VX40 Velocitykvm-4 Velocitykvm
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QUICK-START GUIDE
As used with Thinklogical’s™ Velocitykvm-4 and the Velocitykvm-24
Video Extension Systems
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STEP 3: Connect your
VelocityDVI Transmitter to the
VX40 using multi-mode fiberoptic cables (up to 1000 meters).
Connect cable L1 to any
Upstream Receive Port and cable
L2 to the same numbered
Upstream Transmit Port
as shown.(See the Digital
Crosspoint Switch detail
diagram, below.)
8
3
3
HID
MIC OUT
HOST
USB1 .1
CNTRL
DEV
USB HID
LOCAL FROM CPU
100-240V-,0.5A, 50/60 Hz
DVI IN
Single-Head, Single-Link DVI / KVM Destinations
T 2A ,250VAC
5
1-5
STEP 4: Ensure the
VelocityKVM Transmitter’s
ON/OFF switch is in the OFF (0)
position. Connect the AC Power
Cord and plug it into a standard
AC source. Turn the switch ON.
6
USB 1.1 (Keyboard / Mouse)
100-240v – 50/60 Hz 12A
4
Audio OUT►
◄Audio IN
PS/2 (Mouse)
PS/2 (Keyboard)
6-10
ALARM
11-15
STEP 2: Ensure that the VelocityKVM Receiver’s ON/OFF switch is in the OFF
(0) position. Depending on your configuration, connect your desktop devices
(monitors, keyboard, mouse, etc.) to the Receiver using standard cables as
shown in the example below. Turn all the devices ON. Insert the AC power
cord into the Receiver and plug it into a standard AC source. Turn the unit ON.
16-20
21-25
26-30
31-35
36-40
1-5
6-10
11-15
16-20
21-25
26-30
31-35
POWER
L2
L1
L2
L1
5
4
3
2
1
L3
POWER
T
R
T
R
T
R
T
R
T
R
POWER
T
5
4
3
2
1
R
T
R
T
R
T
R
T
R
POWER
5
4
3
2
1
R
T
R
T
R
T
R
T
R
POWER
5
4
3
2
1
R
T
R
T
R
T
R
T
R
5
4
3
2
1
POWER
POWER
T
T
T
T
R
T
R
T
R
T
R
T
R
5
R
T
4
R
T
3
R
T
2
R
T
1
R
POWER
5
4
3
2
1
R
T
R
T
R
T
R
T
R
POWER
5
4
3
2
1
R
T
R
T
R
T
R
T
R
POWER
5
R
T
4
R
T
3
R
T
2
R
T
1
R
POWER
5
R
T
4
R
T
3
R
T
2
R
T
1
R
POWER
T
T
T
T
T
5
4
3
2
1
R
T
R
T
R
T
R
T
R
POWER
5
R
T
4
R
T
3
R
T
2
R
5
R
T
4
R
T
3
R
T
2
T
1
POWER
R
R
T
1
R
POWER
5
4
3
2
1
R
T
R
T
R
T
R
T
R
5
4
3
2
R
T
R
T
R
T
R
R
L1
T
5
4
3
R
T
ACTIVE
ACTIVE
R
T
RESET
RESET
R
T
2
R
T
1
T
1
FAULT
FAULT
L
A
N
L
A
N
CONTROLLER
Single-Link, DVI 2 Display / KVM Source
3
L2: Data Rx to Tx
L1: Video 1 and Data Tx to Rx
L3: Video 2
Optioal local USB or PS/2
Keyboard & Mouse
L2
L3
DOWNSTREAM
Network Hub
STEP 3: Connect your VelocityKVM
Transmitter to the VX40 using multi-mode
fiber-optic cables (up to 1000 meters).
Connect L1 to any Upstream Receive Port
and L2 to the same numbered Upstream
Transmit Port. Connect L3 to any other
Upstream Receive Port. (See the Digital
Crosspoint Switch detail diagram, right.)
DVI IN 1
DVI IN 2
DVI OUT 2
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7
External Control CPU
STEP 7: Connect the Controller Cards’ LAN
Ports to your Controller CPU with CAT5 cables.
(IP address: 192.168.13.15)
HID
FROM CPU
LOCAL
L3
DEV
CNTRL
VEL-000M24-SCTX
Transmitter
Local DVI 2 (optional)
Digital Crosspoint Switch
DVI 1
DVI 2
◄Audio IN
Audio OUT►
PS/2 (Mouse)
PS/2 (Keyboard)
USB 1.1 (Keyboard / Mouse)
6
Local DVI 1
(optional)
STEP 4: Ensure the VelocityKVM
Transmitter’s ON/OFF switch is in the
OFF (0) position. Connect the Power
Cord and plug it into a standard AC
source. Turn the switch ON (1).
4
Velocity
Tx
DVI / Data
Source
STEP 6: Connect your KMASS devices from the Source
CPU to the appropriate VelocityKVM Transmitter ports.
Ensure the CPU is turned ON.
SFP+ A
SFP+ A
(Video/data IN,
data OUT)
(Video/data OUT,
data IN)
T
Data Upstream
Video 1 & Data
Downstream
R
Video 2
R
T
R
Switch
Fabric
T
1
L2
L1
L2
L1
AUDIO
Velocitykvm-4
PWR
CAUTION! Replace with same type and rating fuse.
SER IAL PORT
FOL
P
S
2
LINE OUT
DVI OUT
DVI OUT DDC
MIC IN
USB 2.0
USB1 .1
USB HID
U
P
D
A
T
E
S
HOST
CNTRL
100-240V-,0.5A, 50/60 Hz
T 2A ,250VAC
VEL-U00M04-SCRX
Receiver
DVI OUT DDC
Single-Link, DVI 2 Display / KVM
Destinations
L1
L2
HOST
USB 1.1
USB HID
STEP 1: Connect your
VelocityKVM Receiver
to the VX40 using
multi-mode fiber-optic
cables (up to 1000
meters). Connect L1 to
any Downstream
Transmit Port and L2 to
the same numbered
Downstream Receive
Port as shown. (See
the Digital Crosspoint
Switch detail diagram,
below.)
PS/2 or USB connectors
DVI OUT
UPDATES
P
S
2
LINE IN
MIC OUT
CONTROLLER
Primary Controller Card
Optional Secondary Controller Card
SER IAL PORT
DVI OUT 1
RS232
CONTROLLER
Velocitykvm-24
L2 L3
L1
L2
R
RS232
UPSTREAM
STEP 5: Connect the
DVI IN cables from
the CPU to the
VelocityKVM
Transmitter and the
DVI OUT cable(s)
from the transmitter to
the local monitor(s).
CONSOLE
POWER
T
T
T
T
2
36-40
CONSOLE
STEP 6: Connect your KMASS devices from the Source
CPU to the appropriate VelocityKVM Transmitter ports.
Ensure the CPU is turned ON.
5
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VX40 Router KVM Matrix Switch Chassis, 6 Rack Units, 400 Watts
UPDATES
P
S
2
LINE IN
CP
L1
NOTE: When using a single Controller, the module on the left
(Primary) must be used.
STEP 8: (Final step) Connect both supplied AC Power Cords (PWR-0000006-R)
to the receptacles located on the VX40's power supplies. Plug each one into a
standard AC source. Verify that all system functions are operating properly.
100-240v – 50/60 Hz 12A
SER IAL PORT
DVI OUT
CLINK
USB
2.0
Thinklogical’s™ VX40 KVM Matrix Switch features redundant
Power Supplies and Controller Modules for uninterrupted
performance, even during system reconfiguration, updates or
debug. The VX40 remains fully functional with only one Power
Supply installed or with one Controller activated.
CAUTION! Replace with same type and rating fuse.
L2
DVI IN
FOL
Transmitter
VEL-U00M04-SCTX
Velocitykvm-4
L1
PWR
Optional local
USB or PS/2
Keyboard &
Mouse
POWER SUPPLY 1 (LEFT): Fan failure, temperature spikes, DC voltage and/or current out of range, AC power input interruption and module removed
POWER SUPPLY 2 (RIGHT): Fan failure, temperature spikes, DC voltage and/or current out of range, AC power input interruption and module removed
FANS: Individual fan monitoring
TEMPERATURE WARNING: Chassis over temperature, multiple sensors
TEMPERATURE SHUTDOWN: Chassis over temperature causing shutdown
CPU: Card failure (Only with a redundant card)
INPUT/OUTPUT CARDS: SFP+ failure, laser output fault
ANY OF THE ABOVE
COMMON
GROUND
MRTS Technology
Local DVI Display
(optional)
L2
VX40
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
KVM Matrix Switch
Single-Head, Single-Link DVI / KVM Source
STEP 5: Connect the
DVI IN cable from
the CPU to the
VelocityKVM
Transmitter.
Connect the DVI OUT
cable from the
L1
Transmitter to the
local monitor.
The VX40 Router Critical Hardware Alarms: (Located at the top, left rear of the unit.)
STEP 2: Ensure that the VelocityKVM Receiver’s ON/
OFF switch is in the OFF (0) position. Depending on your
configuration, connect your desktop devices (monitors,
keyboard, mouse, etc.) to the Receiver using standard
cables as shown in the example below. Turn all the
devices ON. Insert the AC power cord into the Receiver
and plug it into a standard AC source. Turn the unit ON.
STEP 1: Connect your VelocityKVM Receiver to the VX40 using
multi-mode fiber-optic cables (up to 1000 meters). Connect L1 to any
Downstream Transmit Port and L2 to the same numbered
Downstream Receive Port. Connect L3 to any other Downstream
Transmit port. (See the Digital Crosspoint Switch detail diagram, left.)
2
1
AUDIO
L2
L1
L3
L1
L3
Velocitykvm-24
Video 1 & Data
Downstream
L2
DVI OUT 1 DDC
Velocity
Data Upstream
Rx
Video 2
DVI / Data
DVI OUT 1
SER IAL PORT
DVI OUT 2 DDC
DVI OUT 2
P
S
2
LINE OUT
MIC IN
USB HID
USB 1.1
U
P
D
A
T
E
S
HOST
CNTRL
VEL-000M24-SCRX
Receiver
Destination
SFP+ B
SFP+ B
(Video IN)
UPSTREAM
(Video OUT)
DOWNSTREAM
DVI OUT 1 DDC
PS/2 or USB connectors
DVI OUT 2 DDC
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