Gefen EXT-DVI-848 Owner Manual
®
8x8 DVI Matrix
EXT-DVI-848
User Manual
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Rev A8
CONTENTS
1
Introduction
2
Operation Notes
3
Features
4
8x8 DVI Matrix Front Panel Layout
5
8x8 DVI Matrix Front Panel Descriptions
6
8x8 DVI Matrix Back Panel Layout
7
8x8 DVI Matrix Back Panel Descriptions
8
EXT-RMT-Matrix-848 Panel Layout
9
EXT-RMT-Matrix-848 Panel Descriptions
10 Connecting And Operating The 8x8 DVI Matrix
11 8x8 DVI Matrix Remote Description & Operation
12 RMT-848IR IR Channel Configuration
13 EXT-RMT-Matrix-848 Remote Operation
14 RMT-8-IR IR Channel Configuration
15 RS-232 Serial Control Interface
16 Network Cable Wiring Diagram
17 Appendix A
19 Appendix B
24 Specifications
25 Warranty
INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of the 8x8 DVI Matrix. Your complete
satisfaction is very important to us.
Gefen
Gefen delivers innovative, progressive computer and electronics add-on solutions
that harness integration, extension, distribution and conversion technologies.
Gefen’s reliable, plug-and-play products supplement cross-platform computer
systems, professional audio/video environments and HDTV systems of all sizes
with hard-working solutions that are easy to implement and simple to operate.
The Gefen 8x8 DVI Matrix
Now you can easily combine eight cross-platform computers and eight digital
displays without networking. Our 8x8 DVI Matrix provides a simple, reliable and
highly effective method of creating multiple computer workstations, with each
workstation capable of accessing any one of the computers or sources at any
time by remote control. You also have the option of setting up the eight stations
locally or extending them with a Gefen extender.
How It Works
The 8x8 Matrix has eight DVI inputs and eight DVI outputs. You simply connect
your eight computer DVI ports to the 8x8 Matrix inputs, then connect your eight
DVI displays to the 8x8 Matrix outputs.
1
OPERATION NOTES
READ THESE NOTES BEFORE INSTALLING OR
OPERATING THE 8X8 DVI MATRIX
•
The 8x8 DVI Matrix is HDCP compliant when used in EDID pass-through
mode (when a single DVI input is mapped to a single DVI output). Additional
Matrix outputs which attempt to route video signals to a source device that
has already made an HDCP connection with an HDCP-compliant display will
not be able to display an image.
•
By default, EDID routing is based on the first connected source and display.
For example, if monitor A is the first display to connect to source 1 its EDID
will be used. All other displays that connect to source 1 thereafter will
have its EDID ignored. If display 1 switches to another source a hot-plug
signal will be sent and the EDID from the next display that is connected, in
numerical order, will be used.
•
The Status Output display will only list the current display/source routing.
•
There is no internal scaling in the 8x8 DVI Matrix. All of the attached
monitors must be able to display the resolutions output by the source
devices. For maximum compatibility it is recommended that only one
compatible/common resolution be used by all of the source devices.
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FEATURES
Features
•
Increases your productivity by providing access to eight computers from
eight workstations
•
Maintains beautiful, sharp HDTV resolutions up to 1080p, 2K, and
1920x1200
•
Discrete IR remote control included
•
Long-distance remote control at distances of up to 330 feet using optional
wired CAT5 cabled remotes
•
Serial RS232 port for remote control via computer or a control automation
device such as Crestron
•
Supports DDWG standards for DVI monitors.
Package Includes
(1) 8x8 DVI Matrix
(1) RMT-848IR IR Remote Control
(1) 24V DC Power Supply
(8) 6-foot DVI cables
(1) Rack Ears
(1) User’s Manual
3
1
2
3
8X8 DVI MATRIX FRONT PANEL LAYOUT
4
8X8 DVI MATRIX FRONT PANEL DESCRIPTIONS
1
LED Status Display
This display will list the current display/source routes.
Monitor (A~H)
Selected Source (1~8)
MON: ABCDEFGH
DVI: 12345678
Monitor Output’s are labeled 1 through 8 on the rear panel of the 8x8 DVI
Matrix. These numbers correspond to the letters A through H on the LED Status
Display. The top row of letters will remain static while each input number below
will represent which source each of the displays are currently viewing.
HPD (Hot Plug Detect)
Whenever a display is connected/disconnected an HPD event will occur. This
will be displayed on the LED Status Display. A 2 stage status update will occur
whenever a HPD event occurs
1.
2.
MON: ABCDEFGH
HPD: HLLLLLLL
The first stage will return the HPD status for all
outputs. H means that the HPD status is HIGH and an L indicates that the
HPD status is LOW. In the example above, all outputs except for A has an
HPD that is LOW, while output A has an HPD that is HIGH.
MON: ABCDEFGH
DDC: MSSSSSSS
The second stage will return the active monitor
status for all outputs. M means that a monitor has been detected and an S
indicates that no monitor is attached or is active. In the example above, all
outputs except for A are not detecting a monitor, while output A detects a
monitor on its output.
3
IR Receiver
Use the included RMT-848IR remote control to route video to the different
displays.
4
Power LED Indicator
This input indicator will become active once the included 24V DC power adapter
has been properly connected.
5
18
10
1
19
2
11
20
3
12
21
4
13
22
5
14
6
23
15
7
24
16
8
25
27
17
26
9
8X8 DVI MATRIX BACK PANEL LAYOUT
6
8X8 DVI MATRIX BACK PANEL DESCRIPTIONS
1-8
Optional Remote Switching Ports
Ports 1 through 8 are used for remote switching using the optional
component EXT-RMT-MATRIX-848.
9
RS-232 Serial Control Interface
This port is used for serial communication for multiple functions. Access to
certain features are only through the RS-232 interface.
10-17
DVI Input Ports
Connect up to 8 DVI sources to DVI Input Ports 1 through 8.
18-25
DVI Output Ports
Connect up to 8 DVI displays to DVI Output Ports 1 through 8. These
output ports correspond to Monitors A through H on the LED Status
Display.
26
24V DC Power Input
Connect the included 24V DC power supply to this input.
27
IR Extender mini-jack input
Connect the optional separately-sold Gefen IR Extender (shown below) to
this input to conceal the Matrix and expose only the IR sensor, extend the
range of the IR remote, or simply beautify installations by creating a sleek,
custom appearance to the A/V setup.
Gefen’s IR Extender, part # EXT-RMT-EXTIR
7
EXT-RMT-MATRIX-848 PANEL LAYOUT
Front Panel
1
2
3
Back Panel
4
(PRODUCT SOLD SEPARATELY)
8
5
6
EXT-RMT-MATRIX-848 PANEL DESCRIPTIONS
1
Direct Select Buttons
When this unit is attached to a CAT-5 port that corresponds to a display on
the 8x8 DVI Matrix, use buttons 1 through 8 to select what source that display
will be viewing. Buttons 1 through 8 directly correspond to DVI source inputs 1
through 8 on the 8x8 DVI Matrix.
2
IR Receiver
This port will receive commands from the RMT-8-IR remote control (included
with the EXT-RMT-MATRIX-848) for remote controlled switching at the extended
location.
3
Active Input LED Indicator
1 through 8 LED indicators that will visually acknowledge which source is
currently selected.
4
CAT-5 Input Port
Connect a CAT-5 cable between this port and the CAT-5 remote switching ports
(Item 1 through 8 on page 6) for remote switching.
5
IR EXTension Eye
Connect the optional IR Receiver Extender (part# EXT-RMT-EXTIR) to this port.
6
RS-232 Serial Control Port
This port can be used to control switching via RS-232 serial communication.
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CONNECTING AND OPERATING THE 8X8 DVI MATRIX
How to Connect the 8x8 DVI Matrix
1.
Connect up to 8 DVI sources to the DVI Input ports on the 8x8 DVI Matrix
using the supplied DVI cables.
2.
Connect up to 8 DVI displays to the DVI Output ports on the 8x8 DVI Matrix
using user supplied DVI cables.
3.
Optionally connect up to 8 remote switching units (Part# EXT-RMT-MATRIX848) to the RJ-45 Input ports on the rear panel on the 8x8 DVI Matrix using
user supplied CAT-5, CAT-5e or CAT-6.
NOTE: Maximum extension of the EXT-RMT-MATRIX-848 units are 330 Feet
(100 Meters).
Operating the 8x8 DVI Matrix
There are 2 main ways to control the 8x8 DVI Matrix. Local and remote control.
Local control is done using the included RMT-848IR remote control. Remote
control is done using the optional EXT-RMT-MATRIX-848 switching units.
Local Control
To control the unit locally, please use the included RMT-848IR remote control.
Please see page 12 for usage information.
Remote control
To control the unit remotely, please use the EXT-RMT-MATRIX-848 remote
switcher. Each remote switcher has 8 direct select push-buttons that correspond
to DVI inputs 1 through 8. Press the push-button corresponding to the desired
source for viewing. There is also the option to use RS-232 switching via the RS232 port located on the rear panel of the EXT-RMT-MATRIX-848.
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8X8 DVI MATRIX REMOTE DESCRIPTION & OPERATION
How to Route Sources to Displays
Input Sources and Displays connect to the Matrix on the rear panel. Sources use
input connectors 1 thru 8 while Displays use connectors A thru H. Please see page 6
for the Matrix Back Panel Layout diagram for details.
Routing a Source to a Display is done with the RMT-848IR Remote Control unit,
shown immediately below.
Number Keys (Sources)
Letter Keys (Displays)
Routing is done in two simple steps. There is one button-press for each step. For
example, here is how to route Source 4 to Display C:
1. Press the “C” letter key on the Remote once to select Output/Display “C”.
2. Press the “4” number key once to select Input Source 4.
Source 4 will now be routed to Display C and a crisp, vibrant picture of the Source 4
will now appear on Display C. The LCD Display will show the route created (circled
below):
MON: ABCDEFGH
DVI: 12445678
Repeat these steps to route any video source to any display.
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RMT-848IR IR CHANNEL CONFIGURATION
The RMT-848IR remote control has 4 discrete channels for use if the default IR
code set conflicts with other remote control commands in your setup. There are 2
DIP Switches underneath the battery on the RMT-848IR remote control. These DIP
Switches must match the IR channel in use on the 8x8 DVI Matrix. The underside
of the 8x8 DVI has multiple banks of DIP Switches. Please see the diagram of the
8x8 DVI Matrix below for the correct bank and DIP Switches that are used for IR
channel configuration. Information on the remaining DIP Switch banks can be found
in Appendix A. See below for DIP Switch configurations for each of the available
remote channels.
8x8 DVI Matrix DIP Switches
RMT-848IR DIP Switches
IR CHANNEL CONFIGURATION
8x8 DVI Matrix
RMT-848IR REMOTE CONTROL
Remote Channel 1:
Default
Remote Channel 1:
Default
Remote Channel 2:
1
1
2
Remote Channel 3:
2
1
2
2
Remote Channel 3:
Remote Channel 4:
1
Remote Channel 2:
1
12
2
1
2
Remote Channel 4:
1
2
1
2
EXT-RMT-MATRIX-848 REMOTE OPERATION
(PRODUCT SOLD SEPARATELY)
Once the EXT-RMT-MATRIX-848 Remote is installed and connected to a remote
output port on the 8x8 DVI Matrix, use the direct selection buttons to chose a source
to view. Once a source is chosen, its corresponding LED should become active.
Optionally, switching can be done using the RMT-8-IR remote control included with
the optional EXT-RMT-MATRIX-848 or through the RS-232 serial communications
port on the rear panel.
LED Indicator
Input Selection
Buttons
(REMOTE SOLD SEPARATELY)
The RMT-8-IR remote control can be used to select the source that will be displayed
on the monitor connected to the EXT-RMT-MATRIX-848.
RMT-8-IR Button
DVI Source
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
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RMT-8-IR IR CHANNEL CONFIGURATION
The RMT-8-IR remote control (included with purchase of the EXT-RMT-MATRIX-848)
has 4 discrete IR channels for use if the default IR code set conflicts with other
remote control commands in your setup. There are 2 DIP Switches underneath the
battery compartment cover on the RMT-8-IR remote control that must match DIP
Switches on the EXT-RMT-MATRIX-848. There are 4 DIP Switches located on the
underside of the EXT-RMT-MATRIX-848. DIP Switches 1 and 2 on the EXT-RMTMATRIX-848 correspond to DIP Switches 1 and 2 on the RMT-8-IR remote control.
See below for DIP Switch configuration of each of the available remote channels.
RMT-8-IR DIP Switches
RMT-8-IR REMOTE CONTROL
Remote Channel 1:
Default
Remote Channel 2:
1
2
Remote Channel 3:
1
2
1
2
Remote Channel 4:
1
2
EXT-RMT-MATRIX-848
Remote Channel 1:
Default
Remote Channel 2:
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
Remote Channel 3:
Remote Channel 4:
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
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RS-232 SERIAL CONTROL INTERFACE
54321
12345
9876
6789
Only Pins 2 (RX), 3 (TX), and 5 (Ground) are used on the RS-232 serial interface
RS232 Settings
Bits per second ................................................................................................. 19200
Data bits .................................................................................................................... 8
Parity .................................................................................................................. None
Stop bits .....................................................................................................................1
Flow Control ....................................................................................................... None
Please see Appendix B for information on the available RS-232 commands.
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NETWORK CABLE WIRING DIAGRAM
Gefen has specifically engineered their products to work with the TIA/EIA-568-B
specification. Please adhere to the table below when field terminating cable for
use with Gefen products. Failure to do so may produce unexpected results and
reduced performance.
Pin
Color
1
Orange / White
2
Orange
3
Green / White
4
Blue
5
Blue / White
6
Green
7
Brown / White
8
Brown
12345678
CAT-5, CAT-5e, and CAT-6 cabling comes in stranded and solid core types.
Gefen recommends using solid core cabling. CAT-6 cable is also recommended
for best results.
Each cable run must be one continuous run from one end to the other. No splices
or use of punch down blocks.
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APPENDIX A
The 8X8 DVI Matrix has 4 banks of DIP Switches located on the underside of the
main unit. This section will outline the function of each DIP Switch bank.
DIP SWITCH BANKS
Front Panel
Bank A
Bank B
Bank C
Bank D
Rear Panel
DIP Switch Bank
Description
A
RMT-848IR channel configuration
B
Monitor Pre-Emphasis
C
EDID Pass Through
D
Individual +5V Enable for Fiber Optic extenders
DIP SWITCH BANK A
DIP Switch
Description
1
RMT-848IR remote control channel configuration. This
setting must match DIP Switch 1 on the RMT-848IR remote
control.
2
RMT-848IR remote control channel configuration. This
setting must match DIP Switch 2 on the RMT-848IR remote
control.
3
NOT USED
4
NOT USED
5
NOT USED
6
NOT USED
7
NOT USED
8
General +5V enable on all outputs for use with fiber optic
products that require 5V for operation.
[OFF] Feature disabled [ON] +5V DC enabled.
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APPENDIX A
DIP SWITCH BANK B
DIP Switch Monitor
Description
1
A
[OFF] 0 db pre-emphasis, [ON] 6 db pre-emphasis
2
B
[OFF] 0 db pre-emphasis, [ON] 6 db pre-emphasis
3
C
[OFF] 0 db pre-emphasis, [ON] 6 db pre-emphasis
4
D
[OFF] 0 db pre-emphasis, [ON] 6 db pre-emphasis
5
E
[OFF] 0 db pre-emphasis, [ON] 6 db pre-emphasis
6
F
[OFF] 0 db pre-emphasis, [ON] 6 db pre-emphasis
7
G
[OFF] 0 db pre-emphasis, [ON] 6 db pre-emphasis
8
H
[OFF] 0 db pre-emphasis, [ON] 6 db pre-emphasis
DIP SWITCH BANK C
DIP Switch Input
Description
1
1
[OFF] EDID pass-through [ON] EDID set to LOCAL
2
2
[OFF] EDID pass-through [ON] EDID set to LOCAL
3
3
[OFF] EDID pass-through [ON] EDID set to LOCAL
4
4
[OFF] EDID pass-through [ON] EDID set to LOCAL
5
5
[OFF] EDID pass-through [ON] EDID set to LOCAL
6
6
[OFF] EDID pass-through [ON] EDID set to LOCAL
7
7
[OFF] EDID pass-through [ON] EDID set to LOCAL
8
8
[OFF] EDID pass-through [ON] EDID set to LOCAL
DIP SWITCH BANK D
DIP Switch
Input
Description
1
1
[OFF] +5V disabled [ON] +5V enabled
2
2
[OFF] +5V disabled [ON] +5V enabled
3
3
[OFF] +5V disabled [ON] +5V enabled
4
4
[OFF] +5V disabled [ON] +5V enabled
5
5
[OFF] +5V disabled [ON] +5V enabled
6
6
[OFF] +5V disabled [ON] +5V enabled
7
7
[OFF] +5V disabled [ON] +5V enabled
8
8
[OFF] +5V disabled [ON] +5V enabled
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EDID MANAGEMENT QUICK START GUIDE
To use EDID Management functions, the EDID mode must be changed from
Pass-Through to LOCAL. Please follow the steps below to set this mode.
NOTE: LOCAL EDID mode does not support HDCP.
1.
Locate Bank C on the underside of the 8x8 DVI Matrix.
2.
Each input has a DIP switch associated with it. Select the inputs that will be
changed to LOCAL mode and flip their DIP switch to the ON position. By
default, all DIP switches are in the Pass-Through mode (OFF).
Once the selected inputs are in LOCAL mode an EDID can then be set for each
input. Follow the commands below to quickly load an EDID into the LOCAL bank
of each input. These instructions use the Windows application Hyperterminal. For
details on these and other RS-232 commands please see appendix B.
1.
Connect a computer to the 8x8 DVI Matrix’s RS-232 port.
2.
Use the RS-232 settings on page 15 to open a connection with the 8x8 DVI
Matrix from the computer using the Hyperterminal application.
3.
To store an EDID of a connected display into a LOCAL storage location, type
in the following command:
#EDIDDSTOLO A 1
This example will store the EDID from the monitor connected to output
A to input 1. Simply modify the monitor and input characters to route any
monitor’s EDID to any input’s LOCAL storage.
This command supports multiple LOCAL storage parameters. For example,
to store the EDID from the monitor connected to the output A to the LOCAL
storage locations for all inputs (1 through 8), type the following command:
#EDIDDSTOLO A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
4.
To check the EDID of a connected monitor, type the following command:
#PRDSEDID A 1
This example will check the EDID from the monitor connected to output A.
Simply modify the monitor character (A-H) to check a different output
monitor’s EDID.
5.
To check the EDID stored in any input’s LOCAL storage, type the following
command:
#PRLOEDID 1 1
This example will check the EDID that is stored in the LOCAL storage bank
for input 1. Simply modify the input character (1-8) to check a different
input’s stored LOCAL EDID.
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APPENDIX B
The 8X8 DVI Matrix uses RS-232 serial communication for access to a number
of features. Please us this section for EDID storing, calling, and routing functions.
REMOTE FUNCTION
The remote functions are used to modify the setting of the product, such as: Input
to output routing, EDID memory management etc. These functions are available
only via serial communications on the RS-232 port.
HELP FUNCTION
To reference the commands listed in the following pages, simply type HELP and
then enter key to display a list of the available commands.
EDID STORAGE LOCATIONS
There are 2 storage locations for EDIDs.
The main storage location is located right in front of each input. These eight
locations will transmit an EDID directly to the source devices connected to each
input. These eight locations will be referred to as LOCAL in the following section.
The second storage location is an EDID storage bank that can support up to
seven EDIDs. Any EDID in this bank can then be uploaded to some or all of
the LOCAL EDID storage locations for use by the source devices. This storage
location will be referred to as the EDID BANK in the following section.
Modify By Shortcut
Switching Command
First character indicates the output monitor. Second character indicates the input
number.
Example: ‘A5’ routes input 5 to output monitor A
Matrix Status Command
The ‘M’ or ‘m’ command will return the current routing state.
Shortcut Routing Command
This command sets the matrix routing state according to a preset routing state.
First character is ‘S’ or ‘s’, second character indicates the state that is set by
function #PSASRS or #MSASRS (please see page 24)
Setting Function Menu
The ‘P’ or ‘p’ command will return the settings function menu.
Modify By Function
The syntax for each function is always the same. The ‘#” character is the start
flag followed by the function name in capital letter and a space. The space tells
the MCU that the function name is ending. Finally, the parameters required for
each function are separated by a space and ending by the ‘\r’ character or “Enter”
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APPENDIX B
Example: #FunctionName_param1_param2_param3_param4…\r
Set Preset Routing State
This function enables the user to determine up to 10 routing states to save in
memory.
#PSASRS_param1_param2_param3_param4_param5_param6_param7_
param8_param9\r
Parameter
Name
Value
1
Routing state
[0:9]
2
Input route to MONITOR A
[1:8]
3
Input route to MONITOR B
[1:8]
4
Input route to MONITOR C
[1:8]
5
Input route to MONITOR D
[1:8]
6
Input route to MONITOR E
[1:8]
7
Input route to MONITOR F
[1:8]
8
Input route to MONITOR G
[1:8]
9
Input route to MONITOR H
[1:8]
Set Current Matrix As Routing State
#MSASRS_param1\r
Parameter
Name
Value
1
Routing state
[0:9]
Print Routing State Table
#PRRS\r
Mask Outputs
This function masks the output by by setting the DS HPD to low.
#MASK_param1[_param2][_param3][_param4][_param5]
[_param6][_param7][_param8]\r
Parameter
Name
Value
1 (2-8 optionally)
MONITOR
[A : H]
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APPENDIX B
Unmask Masked Outputs
This function unmasks outputs that were masked by “#MASK”
#UNMASK_param1[_param2][_param3][_param4][_param5]
[_param6][_param7][_param8]\r
Parameter
Name
Value
1 (2-8 optionally)
MONITOR
[A : H]
RMT-848IR Address
This function set the remote channel that must match the GEFEN RMT-848IR
remote control.
#RMT_param1\r
Parameter
Value
1
[0:3]
DS EDID Store In Locals Edid
This function reads EDID file from DS and store it in any input Locals EDID.
#EDIDDSTOLO_param1_param2[_param3][_param4][_param5] [_param6]
[_param7][_param8][_param9]\r
Parameter
Name
Value
1
MONITOR
[A:H]
2 (3-9 optionally)
INPUT
[1:8]
DS EDID Store In EDID Bank
This function reads EDID file from DS and store it in EDID bank.
#EDIDDSTOBA_param1_param2\r
Parameter
Name
Value
1
MONITOR
[A:H]
2
EDID bank offset
[1:7]
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APPENDIX B
EDID From Bank Store In Locals EDID
This function reads an EDID file from the EDID bank and stores it in any Input’s
local EDID.
#EDIDBATOLO_param1_param2[_param3][_param4][_param5][_param6]
[_param7][_param8][_param9]\r
Parameter
Name
Value
1
EDID bank offset
[1:7]
2 (3-9 optionally)
INPUT
[1:8]
Route Input DDC To Local EDID
This function routes the Input DDC to the Local EDID.
#DDCTOLO_param1\r
Parameter
Name
Value
1
INPUT
[1:8]
Print DS EDID
This function reads the DS EDID file and sends it to the serial port.
#PRDSEDID_param1_param2\r
Parameter
Name
Value
1
MONITOR
[A:H]
Send BIN file
0
Send TXT file
1
2
Print Local EDID
This function reads the Input Local EDID file and sends it to the serial port.
#PRLOEDID_param1_param2\r
Parameter
Name
Value
1
INPUT
[1:8]
Send BIN file
0
Send TXT file
1
2
Print EDID Bank
This function reads the EDID file from the EDID bank and send it to the serial
port.
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APPENDIX B
#PRBAEDID_param1_param2\r
Parameter
Name
Value
1
EDID bank offset
[1:7]
Send BIN file
0
Send TXT file
1
2
Print EDID Setting
This function sends the EDID setting table to the serial port.
#PRSEEDID\r
Load EDID To Locals EDID
These functions will load an EDID file through the serial port and store it in any
Input’s Local EDID.
#LOEDIDTOLO_param1_param2_param3[_param4][_param5][_param6]
[_param7][_param8][_param9][_param10]\r
Parameter
1
2
3 (4-10 optionally)
Name
Value
Semi echo mode
0
Full echo mode
1
EDID.bin file (256 bytes)
1
EDID.bin file (256 bytes)
2
INPUT
[1:8]
Load EDID To EDID Bank
This function loads and EDID through the serial port and store it in the EDID
bank.
#LOEDIDTOBA_param1_param2\r
Parameter
1
2
3
Name
Value
Semi echo mode
0
Full echo mode
1
EDID.bin file (256 bytes)
1
EDID.bin file (256 bytes)
2
EDID bank offset
[1:7]
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APPENDIX B
Set Output Pre Emphasis
This function will set output Pre Emphasis in db.
#PE_param1_param2\r
Parameter
Name
Value
1
MONITOR
[A:H]
2
Pre Emp. level [db]
[0,2,4,6]
Set Default Setting
This function will set the product back to its default setting.
1.
2.
Routing state will be INPUT1-MONA, INPUT2-MONB, …,
All the features with default to how the hardware switches are set.
The DVI and HDMI 8x8 has the following shortcut routing commands. If the user
has not changed these commands, the routing will be as follows:
‘s0’ - Route 1-A, 2-B, 3-C ...
‘sx’ - All outputs to input x
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SPECIFICATIONS
Video Amplifier Bandwidth ................................................... 165 MHz per channel
Single Link Range .............................................. 1080p (HDTV) / 1920x1200 (PC)
Input Video Signal .............................................................................. 1.2 Volts p-p
Input DDC Signal ......................................................................... 5 Volts p-p (TTL)
Remote Control Ports .................................. One RS232 female, One mini-stereo
Rack mountable ............................................... 2U rack space, rack ears included
DVI Connector ................................................... DVI-I 29 Pin Female (digital only)
Power Supply ............................................................................................ 24V DC
Power Consumption ....................................................................... 60 Watts (max)
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WARRANTY
For the latest warranty coverage information, refer to the Warranty and Return
Policy under the Connect section of the Gefen website at http://www.gefen.com/
connect/warranty-and-return-policy
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Rev A8
20600 Nordhoff St., Chatsworth CA 91311
1-800-545-6900
818-772-9100
www.gefen.com
fax: 818-772-9120
support@gefen.com
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