4x1 Switcher for HDMI w/HDR
*Preferred
600 MHz
4K ULTRA
4x1 Switcher for HDMI w/HDR
4K 60 Hz 4:4:4
HDCP 2.2 & Auto Switching
EXT-UHD600-41
User Manual
Release A2
Important Safety Instructions
1.
Read these instructions.
2.
Keep these instructions.
3.
Heed all warnings.
4.
Follow all instructions.
5.
Do not use this product near water.
6.
Clean only with a dry cloth.
7.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
8.
Do not install or place this product near any heat sources such as radiators, heat
registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized
plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two
blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for
your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12. To reduce the risk of electric shock and/or damage to this product, never handle or
touch this unit or power cord if your hands are wet or damp. Do not expose this
product to rain or moisture.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the
apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is
damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus,
the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally,
or has been dropped.
15. Batteries that may be included with this product and/or accessories should never be
exposed to open flame or excessive heat. Always dispose of used batteries
according to the instructions.
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Warranty Information
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, refer to the Warranty and Return Policy under
the Support section of the Gefen Web site at www.gefen.com.
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Licensing
This product uses software that is subject to open source licenses, including one or more
of the General Public License Version 2 and Version 2.1, Lesser General Public License
Version 2.1 and Version 3, BSD, and BSD-style licenses. Distribution and use of this
product is subject to the license terms and limitations of liability provided in those licenses.
Specific license terms and Copyright Notifications are provided in the source code.
For three years from date of activation of this product, any party may request, and we
will supply, for software covered by an applicable license (e.g. GPL or LGPL), a complete
machine-readable copy of the corresponding open source code on a medium customarily
used for software interchange. The following software and libraries are included with this
product and subject to their respective open source licenses:
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•
jQuery
Linux
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Contacting Gefen Technical Support
Technical Support
(707) 283-5900
(800) 472-5555
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday - Friday, Pacific Time
Email
support@gefen.com
Web
http://www.gefen.com
Mailing Address
Gefen
Core Brands, LLC
c/o Customer Service
1800 S McDowell Blvd
Petaluma, CA 94954 USA
Product Registration
Register your product here: http://www.gefen.com/kvm/Registry/Registration.jsp
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Operating Notes
•
The Gefen Syner-G Software Suite is a free downloadable application from Gefen
that provides a variety of useful tools, including automatic download and installation of
firmware upgrades for this product. Always make sure that this product is running the
latest firmware.
Important
Cable quality is critical when handling 600 MHz HDMI signals. It is highly
recommend that Gefen Locking HDMI cables be used in the installation.
Gefen HDMI cables have been designed and tested to work at 600 MHz
and reliably transport the full 18 Gbps throughput of HDMI 2.0.
© 2016 Core Brands, LLC. All Rights Reserved. All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
Gefen and Core Brands LLC reserve the right to make changes in the hardware, packaging, and any accompanying
documentation without prior written notice.
This product uses UL-Listed power supplies
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Features and Packing List
Features
•
Routes up to four Ultra Hi-Def sources to one Ultra HD display
•
Supports resolutions up to 4K DCI-Cinema (4096 x 2160 at 60 Hz, 4:4:4), 4K Ultra HD
(3860 x 2160 at 60Hz, 4:4:4), 1080p Full HD, & 1920x1200 (WUXGA)
•
Supports HDCP 2.2 and 1.4
•
Supports HDR (High Dynamic Range) 10-bit Deep Color at 4K 60 Hz 4:2:0 and 4K 24
Hz 4:4:4
•
Supports 12-bit Deep Color at 1080p 60 Hz 4:4:4
•
3DTV pass-through
•
Lip Sync pass-through
•
Advanced EDID and HDCP Management via Web Server Interface for rapid
integration of sources and display
•
Supports uncompressed LPCM digital audio up to 7.1 channels
•
Supports up to 7.1 channels of HBR (High Bit Rate) digital audio including Dolby
Atmos®, Dolby® TrueHD, DTS:X™, and DTS-HD Master Audio™
•
Supports the use of DVI sources and DVI displays up to 1080p Full HD and
1920x1200 (WUXGA), with HDMI-to-DVI adapters (not included)
•
Configurable Automatic Input Switching selects the most recent connected or
powered-up source
•
Front Panel Push button Input Selector routes one of the 4 connected sources to the
display, or “Blocks” (turns off) the input
•
RS-232 Serial interface for use with an automation control system
•
IP control via Telnet, UDP, and the built-in web server interface
•
IR remote control
•
Small surface-mountable IR Extender module allows the switcher to be hidden away
behind the display or in the equipment closet
•
Gefen Syner-G™ software’s Discovery and Show-Me features simplify initial IP
configuration
•
In-field firmware update via Web Server Interface
•
Long Reach Power (LRP) provides 500 mA at 5V on pin 18 of HDMI output. Enables
select extender devices to be powered through their HDMI input port
600 MHz ensures reliable operation
Locking power connector
4K ULTRA
60Hz, 4:4:4
Low-profile, surface-mountable enclosure can be surface mounted, placed on a shelf,
or hidden away behind the display
•
•
600 MHz
4K ULTRA
60Hz, 4:4:4
4K
CINEMA
CINEMA
4K
H
D
R
DCI, 4096 x 2160, 30Hz
DCI, 4096 x 2160, 30Hz
High Dynamic Range
1080P
H
D
R
Deep Color Support
High Dynamic Range
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HDCP 2.2
Features and Packing List
Packing List
The Ultra HD 600 MHz 4x1 Switcher for HDMI w/ HDR ships with the items listed below.
The packing contents of the Sender and Receiver unit are listed below. If any of these
items are not present in the box when you first open it, immediately contact your dealer or
Gefen.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
1 x Ultra HD 600 MHz 4x1 Switcher for HDMI w/ HDR
1 x 5V Power Supply w US/EU/UK/AU plugs
1 x IR Extender Module (EXT-RMT-EXTIRN)
1 x Hand-held IR Remote
2 x Surface Mounting L-Brackets
4 x M3 6 mm Machine screws for mounting the L-Brackets to unit
2 x 6-32 5 mm Machine screws for mounting the unit to Gefen EXT-RACK-1U-GRY
(available separately)
4 x Self-Adhesive Rubber Feet
1 x Quick-Start Guide
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Table of Contents
1
Getting Started
Introduction............................................................................................................ 2
Front Panel..................................................................................................... 2
Rear Panel..................................................................................................... 3
IR Remote Control......................................................................................... 4
Installing the Batteries.................................................................................... 5
Setting the IR Channel................................................................................... 6
Installation.............................................................................................................. 7
Connection Instructions.................................................................................. 7
Sample Application Diagram.......................................................................... 8
2
Basic Operation
Switching Inputs................................................................................................... 12
Using the Front Panel Buttons..................................................................... 12
Using the IR Remote Control....................................................................... 13
The Web Interface................................................................................................ 14
Introduction to the Web Interface................................................................. 14
Routing......................................................................................................... 18
Input and Output Status............................................................................... 19
Changing Input and Output Names.............................................................. 20
HPD Control................................................................................................. 21
HDCP........................................................................................................... 22
Icon Selection............................................................................................... 24
Setting the EDID Mode................................................................................ 25
Copying EDID Data...................................................................................... 27
Getting EDID Information............................................................................. 29
Uploading and Downloading EDID Data...................................................... 30
Configuring Network Settings....................................................................... 33
System Settings........................................................................................... 39
3
Advanced Operation
Using Telnet, UDP, and RS-232........................................................................... 48
Telnet Configuration..................................................................................... 48
UDP Configuration....................................................................................... 48
RS-232 Configuration................................................................................... 49
Commands........................................................................................................... 50
4Appendix
Network Cable Diagram..................................................................................... 120
Specifications..................................................................................................... 121
Index.................................................................................................................. 123
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4K ULTRA
4x1 Switcher for HDMI w/HDR
1
Getting Started
Introduction
Page Title
Getting Started
Front Panel
1
Select
®
5
1
2
3
4
Off
Reset
6
IR
Power
4K Ultra HD 600 MHz 4x1 Switcher w/HDR
4K 60 Hz 4:4:4, HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2
2
3
4
EXT-UHD600-41
ID
IR In/Ext
Name
Output (LRP)
In 1
In 2
In 3
In 4
Description
RS-232
IP Control
5V DC
1
Select
Press and release this button to switch
between each of the inputs and the Off
indicator.
2
Input Indicators (1 - 4)
Each of these LED indicators represent an
input on the rear panel of the switcher. When
an input is selected, using the Select button,
it will glow bright green. If the selected
source is not active, then the indicator will
glow amber.
3
Off
When this LED indicator is selected, it will
glow bright green. In this state, none of the
inputs will be active.
4
Reset
Press and hold this button for 3 seconds to
reset the switcher to factory-default settings.
5
IR
This IR sensor receives signals from the
included IR remote control unit.
6
Power
This LED indicator will glow bright blue
when the included 5V DC power supply is
connected from the switcher to an available
electrical outlet.
page | 2
Introduction
Page Title
Select
Getting Started
®
1
2
4K 60 Hz 4:4:4, HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2
1
3
4
Off
Reset
Rear Panel
2
Power
IR
4K Ultra HD 600 MHz 4x1 Switcher w/HDR
3
4
5
6
EXT-UHD600-41
IR In/Ext
Output (LRP)
In 1
In 2
In 3
In 4
RS-232
IP Control
5V DC
ID
Name
Description
1
IR In/Ext
Connect an IR extender (Gefen part no.
EXT-RMT-EXTIRN) or an electrical IR
cable from an automation system to this
port.
2
Output (LRP)
Connect a locking HDMI cable from this
HDMI port to an Ultra HD display.
3
In 1 - In 4
Connect a locking HDMI cable from an Ultra
HD source to each of these HDMI ports.
4
RS-232
Connect an RS-232 cable from this port to
an RS-232 device. See Using Telnet,
UDP, and RS-232 (page 48) for more
information.
5
IP Control
Connect an Ethernet cable between
this jack and a LAN to use IP control.
See Using Telnet, UDP, and RS-232 (page
48) for more information.
6
5V DC
Connect the included locking 5V DC power
supply to this power receptacle.
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Introduction
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
*Preferred
®
RMT-41
®
R03,1.5V
*Preferred
R03,1.5V
R03,1.5V
1
1
R03,1.5V
Getting Started
IR Remote Control
ON
ON
1 2
1 2
2
3
RMT-41
ID
Name
Description
1
Input buttons (1 - 4)
Press these buttons to select the desired
input when performing routing operations.
Each button corresponds to an In port
(1 - 4) on the rear panel of the switcher.
2
Battery compartment
(shown open)
Accepts two 1.5V AAA-type batteries.
See the next page for more information.
3
DIP switches
Sets the IR channel of the IR remote
control. In order for the IR remote control
to communicate with the switcher, both the
IR remote control and the switcher must be
set to the same IR channel. See System
Settings (page 39) for information on
setting the IR channel of the switcher.
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Introduction
Getting Started
Installing the Batteries
1.
Remove the back cover the IR remote control unit.
2.
Insert two 1.5V AAA-type batteries, as shown, within the battery compartment.
1
2
3
_
+
R03,1.5V
4
R03,1.5V
_
+
ON
*Preferred
1 2
®
RMT-41
3.
Replace the back cover.
Warning!
Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type. Dispose of used
batteries according to the instructions.
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R03,1.5
R03,1.5
Use the following DIP switch settings to set the IR channel of the IR remote control.
In order for the included IR remote control to communicate with the matrix, the IR remote
control must be set to the same channel as the matrix. See System Settings (page 39)
for more information.
Channel 1 (default):
Channel 2:
ON
ON
1 2
1 2
DIP1 = OFF
DIP2 = OFF
DIP1 = ON
DIP2 = OFF
Channel 3:
Channel 4:
ON
ON
1 2
1 2
+
_
R03,1.5V
R03,1.5V
Getting Started
R03,1.5V
R03,1.5V
Setting the IR Channel
Introduction
DIP1 = OFF
DIP2 = ON
_
+
ON
1 2
DIP switches
page | 6
DIP1 = ON
DIP2 = ON
Getting Started
Installation
Connection Instructions
►► Video
1.
Use an HDMI cable to connect up to four Ultra HD sources to the inputs (In 1 - In 4)
on the rear panel of the switcher.
2.
Connect the included locking HDMI cable to the Output 1 (LRP) port on the rear panel
of the switcher. The HDMI cable can then be connected in any of the following ways:
•
Connect the HDMI cable to an Ultra HD display.
•
Connect the HDMI cable to another EXT-UHD600 switcher or splitter,
for cascading purposes.
Important
Cable quality is critical when handling 600 MHz HDMI signals. We highly
recommend Gefen Locking HDMI cables. They have been designed and
tested to work at 600 MHz and reliably transport the full 18 Gbps throughput
of HDMI 2.0.
►► Power
3.
Connect the included 5V DC locking power supply to the 5V DC power receptacle on
the rear panel of the switcher.
4.
Connect the power supply to an available electrical outlet.
page | 7
Installation
Getting Started
Sample Application Diagram
HDMI CABLE
CAT-5 CABLE
RS-232 CABLE
IR
Ultra HD
Source
RS-232 Controller
Ultra HD
Source
Ultra HD
Source
OR
EXT-RMT-EXTIRN
IR Extender
Ultra HD
Source
Ultra HD 600 MHz
4x1 Switcher for HDMI
w/HDR
Automation
Control Device
LAN
(for IP Control)
Ultra HD
Display
EXT-UHD600-41
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4K ULTRA
4x1 Switcher for HDMI w/HDR
2
Basic Operation
Basic Operation
Switching Inputs
Using the Front Panel Buttons
The front panel of the Ultra HD 600 MHz 4x1 Switcher for HDMI w/HDR has a set of four
LED indicators which are associated with each input on the rear panel of the switcher.
Press the Input button to cycle through each of the inputs.
1.
When the switcher is powered-on for the first time, input 1 will automatically
be selected.
Select
®
1
2
3
4
Off
Reset
Select button
EXT-UHD600-41
2.
Output (LRP)
In 1
In 2
In 3
In 4
RS-232
IP Control
5V DC
Press the Select button to select the next input. In this case, input 2.
Select
®
1
2
3
4
Off
Reset
IR
Power
4K Ultra HD 600 MHz 4x1 Switcher w/HDR
4K 60 Hz 4:4:4, HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2
3.
Power
4K Ultra HD 600 MHz 4x1 Switcher w/HDR
4K 60 Hz 4:4:4, HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2
IR In/Ext
IR
Consecutively press the Select button until the desired input is selected. Once input 4
isEXT-UHD600-41
selected, pressing the Select button again will return the switcher to input 1.
IR In/Ext
Output (LRP)
In 1
®
Select
1
In 2
2
3
4
In 3
Off
In 4
RS-232
Reset
IP Control
IR
5V DC
Power
4K Ultra HD 600 MHz 4x1 Switcher w/HDR
4K 60 Hz 4:4:4, HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2
EXT-UHD600-41
IR In/Ext
Output (LRP)
In 1
In 2
In 3
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In 4
RS-232
IP Control
5V DC
Using the IR Remote Control
The included IR remote control unit can also be used to switch between each input.
The front panel of the Ultra HD 600 MHz 4x1 Switcher for HDMI w/HDR has a set of four
(4) LED indicators which are associated with each input on the switcher.
1.
When the switcher is powered-on for the first time, Input 1 (In 1) will automatically
be selected.
2.
Point the included IR remote control unit at the IR sensor on the top panel. If an IR
extender is being used, then both IR sensors will be used to receive IR signals.
3.
Each button on the IR remote control unit represents an input. Press the desired
source button on the IR remote control to switch to that input.
IR sensor
®
®
Select
1
2
3
4
Off
Reset
Select
1
2
3
4
Off
Reset
IR
IR
Power
Power
4K 60 Hz 4:4:4, HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2
4K Ultra HD 600 MHz 4x1 Switcher w/HDR
4K 60 Hz 4:4:4, HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2
4K Ultra HD 600 MHz 4x1 Switcher w/HDR
EXT-UHD600-41
EXT-UHD600-41
IR In/Ext
Output (LRP)
In 1
In 2
In 3
In 4
RS-232
IP Control
5V DC
IR In/Ext
Output (LRP)
In 1
In 2
In 3
In 4
RS-232
IP Control
5V DC
IR extender
1
2
3
4
*Preferred
R03,1.5V
R03,1.5V
Basic Operation
Switching Inputs
ON
1 2
®
RMT-41
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Basic Operation
The Web Interface
Introduction to the Web Interface
The 4x1 Switcher for HDMI w/HDR includes a built-in web interface. We recommend that
the web interface be used to control the switcher as it provides easy management of all
features used by the switcher.
►► Logging In
1.
Launch your favorite web browser.
2.
In the address bar, type the IP address of the switcher.
3.
The login page will be displayed.
4.
Select the user from the Username drop-down list.
•
Operator
The Operator username provides restricted access to the web interface.
This username allows access to both the Routing and Status tabs.
The default password for the Operator user name is Operator.
All passwords are case-sensitive. For information on changing
the default password, see Configuring Network Settings (page 33).
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The Web Interface
Basic Operation
•
Administrator
The Administrator username provides full access to all features
within the web interface.
The default password for the Administrator user name is Admin.
All passwords are case-sensitive. For information on changing
the default password, see Configuring Network Settings (page 33).
5.
Enter the password for the selected username.
6.
Click the Login button.
7.
The Routing tab will be displayed.
►► Administrator vs Operator
As mentioned earlier, logging in as Operator provides restricted access to many
of the available features within the web interface. This is summarized in the table
below:
Administrator
Operator
•
•
Access to Routing and Status
tabs, only.
•
No access to the Auto Switch
button under the Routing tab.
Access to all features
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Basic Operation
The Web Interface
►► Tabs and Sub-tabs
The web interface is organized into tabs, in the top-portion of the screen. Clicking on
a tab will display a different screen.
The Setup and Manage EDID tab have their own set of tabs, which we will refer to as
“sub-tabs”, as shown below.
Screen tab
Screen sub-tab
►► Buttons
Several screen contain buttons which allow the selection of a particular mode or
setting. Click the button for the desired setting. Buttons that are red represent
a setting that is “turned on”. If the button is pale-yellow, then the feature is “turned off”:
•
Example of a feature is “turned on”
•
Example of a feature that is “turned off”
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Basic Operation
The Web Interface
•
If a button is light-gray or dark-gray (disabled), then this means that the setting
is not available. This usually requires that another setting must be enabled
before setting that feature.
For example, note that both the Remote UDP Access button and the UDP Port
field are disabled in the illustration, below:
In order to change either of these settings, UDP Access must be enabled.
After clicking the Enable button, next to UDP Access, the button turns red and
reads “Enabled.” Since UDP Access is now enabled, we can now enable or
disable Remote UDP Access and/or change the UDP Port number:
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Basic Operation
The Web Interface
Routing
The Routing tab will be the first tab to automatically be displayed after logging in to the
web interface.
1.
Click the desired input from the list of icons. Once clicked, the icon background will
turn orange, indicating that it is the currently-active input.
2.
To prevent audio/video from being output, click the OFF button.
OFF button
3.
The Auto Switch feature is disabled by default. Click the ON button to enable this
feature. When enabled, the device will automatically switch to the input that is
receives a hot-plug detect.
4.
See Icon Selection (page 24) for information on changing the icon representation of
each “input”.
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Basic Operation
The Web Interface
Input and Output Status
The Status tab provides video and audio information for all inputs and outputs.
1.
Click the Status tab within the built-in web interface.
2.
Information on each input is listed in the top portion of the screen.
3.
Information on each output is listed in the bottom portion of the screen.
Input section
Output section
The table below outlines the information that is available for each section:
Input
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Output
Color depth
Color space
HDCP
Active Signal
Vertical resolution
Horizontal Resolution
Progressive / interlaced
Refresh rate
Video mode
Audio Input Format
HDR
•
•
•
•
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Rsense
HDP
HDCP
Video mode
Basic Operation
The Web Interface
Changing Input and Output Names
By default, the names of the output is Output. The default names for each input are Input
1 - Input 4. Each of these names can be changed, as desired, to suit the type of device
that is connected to the input or output. This allows easy reference when performing
routing operations.
1.
Click the Setup tab within the built-in web interface.
2.
Click the Names sub-tab.
3.
Click in the field of the desired output or input to be changed.
4.
Once all changes have been made, click the Save button.
5.
The new names will be displayed within the Routing tab.
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Basic Operation
The Web Interface
HPD Control
A Hot-Plug Detect (HPD) is a +5V signal that is sent from the source to the sink, once it is
connected using an HDMI cable. After receiving the signal, the sink device sends a +5V
HPD signal back to the source. HPD is used to begin communication between source and
sink. Within the web interface, an HPD pulse can manually be sent to the source device
from the selected input.
1.
Click the Setup tab within the built-in web interface.
2.
Click the HPD Control sub-tab.
3.
Click the Pulse button for the desired input. Click the Pulse All Inputs button to send
an HPD signal from all inputs.
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Basic Operation
The Web Interface
HDCP
This feature allows HDCP content to either be passed-through or rejected on each input.
Outputs can either follow the input status or can be set to always encode HDCP. Note that
using the “Reject” feature, on an input, does not decrypt HDCP content.
1.
Click the Setup tab within the built-in web interface.
2.
Click the HDCP sub-tab.
3.
For inputs, select the desired button next to the input.
►► Reject - Does not allow HDCP content to be passed through. Click the
Reject All button to set all inputs to Reject.
►► 2.2 - Click this button if the sink device supports HDCP 2.2. Click the
All 2.2 button to set all inputs to 2.2.
►► 1.4 - Click this button if the sink device only supports HDCP 1.4. Click the
All 1.4 button to set all inputs to 1.4.
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Basic Operation
The Web Interface
4.
For the output, select either Follow Input of Always Encode.
►► Follow Input - Click this button to have the output follow the setting used on the
input. Click the Follow All button to set all outputs to Follow Input.
►► Always Encode - Encodes the output signal with HDCP, regardless of the input
signal. Use this feature for displays that require HDCP-encoded content.
Click the All Encode button to set all outputs to Always Encode.
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Basic Operation
The Web Interface
Icon Selection
Use the Icon Selection tab to select the desired icons which best represent each source
device in the system.
1.
Click the Setup tab within the built-in web interface.
2.
Click the Icon Selection sub-tab.
3.
Click the arrow, next to the icon, to change its appearance. Each input provides the
same icon choices.
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Basic Operation
The Web Interface
Setting the EDID Mode
The EDID Mode tab allows the desired EDID mode (internal preset, external, or custom)
to be set for each input.
1.
Click the Manage EDID tab within the built-in web interface.
2.
Click the EDID Mode sub-tab.
3.
Select the desired EDID mode for each input using the drop-down list.
If the EDID Mode is set to External, then the name of the downstream EDID (device)
will appear under the EDID Name column, as shown:
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Basic Operation
The Web Interface
►► Using a Custom EDID
The User-defined setting is used to store a custom EDID in the selected input.
To use a custom EDID, follow the instructions below:
1.
Select User-defined from the drop-down list of the desired input.
2.
Copy or upload an EDID to the input that is using the Custom mode.
See one of the following sections for more information on copying or
uploading EDID data:
►► Copying EDID Data (page 27)
►► Uploading and Downloading EDID Data (page 30)
3.
Set the EDID Lock mode to either Locked or Unlocked:
►► Locked
Prevents the EDID from being changed on the input..
►► Unlocked
Allows the EDID to be changed.
4.
The name of the custom EDID will appear under the EDID Name column.
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Basic Operation
The Web Interface
Copying EDID Data
The EDID Copy tab allows an EDID to be copied from an input or output (sink device) to
any input. In order to copy an EDID to an input, the input must be set to User-defined
mode and then unlocked. See Setting the EDID Mode (page 25) for more information.
1.
Click the Manage EDID tab within the built-in web interface.
2.
Click the EDID Copy sub-tab.
3.
Click the button of the output or input from the Select EDID to Copy section. Only
one input can be selected at a time.
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The Web Interface
4.
After an input or the output is selected, click the button for the corresponding input
where the EDID will be copied. One or more inputs can be selected at a time.
5.
Click the Copy button. The Copy can only be pressed when both the input (the
source) and the output (destination) are selected.
6.
The EDID copy process is complete. Repeat steps 3 - 5 as desired.
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Basic Operation
The Web Interface
Getting EDID Information
The EDID Info tab allows the EDID informatioin, from an input or sink device, to be
displayed.
1.
Click the Manage EDID tab within the built-in web interface.
2.
Click the EDID Info sub-tab.
3.
Select the desired input or output from the Choose EDID drop-down list.
4.
The EDID information for the selected input or output will be displayed.
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Basic Operation
The Web Interface
Uploading and Downloading EDID Data
The Upload / Download tab allows EDID data from an input, output, or one of the internal
EDID presets, to be downloaded and saved as a file on your computer. An EDID file can
also be uploaded to any (unlocked) input.
►► Downloading an EDID
1.
Click the Manage EDID tab within the built-in web interface.
2.
Click the Upload/Download sub-tab.
3.
Select the desired input, output, or internal EDID preset to be downloaded
using the Select EDID File drop-down list.
4.
Click the Download button.
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The Web Interface
5.
The following dialog will be displayed:
6.
Click the Save File button to save the EDID file to your computer.
•
Mac OS X
The file will automatically be saved under
Macintosh HD\Users\[username]\Downloads.
•
Windows OS
The file will be saved under
C:\Users\[username]\Downloads.
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Basic Operation
The Web Interface
►► Uploading an EDID
1.
Click the Manage EDID tab within the built-in web interface.
2.
Click the Upload/Download tab.
3.
Select the input where the EDID file will be uploaded.
4.
Set the input to Custom mode. See Setting the EDID Mode (page 25) for
more information.
5.
Click the Browse... button under Upload EDID section.
6.
The File Upload dialog will be displayed.
7.
Select the EDID file from your computer. The EDID file must be in .bin format.
After the file is selected, click the OK button on the dialog box.
8.
Select the input where the EDID will be uploaded using the Select
Destination drop-down list. In order for an input to be selected, it must be
unlocked and set to Custom. See Setting the EDID Mode (page 25) for more
information.
9.
Click the Upload button.
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Basic Operation
The Web Interface
Configuring Network Settings
Once the switcher is configured on the network using Gefen Syner-G, the network settings
can be changed within the built-in web interface. To access the network settings, click the
Network tab in the built-in web interface.
When changing any network setting, click the Save button at the bottom of the page.
To revert network settings to factory default, click the Set Network Defaults button.
►► IP Settings
1.
Set the network mode by clicking the Static or DHCP button.
2.
If set to Static mode, then enter the IP address, subnet mask, and
gateway address in the IP Address, Subnet, and Gateway fields,
respectively. If set to DHCP mode, the DHCP server will assign these values.
3.
Enter the HTTP listening port in the HTTP Port field.
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Basic Operation
The Web Interface
►► TCP / Telnet Settings
For details on configuring TCP, see Using Telnet, UDP, and RS-232 (page 48).
•
TCP Access: Click the Enable button to allow Telnet access to the switcher.
Otherwise, click the Disable button.
•
TCP Port: Enter the TCP listening port in this field.
•
Login Message on Connect: Click the Show button to display the
welcome message at the beginning of a Telnet session. Otherwise, click
the Hide button.
•
Require Password on Connect: Click the Enable button to require
password credentials at the beginning of a Telnet session.
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Basic Operation
The Web Interface
•
User Name: This field is static and cannot be changed. Telnet sessions
are restricted to Admin users.
•
Old Password: Enter the old (current) password in this field.
The factory-default password is A d m i n .
•
New Password: Enter the new password in this field.
•
Confirm New Password: Confirm the new password by entering the new
password in this field.
Information
Note that all passwords are case-sensitive.
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Basic Operation
The Web Interface
►► UDP Settings
For details on configuring UDP, see Using Telnet, UDP, and RS-232 (page 48).
•
UDP Access: Click the Enable button to use the UDP protocol with the switcher.
Otherwise, click the Disable button.
•
UDP Port: Enter the TCP listening port in this field.
•
Remote UDP Access: Click the Enable button to set the remote UDP address
and UDP listening port. This feature only needs to be enabled if feedback to the
switcher is required. Otherwise, this feature can be disabled.
•
Remote UDP IP Address: Enter the remote UDP IP address in this field.
•
Remote UDP Port: Enter the remote UDP listening port in this field.
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Basic Operation
The Web Interface
►► Web Login Settings
•
Username: To change the password for the Administrator, click the
Administrator. Otherwise, click the Operator button.
•
New Password: Enter password for the selected username (above),
in this field. Passwords are case-sensitive.
•
Old Password: Enter the old (current) password in this field. Passwords are
case-sensitive.
•
Confirm New Password: To confirm the new password, re-enter the new
password in this field. Passwords are case-sensitive.
The default password for the Administrator username is A d m i n .
The default password for the Operator username is O p e r a t o r .
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Basic Operation
The Web Interface
►► Discovery Protocol Settings
•
Enable Discovery: Click the Enable button to enable “discovery” mode.
Otherwise, click the Disabled button. In order for Gefen Syner-G to
discover the switcher on a network, this feature must be enabled.
•
Find Your Device: Click the Show Me button to physically locate the switcher
on a network. In order for the Show Me button to be available, the Enable
Discovery button must be set to Enable. When the Show Me button is clicked,
the button text will change to Hide Me and all the LED indicators on the front
panel will flash.
Select
®
1
2
3
4
Off
Reset
IR
Power
4K Ultra HD 600 MHz 4x1 Switcher w/HDR
4K 60 Hz 4:4:4, HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2
•
Discovery Read Only: When set to Read Only, the IP settings for the
switcher will be displayed by Syner-G but they cannot be changed. In order
toEXT-UHD600-41
display and change IP settings from within Gefen Syner-G, click the
Read / Write button.
•
Product Description: EXT-UHD600-41 is the default product description.
This name will be used to identify the switcher when using the Gefen Syner-G
software.
IR In/Ext
Output (LRP)
In 1
In 2
In 3
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In 4
RS-232
IP Control
5V DC
Basic Operation
The Web Interface
System Settings
The System tab provides controls for various other switcher features. Each of these
controls is described below.
►► Main RS-232 Feedback
By default, RS-232 feedback is set to On, meaning all command will send a response.
1.
Click the Off button to disable RS-232 feedback.
2.
Click the On button to enable RS-232 feedback.
►► Download Current Configuration to PC
Saves the current switcher configuration to a file on your computer.
1.
Click the Download button.
2.
The following dialog will be displayed (see following page).
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The Web Interface
3.
Click the Save File radio button, then click OK to save the configuration file to
your computer.
•
Mac OS X
The file will automatically be saved under
Macintosh HD\Users\[username]\Downloads
•
Windows OS
The file will be saved under
C:\Users\[username]\Downloads
►► Restore / Upload Configuration File
Uploads the selected switcher configuration, from a file on your computer, to the
switcher.
1.
Click the Browse... button.
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Basic Operation
The Web Interface
2.
Select the desired configuration file from your computer. After the file has been
selected, the filename will appear next to the Browse... button.
3.
Click the Restore button to upload the file.
►► Firmware Update
Uploads and applies the latest firmware file to the switcher.
1.
Download the latest firmware from the Gefen web site.
2.
Click the Browse... button.
3.
Select the firmware file on your computer.
The firmware must be a .bin file and will have the following naming
convention: EXT-UHD600-41([version])(PACK).bin.
4.
Click the Update button.
The following message box will be displayed:
WARNING: Updating the firmware may overwrite some
of your settings. Consider saving the configuration
before updating the firmware. Are you sure you want
to continue?
To save the configuration, before continuing, click the Cancel button on the
message box. Refer to the section Download Current Configuration to PC.
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Basic Operation
The Web Interface
6.
Click the OK button.
7.
After a few moments, the following message box will be displayed within the web
interface:
8.
After the update process completes, the switcher will automatically reboot.
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Basic Operation
The Web Interface
►► Setting the LED Brightness
Sets the brightness for the LED indicators on the front panel of the switcher.
1.
Drag the slider to set the LED brightness. The brightness ranges from 0 to 100.
The default setting is 50. The brightness value may also be entered directly, in
the box, next to the slider bar.
►► Setting the IR Channel
Sets the IR channel for the switcher. The switcher must be set to the same IR
channel as the included IR remote control, in order for the IR remote control to
communicate with the switcher.
1.
Click the desired IR channel for the switcher by clicking one of the
IR Channel buttons (1 - 4). The default IR channel setting is 1.
The IR channel setting is automatically saved. Rebooting the switcher
is not required.
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Basic Operation
The Web Interface
►► Performing a Factory Reset
This feature restores the switcher to original factory-default settings.
Important
Performing this function will erase all current setting of the switcher.
IP settings will be retained. To save the configuration, before continuing,
refer to the section Download Current Configuration to PC.
1.
Click the Reset button.
2.
The following message box will be displayed:
►► Click the OK button to continue with the reset procedure.
►► Click the Cancel button to abort the reset procedure and return
to the web interface.
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Basic Operation
The Web Interface
►► Rebooting the Switcher
Clicking this button will reboot the switcher.
1.
Click the Reboot button.
2.
The following message box will be displayed:
►► Click the OK button to continue with the reboot procedure.
►► Click the Cancel button to abort the reboot procedure and return
to the web interface.
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4K ULTRA
4x1 Switcher for HDMI w/HDR
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Advanced Operation
Advanced Operation
Using Telnet, UDP, and RS-232
Telnet Configuration
1.
Launch the desired terminal application. For example, on the Windows operating
system, Hyperterminal can be used; on Mac OS X, the Terminal application can be
used.
2.
After correct settings have been used in the terminal program, information similar to
the following will be displayed:
Welcome to EXT-UHD600-41 Telnet
telnet->
3.
Type #help for a list of commands or refer to the tables on the following pages.
UDP Configuration
1.
Configure the desired control system for UDP.
2.
Click the Network tab, within the web interface, and do the following.
See Configuring Network Settings (page 33) for more information.
a.
Click the Enabled button next to UDP Access.
b.
Enter the UDP listening port in the UDP Port field. The default UDP listening port
is 50007.
c.
Click the Enabled button next to Remote UDP Access. This feature only needs
to be enabled if feedback to the switcher is required. Otherwise, this feature can
be disabled.
d.
If enabling Remote UDP Access, enter the remote UDP IP address in the
Remote UDP IP Address field. This IP address should be the same as the
control system. The default IP address is 192.168.1.255.
e.
If enabling Remote UDP Access, enter the remote UDP listening port in the
Remote UDP Port field. The default remote UDP listening port is 50008.
f.
Click the Save button at the bottom of the Network screen.
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Using Telnet, UDP, and RS-232
RS-232 Configuration
1.
Configure...
2.
Selected the desired COM port.
3.
Configure the RS-232 port to the following settings. Note that Only TxD, RxD,
and GND pins are used.
5 4
3
2 1
DE-9
6 7
8
9
DA-15
RS-232 Controller
Switcher
DCD
1
1
DCD
RXD
2
2
RXD
TXD
3
3
TXD
DTR
4
4
DTR
GND
5
5
DSR
6
6
RTS
7
7
CTS
8
8
CTS
R1
9
9
R1
Description
Setting
Baud rate
19200
Data bits
8
Parity
None
Stop bits
1
Hardware flow control
None
DB-25
GND
DSR
RTS
DC-37
DD-50
4.
Connect the RS-232 cable from the DB9 connector on the controller to the to the
RS-232 port on the switcher.
5.
Type #help for a list of commands or refer to the tables on the following pages.
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Advanced Operation
Commands
Discovery Service
#get_device_desc
Returns the current device-description string
#get_discovery
Returns the current state of the discovery service
#get_discovery_mode
Returns the discovery mode
#get_showme
Returns the status of the “show me” feature
#set_device_desc
Sets the description string of the switcher
#set_discovery
Enables or disables the discovery service
#set_discovery_mode
Sets the “discovery” mode
#set_showme
Enables or disables the “show me” feature
Help
#help
Returns a list of available commands
Input Status
#gets_input_hdcp
Returns the HDCP state on the specified input
#gets_input_hpd
Returns the HPD state on the specified input
#gets_input_mode
Returns the input mode on the specified input
#gets_input_signal
Returns the signal status on the specified input
Manage EDID
#get_ds_edid
Downloads the downstream EDID
#get_edid_mode
Returns the EDID mode on the specified input
#get_ext_edid
Downloads the external EDID
#get_preset_edid
Downloads the specified preset EDID
#set_edid_copy
Copies the specifed EDID to the custom EDID
#set_edid_lock
Sets the EDID lock setting on the specified input
#set_edid_mode
Sets the EDID mode
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Advanced Operation
Commands
Network Settings
#get_gateway
Returns the gateway IP address of the switcher
#get_http_port
Returns the HTTP listening port
#get_ip_address
Returns the IP address
#get_ip_mode
Returns the IP mode
#get_ipconfig
Returns the IP configuration
#get_mac_addr
Returns the MAC address
#get_netmask
Returns the subnet mask
#get_remote_udp_access
Returns the remote UDP access state
#get_remote_udp_ip
Returns the remote UDP IP address
#get_remote_udp_port
Returns the remote UDP listening port
#get_telnet_access
Returns the Telnet access state
#get_telnet_port
Returns the Telnet listening port
#get_telnet_welcome
Returns the Telnet welcome message
#get_udp_access
Returns the UDP access state
#get_udp_port
Returns the UDP listening port
#set_gateway
Sets the gateway address
#set_http_port
Sets the HTTP listening port
#set_ip_address
Sets the IP address
#set_ip_mode
Sets the IP mode
#set_netmask
Sets the subnet mask
#set_remote_udp_access
Enables or disables remote UDP access
#set_remote_udp_ip
Sets the remote UDP IP address
#set_remote_udp_port
Sets the remote UDP listening port
#set_telnet_access
Enables or disables Telnet access
#set_telnet_port
Sets the Telnet listening port on the switcher
#set_telnet_welcome
Sets the Telnet welcome message
#set_udp_access
Enables or disables UDP access
#set_udp_port
Sets the UDP listening port
#use_telnet_login
Enable or disables Telnet login credentials
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Advanced Operation
Commands
Output Status
#gets_output_hdcp
Returns the HDCP state of the output
#gets_output_hpd
Returns the HDP state of the output
#gets_output_rsense
Returns the Rsense state of the output
Routing
#get_auto_switch
Returns the status of the auto-switching feature
#lock_matrix
Locks / unlocks the switcher
#set_auto_switch
Enables / disables the auto-switching feature
r
Routes the specified input to the output
System Settings
#factory_reset
Resets the switcher to factory-default settings
#get_feedback
Returns the RS-232 feedback state
#get_ir_channel
Returns the current IR channel
#get_led_brightness
Returns the LED brightness level
#reboot
Reboots the switcher
#set_feedback
Enables / disables unsolicited RS-232 feedback
#set_ir_channel
Sets the IR channel
#set_led_brightness
Sets the LED brightness level
#show_firmware_version
Returns the current firmware version
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Advanced Operation
Commands
#get_device_desc
Returns the description of the switcher.
Syntax
#get_device_desc
Parameters
None
Example
#get_device_desc
DEVICE DESCRIPTION IS EXT-UHD600-41
Related Commands
#get_discovery
#get_discovery_mode
#get_showme
#set_device_desc
#set_discovery
#set_discovery_mode
#set_showme
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Advanced Operation
Commands
#get_discovery
Returns the discovery mode setting. The value returned is one of the following:
Value
Description
0
“Discovery” mode is disabled
1
“Discovery” mode is enabled
Syntax
#get_discovery
Parameters
None
Example
#get_discovery
DISCOVERY 1
Related Commands
#get_device_desc
#get_discovery_mode
#get_showme
#set_device_desc
#set_discovery
#set_discovery_mode
#set_showme
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Advanced Operation
Commands
#get_discovery_mode
Returns the current “discovery” mode. The value returned is one of the following:
Value
Description
0
Read only
1
Read / Write
Syntax
#get_discovery_mode
Parameters
None
Example
#get_discovery_mode
#get_discovery_mode 1
Related Commands
#get_device_desc
#get_discovery
#get_showme
#set_device_desc
#set_discovery
#set_discovery_mode
#set_showme
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Advanced Operation
Commands
#get_showme
Returns the current “show me” state. When the switcher is in “show me” mode, the LED
indicators on the front panel will be flash. In this state, the #get_showme command will
return a value of 1. Otherwise, a value of 0 will be returned.
Value
Description
0
“Show me” disabled
1
“Show me” enabled.
Syntax
#get_showme
Parameters
None
Example
#get_showme
#get_showme 1
Related Commands
#get_device_desc
#get_discovery
#get_discovery_mode
#set_device_desc
#set_discovery
#set_discovery_mode
#set_showme
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Advanced Operation
Commands
#set_device_desc
Sets the switcher identifier string.
Syntax
#set_device_desc name
Parameters
name
Type: STRING
The device description. This value cannot exceed 30 characters in length.
Example
#set_device_desc switcher202
DEVICE DESCRIPTION IS SET TO switcher202
Related Commands
#get_device_desc
#get_discovery
#get_discovery_mode
#get_showme
#set_discovery
#set_discovery_mode
#set_showme
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Advanced Operation
Commands
#set_discovery
Enables or disables the “discovery” feature. This feature is enabled by default.
Syntax
#set_discovery state
Parameters
state
Type: INTEGER
Accepts a number from the table below, specifying the desired state:
state
Description
0
Disables “Discovery” mode
1
Enables “Discovery” mode
If set to disabled, then the Syner-G Software Suite will be unable to detect the
switcher on a network. It is recommended that this feature is enabled, until the
switcher has been configured for use on a network.
Example
#set_discovery 0
DISCOVERY 0
Related Commands
#get_device_desc
#get_discovery
#get_discovery_mode
#get_showme
#set_device_desc
#set_discovery_mode
#set_showme
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Advanced Operation
Commands
#set_discovery_mode
Sets the “discovery” mode. This mode is set to read/write by default.
Syntax
#set_discovery_mode mode
Parameters
mode
Type: INTEGER
Accepts a number from the table below, specifying the desired state:
mode
Description
0
Read-only mode
1
Read / write mode
When set to read-only mode, the IP settings for the switcher will be displayed
within the Gefen Syner-G Software Suite but cannot be changed. In order to
both display and allow changes to the IP settings within Gefen Syner-G,
set this feature to read/write mode.
Example
#set_discovery_mode 0
DISCOVERY MODE 0
Related Commands
#get_device_desc
#get_discovery
#get_discovery_mode
#get_showme
#set_device_desc
#set_discovery
#set_showme
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Advanced Operation
Commands
#set_showme
Enables or disables the “Show Me” feature. If the “Show Me” feature is enabled,
then all the buttons (with the exception of the Power button), will flash slowly.
This feature allows the switcher to be visually identified on the network and is useful
when multiple switcher units are being used. The default setting is disabled.
Syntax
#set_showme state
Parameters
state
Type: INTEGER
Accepts a number from the table below, corresponding to the desired state.
state
Description
0
Disable “Show Me”
1
Enable “Show Me”
Example
#set_showme 1
SET_SHOWME 1
Related Commands
#get_device_desc
#get_discovery
#get_discovery_mode
#get_showme
#set_device_desc
#set_discovery
#set_discovery_mode
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Advanced Operation
Commands
#help
Returns a list of available commands. The commands listed are specific to either the
Sender or Receiver unit.
Syntax
#help
Parameters
None
Example
#help
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Advanced Operation
Commands
#gets_input_hdcp
Returns the HDCP mode of the specified input. The value returned is one of the following:
Value
Description
0
Reject
1
HDCP 2.2 and below
2
HDCP 1.4 and below
Syntax
#gets_input_hdcp input
Parameters
input
Type: INTEGER
The number of the HDMI input (1 - 4) to query.
Example
#get_input_hdcp 1
INPUT_HDCP 1 0
Related Commands
#gets_input_hpd
#gets_input_mode
#gets_input_signal
#gets_output_hdcp
#gets_output_hpd
#gets_output_rsense
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Advanced Operation
Commands
#gets_input_hpd
Returns the HPD status of the specified input.
Value
Description
0
HPD low (no source connected)
1
HPD high (source connected)
Syntax
#gets_input_hpd input
Parameters
input
Type: INTEGER
The number of the HDMI input (1 - 4) to query.
Example
#gets_input_hpd 1
INPUT_HPD 1 0
Related Commands
#gets_input_hdcp
#gets_input_mode
#gets_input_signal
#gets_output_hdcp
#gets_output_hpd
#gets_output_rsense
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Advanced Operation
Commands
#gets_input_mode
Returns the video mode of the specified input(s). The value returned is one of the
following. To return the video mode for all inputs, specify 0 for the input parameter.
Value
Description
D
DVI signal detected on HDMI input
H
HDMI signal detected on HDMI input
Syntax
#gets_input_mode inputs
Parameters
input
Type: INTEGER
The number of the HDMI input (1 - 4) to query. More than one input can be
specified.
Example
#gets_input_mode 1
INPUT_MODE 1 H
#get_input_mode 0
INPUT_MODE 0 H H L H
Related Commands
#gets_input_hdcp
#gets_input_hpd
#gets_input_signal
#gets_output_hdcp
#gets_output_hpd
#gets_output_rsense
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Advanced Operation
Commands
#gets_input_signal
Returns the active signal status of the specified input(s). The value returned is one of the
following.
Value
Description
N
No clock signal present on HDMI nput
Y
Valid clock signal detected on HDMI input
Syntax
#gets_input_signal inputs
Parameters
input
Type: INTEGER
The number of the HDMI input (1 - 4) to query. More than one input can be
specified.
Example
#gets_input_signal 0
INPUT_SIGNAL 0 Y Y Y Y
#gets_input_signal 1
INPUT_SIGNAL 1 Y
Related Commands
#gets_input_hdcp
#gets_input_hpd
#gets_input_mode
#gets_output_hdcp
#gets_output_hpd
#gets_output_rsense
page | 65
Advanced Operation
Commands
#get_ds_edid
Downloads the downstream EDID.
Syntax
#gets_ds_edid input
Parameters
input
Type: INTEGER
The number of the HDMI input (1 - 4) to query.
Example
#gets_ds_edid 1
00FFFFFFFFFFFF000421000000000000...
Related Commands
#get_edid_mode
#get_ext_edid
#get_preset_edid
#set_edid_copy
#set_edid_lock
#set_edid_mode
page | 66
Advanced Operation
Commands
#get_edid_mode
Returns the EDID mode of the specified input. The value returned is one of the following:
Value
Description
1
Internal Mode - UHD 600 4K 2 Channel
2
Internal Mode - UHD 600 4K Multichannel
3
Internal Mode - UHD 300 4K 2 Channel
4
Internal Mode - UHD 300 4K 2 Multichannel
5
Internal Mode - 1080p 2 Channel
6
Internal Mode - 1080p Multichannel
7
Custom Mode - User
8
External
Syntax
#get_edid_mode input
Parameters
input
Type: INTEGER
The number of the HDMI input (1 - 4) to query.
Example
#get_edid_mode 1
#get_edid_mode 1 0
Related Commands
#get_ds_edid
#get_ext_edid
#get_preset_edid
#set_edid_copy
#set_edid_lock
#set_edid_mode
page | 67
Advanced Operation
Commands
#get_ext_edid
Downloads the external EDID.
Syntax
#get_ext_edid input
Parameters
input
Type: INTEGER
The number of the HDMI input (1 - 4) to query.
Example
#get_ext_edid 1
00FFFFFFFFFFFF000421000000000000...
Related Commands
#get_ds_edid
#get_edid_mode
#get_preset_edid
#set_edid_copy
#set_edid_lock
#set_edid_mode
page | 68
Advanced Operation
Commands
#get_preset_edid
Returns the EDID mode of the specified input. The value returned is one of the following:
Syntax
#get_preset_edid edid
Parameters
edid
Type: INTEGER
Accepts a number from the table below, corresponding to the desired EDID.
edid
Description
1
Internal Mode - UHD 600 4K 2Ch
2
Internal Mode - UHD 600 4K Multichannel
3
Custom Mode - UHD 300 4K 2Ch
4
Custom Mode - UHD 300 4K Multichannel
5
Custom Mode - 1080p 2Ch
6
Custom Mode - 1080p Multichannel
Example
#get_preset_edid 1
00FFFFFFFFFFFF000421000000000000...
Related Commands
#get_ds_edid
#get_edid_mode
#get_ext_edid
#set_edid_copy
#set_edid_lock
#set_edid_mode
page | 69
Advanced Operation
Commands
#set_edid_copy
Copies the external, internal, or output EDID to the custom user EDID.
Syntax
#set_edid_copy edid
Parameters
edid
Type: INTEGER
Accepts a number from the table below, corresponding to the desired EDID.
edid
Description
1
Internal Mode - UHD 600 4K 2Ch
2
Internal Mode - UHD 600 4K Multichannel
3
Custom Mode - UHD 300 4K 2Ch
4
Custom Mode - UHD 300 4K Multichannel
5
Custom Mode - 1080p 2Ch
6
Custom Mode - 1080p Multichannel
7
External
Example
#set_edid_copy 1
COPY_COMPLETE
Related Commands
#get_ds_edid
#get_edid_mode
#get_ext_edid
#get_preset_edid
#set_edid_lock
#set_edid_mode
page | 70
Advanced Operation
Commands
#set_edid_lock
Locks to unlocks the EDID when using Custom EDID mode. This command only works
if the specified input is set to a Custom mode. See the #set_edid_mode command.
Syntax
#set_edid_lock input state
Parameters
input
Type: INTEGER
This parameter must be the identifier of an HDMI input (1 - 4).
state
Type: INTEGER
Accepts a number from the table below, specifying the desired state:
state
Description
0
Unlock the EDID
1
Lock the EDID
Example
#set_edid_lock 1 0
EDID_LOCK 1 0
Related Commands
#get_ds_edid
#get_edid_mode
#get_ext_edid
#get_preset_edid
#set_edid_copy
#set_edid_mode
page | 71
Advanced Operation
Commands
#set_edid_mode
Sets the EDID mode.
Syntax
#set_edid_mode edid
Parameters
edid
Type: INTEGER
Accepts a number from the table below, corresponding to the desired EDID.
edid
Description
1
Internal Mode - UHD 600 4K 2Ch
2
Internal Mode - UHD 600 4K Multichannel
3
Custom Mode - UHD 300 4K 2Ch
4
Custom Mode - UHD 300 4K Multichannel
5
Custom Mode - 1080p 2Ch
6
Custom Mode - 1080p Multichannel
7
Custom Mode - User
8
External
Example
#set_edid_mode 1
EDID_MODE 1
Related Commands
#get_ds_edid
#get_edid_mode
#get_ext_edid
#get_preset_edid
#set_edid_copy
#set_edid_lock
page | 72
Advanced Operation
Commands
#get_gateway
Returns the gateway address of the switcher.
Syntax
#get_gateway
Parameters
None
Example
#get_gateway
GATEWAY 10.5.64.1
Related Commands
#get_http_port
#get_ip_address
#get_ip_mode
#get_ipconfig
#get_netmask
#set_gateway
#set_http_port
#set_ip_address
#set_ip_mode
#set_netmask
page | 73
Advanced Operation
Commands
#get_http_port
Returns the HTTP listening port of the switcher.
Syntax
#get_http_port
Parameters
None
Example
#get_http_port
HTTP_PORT 80
Related Commands
#get_gateway
#get_ip_address
#get_ip_mode
#get_ipconfig
#get_netmask
#set_gateway
#set_http_port
#set_ip_address
#set_ip_mode
#set_netmask
page | 74
Advanced Operation
Commands
#get_ip_address
Returns the current IP address of the switcher.
Syntax
#get_ip_address
Parameters
None
Example
#get_ip_address
IP_ADDRESS 10.5.64.81
Related Commands
#get_gateway
#get_http_port
#get_ip_mode
#get_ipconfig
#get_netmask
#set_gateway
#set_http_port
#set_ip_address
#set_ip_mode
#set_netmask
page | 75
Advanced Operation
Commands
#get_ip_mode
Returns the current IP mode of the switcher. The value returned is one of the following:
Value
Description
0
Static mode
1
DHCP mode
Syntax
#get_ip_mode
Parameters
None
Example
#get_ip_mode
IP_MODE 0
Related Commands
#get_gateway
#get_http_port
#get_ip_address
#get_ipconfig
#get_netmask
#set_gateway
#set_http_port
#set_ip_address
#set_ip_mode
#set_netmask
page | 76
Advanced Operation
Commands
#get_ipconfig
Returns the current IP configuration of the switcher. In addition to providing the MAC
address and the broadcast IP address, this command also provides the same
information as executing the #get_ip_address, #get_netmask, #get_gateway,
and #get_mac_addr ommands.
Syntax
#get_ipconfig
Parameters
None
Example
#get_ipconfig
IP CONFIGURATION IS :
IP: 10.5.64.81
NETMASK: 255.255.255.0
GATEWAY: 10.5.64.1
MAC ADDRESS: 00:1C:91:04:90:03
Related Commands
#get_gateway
#get_http_port
#get_ip_address
#get_ip_mode
#get_netmask
#set_gateway
#set_http_port
#set_ip_address
#set_ip_mode
#set_netmask
page | 77
Advanced Operation
Commands
#get_mac_addr
Returns the MAC address of the switcher.
Syntax
#get_mac_addr
Parameters
None
Example
#get_mac_addr
MAC ADDRESS IS: 00:1C:91:04:90:03
Related Commands
#get_ipconfig
page | 78
Advanced Operation
Commands
#get_netmask
Returns the current subnet mask of the switcher.
Syntax
#get_netmask
Parameters
None
Example
#get_netmask
NETMASK 255.255.255.0
Related Commands
#get_gateway
#get_http_port
#get_ip_address
#get_ip_mode
#get_ipconfig
#set_gateway
#set_http_port
#set_ip_address
#set_ip_mode
#set_netmask
page | 79
Advanced Operation
Commands
#get_remote_udp_access
Returns the remote UDP access state. The value returned is one of the following:
Value
Description
0
Remote UDP access disabled
1
Remote UDP access enabled
Syntax
#get_remote_udp_access
Parameters
None
Example
#get_remote_udp_access
REMOTE_UDP_ACCESS 0
Related Commands
#get_remote_udp_access
#get_remote_udp_ip
#get_remote_udp_port
#get_udp_access
#get_udp_port
#set_remote_udp_access
#set_remote_udp_ip
#set_remote_udp_port
#set_udp_access
#set_udp_port
page | 80
Advanced Operation
Commands
#get_remote_udp_ip
Returns the remote UDP IP address.
Syntax
#get_remote_udp_ip
Parameters
None
Example
#get_remote_udp_access
REMOTE_UDP_IP 192.168.1.255
Related Commands
#get_remote_udp_access
#get_remote_udp_port
#get_udp_access
#get_udp_port
#set_remote_udp_access
#set_remote_udp_ip
#set_remote_udp_port
#set_udp_access
#set_udp_port
page | 81
Advanced Operation
Commands
#get_remote_udp_port
Returns the remote UDP listening port.
Syntax
#get_remote_udp_port
Parameters
None
Example
#get_remote_udp_port
REMOTE_UDP_PORT 50008
Related Commands
#get_remote_udp_access
#get_remote_udp_ip
#get_udp_access
#get_udp_port
#set_remote_udp_access
#set_remote_udp_ip
#set_remote_udp_port
#set_udp_access
#set_udp_port
page | 82
Advanced Operation
Commands
#get_telnet_access
Returns the Telnet access state. Use the #set_telnet_access command to enable
or disable Telnet access.
Syntax
#get_telnet_access
Parameters
None
Example
#get_telnet_access
TELNET_ACCESS 1
Related Commands
#get_telnet_port
#get_telnet_welcome
#set_telnet_access
#set_telnet_port
#set_telnet_welcome
#use_telnet_login
page | 83
Advanced Operation
Commands
#get_telnet_port
Returns the Telnet listening port.
Syntax
#get_telnet_port
Parameters
None
Example
#get_telnet_port
TELNET_PORT 23
Related Commands
#get_telnet_access
#get_telnet_welcome
#set_telnet_access
#set_telnet_port
#set_telnet_welcome
#use_telnet_login
page | 84
Advanced Operation
Commands
#get_telnet_welcome
Returns the Telnet welcome message. Use the #set_telnet_welcome to create
a custom welcome message.
Syntax
#get_telnet_welcome
Parameters
None
Example
#get_telnet_welcome
TELNET WELCOME SCREEN IS ENABLED
Related Commands
#get_telnet_access
#get_telnet_port
#set_telnet_access
#set_telnet_port
#set_telnet_welcome
#use_telnet_login
page | 85
Advanced Operation
Commands
#get_udp_access
Returns the UDP access state. Use the #set_udp_access command to enable
or disable UDP access. The value returned is one of the following:
Value
Description
0
UDP access disabled
1
UDP access enabled
Syntax
#get_udp_access
Parameters
None
Example
#get_udp_access
UDP_ACCESS 0
Related Commands
#get_remote_udp_access
#get_remote_udp_ip
#get_remote_udp_port
#get_udp_port
#set_remote_udp_access
#set_remote_udp_ip
#set_remote_udp_port
#set_udp_access
#set_udp_port
page | 86
Advanced Operation
Commands
#get_udp_port
Returns the local UDP listening port.
Syntax
#get_udp_port
Parameters
None
Example
#get_udp_port
UDP_PORT 50007
Related Commands
#get_remote_udp_access
#get_remote_udp_ip
#get_remote_udp_port
#get_udp_access
#set_remote_udp_access
#set_remote_udp_ip
#set_remote_udp_port
#set_udp_access
#set_udp_port
page | 87
Advanced Operation
Commands
#set_gateway
Sets the gateway address for the switcher. The gateway address will be changed only if
the switcher is in static IP mode. If the switcher is using DHCP mode, then the gateway
address is automatically assigned by the DHCP server. The switcher must be rebooted
after executing this command.
Syntax
#set_gateway addr
Parameters
addr
Type: IP ADDRESS
The desired gateway address of the switcher. This address must be entered
in dot-decimal notation.
Example
#set_gateway 10.5.64.1
GATEWAY 10.5.64.1
REBOOT TO APPLY SETTINGS
Related Commands
#get_gateway
#get_http_port
#get_ip_address
#get_ip_mode
#get_ipconfig
#get_netmask
#set_http_port
#set_ip_address
#set_ip_mode
#set_netmask
page | 88
Advanced Operation
Commands
#set_http_port
Sets the HTTP listening port for the switcher.
Syntax
#set_http port
Parameters
port
Type: INTEGER
The desired HTTP listening port for the switcher.
Example
#set_http_port 80
HTTP_PORT 80
Related Commands
#get_gateway
#get_http_port
#get_ip_address
#get_ip_mode
#get_ipconfig
#get_netmask
#set_gateway
#set_ip_address
#set_ip_mode
#set_netmask
page | 89
Advanced Operation
Commands
#set_ip_address
Sets the IP address of the switcher. The switcher must be rebooted after executing this
command.
Syntax
#set_ip_address addr
Parameters
addr
Type: IP ADDRESS
The desired IP address of the switcher. This address must be entered
in dot-decimal notation.
Example
#set_ip_address 10.5.64.81
IP_ADDRESS 10.5.64.81
REBOOT TO APPLY SETTINGS
Related Commands
#get_gateway
#get_http_port
#get_ip_address
#get_ip_mode
#get_ipconfig
#get_netmask
#set_gateway
#set_http_port
#set_ip_mode
#set_netmask
page | 90
Advanced Operation
Commands
#set_ip_mode
Sets the IP mode of the switcher. The switcher must be rebooted after executing this
command.
Syntax
#set_ip_mode mode
Parameters
mode
Type: INTEGER
Accepts a number from the table below, corresponding to the desired IP mode.
mode
Description
0
Static
1
DHCP
2
Auto
Example
#set_ip_mode 1
IP MODE 1
REBOOT TO APPLY SETTINGS
Related Commands
#get_gateway
#get_http_port
#get_ip_address
#get_ip_mode
#get_ipconfig
#get_netmask
#set_gateway
#set_http_port
#set_ip_address
#set_netmask
page | 91
Advanced Operation
Commands
#set_netmask
Sets the network mask address. The switcher must be rebooted after executing this
command.
Syntax
#set_netmask addr
Parameters
addr
Type: ADDRESS
The desired subnet mask of the switcher. This address must be entered
in dot-decimal notation.
Example
#set_netmask 255.255.255.0
NETMASK 255.255.255.0
REBOOT TO APPLY SETTINGS
Related Commands
#get_gateway
#get_http_port
#get_ip_address
#get_ip_mode
#get_ipconfig
#get_netmask
#set_gateway
#set_http_port
#set_ip_address
#set_ip_mode
page | 92
Advanced Operation
Commands
#set_remote_udp_access
Enables or disables remote UDP access.
Syntax
#set_remote_udp_access state
Parameters
state
Type: INTEGER
Accepts a number from the table below, corresponding to the desired state.
state
Description
0
Disable remote UDP access
1
Enable remote UDP access
Example
#set_remote_udp_access 0
REMOTE_UDP_ACCESS 0
Related Commands
#get_remote_udp_access
#get_remote_udp_ip
#get_remote_udp_port
#get_udp_access
#get_udp_port
#set_remote_udp_ip
#set_remote_udp_port
#set_udp_access
#set_udp_port
page | 93
Advanced Operation
Commands
#set_remote_udp_ip
Sets the remote UDP IP address of the switcher.
Syntax
#set_remote_udp_ip addr
Parameters
addr
Type: IP ADDRESS
The desired remote UDP IP address of the switcher. The address must be
entered in dot-decimal notation.
Example
#set_remote_udp_ip 192.168.1.251
REMOTE_UDP_IP 192.168.1.251
Related Commands
#get_remote_udp_access
#get_remote_udp_ip
#get_remote_udp_port
#get_udp_access
#get_udp_port
#set_remote_udp_access
#set_remote_udp_port
#set_udp_access
#set_udp_port
page | 94
Advanced Operation
Commands
#set_remote_udp_port
Sets the remote UDP listening port for the switcher.
Syntax
#set_remote_udp_port port
Parameters
port
Type: INTEGER
The desired remote UDP port (0 - 65535) of the switcher.
Example
#set_remote_udp_port 50008
REMOTE_UDP_PORT 50008
Related Commands
#get_remote_udp_access
#get_remote_udp_ip
#get_remote_udp_port
#get_udp_access
#get_udp_port
#set_remote_udp_access
#set_remote_udp_ip
#set_udp_access
#set_udp_port
page | 95
Advanced Operation
Commands
#set_telnet_access
Enables or disables Telnet access on the switcher.
Syntax
#set_telnet_access state
Parameters
state
Type: INTEGER
Accepts a number from the table below, corresponding to the desired state.
state
Description
0
Disable Telnet access
1
Enable Telnet access
Example
#set_telnet_access 1
TELNET_ACCESS 1
Related Commands
#get_telnet_access
#get_telnet_port
#get_telnet_welcome
#set_telnet_port
#set_telnet_welcome
#use_telnet_login
page | 96
Advanced Operation
Commands
#set_telnet_port
Sets the Telnet listening port on the switcher.
Syntax
#set_telnet_port port
Parameters
port
Type: INTEGER
The desired remote Telnet listening port (0 - 65535) of the switcher.
Example
#set_telnet_port 23
TELNET_PORT 23
Related Commands
#get_telnet_access
#get_telnet_port
#get_telnet_welcome
#set_telnet_access
#set_telnet_welcome
#use_telnet_login
page | 97
Advanced Operation
Commands
#set_telnet_welcome
Enables or disables the Telnet welcome message.
Syntax
#set_telnet_welcome state
Parameters
state
Type: INTEGER
Accepts a number, from table below, corresponding to the desired state.
state
Description
0
Disable welcome message
1
Enable welcome message
Example
#set_telnet_welcome 1
TELNET WELCOME SCREEN IS ENABLED
Related Commands
#get_telnet_access
#get_telnet_port
#get_telnet_welcome
#set_telnet_access
#set_telnet_port
#use_telnet_login
page | 98
Advanced Operation
Commands
#set_udp_access
Enables or disables UDP access.
Syntax
#set_udp_access state
Parameters
state
Type: INTEGER
Accepts a number, from table below, corresponding to the desired state.
state
Description
0
Disable UDP access
1
Enable UDP access
Example
#set_udp_access 0
UDP_ACCESS 0
Related Commands
#get_remote_udp_access
#get_remote_udp_ip
#get_remote_udp_port
#get_udp_access
#get_udp_port
#set_remote_udp_access
#set_remote_udp_ip
#set_remote_udp_port
#set_udp_port
page | 99
Advanced Operation
Commands
#set_udp_port
Sets the local UDP listening port.
Syntax
#set_udp_port port
Parameters
port
Type: INTEGER
The desired UDP listening port (0 - 65535) of the switcher.
Example
#set_udp_port 50007
UDP_PORT 50007
Related Commands
#get_remote_udp_access
#get_remote_udp_ip
#get_remote_udp_port
#get_udp_access
#get_udp_port
#set_remote_udp_access
#set_remote_udp_ip
#set_remote_udp_port
#set_udp_access
page | 100
Advanced Operation
Commands
#use_telnet_login
Enables or disables login credentials when starting a Telnet session.
Syntax
#use_telnet_login state
Parameters
state
Type: INTEGER
Accepts a number, from table below, corresponding to the desired state.
state
Description
0
Disable Telnet login
1
Enable Telnet login
Example
#use_telnet_login 0
USE_TELNET_LOGIN 0
Related Commands
#get_telnet_access
#get_telnet_port
#get_telnet_welcome
#set_telnet_access
#set_telnet_port
#set_telnet_welcome
page | 101
Advanced Operation
Commands
#gets_output_hdcp
Returns the HDCP state of the output. The value returned is one of the following:
Value
Description
A
Active
U
Unencrypted
F
Fail
Syntax
#get_output_hdcp
Parameters
None
Example
#get_output_hdcp
OUTPUT_HDCP A
Related Commands
#gets_input_hdcp
#gets_input_hpd
#gets_input_mode
#gets_input_signal
#gets_output_hpd
#gets_output_rsense
page | 102
Advanced Operation
Commands
#gets_output_hpd
Returns the HPD state of the output. The value returned is one of the following:
Value
Description
L
HPD low
H
HPD high
Syntax
#get_output_hpd
Parameters
None
Example
#get_output_hpd
OUTPUT_HPD H
Related Commands
#gets_input_hdcp
#gets_input_hpd
#gets_input_mode
#gets_input_signal
#gets_output_hdcp
#gets_output_rsense
page | 103
Advanced Operation
Commands
#gets_output_rsense
Returns the HDCP setting of the specified output. The value returned is one of the
following:
Value
Description
L
HPD low
H
HDP high
Syntax
#get_output_rsense
Parameters
None
Example
#get_output_rsense
OUTPUT_RSENSE L
Related Commands
#gets_input_hdcp
#gets_input_hpd
#gets_input_mode
#gets_input_signal
#gets_output_hdcp
#gets_output_hpd
page | 104
Advanced Operation
Commands
#get_auto_switch
Returns the status of the Auto-Switch feature.
Value
Description
0
Disabled
1
Enabled
Syntax
#get_auto_switch
Parameters
None
Example
#get_auto_switch
AUTO_SWITCH 0
Related Commands
#lock_matrix
#set_auto_switch
r
page | 105
Advanced Operation
Commands
#lock_matrix
Locks or unlocks the switcher. This command locks the front panel and the built-in web
interface of the switcher. Note that if the switcher is locked, settings can still be changed
using the command set.
Syntax
#lock_matrix state
Parameters
state
Type: INTEGER
Accepts a number from the table below, specifying the desired state:
state
Description
0
Unlocks the switcher
1
Locks the switcher
Example
#lock_matrix 1
LOCK_MATRIX 1
Related Commands
#get_auto_switch
#set_auto_switch
r
page | 106
Advanced Operation
Commands
#set_auto_switch
Returns the HDCP setting of the specified output. The value returned is one of the
following:
Syntax
#set_auto_switch state
Parameters
state
Type: INTEGER
Accepts a number, from table below, corresponding to the desired state.
state
Description
0
Disable Auto-Switch
1
Enable Auto-Switch
Example
#set_auto_switch 0
AUTO_SWITCH 0
Related Commands
#get_auto_switch
#lock_matrix
r
page | 107
Advanced Operation
Commands
r
Routes the specified input to the output.
Syntax
r input
Parameters
input
Type: INTEGER / STRING
The number of an HDMI input (1 - 4). This parameter also accepts a string
argument of “OFF”. The “OFF” argument is not case-sensitive. If “OFF” is
specified, then no input is selected. To “turn on” an input that is marked as
“OFF”, use the number of the HDMI input (1 - 4) as the argument.
Examples
r 1
R 1
r off
R OFF
Related Commands
#get_auto_switch
#lock_matrix
#set_auto_switch
page | 108
Advanced Operation
Commands
#factory_reset
Resets the switcher to factory-default settings. If a factory reset is performed through the
built-in web interface or Telnet, then IP settings will be preserved. To reset all, including IP
settings, this command must be issued using RS-232.
Syntax
#factory_reset
Parameters
None
Example
#factory_reset
RESET TO FACTORY DEFAULTS
Related Commands
#reboot
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Advanced Operation
Commands
#get_feedback
Returns the RS-232 feedback status.
Value
Description
0
Disabled
1
Enabled
Syntax
#get_feedback
Parameters
None
Example
#get_feedback
FEEDBACK 1
Related Commands
#get_ir_channel
#get_led_brightness
#set_feedback
#set_ir_channel
#set_led_brightness
#show_firmware_version
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Advanced Operation
Commands
#get_ir_channel
Returns the IR channel of the switcher.
Syntax
#get_ir_channel
Parameters
None
Example
#get_ir_channel
IR_CHANNEL 1
Related Commands
#get_feedback
#get_ir_channel
#get_led_brightness
#set_feedback
#set_ir_channel
#set_led_brightness
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Advanced Operation
Commands
#get_led_brightness
Returns the brightness level of the LED indicators on the front-panel.
Syntax
#get_led_brightness
Parameters
None
Example
#get_led_brightness
LED_BRIGHTNESS 60
Related Commands
#get_feedback
#get_ir_channel
#set_feedback
#set_ir_channel
#set_led_brightness
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Advanced Operation
Commands
#reboot
Reboots the switcher.
Syntax
#reboot
Parameters
None
Example
#reboot
UNIT WILL REBOOT SHORTLY
Related Commands
#factory_reset
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Advanced Operation
Commands
#set_feedback
Enables or disables unsolicited RS-232 feedback.
Syntax
#set_feedback state
Parameters
state
Type: INTEGER
Accepts a number from the table below, specifying the desired state:
state
Description
0
Disable RS-232 feedback
1
Enable RS-232 feedback
Example
#set_feedback 1
FEEDBACK 1
Related Commands
#get_feedback
#get_ir_channel
#get_led_brightness
#set_ir_channel
#set_led_brightness
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Advanced Operation
Commands
#set_ir_channel
Sets the IR channel of the switcher. In order to use the included IR remote control with the
switcher, both the switcher and the IR remote control must be set to the same IR channel.
Syntax
#set_ir_channel irch
Parameters
irch
Type: INTEGER
Accepts a number from the table below, corresponding to the desired IR channel.
irch
Description
1
IR channel 1
2
IR channel 2
3
IR channel 3
4
IR channel 4
Example
#set_ir_channel 2
IR_CHANNEL 2
Related Commands
#get_feedback
#get_ir_channel
#get_led_brightness
#set_feedback
#set_led_brightness
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Advanced Operation
Commands
#set_led_brightness
Sets the brightness level of the LED indicators on the front panel.
Syntax
#set_led_brightness level
Parameters
level
Type: INTEGER
Accepts a number within the range of 0 - 100. The value of 100 represents
the brightest setting of the LED indicators.
Example
#set_led_brightness 75
LED_BRIGHTNESS 75
Related Commands
#get_feedback
#get_ir_channel
#get_led_brightness
#set_feedback
#set_ir_channel
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Advanced Operation
Commands
#show_firmware_version
Returns the firmware version of the switcher. The returned value will depend upon the
version of firmware that is currently installed.
Syntax
#show_firmware_version
Parameters
None
Example
#show_firmware_version
FIRWMARE VERSION IS 1.0
Related Commands
None
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4K ULTRA
4x1 Switcher for HDMI w/HDR
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Appendix
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Appendix
Network Cable Diagram
Front of RJ-45 Connector
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Gefen recommends the TIA/EIA-568-B wiring option. Use the table below when
field-terminating cable for use with Gefen products.
Pin
Color
Description
1
Orange / White
TD+ (Transmit Data, positive differential signal)
2
Orange
TD- (Transmit Data, negative differential signal)
3
Green / White
RD+ (Receive Data, positive differential signal)
4
Blue
Unused
5
Blue / White
Unused
6
Green
RD- (Receive Data, negative differential signal)
7
Brown / White
Unused
8
Brown / White
Unused
Information
Shielded CAT-5e (or better) cabling is recommended.
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Appendix
Specifications
Supported Formats
Resolutions (max.)
•
•
•
•
4K DCI-Cinema (4096 x 2160 at 60 Hz,
4:4:4 color space)
4K Ultra HD (3860 x 2160 at 60Hz, 4:4:4
color space)
1080p Full HD
1920x1200 WUXGA
3840 x 2160p 60 Hz (4:2:0)
•
•
•
LPCM 7.1
Dolby Atmos®, Dolby® TrueHD
DTS:X™, DTS-HD Master Audio™
HDMI In
•
1 x Type A, 19-pin female, locking
HDMI Out
•
4 x Type A, 19-pin female, locking
RS-232
•
1 x DB-9
IP Control
•
1 x RJ-45
IR Sensor
•
1 x front panel
IR In/Ext
•
1 x 3.5mm mini-stereo
Select
•
1 x tact switch
Reset
•
1 x tact switch, recessed
Power
•
1 x LED, blue
Input indicators
•
4 x LED, green/amber
Output indicator
•
1 x LED, green
Power connector
•
1 x locking type
Maximum pixel clock
•
600 MHz
Power input
•
5 V DC
Power consumption
•
7W
Operating Temperature
•
+32 to +122 °F (0 to +50 °C)
Operating Humidity
•
5% to 90% RH, non-condensing
Storage Temperature
•
-4 to +185 °F (-20 to +85 °C)
Storage Humidity
•
0% to 95% RH, non-condensing
Pin 18, HDMI output port 1 and 2
•
500 mA (max.) @ 5 V
MTBF
•
300000 hours
•
Audio
Connectors, Controls, and Indicators
Operational
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Appendix
Specifications
Physical
Dimensions (W x H x D)
•
8.4” x 1” x 3.7” (213mm x 25mm x 93mm),
without connectors or feet
Net Weight
•
0.75 lbs (0.3 kg)
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Appendix
Index
#set_edid_copy 70
#set_edid_lock 71
#set_edid_mode 72
#set_feedback 114
#set_gateway 88
#set_http_port 89
#set_ip_address 90
#set_ip_mode 91
#set_ir_channel 115
#set_led_brightness 116
#set_netmask 92
#set_remote_udp_access 93
#set_remote_udp_ip 94
#set_remote_udp_port 95
#set_showme 60
#set_telnet_access 96
#set_telnet_port 97
#set_telnet_welcome 98
#set_udp_access 99
#set_udp_port 100
#show_firmware_version 117
#use_telnet_login 101
A
Auto Switch feature 18
C
Commands 50
#factory_reset 109
#get_auto_switch 105
#get_device_desc 53
#get_discovery 54
#get_discovery_mode 55
#get_ds_edid 66
#get_edid_mode 67
#get_ext_edid 68
#get_feedback 110
#get_gateway 73
#get_http_port 74
#get_ip_address 75
#get_ipconfig 77
#get_ip_mode 76
#get_ir_channel 111
#get_led_brightness 112
#get_mac_addr 78
#get_netmask 79
#get_preset_edid 69
#get_remote_udp_access 80
#get_remote_udp_ip 81
#get_remote_udp_port 82
#get_showme 56
#gets_input_hdcp 62
#gets_input_hpd 63
#gets_input_mode 64
#gets_input_signal 65
#gets_output_hdcp 102
#gets_output_hpd 103
#gets_output_rsense 104
#get_telnet_access 83
#get_telnet_port 84
#get_telnet_welcome 85
#get_udp_access 86
#get_udp_port 87
#help 61
#lock_matrix 106
r 108
#reboot 113
#set_auto_switch 107
#set_device_desc 57
#set_discovery 58
#set_discovery_mode 59
D
Discovery Settings 38
E
EDID
copying EDID data 27
custom EDID 26
downloading EDID data 30
EDID mode 25
getting EDID information 29
uploading EDID data 32
F
Features vii
Firmware Update 41
H
HDCP Control 22
HPD Control 21
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Appendix
Index
I
T
IR Remote Control
description 4
installing batteries 5
setting the IR channel 6
switching using the IR remote 13
Table of Contents ix
Technical Support v
U
UDP
L
Licensing iv
N
Network
Discovery settings 38
IP settings 33
TCP / Telnet settings 34
Web login settings 37
O
Operating Notes vi
P
Packing list vii
Password
default 35
setting 35
R
RS-232
configuration 49
feedback 39
configuration 48
remote UDP access 36
remote UDP address 36
UDP listening port 36
W
Warranty Information iii
Web Interface
changing input and output names 20
customizing icons 24
downloading configuration 39
factory reset 44
HDCP 22
HPD control 21
input and output status 19
introduction 14
buttons 16
logging in 14
tabs and sub-tabs 16
rebooting the switcher 45
restoring configuration 40
RS-232 feedback 39
setting the EDID mode 25
custom EDID 26
setting the IR channel 43
setting the LED brightness 43
updating firmware 41
S
Safety Instructions ii
Specifications 121
Switching
using the front panel 12
using the IR remote 13
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