CYP EL-21PIP User manual

CYP EL-21PIP User manual
EL-21PIP
2 Way HDMI Switch with Integrated Multiview
(Picture In Picture) Technology
OPERATION MANUAL
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Please read all instructions before attempting to unpack, install or operate
this equipment and before connecting the power supply.
Please keep the following in mind as you unpack and install this
equipment:
•
Always follow basic safety precautions to reduce the risk of fire,
electrical shock and injury to persons.
•
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain,
moisture or install this product near water.
•
Never spill liquid of any kind on or into this product.
•
Never push an object of any kind into this product through any
openings or empty slots in the unit, as you may damage parts inside
the unit.
•
Do not attach the power supply cabling to building surfaces.
•
Use only the supplied power supply unit (PSU). Do not use the PSU if
it is damaged.
•
Do not allow anything to rest on the power cabling or allow any
weight to be placed upon it or any person walk on it.
•
To protect the unit from overheating, do not block any vents or
openings in the unit housing that provide ventilation and allow for
sufficient space for air to circulate around the unit.
REVISION HISTORY
VERSION NO. DATE
SUMMARY OF CHANGE
v1.00
21/06/2018
First release
V1.01
10/08/2020
Updated RS-232 Comands (HDCP)
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CONTENTS
1. Introduction�������������������������������������������6
2. Applications�������������������������������������������6
3. Package Contents����������������������������������6
4. System Requirements���������������������������7
5. Features��������������������������������������������������7
6. Operation Controls and Functions�������8
6.1 Front Panel��������������������������������������������������� 8
6.2 Rear Panel����������������������������������������������������� 9
6.3 WebGUI Control���������������������������������������10
6.4 RS-232 Control������������������������������������������20
6.5 Telnet Control��������������������������������������������20
7. Connection Diagram�������������������������� 37
8. Specifications�������������������������������������� 38
8.1 Technical Specifications������������������������38
8.2 Video Specifications�������������������������������39
8.3 Audio Specifications�������������������������������40
8.4 Cable Specifications�������������������������������41
9. Acronyms��������������������������������������������� 42
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1. INTRODUCTION
This HDMI Multiviewer is capable of scaling up to 2 sources and displaying
both simultaneously on a single HDMI output within their own windows.
This is the ideal solution for monitoring multiple sources simultaneously
for use in control rooms, or for flexible display presentations in
conference rooms or classrooms. Both inputs support resolutions up to
1920×[email protected] and LPCM audio with up to 7.1 channels at 192kHz.
The multi-window output is sent to a single HDMI output at scaled
resolutions up to 1920×[email protected] along with the selected audio
source. The HDMI output supports up to LPCM 7.1 digital audio while
the analogue audio output supports up to LPCM 2.0. Each of the 2
HDMI sources may be displayed individually, full screen, or they can be
displayed using a variety of dual-window modes including Picture-inPicture, Side-by-Side, or freely positioned (with layer priority control).
Each window can also be mirrored, flipped, swapped, or frozen (with live
audio). Chromakeying and a custom uploadable logo/graphic are also
supported.
By using an optional Windows PC application, the user can use their PC to
generate images or text to be overlaid on top of a live HDMI input in real
time. This unit can be controlled easily by use of the front panel controls
(with OSD) as well as by WebGUI, Telnet, RS-232, IR, and 8 direct trigger
inputs.
2. APPLICATIONS
Demo Room Displays
Security Monitoring
Hotel Lobby Information Displays
3. PACKAGE CONTENTS
1×HDMI Multiviewer
1×5V/2.6A DC Power Adapter
3×5-pin Terminal Block
1×Shockproof Feet (Set of 4)
1×Operation Manual
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4. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
HDMI source equipment such as media players, video game consoles
or set-top boxes.
HDMI receiving equipment such as an HDTV, monitor, or audio
amplifier.
Analogue audio receiving equipment such as headphones, an audio
amplifier or powered speakers.
5. FEATURES
HDMI & HDCP 1.3 compliant
2 HDMI inputs and 1 HDMI output
Inputs and output support HD resolutions up to [email protected] and PC
resolutions up to WUXGA (RB)
Supports audio pass-through of LPCM 2.0/5.1/7.1 sources via HDMI
Balanced analogue stereo audio extraction support via 5-pin terminal
block (LPCM 2.0 only)
Supports PiP (Picture-in-Picture), Side-by-Side, and free positioning
window modes
Easy individual window size, position and layer priority adjustment
Supports per-window mirror, flip, and image freeze (w/ live audio)
functionality
Chromakey support
Uploadable logo support
Support for Windows PC character generation software to simplify
the process of generating text or graphics to use with keying/overlay
(Optional)
8 Trigger inputs for easy remote control of the unit with optional
keypad
Supports front panel buttons (with OSD), WebGUI, Telnet, RS-232, IR,
and Trigger controls
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6. OPERATION CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
6.1 Front Panel
SERVICE
POWER
SWITCH
MODE
AUDIO
INFO.
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3
4
5
6
EL-21PIP
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1 SERVICE: This port is reserved for firmware update use only.
2 POWER LED: This LED will illuminate to indicate the unit is on and
receiving power.
3 SWITCH Button: Press to toggle between the two HDMI inputs and
output the selected source full screen.
Note: Press and hold this button for 2 seconds to change the output
resolution to 1920×[email protected]
4 MODE Button: Press to sequentially switch between the Full Screen
(NONE), Picture-in-Picture (PIP), Side-by-Side (SBS), and Pictureoutside-Picture (POP) windowing modes.
Note: Press and hold this button for 2 seconds to change the output
resolution to 1024×[email protected]
5 AUDIO Button: Press to toggle between the audio from the 2 HDMI
inputs.
6 INFO. Button: Short press to show the current input/output
resolution status, audio selection and IP information. Long press to
show the current contrast, brightness, hue, sharpness, colour format,
chroma and colour temperature settings for each source channel.
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6.2 Rear Panel
AUDIO
+
L
+
-
R
-
TRIGGER IN
OUT
1
2
3
1
IN
2
4
RS-232
CONTROL
5
6
DC 5V
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1 AUDIO OUT: Connect to powered speakers or an amplifier for
balanced stereo analogue audio output.
2 HDMI OUT: Connect to an HDMI TV, monitor or amplifier for digital
video and audio output.
3 TRIGGER IN: This 10 pin terminal block provides 8 trigger pins (plus
5V & Ground) for activating pre-designated functions within the unit.
Compatible with the optional Trigger Keypad unit.
Pins are numbered from left to right:
TOP ROW
BOTTOM ROW
1
Vcc (5V)
6
GROUND
2
POP Windowing Mode
7
Image Freeze (Toggle)
3
SBS Windowing Mode
8
Display Logo (Toggle)
4
PIP Windowing Mode
9
A/V Mute (Toggle)
5
Full Screen Window (Toggle)
10
Window Source Swap (Toggle)
4 HDMI IN 1~2: Connect to HDMI source equipment such as media
players, game consoles or set-top boxes.
5 RS-232: Connect directly to a PC, laptop or other serial control device
to send RS-232 commands to control the unit.
6 CONTROL: Connect directly, or through a network switch, to your PC/
laptop to control the unit via Telnet/WebGUI.
7 DC 5V: Plug the 5V DC power adapter into the unit and connect it to
an AC wall outlet for power.
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6.3 WebGUI Control
Device Discovery APP
Please obtain the “Device Discovery” software from your authorised dealer
and save it in a directory where you can easily find it.
Connect the unit and your PC/Laptop to the same active network and
execute the “Device Discovery” software. Click on “Find Devices on
Network” and a list of devices connected to the local network will show
up indicating their current IP address.
Note: The unit’s default IP address is 192.168.1.50.
By clicking on one of the listed devices you will be presented with the
network details of that particular device.
1) IP Mode: If you choose, you can alter the static IP network settings for
the device, or switch the unit into DHCP mode to automatically obtain
proper network settings from a local DHCP server. To switch to DHCP
mode, please select DHCP from the IP mode drop-down, then click
“Save” followed by “Reboot”.
2) WebGUI Hotkey: Once you are satisfied with the network settings,
you may use them to connect via Telnet or WebGUI. The network
information window provides a convenient link to launch the WebGUI
directly.
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WebGUI Overview
After connecting to the WebGUI’s address in a web browser, the login
screen will appear. Please enter the appropriate user name and password
then click “Submit” to log in.
Note: The default user name and password is “admin”.
On the left side of the browser you will see the following menu tabs
where all primary functions of the unit are controllable via the built in
WebGUI: Adjustment, Windows Setup, OSD/LOGO Settings, Chromakey
Setup, Network, and System. The individual functions will be introduced
in the following sections.
Clicking the red “Logout” tab will automatically log the currently
connected user out of the WebGUI and return to login page.
Information Bar
Across the top of the WebGUI are 5 sections that will always be displayed
no matter which tab has been selected. These sections are: InformationIn, Information-Out, Source, Mode, and Preset/Factory. They provide
information about the state of the unit, or control the most basic
functions of the unit.
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1) Information-In: Provides the detected resolution information about
the source connected to each of the HDMI inputs.
2) Information-Out: Provides the unit’s current output resolution as well
as listing the current Window Mode.
3) Source: Provides controls for the A/V Mute function and Audio Source
selection.
■ A/V Mute: When A/V Mute is enabled, all output will be disabled
on the HDMI output.
■ Audio From CH: Select which HDMI input’s audio to pass to both
the HDMI and analogue outputs.
Note: The analogue output can only support LPCM 2.0 audio. Bitstream
audio will be automatically muted.
4) Mode: Provides controls for changing the Window Mode, swapping
window sources, changing window priority and selecting the input in
the “NONE” window mode.
■ Window Mode: Allows selecting the current windowing mode
from 4 choices: PIP (Picture-in-Picture), SBS (Side-by-Side),
POP (Picture-outside-Picture) and NONE (Full screen seamless
switcher).
Notes: The PIP, SBS, and POP modes will each recall their most recently
saved window sizes and positions, not their default arrangements.
Changing this setting when Chromakey is enabled will automatically
disable Chromakey mode.
■ Swap: Allows swapping the input channel between the windows
in the multi-windowing modes.
Note: Enabling Swap mode will also automatically switch the Priority
setting in order to maintain the existing Window display priority.
■ Priority: Selects which input channel is on top in the multiwindowing modes.
■ From Input: Selects the input to display when the unit is in the
“NONE” (Full screen seamless switcher) Windowing Mode.
5) Preset/Factory: Provides controls for saving and loading Presets and
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for resetting the unit.
■ Preset Save/Recall: This unit can store and recall up to four
presets. Each preset stores the settings from the Mode, Contrast,
Brightness, Sharpness, Hue, image Still, Flip, and Upside-Down
sections of the WebGUI for rapid, hassle-free, recall.
Note: The output will briefly go black during the preset recall process.
■ Factory Reset: Click on the Factory Reset button to reset the unit
to its factory default state. After the reset is complete, the unit will
reboot automatically.
Note: Network configuration details will not be reset.
Adjustment Tab
This tab provides controls over the general display characteristics of
each input channel as well as providing a way to set the unit’s output
resolution.
1) Contrast: Sets the contrast level for each input channel with a range
of 0 to 100. Clicking on the slider will allow fine adjustments using the
arrow keys. The default value is 80.
2) Brightness: Sets the brightness level for each input channel with a
range of 0 to 100. Clicking on the slider will allow fine adjustments
using the arrow keys. The default value is 50.
3) Sharpness: Sets the amount of sharpness processing to apply to each
input channel with a range of 0 to 20. Clicking on the slider will allow
fine adjustments using the arrow keys. The default value is 10.
4) Hue: Sets the hue value for each input channel with a range of 0 to
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100. Clicking on the slider will allow fine adjustments using the arrow
keys. The default value is 50.
5) Output Resolution: Sets the unit’s output resolution. The default
selection is 1080p60.
6) Image Still: Freezes and unfreezes the video from the selected input
channel. This function is off by default.
7) Flip: Enabling the Flip function will cause the video in the selected
input channel to be mirrored horizontally. This function is off by
default.
8) Up-Side Down: Enabling the Upside-Down function will cause the
video in the selected input channel to be mirrored vertically. This
function is off by default.
Windows Setup Tab
This tab provides access to controls for the individual windows in the
multi-windowing modes (PIP, SBS, POP) of the unit including size and
position. Both windows may be freely scaled and positioned in all 3
modes. Clicking on the bottom right corner of a window and dragging it
will resize the window while clicking and dragging the center of a window
will reposition it. Changes made to windows will occur immediately.
Note: This tab will be completely disabled if Window Mode is set to “NONE”.
1) Select: This section provides a way to directly type exact position and
size numbers for each channel window for precise alignment. After
making all changes to a channel, please click the “Save” button to have
the unit use the new values.
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■ Channel: Selects which channel to adjust.
■ Width: Sets the horizontal size of the selected channel window in
pixels.
■ Height: Sets the vertical size of the selected channel window in
pixels.
■ H Position: Sets the horizontal position of the selected channel
window in pixels.
■ V Position: Sets the vertical position of the selected channel
window in pixels.
Note: Changing channels before clicking “Save” will undo any modified
values.
OSD/LOGO Settings
This tab provides control over the informational OSD (On Screen Display)
formatting as well as user uploaded logo usage and placement.
Note: The OSD and Logo cannot be displayed simultaneously. Enabling the
Logo function will automatically disable the OSD.
1) OSD Settings: This section provides control over all OSD formatiing.
■ Timeout: Sets the length of time for the OSD to remain on the
screen in seconds.
■ H-Pos: Sets the horizontal position of the OSD, set in percentage.
■ V-Pos: Sets the vertical position of the OSD, set in percentage.
■ Text/Font Colour/Background Colour: Displays the current
values for the OSD format that are configured by clicking on the
“Edit” button.
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■ Edit: Clicking this button opens the OSD Information Edit window
to change the formatting of the OSD.
Text: Define a text string to display on the OSD.
Font Colour: Set the colour of the OSD font.
Background Colour: Set the background colour of the OSD’s text
block.
2) LOGO Settings: This section provides control over the content and
position of the user uploaded logo image.
■ Logo Display: Clicking this button will display the customised text
message on the OSD.
■ H-Pos: Sets the horizontal position of the user logo, set in
percentage.
■ V-Pos: Sets the vertical position of the user logo, set in percentage.
■ Upload New LOGO: To upload a graphic logo, please click the
“Choose File” button to open the file selection window and then
select the graphic logo file (8-bit *.bmp format, 1920×1080 max
resolution) located on your local PC. After selecting the file, click
the “Upload New LOGO” button to upload the logo to the unit.
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Chromakey Setup Tab
This tab allows for the activation and configuration of Chromakey mode.
Enabling the Chromakey mode will automatically switch to displaying
Input 1 underneath Input 2 with the selected key values applied to
Input 2’s source video. The unit comes with 8 pre-defined standard key
definitions (White, Yellow, Cyan, Green, Magenta, Red, Blue, Black) and a
User configurable definition set.
1) Chromakey Setup: This section provides all controls relating to the
chromakeying function of the unit.
■ Colour Set: Select from a list of pre-set chromakey ranges (White,
Yellow, Cyan, Green, Magenta, Red, Blue, Black) to perform simple,
hassle-free keying or select “User” to enter in custom keying value
ranges. Clicking “Save to User” will copy the currently selected preset ranges into the “User” slot for editing.
■ G Maximum/Minimum: When “User” is selected, sets the
maximum and minimum range for the green component of the
chromakey (from 0-255).
■ R Maximum/Minimum: When “User” is selected, sets the
maximum and minimum range for the red component of the
chromakey (from 0-255).
■ B Maximum/Minimum: When “User” is selected, sets the
maximum and minimum range for the blue component of the
chromakey (from 0-255).
■ Chromakey: Enable or disable the chromakey function of the unit.
When chromakeying is enabled, the unit will automatically switch
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both windows to be full screen with Channel Window 1 in front of
Channel Window 2. The keying will be applied to Channel Window
1.
Note: Selecting any other Windowing mode will automatically disable
chromakeying.
Network Tab
This tab provides access to control of the IP configuration and Login
settings for the unit.
1) IP Configuration: The IP Address, Netmask and Gateway can be set
manually, or DHCP can be enabled for automatic IP Configuration
if your local network supports it. The Telnet Timeout can also be
set, allowing control of the length of inactivity time before the unit
releases its network connection with a network connected control
device. Click on “Save” to confirm and activate any changes made to
these settings.
Note: If the IP address is changed then the IP address required for WebGUI
or Telnet access will also change accordingly.
2) Login: This section provides User Configuration options including
changing the password for the Administrator account, and setting
an idle user logout timer. Click on “Save” to confirm and activate any
changes made to these settings.
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System Tab
This tab provides firmware update functionality and, system configuration
backup/restore functions.
1) System: This section contains all controls relating to firmware
upgrades and system configuration export.
■ Firmware Upgrade: To update the unit's firmware, click the
“Choose File” button to open the file selection window and then
select the firmware update file (*.bin format) located on your local
PC. After selecting the file, click the “Upgrade” button to begin the
firmware update process. Once the process completes the unit will
automatically reboot.
■ System Configuration: The current system configuration,
including routing and presets, may be saved as an XML file
to a PC. Click the “Download” button to save the current
system configuration to your local PC. Previously saved system
configurations may be restored from a saved XML file. Click the
“Choose File” button to locate the saved XML file, then click
the “Restore” button. Once the process completes the unit will
automatically reboot.
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6.4 RS-232 Control
UNIT
Pin
TERMINAL
Pinout
Pin
1
Pinout
1
SERIAL PORT SETTINGS
Baud Rate
19200
Data Bits
8
2
TxD
2
RxD
Parity Bit
None
3
RxD
3
TxD
Stop Bits
1
Flow Control
None
4
5
4
GND
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
GND
6.5 Telnet Control
Before attempting to use Telnet control, please ensure that both the unit
and the PC are connected to the same active networks.
To Access the Command Line Interface (CLI)
Windows 7
Click Start, type “cmd” in the search field, and press
Enter.
Windows XP
Click Start > Run, type “cmd”, and press Enter.
Mac OS X
Click Go > Applications > Utilities > Terminal.
Once in the Command Line Interface (CLI) type “telnet” followed by the
IP address of the unit (and the port number if it is non-standard) and then
hit “Enter”. This will connect us to the unit we wish to control. Type “help”
to list the available commands. See below for reference.
Note: If the IP address is changed then the IP address required for Telnet
access will also change accordingly.
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6.6 RS-232 and Telnet Commands
COMMAND
DESCRIPTION & PARAMETERS
?
Show the full command list.
HELP
Show the full command list.
GET FW VER
Show the unit’s current firmware version.
SET FACTORY DEFAULT
Reset all configurations to the factory defaults.
SAVE PRESET N1
Save the current configuration as preset N1.
N1 = 1 ~ 4
[Preset number]
RECALL PRESET N1
Recall the saved configuration from preset N1.
N1 = 1 ~ 4
[Preset number]
SET OUT A ROUTE N1
Switch to full screen routing mode and show input N1.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
GET OUT A ROUTE
Show the currently set full screen routing source.
SET WINDOW LAYOUT MODE N1
Set the windowing mode to N1.
Available values for N1:
1
2
4
5
[PIP mode]
[SBS mode]
[POP mode]
[Full screen routing mode]
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COMMAND
DESCRIPTION & PARAMETERS
GET WINDOW LAYOUT MODE
Show the currently selected windowing mode.
SET OUT A WINDOW PRIORITY N1
Select which input window will have top display priority in the dualwindowing modes.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
GET OUT A WINDOW PRIORITY
Show which input window currently has top display priority.
SET WINDOW SWAP N1
Enable or disable the input window swap function.
Available values for N1:
0
1
[Off ]
[On]
GET WINDOW SWAP
Show the current state of the window swap function.
SET IN AUTO MODE N1
Enable or disable the auto input switching mode.
Available values for N1:
0
1
[Off ]
[On]
GET IN AUTO MODE
Show the current state of the auto input mode.
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COMMAND
DESCRIPTION & PARAMETERS
SET IN N1 HDCP N2
Enable or disable HDCP at the HDMI inputs
Available Values for N1:
1
Set for HDMI input 1
2
Set for HDMI input 2
Available Values for N2:
0
Set HDCP to off
1
Set HDCP to On
SET IN N1 EDID N2
Set the EDID to use with input N1.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
Available values for N2”
1
2
[Internal EDID 1]
[Internal EDID 2]
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[Sink]
GET IN N1 EDID
Show the EDID source currently used by input N1.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
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COMMAND
DESCRIPTION & PARAMETERS
SET OUT A TIMING N1
Set the scaled output resolution.
Available values for N1:
0
4
6
10
11
12
16
17
19
416
417
419
420
423
424
425
426
430
[Native]
[480P60]
[720P60]
[1080P60]
[576P50]
[720P50]
[1080P24]
[1080P25]
[1080P30]
[1024×768]
[1280×800]
[1280×1024]
[1366×768]
[1440×900]
[1600×900RB]
[1600×1200]
[1680×1050]
[1920×1200RB]
GET OUT A TIMING
Show the currently selected output resolution.
GET OUT A TIMING STRING
Show the currently selected output resolution’s timing description.
SET OUT A AUDIO SOURCE N
Select the HDMI audio source to send to the output.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
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[Input port]
COMMAND
DESCRIPTION & PARAMETERS
GET OUT A AUDIO SOURCE
Show the currently selected HDMI audio source.
SET OUT A MUTE N1
Enable or disable the audio/video output mute function.
Available values for N1:
0
1
[Off ]
[On]
GET OUT A MUTE
Show the current state of the audio/video output mute function.
GET OUT A SYNC STATUS
Show the current sync state of the HDMI output.
SET IN N1 CONTRAST N2
Set the contrast value for input N1.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
N2 = 0 ~ 100
[Contrast level]
GET IN N1 CONTRAST
Show the current contrast value for input N1.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
SET IN N1 BRIGHTNESS N2
Set the brightness value for input N1.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
N2 = 0 ~ 100
[Brightness level]
GET IN N1 BRIGHTNESS
Show the current brightness value for input N1.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
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COMMAND
DESCRIPTION & PARAMETERS
SET IN N1 HUE N2
Set the hue shift for input N1.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
N2 = 0 ~ 100
[Hue]
GET IN N1 HUE
Show the current hue shift for input N1.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
SET IN N1 SHARPNESS N2
Set the sharpness value for input N1.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
N2 = 0 ~ 20
[Sharpness level]
GET IN N1 SHARPNESS
Show the current sharpness value for input N1.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
SET OUT A ASPECT RATIO N1
Set the output aspect ratio to use in full screen mode.
Available values for N1:
1
2
3
4
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[Full]
[4:3]
[16:9]
[16:10]
COMMAND
DESCRIPTION & PARAMETERS
GET OUT A ASPECT RATIO
Show the current aspect ratio setting.
SET IN N1 FORMAT N2
Force input N1 to use a specific colour format.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
Available values for N2:
1
2
3
[RGB]
[YPbPr 4:2:2]
[YPbPr 4:4:4]
GET IN N1 FORMAT
Show the currently set colour space format used by input N1.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
SET IN N1 TEMPERATURE N2
Set the colour temperature to use with input N1.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
Available values for N2:
1
2
[6500K]
[9300K]
GET IN N1 TEMPERATURE
Show the currently set colour temperature used by input N1.
SET IN N1 CHROMA N2
Set the chroma value for input N1.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
N2 = 0 ~ 100
[Chroma value]
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COMMAND
DESCRIPTION & PARAMETERS
GET IN N1 CHROMA
Show the current chroma value for input N1.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
SET CHROMAKEY ENABLE N1
Enable or disable Chromakey mode.
Available values for N1:
0
1
[Off ]
[On]
GET CHROMAKEY ENABLE
Show the current state of the Chromakey mode.
SET CHROMAKEY Colour N1
Select the RGB chromakey preset to use when Chromakey mode is
enabled.
Available values for N1:
WHITE
BLACK
RED
GREEN
YELLOW
BLUE
MAGENTA
CYAN
USER
[White key]
[Black key]
[Red key]
[Green key]
[Yellow key]
[Blue key]
[Magenta key]
[Cyan key]
[User defined key]
GET CHROMAKEY Colour
Show the currently selected RGB chroma preset.
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COMMAND
DESCRIPTION & PARAMETERS
SET CHROMAKEY RED RANGE N1 TO N2
Set the key-out range to use for the red component of the User
defined key.
N1= 00 ~ FF
[Red min in hex]
N2= 00 ~ FF
[Red max in hex]
SET CHROMAKEY GREEN RANGE N1 TO N2
Set the key-out range to use for the green component of the User
defined key.
N1= 00 ~ FF
[Green min in hex]
N2= 00 ~ FF
[Green max in hex]
SET CHROMAKEY BLUE RANGE N1 TO N2
Set the key-out range to use for the blue component of the User
defined key.
N1= 00 ~ FF
[Blue min in hex]
N2= 00 ~ FF
[Blue max in hex]
GET CHROMAKEY N1 RANGE
Show the current key range set for the selected colour component.
Available values for N1:
RED
GREEN
BLUE
[Red component]
[Green component]
[Blue component]
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COMMAND
DESCRIPTION & PARAMETERS
SET IN N1 HPOSITION N2
Set the horizontal position of the upper-left corner of input N1’s
window in pixels. The maximum position value is the current
horizontal resolution minus 1.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
N2 = 0 ~ {Resolution-1}
[Horizontal position]
Note: Only available in dual-windowing modes.
GET IN N1 HPOSITION
Show the current horizontal position of the upper-left corner of
input N1’s window in pixels.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
SET IN N1 VPOSITION N2
Set the vertical position of the upper-left corner of input N1’s
window in pixels. The maximum position value is the current vertical
resolution minus 1.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
N2 = 0 ~ {Resolution-1}
[Vertical position]
Note: Only available in dual-windowing modes.
GET IN N1 VPOSITION
Show the current vertical position of the upper-left corner of input
N1’s window in pixels.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
SET IN N1 WIDTH N2
Set the horizontal size of input N1’s window in pixels. The maximum
value is the current horizontal resolution.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
N2 = 0 ~ {Resolution}
[Horizontal size]
Note: Only available in dual-windowing modes.
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COMMAND
DESCRIPTION & PARAMETERS
GET IN N1 WIDTH
Show the current horizontal size of input N1’s window in pixels.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
SET IN N1 HEIGHT N2
Set the vertical size of input N1’s window in pixels. The maximum
value is the current vertical resolution.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
N2 = 0 ~ {Resolution}
[Vertical size]
Note: Only available in dual-windowing modes.
GET IN N1 HEIGHT
Show the current vertical size of input N1’s window in pixels.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
SET IN N1 UP-SIDE DOWN N2
Enable or disable the vertical flip function for input N1.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
Available values for N2:
ON
OFF
[Enable]
[Disable]
GET IN N1 UP-SIDE DOWN
Show the current vertical flip state for input N1.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
SET IN N1 FLIP N2
Enable or disable the horizontal flip function for input N1.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
Available values for N2:
ON
OFF
[Enable]
[Disable]
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COMMAND
DESCRIPTION & PARAMETERS
GET IN N1 FLIP
Show the current horizontal flip state for input N1.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
SET IN N1 IMAGE STILL N2
Enable or disable the video freeze function for input N1.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
Available values for N2:
ON
OFF
[Enable]
[Disable]
GET IN N1 IMAGE STILL
Show the current video freeze state for input N1.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
SET IN N1 BACKDROP Colour N2
Set the free run colour for input N1.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
Available values for N2:
BLACK
BLUE
[Black colour]
[Blue colour]
GET IN N1 BACKDROP Colour
Show the currently set free run colour for input N1.
N1 = 1 ~ 2
[Input port]
SET OUT A OSD INFO TIMEOUT N1
Set the OSD display timeout length, or disable the timeout.
N1 = 0 ~ 100
[Timeout in seconds]
GET OUT A OSD INFO TIMEOUT
Show the current OSD timeout length.
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COMMAND
DESCRIPTION & PARAMETERS
SET OUT A OSD INFO VPOSITION N1
Set the vertical position of the OSD.
N1 = 0 ~ 100
[Vertical position in %]
GET OUT A OSD INFO VPOSITION
Show the OSD’s current vertical position.
SET OUT A OSD INFO HPOSITION N1
Set the horizontal position of the OSD.
N1 = 0 ~ 100
[Horizontal position in %]
GET OUT A OSD INFO HPOSITION
Show the OSD’s current horizontal position.
SET OUT A OSD TEXT N1
Set the custom OSD text string.
N1 = {Text string}
[Custom text]
GET OUT A OSD TEXT
Show the current custom OSD text string.
SET OUT A OSD FONT Colour N1
Set the colour of the OSD text.
Available values for N1:
WHITE
GRAY
RED
GREEN
YELLOW
BLUE
MAGENTA
CYAN
[White text]
[Gray text]
[Red text]
[Green text]
[Yellow text]
[Blue text]
[Magenta text]
[Cyan text]
GET OUT A OSD FONT Colour
Show the current OSD text colour.
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COMMAND
DESCRIPTION & PARAMETERS
SET OUT A OSD BACKDROP Colour N1
Set the colour of the OSD background.
Available values for N1:
WHITE
GRAY
RED
GREEN
YELLOW
BLUE
MAGENTA
CYAN
[White text]
[Gray text]
[Red text]
[Green text]
[Yellow text]
[Blue text]
[Magenta text]
[Cyan text]
GET OUT A OSD BACKDROP Colour
Show the current OSD background colour.
SET OUT A OSD LOGO DISPLAY N1
Enable or disable the OSD graphical logo.
Available values for N1:
ON
OFF
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
GET OUT A OSD LOGO DISPLAY
Show the current state of the OSD graphical logo.
SET OUT A OSD LOGO VPOSITION N1
Set the vertical position of the OSD graphical logo.
N1 = 0 ~ 100
[Vertical position in %]
GET OUT A OSD LOGO VPOSITION
Show the current vertical position of the OSD graphical logo.
SET OUT A OSD LOGO HPOSITION N1
Set the horizontal position of the OSD graphical logo.
N1 = 0 ~ 100
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[Horizontal position in %]
COMMAND
DESCRIPTION & PARAMETERS
GET OUT A OSD LOGO HPOSITION
Show the current horizontal position of the OSD graphical logo.
GET WEBGUI USERNAME
Show the current WebGUI username.
SET WEBGUI PASSWORD N1
Set the WebGUI login password to N1.
N1 = {password}
[15 characters max]
GET WEBGUI PASSWORD
Show the current WebGUI password.
SET WEBGUI TIMEOUT N1
Set the WebGUI inactivity timeout.
N1 = 0 ~ 6000
[Timeout in minutes]
GET WEBGUI TIMEOUT
Show the current WebGUI inactivity timeout value.
SET IP MODE N1
Set the IP address assignment mode.
Available values for N1:
0
1
[Static IP mode]
[DHCP mode]
GET IP MODE
Show the current IP mode.
GET IPCONFIG
Show the current IP configuration data.
SET IP ADDR N1
Set the static IP address.
N1 = X.X.X.X
[X = 0 ~ 255]
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COMMAND
DESCRIPTION & PARAMETERS
SET NETMASK N1
Set the static netmask address.
N1 = X.X.X.X
[X = 0 ~ 255]
SET GATEWAY N1
Set the static gateway address.
N1 = X.X.X.X
[X = 0 ~ 255]
SET TELNET TIMEOUT N1
Set the Telnet inactivity timeout.
N1 = 0 ~ 6000
[Timeout in seconds]
GET TELNET TIMEOUT
Show the current Telnet inactivity timeout value.
SET TELNET PORT N1
Set the network port to use for Telnet communication.
N1 = 1 ~ 65535
[Telnet port]
GET TELNET PORT
Show the current Telnet port.
Note: Commands will not be executed unless followed by a carriage return.
Commands are not case-sensitive.
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7. CONNECTION DIAGRAM
Camera
Media Player
Display
ON
Source
1
Source
2
Screen
Up
Volume
Up
Volume
Down
HDMI
Inputs
Trigger
Inputs
Display
OFF
Screen
Down
RS-232 Control
System
RS-232
Power Supply
Control
Keypad
AUDIO
+
L
-
+
R
OUT
Analogue Audio
Output
Powered
Speaker
Network
Switch
-
TRIGGER IN
1
IN
2
RS-232
CONTROL
HDMI
Output
DC 5V
LAN
Powered
Speaker
HDTV
Screen Configurations:
1
1
2
2
1
2
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8. SPECIFICATIONS
8.1 Technical Specifications
HDMI Bandwidth
225MHz/6.75Gbps
Input Ports
2×HDMI
Output Ports
1×HDMI
1×Stereo (Terminal Block)
Control Interfaces
8×Trigger (Terminal Block)
1×RS-232 (9-pin D-sub)
1×IP Control (RJ-45)
Baud Rate
Up to 115200bps
Power Supply
5V/2.6A DC
(US/EU standards, CE/FCC/UL certified)
ESD Protection
Human Body Model:
±8kV (Air Discharge)
±4kV (Contact Discharge)
Dimensions
231.5mm×25mm×108mm (W×H×D)
[Case Only]
231.5mm×25mm×116mm (W×H×D)
[All Inclusive]
Weight
652g
Chassis Material
Metal
Silkscreen Colour
Black
Operating Temperature
0 ˚C–40 ˚C/32 ˚F–104 ˚F
Storage Temperature
-20 ˚C–60 ˚C/-4 ˚F–140 ˚F
Relative Humidity
20–90% RH (Non-condensing)
Power Consumption
5.1W
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8.2 Video Specifications
Supported PC Resolution (Hz)
HDMI Input
HDMI Output
640×[email protected]


640×[email protected]


640×[email protected]


640×[email protected]


800×[email protected]


800×[email protected]


800×[email protected]


800×[email protected]


800×[email protected]


1024×[email protected]


1024×[email protected]


1024×[email protected]


1024×[email protected]


1280×[email protected]


1280×[email protected]


1280×[email protected]


1360×[email protected]


1366×[email protected]


1440×[email protected]


1600×[email protected]


1600×[email protected] (RB)


1600×[email protected]


1680×[email protected]


1920×[email protected] (RB)


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Supported TV Resolution (Hz)
HDMI Input
HDMI Output
720×[email protected]


720×[email protected]


720×[email protected]


720×[email protected]


1280×[email protected]


1280×[email protected]


1920×[email protected]


1920×[email protected]


1920×[email protected]


1920×[email protected]


1920×[email protected]


1920×[email protected]


1920×[email protected]


8.3 Audio Specifications
Analogue Output
Max Audio Level
2Vrms
THD+N
< −[email protected] 1kHz (A-wt)
SNR
> [email protected]
Frequency Response
< ±[email protected]~20kHz
Crosstalk
< −[email protected]
Impedance
47Ω
Type
Balanced/Unbalanced
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8.4 Cable Specifications
1080p
HDMI Cable Length
8-bit
12-bit
Input
10m
10m
Output
10m
10m
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9. ACRONYMS
ACRONYM
COMPLETE TERM
CLI
Command-Line Interface
EDID
Extended Display Identification Data
GUI
Graphical User Interface
HD
High-Definition
HDCP
High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection
HDMI
High-Definition Multimedia Interface
HDTV
High-Definition Television
IP
Internet Protocol
LPCM
Linear Pulse-Code Modulation
PC
Personal Computer
PiP
Picture-in-Picture
PoP
Picture-outside-Picture
SbS
Side-by-Side
SNR
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
THD+N
Total Harmonic Distortion plus Noise
WUXGA (RB)
Widescreen Ultra Extended Graphics Array (Reduced
Blanking)
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CYP (UK) Ltd., Unit 7, Shepperton Business Park, Govett Avenue, Shepperton,
Middlesex, TW17 8BA
Tel: +44 (0) 20 3137 9180 | Fax: +44 (0) 20 3137 6279
Email: [email protected]
www.cypeurope.com
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