical
resolution of our existing system, accompanied by 5.1 channels of Dolby Digital
audio. The CEA defines HDTV as an image with 720 progressive or 1080
interlaced active (top to bottom) scan lines. 1280 x 720p and 1920 x 1080i are
typically accepted as high-definition scan rates.
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GLOSSARY
I
IEEE 1394a
A type of cabling technology for transferring data to and from digital devices
at high speed. Some professional digital cameras and memory card readers
connect to the computer over FireWire. FireWire card readers are typically
faster than those that connect via USB. Also known as IEEE 1394, FireWire was
invented by Apple Computer but is now commonly used with Windows-based
PCs as well.
IR remote
A type of wireless transmission using infrared light waves.
K
KVM
An acronym for Keyboard / Video / Mouse. A KVM switch is a hardware device
that allows control of multiple computers from a single keyboard, video monitor
and mouse.
L
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display. A display that consists of two polarizing transparent panels
and a liquid crystal surface sandwiched in between. Voltage is applied to certain
areas, causing the crystal to turn dark. A light source behind the panel transmits
through transparent crystals and is mostly blocked by dark crystals.
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GLOSSARY
N
NTSC
NTSC is an acronym for National Television Systems Committee. NTSC is the
current analog television standard used in North America, most of South America,
Burma, South Korea, Taiwan, Japan, and the Philippines.
P
PAL
An acronym for Phase Alternate Line. PAL is the analog television display
standard that is used in Europe and certain other parts of the world. North
America uses the NTSC standard. PAL typically uses 625 scan lines, compared
to the NTSC standard of 525 scan lines.
PS/2
A serial interface developed by IBM for the purpose of connecting a keyboard or
mouse to a PC. The PS/2 port has a mini DIN plug containing 6 pins. PS/2 ports
are used so that the serial port can be used by another device.
R
RS-232
The acronym for Recommended Standard 232. RS-232 is the name for a series
of standards for serial data and control signals frequently used by computers
serial ports.
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GLOSSARY
S
SDI
SDI is the acronym for Serial Digital Interface. SDI is used for standard definition
applications (SMPTE 259M) with bit rates of 270 Mb/s, 360 Mb/s, 143 Mb/s,
and 177 Mb/s. 270 Mb/s is the most common. Bit rates below 270 Mb/s were
designed for the digital transmission of composite (NTSC or PAL) video. See
HD-SDI.
SMPTE
The acronym for Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers. SMPTE
was founded in 1916 and is an international professional association, based
in the U.S. SMPTE has over 400 standards and engineering guidelines
for television, motion pictures, digital cinema, as well as audio and medical
applications.
S/PDIF
S/PDIF is the acronym for Sony / Philips Digital Interconnect Format but is more
commonly known as Sony / Philips Digital Interface. S/PDIF is a digital audio
interface used in consumer audio equipment used to carry digital audio signals
over a relatively short distance. The digital signal is transmitted over a coaxial
cable with RCA connectors.
T
TOSLINK
TOSLINK is an abbreviated format of the two words Toshiba Link. TOSLINK
is a standardized optical fiber connection system used to transmit digital audio
between various pieces of consumer audio equipment. TOSLINK can support
several different audio formats including LPCM, Dolby®, and DTS™.
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GLOSSARY
U
USB
USB is an acronym for Universal Serial Bus. USB can connect computer
peripherals such as mice, keyboards, digital cameras, printers, personal media
players, flash drives, Network Adapters, and external hard drives. For the most
part, USB has made interfaces such as serial and parallel ports obsolete.
V
VESA
VESA (Video Electronics Standards Association) is an international standards
entity for computer graphics. The initial goal of VESA was to produce a standard
for the 800 x 600 SVGA resolution displays. However, the VESA standard
has produced several standards which relate to the function of video devices
on personal computers. DisplayPort is also a VESA technology that supports
connections to digital displays.
VGA
Video Graphics Array (VGA) initially refers to the display hardware which was
introduced with the IBM PS/2 line of computers in 1987. However, it is also used
to define the 15-pin D-subminiature VGA connector, as well as a resolution of
640 x 480.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Maximum Pixel Clock .............................................................................. 225 MHz
Input Video Signal .............................................................................. 1.2 Volts p-p
Input DDC Signal ......................................................................... 5 Volts p-p (TTL)
HDMI Input Connector (Sender) ......................................... 19-pin, Type A, female
HDMI Output Connector (Receiver) ................................... 19-pin, Type A, female
RS-232 Connector (Sender) ........................................................ (1) DB-9, female
RS-232 Connector (Receiver) ........................................................ (1) DB-9, male
Ethernet Connector (Sender / Receiver) ................................. (1) RJ-45, shielded
Ethernet ................................................................................................ Full Duplex
Link Connectors (Sender / Receiver) ....................................... (1) RJ-45, shielded
IR Blaster connector (Sender) ..................................... (1) 3.5 mm mini-mono jack
IR Extender connector (Receiver) .............................. (1) 3.5 mm mini-stereo jack
Power Supply (Sender) ......................................... 110 / 240 V AC, IEC connector
Power Output Connector (Receiver) ............................................. 5 V DC, locking
Dimensions (Sender / Receiver) ...................................... 8.4” W x 1.7” H x 6.7” D
Shipping Weight ............................................................................................ 8 lbs.
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WARRANTY
Gefen warrants the equipment it manufactures to be free from defects in material
and workmanship.
If equipment fails because of such defects and Gefen is notified within two (2)
years from the date of shipment, Gefen will, at its option, repair or replace the
equipment, provided that the equipment has not been subjected to mechanical,
electrical, or other abuse or modifications. Equipment that fails under conditions
other than those covered will be repaired at the current price of parts and labor in
effect at the time of repair. Such repairs are warranted for ninety (90) days from
the day of reshipment to the Buyer.
This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied, including
without limitation, any implied warranty or merchantability or fitness for any
particular purpose, all of which are expressly disclaimed.
1.
Proof of sale may be required in order to claim warranty.
2.
Customers outside the US are responsible for shipping charges to and from
Gefen.
3.
Copper cables are limited to a 30 day warranty and cables must be in their
original condition.
The information in this manual has been carefully checked and is believed to
be accurate. However, Gefen assumes no responsibility for any inaccuracies
that may be contained in this manual. In no event will Gefen be liable for
direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages resulting from
any defect or omission 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.
For the latest warranty coverage information, please visit Gefen’s Warranty web
page at http://www.gefen.com/kvm/aboutus/warranty.jsp
PRODUCT REGISTRATION
Please register your product online by visiting Gefen’s web site at
http://www.gefen.com/kvm/Registry/Registration.jsp
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