DisplayPort to CAT5e Daisy Chain HD Extender Kit with RS - AV-iQ

DisplayPort to CAT5e Daisy
Chain HD Extender Kit
with RS-232 & IR
Installation Guide
Introduction
The DisplayPort to CAT5e Daisy Chain HD Extender Kit with
RS-232 & IR extends DisplayPort signal over one Cat5/6
cable up to 330ft and is cascade connection supported.
Features and Benefits
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Extend DisplayPort signals up to 100m over Cat5e/
6 cabling
Cascade receivers up to 10 layers
Supports video high resolution Full HD 1080p, 1920
x 1080@60Hz
Supports local DisplayPort and audio output
Metal housing with mounting mechanism
Package Contents
CE-DP0511-S1
04-0955A
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CE-DP0611-S1
Layout
Transmitter Unit (Tx)
Figure 1: Transmitter side panel
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DC 5V: DC 5V power jack. Plug the included power
adapter here
PWR: LED indicator for power status. On/Off when
the Transmitter is powered on/off
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LINK: LED indicator for link status. On when the
connection of Transmitter and Receiver is established
and detected
DP IN: DisplayPort signal input port. Connect this
port to your DisplayPort source device by using a
DisplayPort cable (not included)
DP OUT: DisplayPort signal output port. Connect
this port to a local DisplayPort display by using a
DisplayPort cable (not included)
: Audio output port. Connect to the a local
3.5mm audio speaker by using the included audio
cable
LINE : Signal output port, connected with Receiver's
LINE port by using a CAT X cable (not included)
IR: Connect to the included IR blaster cable
RS-232: RS-232 control port. Plug the included
3.5mm to RS-232 cable then an RS-232 cable here, if
needed
RESET: Use the fine end of any object to press and
hold the bottom to return to default settings
Receiver / Repeater Unit (Rx)
Figure 2: Receiver/Repeater side panel
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DC 5V: DC 5V power jack. Plug the included power
adapter here
IR: Connect to the included IR receiver cable
RESET: Use the fine end of any object to press and
hold the bottom to return to default settings
PWR: LED indicator for power status. On/Off when
the Receiver is powered on/off
LINK: LED indicator for link status. On when the
connection of Transmitter and Receiver/Repeater is
established and detected
RS-232: RS-232 control port. Plug the included
3.5mm to RS-232 cable then an RS-232 cable here, if
needed
DP OUT: DisplayPort signal output port. Connect
this port to the remote DisplayPort display by using
a DisplayPort cable (not included)
: Audio output port. Connect to the a remote
3.5mm audio speaker by using the included audio
cable
LINE 1-3: Signal input port, connected with
Transmitter's LINE port by using a CAT X cable (not
included).
Either one port is connected to the Transmitter unit,
the other two ports could be connected to other
Receivers/Repeaters for further signal extension or
expansion. See the Function Diagram section on
page 7-10 for more details
IR Extension Cables
To control the source device from Receiver's end:
1.
Plug the IR blaster cable to the Transmitter's IR
connector, then plug the IR receiver cable to the
Receiver's IR connector.
2.
Point your source device's remote control to the IR
receiver's eye, the command will be sent to
Transmitter end, and the connected source device
will enforce the command accordingly.
Figure 3a: IR blaster cable
Figure 3b: IR receiver cable
Hardware Installation
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Power off all devices, including the source device
and display.
Connect your DisplayPort source (such as a PC or
NB) to the transmitter's DP IN connector by using a
DisplayPort cable.
Connect the local DisplayPort display to Transmitter's
DP OUT.
source
device
local
display
Figure 4
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4.
Connect remote DisplayPort display (such as a LCD
TV) to the receiver's DP OUT connector.
output
display
Figure 5
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7.
Connect the IR blaster cable and IR receiver cable
to the Transmitter and Receiver's IR ports separately.
Skip this step if not needed.
Connect the two 3.5mm to RS-232 cables to the
Transmitter and Receiver's RS-232 ports separately.
Skip this step if RS-232 controlling is not needed.
Connect your CAT5/6 cable between the
Transmitter's and Receiver's LINE port. Make sure
the CAT5/6 LAN cable is securely connected.
remote
output
display
CAT5/
6 cable
source
device
local
output
display
Figure 6
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Each Receiver/Repeater can cascade-chainable to 2
more Receivers/Repeaters for further extending or
expanding . Skip this step if not needed.
Connect the speakers to the Transmitter and Receiver's
audio out
ports separately.
Skip this step if not needed.
10.
Plug the included power adapters into the DC 5V
power jack of the Transmitter and Receiver separately.
Power on the connected source device and
display(s), the Extender kit is ready for use.
Function Diagram
Basic connection
IR receiver
cable
(optional)
remote DP
display
IR blaster
cable
(optional)
2
DP
source
1
2
local DP
display
2
1
CAT. X cable
2
DisplayPort cable
Figure 7
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The extension distance through CAT. X cable is up
to 100 meters for one layer
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Advanced Connections
Daisy Chain Connection
DP
Display
2
DP
Display
Rx
2
1
Rx
DP
Display
2
1
1
Rx
DP
source
2
DP
Display
2
1
CAT. X cable
2
DisplayPort cable
Figure 8
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The extension distance through CAT. X cable is up
to 100 meters for one layer
Cascade Connection
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CAT. X cable
2
DisplayPort cable
DP
Display
2
1
Rx
DP
Display
2
1
Rx
DP
source
DP
Display
1
2
2
Tx
DP
Display
Rx
2
Figure 9
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Cascade receivers up to 10 layers; extension distance
through CAT. X cable up to 100 meters for one layer
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Gigabit Ethernet Switch Connection
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CAT. X cable
2
DisplayPort cable
2
1
Rx
Gigabit
switch
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DP
Display
1
1
Rx
1
Rx
2
DP
Display
1
Rx
1
Rx
Rx
1
2
DP
Display
Rx
Tx
2
DP
source
1
1
DP
Display
Rx
Rx
2
Figure 10: Used with Gigabit Ethernet switch
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Connect with the Gigabit Ethernet switch especially
when your Tx or Rx unit has only one signal input/
output port
The extension distance through CAT. X cable is up
to 100 meters for one layer
Technical Support and Warranty
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SIIG offers a 2-year manufacturer warranty with this product. This warranty
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defects in materials or workmanship for two (2) years from the date of
purchase of the product.
SIIG will, at our discretion, repair or replace (with an identical product or
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PRODUCT NAME
DisplayPort to CAT5e Daisy Chain HD Extender Kit
with RS-232 & IR
FCC RULES: TESTED TO COMPLY WITH FCC PART 15, CLASS
B OPERATING ENVIRONMENT: FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE
FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT:
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause
harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
THE PARTY RESPONSIBLE FOR PRODUCT COMPLIANCE
SIIG, Inc.
6078 Stewart Avenue
Fremont, CA 94538-3152, USA
Phone: 510-657-8688
DisplayPort to CAT5e Daisy Chain HD Extender Kit with RS-232 & IR is a trademark of SIIG, Inc. SIIG
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June, 2014
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