High Definition 1080p Scaler

High Definition 1080p Scaler
High Definition
1080p Scaler
GTB-HD-1080PS
GTB-HD-1080PS-BLK
User Manual
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Rev A4
CONTENTS
1
Introduction
2
Operation Notes
3
Features
4
Panel Layout
5
Panel Descriptions
6
IR Remote Control Layout / Descriptions
8
Installing the IR Remote Control Unit
9
IR Remote Control Unit Configuration
10 Connecting and Operating the High Definition 1080p Scaler
10 Wiring Diagram
11 Menu System
11 Video Menu
13 Color Menu
14 Output Menu
15 OSD Menu
16 Audio Menu
16 Information Menu
17 RS-232 Serial Control Interface
18 RS-232 Serial Commands
43 Main Menu System Summary
44 Video Menu System Summary
48 Color Menu System Summary
49 Output Menu System Summary
50 OSD Menu System Summary
52 Audio Menu System Summary
53 Information Menu System Summary
54 Specifications
55 Warranty
INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of the GefenToolBox High Definition 1080p Scaler. Your
complete satisfaction is very important to us.
Gefen
We specialize in total integration for your home theater, while also focusing on going
above and beyond customer expectations to ensure you get the most from your hardware.
We invite you to explore our distinct product line and hope you find your solutions. Don’t
see what you are looking for here? Please call us so we can better assist you with your
particular needs.
Why GefenToolBox?
The GefenToolBox line offers portable and easy-to-install solutions for common A/V system
integration setups using HDMI connectivity. GefenToolBox products are wall-mountable and
small in size. GefenToolBox products are easily transported in the field and are ready for
immediate and simple installations in working environments. These products come finished in glossy black or ivory to blend in with either a white wall of black cabinet.
The GefenToolBox High Definition 1080p Scaler
The GefenToolBox High Definition 1080p Scaler allows you to scale one HDMI input to one
HDMI output with up to 1080p Full HD and Deep Color. This unit can vastly improve the
quality of the image by outputting the video to the native resolution of the display, bypassing
the display’s internal scaler. Video can be manually scaled up and down in all resolutions
up to 1080p Full HD.
This product can also be used to downscale, making it ideal for distributing a Hi-Def signal
to multiple displays that do not support the same maximum resolutions in an HDMI distribution system, while still showing maximum resolution on the higher-definition displays. It can
also be used for DVI signals with appropriate adapters.
The GefenToolBox High Definition 1080p Scaler is conveniently wall-mountable so it can be
easily installed behind the display. This Scaler offers RS-232 control and is field-upgradeable.
How It Works
Use the included HDMI cable to connect the source to the High Definition 1080p Scaler.
Connect the display to the Scaler using an HDMI cable. Connect an optical and / or coax
audio cable from the source to the Scaler. Another set of optical and / or coax audio cables
can be connected to an A/V receiver or amplifier. Connect the 5V DC locking power supply
to the Scaler and connect the power cord to an available electrical outlet. Select the audio
input by using the On-Screen Display with the front panel buttons or the included IR remote
control.
1
OPERATION NOTES
READ THESE NOTES BEFORE INSTALLING OR
OPERATING THE HIGH DEFINITION 1080P SCALER
•
The High Definition 1080p Scaler will convert between digital and analog audio
formats.
•
Compatible with all HDMI and DVI* displays.
*When used with a DVI to HDMI adapter.
2
FEATURES
Features
•
Scales digital video output up to 1080p Full HD and 2K
•
Can be used as a down-scaler to support lower-resolution displays in multi-display
distribution systems
•
Supports DVI-D signals via appropriate adapters
•
Supports standard and high bit-rate audio and up to eight channels of LPCM audio via
HDMI.
•
Supports up to two channels of LPCM audio via S/PDIF and TOSLINK outputs.
•
High performance frame rate conversion engine
•
Auto 3:2 pull-down and 2:2 pull-down detection and recovery
•
Aspect Ratio Control
•
Proprietary Advanced Color Engine Technology provides brilliant color, intensified
contrast and details, vivid skin tones, and sharp edges
•
Selectable audio input: HDMI, TOSLINK, or S/PDIF
•
Built-in on-screen display (OSD) menu controlled via an optional remote control (sold
separately)
•
RS-232 control
•
Field-upgradeable
•
Wall-mountable
Package Includes
(1) GefenToolBox High Definition 1080p Scaler
(1) 6 ft. HDMI cable (M-M)
(1) 5V DC Locking Power Supply
(1) IR remote
(1) User Manual
3
PANEL LAYOUT
Top Panel
1
2
5
6
7
3
4
9
8
10
Side Panel
6
10
4
11
12
PANEL DESCRIPTIONS
1
Menu Navigation Buttons
The Menu button is used to enable the on-screen Menu System. The [-] and [+] buttons
are used to change values and navigate within the Menu System.
2
HDMI In
Connect a Hi-Def source device to this port using the included HDMI cable.
3
Coax In
Connect a digital audio source using a coax cable to this S/PDIF port.
4
Optical In
Connect a digital audio source using an optical cable to this TOSLINK port.
5
RS-232 Serial Port
This port is used for serial communication using an RS-232 control device. Access to
certain features are only available through the RS-232 interface.
6
Ext IR
Connect an IR Extender (EXT-RMT-EXTIR) to this port.
7
HDMI Out
Connect an HDTV display to this port.
8
Coax Out
Connect a coax cable from this S/PDIF connector to an audio output device.
9
Optical Out
Connect an optical cable from this TOSLINK connector to an audio output device.
10 5 V DC Locking Power Connector
Connect the included 5 V DC locking power supply to this receptacle.
11 IR Window
Receives IR commands from the optional IR Remote Control Unit (RMT-SR-IR).
12 Power Indicator
This LED will glow bright red when power is applied to the unit.
5
IR REMOTE CONTROL LAYOUT / DESCRIPTIONS
RMT-SR-IR Remote Control Unit
2
3
1
11
4
5
8
10
12
6
9
7
1
Input
Cycles through the available audio inputs: HDMI, Coaxial, or Optical.
2
Output
Cycles through the available output resolutions. See the Output Menu section on
page 14 for a list of available output resolutions.
3
Power
Turns the unit ON or OFF (standby).
4
Exit
Exits the current menu option and menu system.
5
Menu
Displays the on-screen Menu System.
6
Reset
Resets the input and output resolutions to factory default.
7
Auto Adjust
Sets the display for optimal resolution and aspect ratio based on the display’s
EDID information and the currently selected sources output resolution.
6
IR REMOTE CONTROL DESCRIPTIONS
8
Left Cursor
Used to navigate to the left within the on-screen Menu System.
9
Down Cursor
Used to navigate downwards in the on-screen Menu System.
10 Right Cursor
Used to navigate to the right within the on-screen Menu System.
11 Up Cursor
Used to navigate up within the on-screen Menu System.
12 OK
Confirms the current selection. This button performs the same function as the
Menu button on the front panel of the Scaler.
7
INSTALLING THE IR REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
Installing the IR Remote Control Battery
1.
Remove the battery cover on the back of the IR Remote Control unit.
2.
Insert the included battery into the open battery slot. The positive (+) side of the
battery should be facing up.
3.
Replace the battery cover.
The Remote Control unit ships with two batteries. One battery is required for operation and
the other battery is a spare.
Battery Slot
WARNING: Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect
type. Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions.
8
IR REMOTE CONTROL UNIT CONFIGURATION
Setting the IR Remote Control Channel
In the event that IR commands from other remote controls interfere with the supplied IR
Remote Control unit, changing the IR channel on the IR Remote Control unit will fix the
problem. The IR Remote Control unit has a bank of DIP switches used for setting the IR
channel.
The DIP switch bank is located underneath the battery cover.
Channel 0:
Default
Channel 1:
1 2
1 2
Channel 2:
Channel 3:
1 2
1 2
Exposed DIP switch bank between the
battery slots.
It is important that the IR channel on the Remote Control unit, matches the IR channel set
on the GefenToolBox High Definition 1080p Scaler. For example, if both DIP switches on
the IR Remote Control unit are set to IR channel 0 (both DIP switches down), then the High
Definition 1080p Scaler must also be set to IR channel 0. Refer to page 15 on changing
the IR channel on the High Definition 1080p Scaler.
9
CONNECTING AND OPERATING
THE HIGH DEFINITION 1080P SCALER
How to Connect the High Definition 1080p Scaler
1.
Connect the included HDMI cable from the Hi-Def source to the HDMI In port on the
High Definition 1080p Scaler.
2.
Connect a coax cable from a Digital audio source to the S/PDIF input connector. An
Optical cable can also be connected from the digital audio source to the TOSLINK
input connector on the High Definition 1080p Scaler.
NOTE: Only one digital input (S/PDIF or TOSLINK®) can be
selected as an audio source at a time.
3.
Connect an HDMI cable from the HDMI Out port on the High Definition 1080p Scaler
to an HDTV display.
4.
Connect the coax cable and/or optical cable from S/PDIF and/or TOSLINK outputs to
an A/V receiver or other audio output device(s).
5.
Connect the included 5 V DC locking power supply to the locking power connector on
the Scaler then connect the AC power cord to an available electrical outlet.
Wiring Diagram for the GefenToolBox High Definition 1080p Scaler
Gefen
DIGITAL AUDIO TOSLINK CABLE
or DIGITAL AUDIO S/PDIF CABLE
RS-232 CABLE
HDMI CABLE
Hi-Def Source
IR Extender
HD Display
Audio Receiver
RS-232 Controller
(Optional)
GTB-HD-1080PS
10
MENU SYSTEM
Video Menu
To access the Video Menu, press the Menu button. Use the + or - buttons to highlight the
Video Menu icon. Press the Menu button to enter the Video Menu. Use the + or - buttons
to scroll through each of the parameters. Press the Menu button to change the selected
parameter. Use the + or - buttons to increase or decrease the values.
Picture Mode
Preset and user configuration settings for different viewing scenarios. Preset settings will
not allow user adjustment. Only the USER option will allow customized video settings. The
USER settings are saved.
•
Standard - Useful for general content
•
Movie - useful for dimly lit environments
•
Vivid - useful for accentuating colors for a more vibrant image
•
User - user configuration settings
Contrast
Adjusts the Contrast by increments of 1. Minimum value: 1, Maximum value: 100.
Brightness
Adjusts the Brightness by increments of 1. Minimum value: 1, Maximum value: 100.
Hue
Adjusts the Hue by increments of 1. Minimum value: 1, Maximum value: 100.
Saturation
Adjusts the Saturation level by increments of 1 or -1. Minimum value: 1, Maximum value:
100.
Sharpness
Adjusts the sharpness in increments of 1 on a scale of 1 to 100 (default 50).
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MENU SYSTEM
Scale
Sets the scaling adjustment. Options are: Full, Overscan, Underscan, Letterbox U.S. (Underscan), PanScan U.S. (Underscan), Letterbox Full, and PanScan Full.
Full
Stretches the image to fill the screen
Maintain Aspect
Maintains the aspect ratio of the output signal
Overscan
Stretches the image to fullscreen and just beyond the border of the display
Underscan
Stretches the image to fullscreen and just within the border of the screen
Letterbox U.S. (Underscan)
Stretches the image to 16:9 aspect ratio with underscan
PanScan U.S. (Underscan)
Stretches the image to 4:3 aspect ratio with underscan
Letterbox Full
Stretches the image to 16:9 aspect ratio without underscan
PanScan Full
Stretches the image to 4:3 aspect ratio without underscan
NR (Noise Reduction)
Reduces noise artifacts in the picture. This option is only available when the input signal is
480i or 480p.
Exit
Exits the Video Menu and returns control to the Main Menu.
12
MENU SYSTEM
Color Menu
To access the Color Menu, press the Menu button. Use the + or - buttons to highlight the
Color Menu icon. Press the Menu button to enter the Color Menu. Use the + or - buttons
to scroll through each of the parameters. Press the Menu button to change the selected
parameter. Use the + or - buttons to increase or decrease the values.
Color Tone
•
Normal - Use for general content
•
Warm - Red-shift RGB values for a warmer color
•
Cool - Blue-shifts RGB values for a cooler video color
•
User - Allows individual adjustment of Red, Green, and Blue color components.
Red
Adjusts the Red value by increments of 1. Minimum value: 1, Maximum value: 100.
Green
Adjusts the Green value by increments of 1. Minimum value: 1, Maximum value: 100.
Blue
Adjusts the Blue value by increments of 1. Minimum value: 1, Maximum value: 100.
Exit
Exits the Color Menu and returns control to the Main Menu.
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MENU SYSTEM
Output Menu
To access the Output Menu, press the Menu button. Use the + or - buttons to highlight the
Output Menu icon. Press the Menu button to enter the Output Menu. Use the + or - buttons to select the desired output resolution. Press the Enter button to enable the selected
output resolution. Use the + or - buttons to select the Exit option to exit the Option Menu
and return control to the Main Menu.
VGA
480i
576i
WXGA
SVGA
480p
576p
WSXGA
XGA
720p60 720p50 WUXGA
SXGA
1080i60 1080i50 2K50
UXGA
1080p60 1080p50 2K60
1080p-1 1080p-2 1080p-3
Native* Exit
* The Native option will select the native resolution of the connected display based on the EDID
from the display.
The Output Menu also contains three frame rate conversion modes:
•
1080p-1 : 1080p 24/50/60
•
1080p-2 : 1080p 24/60 Converts all frame rates (except 24) to 60.
•
1080p-3 : 1080p 24/50 Converts all frame rates (except 24) to 50.
No frame rate conversion.
NOTE: If a resolution that is not supported by the display is selected,
then the on-screen Menu will no longer be visible. To correct this, press
the OUTPUT button on the IR Remote Control Unit and cycle through
the output resolutions until a supported mode is displayed.
Exit
Exits the Output Menu and returns control to the Main Menu.
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MENU SYSTEM
OSD Menu
To access the OSD Menu, press the Menu button. Use the + or - buttons to highlight the
OSD Menu icon. Press the Menu button to enter the OSD Menu. Use the + or - buttons
to scroll through each of the parameters. Press the Menu button to change the selected
parameter. Use the + or - buttons to increase or decrease the values.
H-Position (Horizontal Position)
Adjusts the horizontal position on the Menu System on the screen. Minimum value: 1,
Maximum value: 100.
V-Position (Vertical Position)
Adjusts the vertical position of the Menu System on the screen. Minimum value: 1, Maximum
value: 100.
Time Out
Adjusts the amount of time (in seconds) before the OSD automatically closes. Minimum value:
1, Maximum value: 100.
Background
Sets the transparency level of the OSD background. Minimum value: 0, Maximum value: 8.
Remote Channels
Sets the remote channel for use with the IR Remote Control Unit. Minimum value: 0, Maximum
value: 3.
WARNING: If the selected Remote Channel in this menu and does not
match the IR Channel set in the IR Remote Control Unit, the unit will
cease to respond to IR commands from the remote.
Exit
Exits the OSD Menu and returns control to the Main Menu.
15
MENU SYSTEM
Audio Menu
To access the Audio Menu, press the Menu button. Use the + or - buttons to highlight the
Audio Menu icon. Press the Menu button to enter the Audio Menu. Use the + or - buttons
to scroll through each of the parameters. Press the Menu button to change the selected
parameter. Use the + or - buttons to increase or decrease the values.
Source
Selects the audio input source: HDMI, Coaxial, or Optical.
Sound
Selects audio output option: On or Mute.
Exit
Exits the OSD Menu and returns control to the Main Menu.
Information Menu
To access the Information Menu, press the Menu button. Use the + or - buttons to highlight
the Information Menu icon. Press the Menu button to enter the Information Menu. The following information is displayed on the Information Menu screen:
•
Audio Input Source and the Color Space
•
Input Resolution
•
Output Resolution
•
Firmware Version
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RS-232 SERIAL CONTROL INTERFACE
RS-232 Interface
5 4
3
2 1
DE-9
6 7
8
9
DA-15
RS-232 Controller
Matrix
DCD
1
1
DCD
RXD
2
2
RXD
TXD
3
3
TXD
DTR
4
4
DTR
GND
5
5
DSR
6
6
RTS
7
7
CTS
8
8
CTS
R1
9
9
R1
Only TXD, RXD, and GND are used.
DB-25
GND
DSR
RTS
DC-37
RS232 Settings
Baud rate .......................................................................................................................19200 Data bits ............................................................................................................................... 8
Parity bits ....................................................................................................................... None
Stop bits ................................................................................................................................1
Flow Control ................................................................................................................... None
DD-50
IMPORTANT: When sending RS-232 commands, a carriage return
must be included at the end of the command. A space must be
included between the command and the parameter.
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RS-232 COMMANDS
Command
Description
blue
Sets the blue color component value of the output signal
brightness
Sets the brightness level of the output signal
clrtmp
Sets the color temperature of the output signal
contrast
Sets the contrast level of the output signal
dflt
Resets the scaler to default settings
green
Sets the green color component value of the output signal
help?
Displays the command list
hue
Sets the picture hue of the output signal
in
Changes the audio input
info?
Returns the current hardware and firmware version
ir
Sets the IR channel for the scaler
mute
Enables / disables audio muting
osdbkgnd
Sets the OSD background transparency value
osdhpos
Sets the horizontal screen position of the OSD
osdtmout
Sets the OSD timeout value
osdvpos
Sets the vertical screen position of the OSD
output
Sets the output resolution
picturemode
Sets the picture color mode
pwr
Power-on / Power-off the scaler
red
Sets the red color component value of the output signal
saturation
Sets the saturation value of the output signal
sharpness
Sets the sharpness value of the output signal
size
Sets the picture size of the output signal
stat
Enables/disables terminal feedback
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RS-232 COMMANDS
blue Command
The blue command sets the blue color component value of the output signal.
Syntax:
blue param1
Parameters:
param1 Number [1 ... 100]
Notes:
This command can only be used when clrtmp = user. See page 21 for details.
Use the following syntax to return the current value of the blue component. Do not use a
space between the question mark (?) and the command.
blue?
Examples:
blue 65
blue?
BLUE 65
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RS-232 COMMANDS
brightness Command
The brightness command sets the brightness level of the output signal.
Syntax:
brightness param1
Parameters:
param1 Number [1 ... 100]
Notes:
Use the following syntax to return the current brightness value. Do not use a space
between the question mark (?) and the command.
brightness?
Examples:
brightness 70
brightness?
BRIGHTNESS 70
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RS-232 COMMANDS
clrtmp Command
The brightness command sets the color temperature of the output signal.
Syntax:
clrtmp param1
Parameters:
param1 String
String
Description
nrml
Normal color temperature
warm
Red values are increased
cool
Blue values are increased
user
User settings
Notes:
Use the following syntax to return the current color temperature value. Do not use a space
between the question mark (?) and the command.
clrtmp?
Examples:
clrtmp warm
clrtmp?
CLRTMP WARM
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RS-232 COMMANDS
contrast Command
The contrast command sets the contrast of the output signal.
Syntax:
contrast param1
Parameters:
param1 Number [1 ... 100]
Notes:
Use the following syntax to return the current contrast value. Do not use a space
between the question mark (?) and the command.
contrast?
Examples:
contrast 30
contrast?
CONTRAST 30
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RS-232 COMMANDS
dflt Command
The dflt command resets the scaler to factory-default settings.
Syntax:
dflt
Parameters:
None
Example:
dflt
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RS-232 COMMANDS
green Command
The green command sets the blue color component value of the output signal.
Syntax:
green param1
Parameters:
param1 Number [1 ... 100]
Notes:
This command can only be used when clrtmp = user. See page 21 for details.
Use the following syntax to return the current value of the green component. Do not use a
space between the question mark (?) and the command.
green?
Examples:
green 61
green?
GREEN 61
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RS-232 COMMANDS
help Command
The help command displays the RS-232 command list. The question mark (?) must be
included, without a space, as part of the command.
Syntax:
help?
Parameters:
None
Example
help
PWR[?]
MUTE[?]
IN[?]
OUTPUT[?]
SIZE[?]
PICTUREMODE[?]
CONTRAST[?]
BRIGHTNESS[?]
HUE[?]
SATURATION[?]
SHARPNESS[?]
CLRTMP[?]
RED[?]
GREEN[?]
BLUE[?]
OSDHPOS[?]
OSDVPOS[?]
OSDTMOUT[?]
OSDBKGND[?]
IR[?]
STAT[?]
DFLT
INFO[?]
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RS-232 COMMANDS
hue Command
The hue command sets the hue of the output signal.
Syntax:
hue param1
Parameters:
param1 Number [1 ... 100]
Notes:
Use the following syntax to return the current hue value. Do not use a space between the
question mark (?) and the command.
hue?
Examples:
hue 40
hue?
HUE 40
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RS-232 COMMANDS
in Command
The in command sets the audio input.
Syntax:
in param1
Parameters:
param1 String
String
Description
hdmi
Uses the HDMI input
opti
Uses the TOSLINK® input
coax
Uses the S/PDIF input
Notes:
Use the following syntax to return the current audio input. Do not use a space between the
question mark (?) and the command.
in?
Examples:
in opti
in?
IN OPTI
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RS-232 COMMANDS
info? Command
The info? command returns the current version of the scaler firmware.
Syntax:
info?
Parameters:
None
Notes:
Use the following syntax to return the current audio input. Do not use a space between the
question mark (?) and the command.
info?
Examples:
info?
FW V2.03 - HW 1.00
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RS-232 COMMANDS
ir Command
The ir command sets the IR channel on the scaler. The scaler must be set to the same IR
channel as the IR remote control unit (see page 9), in order to function correctly.
Syntax:
ir param1
Parameters:
param1 Number [1 ... 4]
Notes:
Use the following syntax to return the current audio channel of the scaler. Do not use a
space between the question mark (?) and the command.
ir?
Examples:
ir 2
ir?
IR 2
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RS-232 COMMANDS
mute Command
The mute command enables / disables audio muting of the output signal.
Syntax:
mute param1
Parameters:
param1 String
String
Description
on
Enables audio muting
off
Disables audio muting
Notes:
Use the following syntax to return the current muting state. Do not use a space between
the question mark (?) and the command.
mute?
Examples:
mute on
mute?
MUTE ON
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RS-232 COMMANDS
osdbkgnd Command
The osdbkgnd command sets the transparency value for the OSD background. Setting
the value to 100 will result in an opaque background.
Syntax:
osdbkgnd param1
Parameters:
param1 Number [1 ... 100]
Notes:
Use the following syntax to return the current transparency value. Do not use a space
between the question mark (?) and the command.
osdbkgnd?
Examples:
osdbkgnd 75
osdbkgnd?
OSDBKGND 75
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RS-232 COMMANDS
osdhpos Command
The osdhpos command sets the horizontal position of the OSD. The default value is 50
(horizontally-centered). Values less than 50 will move the OSD to the left. Values greater
than 50 will move the OSD to the right.
Syntax:
osdhpos param1
Parameters:
param1 Number [1 ... 100]
Notes:
Use the following syntax to return the current value. Do not use a space between the
question mark (?) and the command.
osdhpos?
Examples:
osdhpos 75
osdhpos?
OSDHPOS 75
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RS-232 COMMANDS
osdtmout Command
The osdtmout command sets the time-out value for the OSD. The specified value is in
seconds.
Syntax:
osdhpos param1
Parameters:
param1 Number [1 ... 100]
Notes:
Use the following syntax to return the current time-out value. Do not use a space between
the question mark (?) and the command.
osdtmout?
Examples:
osdtmout 90
osdtmout?
OSDTMOUT 90
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RS-232 COMMANDS
osdvpos Command
The osdhpos command sets the vertical position of the OSD. The default value is 50
(vertically-centered). Values less than 50 will move the OSD toward the top of the screen. Values greater than 50 will move the OSD toward the bottom of the screen.
Syntax:
osdvpos param1
Parameters:
param1 Number [1 ... 100]
Notes:
Use the following syntax to return the current value. Do not use a space between the
question mark (?) and the command.
osdvpos?
Examples:
osdvpos 42
osdvpos?
OSDVPOS 42
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RS-232 COMMANDS
output Command
The output command sets the resolution of the output signal.
Syntax:
output param1
Parameters:
param1 String
1080i50
480i
uxga
1080p-1
576i
wsxga
1080p-2
576p
wuxga
1080p-3
720p50
wxga
1080p50
720p60
xga
1080p60
native
2K50
svga
2K60
sxga
1080i60
480p
vga
Notes:
See page 14 for details on output resolutions.
Use the following syntax to return the current output resolution. Do not use a space
between the question mark (?) and the command.
output?
Examples:
output 1080i60
output?
OUTPUT 1080I60
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RS-232 COMMANDS
picturemode Command
The picturemode command sets the resolution of the output signal.
Syntax:
picturemode param1
Parameters:
param1 String
String
Description
standard
Standard viewing
movie
For dimly-lit environments
vivid
Vibrant colors
user
User settings
Notes:
See page 11 for more information on picture mode settings.
Use the following syntax to return the current picture mode setting. Do not use a space
between the question mark (?) and the command.
picturemode?
Examples:
picturemode vivid
picturemode?
PICTUREMODE VIVID
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RS-232 COMMANDS
pwr Command
The pwr command sets the resolution of the output signal.
Syntax:
pwr param1
Parameters:
param1 String
String
Description
on
Power-on the scaler
off
Power-off the scaler
Notes:
Use the following syntax to return the current power state. Do not use a space
between the question mark (?) and the command.
pwr?
Examples:
pwr off
pwr?
POWER OFF
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RS-232 COMMANDS
red Command
The red command sets the red color component value of the output signal.
Syntax:
red param1
Parameters:
param1 Number [1 ... 100]
Notes:
This command can only be used when clrtmp = user. See page 21 for details.
Use the following syntax to return the current value of the red component. Do not use a
space between the question mark (?) and the command.
red?
Examples:
red 52
red?
RED 52
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RS-232 COMMANDS
saturation Command
The saturation command sets the hue of the output signal.
Syntax:
saturation param1
Parameters:
param1 Number [1 ... 100]
Notes:
Use the following syntax to return the current saturation value. Do not use a space
between the question mark (?) and the command.
saturation?
Examples:
saturation 74
saturation?
SATURATION 74
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RS-232 COMMANDS
sharpness Command
The sharpness command sets the hue of the output signal.
Syntax:
sharpness param1
Parameters:
param1 Number [1 ... 100]
Notes:
Use the following syntax to return the current sharpness value. Do not use a space
between the question mark (?) and the command.
sharpness?
Examples:
sharpness 44
sharpness?
SHARPNESS 44
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RS-232 COMMANDS
size Command
The size command sets the hue of the output signal.
Syntax:
size param1
Parameters:
param1 String
String
Description
full
Full screen
ma
Maintain aspect ratio
ovscan
Overscan
unscan
Underscan
ltrbox
Letterbox U.S.
ltrboxf
Letterbox U.S. (Full)
pnscan
Pan-and-Scan
pnscanf
Pan-and-Scan (Full)
Notes:
Use the following syntax to return the current size setting. Do not use a space
between the question mark (?) and the command.
size?
Examples:
size ltrbox
size?
SIZE LTRBOX
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RS-232 COMMANDS
stat Command
The stat command enables/disables terminal feedback.
Syntax:
stat
Parameters:
None
Notes:
Use the following syntax to return the current status setting. Do not use a space between
the question mark (?) and the command.
stat
Examples:
stat on
STAT ON
ir 2
IR 2
stat off
STAT OFF
ir 3
(no feedback is displayed)
stat?
STAT OFF
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MAIN MENU SYSTEM SUMMARY
(Exit Menu)
Video
+
-
+
Color
+
Output
+
OSD
+
Audio
+
Information
Menu
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VIDEO MENU SYSTEM SUMMARY
Video
Menu
Picture Mode
-
Standard
Menu
Movie
Vivid
+
User
Contrast
-
-
+
Menu
Min: 1
Max: 100
Menu
+
Brightness
-
-
+
Menu
Min: 1
Max: 100
Menu
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VIDEO MENU SYSTEM SUMMARY
Hue
-
-
+
Menu
Min: 1
Max: 100
Menu
+
Saturation
-
-
+
Menu
Min: 1
Max: 100
Menu
+
Sharpness
-
-
+
Menu
Min: 1
Max: 100
Menu
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VIDEO MENU SYSTEM SUMMARY
Scale
-
Full
Menu
Maintain Aspect
Overscan
Underscan
Letterbox US
PanScan US
+
Letterbox Full
NR
PanScan Full
-
-
+
Menu
Off
On
Menu
+
Exit
Menu
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COLOR MENU SYSTEM SUMMARY
Color
Menu
Color Tone
-
Normal
Menu
Warm
Cool
+
User
Red
-
-
+
Menu
Min: 1
Max: 100
Menu
+
Green
-
-
+
Menu
Min: 1
Max: 100
Menu
47
COLOR MENU SYSTEM SUMMARY
Blue
-
-
+
Menu
Min: 1
Max: 100
Menu
+
Exit
Menu
48
OUTPUT MENU SYSTEM SUMMARY
Output
Menu
-
VGA
576i
SVGA
576p
XGA
720p50
SXGA
1080i50
UXGA
1080p50
1080p-1
1080p-3
480i
EXIT
480p
WXGA
720p60
WSXGA
1080i60
WUXGA
1080p60
2K50
1080p-2
2K60
NATIVE
+
Menu
49
OSD MENU SYSTEM SUMMARY
OSD
Menu
H-Position
-
-
+
Menu
Min: 1
Max: 100
+
V-Position
-
-
+
Menu
Min: 1
Max: 100
Menu
+
TimeOut
-
-
+
Menu
Min: 5
Max: 100
Menu
50
OSD MENU SYSTEM SUMMARY
Background
-
-
+
Menu
Min: 0
Max: 8
+
Remote Channel
-
-
+
Menu
Min: 0
Max: 3
Menu
+
Exit
Menu
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AUDIO MENU SYSTEM SUMMARY
Audio
Menu
Source
-
HDMI
Menu
Coaxial
Optical
+
Sound
-
On
Menu
Mute
+
Exit
Menu
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INFORMATION MENU SYSTEM SUMMARY
Information
Source [Audio Source] [Color Space]
Input [Input Resolution]
Output [Output Resolution]
Version[Software Version]
Menu
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SPECIFICATIONS
Maximum Pixel Clock.................................................................................................225 MHz
Input DDC Signal................................................................................................5 V p-p (TTL)
Input Video Signal......................................................................................................1.2 V p-p
HDMI Input........................................................................................(1) Type A 19-pin, female
HDMI Output.....................................................................................(1) Type A 19-pin, female
Audio Input........................................................................................(1) TOSLINK, (1) S/PDIF
Audio Output.....................................................................................(1) TOSLINK, (1) S/PDIF
RS-232 Serial Port...............................................................................................DB-9, female
IR Extender.........................................................................................3.5 mm mini-stereo jack
Power Supply..................................................................................................5 V DC, Locking
Dimensions (W x H x D)..............................................8” x 7” x 1” (203mm x 178mm x 25mm)
Shipping Weight..................................................................................................4 lbs. (1.8 kg)
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WARRANTY
Gefen warrants the equipment it manufactures to be free from defects in material and
workmanship.
If equipment fails because of such defects and Gefen is notified within two (2) years from
the date of shipment, Gefen will, at its option, repair or replace the equipment, provided
that the equipment has not been subjected to mechanical, electrical, or other abuse or
modifications. Equipment that fails under conditions other than those covered will be
repaired at the current price of parts and labor in effect at the time of repair. Such repairs
are warranted for ninety (90) days from the day of reshipment to the Buyer.
This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied, including without
limitation, any implied warranty or merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose, all of
which are expressly disclaimed.
1.
Proof of sale may be required in order to claim warranty.
2.
Customers outside the US are responsible for shipping charges to and from Gefen.
3.
Copper cables are limited to a 30 day warranty and cables must be in their original
condition.
The information in this manual has been carefully checked and is believed to be accurate.
However, Gefen assumes no responsibility for any inaccuracies that may be contained
in this manual. In no event will Gefen be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or
consequential damages resulting from any defect or omission in this manual, even if
advised of the possibility of such damages. The technical information contained herein
regarding the features and specifications is subject to change without notice.
For the latest warranty coverage information, refer to the Warranty and Return Policy under
the Support section of the Gefen Web site at www.gefen.com.
PRODUCT REGISTRATION
Please register your product online by visiting the Register Product page under the
Support section of the Gefen Web site.
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