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

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

QUICK START GUIDE

MSD-1001-L2

10.1" Modero S Series Wall Mount Touch Panel

Overview

The MSD-1001-L2 10.1" Landscape Wall Mount Touch Panel (FG2265-31) features brilliant 24-bit color depth, PoE connectivity, and streaming video (FIG. 1).

Left LED Sleep Button Microphone Right LED Backbox (side view)

FIG. 1

MSD-1001-L2

Product Specifications MSD-1001-L2 SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions (HWD) Weight Certifications 6 13/16" x 10 1/16" x 2" (174mm x 255mm x 51mm) • 1.95 lbs (.885 Kg), with Backbox, • 1.5 lbs (.680 Kg), without Backbox Power Consumption • Full-On: 14W, Typical: 7.5W, Standby: 4.7W, Shutdown: 0.8W

External Power Supply Required 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) Environmental • FCC Part 15 Class B • CE EN 55022, 55024 • C-Tick CISPR 22 Class B • IEC/EN/UL 60950-1 • CISPR 22 Class B • RoHS • WEEE • 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: 27.3 BTU/hr, Standby: 10.9 BTU/hr Included Accessories • Installation Template 10.1" S Modero S (68-2265-03) • Backbox, Wall Mount, 10.1" (60-2265-44)

MSD-1001-L2 Installation

The MSD-1001-L2 can be installed via several mounting options: Use the included clear plastic Backbox to attach the panel to most standard wall materials. Other optional AMX mounting solutions include the MSA-MMK2-10 Multi Mount Kit (FG2265-21), the MSA-AMK2-10 Any Mount Kit (FG2265-36), and the CB-MSA-10 Rough-In Box and Cover Plate (FG2265-08). Refer to the Quick Start Guide included with each mounting kit for instructions.

Power Over Ethernet

Power for the MSD-1001-L2 is supplied via Power Over Ethernet (PoE), utilizing an AMX certified PoE injector such as the PS-POE-AF-TC PoE Injector (FG423-83). The incoming Ethernet cable should be connected to the RJ-45 port on the MSD-1001-L2.

Plastic Backbox

The MSD-1001-L2 comes with a clear plastic Backbox. This Backbox can be used to mount the touch panel into most standard wall materials. The Backbox can also used to mount the panel into other mounting options. Locking Tab (X4) Locking Tab screw (x4) Locking Tab (X4) Locking Tab screw (x4) Mounting holes (X4) screws (not included) Use these mounting holes to install the Backbox into thin walls (less than 0.5” thick) or solid surfaces

STEP 1: Install the Plastic Backbox

Use the included Installation Template to determine the placement of the Backbox in the mounting surface. The outside edges of the template are the same dimensions as the touch panel, which allows you to troubleshoot possible conflicts with wall edges, doors, and other potential obstacles.

1.

After ensuring proper placement, cut an opening in the mounting surface for the Backbox, using the included Installation Template as a guide.

Note: Consider making the actual cutout opening slightly smaller than the provided dimensions. This provides a margin of error if the opening needs to be expanded. Too little wall material removed is always better than too much.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Thread the incoming cables (Ethernet and Micro-USB) from their terminal locations through the surface opening, leaving enough slack in the wiring to accommodate any re positioning of the panel.

Remove the Backbox knockouts and thread incoming cables through the knockouts.

Gently push the Backbox into the mounting surface.

• This Backbox uses two Locking Tabs to secure the Backbox to the wall. For typical mounting surfaces, such as drywall, the locking tabs are the primary method for securing the Backbox to the wall.

• To ensure a stable installation, the thickness of the wall material must be a minimum of .50 inches (1.27cm) and a maximum of .875 inches (2.22cm). The mounting surface should also be smooth and flat. For thin walls or solid surfaces, use mounting screws

(not included) - see FIG. 2.

Extend the Locking Tabs by tightening the Locking Tab screws until snug (FIG. 3): 10.1” Wall Mount Backbox Locking Tab screw (x4) - tighten to extend each of the four Locking Tabs (max torque = 5 IN-LB) Locking Tab (x4)

FIG. 3

10.1” (L2) BACKBOX - LOCKING TABS AND LOCKING TAB SCREWS

CAUTION: The maximum recommended torque to screw in the locking tabs on the plastic Backbox is 5 IN-LB [56 N-CM]. Excessive torque on the tab screws can strip out the locking tabs or damage the Backbox.

• Extend the Locking Tabs only AFTER the Backbox is inserted into the wall. • When installing the Backbox, make sure that it is positioned correctly.

• The Backbox is clear to allow visual confirmation that the tabs have been extended and are gripping the wall, as well as in assisting with removal if necessary.

STEP 2: Insert Connectors on the Touch Panel

1.

Before installing the touch panel into the Backbox, connect the Ethernet and USB cables to the rear of the panel.

2.

Remove power at the terminal end before continuing with the installation.

Note: Do not disconnect the connectors from the touch panel. The unit must be installed with the attached connectors before being inserted into the mounting surface.

STEP 3: Secure the Touch Panel To the Backbox

The Backbox uses notches and tabs on the front edges (top and bottom) to secure the panel into place. Follow the steps below to install the panel into the Backbox, starting the upper edge of the touch panel:

UPPER TABS FIRST

1.

Center the top edge of the touch panel against the upper outside edge of the Backbox

and latch the top of the panel onto the Backbox top-hooks (FIG. 4):

Use the top-hooks on the top edge of the Backbox to latch the top of the touch panel into place Plastic Backbox MSD-1001-L2 Touch Panel Mounting holes (X4) for installing the Backbox into a Rough-In Box (screws not included)

FIG. 2

10.1" MODERO S BACKBOX (FRONT VIEW)

FIG. 4

ENGAGING THE TOP EDGE OF THE PANEL WITH THE TOP HOOKS ON THE BACKBOX

2.

Gently press the top edge of the touch panel into place to engage the panel’s notches and the top-hooks on the Backbox.

LOWER TABS - Gently Snap Into Place

1.

Swing the bottom edge of the touch panel into position until it rests against the lower outside edge of the Backbox.

Note: If a gap is observed between the panel and the Backbox, or binding is felt while locking down the panel, stop and verify there are no cables in the way. Do not force the panel into position, or the touch screen or the panel electronics may be damaged.

2.

Gently press the bottom edge of the panel gently but firmly and ONLY IN THE PLACES

INDICATED BELOW until the tabs click into place to secure the panel (FIG. 5):

Gently press the bottom edge of the touch panel in these places (simultaneously) to snap the bottom edge of the panel into place and secure the panel in the Backbox SEE NOTES BELOW Observe the decal that is placed on the touch panel (glass surface) to avoid pressing the glass in the wrong places, which could result in damage to the panel Plastic Backbox MSD-1001-L2 Touch Panel

FIG. 5

SNAPPING THE BOTTOM EDGE OF THE PANEL INTO THE BACKBOX 3.

Reconnect the terminal Ethernet and USB to their respective locations on either the Ethernet port or NetLinx Master.

Removing the MSD-1001-L2 from the Backbox

The tabs on the bottom edge of the Backbox lock down the MSD-1001-L2 and must be unlatched in order to remove the touch panel from the Backbox. To do this, you ll need a thin probe such as an straightened paper clip, or the (optional) MXSA-REM-TL Panel Removal Tool:

Note: The (optional) MXSA-REM-TL, Panel Removal Tool (FG5968-99) provides a convenient method to release these clips. The Panel Removal Tool makes it easy to locate the appropriate release points for each panel size. Refer to the MXSA-REM-TL Quick Start Guide for details.

1.

With a thin probe, carefully press straight into the access holes on the bottom of the bezel (near the center of the bottom tabs) to disconnect the two bottom clips (FIG. 6):.

Backbox (bottom view)

Bottom Clip

Note: To avoid damaging the panel, always pull on the plastic bezel - do not pull on the glass.

Bottom Clip

Insert probe (or Panel Removal Tool) straight into access holes to push the bottom clips in and away from the panel to release the bottom edge Bezel (bottom edge)

FIG. 6

MSD-1001-L2 BACKBOX ASSEMBLY - BOTTOM VIEW 2.

Grasp the bottom of the panel and pull gently outward until the side of the panel is free of the snap. Use your other hand to stabilize the front of the touch panel (FIG. 7): Lift the bottom edge of the panel by the plastic bezel and gently rotate up and away from the Backbox

Note: Hold the panel to prevent it from falling once the bottom edge is free

FIG. 7

MSD-1001-L2 BACKBOX ASSEMBLY (RELEASING THE BOTTOM EDGE OF THE PANEL)

Note: Always pull on the frame of the touch panel. NEVER pull on the glass edge.

3.

With the edge of the touch panel free, carefully lift up and out to remove the touch panel from the Backbox. Be careful not to pull on the cables or connectors.

Configuring and Programming

S Series touch panels are equipped with a the button to enter the main

Settings Settings

page.

menu that provides the ability to configure various features on the panels. To access the Settings menu, press and hold the Sleep pushbutton on the top of the panel for 3 seconds. This invokes an on-screen prompt to release

Accessing the Configuration Page

1.

From the

Settings

menu, press

Configuration

. If the

Configuration

page is password 2.

Setting the Panel’s Device Number and Device Name

In the

Configuration

page: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

protected, this opens a password keypad.

Enter the password (default is

1988)

and press

OK

to access the page.

Press

Panel

to open the

Panel Configuration

page.

In the

Device Name

page, ensure that the

Synchronize Device Names

button is not selected; press it to deselect it if it is.

Press

Device Number

to open the Device Number keypad.

Enter a unique Device Number assignment for the panel and press

OK

.

Press the

Device Name

field to open the Device Name keypad.

Enter a unique Device Name assignment for the panel and press

OK

.

Click the arrow on the top left of the page once to return to the

Configuration

page and twice to return to the

Settings

page.

Accessing the Connection & Networks Page

1.

From the Settings menu, press

Connection & Networks

. If the page is password 2.

protected, this opens a password keypad.

Enter the panel password into the keypad (the default is

1988)

and press

OK

to access the page.

Configuring 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: 1.

2.

3.

Select

Network Connection

to open the

Network Connection

page. Toggle the

DHCP/Static

field until the choice cycles to

DHCP

.

Select

Host Name

to open the Host Name keyboard. Enter the new host name and press

OK

.

Setting Static IP Information

1.

In

DHCP/Static

, press the field until the entry reads “Static”. This enables all of the 2.

3.

4.

page.

editable

Network Connections

page fields.

Select

IP Address

to open the

Wired IP Address

Enter the server’s IP address and press

OK

.

keypad.

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

Rebooting the Panel

Press and hold the text under the

Reboot

section for two seconds.

Shutting Down the Panel

Press and hold the text under the

Shutdown

section for two seconds.

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, press

Master Connection

.

2.

Press

Mode

to toggle through the available connection modes (

Auto

,

URL

or

Listen

):

CONNECTION MODES

Mode

URL Listen

Description

The device connects to the target Master via TCP connection.

The panel “listens” for the Master’s communication signals. Note that in this mode, the

System Number

and

Master IP/URL

fields are read-only.

Procedures

1) Press

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.

1) Select 3) Press

Listen OK

in the

Mode

list (via NetLinx Studio).

IP address can change).

menu.

2) Confirm the panel’s IP address is on the Master’s URL to save changes.

Note: The Host Name can be used to locate the panel on the Master (particularly useful for DHCP connections where the

Auto Use this mode when both the panel and the Master are on the same Subnet.

1) Select 3) Press

Auto OK

in the (if applicable).

Mode

menu.

2) Enter the System Number and Username and Password to save changes.

3.

If security is enabled on the target Master, you will be prompted to enter a Username and Password before connecting.

a. Press

Username

to enter the Username and press

OK

.

b. Press

Password

to enter the Password and press

OK

.

c. Press the

Back

button twice to return to the

Settings

page.

Related Software and Additional Documentation

• For additional information on the MSD-1001-L2 panel, refer to the

S-Series Touch Panels 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

.

• Refer to NetLinx Studio and TPDesign4 online help for programming information.

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