Extron XTP T UWP 202 Setup Guide

XTP T UWP 202 • Setup Guide
The XTP T UWP 202 is a two-input XTP Decora® Wallplate Transmitter that can be installed into a UL Listed metal junction box or the provided
mud ring. This guide provides instructions for an experienced installer to install and connect the XTP T UWP 202.
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RS-232 and IR Over
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Remote RS-232
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AUTO
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XTP T UWP 202
Analog audio input
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XTP OUT
LAN
CONFIG
IMPORTANT:
Female 15-pin HD
connector
Refer to www.extron.com for the complete
user guide, installation instructions, and
specifications before connecting the
product to the power source.
Rear
Front
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Figure 1. XTP T UWP 202 Rear (Left) and Front (Right) Panel Features (LAN Model)
Wall Stud
Installation
Screws or
Nails
Planning
CAUTION:
Risk of personal injury. Failure to check the items
listed below may result in personal injury.
ATTENTION:
Failure to check the items listed below may result in
property damage.
NOTE:
Wall opening is
flush with edge
of box.
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Clamp
If a junction box is required, it must be metal.
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Mounting and Cabling
For additional mounting considerations, see the XTP T UWP 202
User Guide at www.extron.com. For metal junction boxes, refer to the
manufacturer for additional mounting instructions and considerations.
Signal Output
Cable
XTP T UWP 202
Decora Faceplate
Step 1 — Prepare the installation site
a.
Figure 2. Metal Junction Box Installation
Using a soft pencil, mark cut guidelines on the mounting surface. For
accuracy, use a template or the mounting enclosure.
NOTE:
Install junction boxes against a wall stud (see figure 2).
b. Cut a hole in the wall. To avoid making the hole too big, cut inside the
marked lines.
c.
If using the mud ring in a wall with insulation inside, remove at least
6 inches of the insulation in all directions around the cutout. If a wall
stud interferes with removing the insulation, remove as much as
possible between the cutout and the wall stud.
d. Test the fit by inserting the mud ring or metal junction box into the
hole in the wall. If necessary, enlarge the hole as needed.
Backing Clip
Mounting Screw
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To install a UL Listed metal junction box, use mounting screws to fasten
the box to a wall stud (see figure 2).
LAN
Rotate the Backing Clip
To install the provided mud ring to the wall, attach the mounting screws to out of the way to insert
the mud ring into the wall.
the mud ring and loosely attach backing clips to the ends of the screws.
Rotate the backing clips so the mud ring fits in the opening and then rotate
them to fit snugly against the back of the wall (see figure 3).
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Figure 3. Mud Ring Installation
Step 3 — Make rear panel connections
a.
Connect a twisted pair cable between the XTP connector (see A on page 1) of the XTP T UWP 202 and an XTP receiver.
ATTENTION:
Pins:
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Do not connect this connector to a computer data or telecommunications network.
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T568A
Wire
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The XTP T UWP 202 is compatible with shielded twisted pair (F/UTP, SF/UTP, and S/FTP) cable. Extron
recommends using the following practices to achieve full transmission distances up to 330 feet (100 meters)
and reduce transmission errors.
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•
Terminate cables with shielded connectors to the TIA/EIA-T568B standard.
•
Limit the use of more than two pass-through points, which may include patch points, punch down
connectors, couplers, and power injectors. If these pass-through points are required, use shielded
couplers and punch down connectors.
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Use Extron XTP DTP 24 SF/UTP cable for the best performance. If not using XTP DTP 24 cable, at a
minimum, Extron recommends 24 AWG, solid conductor, STP cable with a minimum bandwidth of
400 MHz.
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Insert Twisted
Pair Wires
RJ-45
Connector
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NOTE: When using shielded twisted pair cable in bundles or conduits, consider the following:
• Do not exceed 40% fill capacity in conduits.
• Do not comb the cable for the first 20 m, where cables are straightened, aligned, and secured in tight bundles.
• Loosely place cables and limit the use of tie wraps or hook and loop fasteners.
• Separate twisted pair cables from AC power cables.
IR Device
G Tx Rx
b. To pass bidirectional serial, infrared, or other control signals, connect a control device or controllable device to
the RS-232 and IR Over XTP connector (see B on page 1). Wire the connector as shown to the right.
RS-232 Device
For serial RS-232 control, connect a host device or control system to the 3.5 mm, 3-pole captive screw
connector (see C on page 1). Wire the connector as shown to the right.
Tx Rx G
c.
G Rx Tx
RS-232 and IR data can be transmitted simultaneously.
d. Power the XTP T UWP 202 in one of the following methods:
•
Connect the provided external power supply to the 2-pole captive screw connector for local 12 V power
(see F on page 1).
RS-232
REMOTE
NOTE:
Tx/Rx
Pins
Tx Rx G Tx Rx
Link LED — Lights when a valid link between an XTP input and output is established.
RS-232 IR
OVER XTP
Signal LED — Lights when the device is transmitting a video signal or a test pattern.
Gnd Rx Tx
RS-232 Device
•
Connect an XTP Power Injector to the XTP connection between the transmitter and a locally powered XTP receiver or XTP matrix switcher.
•
Connect the XTP T UWP 202 to an XTP matrix switcher and enable the remote power feature on the XTP matrix switcher.
Step 4 — Mount the device to the metal junction box or mud ring
a.
Using the provided screws, attach the XTP T UWP 202 to the mud ring or metal junction box through the inner screw holes (see figure 2 or 3).
b. Using the provided screws, attach the faceplate to the XTP T UWP 202 through the outer screw holes (see figure 2 or 3).
Step 5 — Make front panel connections
a.
Connect a digital video source to the female HDMI connector (see H on page 1). It accepts HDMI, DVI (with an appropriate adapter), or dual
mode DisplayPort video signals.
b. Connect an unbalanced analog audio input source to the 3.5 mm TRS jack (see I on page 1).
c.
Connect an analog RGB video source to the female 15-pin HD VGA connector (see J on page 1).
d. For LAN models, connect a host device or control LAN or WAN to the LAN RJ-45 connector for pass-through 10/100 Ethernet communication
(see D on page 1). This is an Ethernet pass-through port with LEDs to indicate link and activity status.
e.
Connect a host device to the USB mini-B connector for configuration, control, and firmware upgrades (see E on page 1).
Operation
Configuration and Control
After the transmitter and all connected devices are properly connected and powered on, the system is fully operational. Use the Extron XTP System
Configuration software or SIS commands to configure the XTP T UWP 202 (see the XTP T UWP 202 User Guide at www.extron.com).
Indicators
Audio signal clip LED — Lights when the analog audio input signal is above
-3 dBFS. It remains lit for 200 ms after the signal falls below -3 dBFS.
Auto switch LED — Lights when the device is in auto switch mode.
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Power LED — Lights when power is applied to the device.
HDMI LED — Lights when an HDMI input signal is detected.
HDCP LED — Lights when an input signal is HDCP compliant.
VGA LED — Lights when a VGA input signal is detected.
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