CYP EL-5500-HBT User manual

CYP EL-5500-HBT User manual
EL-5500-HBT
8 x 4 HDBaseT™ / HDMI / VGA Presentation Switch
(with switchable digital bypass output)
OPERATION MANUAL
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Version 1.1
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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
SUMMARY OF CHANGE
v1.00
24/09/2014
First release
v1.01
25/06/2019
Updated diagram
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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 IR Pin Assignment������������������������������������11
6.5 RS-232 Pin Assignment�������������������������12
6.6 RS-232/Telnet Commands��������������������13
6.7 OSD Menu��������������������������������������������������16
6.8 Telnet Control��������������������������������������������19
6.9 WebGUI Control���������������������������������������21
7. Connection Diagram�������������������������� 22
8. Specifications�������������������������������������� 23
8.1 Input Resolution Support���������������������24
8.2 Output Resolution Support�����������������25
9. Acronyms��������������������������������������������� 26
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1. INTRODUCTION
This HDBaseT™ capable 8 by 4 Digital Presentation Scaler can switch
and scale HDMI/HDBaseT/PC/Composite Video signals from any one
of its eight inputs and simultaneously display it on any of its HMDI or
HDBaseT outputs. The unit has and HDMI bypass output, allowing local
monitoring of any of the HDMI or HDBaseT inputs, and features full
5play™ convergence for easy integration of compatible transmitters and
receivers. It has the added benefit of control via IR remote control, RS232, IP/Telnet and WebGUI, with all information including system status
presented on its comprehensive LCD display.
2. APPLICATIONS
Home Cinema/Entertainment
Lecture Room/Hall Presentation
Show Room/Demo Room
Public Commercial Display
Information Board
3. PACKAGE CONTENTS
1 x 8 by 4 Presentation Scaler
1 x IR Extender Cable
1 x IR Receiver Cable
1 x Remote Control with Battery
1 x 24V/ 2.7A DC Power Adaptor
1 x Power Cord
Operation Manual
4. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
Input source equipment such as Blu-ray/DVD/PS3 player or Set-Top-Box
and output HDMI TV/Display and or audio amplifier with connection
cables.
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5. FEATURES
HDMI, HDCP and DVI compliant
Full 5Play™ convergence: Video, Audio, LAN serving, Power over Cable
(PoC) and Control (IR & RS-232 bypass)
Supports distances of up to 100 metres over industry standard
CAT5e/6/7 cable
Supports scaling of any input signals to a wide range of HDTV and PC
output resolutions up to 1080p and WUXGA (RB)
Digital to Analogue and Analogue to Digital Audio conversion (DAC/
ADC)
Simultaneous video output of the selected source through the
HDBaseT and HDMI outputs and audio output through the digital
coaxial and analogue L/R outputs
Features four HDMI inputs with corresponding L/R audio inputs
(3.5mm mini-jack), two HDBaseT CAT5e/6/7 inputs, PC (15-pin D-Sub)
with L/R audio (3.5mm mini-jack) and Composite Video and L/R audio
(3 RCA)
Features two HDMI outputs, one HDBaseT CAT5e/67 outputs, one
Digital Coaxial audio output and one L/R audio 3.5mm mini-jack
output
Supports switchable HDMI bypass allowing local monitoring of any of
the HDMI or HDBaseT inputs
Supports Power over Cable on the CAT5e/6/7 output to a compatible
Receiver
Supports control via IR, Remote control, RS-232, Telnet WebGUI and
on-panel controls
Supports HDBaseT LAN serving function to compatible Receivers
Note: The PoC function is only 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
4
1
2
POWER
4
HDMI
1
1
3
2
2
6
PC
CAT5e/6/7
3
3
5
4
5
6
5
1
2
1
2
3
4
3
4
HDMI
CV
7
8
MENU
6
7
8
-
+
9
5
6
CAT5e/6/7
5
PC
CV
7
8
6
ENTER
10
11
1 POWER: Press this button to turn ON the device and the LED will
illuminated.
2 IR Window: This IR receiver receives only the remote control signal
from the packaged included remote control.
3 INPUT HDMI 1~4 & LED: Press the IN buttons to select an input
source signal from the 4 HDMI input sources to be display for output
ports. The LED will illuminate according to the selection.
4 BYPASS & LED: Press these buttons to select an input source signal
from the 6 input sources to be display for BYPASS output port. The
LED will illuminate according to the selection.
5 INPUT CAT5e/6/7 5~6 & LED: Press the IN buttons to select an input
source signal from the 2 CAT5e/6/7 input sources to be display for
output ports. The LED will illuminate according to the selection.
6 INPUT PC & LED: Press this button to select PC input source signal to
be display for PC output port. The LED will illuminate according to the
selection.
7 INPUT CV & LED: Press this button to select CV input source signal s
to be display for CV output port. The LED will illuminate according to
the selection.
8 MENU: Press this wheel to enter into the menu and press it again to
confirm the selection.
9 +/-: Press these buttons to move up/down under menu selection or
under volume control to adjust audio volume up/down.
10 ENTER: Press this button to confirm menu selection.
11 LED Display: The LED will illuminate to confirm selection.
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6.2 Rear Panel
1
2
IR OUT
IR IN
5
6
7
13
8
AUDIO
AUDIO
AUDIO 1
AUDIO 2
AUDIO 3
AUDIO 4
INPUT
R
DSP PROG.
OUTPUT
CAT5e/6/7
ON
SERVICE 1
COAX
HDMI 1
3
BYPASS
L
CV
CAT5e/6/7
CAT5e/6/7
PC
AUDIO 7
5
6
7
RS-232
LAN
SERVICE 2
HDMI 2
4
OFF
8
HDMI
7
9
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
HDMI 3
10
HDMI 4
11
12
DC 24 V
14 15 16 17
1 IR OUT: 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.
2 IR IN: Connect to the supplied IR Extender cable for IR signal
reception. Ensure that remote being used is within the direct line-ofsight of the IR Extender.
3 OUTPUT CAT5e/6/7: Connect to the Receiver unit with a Single
CAT5e/6/7 cable for transmission of all data signals.
4 OUTPUT HDMI: Connect to a HDMI equipped TV/monitor for display
of the HDMI input source signal.
5 OUTPUT COAX: Connect to audio sound equipment such as speaker
or amplifier for audio sound output.
6 OUTPUT AUDIO: Connect to audio sound equipment such as speaker
or amplifier for audio sound output.
7 SERVICE 1& 2: These slots are reserved for firmware update use only.
8 DSP PROG Switch: This switch is reserved for firmware update use
only. Default setting is on OFF.
9 BYPASS: Connect to a HDMI equipped TV/monitor or DVI equipped
monitor with audio sound equipment such as speaker for both video
and audio output display.
10 INPUT HDMI 1~4 & AUDIO 1~4: Connect to HDMI source equipment
such as DVD or Blu-ray player along or to DVI source equipment along
with audio source signal.
11 INPUT CAT5e/6/7: Connect this port to HDMI to CAT5e/6/7
Transmitter with CAT5e/6/7 cable to extend the signal up to 100m.
12 INPUT PC & AUDIO: Connect this port to PC/Laptop with audio signal
for input signal selecting.
13 INPUT CV: Connect this port to source equipment such as video
player or Set-Top-Box for input signal selecting.
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14 RS-232: Connect from PC/Laptop for RS-232 command sending to
control the device.
15 LAN: Connect from PC/Laptop with active internet service for Web
GUI control with RJ-45 terminated cable.
16 POWER Toggle: Switch this toggle to turn ON and OFF the device’s
power.
17 DC 24V: Connect the adaptor with power cord included in the
package and connect to AC wall outlet for power supply.
6.3 Remote Control
1 POWER:
Press this button to switch the device
ON or to put the device into Standby
mode.
2
2 MUTE:
Press these buttons one time each to
select input source for outputs display.
4 MENU:
Press this button to enter into the OnScreen Menu.
5 EXIT:
Press this button to exit menu
selection.
6 ▲▼◄► & OK:
POWER
HDMI 1
CAT5e/6/7
1
PC
HDMI 2
2
CV
1
3
HDMI 3
Press this button to mute output audio
sound.
3 INPUT:
MUTE
HDMI 4
INPUT
5
EXIT
MENU
-
+
OK
8
ADJUST
RESET
HDMI 1 CAT5e/6/7 1
HDMI 2 CAT5e/6/7 2
HDMI 3
4
6
7
9
HDMI 4
BYPASS
CR-135
Press OK to confirm the selection or use
the directional buttons to navigate the
On-Screen-Menu.
7 ADJUST:
Press this button when output image is not fitting the display's screen
perfectly. The device will auto adjust the image to full screen.
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8 RESET:
Press this button to set the deivice back into the fatory default setting.
9 BYPASS:
Press these buttons to select an input source for Bypass output port to
display.
6.4 IR Pin Assignment
IR Blaster
1 Power
2 IR Blaster Signal
3 NC
IR Receiver
1 IR Signal
2 Power
3 Ground
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6.5 RS-232 Pin Assignment
Scaler
PIN
Assignment
PIN
Assignment
1
NC
1
NC
2
Tx
2
Rx
3
Rx
3
Tx
4
NC
4
NC
5
GND
5
GND
6
NC
6
NC
7
NC
7
NC
8
NC
8
NC
9
NC
9
NC
Baud Rate: 19200bps
Data Bit: 8 bits
Parity: None
Flow Control: None
Stop Bit: 1
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Remote Control
►
◄
6.6 RS-232/Telnet Commands
COMMAND
DESCRIPTION
S SOURCE 1~8
1=HDMI 1
5=HDBT 1
2=HDMI 2
6=HDBT 2
3=HDMI 3
7=PC
4=HDMI 4
8=VIDEO
R SOURCE
Reports the numerical equivalent for SOURCE
setting (as above)
S OUTPUT 0~21
0=640×480
11=1600×1200
1=800×600
12=1920×1080
2=1024×768
13=1920×1200
3=1280×768
14=480p
4=1360×768
[email protected]
5=1280×720
[email protected]
6=1280×800
[email protected]
7=1280×1024
18=576p
8=1440×900
[email protected]
9=1400×1050
[email protected]
10=1680×1050
[email protected]
R OUTPUT
Reports the numerical equivalent for OUTPUT
setting (as above)
S SIZE 0~6
0=OVERSCAN
4=LETTER BOX
1=FULL
5=UNDER 2
2=FOLLOW INPUT
6=UNDER 1
3=PAN SCAN
R SIZE
Reports the numerical equivalent for SIZE setting
(as above)
S INPUTHDCP 0/1
0=OFF 1=ON
R INPUTHDCP
Reports HDMI support HDCP status
S CONTRAST 0~60
Setups the numerical equivalent for CONTRAST
setting (as left)
R CONTRAST
Reports the numerical equivalent for CONTRAST
setting
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COMMAND
DESCRIPTION
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)
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 (as left)
R SHARPNESS
Reports the numerical equivalent for SHARPNESS
setting
S NR 0~3
0=OFF
2=MIDDLE
1=LOW
3=HIGH
R NR
Reports the numerical equivalent for the NOISE
REDUCTION setting (as above)
S VOLUME 0~100
Volume Value
R VOLUME
Reports Volume value
S AUDIO DELAY 0~3
0=OFF
2=110ms
1=40ms
3=150ms
R AUDIO DELAY
Reports the numeric equivalent for AUDIO DELAY
setting (as above)
S AUDIO MUTE 0/1
0=ON
R AUDIO MUTE
Reports the numeric equivalent for AUDIO MUTE
setting (as above)
S HDMIAUDIO 0/1
0=AUTO
1=MUTE
1=EXT.
R HDMIAUDIO
Reports HDMI AUDIO Status
S KEY LOCK 0/1
0=Disable
R KEY LOCK
Reports the numeric equivalent for KEY
1=Enable
LOCK setting (as above)
S FREERUNCOLOR 0/1
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0=Black
1=Blue
COMMAND
DESCRIPTION
R FREERUNCOLOR
Reports the numeric equivalent for FREERUN
Coloursetting (as above)
S HDBTUART 0/1
0=HDBT1
R HDBTUART
Reports the numeric equivalent for HDBT UART
1=HDBT2
setting (as above)
S AUTO SCAN 0/1
0=OFF
R AUTO SCAN
Reports the numeric equivalent for AUTO SCAN
1=ON
setting (as above)
S BYPASS 1~6
1=HDMI 1
1=HDMI 2
3=HDMI 3
R BYPASS
4=HDMI 4
5=HDBT 1
6=HDBT2
Reports the numeric equivalent for BYPASS setting
(as above)
S RESET 1
Setups the numerical equivalent for RESET
setting (as left)
S POWER 0/1
0=OFF
R POWER
Reports the numeric equivalent for POWER setting
(as above)
PORT 0~8
1=HDMI
4=HDMI 4 7=PC
1=ON
2=HDMI 2
5=HDBT 1
3=HDMI 3
6=HDBT 2
8=VIDEO 0=Last Memory
VOL +
Volume Value
VOL -
Volume Value
ST
FW Version & Source
Note:
1.
Only LPCM 2 channel digital audio is supported, please ensure that
the source audio is set to LPCM 2 channel audio in order to avoid
unnecessary audio noise.
2.
RS-232 commands will be not executed unless followed with a carriage
return and LF. Commands are case-insensitive.
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6.7 OSD Menu
1st Layer
DISPLAY
2nd Layer
OUTPUT
SIZE
MODE INFO
INPUT HDCP
(HDMI mode
only)
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3rd Layer
640x480 60
800x600 60
1024x768 60
1280x768 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
OVER SCAN
FULL
FOLLOW INPUT
PAN SCAN
LETTER BOX
UNDER 2
UNDER 1
OFF
INFO
ON
OFF
ON
Remark
1st Layer
DISPLAY (Cont.)
COLOR
AUDIO
SETUP
2nd Layer
PC
3rd Layer
AUTO SETUP
H_POSITION
(PC mode only) V_POSITION
PHASE
CLOCK
WXGA/XGA
RESET
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR
R
G
B
R OFFSET
G OFFSET
B OFFSET
HUE
SATURATION
SHARPNESS
NR.
OFF
LOW
MIDDLE
HIGH
VOLUME
DELAY
OFF
40mS
110mS
150mS
SOUND
ON
MUTE
SOURCE (HDMI AUTO
mode only)
EXT.
FACTORY RESET
KEY LOCK
POWER SAVE
Remark
Yes/No(No)
0~60
0~60
0~31
XGA/WXGA(XGA)
Yes/No(No)
0~60(30)
0~60(30)
0~1023(512)
0~1023(512)
0~1023(512)
0~1023(512)
0~1023(512)
0~1023(512)
0~60(30)
0~60(30)
0~30(0)
0~100(100)
OSD Setting back to
factory default
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
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1st Layer
2nd Layer
IP MODE
SET STATIC IP
3rd Layer
DHCP
STATIC
IP ADDRESS
Remark
0.0.0.0~
255.255.255.255
SUBNET MASK
(192.168.0.1)
0.0.0.0~
255.255.255.255
Def. GATEWAY
(255.255.255.0)
0.0.0.0~
255.255.255.255
(192.168.0.254)
FREERUN
COLOR
MISC.
BLUE
BLOCK
HDBTOUT
HDBT1~2(HDBT1)
(UART1)
Auto Scan
OFF
ON
INFORMATION
INPUT:
OUTPUT:
REVISION:
IP ADDRESS:
Default settings are in brackets ().
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6.8 Telnet Control
Before attempting to use the Telnet control, ensure that both the Scaler
(via the LAN port) and the PC/Laptop or control system being used are
connected to the same active network.
To access the Telnet control in Windows 7, click on the 'Start' menu and
type 'cmd' into the Search field then press Enter (see below for reference).
Under Windows XP, go to the 'Start' menu and click on 'Run', type 'cmd'
then press Enter.
Under Mac OS X, go to the file menu then navigate to
Go→Applications→Utilities→Terminal (see below for reference).
Once in the command line interface (CLI) type 'telnet' along with the IP
address of the unit you wish to control (see below for reference).
This will bring us into the device which we wish to control.
Note: The IP address can be obtained from the OSD menu under Information.
If the IP is changed then the IP Address required for Telnet access will also
needs to be change accordingly.
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Type '?' to list all the available commands (see below for reference).
Note: All commands will not be executed unless followed by a carriage return.
Commands are case-insensitive.
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6.9 WebGUI Control
On a PC/Laptop that is connected to same active network as the Scaler,
open a web browser and type device's IP address on the web address
entry bar. The browser will bring up the control page of the Scaler (see
below for reference).
Note: The IP address can be obtained from the OSD menu under Information.
If the IP is changed then the IP Address required for Telnet access will also
needs to be changed accordingly.
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7. CONNECTION DIAGRAM
Satellite
Receiver
Blu-ray Player
DVD Player
Set-top Box
PC
Games Console
CV &
Analogue
Audio
Inputs
HDMI &
Analogue
Audio
Inputs
Coaxial
Digital &
Analogue
Audio
Outputs
Router with
Internet
Connection
AV Receiver
IR OUT
AUDIO
IR IN
AUDIO
AUDIO 1
AUDIO 2
AUDIO 3
AUDIO 4
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
HDMI 3
HDMI 4
INPUT
DSP PROG.
OUTPUT
CAT5e/6/7
COAX
HDMI 1
ON
SERVICE 1
HDMI 2
OFF
RS-232 Out
LAN
Receiver
CAT5e/6 to HDMI with LAN/IR/RS232
R
L
AUDIO 7
CV
8
BYPASS
CAT5e/6/7
CAT5e/6/7
PC
5
6
7
RS-232
LAN
Power Supply
SERVICE 2
HDMI
HDMI &
Analogue
Audio
Bypass
Outputs
CAT5e/6/7 Output
HDMI Out
VGA &
Analogue
Audio
Inputs
DC 24 V
CAT5e/6/7 Inputs
PC/Laptop
or RS-232
Control
System
RX
HDMI
Outputs
RS-232 In
HDMI In
LAN
TX
Transmitter
HDMI to CAT5e/6 with LAN/IR/RS232
HDMI, LAN
and IR Out
Connections
HDTV
HDMI & LAN
Connections
RS-232 In
HDMI In
LAN
TX
Transmitter
HDMI to CAT5e/6 with LAN/IR/RS232
HDMI, LAN
and RS-232
Connections
Projector
Media Server
Smart TV
1.5m
60°
IR BLASTER
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Blu-ray Player
HDTV
60°
3m
7m
m
3m
IR RECEIVER
8. SPECIFICATIONS
Frequency bandwidth
Up to 10.2Gbps
Input Ports
4x HDMI, 4x L/R, 2x CAT5e/6/7, 1x PC + L/R,
1x CV+L/R, 2x USB (Service only), 1x LAN, 1x RS-232,
1 x IR
Output ports
2x HDMI, 1x HDMI Bypass, 1x CAT5e/6/7, 1x Coaxial,
1x L/R
Resolution
[email protected]/60, [email protected], VGA~WUXGA(RB)
Audio Format
LPCM 2CH
ESD Protection
Human body model:
±8kV (air-gap discharge)
±4kV (contact discharge)
Power Supply
24VDC/2.7A (US/EU standards, CE/FCC/UL certified)
Dimensions
438mm (W) x 269mm (D) x 44mm (H)/Jack
Excluded
438mm (W) x 275mm (D) x 44mm (H)/Jack
Included
Weight
3410g
Chassis Material
Metal
Silkscreen 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 (no condensation)
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8.1 Input Resolution Support
INPUT RESOLUTION
CV
PC
HDMI
NTSC/PAL

-
-
480i/576i
-
-

480p/576p
-
-

[email protected]/60 Hz
-
-

[email protected]/60 Hz
-
-

[email protected]/60 Hz
-
-

[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
-




1920×[email protected]
[email protected]/25/30 Hz
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
8.2 Output Resolution Support
OUTPUT RESOLUTION
HDMI
480p/576p

[email protected]/60 Hz

[email protected]/60 Hz

[email protected]/60 Hz

[email protected] Hz

[email protected] Hz

[email protected] Hz

[email protected] Hz

[email protected] Hz
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9. ACRONYMS
ACRONYM
COMPLETE TERM
COMP
Component Video
CV
Composite Video
DVI
Digital Visual Interface
EDID
Extended Display Identification Data
HDCP
High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection
HDMI
High-Definition Multimedia Interface
IR
Infrared
OSD
On-screen Display (Menu)
USB
Universal Serial Bus
UXGA
Ultra Extended Graphics Array
VGA
Video Graphics Array
XGA
Extended Graphics Array
WUXGA
Wide Ultra Extended Graphics Array
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Email: [email protected]
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