4K/UHD 5 Input HDMI Switcher with Mirrored HDMI and

4K/UHD 5 Input HDMI Switcher with Mirrored HDMI and
4K/UHD 5 Input HDMI Switcher
with Mirrored HDMI and
HDBaseT Outputs and PoE
AT-UHD-SW-52ED
User Manual
Please check http://www.atlona.com/UHD-SW-52ED.html
for the most recent firmware update or manual.
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Table of Contents
1. Introduction................................................................................................... 3
2. Package Contents
................................................................................................... 3
3. Features................................................................................................... 3
4. Category Cable
................................................................................................... 4
4. Panel Descriptions
a. Front................................................................................................... 5
b. Back................................................................................................... 5
5. Remote Control
................................................................................................... 5
6. Captive Screw
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7. Audio................................................................................................... 7
8. TCP/IP................................................................................................... 8-13
9. RS-232 ................................................................................................... 14-16
10. Connection Diagram
................................................................................................... 17
11. Specifications
................................................................................................... 18
12. Safety................................................................................................... 19
13. Warranty................................................................................................... 20-21
14. Registration
................................................................................................... 21
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Introduction
The 4K/UHD 5 input HDMI switcher is an affordable 5-input, 2-output switcher with 4K @ 60Hz, IR, RS-232,
and TCP/IP control, EDID and HDCP management, and mirrored HDMI and HDBaseT outputs. The UHD-SW52ED provides an easy to install solution for home and small offices.
Package Content
• 1 x UHD-SW-52ED
• 1 x 48V DC power supply
• 4 x Female captive screw connector (5pin: analog audio and IR, 3 pin: RS-232, and 2 pin: power)
• 1 x Short rack ear
• 1 x Long rack ear
• 2 x Mounting plates
• 1 x Remote control
• 1 x Rubber feet
• 1 x User Manual
Features
• Mirrored HDMI and HDBaseT outputs
• +4 dBu balanced analog audio output
• Control volume using webGUI, IR, TCP/IP, or RS-232
• Smart switching with auto-detect (5V and signal detect) for inputs (activated through RS-232 or TCP/IP)
• HDCP management
• Supports resolutions up to 4K (UHD) 60Hz @ chroma sub-sampling 4:2:0 8-bit
• Supports Dolby® TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio™ when using an HDMI cable
• Digital audio de-embedding through the S/PDIF output for up to DTS 5.1™ and Dolby® Digital
• Analog audio de-embedding through captive screw connector
• EDID management
• Easy to use webGUI through TCP/IP connection
• Half-rack size
• Comes with rack mount ears and mounting plates
Oval holes on
the rack ears will
always be attached
to the rack.
Rack Ear x 1
Circular holes
will always be
attached to
the unit.
Larger oval
hole will be
attached to
the wall/table.
Mounting Plate x 2
Rack Ear x 1
The SW-52ED can be mounted in three ways: as a single unit in a rack, with a second unit in a rack, or
against a wall/table using the mounting plates.
Single unit mounting will use the long rack ear and short rack ear to affix the unit to the rack.
Two unit mounting will use two short rack ears (the second will be in the box with the second unit) and two
mountings plates to affix the two units together inside the rack.
Wall/table mounting will use both mounting plates to affix the unit to a table or wall.
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Category Cable
For the category cables used in the installation of these products, please be sure to use a 568B
termination as pictured below:
1. White - Orange
2. Orange
3. White - Green
4. Blue
5. White - Blue
6. Green
7. White - Brown
8. Brown
Use the table below to verify the best category cable for the installation.
Performance Rating
Wiring
Shielding
Solid
Stranded - Patch
cable
(Not recommended)
Type of LAN cable
CAT5e/6
CAT6a/7
Shielded (STP/FTP)
***
****
UnShielded (UTP)
**
N/A
Unshielded (UTP)
*
N/A
Shielded (STP/FTP)
*
N/A
Termination
Please use EIA/TIA-568-B termination
Important! 4K (UHD) signals are sensitive to cable quality and installation technique. It is recommended to
use CAT6a/7 solid core cables for best results.
Note: For cable distances see the specifications on page 10
Connector
Connector type and size is very important to ensure extenders work correctly. Please use the
matching cable type with the correct RJ45 connector.
CAT5e and CAT 6 cables should use only CAT5e RJ45 connectors
CAT6a cables should use only CAT6a connectors
CAT7 cables should use only CAT7 connectors
Using the wrong size of connectors may result in interference causing loss of signal.
Important! “EZ RJ45 connectors” are not recommended with HDBaseT extenders. Doing so may result in stray EMI/RFI
signals to be picked up and interfere with audio and video transmission.
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Panel Descriptions
Front Panel
INPUT
POWER
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
HDMI 3
HDMI 4
HDMI 5
VOLUME
AT-UHD-SW-52ED
L
1
AUDIO
R
2
3
1. HDMI LEDs - Illuminates to indicate the selected source
2. Volume LEDs - Displays the volume level
3. Power Button - Turns switcher on or places it in standby mode
4. Volume up/down - Adjusts output volume
5. Input Button - Switches between HDMI inputs
+
-
1
2
3
HDMI IN
4
5
+
S/PDIF OUT
-
HDMI OUT
IN
HDBaseT OUT
HDMI 1
IR
4
P
OUT
S
S
FW
RS-232
5
RX TX
+
DC 48V
LAN
INPUT
POWER
HDMI 2
HDMI 3
HDMI 4
Back Panel
7
HDMI 5
VOLUME
8
AT-UHD-SW-52ED
AUDIO
R
L
-
1
2
3
HDMI IN
4
5
1
+
+
-
IN
S/PDIF OUT
P
IR
RS-232
OUT
S
S
RX TX
HDMI OUT
HDBaseT OUT
FW
LAN
+
DC 48V
2
3
4
5
6
1. HDMI IN - Connect sources here
2. HDMI OUT - Connect to an HDMI display, extender, or switcher
3. HDBaseT OUT - Connect to an HDBaseT PoE receiver (ex. AT-UHD-EX-70C-RX or AT-UHD-EX-100CE-RX)
4. Mini USB port: Firmware update port, connect a Mini USB to USB A cable to a computer
5. LAN port - Connect network switch or router to this port for TCP/IP or webGUI control
6. DC 48V: Connect included captive screw, 48V DC power supply here
7. Audio output - Connect to an amplifier, mixer, DSP, audio receiver, or other audio device
8. RS-232 port - Connect control system to RS-232 port
Remote Control
1. Power On/Off: Turn switcher power on and off
2. Video On/Off: Turns video output off and on
3. Input selection: Selects source
4. Audio control: Adjust volume up/down
Mute: Mute output volume
Video
Power
1
On
2
On
All On
Off
Video 2
Video 1
On
Off
Input
Note: Setup buttons are not functional for the UHD-SW-52ED switcher
3
Off
Audio
1
2
Vol +
3
4
Vol -
5
4
Mute
Setup
Menu
Enter
Return
SW-R1
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Captive Screw
Captive screw connectors are an added feature on the UHD-SW. The Captive screw connectors allow you to
cut cables down to a suitable length, reducing cable clutter while providing a more reliable connection.
Connecting
When connecting the cables to the female captive screw connector it is important that the wires be
terminated correctly. The female captive screw connector has a contact plate at the top and must have the
wires touching it for signal to pass. When wired correctly (see picture A) the signal will pass, incorrectly (see
picture B) no signal will pass.
A
1
The captive screw connectors have
a contact bar that is adjusted to
compress the wire against the top
contact plate. Use the screws at the
top of the connector to compress the
wire against the contact plate.
B
3
2
Power
RS-232
4
-
+
Black: - White: +
Counter
Clockwise
Clockwise
Turn the screws clockwise to
raise the contact bar to the
upper contact plate and hold
the wires in place.
Turn the screws counter
clockwise to lower the
contact bar to release the
wires.
Female captive screw connectors are included: Power (see picture 1),
RS-232 (see picture 2), and IR (see picture 3).
IR
The power cable (picture
4) will have exposed
wires. Each wire is
encased in a different
colored cover.
RS-232 pin out will be
determined by the RS-232
cable and will connect as Rx
(receiver), Tx (transmitter), and
(ground). (See picture 5)
5
Pin out color will differ
per RS-232 cable.
Note: The IR receiver and IR transmitter is optional for the UHD-SW-52ED. The compatible IR receiver (AT-IR-CS-RX)
and IR transmitter (AT-IR-CS-TX) can be purchased through atlona.com.
The wires of the emitter and receiver have been marked to differentiate the pin outs.
Signal (S)
Ground ( )
The included IR emitter has two wires: signal and ground. Signal will have a solid line and ground will be
blank. The IR emitter will plug into the IR OUT ports.
Signal (S)
Ground ( )
Power (P)
There are three wires on the IR receiver (sold separately): signal, ground, and power. Signal has a dotted line,
ground will be blank, and power will have a solid line. The IR receiver will plug into the IR IN ports.
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Analog Audio
A captive screw analog audio connector is provided to ensure a more reliable and secure
connection. The captive screw connector supports balanced and unbalanced audio output.
Balanced audio connections use two signal wires and a ground to ensure the least amount of
interference to an audio signal over longer cable runs. Unbalanced audio connections use two
wires for shorter audio runs.
XLR
1(
RCA
Tip (+)
)
3(-)
2(+)
Sleeve (
Ground)
Note: Pin outs may vary, please refer to the audio device’s manual to ensure a correct connection.
Important! When terminating cables, please ensure exposed adjacent wires do not touch. This may result in a short
that can damage connected devices.
BALANCED
L
-
+ -
/
+
UNBALANCED
R
+
L
-
-
+ -
/
+
+
R
+
-
+
Important! With unbalanced connections a jumper is needed between ground and negative to reduce noise
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TCP/IP
For convenience, the UHD-SW comes with DHCP on. This enables the switcher to be connected
to a network without knowing available IP addresses. If your network does not allow dynamic IP
addresses or if you are using the UHD-SW with a TCP/IP control system, this feature may be turned
off and the IP address set using RS-232 commands or the webGUI.
TCP/IP WebGUI
Atlona has created an easy to use WebGUI for initial setup and later changes to the configuration
of the UHD-SW.
To begin, plug a LAN cable into the LAN port of the UHD-SW and your network, then type the IP
address of the UHD-SW into a web browser of a PC connected to the same network (as seen below).
To find the switcher IP: use RS-232 command “IPCFG”.
Note: IP addresses may also be found using common free IP scanner software such as “Advanced IP
Scanner”
Important: If any stability issues are experienced, disable any anti-virus or firewall that may interfere with
network communication to the switcher. Once set up is done and the switcher GUI is no
longer used, the firewall and anti-virus can be re-enabled.
A login screen will appear (this is the same log in for admin and general users). For the first log in
(and future admin changes) the username is “root” and password is “Atlona”.
Note: Only the admin password can be changed (see page 9). The username will always remain
“root”.
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The home screen tab
will display the general
system information.
The network set up page will allow the IP information to be changed. When a change is made the
screen will grey and the ability to save or cancel will display at the bottom.
Note: When DHCP is on, the IP address cannot be configured. Turn DHCP off to enable IP configuration.
Note: For a stable connection when using a control system, it is best to set up a static IP. As you select an IP
address, make certain no other devices on your network are using that IP address.
Login Mode has been added to provide a secure telnet login. Once Login Mode has been turned on
a username and password will be required on all IP connections to the switcher.
Note: Login mode should be in off position when the UHD-SW is used with control systems that do not
support passwords. If your control system supports password protection, you can turn login mode
on. The GUI always requires a password.
Note: The username and password used in IP Login Mode will be the same login information as the
WebGUI.
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System Settings
Auto Switch - Turn auto switching on/off. Default is off.
Video Settings
Source - Select one of the five inputs to be routed to the output.
Audio Settings
Volume - Adjust output volume up or down
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The config page will allow the admin password to be changed, users to be added, and the RS-232 port to
be configured.
Note: User information will display for the admin only. Up to 3 users other than admin can be added.
Note: Only the admin password can be changed. The username will always remain “root”. If the admin password is
lost the system must be returned to factory settings and setup repeated.
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The EDID page enables the input preferred timing to be selected and HDCP compliance reporting
to be set.
Internal EDIDs STD Sink (pass through)
Int_3
1080P DD
Int_6
1080P 3D DD
Int_9
1280x800 2Ch
Int_12 1280x800 DVI
Int_1
Int_4
Int_7
Int_10
Int_13
1080P 2Ch
1080P 3D 2Ch 720P 2CH 1366x768 2Ch
3840x2160 2Ch
Int_2
Int_5
Int_8
Int_11
Int_14
1080P MCh 1080P 3D MCh
720P DD
1080P DVI
3840x2160 MCh
Note: Internal EDIDs include audio EDIDs as well. 2Ch is two channel audio, MCh is multi-channel audio (including up
to Dolby TrueHD or DTS-HD Master Audio), DD is Dolby Digital, and DVI does not include audio.
Note: UHD-SW-52ED protects HDCP encoded content and will not pass HDCP content to a non-HDCP compliant
device.
Note: Some devices flag all content as protected when connected to an HDCP compliant display. This prevents what
should be non-protected content from reaching devices (i.e. teleconference system) through the
UHD-SW-52ED.
Note: When HDCP reports as non-compliant, only user created content is transmitted. Protected content from all
sources (ex. Blu-ray, AppleTV, etc) is blocked.
This function is controllable through RS-232 and TCP/IP.
EDID Saved
Save the current output’s EDID to memory. There are eight total EDID memories to save to.
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Download the latest firmware from http://www.atlona.com/UHD-SW-52ED.html then update the
unit using the browse and upload buttons.
Click the browse button and select the firmware to be loaded. Once selected, press the upload
button. The progress bar will display the progress of the firmware update.
The HDBaseT port has a separate firmware to be updated. This firmware can be found at http://
www.atlona.com/UHD-SW-52ED.html
Click the browse button and select the Valen’s firmware to be loaded. Once selected, press the
upload button, the progress bar will display the progress of the firmware update.
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RS-232
Hyperterminal
To set up the RS-232 hyperterminal the first thing needed is to find the RS-232 communications port under
the computer’s device manager. Once there right click the port and select properties. Under the properties
menu select the port settings tab and update the menu to the switcher default:
Bits Per Second: 115200, Data Bits: 8, Parity: None, Stop Bits: 1 and Flow Control: None.
A
B
C
Connection
RS-232 is connected through a 9-pin female D connector. The pins will have functions associated with them,
some will be unassigned.
5
4
9
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7
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
2
6
14
Pin
---Tx
Rx
---Gnd
-------------
Function
Not used
Transmit
Receive
Not used
Ground
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
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Commands (TCP/IP and RS-232)
The command codes are case sensitive, do not change capitalization, spacing, or lettering.
Command
Feedback
Description
PWON
PWON
Turns switcher on
PWOFF
PWOFF
Turns switcher off
PWSTA
PWSTA
Displays power status
VersionX
Ex. Version OSD
VersionX
Ex. Version x.x.xx
Type
AT-UHD-SW-52ED
Displays the software versions: ex. VersionMCU
firmware [MCU]
OSD menu [OSD]
DSP [DSP]
FPGA [FPGA]
Displays the model information
Mreset
Mreset
Reset device to manufacture default
Lock
Lock
Locks the front panel buttons
Unlock
Unlock
Unlocks the front panel buttons
x3AVx1
x3AVx1
Switch inputs Ex. Switch output 1 to input 4= x4AVx1
Status
x2AVx1, x3AVx2
Displays what input is connected to the what output
x1$ X
x1$ on
AutoSW X
AutoSW on
Turns on/off output channel (X= on, off, sta)
Ex. x2$ off - Turns output 2 off
Turns auto switching on/off (X= on, off, sta)
IRON
IRON
Turns on the IR receiver window
IROFF
IROFF
Turns off the IR receiver window
EDIDCopyX memY
EDIDCopyX memY
Save the EDID of output X (1 or 2) to memory Y (1-8)
Ex. EDIDCopy1 mem2 Ex. EDIDCopy1 mem2 Ex. Copy EDID of output 2 to memory 5 = EDIDCopy2 mem5
EDIDMSetX default
EDIDMSetX default
Set the EDID of the input to the default EDID
EDIDMSetX saveY
EDIDMSetX saveY
EDIDMSetX intY
EDIDMSetX intY
HDCPSetX Y
Ex. HDCPSet1 on
AudioOutX Y
HDCPSetX Y
Ex. HDCPSet1 on
AudioOutX on
VOUT1 +
VOUT1 XX
Set the EDID of an input to the previously saved EDID memory
Ex. EDIDMset3 save1 - sets input 3 to EDID memory 1
Sets the EDID of an input to one of the internal EDIDs
Ex. EDIDMSet2 int3 - Sets input 3 to internal EDID 3
Set HDCP reporting mode of the HDMI input (X= 1-5)(Y= on, off, sta)
Ex. Input 3 to report HDCP non-compliant = HDCPSet3 off
Turns the HDMI audio of each output (X= 1, 2) on/off (Y= on, off, sta)
Ex. Turn Output 2 HDMI audio off = AudioOut2 off
Increases volume output by 1
VOUT1 -
VOUT1 XX
Decreases volume output by 1
VOUT1 YY
Ex. VOUT1 -60
VOUT1 sta
VOUT1 XX
Ex. VOUT1 -60
VOUT1 YY
Set volume output to a specific value (XX= -80 to 6)
VOUTMute1 X
VOUTMute1 X
Mute or unmute the output volume (X= on, off, sta)
Displays current volume output
Each command or feedback is terminated with a carriage return.
Note: If the command fails or is incorrect the feedback is “Command FAILED”
[Y] preferred timing STD Sink (pass through)
3
1080P DD
6
1080P 3D DD
9
1280x800 2Ch
12 1280x800 DVI
1
4
7
10
13
1080P 2Ch
1080P 3D 2Ch 720P 2CH 1366x768 2Ch
3840x2160 2Ch
2
5
8
11
14
1080P MCh 1080P 3D MCh
720P DD
1080P DVI
3840x2160 MCh
Note: Preferred timings include audio EDIDs as well. 2Ch is two channel audio, MCh is multi-channel audio
(including up to Dolby TrueHD or DTS-HD Master Audio), DD is Dolby Digital, and DVI does not
include audio.
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IP Commands
Command
IPCFG
Feedback
IP Addr : x.x.x.x
Netmask : x.x.x.x
Gateway : x.x.x.x
IP Port : x
IPQuit
TCP/IP user was added
IPQuit
IPAddUser X Y
Ex. IPAddUser Atlona 1234
IPAddUser
username password
username password
username password
IPDelUser X
TCP/IP user was deleted
IPDHCP X
IPDHCP X
IPStatic X Y Z
IPStatic X Y Z
Ex. IPStatic 192.168.1.1
Ex. IPStatic 192.168.1.1
255.255.255.0
255.255.255.0
192.168.1.200
192.168.1.200
IPPort X
IPPort X
IPLogin X
IPLogin X
Ex. IPLogin off
Ex. IPLogin off
Broadcast X
Broadcast X
Ex. Broadcast on
Ex. Broadcast on
IPTimeout XX
IPTimeout XX
Ex. IPTimeout 300
Ex. IPTimeout300
Description
Displays IP address configuration
Logs out of TCP/IP Connection
Adds a user for TCP/IP control
X= user and Y= Password
Displays a list of users and passwords
Delete a user from TCP/IP X= username
Turns HDCP on or off X= on, off, sta
Sets static IP address
IPStatic Address(X) Netmask(Y) Gateway(Z)
Set the TCP/IP Port
Enables IP Login
X= on, off, sta
Sets broadcast mode on or off
X= on, off, sta
Determines amount of seconds of inactivity before TCP/IP
disconnects
Each command or feedback is terminated with a carriage return.
Note: If the command fails or is incorrect the feedback is “Command FAILED”
Baud Rate
Default baud rate to control the switcher is 115200 and default baud rate to control the display or projector
is 9600.
Note: For the display’s actual baud rate, refer to the owner’s manual
To change the baud rate of the switcher (for switcher control) or the zone output (for display/projector
control), the commands below will be needed
Switcher baud command
CSpara[baudrate,data-length,parity,stop-bit] (data-length, parity, and stop-bit for switcher must be 8,0,1)
Example: To change the baud rate to 38400 use CSpara[38400,8,0,1]
Note: Use this command if the connected control system does not output 115200
Zone output baud commands (for display control)
RS232para1[baudrate,data-length,parity,stop-bit]
Example: To change the output baud rate to 19200 use RS232para1[19200,8,0,1]
Note: Use this command if the connected display uses a different baud rate
RS232zone1[command]
Once the switcher and zone output have been set up for the best communication, commands can be sent
to control the display. The commands will come from the user manual of the display or projector. The commands and any carriage returns/line feeds in the commands will need to be placed in the bracket.
Example: To turn the display or projector on if the command is PWRON carriage return, use the command:
RS232zone1[PWRON carriage return]
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Connection Diagram
Video
Audio
HDBaseT
Control
INPUT
POWER
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
HDMI 3
HDMI 4
HDMI 5
VOLUME
AT-UHD-SW-52ED
AUDIO
R
L
-
1
2
3
HDMI IN
4
5
+
+
-
HDMI OUT
IN
S/PDIF OUT
P
IR
OUT
S
S
FW
HDBaseT OUT
LAN
RS-232
RX TX
+
DC 48V
MUTE OFF
+
VCR
DVD
-
A
B
CAM
PC1
C
D
PC2
PC3
1
2
Control System
AT-UHD-EX-100CE
POWER
RX TX
RS-232
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FW
ETHERNET
AT-UHD-EX-100CE-RX
P S
IR IN
LINK
S
IR OUT
HDBaseT IN
HDMI OUT
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Specifications
Resolutions
Video4096x2160@24/25/30/50*/60Hz*, 3840x2160@24/25/30/50*/60Hz* (UHD),
2048x1080p, 1080p@23.98/24/25/29.97/30/50/59.94/60Hz,
1080i@50/59.94/60Hz, 720p@50/59.94/60Hz, 576p, 576i, 480p, 480i
VESA
2560x2048, 2560x1600, 2048x1536, 1920x1200, 1680x1050, 1600x1200,
1600x900, 1440x900, 1400x1050, 1366x768, 1360x768, 1280x1024,
1280x800, 1280x768, 1152x864, 1024x768, 800x600, 640x480
ColorspaceYUV, RGB
Chroma Sub-sampling 4:4:4, 4:2:2, 4:2:0
Color depth
8-bit, 10-bit, 12-bit
Audio
Formats - HDMI IN/OUT
Formats - S/PDIF
Format - captive screw
Sample rate
PCM 2 Ch, LPCM 5.1, LPCM 7.1, Dolby Digital, DTS 5.1, Dolby Digital Plus,
Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio
PCM 2 Ch, LPCM 5.1, LPCM 7.1, Dolby Digital, DTS 5.1
max analog output: balanced +4dBu nominal, +18dBu @ 0 dB fs, 2Ch PCM
32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz, 96 kHz, 176.4 kHz, 192 kHz
Distance (per port)
CAT5e/6 @ 4K
CAT5e/6 @ 1080p
CAT6a/7 @ 4K HDMI IN/OUT @ 4K
HDMI IN/OUT @ 1080p
up to 70M
up to 100M
up to 100M
up to 5M
up to 10M
up to 230 ft
up to 328 ft
up to 328 ft
up to 15 ft
up to 30 ft
Signal
Bandwidth10.2 Gbps
CECPass through
HDCP
Switchable - Complaint / Non-compliant
Temperature
Operating
Storage
Humidity
0°C to 50°C
-20°C to 60°C
20 to 90% non-condensing
32°F to 122°F
-4°F to 140°F
Power
Consumption22W
Idle Consumption
9.06W
Supply
Input: AC100~240V 50/60Hz
Output: DC 48V/0.83A
Dimension
H x W x D
Rack size
44 x 222.25 x 261 (mm)
1/2 rack, 1RU
1.73 x 8.75 x 10.28 (inch)
Weight
Device3.15 kg1.44 lbs
Certification
Power Supply
CE, FCC, cULus, RCM
ProductCE, FCC
**4096x2160@50/60Hz & 3840x2160@50/60Hz supported @ chroma subsampling 4:2:0 8-bit only
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Safety Information
Safeguards
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not
expose this product to rain or moisture
Do not modify the wall plug. Doing so will
void the warranty and safety features.
If the wall plug does not fit into your local
power socket, hire an electrician to replace
your obsolete socket.
This equipment should be installed near
the socket outlet and the device should
be easily accessible in the case it requires
disconnection.
Precautions
FCC regulations state that any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment, not expressly
approved by the manufacturer, could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
Operate this product using only the included external power supply. Use of other power supplies could
impair performance, damage the product, or cause fires.
In the event of an electrostatic discharge this device may automatically turn off. If this occurs, unplug the
device and plug it back in.
Protect and route power cords so they will not be stepped on or pinched by anything placed on or against
them. Be especially careful of plug-ins or cord exit points from this product.
Avoid excessive humidity, sudden temperature changes or temperature extremes.
Keep this product away from wet locations such as bathtubs, sinks, laundries, wet basements, fish tanks,
and swimming pools.
Use only accessories recommended by Atlona to avoid fire, shock, or other hazards.
Unplug the product before cleaning. Use a damp cloth for cleaning and not cleaning fluid or aerosols. Such
products could enter the unit and cause damage, fire, or electric shock. Some substances may also mar the
finish of the product.
Never open, remove unit panels, or make any adjustments not described in this manual. Attempting to
do so could expose you to dangerous electrical shock or other hazards. It may also cause damage to your
product. Opening the product will void the warranty.
Do not attempt to service the unit. Disconnect the product and contact your authorized Atlona reseller or
contact Atlona directly.
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Atlona, Inc. (“Atlona”) Limited Product Warranty Policy
Coverage
Atlona warrants its products will substantially perform to their published specifications and will be free from defects in
materials and workmanship under normal use, conditions and service.
Under its Limited Product Warranty, Atlona, at its sole discretion, will either:
A) repair or facilitate the repair of defective products within a reasonable period of time, restore products to their
proper operating condition and return defective products free of any charge for necessary parts, labor and shipping
OR
B) replace and return, free of charge, any defective products with direct replacement or with similar products deemed
by Atlona to perform substantially the same function as the original products
OR
C) refund the pro-rated value based on the remaining term of the warranty period, not to exceed MSRP, in cases
where products are beyond repair and/or no direct or substantially similar replacement products exist.
Repair, replacement or refund of Atlona’s products is the purchaser’s exclusive remedy and Atlona’s liability does not
extend to any other damages, incidental, consequential or otherwise.
This Limited Product Warranty extends to the original end-user purchaser of Atlona’s products and is non-transferrable to
any subsequent purchaser(s) or owner(s) of these products.
Coverage Periods
Atlona’s Limited Product Warranty Period begins on the date of purchase by the end-purchaser. The date contained on
the end-purchaser‘s sales or delivery receipt is the proof purchase date.
Limited Product Warranty Terms – New Products
• 10 years from proof of purchase date for hardware/electronics products purchased on or after June 1, 2013
• 3 years from proof of purchase date for hardware/electronics products purchased before June 1, 2013
• Lifetime Limited Product Warranty for all cable products
Limited Product Warranty Terms – Refurbished (B-Stock) Products
• 3 years from proof of purchase date for all Refurbished (B-Stock) hardware and electronic products purchased on or
after June 1, 2013
Remedy
Atlona recommends that end-purchasers contact their authorized Atlona dealer or reseller from whom they purchased
their products. Atlona can also be contacted directly. Visit www.atlona.com for Atlona’s contact information and hours
of operation. Atlona requires that a dated sales or delivery receipt from an authorized dealer, reseller or end-purchaser is
provided before Atlona extends its warranty services. Additionally, a return merchandise authorization (RMA) and/or case
number, is required to be obtained from Atlona in advance of returns.
Atlona requires that products returned are properly packed, preferably in the original carton, for shipping. Cartons not
bearing a return authorization or case number will be refused. Atlona, at its sole discretion, reserves the right to reject
any products received without advanced authorization. Authorizations can be requested by calling 1-877-536-3976 (US
toll free) or 1-408- 962-0515 (US/international) or via Atlona’s website at www.atlona.com.
Exclusions
This Limited Product Warranty excludes:
• Damage, deterioration or malfunction caused by any alteration, modification, improper use, neglect, improper
packing or shipping (such claims must be presented to the carrier), lightning, power surges, or other acts of nature.
• Damage, deterioration or malfunction resulting from the installation or removal of this product from any installation,
any unauthorized tampering with this product, any repairs attempted by anyone unauthorized by Atlona to make
such repairs, or any other cause which does not relate directly to a defect in materials and/or workmanship of this
product.
• Equipment enclosures, cables, power supplies, batteries, LCD displays, and any accessories used in conjunction with
the product(s).
• Products purchased from unauthorized distributors, dealers, resellers, auction websites and similar unauthorized
channels of distribution.
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Disclaimers
This Limited Product Warranty does not imply that the electronic components contained within Atlona’s products will
not become obsolete nor does it imply Atlona products or their electronic components will remain compatible with any
other current product, technology or any future products or technologies in which Atlona’s products may be used in
conjunction with. Atlona, at its sole discretion, reserves the right not to extend its warranty offering in instances arising
outside its normal course of business including, but not limited to, damage inflicted to its products from acts of god.
Limitation on Liability
The maximum liability of Atlona under this limited product warranty shall not exceed the original Atlona MSRP for
its products. To the maximum extent permitted by law, Atlona is not responsible for the direct, special, incidental or
consequential damages resulting from any breach of warranty or condition, or under any other legal theory. Some
countries, districts or states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of relief, special, incidental, consequential or indirect
damages, or the limitation of liability to specified amounts, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
Exclusive Remedy
To the maximum extent permitted by law, this limited product warranty and the remedies set forth above are exclusive
and in lieu of all other warranties, remedies and conditions, whether oral or written, express or implied. To the maximum
extent permitted by law, Atlona specifically disclaims all implied warranties, including, without limitation, warranties
of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. If Atlona cannot lawfully disclaim or exclude implied warranties
under applicable law, then all implied warranties covering its products including warranties of merchantability and fitness
for a particular purpose, shall provide to its products under applicable law. If any product to which this limited warranty
applies is a “Consumer Product” under the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act (15 U.S.C.A. §2301, ET SEQ.) or other
applicable law, the foregoing disclaimer of implied warranties shall not apply, and all implied warranties on its products,
including warranties of merchantability and fitness for the particular purpose, shall apply as provided under applicable
law.
Other Conditions
Atlona’s Limited Product Warranty offering gives legal rights, and other rights may apply and vary from country to
country or state to state. This limited warranty is void if (i) the label bearing the serial number of products have been
removed or defaced, (ii) products are not purchased from an authorized Atlona dealer or reseller. A comprehensive list of
Atlona’s authorized distributors, dealers and resellers can be found at www.atlona.com.
Atlona Product Registration
Thank you for purchasing this Atlona product. - We hope you enjoy it and will take an extra few moments to
register your new purchase.
Registration creates an ownership record if your product is lost or stolen and helps ensure you’ll receive
notification of performance issues and firmware updates.
At Atlona, we respect and protect your privacy, assuring you that your registration information is completely
secure. Atlona product registration is completely voluntary and failure to register will not diminish your limited
warranty rights.
To register go to: http://www.atlona.com/registration
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