installation manual
HDBaseT EXTENDER
B-540-EXT-230-RS
INSTALLATION
MANUAL
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, read and follow all instructions and warnings in this
manual. Keep this manual for future reference.
1. Do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture. Do not expose this equipment to dripping
or splashing, and ensure that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, are placed on the
equipment. Do not use this apparatus near water.
2. Do not remove cover. No user serviceable parts inside.
3. Clean only with a dry cloth.
4. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install according to manufacturer’s instructions.
5. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves or other
apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
6. Do not override the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding plug. A polarized plug has
two blades, one of which is wider than the other. A grounding plug has two matching blades
and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong is provided for your safety. If
the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the
obsolete outlet.
7. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched, particularly at the plug end and
where the power cord is attached to the apparatus.
8. Only use attachments and accessories specified by the manufacturer.
9. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus
has been damaged in any way, such as when the power supply cord or plug is damaged,
liquid has been spilled on or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has
been exposed to rain or moisture, the apparatus does not operate normally, or it has been
dropped.
10.To completely disconnect this equipment from power, disconnect the power supply cord
from the power outlet.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within
an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user
to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage
within the product’s enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and maintenance
(servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
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CAUTION
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
DO NOT REMOVE COVER. NO USER
SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
CONTENTS
Important Safety Instructions . .......................................................................................................................................2
1. Product Overview ...........................................................................................................................................................4
2. Features................................................................................................................................................................................4
3. Package Contents.............................................................................................................................................................4
4. Device Layout.....................................................................................................................................................................5
4.1. B-540-EXT-230-RS Transmitter...................................................................................................................5
4.2. B-540-EXT-230-RS Receiver.........................................................................................................................6
5. Installation...........................................................................................................................................................................7
5.1. B-540-EXT-230-RS Transmitter Installation..........................................................................................7
5.2. B-540-EXT-230-RS Receiver Installation.................................................................................................7
6. Applications . .....................................................................................................................................................................8
6.1. HDBaseT Link (RJ45) Connection...............................................................................................................8
6.2. IR Control Connections...................................................................................................................................9
6.2.1. Point-to-Point IR Receiver - Stereo (3.5mm) Receiver Only..............................................10
6.2.2. IR Control In Mono (3.5mm) – Transmitter Only....................................................................10
6.2.3. IR Flasher Out-3.5mm Mono – Transmitter and Receiver..................................................10
6.3. RS-232 Control Connections........................................................................................................................11
6.3.1. RS-232 Control (DB-9) Connection.............................................................................................11
6.3.1.1. RS-232 Operation Mode....................................................................................................12
6.3.1.2. Firmware Update Operation ...........................................................................................12
6.4. Thread-Locking Power Connector..............................................................................................................12
7. Specifications.....................................................................................................................................................................13
8. Contacting Tech Support ..............................................................................................................................................14
9. Warranty..............................................................................................................................................................................14
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1. PRODUCT OVERVIEW
Welcome to Binary. This product is engineered to provide years of exceptional reliability. We
appreciate your business, and we stand committed to providing our customers with the highest
degree of quality and service in the industry.
This device extends HDMI over a single category cable using HDBaseT technology allowing
video and audio transmission to remote displays. In addition, the device is equipped with
bidirectional IR and RS-232 over the same category cable.
This unit supports all HDMI defined audio and video formats, including [email protected] Hz, and
is compatible with HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2 products. The Power over Cable (PoC) feature
enables the extender to be powered from either end.
2. FEATURES
• Extends all HDMI formats up to:
Cable Type
1080i/720p 24-bit color
Full HD 1080p 24-bit color
Full HD 1080p 36-bit color
Ultra HD [email protected] Hz
Cat 5e/6
200'
200'
200'
115'
Cat 6a/7
230'
230'
230'
130'
*Compatible with HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2
• Supports all HDMI supported audio formats, including DTS-HD Master and Dolby TrueHD
• Bidirectional IR and RS-232
• PoC capable - can be powered from either the transmitter or receiver
3. PACKAGE CONTENTS
• 1x B-540-EXT-230-RS Transmitter
• 1x B-540-EXT-230-RS Receiver
• 1x 24V DC, 1A Power Supply
• 4x Mounting Ears
• 4x Mounting Screws
• 8x Rubber Feet
• 1x Installation Manual
• 1x Power Supply Label
• 2x HDBaseT Labels
• 1x IR Adapter Cable
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4. DEVICE LAYOUT
4.1. B-540-EXT-230-RS Transmitter
A
B
C
PWR
HDMI IN
D
E
F
+24V DC 1A
INPUT
DTE
DCE
11
G
ON
5
SERVICE
RS-232
H
I
32
22
ON
ON
Control In
DCE
DTE
HDBaseT
HDBaseT
LINK
LINK
FIGURE 1: Transmitter Layout
A. Thread-locking Power Connector
Connect the included 24VDC,1A power supply
B. Power LED
Lights blue when the unit has power
C. HDMI IN
HDMI Input for connection to a source HDMI output
D. IR Flasher Out
IR output for connection to IR Flasher
E. IR Control In
Connect to the IR output of a control system or IR connecting block to send IR signals to the
remote location. Does not supply power.
F. DIP Switches
DCE/DTE
Select for DTE or DCE mode serial (RS232) communication via DB-9
SERVICE /LINK (RS-232)
Select SERVICE for firmware operation, or LINK for passthrough (normal) operation
G. RS-232
Connect to communicate RS-232 commands when connected to a control system
H. HDBaseT (RJ45 )
Connect to the HDBaseT RJ45 port on receiver
I. Link LED
Lights green when synced with receiver
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4.2. B-540-EXT-230-RS Receiver
A
B
C
D
E
F
+24V DC 1A
INPUT
G
DTE
DCE
ON
ON
PWR
HDMI OUT
DCE
DTE
1
1
ON
5
SERVICE
RS-232
H
I
32
2
2
HDBaseT
LINK
FIGURE 2: Receiver Layout
A. Thread-locking Power Connector
Connect to the included 24VDC,1A power Supply
B. Power LED
Lights up blue when the unit has power
C. HDMI Out
HDMI Output to connect to the HDMI input of a sink(display)
D. IR Flasher
IR output to connect to IR Flasher
E. IR Receiver
IR input to connect to IR Receiver or to output of a control system
F. DIP Switches
DCE/DTE
Select for DTE or DCE mode serial (RS232) communication via DB-9
ON/SERVICE
ONfor Pass-Through (normal operation)/Service for Firmware update
G. RS-232
Connect to communicate RS-232 commands when connected to a control system
H. HDBaseT (RJ45 )
Connect to the HDBaseT RJ45 port on receiver
I. Link LED
Lights green when synced with receiver
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5. INSTALLATION
CAUTION: Do not connect power to the device until all other connections are made and the unit
is installed.
5.1. B-540-EXT-230-RS Transmitter Installation
1. Run category cable from the location of the transmitter to the remote location of the receiver.
2. Mount the device transmitter in the desired location.
3. Connect the HDMI Out of a source component using an HDMI cable.
4. Connect the RS-232 DB-9 from a control system if being used.
5. Connect an IR control system to the IR receiver and/or IR flasher if being used. Refer to
Section 6.2.
6. Connect the category cable to the device transmitter.
7. Connect the 24V DC, 1A power supply to the thread-locking power connector unless PoC
is being used to send power from the receiver. DO NOT plug the power supply into an AC
outlet until Receiver Installation is completed.
5.2. B-540-EXT-230-RS Receiver Installation
1. Run category cable from the location of the transmitter to the remote location of the receiver.
2. Mount the device receiver in the desired location.
3. Connect the category cable to the device receiver.
4. Connect an IR flasher and/or IR receiver if being used. Refer to Section 6.2.
5. Connect an HDMI cable from the HDMI Out of device receiver to the display.
6. Connect the RS-232 DB9 to an RS-232 controllable source if being used.
7. Connect the 24V DC, 1A power supply to the thread-locking power connector, unless PoC is
being used to send power from the transmitter.
8. Connect the power supply to the AC outlet.
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6. APPLICATIONS
HDMI Source
PLAY
AC
Power
B-540-EXT-230-RS Transmitter
+24V DC 1A
INPUT
DTE
DCE
11
ON
ON
55
SERVICE
SERVICE
RS-232
RS-232
33 22
22
ON
ON
PWR
HDMI IN
Back
Control In
DCE
DTE
+24V DC 1A
INPUT
DCE
DTE
11
Front
ON
ON
5
5
SERVICE
SERVICE
RS-232
RS-232
HDBaseT
LINK
HDBaseT
HDBaseT
LINK
LINK
33 22
22
ON
ON
PWR
HDMI OUT
DCE
DTE
B-540-EXT-230-RS Receiver
HDTV
FIGURE 3 : Application Diagram
Note: When a power supply is connected to either the transmitter or receiver, the HDBaseT
link sends power to the other unit. Only one unit requires a power supply to be connected.
6.1. HDBaseT Link (RJ45) Connection
This device is specified to operate with category cables for communication between the
transmitter and receiver. The transmission path may include a maximum of two keystones and
two patch cables, as long as the total length does not exceed 200' for Cat 5e/6 and 230' for Cat
6a/7.
TIA/EIA Standard 568-B (Gold Pins Facing Up)
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
White/Orange
Orange
White/Green
Blue
Pin 5
Pin 6
Pin 7
Pin 8
White/Blue
Green
White/Brown
Brown
FIGURE 4: RJ45 Connections
Note: The HDBaseT Link RJ45 connection includes a 12V signal. Do not connect anything to
this port other than an HDBaseT transmitter or receiver.
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6.2. IR Control Connections
Bidirectional IR signals can be transmitted between transmitter and receiver through category
cable. The IR signal can be generated either from a powered receiver or from a control system.
The following section describes these two use cases.
CAUTION: Pinout configurations for IR receivers and control systems vary. Before
connecting to this input, review this section carefully in order to match the pinouts for the
device.
HDMI Source
IR Processor/ Controller
PLAY
IR Inputs
B-540-EXT-230-RS Transmitter
or
A
C
+24V DC 1A
INPUT
HDMI IN
PWR
IR Outputs
ONON
DCE
DTE
1
ON
Control In
12
5 5 3322
DCE
DTE
SERVICE
SERVICE
Back
DTE
DCE
11
ON
5
SERVICE
RS-232
RS-232
RS-232
HDBaseT
HDBaseT
+24V DC 1A
INPUT
22
ON
ON
DCE
DTE
HDBaseT
PWR
LINK
LINK
B-540-EXT-230-RS Receiver
HDTV
FIGURE 5: IR Connections
Note: Arrow direction indicates signal flow.



D
LINK
LINK
Front
D
32
HDBaseT
2
ON
IR Control In-3.5 mm Mono—See Section 6.2.2
IR Receiver In-3.5 mm Stereo—See Section 6.2.1
IR Flasher Out-3.5 mm Mono—See Section 6.2.3
HDBaseT Link category cable (RJ45)—See Section 6.1
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HDMI OUT
C
B
6.2.1. Point-to-Point IR Receiver - Stereo (3.5mm) Receiver Only
The IR Receiver port is used to send an IR signal from a +9V DC powered IR Receiver
to an IR Flasher connected to the Transmitter. Use a 3.5mm {1/8”} Stereo Cable to
connect directly to an IR Receiver.
CAUTION: DO NOT connect a mono cable to this connection as damage may occur.
9V DC(Sleeve)
GND (Sleeve)
IR Signal (Tip)
IR Signal
Tip
GND (Ground)
Ring
+9VDC
Sleeve
Pinout Configuration
FIGURE 6: Point-to-Point IR settings
Use the included IR adapter cable between the control system ouput and the IR receiver input
if the system requires a control system connection to send IR to the Transmitter.
6.2.2. IR Control In Mono (3.5mm) – Transmitter Only
The IR Control IN port is used to send a wired IR signal from an IR Flasher connected to the
Receiver. This connection does not include power for an IR Receiver. Use a 3.5mm {1/8”} mono
cable to connect directly to the control system IR output.
GND (Sleeve)
IR Signal
Tip
IR Signal (Tip)
GND (Ground)
Ring
Pinout Configuration
FIGURE 7 : Control System IR settings
Use a powered IR block between the IR receiver and the IR control IN port on the Transmitter if
the system requires a powered IR Receiver at the Transmitter.
6.2.3. IR Flasher Out-3.5mm Mono – Transmitter and Receiver
GND (Sleeve)
IR Signal (Tip)
Pinout Configuration
FIGURE 8: IR Flasher Out
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6.3. RS-232 Control Connections
Bidirectional RS-232 signals are transmitted between the device transmitter and receiver over
the category cable. The transmitter may be connected to a control system, and the receiver
may be connected to an RS-232 controllable device.
B-540-EXT-230-RS Transmitter
DCE
DTE
1 1
ON
ON
55 33 22
SERVICE
SERVICE
RS-232
RS-232
A
B-540-EXT-230-RS Receiver
B
1
ON
HDBaseT
ON
ON
DCE
DTE
22
ON
ON
DCE
DTE
LINK
1 2
Control
System
55 33 22
A
B
2
ON
DCE
DTE
SERVICE
SERVICE
RS-232
RS-232
HDBaseT
HDBaseT
LINK
LINK
RS-232 Controllable
Device
 RS-232 Control (DB-9)- See Section 6.3.1
 HDBaseT Link category - See Section 6.1
FIGURE 9: RS-232 Connections
6.3.1. RS-232 Control (DB-9) Connection
Bidirectional RS-232 signals are transmitted between the B-540-EXT-230-RS Transmitter
and Receiver over the Cat 5e/6 cable. The transmitter may be connected to a control system
controller and the Receiver connected to an RS-232 controllable device.
DCE Mode
DCE
ON
RS-232 DB-9 Pinouts
5
3 2
1
DTE Mode
DCE
ON
2
1
ON
DTE
SERVICE
DTE
DCE (Up)
PIN
2
ON
FUNCTION
SERVICE
DTE (Down)
PIN
FUNCTION
2
RxD (Data Receive)
2
TxD (Data Transmit)
3
TxD (Data Transmit)
3
RxD (Data Receive)
5
GND
5
GND
FIGURE 10: RS-232 Modes and Connections
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6.3.1.1. RS-232 Operation Mode
The RS232 connection is used for performing Firmware updates in addition to sending RS232
signals. Switch 2 is used to set the RS232 Mode.
Note: Switch 2 must set to ON (Up) during normal RS232 Pass-Through operation.
ON
DCE
1
1
2
2
ON
ON
DTE
ON
DCE
SERVICE
RS-232 Pass-Through
(Up)
DTE
SERVICE
Service
(Down)
6.3.1.2. Firmware Update Operation
As new source and display devices become available, it may be necessary to modify the
firmware in the B-540-EXT-230-RS. To perform firmware updates, the dipswitches must be set
to DTE (Down) and Service. Detailed instructions and updated firmware will be posted to www.
snapav.com as they are released.
6.4. Thread-Locking Power Connector
This extender pair is Power over Cable capable and therefore can be powered from either
the transmitter or receiver. When a power supply is connected to either the transmitter or
receiver, the HDBaseT link sends power to the other end.
CAUTION: DO NOT connect the power supply to the device until it is completely
installed and all connections have been made.
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7. SPECIFICATIONS
Technical
HDMI Compliance
HDCP Compliance
Video Bandwidth
HDMI over UTP Transmission
Transmitter
Receiver
Resolution
1080i / 720p 24-bit
color
Full HD 1080P 24-bit
color
Full HD 1080P 36-bit
deep color
[email protected] (4:4:4)/
[email protected] (4:2:0)
Input TMDS Signal
Input DDC Signal
ESD Protection
IR Signal (Bidirectional)
Connections
HDBaseT Link
HDMI
IR Receiver (In)
IR Control In
IR Flasher (Out)
RS-232 pass-through
Power
Controls
DIP switch 1
DIP switch 2
Mechanical
Housing
Dimensions
Weight
Power Supply
Power Consumption
Operation Temperature
Storage Temperature
Relative Humidity
Certifications and Compliance
HDMI 3D
Yes
10.2 Gbps
Cat 5e/6
Cat 6a/7
200 ft
230 ft
200 ft
230 ft
200 ft
230 ft
115 ft
130 ft
1.2V (peak-to-peak)
5V (peak-to-peak, TTL)
(1) Human body model: ±5kV (air-gap discharge) & ±8kV (contact
discharge) (2) Core chipset — ±8kV
Carrier frequency: 20–60kHz
1x RJ45
1x HDMI Type A
(19-pin female)
1x RJ45
1x HDMI Type A
(19-pin female)
--1 x 3.5mm Mono
1x 3.5mmMono
DB-9
1x 3.5mm Stereo
--1x 3.5mm Mono
DB-9
Thread-Locking
RS-232 Pin Configuration (DTE or DCE)
RS-232 Operation Mode (SERVICE/LINK)
Metal enclosure
6.25"x3.1"x1.3"
1.1 lbs.
24V DC, 1A
12W (max)
32–104°F
-4–140°F
20–90% RH (no condensation)
Product: CE, FCC, RoHS
Power Supply: CE, FCC, RoHS, UL
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8. CONTACTING TECH SUPPORT
Phone: 866. 838.5052
For SnapAV customers, snapav.com
For Aisle 8 customers, onaisle8.com
9. WARRANTY
2-Year Limited Warranty
This Binary Product has a 2-Year limited warranty. This warranty includes parts and labor
repairs on all components found to be defective in material or workmanship under normal
conditions of use. This warranty shall not apply to products that have been abused, modified or
disassembled. Products to be repaired under this warranty must be returned to a designated
service center with prior notification and an assigned return authorization number (RA).
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Rev: 160414-1120
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