Manual

CDPS-41SQN

4×1 HDMI Switcher with PiP/PoP & Multi-Window Display

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

Please read all instructions before attempting to unpack, install or operate this equipment and before connecting the power supply.

Please keep the following in mind as you unpack and install this equipment:

• Always follow basic safety precautions to reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock and injury to persons.

• To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain, moisture or install this product near water.

• Never spill liquid of any kind on or into this product.

• Never push an object of any kind into this product through any openings or empty slots in the unit, as you may damage parts inside the unit.

• Do not attach the power supply cabling to building surfaces.

• Use only the supplied power supply unit (PSU). Do not use the PSU if it is damaged.

• Do not allow anything to rest on the power cabling or allow any weight to be placed upon it or any person walk on it.

• To protect the unit from overheating, do not block any vents or openings in the unit housing that provide ventilation and allow for sufficient space for air to circulate around the unit.

REVISION HISTORY

VERSION NO.

VR0

VS1

DATE (DD/MM/YY) SUMMARY OF CHANGE

07/03/16 Preliminary release

20/02/17 Updated text and diagrams

CONTENTS

1. Introduction ......................................................1

2. Applications .....................................................1

3. Package Contents ..........................................1

4. System Requirements ......................................1

5. Features ............................................................2

6. Operation Controls and Functions .................2

6.1 Front Panel ................................................. 2

6.2 Rear Panel .................................................. 3

6.3 Remote Control ......................................... 4

6.4 OSD Menu .................................................. 5

6.5 RS-232 Protocol ........................................ 12

6.6 RS-232 and Telnet Commands .............. 13

6.7 Telnet Control .......................................... 24

6.8 WebGUI Control ...................................... 26

6.8.1 Image Adjust .................................. 27

6.8.2 Image Swap ................................... 27

6.8.3 Output Resolution .......................... 28

6.8.4 Windows Setup ............................... 28

6.8.5 OSD/LOGO Settings ....................... 29

6.8.6 Window Convert ............................ 30

6.8.7 Chromakey Setup .......................... 30

6.8.8 Ethernet ........................................... 31

7. Connection Diagram ....................................32

8. Specifications ................................................33

8.1 Technical Specifications ........................ 33

8.2 Video Specifications ............................... 34

9. Acronyms .......................................................36

1. INTRODUCTION

This HDMI Switcher is a high performance, low latency, multiwindowing system that can be easily configured for a variety of professional video processing tasks. Up to 4 different input sources may be freely selected and arranged and output to a single display.

When switched into single window mode the unit can be a seamless switcher with cross-fade support, or two sources can be combined with the use of chroma keying. 90-degree rotation is also supported when outputting a single full screen window. Additionally, the unit supports the option of uploading a graphic logo for display over the top of the output video. Video resolutions up to 1080p60 and

PC resolutions up to WUXGA are supported along with audio up to

192kHz, 7.1 channel, LPCM for both inputs and output. The unit can be controlled in a wide variety of ways, including via front panel buttons with OSD menu, WebGUI, Telnet, RS-232, and IR remote.

2. APPLICATIONS

• Broadcasting control rooms

• Surveillance rooms

• Public commercial displays

• Video conference and digital presentation boardrooms

3. PACKAGE CONTENTS

• 1×4 by 1 HDMI Switcher with PiP/PoP & Multi-Window Display

• 1×Remote Control (CR-124)

• 1×12A/3A Power Adaptor

• 1×Rack Mount Ears (Set of 2)

• 1×Operation Manual

4. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

• HDMI source equipment such as media players, video game consoles or set-top boxes.

• HDMI receiving equipment such as HDTVs, monitors or audio amplifiers.

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5. FEATURES

• Seamless switching between sources and windows

• Supports PiP, PoP, and multi-window display

• Easy individual window size and position and layer priority adjustment

• Enlarge or shrink up to 4 input windows

• Crossfade, chroma key, mirror, and rotation (90˚ left/right and 180˚) functions

• Supports the uploading of a user customizable graphic for display over the top of video output

• 8 hot keys dedicated to window and source selection, 4 customizable window layout hot keys, and 4 software-only hot keys for additional stored window layout configurations

• Control via front panel with OSD menu, WebGUI, Telnet, RS-232, and

IR remote

6. OPERATION CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS

6.1 Front Panel

WINDOW A 1 B 2 C 3 D 4 E 1 2

3 4

F

2

3

4

POWER MENU

+

1 2 3 4

1 2 3

5

4 G 1

2 3 4

H 1 2

3 4

6

1

IR WINDOW: Accepts IR signals from the included IR remote for control of this unit only.

2

POWER: Press this button to power the unit on or place it into standby mode. In stand-by mode the button will be lit RED.

3

MENU: Press this button to enter the OSD menu, or to back out from menu items.

4

-/+: Press these buttons to move up and down or adjust selections within menus.

5

CHANNEL INPUT 1~4: Press these buttons to sequentially switch through the available inputs for each associated window channel

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(1~4). It is possible for a single input to be displayed in multiple windows simultaneously.

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WINDOW A~H: Press buttons A~D will put the unit into full screen single window mode and display the associated channel’s currently selected source (1~4). Switching between windows

A~D is seamless, and if the “Fade” option has been turned on a crossfade will occur during the switch.

Press buttons E~H will put the unit into multi-window mode, allowing it to display up to 4 channels simultaneously, and display the associated pre-saved channel window layout. The individual channel window positions, sizes and depth priority can be fully configured via OSD menu, WebGUI, etc. Any changes made to channel position, size or depth will be automatically applied and saved to the current Window. By default the channel depth priority is (top to bottom): CH4 > CH3 > CH2 > CH1.

6.2 Rear Panel

4 3

HDMI IN

2 1 HDMI OUT CONTROL

USB

SERVICE

ONLY

RS232 DC 12V

1 3 4 5

1

HDMI IN 1~4: Connect to HDMI source equipment such as media players, game consoles or set-top boxes.

2

HDMI OUT: Connect to an HDMI TV, monitor or amplifier for digital video and audio output.

3

CONTROL: Connect directly, or through a network switch, to your

PC/laptop to control the unit via Telnet/WebGUI.

4

USB SERVICE ONLY: This slot is reserved for firmware update, logo file upload, and factory use only.

Logo file requirements: A 256 color bitmap (.bmp) file with a maximum resolution of 512×512 pixels.

Upload procedure: Enter the OSD menu and activate the Load

New Logo function (I/O Setup→LOGO Settings→Load New

LOGO→Yes) to activate the mini-USB port. The Window A and CH1 button LEDs will illuminate to indicate it has entered logo update mode. You may now connect the unit to your PC via a mini-USB to

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USB cable. The unit should appear as an empty USB drive on your

PC named “USB UPDATE”.

Drag or copy the logo file into the new “USB UPDATE” drive on your

PC and the upload will automatically proceed. All Window and

Channel buttons will be illuminated while the upload is in process.

After 1~2 minutes the device will automatically reboot and the logo will be available for use.

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RS-232: Connect directly to your PC/laptop to send RS-232 commands to control the unit.

6

DC 12V: Plug the 12V DC power adapter into the unit and connect it to an AC wall outlet for power.

6.3 Remote Control

1

Power: Press to power the unit on or place it into stand-by mode.

2

Info: Press to show the unit’s firmware version.

3

CH 1~CH 4: Press to sequentially switch through the available inputs for each associated window channel (1~4).

4

WA~WH: Press these buttons to select the desired window arrangement for output. WA~WD are for full screen, single window, video output. WE~WH are for multi-window pre-saved channel layouts.

2

4

5

8

9

Info

WA

WB

WC

WD

Mute

Exit

Audio 3

WE

WF

WG

WH

OK

Power

CH 1

CH 2

CH 3

CH 4

Input

Menu

Audio 1 Fade In-Out FAV. 1

Audio 2 Chromakey FAV. 2

Mirror FAV. 3

Audio 4 Rotation FAV. 4

CR-124

1

3

6

7

10

11

5

Mute: Press to mute the audio from the HDMI output.

6

▲/▼/◄/► & OK: Press the arrows to navigate the OSD menu and press OK to confirm selections.

7

Menu: Press to enter the OSD menu.

8

Exit: Press to back out from menu items, or to exit the OSD menus.

9

Audio 1~Audio 4: Press to select the active audio source from

HDMI input source 1~4.

10

FAV. 1~FAV. 4: Press to activate one of the 4 additional pre-saved channel layouts.

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Fade-In-Out*: Press to toggle the Fade-in-out function on/off.

4

Chroma Key*: Press to toggle the Chroma Key function on/off.

Note: Channel 1 is always the background and channel 2 is always the keyed foreground image.

Note: For functions with asterisks (*) only work on Windows A~D.

The unit will automatically switch to Window A if they are activated while displaying Windows E~H.

6.4 OSD Menu

LEVEL 1

I/O Setup

LEVEL 2

Output

Resolution

LEVEL 3

480p

576p

720p50

720p60

1080p24

1080p25

1080p30

1080p50

1080p60

1024×768

1280×800

1280×1024

1366×768

1440×900

1600×900

1600×1200

1680×1050

1920×1200

Native

Menu Exit

LEVEL 4

5

LEVEL 1

I/O Setup

(cont.)

LEVEL 2

Output

Windows

Output

Windows

OSD Settings

Logo Settings

LEVEL 3

Window A

Window B

Window C

Window D

Window E

Window F

Window G

Window H

Win Fav 1

Win Fav 2

Win Fav 3

Win Fav 4

Menu Exit

Info Display

H Offset

V Offset

Timeout

Transparent

Menu Exit

Logo Display

Logo H-Pos

Logo V-Pos

Load Def Logo

Load New Logo

Menu Exit

Menu Exit

LEVEL 4

On/Off

0~20 (5)

0~20 (5)

Off~50 (10)

0~10 (2)

On/Off

0~74 (73)

0~68 (6)

On/Off

On/Off

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7

LEVEL 1

Image

Adjust

LEVEL 2

Brightness

Adjust

Hue Adjust

LEVEL 3

CH1

CH2

CH3

CH4

Value Reset

Menu Exit

Contrast Adjust CH1

CH2

CH3

CH4

Value Reset

Menu Exit

CH1

CH2

Saturation

Image Still

Adjust

CH3

CH4

Value Reset

Menu Exit

CH1

CH2

CH3

CH4

Value Reset

Menu Exit

CH1

CH2

CH3

CH4

Value Reset

Menu Exit

LEVEL 4

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

On/Off

On/Off

On/Off

On/Off

LEVEL 1

Image

Adjust

(cont.)

Window

Setup

LEVEL 2

Image Swap

Channel 1~4

Select

LEVEL 3

CH 1 CH 2 Swap

CH 1 CH 3 Swap

CH 1 CH 4 Swap

CH 2 CH 3 Swap

CH 2 CH 4 Swap

CH 3 CH 4 Swap

Size

Position

Image Output

Priority

Window Reset

Menu Exit

LEVEL 4

Width Unit

Width Ten

Width Hundred

Height Unit

Height Ten

Height Hundred

Value Rest

Menu Exit

Width Unit

Width Ten

Width Hundred

Height Unit

Height Ten

Height Hundred

Value Rest

Menu Exit

On/Off

1/2/3/4

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9

LEVEL 1

Window

Setup

(cont.)

Window

Convert

Chromakey

Setup

LEVEL 2

Label Select

Fav. Store

LEVEL 3

Video 1

Video 2

Video 3

Video 4

Menu Exit

FAV 1 Store

FAV 2 Store

FAV 3 Store

FAV 4 Store

Menu Exit

Menu Exit

Channel 1~4

Convert

Mirror

Fade In-Out

Menu Exit

User 1

User 2

White

Yellow

Cyan

LEVEL 4

On/Off

On/Off

On/Off

On/Off

On/Off

Off/1.0/1.1/1.2/1.3/1.

4/1.5/1.6/1.7/1.8/1.9/

2.0/2.1/2.2/2.3/2.4/2.

5/2.6/2.7/2.8/2.9/3.0

L90/R90/180/Off Rotation

Window Reset

Menu Exit

Minimum for R/G/B 000~255 (0)

Maximum for R/G/B 222~255 (255)

Minimum for R/G/B 000~255 (0)

Maximum for R/G/B 222~255 (255)

Minimum for R/G/B 000~255 (233)

Maximum for R/G/B 222~255 (255)

Minimum for R/G/B 000~255 (233/233/0)

Maximum for R/G/B 222~255 (255/255/16)

Minimum for R/G/B 000~255 (233/0/233)

Maximum for R/G/B 222~255 (255/16/255)

LEVEL 1

Chromakey

Setup

(cont.)

LEVEL 2

Green

Magenta

Red

Blue

Black

LEVEL 3

Minimum for R/G/B

LEVEL 4

000~255 (233/0/0)

Maximum for R/G/B 222~255 (255/16/16)

Minimum for R/G/B 000~255 (0/233/233)

Maximum for R/G/B 222~255 (16/255/255)

Minimum for R/G/B 000~255 (0/233/0)

Maximum for R/G/B 222~255 (0/233/0)

Minimum for R/G/B 000~255 (0/0/232)

Maximum for R/G/B 222~255 (16/16/255)

Minimum for R/G/B 000~255 (0)

Maximum for R/G/B 222~255 (16)

On/Off

Ethernet

Setup

Chromakey

Menu Exit

IP Mode

Static Set

Byte1 High

Byte2

Byte3

Byte4 Low

Time Out

Static/DHCP

IP/Mask/Gate

192 (192)

168 (168)

1 (1)

50 (50)

Off/10/20/30/40/50/

60min

No/Yes Re-Link

Menu Exit

Audio Setup Audio Source

Sys Reset On/Off

Information Screen HDMI

Native

F/W Version

F/W Upgrade

Menu Exit

Menu Exit

Mute/CH1~CH4

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Note:

• Values in bold or ( ) are factory default settings.

• The “Chromakey Setup” feature only works with Inputs 1 & 2. Input 1 is always the background video and Input 2 is always the top layer with the key applied to it. The part of Input 2 that is to be keyed out (removed) should, ideally, be a single color that is not used anywhere else in the source signal. Typically this is accomplished by using a special blue or green screen behind the recorded video subject. The Red, Green, and Blue key values should be set with as small a range between the minimum and maximum as possible while still maintaining a clean key to help avoid accidental removal of normal video content. When Input 1 or 2 has no live source a warning message will appear on the OSD.

• Consult the OSD (“Ethernet Steup” menu) to view the current IP settings if necessary. An Ethernet re-link is required after every IP change.

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6.5 RS-232 Protocol

6

7

4

5

Pin

1

2

3

8

9

SWITCHER

Assignment

NC

Tx

Rx

NC

GND

NC

NC

NC

NC

Baud Rate: 115200bps

Data Bits: 8

Parity: None

Flow Control: None

Stop Bits: 1

7

8

9

5

6

3

4

REMOTE CONTROLLER

Pin Assignment

1

2

NC

Rx

Tx

NC

GND

NC

NC

NC

NC

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6.6 RS-232 and Telnet Commands

COMMAND

HELP/?

SPOW M

RPOW

SRES M

RRES

SIOSDD M

RIOSDD

DESCRIPTION

Displays all available commands.

Turn the unit’s power on or off (stand-by).

M = 0 [off], 1 [on]

Display the current power state.

Set the output resolution.

Available values for M:

0 [[email protected]]

1 [[email protected]]

2 [[email protected]]

3 [[email protected]]

4 [[email protected]]

5 [[email protected]]

6 [[email protected]]

7 [[email protected]]

8 [[email protected]]

9 [1024×[email protected]]

10 [1280×[email protected]]

11 [1280×[email protected]]

12 [1366×[email protected]]

13 [1440×[email protected]]

14 [1600×[email protected]]

15 [1600×[email protected]]

16 [1680×[email protected]]

17 [1920×[email protected]]

18 [Native] (Default = Native)

Display the current output resolution.

Enable/Disable on-screen information display.

M = 0 [off], 1 [on] (Default = 0)

Display the current state of the on-screen information display.

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RBRI N

SCON N M

RCON N

SSAT N M

COMMAND

SOSDH M

ROSDH

SOSDV M

ROSDV

SOSDT M

ROSDT

SOSDG M

ROSDG

SBRI N M

DESCRIPTION

Set the OSD’s horizontal position.

M = 0~20 (Default = 5)

Display the OSD’s current horizontal position.

Set the OSD’s vertical position.

M = 0~20 (Default = 5)

Display the OSD’s current vertical position.

Set the OSD’s visibility duration.

M = 0 [OSD off], 5~50 [5~50 seconds] (Default =

10)

Display the current OSD visibility duration.

Set the transparency level of the OSD.

M = 0~10 (Default = 5)

Display the current OSD transparency value.

Set the brightness value for a channel.

N = 0 [all channels], 1~4 [single channel]

M = 0~100 (Default = 50)

Display the current brightness value for the specified channel.

N = 0 [all channels], 1~4 [single channel]

Set the contrast value for a channel.

N = 0 [all channels], 1~4 [single channel]

M = 0~100 (Default = 50)

Display the current contrast value for the specified channel.

N = 0 [all channels], 1~4 [single channel]

Set the saturation value for a channel.

N = 0 [all channels], 1~4 [single channel]

M = 0~100 (Default = 50)

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COMMAND

RSAT N

SHUE N M

RHUE N

SSTILL N M

RSTILL N

SSWAP M

DESCRIPTION

Display the current saturation value for the specified channel.

N = 0 [all channels], 1~4 [single channel]

Set the hue value for a channel.

N = 0 [all channels], 1~4 [single channel]

M = 0~100 (Default = 50)

Display the current hue value for the specified channel.

N = 0 [all channels], 1~4 [single channel]

Set the image freeze state for a channel.

N = 0 [all channels], 1~4 [single channel]

M = 0 [off], 1 [on] (Default = 0)

Display the current image freeze state for a channel.

N = 0 [all channels], 1~4 [single channel]

Activate the image swap feature between the specified channels.

Available values for M:

0 [Swap CH1 & CH2]

1 [Swap CH1 & CH3]

2 [Swap CH1 & CH4]

3 [Swap CH2 & CH3]

4 [Swap CH2 & CH4]

5 [Swap CH3 & CH4]

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COMMAND

RSWAP M

SPIRE

SIMRE M

SHSIZE N M

RHSIZE N

SVSIZE N M

DESCRIPTION

Display current image swap settings for the specified channel pairs.

Available values for M:

0 [CH1 & CH2 current sources]

1 [CH1 & CH3 current sources]

2 [CH1 & CH4 current sources]

3 [CH2 & CH3 current sources]

4 [CH2 & CH4 current sources]

5 [CH3 & CH4 current sources]

Reset the brightness, contrast, saturation and hue values for all channels to their defaults.

Reset the brightness, contrast, saturation or hue value for all channels to its default.

Available values for M:

1 [brightness]

2 [contrast]

3 [saturation]

4 [hue]

Set the horizontal size (in pixels) of the specified channel.

N = 1~4 [channel]

M = 0~X (Max value of X depends on the current resolution.)

Display the current horizontal size of the specified channel.

N = 1~4 [channel]

Set the vertical size (in pixels) of the specified channel.

N = 1~4 [channel]

M = 0~X (Max value of X depends on the current resolution.)

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COMMAND

RVSIZE

SHPOS N M

RHPOS

SVPOS N M

RVPOS

SIMAGE N M

RIMAGE N

SPRI N M

DESCRIPTION

Display the current vertical size of the specified channel.

N = 1~4 [channel]

Set the horizontal position (in pixels) of the topleft pixel of the specified channel.

N = 1~4 [channel]

M = 0~X (Max value of X depends on the current resolution.)

Display the current horizontal position of the specified channel.

N = 1~4 [channel]

Set the vertical position (in pixels) of the top-left pixel of the specified channel.

N = 1~4 [channel]

M = 0~X (Max value of X depends on the current resolution.)

Display the current vertical position of the specified channel.

N = 1~4 [channel]

Enable or disable the display of the specified channel.

N = 1~4 [channel]

M = 0 [disable], 1 [enable]

Display the current display status of a channel.

N = 0 [all channels], 1~4 [single channel]

Set channel window layer priority (1 = top, 4 = bottom).

N = 1~4 [channel]

M = 1~4 [priority]

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COMMAND

RPRI N

SLABEL N “Name”

RLABEL

SSTORE M

SRECALL M

SMIRROR M

RMIRROR

DESCRIPTION

Show the selected channel’s window layer priority.

N = 0 [all channels], 1~4 [single channel]

Assign a name to a channel.

N = 1~4 [channel]

“Name” = Up to 9 alphanumeric characters.

Display the selected channel’s name.

N = 0 [all channels], 1~4 [single channel]

Save the current channel window arrangement to a user Favorite (FAV) slot.

M = 1~4 [FAV 1~FAV 4]

Select the Window mode or user Favorite channel arrangement to use.

Available values for M:

1 [Window A]

2 [Window B]

3 [Window C]

4 [Window D]

5 [Window E]

6 [Window F]

7 [Window G]

8 [Window H]

9 [FAV 1]

10 [FAV 2]

11 [FAV 3]

12 [FAV 4]

Enable or disable the mirror effect.

M = 0 [off], 1 [on]

Display the current mirror setting.

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COMMAND

SFADE M

RFADE

SROTATE M

DESCRIPTION

Set the fade in/fade out time.

7 [1.6]

8 [1.7]

9 [1.8]

10 [1.9]

11 [2.0]

12 [2.1]

13 [2.2]

14 [2.3]

Available values for M (in seconds):

0 [off]

1 [1.0]

2 [1.1]

3 [1.2]

4 [1.3]

5 [1.4]

6 [1.5]

15 [2.4]

16 [2.5]

17 [2.6]

18 [2.7]

19 [2.8]

20 [2.9]

21 [3.0] (Default = 0)

Display the current fade in/fade out setting.

Set the full screen output rotation angle.

Available values for M:

0 [no rotation]

1 [90° right]

2 [180°]

3 [90° left] (Default = 0)

Display the current video rotation setting.

RROTATE

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COMMAND

SCHRKS M

RCHRKS

SCHRC N M

DESCRIPTION

Select a key color preset for the chroma key.

Available values for M:

0 [User 1]

1 [User 2]

2 [White]

3 [Yellow]

4 [Cyan]

5 [Green]

6 [Magenta]

7 [Red]

8 [Blue]

9 [Black] (Default = 0)

Display the current chroma key preset selection.

Set the Red, Green, and Blue color ranges for the chroma key.

Available values for N:

0 [User 1, G max]

1 [User 1, G min]

2 [User 1, R max]

3 [User 1, R min]

4 [User 1, B max]

5 [User 1, B min]

6 [User 2, G max]

7 [User 2, G min]

8 [User 2, B max]

9 [User 2, B min]

10 [User 2, R max]

11 [User 2, R min]

M = 0~255 [brightness level]

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COMMAND

RCHRC N

SCHRSW M

RCHRSW

SIPM M

RIPM

SIPADD N.N.N.N

RIPADD

SMAADD N.N.N.N

RMAADD

SGAADD N.N.N.N

RGAADD

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DESCRIPTION

Display the current brightness value of the selected chroma key item.

Available values for N:

0 [User 1, G max]

1 [User 1, G min]

2 [User 1, R max]

3 [User 1, R min]

4 [User 1, B max]

5 [User 1, B min]

6 [User 2, G max]

7 [User 2, G min]

8 [User 2, B max]

9 [User 2, B min]

10 [User 2, R max]

11 [User 2, R min]

Enable or disable the chroma key function.

M = 0 [off], 1 [on] (Default = 0)

Display the current chroma key function status.

Set the IP mode to either DHCP or static IP.

M = 0 [DHCP], 1 [static IP] (Default = 1)

Display the current IP mode.

Set the static IP address.

N = 0~255

Display the current static IP address.

Set the static IP subnet mask.

N = 0~255

Display the current static IP subnet mask.

Set the static IP gateway address.

N = 0~255

Display the current static IP gateway address.

RETHT

RELINK

RMAC

IPCONFIG

DEFAULT

SVICH N M

RVICH

SMUTE M

RMUTE

SAUDIO M

RAUDIO

SCHRE N

SWICORE

COMMAND

SETHT M

DESCRIPTION

Set the Ethernet timeout.

Available values for M:

0 [off]

1 [10 min]

2 [20 min]

3 [30 min]

4 [40 min]

5 [50 min]

6 [60 min] (Default = 0)

Display the current Ethernet timeout value.

Re-link the unit after 2 seconds.

Display the current MAC address.

Display the current Ethernet information.

Reset the unit to factory defaults.

Set the selected channel to display the specified video input.

N = 0 [all channels], 1~4 [single channel]

M = 1~4 [input]

Display the current channel video sources.

Set the mute status of the audio output.

M = 0 [mute], 1 [unmute] (Default = 1)

Display the current mute setting.

Set the output audio to the specified input.

M = 1~4 [input]

Display the currently selected audio source.

Reset the position, size, and priority settings for the specified channel to the factory defaults.

N = 0 [all channels], 1~4 [single channel]

Reset the Window A~D rotation and mirror settings to the factory defaults.

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COMMAND

RBIOS

SLOGOD M

RLOGOD

SLOGOH M

RLOGOH

SLOGOV M

RLOGOV

SDEFLOGO

SNEWLOGO

DESCRIPTION

Display the BIOS version.

Enable or disable the logo display.

M = 0 [off], 1 [on] (Default = 0)

Display the current state of the logo display.

Set the horizontal position (in pixels) of the topleft pixel of the logo.

M = 0~X (Max value of X depends on the current resolution.)

Display the current horizontal position of the logo.

Set the vertical position (in pixels) of the top-left pixel of the logo.

M = 0~X (Max value of X depends on the current resolution.)

Display the current vertical position of the logo.

Load the factory default logo.

Begin the new logo upload process.

Note:

• Values in bold are factory default settings.

• Commands will not be executed unless followed by a carriage return. Commands are not case-sensitive.

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6.7 Telnet Control

Before attempting to use telnet control, please ensure that both the unit and the PC/Laptop are connected to the same active networks.

To access Telnet in Windows 7, click on the “Start” menu and type

“cmd” in the search field, then press “Enter”. Under Windows XP go to the “Start” menu, click on “Run”, type “cmd” then press “Enter”. Under

Mac OS X, go to “Go→Applications→Utilities→Terminal”. See below for reference.

Once in the CLI (Command Line Interface) type “telnet” followed by the IP address of the unit and “23”, then hit “Enter”.

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This will connect us to the unit we wish to control. Type “help” to list the available commands. Type “IPCONFIG” to list all IP configurations.

Type “IPMODE” to put the unit into static IP/DHCP mode. For a full list of commands, see section 6.6.

Note:

• Commands will not be executed unless followed by a carriage return. Commands are not case-sensitive.

• If the IP address is changed then the IP address required for WebGUI or Telnet access will also change accordingly.

• Consult the OSD (“Ethernet Steup” menu) to view the current IP settings if necessary. An Ethernet re-link is required after every IP change.

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6.8 WebGUI Control

All primary functions of this unit are controllable via the built in

WebGUI. This control is presented across 8 separate tabs, including

Image Adjust, Image Swap, Output Resolution, Windows Setup, OSD/

LOGO Settings, Window Convert, Chromakey Setup, and Ethernet.

Depending on the unit’s current operation mode, some tabs will be disabled. The individual functions will be introduced in the following sections.

To access the WebGUI, open a web browser on a PC/Laptop that is connected to an active network and type the unit’s IP address

(available from the OSD menu) into the web address entry bar.

Common Functions:

The top section of each tab is dedicated to presenting a standard selection of information and basic controls including channel & output information, unit status, source, and window selection, and favorite preset storing.

(1) Information-In: Displays the detected resolution for each of the 4 window channels.

(2) Information-Out: Displays the current output resolution and Window

Mode.

(3) Status: Displays current input to channel mapping and provides a control to turn the unit on/off (stand-by).

(4) Source: Provides controls to set the Window Mode (A~H, Fav1~4), set the input to channel mapping, select the live audio source or to mute the output audio.

(5) FAV. Store/Factory: Provides controls to store the current window channel sizes and positioning as a user Favorite (1~4). Click on the “Factory Default” button to reset the entire unit to the factory defaults.

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6.8.1 Image Adjust

Select the “Image Adjust” tab to adjust the contrast, saturation, brightness, brightness and hue of each channel window. Additionally, each channel can be paused/un-paused independently, or all at the same time.

6.8.2 Image Swap

(Multi-Window Mode [E~H] only)

Click on the “Image Swap” tab to access a set of quick shortcuts for swapping pairs of channel sources.

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6.8.3 Output Resolution

Click on the “Output Resolution” tab to set the output resolution for the unit.

6.8.4 Windows Setup

(Multi-Window Mode [E~H] only)

Click on the “Windows Setup” tab to configure each channel window’s size, position, depth priority, and label. The individual channels may also be enabled/disabled. These settings can be directly entered as values on the left side of the tab, or the channel windows can be positioned and resized using the mouse within the graphical representation of the output layout. Click and drag the center of a channel window to reposition it. Click and drag the bottom or right side of a channel window to re-size it. Double-click on a channel window will disable the output of that channel

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Notes:

• The positioning coordinates are measured from the upper-left corner of each channel window and the values depend on the selected output resolution.

• All changes made via mouse control occur immediately and are saved to the current Window Mode. To apply and save changes made via text entry the “Save” button must be pressed.

6.8.5 OSD/LOGO Settings

Click on the “OSD/LOGO Settings” tab to configure the OSD & LOGO's function and screen position.

(1) OSD Settings: The OSD info display that appears when an input is changed can be enabled or disabled. Additionally, the OSD

Menu position, timeout period, and transparency level can be configured here.

(2) LOGO Settings: This section provides controls for the user uploadable graphic logo function. The logo can be turned on/off and freely positioned in 1% increments. Similar to channel windows the positioning is figured from the top left corner. Activating the logo upload procedure can be done from here or the logo can be returned to the unit’s built-in default image.

Note: For detailed Logo upload instructions please refer to section 6.2

“USB SERVICE ONLY”.

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6.8.6 Window Convert

(Single Window Mode [A~D] only)

Click on the “Window Convert” tab to access controls for mirror mode, 90° rotation and crossfade length.

Note: When rotation is enabled, crossfade and chromakey functionality is disabled.

6.8.7 Chromakey Setup

(Single Window Mode [A~D] only)

Click on the “Chromakey Setup” tab to allow the activation and configuration of Chromakey mode. Enabling the Chromakey mode will automatically switch to displaying Input 1 underneath Input 2 with the selected key values applied to Input 2’s source video. The unit comes with 8 pre-defined standard key definitions (White, Yellow,

Cyan, Green, Magenta, Red, Blue, Black) and 2 User configurable definition sets. When Input 1 or 2 has no live source a warning message will appear on the OSD.

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Note: When Chromakey is enabled, crossfade and rotation functionality is disabled.

6.8.8 Ethernet

Click on the “Ethernet” tab to access control of the IP configuration for the unit. The IP Address, Netmask and Gateway can be set manually, or DHCP can be enabled for automatic IP configuration if your local network supports it. The Telnet Timeout can also be set, allowing control of the length of inactivity time before the unit releases its network connection with a network connected control device. Click on “Save Changes” to confirm and activate any changes made to the settings. The unit needs to re-link to the network after any changes have been made and will automatically perform this operation once

“Save Changes” has been clicked.

Note: If the IP address is changed then the IP address required for

WebGUI or Telnet access will also change accordingly.

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7. CONNECTION DIAGRAM

Camera

DVD/Blu-ray Player

Set-top Box

Game Console

HDMI Inputs

4 3 2 1

4 3

HDMI IN

2 1

LAN

Internet

Connected

Router

HDMI OUT CONTROL

USB

ONLY

RS232 DC 12V

Power

Supply

HDMI Output RS-232

RS-232 Enabled

PC/Laptop or

Control System

1

3

2

4

Screen Configurations:

1 2

3

Window E

4

1

2

3

4

Window F

HDTV

2

1

3

Window G

4

1

3

Window H

2

4

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8. SPECIFICATIONS

8.1 Technical Specifications

Video Bandwidth

Input Ports

Output Ports

Supported Resolutions

HDMI Cable Length

Power Supply

ESD Protection

Dimensions

225MHz/6.75Gbps

4×HDMI

1×HDMI

[email protected] - [email protected] (12-bit)

[email protected] - [email protected] (RB)

15m ([email protected], 12-bit)

12V/3A DC (US/EU standards, CE/FCC/UL certified)

Human Body Model:

±12kV (Air Discharge)

±8kV (Contact Discharge)

436mm×44mm×246mm (W×H×D)

[Case Only]

436mm×49mm×256mm (W×H×D)

[All Inclusive]

Weight

Chassis Material

2,200g

Metal

Silkscreen Color

Black

Operating Temperature 0˚C - 40˚C/32˚F - 104˚F

Storage Temperature

Relative Humidity

Power Consumption

−20˚C - 60˚C/−4˚F - 140˚F

20 - 90% RH (Non-condensing)

18W

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8.2 Video Specifications

Supported PC Resolutions (Hz)

640×[email protected]

640×[email protected]

640×[email protected]

640×[email protected]

800×[email protected]

800×[email protected]

800×[email protected]

800×[email protected]

800×[email protected]

1024×[email protected]

1024×[email protected]

1024×[email protected]

1024×[email protected]

1360×[email protected]

1280×[email protected]

1280×[email protected]

1280×[email protected]

1280×[email protected]

1280×[email protected]

1366×[email protected]

1440×[email protected]

1600×[email protected]

1600×[email protected]

1680×[email protected]

1920×[email protected]

Input

Output

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Supported TV Resolutions (Hz)

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

Input

Output

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9. ACRONYMS

IR

LPCM

OSD

PC

PCM

USB

VGA

WUXGA

ACRONYM

CLI

DVI

EDID

GUI

HD

HDCP

HDMI

COMPLETE TERM

Command Line Interface

Digital Visual Interface

Extended Display Identification Data

Graphical User Interface

High-Definition

High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection

High-Definition Multimedia Interface

Infrared

Linear Pulse-Code Modulation

On-Screen Display

Personal Computer

Pulse-Code Modulation

Universal Serial Bus

Video Graphics Array (640×[email protected])

Wide Ultra Extended Graphics Array

(1920×[email protected])

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