Extron TLP 710TV Manual

Extron TLP 710TV Manual

User Guide

TouchLink

®

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV

TouchLink Touchpanel Control Systems

68-2028-01 Rev. D 01 19

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Copyright

© 2011 - 2019 Extron Electronics. All rights reserved.

Trademarks

All trademarks mentioned in this guide are the properties of their respective owners.

The following registered trademarks®, registered service marks(SM), and trademarks(TM) are the property of RGB Systems, Inc. or Extron Electronics (see the current list of trademarks on the

Terms of Use

page at

www.extron.com

):

Registered Trademarks ( ® )

Cable Cubby, ControlScript, CrossPoint, DTP, eBUS, EDID Manager, EDID Minder, Extron, Flat Field, FlexOS, Glitch Free, Global Configurator, Global Scripter, GlobalViewer, Hideaway, HyperLane, IP Intercom, IP Link, Key Minder, LinkLicense, LockIt, MediaLink, MediaPort, NetPA, PlenumVault, PoleVault, PowerCage, PURE3, Quantum, Show Me, SoundField, SpeedMount, SpeedSwitch, StudioStation, System 

INTEGRATOR

, TeamWork, TouchLink, V-Lock, VideoLounge, VN-Matrix, VoiceLift, WallVault, WindoWall, XTP, XTP Systems, and ZipClip

Registered Service Mark (SM) :

S3 Service Support Solutions

Trademarks ( ™ )

AAP, AFL (Accu-Rate Frame Lock), ADSP (Advanced Digital Sync Processing), Auto-Image, AVEdge, CableCover, CDRS (Class D Ripple Suppression), Codec Connect, DDSP (Digital Display Sync Processing), DMI (Dynamic Motion Interpolation), Driver Configurator, DSP Configurator, DSVP (Digital Sync Validation Processing), eLink, EQIP, Everlast, FastBite, FOX, FOXBOX, IP Intercom HelpDesk, MAAP, MicroDigital, Opti-Torque, PendantConnect, ProDSP, QS-FPC (QuickSwitch Front Panel Controller), Room Agent, Scope-Trigger, ShareLink, SIS, Simple Instruction Set, Skew-Free, SpeedNav, Triple-Action Switching, True4K, Vector™ 4K, WebShare, XTRA, and ZipCaddy

FCC Class A Notice

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. The Class A limits provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause interference. This interference must be corrected at the expense of the user.

NOTES:

This unit was tested with shielded I/O c ables on the peripheral devices. Shielded cables must be used to ensure compliance with FCC emissions limits.

For more information on safety guidelines, regulatory compliances, EMI/EMF compatibility, accessibility, and related topics, see the

Extron Safety and Regulatory Compliance Guide

on the Extron website.

Battery Notice

This product contains a battery.

Extron Warranty

Do not open the unit to replace the battery.

section on the last page of this guide).

If the battery needs replacing, return the entire unit to Extron (for the correct address, see the CAUTION: Risk of Explosion if Battery is replaced by an Incorrect Type. Dispose of Used Batteries According to the Instructions.

ATTENTION : Risque d’explosion. Ne pas remplacer la pile par le mauvais type de pile. Débarrassez-vous des piles utilisées selon le mode d’emploi.

Conventions Used in this Guide

Notifications

In this user guide, the following are used: WARNING: Potential risk of severe injury or death.

AVERTISSEMENT : Risque potentiel de blessure grave ou de mort.

CAUTION: Risk of minor personal injury.

ATTENTION : Risque de blessure mineure.

ATTENTION:

Risk of property damage.

Risque de dommages matériels.

NOTE: A note draws attention to important information.

Software Commands

Commands are written in the fonts shown here: ^AR Merge Scene,,Op1 scene 1,1 ^B 51 ^W^C [01] R 0004 00300 00400 00800 00600 [02] 35 [17] [03] E X!

* X1& * X2) * X2# * X2!

CE } NOTE: For commands and examples of computer or device responses mentioned in this guide, the character “ 0 ” is used for the number zero and “ O ” represents the capital letter “ o ”.

Computer responses and directory paths that do not have variables are written in the font shown here: Reply from 208.132.180.48: bytes=32 times=2ms TTL=32 C:\Program Files\Extron Variables are written in slanted form as shown here: ping

xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

—t SOH R

Data

STX

Command

ETB ETX Selectable items, such as menu names, menu options, buttons, tabs, and field names are written in the font shown here: From the

File

menu, select

New

.

Click the

OK

button.

Specifications Availability

Product specifications are available on the Extron website,

www.extron.com

.

Extron Glossary of Terms

A glossary of terms is available at

www.extron.com/technology/glossary.aspx

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Contents

Introduction ....................................................

1

About the TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV ............ 1 Features .......................................................... 1

Requirements .................................................. 2 Computer .................................................... 2 Other Hardware ........................................... 2

Application Diagram ........................................ 3

Installation Overview .....................................

4

Panel Features ...............................................

6

TLP 710MV Front Panel Features and Operations ............................................... 6

Reset Buttons and LED ............................... 7

TLP 710MV Rear Panel Features and Connections ............................................ 8

TLP 710TV Front Panel Features and Operations ............................................. 13

TLP 710TV Rear Panel Features and Connections .......................................... 14

Initial Calibration .........................................

18

Accessing the Internal On-screen Menus ....... 18 Main Screen .................................................. 18

Volume Screen .............................................. 19

Time Screen .................................................. 20 Network Screen ............................................. 20

Video Screen ................................................. 21 Touch Calibration Screen ............................... 21

Configuration Software ...............................

22

Configuration Software .................................. 22

Software Installation....................................... 23 Downloading and Installing Software from the Extron Website ........................... 23

Touchpanel Web Pages ................................. 24

Updating Firmware ........................................ 27 Downloading Firmware .............................. 27 Using Extron Firmware Loader ................... 27

Using GUI Configurator .............................. 28 Using the Touchpanel Webpage ................ 28

Using GUI Configurator .................................. 29

Using Global Configurator .............................. 34

Mounting ......................................................

39

Rack Mounting the TLP 710MV ..................... 39 Rack Mounting the TLP 710MV ................. 39 Underwriters Laboratories Guidelines for Rack Mounting .................................... 39

Wall Mounting the TLP 710MV ...................... 40

Wall Mounting the TLP 710MV with a Wall Box ............................................. 41 Furniture Mounting the TLP 710MV ............... 41

Desktop Mounting the TLP 710TV ................. 42 Placement without a Mounting Kit ............. 42 Placement with a Kensington Security Lock............................................ 42

Mounting with a Swivel Mount Adapter ...... 43 Removing the TLP 710TV Base for VESA Mounting ............................................ 43

VESA Mounting the TLP 710TV ..................... 45

Reset Modes ................................................

46

Use Factory Firmware .................................... 46 Activation ................................................... 46 Result ........................................................ 46

Run or Stop Events ....................................... 47 Activation ................................................... 47 Result ........................................................ 47 Reset All IP Settings ...................................... 47 Activation ................................................... 47 Result ........................................................ 47

Reset to Factory Defaults .............................. 48 Activation ................................................... 48 Result ........................................................ 48

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Contents vii

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Contents viii

Introduction

This guide describes the function, installation, and operation of the TouchLink TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV touchpanels. Unless otherwise stated, the terms TLP 710 Series, TLP 710, and TouchLink touchpanel refer to both models.

This section contains the following information: • •

About the TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV Features

• •

Requirements

Application Diagram

About the TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV

Each unit has a 7-inch widescreen LCD display with a resolution of 800x480. The screen displays graphic objects and text, which are associated with user-defined functions. The touch overlay screen allows the user to initiate or activate functions by touching the objects on the screen. The screen layout is designed with the Extron GUI Configurator software. The functions are assigned to the screen objects with the Extron Global Configurator software. The user can define the graphics and the functions associated with those graphics, providing versatility and adaptability to the configuration and control of an AV system.

A motion sensor, light sensor, and a speaker provide sleep mode, auto dimming, and audible feedback.

The TLP 710MV can be wall or rack mounted.

The TLP 710TV can be placed on a desktop or VESA ® mounted on a wall or furniture, using an appropriate mounting kit (not provided).

Features

• • • • • • •

7-inch color LCD touchscreen

— displays a range of graphic objects and text on a 800x480 resolution screen with 18-bit color depth.

Full-motion video display

— for preview and monitoring using Extron twisted pair technology.

Built-in MTP

—a twisted pair receiver accepts either S-video or composite video signals over standard CAT 5-type cable. Provides integration flexibility and aids in cable management by minimizing the number of connections at the touchpanel.

Compatible with all IP Link control processors.

Power over the Ethernet (PoE)

power injector included.

— allows the touchpanel to receive power and control over a single CAT 5-type cable, eliminating the need for a local power supply -

Fully configurable

— using Extron GUI Configurator and Global Configurator with ready-to-use templates.On-screen graphics and text, as well as the functions associated with them, can be easily changed to adapt the control panel to the evolving needs of the system, avoiding the need for additional control modules.

Ethernet connection

— provides an inexpensive, easily installed cabling option for connecting products located anywhere else on the network.

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Introduction 1

• • • • • • • •

Supports the Extron Control App.

Configurable red and green status lights

— can be used to indicate room availability.

Light sensor

— adjusts screen brightness as the ambient room lighting changes.

Energy-saving features:

- Adjustable sleep timer puts touchpanel into sleep mode - Motion detector wakes touchpanel

Automatic clock synchronization with controller

— for accurate time and date display

Built-in speaker

— provides audio for the full-motion video preview and audible feedback from button presses.

Multiple mounting options

The TLP 710MV mounts on a wall, lectern, or any flat surface.

The TLP 710TV can sit on a tabletop or be wall-mounted with a VESA mounting kit. It has a weighted base that allows up to 45° of tilt. Kensington lock support allows the touchpanel to be locked to a table or other flat surface.

Color options

— The TLP 710MV is available in black or white.

Requirements

Computer

For a complete list of the requirements for running GUI Configurator or Global Configurator, see

www.extron.com

for that software.

NOTES:

Use Global Configurator 3.3 or a later version and GUI Configurator 1.3 or a later version to configure the TLP 710MV or TLP 710TV.

The TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV are not compatible with Global Configurator Plus and Professional or GUI Designer.

Other Hardware

An Extron IP Link control processor must also be connected to the same network domain as the TouchLink touchpanel. Go to

www.extron.com

for a list of suitable control processors.

NOTE: The TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV are compatible only with IP Link control processors.

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Introduction 2

Application Diagram

This diagram shows the TLP 710MV. The TLP 710TV can be used for similar applications.

Extron TLP 710MV

7" TouchLink Touchpanel

Extron IPL 250

IP Link Control Processor

TCP/IP Network POWE 12V A R LA N 1 Y RELA 2 TX RX RTS CT S COM 2 TX RX TX RX 3 1 2 3 T 4 1 IR 2 S G S G 3 IR 4 S G S G 3 Y RELA 4

Relay Lighting System IR Control to Blu-ray Digital Input

Extron SMX 200

Matrix Switcher Blu-ray Player Extron IR Emitter

RE MO TE 2 RS232/RS42 T RESE LIS TED IT2 I.T.

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US 100 -24 0V 60H , 50 1.3

A MAX 4 4 8

AD DRE SS

1 L 1 R L 2 R L 3 R 2 DVI-D L 4 R INPUTS 3

Motion Detector RS-232

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DV INP I-D

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Transmitter

LO CA L O UT I 20 1 T RS -232 PA SS TH RU x Tx DTP Rx I 301 Tx

Laptop

Extron DTP DVI 301 Rx

Receiver

DV I-D O UTPUT PA NT RO SS DV I 20 1 R x S ER IES Extron XPA 1002

Power Amplifier

DV I-D OU TP UT S L AU R DTP DV I 301 Rx OV ER TEMP R/PRO TEC LIMI TE SIG NA

RS-232 Projector

XP A 1 002

Relay Screen Control

Figure 1. TLP 710MV Application Diagram TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Introduction 3

Installation Overview

1.

Before starting, download and install the latest versions of the following software: …

Global Configurator

— for setting up and configuring the control processor and touchpanel.

…

GUI Configurator

— for designing layouts for Extron TouchLink touchpanels and third party touch interfaces. See

Configuration Software

on page 22.

NOTE: These touchpanels and controllers are not compatible with GUI Designer or Global Configurator Plus and Professional.

2. 3.

Obtain the following network information from your network administrator: …

DHCP status

(

on

or

off

). If DHCP is

off

, you will also require …

IP address

… … … …

Subnet mask Gateway User name

— by default these are either admin or user .

Passwords

— by default these are either extron (for admin) or the field is left blank (for user).

…

MAC address

— make a note of the touchpanel MAC address.

Mount and cable the units: ATTENTION: • Do not power on the touchpanels or control processors until you have read the Attention notice on

page 9

(12 VDC power supply) or on

page 12

(PoE injector).

• Ne branchez pas les écrans tactiles ou les contrôleurs avant d’avoir lu

les mises en garde

page 9

(source d’alimentation 12 VCC) ou

page 12

(injecteur PoE).

… … …

Mount the units.

There are several mounting options for the touchpanels (see

Mounting

on page 39).

Connect cables to the touchpanels (see

TLP 710MV Rear Panel Features and Connections

on page 8 or

TLP 710TV Rear Panel Features and Connections

on page 14).

Connect the power cords and power on all devices. See

Network LAN and Power over Ethernet connector

on page 11 (for the TLP 710MV) or on

page 16

(for the TLP 710TV). See

Power connector

on page 9 (for the

TLP 710MV) or

page 14

(for the TLP 710TV).

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Installation Overview 4

4. Set up the Touchpanels for Network Communication

: …

Connect the PC

that you will use for setup, the control processor, and the touchpanel to the same Ethernet subnetwork.

NOTE: The TLP 710 series of touchpanels are not compatible with the Extron Pro series of devices.

5.

…

Use the

Setup Menu (see

Accessing the Internal On-screen Menus

mask, gateway, and related settings for the touchpanel.

on page 18) to set the DHCP status and, if necessary, the IP address, subnet

Configure the Touchpanels

— see

Using GUI Configurator

on page 29 and

Using Global Configurator

on page 34. The

GUI Configurator Help File

and the

Global Configurator Help File

provide detailed information.

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Installation Overview 5

Panel Features

This section describes: •

TLP 710MV Front Panel Features and Operations

• •

TLP 710MV Rear Panel Features and Connections

TLP 710TV Front Panel Features and Operations

TLP 710TV Rear Panel Features and Connections

TLP 710MV Front Panel Features and Operations

Extron

B C A

Motion sensor

(see below)

B

Microphone

(see below)

C

Speaker

(see below) D

Programmable LEDs

(see below)

E

LCD screen

on page 7

F

Connection status LED

on page 7

G

Bezel

on page 7

G

Light sensor

on page 7

Figure 2. TLP 710MV Front Panel

A B C D

Motion sensor

— is capped with a small Fresnel lens that focuses light onto the sensor. When no motion has been detected for a user-defined period of time, the unit enters sleep mode. When motion is detected by the sensor, the screen display is restored and active.

Microphone

— is located below the LCD screen.

Speaker

— one located under the screen, on the left side of the panel, provides audible feedback for the user.

Programmable LEDs

user-defined events.

— one on each top corner can be programmed to provide system feedback. They light red or green and can blink or light solid in response to

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Panel Features 6

E F G

LCD screen

(see

figure 2

) — has a 800x480 resolution with a touch overlay. A graphical user interface, designed using GUI Configurator, displays buttons, text,

or icons on the screen (see

Using GUI Configurator

on page 29). These are

configured for a range of user-defined functions, using Global Configurator (see

Using Global Configurator

on page 34).

Connection status LED

(see

figure 2

) — is unlit during normal operation. Blinks red if the connection to the IP Link controller is lost.

Bezel

(see

figure 2

) — removable with Extron removal tool (provided). Clips fit into

attachment points on the front panel (see

figure 4

below) and snap into place.

Figure 3. TLP 710MV Top View

H

Light sensor

(see

figure 2

) — is on top of the display frame. The sensor monitors the level of ambient light and adjusts the screen brightness. The sensor can be viewed only from above the panel.

Reset Buttons and LED

The front bezel is removed by inserting the Extron removal tool into the slots on the top of the unit. Behind the bezel are two buttons and an LED.

Figure 4. TLP 710MV Front Panel with the Bezel Removed

A B C D

Bezel attachment points Menu button

— activates the on-screen menus for calibrating the unit (see

Accessing the Internal On-screen Menus

on page 18).

Reset button

— allows the unit to be reset in any of four different modes. For further information see

Reset Modes

on page 46.

Reset LED

— provides feedback about the reset status when the user presses the reset button. For further information see

Reset Modes

.

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Panel Features 7

TLP 710MV Rear Panel Features and Connections

Extron

A B

Power connector

on page 9

MTP signal adjustments

on page 10

Figure 5.

C

MTP input

on page 11

D

Network LAN and Power over Ethernet connector

on page 11

TLP 710MV Rear Panel Features TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Panel Features 8

A

Power connector

(see polarity as shown below.

figure 5

on page 8) — Connect the 2-pole, 3.5 mm

captive screw connector from the 12 VDC, 1.0 A power supply (not provided) to the power supply socket on the rear panel. Ensure the connections have the correct NOTE: Extron recommends using the Power over Ethernet power supply. The 12 VDC, 1.0 A power supply should be used only for setup or troubleshooting.

If you do use a 12 VDC 1.0 A power supply, Extron recommends the PS 1210C.

Power Receptacle

A

Smooth Ridges

A SECTION A–A

Power Supply Output Cord Captive Screw Connector 3/16" (5 mm) Max.

Ground +12 VDC External Power Supply (12 VDC, 1 A ) AC Power Cord

Figure 6. Power Supply Connection

ATTENTION:

Always use a power supply provided by or specified by Extron. Use of an unauthorized power supply voids all regulatory compliance certification and may cause damage to the supply and the end product.

• •

Utilisez toujours une source d’alimentation fournie ou recommandée par Extron. L’utilisation d’une source d’alimentation non autorisée annule toute conformité réglementaire et peut endommager la source d’alimentation ainsi que le produit final.

If not provided with a power supply, this product is intended to be supplied by a UL Listed power source marked “Class 2” or “LPS” and rated output 12 VDC, minimum 1.0 A or 48 VDC (PoE), minimum 0.35 A.

• •

Si le produit n’est pas fourni avec une source d’alimentation, il doit être alimenté par une source d’alimentation certifié UL de classe 2 ou LPS, avec une tension nominale 12 Vcc, 1 A minimum, ou 48 Vcc (PoE), 0,35 A minimum.

Extron power supplies are certified to UL/CSA 60950-1 and are classified as LPS (Limited Power Source). Use of a non-LPS or unlisted power supply will void all regulatory compliance certification.

Les sources d’alimentation Extron sont qualifiées UL/CSA 60950-1 et sont classées LPS (Limited Power Source). L’utilisation d’une source d’alimentation non-listée ou non-listée LPS annulera toute certification de conformité réglementaire.

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Panel Features 9

ATTENTION:

Unless otherwise stated, the AC/DC adapters are not suitable for use in air handling spaces or in wall cavities. The power supply is to be located within the same vicinity as the Extron AV processing equipment in an ordinary location, Pollution Degree 2, secured to the equipment rack within the dedicated closet, podium, or desk.

• •

Sauf mention contraire, les adaptateurs AC/DC ne sont pas appropriés pour une utilisation dans les espaces d’aération ou dans les cavités murales. La source d’alimentation doit être située à proximité de l’équipement de traitement audiovisuel dans un endroit ordinaire, avec un degré 2 de pollution, fixé à un équipement de rack à l’intérieur d’un placard, d’une estrade, ou d’un bureau.

The installation must always be in accordance with the applicable provisions of National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70, article 725 and the Canadian Electrical Code part 1, section 16.

• • • • • • •

Cette installation doit toujours être en accord avec les mesures qui s’applique au National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70, article 725, et au Canadian Electrical Code, partie 1, section 16.

The power supply shall not be permanently fixed to building structure or similar structure.

La source d’alimentation ne devra pas être fixée de façon permanente à une structure de bâtiment ou à une structure similaire.

The length of the exposed wires in the stripping process is critical. The ideal length is 3/16 inches (5 mm). If the wires are any longer, the exposed wires may touch, causing a short circuit between them. If they are any shorter, the wires can be easily pulled out even if tightly fastened by the captive screws.

La longueur des câbles exposés est primordiale lorsque l’on entreprend de les dénuder. La longueur idéale est de 5 mm (3/16 inches). S’ils sont un peu plus longs, les câbles exposés pourraient se toucher et provoquer un court circuit. S’ils sont un peu plus courts, ils pourraient sortir, même s’ils sont attachés par les vis captives.

Do not tin the wires. Tinned wires are not as secure in the captive screw terminals and could pull out.

Ne pas étamer les câbles. Les câbles étamés ne sont pas aussi bien fixés dans les terminaisons des à vis captives et pourraient sortir.

B

MTP signal adjustments

(see

figure 5

on page 8) — Use a small screwdriver

to adjust these three MTP signal variables: S-video luminance gain (VID/Y), S-video chrominance gain (C), and sharpness (S). For composite video signals, the gain is controlled by the VID/Y adjustment. Insert a small Phillips head screwdriver into the recess and turn clockwise to increase adjustment or counterclockwise to decrease.

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Panel Features 10

C

MTP input

(see

figure 5

on page 8) — A twisted pair cable, terminated with an

RJ-45 connector, provides video and audio input from an Extron MTP transmitter. The MTP port is in the top surface of the recessed area.

ATTENTION:

The left RJ-45 connector on the back of the TLP 710MV (with the yellow and green LEDs) must be connected to a network. The right RJ-45 connector must be connected to an Extron MTP Transmitter. The MTP and LAN use different voltages; switching the connectors will damage the touchpanel.

Le connecteur RJ-45 gauche situé au dos du TLP 710MV (avec des LED jaunes et vertes) doit être connecté à un réseau. Le connecteur RJ-45 droit doit être connecté à un émetteur MTP Extron. Le MTP et le LAN utilisent des tensions différentes; permuter les connections risque d’endommager l’écran tactile.

D

Network LAN and Power over Ethernet connector

(see

figure 5

) — These touchpanels connect to a network using a

twisted pair cable, terminated with an RJ-45 connector. The LAN port is in the top surface of the recessed area.

The network port has two LEDs. The green LED lights steadily to indicate that the touchpanel is connected correctly to a network. The yellow LED flashes to indicate that data is being passed to or from the touchpanel.

LAN RJ-45 Port Link LED Activity LED An Extron IP Link control interface must also be connected to the same network domain. See

www.extron.com

for suggested models.

The connector can also be used with the provided XTP Pi 100 PoE power injector. You can use any power injector that is PoE Plus IEEE 802.3at compliant, but Extron recommends the

XTP PI 100

power injector, which is shown in figure 7 below. Your power injector may look different.

To use a power injector

: Connect a straight-through Ethernet cable to the power supply and a switch or router. This cable carries network information from the switch or router to the power supply input. A second straight-through cable carries the network information and 48 VDC from the power supply to the touchpanel. Connect the IEC power cord to a 100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50-60 Hz power source.

100-240V ~ 50-60Hz XTP XTP PWR PWR Figure 7. To network switch To TLP 710MV or TLP 710TV Connecting the Power over Ethernet Power Supply TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Panel Features 11

ATTENTION:

The TLP 710MV and TLC 710TV are intended for connection to a Power over Ethernet circuit for intra-building use only and are considered to be part of a Network Environment 0 per IEC TR62101.

• • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Le TLP 710MV et le TLC 710TV sont conçu pour une connexion à un circuit PoE pour une utilisation intérieure seulement et est considéré comme faisant partie d’un environnement réseau 0 par IEC TR62101.

If not provided with a power supply, this product is intended to be supplied by a UL Listed power source marked “Class 2” or “LPS” and rated output 12 VDC, minimum 1.0 A or 48 VDC (PoE), minimum 0.35 A.

Si le produit n’est pas fourni avec une source d’alimentation, il doit être alimenté par une source d’alimentation certifié UL de classe 2 ou LPS, avec une tension nominale 12 Vcc, 1 A minimum, ou 48 Vcc (PoE), 0,35 A minimum.

This product is intended for use with a UL Listed power source marked “Class 2” or “LPS” and rated 12 VDC, minimum 1.0 A. or 48 VDC (PoE), minimum 0.35 A.

Ce produit est destiné à une utilisation avec une source d’alimentation listée UL avec l’appellation « Classe 2 » ou « LPS » et normée 12 Vcc, 1,0 A minimum ou 48 Vcc (PoE), 0,35 A minimum.

Extron power supplies are certified to UL/CSA 60950-1 and are classified as LPS (Limited Power Source). Use of a non-LPS or unlisted power supply will void all regulatory compliance certification.

Les sources d’alimentation Extron sont qualifiées UL/CSA 60950-1 et sont classées LPS (Limited Power Source). L’utilisation d’une source d’alimentation non-listée ou non-listée LPS annulera toute certification de conformité réglementaire.

Unless otherwise stated, the AC/DC adapters are not suitable for use in air handling spaces or in wall cavities. The power supply is to be located within the same vicinity as the Extron AV processing equipment in an ordinary location, Pollution Degree 2, secured to the equipment rack within the dedicated closet, podium, or desk.

Sauf mention contraire, les adaptateurs AC/DC ne sont pas appropriés pour une utilisation dans les espaces d’aération ou dans les cavités murales. La source d’alimentation doit être située à proximité de l’équipement de traitement audiovisuel dans un endroit ordinaire, avec un degré 2 de pollution, fixé à un équipement de rack à l’intérieur d’un placard, d’une estrade, ou d’un bureau.

Power over Ethernet (PoE) is intended for indoor use only. It is to be connected only to networks or circuits that are not routed to the outside plant or building.

L’alimentation via Ethernet (PoE) est destinée à une utilisation en intérieur uniquement. Elle doit être connectée seulement à des réseaux ou des circuits qui ne sont pas routés au réseau ou au bâtiment extérieur.

The installation must always be in accordance with the applicable provisions of National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70, article 725 and the Canadian Electrical Code part 1, section 16.

Cette installation doit toujours être en accord avec les mesures qui s’applique au National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70, article 725, et au Canadian Electrical Code, partie 1, section 16.

The power supply shall not be permanently fixed to building structure or similar structure.

La source d’alimentation ne devra pas être fixée de façon permanente à une structure de bâtiment ou à une structure similaire.

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Panel Features 12

TLP 710TV Front Panel Features and Operations

Extron Figure 8. TLP 710TV Front Panel Features

A B C D E F G

Motion sensor

— is capped with a small Fresnel lens that focuses light onto the sensor. When no motion has been detected for a user-defined period of time, the unit enters sleep mode. When motion is detected by the sensor, the screen display is restored and active.

Microphone

— is located below the LCD screen.

Speaker

— one located under the screen, on the left side of the panel, provides audible feedback for the user and audio for video previews.

Programmable LEDs

— one on each top corner can be programmed to provide system feedback. They light red or green and can blink or light steadily in response to user-defined events. These can be seen more clearly in the figure below.

LCD screen

— has a 800x480 resolution with a touch overlay. A graphical user interface, designed using GUI Configurator, displays buttons, text,

or icons on the screen (see

Using GUI Configurator

(see

on page 29). These

are configured for a range of user-defined functions, using Global Configurator

Using Global Configurator

on page 34).

Connection status LED

— is unlit during normal operation. Blinks red if the connection to the IP Link controller is lost.

Light sensor

the panel.

— (see the figure to the right) is on top of the display frame. The sensor monitors the level of ambient light and adjusts the screen brightness. The sensor can be viewed only from above

Ext ron

D

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Panel Features 13

TLP 710TV Rear Panel Features and Connections

The TLP 710TV has a stand that allows it to be placed on desktop. The stand can be removed to VESA mount the unit. Both the stand and the touchpanel have removable covers that conceal the rear panel features and protect cables that are attached to the TLP 710TV.

The rear and base covers can be removed using the Extron removal tool (provided) (see

Removing the TLP 710TV Base for VESA Mounting

on page 43).

A B C A B C D

Menu button Reset button Reset LED

(see below) (see below)

(see below)

Power connector

(see below) E

MTP signal adjustments

on page 15

F

VESA mounting holes

on page 15

G

MTP input

on page 15

H

Network LAN and Power over Ethernet Connector

on page 16

Figure 9. TLP 710TV with the Stand and Cover Removed

The following features and connections are available through the back panel.

A B C D

Menu button

— activates the on-screen menus for calibrating the unit (see

Accessing the Internal On-screen Menus

on page 18).

Reset button

— allows the unit to be reset in any of four different modes (see

Reset Modes

on page 46).

Reset LED

— provides feedback about the reset status when the user presses the

reset button (see

Reset Modes

).

Power connector

— Connect the 2-pole, 3.5 mm captive screw connector from the 12 VDC, 1.0 A power supply (not provided) to the power supply socket on the rear

panel. Ensure the connections have the correct polarity as shown in

figure 10

on the

following page.

NOTE: Extron recommends using the Power over Ethernet power supply. The 12 VDC, 1.0 A power supply should only be used for setup or troubleshooting.

If you do use a 12 VDC 1.0 A power supply, Extron recommends the PS 1210C.

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Panel Features 14

Power Receptacle

A

Smooth Ridges

A SECTION A–A

Power Supply Output Cord Captive Screw Connector 3/16" (5 mm) Max.

Ground +12 VDC External Power Supply (12 VDC, 1 A ) AC Power Cord

Figure 10. Power Supply Connection

ATTENTION:

Do not connect power to the TLP 710TV until you have read the Attention notice on

page 9

(12 VDC power supply) or on

page 12

(PoE injector).

Ne branchez pas l’alimentation au TLP 710TV avant d’avoir lu les mises en garde

page 9

(source d’alimentation 12 VCC) ou

page 12

(injecteur PoE).

E F G

MTP signal adjustments

— Three MTP signal adjustments are available for S-video luminance gain (VID/Y), S-video chrominance gain (C), and sharpness (S). For

composite video signals, the gain is controlled by the VID/Y adjustment (see

clockwise to increase adjustment or counterclockwise to decrease.

figure 9

on the previous page). Insert a small Phillips head screwdriver into the recess and turn

VESA mounting holes

— Four holes are arranged in a pattern that is in accordance

with the VESA FDMI standard, type D 75 mm (see

figure 9

and

VESA Mounting the TLP 710TV

on page 45).

MTP input

— A twisted pair cable, terminated with an RJ-45 connector, provides video and audio input from an Extron MTP transmitter. The MTP port is in the top

surface of the recessed area (see

figure 9

).

ATTENTION:

The left RJ-45 connector on the back of the TLP 710TV (with the yellow and green LEDs) must be connected to a network. The right RJ-45 connector must be connected to an Extron MTP Transmitter. The MTP and LAN use different voltages; switching the connectors will damage the touchpanel.

Le connecteur RJ-45 gauche situé au dos du TLP 710TV (avec des LED jaunes et vertes) doit être connecté à un réseau. Le connecteur RJ-45 droit doit être connecté à un émetteur MTP Extron. Le MTP et le LAN utilisent des tensions différentes; permuter les connections risque d’endommager l’écran tactile.

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Panel Features 15

H

Network LAN and Power over Ethernet Connector

page 14) — The TLP 710TV connects to a network using a twisted pair cable,

terminated with an RJ-45 connector. The LAN port is in the top surface of the recessed area.

(see

The LAN port has two LEDs. The green LED lights steadily to indicate that the touchpanel is connected correctly to a passed to or from the touchpanel.

figure 9

network. The yellow LED flashes to indicate that data is being LAN

on

RJ-45 Port Link LED Activity LED An Extron IP Link control interface must also be connected to the same network domain. See

www.extron.com

for suggested models.

Use a straight-through Ethernet cable to connect the panel to a switch or router. Use a crossover cable to connect the panel directly to a computer.

The connector can also be used with the provided XTP Pi 100 PoE power injector. You can nuse any power injector that is PoE Plus IEEE 802.3at compliant, but Extron recommends the

XTP PI 100

power injector, which is shown in figure 11 below. Your power injector may look different.

To use a power injector

: Connect a straight-through Ethernet cable to the power supply and a switch or router. This cable carries network information from the switch or router to the power supply input. A second straight-through cable carries the network information and 48 VDC from the power supply to the touchpanel. Connect the IEC power cord to a 100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50-60 Hz power source.

100-240V ~ 50-60Hz XTP XTP PWR PWR To network switch To TLP 710MV or TLP 710TV Figure 11. Connecting the Power over Ethernet Power Supply

ATTENTION:

Do not connect power to the TLP 710TV until you have read the Attention notice on

page 9

(12 VDC power supply) or on

page 12

(PoE injector).

Ne branchez pas l’alimentation au TLP 710TV avant d’avoir lu les mises en garde

page 9

(source d’alimentation 12 VCC) ou

page 12

(injecteur PoE).

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Panel Features 16

NOTE: The twisted pair cable providing the MTP (

figure 9

,

network LAN (

figure 9

,

H G , on page 14) and ) connections should be secured together and to both the back panel and base using zip-ties as shown below.

LAN Connection MTP Connection Zip-tie Cable Runway Zip-tie

Figure 12. Connecting and Securing Cables TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Panel Features 17

Initial Calibration

This section describes: •

Accessing the Internal On-screen Menus

• •

Main Screen

Volume Screen

• • • •

Time Screen Network Screen

Video Screen Touch Calibration Screen

Accessing the Internal On-screen Menus

When the TouchLink touchpanel first has power applied, the unit boots up and displays the opening screen. To access the on-screen menus, press the

Menu

button (see

figure 4

, B for the TLP 710MV or

figure 9

, A for the TLP 710TV).

The menus open at the Main screen. There are five different screens —

Main Screen

(see below),

Volume Screen

(see page 19),

Time Screen

(see page 20),

Network Screen

(see page 20), and

Video Screen

(see page 21). These can be selected by

pressing the appropriate button at the left edge of the screen.

There is also an

Exit

button at the bottom left corner of the screen. This button applies and saves any changes and closes the menu screens.

Main Screen

Main

Sleep timer: 300 Sec Auto Backlight PoE Active

Volume Down Up On Time

Backlight: 073%

Network Down Up Video

Wake on Motion

On Exit

Figure 13. Main Screen

Values can be changed by pressing the buttons to highlight them. Press the

Down

or

Up

buttons to adjust the values or toggle the

Auto Backlight

or

Wake on Motion

buttons between

Off

and

On

. When the function has a value (other than

On

or

Off

), that value is shown above the buttons.

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Initial Calibration 18

Volume Screen

The 0 to

Sleep timer

50,000 buttons determine how long the panel will be inactive before it enters Sleep mode, when the screen goes dark to save power. The time can be changed from seconds (in 10-second increments). The time that is currently selected is shown above the buttons.

The screen may need a high level of backlighting for readability when ambient lighting is high. With low ambient lighting, the backlighting should be low.

Auto Backlight

can be toggled between backlighting that is automatically calculated from the amount of ambient light detected by the light detector. When

Auto Backlight On

, and is set to

Off Off

. It provides a suitable amount of , the Backlight buttons allow the backlighting to be set manually from 0 to 100 percent.

NOTE: When

Backlight

is set to

On

, the value of

Backlight

can be changed but this does not affect the amount of backlighting until

Auto Backlight

is set to

Off

.

Wake on Motion

activates the panel from Sleep mode when motion is detected near the unit. Use the on-screen buttons to toggle the Auto Backlight or Wake on Motion options between

Off

and

On

.

Main Volume Time Network Video Exit

Master: 120

Down

Click: 120

Up Down Up

Sounds: 120

Down Up

Line In: 120

Down Up

Figure 14. Volume Screen

Press the

Down

or

Up

buttons to highlight one of the adjustable audio features. Use the

Down

and

Up

buttons to adjust the following settings. • • • •

Master

volume (between 0 and 255 ; default 120 ) sets the maximum volume for all the other sound volume settings. For example, if the

Master

volume is set to 200 (approximately 80 percent of maximum), even when the

Line In

volume is set to 255 (maximum), it is equivalent to only 80 percent of maximum.

Click

(between 0 and 255 ; default 120 ) sets the volume for audible feedback that accompanies events such as a screen button being pressed.

Sounds

(between 0 and 255 ; default 120 ) sets the volume of audio from any audio file playback.

Line In

(between 0 and 255 ; default 120 ) sets the volume of the audio signal received through the line in from an Extron MTP transmitter.

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Initial Calibration 19

Time Screen

Main Volume Time Network Video

Month: 06

Down Up Down

Day: 06

Up

Year: 2011

Down Up

Hours: 13

Down Up

Minutes: 32

Down Up Exit

Figure 15. Time Screen

Use the

Down

or

Up

buttons to adjust the

Month

,

Day

,

Year

,

Hours

, and

Minutes

.

NOTE: 10 The value uses the 24-hour clock. For 10 am , set hours to 10 ; for pm , set hours to 22 .

Network Screen

Main Volume Time Network Video

IP Address

192.168.254.254

Subnet Mask

255.255.0.0

DHCP

Off

MAC: 00-05-A6-07-3A-55

1 4 7 2 5 8 3 6 9 .

0 Clear Exit

Figure 16. Network Screen

Select

IP Address

or

Subnet Mask

by pressing the appropriate button. When one of the buttons is selected, an on-screen keypad appears that allows the user to select

Clear

, digits between

0

and

9

, and “

.

” (dot).

NOTE: The factory default IP address for both the TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV is 192.168.254.254

. The default subnet mask is 255.255.0.0

. Consult with your IT department to ensure these addresses are correctly assigned.

Toggle the

Off

.

DHCP

button between

On

and

Off

to enable or disable Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP). This determines whether the unit will have a permanent IP address or will have one provided by the network, when required. The default setting is

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Initial Calibration 20

Video Screen

Main Volume Time Network Video

Contrast: 064

Down Up

Brightness: 128

Down Up

Color: 064

Down Up Down

Tint: 128

Up Exit

Figure 17. Video Screen

The small gray rectangle provides a video preview window for adjusting video properties.

Use the

Down

or

Up

buttons to adjust: •

Contrast

between 0 and 127 (default, 64 ) • • •

Color

between 0 and 127 (default, 64 )

Brightness

between 0 and 255 (default, 128 )

Tint

between 0 and 255 (default, 128 )

Touch Calibration Screen

After setting the values, press the

Menu

button a second time to calibrate the touch area of the Touchpanel.

+ + Press and Hold Highlighted Box Until Color Changes + +

Figure 18. Touch Calibration Screen

Press on the green box until the color reverts to gray with a white border and a second box is highlighted. Repeat until all four boxes have been pressed and calibrated. At that

point the screen returns to the

Main Screen

(see page 18).

Exit the on-screen menus, by pressing the

Exit

button in the bottom left corner of the menu screens.

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Initial Calibration 21

Configuration Software

This section of the user guide provides information about: •

Configuration Software

• •

Software Installation

Touchpanel Web Pages

• • •

Updating Firmware

Using GUI Configurator

Using Global Configurator

Configuration Software

Designing a graphical user interface (GUI) for the TouchLink touchpanel takes two steps:

1.

Design the layout of the text and graphics

Using GUI Configurator

(see page 29).

2.

Assign functions to the text and graphics

Using Global Configurator

(see page 34).

GUI Configurator is a Windows-based application that is used to design the TLP interface. GUI Configurator offers several templates that can be customized, or an entirely new interface can be created. For more information, see the

GUI Configurator Help File

.

After the GUI has been designed on a PC, the project is saved, built, and uploaded to the TouchLink touchpanel to verify what it looks like on the screen. It is then imported from the TLP unit to Global Configurator where control functions are assigned to the text and graphic items in the layout. After assigning the control functions, the project is rebuilt and uploaded to the controller. For more information, see the

Global Configurator Help File

.

The GUI Configurator and Global Configurator programs provide versatility and adaptability for configuration and control of an AV system as it grows and evolves.

NOTES:

Use Global Configurator 3.3 or a later version and GUI Configurator 1.3 or a later version to configure the TLP 710MV or TLP 710TV.

The TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV are not compatible with Global Configurator Plus and Professional or GUI Designer.

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Configuration Software 22

Software Installation

Downloading and Installing Software from the Extron Website

Both programs can be downloaded from the Extron Web site (

www.extron.com

).

1. 2.

Select the

Download

tab (figure 19, 1 ).

Click on the

Software

option in the sidebar at the left ( 2 ).

3. Figure 19. Extron Website — Software Download Center

Scroll down to the alphabetic menu and click on the letter “

G

” to navigate to GUI Configurator or Global Configurator ( 3 ).

NOTE: The TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV are not compatible with GUI Designer or Global Configurator Plus and Professional.

4. 5.

Click

Download

next to the program.

Follow the on-screen instructions to complete installation. A folder is created on the C-drive and an icon may be placed on the desktop.

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Configuration Software 23

Touchpanel Web Pages

Both of the TouchLink touchpanels have default web pages that can be used to read and change the current settings of the panels. To access the touchpanel web pages, follow these instructions.

1.

Use a PC that is connected to the same subnet as the touchpanel.

2. 3.

Open a browser and enter the touchpanel IP address into the address bar.

If necessary, enter a user name and password. The touchpanel time, and IP settings.

Status

page opens. This page is read-only and provides basic information about the model, date and

Figure 20. System Status Page TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Configuration Software 24

4.

Click the

Configuration

tab and then click

System Settings

in the menu in the left sidebar. On this page, you can modify the IP settings and the date and time

settings. These correspond to the

Network Screen

(see page 20) and

Time Screen

(see page 20) settings in the on-screen menus.

5. Figure 21. System Settings Page

Click

Passwords

in the menu in the left sidebar. This page allows the user to set passwords for an administrator and a user. To set a password, follow the instructions at the top of the page.

6. Figure 22. Passwords Page

To upgrade the firmware, select

Firmware Upgrade

. For more detailed instructions, see updating firmware

Using the Touchpanel Webpage

(see page 28).

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Configuration Software 25

7.

Click the

Touchpanel

tab to access the Touchpanel Configuration page, which allows the user to alter the touchpanel and volume settings. These correspond to the

Main Screen

(see page 18) and

Volume Screen

(see page 19) in the on-screen

menus.

Figure 23. Touchpanel Configuration Page TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Configuration Software 26

Updating Firmware

Firmware for both touchpanels can be upgraded

Using Extron Firmware Loader

(see page 27),

Using GUI Configurator

(see page 28), or

Using the Touchpanel Webpage

(see page 28). Before starting, consult your IT team and ensure that the

touchpanel has a unique IP address.

Downloading Firmware

1. 2. 3.

Power on a computer that is connected to the same network as the touchpanel.

To download the firmware for the TouchLink touchpanel, go to

www.extron.com

and click

Download

( 1 ).

Click the

Firmware

link on the left sidebar ( 2 ).

4. 5. 6. 7. Figure 24. Extron Web Page — Download Center

Click

T

(for TLP) and navigate to the TLP 710MV or TLP 710TV firmware ( 3 ).

Click

Download

next to the touchpanel firmware.

In the new window, enter the required information and click

Download

. An executable (.exe) file is downloaded to your computer.

Run this program to place the firmware on your computer for future use. Make a note of the folder where the firmware is saved.

Using Extron Firmware Loader

1.

If necessary, install the Extron Firmware Loader utility onto the computer. Follow the instructions in

Downloading and Installing Software from the Extron Website

(see page 23).

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Open the Extron Firmware Loader by clicking on the desktop icon. If there is no desktop icon, click on

Start

>

All Programs

>

Extron Electronics

>

Firmware Loader

and click on the program icon.

Select

TLP 710MV

or

TLP 710TV

from the

Device

drop-down menu.

Select

TCP/IP

from the

Connection Method

drop-down menu.

Enter the IP address for the TLP 710, a Telnet port number (usually 23 ), and a password. In the New Firmware File Path panel, navigate to the file that was saved in step 7. Click the

Add

button. The main Firmware Loader screen opens with the TLP 710MV or TLP 710TV listed in the device pane.

Click

Begin

. The firmware transfer begins and takes approximately three minutes. When the Total Progress box shows “Completed,” select

Exit

from the

File

menu to exit Firmware Loader.

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Using GUI Configurator

1. 2. 3.

Power on a PC that is connected to the same subnet as the touchpanel.

If necessary, install the Extron Firmware Loader utility onto the computer. Follow the instructions in

Downloading and Installing Software from the Extron Website

(see page 23).

If necessary, download the firmware to the PC from the Extron Website. Follow the instructions in

Downloading Firmware

, on the previous page.

4. 5.

Open GUI Configurator.

Select

Firmware Update Manager...

from the

Tools

menu. Firmware Loader opens.

6. Figure 25. Opening Firmware Loader from GUI Configurator

Follow steps 3 through 7 in

Using Extron Firmware Loader

(on the previous page).

Using the Touchpanel Webpage

1.

Power on a computer that is connected to the same network as the TLP 710.

2. 3.

If necessary, download the firmware to the PC from the Extron Website. Follow the instructions in

Downloading Firmware

on page 27.

In the address field of your browser, type the IP address of the TLP 710 unit. The browser opens the

Touchpanel Web Pages

(see page 24).

4. 5. 6. Figure 26. Firmware Upgrade Web Page

Click the

Configuration

tab (Figure 26,

Firmware Upgrade

( 2 1 ) at the top of the page and then select ) from the sidebar on the left.

Click the

Browse

button ( step 2.

3 ) and navigate to the firmware file that was saved in Click

Upload

( 4 ). The Touchpanel screen shows the message the message Restarting...

.

Firmware Uploading...

Please Wait...

. When the firmware is uploaded, the screen shows

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Using GUI Configurator

This section provides an overview of the GUI Configurator program. For complete information about the program, see the

GUI Configurator Help File

(select

Contents

from the

Help

menu or press the key while the program is running).

NOTE:

To configure the touchpanel, use GUI Configurator version 1.3 or later.

The TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV are not compatible with GUI Designer or Global Configurator Plus and Professional.

To use the GUI Configurator program, follow these instructions:

1.

Double click the desktop icon. A splash screen appears momentarily and then the program opens at the main screen behind the GUI Configurator Start Options dialog box.

Figure 27. Opening GUI Configurator Figure 28. GUI Configurator Start Options Dialog Box TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Configuration Software 29

2.

Choose from the following options: •

Start a new project

• •

Open an existing project

(see following page)

Download an existing project from a panel

(see following page)

Start a new project

Clicking

OK

for this option opens a dialog box that offers a choice of project options.

Figure 29. GUI Configurator New Project Dialog Box

A series of icons offers the choice of creating a project with or without a template and allows the size and type of TouchLink touchpanel to be selected. To work from a template, users can choose from a range of factory-loaded templates or from a template they have previously created.

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Open an existing project

Clicking

OK

for this option opens a dialog box.

Figure 30. GUI Configurator Dialog Box to Open an Existing Project a. b.

Navigate to the existing file and select it. To look at a project without altering it, ensure the

Open as read-only

box is checked.

Click

Open

to open the file. The project opens in GUI Configurator.

Download an existing project from a panel

Clicking

OK

for this option opens a dialog box that allows a file that has already been uploaded to a touchpanel to be downloaded for modification.

a. b. c. Figure 31.

GUI Configurator Download Project Dialog Box

In the dialog box that opens, enter the IP address of the panel and use the

Browse

button to navigate to a folder where the file will be saved.

Check

Open the project

and

Close Download Manager

.

Click

OK

. The project is downloaded to your computer and opens in GUI Configurator.

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Configuration Software 31

3.

Depending on which option was selected in step 2, GUI Configurator opens a new or existing project. The initial screen is divided into a series of panels offering a range of tools that can be used to design or modify the project. For full details on how to use these tools, see the help file (from the

Help

menu select

Contents

or press the key while the program is running).

4. Figure 32. GUI Configurator Main Screen

To save the project, select

Save Project

from the

File

menu. If this is the first time saving the project file, the Save As dialog box appears. If the Save   As dialog box appears:

a.

Browse for the location where the project file is to be saved.

b. c.

Enter a file name for the project.

Click

Save

.

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5.

The project can be uploaded to one or more TouchLink touchpanels. To add a panel:

a.

From the opens:

Project

menu, select

Add > Panel

. The Panel Manager dialog box

6. Figure 33.

Add a TouchLink Touchpanel (b) b. c.

In the Panel Manager dialog box, click the

Add Panel

icon (see the illustration to the right) to add a new panel to the left pane.

Highlight the name of the panel in the left pane to display the properties of that panel in the right pane.

d. e. f.

When a new panel is added, it is assigned the default IP address ( 192.168.254.254

required.

). To change the IP address, highlight the address property in the right pane and type in the correct IP address. Update any other properties, as Repeat steps 5b - 5d to add further panels, if required.

Close the Panel Manager dialog box.

Upload a project to a TouchLink touchpanel as follows:

a.

Highlight a panel in the Properties window on the left side of the GUI Configurator screen

b.

From the

Project

menu, select

Upload to Selected Panels

. The Build Manager dialog box opens, showing the build progress. After the build is complete, this dialog box closes and the File Upload Manager screen opens. The upload begins automatically.

c.

Select

Close this dialog when upload completes

check box in the Automatic Settings section so that the File Upload Manager screen closes automatically when the upload completes. This option can be set before or during the upload.

If this project has been uploaded to the TouchLink touchpanel before, the user can upload only the changes that have been made to the previous version. The project can be uploaded to certain touchpanels selected from the list found within the Devices section of the File Upload Manager screen.

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Using Global Configurator

NOTE: To configure the touchpanel, use Global Configurator version 3.3 or later.

This section provides an overview of the Global Configurator program. For complete information about the program, see the

Global Configurator Help File

(select

Contents

from the

Help

menu or press the key while the program is running).

NOTE: This section describes how to set up Global Configurator project with an IPL 250. While setting up a project with another IP Link product is similar, see the

Global Configurator Help File

for exact information about the product being used.

1.

Double-click the GC3 desktop icon. The Global Configurator 3 Start Options box opens.

Figure 34. Global Configurator 3 Start Options TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Configuration Software 34

2.

Select

Create A New Project

and click

OK

. The dialog box closes and the Project Settings dialog box opens.

3. Figure 35. Global Configurator Project Settings

Enter the IP address for the IP Link controller.

• • The default Telnet connection is port 23 and the default HTTP connection is port 80 . These values do not usually need to be changed.

If necessary, set administrator and user passwords.

• • If required, set the date and time.

Checking the

Set Device as GlobalViewer Host

box is optional. For more information about GlobalViewer host, see the

Global Configurator Help File

.

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4.

Click

OK

. The Project Settings dialog box closes and is replaced by the Add Device dialog box:

5. Figure 36. Global Configurator Add Device Dialog Box

Add a device to your project as follows:

a.

To see all the options, click the

Advanced >>>

to

Basic <<<

(as shown in the figure above).

button. The button name changes

b. c.

Select the IP Link device from the drop-down menu. In figure 36, above, an IPL 250 controller is added. Adding a different IP Link product is similar.

Enter the IP address of the IP Link controller. The default value is 192.168.254.254, but this may have been changed. Check with your IT department to verify the address.

d.

Enter a display name into the text box. This is what the device will be known as in the Global Configurator project.

e. f. g. h.

Checking the

Password Make this device a GlobalViewer Host

Set the Telnet port (usually 23) and the web port (usually 80).

If the controller is password protected, enter the password into the

Admin

or

User Password

field.

check box is optional.

In the right pane, set up a GlobalViewer tree. For information about this, see the

Global Configurator Help File

.

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6.

Click

OK

. The Add Device dialog box closes. The start-up screen, which was behind it, is now visible, showing the IPL 250 and the available ports:

7. 8. Figure 37. Configuring an IP Link Device

Select

TouchPanel Port 1

(figure 38, the TouchLink touchpanel. 1 ). The screen shows the available options for Click

Click here to add one

( 2 ).

2 1

Figure 38. Adding a TouchLink Touchpanel TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Configuration Software 37

9.

In the Add TouchPanel dialog box, do the following:

Figure 39. Add TouchPanel Dialog Box a. b.

Ensure the correct TouchLink touchpanel model is selected from the drop-down menu and enter the IP address.

Set the Telnet port (usually 23 ) and, if necessary, enter the password.

c.

Check the

Import/Apply Layout

check box and click

OK

.

The window now shows the GUI from the TouchLink touchpanel.

Figure 40. Touchpanel GUI Loaded Onto Global Configurator 3 10.

Use Global Configurator to associate functions with the screen elements designed in GUI Configurator (see the

Global Configurator Help File

).

11.

Save the configuration and upload it to the controller.

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Mounting

This section outlines the various options for: •

Rack Mounting the TLP 710MV

• •

Wall Mounting the TLP 710MV

Wall Mounting the TLP 710MV with a Wall Box

• • • •

Furniture Mounting the TLP 710MV

Desktop Mounting the TLP 710TV

Removing the TLP 710TV Base for VESA Mounting

VESA Mounting the TLP 710TV

Rack Mounting the TLP 710MV

Rack Mounting the TLP 710MV

The TLP 710MV can be mounted in any standard 19-inch equipment rack, using the optional Extron RM 710M rack mounting kit. Read the

Underwriters Laboratories Guidelines for Rack Mounting

below and follow the instructions provided with the kit.

Underwriters Laboratories Guidelines for Rack Mounting

The following Underwriters Laboratories (UL) guidelines are relevant to the safe installation of these products in a rack:

Elevated operating ambient temperature

specified by Extron.

— If the unit is installed in a closed or multi-unit rack assembly, the operating ambient temperature of the rack environment may be greater than room ambient temperature. Therefore, install the equipment in an environment compatible with the maximum ambient temperature (Tma: +122 °F, +50 °C)

Reduced air flow

— Install the equipment in the rack so that the equipment gets adequate air flow for safe operation.

Mechanical loading

— Mount the equipment in the rack so that uneven mechanical loading does not create a hazardous condition.

Circuit overloading

concern.

— Connect the equipment to the supply circuit and consider the effect that circuit overloading might have on overcurrent protection and supply wiring. Give appropriate consideration to the equipment nameplate ratings when addressing this

Reliable earthing (grounding)

— Maintain reliable grounding of rack-mounted equipment. Pay particular attention to supply connections other than direct connections to the branch circuit (such as the use of power strips).

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Mounting 39

Wall Mounting the TLP 710MV

CAUTION:

Fire Hazard

— Do not install the TLP 710MV in a fire resistant rated wall or partition assembly. ATTENTION :

Risque d’incendie

— Ne pas installer le TLP 710MV dans un mur résistant au feu ou une cloison.

The following steps show how to wall-mount the TLP 710MV. Furniture-mounting is similar.

1.

Determine the best location for the TLP 710MV.

2.

Use the template provided to mark the wall and cut a hole 7.5 inches (19.05 cm) wide by 5.813 inches (14.76 cm) high.

3. 4. 5. 6.

Remove the bezel, using the Extron removal tool.

Ensure that all the locking arms are flush with the unit and check that the TLP 710MV can fit into the hole. If necessary, use a rasp or a coarse file to enlarge the hole.

Run the network and video cables inside the wall to the hole, leaving enough slack in the cables to connect them to the back of the TLP 710MV.

Plug the cables into the rear panel connectors (see

figure 5

on page 8).

7. 8. 9.

• • Connect the LAN port to the network with a straight-through cable, providing both a network connection and power from a PoE power injector.

Connect an S-video or composite video source to the RJ-45 MTP input.

• Optional: Extron recommends using the PoE power injector provided. However, the LAN port may be used as a network-only connection. Connect a 12 VDC, 1.0 A power supply (not provided) to the 2-pole captive screw power input. See the Attention on

page 9

for very important information about power supplies.

Push excess cables into the wall cavity.

Ensure the four locking arms (two at the top and two at the bottom) are flush with top and bottom of the TLP 710MV and place the touchpanel into the hole.

Use a Phillips head screwdriver to tighten the locking arm screws. As the screws tighten, the locking arms rotate into position behind the wall and hold the unit in place. Do not overtighten the screws as this can damage the locking arms or the wall.

Bezel snaps to unit (2 tabs on each side).

Locking arm (4) Tighten screws to rotate locking arms.

Figure 41. Secure the TLP 710MV to a Wall with Locking Arms 10.

Replace the bezel by pressing the catches on the bezel into the corresponding holes on the front of the panel.

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Wall Mounting the TLP 710MV with a Wall Box

The TLP 710MV can be wall mounted using the Extron BB 710M or the Extron EWB 710M. Follow the instructions provided with the appropriate wall box.

Furniture Mounting the TLP 710MV

The TLP 710MV can be mounted into the surface of a lectern as follows:

1.

Determine the best location for the TLP 710MV.

2.

Use the template provided to mark the lectern and cut a hole 7.5 inches (19.05 cm) wide by 5.813 inches (14.76 cm) high.

3. 4. 5.

Remove the bezel from the TLP 710MV.

Ensure all the locking arms are flush with the unit and check that the TLP 710MV can fit into the hole. If necessary, use a rasp or a coarse file to enlarge the hole.

With the TLP 710MV in position, mark four holes for the screws that will secure the unit to the lectern.

6. 7. 8.

Remove the TLP 710MV and, if necessary, drill four pilot holes into the lectern.

Run the network and video cables to the lectern and through the mounting hole, leaving enough slack to connect them to the back of the TLP 710MV.

Plug the cables into the rear panel connectors (see

figure 5

on page 8).

Connect the LAN port to the network with a straight-through cable, providing both a network connection and power from a Power over Ethernet power supply.

9.

Connect an S-video or composite video source to the RJ-45 MTP input.

Optional: Extron recommends using the Power over Ethernet power supply provided. However, the LAN port may be used as a network-only connection. Connect a 12 VDC, 1.0 A power supply (not provided) to the 2-pole captive screw power input. See the Attention on

page 9

for very important information about power supplies.

Push excess cable into the lectern.

10.

Ensure the four locking arms (two at the top and two at the bottom) are flush with top and bottom of the TLP 710MV and fit the touchpanel into the hole.

11.

Secure the touchpanel to the lectern with four #4 screws (not provided), using the pilot holes drilled in step 6.

12.

Replace the bezel by pressing the catches on the bezel into the corresponding holes on the front of the panel.

Bezel snaps to unit (2 tabs on each side).

Cut hole for mounting unit.

Secure unit with mounting screws (4).

Drill pilot holes for mounting screws (4).

Figure 42. Mounting the TLP 710MV on a Lectern TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Mounting 41

Desktop Mounting the TLP 710TV

Placement without a Mounting Kit

The TLP 710TV comes assembled with a stand that allows it to be placed on a desktop.

To secure the unit to the desktop: Mounting Holes (2)

Figure 43. TLP 710TV Base (Bottom View), Showing Mounting Holes 1. 2. 3.

Mark the location of two holes, 3.07 inches (78 mm) apart.

Drill two holes through the desktop from underneath.

Attach the TLP 710TV, using two #8 wood screws through the desktop from underneath into the two holes in the base.

Placement with a Kensington Security Lock

Kensington Security Slot

Figure 44. TLP 710TV Base, Showing Kensington Security Slot

For additional security, the rear edge of the base has a metal-reinforced slot, which may be used to attach a Kensington Security Lock (not provided). Follow the instructions that are provided by the manufacturer to install the lock.

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Mounting with a Swivel Mount Adapter

The TLP 710TV can be mounted with the optional Extron SMA-1 swivel mount adapter. This allows the unit to be mounted permanently yet swivel up to 180° in either direction.

1.

Remove the back cover and base cover, using the provided Extron removal tool, as described in

Removing the TLP 710TV Base for VESA Mounting

, below.

2.

Remove the screw holding the locking plate at the bottom of the base. This releases the weight, which can be removed from the top of the base, leaving the mounting hole that will fit over the conduit of the SMA-1.

Locking Plate Locking Screw

3. 4. 5. Figure 45. TLP 710TV Base, Showing Locking Plate and Screw

Attach the conduit, insulation disk, and swivel disk and configure the set screws to allow for the degree of swivel that is required (see the

SMA-1 Swivel Mount Adapter Kit User Guide

, available at

www.extron.com

).

Place the mounting hole in the base over the conduit of the SMA-1.

Secure the unit with the backing plate and locking nut as described in the

SMA-1 Swivel Mount Adapter Kit User Guide

.

Removing the TLP 710TV Base for VESA Mounting

Notch to Remove Back Cover Notch to Remove Base Cover

Figure 46. Removing the Back and Base Covers 1. 2.

Remove the back cover by inserting the Extron removal tool (provided) into the notches on each side and prying off the cover.

Remove the base cover using the Extron removal tool.

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Mounting 43

VESA Mounting Holes (4) Spanner Drive Security Screws (2 for each hinge) Hinges (2) Cable Runway

Figure 47. Removing the Base from the Touchpanel 3. 4. 5.

If necessary, cut the zip tie holding the twisted pair cables to the TLP 710TV base.

If necessary, remove the cables from the cable runway in the base.

Remove the four spanner drive security screws holding the hinges to the touchpanel.

NOTE: The spanner drive screws holding the hinges require a #6 spanner bit or #6 spanner head screwdriver, which is not provided.

6.

Lift the TLP away from the base.

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VESA Mounting the TLP 710TV

1. 2.

Before attaching the VESA mounting kit, remove the base and back of the TLP 710TV, as described in

Removing the TLP 710TV Base for VESA Mounting

(see page 43).

If necessary, connect the cables and use a zip tie to secure them to the back of the touchpanel.

3. 4.

Attach the small back cover (provided). Fit the bottom catches into the slots on the bottom of the panel and snap the side catches into place. Secure a VESA D 75 mm mounting kit to the VESA mounting holes on the back of the TLP 710TV (see

figure 9

,

F ). Follow the instructions provided with the mounting kit. Figure 48 shows the Extron LPVM-1 mount kit.

LPVM-1 Plate 2 Security Screws (4) Small Back Cover

Figure 48. VESA Mounting the TLP 710TV with the LPVM-1 TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Mounting 45

Reset Modes

The TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV have four reset modes that correspond to four of the five reset modes for the IP Link controllers.

Use Factory Firmware

Run or Stop Events

• •

Reset All IP Settings

Reset to Factory Defaults

The reset modes are initiated by pressing the

Reset

button. To access the Reset button on the TLP 710MV, remove the bezel (see

figure 4

, TLP 710TV is on the back panel (see

figure 9

,

B ).

C ). The

Reset

button on the

Use Factory Firmware

This mode is used to boot up the unit with factory-installed firmware for a single power cycle in the event of a firmware update that failed or incompatibility issues arising with user-loaded firmware NOTE: User-defined web pages may not work correctly with an earlier version of the firmware.

Activation

To start the Use Factory Firmware reset mode and replace firmware:

1.

On the touchpanel, hold down the recessed

Reset

button while applying power to the unit. When power is restored, the Reset LED lights. Hold the

Reset

button for a further two seconds before releasing it. The touchpanel enters factory firmware mode.

2.

Upload new firmware to the unit as desired (see

Updating Firmware

on page 27).

NOTE: Do not continue to operate the touchpanel using the factory firmware version. If you want to use the factory default firmware, you must upload that version again.

Result

The unit reverts to factory-installed firmware. Event scripting does not start if the unit is powered on in this mode. All user files and settings such as drivers, adjustments, and IP settings are maintained.

NOTE: To return the unit to the firmware version that was running prior to the reset, cycle power to the unit.

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Reset Modes 46

Run or Stop Events

This mode is useful for troubleshooting

Activation

1. 2.

Hold down the Reset button for approximately 3 seconds until the Reset LED blinks once.

Release and press Reset momentarily (less than 1 second) within 1 second.

Result

This mode turns events on or off.

NOTE: Nothing happens if the momentary press does not occur within 1 second.

Reset All IP Settings

This mode resets all IP settings to factory defaults.

Activation

To reset all IP settings:

1.

Hold down the Reset button for approximately 6 seconds until the Power LED blinks twice (once at 3 seconds, again at 6 seconds).

2.

Release and press Reset momentarily (for less than 1 second) within 1 second. Nothing happens if the momentary press does not occur within 1 second.

Result

• • • • • • Enables ARP capability.

Sets the IP address back to factory default (192.168.254.254).

Sets the subnet address back to factory default (255.255.255.0).

Sets the default gateway address to the factory default (0.0.0.0).

Sets all other IP settings, addresses, and domain and host names back to factory default.

Turns DHCP off.

TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV • Reset Modes 47

Reset to Factory Defaults

This mode resets all IP settings and touchpanel settings to factory defaults and removes all configurations. It allows you to start over with configuration and uploading.

Activation

To reset the unit to all factory default settings:

1.

Hold down the Reset button for approximately 9 seconds until the Power LED blinks three times (once at 3 seconds, again at 6 seconds, again at 9 seconds).

2.

Release and press Reset momentarily (for less than 1 second) within 1 second. Nothing happens if the momentary press does not occur within 1 second.

Result

Reset to Factory Defaults mode performs a complete reset to factory defaults (except the firmware).

• Does everything

Reset All IP Settings

mode does (see the previous page).

• Removes touchpanel configurations and user interface.

• Resets all touchpanel settings to factory default.

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Extron Warranty

Extron Electronics warrants this product against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of three years from the date of purchase. In the event of malfunction during the warranty period attributable directly to faulty workmanship and/or materials, Extron Electronics will, at its option, repair or replace said products or components, to whatever extent it shall deem necessary to restore said product to proper operating condition, provided that it is returned within the warranty period, with proof of purchase and description of malfunction to:

USA, Canada, South America, and Central America:

Extron U.S.A.

Electronics 1230 South Lewis Street Anaheim, CA 92805

Japan:

Extron Electronics, Japan Kyodo Building, 16 Ichibancho Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0082 Japan

Europe and Africa:

Extron Europe Hanzeboulevard 10 3825 PH Amersfoort The Netherlands

China:

Extron China 686 Ronghua Road Songjiang District Shanghai 201611 China

Asia:

Extron Electronics Asia Pte. Ltd. 135 Joo Seng Road, #04-01 PM Industrial Bldg. Singapore 368363 Singapore

Middle East:

Extron Middle East Dubai Airport Free Zone F13, PO Box 293666 Dubai, United Arab Emirates This Limited Warranty does not apply if the fault has been caused by misuse, improper handling care, electrical or mechanical abuse, abnormal operating conditions, or if modifications were made to the product that were not authorized by Extron.

NOTE: If a product is defective, please call Extron and ask for an Application Engineer to receive an RA (Return Authorization) number. This will begin the repair process.

USA:

714.491.1500 or 800.633.9876

Asia: Europe: Japan:

31.33.453.4040 81.3.3511.7655 Units must be returned insured, with shipping charges prepaid. If not insured, you assume the risk of loss or damage during shipment. Returned units must include the serial number and a description of the problem, as well as the name of the person to contact in case there are any questions. E xtron Electronics makes no further warranties either expressed or implied with respect to the product and its quality, performance, merchantability, or fitness for any particular use. In no event will Extron Electronics be liable for direct, indirect, or consequential damages resulting from any defect in this product even if Extron Electronics has been advised of such damage.

Please note that laws vary from state to state and country to country, and that some provisions of this warranty may not apply to you.

Worldwide Headquarters:

Extron USA West, 1025 E. Ball Road, Anaheim, CA 92805, 800.633.9876

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