AMX MST-1001 modero s series g4 touch panels Quick Start Guide

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AMX MST-1001 modero s series g4 touch panels Quick Start Guide
QUICK START GUIDE
MST-1001 10.1" Modero S Series Tabletop Touch Panel
Overview
Power via Power Over Ethernet
The MST-1001 10.1” Modero S Series Tabletop Touch Panel (FG2265-05) includes
VoIP, brilliant 24-bit color depth, PoE connectivity, USB and streaming video. The MST1001 also supports Bluetooth keyboard and mouse via the optional MXA-BT Bluetooth
Adapter.
Microphone
Sleep Button
Power for the MST-1001 is supplied via Power Over Ethernet (PoE), utilizing an
AMX-certified, capacitive touch-compliant PoE injector such as the PS-POE-AT-TC High
Power PoE Injector (FG423-83) or other approved AMX PoE power source.
The incoming Ethernet cable should be connected to the RJ45 port on the panel.
Conf iguring and Programming
S Series touch panels are equipped with a Settings menu that provides the ability to set
and configure various features on the panels.
Note: Information on the Settings menu, panel conf iguration and programming is
provided in the Modero S Series Programming Guide, available at www.amx.com.
Accessing the Settings Menu
USB Port
To access the Settings menu, press and hold the Sleep button on the top of the panel
for 3 seconds. This invokes an on-screen prompt to release the button to enter the main
Settings page (FIG. 3).
FIG. 1 MST-1001
Product Specif ications
MST-1001 SPECIF ICATIONS
Dimensions (HWD)
6 3/16" x 10 1/16" x 4 1/16" (157mm x 255mm x 103mm)
Weight
2.6 lbs (1.179 Kg)
Power Consumption
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External Power
Supply Required
Full-On: 14W (max)
Typical: 7.5W
Standby: 4.5W
Shutdown: 0.7W
Start-Up Inrush Current: Not applicable due to PoE standard
Optimal performance requires use of one of the following AMX PoE
power supplies (not included):
• PS-POE-AF-TC, PoE Injector, 802.3AF Compliant (FG423-83)
• NXA-ENET8-2POE, Gigabit PoE Ethernet Switch (FG2178-63)
Certifications
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FCC Part 15 Class B
CE EN 55022, 55024, 60950-1
IEC 60950-1
C-Tick CISPR 22 Class B
IC CISPR 22 Class B
UL 60950-1
VCCI CISPR 22 Class B
RoHS
WEEE
Environmental
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Temperature (Operating): 32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C)
Temperature (Storage): 4°F to 140°F (-20°C to 60°C)
Humidity (Operating): 20% to 85% RH
Humidity (Storage): 5% to 85% RH
Power ("Heat") Dissipation:
On: 109.2 BTU/hr
Standby: 10.6 BTU/hr
Included
Accessories
• MXA-USB-C, USB Port Cover Kit (FG5968-18)
• Cat5e Ethernet Cable, Flat Black (ECA2265-10)
• UTP CAT.5E Snap In Coupler, Black (64-5968-01)
Connector Locations
USB peripherals (mouse, keyboard, etc.) may be connected to the USB port on the rear
of the device. Updates to the device’s firmware can also made via the USB port.
USB Port
RJ-45 Port
Speaker
FIG. 2 MST-1001 USB PORT LOCATION
FIG. 3 SETTINGS MENU
Accessing the Conf iguration Page
1.
From the Settings menu, select Conf iguration.
If the Conf iguration page is password protected, this opens a password keypad.
Enter the panel password into the keypad (the default is 1988) and select OK to
access the page (FIG. 4).
2.
FIG. 4 CONFIGURATION PAGE
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To reboot the panel, press and hold the text under the Reboot section for two
seconds.
To shut down the panel, press and hold the text under the Shutdown section for
two seconds.
Setting the Panel’s Device Number and Device Name
In the Conf iguration page:
1.
Press Panel to open the Panel Conf iguration page.
2.
In the Device Name page, ensure that the Synchronize Device Names button is not
selected, and click it to deselect it if it is.
3.
Press Device Number to open the Device Number keypad.
4.
Enter a unique Device Number assignment for the panel and press OK.
5.
Press the Device Name field to open the Device Name keypad.
6.
Enter a unique Device Name assignment for the panel and press OK.
7.
Click the arrow on the top left of the page once to return to the Conf iguration
page and twice to return to the Settings page.
Accessing the Connection & Networks Page
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From the Settings menu, select Connection & Networks.
If the page is password protected, this opens a password keypad.
Enter the panel password into the keypad (the default is 1988) and select OK to
access the page (FIG. 5).
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Enter the server’s IP address and click OK.
Repeat this procedure with the other fields on the Network Connections page.
When finished, the new connection information will be visible in the Network
Connections page.
Connecting to a NetLinx Master
To establish the type of connection to make between the panel and NetLinx Master:
1.
In the Connection & Networks page, select Master Connection to open the Master
Connection page (FIG. 8).
FIG. 5 CONNECTION & NETWORKS PAGE
Conf iguring the Panel’s IP Address
The first step is to configure the panel’s communication parameters. This only
configures the panel to communicate with a network, and it is still necessary to tell the
panel with which Master it should be communicating.
Network Communication With a DHCP Address
In the Connection & Networks page:
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Select Network Connection to open the Network Connection page (FIG. 6).
FIG. 6 NETWORK CONNECTION PAGE
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FIG. 8 MASTER CONNECTION PAGE
2.
Press Mode to toggle through the available connection modes (Auto, URL or
Listen):
CONNECTION MODES
Mode
Description
Procedures
URL
The device connects to the
target Master’s IP address via
a TCP connection.
1) Select URL in the Mode menu.
2) Enter the Master IP/URL, Master Port Number,
and Username/Password (if required by the
Master).
Press OK to save changes.
Listen
This mode allows the panel to
“listen” for the Master’s
communication signals.
Note that in this mode, the
System Number and Master IP/
URL fields are read-only.
1) Select Listen in the Mode menu.
2) Confirm the panel’s IP address is on the
Master’s URL list (via NetLinx Studio).
3) Press OK to save changes.
Note: The Host Name can be used to locate the
panel on the Master (particularly useful for DHCP
connections where the IP address can change).
Auto
Use this mode when both the
panel and the NetLinx Master
are on the same Subnet.
1) Select Auto in the Mode menu.
2) Enter the System Number and Username and
Password (if applicable).
3) Press OK to save changes.
3.
If you have enabled password security on your Master, you need to set the
username and password within the device.
a. Select Username to open the Master User keyboard.
b. Set your Username and select OK.
c. Select the Password to open the Master Password keyboard.
d. Set your Master Password and select OK.
e. Press the Back button twice to return to the Settings page.
Toggle the DHCP/Static field until the choice cycles to DHCP. This action causes all
fields on the page (other than Host Name) to be greyed-out.
Select Host Name to open the Host Name keyboard. Enter the new host name and
click OK.
Setting Static IP Information
When using DHCP settings for a panel, the DHCP server will automatically populate
almost all of the Network Connections page fields, with the exception of Hostname.
When setting the panel for Static, however, this information must be entered manually.
To enter the network connection information:
1.
In DHCP/Static, press the field until the entry reads “Static”. This enables all of
the editable Network Connections page fields.
2.
Select the IP Address field to open the Wired IP Address keypad (FIG. 7).
Related Software and Additional Documentation (at www.amx.com)
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Programming the Modero S Series touch panels requires the use of the latest
versions of NetLinx Studio and TPDesign4, both available to download at
www.amx.com. Refer to the NetLinx Studio and TPDesign4 online help for
information.
For additional information on the MST-1001 panel, refer to the S-Series Touch
Panels MSD/T-1001, MSD/T-701 & MSD/T-431 Instruction Manual.
For detailed information on the Settings menu as well programming information
and instructions on upgrading firmware, refer to the Modero S Series
Programming Guide.
FIG. 7 WIRED IP ADDRESS KEYBOARD
Last Revised: 6/22/2015
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