Avenview IP Controller for M Series User Guide

Avenview IP Controller for M Series User Guide
Control Your Video
VIDEO WALLS VIDEO PROCESSORS
VIDEO MATRIX SWITCHES
EXTENDERS SPLITTERS WIRELESS
CABLES & ACCESSORIES
IP CONTROLLER FOR M SERIES
WITH DUAL CAT5e/6 AND IPAD CONTROL
Model #: CTRLPRO-MIP
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Product Application & Market Sectors
Corporate
House Of Worship
Military
Residential
Education
Industrial
Medical
Aviation
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. GETTING STARTED .............................................................................................................................1
1.1 IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS .................................................................................................................................1
1.2 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .......................................................................................................................................1
otices COMISSION (FCC) .........................................2
2. INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................................................3
2.1 PACKAGE CONTENTS .......................................................................................................................................4
2.2 BEFORE INSTALLATION ....................................................................................................................................4
2.3 APPLICATION DIAGRAM ....................................................................................................................................5
2.4 PANEL DESCRIPTION ..........................................................................................................................................6
2.4.1 Front Panel (CTRLPRO-MIP) ....................................................................................................................6
2.4.2 Rear Panel (CTRLPRO-MIP) ...................................................................................................................6
3. INSTALLATION (CTRLPRO-MIP) .......................................................................................................7
3.1 ACCESSING THE CTRLPRO-MIP WEB INTERFACE...........................................................................................8
4. BASIC OPERATION ............................................................................................................................9
4.1 Matrix Switching Command ..........................................................................................................................................................................9
4.2 Setup TX/RX Settings ....................................................................................................................................................................................10
4.3 IP Setup ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................10
4.4 Alias ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................11
4.5 Commands .....................................................................................................................................................................................................12
4.6 System Settings ...............................................................................................................................................................................................12
4.7 IP Setup (TX and RX Communication) ......................................................................................................................................................12
4.8 IP Setup (Telnet/Browser Communication) ..............................................................................................................................................12
4.9 Web Password...............................................................................................................................................................................................13
4.10 Debug Log......................................................................................................................................................................................................13
5. IP Control Guide ...............................................................................................................................14
5.1 Configuring Scenes ........................................................................................................................................................................................14
5.2 Matrix Switching .............................................................................................................................................................................................15
5.3 Managing Accounts .......................................................................................................................................................................................16
5.4 Updating IP Controller ..................................................................................................................................................................................17
6. INSTALLATION REFERENCE LOG ..................................................................................................18
For a full detailed list ofAPI Commands please visit Avenview Product website and Download API Commands for CTRL-MIP Controller
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SECTION 1: GETTING STARTED
ards
Please read all of these instructions carefully before you use the device. Save this manual for future reference.
What the warranty does not cover
•• Any product, on which the serial number has been defaced, modified or removed.
•• Damage, deterioration or malfunction resulting from:
•• Accident, misuse, neglect, fire, water, lightning, or other acts of nature, unauthorized product modification, or failure to
follow instructions supplied with the product.
•• Repair or attempted repair by anyone not authorized by us.
•• Any damage of the product due to shipment.
•• Removal or installation of the product.
•• External causes to the product, such as electric power fluctuation or failure.
•• U se of supplies or parts not meeting our specifications.
•• Normal wear and tear.
•• Any other causes which does not relate to a product defect.
•• Removal, installation, and set-up service charges.
ctions
The Avenview CTRLPRO-MIP, IP Controller function has been tested for conformance to safety regulations and
requirements, and has been certified for international use. However, like all electronic equipments, the CTRLPRO-MIP should
be used with care. Read the following safety instructions to protect yourself from possible injury and to minimize the risk of
damage to the unit.
! Do not dismantle the housing or modify the module.
! Dismantling the housing or modifying the module may result in electrical shock or burn.
! Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
! Do not attempt to service this product yourself as opening or removing housing may expose you to dangerous voltage
or other hazards
! K eep the module away from liquids.
! Spillage into the housing may result in fire, electrical shock, or equipment damage. If an object or liquid falls or spills on
to the housing, unplug the module immediately.
! Have the module checked by a qualified service engineer before using it again.
! Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners to clean this unit. Always unplug the power to the device before cleaning.
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ator
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
Any changes or modifications made to this equipment may void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
Warning symbols
Description
ONLY USE THE PROVIDED POWER CABLE OR POWER
ADAPTER SUPPLIED. DO NOT TAMPER WITH THE
El ECTRICAl PARTS. THIS MAY RESULTS IN
ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR BURN.
DO NOT TAMPER WITH THE UNIT. DOING SO WIll
VOID THE WARRANTY AND CONTINUED USE OF
THE PRODUCT.
THE VIDEO BOARDS ARE VERY SENSITIVE TO STATIC.
PLEASE ENSURE If RACK MOUNTED OR INSTALLED ON
A SURFACE, IT SHOULD BE IN A GROUNDED
ENVIROMENT.
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2. ction
The Avenview CTRLPRO-MIP, IP Controller simply provides communication to our M Series and third party controllers to
communicate Telnet and RS-232 commands to automate high definition video and high quality audio to multiple screens. This
device can be accessed from a WEB Browser and allow control commands to Avenview Video IP solution allowing connection
by the following:
-Point to Multi- Point with CAT5/6 requires a Managed/Unmanaged Network Switch (Cisco SG300 & SG500 series or Huawei
S2700) which supports port based IEEE 802.1 VLAN, IGMP v2.0 or above protocol.
-Matrix Function – with CAT 5/6 cable without any signal loss add multiple Sources to multiple RX which links via LAN by
cascading Managed Ethernet switches up to 3 levels, to the Rx connected to the HD Monitors at different locations on the
Network. Transporting Full HD 1080p video and internally JPEG video compression adapts to available network bandwidth if
needed while retaining vivid picture with 5.1 PCM audio.
Videowall Function with CAT 5/6 cable without any signal loss add multiple Sources to multiple TX and RX to the HD
displays to achieve a Multi Input videowall configuration. The device ensures flexibility within any videowall design, layout and
configuration. Its modular design allows example 1x2 ,2x2 3x3 up to 16x16. Easily controlled via the Control Software to
manage and setup the bezel, input and configuration of the Videowall.
The CTRLPRO-MIP controller has the ability to communicate via telnet or RS232 from third party control systems such
as Crestron ,Amx, and Control 4 to perform matrix switching and videowall fucntionality with auto detect function of
unlimited number of TX/RX devices.
NOTE: The QUALITY and TRANSMISSION of the video signals depends on the characteristics and quality of the UTP cables and
Network Infrastructure . We recommend any Network Switches with 10GB POE IGMP v2.0 support . Tested and configured on
the below models. Downloads of how to guides available on Avenview website
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ontents
Before you start the installation of the IP Controller, please check the package contents.
1
2
POWER ADAPTER (12V DC 1A)+ Detachable Plug X 1
3
Power
X1
X1
4
Mounting Ears
X2
5
USER MANUAL
X1
ation
•• Put the product in a level and stable location. If the product falls, it may cause damage or malfunction to components
within the casing.
•• Do not place the product in temperatures under 0˚C or over 50˚C. High humidity may also cause the unit to malfunction.
•• Use the DC power adapter with correct specifications supplied with the unit. If the improper power supply is used, this
may result in malfunction of the unit and may cause fire.
•• Do not twist or pull by force the ends of the UTP cable. It will cause malfunction.
NOTE
The QUALITY and TRANSMISSION of the video signals depends on the
characteristics and quality of the UTP cables. Higher resolutions and longer
transmission distances require low skew cables (<25ns/upto 300m) for best
performance. Unshielded CAT6 with metal RJ-45 connectors is recommended.
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2.3 APPLICATION DIAGRAM
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2.4 PANEL DESCRIPTION
2.4.1 FRONT PANEL (CTRLPRO-MIP)
4
1
2
3
1. IP LABEL INSERT: Space reserved for IP Label
2. STATUS LED: BLUE LED: IP Controller is connected
3. POWER INDICATOR: Red LED Indicates if the unit
4. RESET: Rest unit to factory default. Use a pin to hold
OFF: IP Controller is off or rebooting
is ON or OFF
down the reset button for 5 seconds while unit is
powered on (all saved custom data will be lost)
2.4.2 REAR PANEL (CTRLPRO-MIP)
1
2
1. AV LAN (POE): Connects to the same switch/
VLAN as the M-Series Senders and Receivers.
Green Link LED: IP Controller is actively communicating with a
network.
Amber Acitivity LED: Blinks while IP controller connected to
network.
3. RS 232: Connects to RS 232 device (PC) for
debugging and upgrading
3
4
2. CONTROL LAN: Connect to the same Switch/
VLAN as the Control System and configuring PC's
It is recommended to power the IP controller using either a
power adapter or a PoE switch. Not using both power sources at
the same time.
4. POWER JACK: Connect to supplied power adapter
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3.
ation
To setup Avenview CTRLPRO-MIP please follow these steps for connecting to a device:
1. Turn off all devices including monitors / TV
2. Connect a HDMI source (such as a Blu-Ray Disc player or PC) to the Sender of HDM-C6MXIP-SET or HDM-C6MWIP-SET
3. Connect IR Blaster to device if applicable to the source IR Eye and 3.5mm male to TX
4. Connect CAT5/6 from TX to RX CAT5/6 port of HDM-C6MXIP-SET or HDM-C6MWIP-SET
5. Connect IR Receiver to device if applicable to any visible surface and 3.5mm male to RX
6. Ensure all cable connections are secure and not loose
7. Plug in 12V DC power adapter (supplied)
8. Power on HDMI Source
9. Power on the HDMI display
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3.1 ACCESSING THE CTRLPRO-MIP WEB INTERFACE
Make sure all devices are connected to the network and powered up.
NOTE If you receive a ‘server unavailable’ system message after entering this address into your
browser, ensure your PC is on the same subnet as the CTRLPRO-MIP box by following these steps:
1. Click Start menu, go to Control
Panel >
Network and Sharing center >
Change Adapter Settings >
Local Area Connection.
Right click and choose Properties.
2. Highlight Internet Protocol
Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) then
click Properties
3. Check Use the following IP
address, for the IP address
enter 192.168.11.x (if unsure
use 192.168.11.5) Enter subnet
mask number 255.255.0.0 Click
OK, then click OK again.
4. Return to your browser and try entering the default IP again (192.168.11.243)
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4. BASIC OPERATION
4.1 Matrix Switching Commands
Tabs at the top of the Home Screen page are used to access settings for Matrix, TX/RX Settings and System Settings.
All pages display Telnet API boxes where commands can be entered from the CTRLPRO-MIP API.
Click the Load Matrix button, a table of devices will appear with TX units across the top and the RX down the left side.
Press the "empty box" that links each TX & RX to test switching of the video to each RX. Devices with names starting with
EX131 are transmitters where as devices that start with EX141 are receivers.
Device online
Device offline
A green bar represents corresponding TX
and RX are connected.
Clicking the green bar changes colour to
clear to signify the corresponding TX and
RX are disconnected.
A red bar denotes TX/RX connection is
being processed
A clear bar signifies corresponding TX and
RX are not connected. Click to connect.
To remove unwanted offline TX or RX units from the scene use the ‘X’ icon next to its name in the matrix or use the
API command: config set device remove name (name is the alias or the device number).
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4.2 Setup TX/RX Settings
The TX/RX Settings section enables IP settings and alias of each TX and RX to be configured as well as rebooting the system
and factory resetting the devices.
Get started by selecting the device to be configured from the list displayed and configure options as below:
4.3 IP Setup
GUI Element
Description
Auto IP
Obtain IP address automatically
DHCP
IP address assigned by DHCP server
Static
IP address manually configured
IP Address
IP address of TX/RX
Subnet Mask
Subnet mask of TX/RX
Default Gateway
Default gateway of TX/RX.
Encoder Setup
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GUI Element
Rate Control
Description
CBR
Constant Bit Rate - Best used in systems where bandwidth is limited and must
match exactly the calculated amount.
VBR
Variable Bit Rate - Best used for optimal quality/bandwidth usage trade off
FixQP
Fixed Quantization Parameter - QP is an index used to derive a scaling matrix.
Quantization in an H.264 encoder is controlled by a quantization parameter, QP, that
ranges from 0 to 51.
Avg Bitrate
The bitrate that the encoder will inject into the network
Profile
The H.264 standard defines a sets of capabilities, which are referred to as profiles,
targeting specific classes of applications.
H.264 Baseline Profile
Primarily for applications that require low latency and additional data loss robustness, this
profile is most suited for use in video conferencing applications.
H.264 Main Profile
This profile is best used where a compromise between latency and quality is required.
H.264 High Profile
This profile is useful particularly for high-definition/high quality applications where
latency is not a concern.
GOP: Group of Pictures
The GOP is a group of successive pictures within a coded video stream. From the
pictures contained in it, the visible frames are generated. The higher the value the
higher the image quality.
FPS: Frames Per Second
The FPS rating is used to set the frequency at which the encode captures the video
stream. The higher the value the higher the image motion quality.
Transport Type
RAW transmits the H.264 bit stream without any container information. TS wraps the bit
stream in an MPEG2 container. There is no difference in quality between the two
settings.
4.4 Alias
Alias’ can be used in conjunction with API commands to simplify and shorten programming.
GUI Element
Description
Alias
Rename TX/RX alias for easier identification and use from API commands
Note: Alias cannot contain any of the following symbols or combinations of letters/numbers: ‘,’ ‘;’ ‘_’ ‘@’, ‘*’,
‘&’, ‘EX131’, ‘EX363’, ‘EX373’, ‘EX383’, ‘EX393’, ‘TX’, ‘EX141’, ‘EX403’, ‘RX’
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4.5 Commands
GUI Element
Description
Factory Default
Restore TX/RX to factory default settings
Reboot
Reboot TX/RX
4.6 System Settings
System Settings contains the settings for the IP control box, it features two separate network connections for communication
with RX/TX devices and communication with the PC/control system.
Each setting must be on the same subnet as other devices to enable communication between all devices.
The default Auto IP setting is recommended for RX & TX communication - devices will use Bonjour to discover each other.
4.7 IP Setup (TX and RX Communication)
GUI Element
Description
IP Address
IP address for TX and RX communication
Subnet Mask
Subnet mask for TX and RX communication
Default Gateway
Default gateway for TX and RX communication
4.8 IP Setup (Telnet/Browser communication)
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GUI Element
Description
IP Address
IP address for Telnet client and web
Subnet Mask
Subnet mask for Telnet client and web
Default Gateway
Default gateway for Telnet client and web
4.9 Web Password
GUI Element
Description
Web Password
Login password for Web UI management page
Default password
“admin” can be used to restore to factory settings if the user password is unknown
4.10 Debug Log
NOTE: Debug files can only be used with the guidance of AVENVIEW support.
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5. IP CONTROL GUIDE
This setup guide gives a brief introduction on how to use the CTRLPRO-MIP to configure common settings such as Matrix
switching on HDM-C6MXIP and HDM-C6MWIP Set, device upgrade and account management.
5.1 Configuring Scenes
This setup guide gives a brief introduction on how to use the CTRLPRO-MIP to configure common settings such as Matrix
switching on HDM-C6MXIP and HDM-C6MWIP Set, device upgrade and account management.
GUI Elements
Description
Scenes
Click Scenes tab opens a table page where you
can perform matrix switching controlling RX's and TX's.
All Devices
Displays all the TX/RX and home matrix switching page.
Wall-c_1x2 (or similar
tabs followed)
Selects predefined scenes created on the PC configurator
(HDMI over IPConsole) allowing matrix switching, video wall
layout switching and video wall source switching. Note: We
recommend that you name a scene without “+” in PC
configurator.
Matrix
Click it to display the matrix switching page.
Scene 1, 2 and 3
Indicates three preset options saved for future scene call.
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5.2 Matrix Switching
Using Home Matrix Switching Page
Press the box that links each TX/RX to test switching of the video to each RX. Devices
with names starting with IPE are TX's whereas devices that start with IPD are RX's.
Using External Imported Scenes
1.Click a scene tab next to All Devices tab such as wall1-c_1x2.
2. Choose a view mode such as Matrix and Screen.
3.Perform matrix switching. To use previous setting, go to step 4.
 Matrix view mode: Press the box that links each TX/RX to test switching of
video to each RX. Devices with names starting with IPE are TX's whereas
devices that start with IPD are RXs.
Note:
RX in the left column refers to a combination of all RX's in video wall, it allows
switching a source for this specific video wall.
 Screen view mode: drag and drop each TX from the Transmitters list to each RX
in the screen tiles of the Receivers list to test switching of video to each RX. To
remove TX/RX link relationship go to Matrix page under All Devices tab and click
on the green tile box to unlink devices.
4. Click Apply.
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Internal Preset Scenes
1. Click a preset scene tab next to Matrix tab such as scene1.
2. Press the box that links each TX/RX to test switching of the video to each RX. Device
with names starting with IPE are TXs where as devices that start with IPD are RXs. To use
previous setting, go to step 3.
3. Click Apply.
5.3 Managing Accounts
Web configuration page offers administrator and common user accounts. The unique
administrator admin can perform all tasks in the web configuration page. You can assign a
common user role that limits which tasks the user can perform, for example, by allowing them
only to perform matrix switching and to control video wall.
Changing Password for Administrator User
1.Log in to the web configuration page.
2.Click Controller Settings tab.
3. Go to User Management area.
4.For Administrator User, enter a new password.
5.Click Save.
Changing User Name and Password for Common User
1.Log in to the web configuration page.
2.Click Controller Settings tab.
3.Go to User Management area.
4.For Common User List, enter a new username and a new password.
5.Click Save.
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5.4 Updating IP Controller
1. Log in to the web configuration page.
2. Click Controller Settings tab.
3. Go to Software Upgrade area.
4. Click Browse for Web Module to choose a local upgrade file such as SC009web_v5.0.7.p1.bin.
5. Click Browse for Adapter Module to choose a local upgrade file such as gbcmd_v5.0.7.p2.
6. Click Upgrade to follow the on-screen instructions to complete the upgrade process.
Other functions:





Configure IP controller, such as IP settings, system restore, reboot, shutdown, reset, version
view.
Configure TX/RX, such as IP settings, reboot and reset.
Click a TX/RX to change its name in matrix switching page.
API command input area.
Log area recording the device operation and communication information.
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6. INSTALLATION REFERENCE LOG
I. HDM-C6MXIP-R II. HDM-C6MXIP-R
TX/RX#
IP ADDRESS
III.HDM-C6MWIP-R IV.HDM-C6MWIP-R
ALIAS
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ADDITIONAL INFO
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I. HDM-C6MXIP-R II. HDM-C6MXIP-R
TX/RX#
IP ADDRESS
III.HDM-C6MWIP-R IV.HDM-C6MWIP-R
ALIAS
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ADDITIONAL INFO
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