Extron electronics FOXBOX 4G Rx DVI Setup guide

Extron electronics FOXBOX 4G Rx DVI Setup guide
Setup Guide ­— FOXBOX 4G Tx/Rx DVI Plus
Setup Guide ­— FOXBOX 4G Tx/Rx DVI Plus, cont’d
Step 4 — Remote connector
This card provides quick start instructions for an experienced
installer to set up and operate an Extron
FOXBOX 4G DVI Plus transmitter and receiver.
Connect a host device to either unit’s front panel Configuration connector via the
9-pin D to 2.5 mm mini jack TRS RS-232 cable that is included with the TX model or available
separately using part #70-335-01. Refer to the FOXBOX 4G Tx/Rx User’s Manual for detailed
information about the using the Simple Instruction Set (SIS™) commands and the Windows®based FOX Extender program to set up and operate the transmitter and receiver and to take
advantage of the various adjustments and test patterns available on the FOXBOX 4G units.
N The FOXBOX 4G Tx DVI Plus transmitter’s
fiber optic output signal can be received only
by a FOXBOX 4G Rx DVI Plus receiver.
The FOXBOX 4G Rx DVI Plus receiver can
accept inputs from any FOX 500 or FOXBOX 4G transmitter, including VGA models.
Step 5 — Power
Connect an IEC power cord between each unit’s power
connector and a 100 VAC/240 VAC, 50-60 Hz source. Power
on the equipment in the following order: output devices,
receiver, transmitter, RS-232 controller, and input devices.
Installation
Step 1 — Mounting
Turn off or disconnect all equipment power sources and mount the transmitter and receiver
as required.
Control and Indications
c. If you want the FOXBOX units to pass serial data or control signals, such as
for serial control of a projector, connect the master device to the transmitter and
the slave device to the receiver via the first three poles of both units’ RS-232 Over
Fiber/Alarm 5-pole captive screw connectors.
AUDIO
RS-232
OVER FIBER ALARM
Tx Rx
1
2
Mode switch (receiver) — To connect the received optical input to another receiver in
a daisy chain configuration, set DIP switch 1 to up as shown.
RS-232
OVER FIBER ALARM
Tx Rx
1
2
Indications
One way (transmitter to receiver) only, perform step 3a.
Two way (transmitter to receiver and return), perform steps 3a and 3b.
One way (transmitter to receiver) with daisy chain (receiver to receiver), perform steps 3a and 3c.
OPTICAL
c. If you want a receiver to daisy chain the optical signal to another
receiver (up to 10 receivers in a daisy chain):
LINK
OVER
TEMP
DVI
AUDIO
DVI LED — This LED lights on both units when the transmitter detects a signal on
its video input. This LED lights on the receiver when the transmitter detects a DVI video
signal.
Audio LED — This LED lights on both units when the transmitter detects a low level audio
signal for a short period of time. It goes dark if the audio signal drops below the minimum
threshold for a short period of time.
Transmitter
3b
Receiver
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LINK
LINK
OPTICAL
Tx Rx
OPTICAL
Tx Rx
LINK
LINK
OPTICAL
Tx Rx
Over Temp(erature) LED — This LED lights to indicate that the unit is operating at
a dangerously high temperature (approximately 167° F [75° C]) and that equipment
damage is imminent.
3a
• Set the first receiver’s Mode DIP switch 1 up.
Receiver
and
• Connect the receiver’s Tx fiber cable to Rx on another receiver.
3c
Power LED — This LED lights to indicate that power is applied to the unit.
LINK
b. If you want the receiver to send return serial data (such as responses
from a controlled device) to the transmitter, connect a cable between the
receiver’s Tx and transmitter’s Rx ports.
Tx Rx
LINK
a. Connect the fiber between the transmitter’s Tx and receiver’s Rx ports.
Receiver
OPTICAL
Tx Rx
encoded in the optical link.
N You can connect the transmitter and one or more receivers in one of three ways:
LINK
Tx Link and Rx Link LEDs — When lit, the link is active (light is output [Tx]
or received [Rx]).
N The Link LEDs indicate light transmission only, not whether there is data
Step 3 — Throughput connections
From Transmitter or
Daisy Chaining Receiver
1 2
transmitter.
The receiver’s Alarm port reports the status of the Tx light link.
1 2
MODE
N Up to 10 properly-configured receivers can be connected in a daisy chain to a single
N The transmitter’s Alarm port reports the status of the Rx light link.
MODE
Power Supply
Output Cord
DIP switch 2 is not used.
step 3b and leave the receiver in normal configuration.
d. For remote monitoring of the status of the optical links, connect a locally
constructed or obtained device to the two Alarm poles of the units’
RS-232 Over Fiber/Alarm 5-pole captive screw connectors. The two poles are
shorted together when no light is detected.
3"
16 (5 mm) Max.
SECTION A–A
Mode Switch
N For RS-232 responses (from the receiver to the transmitter), you must install the cable in
3a
Tie Wrap
LINK
b. Connect unbalanced stereo or mono audio input and an audio output device to the
units’ 3.5 mm mini jacks.
Captive
Screw
Connector
A
After all receivers, the transmitter, and their connected devices
are powered up, the system is fully operational. If any problems are encountered, verify
that the cables are routed and connected properly and that all display devices have identical
resolutions and refresh rates. If your problems persist, call the Extron S3 Sales & Technical
Support Hotline.
DVI-D INPUT
a. Connect a DVI video source to the transmitter and a display to the
receiver via the transmitter’s Input and the receiver‘s Ouput DVI connectors.
Ridges
A
Operation
Step 2 — Input and output connections
•
•
•
Smooth
LINK
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