Three-Input HD Video Scaler
for HDMI and VGA Signals
AT-HD-SC-500
Atlona Manuals
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Version Information
Version
Release Date
Notes
6
04/17
New manual format
7
05/17
Added DispBtn command (only available when running firmware v1.3.30)
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Important Safety Information
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCT THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN ENCLOSURE OR EXPOSE
TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE REFER SERVICING TO
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sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or
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or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two
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replacement of the obsolete outlet.
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product.
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plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
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exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate
normally, or has been dropped.
FCC Statement
FCC Compliance and Advisory Statement: This hardware 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. This
equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a commercial installation.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed or used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures: 1) reorient or relocate the receiving antenna; 2) increase the separation between the equipment and the
receiver; 3) connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected;
4) consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Any changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. Where
shielded interface cables have been provided with the product or specified additional components or accessories
elsewhere defined to be used with the installation of the product, they must be used in order to ensure compliance
with FCC regulations.
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Table of Contents
Introduction9
Features9
Package Contents
9
Panel Description
10
Installation11
RS-232
11
Power11
Audio12
Connection Instructions
12
Connection Diagram
13
IP Configuration
14
Using the Front Panel
14
Using Commands
14
Using the Web GUI
15
Basic Operation
Selecting the Input
Adjusting the Output Volume
Auto Switching
Passing Analog Audio
16
16
16
17
17
Menu System
19
Accessing the On-Screen Display
19
Input Select
20
Input Resolution
20
Output Resolution
21
Picture Adjust
21
Aspect22
Overscan
23
Audio23
OSD
25
Control Settings
26
Others
28
Information30
Web GUI
31
Introduction to the Web GUI
31
Logging In
31
Menus32
Toggles33
Sliders33
Buttons34
Getting Information on the Switcher
34
Video Menu
35
Input35
Output
36
Audio Menu
37
Picture Menu
38
EDID Menu
39
Display Menu
40
CEC40
System Settings
41
TCP/IP Settings of Controlled Devices
42
RS-232 / IP Commands
43
RS-232 Menu
44
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Table of Contents
OSD Menu
Config Menu
Network Menu
45
46
47
Commands49
Appendix81
Updating the Firmware
81
Using the Web GUI
81
Using USB
82
Mounting Instructions
84
Default Settings
85
Specifications
87
Index89
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Introduction
The dual HDMI and VGA switcher w/scaler provides a multisystem solution. Use the HD-SC-500 as: a standalone 3
in 1 out switcher for small systems, an analog to digital video converter for systems with no VGA ports, and a scaler
for systems with displays that require specific resolutions. Supports scaling of video up to 1920x1200/1080p, VGA
conversion and audio embedding and de-embedding, the HD-SC-500 has a function in almost any system.
Features
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Scales incoming signals up to 1920x1200
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Three input, one output switcher
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Auto-switching (activated through RS-232 or webGUI)
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HDMI inputs support DVI and DisplayPort signals (with adaptors)
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Audio input for embedding audio onto video signals
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Control of brightness, contrast, saturation, hue, and sharpness
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Volume control
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Adjust treble and bass of audio output to ensure the best speaker performance
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Balanced, analog audio output for de-embedding audio to amplifiers or audio systems
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Control via RS-232, TCP/IP, webGUI, and OSD
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Ability to switch HDCP reporting between compliant and non-compliant
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Firmware upgradable for easy field service through USB or web GUI
Package Contents
1 x AT-HD-SC-500
1 x Phoenix terminal block, 5-pin (captive screw)
1 x Phoenix terminal block, 3-pin (captive screw)
1 x Phoenix terminal block, 2-pin (captive screw)
1 x 5V DC power supply
1 x Wall/table mount ears
1 x Installation Guide
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Panel Description
AT-HD-SC-500
INPUT
DISPLAY
Front
1
3
5
6 8
7 10
AT-HD-SC-500
INPUT
v
DISPLAY
v
FW
HDMI
VOL
HDMI IN 1
VGA IN
PW
1
VGA
2
AUDIO IN
Rear
HDMI
VOL
v
12 14
v
15
17
HDMI IN 1
VGA IN
PW
1
VGA
2
18
AUDIO IN
RS-232
FW
TX RX
L
DC 5V
LAN
R
AUDIO OUT
HDMI IN 2
HDMI OUT
RS-232
2
4
9 11
TX RX
L
13
16
R
HDMI OUT
HDMI IN 2
AUDIO OUT
LAN
DC 5V
1 INPUT
Press this button to select the desired input.
2 DISPLAY
Press this button to show the On-Screen Display
(OSD) and select items within the OSD.
3 VOL / UP CURSOR
Press this button to adjust the volume on the
connected display and to select items within the
OSD.
4 DOWN CURSOR
Press this button to scroll down within the OSD.
5 HDMI IN 1
Connect an HDMI cable from this port to an HD
source.
11 HDMI 2
This LED indicator will glow bright green when the
HDMI 2 port is selected.
12 FW
Connect a mini USB to USB-A type cable from this
port to a computer to update the firmware.
See Updating the Firmware (page 81) for more
information.
13 DC 5V
Connect the included 2-pin Phoenix block from this
connector to the 5V DC power supply.
14 LAN
Connect an Ethernet cable from this port to a Local
Area Network (LAN).
6 VGA IN
Connect a VGA cable from this port to a VGA source.
15 RS-232
Connect the included 3-pin Phoenix block from this
connector to an RS-232 device.
7 PW
This LED indicator will glow bright green when the
switcher is powered.
16 AUDIO OUT
Connect the included 5-pin Phoenix block from this
connector to an audio amplifier.
8 VGA
This LED indicator will glow bright green when the
VGA IN port is selected.
17 HDMI IN 2
Connect an HD source to this port.
9 AUDIO IN
Connect a 3.5mm mini-stereo audio cable, from an
analog audio source, to this port.
18 HDMI OUT
Connect an HDMI cable from this port to a display
(sink) device.
10 HDMI 1
This LED indicator will glow bright green when the
HDMI 1 port is selected.
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RS-232
The AT-HD-SC-500 provides RS-232 control between an automation system and an RS-232 device. This step is
optional.
1. Use wire strippers to remove a portion of the cable jacket.
2. Remove at least 3/16” (5 mm) from the insulation of the RX, TX, and GND wires.
3. Insert the TX, RX, and GND wires into correct terminal on the included Phoenix block. If using non-tinned
stranded wire, presss the orange tab, above the terminal, while inserting the exposed wire. Repeat this step for
the TX, RX, and GND connections.
TX
RX
GND
Power
Locate the included orange Phoenix terminal block and wire the included power supply to the block, as shown
below. Do not use high-torque devices, when securing the wires to the Phoenix terminal block, as this may damage
the screws and/or block.
1. Insert the wires into the correct terminal on the included Phoenix block, as shown below.
2. Tighten the screws to secure the wires. Do not use high-torque devices as this may damage the screws and/or
connector block.
White
5V DC
power supply
Black
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Audio
The AUDIO OUT connector on the AT-HD-SC-500 provides the connection of either balanced or unbalanced audio
outputs using XLR connectors. Use the included 5-pin Phoenix terminal block.
Balanced audio connections use two signal wires and a ground to minimize interference in audio signals. Unbalanced
audio connections use one signal wire and a ground and are used if system components don’t support balanced
signals.
1
2
1
3
2
3
+
-
+
GND
GND
Balanced
1
2
1
3
2
3
+
-
+
GND
GND
Unbalanced
Connection Instructions
1. Connect an HDMI cable between the HD source and the HDMI IN 1 port on the switcher.
2. Connect another HDMI cable between another HD source and the HDMI IN 2 port on the switcher.
3. Connect a VGA cable from a VGA source to the VGA IN port on the switcher.
4. Connect a 3.5 mm mini-stereo cable from the AUDIO IN port on the switcher to the analog audio source.
This port allows two-channel analog audio to be included when the VGA IN port is selected. See Passing Analog
Audio (page 17) for more information.
5. Connect an Ethernet cable, up to 330 feet (100 meters), from the LAN port on the switcher to a Local Area
Network (LAN).
IMPORTANT: If EZ RJ-45 connectors are being used to terminate Ethernet cable, make sure that
each twisted pair does not extend beyond the RJ-45 connector. Exposed twisted-pair wires may
cause a short when connected to the LAN port.
6. Connect an HDMI cable from the HDMI OUT port on the switcher to an HD display.
7. OPTIONAL: Connect an RS-232 device, such as a projector, to the RS-232 port on the switcher.
8. OPTIONAL: Connect an audio amplifier, or other audio output device, to the AUDIO OUT port on the switcher.
9. Connect the included 5V DC power supply to the DC 5V port.
10. Connect the power supply to an available AC outlet.
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Connection Diagram
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Installation
IP Configuration
The AT-HD-SC-500 is shipped with DHCP enabled. Once connected to a network, the DHCP server (if available),
will automatically assign an IP address to the unit. Use an IP scanner, along with the MAC address on the bottom of
the unit, to identify both the unit and its IP address on the network. If a static IP address is desired, the unit can be
switched to static IP mode. Use one of the following procedures to switch between DHCP and static IP mode.
The default static IP address of the AT-HD-SC-500 is 192.168.1.254.
Using the Front Panel
1. Make sure the AT-HD-SC-500 is powered.
2. Press and hold the INPUT button for approximately 15 seconds.
AT-HD-SC-500
INPUT
DISPLAY
HDMI
VOL
v
v
HDMI IN 1
VGA IN
PW
1
VGA
2
AUDIO IN
DISPLAY button
RS-232
FW
TX RX
3. Release the INPUT button once the DISPLAY button begins to flash. The number of flashes will indicate the
L
R
currently selected IP mode.
DC 5V
LAN
PW LED flashes
AUDIO OUT
HDMI IN 2
HDMI OUT
Description
Two
Static IP mode
Four
DHCP mode
Using Commands
Use the IPStatic and IPDHCP commands to switch between DHCP and IP mode through RS-232 or Telnet. Refer to
Commands (page 49), for more information. All commands and their arguments are case-sensitive.
•
Setting static IP mode
1. Connect to the AT-HD-SC-500 using RS-232 or Telnet.
2. At the command line, execute the IPDHCP command using the off argument, as shown.
IPDHCP off
3. Execute the IPStatic command. This command requires three arguments: the desired IP address of the
AT-HD-SC-500, the subnet mask, and the gateway address. All arguments must be entered in dot-decimal
notation. The following is an example:
IPStatic 192.168.1.112 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.1
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Setting DHCP mode
1. Connect to the AT-HD-SC-500 using RS-232 or Telnet.
2. At the command line, execute the IPDHCP command using the on argument, as shown. All characters are
case-sensitive.
IPDHCP on
Once DHCP is enabled, the unit will be assigned an IP address by the DHCP server (if present).
Using the Web GUI
The Network Menu (page 47) in the web GUI, allows the AT-HD-SC-500 to use either DHCP or static IP mode.
In order to access the web GUI, the IP address of the AT-HD-SC-500 must be known.
1. Open the desired web browser and enter the IP address of the AT-HD-SC-500.
2. Log in, using the required credentials. The factory-default username and password are listed below:
Username: root
Password: Atlona
3. Click the Network tab.
4. Click the IP Mode toggle to switch between the DHCP and STATIC IP setting.
When set to STATIC IP, the IP, Netmask, and Gateway fields can be modified.
5. Click the Save button to save the changes.
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Basic Operation
Selecting the Input
Press the INPUT button to cycle through each of the available inputs on the unit. The unit will always retain the last
selected input when the unit is powered-off.
1. Below, the HDMI 1 LED indicator is bright green, indicating that HDMI IN 1 is the active input. This is the default
port selection of the AT-HD-SC-500.
AT-HD-SC-500
INPUT
DISPLAY
HDMI
VOL
v
PW
1
VGA
2
AT-HD-SC-500
INPUT
v
HDMI IN 1
VGA IN
HDMI
VOL
PW
1
VGA
2
AUDIO IN
v
DISPLAY
RS-232
FW the INPUT button, to
2. Press
select HDMI IN 2. The HDMI 2 LED indicator will turn bright green.
TX RX
L
INPUT
DC 5V
DISPLAY
R
AT-HD-SC-500
FW
VOL
LAN
AUDIO OUT
HDMI IN 2
v
HDMI IN 1
VGA IN
AUDIO IN
RS-232
HDMI
TX RX
PW
HDMI OUT 1
VGA
v
VGA IN
HDMI IN 1
v
2
AUDIODC
IN5V
L
LAN
R
HDMI OUT
HDMI IN 2
AUDIO OUT
RS-232
FW
TX RX
3. Press the INPUT button a third time, to select the VGA IN port. The VGA LED indicator will turn bright green.
L
R
4. Press the INPUT button again to return to HDMI IN 1.
DC 5V
LAN
AUDIO OUT
HDMI IN 2
HDMI OUT
Adjusting the Output Volume
Press the VOL UP / DN buttons on the front panel of the AT-HD-SC-500 to control the output volume of the display
device. Output volume is displayed in decibels, and can be set from -32 dB to 0 dB.
Press the VOL UP button to increase the volume; press the VOL DN button to decrease the volume. Press and hold
these buttons to quickly scroll through the values.
Current volume (dB)
Press to increase volume
AT-HD-SC-500
INPUT
DISPLAY
HDMI
VOL
v
v
HDMI IN 1
1
VGA
2
AUDIO IN
RS-232
FW
TX RX
Volume: -12 dB
L
DC 5V
AT-HD-SC-500
VGA IN
PW
LAN
R
Press
to decrease volume
AUDIO OUT
HDMI IN 2
HDMI OUT
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Basic Operation
Volume control can also be managed over RS-232 or IP and can be configured using any of the following methods:
•
On-Screen Display (OSD). Refer to the Control Settings (page 26) menu for more information.
•
Web GUI. Refer to RS-232 Menu (page 44) for more information.
Auto Switching
Both products have auto-switching capability. The unit will automatically switch to the most recently-connected or
powered source when a source is disconnected. For example, if the connection sequence is HDMI 2 > HDMI 1 >
VGA, then disconnecting the source from HDMI 1 will result in the product automatically switching to the VGA port.
Auto-switching can be enabled or disabled using any one of the following methods:
•
On-Screen Display (OSD). Refer to the Others (page 28) menu for more information.
•
Web GUI. Refer to Introduction to the Web GUI (page 31) for more information.
•
RS-232 / IP commands. Refer to Commands (page 49) for more information.
Passing Analog Audio
The AT-HD-SC-500 can pass two-channel analog audio, by itself, or with a VGA signal. The signal is embedded on
the HDMI output.
1. Connect a 3.5 mm mini-stereo cable from the AUDIO IN port to the analog audio source.
2. OPTIONAL: Connect a VGA source to the VGA IN port.
3. Press the INPUT button until the VGA indicator turns bright green. This input must be selected in order to use
the AUDIO IN port.
AT-HD-SC-500
INPUT
DISPLAY
HDMI
VOL
v
PW
1
VGA
2
from analog audio source
v
HDMI IN 1
VGA IN
AUDIO IN
RS-232
FW
RX
NOTE: The analog audioTXinput
will not replace existing embedded HDMI audio. Audio is heard only
if the HDMI source has no audio. DVI to HDMI adapters can also be used when connecting DVI
L
R
sources to one of the HDMI
inputs, allowing the analog audio to be audible on the output.
DC 5V
AT-HD-SC-500
LAN
AUDIO OUT
HDMI IN 2
HDMI OUT
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Basic Operation
The example, below, shows a desktop PC providing both the audio and video source. However, these signals
may be connected to separate sources. The dotted line indicates that the video source is optional.
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Accessing the On-Screen Display
The AT-HD-SC-500 includes a built-in On-Screen Display (OSD) menu system to manage and control all video
features.
1. Press and hold the DISPLAY button, until the OSD is shown.
AT-HD-SC-500
INPUT
DISPLAY
HDMI
Main Menu
PW
1
VGA
2
Input Select
Input Resolution
Output Resolution
Picture Adjust
Aspect
Overscan
Audio
OSD
Control Settings
Others
Information
System Reset
Menu Exit
VOL
v
v
HDMI IN 1
VGA IN
AUDIO IN
RS-232
FW
TX RX
2. Release the DISPLAY button.
L
DC 5V
LAN
R
AUDIO OUT
HDMI IN 2
HDMI OUT
3. Press the VOL UP / VOL DN buttons to highlight the various menu options. The currently selected menu item
will be highlighted with a blue cursor bar. Press the VOL UP button to move the cursor up through the menu
system and press the VOL DN button to move down.
Cursor
AT-HD-SC-500
INPUT
VOL
DISPLAY
v
v
HDMI
HDMI IN 1
VGA IN
PW
1
VGA
2
AUDIO IN
RS-232
FW
TX RX
L
DC 5V
LAN
R
AUDIO OUT
HDMI IN 2
HDMI OUT
Main Menu
Input Select
Input Resolution
Output Resolution
Picture Adjust
Aspect
Overscan
Audio
OSD
Control Settings
Others
Information
System Reset
Menu Exit
4. Once the desired menu item is highlighted, press the DISPLAY button to access its settings.
AT-HD-SC-500
INPUT
DISPLAY
HDMI
VOL
v
v
HDMI IN 1
VGA IN
PW
1
VGA
2
AUDIO IN
FW
Within
the menu item,RS-232
the
current setting will always
TX
RX
be highlighted in green.
L
Aspect
Full
16:9TV
16:10TV
4:3 TV
Keep Ratio
Menu Back
R
In this illustration, the Aspect menu item indicates that Full is the
HDMI OUT
IN 2
AUDIO OUT
LAN
DC 5V
currently
selected
aspect
ratio HDMI
setting.
Refer
to Aspect (page 22) for
more information.
Current setting
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Input Select
Selects the desired input. This can also be done using the INPUT button on the front panel. Refer to Selecting the
Input (page 16) for more information.
1. Under the Main Menu, highlight the Input Select menu item using the VOL UP/DN buttons on the front panel.
2. Press the DISPLAY button.
3. The Input Select menu will be displayed.
4. Press the VOL UP/DN buttons to highlight the desired input.
Input Select
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
VGA
Menu Back
5. Press the DISPLAY button to confirm the selection.
6. Press the Menu Back option to return to the Main Menu.
Input Resolution
Selects the desired input resolution.
1. Under the Main Menu, highlight the Input Select menu item using the VOL UP/DN buttons on the front panel.
2. Press the DISPLAY button.
3. The Input Resolution menu will be displayed.
4. Press the VOL UP/DN buttons to highlight the desired input.
5. Press the DISPLAY button to confirm the selection and display the list of available input resolutions.
Input Resolution
Input Resolution
HDMI
VGA
Menu Back
800x600
1024x768
1280x720
1280x800
1366x768
1680x1050
1920x1080
1920x1200
Menu Back
6. Press the VOL UP/DN buttons to select the desired resolution.
7. Press the DISPLAY button to confirm the selection.
8. Press the Menu Back option to return to the Main Menu.
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Output Resolution
Selects the desired output resolution. The default output resolution is 720p (1280x720). The Output Resolution
menu consists of three pages.
1. Under the Main Menu, highlight the Output Resolution menu item using the VOL UP/DN buttons on the front
panel.
2. Press the DISPLAY button.
3. The Output Resolution menu will be displayed.
4. Press the VOL UP/DN buttons to highlight the desired resolution.
Output Resolution 1 of 3
800x600
1024x768
1280x720
1280x800
1280x1024
1366x768
1400x1050
1600x1200
1680x1050
1920x1200
720p25
720p29.97
5. Press the DISPLAY button to confirm the selection.
6. Select the Menu Back option, under Output Resolution 3 of 3, then press the DISPLAY button, to return to the
Main Menu.
Picture Adjust
Provides custom adjustment of picture brightness, contrast, saturation, hue, and color space.
1. Under the Main Menu, highlight the Output Resolution menu item using the VOL UP/DN buttons on the front
panel.
2. Press the DISPLAY button.
3. The Picture Adjust menu will be displayed.
4. Press the VOL UP/DN buttons to highlight the desired option.
Picture Adjust
Brightness
64
Contrast 64
Saturation
64
Hue64
Sharpness 32
Picture Reset
ColorSpace
RGB
Menu Back
5. Press the DISPLAY button to confirm the selection.
6. The current value will be highlighted in green and surrounded by brackets and two arrowheads.
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Picture Adjust
Brightness
Contrast
Saturation
Hue
Sharpness
Picture Reset
ColorSpace
Menu Back
64
[64
64
64
32
]
RGB
8. Press the VOL UP/DN buttons to select the desired value. Press the VOL UP button to increase the value; press
VOL DN to decrease the value.
9. Press the DISPLAY button to confirm the new vvalue.
10. Select the Menu Back option, then press the DISPLAY button, to return to the Main Menu.
Aspect
Allows the aspect ratio of the output image to be changed.
1. Under the Main Menu, highlight the Output Resolution menu item using the VOL UP/DN buttons on the front
panel.
2. Press the DISPLAY button.
3. The Aspect menu will be displayed.
4. Press the VOL UP/DN buttons to highlight the desired aspect ratio.
Aspect
Full
16:9TV
16:10TV
4:3 TV
Keep Ratio
Menu Back
Setting
Description
Full
The output signal will be scaled to fill the screen.
16:9 TV
The output signal will be scaled to fit as 16:9.
16:10 TV
The output signal will be scaled to fit as 16:10.
4:3 TV
Output signal will be set to 4:3. If the input is HD, approximately 35% of
the total horizontal resolution will be lost.
Keep Ratio
The input aspect ratio is preserved on the output.
5. Press the DISPLAY button to confirm the selection.
6. Select the Menu Back option, then press the DISPLAY button, to return to the Main Menu.
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Overscan
Adjusts the overscan setting of the output video signal. By default, overscan is disabled.
1. Under the Main Menu, highlight the Overscan menu item using the VOL UP/DN buttons on the front panel.
2. Press the DISPLAY button.
3. The Overscan menu will be displayed.
4. Press the VOL UP/DN buttons to highlight the Enable option.
5. Press the DISPLAY button to change the Enable value
Overscan
Overscan
Enable
H Size %
V Size %
Menu Back
[No
0
0
]
Enable
H Size %
V Size %
Menu Back
Yes
0
0
6. When overscan is enabled, the H Size % and V Size % fields can be adjusted. Press the VOL UP/DN buttons to
highlight the desired field.
7. Press the DISPLAY button to select the field.
8. Press the VOL UP/DN buttons to change the value. Press the VOL UP button to increase the value; press the
VOL DN button to decrease the value.
9. Press the DISPLAY button to confirm the change.
10. Highlight the Menu Back option, then press the DISPLAY button to return to the Main Menu.
Audio
The Audio menu allows adjustment of all audio settings.
1. Under the Main Menu, highlight the Audio menu item using the VOL UP/DN buttons on the front panel.
2. Press the DISPLAY button.
3. The Audio menu will be displayed.
Audio
Audio On Off
HDMI Audio
L R Audio
Treble
Bass
HDMI1 EBD. Aud
HDMI2 EBD. Aud
Menu Back
On
On
On
0
0
Auto
Auto
4. Press the VOL UP/DN buttons to highlight the desired option.
5. Press the DISPLAY button to confirm the selection.
6. The current value will be highlighted in green and surrounded by brackets and two arrowheads.
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Audio
Audio On Off
HDMI Audio
L R Audio
Treble
Bass
HDMI1 EBD. Aud
HDMI2 EBD. Aud
Menu Back
On
On
On
[+15
0
Auto
Auto
]
Setting
Description
Audio On Off
Provides muting of both HDMI and analog audio outputs. Set this value
to Off to mute all audio.
HDMI Audio
Controls the HDMI audio, only. Set to Off to mute the HDMI audio.
L R Audio
Toggles the analog audio output On or Off. Set to Off to mute the analog
audio output.
Treble
Sets the amount of treble on the audio output. Range is -12 to 15.
Bass
Sets the amount of bass on the audio output. Range is -12 to 15.
HDMI1 EBD. Aud
Selects the audio source to be embedded on HDMI 1.
• Auto - Automatically uses the analog audio input when using
DVI sources. When set to Auto, and an HDMI signal is used, the
output audio will be from the HDMI input signal.
• Digital - Uses audio from HDMI 1.
• Analog - Forces the analog audio input to be used and embeds
it on the HDMI output.
HDMI2 EBD. Aud
Selects the audio source to be embedded on HDMI 2.
• Auto - Automatically uses the analog audio input when using DVI
sources. If an HDMI signal is used, when set to Auto, the output
audio will be from the HDMI input signal.
• Digital - Uses audio from HDMI 2.
• Analog - Forces the analog audio input to be used and embeds
it on the HDMI output.
7. Press the VOL UP/DN buttons to select the desired value. Press the VOL UP button to increase the value; press
VOL DN to decrease the value.
8. Press the DISPLAY button to confirm the value.
9. Highlight the Menu Back option, then press the DISPLAY button to return to the Main Menu.
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OSD
Adjusts the appearance and position of the On-Screen Display (OSD) on the screen.
1. Under the Main Menu, highlight the Audio menu item using the VOL UP/DN buttons on the front panel.
2. Press the DISPLAY button.
3. The OSD menu will be displayed.
4. Press the VOL UP/DN buttons to highlight the desired option.
OSD
Position
Left Top
Transparency12
Info. Timer
10
Menu Timer
20
Info. Display Auto
BackgroundGrey
Menu Back
Setting
Description
Position
Sets the position of the OSD on the display. The following options are
available:
• Left Top
• Right Top
• Right Bottom
• Left Bottom
• Center
Transparency
Adjusts the transparency setting of the OSD.
• Range: 5 to 100
Info. Timer
The duration, in seconds, of how long the Display Info screen is
displayed.
• Range: 5 to 100
Menu Timer
The duration, in seconds, of how long the OSD remains on the screen,
after no activity.
• Range: 5 to 100
Info. Display
Adjusts the display settings of the Info Display screen, which indicates
the input and output resolution. Refer to the next page for an example of
the Info Display screen. The following options are available:
• Auto - Automatically displays the Info Display screen when a
change is made to the input or output signal. The screen will
automatically be hidden after approximately five seconds.
• Off - Prevents the Info Display screen from being displayed.
• On - The Info Display screen is always displayed.
Background
Sets the background color of the OSD. The following options are
available:
• Grey
• Cyan
• Magenta
• Yellow
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5. Press the DISPLAY button to confirm the selection.
6. The current value will be highlighted in green and surrounded by brackets and two arrowheads.
7. Press the VOL UP/DN buttons to change the value. For settings that contain a value, press the VOL UP button
to increase the value; press the VOL DN button to decrease the value.
OSD
Position
Left Top
Transparency [12
Info. Timer
10
Menu Timer
20
Info. Display Auto
BackgroundGrey
Menu Back
IN 720p60
OUT 1080p60
]
IN 720p60
OUT 1080p60
Info Display screen
8. Press the DISPLAY button to confirm the change.
9. Highlight the Menu Back option, then press the DISPLAY button to return to the Main Menu.
Control Settings
Adjusts the control settings.
1. Under the Main Menu, highlight the Control Settings menu item using the VOL UP/DN buttons on the front
panel.
2. Press the DISPLAY button.
3. The Control Settings menu will be displayed.
4. Press the VOL UP/DN buttons to highlight the desired option.
Control Settings
CEC
On
BTN Vol. Sel Audio Out
Auto Disp. On Off
Auto Disp. Off Off
Disp. Key LockOff
Cool Down Tmr 0
Auto Power Off 15
Warm Up Timer 0
Control Type RS-232
Feedback Vrfy.Off
Menu Back
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Setting
Description
CEC*
Enables or disables Consumer Electronics Control (CEC) command transmission
to the display (sink) device.
• On - Allows CEC commands to be transmitted over the HDMI cable to
the connected display (sink) device.
• Off - Prevents transmission of CEC commands.
* Consumer Electronics Control (CEC): Atlona has confirmed proper CEC functionality with several current models
of Samsung, Panasonic, and Sony displays. However, it is not guaranteed that CEC will work with all displays.
Many manufacturers do not support the CEC “off” command, and older displays use proprietary commands. Atlona
only supports displays that use the CEC command structure defined in HDMI 1.2a. It is recommended that dealers
request an evaluation product from Atlona, before designing a system using the CEC protocol. If this is not possible,
then other control methods will need to be considered, in order to control displays using Atlona products.
Setting
Description
BTN Vol. Sel
Sets the delivery method used by the VOL UP / DN buttons.
• Audio Out - Directly controls the output volume on the connected display
(sink) device.
• RS-232 - Volume commands are sent over RS-232, to the connected
display.
• IP - Volume commands are sent over IP, to the connected display.
Auto Disp. On
Sends the command to power-on the display when an A/V signal is detected. The
following options are available:
• On - Enables the feature.
• Off - Disables the feature.
Auto Disp. Off
Sends the command to power-off the display when an A/V signal is no longer
present. The following options are available:
• On - Enables the feature.
• Off - Disables the feature.
Disp. Key Lock
Allows the DISPLAY button to be locked, preventing accidental operation when
the product is in use. Define the time interval using the Warm Up Timer option,
below. The following options are available:
• On - Enables the feature.
• Off - Disables the feature.
Cool Down Tmr
Sets the cool-down interval, in seconds, before the projector can be poweredoff. During this time interval, the projector will not accept any commands until
the “power off” command has been processed, requiring the projector lamp to
complete the cool-down process.
• Range: 0 to 300
Auto Power Off
Sets the time interval, in seconds, between when the loss of A/V signal is
detected and when the “Display Off” command is sent.
• Range: 0 to 240
Warm Up Timer
Sets the time interval, in seconds, between when the display is powered-on and
when the DISPLAY button, on the front panel, will be locked.
• Range: 0 to 300
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Setting
Description
Control Type
Sets the control method for sending commands. The following options are
available:
• RS-232
• IP
• CEC
Feedback Vrfy.
Sets the feedback verification state. The following options are available:
• On - The AT-HD-SC-500 will make four attempts to send the command.
If the feedback string is not acknowledged after the fourth attempt, the
process will fail. Execute the SetCmdFB (page 72) command to set
the feedback string.
• Off - Sends the command and ignores the feedback string.
5. Press the DISPLAY button to confirm the selection.
6. The current value will be highlighted in green and surrounded by brackets and two arrowheads.
7. Press the VOL UP/DN buttons to change the value.
8. Press the DISPLAY button to confirm the change.
9. Highlight the Menu Back option, then press the DISPLAY button to return to the Main Menu.
Others
This menu provides control for various other settings, such as auto-switching, HDCP, and vertical mirroring.
1. Under the Main Menu, highlight the Others menu item using the VOL UP/DN buttons on the front panel.
2. Press the DISPLAY button.
3. The Others menu will be displayed.
4. Press the VOL UP/DN buttons to highlight the desired option.
Others
In Auto SwitchOn
VGA Auto Adj.
HDMI1 HDCP
Compliant
HDMI2 HDCP
Compliant
Mirror-V
Off
ASP BackgroundGrey
Menu Back
Setting
Description
In Auto Switch
Enables or disables auto-switching. The following options are available:
• On - Enables auto-switching.
• Off - Disables auto-switching.
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Setting
Description
VGA Auto Adj.
Centers the VGA signal by automatically This feature is only available when a
VGA source is connected to the switcher.
HDMI1 HDCP
Provides control over the transmission of HDCP content for HDMI 1.
The following options are available:
• Compliant - Forces detection of HDCP-compliant sink devices. If the
sink device is not HDCP-compliant, then no content will be transmitted.
• Noncompliant - Suppresses detection of HDCP-compliant sink devices,
allowing non-HDCP content to be transmitted.
• Auto - Automatically detects the presence of HDCP-compliant sink
devices. If an HDCP-compliant display is detected, then HDCP content
will be sent. Otherwise, non-HDCP content will be sent.
NOTE: Some source devices will enable HDCP if an HDCPcompliant display (sink) is detected. However, there may be
applications where sending HDCP content is not desired.
This feature does not provide decryption of HDCP content to
non-HDCP sink devices
HDMI2 HDCP
Provides control over the transmission of HDCP content for HDMI 2. Refer to
note, on the previous page. The following options are available:
• Compliant - Forces detection of HDCP-compliant sink devices. If the
sink device is not HDCP-compliant, then no content will be transmitted.
• Noncompliant - Suppresses detection of HDCP-compliant sink devices,
allowing non-HDCP content to be transmitted.
• Auto - Automatically detects the presence of HDCP-compliant sink
devices.
Mirror-V
Vertically flips the output signal. The default setting is Off. The following options
are available:
• On - Vertically flips the output image.
• Off - The output image is unaltered.
ASP Background
Changes the color of background bars when changing the aspect ratio of the
output image. The default color is Black. The following options are available:
• Black
• Grey
5. Press the DISPLAY button to confirm the selection.
6. The current value will be highlighted in green and surrounded by brackets and two arrowheads.
7. Press the VOL UP/DN buttons to change the value.
8. Press the DISPLAY button to confirm the change.
9. Highlight the Menu Back option, then press the DISPLAY button to return to the Main Menu.
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Information
The Information displays current information about the AT-HD-SC-500. None of the fields within the Information
menu can be edited.
1. Under the Main Menu, highlight the Information menu item using the VOL UP/DN buttons on the front panel.
2. Press the DISPLAY button.
3. The Information menu will be displayed.
Information
Source
Name
Product
HDMI Hdcp
Sink HDMI SHP
Model LC-55UB30U
Native1 3840x2160
Native2 None
IP Address 0.0.0.0
F W Version V1.3.10
Menu Back
Setting
Description
Source
The current input source that is displayed. The source will be displayed as
HDMI or VGA. If HDCP content is transmitted (HDMI only), then “Hdcp” will
be displayed.
Name
The name of the source, if available.
Product
The product name, if available.
Sink
Contains the manufacturer’s abbreviation of the sink.
Model
Displays the model of the display.
Native1
The native (preferred) timing for the display.
Native2
Displays any detailed (alternate) timing for the display.
IP Address
IP address of the display.
F W Version
Current version of firmware running on the switcher.
4. The Menu Back option will already be selected.
5. Press the DISPLAY button to return to the Main Menu.
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Web GUI
Introduction to the Web GUI
The AT-HD-SC-500 includes a built-in web GUI. Atlona recommends that the web GUI be used to control the
AT-HD-SC-500, as it provides intuitive management of all features.
The AT-HD-SC-500 is shipped with DHCP enabled. Once connected to a network, the DHCP server will
automatically assign an IP address to the unit. If a DHCP server is not available or if a static IP address is desired,
it can be assigned using the IPStatic (page 66) command or through the Network Menu (page 47) in the web
GUI. The default IP address of the AT-HD-SC-500 is 192.168.1.254.
Logging In
1. Launch a web browser.
2. In the address bar, type the IP address of the AT-HD-SC-500.
3. The Login page will be displayed.
4. Type root, using all lower-case characters, in the Username field. The username cannot be altered.
5. Type Atlona in the Password field. The password field is case-sensitive. When the password is entered, it will
be masked. The password can be changed through the Config Menu (page 46) of the web GUI.
6. Click the Submit button or press the ENTER key on the keyboard.
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7. The Info page will be displayed.
Menus
The dark-colored bar, near the top of the screen, is the menu bar. When the mouse is moved over each menu
element, it will be highlighted in light orange. Once the desired menu element is highlighted, click the left mouse
button to access the settings within the menu.
Menu bar
In this example, clicking Audio, in the menu bar, will display the Audio page.
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Toggles
Several settings within the Web GUI use toggles, which enable, disable, or assign one of two settings. In most
cases, when the toggle is blue, this means the feature is enabled. In addition, the toggle will be set to the ON or
ENABLED position. If a feature is disabled, then the toggle will appear gray and be labeled as OFF or DISABLED.
Toggles are also used to enable or access another set of controls within the Web GUI. For example, the Enable
toggle, for the Overscan setting, must be set to the ON position in order for the slider controls to be adjusted.
In some cases, the toggle will allow switching between two settings, such as the IP Mode setting, under the
Network menu. This toggle sets the AT-HD-SC-500 to either static or DHCP mode. Refer to Network Menu (page
47) for more information on this feature.
Sliders
Click and drag slider controls to change their value.
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Buttons
Buttons are used to execute an action or setting. Several pages within the Web GUI include a Save button. Clicking
the Save button will apply and save all settings in the current page. Other buttons, such as the Power command for
CEC (found under the Display page), will send the power-on or power-off command to the display.
Getting Information on the Switcher
After logging in, the Info page will be displayed. The Info page displays the model and firmware version of the
switcher. In addition, the active input, video format, and audio type are also reported. No fields can be edited on this
page. To access this page from any menu, click Info in the menu bar.
Setting
Description
Model Name
The model name of this switcher.
Software Version
The version of firmware that the AT-HD-SC-500 is running. Always make sure
to check the AT-HD-SC-500 product page, on the Atlona web site, for the latest
version of firmware.
Input Port
The active input port on the switcher.
Video Format
The video format of the input signal. If no input signal is detected, then No Signal
will appear in this field.
Audio Type
The audio format of the input signal. If no audio is available, this field will display
two dash symbols, as shown above.
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Video Menu
Input
Input Selection
Click this drop-down list to select the desired input.
VGA Adjust
In most situations, adjustment of the VGA signal should not necessary. However, if the VGA signal does not appear
correctly, click the Adjust button to automatically correct the clock and phase.
Auto Switch
Three controls are available under the Auto Switch feature.
•
Click the Auto Switch mode toggle to enable or disable auto-switching.
•
Click the Fallback Port drop-down list to select the fallback port. If the source is disconnected from the active
port, then the switcher can be configured to automatically switch to the desired port.
Click the Auto Switch mode toggle to enable or disable auto-switching.
•
Setting
Description
HDMI 1
Automatically switches to HDMI 1.
HDMI 2
Automatically switches to HDMI 2.
VGA
Automatically switches to VGA.
Previous
The switcher will return to the previous (last connected) input. If no
input is found, then it will attempt to switch to a ternary port.
Click the Fallback Time (Sec) drop-down list and select the time interval before the switcher attempts to search
for the next port. Range: 3 to 600.
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Output
Output Resolution
Click the Output Resolution drop-down list and select the desired resolution. The default resolution is 720p.
Output Resolutions
800x600p60
1600x1200p60
1280x720p59
1920x1080p25
1024x768p60
1680x1050p60
1280x720p60
1920x1080p29
1280x800p60
1920x1200pRB
1920x1080i50
1920x1080p30
1280x1024p60
1280x720p25
1920x1080i59
1920x1080p50
1366x768p60
1280x720p29
1920x1080i60
1920x1080p59
1400x1050p60
1280x720p30
1920x1080p23
1920x1080p60
1600x900p60
1280x720p50
1920x1080p24
NATIVE
Color Space
Click the Color Space drop-down list and select the desired color space.
Aspect
Click the Aspect drop-down list and select the desired aspect ratio.
Aspect Ratio
Description
Full
The input signal is adjusted to fill the screen.
16:9
Set the aspect ratio to 16:9; common aspect ratio for HD and widescreen
formats; also notated as 1:77.1
16:10
Set the aspect ratio to 16:10; typical aspect ratio for computer and tablet
displays.
4:3
Sets the aspect ratio to 4:3; if the input signal is 16:9 or 16:10, up to 30% of
the vertical resolution is lost.
Keep Ratio
The output aspect ratio is the same as the input.
Overscan
Adjust the overscan of the output signal. Before the overscan can be adjusted, click the Enable toggle to the ON
setting. Click and drag the slider controls to adjust the horizontal and vertical size. The Enable toggle must remain
in the ON position, in order for the overscan to be applied. To disable overscan, click the Enable toggle to the OFF
position.
Mirror-V
Click the Mirror-V toggle to the ON setting. Enabling this feature applies a vertical transformation (rotated 180°
about the x-axis) to the output signal.
ASP Background
Click this drop-down list to select the color of the bars that appear when viewing an image in “letterbox” format.
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Audio Menu
HDMI Audio
Click the drop-down list for HDMI 1 and HDMI 2 to select the input audio source used by each HDMI input.
Setting
Description
Auto
Automatically detects the audio source. If an HDMI cable with embedded audio is
connected, the system will use the digital audio on the HDMI cable. If a cable, which
does not support audio (such as a DVI cable) is connected to the HDMI port, then the
analog audio from the AUDIO IN port will be used.
Digital
The HDMI audio will be used as the source.
Analog
The analog source, connected to the AUDIO IN port, will be used.
Mute
Click this toggle to the OFF position to mute all audio on the output.
HDMI Audio
Click this toggle to the OFF position to mute only the HDMI audio.
L/R Audio
Click this toggle to the OFF position to mute all audio on the output.
Volume
Click and drag this slider bar to adjust the audio volume. Range: -80 to 6.
Output Bass
Click and drag this slider bar to adjust the bass of the audio output. Range: -15 to 15.
Output Treble
Click and drag this slider bar to adjust the treble of the audio output. Range: -15 to 15.
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Picture Menu
Brightness
Adjusts the brightness setting of the output signal. Range: 0 - 128
Contrast
Adjusts the contrast setting of the output signal. Contrast is the difference between the lightest and darkest area of
an image. Range: 0 - 128
Saturation
Adjusts the color saturation of the output signal. Range: 0 - 128
Hue
Adjusts the hue of the output signal. Range: 0 - 128
Sharpness
Adjusts the sharpness of the output signal. Range: 0 - 128
Reset all Picture
Click this button to reset the above picture settings to their factory-default settings.
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EDID Menu
HDMI Perfer Timing
Sets the preferred timing for the HDMI input.
VGA Prefer Timing
Sets the preferred timing for the VGA input.
HDMI1 HDCP
Provides control over the transmission of HDCP content for HDMI 1. The following options are available:
•
Compliant - Forces detection of HDCP-compliant sink devices. If the sink device is not HDCP-compliant, then
no content will be transmitted.
•
Noncompliant - Suppresses detection of HDCP-compliant sink devices, allowing non-HDCP content to be
transmitted.
•
Auto - Automatically detects the presence of HDCP-compliant sink devices. If an HDCP-compliant display is
detected, then HDCP content will be sent. Otherwise, non-HDCP content will be sent.
HDMI2 HDCP
Provides control over the transmission of HDCP content for HDMI 2. The following options are available:
•
Compliant - Forces detection of HDCP-compliant sink devices. If the sink device is not HDCP-compliant, then
no content will be transmitted.
•
Noncompliant - Suppresses detection of HDCP-compliant sink devices, allowing non-HDCP content to be
transmitted.
•
Auto - Automatically detects the presence of HDCP-compliant sink devices. If an HDCP-compliant display is
detected, then HDCP content will be sent. Otherwise, non-HDCP content will be sent.
NOTE: The HDCP control feature does not provide decryption of HDCP content to non-HDCP sink
devices.
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Display Menu
CEC
CEC Command
Click the ON button to send the power-on command to the display device. Click the OFF button to toggle the power
state to off.
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System Settings
Display Auto Power On
Sends the command to power-on the display when an A/V signal is detected. Click the toggle to enable or disable
this feature.
Display Auto Power Off
Sends the command to power-off the display when an A/V signal is no longer present. Click the toggle to enable or
disable this feature.
Power Button Lock
Allows the DISPLAY button, on the front panel, to be locked, preventing accidental operation when the product is in
use. Define the time interval, before the button is locked, in the Display Warm Up field.
Lamp Cool Down Timer
Sets the cool-down interval, in seconds, before the projector can be powered-off. During this time interval, the
projector will not accept any commands until the “power off” command has been processed and the projector lamp
has completed the cool-down cycle. Range: 0 to 300.
Display Warm Up Timer
Sets the time interval, in seconds, between when the display is powered on and when the DISPLAY button, on the
front panel, will be locked. Range: 0 to 300.
Auto Power Off Timer
Sets the time interval, in seconds, between when the loss of A/V signal is detected and when the “Display Off”
command is sent.
Control Type
Sets the control method for sending commands. The following options are available: RS-232, IP, CEC.
Setting
Description
RS-232
RS-232 is used to send commands.
IP
Commands are sent over IP.
CEC
Uses CEC to send commands.
Feedback Verify
Sets the feedback verification state. Click the toggle to enable or disable this feature. The following options are
available.
Setting
Description
On
The AT-HD-SC-500 will make four attempt to send the command,
if the feedback string is not acknowledged. After the fourth attempt,
the process will fail. Execute the SetCmdFB (page 72) command
to set the feedback string.
Off
Sends the command and ignores the feedback string.
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Display Mode
Click this drop-down list to select the display mode.
Setting
Description
DispSW AVon
Display switches on/off, source audio/video signal always on.
DispSW AVSW
Display switches on/off, source audio/video signal switches on/off.
AV SW
Display is always on, source audio/video signal switches on/off
Volume / Mute
Click this drop-down list to select the control method for volume and muting.
Setting
Description
Audio Out
Volume and mute buttons will control volume level of the output.
RS-232
Volume/Mute buttons will send the commands using RS-232 to
compatible extenders and displays.
IP
Volume/Mute buttons will send the commands over Ethernet using
the LAN connection.
TCP/IP Settings of Controlled Devices
IP Mode
Click this drop-down list to select the control method for volume and muting.
Setting
Description
Non-login
Does not require a username and password when using TCP/IP to
control the display.
RS-232
Requires a username and password to control the display through
TCP/IP.
IP Address
Enter the IP address of the display in this field.
Port
Enter the listening port of the device in this field.
Username
Enter the username for login.
Password
Enter the password for login.
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RS-232 / IP Commands
Send Mode
Click this toggle to set how the commands will be sent to the display. Range: ASCII or Hex.
ON/OFF/Volume+/Volume-/Mute
These are the available operations that can be performed on the display.
•
Set command
Enter the command in this field.
•
Feedback
Enter the feedback string in this field.
•
CR-LF
Click this drop-down list to select the desired end-of-line characters to be sent.
Setting
Description
None
No end-of-line characters included
CR
Carriage return
LF
Line feed
CR-LF
Carriage return + Line feed
Space
Space character
STX
Start-of-text character
ETX
End-of-text character
Null
Null character (binary zero)
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RS-232 Menu
Baud rate
Sets the baud rate for the AT-HD-SC-500. The following options are available: 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 28800,
57600, 115200.
Data bit
Sets the number of data bits used to represent each character of data. The following options are available: 5, 6, 7,
8, 9.
Parity
Sets the parity bit, which can be included with each character to detect errors during the transmission of data. The
following options are available: None, Odd, or Even.
Setting
Description
None
No parity; error detection is handled by RS-232 protocol.
Odd
Party will be set to 1 if, for a given set of bits, the count is odd.
Even
Party will be set to 1 if, for a given set of bits, the count is even.
Stop bit
Sets the stop bit. Stop bits are sent at the end of each character, allowing the client to detect the end of a character
stream. The following options are available: 1 or 2.
Save
Click this button to save all changes to the RS-232 settings.
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OSD Menu
Position
Sets the position of the OSD on the display. The following options are available. Left Top, Right Top, Right Bottom,
Left Bottom, Center.
Transparency
Adjusts the transparency setting of the OSD. Range: 5 to 100.
Info Timer
The duration, in seconds, of how long the Display Info screen is displayed.
Menu Timer
The duration, in seconds, of how long the OSD remains on the screen after no activity.
Info. Display
Adjusts the display settings of the Info Display screen, which indicates the input and output resolution. The following
options are available:
Setting
Description
Auto
Automatically displays the Info Display screen when a change is
made to the input or output signal. The screen will automatically be
hidden after approximately five seconds.
Off
Prevents the Info Display screen from being displayed.
On
The Info Display screen is always displayed.
Background
Sets the background color of the OSD. The following options are available: Grey, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow.
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Config Menu
Old Username
This field cannot be changed. “root” is the administrator user.
Old Password
Enter the current password for the “root” username in this field. The default password is “Atlona”.
New Username
This field cannot be changed.
Save
Click this button to save all changes.
New Password
Enter the new password fro the “root” username in this field.
Confirm New Password
Verify the new password by retyping it in this field.
All User Login Settings
•
Username
Displays the username.
•
Password
Displays the password for the associated username.
•
Edit
Click the Add button, in this column, to edit the username and password in the row.
•
Del
Click the Remove button to delete the user in the row. This button will only be available if a username and
password have been created.
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Network Menu
IP Mode
Click this toggle to set the IP mode of the AT-HD-SC-500. By default, the AT-HD-SC-500 is set to DHCP mode.
IP
Enter the IP address of the AT-HD-SC-500 in this field. This field will only be available if IP Mode is set to STATIC IP.
Netmask
Enter the subnet mask in this field. This field will only be available if IP Mode is set to STATIC IP.
Gateway
Enter the gateway (router) address in this field. This field will only be available if IP Mode is set to STATIC IP.
Telnet Port
Enter the Telnet port in this field.
Telnet Login Mode
Click this toggle to set the login mode to ON or OFF. If this feature is set to on, then the AT-HD-SC-500 will prompt
for both the username and password. Use the same credentials as the web GUI.
Telnet Timeout
Click this drop-down list to select the timeout interval, in seconds, before the Telnet connection is automatically
closed after no activity.
Broadcast
By default, broadcast mode is set to off. When set to on, changes in the web GUI will also be affected on the control
system (if connected), via TCP/IP. To separate control between web GUI and Telnet, set this feature off.
Factory Default
Sets the AT-HD-SC-500 to factory-default settings.
Choose File
Click this button to select the firmware file, when upgrading the firmware on the AT-HD-SC-500.
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Save
Click this button to save all changes to the network settings.
Update
Click this button to begin the upgrade procedure. Refer to Updating the Firmware (page 81) for more information.
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Commands
The following tables provide an alphabetical list of commands available on the AT-HD-SC-500. All commands are
case-sensitive and must be entered as documented.
Command
Description
AnaGain
Sets the gain of the analog audio input
ASPBGRND
Sets the matte color for the bars used in viewing letterbox formats
Aspect
Sets the aspect ratio of the output signal
ASwOutTime
Sets period of time after loss of signal before auto switching to the selected
fallback input
ASwPrePort
Sets the default fallback input for auto-switching
AudioSrc
Set audio source for the HDMI inputs
AutoDispOff
Enables / disables display auto-off
AutoDispOn
Enables / disables display auto-on
AutoPwrMode
Set the display mode for auto power on and off
AutoSW
Enable/Disable auto switching or display auto switching status
Bass
Increases / decreases the amount of bass on the output
Broadcast
Enables / disables broadcast mode
BRT
Sets the picture brightness
BTNVol
Defines the behavior of the VOL+, VOL-, and MUTE buttons
CliIPAddr
Sets the IP address of the Telnet client
CliMode
Sets the login mode of the Telnet client
CliPass
Sets the password for the Telnet client
CliPort
Sets the listening port for the Telnet client
CliUser
Sets the username for the Telnet client
CMDFMT
Sets the display format for commands
CSpara
Sets the baud rate, data bits, stop bits, and parity for the serial device
CtlType
Sets the communication protocol used to send the on/off command
CTRST
Sets the picture contrast
DisWarmUp
Sets the Display power-on time interval when locking the DISPLAY button
DispBtn
Simulates pressing the DISPLAY button on the front panel
Down
Scrolls the cursor down on position in the OSD
HDCPSet1
Sets the HDCP reporting mode for HDMI IN 1
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Command
Description
HDCPSet2
Sets the HDCP reporting mode for HDMI IN 2
HDMIAUD
Enables / disables audio on the HDMI output
Help
Displays the list of available commands
HUE
Sets the picture hue
HZoom
Sets the horizonal zoom (overscan) for the output image
INFOOSD
Enables / disables the OSD info screen
INFOTMR
Sets the time interval for the info screen before it is hidden
Input
Sets the active input
IPAddUser
Adds a user for Telnet control
IPCFG
Displays the current network settings for the AT-HD-SC-500
IPDelUser
Deletes the specified Telnet user
IPDHCP
Enables / disables DHCP mode on the AT-HD-SC-500
IPLogin
Enables / disables login credentials when starting a Telnet session
IPPort
Sets the Telnet listening port for the AT-HD-SC-500
IPQuit
Terminates the Telnet session
IPStatic
Sets the static IP address, subnet mask, and gateway for the AT-HD-SC-500
IPTimeout
Specifies the time interval of inactivity before the Telnet session is closed
LampCool
Sets the cool-down interval before the projector can be powered-off
Lock
Locks the buttons on the front panel
LRAUD
Enables / disables the L/R audio output
MENUTMR
Specifies the time interval of inactivity before the OSD menu is hidden
MirrorV
Vertically mirrors the video
Mreset
Resets the AT-HD-SC-500 to factory-default settings
OSD
Sets the location of the OSD menu on the screen
OSDAlpha
Sets the transparency of the OSD menu
OSDBGRND
Sets the background color of the OSD menu
PicReset
Resets all picture settings
PTIMGHDMI
Sets the preferred HDMI input timing
PTIMGVGA
Sets the preferred VGA input timing
PWLock
Locks / unlocks the DISPLAY key on the front panel
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Command
Description
QOSD
Exits the OSD menu
RAtlMac
Displays the MAC address of the AT-HD-SC-500
SATRT
Sets the picture color saturation
Select
Confirms the selection in the OSD
SetCmd
Assigns an RS-232 or IP command to the specified button on the front panel
SetCmdFB
Sets the feedback string for the specified command key
SetCS
Sets the output color space
SetEnd
Sets the end-character of the specified command
SetOff
Sets the time period to place the unit in standby
SHARP
Sets the picture sharpness
System
Displays system information about the AT-HD-SC-500
Treble
Increases / decreases the treble on the output
TrigCEC
Triggers the stored CEC command
TrigIP
Triggers the stored IP commands to the Telnet client
TrigRS
Triggers the stored command from RS-232 or IP
UARTPara
Sets the baud rate, data bits, parity, and stop bits for the serial port
Unlock
Unlocks the buttons on the front panel
Up
Scrolls up the cursor, in the OSD menu, one position
Version
Displays the current firmware version of the AT-HD-SC-500
VGAAuto
Automatically adjusts the clock and phase of the VGA signal
VidOutRes
Sets the video output resolution
VOUT1
Increases / decreases the audio volume
VOUTMute1
Mutes / unmutes the audio
VOUTOSD
Enables / disables the volume bar in the OSD
VZoom
Adjusts the vertical zoom (overscan) of the output image
x1$
Enables / disables the HDMI video output
Zoom
Enables / disables overscan
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AnaGain
Sets the gain of the analog input.
Syntax
AnaGain X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Audio gain
0 ... 16
Example
AnaGain 1
Feedback
AnaGain 1
ASPBGRND
Sets the matte color when viewing an image that has been processed in “letterbox” format. The default setting is
grey.
Syntax
ASPBGRND X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Matte color
0 = Grey
1 = Black
Example
ASPBGRND 1
Feedback
ASPBGRND 1
Aspect
Sets the aspect ratio of the output signal. The default setting is Full.
Syntax
Aspect X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Aspect ratio
0 = Full
1 = 16:9
2 = 16:10
3 = 4:3
4 = Keep Ratio
Example
Aspect 1
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Aspect 1
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ASwOutTime
Sets the time interval after loss of signal occurs, before automatically switching to the selected fallback input.
Execute the ASwPrePort command to set the fallback input.
Syntax
ASwOutTime X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Time (in seconds)
1 ... 600
Example
ASwOutTime 15
Feedback
ASwOutTime 15
ASwPrePort
Sets the fallback input when auto-switching is enabled. Use the sta argument to return the current fallback input.
To always return the AT-HD-SC-500 to the last active input, use the Prev argument.
Syntax
ASwPrePort X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Port
HDMI1, HDMI2, VGA, Prev, sta
Example
ASwPrePort HDMI1
Feedback
ASwPrePort HDMI1
AudioSrc
Sets the audio source for the each HDMI input. Parameter X specifies the HDMI port. Parameter Y specifies the type
of audio that will be used.
Syntax
AudioSrcX Y
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Port
HDMI1, HDMI2, VGA, Prev, sta
Y
Audio type
auto = Automatically selects the audio type
dig = Digital audio only
ana = Analog audio from the AUDIO IN port is
embedded on the output.
Example
AudioSrc1 ana
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AudioSrc1 ana
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Commands
AutoDispOff
Sends the command to power-off the display when an A/V signal is no longer present. Use the on argument to
enable this feature. Use the sta argument to return the current AutoDispOff setting.
Syntax
AutoDispOff X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
on, off, sta
Example
AutoDispOff on
Feedback
AutoDispOff on
AutoDispOn
Sends the command to power-on the display when an A/V signal is detected. Use the on argument to enable this
feature. Use the sta argument to return the current AutoDispOff setting.
Syntax
AutoDispOn X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
on, off, sta
Example
AutoDispOn on
Feedback
AutoDispOn on
AutoPwrMode
Sets the display mode for auto-power on and off.
Syntax
AutoPwrMode X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
DISPAVON, DISPAVSW, AVSW, sta
Example
AutoPwrMode DISPAVON
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AutoPwrMode DISPAVON
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AutoSW
Enables / disables auto switching or display auto switching status.
Syntax
AutoSW X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
on, off, sta
Example
AutoSW on
Feedback
AutoSW on
Bass
Increases / decreases the amount of bass on the output. In addition to specifying an integer value, the + and arguments can be used, by themselves, to increase or decrease the bass by 1 value, respectively.
Syntax
Bass X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
-12 ... 15, sta
Example
Bass -5
Bass +
Feedback
Bass -5
Bass -4
Broadcast
Enables / disables broadcast mode. By default, broadcast mode is set to off. When set to on, changes in the web
GUI will also be affected on the control system (if connected), via TCP/IP. To separate control between web GUI and
Telnet, set this feature off. on = enables broadcast mode; off = disables broadcast mode; sta = displays the current
Broadcast setting.
Syntax
Broadcast X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
on, off, sta
Example
Broadcast on
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Broadcast on
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BRT
Sets the picture brightness. Use the sta argument to display the current brightness setting.
Syntax
BRT X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
0 ... 100, sta
Example
BRT 60
Feedback
BRT 60
BTNVol
Defines the behavior of the VOL+, VOL-, and MUTE buttons, on the front panel. AudOut = buttons will control
volume level of the output, RS232 = buttons will send the commands using RS-232 to compatible extenders and
displays, IP = buttons will send the commands over Ethernet using the LAN connection, sta = displays the current
BTNVol setting.
Syntax
BTNVol X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
AudOut, RS232, IP, sta
Example
BTNVol RS232
Feedback
BTNVol RS232
CliIPAddr
Sets the IP address of the Telnet client. The IP address must be specified in dot-decimal notation. Use the sta
argument to display the IP address of the Telnet client. DHCP must be disabled before using this command. Refer
to the IPDHCP (page 64) command for more information.
Syntax
CliIPAddr X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
IP address
0 ... 255 (per byte)
Example
CliIPAddr 192.168.1.61
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CliIPAddr 192.168.1.61
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CliMode
Sets the login mode of the Telnet client. login = requires login credentials, non-login = no login credentials required,
sta = displays the current CliMode setting.
Syntax
CliMode X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
login, non-login, sta
Example
CliMode login
Feedback
CliMode login
CliPass
Sets the password for the Telnet client. Execute the CliPass command without arguments to display the current
password. The default password is Atlona.
Syntax
CliPass X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Password
20 characters (max)
Example
CliPass R3ind33r
Feedback
CliPass R3ind33r
CliPort
Sets the listening port for the Telnet client. Use the sta argument to display the current listening port. The default
port is 23.
Syntax
CliPort X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Port
0 ... 65535
Example
CliPort 30
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CliPort 30
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CliUser
Sets the username for the Telnet client. Execute the CliUser command without arguments to display the current
username.
Syntax
CliUser X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Username
20 characters (max)
Example
CliUser BigBoss
Feedback
CliUser BigBoss
CMDFMT
Sets the display format for commands. ascii = ASCII format, hex = hexadecimal format, sta = displays the current
command format.
Syntax
CMDFMT X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Format
ascii, hex, sta
Example
CMDFMT ascii
Feedback
CMDFMT ascii
CSpara
Sets the baud rate, data bits, parity bit, and stop bits for the serial device. Use the sta argument to display the
current serial port settings. Each argument must be separated by a comma; no spaces are permitted. Brackets
must be used when executing this command.
Syntax
CSpara[W,X,Y,Z]
Parameter
Description
Range
W
Baud rate
2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200
X
Data bits
7, 8
Y
Parity bit
None, Odd, Even
Z
Stop bits
1, 2
Example
CSpara[115200,8,0,1]
CSpara[sta]
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CSpara[115200,8,0,1]
CSpara [115200,8,0,1]
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CtlType
Sets the communication protocol used to send the on/off command. rs232 = command set over rs232, IP =
command sent over IP, CEC = command sent using CEC, sta = displays the current CtrlType setting.
Syntax
CtrlType X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Protocol
rs232, IP, CEC, sta
Example
CtrlType IP
Feedback
CtrlType IP
CTRST
Sets the picture contrast. Use the sta argument to display the current contrast setting.
Syntax
CTRST X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Contrast
0 ... 100, sta
Example
CTRST 65
Feedback
CTRST 65
DisWarmUp
Sets the time interval, in seconds, between when the display is powered on and when the DISPLAY button, on the
front panel, will be locked. Use the sta argument to display the current time interval.
Syntax
DisWarmUp X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Time interval
0 ... 300, sta
Example
DisWarmUp 120
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DisWarmUp 120
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Commands
DispBtn
Simulates pressing the DISPLAY button on the front panel, activating the display mode and RS-232/CEC/IP display
control commands. On = simulates pressing the DISPLAY button to the “on” state, Off = simulates pressing the
DISPLAY button to the “off” state, Tog = reverses the current state of the DISPLAY button, Sta = displays the current
DispBtn setting.
Syntax
DispBtn X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Setting
On, Off, Tog, Sta
Example
DispBtn on
Feedback
DispBtn on
Down
Scrolls down the cursor, in the OSD menu, one position.
Syntax
Down
This command does not require any parameters
Example
Down
Feedback
Down
HDCPSet1
Set the HDCP reporting mode of the HDMI IN 1 port. Some computers will send HDCP content if an HDCPcompliant display is detected. Setting this value to off, will force the computer to ignore detection of HDCPcompliant displays. Disabling this feature will not decrypt HDCP content. on = enables HDCP detection; off =
disables HDCP detection; sta = displays the current HDCPSet1 setting.
Syntax
HDCPSet1 X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
on, off, sta
Example
HDCPSet1 on
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HDCPSet1 on
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Commands
HDCPSet2
Set the HDCP reporting mode of the HDMI IN 2 port and performs the same type of function as the HDCPSet1
command. on = enables HDCP detection; off = disables HDCP detection; sta = displays the current HDCPSet2
setting.
Syntax
HDCPSet2 X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
on, off, sta
Example
HDCPSet2 off
Feedback
HDCPSet2 off
HDMIAUD
Enables / disables audio on the HDMI output. on = enables HDMI audio output; off = disables HDMI audio output;
sta = displays the current HDMIAUD setting.
Syntax
HDMIAUD
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
on, off, sta
Example
HDMIAUD off
Feedback
HDMIAUD off
Help
Displays the list of available commands. To obtain help on a specific command, enter the Help command followed
by the name of the command.
Syntax
Help X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Command name
Optional
Example
Help
AT-HD-SC-500
Feedback
Command List
----------------Help
IPCFG
...
CliIPAddr
CliPort
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Commands
HUE
Sets the picture hue. Use the sta argument to display the current HUE value.
Syntax
HUE X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
0 ... 100, sta
Example
HUE 40
Feedback
HUE 40
HZoom
Set the horizontal zoom for the output image. Use the sta argument to display the current HZoom value.
Syntax
HZoom X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
0 ... 50, sta
Example
HZoom 10
Feedback
HZoom 10
INFOOSD
Enables / disables the OSD info screen. on = info screen always on, off = info screen is off, auto = info screen is
displayed when a resolution change is made, then is automatically hidden, sta = displays the current INFOOSD
setting.
Syntax
INFOOSD X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
on, off, sta
Example
INFOOSD on
AT-HD-SC-500
Feedback
INFOOSD on
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Commands
INFOTMR
Sets the time interval (in seconds) of the info screen, before it is hidden. Use the sta argument to display the current
INFOTMR value.
Syntax
INFOTMR X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Time interval
5 ... 100, sta
Example
INFOTMR 60
Feedback
INFOTMR 60
Input
Sets the active input. Use the sta argument to display the currently active input.
Syntax
Input X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Input
HDMI 1, HDMI 2, VGA, sta
Example
Input HDMI 2
Feedback
Input HDMI 2
IPAddUser
Adds a user for Telnet control. This command performs the same function as adding a user within the Config page
of the web GUI. Refer to Config Menu (page 46) for more information.
Syntax
IPAddUser X Y
Parameter
Description
Range
X
User name
20 characters (max)
Y
Password
20 characters (max)
Example
IPAddUser BigBoss b055man
AT-HD-SC-500
Feedback
IPAddUser BigBoss b055man
TCP/IP user was added
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Commands
IPCFG
Displays the current network settings for the AT-HD-SC-500.
Syntax
IPCFG
This command does not require any parameters
Example
IPCFG
Feedback
IP Addr : 192.168.1.38
Netmask : 255.255.255.0
Gateway : 192.168.1.1
Telnet Port: 23
Http Port: 80
IPDelUser
Deletes the specified TCP/IP user. This command performs the same function as removing a user within the Config
page of the web GUI. Refer to the Config Menu (page 46) for more information.
Syntax
IPDelUser X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
User
User name
Example
IPDelUser BigBoss
Feedback
IPDelUser BigBoss
TCP/IP user was deleted
IPDHCP
Enables / disables DHCP mode on the AT-HD-SC-500. on = enables DHCP mode; off = disables DHCP mode;
sta = displays the current IPDHCP setting. If this feature is disabled, then a static IP address must be specified for
the AT-HDR-M2C. Refer to the IPStatic (page 66) command for more information.
Syntax
IPDHCP X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
on, off, sta
Example
IPDHCP on
AT-HD-SC-500
Feedback
IPDHCP on
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Commands
IPLogin
Enables / disables the use of login credentials when starting a Telnet session on the AT-HD-SC-500. If this feature is
set to on, then the AT-HD-SC-500 will prompt for both the username and password. Use the same credentials as the
web GUI. on = login credentials required; off = no login required; sta = displays the current IPLogin setting.
Syntax
IPLogin X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
on, off, sta
Example
IPLogin off
Feedback
IPLogin off
IPPort
Sets the Telnet listening port for the AT-HD-SC-500. Use the sta argument to display the current port setting.
Syntax
IPPort X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Port
0 ... 65535, sta
Example
IPPort 23
Feedback
IPPort 23
IPQuit
Terminates the Telnet session.
Syntax
IPQuit X
This command does not require any parameters
Example
IPQuit
AT-HD-SC-500
Feedback
IPQuit
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Commands
IPStatic
Sets the static IP address, subnet mask, and gateway (router) address of the AT-HDR-M2C. Before using this
command, DHCP must be disabled on the AT-HDR-M2C. Refer to the IPDHCP (page 64) command for more
information. Each argument must be entered in dot-decimal notation and separated by a space. The default static
IP address is 192.168.1.254.
Syntax
IPStatic X Y Z
Parameter
Description
Range
X
IP address
0 ... 255 (per byte)
Y
Subnet mask
0 ... 255 (per byte)
Z
Gateway (router)
0 ... 255 (per byte)
Example
IPStatic 192.168.1.112 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.1
Feedback
IPStatic 192.168.1.112 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.1
IPTimeout
Specifies the time interval of inactivity before the Telnet session is automatically closed.
Syntax
IPTimeout X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Interval (in seconds)
0 ... 60000
Example
IPTimeout 300
Feedback
IPTimeout 300
LampCool
Sets the cool-down interval, in seconds, before the projector can be powered-off. During this time interval, the
projector will not accept any commands until the “power off” command has been processed and the projector lamp
has completed the cool-down cycle. Use the sta argument to display the current port setting.
Syntax
LampCool X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Interval (in seconds)
0 ... 300, sta
Example
LampCool 120
AT-HD-SC-500
Feedback
LampCool 120
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Commands
Lock
Locks the buttons on the front panel. This function is useful to prevent accidental activation of the front-panel
buttons in a busy environment. Use the Unlock (page 76) command to unlock the button on the front panel.
Syntax
Lock
This command does not require any parameters
Example
Lock
Feedback
Lock
LRAUD
Enables / disables the L/R audio output. on = enables L/R audio out, off = disables L/R audio out, sta = displays the
current LRAUD setting.
Syntax
LRAUD X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
on, off, sta
Example
LRAUD off
Feedback
LRAUD off
MENUTMR
Sets the time interval before the OSD menu system is automatically hidden after no activity. Use the sta argument to
display the current MENUTMR setting.
Syntax
MENUTMR X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Interval (in seconds)
5 ... 100, sta
Example
MENUTMR 60
AT-HD-SC-500
Feedback
MENUTMR 60
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Commands
MirrorV
Vertically mirrors the video. on = enables vertical mirroring, off = disables vertical mirroring, sta = displays the current
MirrorV setting.
Syntax
MirrorV
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
on, off, sta
Example
MirrorV on
Feedback
MirrorV on
Mreset
Resets the AT-HD-SC-500 to factory-default settings.
Syntax
MReset
This command does not require any parameters
Example
Mreset
Feedback
Mreset
OSD
Sets the location of the OSD menu on the screen. 0 = Left-Top, 1 = Right-Top, 2 = Right-Bottom, 3 = Left-Bottom,
4 = Center, sta = displays the current OSD setting.
Syntax
OSD X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Position
0 ... 4, sta
Example
OSD 2
AT-HD-SC-500
Feedback
OSD 2
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Commands
OSDAlpha
Sets the transparency of the OSD menu. Use the sta argument to display the current OSDAlpha setting.
Syntax
OSDAlpha X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Opacity
0 ... 15, sta
Example
OSDAlpha 2
Feedback
OSDAlpha 2
OSDBGRND
Sets the background color of the OSD menu. 0 = grey, 1 = cyan, 2 = magenta, 3 = yellow, sta = displays the current
OSDBGRND setting.
Syntax
OSDBGRND X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Color
0 ... 3, sta
Example
OSDBGRND 2
Feedback
OSDBGRND 2
PicReset
Resets all picture settings.
Syntax
PicReset
This command does not require any parameters
Example
PicReset
AT-HD-SC-500
Feedback
PicReset
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Commands
PTIMGHDMI
Sets the preferred HDMI input timing. This setting is applied to both HDMI IN 1 and HDMI IN 2 ports. Use the sta
argument to display the current PTIMGHDMI setting.
Syntax
PicReset
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Timing
0 ... 7, sta
Preferred Timing List
0 = 800 x 600
1 = 1024 x 768
2 = 1280 x 720
3 = 1280 x 800
4 = 1366 x 768
5 = 1680 x 1050
6 = 1920 x 1080
7 = 1920 x 1200
PTIMGVGA
Sets the preferred VGA input timing. Use the sta argument to display the current PTIMGVGA setting.
Syntax
PTIMGVGA X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Timing
0 ... 7, sta
Example
PTIMGVGA 3
Feedback
PTIMGVGA 3
PWLock
Locks / unlocks the DISPLAY key on the front panel. on = enables DISPLAY lock, off = disables DISPLAY lock
button, sta = displays the current PWLock setting.
Syntax
PWLock
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
on, off, sta
Example
PWLock on
AT-HD-SC-500
Feedback
PWLock on
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QOSD
Exits the OSD menu.
Syntax
QOSD
This command does not require any parameters
Example
QOSD
Feedback
QOSD
RAtlMac
Displays the MAC address of the AT-HDR-M2C.
Syntax
RAtlMac
This command does not require any parameters
Example
RAtlMac
Feedback
b8-98-b0-01-21-7c
SATRT
Sets the picture color saturation value. Use the sta argument to display the current SATRT setting.
Syntax
SATRT X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Saturation
0 ... 100, sta
Example
SATRT 50
AT-HD-SC-500
Feedback
SATRT 50
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Commands
Select
Confirms the current selection in the OSD. Use the Up (page 77) and Down (page 60) commands to select
(highlight) the desired option within the OSD.
Syntax
Select
This command does not require any parameters
Example
Select
Feedback
Select
SetCmd
Assigns an RS-232 or IP command to the specified button on the front panel.
Syntax
SetCmd X[Y]
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Button
on, off, vol+, vol-, mute
Y
Command
Command string
Example
SetCmd mute[Select]
Feedback
SetCmd mute[Select]
SetCmdFB
Sets the feedback string for the specified command key.
Syntax
SetCmdFB X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Feedback string
Feedback string
Example
SetCmdFB mute[Selected]
AT-HD-SC-500
Feedback
SetCmdFB mute[Selected]
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SetCS
Sets the output color space. 0 = RGB, 1 = YUV, sta = displays the current SetCS setting.
Syntax
SetCS
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Color space
0, 1, sta
Example
SetCS 0
Feedback
SetCS 0
SetEnd
Sets the end-character of the specified command. Refer to the RS-232 / IP Commands (page 43) section for more
information.
Syntax
SetEnd X[Y]
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Command
on, off, vol+, vol-, mute, fbkon, fbkoff, fbkmute
Y
EOL character
None, CR, LF, CR-LF, Space, STX, ETX, null
Example
SetEnd off[CR-LF]
Feedback
SetEnd off[CR-LF]
SetOff
Sets the time period (in seconds) to place the unit in standby. Use the sta argument to display the current SetOff
setting.
Syntax
SetOff X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Time interval
5 ... 240, sta
Example
SetOff 60
AT-HD-SC-500
Feedback
SetOff 60
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Commands
SHARP
Sets the picture sharpness.
Syntax
SHARP X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Sharpness
0 ... 100, sta
Example
SHARP 70
Feedback
SHARP 70
System
Displays system information about the AT-HD-SC-500. The sta argument must be specified.
Syntax
System X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Status
sta
Example
System sta
AT-HD-SC-500
Feedback
Model: AT-HD-SC-500
MAC Addr: b8-98-b0-01-21-7c
Address Type: DHCP
Netmask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 10.0.1.1
HTTP Port: 80
Telnet Port: 23
Firmware: 1.3.10
On/Up Time(dd HH:mm:ss): 0 4:57:29
Power Status: PWON
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Treble
Increases / decreases the amount of treble. In addition to specifying an integer value, the + and - arguments can be
used, by themselves, to increase or decrease the amount of treble by 1 value, respectively. To display the current
value, use the sta argument.
Syntax
TREBLE1 X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
-12 ... 15, sta
Example
Treble 7
Treble -
Feedback
Treble 7
Treble 6
TrigCEC
Triggers the stored CEC command.
Syntax
TrigCEC X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
on, off, vol+, vol-, mute
Example
TrigCEC on
Feedback
TrigCEC on
TrigIP
Trigger the stored IP commands to the Telnet client.
Syntax
TrigIP X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
on, off, vol+, vol-, mute
Example
TrigIP vol+
AT-HD-SC-500
Feedback
TrigIP vol+
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TrigRS
Triggers the stored commands from RS-232 or IP.
Syntax
TrigRS X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
on, off, vol+, vol-, mute
Example
TrigRS mute
Feedback
TrigRS mute
UARTPara
Sets the baud rate, data bits, parity, and stop bits for the serial port. Each argument must be separated by a comma
with no spaces.
Syntax
UARTPara X
Parameter
Description
Range
W
Baud rate
2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200
X
Data bits
7, 8
Y
Parity bit
0, 1, 2 (None, Odd, Even)
Z
Stop bits
1, 2
Example
UARTPara 115200,8,0,1
Feedback
UARTPara setting ok!
Unlock
Unlocks the buttons on the front panel. Use the Lock (page 67) command to lock the buttons on the front panel.
Syntax
Unlock
This command does not require any parameters
Example
Unlock
AT-HD-SC-500
Feedback
Unlock
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Up
Scrolls up the cursor, in the OSD menu, one position.
Syntax
Up
This command does not require any parameters
Example
Up
Feedback
Up
Version
Displays the current firmware version of the AT-HD-SC-500.
Syntax
Version
This command does not require any parameters
Example
Version
Feedback
1.3.10
VGAAuto
Executes the VGA auto-adjust. This command automatically adjusts the phase and clock of the VGA signal. A VGA
display must be connected to the AT-HD-SC-500 when executing this command. Otherwise, the command will fail.
Syntax
VGAAuto
This command does not require any parameters
Example
VGAAuto
AT-HD-SC-500
Feedback
VGAAuto
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VidOutRes
Sets the video output resolution. Use the sta argument to display the current video output resolution.
Syntax
VidOutRes
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
0 ... 27, sta
Output Resolution List
0 = 800x600p60
1 = 1024x768p60
2 = 1280x800p60
3 = 1280x1024p60
4 = 1366x768p60
5 = 1400x1050p60
6 = 1600x900p60
7 = 1600x1200p60
8 = 1680x1050p60
9 = 1920x1200pRB
10 = 1280x720p25
11 = 1280x720p29
12 = 1280x720p30
13 = 1280x720p50
Example
VidOutRes 26
14 = 1280x720p59
15 = 1280x720p60
16 = 1920x1080i50
17 = 1920x1080i59
18 = 1920x1080i60
19 = 1920x1080p23
20 = 1920x1080p24
21 = 1920x1080p25
22 = 1920x1080p29
23 = 1920x1080p30
24 = 1920x1080p50
25 = 1920x1080p59
26 = 1920x1080p60
27 = NATIVE
Feedback
VidOutRes 26
VOUT1
Increases / decreases the audio output volume. In addition to specifying an integer value, the + and - arguments can
be used, by themselves, to increase or decrease the volume by 1 value, respectively. To display the current value,
execute the VOUT1 command without any arguments.
Syntax
VOUT1
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
-80 ... 6
Example
VOUT1 4
VOUT1 +
AT-HD-SC-500
Feedback
VOUT1 4
VOUT1 5
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VOUTMute1
Mutes / unmutes the audio. on = enables muting; off = disables muting; sta = displays the current VOUTMute1
setting.
Syntax
VOUTMute1 X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
on, off, sta
Example
VOUTMute1 on
Feedback
VOUTMute1 on
VOUTOSD
Enables / disables the volume bar in the OSD. on = displays volume bar; off = hides volume bar; sta = displays the
current VOUTOSD setting.
Syntax
VOUTOSD X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
on, off, sta
Example
VOUTOSD on
Feedback
VOUTOSD off
VZoom
Adjusts the vertical zoom (overscan) of the output image. Use the sta argument to display the current VZoom setting.
Syntax
VZoom X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
0 ... 50, sta
Example
VZoom 10
AT-HD-SC-500
Feedback
VZoom 10
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x1$
Enables / disables the HDMI video output. on = enables HDMI output, off = disables HDMI output, sta = displays
the current x1$ setting.
Syntax
x1$ X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
on, off, sta
Example
x1$ off
Feedback
x1$ off
Zoom
Enables / disables overscan. on = enables overscan; off = disables overscan; sta = displays the current Zoom
setting.
Syntax
Zoom X
Parameter
Description
Range
X
Value
on, off, sta
Example
Zoom on
AT-HD-SC-500
Feedback
Zoom off
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Updating the Firmware
Updating the firmware can be completed using either the USB interface or the web GUI. Atlona recommends
using the web GUI for updating the firmware. However, If a network connection is not available, the AT-HD-SC-500
firmware can be updated using a USB-A to USB mini-B cable.
Using the Web GUI
Requirements
•
•
•
AT-HD-SC-500
Firmware file
Computer
1. Connect an Ethernet cable from the computer, containing the firmware, to the same network where the AT-HDSC-500 is connected.
2. Go to the Network Menu (page 47) in the web GUI.
Choose File button
3. Click the Choose File button, under the Firmware Update section.
4. Browse to the location of the firmware file, select it, and click the Open button.
5. Click the Update button.
6. The following dialog will be displayed.
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7. Click the OK button to begin the firmware update process. Click the Cancel button to cancel the process.
8. The update process will take approximately 60 seconds and will automatically reboot the AT-HD-SC-500.
9. After the firmware update process is complete, the Login screen will be displayed.
Using USB
Requirements
•
•
•
•
AT-HD-SC-500
Firmware file: HDSC-500-FW-[version].BIN
Computer running Windows
USB-A to USB mini-B cable
INPUT
VOL
DISPLAY
v
AT-HD-SC-500
HDMI
PW
1. Disconnect power from the AT-HD-SC-500.
1
VGA
2
2. Connect the USB-A to USB mini-B cable from the computer to the FW port on the AT-HD-SC-500.
v
HDMI IN 1
VGA IN
AUDIO IN
FW port
RS-232
FW
TX RX
L
DC 5V
LAN
R
AUDIO OUT
HDMI IN 2
HDMI OUT
3. Press and hold the DISPLAY key, on the front panel, while connecting power to the AT-HD-SC-500.
AT-HD-SC-500
INPUT
DISPLAY
HDMI
VOL
v
v
HDMI IN 1
VGA IN
PW
1
VGA
2
AUDIO IN
RS-232
FW
TX RX
L
AT-HD-SC-500
R
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4. The USB UPDATE folder will be displayed.
If this folder is not displayed, automatically, select the USB UPDATE drive from Windows Explorer.
7. Delete all files from the USB UPDATE drive, if any are present.
8. Drag-and-drop the HDSC-500-FW-[version].BIN firmware file to the drive.
9. After the file has been copied, disconnect the USB cable from both the computer and the AT-HD-SC-500.
10. Power-cycle the AT-HD-SC-500 by disconnecting then reconnecting the power supply.
11. The firmware update process is complete.
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Mounting Instructions
The AT-HD-SC-500 includes two mounting brackets,
which can be used to attach the unit to any flat surface.
Use the enclosure screws, on the sides of the unit to
attach the mounting brackets.
1. Using a small Phillips screwdriver, remove the four
screws from the left side of the enclosure.
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below, aligning the holes on the side of the enclosure
with one set of holes on the mounting bracket.
NOTE: Mounting brackets can also be
inverted to mount the unit under a table or
other flat surface.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 to attach the second mounting
bracket to the opposite side of the unit.
4. Mount the unit to a flat surface using the oval-shaped
holes, on each mounting bracket. If using a drywall
surface, a #6 drywall screw is recommended.
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Default Settings
The following tables list the factory-default settings for the AT-HD-SC-500.
Feature
Settings
Video
Input Selection
Auto Switch mode
Fallback Port
Fallback Time (Sec)
Output Resolution
Color Space
Aspect
Overscan
Mirror-V
ASP Background
HDMI 1
ON
Previous
5
1280x720p60
RGB
Full
Off
Off
Grey
Audio
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
Mute
HDMI Audio
L/R Audio
Output Volume
Output Bass
Output Treble
Auto
Auto
OFF
On
On
-10
0
0
Picture
Brightness
Contrast
Saturation
Hue
Sharpness
64
64
64
64
32
EDID
HDMI Preferred Timing
VGA Preferred Timing
HDMI1 HDCP
HDMI2 HDCP
1280x800
1280x800
compliant
compliant
Display
Display Power On
Display Power Off
Power Button Lock
Lamp cool down timer (sec)
Display Warm Up Timer (sec)
Auto Power Off Timer (sec)
Control Type
Feedback Verify
Display Mode
Volume / Mute
IP Mode
IP Address
Port
Username
Password
Send Mode
DISABLED
DISABLED
DISABLED
0
0
15
RS-232
OFF
DispSW AVon
AudOut
Non-Login
0.0.0.0
23
root
Atlona
ASCII
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Feature
Settings
System
IP Mode
Static IP Address (default)
Netmask
Gateway
Telnet Port
Telnet Login Mode
Telnet Timeout
Broadcast
DHCP
192.168.1.254
255.255.255.0
192.168.1.1
23
Off
120 (seconds)
On
RS-232
Baud Rate
Data Bit
Parity
Stop bit
115200
8
None
1
OSD
Position
Transparency
Info. Timer
Menu Timer
Info. Display
Background
Left-Top
12
10
20
Auto
Grey
Network
IP Mode
IP
Netmask
Gateway
Telnet Port
Telnet Login Mode
Telnet Timeout
Broadcast
DHCP
assigned by DHCP server
255.255.255.0
assigned by DHCP server
23
Off
120
On
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Specifications
Video
HD/SD Resolutions (input)
1080p@23.98/24/25/29.97/30/50/59.94/60Hz, 1080i@50/59.94/60Hz,
720p@50/59.94/60Hz, 576p, 576i, 480p, 480i, 1920×1200, 1680×1050,
1600×1200, 1600×900, 1440×900, 1400×1050, 1366×768, 1360×768,
1280×1024, 1280×800, 1280×768, 1152×864, 1024×768, 800×600, 640×480
HD/SD Resolutions (output)
1080p@23.98/24/25/29.97/30/50/59.94/60Hz, 1080i@50/59.94/60,
720p@25/29.97/30/50/59.94/60, 1920×1200, 1680×1050, 1600×1200, 1600×900,
1400×1050, 1366×768, 1280×1024, 1280×800, 1024×768, 800×600
Color Space
YUV, RGB
Chroma Subsampling
4:4:4, 4:2:2
Color Depth
8-bit, 10-bit, 12-bit
Audio
Analog In
3.5mm stereo jack, -10 dBu nominal input
Analog Out
Balanced, +4 dBu nominal analog output. Max output +18 dBu (only from 2Ch
PCM sources)
HDMI IN / OUT
PCM 2Ch, LPCM 5.1, LPCM 7.1, Dolby® Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby
TrueHD, DTS® 5.1, DTS-HD Master Audio™, DTS:X™, Dolby Atmos®
Sample Rate
32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz, 96 kHz, 176.4 kHz, 192 kHz
Bit Rate
24-bit (max.)
Resolution / Distance
Feet
Meters
HDMI IN/OUT @ 1080p
30
10
Signal
Bandwidth
6.75 Gbps
CEC
Yes
HDCP
Switchable – Compliant/Non-compliant
Temperature
Fahrenheit
Celsius
Operating
32 to 122
0 to 50
Storage
-4 to 140
-20 to 60
Humidity (RH)
20% to 90%, non-condensing
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Power
Consumption
10.4 W
Supply
Input: 100 - 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Output: 5 V DC, 3.6 A
Dimensions
Inches
Millimeters
HxWxD
1.5 x 5 x 4.02
38 x 127 x 102
Weight
Pounds
Kilograms
Unit
0.60
0.27
Certification
Power Supply
CE, TUV, RCM, RoHS, FCC
Product
CE, FCC
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Index
A
Aspect ratio 22, 36
Audio
embedding 24
muting 37, 79
passing analog audio 17
settings 23
Auto switching 17
B
Bass
adjusting 37
Brightness 21, 38
C
CEC
compatibility 27
ON/OFF 40
Color space 21, 36
Commands
AnaGain 52
ASPBGRND 52
Aspect 52
ASwOutTime 53
ASwPrePort 53
AudioSrc 53
AutoDispOff 54
AutoDispOn 54
AutoPwrMode 54
AutoSW 55
Bass 55
Broadcast 55
BRT 56
BTNVol 56
CliIPAddr 56
CliMode 57
CliPass 57
CliPort 57
CliUser 58
CMDFMT 58
CSpara 58
CtrlType 59
CTRST 59
DispBtn 60
DisWarmUp 59, 60
Down 60
HDCPSet1 60
HDCPSet2 61
HDMIAUD 61
Help 61
HUE 62
HZoom 62
INFOOSD 62
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INFOTMR 63
Input 63
IPAddUser 63
IPCFG 64
IPDelUser 64
IPDHCP 64
IPLogin 65
IPPort 65
IPQuit 65
IPStatic 66
IPTimeout 66
LampCool 66
Lock 67
LRAUD 67
MENUTMR 67
MirrorV 68
Mreset 68
OSD 68
OSDAlpha 69
OSDBGRND 69
PicReset 69
PTIMGHDMI 70
PTIMGVGA 70
PWLock 70
QOSD 71
RAtlMac 71
SATRT 71
Select 72
SetCmd 72
SetCmdFB 72
SetCS 73
SetEnd 73
SetOff 73
SHARP 74
System 74
Treble 75
TrigCEC 75
TrigIP 75
TrigRS 76
UARTPara 76
Unlock 76
Up 77
Version 77
VGAAuto 77
VidOutRes 78
VOUT1 78
VOUTMute1 79
VOUTOSD 79
VZoom 79
x1$ 80
Zoom 80
Configuration
IP. See IP configuration
Connection
diagram 11
instructions 11
Contents
package 9
Contrast 21, 38, 59
Customer support 3
D
Default settings 85
DHCP 31, 47, 64
Display volume
adjusting 16
F
FCC statement 6
Features 9
Firmware
updating 81
G
Gateway 47
H
HDCP
settings 39
Hue 21, 38, 62
I
Information
displaying 30
Input
selecting 16, 20
Installation 11
IP address
default 31, 66
IP configuration
using commands 14
using the front panel 14
using the web GUI 15
M
Mounting instructions 84
Muting
audio 37, 79
O
Operating notes 3
OSD
displaying 19
settings 25
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Index
Output volume
adjusting 78
Overscan
adjusting 23, 36, 79, 80
P
Password
setting 46
Perferred timing
HDMI 39
Picture
settings 21
Power
connector 11
Preferred timing
VGA 39
U
Users
adding 46, 63
editing 46
removing 46, 64
V
VGA
signal adjustment 35
Volume
adjusting 16, 78
output, adjusting 37
W
Warranty 4
R
Reset
factory-default 47, 68
Resolution
input 20
output 21, 36, 78
RS-232
baud rate 44
data bits 44
parity bit 44
stop bit 44
S
Safety information 6
Saturation 21, 38
Sharpness 38, 74
Specifications 87
Static IP 31, 47, 66
Subnet mask 47
Switching
auto 17, 35
T
Telnet
listening port 47
login mode 47
timeout 47
Timer
auto power-off 41
display warm-up 41
lamp cool down 41
Treble
adjusting 37
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