Extron RGB 478 Mxi Manual

Extron RGB 478 Mxi Manual
Setup Guide — RGB 472xi/474xi/478xi/478 Mxi
This guide provides quick start instructions for an experienced installer to set up and operate Extron®
RGB 472xi/474xi/478xi/478 Mxi wall-mountable analog computer-video interfaces.
Installation
N Cable and test the interface before installing it in the wall. Connectors and some controls will be inaccessible once
the interface is installed.
Step 1 — Preparing the mounting surface
a. Place the wall box against the installation surface, and mark the opening guidelines.
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Use a level to mark the opening.
b. Cut out the material from the marked area.
c. Secure the wall box with 10-penny nails or #8 or #10 screws, leaving the front edge flush with the surface.
d. Run all required cables (see step 3) and secure them with cable clamps.
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In order to fit in the junction box, do not install a boot on TP cables and RJ-45 connectors.
Step 2 — Power
Turn off or disconnect all equipment power sources.
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Step 3 — Rear panel connections and settings
N Items g, h, i, and j are present on the RGB 474xi only. On the RGB 478xi,
this space hold AAPs. On the RGB 478 Mxi, this space hold MAAPs.
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All models
a
b
1
RGB video output connectors — Connect an RGB device to these red, green,
blue, black, and yellow male BNC connectors as follows.
Video
format
Red
BNC
Green
BNC
Blue
BNC
Black
BNC
Yellow
BNC
RGBHV
Red
Green
Blue
Horizontal
Vertical
RGBS
Red
Green
Blue
Sync
RGsB
Red
Green
Blue
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
3
2
9*
10*
4
5
5
4
3
* RGB 474xi only
Stereo audio output connector — Connect an audio device, such as powered speakers, to this 3.5 mm, 5-pole direct insertion screw connector for
balanced or unbalanced stereo or mono audio output. Insert the wires into the connector and tighten the screws.
R+ R-
C
Mono
Do not tin the wires! Unbalanced Stereo Output
Tip
Ring
Sleeve (s)
Tip
Ring
L+ L-
R+ R-
Audio
NO GROUND HERE.
Mono
Sleeve(s)
Tip
L+ L-
Tip
NO GROUND HERE.
Balanced Stereo Output
For unbalanced audio output, connect the sleeve(s) to the ground contact. DO NOT connect the sleeve(s) to the negative (-) contacts.
N Configure the interface for stereo or mono output using rear panel DIP switch 7 (item c, below). When Mono is selected, the right and left inputs are combined
c
d
and placed on the left output connectors.
DIP switches — This bank of DIP switches configures
the interface as shown at right. the default position
for all switches is off (down).
Switch
On (up)
Off (down)
1 — SOG
Sync on green (RGsB)
RGBHV or RGBS
2 — Composite sync
RGBS
RGBHV or RGsB
Gain switch — Compensates long cable runs. Set the
switch to one of three positions as follows:
Normal (inside position) — Unity (no signal boost)
Medium (middle position) — Mid-level peaking and
gain
Maximum (outside position) — Maximum peaking
and gain, Use this setting for longer cable runs.
3 — DDSP
Bypass sync processing
Allow sync processing
4 — Serration pulses
Serration pulses present
No serration pulses
5 — Negative sync
Force H and V sync negative H and V sync follow input sync
6 — Pulse width
V sync pulse is narrow
V sync pulse is wide
7 — Mono audio
Mono on left channel only
Stereo
8 — Auto-switch
Auto-switch mode
Manual switch mode
N If the interface output cable is shorter than approximately
e
125 feet (38.1 m), and gain is set to medium or maximum,
the image may be overcompensated. If the image edges seem to exceed their boundaries or thin lines and sharp edges look fuzzy, reduce the gain setting.
Power connector — Connect the included 12 V power supply (or any 9 V to 24 V power supply) to the interface as shown at right.
Insert the wires into the connector and tighten the screws. Polarity is not important.
C
N For contact closure control, auto-switch mode must be off. See DIP switch 7 (item c, above).
1 2
Contact closure connector — Connect a contact closure device for remote selection of the input. Insert the wires into the connector
and tighten the screws. For contact closure control, short the pin for the desired input to the ground pin to select that device.
3"
16 (5 mm)
Max.
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This product is intended to be supplied by a Listed Power Unit marked “Class 2” or “LPS”, rated 9 VDC to 24 VDC, 0.2 A minimum.
Always use a power supply supplied 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. Unless otherwise stated, the AC/DC adapters are not suitable
for use in air handling spaces or in wall cavities. The installation must always be in accordance with the applicable provisions of
National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70, article 75 and the Canadian Electrical Code part 1, section 16. The power supply shall not
be permanently fixed to a building structure or similar structure.
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Setup Guide ­— RGB 472xi/474xi/478xi/478 Mxi, cont’d
RGB 474xi only
g
h
i
j
Video connector — Connect a composite video device to this female BNC connector for pass-through from a front panel connector (item s).
S-video connector — Connect an S-video device to this female 4-pin mini-DIN connector for pass-through from a front panel connector (item t).
Balanced audio connectors — Connect an audio device to this 3.5 mm, 5-pole direct insertion screw connector for pass-through of a balanced audio
output from the front panel connectors (item e). See the figure associated with item u, on the other side of this sheet to wire the connector. Insert
the wires into the connector and tighten the screws.
Network connectors — Connect network devices to these female RJ-45 connectors for pass-through from front panel connectors (item v).
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13
Step 4 — Front panel connections and features
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15
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20*
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
N Items s, t, u, and v are present on the RGB 474xi only. On the RGB 478xi, this space holds
AAPs. On the RGB 478 Mxi, this space holds MAAPs.
INPUT
SELECT
All models
k
l
m
2
Input 1 and 2 — Connect computer-video sources to these female 15-pin HD connectors.
Audio input 1 and 2 — Connect unbalanced stereo audio sources
to these 3.5 mm mini stereo jacks for unbalanced audio input.
Tip (Left) Sleeve (Gnd)
Input Select button — Press this button to select an input signal.
AUDIO
L/MONO
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AUDIO 1
INPUT 1
R
CAT6
CAT6
MONITOR
21*
Power and signal LEDs —
Both red — Power is applied.
Mixed indications — Indicates input selection and signal status as shown
in the table at right.
INPUT 1
Tip (Left)
Sleeve
(Gnd)
RGB 474xi
= Faceplate screws
DO NOT REMOVE
18
17
22*
WITH ADSP™
* RGB 474xi only
Input selected
Input 1 signal
Input 2 signal
LED 1
1
Not present
Not present
Red
Off
2
Not present
Not present
Off
Red
1
Present
Not present
Green
Off
2
Present
Not present
Amber
Red
1
Not present
Present
Red
Amber
2
Not present
Present
Off
Green
1
Present
Present
Green
Amber
2
Present
Present
Amber
Green
H(orizontal) Shift — While viewing the displayed image, rotate this
control to move the image to the right or left on the screen.
N DDSP disables the interface’s Horizontal Shift control.
p
q
r
AUDIO 2
INPUT 2
MONITOR
Ring (Right)
Select button.
o
H. SHIFT
FOLLOWS
N Auto-switch mode, set by DIP switch 8, item c, disables the Input
n
MIN/MAX
1
14
To use the display’s centering controls rather than the interface’s controls, set
DDSP DIP switch 3, item c, to On (up).
Min/Max LED — This LED flashes when the minimum and maximum
limits of the Horizontal Shift control (item o) is reached.
Monitor connector — If desired, connect a local monitor or other device
to this female 15-pin HD connector.
LED 2
Monitor switch — Selects which input signal to output on the Monitor connector (item q), as follows
Follows (up) — Local monitor display the signal from the selected input.
Input 1 (down) — Locks the local monitor to input 1.
RGB 474xi only
s
t
u
v
Video connector — Connect a composite video source to this female BNC connector for pass-through to a rear panel connector (item g).
S-video connector — Connect an S-video source to this female 4-pin mini-DIN connector for pass-through to a rear panel connector (item h).
Audio connectors — Connect unbalanced stereo or mono audio to these female,
left and right, RCA connectors for pass-through to rear panel connectors (item
i). For mono audio, connect the source to the L/Mono RCA connector. When
DIP switch 7 (item c) is set to on (up), the L/Mono input signal is output on both
channels of the rear panel captive screw connector.
Tip (Signal)
Sleeve (Gnd)
Network connectors — Connect network devices to these female RJ-45
connectors for pass-through to rear panel connectors (item j).
Testing and final installation
Make all connections and test the system. After all devices are powered up, the system
is fully operational. If any problems are encountered, verify that the cables are routed
and connected properly. If your problems persist, call the Extron S3 Sales & Technical
Support Hotline that is closest to you, at the number shown below.
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Install the device when the operation tests satisfactorily.
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b. Mount the interface into the wall box.
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RGB 478xi
Extron USA - East
Extron Europe
Extron Asia
Extron Japan
Extron China
Extron Middle East
+800.633.9876
+800.3987.6673
+800.7339.8766
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+400.883.1568
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© 2010 Extron Electronics. All rights reserved.
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+86.21.3760.1566 FAX
68-661-50
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