Cat5 Reach DVI QSG

Cat5 Reach DVI QSG
Cat5 Reach DVI
Quick Setup Guide
Thank you for purchasing Raritan's Cat5 Reach DVI KVM extender. This product can locate the user up to 3,000 feet
(900 meters) apart from a computer, server, KVM switch, or an audio/video device like the TV or DVD player.
This Quick Setup Guide explains how to install and configure the Cat5 Reach DVI. For additional information on any
aspect of Cat5 Reach DVI, see Cat5 Reach DVI help, which can be accessed from the Product Support
(http://www.raritan.com/support) section of Raritan's website.
Package Contents
Unpack the components. If anything is missing or damaged,
contact the local dealer or Raritan Technical Support for help.
Items
Quantity
C5R-DVI-TX transmitter
1
C5R-DVI-RX receiver
1
DVI cable
1
DC 5V 2A power adapter
2
DVI-I to VGA adapter*
2
1.8-meter audio/microphone cable
1
1.8-meter infrared (IR) receiver cable
1
1.8-meter infrared (IR) blaster cable
1
1.8-meter USB-B to USB-A adapter cable
1
Rackmount kit
1
Quick Setup Guide
1
Warranty card
1
*Note: The included DVI-I to VGA adapters are used with the
C5R-DVI-TX transmitter, NOT the C5R-DVI-RX receiver. You
need to purchase Raritan's DVI-D to VGA converter cable
(CVT-DVI-VGA) in order to connect a VGA monitor to the
receiver.
Cat5 Reach DVI Transmitter
Front View
1. Local USB Mouse Port
2. Local USB Keyboard Port
3. Audio In (connected to PC)
4. Microphone (connected to PC)
5. IR Jack
6. RX LED
7. TX LED
8. LINK LED
9. Power LED
10. REMOTE button (for enabling/disabling the remote
console)
Rear View
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Product Overview
This section describes the ports or components implemented
on the Cat5 Reach DVI transmitter and receiver.
1. Power Input
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Local Video (DVI-I OUT)
DVI-I IN Port (connected to PC)
USB-B Port (connected to PC)
RJ-45 LINK Port
F/W Upgrade Port
Cat5 Reach DVI Receiver
Front View
To connect a computer:
1. Turn off all devices, including the desired computer.
2. (Optional) To set up a local console, connect a VGA or
DVI monitor, USB keyboard and mouse to the transmitter.
Note: A VGA monitor requires the use of a DVI-to-VGA
adapter, which is included in the package. When used,
always connect BOTH adapters to the transmitter for
proper video transmission.
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(Optional) If the audio feature is needed, connect one
end of the Raritan-provided audio/microphone cable to
the transmitter.
1. LINK LED
2. Power LED
3. EDID Button
Note: The EDID button is used to adjust the video resolutions
of a KVM switch that does not support DDC. See the User
Guide for details.
Rear View
3. To set up a remote console, connect a VGA or DVI
monitor, USB keyboard and mouse to the receiver.
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Power Input
Audio Out
Microphone In
DVI-D Out
USB Mouse Port
USB Keyboard Port
IR Jack
RJ-45 LINK Port
F/W Upgrade Port
Note: A DVI-D to VGA converter is needed for the VGA
monitor attached with the receiver. This converter is NOT
included and you need to purchase it.
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Basic Installation
This section illustrates the connection to a computer. Refer to
the User Guide if you want to connect other types of devices,
such as a KVM switch.
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4. Use a Cat5e/6 cable up to 500 feet (150 meters) long to
connect the transmitter and receiver. Plug either end of
the cable into the RJ-45 LINK port.
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5. Connect the transmitter and receiver to a power source
respectively. Each device's Power LED is then lit.
6. Connect the computer to the transmitter using the
Raritan-provided DVI and USB-B to USB-A cables.
3. Aim the IR remote control at the IR receiver cable when
using the remote control.
Note: If the computer only provides the VGA port, use the
DVI-to-VGA adapter that is included in the package.
When used, always connect BOTH adapters to the
transmitter for proper video transmission.
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(Optional) If the Raritan-provided audio/microphone
cable has been connected to the transmitter in Step 2,
connect the other end to the computer.
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Enabling or Disabling the Remote Console
The factory default is to enable the remote console, and the
keyboard and mouse control is determined on a
first-come-first-served basis. To prevent the local console
operation from being disturbed by a remote user, you can
disable the remote console and re-enable it after completing
your local operation.
To disable the remote console:
7. Turn on the computer.
1. Press the REMOTE button on the transmitter.
2. Verify that the RX LED turns OFF, indicating that the
remote console has been disabled.
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To enable the remote console:
Using the IR Remote Control (Optional)
If the equipment connected to the transmitter is implemented
with the IR remote control feature, such as a DVD player, you
can connect the Raritan-provided IR cables to the Cat5 Reach
DVI.
To connect IR cables:
1. Connect the IR blaster cable to the IR jack of the Cat5
Reach DVI transmitter, and aim at the IR sensor of the
connected equipment.
1. Press the REMOTE button on the transmitter again.
2. Verify that the RX LED turns ON, indicating that the
remote console has been enabled.
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Additional Information
For more information about the Cat5 Reach DVI and the
entire Raritan product line, see Raritan's website
(www.raritan.com). For technical issues, contact Raritan
Technical Support. See the Contact Support page in the
Support section on Raritan's website for technical support
contact information worldwide.
2. Connect the IR receiver cable to the IR jack of the Cat5
Reach DVI receiver.
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