Gigabit Ethernet to HDMI Adapter

Gigabit Ethernet to HDMI Adapter
Gigabit Ethernet to HDMI Adapter
User’s Manual
Gigabit Ethernet to HDMI Adapter User’s Manual
ABOUT THIS MANUAL
This manual is designed for use with the Gigabit Ethernet to HDMI Adapter. Information in this
document has been carefully checked for accuracy; however, no guarantee is given to the
correctness of the contents. The information in this document is subject to change without notice.
The manufacturer does not make any representations or warranties (implied or otherwise)
regarding the accuracy and completeness of this document and shall in no event be liable for
any loss of profit or any commercial damage, including but not limited to special, incidental,
consequential, or other damage.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Always read the safety instructions carefully:
 Keep this User’s Manual for future reference
 Keep this equipment away from humidity
 If any of the following situation arises, get the equipment checked by a service technician:
 The equipment has been exposed to moisture.
 The equipment has been dropped and damaged.
 The equipment has obvious sign of breakage.
 The equipment has not been working well or you cannot get it to work according to the
User’s Manual.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1. Introduction ............................................................................................................1
Features................................................................................................................................. 2
Package Contents.................................................................................................................. 2
System Requirements ........................................................................................................... 2
LED Status ............................................................................................................................ 2
2. Installation ..............................................................................................................3
Hardware Connection ........................................................................................................... 3
Driver Installation ................................................................................................................. 4
On Windows XP ............................................................................................................. 4
On Windows Vista/ Windows 7.................................................................................. 11
3. Application ...........................................................................................................16
File ...................................................................................................................................... 16
Options................................................................................................................................ 16
View .................................................................................................................................... 22
Help..................................................................................................................................... 23
4. Display Mode........................................................................................................25
5. Uninstall the Driver ..............................................................................................27
6. Specifications.......................................................................................................31
7. Regulatory Compliance .......................................................................................32
FCC Conditions .................................................................................................................. 32
CE ....................................................................................................................................... 32
WEEE Information ............................................................................................................. 32
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1. Introduction
1. Introduction
The Gigabit Ethernet to HDMI Adapter enables you easily to connect monitor and
projector from a computer. You may perform a high quality presentation and DVD video
by the high throughput of Gigabit Ethernet and have the content of your PC get access
remotely. The display station can be up 100 meters away from your computer with CAT6
cable. You can connect to 6 different display screens with this adapter as digital signage
application.
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Features
Support connect up to 6 display screens as digital signage function
Compatible with Gigabit Ethernet specification
Video application on LCD monitor or projector shared through Gigabit
Ethernet port
Display remote control
Compatible with USB 1.1/2.0 specification
Support resolution up to 1080P
Input: Gigabit Ethernet interface;Output: HDMI interface
Long transmission distance up to 100 meters
Plug and Play
Package Contents
Gigabit Ethernet to HDMI Adapter
x1
Power Adapter
x1
CD (Driver and User’s Manual)
x1
Quick Installation Guide
x1
Operating System Requirements
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Windows XP, Windows Vista 32/64 bit and Windows 7 32/64 bit.
LED Status
LED
Color
Power
Green
Description
On for connected to the power adapter
Off for not connected to the power adapter
Link
Blue
LAN activity. Blinking when there is data flow
between LAN and the host computer
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2. Installation
2. Installation
Hardware Connection

Connect to HDMI monitor / projector
LINK (LAN Connection) Indicator
Power Indicator
2 downstream USB ports
Reset button
Connect to the Ethernet with RJ45 cable
(LAN Port)
Connect to the power adapter
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Driver Installation
On Windows XP
Caution: DO NOT connect the adapter to your computer before installing the driver
on the provided CD.
1. Insert the provided CD into your disc drive. It is normal that the screen will flick
black a couple of times during the installation. When finished, the installation
screen will disappear, and you can see the screen as below.
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2. Installation
2. When the Install DisplayLink Software screen appears, select I accept the
terms in the license agreement.
3. Please wait while Windows configures DisplayLink Core Software. Your screens
may temporarily go black or flash during this process.
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4. After the DisplayLink software was installed, the USB PnP Sound Device
installation will appear.
Note: The Software Installation Window may appear, please click Continue
Anyway.
5. Setup has finished installing USB Server on your computer, please click Finish .
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2. Installation
6. The InstallShield Wizard has successfully installed USB Server. Before you can
use the program, you must restart your computer. Please click “Yes, I want to
restart my computer now” and click Finish.
7. Please plug power cable into Gigabit Ethernet to HDMI Adapter and connect the
LAN port of the Ethernet adapter end to a free Router.
After restart the OS, the Windows Security Window may appear when making
connection. Please click “Unblock” button to make connection.
8. Please Double-click the shortcut icon of Launch USB Server on the desktop.
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9. The Found New Hardware Wizard Window will appear, please choose” Yes, this
time only” and click Next.
10. Please choose “Install the software automatically” and click Next.
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11. Please click Finish to close the wizard.
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12. Please click “Connect Device” when a device is selected.
13. When the device is connected, the check mark will be green.
14. When the System Settings Changes Dialog Box appear, please click “Yes” button
to take the new settings effect.

*Actual strings depend on your operation system. These screen shots are from Windows XP and might vary
slightly for each operation system.
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2. Installation
On Windows Vista / Windows 7
Caution: DO NOT connect the adapter to your computer before installing the driver
on the provided CD.
1. Insert the provided CD into your disc drive. Locate and double-click the Run
autorun.exe file in the Driver folder to launch the setup program.
Note:
If the installer program doesn’t run automatically, please locate and double-click on
the Setup.exe file in the Driver folder to launch the setup program.
If you encounter a User Account Control dialog box when attempting to install a
program, enter an administrator password or click Allow/Yes to start the installation.
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2. Please choose “No, I will restart my computer later” and click Finish.
3. When the Install DisplayLink Software screen appears, select I accept the terms
in the license agreement.
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2. Installation
4. Please wait while Windows configures DisplayLink Graphics. Your screens may
temporarily go black or flash during this process.
5. After DisplayLink software installed, the USB Server Setup installation will appear.
Note: The Window Security Windows will appear, please click Install.
6. Setup has finished installing USB Server on your computer. Please click Finish.
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7. Please choose “Yes, I want to restart my computer now” and click Finish.
8. When the installation is completed. Please restart your system before using
Gigabit Ethernet to HDMIAdapter. You may see the Launch USB Server icon on
desktop.
9. Please plug power cable into Gigabit Ethernet to HDMIAdapter and connect the
Ethernet adapter’s LAN port end to a free Router.
The Windows Security Alert Window will appear when making connection.
Please click Unblock or Allow Access button to make connection.
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10. When the device is connected, the check mark will be green.

*Actual strings depend on your operation system. These screen shots are from Windows 7 and might vary
slightly for each operation system.
11. If your monitor is not yet connected to the adapter, make the connection and power
on your monitor.
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Application
 File
The Quit function exits the program.

Options
1. Language: You can change the utility’s language with this option. The
default language would be the same as your system’s language.
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Application
2. Server Configuration: There are two way to bring up Server
Configuration. You can go through Options Tab (figure 1) or Right-Click on
the server icon to bring up this menu, and select Server Configuration
(figure 2).
(Figure 1)
(Figure 2)
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Server Name: This field allows you change the Server name. Change it
whatever you want.
USE DHCP: When this field is checked, your server acquires IP address
automatically. Uncheck it and you can enter IP address automatically.
Note: You can apply this function to a server under different network segment.
HOWEVER, some router/switch hub does not allow communication between
servers under different segment. In this case, you won’t even see the server
on a different network segment.
Backup Firmware: this function is a fail-save mechanism for the Update
Firmware function. Just browse to where you want to save the backup file and
click on Save to save the file.
Update Firmware: update firmware with this function. Use the Browse button
to choose the firmware to update. Click on Open to start.
Change Password: Simply enter the new password and enter it again for
confirmation. Click on Submit to change.
Reset Server: This button reboots the server. Please note that this function
will not work if the server you attempt to reset has a device connected to it and
the device is occupied by a user.
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Application
3.
Open Web Page
To bring up the server’s configuration web pages.
Status: This is the main page. You can see the important information about
the EST USB Server and the devices connected to it. The 4 links at the
left-hand side take you to different pages with other information about this
server or functions you could perform.
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Network Information: This page displays the current network setting of the
server, like the current IP setting and the MAC address.
Reset Device: Click on the Submit button with the correct password provided
will reboot this EST USB Server. If no password has been set, then simply
click on Submit button to perform this function.
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Application
Change Password: To change the password, you must enter current
password, enter new password and enter it again for confirmation and the
click on Submit to set the new Password. If you are setting the password for
the first time, you do not have to provide current password.
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 View
The tree view in the main dialog has two display modes: “Servers and
Devices” mode and “Devices Only” mode. The default setting is “Devices
Only” mode. You can toggle between these two display modes with the View
option on the control menu.
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Application
 Help
1. About: Bring up a dialog box with legal and other relative information
displayed.
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2. Log File: Enabling Log function allows the USB Server software to
generate a log file that records data which might help software
developers debug a problem. So if you want to report a bug, enable this
function and repeat the steps to reproduce the bug. Once you have seen
the bug happen again, you can use the Extract log file function to extract
the file and send the file in for analysis.
3. Extract Log File: Clicking on this option brings up the folder where
the log file is kept.
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4. Display Mode
4. Display Mode
On Windows XP/ Windows Vista
To change the display mode, please right-click on your desktop and click
Properties > Settings on Windows XP, Personalize > Display Setting on
Windows Vista or use the icon in the system tray that looks like a monitor as
below.
The USB-attached monitor can be configured to:
Extend your Windows desktop (default)
Extend your Windows desktop to Right / Left / Above / Below
Mirror your Windows desktop
Set as Main Monitor
Notebook Monitor Off
Off
On Windows XP
On Windows Vista
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On Windows 7
1.
You can change the appearance of your displays through the Window.
Moreover, additional controls are available in Windows 7: Orientation
(Portrait, landscape, rotated portrait, rotated landscape)
2.
To control the behavior of an attached DisplayLink device (or screen), it is
possible to use Windows Key+P to display menu (and cycle through it) to
allow: Disconnect Projector, Duplicate, Extend, Projector Only.
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5. Uninstall the Driver
5. Uninstall the Driver
If for any reason you want to uninstall the driver, please take these steps:
Uninstall the DisplayLink Driver
1. Open the Control Panel and double-click Uninstall a Program on Windows 7,
Programs and Features on Windows Vista, and Add or Remove Programs on
Windows XP.
2. Select DisplayLink Graphics and click Uninstall or Remove.
3. Click Yes to confirm the removal. During the removal process a couple of DOS
windows will pop up.
4. Click Yes to restart your computer and then unplug the adapter now.
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Uninstall PnP Sound Driver
1. Open the Control Panel and double-click Uninstall a Program on Windows 7,
Programs and Features on Windows Vista, and Add or Remove Programs on
Windows XP.
2. Select USB PnP Sound Device and click Uninstall or Remove.
3.
Please select Yes, I want to restart my computer now.
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5. Uninstall the Driver
Uninstall USB Server Driver
1. Open the Control Panel and double-click Uninstall a Program on Windows 7,
Programs and Features on Windows Vista, and Add or Remove Programs on
Windows XP.
2.
Select USB Server and click Uninstall or Remove.
3. Click Yes to completely remove the selected application and all of its features.
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4. Click Finish to exit the wizard.
5.
Select “Yes, I want to restart my computer now” and click Finish.
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6. Specifications
6. Specifications
Gigabit Ethernet to HDMI Adapter
Function
Gigabit Ethernet port 1 xRJ45 Female
Connector
USB Downstream
Port
2 xUSB A type Female
Power
1 x HDMI
1 x DC Jack(Black)
Power LED
1x LED (Green)
Link LED
1x LED (Blue)
Video
Video Resolution
1080 P
Power
Consumption
Operating Power : 900mA
Video out
LED
Suspend Mode Power : 810mA
Housing
Physical Properties Weight
Dimension
Plastic (ABS + PC)
230g
66.9mm(L)x30mm(W)x142.05mm(H)
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7. Regulatory Compliance
FCC Conditions
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with Part 15 Class B of the
FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference
(2) This device must accept any interference received. Including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
CE
This equipment is in compliance with the requirements of the following
regulations: EN 55 022: EMC Directive 2004/08/EC (EN55022/EN55024)
WEEE Information
For EU (European Union) member users:
According to the WEEE (Waste electrical and electronic equipment) Directive,
do not dispose of this product as household waste or commercial waste. Waste
electrical and electronic equipment should be appropriately collected and
recycled as required by practices established for your country. For information
on recycling of this product, please contact your local authorities, your
household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.
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