CYP PU-507TX-HDVGA User manual

CYP PU-507TX-HDVGA User manual

PU-507TX-HDVGA

Switchable HDMI & VGA HDBaseT™ Transmitter with Integrated

Video Scaling (5Play™ inc. PoC & Single LAN, up to 100m)

OPERATION MANUAL

DISCLAIMERS

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CYP (UK) Ltd assumes no responsibility for any inaccuracies that may be contained in this document. CYP (UK) Ltd also makes no commitment to update or to keep current the information contained in this document.

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© Copyright 2011 by CYP (UK) Ltd.

All Rights Reserved.

Version 1.1 August 2011

TRADEMARK ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

All products or service names mentioned in this document may be trademarks of the companies with which they are associated.

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

Please read all instructions before attempting to unpack, install or operate this equipment and before connecting the power supply.

Please keep the following in mind as you unpack and install this equipment:

• Always follow basic safety precautions to reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock and injury to persons.

• To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain, moisture or install this product near water.

• Never spill liquid of any kind on or into this product.

• Never push an object of any kind into this product through any openings or empty slots in the unit, as you may damage parts inside the unit.

• Do not attach the power supply cabling to building surfaces.

• Use only the supplied power supply unit (PSU). Do not use the PSU if it is damaged.

• Do not allow anything to rest on the power cabling or allow any weight to be placed upon it or any person walk on it.

• To protect the unit from overheating, do not block any vents or openings in the unit housing that provide ventilation and allow for sufficient space for air to circulate around the unit.

REVISION HISTORY

VERSION NO.

DATE

v1.03

12/08/14 v1.04

v1.05

v1.06

v1.07

25/09/15

14/01/16

26/01/16

07/07/16

SUMMARY OF CHANGE

Added Autoswitching feature, RS-232 and

IR pin details

Added Bluescreen ON/OFF feature

Minor correction to text (4K removed)

Minor correction to text (HDCP)

Changes to RS-232 commands

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CONTENTS

1. Introduction ...........................................6

2. Applications ...........................................6

3. Package Contents ..................................6

4. System Requirements ...........................6

5. Features ..................................................7

6. Operation Controls and Functions .......8

6.1

Front Panel ................................................... 8

6.2

Rear Panel ..................................................... 9

6.3

Remote Control ........................................10

6.4 RS-232 Pin Definitions ...........................11

6.5 IR Cable Pin Assignment .......................12

6.6

RS-232 Commands .................................13

Note: ....................................................................14

6.7

OSD Menu .................................................15

6.8

Input Resolution Support .....................18

7. Connection Diagram .......................... 19

8. Specifications ...................................... 20

9. Acronyms ............................................. 21

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1. INTRODUCTION

The PU-507TX-HDVGA allows VGA and uncompressed HDMI signals to be transmitted over a Single CAT5e/6/7 cable to lengths of up to 100 metres.

This device features full 5-Play convergence allowing the distribution of

Video, Audio, LAN serving, Power over Cable (PoC), RS-232 and 2-way

IR control functionality over the same CAT5e/6/7 cable. This transmitter allows the user to select and switch between a HDMI or VGA source whilst the integrated scaler ensures maximum resolution support for the connected display.

Additionally, the PU-507TX-HDVGA utilises an auto-scan feature which detects and switches to the last active input.

2. APPLICATIONS

Scale low resolution video onto High-Definition display

HDMI/PC signals extension

Lecture room/Showroom/Meeting room/Classroom display and control

3. PACKAGE CONTENTS

1

×

PU-507TX-HDVGA

1

×

IR Extender

1

×

IR Blaster

24 V/2.7 A DC Power Adaptor

Remote control (CR-128)

Operation Manual

4. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Input HDMI/PC source equipment such as DVD/Video player or PC/Laptop and output to HDBaseT compatible Receiver.

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5. FEATURES

Supports all v1.4 HDMI resolutions.

Auto Scan function - scans the inputs for a live signal

Supports uncompressed video/audio up to 10.2Gbps

Common supported resolutions: HDTV: 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i,

1080p, 1080p24; PC: VGA, SVGA, XGA, WXGA, SXGA, UXGA, WUXGA.

HDMI, HDCP, & DVI compliant

Supports HDCP repeating and CEC functions

Uncompressed data transfer over single CAT cable (100m - CAT6/7;

80m - CAT5e)

Audio support up to 7.1CH & Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD

5Play™ convergence: HDMI, LAN, PoC & Control (IR & RS-232)

Supports 3D signals

Note:

1. This system was tested with CAT6/23AWG cables, results may vary with cables of a different specification.

2. The PoC function is designed for powering compatible Receiver units only—non-PoC Receivers will need their own power supply. Receivers of another brand may not be compatible.

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6. OPERATION CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS

6.1

Front Panel

7

SERVICE

HDMI

INPUT

PC AUDIO

MENU

INPUT

-

+

XGA

ENTER

720P

1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9

1 SERVICE:

This port is reserved for firmware update only.

2 IR:

IR Receiver window (accepts the remote control signal of this device only).

3

HDMI:

Connect to source equipment such as DVD/Video player for video signal sending.

4 PC:

Connect with PC/Laptop source equipment for signal input with

D-Sub 15 pin cable.

5

AUDIO:

Connect to audio source equipment for L/R stereo audio input with 3.5mm phone jack.

6 MENU:

Press this button to enter into the OSD menu.

7 – INPUT & HDMI/PC LED:

Press to select HDMI or PC source input.

When in HDMI mode the LED will illuminate in Red, when in PC mode the LED will illuminated in Green.

8 -/+:

Press these buttons to scroll down and up in the OSD selection.

9 ENTER:

Press this button to confirm the selection. Press this button together with [–] key to switch output timing to [email protected] instantly.

Press this button together with [+] key to switch output timing to XGA

(1024x768) instantly.

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6.2

Rear Panel

DC 24V

POWER

RS-232 IN LAN

CAT5e/6/7 OUT

MODE LINK

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1 Power LED:

This LED will illuminate when the device is connected with power supply.

2

DC 24V:

Plug the 24 V DC power supply into the unit and connect the adaptor to an AC outlet. Only one side of power is needed to activate both Transmitter and Receiver when both obtain the PoE function.

3

RS-232 IN:

Connect to a PC or Laptop with D-Sub 9-pin male cable to bypass RS-232 commands to the Receiver, or for direct RS-232 control of the PU-507TX-HDVGA.

4

LAN:

Connect to an active network for LAN sharing of a total transmission rate up to 100Mbps. Or when a compatible LAN equipped Receiver is connected to an active network, this allows the network access (including internet access if available) to be shared between the Transmitter and Receiver. Connect any Ethernet equipped device e.g. a Smart TV or games console to the LAN port for that device to share the network internet access.

DO NOT connect this slot with any of the CAT5e/6/7 port. Doing so may trigger a power shut down and damage the device.

5

IR Blaster:

Connect to the supplied IR Blaster cable for IR signal transmission. Place the IR Blaster in direct line-of-sight of the equipment to be controlled.

6

IR Extender:

Connect to the supplied IR Receiver cables for IR signal reception. Ensure that remote being used is within the direct line-ofsight of the IR Extender.

7

MODE LED:

This LED will illuminated when the power is connected.

8

Link LED:

This LED will illuminate when the slot has been connected to the Receiver and the Receiver has connected with display that shows image on screen.

9

CAT5e/6/7 Out:

Connect to the Receiver unit with a single CAT5e/6/7 cable for transmission of all data signals.

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6.3

Remote Control

1

INPUT:

Press this button to switch

HDMI/PC input source instantly.

2

EXIT:

Press this button to exit the menu or escape the current selection under OSD.

3

MENU:

Press this button to enter into the OSD menu.

4

RESET:

Press this button to set the device back into the factory default setting.

5

AUTO ADJUST:

Press this button to optimise the positioning of the picture (picture centering) on the screen.

6

ENTER (OK) &

▲▼◄►

:

Press Enter to confirm the selection or press the arrow buttons to scroll in the OSD selections.

4

6

1

2

INPUT

EXIT MENU

OK

RESET AUTO

ADJUST

3

5

CR-128

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6.4

RS-232 Pin Definitions

6

7

4

5

8

9

PIN

1

2

3

GND

NC

NC

NC

NC

DEFINE TX / RX

N/C

TxD/RxD

RxD/TxD

NC

Baud Rate: 9600 bps

Data Bit:

Parity:

8-bit

None

Stop Bit: 1-bit

Flow Control: None

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6.5 IR Cable Pin Assignment

IR Blaster

1

2

3

Power 5 V

IR Blaster Signal

NC

IR Extender

1

2

3

IR Signal

Power

Ground

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6.6

RS-232 Commands

COMMAND DESCRIPTION

S SOURCE 1~2

R SOURCE

S OUTPUT 0~25

1=PC

2=HDMI

Reports the numerical equivalent for

SOURCE setting (as above)

0=Native

1=640×480

2=800×600

3=1024×768

5=1360×768

6=1280×720

7=1280×800

12=1600×1200

13=1920×1080

16=1920×1200

17=480p

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

R OUTPUT

S SIZE 0~6

8=1280×1024

9=1440×900

10=1400×1050

11=1680×1050

22=576p

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

Reports the numerical equivalent for OUTPUT setting (as above)

0=OVERSCAN

1=FULL

4=LETTER BOX

5=UNDER 2

2=BEST FIT

3=PAN SCAN

6=UNDER 1

R SIZE

Reports the numerical equivalent for SIZE setting (as above)

S SYNCSHIFT 0/1

R SYNCSHIFT

0=OFF 1=ON

Reports the numerical equivalent for Syncshift setting

S CONTRAST 0~60

Setups the numerical equivalent for CONTRAST setting

(as left)

R CONTRAST

Reports the numerical equivalent for CONTRAST setting

S BRIGHTNESS 0~60

Setups the numerical equivalent for BRIGHTNESS setting

(as left)

R BRIGHTNESS

Reports the numerical equivalent for BRIGHTNESS setting

S HUE 0~60

Setups the numerical equivalent for HUE setting (as left)

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COMMAND DESCRIPTION

R HUE

Reports the numerical equivalent for HUE setting

S SATURATION 0~60

Setups the numerical equivalent for SATURATION setting

(as left)

R SATURATION

Reports the numerical equivalent for SATURATION setting

S SHARPNESS 0~30

Setups the numerical equivalent for SHARPNESS setting

R SHARPNESS

(as left)

Reports the numerical equivalent for

SHARPNESS setting

S NR 0~3

0=OFF 2=MIDDLE

R NR

1=LOW 3=HIGH

Reports the numerical equivalent for the NOISE

REDUCTION setting (as above)

S AUDIO DELAY 0~3

0=OFF

1=40ms

R AUDIO DELAY

2=110ms

3=150ms

Reports the numeric equivalent for AUDIO

DELAY setting (as above)

S AUDIO MUTE 0/1

0=ON

R AUDIO MUTE

1=MUTE

Reports the numeric equivalent for AUDIO

MUTE setting (as above)

S KEY LOCK 0/1

R KEY LOCK

S AUTOSCAN 0/1

R AUTOSCAN

FW

S RESET 1

0=ENABLE

0=DISABLE

1=DISABLE

Reports the numeric equivalent for KEY

LOCK setting (as above)

1=ENABLE

Reports the numeric equivalent for AUTO SCAN setting (as above)

Checks the FIRMWARE version

S PCAUTO 1

Setups the numerical equivalent for RESET setting (as left)

Setups the numerical equivalent for PC AUTO setting (as left)

Note:

1. RS-232 commands will be not executed unless followed with carriage return and

LF (Line Feed).

2. Commands are not case-sensitive.

3. Resolutions 1~16 are RGB encoded and 17~25 are YUV encoded.

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6.7

OSD Menu

1st Layer 2nd layer

DISPLAY OUTPUT

3rd Layer

Native

640x480 60

800x600 60

1024x768 60

1360x768 60

1280x720 60

1280x800 60

1280x1024 60

1440x900 60

1400x1050 60

1680x1050 60

1600x1200 60

1920x1080 60

1920x1200 60

720x480p 60

1280x720p 60

1920x1080i 60

1920x1080p 60

720x576p 50

1280x720p 50

1920x1080i 50

1920x1080p 50

4th Layer

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1st Layer

DISPLAY (Cont.)

Colour

2nd layer

SIZE

MODE INFO

PC

PC mode only

TIMING SHIFT

COLOR

RESET

OFF

ON

R

G

B

R OFFSET

G OFFSET

B OFFSET

3rd Layer

OVER SCAN

FULL

ASPECT RATIO

PAN SCAN

LETTER BOX

UNDER 2

UNDER 1

INFO

ON

OFF

AUTO SETUP

H_POSITION

V_POSITION

PHASE

CLOCK

WXGA/XGA

4th Layer

No

YES

0~60 (30)

0~60 (30)

XGA

WXGA

NO

YES

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1st Layer

COLOR

AUDIO

SETUP

2nd layer

CONTRAST

BRIGHTNESS

HUE

SATURATION

SHARPNESS

NR.

VOLUME

DELAY

SOUND

FACTORY RESET

KEY LOCK

AUTO SCAN

HIGH

0~100

off

40ms

110ms

YES

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

150ms

ON

MUTE

NO

3rd Layer

0~60

0~60

0~60

0~60

0~30

OFF

LOW

MIDDLE

4th Layer

INPUT

INFORMATION OUTPUT

REVISION

Note:

Items in

Bold

are the Factory default settings. Items in brackets are default values.

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6.8

Input Resolution Support

INPUT RESOLUTION

NTSC/PAL

[email protected]/72/75 Hz

[email protected]/60/72/75 Hz

[email protected]/70/75 Hz

[email protected]/75 Hz

[email protected] Hz

1280×[email protected] Hz

1680×[email protected] Hz

1920×[email protected] Hz

480i/576i

480p/576p

[email protected]/60 Hz

[email protected]/60 Hz

[email protected]/60 Hz

HDMI

-

PC

-

-

-

-

-

-

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7. CONNECTION DIAGRAM

PC/NB

Video/DVD Player

SERVICE

POWER

DC 24V

HDMI

RS-232 IN

INPUT

PC AUDIO

HDMI/

PC INPUT

-

+

XGA

ENTER

MENU 720P

LAN

IR

Blaster

IR

Extender

CAT5e/6/7 OUT

MODE LINK

HDMI

Compatible

Receiver unit with PoE function

Power

IR2 Blaster

IR1 Extender

Link

CAT5e/6 In

Router with

Internet

Connection

PC/NB

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8. SPECIFICATIONS

Output Video Bandwidth

300MHz / 10.2Gbps

Ethernet Speed

100 Mbps

Input Ports

1

×

HDMI, 1

×

PC, 1 x 3.5mm Phone Jack (L/R) ,

1

×

RS-232, 1

×

LAN, 1

×

IR Extender

1CAT5e/6, 1

×

IR Blaster

Output Ports

CAT5e/6/7 Output Cable

Distance

Up to 100 Metres

Supports Resolution

HD: 480i~1080p

CAT5e/6/7 Output Resolution

PC: VGA ~ WUXGA(RB)

HD: Up to [email protected]

PC: Up to WUXGA(RB)

30~50kHz

IR Frequency

Power Supply

ESD Protection

Dimensions (mm)

24V/2.7A DC (US/EU standards, CE/FCC/UL certified)

Human body model:

±8kV (air-gap discharge)

±4kV (contact discharge)

145 (W)

×

192 (D)

×

30(H)/Jacks Excluded

145 (W)

×

202 (D)

×

30(H)/Jacks Included

Weight

Chassis Material

Colour

Operating Temperature

Storage Temperature

Relative Humidity

Power Consumption

608g

Aluminum

Black

0 ˚C~40 ˚C / 32 ˚F~104 ˚F

−20 ˚C ~ 60 ˚C / −4 ˚F ~ 140 ˚F

20 ~ 90 % RH (non-condensing)

17 W

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9. ACRONYMS

ACRONYM

CAT5e

COMPLETE TERM

Category 5 Cable

Category 6 Cable

CAT6

CAT7

CV

DVI

HDMI

IR

WUXGA (RB)

Category 7 Cable

Composite Video

Digital Visual Interface

High-Definition Multimedia Interface

Infrared

Widescreen Ultra Extended Graphics Array (Reduce blanking)

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CYP (UK) Ltd., Unit 7, Shepperton Business Park, Govett Avenue, Shepperton,

Middlesex, TW17 8BA

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3137 9180 | Fax: +44 (0) 20 3137 6279

Email: [email protected]

www.cypeurope.com

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