Cyp PUV-1H4HPL-AVLC 1 x HDMI (1 x HDMI Output), 4 x HDBaseT™ Lite Distribution Amplifier with AVLC & Audio De-embedding Manual

Cyp PUV-1H4HPL-AVLC 1 x HDMI (1 x HDMI Output), 4 x HDBaseT™ Lite Distribution Amplifier with AVLC & Audio De-embedding Manual
PUV-1H4HPL-AVLC
1x4 HDBaseT™ Splitter with AVLC
OPERATION MANUAL
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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
SUMMARY OF CHANGE
v1.00
First release
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25/07/2019
CONTENTS
1. Introduction�������������������������������������������6
2. Applications�������������������������������������������6
3. Package Contents����������������������������������6
4. System Requirements���������������������������7
5. Features��������������������������������������������������7
6. Operation Controls and Functions�������9
6.1 Front Panel��������������������������������������������������� 9
6.2 Rear Panel���������������������������������������������������10
6.3 IR Cable Pinouts���������������������������������������11
6.4 RS-232 Pinout and Defaults�����������������11
6.5 OSD Menu��������������������������������������������������12
6.6 RS-232 Commands����������������������������������23
7. Connection Diagram�������������������������� 35
8. Specifications�������������������������������������� 36
8.1 Technical Specifications������������������������36
8.2 Video Specifications�������������������������������37
8.3 Audio Specifications�������������������������������39
8.4 Cable Specifications�������������������������������40
8.5 HDBaseT Features������������������������������������41
9. Acronyms��������������������������������������������� 42
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1. INTRODUCTION
This 1×4+1 4K UHD HDMI Splitter provides an advanced solution for
splitting and distributing a single HDMI input (up to 4K@60Hz w/ HDMI
2.0 & HDCP 2.2) to 4 HDBaseT™ outputs as well as to a single HDMI
output with analogue stereo audio breakout. The UHD source may be
distributed to any of four HDBaseT Receivers via a single Cat.5e/6/7 cable
(up to 70m at 1080p or up to 40m at 4K). Despite HDBaseT’s 10.Gbps
bandwidth limitation, 4K UHD HDMI video sources, up to and including
4K@60Hz (4:4:4, 8-bit) as well as 10/12-bit sources with HDR, are able to
be processed and extended by the use of AVLC (Adaptive Visually Lossless
Compression) when connected to compatible AVLC Receivers. If the
connected HDBaseT Receiver can’t support AVLC, 4K@60Hz RGB/YUV 4:4:4
signals will be converted to YUV 4:2:0 or downscaled to 1080p based on
the detected EDID on each output.
This unit provides solid audio support, including bypassing 8 channel
LPCM digital audio as well as advanced Bitstream and HD Bitstream audio
formats via HDBaseT and HDMI. Additionally, an analogue stereo audio
breakout output is available to provide audio to local powered speakers
(LPCM 2.0 sources only).
Standard EDID management functionality is included and the PoH
(Power over HDBaseT) feature can provide power to compatible receivers,
providing greater flexibility in installations. Control is via front panel
controls with an OSD and RS-232.
2. APPLICATIONS
Household entertainment sharing
Lecture hall & classroom displays
Showroom displays
Meeting room presentations
3. PACKAGE CONTENTS
1× HDMI to HDBaseT/HDMI Splitter
1× 24V/3.75A DC Power Adapter
1× 3.5mm to IR Blaster Cable
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1× Shockproof Feet (Set of 4)
1× Operation Manual
4. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
HDMI source equipment such as a media player, video game console
or set-top box.
Compatible HDBaseT receivers with AVLC and PoH support is
recommended.
HDMI receiving equipment such as an HDTV, monitor or audio
amplifier.
The use of Premium High Speed HDMI cables, and industry standard
Cat.6, Cat.6a or Cat.7, is highly recommended.
5. FEATURES
HDMI 2.0 and HDBaseT 1.0 compatible
HDCP 1.x and HDCP 2.2 compliant
1×HDMI input
4×HDBaseT and 1×HDMI outputs
Supports up to 4K UHD (18Gbps, 4K@50/60Hz 4:4:4, 8-bit) video input
and output
Note: Support of resolutions requiring bandwidth above 10.2Gbps via
HDBaseT requires a compatible AVLC receiver.
Supports 'Deep Colour' input and output up to 12-bit
Supports 10-bit and 12-bit HDR (High Dynamic Range) input/output
HDBaseT output transmits video, audio and data over a single
Cat.5e/6/7 cable and can reach distances up to 40m/131ft at 4K when
using Cat.6a/7
HDBaseT feature support: HD Video and Audio, PoH (PSE) and Control
(bi-directional RS-232 and IR pass-through)
Integrated AVLC (Adaptive Visually Lossless Compression) activates
when the bandwidth requirements of the source are beyond 10.2Gbps
allowing for support of sources up to 18Gbps with no loss of visual
quality
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Supports automatic 4K@60Hz RGB/YUV 4:4:4 to YUV 4:2:0 conversion
or downscaling to 1080p for compatibility with non-AVLC HDBaseT
receivers based on the detected EDID on each output
Supports pass-through of all standard digital audio formats: 8 channel
LPCM, Bitstream, and HD Bitstream
High-quality DAC (Digital to Analogue audio Conversion) with local
analogue stereo audio breakout (LPCM 2.0 sources only)
Comprehensive EDID management options
Supports standard PoH from the unit to connected HDBaseT receivers
(compatible receivers only)
Note: The PoH function is designed for powering compatible Receiver
units only. Non-PoH Receivers will need their own power supply. Receivers
from other brands may not be compatible.
1U rack mounted design
Control via front panel controls with an OSD and RS-232
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6. OPERATION CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
6.1 Front Panel
SYNC
SERVICE
MENU
-
+
ENTER
POWER
INPUT
A
B
OUTPUT
C
D
E
PUV-1H4HPL-AVLC
1
2
3
4
5
1 SERVICE Port: This port is reserved for firmware update use only.
2 CONTROL BUTTON BLOCK
MENU Button: Press to enter the OSD menu, or to back out from
menu items.
- (MINUS) Button: Press to move down or adjust selections within
OSD menus.
+ (PLUS) Button: Press to move up or adjust selections within OSD
menus.
ENTER Button: Press to confirm a selection within the OSD or to go
deeper into a menu item.
3 POWER LED: This LED will illuminate to indicate the unit is on and
receiving power.
4 INPUT LED: This LED will illuminate to indicate that a live source has
been detected on the input port. When no source is detected the LED
will remain off.
5 OUTPUT LEDs: These LEDs will illuminate to indicate when a valid
sink has been detected on the associated output port. When no sink is
detected the LED will remain off.
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6.2 Rear Panel
OUT
ANALOG
HDMI IN
1
L
+
R
+
2
HDMI
A
B
CAT 5e/6/7 OUT
C
D
IR IN
IR OUT
RS-232
DC 24V
E
3
4
5
6
1 HDMI IN Port: Connect to HDMI source equipment such as a media
player, game console, or set-top box. DVI sources are supported with
the use of an HDMI to DVI adapter.
2 ANALOGUE R/L Terminal Block: Connect to powered speakers or an
amplifier for analogue stereo audio output.
3 OUTPUT PORT BLOCK
HDMI OUT E Port: Connect to an HDMI TV, monitor, or amplifier for
digital video and audio output.
CAT 5e/6/7 OUT A~D Ports: Connect to compatible HDBaseT
receivers with single Cat.5e/6/7 cables for transmission of all data
signals. PoH will also be supplied to connected compatible PD
Receivers.
4 IR IN Port: Connect to an IR Extender to receive local IR control
signals and extend them to devices connected to the other end of all
HDBaseT connections. Ensure that the remote being used is within
direct line-of-sight of the IR Extender.
IR OUT Port: Connect to the provided IR Blaster to transmit IR signals
from the other end of the HDBaseT connection to devices within
direct line-of-sight of the IR Blaster.
Note: To help avoid potential simultaneous IR signal conflicts, IR support
for each HDBaseT port and the local ports can be configured individually.
5 RS-232 Port: Connect to a PC, laptop, or serial controllable device for
the extension of RS-232 signals between this unit and the connected
HDBaseT receivers or to send RS-232 commands to control the unit.
Note: Switching between local control and RS-232 extension is configured
within the OSD menu.
6 DC 24V Port: Plug the 24V DC power adapter into this port and
connect it to an AC wall outlet for power.
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6.3 IR Cable Pinouts
IR Extender
Cable
IR Blaster
Cable
1 Power
2 Infrared
3 Not Used
1 Infrared
2 Power
3 Ground
6.4 RS-232 Pinout and Defaults
Serial Port Default Settings
Baud Rate
19200
Data Bits
8
Parity Bits
None
Stop Bits
1
Flow Control
None
DCD
RxD
TxD
DTR
GND
1
2
3
4
5
RI
CTS
RTS
DSR
9
8
7
6
DE-9 Female Port
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6.5 OSD Menu
All functions of this unit can be controlled by using the OSD (On Screen
Display) which is activated by pressing the MENU button on the front of
the unit. Use the + (PLUS), − (MINUS), and ENTER buttons to navigate the
OSD menu. Press the MENU button to back out from any menu item and
then press it again to close the menu.
MAIN MENU
Input Information
Output 4K Converter
Output Information
L/R Audio Control
EDID Control
HDCP Control
RS232 Control
IR Control
Remote Control
OSD Setting
System Setting
The individual functions of the OSD will be introduced in the following
section. Items marked in BOLD are the factory default settings.
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INPUT INFORMATION
2ND LEVEL
3RD LEVEL
Input
Name
Fmt
Reso
Freq
[Current video source
details]
Depth
Colour
HDCP
Audio
HDR
1) Input information: Shows details about the current HDMI input
signal including detected resolution, pixel clock frequency, colour bit
depth, colour format, HDCP status, audio format and HDR status.
OUTPUT 4K CONVERTER
2ND LEVEL
3RD LEVEL
All
AUTO
Bypass
To YUV420
To 1080p
OUT A~E
AUTO
Bypass
To YUV420
To 1080p
1) All: Assigns the selected 4K conversion mode to all outputs.
Note: If any individual output has been configured differently, this will
display “Different” as the current status.
■ Auto: Selecting this allows the unit to automatically select a 4K
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conversion method based on each output’s EDID.
■ Bypass: Selecting this will allow the source to go to all outputs
without conversion.
■ To YUV420: Selecting this will automatically convert the colour
space of a 4K@50/60Hz source from 4:4:4 to 4:2:0.
■ To 1080p: Selecting this will automatically scale a 4K source to
1080p while keeping the original refresh rate and bit depth.
2) OUT A~E: Assigns the selected 4K conversion mode to each individual
output.
Note: This setting will override the “All” setting.
■ Auto: Selecting this allows the unit to automatically select a 4K
conversion method based on each output’s EDID.
■ Bypass: Selecting this will allow the source to go to all outputs
without conversion.
■ To YUV420: Selecting this will automatically convert the colour
space of a 4K@50/60Hz source from 4:4:4 to 4:2:0.
■ To 1080p: Selecting this will automatically scale a 4K source to
1080p while keeping the original refresh rate and bit depth.
OUTPUT INFORMATION
2ND LEVEL
3RD LEVEL
OUT A~E
[Current status of each
output]
1) Output Information: Show the connection status, resolution and
framerate for each output. If no display is connected it will display “Not
Connected”, if no HDBaseT receiver is connected it will display “Not
Linked”.
L/R AUDIO CONTROL
2ND LEVEL
3RD LEVEL
Mute
On
OFF
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Volume
0~80 [80]
L Enhance
0~40 [0]
L/R AUDIO CONTROL
2ND LEVEL
3RD LEVEL
R Enhance
0~40 [0]
Format
L/R Clock
Word Length
[Current audio source
details]
Channel Num
1) Mute: Mute or un-mute the analogue audio output.
2) Volume: Set the output volume for the analogue audio output in 0.5
dB steps.
3) L/R Enhance: Independently increase the output volume of the left or
right channel of the analogue audio output in 0.5 dB steps.
4) Audio Details Block: Shows detailed information about the current
audio signal.
Note: Some information is not available with bitstream sources.
EDID CONTROL
2ND LEVEL
3RD LEVEL
Mode
INT FHD 2CH
Int FHD MCh
Int UHD 2Ch
Int UHD MCh
Int UHD+ 2Ch
Int UHD+ MCh
Int HDR 2Ch
Int HDR MCh
User
Copy Out A~E
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EDID CONTROL
2ND LEVEL
3RD LEVEL
Vndr
Name
Reso
Freq
Depth
[Current EDID
selection details]
YCbCr
HDR
1) Mode: Select the EDID to send to the HDMI input. This unit provides
the following 8 internal EDIDs:
FHD 2Ch
1920×1080p@60Hz (170MHz), 8-bit colour, LPCM 2.0
FHD MCh
1920×1080p@60Hz (170MHz), 8-bit colour,
LPCM 7.1 & Bitstream
UHD 2Ch
3840×2160p@30Hz (300MHz), 12-bit Deep Colour,
LPCM 2.0
UHD MCh
3840×2160p@30Hz (300MHz), 12-bit Deep Colour,
LPCM 7.1 & Bitstream
UHD+ 2Ch
3840×2160p@60Hz (600MHz), 12-bit Deep Colour,
LPCM 2.0
UHD+ MCh
3840×2160p@60Hz (600MHz), 12-bit Deep Colour,
LPCM 7.1 & Bitstream
HDR 2Ch
3840×2160p@60Hz (600MHz), 12-bit HDR, LPCM 2.0
HDR MCh
3840×2160p@60Hz (600MHz), 12-bit HDR,
LPCM 7.1 & Bitstream
Note: In some rare cases it is possible for custom or external EDIDs to cause
compatibility issues with certain sources. If this happens, it is recommended to
switch to one of the 8 internal EDIDs for maximum compatibility.
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2) EDID Details Block: Shows detailed information about the contents
of the currently selected EDID.
HDCP CONTROL
2ND LEVEL
3RD LEVEL
Mode
REFER SINK
Refer Source
Apple Mode
Out A~E
[Current HDCP status
of each output]
1) Mode: Set the HDCP behavior of the unit.
■ Refer Sink: Each output enables HDCP at the highest version
supported by each connected display.
■ Refer Source: The input signal maintains its native HDCP
version.
■ Apple Mode: HDCP support is completely disabled.
2) HDCP Status Block: Shows the current HDCP status of each individual
output.
RS232 CONTROL
2ND LEVEL
3RD LEVEL
Mode
COMMAND
Pass Through
Port A~D
DISABLED
Baud 2400
Baud 4800
Baud 7200
Baud 9600
Baud 14400
Baud 19200
Baud 38400
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RS232 CONTROL
2ND LEVEL
3RD LEVEL
Baud 57600
Baud 115200
Local
Baud 2400
Baud 4800
Baud 7200
Baud 9600
Baud 14400
BAUD 19200
Baud 38400
Baud 57600
Baud 115200
1) Mode: Set the operational mode of the RS-232 port on the unit.
Selecting “Command” allows direct control of the unit via RS-232.
Selecting “Pass Through” allows extension of RS-232 signals to all
connected HDBaseT receivers.
2) Port A~D: Set the supported baud rate for RS-232 extension over
each HDBaseT port. Selecting “Disabled” will block RS-232 from being
extended over that port.
Note: Baud rate conversion will be performed automatically if the local
baud rate and destination port baud rate are different.
3) Local: Set the baud rate to use on the local RS-232 port.
IR CONTROL
2ND LEVEL
3RD LEVEL
Ch A~D
ENABLE BIDIRECT
Disabled
Enable Emitter
Enable Receiver
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IR CONTROL
2ND LEVEL
3RD LEVEL
Local
ENABLE BIDIRECT
Disabled
Enable Emitter
Enable Receiver
1) Ch A~D: Configure the IR extension behavior of each HDBaseT port.
■ Enable Bidirect:Enables support for bi-directional extension
of IR signals over the specified HDBaseT port.
Disabled:
Disables all IR extension over the specified HDBaseT
■
port.
■ Enable Emitter: Enables transmission of IR signals to the
receiver connected to the specified HDBaseT port, but disables
receiving IR signals from it.
■ Enable Receiver: Enables reception of IR signals from the
receiver connected to the specified HDBaseT port, but disables
transmitting IR signals to it.
2) Local: Configure the IR extension behavior of the local IR ports.
■ Enable Bidirect: Enables both IR ports on the unit.
■ Disabled: Disables both IR ports on the unit.
■ Enable Emitter: Enables the IR OUT port on the unit and
disables the IR IN port.
■ Enable Receiver: Enables the IR IN port on the unit and
disables the IR OUT port.
REMOTE CONTROL
2ND LEVEL
3RD LEVEL
Link With
Off
Out A
Out B
Out C
Out D
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REMOTE CONTROL
2ND LEVEL
3RD LEVEL
OUT E
[RED] Button:
Menu
[GREEN] Button:
Minus (-)
[YELLOW] Button:
Plus (+)
[BLUE] Button:
Enter
1) Link With: Select the display to accept CEC remote control commands
from to control the unit or disable the functionality. The selected
display’s remote control can be used to navigate this unit’s OSD menu
using the remote’s red, green, yellow and blue buttons.
Note: Requires a compatible remote control and display. The selected
display must have CEC device control activated.
2) [Colour] Buttons: Lists the unit’s remote control functionality that is
mapped to each coloured button.
Note: Not all displays support all CEC command types, please check the
display’s documentation to see if it supports remote CEC device control
via the coloured remote buttons.
OSD SETTING
2ND LEVEL
3RD LEVEL
Timeout
Never
1 ~ 60 [30]
Horizontal
0 ~ 100 [2]
Vertical
0 ~ 100 [3]
Transparency
0 ~ 7 [3]
Contrast
0 ~ 1 [0]
Panel Colour
Red
Green
Blue
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OSD SETTING
2ND LEVEL
3RD LEVEL
GREY
Font Colour
Black
White
Red
Green
BLUE
Yellow
Cyan
Magenta
Free Run
No
Red
Green
BLUE
Black
Colour
Default
Yes
NO
1) Timeout: Set the display timeout for the OSD Menu in seconds.
Selecting “Never” will disable the timeout.
2) Horizontal: Set the horizontal position of the OSD Menu.
3) Vertical: Set the vertical position of the OSD Menu.
4) Transparency: Set the transparency level of the box behind the OSD
menu.
5) Contrast: Switch between contrast modes for the OSD menu.
Note: Selecting the lower contrast option “1” may improve visibility when
overlaid on HDR sources.
6) Panel Colour: Set the colour of the box behind the OSD menu.
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7) Font Colour: Set the colour of the OSD menu’s text.
8) Free Run: Set the Free Run colour to display when no source is
detected. Selecting “Colour” will show a colour bar pattern. Selecting
“No” will disable the Free Run function.
9) Default: Reset the OSD settings to their factory default values.
SYSTEM SETTING
2ND LEVEL
3RD LEVEL
VID
PID
[System details]
SN
FW Ver
Factory Reset?
NO
Yes
1) System Information Block: Shows the units system ID numbers,
serial number and current firmware version.
2) Factory Reset: Selecting YES will reset the unit’s settings back to their
factory defaults.
Note: The unit will automatically reboot after the factory reset is complete.
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6.6 RS-232 Commands
COMMAND
Description and Parameters
System Commands
help
Show the full command list.
help N1
Show help details about command N1.
N1 = {Command name}
get model name
Show the unit’s model name.
get fw ver
Show the unit’s current firmware version.
set system reboot
Reboot the unit.
set description N1
Set the description/name of the unit.
N1 = {Name}
[64 characters max]
get description
Show the unit’s current description/name.
set keylock N1
Enable or disable the front panel key lock.
Available values for N1:
ON[Lock front panel]
OFF[Unlock front panel]
get keylock
Show the current front panel lock state.
set factory default
Reset the unit to the factory defaults.
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COMMAND
Description and Parameters
Input Commands
get in port number
Report the number of inputs supported by the unit.
get in type list
List the interface type supported by each input.
set in 1 hdcp mode N1
Set the input’s HDCP mode.
Available values for N1:
0[Apple mode]
1[Refer to source]
2[Refer to sink]
get in 1 hdcp mode
Show the input’s current HDCP mode.
set in 1 edid N1
Set the EDID to use on the HDMI input.
Available values for N1:
1[Internal FHD 2CH]
2[Internal FHD Multi-CH]
3[Internal UHD 2CH]
4[Internal UHD Multi-CH]
5[Internal UHD+ 2CH]
6[Internal UHD+ Multi-CH]
7[Internal HDR 2CH]
8[Internal HDR Multi-CH]
9[User EDID 1]
10
[Copy output A’s EDID]
11[Copy output B’s EDID]
12
[Copy output C’s EDID]
13
[Copy output D’s EDID]
14
[Copy output E’s EDID]
get in 1 edid
Show the EDID currently being used by the input.
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COMMAND
Description and Parameters
get in 1 edid data
Show the current contents of the input’s EDID as ASCII hex data.
get in 1 edid information
Show English readable details from the EDID assigned to the input.
Output Commands
get out port number
Show the total number of outputs on the unit.
get out type list
List the port type of all outputs on the unit.
set out N1 convert N2
Set the 4K source conversion mode to use on the specified output.
Available values for N1:
A[Output A]
B[Output B]
C[Output C]
D[Output D]
E[Output E]
Available values for N2:
0[Bypass, no conversion]
1
[Convert colour space to YUV 4:2:0]
2
[Convert resolution to 1080p]
3
[Automatic, based on sink’s EDID]
get out N1 convert
Show the current conversion mode used by the specified output.
Available values for N1:
A[Output A]
B[Output B]
C[Output C]
D[Output D]
E[Output E]
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COMMAND
Description and Parameters
get out N1 edid data
Show the current contents of the specified output’s EDID as ASCII hex data.
Available values for N1:
A[Output A]
B[Output B]
C[Output C]
D[Output D]
E[Output E]
get out N1 edid information
Show English readable details from the EDID provided by the specified
output.
Available values for N1:
A[Output A]
B[Output B]
C[Output C]
D[Output D]
E[Output E]
User EDID Commands
get user edid number
Show the number of User EDIDs supported by the unit.
set user 1 edid data N1
Upload a new EDID (in ASCII hex format) for use as the User EDID.
N1 = {Comma delimited hex pairs} [EDID data]
get user 1 edid data
Show the EDID used by the User EDID as ASCII hex data.
get user 1 edid information
Show English readable details from the User EDID.
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COMMAND
Description and Parameters
Analogue Audio Commands
set analog audio mute N1
Enable or disable muting the analogue audio output.
Available values for N1:
ON
OFF
[Mute the analogue audio output]
[Un-mute the analogue audio output]
get analog audio mute
Show the current mute state of the analogue audio output.
set analog audio volume N1
Set the volume level of the analogue audio output.
N1 = 0~80
[Volume adjustment in 0.5 dB steps]
get analog audio volume
Show the current volume level of the analogue audio output.
set analog audio left enhance N1
Set the left channel volume enhancement for the analogue audio output.
N1 = 0~40
[Volume adjustment in 0.5 dB steps]
get analog audio left enhance
Show the current left channel volume enhancement for the analogue audio
output.
set analog audio right enhance N1
Set the right channel volume enhancement for the analogue audio output.
N1 = 0~40
[Volume adjustment in 0.5 dB steps]
get analog audio right enhance
Show the current right channel volume enhancement for the analogue
audio output.
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COMMAND
Description and Parameters
Serial Commands
set uart N1 N2
Enable or disable the RS-232 pass-through function for the specified HDBaseT output or the local port.
Available values for N1:
A[Output A]
B[Output B]
C[Output C]
D[Output D]
E[Local RS-232]
Available values for N2:
ON[Enable RS-232 pass-through]
OFF[Disable RS-232 pass-through]
get uart N1
Show the current RS-232 pass-through setting for the specified port.
Available values for N1:
A[Output A]
B[Output B]
C[Output C]
D[Output D]
E[Local RS-232]
set uart N1 baud rate N2
Set the baud rate of the specified RS-232 port.
Available values for N1:
A[Output A]
B[Output B]
C[Output C]
D[Output D]
E[Local RS-232]
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COMMAND
Description and Parameters
Available values for N2:
2400[2400 baud]
4800[4800 baud]
7200[7200 baud]
9600[9600 baud]
14400[14400 baud]
19200[19200 baud]
38400[38400 baud]
57600[57600 baud]
115200[115200 baud]
get uart N1 baud rate
Show the current baud rate of the specified RS-232 port.
Available values for N1:
A[Output A]
B[Output B]
C[Output C]
D[Output D]
E[Local RS-232]
set uart N1 data length N2
Set the data bits for the specified RS-232 port.
Available values for N1:
A[Output A]
B[Output B]
C[Output C]
D[Output D]
E[Local RS-232]
N2 = 5~8
[Number of data bits]
get uart N1 data length
Show the current number of data bits of the specified RS-232 port.
Available values for N1:
A[Output A]
B[Output B]
C[Output C]
D[Output D]
E[Local RS-232]
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COMMAND
Description and Parameters
set uart N1 parity N2
Set the parity of the specified RS-232 port.
Available values for N1:
A[Output A]
B[Output B]
C[Output C]
D[Output D]
E[Local RS-232]
Available values for N2:
0[No parity]
1[Odd parity]
2[Even parity]
get uart N1 parity
Show the current parity setting of the specified RS-232 port.
Available values for N1:
A[Output A]
B[Output B]
C[Output C]
D[Output D]
E[Local RS-232]
IR Commands
set ir N1 emitter N2
Enable or disable the IR output on the specified HDBaseT port’s receiver, or
on the local unit.
Available values for N1:
A
[Output A’s receiver’s IR output]
B
[Output B’s receiver’s IR output]
C
[Output C’s receiver’s IR output]
D
[Output D’s receiver’s IR output]
E[Local IR output]
Available values for N2:
ON[Enable IR output]
OFF[Disable IR output]
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COMMAND
Description and Parameters
get ir N1 emitter
Show the current enabled state of the IR output on the specified HDBaseT
port’s receiver, or on the local unit.
Available values for N1:
A
[Output A’s receiver’s IR output]
B
[Output B’s receiver’s IR output]
C
[Output C’s receiver’s IR output]
D
[Output D’s receiver’s IR output]
E[Local IR output]
set ir N1 receiver N2
Enable or disable the IR input on the specified HDBaseT port’s receiver, or on
the local unit.
Available values for N1:
A
[Output A’s receiver’s IR input]
B
[Output B’s receiver’s IR input]
C
[Output C’s receiver’s IR input]
D
[Output D’s receiver’s IR input]
E[Local IR input]
Available values for N2:
ON[Enable IR input]
OFF[Disable IR input]
get ir N1 receiver
Show the current enabled state of the IR input on the specified HDBaseT
port’s receiver, or on the local unit.
Available values for N1:
A
[Output A’s receiver’s IR input]
B
[Output B’s receiver’s IR input]
C
[Output C’s receiver’s IR input]
D
[Output D’s receiver’s IR input]
E[Local IR input]
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COMMAND
Description and Parameters
OSD Commands
set osd timeout N1
Set the OSD’s timeout value (in seconds) or disable the timeout.
Available values for N1:
0[No timeout]
1~60 [Timeout in seconds]
get osd timeout
Show the current OSD timeout value.
set osd horizontal N1
Set the horizontal position of the OSD.
N1 = 0~100
[Horizontal position]
get osd horizontal
Show the current horizontal position of the OSD.
set osd vertical N1
Set the vertical position of the OSD.
N1 = 0~100
[Vertical position]
get osd vertical
Show the current vertical position of the OSD.
set osd transparency N1
Set the transparency level of the OSD.
Available values for N1:
0[Fully opaque]
1[Level 1]
2[Level 2]
3[Level 3]
4[Level 4]
5[Level 5]
6[Level 6]
7[Fully Transparent]
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COMMAND
Description and Parameters
get osd transparency
Show the current transparency level of the OSD.
set osd contrast N1
Set the contrast mode of the OSD.
Available values for N1:
0[Normal]
1[Low contrast]
get osd contrast
Show the current contrast mode of the OSD.
set osd panel color N1
Set the colour of the background of the OSD.
Available values for N1:
1[Red]
2[Green]
3[Blue]
4[Gray]
get osd panel color
Show the current colour of the background of the OSD.
set osd font color N1
Set the colour of the font used by the OSD.
Available values for N1:
1[Black]
2[White]
3[Red]
4[Green]
5[Blue]
6[Yellow]
7[Cyan]
8[Magenta]
get osd font color
Show the current colour of the font used by the OSD.
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COMMAND
Description and Parameters
set osd freerun color N1
Set the free run mode and the colour/pattern used when the input signal is
lost and free run is active.
Available values for N1:
0
[Free run is disabled]
1[Red screen]
2[Green screen]
3[Blue screen]
4[Black screen]
5[Colour bars]
get osd freerun color
Show the current free run colour setting.
set osd default
Reset the OSD configuration to the factory defaults.
Note: Commands will not be executed unless followed by a carriage return.
Commands are not case-sensitive.
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7. CONNECTION DIAGRAM
Media Player
1.5m
60°
Powered Speakers
3m
7m
IR Input &
Output
3m
60°
HDMI
Input
Serial Control
Device
RS-232
OUT
ANALOG
HDMI IN
L
+
R
+
HDMI
A
B
CAT 5e/6/7 OUT
C
IR IN
D
IR OUT
RS-232
DC 24V
E
Cat.5e/6/7 Cable
1.5m
1.5m
60°
60°
3m
m
7m
m
3m
m
UHDTV
7m
m
3m
m
60°
3m
m
60°
7m
m
3m
m
IR Input &
Output
RX
RX
RX
HDMI
Output
3m
m
HDMI
Output
RS-232
RS-232
RS-232
Serial Controlled
Device
Serial Controlled
Device
Serial Controlled
Device
UHDTV
7m
m
60°
IR Input &
Output
HDMI
Output
UHDTV
3m
m
60°
IR Input &
Output
RX
HDMI
Output
1.5m
60°
3m
m
60°
IR Input &
Output
1.5m
UHDTV
RS-232
Serial Controlled
Device
UHDTV
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8. SPECIFICATIONS
8.1 Technical Specifications
HDMI Bandwidth
18Gbps
HDBaseT Bandwidth
10.2Gbps
Input Ports
1×HDMI (Type-A)
Output Ports
4×HDBaseT (RJ-45)
1×HDMI (Type-A)
1×Stereo Audio (5-pin Terminal Block)
Pass-through Ports
1×IR Extender (3.5mm)
1×IR Blaster (3.5mm)
Control Ports
1×RS-232 (DE-9)
Service Port
1×USB 2.0 (Mini B)
IR Frequency
30 – 50kHz (30 – 60kHz under ideal
conditions)
Baud Rate
19200
Power Supply
24V/3.75A DC
(US/EU standards, CE/FCC/UL certified)
ESD Protection (HBM)
±8kV (Air Discharge)
±4kV (Contact Discharge)
Dimensions (W×H×D)
432mm×44mm×174mm [Case Only]
432mm×44mm×180mm [All Inclusive]
Weight
906g
Chassis Material
Metal (Steel)
Chassis Colour
Black
Operating Temperature
0˚C – 40˚C/32˚F – 104˚F
Storage Temperature
−20˚C – 60˚C/−4˚F–140˚F
Relative Humidity
20–90% RH (Non-condensing)
Power Consumption
20.8W
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8.2 Video Specifications
Input
Supported Resolutions (Hz)
Output
HDMI
HDMI
HDBaseT
720×400p@70/85



640×480p@60/72/75/85



720×480i@60



720×480p@60



720×576i@50



720×576p@50



800×600p@56/60/72/75/85



848×480p@60



1024×768p@60/70/75/85



1152×864p@75



1280×720p@50/60



1280×768p@60/75/85



1280×800p@60/75/85



1280×960p@60/85



1280×1024p@60/75/85



1360×768p@60



1366×768p@60



1400×1050p@60



1440×900p@60/75



1600×900p@60RB



1600×1200p@60



1680×1050p@60



1920×1080i@50/60



1920×1080p@24/25/30



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Input
Supported Resolutions (Hz)
Output
HDMI
HDMI
HDBaseT
1920×1080p@50/60



1920×1200p@60RB



2560×1440p@60RB



2560×1600p@60RB



2048×1080p@24/25/30



2048×1080p@50/60



3840×2160p@24/25/30



3840×2160p@50/60 (4:2:0)



3840×2160p@24, HDR10


AVLC
3840×2160p@50/60 (4:2:0),
HDR10


AVLC
3840×2160p@50/60


AVLC
4096×2160p@24/25/30



4096×2160p@50/60 (4:2:0)



4096×2160p@24, HDR10



4096×2160p@50/60 (4:2:0),
HDR10



4096×2160p@50/60



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8.3 Audio Specifications
8.3.1 Digital Audio
HDMI Input/Output
LPCM
Max Channels
8 Channels
Sampling Rate (kHz)
32, 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192
Bitstream
Supported Formats
Standard & High-Definition
8.3.2 Analogue Audio
Analogue Output
Max Audio Level
4.2Vrms
THD+N
< −80dB@0dBFS 1kHz (A-wt)
SNR
> 70dB@0dBFS
Frequency Response
< ±3dB@20Hz~20kHz
Crosstalk
< −70dB@10kHz
Impedance
499Ω
Type
Balanced
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8.4 Cable Specifications
1080p
4K30
4K60
8-bit
12-bit
(4:4:4)
8-bit
(4:4:4)
8-bit
HDMI Input
15m
10m
5m
3m
HDMI Output
15m
10m
5m
3m
Cable Length
High Speed HDMI Cable
Ethernet Cable
Cat.5e/6
60m
35m
Cat.6a/7
70m
40m
Bandwidth Category Examples:
1080p (FHD Video)
-- Up to 1080p@60Hz, 12-bit colour
-- Data rates lower than 5.3Gbps or below 225MHz TMDS clock
4K30 (UHD Video)
-- 4K@24/25/30Hz & 4K@50/60Hz (4:2:0), 8-bit colour
-- 4K@50/60Hz (4:4:4, 8-bit) with AVLC active
-- Data rates higher than 5.3Gbps or above 225MHz TMDS clock but
below 10.2Gbps
4K60 (UHD+ Video)
-- 4K@50/60Hz (4:4:4, 8-bit), AVLC required over HDBaseT
-- 4K@50/60Hz (4:2:0, 10-bit HDR), AVLC required over HDBaseT
-- Data rates higher than 10.2Gbps
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8.5 HDBaseT Features
HDBaseT Feature Set
Video & Audio Extension
LAN Extension
Send power to Receiver
Accept power from Receiver
Transmitter
Supported
Unsupported
Supported
(PoH)
Unsupported
IR Extension
Supported
RS-232 Extension
Supported
USB 2.0 Extension
Unsupported
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9. ACRONYMS
ACRONYM
COMPLETE TERM
ASCII
American Standard Code for Information Interchange
AV
Audio/Video
AVLC
Adaptive Visually Lossless Compression
AVR
Audio/Video Receiver or Recorder
Cat.5e
Enhanced Category 5 cable
Cat.6
Category 6 cable
Cat.6a
Augmented Category 6 cable
Cat.7
Category 7 cable
CEC
Consumer Electronics Control
CLI
Command-Line Interface
DAC
Digital-to-Analogue Converter
DVI
Digital Visual Interface
EDID
Extended Display Identification Data
HD
High-Definition
HDBT
HDBaseT
HDCP
High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection
HDMI
High-Definition Multimedia Interface
HDR
High Dynamic Range
HDTV
High-Definition Television
IR
Infrared
LED
Light-Emitting Diode
LPCM
Linear Pulse-Code Modulation
OSD
On-Screen Display
PC
Personal Computer
PD
Powered Device
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ACRONYM
COMPLETE TERM
PoH
Power over HDBaseT
PSE
Power Sourcing Equipment
SNR
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
THD+N
Total Harmonic Distortion plus Noise
UHD
Ultra-High-Definition (10.2Gbps)
UHD+
Ultra-High-Definition Plus (18Gbps)
UHDTV
Ultra-High-Definition Television
USB
Universal Serial Bus
VGA
Video Graphics Array
WUXGA (RB) Widescreen Ultra Extended Graphics Array (Reduced
Blanking)
XGA
Extended Graphics Array
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