4K HDR Four-Input HDMI Switcher with Auto

4K HDR Four-Input HDMI Switcher
with Auto-Switching and Return
Optical Audio
AT-JUNO-451
User Manual
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Table of Contents
1. Introduction................................................................................................... 3
2. Package Contents
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3. Features................................................................................................... 3
4. Mounting................................................................................................... 3
5. Panel Descriptions
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6. ARC................................................................................................... 4
7. Captive Screw
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8. Remote Control
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9. WebGUI................................................................................................... 6-9
10. RS-232 & TCP/IP
a. Terminal................................................................................................... 10
b. Connection................................................................................................... 10
c. Commands................................................................................................... 11
d. IP Commands
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11. Connection Diagram
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12. Specifications
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13. Safety................................................................................................... 15
14. Warranty................................................................................................... 16-17
15. Registration
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Introduction
The Atlona JunoX™ 451 (AT-JUNO-451) is a 4x1 HDMI switcher for high dynamic range (HDR)
formats. It is HDCP 2.2 compliant and supports 4K/UHD video @ 60 Hz with 4:4:4 chroma
sampling, as well as HDMI data rates up to 18 Gbps. The JunoX 451 is ideal for residential
applications with the latest as well as emerging 4K/UHD and HDR sources and displays. It is
compatible with all video resolutions, audio formats, and color space formats supported in the
HDMI 2.0a specification, plus the ability to pass metadata for HDR content. The JunoX 451 includes
EDID management features and automatic input switching. It also supports the HDMI Audio Return
Channel for receiving digital audio from a television, and includes a TOSLINK digital audio output
for sending this audio to an AV receiver or soundbar. This JunoX Series HDMI switcher can be
controlled via Ethernet, RS-232, and IR. A handheld IR remote control is included.
Package Content
AT-UHD-HDVS-300-TX
• 1 x Unit
• 1 x Female captive screw connector
5 pin: RS-232 and IR IN
• 2 x Mounting plates
• 4 x Rubber feet
• 4 x Screws
• 1 x IR remote control
• 1 x Installation guide
Features
• 4 input, 1 output HDMI switcher
• Passes resolutions up to 4K@60Hz 4:4:4, including HDR
• ARC capable from compatible displays
• Auto switching using both Hot Plug Detect and video detecting technology
• Flexible control options using IR, front panel, RS-232, TCP/IP, webGUI, or AMS
• Easy firmware updating using USB, webGUI, or AMS
• Multiple EDID options using internal, pass through, or learned EDIDs
• HDCP 2.2 compliant
Mounting
The JunoX comes with mounting brackets that can be used to affix the unit to a table, desk, etc.
Circular holes
will always be
attached to the
unit.
Larger oval
hole will be
attached to
the wall/table.
Mounting bracket x 2
To affix the mounting brackets to the unit, use the four included screws. The bracket can be
affixed with the oval holes pointing to the bottom (for against the wall - picture A) or the oval holes
facing the top (for under tables - picture B).
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Panel Descriptions
1
INPUT
1
2
3
2
3
4
POWER
INPUT
FW
4
JUNOXTM
AT-JUNO-451
RX TX
1
2
HDMI IN
3
5
4
HDMI OUT
OPTICAL
6
7
S
RS-232
IR IN
LAN
DC 5V
9
10
8
1. INPUT LEDs - LED will illuminate to display the currently selected input
2. POWER button - Turns switcher on or places the unit in standby mode
3. INPUT button - Use to switch between inputs
4. FW port: Firmware update port, connect a mini USB to USB A cable to a computer
Firmware is downloadable through http://www.atlona.com/product/AT-JUNO-451/
5. HDMI IN - Connect HDMI sources to these ports
6. HDMI OUT - Connect HDMI display to this port
7. OPTICAL port - Connect audio cable here for output to an AVR
8. RS-232 / IR IN - Connect to 3rd party control system for control
9. LAN port - Connect network switch or router here for Ethernet, TCP/IP, or webGUI control
10. DC 5V port - Connect included 5V power supply
Audio Return Channel (ARC)
ARC enables a source connected to a display to route audio back to the
switcher and send the de-embedded audio out the S/PDIF output.
Steps
1. Check to be sure the display supports ARC
2. Enable ARC on the HDMI output of the switcher through RS-232
(command ARC on), TCP/IP, or webGUI
3. Connect the HDMI output port of the switcher to the ARC labeled
input port on the display
Note: The switcher must be connected to the display’s HDMI ARC input
Note: Works well with audio from ARC enabled smart televisions
4. Connect the source to a non ARC HDMI input port on the display
5. Connect the S/PDIF port to an AVR or Zone Amp
S/PDIF audio loop-out
HDMI
INPUT
1
Game Console
2
POWER
3
INPUT
FW
4
JUNOXTM
AT-JUNO-451
RX TX
1
HDMI IN
3
4
HDMI OUT
OPTICAL
RS-232
IR IN
LAN
DC 5V
Bidirectional HDMI ARC signal
HDMI
Audio loop-out
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Captive Screw
The captive screw connectors allow you to cut cables to a suitable length, reducing cable clutter
while providing a more reliable connection.
Connecting
When connecting the cables to the female captive screw connector it is important that the wires be
terminated correctly. The female captive screw connector has a contact plate at the top and must
have the wires touching it for signal to pass. When wired correctly (see picture A) the signal will pass,
incorrectly (see picture B) no signal will pass.
A
The captive screw connectors have
a contact bar that is adjusted to
compress the wire against the top
contact plate. Use the screws at the
top of the connector to compress
the wire against the contact plate.
B
1
Counter
Clockwise
Clockwise
Turn the screws clockwise to
raise the contact bar to the
upper contact plate and hold
the wires in place.
Turn the screws counter
clockwise to lower the
contact bar to release the
wires.
2
A female captive screw connector
is included: RS-232/IR (see picture 1
& 2).
Pin out color will differ per RS-232
cable.
IR
RS-232
RS-232 pin out will be
determined by the RS-232
cable and will connect as
Rx (receiver), Tx (transmitter),
and (ground). (See picture 2)
RX TX
RS-232
S
IR IN
5 4 3 2 1
Typical pin out:
2 - TX - Transmitter
3 - RX - Receiver
5 - GND - Ground
9 8 7 6
The IR IN is connected by a ground and
a signal cable. The recommended use of
this port is with a 3rd part control system.
Atlona recommends using a AT-LC-CS-IR2M (sold separately) for easy connection.
S
Signal (S)
Ground ( )
Remote Control
1. Power On/Off: Turn switcher power on and off
2. Input selection: Selects source
1
All On
Off
Video 2
Video 1
On
Note: On/off video, audio, and setup buttons are not
functional for the JUNO-451 switcher
Video
Power
On
On
Off
Input
2
Off
Audio
1
2
Vol +
3
4
Vol -
5
Mute
SW-R1
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Ethernet
For convenience, the JunoX comes with DHCP on. This enables the switcher to be
connected to a network without knowing available IP addresses. If your network does not allow
dynamic IP addresses or if you are using the switcher with a TCP/IP control system, this feature may
be turned off and the IP address set using front panel.
Note: Press and hold the input button on the front panel to switch between static and DHCP IP address.
Two button flashes means the unit is in static mode and four button flashes means the unit is DHCP.
Static IP configuration will be: 192.168.1.254 - 255.255.255.0
AMS & webGUI
Atlona provides two simple solutions for setup and control: a built in webGUI and the free software
AMS (AMS functionality coming soon).
To download AMS, go to http://atlona.com/product/at-sw-ams/
To get to the log in screen of AMS: type localhost:8080 into the web browser on the computer AMS is
running on. It will go straight to the log in for AMS.
GUI IP Address: may be found using an IP scanner software (e.g. Advanced IP Scanner)
*Atlona does not assume responsibility for damage caused by other programs installed into a computer, verify programs before installing*
A login screen will appear (this is the same log in for admin and general users). For the first login to AMS,
the username is “admin” and password is “admin123”. The login for the webGUI will be username
“root” and password “Atlona”.
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Once login is complete, the webGUI will display the JUNO-451 status information
Once logged in, select each page from the bar across the top
Video
Input Selection
Displays current input and allows the input to be selected manually
Auto Switch
Auto Switch: Toggles auto switching on/off
Audio
Output 1
Turns output audio on/off
ARC
Turns audio return channel on/off
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RS-232 parameters
Set the baud rate, databit, parity, and stop bit of the system
The EDID tab enables the EDID settings to be changed or output EDIDs to be saved to memory.
Note: To ensure compatibility, it is best to set the EDID to match the native resolution of the connected display and the
audio format of the connected sound system
0 STD
1 1080p 2CH
2 1080p MCH
3 1080p DD
4 1080p 3D 2CH 5 1080p 3D MCH
6 1080p 3D DD
7 720p 2CH
8 720p DD
9 1280x800 2CH
10 1366x768 2CH
11 1080p DVI
12 1280x800 DVI
13 1920x1200 2CH 14 3840x2160@60 4:2:0 2CH
15 3840x2160@60 4:2:0 MCH
16 3840x2160@30 4:4:4 2CH
17 3840x2160@30 4:4:4 MCH
18 4096x2160@60 4:2:0 2CH
19 4096x2160@60 4:2:0 MCH
20 3840x2160@60 4:4:4 2CH
21 3840x2160@60 4:4:4 MCH
Note: STD passes the display’s EDID to the source
EDID Saved
Saves any connected display’s EDID to one of the four EDID memories of the JUNO-451
- Select the memory number to save the current output’s EDID to and press the save button
at the bottom of the page.
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The Users tab/page will allow users and passwords to be added/changed.
Network: IP address, netmask, gateway, and telnet port can be set to any settings compatible
with your network. The Netmask and Gateway must match your existing network
settings
IP Mode Static: Set a fixed IP address
Note: For a stable connection when using a control system, it is best to set up a static IP. As you select
an IP address, make certain no other devices on your network are using that IP address
DHCP: Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol will automatically select an IP address
on the network that is not already in use
Telnet Login Mode - Turn on/off - requires a password to adjust settings
Telnet Timeout - Set the auto log-off time between 1 and 3600 seconds
Broadcast - Turn on and off the feedback through all control ports
System:
Power - Turn the switcher on and off
Lock - Locks/unlocks the front panel buttons
Reset to Default - Reset the device to factory settings
Firmware Update - Use this feature to find and load the MCU firmware to the switcher
Note: Firmware can be found and downloaded from http://www.atlona.com/product/AT-JUNO-451/
page under the firmware tab
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RS-232 & TCP/IP
Terminal
To set up the RS-232 terminal the first thing needed is to find the RS-232 communications port
under the computer’s device manager. Once there, right click the port and select “Properties”.
Under the properties menu select the port settings tab and set the menu to the switcher default:
Bits per second: 115200, Data bits: 8, Parity: None, Stop bits: 1 and Flow control: None.
A
B
C
Connection
RS-232 is connected through a 9-pin female D connector. Three pins will have specific functions
associated with them, some are unassigned.
5
4
9
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8
7
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
2
6
10
Pin
---Tx
Rx
---Gnd
-------------
Function
Not used
Transmit
Receive
Not used
Ground
Not used
Not used
Not used
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Commands (RS-232 and TCP/IP)
The command codes are case sensitive, do not change capitalization, spacing, or lettering.
Command
PWX
e.g. PWSTA
Version
Feedback
PWX
e.g. PWON
Version x.x.xx
Description
Turn the unit on/off X= ON, OFF, STA
e.g. Displays the unit’s power status
Displays the software version
Type
AT-UHD-HDVS-300
Displays the model information
Mreset
Mreset
Reset device to manufacture default
Lock
Lock
Locks the front panel buttons
Unlock
Unlock
Unlocks the front panel buttons
x1AVx1
x1AVx1
Switch inputs
Statusx1
x2AVx1
Displays what input is connected to the what output
AutoSW X
AutoSW on
Turns auto switching on/off (X= on, off, sta)
EDIDCopy X
EDIDCopy X
Copies the EDID of the currently connected display to memory X = 1-8
EDIDMSetX default
EDIDMSetX default
Set the EDID of the input to the default EDID
EDIDMSetX saveY
EDIDMSetX saveY
Set the EDID of an input to the previously saved EDID memory
EDIDMSetX intY
EDIDMSetX intY
Sets the EDID of an input to one of the internal EDIDs
HDMIAud X
SPDIF X
ARC X
IR X
HDMIAud X
SPDIF X
ARC X
IR X
e.g. x4AVx1
e.g. x4AVx1
e.g. Switch output 1 to input 4
e.g. EDIDMset3 save1 - sets input 3 to EDID memory 1
e.g. EDIDMSet2 int3 - Sets input 3 to internal EDID 3
Enables/Disables audio on the HDMI output X= on, off, sta
Turns audio output through the S/PDIF port on/off X= on, off, sta
Enables/disables ARC audio output X= on, off, sta
Turns the IR receiver window on/off X= on, off, sta
Each command or feedback is terminated with a carriage return.
Note: If the command fails or is incorrect the feedback is “Command FAILED”
Y - Internal EDIDs 0 Display’s EDID
1 1080p 2CH
2 1080p MCH
3 1080p DD
4 1080p 3D 2CH 5 1080p 3D MCH
6 1080p 3D DD
7 720p 2CH
8 720p DD
9 1280x800 2CH
10 1366x768 2CH
11 1080p DVI
12 1280x800 DVI
13 1920x1200 2CH 14 3840x2160@60 4:2:0 2CH
15 3840x2160@60 4:2:0 MCH
16 3840x2160@30 4:4:4 2CH
17 3840x2160@30 4:4:4 MCH
18 4096x2160@60 4:2:0 2CH
19 4096x2160@60 4:2:0 MCH
20 3840x2160@60 4:4:4 2CH
21 3840x2160@60 4:4:4 MCH
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IP Commands
Command
IPCFG
Description
Displays IP address configuration
IPQuit
IPAddUser X Y
Feedback
IP Addr : x.x.x.x
Netmask : x.x.x.x
Gateway : x.x.x.x
IP Port : x
IPQuit
TCP/IP user was added
IPDelUser X
IPDHCP X
IPStatic X Y Z
TCP/IP user was deleted
IPDHCP X
IPStatic X Y Z
Delete a user from TCP/IP X= username
Turns DHCP on or off X= on, off, sta
Sets static IP address
IPStatic Address(X) Netmask(Y) Gateway(Z)
IPPort X
IPLogin X
IPPort X
IPLogin X
Broadcast X
Broadcast X
IPTimeout XX
IPTimeout XX
UartPara W,X,Y,Z
UartPara W,X,Y,Z
e.g. UartPara 115200,8,0,1
e.g. UartPara 115200,8,0,1
Set the TCP/IP Port
Enables IP Login
X= on, off, sta
Sets broadcast mode on or off
X= on, off, sta
Determines amount of seconds of inactivity before TCP/
IP disconnects
Set UART parameters
W=baud rate X=data length Y=parity Z=stop-bit
UartPara sta
RAtlMac
UartPara W,X,Y,Z
xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx
e.g. IPAddUser Atlona 1234
Logs out of TCP/IP Connection
Adds a user for TCP/IP control
X= user and Y= Password
e.g. IPStatic 192.168.1.1
e.g. IPStatic 192.168.1.1
255.255.255.0 192.168.1.200 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.200
e.g. IPLogin off
e.g. Broadcast on
e.g. IPTimeout 300
e.g. IPLogin off
e.g. Broadcast on
e.g. IPTimeout300
e.g. Set the parameters to 115200, 8, 0, 1
Displays UART parameters
Displays the MAC address of the unit
Each command or feedback is terminated with a carriage return.
Note: If the command fails or is incorrect the feedback is “Command FAILED”
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Connection Diagram
Video
INPUT
Video
Video
1
2
3
POWER
INPUT
4
FW
Video
JUNOXTM
5
S
2.4
AT-JUNO-451
RX TX
HDMI IN
3
4
HDMI OUT
OPTICAL
RS-232
IR IN
LAN
DC 5V
1
2
ROUTER
i
1
2
3
Audio
4
Video
Control
Audio
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Specifications
Video Resolutions
Video
4096x2160@24/25/30/50/60Hz, 3840x2160@24/25/30/50/60Hz (UHD), 2048x1080p,
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
VESA
2560x2048, 2560x1600, 2048x1536, 1920x1200, 1680x1050, 1600x1200,
1440x900, 1400x1050,1366x768, 1360x768, 1280x1024, 1280x800, 1280x768,
1152x768, 1024x768, 800x600, 640x480
Color Space
Chroma Subsampling
Color Depth
Audio
HDMI
OPTICAL
Sample Rate
Bit Rate
YUV, RGB
4:4:4, 4:2:2, 4:2:0
8-bit, 10-bit, 12-bit
PCM 2ch, LPCM 5.1, LPCM 7.1, Dolby® Digital, DTS® 5.1, Dolby Digital Plus,
Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio™, Dolby Atmos®, DTS:X™
LPCM 2.0, LPCM 5.1, LPCM 7.1, Dolby® Digital, DTS® 5.1, Dolby Digital Plus
32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz, 96 kHz, 176.4 kHz, 192 kHz
up to 24-bit
Distance
HDMI IN/OUT @ 4K
up to 5m
HDMI IN/OUT @ 1080p up to 10m
up to 15 ft
up to 30 ft
Signal
Bandwidth18 Gbps
CECCompliant
HDCP2.2 compliant
Temperature
Operating
0°C to 40°C
32°F to 104°F
Storage-20°C to 60°C-4°F to 140°F
Humidity
20 to 90% non-condensing
Power
Consumption6.6 W
Idle5.9 W
Supply
Input: AC100-240V ~ 50/60Hz
Output: DC 5V
Dimension
H x W x D
Rack Size
26 x 219 x 152 (mm)
1/2 Rack 1RU
1.0 x 8.6 x 5.9 (inch)
Weight
Device0.82 kg1.8 lbs
Certification
UnitCE, FCC
Power Supply
CE, FCC, Level VI, RoHS, cULus, RCM, CCC
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Safety Information
Safeguards
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not
expose this product to rain or moisture
Do not modify the wall plug. Doing so will
void the warranty and safety features.
If the wall plug does not fit into your local
power socket, hire an electrician to replace
your obsolete socket.
This equipment should be installed near
the socket outlet and the device should
be easily accessible in the case it requires
disconnection.
Precautions
FCC regulations state that any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment, not
expressly approved by the manufacturer, could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
Operate this product using only the included external power supply. Use of other power supplies
could impair performance, damage the product, or cause fires.
In the event of an electrostatic discharge this device may automatically turn off. If this occurs,
unplug the device and plug it back in.
Protect and route power cords so they will not be stepped on or pinched by anything placed on or
against them. Be especially careful of plug-ins or cord exit points from this product.
Avoid excessive humidity, sudden temperature changes or temperature extremes.
Keep this product away from wet locations such as bathtubs, sinks, laundries, wet basements, fish
tanks, and swimming pools.
Use only accessories recommended by Atlona to avoid fire, shock, or other hazards.
Unplug the product before cleaning. Use a damp cloth for cleaning and not cleaning fluid or
aerosols. Such products could enter the unit and cause damage, fire, or electric shock. Some
substances may also mar the finish of the product.
Never open, remove unit panels, or make any adjustments not described in this manual.
Attempting to do so could expose you to dangerous electrical shock or other hazards. It may also
cause damage to your product. Opening the product will void the warranty.
Do not attempt to service the unit. Disconnect the product and contact your authorized Atlona
reseller or contact Atlona directly.
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Atlona, Inc. (“Atlona”) Limited Product Warranty Policy
Coverage
Atlona warrants its products will substantially perform to their published specifications and will be free from defects in
materials and workmanship under normal use, conditions and service.
Under its Limited Product Warranty, Atlona, at its sole discretion, will either:
A) repair or facilitate the repair of defective products within a reasonable period of time, restore products to their
proper operating condition and return defective products free of any charge for necessary parts, labor and shipping
OR
B) replace and return, free of charge, any defective products with direct replacement or with similar products deemed
by Atlona to perform substantially the same function as the original products
OR
C) refund the pro-rated value based on the remaining term of the warranty period, not to exceed MSRP, in cases
where products are beyond repair and/or no direct or substantially similar replacement products exist.
Repair, replacement or refund of Atlona’s products is the purchaser’s exclusive remedy and Atlona’s liability does not
extend to any other damages, incidental, consequential or otherwise.
This Limited Product Warranty extends to the original end-user purchaser of Atlona’s products and is non-transferrable to
any subsequent purchaser(s) or owner(s) of these products.
Coverage Periods
Atlona’s Limited Product Warranty Period begins on the date of purchase by the end-purchaser. The date contained on
the end-purchaser‘s sales or delivery receipt is the proof purchase date.
Limited Product Warranty Terms – New Products
• 10 years from proof of purchase date for hardware/electronics products purchased on or after June 1, 2013
• 3 years from proof of purchase date for hardware/electronics products purchased before June 1, 2013
• Lifetime Limited Product Warranty for all cable products
Limited Product Warranty Terms – Refurbished (B-Stock) Products
• 3 years from proof of purchase date for all Refurbished (B-Stock) hardware and electronic products purchased on or
after June 1, 2013
Remedy
Atlona recommends that end-purchasers contact their authorized Atlona dealer or reseller from whom they purchased
their products. Atlona can also be contacted directly. Visit www.atlona.com for Atlona’s contact information and hours
of operation. Atlona requires that a dated sales or delivery receipt from an authorized dealer, reseller or end-purchaser is
provided before Atlona extends its warranty services. Additionally, a return merchandise authorization (RMA) and/or case
number, is required to be obtained from Atlona in advance of returns.
Atlona requires that products returned are properly packed, preferably in the original carton, for shipping. Cartons not
bearing a return authorization or case number will be refused. Atlona, at its sole discretion, reserves the right to reject
any products received without advanced authorization. Authorizations can be requested by calling 1-877-536-3976 (US
toll free) or 1-408- 962-0515 (US/international) or via Atlona’s website at www.atlona.com.
Exclusions
This Limited Product Warranty excludes:
• Damage, deterioration or malfunction caused by any alteration, modification, improper use, neglect, improper
packing or shipping (such claims must be presented to the carrier), lightning, power surges, or other acts of nature.
• Damage, deterioration or malfunction resulting from the installation or removal of this product from any installation,
any unauthorized tampering with this product, any repairs attempted by anyone unauthorized by Atlona to make
such repairs, or any other cause which does not relate directly to a defect in materials and/or workmanship of this
product.
• Equipment enclosures, cables, power supplies, batteries, LCD displays, and any accessories used in conjunction with
the product(s).
• Products purchased from unauthorized distributors, dealers, resellers, auction websites and similar unauthorized
channels of distribution.
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Disclaimers
This Limited Product Warranty does not imply that the electronic components contained within Atlona’s products will
not become obsolete nor does it imply Atlona products or their electronic components will remain compatible with any
other current product, technology or any future products or technologies in which Atlona’s products may be used in
conjunction with. Atlona, at its sole discretion, reserves the right not to extend its warranty offering in instances arising
outside its normal course of business including, but not limited to, damage inflicted to its products from acts of god.
Limitation on Liability
The maximum liability of Atlona under this limited product warranty shall not exceed the original Atlona MSRP for
its products. To the maximum extent permitted by law, Atlona is not responsible for the direct, special, incidental or
consequential damages resulting from any breach of warranty or condition, or under any other legal theory. Some
countries, districts or states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of relief, special, incidental, consequential or indirect
damages, or the limitation of liability to specified amounts, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
Exclusive Remedy
To the maximum extent permitted by law, this limited product warranty and the remedies set forth above are exclusive
and in lieu of all other warranties, remedies and conditions, whether oral or written, express or implied. To the maximum
extent permitted by law, Atlona specifically disclaims all implied warranties, including, without limitation, warranties
of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. If Atlona cannot lawfully disclaim or exclude implied warranties
under applicable law, then all implied warranties covering its products including warranties of merchantability and fitness
for a particular purpose, shall provide to its products under applicable law. If any product to which this limited warranty
applies is a “Consumer Product” under the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act (15 U.S.C.A. §2301, ET SEQ.) or other
applicable law, the foregoing disclaimer of implied warranties shall not apply, and all implied warranties on its products,
including warranties of merchantability and fitness for the particular purpose, shall apply as provided under applicable
law.
Other Conditions
Atlona’s Limited Product Warranty offering gives legal rights, and other rights may apply and vary from country to
country or state to state. This limited warranty is void if (i) the label bearing the serial number of products have been
removed or defaced, (ii) products are not purchased from an authorized Atlona dealer or reseller. A comprehensive list of
Atlona’s authorized distributors, dealers and resellers can be found at www.atlona.com.
Atlona Product Registration
Thank you for purchasing this Atlona product. - We hope you enjoy it and will take an extra few moments to
register your new purchase.
Registration creates an ownership record if your product is lost or stolen and helps ensure you’ll receive
notification of performance issues and firmware updates.
At Atlona, we respect and protect your privacy, assuring you that your registration information is completely
secure. Atlona product registration is completely voluntary and failure to register will not diminish your limited
warranty rights.
To register go to: http://www.atlona.com/registration
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