Extron TLP Pro 1720TG Manual

Extron TLP Pro 1720TG Manual

TLP Pro 1220TG, TLP Pro 1520TG, and TLP Pro 1720TG • Setup Guide

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Overview

The Extron TLP Pro 1220TG, TLP Pro 1520TG, and TLP Pro 1720TG are table-top touchpanels with high resolution capacitive touch screens. The TLP Pro 1220TG has a 12.1 inch screen with a 1280x800 resolution. The TLP Pro 1520TG has a 15.6 inch screen with a 1366x768 resolution. The TLP Pro 1720TG has a 17.3 inch screen with a 1920x1080 resolution. They are ideal for any AV applications requiring large touchpanels with flexible mounting options and fully customizable interfaces. This guide provides instructions for experienced installers to mount and install these touchpanels. For more complete procedures, see the

TLP Pro 1220, TLP Pro 1520, and TLP Pro 1720 Series User Guide

at

www.extron.com

.

Setup Overview and Checklist Get Ready

… Download and install the latest version of the following software: z z

GUI Designer

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

Global Configurator ® Plus and Professional

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

z

Toolbelt

— for device discovery, device information, firmware updates, and configuration of network settings, system utilities, and user management for TouchLink Pro devices. All three software programs are available from

www.extron.com

.

… Obtain the following network information from your network administrator: … DHCP status (on or off). If DHCP is off, you also require: … … IP address … Subnet mask … Gateway … … User name — this can be either admin or user .

Passwords — by default, these are extron (for both admin and user).

Make a note of the touchpanel MAC address.

Mount and Cable All Devices ATTENTION:

Do not power on the touchpanels or control processors until you have read the Attention in the Power Supply section of the

TLP Pro 1220, TLP Pro 1520, and TLP Pro 1720 Series User Guide

or the

IPL Pro User Guide

.

Ne branchez pas les écrans tactiles ou les contrôleurs avant d’avoir lu la mise en garde dans la section « sources d’alimentation » du

TLP Pro 1220, TLP Pro 1520, and TLP Pro 1720 Series User Guide

ou du

IPL Pro User Guide

.

… … …

Mount the units. There are several mounting options for TouchLink Pro touchpanels (see

Mounting

on the following page). Connect cables to the touchpanels. To connect cables, remove the back and base covers (see

figure 1

on the following page).

For more information about the cable connectors, see

Rear Panel Features

on page 4.

Connect the power cords and power on all devices.

Set up the Touchpanels for Network Communication

… … Connect the PC that you will use for setup, the control processor, and touchpanel

to the same Ethernet subnetwork

.

Use the

Setup Menu

(see page 5) or Toolbelt to set the DHCP status and, if necessary, the IP address, subnet mask, gateway,

and related settings for the touchpanel.

Configure the Touchpanels

The

GUI Designer Help File

,

Global Configurator Help File

, and the

Toolbelt Help File

provide step-by-step instructions and more detailed information. The

Global Configurator Help File

includes an introduction to the software and sections on how to start a project and configuration.

1

2 TLP Pro 1220TG, TLP Pro 1520TG, and TLP Pro 1720TG • Setup Guide

Mounting

A range of optional mounting kits are available for all three models. The kits must be purchased separately. Follow the installation instructions provided with the kit.

Removing the back and base covers Some of these procedures require the back and base covers to be removed. You must remove the back cover before you can remove the base cover.

1. 2. Use the provided Extron removal tool. There is one notch on each side of the back cover (figure 1, 1 ). Insert the tool into the notch to release the catch.

Use the removal tool to remove the base cover. There are two notches at the back of the base ( 2 ).

Figure 1.

Remove the Back and Base Covers

Desktop Mounting

The TLP Pro 1220TG, TLP Pro 1520TG, and TLP Pro 1720TG come assembled with stands that allow the units to be placed on any suitable flat surface (for example a desk, table, or lectern).

Fixed Mounting Figure 2 shows the base of the TLP Pro 1220TG, with the cover removed to indicate the position of the mounting holes. The bases of the TLP Pro 1520 TG and TLP Pro 1720TG are similar and the spacing of the mounting holes (figure 2, 1 ) is identical.

1. Mark the location for two holes, 4.96 inches (126 mm) apart. This measurement is the same for all three models.

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Drill two pilot holes into the desktop.

Remove the base cover (see Removing the Back and Base Covers, above).

Insert two #10 flat-head wood screws (not provided) through the touchpanel and align them with the two pilot holes.

Secure the touchpanel to the tabletop.

Replace the base cover.

Figure 2.

Mounting Holes in TLP Pro 1220TG Base

Kensington ® Security Lock For added security, attach a Kensington Security Lock (not provided) to the metal-reinforced Kensington Security Slot on the rear edge of the base (figure 3, shows the rear edge of the TLP Pro 1520TG base, but the bases of the TLP Pro 1220TG and TLP Pro 1720TG are very similar. Follow the instructions that are provided by the manufacturer to install the lock.

1 ). The figure Figure 3.

Slot for Kensington Security Lock

SMA-1 Swivel Mount Adapter

To swivel either device up to 180° in either direction, use the optional Extron SMA-1 swivel mount adapter, to permanently mount the touchpanels.

1. 2. 3.

Remove the back cover and base cover (see

Removing the back and base covers

, above).

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

.

VESA Mounting

Use a third-party D-type VESA mounting kit with the 100 mm x 100 mm mounting pattern.

1. Remove the back cover.

2. 3. Remove the four screws holding the touchpanel to the base. There are two screws in each base attachment hinge

(

figure 5

,

K on page 4).

Follow the instructions provided with the VESA mounting kit.

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Front Panel Features

Figure 4 shows the TLP Pro 1720TG front panel diagram. The features of the TLP Pro 1220TG and TLP Pro 1520TG are very similar.

Figure 4.

TLP Pro 1720TG Front Panel

A

Communication LED

— shows the configuration and connection status of the touchpanel: B C D z z Unlit during normal operation (the touchpanel is configured and connected to an IP Link Pro control processor).

Blinks red if the touchpanel has been configured but is not connected to an IP Link Pro control processor.

z Lights red permanently if the touchpanel has not been configured.

Status light

— can be programmed to provide system feedback. The LED light bar is located above the screen.

Ambient light sensor

— monitors ambient light level and adjusts screen brightness.

Capacitive touch screen

— provides simple control of AV systems: E z z The TLP Pro 1220TG has a 12.1 inch screen with a 1280x800 resolution.

The TLP Pro 1520TG has a 15.6 inch screen with 1366x768 resolution.

z The TLP Pro 1720TG has a 17.3 inch screen with 1920x1080 resolution.

Speakers

— provide stereo audio for video preview and audible feedback from button presses. They are located below the screen, one on each side of the panel.

F

Motion sensor

— detects motion in front of the touchpanel. 3

TLP Pro 1220TG, TLP Pro 1520TG, and TLP Pro 1720TG • Setup Guide

Rear Panel Features

Figure 5 shows the TLP Pro 1720TG rear panel diagram (with back cover removed). The features of the TLP Pro 1220TG and TLP Pro 1520TG are very similar.

C D E F G H 4 Figure 5.

TLP Pro 1720TG Rear Panel (with back cover removed)

A

Power supply input

— connect a 12 VDC, 3.0 A Limited Power Source (LPS) power supply to this DC plug connector. ATTENTION:

The touchpanels can use a 12 VDC desktop power supply or Power over Ethernet. Do not connect either power supply before reading the Attention in the Power section of the

TLP Pro 1220, TLP Pro 1520, and TLP Pro 1720 Series User Guide

.

Les écrans tactiles peuvent utiliser une source d’alimentation externe 12 Vcc ou l’alimentation POE via Ethernet. Ne branchez pas de sources d’alimentation externes avant d’avoir lu les mises en garde dans la section « Power Supply » du

TLP Pro 1220, TLP Pro 1520, and TLP Pro 1720 Series User Guide

.

B C D E

USB connectors

— for peripheral controls.

Rear status light

— an LED light bar that can be programmed to provide system feedback.

HDMI input

— for alternative video input.

XTP/LAN/PoE input

z

XTP

input — Connect the touchpanel to the XTP source using a twisted pair cable, terminated with an RJ-45 connector. For complete information about which cables to use, see the user guide for your XTP product.

100-240V~50/60 Hz 1.1A MAX

z

LAN

input — Connect the touchpanel to the LAN using a twisted pair cable, terminated with an RJ-45 connector.

z

PoE

input — the connector can be used with a PoE power injector. Connect the cables as shown in figure 6, which shows the Extron PI 140 power injector (recommended by Extron).

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

Extron PI 140

To Network or XTP Device

INPUT LAN OUTPUT POWERED TLP

To a TLP Pro touchpanel Figure 6.

Connecting the Power Injector

F G H NOTE: Do not remotely power the touchpanel using an XTP device. Use the power supply or power injector recommended by Extron (see the

TLP Pro 1220, TLP Pro 1520, and TLP Pro 1720 Series User Guide

).

Audio output

— for use with headphones or assistive listening devices.

Menu button

— activates the setup menu and calibration screen (see

Setup Menu

on the following page).

Reset button

— pressing the reset button allows the unit to be reset in any of three different modes (see

Reset Modes

, on the following page. For more information, see the

TLP Pro 1220, TLP Pro 1520, and TLP Pro 1720 Series User Guide

).

I J K

Reset LED

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

VESA mounting holes

(4) — for use with D-type VESA mounting kits with the 100 x 100 mm mounting pattern.

Base attachment hinge

(2) — each hinge secures the touchpanel to the base with two screws.

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Reset Modes: a Brief Summary

The TLP Pro 1220TG, TLP Pro 1520TG, and TLP Pro 1720TG offer the following reset modes. For full information about the modes, see the

TLP Pro 1220, TLP Pro 1520, and TLP Pro 1720 Series User Guide

.

Use factory firmware:

Reset All IP Settings:

Reset to Factory Defaults:

Press and hold the

Reset

button (

figure 5

, H on the previous page) while applying power to the unit. Use this mode to replace firmware in the event of firmware failure.

Press and hold the

Reset

button for 6 seconds. After the Reset LED (

figure 5

,  I ) blinks twice, release and momentarily press the

Reset

button. Use this mode to reset all network settings without affecting user-loaded files.

Press and hold the

Reset

button for 9 seconds. After the Reset LED blinks three times, release and momentarily press the

Reset

button. Use this mode to return the interface to factory default settings.

Setup Menu

Press the

Menu

button (

figure 5

, G ) to open the setup menu. Select any of the six available screens (

Status

,

Network

,

Display

,

Audio

,

Input

and

Advanced

) by pressing the appropriate button in the navigation bar at the top of the screen (for more information, see the

TLP Pro 1220, TLP Pro 1520, and TLP Pro 1720 Series User Guide

).

Figure 7 shows the setup menu for the TLP Pro 1220TG. The setup menus for the TLP Pro 1520TG and TLP Pro 1720TG are very similar.

Press the

Menu

button for at least 3 seconds to open the calibration screen. Follow the on-screen instructions.

Status Network Display Audio Info Model: TLP Pro 1220TG Part Number: 60-1341-02 Firmware Version: Bootloader Version: 1.02.0000.b003

1.03.0000

PoE: Active IP Address: DHCP: Host Name: Network 192.168.254.251

Off TLI-AB-CD-EF Audio Master Volume: Master Mute: 100 Off Advanced Controller IP: Project Size: 192.168.254.250

1/197 MB Input Advanced Exit Resolution: Project: Sleep Timer: Display 1280x800 1280x800 5 Minutes HDMI: XTP: Input No Signal 1280x720 HDCP Figure 7.

Setup Menu: Status page for TLP Pro 1220TG

5

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