Multiview KVM Processor Processor

Multiview KVM Processor Processor
Usermanual
Multiview KVM Processor
Contents
1. Overview ................................................................................................... 1
2. Features .................................................................................................... 1
3. Specifications ......................................................................................... 2
4. Hardware Descriptions ......................................................................... 3
4.1
Product Appearance .................................................................. 3
4.2
Front Panel ................................................................................... 4
4.3
Rear Panel .................................................................................... 5
5. Installation ............................................................................................... 6
5.1
Wiring Diagram............................................................................ 6
5.2
Rack Mount Installation ............................................................ 7
6. Configurations ........................................................................................ 8
6.1
Front Panel Buttons ................................................................... 8
6.2
Front Panel Buttons ................................................................... 8
6.3
Web UI............................................................................................ 8
6.3.1
Directly Connect to PC via Ethernet Cable...................... 8
6.3.2
Ethernet Hub or Router......................................................... 9
6.3.3
System Setting Page in Web UI ........................................ 10
6.3.4
Multi View Page in Web UI ................................................. 11
6.4
RS232/TELNET .......................................................................... 16
7. Package Contents ................................................................................ 18
A. Appendix 1: Function NA list ............................................................ 18
1. Overview
The Multiview KVM Processor is the excellent machine for monitoring and
controlling host devices. It not only displays 4 host devices in 4K60
resolution through one HDMI output, but also provides real-time control of
4 host devices by one set of keyboard and mouse.
2.
Features
Dual display output; primary display supports quad view and full screen
modes, secondary display supports full screen mode
Support seamlessly move your mouse from monitor to monitor across
computers in quad view mode
Support 4K@60Hz full screen and quad view layout configuration
Support input resolution up to 4K@60Hz, 4:4:4 color sampling
Support output resolution up to 4K@60Hz, 4:4:4 color sampling
Support upscaling up to 4K@60Hz, 4:4:4 color sampling
Support Deep Color and HDCP 1.4 / 2.2
Support cascading up to 5 units to create max. 16 host devices controlled
by 1 set of keyboard and mouse
Fast switching between the input channels or the screen layout modes
Receive Dolby Digital® 5.1, DTS® 5.1 and uncompressed 7.1 linear PCM
audio
Support stereo audio output
Support keyboard/ mouse, front panel button, IR remote control,
RS232/TELNET and Web UI control
Support USB port firmware upgrade
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3. Specifications
MODEL NO.
Multiview KVM Processor
INPUT
4 x HDMI 2.0 with locking
OUTPUT
1 x HDMI 2.0 with locking
1 x HDMI loop out
Audio R/L
KEYBOARD/MOUSE
4 x USB type B for host devices
2 x USB type A for keyboard and mouse
CONTROL
Front panel buttons
IR remote control
RS232/TELNET
Web UI
FIRMWARE
UPGRADE
1 x USB 2.0
VIDEO OUTPUT
RESOLUTION
3840 x 2160@60Hz, 4:4:4 color sampling
ETHERNET PORT
1 x RJ45
LED INDICATOR
INPUT, blue backlight
VIDEO A, blue backlight
VIDEO B SELECT, blue backlight
PANEL LOCK, blue backlight
STANDBY on, red backlight
STANDBY off, green backlight
POWER SUPPLY
DC 12V/2A, locking barrel connector
POWER
CONSUMPTION
15W
ENVIRONMENT
Operating temperature 0 ℃~ 45℃
Operating humidity
20~90% RH
Storage temperature -20 ℃ ~60 ℃
DIMENSION
440.4 x 230 x 45 mm (L x W x H,
standard1U)
WEIGHT
?? KG
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4. Hardware Descriptions
4.1 Product Appearance
1
2
3
4
5
No.
Feature
Description
1
Rack Mount Bracket *
2
Front Panel
3
Rear Panel
4
System Chassis
Black metal housing and the size is 1 rack unit
5
Rack Mount Bracket *
Attach the bracket to the right side of the system
chassis for rack mount installation
Attach the bracket to the left side of the system
chassis for rack mount installation
Control Multiview KVM Processor or directly via
the front panel push buttons
Connect Video and Audio signal via rear panel
input connectors
*
Rack Mount Bracket: 4 screws per bracket are screwed on the unit
in advance when the Multiview KVM Processor is assembled. There are
spare screws included in the package as accessories to screw the
bracket.
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4.2 Front Panel
1
No.
1
2
3
4
5
Feature
IR Receiver
6
7
8
9
10
Description
Receives signals from the remote control
transmitter
2
HDMI1
Press to select the HDMI 1 input in full screen
Press to select HDMI 1 audio in quad view
screen
3
HDMI2
Press to select the HDMI 2 input in full screen
Press to select HDMI 2 audio in quad view
screen
4
HDMI3
Press to select the HDMI 3 input in full screen
Press to select HDMI 3 audio in quad view
screen
5
HDMI4
Press to select the HDMI 4 input in full screen
Press to select HDMI 4 audio in quad view
screen
INPUT*
6
Press to select layout A (full screen) mode
VIDEO A*
7
*
Press to select layout B (quad view)
Press to enable/disable the selection. When the
blue backlight is on, choose HDMI1~HDMI4 as
the input source of video B output.
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VIDEO B SELECT
9
PANEL LOCK
Press to lock or unlock the front panel buttons
10
STANDBY
Press to put the system into standby mode or
wake up the system
Please see Appendix 1
4
4.3 Rear Panel
1
No.
3
2
4
Feature
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Description
VIDEO A
Connect to the HDMI display device, connector on
rear panel with locking
2
VIDEO B
Connect to the HDMI display device, connector on
rear panel with locking
3
HDMI1
Connect to the HDMI source, connector on rear
panel with locking
4
HDMI2
Connect to the HDMI source, connector on rear
panel with locking
5
HDMI3
Connect to the HDMI source, connector on rear
panel with locking
6
HDMI4
Connect to the HDMI source, connector on rear
panel with locking
1
OUTPUT
INPUT
7
AUDIO OUT
Connect to the audio amplifier
8
ETHERNET
Connect to PC, NB or other Controller through IP
network
9
RS232/TELNET
10
USB
11
12V DC
12
POWER ON/OFF
5
Connect to PC, NB or other Controller
Connect to PC for firmware upgrade
Connect to the 12V/2A power supply, connector on
rear panel with locking
Power switch for turn ON or OFF the
Multiview KVM Processor
5. Installation
5.1 Wiring Diagram
Do the following steps for device connections.
a.
Connect a HDMI source to the HDMI 1 input connector.
b.
Connect a HDMI source to the HDMI 2 input connector.
c.
Connect a HDMI source to the HDMI 3 input connector.
d.
Connect a HDMI source to the HDMI 4 input connector.
e.
Connect the VIDEO A output connector to a HDMI display device
f.
Connect the VIDEO B output connector to a HDMI display device
g.
Connect the audio output connector to the audio amplifier, as
required.
h.
Connect the 12V/2A adapter
pter to 12V DC connector.
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5.2 Rack Mount Installation
Take the following steps to attach the two brackets to the system chassis
and install into rack.
a.
Remove all cables and power supply before mount the Multiview
KVM Processor in the rack
b.
Place the system chassis on a sturdy surface
c.
Attach bracket to the left side of the system chassis by using the
screw driver and four screws
d.
Attach the other bracket to the right side of the system chassis by
using the screw driver and four screws
e.
Use your tape measure and level to ensure that the supporting
shelf and the chassis are installed straight and level
f.
Make sure that your path to the rack is unobstructed.
g.
Slide the unit into the rack and position using the attached L
brackets so that the slots in the brackets are positioned over the
appropriate mounting holes in the side rails of the rack
h.
Securely fasten the unit into the rack by using the four screws
which are supplied with the rack mount kit, installing two of the
screws on each side of the unit. Use a screw driver to tighten the
screws on each side of the unit.
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6. Configurations
6.1 Front Panel Buttons
Please see the section 4.2.
6.2 Front Panel Buttons
Please see the section 4.4
6.3 Web UI
You can connect the Ethernet directly from PC to Multiview KVM
Processor.
Please follow below steps to configure your PC Ethernet setting.
6.3.1
Directly Connect to PC via Ethernet Cable
a.
Click Start > Control Panel > Network and Sharing
Center
b.
Click “Change Adapter Settings”
c.
Highlight the network adapter you want to use to connect
to the device and click “Change Settings” of this
connection. The “Local Area Connection Properties”
window for the selected network adapter.
d.
Highlight the Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
e.
Click Properties. The Internet Protocol Properties
window is relevant to your IT system.
f.
Select “Use the following IP Address for static IP address”
and fill in the details.
For TCP/IPv4 you can use any IP
address in the range 192.168.1.1 to 192.168.1.255
(excluding 192.168.1.202).
g.
Subnet mask fills in 255.255.255.0.
h.
Click “OK”.
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i.
After doing the steps from a. to h. successfully, you can
click into Web UI by typing the 192.168.1.202 IP address
in IE or Chrome.
6.3.2
Ethernet Hub or Router
At first, please follow section 6.3.1 and open web browser then
follow 6.3.3 to set the Ethernet type to DHCP. You can
connect the Ethernet port of the Multiview Video Process to
the Ethernet port on a network hub or network router, via an
Ethernet cable with RJ-45 connector.
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6.3.3
System Setting Page in Web UI
1
Sys
Settings
Multi View
KVM
2
3
4
5
System
F/W version:
05.0D.07.7424
MAC addr.:
FF:FF: FF:FF:
Confirm
Telnet CMD:
Reboot
Load
Default
Video Unit:
Connect
Network
Ethernet Type
MANUAL ▼
IP
192
168
001
202
Mask
255
255
255
000
Gateway
wa
000
000
000
000
Cancel
No.
Feature
Description
1
FW version
System firmware version
2
MAC addr.
MAC address of Multiview KVM
Processor
System
3
4
5
Network
Confirm
Refer to sec. 6.4 for telnet commands.
Telnet CMD The response of the commands is not
shown on Web UI.
Reboot
Reboot Multiview KVM Processor
Ethernet
Type
Change the network type to Static IP or
DHCP
Press “Confirm” after setting has finished
or press “Cancel” to ignore the
modification.
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6.3.4
2
Multi View Page in Web UI
3
1
5
4
Sys
Settings
Color Setting
Output Setting
Multi View
KVM
Resolution
AUTO
▼
HDMI3
▼
Brightness
0
Audio Source
Load
Default
Cancel
Confirm
50
100
50
100
50
100
50
100
Contrast
0
Hue
Full Screen Setting
Flip
On
Resolution
Off
0
Saturation
Off
0
Cancel
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Confirm
Cancel
Confirm
No.
Feature
Description
Select output resolution
1: Auto (default)
2: 3840x2160@60Hz
3: 3840x2160@30Hz
4: 1920x1080@60Hz
Resolution 5: 1280x720@60Hz
6: 480p@60Hz
7: 3840x2160@50Hz
1
Output
Setting
Press “Confirm” after setting has finished or
press “Cancel” to ignore the modification.
Audio
Source
2
Select audio output source
1: HDMI1 (default)
2: HDMI2
3: HDMI3
4: HDMI4
Press “Confirm” after setting has finished or
press “Cancel” to ignore the modification.
3
Flip*
Flip video display in full screen mode
1: On
2: Off (default)
Press “Confirm” after setting has finished or
press “Cancel” to ignore the modification.
Rotate*
Rotate video display in full screen mode
1: Off (default)
o
2: L90
o
3: R90
Press “Confirm” after setting has finished or
press “Cancel” to ignore the modification.
Color
Setting
Modify color setting
1: 50 (default)
2: 0~100
Press “Confirm” after setting has finished or
press “Cancel” to ignore the modification.
Full
Screen
Setting
4
5
*
Color
Setting
Please see Appendix 1
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6
7
8
Layout Setting
Pre-defined
Layout A
Layout B
Window A
HDMI1
Video B
HDMI1
Cancel
13
Confirm
No.
Feature
Description
Select display layout type on monitor
1: Layout A (full screen, default)
2: Layout B (quad view)
6
Pre-defined*
Press “Confirm” after setting has finished
or press “Cancel” to ignore the
modification.
Layout
Setting
7
Window
Info.
Main Screen: Window A
Sub Screen: Window B, Window C,
Window D
Window A input source: HDMI1
Window B input source: HDMI2
Window C input source: HDMI3
Window D input source: HDMI4
Press “Confirm” after setting has finished
or press “Cancel” to ignore the
modification.
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*
Layout A
Gear Icon
Select Input Source
1: HDMI1 (default)
2: HDMI2
3: HDMI3
4: HDMI4
Please see Appendix 1
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6.3.5
Load Default in Web UI
Sys
Settings
Output Setting
Multi View
KVM
Resolution
AUTO
▼
Audio Source
HDMI3
▼
Load
Default
Cancel
Confirm
Full Screen Setting
Flip
On
Resolution
Off
Off
▼
Cancel
Press to load default setting in Web UI.
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Confirm
6.4 RS232/TELNET
Command
Description
?/HELP
LIST ALL AVAILABLE RS-232/TELNET
COMMANDS
SPOW 0/1
SET THE UNIT POWER ON/OFF
RPOW
SHOW CURRENT POWER STATE
Parameter
0=OFF,1=ON
0: Auto
1: 3840x2160@60
2: 3840x2160@30
SRES 0~6
SET OUTPUT RESOLUTOIN
3: 1920x1080@60
4: 1280x720@60
5: 640x480@60
6: 3840x2160@50
RRES
SHOW CURRENT OUTPUT RESOLUTION
SIOSDD 0~2
ENABLE/DISABLE ONSCREEN
INFORMATION DISPLAY
SBRI N
SET BRIGHTNESS VALUE FOR OUTPUT
RBRI
SHOW CURRENT BRIGHTNESS VALUE
SCON N
SET CONTRAST VALUE FOR OUTPUT
RCON
SHOW CURRENT CONTRAST VALUE
SSAT N
SET SATURTATION VALUE FOR OUTPUT
RSAT
SHOW CURRENT SATURTATION VALUE
SHUE N
SET HUE VALUE FOR OUTPUT
RHUE
SHOW CURRENT HUE VALUE
SIMRE 0~4
RESET COLOR SETTINGS TO DEFAULT
VALUES
0: OFF
1: ALWAYS ON
2: Disappear after 5 sec.
(DEFAULT)
N=0~100,
DEFAULT 50
N=0~100,
DEFAULT 50
N=0~100,
DEFAULT 50
N=0~100,
DEFAULT 50
0=ALL
1=BRIGHTNESS
2=CONTRAST
3=SATURATION
4=HUE
VIDEO N=1~2,
1: VIDEO A, 2: VIDEO B
SIN2CH N M
SET VIDEO N TO INPUT M
INPUT SOURCE M=1~4,
1:HDMI1, 2:HDMI2,
3:HDMI3, 4:HDMI4
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Command
Description
Parameter
SRECALL 1~2
SET VIDEO A TO LAYOUT A or B.
1 = LAYOUT A,
2 = LAYOUT B
SROTATE 0~4
SET VIDEO ROTATION
SRECALL 1 MUST BE ENABLE BEFORE
SROTATE
0=ROTATE OFF,
1 = L90,
2 = R90,
3 = Flip on,
4 = Flip off
Default 0
RROTATE
SHOW VIDEO ROTATION CURRENT
SIPM 0/1
SET IP MODE TO DHCP OR STATIC
RIPM
SHOW CURRENT IP MODE
SIPADD N M X Y
SET STATIC IP ADDRESS
RIPADD
SHOW STATIC CURRENT IP ADDRESS
SMAADD N M X Y
SET STATIC SUBNET ADDRESS
RMAADD
SHOW STATIC CURRENT SUBNET
ADDRESS
SGAADD N M X Y
SET STATIC GATEWAY ADDRESS
RGAADD
SHOW STATIC CURRENT GATEWAY
ADDRESS
IPCONFIG
SHOW ETHERNET ADDRESS
DEFAULT
RESET THE UNIT TO FACTORY
DEFAULTS
SMUTE 0/1
SET AUDIO MUTE
RMUTE
SHOW CURRENT MUTE VALUE
SAUDIO N
SET OUTPUT AUDIO TO SPECIFIED
SOURCE
RAUDIO
SHOW OUTPUT AUDIO SOURCE
RFW
SHOW FIRMWARE VERSION
REBOOT
READEDID
SYSTEM REBOOT
READ EDID INFO FROM SINK DEVICE
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0=DHCP, 1=STATIC,
Default 1
N=0~255, M=0~255,
X=0~255, Y=0~255
N=0~255, M=0~255,
X=0~255, Y=0~255
N=0~255, M=0~255,
X=0~255, Y=0~255
0=UNMUTE, 1=MUTE
AUDIO SELECT N=0~4,
0 = HDMI1,
1 = HDMI2,
2 = HDMI3,
3 = HDMI4
7. Package Contents
1)
1 x Multiview KVM Processor
2)
1 x DC 12V/2A output power adapter
3)
2 x Rack Mount Bracket
4)
4 x Rubber Pad
5)
1 x Screws bag
6)
1 x User manual
A. Appendix 1: Function NA list
Input
Layout A
Resolution
Layout B
Output
Resolution
4K60
Rotate NA
Rotate NA
Flip NA
4K60
4K30
Rotate NA
Rotate NA
Flip NA
4K30
1080p
Rotate NA
Flip NA
1080p
720p
Rotate NA
Flip NA
720p
480p
Rotate NA
Flip NA
480p
Layout A
Layout B
NA
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