AMX MXT-1000 touch panels Quick Start Guide

AMX MXT-1000 touch panels Quick Start Guide
QUICK START GUIDE
MXT-1000 10.1" Modero X® Series Tabletop Touch Panel
Overview
Connector Locations
Series®
The MXT-1000 10.1" Modero X
Tabletop Touch Panel (FG5968-03)
features edge-to-edge capacitive touch glass with multi-touch capabilities. It
features advanced technology empowering users to operate AV equipment
seamlessly, while providing the ultimate in audio and video quality. The distinctive
appearance will complement even the most sophisticated meeting facilities and
homes.
NFC Sensor
Sleep Button
USB peripherals (mouse, keyboard, etc.) may be connected to either of the two
USB ports on the rear of the device. Updates to the device’s firmware can also
made via the USB ports (FIG. 2).
Sleep button
Sleep Button
Speaker
USB Ports (2)
USB Ports
Entry for RJ45/PoE Cable
FIG. 2 MXT-1000 - REAR VIEW
Power via PoE
FIG. 1 MXT-1000
Product Specif ications
MXT-1000 SPECIF ICATIONS
Dimensions (HWD)
6 7/8" x 9 7/8" x 4 7/8" (174mm x 252mm x 124mm)
Weight
3.0 lbs (1.36 Kg)
Power
Consumption
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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)
Certifications
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UL 60950-1
FCC Part 15 Class B
C-Tick CISPR 22 Class B
CE EN 55022, EN 55024 and EN 60950-1
IEC 60950-1
IC
IEC/EN-60950
RoHS/WEEE compliant
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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: 21.3 BTU/hr
Standby: 10.6 BTU/hr
Environmental
Included
Accessories
Full-On: 8W
Standby: 3.2W
Shutdown: 1W
Start-Up Inrush Current: Not applicable due to PoE standard
• MXA-USB-C, USB Port Cover Kit, Modero X/S Series Touch
Panel (FG5968-18)
• 3/4" Mini-Grommet (FG570-01)
• MXA-CLK, Modero X/S Series Cleaning Kit (FG5968-16)
Note: The MXT-1000-NC (FG5968-24) No Comm touch panel does not have
camera, microphone, or NFC capability. It otherwise has all of the functionality of
the MXT-1000 panel
Power for the MXT-1000 is supplied via PoE (Power Over Ethernet ), utilizing an
AMX-certified, capacitive touch-compliant PoE injector such as the PS-POE-AT
High Power PoE Injector (FG423-81) or other approved AMX PoE power source
Connect the incoming Ethernet cable to the RJ45 port on the cable attached to
the device.
Ethernet Cable Installation and Modif ication
In installations where you wish to conceal the Ethernet cable, a hole at least 1.00”
(2.54 cm) in diameter is required in the surface to allow passage of the female
RJ45 connector (FIG. 3).
If using a smaller hole is unavoidable, you will need to disconnect the Ethernet
cable (ECA5968-05) from the device, to feed the male end of the cable through.
Ethernet Cable
Clamp
Connector
FIG. 3 BOTTOM OF THE MXT-1000
Note: The minimum diameter hole through which the Ethernet cable may pass is
0.50" (1.27 cm).
To disconnect and reconnect the MXT-1000’s Ethernet cable:
1.
On a soft surface, turn the MXT-1000 face-down to access the bottom of the
device.
2.
Remove the clamp holding the Ethernet cable (FIG. 3).
3.
Remove the Ethernet cable connector and pull the cable out of the clamp.
4.
Pass the Ethernet cable (ECA5968-05) through the hole, with the RJ45
connector on the other side of the installation surface from the device.
5.
Press the Ethernet cable back into the clamp.
Do NOT tighten the clamp at this time.
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Using a non-conductive item such as a wooden stick, reinsert the Ethernet
cable connector into the device. Ensure that the connector is properly
seated.
Tighten the clamp to secure the Ethernet cable.
Make sure the clamp is around the bundled black cable, not the individual
wires.
8.
Connect the RJ45 connector to its incoming Ethernet cable and apply power.
Powering On/Off X Series G5 Panels
Connecting to a NetLinx Master
Modero X Series G5 touch panels may be powered on by touching and holding the
Sleep button. To power off the panel, press and hold the Sleep button, and select
Power Off on the on-screen menu (FIG. 4):
To establish the type of connection to make between the panel and the NetLinx
Master:
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In the NetLinx page, press Mode to choose the connection mode (URL,
Listen or Auto):
CONNECTION MODES
FIG. 4 SLEEP BUTTON - PRESS AND HOLD TO ACCESS POWER OFF/SETTINGS OPTIONS
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).
3) 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 (set on the Ethernet
page), 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.
Conf iguration and Programming
X Series G5 touch panels are equipped with a Settings menu that provides the
ability to configure various features on the panels.
To access the Settings menu, press and hold the Sleep button, and select
Settings.
Note: Information on the Settings menu, panel conf iguration, and programming is
provided in the Modero X Series G5 Programming Guide, available at www.amx.com.
Setting the Panel’s Device Number and Device Name
1.
In the Settings menu, select NetLinx. This opens a password keypad.
2.
Enter the panel password into the keypad (the default is 1988) and select
OK to access the NetLinx page.
3.
Press Device Number to open the NetLinx editing window.
4.
Enter a unique Device Number assignment for the panel and press OK.
5.
Enter a unique Device Name assignment for the panel and press OK.
2.
If password security is enabled on the target Master, enter the Username
and Password:
Conf iguring the Panel’s IP Address
The first step is to configure the panel’s IP address. Note that this only configures
the panel to communicate with a network; it is still necessary to connect to the
NetLinx Master (see Connecting to a NetLinx Master below).
Network Communication via DHCP
1.
In the Ethernet page, press DHCP/Static field to open the DHCP/Static
window. Note that DHCP is the default setting.
2.
Select Host Name, enter the new host name
3.
Press OK to save changes.
Network Communication via Static Address
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In the Ethernet page, press DHCP/Static to open the DHCP/Static window.
2.
Select Static to open the Static IP window.
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Press any field to open a keypad or keyboard (depending on the field), and
enter the appropriate network address information.
4.
Press OK to save your changes and return to the Ethernet page.
Last Revised: 6/22/2015
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Select Username to open the NetLinx window.
Enter the Username and Password required by the Master.
Press OK to save changes and return to the NetLinx page.
Related Software and Additional Documentation (at www.amx.com)
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Programming the Modero X 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 MXT-1000 panel, refer to the X-Series
Touch Panels MXD/T-1000, MXD/T-700 & MXD-430 Instruction Manual.
For detailed information on the Settings menu as well programming
information and instructions on upgrading firmware, refer to the Modero X
Series Programming Guide.
Detailed specifications drawings for the MXT-1000 are available to
download from www.amx.com.
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