PT-110xl, WP-110, PT-120xl, TP-120

PT-110xl, WP-110, PT-120xl, TP-120
K R A ME R E LE CT R O N IC S L TD .
USER MANUAL
MODELS:
PT-110xl, UXGA Line Transmitter
WP-110, XGA Line Transmitter
PT-120xl, XGA Line Receiver
TP-120, XGA Line Receiver
P/N: 2900-300338 Rev 2
Contents
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Introduction
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2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
Getting Started
Achieving the Best Performance
Safety Instructions
Recycling Kramer Products
About the Power Connect™ Feature
Shielded Twisted Pair (STP) / Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP)
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3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
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4.1
4.2
4.3
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5.1
5.2
PT-110xl UXGA Line Transmitter
Your PT-110xl UXGA Line Transmitter
Connecting the PT-110xl UXGA Line Transmitter
Capturing the EDID
Loading the Default EDID
WP-110 XGA Line Transmitter
Your WP-110 XGA Line Transmitter
Installing the WP-110 XGA Line Transmitter
Connecting the WP-110 to the TP-120
PT-120xl XGA Line Receiver
Your PT-120xl XGA Line Receiver
Connecting the PT-120xl XGA Line Receiver
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6.1
6.2
6.3
TP-120 XGA Line Receiver
Your TP-120 XGA Line Receiver
Connecting the TP-120 XGA Line Receiver
Wiring the CAT 5 LINE IN / LINE OUT RJ-45 Connectors
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Technical Specifications
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Figures
Figure 1: PT-110xl UXGA Line Transmitter
Figure 2: Connecting the PT-110xl UXGA Line Transmitter
Figure 3: WP-110 XGA Line Transmitter
Figure 4: Connecting the WP-110 to a TP-120
Figure 5: PT-120xl XGA Line Receiver
Figure 6: Connecting the PT-110xl to a PT-120xl
Figure 7: TP-120 XGA Line Receiver
Figure 8: CAT 5 PINOUT
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PT-110xl, WP-110, PT-120xl, TP-120 – Contents
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1
Introduction
Welcome to Kramer Electronics! Since 1981, Kramer Electronics has been
providing a world of unique, creative, and affordable solutions to the vast range of
problems that confront the video, audio, presentation, and broadcasting
professional on a daily basis. In recent years, we have redesigned and upgraded
most of our line, making the best even better!
Our 1,000-plus different models now appear in 14 groups that are clearly defined
by function: GROUP 1: Distribution Amplifiers; GROUP 2: Switchers and Routers;
GROUP 3: Control Systems; GROUP 4: Format/Standards Converters; GROUP 5:
Range Extenders and Repeaters; GROUP 6: Specialty AV Products; GROUP 7:
Scan Converters and Scalers; GROUP 8: Cables and Connectors; GROUP 9:
Room Connectivity; GROUP 10: Accessories and Rack Adapters; GROUP 11:
Sierra Video Products; GROUP 12: Digital Signage; GROUP 13: Audio; and
GROUP 14: Collaboration.
Thank you for purchasing the Kramer PT-110xl UXGA Line Transmitter, WP-110
XGA Line Transmitter, Kramer Pico TOOLS PT-120xl XGA Line Receiver, and/or
Kramer TOOLS TP-120 XGA Line Receiver, which are ideal for:

Presentation and multimedia applications

Long-range graphics distribution for schools, hospitals, security, and stores
PT-110xl, WP-110, PT-120xl, TP-120 - Introduction
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Getting Started
We recommend that you:

Unpack the equipment carefully and save the original box and packaging
materials for possible future shipment

Review the contents of this user manual
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2.1
Go to http://www.kramerelectronics.com/support/product_downloads.asp
to check for up-to-date user manuals, application programs, and to check
if firmware upgrades are available (where appropriate).
Achieving the Best Performance
To achieve the best performance:

Use only good quality connection cables (we recommend Kramer highperformance, high-resolution cables) to avoid interference, deterioration in
signal quality due to poor matching, and elevated noise levels (often
associated with low quality cables)

Do not secure the cables in tight bundles or roll the slack into tight coils

Avoid interference from neighboring electrical appliances that may adversely
influence signal quality

Position your Kramer PT-110xl, WP-110, PT-120xl, TP-120 away from
moisture, excessive sunlight and dust
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2.2
Safety Instructions
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This equipment is to be used only inside a building. It may only be
connected to other equipment that is installed inside a building.
Caution:
There are no operator serviceable parts inside the unit
Warning:
Use only the Kramer Electronics input power wall
adapter that is provided with the unit
Warning:
Disconnect the power and unplug the unit from the wall
before installing
PT-110xl, WP-110, PT-120xl, TP-120 - Getting Started
2.3
Recycling Kramer Products
The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive 2002/96/EC
aims to reduce the amount of WEEE sent for disposal to landfill or incineration by
requiring it to be collected and recycled. To comply with the WEEE Directive,
Kramer Electronics has made arrangements with the European Advanced
Recycling Network (EARN) and will cover any costs of treatment, recycling and
recovery of waste Kramer Electronics branded equipment on arrival at the EARN
facility. For details of Kramer’s recycling arrangements in your particular country
go to our recycling pages at http://www.kramerelectronics.com/support/recycling/.
2.4
About the Power Connect™ Feature
The Power Connect feature applies as long as the cable can carry power. This
feature is available when using TP cable and the distance does not exceed 50m
(164ft) on standard CAT 5 cable. For longer distances, use heavier gauge cable
(TP cable is still suitable for the video/audio transmission, but not for feeding the
power at these distances).
For a TP cable exceeding a distance of 50m, connect separate power supplies to
the transmitter and to the receiver simultaneously.
2.5
Shielded Twisted Pair (STP) / Unshielded Twisted Pair
(UTP)
We recommend that you use Shielded Twisted Pair (STP) cable, and stress that
the compliance to electromagnetic interference was tested using STP cable. There
are different levels of STP cable available, and we advise you to use the best
quality STP cable that you can afford. Our non-skew-free cable, Kramer BC-STP
is intended for analog signals where skewing is not an issue.
In cases where there is skewing, our Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) skew-free
cable, Kramer BC-XTP, may be advantageous, and UTP cable might also be
preferable for long range applications. In any event when using UTP cable, it is
advisable to ensure that the cable is installed far away from electric cables, motors
and so on, which are prone to create electrical interference.
PT-110xl, WP-110, PT-120xl, TP-120 - Getting Started
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PT-110xl UXGA Line Transmitter
The Kramer Pico TOOLS PT-110xl is an extended range UXGA line transmitter
that receives a UXGA signal and transmits it over a CAT 5/6 cable to the PT-120xl
or TP-120 receiver. In particular, the PT-110xl features:

Resolution up to WUXGA &1080p

HDTV compatibility up to 1080p

Extended transmission range of up to 250m (820ft) when used with Kramer’s
other twisted pair xl receivers (such as PT-120xl, TP-122xl or TP-126xl)

EDID capture that copies and stores the EDID from a display device

An increased level of protection against noise, spikes and interference in
adverse environments
3.1
Your PT-110xl UXGA Line Transmitter
Figure 1 defines the PT-110xl:
Figure 1: PT-110xl UXGA Line Transmitter
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Feature
CAPTURE Button
Function
Press to acquire the EDID information from the display
2
STATUS LED
Illuminates during normal operation; flashes when
acquiring the EDID
3
LINE OUT RJ-45 Connector
Connects to the LINE IN RJ-45 connector on the
PT-120xl or TP-120 XGA Line Receiver
4
ON LED
Illuminates when receiving power
5
UXGA INPUT 15-pin HD
Connector
Connect to the UXGA source
6
12V DC
+12V DC connector for powering the unit
PT-110xl, WP-110, PT-120xl, TP-120 - PT-110xl UXGA Line Transmitter
3.2
Connecting the PT-110xl UXGA Line Transmitter
To connect the PT-110xl (as shown in Figure 2) do the following:
1. Connect a UXGA source (for example, a computer graphics card) to the
15-pin HD UXGA INPUT connector.
2. Connect a CAT5/6 cable to the RJ-45 LINE OUT connector.
Figure 2: Connecting the PT-110xl UXGA Line Transmitter
3.3
Capturing the EDID
To capture an EDID:
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Connect the device from which you want to capture the EDID (for example, a
display, switcher, DA, etc.) directly to the UXGA input of the PT-110xl
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Press the EDID capture button.
The EDID status LED flashes slowly several times. The new EDID is
captured when the LED stops flashing and lights solid.
Note: If the status LED flashes quickly for a few seconds and then stays on
solid, the PT-110xl could not capture the EDID and loaded the default EDID
instead.
PT-110xl, WP-110, PT-120xl, TP-120 - PT-110xl UXGA Line Transmitter
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3.4
Loading the Default EDID
To load the default EDID:
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Press the EDID capture button.
The EDID status LED flashes quickly for a few seconds and then stays on
solid.
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PT-110xl, WP-110, PT-120xl, TP-120 - PT-110xl UXGA Line Transmitter
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WP-110 XGA Line Transmitter
The Kramer Wall Plate WP-110 is an XGA line transmitter that receives an XGA
signal and transmits it over a CAT 5 cable to the PT-120xl or TP-120 receiver. The
WP-110 is available in three versions: one for USA, one for Belgium and Germany,
and one for UK and most of Europe (excluding Belgium and Germany). In
particular, the WP-110 features:

Resolution of up to XGA

Use of the simplest UTP CAT 5 cables, however, it benefits from better
quality cables
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4.1
The power connect feature and is 12V DC fed
Your WP-110 XGA Line Transmitter
The WP-110 is available in three versions: US, Belgium and Germany, and UK
and most of Europe (excluding Belgium and Germany), as defined in Figure 3:
PT-110xl, WP-110, PT-120xl, TP-120 - WP-110 XGA Line Transmitter
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Figure 3: WP-110 XGA Line Transmitter
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Feature
ON LED
Function
Illuminates when receiving power
2
XGA IN 15-pin HD (F)
Connector
Connect to the XGA source
3
POWER
SUPPLY
4
GND PIN
Connect (-) to the Ground
+12V DC PIN
Connect (+) to the connector for powering the unit
LINE OUT RJ-45
Connector
Connects to the LINE IN RJ-45 connector on the PT-120xl
or TP-120 XGA Line Receiver
Use a UTP cable with CAT 5 connectors at both ends (the
PINOUT is defined in Figure 8)
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HS Switch
Slide the switch to the left (by default, both switches are set
to the right) to change the HS (horizontal sync) polarity to
(NEG.) negative polarity (down-going syncs); slide the
switch to the right (NORM.) to retain the polarity
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VS Switch
Slide the switch to the left to change the VS (vertical sync)
polarity to (NEG.) negative polarity; slide the switch to the
right (NORM.) to retain the polarity
PT-110xl, WP-110, PT-120xl, TP-120 - WP-110 XGA Line Transmitter
4.2
Installing the WP-110 XGA Line Transmitter
To install your WP-110 XGA Line Transmitter:
1. Connect the LINE OUT RJ-45 connector to the pre-installed UTP wiring in the
wall box opening that connects via UTP cabling to the LINE IN RJ-45 connector
of the PT-120xl or TP-120.
2. Connect your 12V DC power supply to the POWER SUPPLY pins, taking
care that polarity is correct.
Connect the wire labeled “+” to the +12V pin, and the wire labeled “–” to the GND pin.
3. Insert the WP-110 directly into the wall box opening, and then mount the
front panel securely using the screws.
4. Connect the XGA source to the XGA IN 15-pin HD (F) connector.
4.3
Connecting the WP-110 to the TP-120
To connect the WP-110 XGA Line Transmitter to the TP-120 XGA Line Receiver,
as the example in Figure 4 illustrates, do the following:
1. On the WP-110, connect the XGA source (for example, the 15-pin HD output
from a computer’s graphics card) to the XGA INPUT 15-pin HD (F)
connector.
2. On the TP-120, connect the XGA OUT 15-pin HD (F) connector to the XGA
acceptor (for example, a monitor).
3. Connect the LINE OUTPUT RJ-45 connector on the WP-110 to the LINE IN
RJ-45 connector on the TP-120, via UTP cabling (with a range of more than
300ft (>100m)).
4. On both the WP-110 and the TP-120, connect the 12V DC power adapter to
the power socket and connect the adapter to the mains electricity.
The signal from the XGA source is transmitted via CAT 5 cable, decoded
and converted at the XGA OUT 15-pin HD (F) connector to the XGA
acceptor.
For details of the power connect feature see Section 2.4.
5. On the TP-120, using a screwdriver to carefully rotate the trimmer, adjust the
output signal level and/or cable compensation equalization level, if required.
PT-110xl, WP-110, PT-120xl, TP-120 - WP-110 XGA Line Transmitter
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6. If necessary, set the H SYNC and V SYNC switches, on the underside of the
WP-110.
By default, both switches are set for normal H SYNC and V SYNC polarity.
Figure 4: Connecting the WP-110 to a TP-120
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PT-110xl, WP-110, PT-120xl, TP-120 - WP-110 XGA Line Transmitter
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PT-120xl XGA Line Receiver
The Kramer Pico TOOLS PT-120xl is an XGA line receiver that receives a coded
CAT 5 signal transmitted by the WP-110, decodes it and converts it to an XGA
output. In particular, the PT-120xl features:

An operating range of up to 300m using standard CAT 5 cable and the
PT-110xl
5.1
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EQ. and level controls
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Power Connect and is 12V DC fed
Your PT-120xl XGA Line Receiver
Figure 5 defines the PT-120xl XGA Line Receiver:
Figure 5: PT-120xl XGA Line Receiver
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Feature
LINE IN RJ-45 Connector
Function
Connects to the LINE OUT RJ-45 connector on the
WP-110 XGA Line Receiver
Using a UTP cable with CAT 5 connectors at both ends (the
PINOUT is defined in Figure 8)
2
LEVEL Trimmer
Adjusts the output signal level
Use a screwdriver to carefully rotate the trimmer, adjusting
the appropriate level
3
EQ. Trimmer
Adjusts the cable compensation equalization level
Degradation and VGA/XGA signal loss can result from using
long cables (due to stray capacitance), sometimes leading
to a total loss of sharpness in high-resolution signals
4
ON LED
Illuminates when receiving power
5
XGA OUTPUT 15-pin HD (F)
Connector
Connect to the XGA acceptor
6
12V DC
+12V DC connector for powering the unit
PT-110xl, WP-110, PT-120xl, TP-120 - PT-120xl XGA Line Receiver
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5.2
Connecting the PT-120xl XGA Line Receiver
To connect the PT-110xl XGA Line Transmitter to the PT-120xl XGA Line
Receiver, as the example in Figure 4 illustrates, do the following:
1. On the PT-110xl, connect the XGA source (for example, the 15-pin HD
output from a computer’s graphics card) to the XGA INPUT 15-pin HD (F)
connector.
2. On the PT-120xl, connect the XGA OUT 15-pin HD (F) connector to the XGA
acceptor (for example, a monitor).
3. Connect the LINE OUTPUT RJ-45 connector on the PT-110xl to the LINE IN
RJ-45 connector on the PT -120, via UTP cabling (with a range of up to 300ft
(100m)).
4. On both the PT-110xl and the PT-120xl, connect the 12V DC power adapter
to the power socket and connect the adapter to the mains electricity.
The signal from the XGA source is transmitted via CAT 5 cable, decoded
and converted at the XGA OUT 15-pin HD (F) connector to the XGA
acceptor.
For details of the power connect feature see Section 2.4.
5. On the PT-120xl, using a screwdriver to carefully rotate the trimmer, adjust
the output signal level and/or cable compensation equalization level, if
required.
Figure 6: Connecting the PT-110xl to a PT-120xl
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PT-110xl, WP-110, PT-120xl, TP-120 - PT-120xl XGA Line Receiver
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TP-120 XGA Line Receiver
The Kramer TOOLS TP-120 is an XGA line receiver that receives a coded CAT 5
signal transmitted by the WP-110, decodes it and converts it to an XGA output. In
particular, the TP-120:

Has an operating range of more than 300ft (more than 100m) using standard
CAT 5 cable and the WP-110
6.1
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Includes EQ. and level controls
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Has the power connect feature and is 12V DC fed
Your TP-120 XGA Line Receiver
Figure 7 defines the TP-120 XGA Line Receiver:
Figure 7: TP-120 XGA Line Receiver
6.2
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EQ Trimmer
Feature
Function
Adjusts the cable compensation equalization level
2
LEVEL Trimmer
Adjusts the output signal level
3
ON LED
Illuminates when receiving power
4
LINE IN RJ-45 Connector
Connects to the LINE OUT RJ-45 connector on
the WP-110 XGA Line Receiver
5
XGA OUT 15-pin HD (F) Connector
Connect to the XGA acceptor
6
12V DC
+12V DC connector for powering the unit
Connecting the TP-120 XGA Line Receiver
To connect the TP-120, refer to Section 4.3.
PT-110xl, WP-110, PT-120xl, TP-120 - TP-120 XGA Line Receiver
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6.3
Wiring the CAT 5 LINE IN / LINE OUT RJ-45 Connectors
This section defines the CAT 5 pinout, using a straight pin-to-pin cable with RJ-45
connectors.
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Note, that the cable ground shielding must be connected / soldered to
the connector shield.
EIA /TIA 568B
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PIN
1
Wire Color
Orange / White
2
Orange
3
Green / White
4
Blue
5
Blue / White
6
Green
7
Brown / White
8
Brown
Pair 1
4 and 5
Pair 2
1 and 2
Pair 3
3 and 6
Pair 4
7 and 8
Figure 8: CAT 5 PINOUT
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Technical Specifications
WP-110
PT-110xl
PT-120xl
TP-120
INPUTS:
1 VGA/UXGA on
a 15-pin HD
connector
1 VGA / UXGA on
a 15-pin HD
connector
1 RJ-45 LINE IN
connector
1 RJ-45 LINE IN
connector
OUTPUTS:
1 RJ-45 LINE
OUT connector
1 RJ-45 LINE
OUTPUT connector
1 VGA / UXGA
on a
15-pin HD
connector
1 VGA / UXGA
on a 15-pin HD
connector
1.3Vpp
1.4Vpp
Up to WUXGA,
1080p
Up to WUXGA,
1080p
Up to UXGA
RANGE:
Up to 250m
(820ft)
Up to 300m
(990ft)
More than 100m
(330ft)
S/N RATIO:
Any pair, better than 70dB (worst case)
MAX. OUTPUT
LEVEL:
RESOLUTION:
Up to UXGA
CONTROLS:
COUPLING:
AC
POWER
CONSUMPTION/FUSE
RECOMMENDATION:
12V DC, 285mA
max.
AC
12V DC, 285mA
Level: 0.7v to
1.3v, 300m;
EQ: 300m
@120MHz
Level: –7.5dB to
+4.4dB, 130m,
EQ: 0dB to
+33dB @50MHz
DC
AC
12V DC, 350mA
max.
12V DC, 300mA
max.
OPERATING TEMPERATURE:
0° to +40°C (32° to 104°F)
STORAGE TEMPERATURE:
-40° to +70°C (-40° to 158°F)
HUMIDITY:
10% to 90%, RHL non-condensing
DIMENSIONS:
USA: 6.9cm x
3.8cm x 11.4cm
(2.72" x 1.5" x
4.5") W, D, H
6cm x 6.5cm x
2.5cm (2.36" x
2.56" x 1")
W, D, H
6cm x 6.5cm x
2.5cm (2.36" x
2.56" x 1")
W, D, H
12cm x 7.5cm x
2.5cm (4.7" x
0.98" x 2.95")
W, D, H
0.14kg (0.31lbs)
approx.
0.14kg (0.31lbs)
approx.
0.3kg (0.66lbs)
approx.
Belgium and
Germany: 8cm x
3.8cm x 8cm
(3.15" x 1.5" x
3.15") W, D, H
UK and most of
Europe
(excluding
Germany and
Belgium): 8.6cm
x 3.8cm x 8.6cm
(3.39" x 1.5" x
3.39") W, D, H
WEIGHT:
0.14kg (0.31lbs)
approx.
ACCESSORIES:
Power supply
OPTIONS:
19-inch rack adapters
The power source was measured using a pair of units (transmitter and receiver).
Specifications are subject to change without notice at http://www.kramerelectronics.com
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For the latest information on our products and a list of Kramer distributors,
visit our Web site where updates to this user manual may be found.
We welcome your questions, comments, and feedback.
Web site: www.kramerelectronics.com
E-mail: info@kramerel.com
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P/N:
SAFETY WARNING
Disconnect the unit from the power
supply before opening and servicing
2900- 300338
Rev: 2
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