PureLink PT-E-HD50 User guide

PureLink PT-E-HD50 User guide
HDMI Extender over Single Cat.X with RS-232,
2-way IR, Ethernet & PoE
User’s Guide
Model no.
PT-E-HD50
Designed in Germany
Made in Taiwan
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Table of Contents
Section 1: Getting Started .................................................................................................. 3
1.1
Safety and Notice .................................................................................................. 3
1.2
Introduction .......................................................................................................... 3
1.3
Package Contents .................................................................................................. 4
1.4
Panel Descriptions ................................................................................................. 4
1.5
Installation ............................................................................................................ 6
Section 2: Specifications .................................................................................................... 7
Section 3: Notice ................................................................................................................ 8
Section 4: Performance Guide ........................................................................................... 8
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Section 1: Getting Started
1.1
Safety and Notice
Please read all of these instructions carefully before you use the device. Save this manual for future
reference.
The PT-E-HD50 HDMI Extender over Single Cat.X with RS-232,2-way IR, Ethernet & PoE has been tested for
conformance to safety regulations and requirements, and has been certified for international use. However, like all
electronic equipments, the PT-E-HD50 should be used with care. Please read and follow the safety instructions to
protect yourself from possible injury and to minimize the risk of damage to the unit.
 Follow all instructions and warnings marked on this unit.
 Do not attempt to service this unit yourself, except where explained in this manual.
 Provide proper ventilation and air circulation and do not use near water.
 Keep objects that might damage the device and assure that the placement of this unit is on a stable
surface.
 Use only the power adapter and power cords and connection cables designed for this unit.
 Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners to clean this unit. Always unplug the power to the device before
cleaning.
1.2
Introduction
Introduction
The PT-E-HD50 HDMI Extender over Single Cat.X with RS-232,2-way IR, Ethernet & PoE boosts up
your video/audio transmission distance up to m (ft) in HDTV 1080p with 48-bit color depth. PT-E-HD50 also
supports the most advanced 3D video format complaint with HDMI specification and therefore guarantees
the highest 3D video compatibility on the market. With only one cost effective Cat.5/5e/6 cable, users can
readily extend HDTV sources from DVD players, Blu-ray Disc player, PS3, PC, and any other kinds of sources
compliant with TMDS to distant display monitors including HDMI or DVI enabled TV sets or LCD PC
monitors. With the advanced design for the latest HDMI technology, deep color video, DTS-HD or Dolby
TrueHD audio, and HDCP supports and compatibility are all further insured. This flexibility makes HDCP
compliant DVD players or PS3 transmit utmost high quality video and audio with a greater distance at the
minimal cost, when integrating several components apart. In addition, PT-E-HD50 is also equipped with
bi-directional IR pass-through path and RS-232 serial port control. These bonus features allow users to
boost IR control distance up to 100m (330 ft) and makes IR control possible through only single Cat.5/5e/6
cable including HDMI signals. In addition, serial port offers the convenient path for interactive application,
such as touch panels. In addition, PT-E-HD50 also supports POE (Power over Cable) which can power both
units from TX or RX with power supply.
The PT-E-HD50 includes two units: transmitting unit PT-E-HD50-TX and receiving unit PT-E-HD50-RX.
The transmitting unit is used to capture the input HDMI / DVI signals with IR control packets and carry the
signals via one cost effective Cat.5/5e/6 cable. The receiving unit is responsible for equalizing the
transmitted HDMI signal and reconstructing IR and serial control signals. PT-E-HD50 offers the most
convenient solution for digital signage with long distance A/V transmission path, and with 10G
transmission width ready, PT-E-HD50 is ready for your next HDMI generation and applications!
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Support HDMI Deep Color, full 3D & [email protected] (HDBaseT technology)
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Extend the transmission up to 100m (330ft) from the HDMI source at Full HD 1080p 48-bit
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Support POE(Power over Cable) which can power both units from TX or RX with power supply.
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HDCP & EDID Bypass
CEC support
Auto equalization
Pure unaltered uncompressed 7.1ch digital HDMI over Cat.5/5e/6 cable transmission
DTS-HD Master Audio and Dolby TrueHD high bit rate audio support
Support full frequency IR signal from 20KHz to 60KHz
Bi-directional IR path-through
Full Duplex RS-232 control up to 115,200 bps through connector
Integrated Ethernet port for LAN/ network device
Wall mounting housing design for easy and robust installation
*The length depends on the characteristics and quality of the cables. Higher resolutions
and longer transmission distances require low skew cables (<25ns/100m) for best
performance. Unshielded CAT6 with metal RJ-45 connectors is recommended.
1.3
Package Contents
Before you start the installation of the switch, please check the package contents.
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PT-E-HD50 [TX & RX]
DC 24V in-line with C7 power cord
IR blaster
IR receiver
User’s Guide
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Panel Descriptions
FRONT PANEL — PT-E-HD50, transmitting unit (TX)
IR TX: Infrared 3.5mm socket for plugging in the extension cable of IR blaster
IR RX: Infrared 3.5mm socket for plugging in the extension cable of IR receiver
HDMI IN: Connects to a HDMI source with a HDMI male-male cable
Ethernet
LED: Power indicator
+24V DC: Connect to a 5V DC power supply.
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REAR PANEL — PT-E-HD50, transmitting unit (TX)
DIP Switch: PIN#1: Setup the RS-232 mode for serial communication channel.
PIN#2: For Firmware Update
RS-232: Connect to serial port device with a DSUB-9 male-male or male-female cable here
RJ45: Plug in a Cat-5/5e/6 cable that needs to be linked to the transmitting unit PT-E-HD50-RX.
LED: TX/RX link indicator
FRONT PANEL — PT-E-HD50, receiving unit (RX)
IR TX: Infrared 3.5mm socket for plugging in the extension cable of IR blaster
IR RX: Infrared 3.5mm socket for plugging in the extension cable of IR receiver
HDMI OUT: Connect to a HDMI display with a HDMI male-male cable
Ethernet
LED: Power indicator
+24V DC: Connect to a 5V DC power supply.
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REAR PANEL — PT-E-HD50, receiving unit (RX)
DIP Switch: PIN#1: Setup the RS-232 mode for serial communication channel.
PIN#2: For Firmware Update
RS-232: Connect to serial port device with a DSUB-9 male-male or male-female cable here
RJ45: Plug in a Cat-5/5e/6 cable that needs to be linked to the transmitting unit PT-E-HD50-TX.
LED: TX/RX link indicator
DIP Switch Position
Description
TX & RX
ON []
PIN#1
OFF []
PIN#2
TxD: The 2nd pin of RS-232, which is in charge of sending data
RxD: The 3rd pin of RS-232, which is in charge of receiving data
TxD: The 3rd pin of RS-232, which is in charge of sending data
RxD: The 2nd pin of RS-232, which is in charge of receiving data
ON []
Firmware Update
OFF []
Normal
1.5 Installation
1. Connect a HDMI or DVI source (such as a Blu-ray Disc player) to the transmitting unit PT-E-HD50-TX.
2. Connect a HDMI or DVI display (such as a LCD TV) to the receiving unit PT-E-HD50-RX.
3. Connect IR Blaster/Receiver to both TX and RX units.
4. Connect USB cable to PC/Laptop
5. Connect a Cat-5/5e/6 cable between the transmitting and receiving units.
6. Make sure this Cat-5/5e/6 cable is tightly connected and not loose.
7. Plug in 24V DC power supply unit to the power jack of the transmitting unit PT-E-HD50-TX.
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Section 2: Specifications
Item
Units
Unit Description
HDMI compliance
HDCP compliance
Video bandwidth
Video support
HDMI over UTP
Audio support
Equalization
Input TMDS signal
Input DDC signal
ESD protection
PCB stack-up
IR pass-thru
RS-232 support
Ethernet support
POE support
Input
Output
In / Out
HDMI source control
HDMI connector
Min DIN connector
RJ-45 connector
Rotary control switch
3.5mm connector
Description
PT-E-HD50-TX
PT-E-HD50-RX
Transmitter
Receiver
HDMI Deep Color, full 3D & [email protected]
Yes
Single-link 340MHz [10.2Gbps]
480i / 480p / 720p / 1080i / 1080p60
[email protected] 100m (330ft) [CAT5e]
Surround sound [up to 7.1ch] or stereo digital audio
Auto
1.2 Volts [peak-to-peak]
5 Volts [peak-to-peak, TTL]
[1] Human body model — ±19kV [air-gap discharge] & ±12kV [contact discharge]
[2] Core chipset — ±8kV
6-layer board [impedance control — differential 100Ω; single 50Ω]
Bi-directional
Yes
Yes
Yes
1x HDMI
1x RJ-45(Video)
1x 3.5mm
1x 3.5mm
1x RJ-45(Video)
1x HDMI
1x 3.5mm
1x 3.5mm
1x DIN9
1x DIN9
1x RJ-45(Ethernet)
1x RJ-45(Ethernet)
Controllable via IR pass-through from RX to TX with IR extenders
Type A [19-pin female]
DIN-9
WE/SS 8P8C(Reverse Mode)
None
IR receiver / IR blaster
IR receiver / IR blaster
Environmental
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Relative Humidity
32˚ ~ 104˚F (0˚ to 40˚C)
-4˚ ~ 140˚F (-20˚ ~ 60˚C)
20~90% RH (no condensation)
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Section 3: Notice
1.
All HDMI over CAT5 transmission distances are measured using Belden 1583A CAT5e 125MHz UTP
cable and ASTRODESIGN Video Signal Generator VG-859C & VG-870B.
2.
Incorrect placement of IR Blaster and Receiver may result in the failure of the IR extenders. Please
check carefully before plugging in the IR extender to the respective IR sockets. Warranty will not
cover the damage.
3. The transmission length is largely affected by the type of Cat-5/5e/6 cables, the type of HDMI sources,
and the type of HDMI display. The testing result shows solid UTP cables (usually in the form of 300m
[1,000ft] bulk cables) can transmit a lot longer signals than stranded UTP cables (usually in the form
of fixed length patch cords). Shielded STP cables are better suited than unshielded UTP cables. A
solid UTP Cat-5e cable shows longer transmission range than stranded STP Cat-6 cable. For long
extension applications, solid UTP/STP cables are the only viable choice.
4.
EIA/TIA-568-B termination (T568B) for Cat-5/5e/6 cables is recommended for better performance.
5.
To reduce the interference among the unshielded twisted pairs of wires in Cat-5/5e/6 cable, one can
use shielded STP cables to improve EMI problems, which is worsen in long transmission.
6.
Because the quality of the CAT5/6 cables has the major effect on how long the transmission limit can
achieve and how good is the received picture quality, the actual transmission range is subject to one’s
choice of Cat-5/5e/6 cables. For desired resolutions greater than 1080i or 1280x1024, a Cat-6 cable
is recommended.
7.
If your HDMI display has multiple HDMI inputs, it is found that the first HDMI input [HDMI input #1]
generally can produce better transmission performance among all HDMI inputs.
Section 4: Performance Guide
Performance rating
Wiring
Solid
Stranded
Type of CAT5/6 cable
Shielding
CAT5
CAT5e
CAT6
Unshielded (UTP)
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Shielded (STP)
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Unshielded (UTP)
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Shielded (STP)
Termination
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Please use EIA/TIA-568-B termination (T568B) at any time
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