Product Manual 232-Amp
Product Manual
QIP™ IPTV Encoders
June 28, 2016
Firmware 2.2.0
4355 Excel Pkwy, Suite 600, Addison, TX, 75001
Phone: 972-931-2728 • Toll-Free: 888-972-2728 • Fax: 972-931-2765
E-Mail: Support@crwww.com Website: http://www.contemporaryresearch.com
Table of Contents
Table of Contents ................................................................................................................................ 2
Overview ............................................................................................................................................. 3
Video and Audio Assignment .............................................................................................................. 4
Installation Overview ......................................................................................................................... 5
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Installation - Settings ......................................................................................................................... 6
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Common .................................................................................................................................................. 8
Advanced ................................................................................................................................................. 9
Web Pages ............................................................................................................................................... 9
Using VLC Media Player to Test Streaming ....................................................................................... 11
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Specifications .................................................................................................................................... 12
Rack Mounting .................................................................................................................................. 13
Limited Warranty and Disclaimer ..................................................................................................... 13
Overview
QIP-HDMI 2
QIP-SDI 2
QIP-SDI HDMI
The new QIP series of IPTV encoders offer a totally new technology for H.264 IPTV encoding and distribution. All models
feature dual encoders to achieve a lower cost per IP stream. Dual hardware scalers offer total control over video
resolution, widescreen formatting and bitrate. Conversion of VGA and PAL video is fully supported as well.
Both SPST streams can be encoded as MPEG4 H.264 or MPEG2, and sent as Unicast or Multicast streams.
Models are available with HDMI or SDI inputs , as well as Composite for video or captioning data.
Captioning is also encoded from embedded SDI 708/608 data. Audio options include embedded audio, digital SPDIF, and
analog stereo – and SAP second audio language programs can be defined as well. Closure and voltage inputs are available
to trigger an EAS broadcast. Both streams will switch to a defined input, and will revert to current inputs when the event
ends. QIP IPTV Encoders can be set up and monitored via onboard Web pages, and updates can be performed over IP or
USB.
There are three QIP models that support a mix of HDMI, SDI, Component and Composite inputs – allowing a wide choice
of sources using one or two QIP encoders in one rack space.
QIP-HDMI 2
Two HDMI inputs (unencrypted)
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Two Composite/CC video inputs for encoding, or captioning,
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Two analog mini Stereo and two RCA SPDIF coax audio inputs
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QIP-SDI 2
Two SDI inputs, up to 3G (8 SDI audio pairs)
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Two Composite/CC video inputs for encoding, or captioning,
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Two analog mini Stereo and two RCA SPDIF coax audio inputs
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QIP-SDI HDMI
One SDI (up to 3G, 8 SDI audio pairs) and one HDMI input (unencrypted)
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Two Composite/CC video inputs for encoding, or captioning,
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Two analog mini Stereo and two RCA SPDIF coax audio inputs
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Shared Features
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Creates up to two high-definition SPTS Unicast or Multicast IPTV streams, encoded as H.264 or MPEG2, two programs can be
carried in one MPTS stream if required
Converts stereo and PCM to stereo AAC or MP12, passes through AC-3 audio
Can create SAP dual-language audio for each program
Accepts 608/708 embedded captioning, decodes Line 21 captioning from composite video inputs
Dual hardware scalers accept up to1080p 3G video, including 60/30 Hz, and PAL formats, and can deliver programs at a fixed
or native resolution
Contact and voltage inputs can trigger EAS broadcasts
Setup and monitor with front-panel menus or Ethernet/USB Web pages
Updates over Ethernet or front-panel USB, one app updates all models
May be rack-mounted two-across, delivering up to 4 IPTV streams in one rack space, with a mix of inputs
Video and Audio Assignment
Each QIP model has a set of rules regarding how video and audio is selected for Program A and B, with limits primarily for
SDI inputs and audio. The X/Y table for each shows valid input combinations for Programs A and B. For example, reading
across Program A for the QIP-SDI 2, you can select SDI 1, SDI 2, or Video 2. Reading down for Program B, you can select
SDI 1, SDI 2, or Video 1.
QIP-SDI 2
Program A
SDI 1
SDI 2
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QIP-SDI HDMI
Program B
Program A
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Audio Restrictions - You cannot select:
 SDI 1 pairs if Video 1 is selected as a video input.
 SDI 2 pairs if Video 2 is selected as a video input.
 More than two SDI 1 or SDI 2 pairs (of 8 pairs)
 Both SPDIF inputs and more than one SDI pair from
the same SDI input
 The same audio pair for Programs A and B If one SDI
input is patched to both encoders
Captions - You cannot select:
 SDI 1 closed captions if Video 1 is selected
 SDI 2 closed captions if Video 2 is selected
QIP-HDMI RGB
Program B
Program A
HDMI
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HDMI
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Audio Restrictions - You cannot select:
 SDI pairs if Video 1 is selected
 More than 2 SDI pairs
 Both SPDIF inputs and more than 1 SDI pair
Captions: You cannot select:
 SDI closed captions if Video 1 is selected
Installation Overview
First Things
Always start by defining video and audio inputs by selecting the QUICK menu. Press SETUP, move left or right and press
SELECT. Use Up - Down and Right – Left, then SELECT to save your choices. You can test streams offline via a PC and VLC
software (see page 15).
Inputs
Just a few things to know:
 HDMI – the input can’t pass encrypted HDCP content, accepts up to 1080p - downscaled to 1080i,
and can work with 60/30 Hz, VGA standard, and PAL video. For more information, view our Support Blog on
Using HDMI Sources.
 SDI – Accept sup to 1080p video, as well as 30/60 and PAL refresh rates. Captioning can be embedded or from
the CC port, audio is embedded or from a separate audio input
 Video – Accepts NTSC or PAL video, check the previous page for rules
 None – Choose None for the Program B, to make the encoder a single-program unit
PC and Other Source Scaling
In general, PC presentations via HDMI 1080p will be very close edge-to-edge, as the data from HDMI provides the
information needed to exactly scale the image. Some TVs vary in how they present the scaled image, the best for LG will
be the Just Scan mode, Normal for Visio, or similar for other brands. This will be similar for 1080p RGBHV PC video - for
resolutions less than 1080p, you may need to use the Zoom, Left, Right, Up, Down positioning to correctly display the
image. Other sources will be accepted and scaled automatically or following your settings.
Advanced Setup
Once you get to the more advanced options, such as setting up MPEG2/H.264, Unicast and Multicast operation– you can
still use the front-panel menus, but the Web pages will be quicker. See page 9 to learn how to use the front-panel USB
port to view the Web pages. Once you set the feature, you can plug and play with all QIP Encoders.
IPTV
There can be up to 2 SPTS (Single Program Transport Stream) streams, one from each encoder, set to MPEG4 H.264 or
MPEG2, at a fixed or variable bitrate, set for each Program. Unicast, where the stream is pointed at one specific player,
works on all networks, bandwidth permitting. Multicast will only work of all of the site’s routers and switches support
Multicast IGMP operation. In the rare case that the site wants two programs in one stream (MPTS Multiple Program
Transport Stream), that option can be set in the Advanced menu.
EAS Emergency Alert Service
You can select any video and audio input as the EAS source. A latching contact closure (NO – SW and GND) or 5-24 VDC
voltage will trigger the event (GND and V+), and restore to the previous inputs when released.
Reset Options (Just a short press on designated buttons)
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Pressing the Left and Right arrows does a soft encoder reboot (some components like HDMI aren’t reset)
Resetting power will reset all system components without changing settings
Pressing Left and Right arrows during power-up resets to custom AV settings (see Advanced menu page).
Pressing Up and Down during power-up clears everything, resets to factory settings – use with caution
Installation - Settings
The following menus are the same for all QIP IPTV Encoders. We will base the examples on the QIP-HDMI 2, the unique
video and audio input selections are noted on Page 4.
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Front Panel. Press the SETUP button use the Up/Down buttons to move through menus, Left/Right to change
settings, then press SELECT to store the changes at each step.
o Select a menu group (Quick, A, B, Common, Advanced), then SELECT to view that group’s menus
o Press SETUP to move back to other menu groups
o Pressing the left and right buttons together will reboot the unit
Ethernet. Access the onboard Web pages. Helpful for remote access when system is fully integrated with site
Ethernet.
USB-Web. Access Web pages from front-panel USB port, simplest solution for full setup, requires no IP setup or
connection, connect from the front of the equipment rack.
Front Panel Menus
There are five groups of menus you can choose from:
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Quick Setup supplies just the few settings for video and audio inputs.
Program A goes deeper in to all the options for the first source
Program B does the same for the second program
Common menus set the core values for the entire QIP, such LCD brightness, unit name and other options
Advanced menus set special options for Program A and B, Common settings
Quick (selections for QMOD-HMDI 2 shown below)
Video A Inpt
Selects the video input for Program A
HDMI 1| HDMI 2 | Video 1| Video 2
Audio A Inpt
Selects the audio input for Program A
None | HDMI 1| HDMI 2 | SPDIF 1 | SPDIF 2 | Analog 1| Analog 2
Video B Inpt
Selects the video input for Program B
None | HDMI 1| HDMI 2 | Video 1| Video 2
Audio B Inpt
Selects the audio input for Program B
None | HDMI 1| HDMI 2 | SPDIF 1 | SPDIF 2 | Analog 1| Analog 2
Program A and Program B
There are two separate menus for Program A and B (examples below for the QIP-HDMI 2)
Encoder Settings
Sets video and audio properties for the program
Video Input
Select the video input (Program B adds the option to select NONE)
HDMI 1| HDMI 2 | Video 1| Video 2
Input Res
Displays resolution of current source
Output Res
Set the Program output resolution, auto resolution will override this setting
1080i | 720p | 480p | 480i | 576i
Auto Out Res
When set to On, the QIP will automatically output the program as the same resolution as the
source. Default is On. On | Off
Vid Bitrate
Bitrate is adjustable in half steps from 9-20 Mbps for MPEG2, 5-10 for H.264 HD, less for SD.
Default rate will be 18 or 9 Mbps, set to 18 or below for dual-channel operation.
Video Format
Select MPEG2 or H.264
Aspect Ratio
Menu visible when there is a 480i source. Sets the video to display the 480i video as 4:3 or 16:9.
4:3 | 16:9
Aud 1 Input
Sets audio for the currently selected source. If you plan on switching sources in your application,
select each video input, then select the associated audio. The audio will then automatically follow
the selected video input.
None | HDMI 1 |HDMI 2 | SPDIF 1 | SPDIF 2 | Analog 1| Analog 2 (SDI can now select pairs 1-8)
Aud 1 Format
Selects audio format for stereo PCM or analog audio. AAC | MP12
Aud 1 Lang
Displays metatext for audio channel language.
English | Spanish | Portuguese |French |German
Aud 2 Input
Sets the source for the second SAP audio track for the selected video input. Audio will be in MPEG
1 Layer 2 format
None | HDMI 1 |HDMI 2 | SPDIF 1 | SPDIF 2 | Analog 1| Analog 2 (SDI can now select pairs 1-8)
Aud 2 Lang
Displays metatext for SAP audio channel language.
English | Spanish | Portuguese |French |German
Chan Name
Enters channel (Program) short name, up to 7 characters. QIP A or QIP B is default text.
Press right or left arrow to start editing, use Up and Down arrows to select character.
No Vid Color
Sets background color displayed when no video is present
Orange | Purple (default) | Green
Sync TrigLev
May help how fine details are displayed for component input 1-4. Only on Web page.
Clock Phase
RGB/Component input, can improve sharpness for some videos or signage 1-6
CC Source
Selects source for captioning, Line 21 from NTSC, 708/608 from SDI (ex: QIP-SDI2)
None | Video 1 | Video 2 | SDI 1 | SDI 2
Horiz Freq
Shows horizontal frequency of source
Vert Freq
Shows vertical frequency of source
Horiz Adjust
At the Horizontal menu, press the SELECT button to start the process – you will see a white bar in
the middle of the QIP display.
- Up zooms the video horizontally, while Down scales the video down
- Left moves the video left, Right moves the image right
- The solution is automatically saved for that resolution. Repeat for other resolutions, if needed
Vert Adjust
Same as above, Up/Down positions video, L/R zoom and shrink
IP Settings
Defines streaming properties
UDP Mode
Selects UDP mode, sub menus change depending on mode
Unicast | Multicast
Dest Uni Addr
Enter destination IP address for unicast
DstMultiAddr
Enter IP address for multicast
Dest IP Port
Enter UDP port for unicast or multicast
Common
This series of menus sets global values for QIP operation. Gray sections cannot be changed on Web pages.
LCD Contrast
LCD Bright
Clear PWD
IP Mode
IP Address
Contrast 1-15
Display brightness 1-16 (if you set too low, you can change via Web page)
Press Select to clear password – accessible only in the front-panel menu
Static or DHCP
192.168.001.231
Left/Right steps through each group, click Up or Down arrow to step one at a time, hold down to
move faster. Address also appears on LCD when QIP restarts.
Gateway
192.168.001.010
Quad address – Left/Right steps through each group, click Up or Down arrow to step one at a time,
hold down to move faster.
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.000
Subnet has a limited range of combinations, so this function is simplified
Left/Right steps through each group, click Up or Down arrow for options
Mac/SN
Displays Mac address - the last 3 pairs identify the serial number
Unit Name
Create unique name for the QIP
QMOD* Version
Starts with current version, use left and right arrows for versions of all software modules
*At present, a few settings use QMOD as both encoders share similar menus.
Advanced
This series of menus sets global values for QIP operation.
A-Pgm Number
Sets specific Program number, default is 1 for A, 2 for B. Often used to match program number for
emulating Guide channel in cable systems. 1-9999
A-Bitrate Mode
Only visible when QIP outputs on Ethernet only. Selects Constant or Variable rate
A-QMODIPPort*
Sets Source IP port for streaming (2728 default)
A-Mcast TTL
This Time To Live function assures that multicast streams don’t loop forever when they’re not
being used. 0-255 - Typical settings:
0- restricted to the same host, will not be forwarded by any interface
1-restricted to the same subnet, won’t be forwarded by router
32-(default) restricted to the same site
64- restricted to the same region
128- restricted to the same continent
A-FrmsDropped
Counts the number of frames dropped for testing, press right arrow to clear
B-Pgm Number
Sets specific Program number, default is 1 for A, 2 for B. Often used to match program number for
emulating Guide channel in cable systems. 1-9999
B-Bitrate Mode
Selects Constant or Variable rate
B-QMODIPPort*
Sets Source IP port for streaming (2729 default)
B-Mcast TTL
This Time To Live function assures that multicast streams don’t loop forever when they’re not
being used. 0-255
B-FrmsDropped
Counts the number of frames dropped for testing, press right arrow to clear
Fan Speed
Fan speed in percent, operation is automatic
Temperature
Processor temperature, tends to hover around 139 degrees
Selects video input to use when an Emergency Alert has been triggered, may be any input
EAS Video
Selects audio input to use when an Emergency Alert has been triggered, may be any input
EAS Audio
IP TS Mode
Sets SPTS or MPTS for IPTV streaming. When set to MPTS, the A and B IP Ports will have the same
address, using the last defined address.
CVCT
Activates inclusion of virtual channel ID and short Name in the video stream.
On (default) | Off
Telnet Port
23 (default)
IP port for Telnet communication – Click or hold Up or Down to set.
Setup Lockout
On or Off On locks out Setup button
Pressing Setup and the Right key will unlock Setup until the QIP is reset.
Save Data
Custom Reset – saves current settings to use for Reset
Reset
Select Factory Default or Custom settings
IP Speed
Auto | 100 Mbps
Reboot
Left or Right arrow cycles between Reboot, AV Dropped, FIFO Full counts, reset from Web page
Web Pages
Or use the front-panel USB port this way:
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Go to Windows Control Panel /Network and Sharing Center/Change
Adapter Settings
Right-click on the USB Ethernet/RNDIS Gadget, and right-click
Properties
Select Internet Protocol Version 4, select Properties and enter
o IP Address: 192.168.227.228
o Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Enter 192.168.227.227 in your browser to see the QIP web pages
Once this is set, the same settings apply to all QIP units
Firmware Updates
An installer you can download from our website will create a standard Windows application that you will use for all newgen QIP and QIP encoders. The software will select the correct firmware for each model.
There are two ways to access the download:
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Go to our site and select Support, then Software Updates and look in the HDTV Origination section
Select Products, your QIP and click the link in Downloads
After downloading, run the QIP Update Vxxx.exe file, as you would for any new software app. Later updates will follow
the same process; the installer will add the latest firmware.
After you run the installer, look in All Programs/Contemporary Research/QIP Update and run the app.
You have two options for firmware updating, Ethernet or Front panel USB. Ethernet is always the quickest; USB is handy
when you don’t have an IP connection. You’ll find the IP address of the QIP by pressing Setup, then select Common, and
use the Up or Down arrows to find the address.
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Select the correct network adapter from the pull-down list.
Click Start
Wait unit the app turns green, as shown above, Red means the update process was not completed.
If the program starts, but can’t start the install, Windows Firewall may be blocking the app (USB and Ethernet updates
are both IP processes). Go to the Windows Firewall/Allowed Apps tool and enable the QIP Update app for all cases.
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Using VLC Media Player to Test Streaming
The simplest way to test IPTV operation is to use a PC with VLC Media Player onboard. For a streaming test, use your PC
and QIP off-line from a network. Use an IP cable between the PC and QIP (it will auto-sense and make it a crossover
cable). Set the QIP’s quad address to the same as your PC (usually 192.168.0.xxx or 192.168.1.xxx), set the last number on
the QIP to be different than your laptop. With this setup, you can test Unicast and Multicast streaming. If you stream over
your network, Unicast usually works, but you’ll shut down the network if it’s not set up for Multicast and IGMP. Get
approval from your IT staff before doing a streaming test on an Ethernet network.
QIP Setup
Using the onboard Web Common page or front panel menus:
 Select the UDP Mode to Unicast
 Enter the IP Quad address of your PC for the Unicast Address
 For Multicast, use the default multicast address
 The default Destination IP Port is 1234, you can change if needed
 Click Make Changes
If your PC and the QIP are on the same network, the video is now streaming to your PC. I’m using Unicast as most
networks aren’t set up for Multicast as yet. Unicast will easily work in your home or integrator shop. If you’re at a
customer’s site, you’ll want to get approval by the IT department before streaming any content.
VLC Setup
Launch VLC on your PC. If you need to download the software,
make sure that your download the app from VideoLAN only –
there are many phishing sites that include malware with the
VLC download.
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Click the Media menu and select the Open Network
Stream option
Enter udp://@:1234 or the port you defined above
Click Play to watch the video
Unicast
This form of Video over Ethernet creates a link from the QIP to a specific IP receiver. The pros are that this stream will
operate over most current networks and routers. The takeback is that you can only stream to one receiver at a time, and
you need to set up the link within the QIP.
Multicast
Multicasting is a more intelligent solution, as you can broadcast the stream with a multicast address, and the routers and
switches do the work of sending and copying the stream to receivers that request it.
The usual catch for integration is that not all routers can handle multicasting. All of the site's routers and switches must
have multicasting and IGMP enabled, which may require either software updates or new equipment. IGMP protocol
restricts the routing of streams to only the receivers that request the media.
Multicast IP addresses range from 224.0.0.1 through 239.255.255.255, which are set aside for multicast streams.
However, there are "reserved" combinations in that range that won't work efficiently, so you'll want to use addresses
assigned by the IT department. Typical "non-reserved" addresses include:
239.0.0.5
239.0.0.6
239.0.100.99
239.0.100.99
239.1.0.2
239.3.0.1
239.0.1.1
Specifications
Physical
Front Panel
Scaling
Encoding
Power
Rear Panel
EAS
Video Inputs
HDMI
SDI
Composite
Audio Inputs
Includes
Options
8.5” [216mm] wide x 1.73” [62mm] height (1RU) x 6.0” [153mm] deep
1.5 lbs [0.68kg]
+32° to 122° F operating temperature, convection cooled
Rack mounting for one or two units side-by-side optional (RK1, RK2EZ)
Select and directional buttons for menu setup
Menu LCD, Blue with 2 lines of 20 white characters each
Dual hardware scalers
Accepts 1080p - 480i , HD, DS and VGA resolutions, 29.97 - 60 Hz US and PAL refresh rates
Edge to edge presentation with zoom, shrink and X/Y axis positioning
Auto-sync or scales to fixed output resolution, 1080p is scaled to 1080i
MPEG2/H.264 Profile:MP@HL for HD, MP@ML for SD, 1080i, 720p, 480p, and 480i/576i output resolution
MPEG2 Video Encoding bitrate 10-25 Mbps, HD, 5-6 Mps 480i, or variable bitrate
H.264 Video Encoding bitrate 5-10 Mbps, HD, 2-4 Mbps 480i, or variable bitrate
Converts PCM or MPEG1, Layer 2 audio to stereo AC-3, AAC or MP12, pass-through AC-3
SAP Dual-language capability, second audio track is MPEG1, layer 2
Dual encoders can stream can output individual SPTS MPEG2 or H.264 streams, with an option to send one MPTS
stream if required
2.1mm coaxial jack (inside center conductor positive)
1.1A maximum, 11.5 to 13.5 VDC
3 GPI Pins for latching control, SW, NO for closure, V+ 5-12 VDC, Ground
1080p at 60/59.94Hz, 1080i/720p at 59.94/60Hz, or 489p/480i at 29.97Hz, and PAL
1080p scaled to 1080i, others output at fixed or native resolution
Most VGA resolutions, Widescreen option for 480i
Accepts HDMI/SDI embedded Stereo/AAC/Dolby Digital 48KHz audio (AC-3/AAC pass-through)
HDMI 1.4a female, does not accept HDCP protected content
BNC Female
SD-SDI @ 270Mb/s, HD-SDI @ 1.485Gb/s, 3G SDI Level A @ 2.970Gb/s
Coax cable auto-equalizer for SD up to 460m, HD up to 230m (RG6)
NTSC/PAL Video: RCA female (480i/576i), 29.97 Hz, supplies line 21 Captioning
Digital SPDIF: Two Coax, PCM 44/48K sample rate
Analog L and R: 2 3.5MM stereo jacks
HDMI Embedded, 48K sample rate
SDI Embedded, 44.1/48K sample rate, select from 8 SDI pairs
PS12-2 Switching power supply, 2A 12 VDC, standard cable for AC power strips
PS12-8Y 8A power supply with Y cable to drive 2-4 QIPs (free at time of order)
RK1 Single Rack Kit , RK2EZ Dual Rack Kit
Rack Mounting
Two options are available for rack-mounting QIP modulators
RK2EZ Dual Rack Kit with Tie Bar Mounting
Use this rack kit for mounting one unit in a half-width rack. QIP enclosures have a slot in the bottom middle of the case.
This will accept a tie bar that will lock the two enclosures together without taking the cases apart. Do not mount the
QCA9-33 or QDA4-45 units next to QIPs, as the units will block flow-through fan ventilation.
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Check that your enclosures have the tie bar slot.
Slide the included tie bar into the side of one unit and attach with the included screws.
Slide the other unit into the tie bar, and attach the screws
Add the rack mounts to the sides.
RK1 Single Unit Rack Mount
Attach the long and short rack ears to the side and towards
the front of the unit with the four (4) supplied 8-32 by ¼”
(black) countersunk screws
Limited Warranty and Disclaimer
LIMITED 3 YEAR WARRANTY
Contemporary Research warrants most products to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use
for a period of three years from the date of purchase. Should such a defect occur, Contemporary Research will repair or
replace, at their option, the defective product at no cost for parts or labor. This warranty extends to product purchased
directly from CR or an authorized dealer.
The Contemporary Research SSV-DX Display Express PC product carries a 6 month limited warranty.
Warranty DOES NOT cover repairs or replacements due to misuse, accident, lightning damage, water damage,
unauthorized repair, or other causes not within the control of Contemporary Research.
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Any equipment that has altered or missing serial numbers
Expendable accessories such as batteries.
Any modifications to the hardware or software not authorized by Contemporary Research.
Reception or transmission problems caused by signal conditions, Internet connection, or other communications
systems outside the product.
Problems related to OS updates and issues, if Contemporary Research software has been hacked or damaged by
malware or otherwise.
Damages caused during shipping
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