User Manual Draco tera Model: 480 Series

User Manual Draco tera Model: 480 Series
User Manual
Edition: 2011-10-11
Draco tera
Model:
480 Series
IHSE GmbH
Maybachstrasse 11
88094 Oberteuringen
Germany
info@ihse.de
www.ihse.de
Tel. +49 7546-9248-0
Fax +49 7546-9248-48
Draco tera
Copyright
© 2011. All rights reserved. This information may not be reproduced in any
manner without the prior written consent of the manufacturer.
Information in this document is subject to change without notice.
Trademarks
All trademark and trade names mentioned in this document are
acknowledged to be the property of their respective owners.
Disclaimer
While every precaution has been taken during preparation of this manual,
the manufacturer assumes no liability for errors or omissions. Neither does
the manufacturer assume any liability for damages resulting from the use
of the information contained herein.
The manufacturer reserves the right to change specifications, functions, or
circuitry of the product without notice.
The manufacturer cannot accept liability for damage due to misuse of the
product or due to any other circumstances outside the manufacturer’s
control (whether environmental or installation related). The manufacturer
shall not be liable for any loss, damage, or injury arising directly, indirectly,
incidentally, or consequently from the use of this product.
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Contents
Contents
1
About This Manual ....................................................................... 7
1.1
Scope.................................................................................. 7
1.2
Validity ................................................................................ 7
1.3
Cautions and Notes ............................................................ 7
1.1
Spellings ............................................................................. 7
2
Safety Instructions ....................................................................... 8
3
Description ................................................................................... 9
3.1
Application .......................................................................... 9
3.2
Access Options ................................................................... 9
3.3
System Overview .............................................................. 10
3.4
Product Range .................................................................. 11
3.5
Accessories....................................................................... 11
3.6
Device Views .................................................................... 13
3.7
3.8
4
3.6.1
Draco tera 288 Port............................................. 13
3.6.2
Draco tera 160 Port............................................. 14
3.6.3
Draco tera 80 Port............................................... 15
3.6.4
Draco tera 48 Port............................................... 16
3.6.5
Draco tera 8 Port................................................. 16
Diagnostics and Status ..................................................... 17
3.7.1
Status LEDs ........................................................ 17
3.7.2
Port Status .......................................................... 23
3.7.3
Extender OSD..................................................... 25
3.7.4
Network Status.................................................... 26
3.7.5
Firmware Status Matrix ....................................... 29
3.7.6
Firmware Status Extender................................... 31
Trace Function .................................................................. 32
Installation .................................................................................. 33
4.1
Package Contents............................................................. 33
4.2
System Setup.................................................................... 33
4.3
Example Applications........................................................ 34
4.3.1
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KVM Matrix ......................................................... 35
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4.3.2
Video Matrix ........................................................ 36
4.3.3
Video Editing....................................................... 36
4.3.4
Parallel Operation (Stacking) .............................. 37
4.3.5
Cascading ........................................................... 38
Configuration.............................................................................. 40
5.1
Command Mode ............................................................... 40
5.2
Control Options ................................................................. 41
5.2.1
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.2.2
Control via Java Tool .......................................... 47
5.2.3
Control via Serial Interface.................................. 54
Assignment ....................................................................... 54
5.3.1
Virtual CPU to real CPU...................................... 55
5.3.2
Real Console to Virtual Console ......................... 56
System Settings ................................................................ 58
5.4.1
System Data ....................................................... 58
5.4.2
Automatic ID ....................................................... 61
5.4.3
Access ................................................................ 63
5.4.4
Switch ................................................................. 67
5.4.5
Network............................................................... 70
5.4.6
Date and Time .................................................... 72
User Settings .................................................................... 74
5.5.1
User Data............................................................ 74
5.6
Extender Settings.............................................................. 77
5.7
CPU Settings .................................................................... 80
5.8
Console Settings ............................................................... 84
5.9
5.8.1
CON Devices ...................................................... 84
5.8.2
Mouse and Keyboard .......................................... 88
Saving and Loading of Configurations .............................. 90
5.9.1
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Control via OSD .................................................. 42
Active Configuration ............................................ 91
5.9.2
Saving of Configurations (internal) ...................... 91
5.9.3
Loading of Configurations (internal) .................... 93
5.9.4
Saving of Configurations (external) ..................... 95
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5.10
5.11
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Export and Import Options ................................................ 97
5.10.1
Export Options .................................................... 98
5.10.2
Import Options .................................................... 99
Firmware Update ............................................................ 100
5.11.1
Matrix Update.................................................... 100
5.11.2
Extender Update ............................................... 101
Operation .................................................................................. 104
6.1
7
Operation via 'Hot Keys'.................................................. 105
6.1.1
Direct Switching ................................................ 105
6.1.2
Scan Mode........................................................ 106
6.1.3
Addressing of Main and Sub Matrices .............. 106
6.1.4
Function Keys <F1>–<F12>.............................. 107
6.2
KVM-Switching................................................................ 107
6.3
Serial Interface................................................................ 110
6.4
Power On and Power Down Functions ........................... 111
6.4.1
Restart .............................................................. 111
6.4.2
Reset ................................................................ 111
6.4.3
Power Down...................................................... 111
Specifications ........................................................................... 112
7.1
Interfaces ........................................................................ 112
7.1.1
7.2
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Loading of Configurations (external) ................... 96
DVI-D Single Link.............................................. 112
7.1.2
USB-HID ........................................................... 112
7.1.3
RJ45 (Network) ................................................. 113
7.1.4
RS-232 (Serial) ................................................. 113
7.1.5
RJ45 (Interconnect) .......................................... 113
7.1.6
Fiber SFP Type LC (Interconnect) .................... 113
7.1.7
SDI (Interconnect)............................................. 114
Interconnect Cable .......................................................... 114
7.2.1
Cat X ................................................................. 114
7.2.2
Fiber.................................................................. 116
7.2.3
Coaxial .............................................................. 117
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7.3
7.4
Supported Peripherals .................................................... 117
7.3.1
KVM Extenders ................................................. 117
7.3.2
USB 2.0 Extender ............................................. 119
7.3.3
Video-Extender ................................................. 119
Serial Control .................................................................. 120
7.4.1
7.5
8
9
11
Connector Pinouts .......................................................... 133
7.5.1
CPU Board........................................................ 133
7.5.2
I/O Board Cat X................................................. 134
7.5.3
I/O Board SFP................................................... 134
7.5.4
I/O Board SDI.................................................... 135
7.6
Power Supply.................................................................. 135
7.7
Environmental Conditions ............................................... 135
7.8
Size ................................................................................. 136
7.9
Shipping Weight .............................................................. 137
Troubleshooting ....................................................................... 138
8.1
External Failure............................................................... 138
8.2
Video Interference........................................................... 138
8.3
Malfunction of Fans......................................................... 138
8.4
Malfunction of Power Supply Units ................................. 139
8.5
Network Error.................................................................. 139
8.6
Failure at the Matrix ........................................................ 139
8.7
Blank Screen................................................................... 140
Technical Support .................................................................... 141
9.1
10
Telegrams of the Switching Functions .............. 122
Support Checklist ............................................................ 141
9.2
Shipping Checklist .......................................................... 141
Certificates................................................................................ 142
10.1 CE Declaration Of Conformity......................................... 142
10.2 North American Regulatory Compliance ......................... 143
10.3 WEEE ............................................................................. 143
10.4 RoHS .............................................................................. 143
Glossary.................................................................................... 144
11.1 Matrix specific Glossary .................................................. 147
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About This Manual
1
About This Manual
1.1
Scope
This manual describes how to install your Draco tera, how to operate it
and how to perform trouble shooting.
1.2
Validity
This manual is valid for all devices listed on the front page. The product
code is printed on the base of the devices.
1.3
Cautions and Notes
The following symbols are used in this manual:
This symbol indicates an important operating instruction that should be
followed to avoid any potential damage to hardware or property, loss of
data, or personal injury.
This symbol indicates important information to help you make the best use
of this product.
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1.1
Spellings
You can find the following spellings in the manual:
Spelling
Description
<key>
Description of a key on the keyboard
<key> + <key>
Press keys simultaneously
<key>, <key>
Press keys successively
2x <key>
Press key 2x in quick succession
(cf. mouse double click)
Menu item
Description of a menu item in the software
Menu item > Menu item
Select menu items successively
Bold print
Description of terms that are used in the
device software
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Safety Instructions
To ensure reliable and safe long-term operation of your Draco tera please
note the following guidelines:
Installation
 Only use the device according to this User Manual. Otherwise the
provided safety can be affected.
 Only use in dry, indoor environments.
 The Draco tera and the power supply units can get warm. Do not
situate them in an enclosed space without any airflow.
 Do not obscure ventilation holes.
 Only use power supplies originally supplied with the product or
manufacturer-approved replacements. Do not use a power supply if it
appears to be defective or has a damaged chassis.
 Connect all power supplies to grounded outlets. In each case, ensure
that the ground connection is maintained from the outlet socket
through to the power supply's AC power input.
 Do not connect the link interface to any other equipment, particularly
network or telecommunications equipment.
 Only connect devices to the serial interface that are sufficiently
secured against short circuit currents and false voltages at the serial
interface.
 Take any required ESD precautions.
Repair
 Do not attempt to open or repair a power supply unit.
 Do not attempt to open or repair the Draco tera. There are no user
serviceable parts inside.
 Please contact your dealer or manufacturer if there is a fault.
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Description
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Description
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3.1
Application
The Draco tera matrix is used to establish connections from consoles
(monitor, keyboard, mouse, and other peripheral devices) to various
sources (computer, CPU).
In a maximum configuration, up to 288 independent ports can be defined
and switched either as a console or a CPU.
The Draco tera matrix is mainly specified for the use with extenders that
are able to transmit video, KVM and USB 2.0 signals. But it can be also
run as a video matrix.
The connection between the matrix and the peripheral devices, such as
KVM extenders or video sources, can be made by Cat X, fiber or coaxial
cables.
The matrix serves as a repeater. Thus, the matrix can be run at a
maximum distance of 10 km from the consoles and 10 km from the
sources.
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3.2
Access Options
You have the following options to access the Draco tera for configuration
and operation:
Access Option
Symbol
OSD
Java tool
Serial interface
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System Overview
A Draco tera matrix system consists of a Draco tera matrix and, for KVM
applications, of one or more CPU Units / CON Units. The Draco tera
matrix is connected to the CPU Units / CON Units by interconnect cables
or connected directly to the video devices where used as a video matrix.
The CPU units are connected directly to the sources (computer, CPU) by
the provided cables.
Monitor(s), keyboard and mouse are connected to the CON units.
The communication between the Draco tera matrix and the CPU Units /
CON Units takes place over the respective interconnect cables.
1
2
3
4
3
5
6
System Overview (exemplary)
1
Source (computer, CPU)
2
CPU Units
3
Interconnect cable
4
Draco tera matrix
5
CON Units
6
Console (monitor, keyboard, mouse)
See Chapter 4.3, Page 34 for installation examples.
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Description
3.4
Product Range
Part No.
Description
K480-288
Draco tera matrix with 288 ports, empty, free
configuration
K480-160
Draco tera matrix with 160 ports, empty, free
configuration
K480-080
Draco tera matrix with 80 ports, empty, free
configuration
K480-048
Draco tera matrix with 48 ports, empty, free
configuration
K480-008
Draco tera matrix with 8 ports, empty, free
configuration
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3.5
Accessories
Part No.
Description
480-C8
Draco tera Cat X I/O board
480-M8
Draco tera fiber I/O board, Multi-mode
480-S8
Draco tera fiber I/O board, Single-mode
480-SDI16
Draco tera I/O board video
480-X8
Draco tera fiber I/O board, empty, free configuration
480-CTRL
Draco tera CPU board
459-1C
Cat X GBIC for the use with Draco tera
459-1M
Multi-mode GBIC for the use with Draco minor /
major / tera
459-1S
Single-mode GBIC for the use with Draco minor /
major / tera
480-3M
Multi-mode GBIC for the use with Draco tera
(3.125 Gbit/s)
480-3S
Single-mode GBIC for the use with Draco tera
(3.125 Gbit/s)
480-TSHD
Single-mode GBIC (transmitter), dual-unidirectional,
for the use with Draco tera (HD-SDI)
480-TS3G
Single-mode GBIC (transmitter), dual-unidirectional,
for the use with Draco tera (3G-SDI)
480-TBHD
Koax GBIC (transmitter), dual-unidirectional, for the
use with Draco tera (HD-SDI)
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Part No.
Description
480-TB3G
Koax GBIC (transmitter), dual-unidirectional, for the
use with Draco tera (3G-SDI)
480-RSHD
Single-mode GBIC (receiver), dual-unidirectional, for
the use with Draco tera (HD-SDI)
480-RS3G
Single-mode GBIC (receiver), dual-unidirectional, for
the use with Draco tera (3G-SDI)
480-RBHD
Koax GBIC (receiver), dual-unidirectional, for the use
with Draco tera (HD-SDI)
480-RB3G
Koax GBIC (receiver), dual-unidirectional, for the use
with Draco tera (3G-SDI)
480-FAN160
Draco tera 288/160 fan tray (spare part)
480-FAN80
Draco tera 80 fan tray (spare part)
480-FAN48
Draco tera 48 fan tray (spare part)
480-RED160
Draco tera 160 plug-in power supply unit (spare part
or redundancy)
480-RED80
Draco tera 80 plug-in power supply unit (spare part or
redundancy)
480-RED48
Draco tera 48 plug-in power supply unit (spare part or
redundancy)
480-RED288
Draco tera 288 plug-in power supply unit (spare part
or redundancy)
480-SLTR160
Draco tera 160 filter pads as consumable supply
480-SLTR80
Draco tera 80 filter pads as consumable supply
480-SLTR48
Draco tera 48 filter pads as consumable supply
You can find appropriate extenders or other components in Chapter 7.3,
Page 117.
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Description
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Device Views
The following views of the Draco tera matrix illustrate the various available
chassis types.
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3.6.1
Draco tera 288 Port
FAN TRAY
OK
HS
FILTER
FAN TRAY
OK
HS
+
+
1
2
3
4
5 6
7
8
Front View
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1
Slot for power supply unit 1
2
Slot for fan tray 1
3
Slot for power supply unit 2
4
Slot for fan tray 2
5
Slot for I/O boards #1–36
6
Slot for power supply unit 3
7
Slot for CPU board
8
Grounding
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3.6.2
Draco tera 160 Port
FAN TRAY
OK
HS
FILTER
FAN TRAY
OK
HS
+
+
1
2
3
4
5 6
7
8
Front View
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1
Slot for power supply unit 1
2
Slot for fan tray 1
3
Slot for power supply unit 2
4
Slot for fan tray 2
5
Slot for I/O boards #1–20
6
Slot for power supply unit 3
7
Slot for CPU board
8
Grounding
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Draco tera 80 Port
FILTER
TOP
3.6.3
FAN TRAY
HS
OK
1
2
3
4
5
FAN TRAY
HS
OK
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Front View
1
Slot for fan tray
2
Slot for power supply unit 1
3
Slot for I/O boards #1–10
4
Slot for power supply unit 2
5
Slot for CPU board
6
Slot for air filter
7
Slot for fan tray 2
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FILTER
TOP
3.6.4
FAN TRAY
HS
OK
1
2
3
4
5
FAN TRAY
HS
OK
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Front View
1
Slot for fan tray
2
Slot for power supply unit 1
3
Slot for I/O boards #1–10
4
Slot for power supply unit 2
5
Slot for CPU board
6
Slot for air filter
7
Slot for fan tray 2
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3.6.5
Draco tera 8 Port
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Description
3.7
Diagnostics and Status
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3.7.1
Status LEDs
The Draco tera components are fitted with the following LEDs for overall
status indication:
CPU Board
Front View
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Status LEDs on CPU board:
Pos. LED
Status
Description
1
White
CPU board is in registration process
Blue
flashing
Registration at the matrix is started
Red
flashing
Registration in progress
Green
flashing
Operating condition
Green
CPU board de-registered
White
CPU board is in registration process
Red
flashing
Registration at the matrix is started
Off
Operating condition
2
Status 1
Status 2
Due to variations in LED type "white" might also appear as light purple or
light blue.
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Description
I/O Board
Cat X
SFP Fiber
SFP Coax
Front View
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Status LEDs at I/O boards:
Pos. LED
Status
Description
1
Light
blue
I/O board in boot process
Red
flashing
I/O board in registration process
Green
flashing
Operating condition, I/O board
registered at the matrix
Green
I/O board de-registered (locking pin
pulled out)
White
I/O board in boot process
Blue
I/O board in registration process
Blue
flashing
Operating condition, communication
active with CPU board active
Red
flashing
I/O board de-registered (locking pin
pulled out)
Status 1
2
Status 2
Ports I/O Board
Cat X
SFP Fiber
SFP Coax
Front View
20
1
Status LED 1
2
Status LED 2
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Status LEDs at the ports of the I/O boards:
Pos. LED
Status
Description
1
Off
Port not activated
Flashing
Port activated, no connection via
interconnect cable
On
Connection via interconnect cable ok,
data traffic active
Off
Port not activated
Flashing
Port activated, no connection via
interconnect cable
On
Connection via interconnect cable ok,
data traffic active
Link status
(green)
2
Link status
(orange)
Fan Tray
FAN TRAY
OK
HS
1
2
3
Front View
1
Status LED 1
2
Status LED 1
3
Hot Swap LED
Status LEDs of the fan trays:
Pos. LED
Status
Description
1
Status 1
(green)
On
Operating condition
2
Status 2
(blue)
Off
Operating condition
3
Hot Swap
(blue)
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Error indication
Off
Hot Swap option deactivated
On
Hot Swap option activated
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Power Supply Unit Draco tera 288/160
1 2 3
Front View
Status LEDs of the power supply units
Pos. LED
Status
Description
1
AC Input
OK (green)
On
Operating condition
2
DC Output
OK (green)
On
Operating condition
3
O/T (yellow)
Off
Normal temperature
On
High temperature
Power Supply Unit Draco tera 80/48
1
Front View
Pos. LED
Status
Description
1
On
Operating condition
Off
No power supply
DC Input
OK (green)
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3.7.2
Port Status
The connections and the switching status between the various consoles
and CPUs are shown in this menu.
You have the following possibilities to access the menu:
..
OSD
!Text kommt!
Java Tool
The current port configuration of the Draco tera is illustrated in this menu.
 Select Status > Matrix View in the task area in online mode.
Menu Status – Matrix View
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The colors indicates the connection status:
Color
Description
Black
Port not connected
Yellow
Video connection
Green
KVM connection
The symbol indicates the extender that is recognized and defined at a
certain port:
Symbol
Description
Port connected to a CPU unit
Port connected to a CON unit
Port connected to an USB 2.0 CPU unit
Port connected to an USB 2.0 CON unit



Red framed ports are defined as "fixed" (e. g. for USB 2.0
connections).
The port with a static blue frame is currently selected.
The ports with a flashing blue frame show the currently assigned
connections.
 To show the extender information of the currently selected port in the
right part of the working area, press the left mouse button.
The following information is available:
Field
Description
Extender Name Name of the selected extenders
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Extender Type
Type of the selected extender
Port ID
Number of the selected port
Device Name
Name of the connected console or CPU
Connections
Listing of assigned connections to the marked port
(Full Access or Video Access)
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Description
 To open the context menu for the currently selected port with further
functions, press the right mouse button.
The following context functions are available:
Function
Description
Open Extender
The menu for definition of the currently selected
extender is opened
Open Device
The menu for definition of the currently selected
console or CPU is opened
Switch
The menu for execution of switching operations is
opened
To reload the Matrix View you have the following possibilities:

Press the key <F5> of a connected keyboard

Execute Edit > Reload in the menu bar

Press the Button Reload in the tool bar
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3.7.3
Extender OSD
All extenders used with the Draco tera are standardly provided with their
own OSD to display the connection status of the own console.
Example View Extender OSD
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The following information is shown in the OSD menu:
Field
Description
CON
Name of the own console
CPU
Name of the currently connected CPU
Access



Full Access: The own console has a KVM
connection to the displayed CPU.
Video Access: The own console has a video
only connection to the displayed CPU.
not connected: The own console is not
connected to a CPU.
If the options Mouse Connect or Keyboard Connect (see Chapter 5.4.4,
Page 67) are used, the name of the console with keyboard / mouse
control will be displayed at those consoles that do not have K/M control at
the moment. The console is displayed in yellow color under Access.
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3.7.4
Network Status
The current network configuration is shown in this menu.
You have the following possibilities to access the menu:
The following information is shown in this menu:
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Field
Description
DHCP
Information if the network settings are applied
dynamically. Display Y (Yes) or N (No)
IP Address
Information about the IP address as provided
manually or via DHCP
Subnet Mask
Information about the subnet mask as provided
manually or via DHCP
Gateway
Information about the gateway address as provided
manually or via DHCP
MAC ID
Information about the MAC address in the matrix
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Description
OSD
 Select Status > Network in the main menu.
Menu Status – Network
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Java Tool
1.
Select Status > Matrix View in the task area.
Menu Status – Matrix View
2.
Use the left mouse button to click on the network port of the CPU
board.
The corresponding network status will be shown in the right part of
the working area.
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Description
3.7.5
Firmware Status Matrix
The current firmware status of the installed boards is shown in this menu.
You have the following possibilities to access the menu:
The following information is shown in this menu:
Field
Description
Name
Description of the modules
Type
Type number
Ports
Number of ports
Version
Complete description of the firmware version
Date
Date of the firmware version
Status
Module status
OSD
 Select Status > Firmware in the main menu.
Menu Status – Firmware
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Java Tool
1.
Select Status > Matrix Firmware in the task area.
Menu Status – Matrix Firmware
2.
To read out the firmware status and store it locally (file extension
.dtf), select Switch > Save Firmware Status to File....
3.
To read out the overall status of the matrix and store it locally (file
extension .zip), select Switch > Save Status to File....
The various modules can expanded and retracted in the column Name by
clicking with the left mouse button on the plus or minus symbols to get a
better overview.
By clicking on the plus resp. minus symbol in the upper right corner of the
working area you can expand and retract all module information with one
click at the left mouse button.
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Description
3.7.6
Firmware Status Extender
The current firmware status of the connected extenders is shown in this
menu.
You have the following possibility to access the menu:
The following information is shown in this menu:
Field
Description
Name
Description of the firmware
Type
Description of the extender module
Ports
Number of ports
Cur. Version
Description of the current firmware version
Cur. Date
Date of the current firmware version
 Select Status > EXT Firmware in the task area.
Menu Status – EXT Firmware
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3.8
Trace Function
All events, e.g. activities and switching operations of the Draco tera matrix,
are logged and displayed in this menu.
This function is used for diagnostic purposes.
You have the possibility to request various trace views in the menu:
The following information is shown in this menu:
Field
Description
Time
Timestamp
Message
Detailed description of the event
Trace possibilities
 Select Status > Trace IO Board in the main menu to check the
events on your current I/O boards.
 Select Status > Trace Matrix to check the matrix events.
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Installation
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4.1
Package Contents
Your package contains the following items:

Draco tera matrix

1x power cord per built-in power supply unit

1x serial control cable

Mounting accessories

User Manual

Java Tool

1x Cat X network cable (cross-wired)
If anything is missing, contact your dealer.
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4.2
System Setup
First time users are recommended to setup the system in the same room
as a test setup. This will allow you to identify and solve any cabling
problems, and experiment with your system more conveniently.
Setup of the matrix
1.
Install the CPU and I/O boards.
2.
Connect keyboard, mouse and monitor to the CPU board of the
matrix.
3.
Connect the matrix to the power supply.
4.
Open OSD via 'Hot Key' and login with administrator rights in the
main menu under configuration (see Chapter 5.2.1, Page 42).
5.
Configure initially as requested.
After the configuration of the system it is recommended to save the
configuration by selecting Configuration > Save and restart the matrix by
selecting Restart Matrix.
6.
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Java tool in order to set an extended configuration (see
Chapter 5.2.2, Page 47).
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Setup of Extender
1.
Connect the CON units to the matrix by using the interconnect cables
(Cat X or fiber).
2.
Connect the CON units to the input devices that has to be used (for
example keyboard and mouse).
3.
Connect the 5VDC power supply units to the CON units.
4.
Check the basic function of the CON unit by opening the OSD via
'Hot Key'.
5.
Connect the source (computer, CPU) to the CPU unit of the extender
by using the provided connection cables.
6.
Connect the CPU unit to the matrix by using the provided interconnect
cables (Cat X or fiber).
7.
If you have a video matrix, connect the video source directly to the
matrix by using the interconnect cables (coax, fiber).
8.
Connect the 5VDC power supply units to the CPU units.
9.
Start the system.
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4.3
Example Applications
The Draco tera supports a most flexible configuration of your system
environment:
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A part of the Draco tera can be configured as a Single-Head work station,
a part as Dual-Head, as Quad-Head or even as a video matrix for
example. In addition to that there are configurations with KVM and
USB 2.0 available.
Among the access via OSD by the keyboard connected to the CPU board
or an extender CON unit, you have the following additional access
options:

via Java Tool

via serial interface
A connection to common media controls is possible, too.
The following part shows typical exemplary installations of the Draco tera:
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4.3.1
KVM Matrix
In Single-Head mode, up to 288 ports can be used either as an input or as
an output port depending on components and equipment. At the same
time there is a non blocking access for all users, i.e. user access is not
limited by the activities of another user.
1
2
3
4
3
5
6
Single-Head KVM Matrix
1
Source (computer, CPU)
2
CPU unit
3
Interconnect cable
4
Draco tera matrix
5
CON unit
6
Console (monitor, keyboard, mouse)
If you have a Single-Head console, you can also get access to a DualHead or Quad-Head console for example. However control is only
possible at monitor 1.
Any signal source can be switched to any number of monitors that will
show the video signal at the same time. In addition to that even (optional)
audio can be switched.
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4.3.2
Video Matrix
If you use the Draco tera as a video matrix, up to 288 input ports can be
switched to up to 288 output ports depending on components and
equipment.
1
2
3
2
4
Video Matrix
1
Video source (e. g. SDI camera)
2
Interconnect cable
3
Draco tera matrix
4
Video sink (e. g. monitor)
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4.3.3
Video Editing
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4.3.4
Parallel Operation (Stacking)
If you have special configurations, especially at installations with several
monitors per work station or additional support of USB 2.0 transmission
paths, the number of connectable CPUs and consoles can be increased
by a parallel operation (stacking) of several Draco tera devices.
One of the Draco tera matrices has to be defined as the master matrix,
all the others have to be configured as slave matrix and the IP address of
the master matrix has to be entered in the field Master IP Address (see
Chapter 5.4.1, Page 58). They have to be connected to the master matrix
via network connector (RJ45) of the CPU board. The option Enable LAN
Echo has to be activated at the master matrix (see Chapter 5.4.1,
Page 58).
If a switching command is done in the OSD, the slave matrices will also
switch automatically.
Switching of stacked devices might be delayed by several seconds.
1
2
3
4
5
6
3
7
8
Parallel Operation (Stacking)
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1
Dual-Head source (computer, CPU)
2
CPU unit
3
Interconnect cable
4
Draco tera matrix (master matrix)
5
Draco tera matrix (slave matrix)
6
Network connection master / slave(s)
7
CON unit
8
Console (2x monitor, keyboard, mouse)
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4.3.5
Cascading
For applications exceeding the number of available ports, the system can
be extended by cascading.
In this case, the Draco tera devices are connected by so-called "tie lines".
The tie lines are dynamically configured to support connections in both
directions.
To access cascaded matrices from a console, one of the matrices has to
be configured as sub matrix (see Chapter 6.1.3, Page 106).
1
2
3
4
3
5
3
6
7
Cascading
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1
Source (computer, CPU)
2
CPU unit
3
Interconnect cable
4
Draco tera (sub matrix)
5
Draco tera (main matrix)
6
CON unit
7
Console (monitor, keyboard, mouse)
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Configuration
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5.1
Command Mode
The Draco tera has a Command Mode that allows several functions via
keyboard command during normal use.
To enter Command Mode use a 'Hot Key' sequence and to exit Command
Mode, press <Esc>. While in Command Mode, the LEDs Shift and Scroll
on the console keyboard will flash.
In Command Mode normal keyboard and mouse operation will cease.
Only selected keyboard commands are available.
The following table lists the keyboard commands to enter and to exit
Command Mode and to change the 'Hot Key' sequence:
Function
Keyboard Command
Enter Command Mode (default)
2x <Right Shift> (or 'Hot Key')
Exit Command Mode
<Esc>
Change 'Hot Key' sequence
<current 'Hot Key'> + <c>,
<new 'Hot Key' code>, <Enter>
Until 2011-30-09:
<Left Ctrl> + <Left Shift> + <c>,
<'Hot Key' Code>, <Enter>
<Key> + <Key>
<Key>, <Key>
2x <Key>
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Press keys simultaneously
Press keys successively
Press key quickly, twice in a row
(similar to a mouse double-click)
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Configuration
The 'Hot Key' sequence to enter Command Mode can be changed. The
following table lists the 'Hot Key' Codes for the available key sequences:
'Hot Key' Code
'Hot Key'
1
<Left Ctrl> + <Left Shift> + <i>
2
2x <Scroll>
3
2x <Left Shift>
4
2x <Left Ctrl>
5
2x <Left Alt>
6
2x <Right Shift>
7
2x <Right Ctrl>
8
2x <Right Alt>
In a combined KVM matrix / U-Switch configuration, choose different 'Hot
Keys' for the KVM matrix and the U-Switch.
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5.2
Control Options
The Draco tera contains an internal CPU that allows you to control all
functions from any console without the need for an external CPU or media
control.
You have the following possibilities to access the Draco tera for
configuration and operation:

via OSD

via Java Tool

via serial interface
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5.2.1
Control via OSD
Via OSD (On-Screen-Display) you set the configuration of the Draco tera
operating system. The settings of the menu Configuration are described
below. All other menus are described in later chapters.
You have the following possibilities to enter the OSD of the Draco tera:

via keyboard connected to the CPU board

via keyboard connected to a CON unit of an extender
Entering OSD
1.
Start Command Mode with the 'Hot Key' (see Chapter 5.1, Page 40).
2.
Press <o> to open OSD.
You will see a list of all available CPUs as a start menu.
3.
Press <Esc> to enter the main menu.
Leaving OSD
 Press <Shift> + <Esc> simultaneously.
The OSD will be closed without any further changes and the currently
active CPU connection will be displayed.
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Configuration
Menu Structure
Example View
The general layout of the OSD is structured into three areas:

Upper status area (topmost two text lines)

Working area

Lower status area (lowest two text lines)
Keyboard control
You can select between the following keyboard commands:
Function
Keyboard Command
Left cursor - only within an input field or a
switching screen
<Cursor Left>
Right Cursor - only within an input field or a <Cursor Right>
switching screen

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In input fields: Line up (with wrap
around)
In menus: Line up (without wrap
around)
<Cursor Up>
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Function


<Cursor Down>
Previous page in menus with more than
one page
<Page Up>
Next page in menus with more than one
page
<Page Down>
Next input field
<Tab>
Previous input field
<Left Shift> + <Tab>
Next option in selection fields
<+>
Previous option in selection fields
<->
Switching in selection fields between two
conditions, e. g. between ON / OFF or Y
(Yes) / N (No)
<Space>


In menus with input fields: Save data
In menus: Select menu item

In menus with input fields: Cancel data <Esc>
input without saving
In menus with selection fields: Go
back to the superior menu

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In input fields: Line down (with wrap
around)
In menus: Line down (without wrap
around)
Keyboard Command
<Enter>
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Sorting Function
Lists and tables in the Java Tool offer a sorting function for fast and
smooth search.
You have the possibility to use the following sorting functions:
Function
Keyboard Command
Sort ID numbers in a descending order or
in an ascending order by pressing the
keyboard command twice (ID).
<F1>
Sort ID names in a descending order or in
an ascending order by pressing the
keyboard command twice (Name).
<F2>
Go to the next result in the list of results of
the search field (Next).
<F3>
Go to the previous result in the list of
results of the search field (Previous).
<F4>
Refresh the currently shown list (Refresh).
<F5>
Jump between the search field and the list
of results (Find).
<F6>
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Password request
You have to login with administrator rights to be able to set configurations.
Menu Login
Access to the configuration menu requires administrator rights. User login
is mandatory.
Field
Input
User
admin
Password
admin
For security reasons. please change the administrator password as soon
as possible (see Chapter 5.4.1, Page 58).
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5.2.2
Control via Java Tool
Requirements
If you want to use the Java Tool, the following requirements have to be
fulfilled:

Computer with an executable Java Tool and an installed Java
Runtime Environment (JRE, version 1.6 or higher)

Java Tool software

Available network connection between the Java Tool and the matrix
Contact your system administrator concerning JRE and network
connection.
Installation of the Java Tool
The Java Tool is available as a single executable program file that does
not require a separate installation.
 Copy the tool after receiving the file to a directory on your computer.
If you do not have a Java Tool, contact your dealer.
Computer Connection to the Matrix
For a direct connection between computer and matrix, a cross-wired
network cable is required.
For a connection between computer and matrix via switch or hub, a
parallel assembled network cable is required.
 Connect the network cable to the RJ45 ports of computer and CPU
board of the matrix.
Start of the Java Tool
 Open the Java Tool by a double click on the program icon or use the
<Enter> key of the keyboard.
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Connection to the Matrix
Administrator rights are required.
1.
Open the Java Tool.
2.
Select Switch > Connect in the menu bar.
3.
Enter the IP address in the popup input field according to the network
configuration of the Draco tera (see Chapter 5.2.3, Page 54).
4.
Enter the user name and password for the Draco tera (see
Chapter 5.4.1, Page 58).
5.
Confirm your inputs with the button OK or reject with Cancel.
Menu Connect
Up to eight connections between the matrix and the Java tool can be
established at the same time due to a limitation of available sockets.
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Menu structure
Example View (System – Switch)
The menu structure of the Java Tools is subdivided into various sections:

Menu bar (top line)

Toolbar (second line)

Tab bar (third line)

Task area (left menu section)

Working area (right menu section)

Status bar (bottom line section)
Operating Instructions
The operation of the Java Tool is intuitive and corresponds to the user
interface of common operating systems.
The Java Tool contains its own support function.
The manual of the Draco tera only describes how to find and open the
appropriate menus in the Java Tool. For further operation use the support
function of the tool.
The integrated help texts in the working area of the Java Tool can be
activated or deactivated by the checkbox in the upper right corner.
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Mouse Control
You can select between the following mouse commands:
Function
Mouse Command
Menu selection, marking
Left mouse button
Open function specific selection menus
Double click left mouse
button
Open context specific selection menus
Right mouse button
Keyboard Control
You can select between the following keyboard commands:
Function
Keyboard Command
Cursor to the left
<Cursor Left>
Cursor to the right
<Cursor Right>
Line up
<Cursor Up>
Line down
<Cursor Down>
Previous page in input or status menus
with more than one page
<Page Up>
Next page in input or status menus with
more than one page
<Page Down>
Next field in input menus
<Tab>
Previous field in input menus
<Left Shift> + <Tab>


Switching in selection fields between <Space>
two conditions (checkmark or not).
Open already marked fields with
editing or selecting possibility.


In menus: Data saving
Menu item selection
<Enter>


Leave tables
Jump from tables into the next field
<Ctrl> + <Tab>


Leave tables
Jump from tables into the previous
field
<Ctrl> + <Left Shift> +
<Tab>
Various functions within the menus in the menu bar can be executed with
the provided keyboard commands (e. g. press <Ctrl> + <S> to execute
Save) that are listed to the right of the respective menu item.
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Reload Options
The information shown in the Java Tool can be reloaded in different ways.

Via <F5> key on the used keyboard

Via Edit > Reload in the menu bar

Via "Reload"-Symbol in the symbol bar
Context Function
The Java Tool offers several context functions that support a user friendly
and effective operation of the tool. The context functions are described in
the respective chapters.
 To execute a context function, use the right mouse button on the
corresponding field and select the desired function.
Sorting Function
Lists and tables in the Java Tool offer a sorting function for fast and
smooth search.
1.
For ascending sort status, use the left mouse button once to click into
the header of the column to be sorted.
The sort status is indicated by an arrow that points upwards.
2.
For descending sort, use the left mouse button twice to click on the
header of the column that has to be sorted. The sort is displayed by
an arrow that points downwards.
3.
To cancel the sort, use the left mouse button once or twice to click on
the header of the column that is sorted until the displayed arrow will
disappear.
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Filter Function
Lists and tables in the Java Tool offer a filter function that allows a fast
and smooth search inside.
1.
To activate a filter, use the right mouse button to click on the header
of the column that has to be filtered and select Set Filter.
2.
Write directly the word or part of a word that has to be filtered into the
header.
The filter results are shown immediately.
3.
To delete a filter, use the right mouse button to click on the header of
the column that has to be filtered and select Clear Filter.
An active filter is indicated by an asterix in the header.
The filter function is based on the functional principle of common web
search engines.
Configuration in the Java Tool
Configuration and system settings via Java Tool can only be changed in
offline mode without a direct connection between matrix and Java Tool.
To activate a configuration in the matrix, please proceed as follows:
1.
Select File > Upload to in the menu bar.
2.
Enter the IP address of the matrix (see Chapter 5.2.3, Page 54) and
the name and password of the user authorization and select the
storage location of the new configuration (default or config01-08) in
the menu Select Configuration.
3.
Select Switch > Connect in the menu bar and enter the IP address of
the matrix and the name and password for user authorization.
4.
Select Administration > Activate Configuration in the task area
and select the storage location that has been selected above.
5.
Use the button Activate to open the selected configuration within the
matrix.
The connection and the open tab will be closed and the matrix will be
restarted.
During the activation of a configuration, the matrix is temporarily not
available.
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Configuration File
The Java tool is equipped with an additional configuration file
(defaults.cfg) by default. This file allows the user to set various
configuration parameters of the Java tool. The file can be opened and
edited by standard text editor programs.
The following configuration parameters can be edited:
Parameter
Description
IP
Default IP address of the matrix required for
connection
User
Default user name required for connection
sys.dir
Default directory for configuration files
upd.dir
Default directory for update files
dfw.dir
Default directory for the firmware status
impexp.dir
Default directory for import and export files
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5.2.3
Control via Serial Interface
The Draco tera operating system offers various functions for an operation
via serial interface (see Chapter 7.4, Page 120). There are telegrams for
Switching single or all connections available, both unidirectional and
bidirectional. In addition to that, there are telegrams for an overall
definition of the total switching status and for saving and loading such
switching states.
By request, the Draco tera optionally provides an echo of all effected
switching operations via serial interface or network interface. That is why
you have the possibility to track the current configurations of the matrix at
any time and so update your own applications.
As an additional application you can switch parallely Draco tera clones as
slaves (Stacking) via serial network interface.
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5.3
Assignment
The Draco tera offers the possibility of a console specific or a CPU
specific assignment.

The first possibility is to assign virtual CPUs to real CPUs.

The second possibility is to assign real consoles to virtual consoles.
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5.3.1
Virtual CPU to real CPU
You can assign virtual to real CPUs in this menu.
With this function the effort for switching several consoles to the same
CPU can be reduced. If there a several consoles connected to a virtual
CPU that is assigned to a real CPU, you will only have to chance the real
CPU once and all consoles will receive the video signal of the new CPU.
You have the following possibilities to access the menu:
OSD
Under development
Java Tool
 Select Assignment > Virtual to Real CPU in the task area.
Menu Assignment – Virtual to Real CPU
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For an assignment, proceed as follows:
1.
Select a virtual CPU in the list Virtual CPU.
2.
Double click in the column Real CPU to get a list of all available real
CPUs.
3.
Select a real CPU.
You can select between the following buttons:
Button
Function
Send
Send assignments to the matrix
Reload
Reload changes
By activating the function Auto Send in the left lower corner of the
working area, switching operations will be done immediately without
confirmation by pressing the button Send.
The selection boxes in the column Real CPU contain a filter function for
an easy selection of single consoles from a larger pool of consoles (see
Chapter 5.2.2, Page 47).
The Java tool additionally offers the possibility to go directly from the
menu Assignment to the menu Definition to check specific settings for
the respective console or CPU.
 Use the right mouse button to select the respective console or CPU
and select Open CON Device or Open CPU Device.
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Real Console to Virtual Console
You can assign real consoles to virtual consoles in this menu.
With this function the effort to set and change access permissions can be
reduced by changing the permissions of the virtual console and so
applying them to all assigned real consoles, too.
You have the following possibilities to access the menu:
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Java Tool
 Select Assignment > Real to Virtual Console in the task area.
Menu Assignment – Real to Virtual Console
To place an assignment, proceed as follows:
1.
Select the required real console in the table Real Console.
2.
Double click in the column Virtual Console to get a list of all available
virtual consoles.
3.
Select the required virtual console.
You can select between the following buttons:
Button
Function
Send
Send assignments to the matrix
Cancel
Reject changes
By activating the function Auto Send in the left lower corner of the
working area, switching operations will be done immediately without
confirmation by pressing the button Send.
The selection boxes in the column Virtual Console contain a filter
function for an easy selection of single CPU from a larger pool of CPUs
(see Chapter 5.2.2, Page 47).
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5.4
System Settings
You have the possibility to configure the following system settings at the
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The configuration of the system settings can only be set by users with
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5.4.1
System Data
The system configuration is set in this menu.
You have the following possibilities to access the menu:
You can select between the following settings:
Field
Selection
Description
Device
Text
Enter the device name of the matrix
(default: SWITCH_01)
Name
Text
Enter the name of the configuration that is
used to save the current settings
(default: Standard)
Info
Text
Additional text field to describe the
configuration (default: Factory settings)
Sub Matrix
activated
If the matrix is defined as a sub matrix in
the OSD, the user will loose control
automatically. Control can be recovered by
using the keyboard command <Shift>,
<Shift>, <s>, <o>. The OSD now will be
opened again in the matrix that has been
defined as sub matrix.
Auto Save
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deactivated
Function not active (default)
activated
Save the current configuration of the matrix
in the flash memory periodically.
deactivated
Function not active (default)
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Field
Selection
Description
Enable
COM Echo
activated
Send all performed switching commands in
the matrix as an echo via serial interface.
Note: This function should be enabled
when using a media control via serial
interface.
Enable LAN
Echo
Slave Matrix
Master IP
Address
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Function not active (default)
activated
Send all performed switching commands in
the matrix as an echo via LAN connection.
Note: This function should be enabled
when using a media control via LAN
connection.
deactivated
Function not active (default)
activated
Synchronize the slave matrix according to
the switch status of the master matrix.
deactivated
Function not active (default)
Numerical
value
Set the network address of the master
matrix (default value: 000.000.000.000)
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 Select Configuration > System in the main menu.
Menu Configuration – System
You can select between the following buttons:
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Button
Function
Cancel
Reject changes
Save
Save changes
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Menu System – System Data
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5.4.2
Automatic ID
The settings for the automatic creation of CPU and CON devices by
connecting a new extender unit are made in this menu.
You have the following possibilities to access the menu:
You can select between the following settings:
Field
Selection
Description
Enable Auto
Config
activated
Automatic creation of a new CPU or
CON device if new extender units are
connected (default)
ID Real CPU
Device
Numerical
value
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Initial value of the automatic ID for real
CPUs (default value: 1000)
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Field
Selection
Description
ID Virtual CPU
Device
Numerical
value
Initial value of the automatic ID for virtual
CPUs (default value: 2000)
ID Real CON
Device
Numerical
value
Initial value of the automatic ID for real
CONs (default value: 3000)
ID Virtual CON
Device
Numerical
value
Initial value of the automatic ID for virtual
CONs (default value: 4000)
OSD
 Select Configuration > System in the main menu.
Menu Configuration – System
You can select between the following buttons:
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Button
Function
Cancel
Reject changes
Save
Save changes
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Java Tool
 Select System > Automatic ID in the task area.
Menu System – Automatic ID
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5.4.3
Access
The access configuration is set in this menu.
You have the following possibilities to access the menu:
You can select between the following settings:
Field
Selection
Description
Enable User
Login
activated
The user has to login with a user name
and a password once to enter OSD.
Thereafter the user remains logged in
until he explicitly logs out or an auto
logout is effected.
deactivated Function not active (default)
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Field
Selection
Description
Enable User
ACL
activated
CPU access is restricted according to
the permissions in the ACL (Access
Control List).

User login is required.

Switching by keyboard 'Hot Keys'
requires a prior login.
deactivated Function not active (default)
Enable
Console ACL
activated
CPU access is restricted according to
the permissions in the respective
Console ACL (Access Control List). No
login required
deactivated Function not active (default)
Auto
Disconnect
activated
Upon opening the OSD, the console will
be automatically disconnected from the
current CPU.
deactivated Function not active (default)
OSD Timeout
0-999
seconds
Period of inactivity after which OSD will
be closed automatically.

Select 0 seconds, for no timeout
(default: 0 seconds)
Auto Logout
0-999
minutes
Period of inactivity after which a user is
automatically logged out from the OSD
at this console.

The timer is not active as long as
the OSD is open.

Select 0 minutes for an immediate
logout.
OSD
 Select Configuration > Access in the main menu.
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Menu Configuration – Access
You can select between the following buttons:
Button
Function
Cancel
Reject changes
Save
Save changes
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Java Tool
 Select System > Access in the task area.
Menu System – Access
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5.4.4
Switch
The configuration of the switching parameters is set in this menu.
You have the following possibilities to access the menu:
You can select between the following settings:
Field
Selection
Description
Video Sharing
activated
The user can switch to any CPU as an
observer, even to such ones that are
already assigned to another user
(observer without keyboard/mouse
access).

Note: Switching with the key
<Space>, not <Enter>.

The operator will not be informed if
further users connect as an
observer to the CPU that is
connected to his console.
deactivated Function not active (default)
Force Connect
activated
The user can connect to every single
CPU as an operator, even to such ones
that are related to another user.

Note: The previous user is set to
video only status.

To share K/M control, Force
Connect has to be activated.
deactivated Function not active (default)
Force
Disconnect
activated
Extension of Force Connect: If the user
connects to a CPU as an operator that is
already related to another user, the
connection to the previous user will be
completely disconnected.
Note: To share K/M control Force
Disconnect has to be deactivated.
deactivated Function not active (default)
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Field
Selection
Description
CPU Auto
Connect
activated
If a console is not connected to a CPU,
you can establish an automatic
connection to the next available CPU by
hitting any key or mouse button.
deactivated Function not active (default)
CPU Timeout
0 – 999
minutes
Period of inactivity after which a console
will be automatically disconnected from
its current CPU (default value:
0 minutes)
Keyboard
Connect
activated
Activate request of K/M control by
keyboard event (key will be lost)
deactivated Function not active (default)
Mouse
Connect
activated
Activate request of K/M control by mouse
event
deactivated Function not active (default)
Release Time
0-999
seconds
Period of inactivity of a connected
console after which K/M control can be
requested by other consoles connected
to the CPU.

Note: Set "0" for an immediate
transfer in real-time.

Only one console can have
keyboard and mouse control at the
same time. The other consoles that
are connected to the same CPU
have a video only status (default
value: 10 seconds)
If the options Keyboard Connect and/or Mouse Connect are activated,
the condition Release Time will have to be met until a new user will gain
control.
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OSD
 Select Configuration > Switch in the main menu.
Menu Configuration – Switch
You can select between the following buttons:
Button
Function
Cancel
Reject changes
Save
Save changes
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Java Tool
 Select System > Switch in the task area.
Menu System – Switch
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5.4.5
Network
The network configuration is set in this menu.
You have the following possibilities to access the menu:
You can select between the following settings:
Field
Selection
Description
DHCP
activated
The network settings are automatically
supplied by a DNS server (default)
deactivated Function not active
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IP address
Byte
Input of the IP address in the form
"192.168.1.1", if DHCP is not active
Subnet Mask
Byte
Input of the subnet mask in the form
"255.255.255.0", if DHCP is not active
(default: 255.255.255.0)
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Field
Selection
Description
Gateway
Byte
Input of the subnet mask in the form
"192.168.1.1", if DHCP is not active
Activate the modified network parameters by doing a restart.
Consult your system administrator before modifying the network
parameters. Otherwise unexpected results and failures can occur in
combination with the network.
OSD
 Select Configuration > Network in the main menu.
Menu Configuration – Network
You can select between the following buttons:
Button
Function
Cancel
Reject changes
Save
Save changes
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Java Tool
 Select System > Network in the task area.
Menu System – Network
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5.4.6
Date and Time
Date and Time are set in this menu.
You have the following possibility to access the menu:
You can select between the following settings:
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Field
Selection
Description
Month
1–12
Enter month
Date
1–31
Enter date
Year
1–99
Enter year
Day of the
week
1–7
Enter week
Hours
0–23
Enter hour
Minutes
0–59
Enter minute
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Field
Selection
Description
Seconds
0–59
Enter second
Date format according to the English notation.
OSD
 Select Configuration > Date+Time in the main menu.
Menu Configuration – Date + Time
You can select between the following buttons:
Button
Function
Cancel
Reject changes
Save
Save changes
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5.5
User Settings
You have the possibility to configure the following user settings:
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5.5.1
User Data
New users and their user settings and permissions are set in this menu.
You have the following possibilities to access the menu:
You can select between the following settings:
Field
Selection
Description
Name
Text
User name (case sensitive)
Password
Text
User password (case sensitive)
Repeat
Password
Text
Repeat user password (case sensitive)
HTTP
activated
Access permission via HTTP.
deactivated Function not active (default).
FTP
activated
Access permission via FTP. This setting
is necessary for file access from the
Java tool or any web browser.
deactivated Function not active (default).
TEL
activated
Access permission via Telnet.
deactivated Function not active (default).
POW
activated


User has user rights
Permission for crosspoint operations
deactivated Function not active (default).
ADM
activated



Permission for system configuration
and all switching operations
User has administrator rights
This setting is required for an online
connection with the Java tool
deactivated Function not active (default).
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 Select Configuration > User in the main menu.
Menu Configuration – User
You can select between the following buttons:
Button
Function
New
Create a new user
Edit
Edit an existing user
Delete
Delete an existing user
Cancel
Reject changes
Save
Save changes
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Java Tool
 Select User > User Data in the task area.
Menu User – User Data
You can select between the following buttons:
Button
Function
New
Open a new user configuration
Delete
Delete an existing user
Apply
Create a new user account
Cancel
Reject changes
To configure a user access rights for CPUs, proceed as follows:
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1.
Select a user in the list User Data.
2.
By using the right mouse button once on a CPU in one of the
respective access lists (Full Access, Video Access and No Access)
two lists for selection will appear in which the respective CPU can be
moved and the access rights can be changed.
3.
Confirm the configuration with the button Apply.
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To create a new user, proceed as follows:
1.
Press the button New.
2.
Select a template of an existing user if applicable (Choose template).
3.
Press the button OK.
4.
Set password.
5.
Set general access permissions.
6.
Set user permissions for CPU access (paste function).
7.
Set user favorites for OSD access.
8.
Press the Button Apply to save the new user settings.
You can select between the following keyboard commands:
Function
Keyboard Command
Add CPU to list Full Access
<F>
Add CPU to list Video Access
<V>
Add CPU to list No Access
<N>
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5.6
Extender Settings
All extender units are managed in this menu. This also contains the
creation of new extender units and the deletion of existing extender units.
The extender unit describes the connection of an physical extender to the
matrix. Every extender board with a direct cable connection to the matrix
is recognized as an extender unit. Dual-Head KVM extenders will be
recognized as two independent extender units.
KVM Extenders automatically create extender units inside the matrix.
You have the following possibilities to access the menu:
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You can select between the following settings:
Field
Selection
Description
ID
Text
Numerical value of the extender ID
(KVM Extenders: ID is provided by
extender unit (Serial No.) and cannot be
changed)
Name
Text
Name of the extender unit
Fixed
activated
Create an extender unit with a fixed port
assignment (default)
deactivated Function not active.
Port
1–288
(depending
on the
matrix)
Port number of the extender unit
OSD
 Select Configuration > EXT Units in the main menu.
Menu Configuration – EXT Units
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You can select between the following buttons:
Button
Function
New
Create a new extender unit
Edit
Edit an existing extender unit
Delete
Delete an existing extender unit
Cancel
Reject changes
Save
Save changes
The settings for the tab OSD Data are described in Chapter 5.8.2,
Page 88.
Java Tool
 Select Definition > EXT Units in the task area.
Menu Definition – EXT Units
You can select between the following buttons:
Button
Function
New
Create a new extender unit
Delete
Delete an existing unit
Apply
Confirm changes of an extender unit
Cancel
Reject changes
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To create a new extender unit press the button New.
2.
Select, if a template of an existing extender unit (Choose extender
as template), a template of an predefined extender type (Choose
extender type) or no template (None) should be used.
3.
Press the button OK.
4.
Set all relevant parameters for the extender unit.
5.
Press the button Apply to save the new extender unit.
Created extender units are always set as fixed port extender. These
configurations are necessary, if you want to switch e. g. USB 2.0
connections via the matrix.
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5.7
CPU Settings
New CPU devices are configured in this menu including their assignment
to extenders.
The assignment helps to describe and switch more complex computer
configurations (e.g. Quad-Head with USB 2.0) in the matrix.
You have the following possibilities to access the menu:
You can select between the following settings:
Field
Selection
Description
ID
Text
ID of the CPU unit (see Chapter 5.4.2,
Page 61
Name
Text
Name of the CPU Device.
Virtual Device
activated
Create new CPU device as a virtual one.
deactivated Function not active.
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OSD
 Select Configuration > CPU Units in the main menu.
Menu Configuration – CPU Devices
You can select between the following buttons:
Button
Function
New R.
Create a new real CPU device
New V.
Create a new virtual CPU device
Edit
Edit an existing CPU device
Delete
Delete an existing CPU device
Cancel
Reject changes
Save
Save changes
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Java Tool
 Select Definition > CPU Devices in the task area.
Menu Definition – CPU Devices
You can select between the following buttons:
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Button
Function
New
Open a new CPU Device
Delete
Delete a new CPU Device
Apply
Confirm a created CPU Device
Cancel
Reject changes
>
Assign selected extender units
>>
Assign all available extender units
<
Remove the selected extender units
<<
Remove all extender units
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You can select between the following keyboard commands:
Function
Keyboard Command
Change assignment number of the EXT unit
upwards
<+>
Change assignment number of the EXT unit
downwards
<->
To create a new CPU device, proceed as follows:
1.
Press the button New.
2.
Select, if a real CPU (Create a real CPU) or a virtual CPU (Create a
virtual CPU) should be created or a template of an existing CPU
should be used (Choose template).
A template can only be used, if there is at least one existing CPU device.
3.
Press the button OK.
4.
Determine all parameters that are relevant for the CPU.
5.
To confirm the new CPU, press the button Apply.
To access a new CPU via matrix, an assignment of one or more CPU type
extender units is required. Proceed as follows:
1.
Select the new CPU in the list CPU Devices.
2.
Select one or more extenders in the list Extender available.
3.
Perform the assignment by pressing the button >. To assign all
available extenders to the CPU, press the button >>.
The assignments are displayed in the list Extender assigned.
4.
Confirm the assignment by pressing the button Apply.
To remove an extender assignment, proceed as follows:
1.
Select a CPU in the list CPU Devices.
2.
Select one or more extenders in the list Extender assigned.
3.
Remove the assignment with the button <. To remove all existing
assignments, press the button <<.
4.
Confirm the removal with the button Apply.
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Console Settings
You have the possibility to perform the following console settings:
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5.8.1
CON Devices
New CON devices are created in this menu including access rights and
assignment to extenders.
You have the following possibilities to access the menu:
You can select between the following settings:
Field
Selection
Description
ID
Text
ID of the CON unit (see Chapter 5.4.2,
Page 61).
Name
Text
Name of the CON Device.
Virtual Device
activated
Create new CON device as a virtual
one.
deactivated
Function not active (default).
activated
Allow user login at this CON device.
deactivated
Function not active (default).
Force Login
activated
Force user login at this CON device.
deactivated
Function not active (default).
LOS Frame
activated

Allow Login

deactivated
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If there is a loss of connection, the
last picture shown will be still
displayed and is surrounded by an
orange frame.
If you switch to a CPU without video
signal, a blank screen will appear
surrounded by an orange frame.
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 Select Configuration > CON Devices in the main menu.
Menu Configuration – CON Devices
You can select between the following buttons:
Button
Function
New R.
Create a real console
New V.
Create a virtual console
Edit
Edit an existing console
Delete
Delete an existing console
Cancel
Reject changes
Save
Save changes
Java Tool
 Select Definition > CON Devices in the task area.
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Menu Configuration – CON Devices
You can select between the following buttons:
Button
Function
New
Open a new CON device
Delete
Delete a new CON device
Apply
Confirm a created CON device
Cancel
Reject changes
>
Assign selected extender units
>>
Assign all available extender units
<
Remove the selected extender units
<<
Remove all extender units
You can select between the following keyboard commands:
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Function
Keyboard Command
Decrease assignment number of the extender
unit
<+>
Increase assignment number of the extender
unit
<->
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To create a new console, proceed as follows:
1.
Press the button New.
2.
Select, if a real console (Create a real Console) or a virtual console
(Create a virtual Console) should be created or a template of an
existing console should be used (Choose template).
A template can only be used, if there is at least on existing CON device.
3.
Press the button OK.
4.
Determine all parameters that are relevant for the console.
5.
To confirm a created console, press the button Apply.
To run a created CPU via matrix, it requires an assignment of one or more
CON units (extender). To place an assignment, please proceed as follows:
1.
Select the console in the list CON Devices that has to be assigned to
an extender.
2.
Select the extender in the list Extender available that should be
assigned to the CON.
3.
Perform the assignment by pressing the button >. To assign all
available extenders to the console, press the button >>. The
assignments are displayed in the list Extender assigned.
4.
Confirm the assignment by pressing the button Apply.
To remove an extender assignment, proceed as follows:
1.
Select the console in the list CON Devices to be modified.
2.
Select the extender(s) in the list Extender assigned to be removed.
3.
Remove the assignment with the button <. To remove all existing
assignments, press the button <<.
4.
Confirm the changes by pressing the button Apply.
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To configure the access rights of consoles to CPUs, please proceed as
follows:
1.
Select a console in the list CON Devices.
2.
Open the tab CPU Access Control.
3.
Assign new access rights by using the right mouse button or the
respective keyboard commands (cf. below).
4.
Confirm the configuration by pressing the button Apply.
After creating a new user, he is provided automatically with Full Access
to all available CPUs.
You can select between the following keyboard commands:
Function
Keyboard Command
Add CPU to list Full Access
<F>
Add CPU to list Video Access
<V>
Add CPU to list No Access
<N>
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5.8.2
Mouse and Keyboard
The OSD configuration for mouse and keyboard is made in this menu.
You have the following possibilities to access the menu:
You can select between the following settings:
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Field
Selection
Description
Hor. Speed 1/x
1–9
Adjustment of the horizontal mouse
speed, 1 = slow, 9 = fast (default
value: 4)
Ver. Speed 1/x
1–9
Adjustment of the vertical mouse speed,
1 = slow, 9 = fast (default value: 5)
Double Click
100–800
Adjustment of the time slot for a double
click (default value: 200 ms)
Keyboard
layout
Region
Set the OSD keyboard layout according
to the used keyboard (default: German
(DE))
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Field
Selection
Description
Video Mode
Variable or
specific
resolution
Resolution that is used when opening
OSD
The mouse and keyboard settings are console specific and can be
separately set for every console.
OSD
 Select Configuration > EXT Units in the main menu.
Menu Configuration – EXT Units
You can select between the following buttons:
Button
Function
Cancel
Reject changes
Save
Save changes
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 Select Definition > EXT Units in the task area.
Mouse and keyboard settings are made in the tab OSD Data.
Menu Definition – EXT Units
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5.9
Saving and Loading of Configurations
You have the possibility to set the following administration of
configurations:
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5.9.1
Active Configuration
You have the following possibility to access the menu:
 Select Configuration > Save in the main menu.
By selecting this menu item, the active configuration of the matrix is
saved to the permanent matrix memory. By default, the last
configuration that has been saved in this way will be restored after a
restart of the matrix.
Changing configurations or saving them blocks the matrix memory and
leads to a freeze of all OSD menus for a few seconds. The switching
connections are not affected by this freeze.
If you select Auto Save within the system settings an additional automatic
saving of the configuration will be performed periodically (see
Chapter 5.3.2, Page 56).
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5.9.2
Saving of Configurations (internal)
In this menu the current matrix configuration to predefined storage
locations is saved. However, it does not replace the buffering of
configuration (see Chapter 5.9.1, Page 91).
You have the following possibilities to access the menu:
In Active, the name and detailed information of the current configuration
are shown. This configuration can be saved now.
In Default and File #1 to File #8, the name and the detailed information of
the respective saved configuration are shown. These storage locations
can be overwritten.
The storage location that has to be overwritten by the current configuration
must be selected explicitly.
Afterwards the current configuration will be saved to this storage location
and will be immediately shown in the menu. The previously saved
configuration that has been saved to this storage location is deleted.
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OSD
You have the possibility to save the created configuration within eight
storage locations in the matrix (File #1 – File #8). Additionally a
configuration can also be saved as default configuration.
1.
Select Configuration > Save As… in the main menu.
2.
Select the required storage location (File #1 – File #8) or Default.
Menu Configuration – Save as
Java Tool
To save the configuration into the internal matrix memory, proceed as
follows:
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1.
Select File > Upload to… in the menu bar.
2.
Enter the IP address of the matrix, your user name and your
password and select the storage location in that the configuration has
to be saved (default or config01 – config08).
3.
Confirm with the button OK.
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5.9.3
Loading of Configurations (internal)
Previously saved configurations are loaded in this menu.
You have the following possibilities to load configurations from files:
In Active, the currently loaded configuration is displayed.
In addition to the default configuration, up to eight further configurations
can be loaded.
The selection of the configuration that has to be loaded can be made
between eight personalizable configurations and the default settings.
The selected configuration is will be immediately loaded and displayed in
the menu as Active. The previously active configuration is deleted.
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OSD
1.
Select Configuration > Open in the main menu.
2.
Select the desired configuration.
3.
Load the configuration by pressing the key <Enter>.
Menu Configuration – Open...
Java Tool
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1.
Select Administration > Activate Configuration during online-mode
in the task area
2.
Select the required configuration.
3.
Load the configuration by pressing the button Activate.
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5.9.4
Saving of Configurations (external)
Created configurations can be saved as a file and so become independent
of the matrix and transportable.
You have the following possibility to access the menu:
1.
Select File > Save As in the menu bar.
2.
Select the directory of the configuration on your storage medium
where it has to be saved.
Configurations are always saved in a file with the ending dtc.
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5.9.5
Loading of Configurations (external)
Externally saved configurations are opened and activated in this menu.
You have the following possibilities to load configurations from files:
1.
Select File > Open… during offline-mode and select the storage
location of the configuration file that has to be opened.
2.
Open the configuration by pressing the button Open.
3.
Select File > Upload to… in the menu bar to transfer the opened
configuration to the matrix. Enter the necessary parameters.
4.
Select Switch > Connect in the menu bar to make a connection
between the matrix and the Java tool. Enter the necessary
parameters.
5.
Select Administration > Activate Configuration and select the
configuration that has to be activated.
6.
Confirm the process with the button Activate.
The opened configuration is activated now and can be used.
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5.10
Export and Import Options
The Draco tera offers the possibility to read out available configuration
lists (extender, CPUs, consoles and users) for exporting and importing
again via Java tool. You have the following possibilities to handle
configuration lists.
Exported configuration lists are always saved in .csv format that allows
offline editing with common spreadsheet applications.
You have the following possibilities to export or import configuration lists:
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5.10.1 Export Options
Configuration lists are exported in this menu. To export, proceed as
follows:
1.
Select File > Export in the menu bar.
2.
After opening the menu, select the list to export (Extender, CPU,
Console or User).
3.
Select the storage location for the export file.
4.
Confirm the export with the button Finish.
Menu File – Export
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5.10.2 Import Options
Configuration lists are imported in this menu. To import, proceed as
follows:
1.
Select File > Import in the menu bar.
2.
After opening the menu, select the list to import (Extender, CPU,
Console or User).
3.
Select the directory of the list to import.
4.
Confirm the import with the button Finish.
Menu File – Import...
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5.11
Firmware Update
5.11.1 Matrix Update
The firmware of the matrix can be updated in this menu.
You have the following possibility to access the menu:
Java Tool
Only use computers to update the matrix that are self-sustaining and not
integrated in the KVM extender / matrix setup.
1.
Select Administration > Update Matrix Firmware in the task area.
Menu Administration – Update Matrix Firmware
2.
Select the directory in the lower part of the working area in which the
update files can be found.
Open the file defaults.cfg and insert in the parameter upd.dir the
directory from which the update files should be standardly sourced.
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3.
Select those modules in the list that have to be updated and enable
the respective checkbox in the column Update.
4.
Start the update by pressing the button Update in the appearing
pop up window.
5.
If the expected period of time for one update will exceed 20 minutes,
cancel the update. Open the file defaults.cfg and set the parameter
safemode to true.
6.
Restart the Matrix after the update by pressing the button Restart
matrix in the lower part of the working area.
Serial Interface
!Text folgt!
5.11.2 Extender Update
The firmware of the extenders connected to the matrix can be updated in
this menu.
You have the following possibilities to access the menu:
1.
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Menu Administration > Update EXT Firmware
2.
Set the matrix into Service Mode upon request in the popup window
or via Switch > Activate Service Mode in the menu bar.
During activation, all matrix functions are disabled. An OSD picture
indicates the activation of the Service Mode and is displayed on all
monitors that are connected to the matrix via a CON device.
Additionally, the Service Mode is indicated by a red tool icon in the
lower part of the working area.
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Configuration
OSD View Service Mode
3.
Select the directory in the lower part of the working area in which the
update files can be found.
4.
Select those extender modules in the list that have to be updated and
enable the respective checkbox in the column Update.
5.
Start the update by pressing the button Update in the lower part of
the working area.
6.
Quit Service Mode after updating upon request in the popup window
or via Switch > Deactivate Service Mode in the task area.
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Operation
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The Draco tera can be operated in three different ways:
1. Direct Switching

via a keyboard connected to a CON port and the 'Hot Keys'

by a macro keyboard connected to a console port
2. OSD

via keyboard/mouse directly connected to the CPU board of the
matrix

via keyboard/mouse connected to a CON Unit and the OSD
3. External Switching Commands:

via an external computer via Java tool (network connection required)

via a media control (network or serial connection required)
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6.1
Operation via 'Hot Keys'
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6.1.1
Direct Switching
The direct switching by 'Hot Keys' on a keyboard is the fastest possibility
for a user to switch at his console between different CPUs. There is a
possibility to switch video, keyboard and mouse or only video.
Direct Switching of Video, Keyboard and Mouse
1.
Start Command Mode with the 'Hot Key'.
For control, the LEDs Shift and Scroll flash at the keyboard, if
Command Mode is activated.
2.
Enter the index number of the new CPU from the list of favorites and
confirm with <Enter>.
At the same time the Command Mode is closed and the console is
connected to the new CPU with complete control.
Best results regarding switching time can be achieved by using identical
mice, keyboards and monitors. This contributes to a smooth and delayless
direct switching of the matrix.
Direct Switching of Video
1.
Start Command Mode with the 'Hot Key'. For control, the LEDs Shift
and Scroll flashes at the keyboard, if command mode is activated.
2.
Enter the index number of the new CPU from the list of favorites and
confirm with <Space>.
At the same time the Command Mode is closed and the console is
connected to the new CPU with video only.
You can only switch to not used and allowed CPUs with the 'Hot Keys'.
The options Force Connect and Force Disconnect as well as the
restrictions of the User ACL and CON ACL are taken into account.
'Hot Keys' are only supported, if neither Enable User Login nor the
Enable User ACL is selected and the user is logged in the OSD.
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Scan Mode
The Scan Mode offers the possibility to show video signals of the different
CPUs fast and without delay and offers switching in between without
continuously using the 'Hot Key'. The switching between two video signals
can even take place within one frame.
1.
Start command mode with the 'Hot Key'. For control, the LEDs Shift
and Scroll flashes at the keyboard, if command mode is activated.
2.
Press the key <Left Shift> and hold it down. You can now enter the
index numbers of the various CPUs from the list of favorites with the
keyboard and immediately switch to the video signal of the respective
CPU after entering the index number.
3.
Leave Scan Mode by pressing <Left Shift> + <Esc>.
Optimal results can be achieved by the use of as identical resolutions as
possible. This contributes to a smooth and delay less function of the scan
mode.
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6.1.3
Addressing of Main and Sub Matrices
The Draco tera can be cascaded in two steps. You can optionally send the
commands (including opening the OSD) to the main or the sub matrix.
Whenever command mode is activated, you can select by a <m> or a <s>,
if all of the following commands should be handled in the main or in the
sub matrix.
OSD Access

OSD access to the main matrix:
<Left Shift>, <Left Shift>, <m> (optional), <o>

OSD access to the sub matrix:
<Left Shift>, <Left Shift>, <s>, <o>
Example: Switching to the CPU port 23 of the sub matrix.
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1.
Switching to the CPU Port (e.g. 12) of the master matrix that have the
connection to the sub matrix:
<Left Shift>, <Left Shift>, <m> (optional), <1>, <2>, <Enter>
2.
Switching to the CPU Port 23 of the sub matrix:
<Left Shift>, <Left Shift>, <s>, <2>, <3>, <Enter>
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The selected main matrix / sub matrix mode is permanently activated until
the other mode will be manually activated. This means that if you
select <s> for example, all prospective commands will be sent to the
slave, but not if the Command Mode is left in the meantime.
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6.1.4
Function Keys <F1>–<F12>
In Command Mode you can retrieve the macros 1–12 with the function
keys <F1>–<F12> of the connected standard keyboard instead of the
special macro keyboard.
The deposited command sequence for the appropriate function key is
executed and Command Mode is left immediately.
By a prefixed <s> or <S> and <m> or <M> you can select, if the command
sequence should be executed for the master or the slave.
The chosen control level remains selected, until the other one will be
selected, but not if Command Mode is left in the meantime.
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6.2
KVM-Switching
You have the following possibilities to perform switching operation with the
Draco tera:
OSD
 Select Switch in the main menu.
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Menu Switch
The following information is shown in this menu:
Field
Description
CON device
Assigned physical extender unit (CON unit)
CON assigned
Virtual CON Device that is assigned to the real
CON device
CPU connected Currently connected CPU device
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CON status
Current connection status (CON device)
EXT list
List of all available physical extender units
(CON units)
CPU device
Assigned physical extender unit (CPU unit)
CPU assigned
Real CPU device that is assigned to a virtual
CPU device
CON
connected
Currently connected CON device
CPU status
Current connection status (CPU device)
EXT list
List of all available physical extender units
(CPU units)
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You can select between the following switching functions:
Function
Keyboard Command
Set a video only connection.
<Space>
Set a KVM connection.
<Enter>
Set a KVM connection in private mode (video
sharing disabled).
<Shift> + <Enter>
Disconnect own CON device from CPU device.
<Backspace>
Switching operations from the own CON device can only be done to CPU
devices that are available in the list CPU Devices.
Java Tool
 Select Switch > Switch Console to CPU in the task area.
Menu Switch – Switch Console to CPU
All connected consoles and the associated CPU connections are shown in
columns in the working area in this menu.
Switching operations can only be performed in online mode, that means
an active network connection between the matrix and the Java Tool is
needed.
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 To set a KVM connection between a console and a CPU, doubleclick on the corresponding selection box within the CPU column and
select the requested CPU (green).
 To set a video connection between a console and a CPU, doubleclick on the corresponding selection box within the CPU column and
select the requested CPU (orange).
CPUs whose respective console does not have access rights, will not
appear in the list.
You can use the following button to perform a switching operation:
Button
Function
Send
Send effected switching operations to the matrix
By activating the function Auto Send in the left lower corner of the
working area, switching operations will be done immediately without
confirmation by pressing the button Send.
Additionally, the menu offers the possibility to get from any console or
CPU into the associated configuration menu in the task area.
1.
To get directly to Definition > CON Devices, use the right mouse
button to click on the respective console in the list and select Open
CON Device.
2.
To get directly to Definition > CPU Devices use the right mouse
button to click on the respective console in the list and select Open
CPU Device.
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6.3
Serial Interface
The Draco tera offers the possibility to switch via a serial interface
(RS232).
Detailed information for the serial interface and the corresponding
switching commands can be found in Chapter 7.4, Page 120.
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6.4
Power On and Power Down Functions
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6.4.1
Restart
You have the following possibilities to perform a restart:
OSD
1.
Select Configuration > Restart Matrix or Restart IO Board in the
main menu to restart either the matrix or the I/O boards.
2.
Confirm the selection with button YES.
The Draco tera will be restarted with the current settings.
Java Tool
 Select Switch > Restart Matrix in the menu bar.
The Draco tera will be restarted with the current settings.
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6.4.2
Reset
You have the following possibilities to perform a reset of the system:
If a firmware update has been done since the delivery, the matrix will be
set to the state defined there.
OSD
1.
Select Configuration > Reset Matrix in the main menu.
2.
Confirm the selection with the button YES.
The Draco tera will be reset to factory settings.
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6.4.3
Power Down
 Slide the on and off switch at the main sockets of the power supply
units to start or switch off the matrix.
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7.1
Interfaces
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7.1.1
DVI-D Single Link
The video interface supports the DVI-D protocol. All signals that comply to
DVI-D Single Link norm can be transmitted. This includes e.g. monitor
resolutions such as 1920x1200@60Hz, Full HD (1080p) or 2K HD (up to
2048x1152). Data rate is limited to 165 MPixel/s.
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7.1.2
USB-HID
Our devices with USB-HID interface support a maximum of two devices
with USB-HID protocol. Each USB-HID port provides a maximum current
of 100 mA.
Keyboard
Compatible with most USB keyboards. Certain keyboards with additional
functions may require custom firmware to operate. Keyboards with an
integral USB Hub (Mac keyboards e.g.) are also supported.
Mouse
Compatible with most 2-button, 3-button and scroll mice.
Other USB-HID devices
The proprietary USB emulation also supports certain other USB-HID
devices, such as specific touch screens, graphic tablets, barcode
scanners or special keyboards. Support cannot be guaranteed, however,
for every USB-HID device.
Only two USB-HID devices are supported concurrently, such as keyboard
and mouse or keyboard and touch screen. A hub is allowed, but it does
not increase the number of HID devices allowed.
To support other USB 'non-HID' devices, such as scanners, web cams or
memory devices, choose our devices with transparent USB support.
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7.1.3
RJ45 (Network)
The communication of the Cat X devices requires a 1000BASE-T
connection.
The cabling has to be done according to EIA/TIA-568-B (1000BASE-T)
with RJ45 connectors at both ends. All of the four wire pairs are used in
both directions. The cabling is suitable for a full duplex operation. For the
cable connection to a source (computer, CPU), a crossed network cable
(cross cable) has to be used.
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7.1.4
RS-232 (Serial)
The communication takes place with a transmission speed of up to
115.2 KBaud, regardless of the file format. The transmission takes place
with eight data bits and a stop bit, but without a parity bit. Limited
hardware handshake (DSR) is possible.
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7.1.5
RJ45 (Interconnect)
The communication of the Cat X devices requires a 1000BASE-T
connection.
Connector wiring must comply with EIA/TIA-568-B (1000BASE-T), with
RJ45 connectors at both ends. All four cable wire pairs are used.
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7.1.6
Fiber SFP Type LC (Interconnect)
The communication of fiber devices is performed via Gigabit SFPs that
have to be connected to suitable fibers fitted with connectors type LC (see
Chapter 7.2.2, Page 116).
The correct function of the device can only be guaranteed with SFPs
provided by the manufacturer.
SFP modules can be damaged by electrostatic discharge (ESD).
 Please consider ESD handling specifications.
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SDI (Interconnect)
The communication of the SDI devices requires a mini coax connection
with mini BNC connectors or 3G SFPs with transmission speeds of
0,360 Gbit/s (SD-SDI, SMPTE 259M), 1,485 Gbit/s (HD-SDI,
SMPTE 292M) and 2,970 Gbit/s (3G SDI).
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7.2
Interconnect Cable
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7.2.1
Cat X
A point-to-point connection is required. Operation with several patch fields
is possible. Routing over an active network component, such as an
Ethernet Hub, Router or Matrix, is not allowed.
 Avoid routing Cat X cables along power cables.
 If the site has 3-phase AC power, try to ensure that CPU Unit and
CON Unit are on the same phase.
To maintain regulatory EMC compliance, correctly installed shielded Cat X
cable must be used throughout the interconnection link.
To maintain regulatory EMC compliance, all Cat X cables need to carry
ferrites on both cable ends close to the device.
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Type of Interconnect Cable
The Draco tera requires interconnect cabling specified for Gigabit Ethernet
(1000BASE-T). The use of solid-core (AWG24), shielded, Cat 5e (or
better) is recommended.
Cat X Solid-Core Cable
AWG24
S/UTP (Cat 5e) cable according to EIA/TIA568-B. Four pairs of wires AWG24.
Connection according to EIA/TIA-568-B
(1000BASE-T).
Cat X Patch Cable
AWG26/8
S/UTP (Cat 5e) cable according to EIA/TIA568-B. Four pairs of wires AWG26/8.
Connection according to EIA/TIA-568-B
(1000BASE-T).
The use of flexible cables (patch cables) type AWG26/8 is possible,
however the maximum possible extension distance is halved.
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Maximum Acceptable Cable Length
Cat X Installation Cable
AWG24
140 m (400 ft)
Cat X Patch Cable
AWG26/8
70 m (200 ft)
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7.2.2
Fiber
A point-to-point connection is necessary. Operation with multiple patch
panels is allowed. Routing over active network components, such as
Ethernet Hubs, Matrixes or Routers, is not allowed.
Type of Interconnect Cable
(Cable notations according to VDE)
Type of cable
Specifications
Single-mode 9μm





Two fibers 9μm
I-V(ZN)H 2E9 (in-house patch cable)
I-V(ZN)HH 2E9 (in-house breakout
cable)
I/AD(ZN)H 4E9 (in-house or outdoor
breakout cable, resistant)
A/DQ(ZN)B2Y 4G9 (outdoor cable, with
protection against rodents)
Multi-mode 50μm



Two fibers 50μm
I-V(ZN)H 2G50 (in-house patch cable)
I/AD(ZN)H 4G50 (in-house or outdoor
breakout cable, resistant)
Multi-mode 62.5μm


Two fibers 62.5μm
I-V(ZN)HH 2G62,5 (in-house breakout
cable)
A/DQ(ZN)B2Y 4G62,5 (outdoor cable,
with protection against rodents)

Only use Single-mode connection cables for fiber connections that are
based on 3G SFPs.
Maximum Acceptable Cable Length
Type of cable
Maximum Acceptable Cable Length
Single-mode 9μm
10,000 m (32,800 ft)
Multi-mode 50μm (OM3)
1,000 m (3,280 ft)
Multi-mode 50μm
400 m (1,300 ft)
Multi-mode 62.5μm
200 m (650 ft)
If you use single-mode SFPs with multi-mode fibers, you normally can
double the maximum acceptable cable length.
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Type of Connector
LC Connector
Connector
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7.2.3
Coaxial
A point-to-point connection is necessary.
Type of Interconnect Cable
Cable Type
Specifications
Mini coaxial cable AWG 18
RG 6
impedance 75 Ω
Maximum Acceptable Cable Length
Band Width
Maximum Acceptable Cable Length
0.270 Gbit/s
400 m (1,312 ft)
1.485 Gbit/s
140 m (459 ft)
2.970 Gbit/s
120 m (394 ft)
Type of Connector
Mini BNC connector
Connector
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7.3
Supported Peripherals
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7.3.1
KVM Extenders
The following KVM extenders are released for the use with the Draco tera:
KVM Extender with Cat X Connection, K477 Series
Type
Description
L477-1SHC
Draco tera KVM CPU Unit, Single-Head, 2x USB-HID
R477-1SHC
Draco tera KVM CON Unit, Single-Head, 2x USB-HID
L477-1S4CA
Draco tera KVM CPU Unit, Single-Head, Analog
Audio, 4x USB-HID
R477-1S4CA
Draco tera KVM CON Unit, Single-Head, Analog
Audio, 4x USB-HID
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Type
Description
L477-1S4CD
Draco tera KVM CPU Unit, Single-Head, Digital
Audio, 4x USB-HID
R477-1S4CD
Draco tera KVM CON Unit, Single-Head, Digital
Audio, 4x USB-HID
L477-1STC
Draco tera KVM CPU Unit, Single-Head, 2x USB-HID,
4x USB 2.0
R477-1STC
Draco tera KVM CON Unit, Single-Head, 2x USB-HID,
4x USB 2.0
L477-2S4C
Draco tera KVM CPU Unit, Dual-Head, 4x USB-HID
R477-2S4C
Draco tera KVM CON Unit, Dual-Head, 4x USB-HID
L477-SHCV
Draco tera KVM CPU Unit, Single-Head,
DVI-I input (VGA), 2x USB-HID
R477-SHCV
Draco tera KVM CON Unit, Single-Head,
DVI-I Input (VGA), 2x USB-HID
KVM Extender with Cat X Connection, K474 Series
Type
Description
L474-BSHC
Draco tera KVM CPU Unit, Single-Head, 2x USB-HID
R474-BSHC
Draco tera KVM CON Unit, Single-Head, 2x USB-HID
L474-BSHCV
Draco tera KVM CPU Unit, Single-Head, DVI-I input
(VGA), 2x USB-HID
R474-BSHCV
Draco tera KVM CON Unit, Single-Head, IR receiver,
2x USB-HID
KVM Extender with Fiber Connection (Single-Mode), K477 Series
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Type
Description
L477-1SHS
Draco tera KVM CPU Unit, Single-Head, 2x USB-HID
R477-1SHS
Draco tera KVM CON Unit, Single-Head, 2x USB-HID
L477-1S4SA
Draco tera KVM CPU Unit, Single-Head, Analog
Audio, 4x USB-HID
R477-1S4SA
Draco tera KVM CON Unit, Single-Head, AnalogAudio, 4x USB-HID
L477-1S4SD
Draco tera KVM CPU Unit, Single-Head, Digital
Audio, 4x USB-HID
R477-1S4SD
Draco tera KVM CON Unit, Single-Head, Digital
Audio, 4x USB-HID
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Type
Description
L477-1STS
Draco tera KVM CPU Unit, Single-Head, 2x USB-HID,
4x USB 2.0
R477-1STS
Draco tera KVM CON Unit, Single-Head, 2x USB-HID,
4x USB 2.0
L477-2S4S
Draco tera KVM CPU Unit, Dual-Head, 4x USB-HID
R477-2S4S
Draco tera KVM CON Unit, Dual-Head, 4x USB-HID
L477-SHSV
Draco tera KVM CPU Unit, Single-Head, DVI-I input
(VGA), 2x USB-HID
KVM Extender with Fiber Connection (Single-Mode), K474 Series
Type
Description
L474-BSHS
Draco tera KVM CPU Unit, Single-Head, 2x USB-HID
R474-BSHS
Draco tera KVM CON Unit, Single-Head, 2x USB-HID
L474-BSHSV
Draco tera KVM CPU Unit, Single-Head, DVI-I Input
(VGA), 2x USB-HID
R474-BSHSV
Draco tera KVM CON Unit, Single-Head, IR receiver,
2x USB-HID
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7.3.2
USB 2.0 Extender
USB 2.0 Extender with Cat X Connection, K474 Series
Type
Description
L474-BXTC
Draco tera USB 2.0 CPU Unit, 4x USB 2.0
R474-BXTC
Draco tera USB 2.0 CON Unit, 4x USB 2.0
USB 2.0 Extender with Fiber Connection (Single-Mode), K474 Series
Type
Description
L474-BXTS
Draco tera USB 2.0 CPU Unit, 4x USB 2.0
R474-BXTS
Draco tera USB 2.0 CON Unit, 4x USB 2.0
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Video-Extender
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7.4
Serial Control
To control the Draco tera via serial interface, the following parameters
certain parameters are used.
In order to communicate set the format for serial data transmission.
115.2K, 8, 1, NO
(115.2 KBAUD, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity)
Command
<STX>, <command byte (CMD)>, [data bytes (D0…DN)], <ETX>
[ ] = Optional elements
Response
<ACK> , [<ECHO>]
[ ] = Optional elements
<ECHO> reports the matrix sequences solicited by a command and thus
the new switching status of the matrix. The echo can be used to update
user applications and to operate several matrices in parallel.
Parameter Description
Command byte:
In the range 0x40 to 0x6F
(see list of allowed commands below)
Data bytes:
a) Binary data: In order to prevent that, during the
transmission of binary data, control statements of
control commands are transferred, the data are
divided into low-nibble and high-nibble. The data
are distributed to the low-nibbles of two bytes and
provided with an offset by 0x60 e.g. 0x1F
=> 0x61 + 0x6F
b) 7bit data: (0x0 to 0x7F) are provided with an
offset by 0x80, e.g. 0000011 => 0x83
c) ASCII data => 0x20 to 0x7E are transmitted
unencryptedly.
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Specifications
(Special) characters:
ACK
NAK
STX
ETX
CR
ESC
HTAB
LF
0x06
0x15
0x02
0x03
0x0D
0x1B
0x09
0x0A
Sequence of a Data Communication
Draco tera Matrix
Control CPU
–
Sending of a command
Acquiring of a command,
processing of a command,
blocking of further commands
–
a) Errors occurred: <NAK>
b) No errors: <ACK><ECHO>
c) Optional: Reply telegram with
data
–
–
a) Repeat telegram
b) Next command
c) Receive and process the repeat
telegram
The serial interface can be blocked while OSD has been opened.
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7.4.1
Telegrams of the Switching Functions
Request of Input Port for Output Port
Bytes
Description
Coding
1
Control character
0x1B
1
Server identification
0X5B
1
Command
0x42
2
Total length of telegram
(7 bytes, binary)
0x07 0x00
2
Requested output port
(binary, 1…max. ports)
0x01 0x00 (for port 1) to
0x120 0x00 (for port 288)
Example:
Request of input port for output port 160
0x1B 0x5B 0x42 0x07 0x00 0xA0 0x00
Return of Input Port for Output Port
Bytes
Description
Coding
1
Control character
0x1B
1
Server identification
0X5D
1
Command
0x42
2
Total length of telegram
(9 bytes, binary)
0x09 0x00
2
Requested output port
(binary, 1…max. ports)
0x01 0x00 (for port 1) to
0x120 0x00 (for port 288)
2
Assigned input port
(binary, 1…max. ports)
0x01 0x00 (for port 1) to
0x120 0x00 (for port 288)
Example:
Return of input port 17 for output port 160
0x1B 0x5D 0x42 0x09 0x00 0xA0 0x00 0x11 0x00
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Specifications
Connection of Input Port with Output Port
Bytes
Description
Coding
1
Control character
0x1B
1
Server identification
0X5B
1
Command
0x43
2
Total length of telegram
(9 bytes, binary)
0x09 0x00
2
Requested output port
(binary, 1…max. ports)
0x01 0x00 (for port 1) to
0x120 0x00 (for port 288)
2
Assigned input port
(binary, 1…max. ports)
0x01 0x00 (for port 1) to
0x120 0x00 (for port 288)
Example:
Connection of input port 17 with output port 160
0x1B 0x5B 0x43 0x09 0x00 0xA0 0x00 0x11 0x00
Request of Input Port for Output Port with a fixed total Port Number
Bytes
Description
Coding
1
Control character
0x1B
1
Server identification
0X5B
1
Command
0x44
2
Total length of telegram
(9 bytes, binary)
0x09 0x00
2
Number of output ports
(binary, 1…max. 287
ports)
0x01 0x00 (for 1 port) to
0x11F 0x00 (for 287 ports)
2
Requested output port
(binary, 1…max. ports)
0x01 0x00 (for port 1) to
0x120 0x00 (for port 288)
Example:
Request of input port for output port 25 with a total port number of 160
0x1B 0x5B 0x44 0x09 0x00 0xA0 0x00 0x19 0x00
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Return of Input Port for Output Port with a fixed Port Number
Bytes
Description
Coding
1
Control character
0x1B
1
Server identification
0X5D
1
Command
0x44
2
Total length of telegram
(7 bytes, binary)
0x07 0x00
2
Number of output ports
(binary, 1…max. 288
ports)
0x01 0x00 (for 1 port) to
0x11F 0x00 (for 287 ports)
Example:
Return of input port 17 for output port 25 with a total port number of 160
0x1B 0x5D 0x44 0x09 0x00 0xA0 0x00 0x19 0x00 0x11 0x00
Connection of Input Port with Output Port with a fixed total Port
Number
Bytes
Description
Coding
1
Control character
0x1B
1
Server identification
0X5B
1
Command
0x45
2
Total length of telegram
(7 bytes, binary)
0x07 0x00
2
Number of output ports
(binary, 1…max. 287
ports)
0x01 0x00 (for 1 ports) to
0x11F 0x00 (for 287 ports)
Example:
Connection of input port 17 with output port 25 with a total port number of
160
0x1B 0x5B 0x45 0x07 0x00 0xA0 0x00 0x19 0x00 0x11 0x00
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Request of Switching Matrix
Bytes
Description
Coding
1
Control character
0x1B
1
Server identification
0X5B
1
Command
0x46
Return of the Switching Matrix (Input Port for all Output Ports)
Bytes
Description
Coding
1
Control character
0x1B
1
Server identification
0X5D
1
Command
0x46
2
Total length of telegram
(7 bytes, binary)
0x07 0x00
2
Input port whose signal
is send to output port
OutPort (n)
0x01 0x00 (for 1 port) to
0x120 0x00 (for 288 ports)
Example:
Return input port 17 for all output ports
0x1B 0x5D 0x46 0x07 0x00 0x11 0x00
Request of CPU (Input) for CON (Output)
Bytes
Description
Coding
1
Control character
0x1B
1
Server identification
0X5B
1
Command
0x47
2
Total length of telegram
(7 bytes, binary)
0x07 0x00
2
Requested output
console
0x01 0x00 (for console 1) to
0x11F 0x00 (for console 287)
Example:
Request of CPU (input) for console 23
0x1B 0x5B 0x47 0x07 0x00 0x17 0x00
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Return of CPU (Input) for CON (Output)
Bytes
Description
Coding
1
Control character
0x1B
1
Server identification
0X5D
1
Command
0x47
2
Total length of telegram
(9 bytes, binary)
0x09 0x00
2
Requested output
console
0x01 0x00 (for console 1) to
0x11F 0x00 (for console 287)
2
Requested input CPU
0x01 0x00 (for CPU 1) to
0x11F 0x00 (for CPU 287)
Example:
Return of CPU 34 for console 23
0x1B 0x5D 0x47 0x09 0x00 0x17 0x00 0x22 0x00
Connection of CPU (Input) with CON (Output)
Bytes
Description
Coding
1
Control character
0x1B
1
Server identification
0X5B
1
Command
0x48
2
Total length of telegram
(9 bytes, binary)
0x09 0x00
2
Requested console
0x01 0x00 (for console 1) to
0x11F 0x00 (for console 287)
2
Requested CPU
0x01 0x00 (for CPU 1) to
0x11F 0x00 (for CPU 287)
Example:
Connection of CPU 43 with console 23
0x1B 0x5B 0x48 0x09 0x00 0x17 0x00 0x2B 0x00
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Request of CPU (Input) for CON (Output with a fixed Console Number
Bytes
Description
Coding
1
Control character
0x1B
1
Server identification
0X5B
1
Command
0x49
2
Total length of telegram
(9 bytes, binary)
0x09 0x00
2
Total number of consoles 0x01 0x00 (for 1 console) to
(binary, 1...max. CONs) 0x11F 0x00 (for 287
consoles)
2
Requested consoles
0x01 0x00 (for console 1) to
0x11F 0x00 (for console 287)
Example:
Request of CPU (input) for console 23 with 50 consoles in total
0x1B 0x5B 0x49 0x09 0x00 0x32 0x00 0x17 0x00
Return of CPU (Input) for CON (Output) with a fixed Console Number
Bytes
Description
Coding
1
Control character
0x1B
1
Server identification
0X5D
1
Command
0x49
2
Total length of telegram
(7 bytes, binary)
0x07 0x00
2
Total number of consoles 0x01 0x00 (for 1 console) to
(binary, 1...max. CONs) 0x11F 0x00 (for 287
consoles)
Example:
Return of CPU 43 for console 23 with 50 consoles in total
0x1B 0x5D 0x49 0x07 0x00 0x32 0x00 0x17 0x00 0x2B 0x00
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Connection of CPU (Input) with CON (Output) with a fixed Console
Number
Bytes
Description
Coding
1
Control character
0x1B
1
Server identification
0X5B
1
Command
0x50
2
Total length of telegram
(7 bytes, binary)
0x07 0x00
2
Total number of consoles 0x01 0x00 (for 1 console) to
(binary, 1...max. CONs) 0x11F 0x00 (for 287
consoles)
Example:
Connection of 43 with console 23 with 50 consoles in total
0x1B 0x5B 0x50 0x07 0x00 0x32 0x00 0x17 0x00 0x2B 0x00
Request of CON (Input) for CPU (Output)
Bytes
Description
Coding
1
Control character
0x1B
1
Server identification
0X5B
1
Command
0x51
2
Total length of telegram
(7 bytes, binary)
0x07 0x00
2
Requested output for
CPU
0x01 0x00 (for CPU 1) to
0x11F 0x00 (for CPU 287)
Example:
Request of CON (input) for CPU 23
0x1B 0x5B 0x51 0x07 0x00 0x17 0x00
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Return of CON (Input) for CPU (Output)
Bytes
Description
Coding
1
Control character
0x1B
1
Server identification
0X5D
1
Command
0x51
2
Total length of telegram
(9 bytes, binary)
0x09 0x00
2
Requested output CPU
0x01 0x00 (for CPU 1) to
0x11F 0x00 (for CPU 287)
2
Requested input console 0x01 0x00 (for console 1) to
0x11F 0x00 (for console 287)
Example:
Request of console 23 for CPU 43
0x1B 0x5D 0x51 0x09 0x00 0x2B 0x00 0x17 0x00
Connection of CON (Input) with CPU (Output)
Bytes
Description
Coding
1
Control character
0x1B
1
Server identification
0X5B
1
Command
0x52
2
Total length of telegram
(9 bytes, binary)
0x09 0x00
2
Requested output CPU
0x01 0x00 (for CPU 1) to
0x11F 0x00 (for CPU 287)
2
Requested input console 0x01 0x00 (for console 1) to
0x11F 0x00 (for console 287)
Example:
Connection of console 23 with CPU 43
0x1B 0x5B 0x52 0x09 0x00 0x2B 0x00 0x17 0x00
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Request CON (Input) for CPU (Output) with a fixed CPU number
Bytes
Description
Coding
1
Control character
0x1B
1
Server identification
0X5B
1
Command
0x53
2
Total length of telegram
(9 bytes, binary)
0x09 0x00
2
Total number of CPUs
0x01 0x00 (for 1 CPU) to
0x11F 0x00 (for 159 CPUs)
2
Requested output for
CPU (binary, 1…max.
CPUs)
0x01 0x00 (for CPU 1) to
0x11F 0x00 (for CPU 287)
Example:
Request for CPU 43 with 50 CPUs in total
0x1B 0x5B 0x53 0x09 0x00 0x32 0x00 0x2B 0x00
Return of CON (Input) for CPU (Output) with a fixed CPU Number
Bytes
Description
Coding
1
Control character
0x1B
1
Server identification
0X5D
1
Command
0x53
2
Total length of telegram
(7 bytes, binary)
0x07 0x00
2
Total number of CPUs
0x01 0x00 (for 1 CPU) to
0x11F 0x00 (for 287 CPUs)
Example:
Return of console 23 for CPU 43 with 50 CPUs in total
0x1B 0x5D 0x53 0x07 0x00 0x32 0x00 0x2B 0x00 0x17 0x00
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Connection of CON (Input) with CPU (Output) with a fixed total CPU
Number
Bytes
Description
Coding
1
Control character
0x1B
1
Server identification
0X5B
1
Command
0x54
2
Total length of telegram
(7 bytes, binary)
0x07 0x00
2
Total number of CPUs
0x01 0x00 (for 1 CPU) to
0x11F 0x00 (for 287 CPUs)
Example:
Connection of console 23 with CPU 43 with 50 CPUs in total
0x1B 0x5B 0x54 0x07 0x00 0x32 0x00 0x2B 0x00 0x17 0x00
Connection of CON (Input) with CPU (Output) and CPU (Input) with
CON (Output)
Bytes
Description
Coding
1
Control character
0x1B
1
Server identification
0X5B
1
Command
0x55
2
Total length of telegram
(9 bytes, binary)
0x09 0x00
2
Requested CPU
0x01 0x00 (for CPU 1) to
0x11F 0x00 (for CPU 287)
2
Requested console
0x01 0x00 (for console 1) to
0x11F 0x00 (for console 287)
Example:
Connection of console 23 (input) with CPU 43 (output)
0x1B 0x5B 0x55 0x09 0x00 0x2B 0x00 0x17 0x00
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Connection of CON (Input) with CPU (Output) and CPU (Input) with
CON (Output) with a fixed CPU Number
Bytes
Description
Coding
1
Control character
0x1B
1
Server identification
0X5B
1
Command
0x56
2
Total length of telegram
(7 bytes, binary)
0x07 0x00
2
Total number of CPUs
0x01 0x00 (for 1 CPU) to
0x11F 0x00 (for 287 CPUs)
Example:
Connection of console 23 with CPU 43 and console 24 with CPU 44 with
50 existing CPUs
0x1B 0x5B 0x56 0x07 0x00 0x32 0x00 0x2B 0x00 0x17 0x00 0x2C 0x00
0x18 0x00
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7.5
Connector Pinouts
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7.5.1
CPU Board
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Connector DVI-D Single-Link
1.............................8 C1 C2
C5
17...........................24 C3 C4
Pin
Signal
1
T.M.D.S data 2 – 9
Pin
T.M.D.S data 1 – 17
T.M.D.S data 0 –
2
T.M.D.S data 2 + 10
T.M.D.S data 1 + 18
T.M.D.S data 0 +
3
T.M.D.S data 2
GND
11
T.M.D.S data 1
GND
19
T.M.D.S data 0
GND
4
n.c.
12
n.c.
20
n.c.
5
n.c.
13
n.c.
21
n.c.
6
DDC Input (SCL) 14
+5VDC high
impedance
22
T.M.D.S clock
GND
7
DDC Output
(SDA)
15
GND
23
T.M.D.S clock +
8
Internal use
16
Hot Plug
recognition
24
T.M.D.S clock –
C1
Internal use
C3
Internal use
C2
n.c.
C4
Internal use
C5
Signal
GND
Pin Signal
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Connector USB Type A
Picture
1 2 3 4
Pin
Signal
Color
1
VCC (+5VDC)
Red
2
Data –
White
3
Data +
Green
4
GND
Black
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D-Sub 9 (Serial)
Picture
1.................5
6...........9
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
n.c.
6
DTR
2
CTS
7
TxD
3
RTS
8
RxD
4
DSR
9
n.c.
5
GND
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
D1+
5
n.c
2
D1–
6
D2–
3
D2+
7
n.c
4
n.c
8
n.c
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
D1+
5
D3–
2
D1–
6
D2–
3
D2+
7
D4+
4
D3+
8
D4–
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RJ45
Picture
8..........1
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7.5.2
I/O Board Cat X
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RJ45
Picture
8..........1
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7.5.3
I/O Board SFP
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Fiber SFP Typ LC
Picture
1
Diode
Signal
1
Data OUT
2
Data IN
2
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7.5.4
I/O Board SDI
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Mini BNC (SDI)
Picture
1 2
Pin
Signal
1
Data IN
2
GND
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7.6
Power Supply
Voltage
100-240V~, 50-60Hz
Strombedarf
Draco tera 288
max. 202 W without I/O boards
Draco tera 160
max. 188 W without I/O boards
Draco tera 80
max. 99 W without I/O boards
Draco tera 48
max. 94 W without I/O boards
Draco tera 8
max. 15 W without I/O boards
I/O Board
max. 13 W
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7.7
Environmental Conditions
Operating Temperature
41 to 113°F (5 to 45°C)
Storage Temperature
–13 to 140°F (–25 to 60°C)
Relative Humidity
Max. 80% non-condensing
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Size
Draco tera 288
Matrix
483 x 578 x 330 mm (19.0" x 22.8" x 12.0")
Shipping Box
650 x 680 x 760 mm (25.6" x 26.8" x 29.9")
Draco tera 160
Matrix
483 x 400 x 330 mm (19.0" x 15.8" x 12.0")
Shipping Box
650 x 680 x 540 mm (25.6" x 26.8" x 21.3")
Draco tera 80
Matrix
483 x 178 x 230 mm (19.0" x 7.0" x 9.1")
Shipping Box
640 x 570 x 360 mm (25.2" x 22.4" x 14.2")
Draco tera 48
Matrix
483 x 133 x 230 mm (19.0" x 5.3" x 9.1")
Shipping Box
640 x 570 x 316 mm (25.2" x 22.4" x 12.4")
Draco tera 8
Matrix
Shipping Box
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7.9
Shipping Weight
Draco tera 288
Matrix
34.6 kg (76.2 lb) fully equipped
Shipping Box
41.1 kg (90.6 lb)
Draco tera 160
Matrix
26.3 kg (60.0 lb) fully equipped
Shipping Box
31.7 kg (69.9 lb)
Draco tera 80
Matrix
11.1 kg (24.5 lb) fully equipped
Shipping Box
15.6 kg (34.4 lb)
Draco tera 48
Matrix
8.9 kg (19.6 lb) fully equipped
Shipping Box
12.1 kg (26.7 lb)
Draco tera 8
Matrix
Shipping Box
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Troubleshooting
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In the following chapters support for problems with the Draco tera matrix is
provided. This help is based as regards content on a functional extender
route. Please ensure before running your extenders with the matrix that
they work over a peer-to-peer connection. This can be supported by the
use of a Cat X or fiber coupler. If you have problems referring to this, the
manuals of the respective extenders will offer support.
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8.1
External Failure
Diagnosis
Possible Reason
Matrix cannot be Fuse at the standard
started
appliance outlet.
anymore.
Measure
 Check fuse.
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8.2
Video Interference
Diagnosis
Possible Reason
Measure
Opening the
OSD not
possible
No OSD jumper set
 Set jumper 11 on the CON unit.
Incorrect video
display
Cable connection
disturbed
 Check the connection, length
and quality of the interconnect
cable to the units.
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8.3
Malfunction of Fans
Diagnosis
Possible Reason
Measure
Fans only run
under full load
Communication to fan
tray is disturbed
 Removal and und reinstallation
of the fan tray
Fans do not
Fans defective
run, LED OK on
 Contact your dialer
Fans do not
Power supply
run, LED OK off
 Check power supply and power
connection
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8.4
Malfunction of Power Supply Units
Diagnosis
Possible Reason
Measure
Matrix cannot
be started
Power supply units not
locked correctly
 Check lock and plug-in of the
power supply units
No power supply
available
 Check, if cables for the power
supply are connected correctly
Power supply units are
not switched on
 Check slide to switch on the
power supply units
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8.5
Network Error
Diagnosis
Possible Reason
Measure
Network
settings are not
assumed after
editing.
Restart of the matrix not
yet completed.
 Do a restart.
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8.6
Failure at the Matrix
Diagnosis
Possible Reason
Measure
Serial control
impossible or
only restrictedly
possible.
Different Baud rate of
CPU and matrix.
 Adapt Baud rate in the matrix
and in the CPU (see
Chapter 5.3.2, Page 56).
Serial control via Wrong network cable.
RJ45 port not
possible.
 Use a crossed network cable
Port definitions
as USB 2.0
invalid.
 Do a restart.
Restart of the matrix not
yet completed.
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Blank Screen
1 2
3
12
3
Rear View
3
Front View
Diagnosis
Possible Reason
Measure
Monitors
remains dark
after switching
operation
Switching to a CPU Port
without active Source
(computer, CPU).
 Switching to a CPU Port with an
active source (computer, CPU).
LED 1 on or
LED 2 off
Connections CON unit,
matrix and CPU unit.
 Check connecting cables and
connectors. (No cable, cable
break, CPU/CON unit offline,
CPU/CON unit connected to the
wrong port)
LED 3 off
Power supply
 Check power supply units and
the connection to the power
network.
Connection of a console  Check connections regarding
CON and CPU ports at the
with a CON port or
matrix.
connection of a CPU to a
CPU port not established
correctly.
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9
Technical Support
Prior to contacting support please ensure you have read this manual, and
then installed and set-up your Draco tera as recommended.
9.1
Support Checklist
To efficiently handle your request it is necessary to complete our checklist
for support and problem cases (Download). Keep the following information
available before you call:
9.2

Company, name, phone number and email

Type and serial number of the device (see bottom of device)

Date and number of sales receipt, name of dealer if necessary

Issue date of the existing manual

Nature, circumstances and duration of the problem

Involved components (such as graphic source/CPU, OS, graphic
card, monitor, USB-HID/USB 2.0 devices, interconnect cable)
including manufacturer and model number

Results from any testing you have done
Shipping Checklist
1.
To return your device, contact your dealer to obtain a RMA number
(Return-Material-Authorization).
2.
Package your devices carefully, preferably using the original box.
Add all pieces which you received originally.
3.
Note your RMA number visibly on your shipment.
Devices that are sent in without a RMA number cannot be accepted. The
shipment will be sent back without being opened, postage unpaid.
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Certificates
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10.1
CE Declaration Of Conformity
The products listed below in the form as delivered comply with the
provisions of the following European Directives:
2004/108/EG
Council Directive on the approximation of the laws of
the Member States relating to electromagnetic
compatibility
CE Marking 2009
Product list:
480 Series
The products comply with the following harmonized standards for
Information Technology Equipment:

EN 55022:2006 + A1:2007 (Class A)

EN 55024:1998 + A1:2001 + A2:2003
This declaration certifies the conformity to the specified directives but
contains no assurance of properties. The safety instructions and
installation guidelines noted in this manual shall be considered in detail.
Compliance with the specifications for cable lengths and types is
mandatory.
Manufacturer:
Oberteuringen, 26 January 2010
IHSE GmbH
Maybachstrasse 11
88094 Oberteuringen
Deutschland
The Management
Use in a Domestic Environment
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, this product may
cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take
adequate measures.
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10.2
North American Regulatory Compliance
This equipment has been found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and,
if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in
which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own
expense.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible
for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Shielded cables must be used with this equipment to maintain compliance
with radio frequency energy emission regulations and ensure a suitably
high level of immunity to electromagnetic disturbances.
All power supplies are certified to the relevant major international safety
standards.
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10.3
WEEE
The manufacturer complies with the EC Directive 2002/96/EG on the
prevention of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE).
The device labels carry a respective marking.
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10.4
RoHS
This device complies with the EC Directive 2002/95/EG on the Restriction
of the use of certain Hazardous Substances in electrical and electronic
equipment (RoHS).
The device labels carry a respective marking.
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Glossary
The following terms are commonly used in this guide or in video and KVM
technology:
Term
Explanation
AES/EBU
Digital audio standard that is officially known as
AES3 and that is used for carrying digital audio
signals between devices.
Cat X
Any Cat 5e (Cat 6, Cat 7) cable
CGA
The Color Graphics Adapter (CGA) is an old analog
graphic standard with up to 16 displayable colors and
a maximum resolution of 640x400 pixels.
Component
Video
The Component Video (YPbPr) is a high-quality
video standard that consists of three independently
and separately transmittable video signals, the
luminance signal and two color difference signals.
Composite Video The Composite Video is also called CVBS and it is
part of the PAL TV standard.
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CON Unit
Component of a Draco tera or Media Extender to
connect to the console (monitor(s), keyboard and
mouse; optionally also with USB 2.0 devices)
CPU Unit
Component of a Draco tera or Media Extender to
connect to a source (computer, CPU)
DDC
The Display Data Channel (DDC) is a serial
communication interface between monitor and
source (computer, CPU. It allows a data exchange
via monitor cable and an automatic installation and
configuration of a monitor driver by the operating
system.
Dual Access
A system to operate a source (computer, CPU) from
two consoles
Dual-Head
A system with two video connections
Dual Link
A DVI-D interface for resolutions up to 2560x2048 by
signal transmission of up to 330 MPixel/s (24-bit)
DVI
Digital video standard, introduced by the Digital
Display Working Group (http://www.ddwg.org). Single
Link and Dual Link standard are distinguished. The
signals have TMDS level.
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Term
Explanation
DVI-I
A combined signal (digital and analog) that allows
running a VGA monitor at a DVI-I port – in contrast to
DVI-D (see DVI).
Fiber
Single-mode or multi-mode fiber cables
EGA
The Enhanced Graphics Adapter (EGA) is an old
analog graphic standard, introduced by IBM in 1984.
A D-Sub 9 connector is used for connection.
Console
Keyboard, mouse and monitor
CVBS
The analog color video baseband signal (CVBS) is
also called Composite Video and it is part of the PAL
TV standard.
KVM
Keyboard, video and mouse
Mini-XLR
Industrial standard for electrical plug connections
(3 pole) for the transmission of digital audio and
control signals
Multi-mode
62.5µ multi-mode fiber cable or 50µ multi-mode fiber
cable
OSD
The On-Screen-Display is used to display information
or to operate a device.
Quad-Head
A system with four video connections
RCA (Cinch)
A not standardized plug connection for transmission
of electrical audio and video signals, especially with
coaxial cables
SFP
SFPs (Small Form Factor Pluggable) are pluggable
interface modules for Gigabit connections. SFP
modules are available for Cat X and fiber
interconnect cables.
S/PDIF
A digital audio interconnect that is used in consumer
audio equipment over relatively short distances.
Single-Head
A system with one video connection
Single Link
A DVI-D interface for resolutions up to 1920x1200 by
signal transmission of up to 165 MPixel/s (24-bit).
Alternative frequencies are Full HD (1080p), 2K HD
(2048x1080) and 2048x1152.
Single-mode
9µ single-mode fiber cable
S-Video (Y/C)
The S-Video (Y/C) is a video format transmitting
luminance and chrominance signals separately.
Thereby it has a higher quality standard than CVBS.
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Term
Explanation
TOSLINK
Standardized fiber connection system for digital
transmission of audio signals (F05 plug connection)
Triple-Head
A system with three video connections
USB-HID
USB-HID devices (Human Interface Device) allow for
data input.
There is no need for a special driver during
installation; "New USB-HID device found" is reported.
Typical HID devices include keyboards, mice,
graphics tablets and touch screens. Storage, video
and audio devices are not HID.
VGA
Video Graphics Array (VGA) is a computer graphics
standard with a typical resolution of 640x480 pixels
and up to 262,144 colors. It can be seen as a
follower of the graphics standards MDA, CGA and
EGA.
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11.1
Matrix specific Glossary
Term
Explanation
Auto Disconnect
Matrix function that allows an automatic disconnect
between a console and a CPU, if OSD is opened via
this console.
Auto Logout
Matrix function that describes the duration of
inactivity after the user haws been logged out from
the OSD at this console.
CON Device
Logical term that summarizes several physical
extenders to switch more complex console systems
via matrix.
CON Timeout
Matrix function that allows an automatic disconnect of
the own console from the connected CPU after a
predefined time.
Console ACL
Console Access Control List is a list that shows the
respective switching rights for the various consoles.
CPU Auto
Connect
Matrix function that allows an automatic connection
establishment between the own console and a
random CPU that is available.
CPU Device
Logical term that summarizes several physical
extenders to switch more complex CPU systems via
matrix.
CPU Timeout
Matrix function that allows the user to disconnect
after a predefined period of time of inactivity from the
respective CPU.
EXT Unit
Part or extender board of a CON or CPU unit with a
connection to the matrix. A CON or CPU unit can
consist of several EXT devices.
Force Connect
Matrix function that allows to switch with the own
console to a CPU that is already used and in doing
so to take keyboard and mouse control. The
connected console so far loses K/M control, but
keeps video.
Force
Disconnect
Matrix function that allows to switch with the own
console to a CPU that is already used and in doing
so to take KVM control. The connected console so
far loses complete KVM control.
Java Tool
Java based control and configuration tool for the
Draco tera matrix.
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Explanation
Keyboard
Connect
Matrix function that allows taking over the keyboard
control of an inactive console.
Macro Keys
Programmable keys that can execute a stringing
together of commands to the matrix.
Mouse Connect
Matrix function that allows taking the mouse control
of an inactive console.
Non-BlockingAccess
Matrix configuration where no user can be disturbed
by an activity of another user.
OSD Timeout
Matrix function that closes the OSD automatically
after a predefined period of time of inactivity.
Release Time
Matrix function that allows a console that is
connected with the same CPU to release the K/M
control after a predefined time.
Tie-Line
Communication connection to and between
extension modules in a network environment.
User ACL
User Access Control List is a list that shows the
respective switching rights fort he various users.
Video Sharing
Matrix function that allows switching from the own
console to any CPU with video.
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