HDMI over IP PoE Transmitter/Receiver

HDMI over IP PoE Transmitter/Receiver
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HVE-6501T/6501R
HDMI over IP PoE Transmitter/Receiver
HVE-6601T/6601R
HDMI Video Wall over IP PoE Transmitter / Receiver
V1.0
Quick Installation Guide
Package Contents
HVE-6501T:
HVE-6501R:
Power Adapter
Power Adapter
CD Manual/Utility
CD Manual/Utility
Quick Installation Guide
Quick Installation Guide
HVE-6601T:
HVE-6601R:
Power Adapter
Power Adapter
RS-232 Y-Cable
CD Manual/Utility
CD Manual/Utility
Quick Installation Guide
Quick Installation Guide
This guide covers only the most common situations. All detailed
information is described in the user manual
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HVE-6501 Application: 1T+3R (Figure 1)
HVE-6601 Application: 2T+4R (Figure 2)
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Quick Installation on HVE-6501 :
 HVE-6501T Transmitter
1.
DC5V or PoE: Connect it to the external AC adapter which plugs into an
electrical outlet. Or via 802.3af PoE PSE to GIGA LAN port.
2.
GIGA LAN: Connect directly to a Receiver or to a Gigabit IGMP Ethernet
Switch using CAT5e/6 cable.
3.
HDMI IN: Connect to an HDMI source device with an HDMI M-M cable.
Use an HDMI --> DVI adapter if the source is DVI.
LEDs , Button and Group ID setting
1.
2.
POWER LED Blinking: power on and the unit is booting up.
POWER LED On: power on and the unit is active.
3.
4.
5.
LINK LED Off: LAN is not connected.
LINK LED On: LAN is connected.
DATA LED Blinking: if Transmitter is connecting with LAN, or the HDMI
source is removed.
6.
7.
DATA LED On: All the connections are working.
RESET Button: change Link / Unlink; Engineering Mode and Reset to
default using this button. Please to see the RESET Button Descriptions.
GROUP ID: Set up the Transmitter’s group ID by adjusting the 4-pin DIP
switch, ON means “1”, OFF means “0”, there are 16 groups available to
8.
set up.
Multicast IP Address
255.0.0.XXX & 255.0.1.XXX, the XXX are resolved by the 4-pin DIP Switch on
the Transmitter.
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
HVE-6501R Receiver
1.
DC5V/PoE: Connect to the supplied AC adapter and plug into an
electrical outlet. Or via 802.3af PoE PSE to GIGA LAN port.
2.
GIGA LAN: Connect directly to a Transmitter or to a Gigabit IGMP
Ethernet Switch using CAT5e/6 cable.
3.
HDMI OUT: Connect to an HDMI display device with an HDMI M-M cable.
Use an HDMI --> DVI adapter if the display is DVI.
LEDs , button and Group ID setting
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
POWER LED Blinking: power on and the unit is booting up.
POWER LED On: power on and the unit is active.
LINK LED Off: LAN is not connected.
LINK LED On: LAN is connected.
DATA LED Blinking: The Receiver is connecting with Transmitter, or the
HDMI source is removed.
6.
7.
DATA LED On: All the connections are working.
PB 1 : Change Link/Unlink; Firmware Upgrade Mode and Reset to
default* using this button. Please to see the Button Descriptions.
PB 2 : change between Video Mode / Graphic Mode ; Anti-Dither ; Update
EDID* using this button. Please to see the Push Button Descriptions.
GROUP ID: The Receiver’s default GROUP ID is “0000”. Set the same
group ID as Transmitter.
8.
9.
 Transmitter & Receiver IP Address
The default setting is for “auto ip” mode and uses the 169.254.xxx.xxx private
IP domain range. The IP of target TX/RX board is resolved by its hostname
using DNS protocol. The RX’s HDMI GUI will display the RX’s IP address and
the connected TX’s IP address. You can see the RX’s HDMI GUI by
connecting it with power adapter and HDMI monitor only, without LAN cable.
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Quick Installation on HVE-6601 :
 HVE-6601T Transmitter (Video Wall)
1.
DC5V/PoE: Connect it to the external AC adapter which plugs into an
electrical outlet. Or via 802.3af PoE PSE to GIGA LAN port.
2.
GIGA LAN: Connect directly to a Receiver or to a Gigabit IGMP Ethernet
Switch using CAT5e/6 cable.
3.
HDMI IN: Connect to an HDMI source device via HDMI splitter (optional)
with an HDMI M-M cable.
4.
RS-232: Used Y Cable to separate S0(RS-232 port) and S1(Debug
console port) for Video Wall system solutions.
 P1(DB9P-M): Connect to RS232 port of HVE-6601T.
 P2(DB9P-F)(S0): Connect to next HVE-6601T’s P3(S1) of Y cable.
 P3(DB9P-M) (S1): Connect to previous HVE-6601T’s P2(S0) of Y
cable.
LEDs , button and Group ID setting
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
POWER LED Blinking: power on and the unit is booting up.
POWER LED On: power on and the unit is active.
LINK LED Off: LAN is not connected.
LINK LED On: LAN is connected.
DATA LED Blinking: if Transmitter is connecting with LAN, or the HDMI
source is removed.
6.
7.
DATA LED On: All the connections are working.
PB : change Link / Unlink; Engineering Mode and Reset to default using
this button. Please to see the Push Button Descriptions.
GROUP ID: Set up the Transmitter’s group ID by adjusting the 4-pin DIP
switch, ON means “1”, OFF means “0”, there are 16 groups available to
set up.
8.
Multicast IP Address
255.0.0.XXX & 255.0.1.XXX, the XXX are resolved by the 4-pin DIP Switch on
the Transmitter.
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 HVE-6601R Receiver (Video Wall)
1.
DC5V/PoE: Connect to the supplied AC adapter and plug into an
electrical outlet. Or via 802.3af PoE PSE to GIGA LAN port.
2.
GIGA LAN: Connect directly to a Transmitter or to a Gigabit IGMP
Ethernet Switch using CAT5e/6 cable.
3.
HDMI OUT: Connect to an HDMI display device with an HDMI M-M cable.
Use an HDMI --> DVI adapter if the display is DVI.
4.
RS-232: In Video Wall system solutions it will not be used. Set the same
group ID as Transmitter.
LEDs , Button and Group ID setting
1.
2.
3.
POWER LED Blinking: power on and the unit is booting up.
POWER LED On: power on and the unit is active.
LINK LED Off: LAN is not connected.
4.
5.
LINK LED On: LAN is connected.
DATA LED Blinking: The Receiver is connecting with Transmitter, or the
HDMI source is removed.
6.
7.
DATA LED On: All the connections are working.
PB 1 : Change OSD shows control/Column position; Firmware Upgrade
Mode and Reset to default* using this button. Please to see the Push
Button Descriptions.
PB 2 : change between Video Mode / Graphic Mode ; Anti-Dither ; Update
8.
9.
EDID* using this button. Please to see the Push Button Descriptions.
GROUP ID: The default GROUP ID is “0000”.Set the same group ID as
Transmitter.
Transmitter & Receiver IP Address
The default setting is for “auto ip” mode and uses the 169.254.xxx.xxx private
IP domain range. The IP of target TX/RX board is resolved by its hostname
using DNS protocol. The RX’s HDMI GUI will display the RX’s IP address and
the connected TX’s IP address. You can see the RX’s HDMI GUI by
connecting it with power adapter and HDMI monitor only, without LAN cable.
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 Video Wall setting procedure (example 2x2)
1.
Prepare host(HVE-6601T) x 2 and client x 4(HVE-6601R).
2.
3.
Follow “Figure 2” to construct the whole system.
Reboot all devices. Ensure that all remote displays and all network cables
are connected correctly. (Video source is required at this step)
If the control PC (Windows OS) doesn’t install bonjour SDK yet, please
install it. Google “bonjour SDK download” for the installation file or
4.
5.
6.
7.
download it here: http://developer.apple.com/opensource/ .
Configure the control PC’s network setting to use 169.254.xxx.xxx IP
domain with netmask 255.255.0.0. Or immediate running LinkTool.exe
(copy from CD of package to control PC).
Open PC’s web browser (Google Chrome performs best. IE is not
recommended). Link to the control portal (the first HVE-6601T) by
following web address http://last-gateway0000.local/vw/ .
Once user completes the 3 steps of “Basic Setup”, a basic video wall
configuration is done.
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Notice: How to get the best HDMI display results
Many factors influence the quality and reliability of an HDMI® signal
distribution installation. The following are the main factors to consider, and
basic precautions that will ensure the best possible performance.
1. Dedicated network.
The HVE-650/660 Series is designed to operate on a dedicated Gigabit
Ethernet network, not to be combined with other network traffic or with
access to the internet.
2. Resolution tracking.
a. Set up the source to output the best resolution that all TVs are capable
of displaying.
b. The HVE-650/660 Series supports 720p and 1080p. If some TVs in the
network are not capable of accepting 1080p, the higher resolution sets
may not be shown to their best advantage.
3. Source resolution and video/sound quality.
Sources, such as satellite receivers or cable boxes, can output at low
resolutions or deliver extremely compressed video material, yielding poor
results. Consider the source when planning and troubleshooting your
system.
4. Display devices.
The perceived quality of the video image depends heavily upon the type
and quality of the TVs or projectors used. High quality displays should be
expected to produce a noticeably better image.
5. Distance between the transmitter and the receiver.
Long distances are possible, but premium quality Cat 5e/6 cables are
necessary for the longest runs.
6. Source and TV connection cables.
Use short, premium HDMI cables; low quality cables are often unreliable.
Always use good strain relief methods or locking cables to prevent cables
from becoming loose over time.
7. Interference from nearby electrical devices
It can have an adverse effect on signal quality. For example, older
computer monitors often emit very high electromagnetic fields that can
interfere with the performance of nearby video equipment.
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