CDPS-41SQ Operation Manual 4 x 1 HDMI Seamless Quad PIP Scaler

CDPS-41SQ Operation Manual 4 x 1 HDMI Seamless Quad PIP Scaler

CDPS-41SQ

4 x 1 HDMI Seamless Quad PIP Scaler

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© Copyright 2012 by Cypress Technology.

All Rights Reserved.

Version 1.0 December 2012

TRADEMARK ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

All products or service names mentioned in this document may be trademarks of the companies with which they are associated.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

Please read all instructions before attempting to unpack, install or operate this equipment and before connecting the power supply.

Please keep the following in mind as you unpack and install this equipment:

• Always follow basic safety precautions to reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock and injury to persons.

• To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain, moisture or install this product near water.

• Never spill liquid of any kind on or into this product.

• Never push an object of any kind into this product through any openings or empty slots in the unit, as you may damage parts inside the unit.

• Do not attach the power supply cabling to building surfaces.

• Use only the supplied power supply unit (PSU). Do not use the PSU if it is damaged.

• Do not allow anything to rest on the power cabling or allow any weight to be placed upon it or any person walk on it.

• To protect the unit from overheating, do not block any vents or openings in the unit housing that provide ventilation and allow for sufficient space for air to circulate around the unit.

REVISION HISTORY

VERSION NO.

DATE DD/MM/YY SUMMARY OF CHANGE

VR0 17/10/13 Preliminary Release

VR1

VR2

VR3

07/03/14

20/06/14

18/07/14

Add Support Chart

Update RS-232 & OSD, Add

WebGUI

Add RS-232 Command

CONTENTS

1. Introduction ............................................ 1

2. Applications ........................................... 1

3. Package Contents ................................ 1

4. System Requirements ............................ 1

6. Operation Controls and Functions ....... 2

6.1 Front Panel ........................................2

6.2 Rear Panel .........................................3

6.3 Remote Control ................................4

6.4 RS-232 Protocols ...............................5

6.5 OSD MENU .........................................6

6.6 RS-232 & Telnet Commands ..........14

6.7 Telnet Control .................................21

6.8 WebGUI Control .............................22

7. Specifications ...................................... 27

8. Connection and Installation ............... 29

1. INTRODUCTION

The 4 x 1 HDMI Seamless Quad PIP Scaler is a high performance, high speed zooming/shrinking system that can be easily configure and control for quad or picture-in-picture video processing. Allowing 4 different input sources to be freely selected and arranged on one single display with supporting output resolution up to 1080p and audio up to 8CH 192kHz for both input and output. Screen setting hot keys with IR and RS-232 & Telnet allows instant control and switching on the output display.

2. APPLICATIONS

• Broadcasting room and control

• Surveillance room and control

• Public advertisement and control

• Digital Presentation

3. PACKAGE CONTENTS

• 1 x 4 by 1 HDMI Seamless Quad PIP Scaler

• 1 x Remote Control (CR-124)

• 1 x 12V/3A DC Power Adaptor

• Operational Manual

4. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Input source equipments such as DVD/Blu-ray players and PC/NB devices and output HD TV/monitor.

5. FEATURES

• Seamless switching between channels and windows

• Zoom and Shrink 4CH input image and or to overlay them

• Supports PIP, POP and multi-windows display

• Supports OSD, RS-232, Telnet, Remote and on-panel controls

• Fade-In-Out, Chromakey, Mirror and Rotation (90˚ left & right and

180˚ up & down) functions

• 8 Screen setting hot keys and extra 4 customized favorite screen setting

• Support individual channel size and position adjustment

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6. OPERATION CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS

6.1 Front Panel

WINDOW A 1 B 2 C 3 D 4 E 1 2

3 4

F

1

2

3

4

POWER MENU +

1 2 3 4

CHANNEL

INPUT

1 2 3 4 G 1

2 3 4

H

1 2 3 4

5 6

1

IR Window

Accept IR signal from the device’s remote control included in the package.

2

POWER

Press this button to power ON the device or set it to standby mode.

3

MENU

Press this button to bring up the OSD menu on screen.

4

-/+ Buttons

Press these buttons to scroll down/up the OSD selections.

5

CHANNEL INPUT 1~4

Press these buttons to rotate HDMI 1~4 input source on each channel to be display on screen. All channels can select the same input or each channel a different input.

6

WINDOW A~H

Press these hot keys to select the screen setting where A~D are display a full screen of each channel and E~H are a different combination of a full screen setting with all 4 channels.

Windows A~D's channel input selection is corresponding to channel input no. 1~4. That is, to change window A's input channel must press channel input 1's button. Channel input 2~4's button will not activate under window A's selection. Windows E~H's size are adjustable through the OSD menu setting and only window

G is PIP(Picture in Picture) where E,F & H are POP (Picture out Of picture) settings.

2

Under window E~H when the size setting is overlapping one another, channel display sequence is CH4 > CH3 > CH2 >CH1.

That is, CH4 will cover CH3 and CH3 will cover CH2 and so on.

Under some dislay the borderline may have interference, adjusting display's motion setting may resolve the interference issue.

6.2 Rear Panel

4 3

HDMI IN

2 1 HDMI OUT CONTROL

USB

SERVICE

ONLY

RS232 DC 12V

1 2 3 4 5 6

1

HDMI IN

Connect with source equipments such as DVD/Blu-ray players and or PC/NB devices.

2

HDMI OUT

Connect with HD TV/monitor for output image display at 1080p.

3

CONTROL

Connect to an active network for Telnet control.

4

USB SERVICE ONLY

This slot is reserved for factory use only.

5

RS-232

Connect from PC/NB with D-Sub 15pin cable for RS-232 command sending.

6

DC 12V

Plug the 12V DC power supply into the unit and connect the adaptor to an AC outlet.

3

6.3 Remote Control

1

Power

Press this button to switch on the device or press it again to set it to standby mode.

2 Info

Press this button to show the device’s firmware version.

3 Input CH 1~4

2

4

5

Press these buttons to rotate HDMI 1~4 input source on each channel to be display on screen

4

WA~WH

8

11

Press these hot keys to select the screen setting where WA~WD are display a full screen of each channel and WE~WH are a different combination of a full screen setting with all 4 channels.

5 Mute

14

Info

WA

WB

WC

WD

Mute

Exit

WE

WF

WG

WH

OK

Audio 1 Fade In-Out FAV. 1

Audio 2 Chromakey FAV. 2

Audio 3 Mirror

CR-124

Power

CH 1

CH 2

CH 3

CH 4

Input

Menu

FAV. 3

Audio 4 Rotation FAV. 4

1

3

Press this button to mute the audio from HDMI output port.

6

▲▼►◄ & OK Buttons

Press this buttons to scroll through the OSD selection and press OK to enter and confirm the setting.

7

Menu

Press this button to enter into the OSD menu.

8 Exit

Press this button to exit the OSD menu or the OSD settings.

9

FAV. 1~4

Press these buttons to bring up the customized screen settings.

10 Fade-In-Out*

Press this button to switch on or off the Fade-in-out function.

6

7

10

9

12

13

4

11

Chromakey*

Press this button to enter into Chroma function where CH 1 is the background and CH 2 is the top image.

12

Mirror*

Press this button to display the screen in mirror image.

13

Rotation*

Press this button to rotate the image 90˚ left and right or 180˚ upside down.

14

Audio 1~4

Press these buttons to select audio from HDMI input source 1~4.

* Functions only work under Window A to D. The system will force to

switch to Window A when operate under Window E~H.

6.4 RS-232 Protocols

8

9

6

7

4

5

2

3

PIN

CDPS-41SQ

Assignment

1 NC

Tx

Rx

NC

GND

NC

NC

NC

NC

Baud Rate: 115200bps

Data Bit: 8 bits

Parity: None

Flow Control: None

Stop Bit: 1

5

8

9

6

7

4

5

2

3

Remote Control

PIN Assignment

1 NC

Rx

Tx

NC

GND

NC

NC

NC

NC

6.5 OSD MENU

Main Menu

I/O Setup

Image Adjust

1 st Layer

Output

Resolution

OSD Settings

2 nd Layer

480P, 579P, 720P50/60,

1080P24/25/30/50/60, 1024x768,

1280x800, 1280x1024, 1366x768,

1440x900, 1600x900, 1600x1200,

1680x1050, 1920x1200, NATIVE

Menu Back

3 rd Layer

Info Display

H Offset

V Offset

Timeout

Gain

Menu Back

On/Off

0~20 (5)

0~20 (5)

Off~50

0~10 (2)

Menu Exit

Brightness

Adjust

Contrast

Adjust

CH 1

CH 2

CH 3

CH 4

Value Reset

Menu Exit

CH 1

CH 2

CH 3

CH 4

Value Reset

Menu Exit

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

6

7

Main Menu 1 st

Layer

Hue Adjust

Saturation

Picture Reset

Menu Exit

CH 1

CH 2

2 nd

Layer

CH 3

CH 4

Value Reset

Menu Exit

CH 1

CH 2

CH 3

CH 4

Value Reset

Menu Exit

3 rd

Layer

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

0~100 (50)

Window

Setup

Channel 1

Select

Size

Position

CH1 Wxxx Hxxx

Width Unit

Width Ten

Width Hundred

Height Unit

Height Ten

Height Hundred

CH1 Hxxx Vxxx

Horizontal Unit

Horizontal Ten

Horizontal

Hundred

Vertical Unit

Vertical Ten

Main Menu

Window

Setup

1 st

Layer

Channel 2

Select

2 nd

Layer

Image Output

Priority

Window Reset

Menu Exit

3 rd

Layer

Vertical

Hundred

On/Off

CH1→4,CH2→3,

CH3→2,CH4→1

Size

Position

Image Output

Priority

Window Reset

Menu Exit

CH2 Wxxx Hxxx

Width Unit

Width Ten

Width Hundred

Height Unit

Height Ten

Height Hundred

CH2 Hxxx Vxxx

Horizontal Unit

Horizontal Ten

Horizontal

Hundred

Vertical Unit

Vertical Ten

Vertical

Hundred

On/Off

CH1→4,CH2→3,

CH3→2,CH4→1

8

9

Main Menu 1 st

Layer

Channel 3

Select

Size

2 nd

Position

Layer

Image Output

Priority

Window Reset

Menu Exit

3 rd

Layer

CH3 Wxxx Hxxx

Width Unit

Width Ten

Width Hundred

Height Unit

Height Ten

Height Hundred

CH3 Hxxx Vxxx

Horizontal Unit

Horizontal Ten

Horizontal

Hundred

Vertical Unit

Vertical Ten

Vertical

Hundred

On/Off

CH1→4,CH2→3,

CH3→2,CH4→1

Size

CH4 Wxxx Hxxx

Width Unit

Width Ten

Width Hundred

Height Unit

Height Ten

Main Menu

Window

Setup

Window

Setup

1 st

Layer

Channel 4

Select

2 nd

Position

Layer

Image Output

Priority

Window Reset

Menu Exit

VIDEO 1

VIDEO 2

Label Select VIDEO 3

VIDEO 4

Menu Exit

FAV 1 Store

Favours Store

FAV 2 Store

FAV 3 Store

FAV 4 Store

Menu Exit

Menu Exit

Mirror

3 rd

Layer

Height Hundred

CH4 Hxxx Vxxx

Horizontal Unit

Horizontal Ten

Horizontal

Hundred

Vertical Unit

Vertical Ten

Vertical

Hundred

On/Off

CH1→4,CH2→3,

CH3→2,CH4→1

VIDEO 1/2/3/4

VIDEO 1/2/3/4

VIDEO 1/2/3/4

VIDEO 1/2/3/4

ON/OFF/OK

ON/OFF/OK

ON/OFF/OK

ON/OFF/OK

On/Off

10

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Main Menu

Window

Convert

1 st

Layer 2 nd

Layer

Fade In-Out

Channel 1

Convert

Rotation

Window Reset

Menu Exit

Mirror

Channel 2

Convert

Fade In-Out

Rotation

Window Reset

Menu Exit

Mirror

3 rd

Layer

Off/1.0/1.1/1.2

Convert /1.3/1.4

/1.5/1.6/1.7/1.8/

1.9/2.0/2.1/2.2/

2.3/2.4/2.5/2.6/

2.7/2.8/2.9/3.0

R90/L90/Up-Side

Down180/Off

On/Off

Off/1.0/1.1/1.2

Convert /1.3/1.4

/1.5/1.6/1.7/1.8/

1.9/2.0/2.1/2.2/

2.3/2.4/2.5/2.6/

2.7/2.8/2.9/3.0

R90/L90/Up-Side

Down180/Off

On/Off

Main Menu 1 st

Layer

Channel 3

Convert

Fade In-Out

Channel 4

Convert

Chromakey

Setup*

Rotation

Minimum For R

Maximum For R

Minimum For G

Maximum For G

Minimum For B

Maximum For B

Switch

Exit

Window Reset

Menu Exit

2 nd

Layer

Fade In-Out

Rotation

Window Reset

Menu Exit

Mirror

3 rd

Layer

Off/1.0/1.1/1.2

Convert /1.3/1.4

/1.5/1.6/1.7/1.8/

1.9/2.0/2.1/2.2/

2.3/2.4/2.5/2.6/

2.7/2.8/2.9/3.0

R90/L90/Up-Side

Down180/Off

On/Off

Off/1.0/1.1/1.2

Convert /1.3/1.4

/1.5/1.6/1.7/1.8/

1.9/2.0/2.1/2.2/

2.3/2.4/2.5/2.6/

2.7/2.8/2.9/3.0

R90/L90/Up-Side

Down180/Off

000~255(0)

000~255(15)

000~255(0)

000~255(15)

000~255(0)

000~255(15)

ON/OFF

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Main Menu

Ethernet

Setup

Information

1 st

Layer

IP Mode

Static Set

2 nd

Layer

Static/DHCP

IP/Mask/Gate

3 rd

Layer

Byte1 High

Byte2

Byte3

Byte4 Low

XXX 192 255 192 000~255

XXX 168 255 168 000~255

XXX 5 255 5

XXX 159 0 254

No/Yes

000~255

000~255

Re-Link

Exit

Static/DHCP IP LINKED/NOT LINKED

IP IP/Mask/Gate

Mask

Gate

Mac

XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX

XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX

XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX

Sink HDMI /DVI

Model xxxxxxx

Native xxxxxxx

F/V version

Menu Exit

Note: BoldItalic fonts and ( ) figures are factory defualt setting figures.

* Chromakey Setup works only under CH1& CH2 where CH1 is the background and CH2 is the top layer.

This special function is designed for picture overlap video such as news reporter, weather forecast or educational video taping. CH2 the top layer's background color is usually a single color which can be easy for remove. RGB's setting is for CH2 video where the minimum setting figures cannot be greater than the maximum figures and the maximum figures cannot be lower than the minimum setting figures.

When input 1 or 2 has no source connection a warning message will appear on OSD.

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6.6 RS-232 & Telnet Commands

Command

RESO 0~18

OSDDIS 0/1

OSDH 0~20

OSDV 0~20

OSDTIME 0~50

Description

SET OUTPUT RESOLUTION

(0) 480p, (1) 576p, (2) 720p 50Hz, (3) 720p 60Hz, (4)

1080p 24Hz, (5) 1080p 25Hz, (6) 1080p 30Hz, (7) 1080p

50Hz, (8) 1080p 60Hz, (9) 1024x768 60Hz, (10) 1280x800

60Hz, (11) 1280x1024 60Hz, (12) 1366x768 60Hz, (13)

1440x900 60Hz, (14) 1600x900 60Hz, (15)1600x1200

60Hz, (16) 1680x1050 60Hz, (17)1920x1200 60Hz,

(18) Native

ENABLE/DISABLE ONSCREEN DISPLAY

(0) OFF, (1) ON

OSD H OFFSET

0~20

OSD V OFFSET

0~20

OSD TIMEOUT

0~50

OSDGAIN 0~10 OSD GAIN VALUE

0~10

BRI 0~4 0~100 SET BRIGHTNESS VALUE FOR CHANNEL

(0) All,

(1~4) CHANNEL,

(0~100) VALUE

CON 0~4 0~100 SET CONTRAST VALUE FOR CHANNEL PORT

(0) All,

(1~4) CHANNEL,

(0~100) VALUE

SAT 0~4 0~100 SET SATURTATION VALUE FOR CHANNEL PORT

(0) All,

(1~4) CHANNEL,

(0~100) VALUE

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Command Description

HUE 0~4 0~100 SET HUE VALUE FOR CHANNEL PORT

(0) All,

(1~4) CHANNEL,

(0~100) VALUE

HSIZE 1~4 0~X

VSIZE 1~4 0~X

SET IMAGE HORIZONTAL SIZE

(1~4) CHANNEL,

(0~X) X=HORZONTAL PIXEL FOR CURRENT RESOLUTION

SET IMAGE VERTICAL SIZE

(1~4) CHANNEL,

(0~X) X=VERTICAL PIXEL FOR CURRENT RESOLUTION

HPOS 1~4 0~X

VPOS 1~4 0~X

SET HORIZONTAL POSITION OF SPECIFIED CHANNEL

(1~4) CHANNEL,

(0~X) X=HORZONTAL PIXEL FOR CURRENT RESOLUTION

SET VERTICAL POSITION OF SPECIFIED CHANNEL

(1~4) CHANNEL,

(0~X) X=VERTICAL PIXEL FOR CURRENT RESOLUTION

IMAGE 1~4 0~1 CHANNEL(S) OUTPUT ON/OFF

(1~4) CHANNEL,

(0/1) OFF/ON

PRI 1~4 1~4 SET CHANNEL PRIORITY

(1~4) CHANNEL,

(1~4) PRIORITY

LABEL 1~4 XXX ASSIGN A VIDEO NAME

(1~4) VIDEO,

(XXX) ABCEDFGH...

STORE 1~4

RECALL 1~12

SAVE THE CURRENT WINDOW STATE TO FAV.

(1~4) FAV.

RECALL A WINDOW STATE

(1) WINDOW A, (2) WINDOW B, (3) WINDOW C,

(4) WINDOW D, (5) WINDOW E, (6) WINDOW F, (7)

WINDOW G, (8) WINDOW H, (9) WINDOW FAV. 1, (10)

WINDOW FAV. 2, (11) WINDOW FAV. 3, (12) WINDOW

FAV. 4

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Command

MIRROR 0/1

FADE 0~21

ROTATE 0~3

CHRC R/G/B

MIN/MAX 0~255

CHRSW 0/1

IPMODE 0/1

IPADD XXX.XXX.

XXX.XXX

MAADD XXX.

XXX.XXX.XXX

GAADD XXX.

XXX.XXX.XXX

Description

ENABLE/DISABLE MIRROR EFFECT

(0/1) OFF/ON

ENABLE/DISABLE FADE EFFECTS

(0) OFF, (1) 1.0 s, (2) 1.1 s, (3) 1.2 s, (4) 1.3 s, (5) 1.4 s,

(5) 1.5 s, (6) 1.6 s, (7) 1.7 s, (8) 1.8 s, (9) 1.9 s, (10) 2.0 s,

(11) 2.1 s, (12) 2.2 s, (13) 2.3 s, (14) 2.4 s, (15) 2.5 s, (16)

2.6 s, (17) 2.7 s, (18) 2.8 s, (19) 2.9 s, (20) 3.0 s

SET VIDEO ROTATION VIDEO TO PRESET POSITIONS

(0) ROTATE OFF, (1) R90, (2) L90, (3) 180

SET THE RGB COLOR RANGE FOR THE CHROMA KEY

(R/G/B) COLOR CHANNEL

(MIN/MAX) COLOR VALUE

(0~15) SET PRESENT VALUE 0~255

RBG MAX

(0)15, (1)31, (2)47, (3)63, (4)79, (5)95, (6)111, (7)127,

(8)143, (9)159, (10)175, (11)191, (12)207, (13)223,

(14)239, (15)255

RGB MIN

(0)00, (1)16, (2)32, (3)48, (4)64, (5)80, (6)96, (7)112,

(8)128, (9)144, (10)160, (11)176, (12)192, (13)208,

(14)224, (15)240

SET THE CHROMA KEY ON/OFF

(0) OFF, (1) ON

SET IP MODE TO DHCP OR STATIC

(0) DHCP, (1) STATIC

SET IP ADDRESS

(XXX) 0~255

SET SUBNET ADDRESS

(XXX) 0~255

SET GATEWAY ADDRESS

(XXX) 0~255

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Command

ETHTIME 0~6

RELINK

DEFAULT

VICH 1~4 0~4

MUTE 0/1

POW 0/1

AUDIO 1~4

IMRE B/C/S/H

PIRE

CHRE 0~4

WICORE

RIPM

IPCONFIG

HELP

?

Description

ETHERNET TIMEOUT

(0) OFF, (1) 10 MINUTE, (2) 20 MINUTE, (3) 30 MINUTE,

(4) 40 MINUTE, (5) 50 MINUTE, (6) 60 MINUTE

RELINK THE UNIT IN 2 SECONDS

RESET THE UNIT TO FACTORY DEFAULTS

VIDEO CHANNEL COMMAND

(1~4) VIDEO,

(0) ALL CHANNEL OUTPUTS,

(1~4) CHANNEL OUTPUTS

MUTE AUDIO

(0) OFF, (1) ON

POWER THE UNIT ON/OFF

(0) OFF, (1) ON

CHANGE OUTPUT AUDIO TO SPECIFIED SOURCE

(1~4) AUDIO SOURCE

RESET THE IMAGE TO FACTORY DEFAULTS

(B) BRIGHTNESS, (C) CONTRAST, (S) SATURATION, (H)

HUE

RESET THE UNIT PICTURE SETTINGS TO FACTORY

DEFAULTS

RESET THE WINDOWS SETTINGS TO FACTORY DEFAULTS

(0) ALL CHANNEL OUTPUTS,

(1~4) CHANNEL OUTPUTS

RESET THE WINDOW CONVERT TO FACTORY DEFAULTS

SHOW CURRENT IP MODE

SHOW IP CONFIGURATION

PRINTS ALL AVAILABLE RS-232/TELNET COMMANDS

TO THE SCREEN

PRINTS ALL AVAILABLE RS-232/TELNET COMMANDS

TO THE SCREEN

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CH1001

CH1002

CH1003

CH1004

CH2001

CH2002

CH2003

CH2004

Command

WND001

WND002

WND003

WND004

WND005

WND006

WND007

WND008

CH3001

CH3002

CH3003

CH3004

Description

Change to Window A

Change to Window B

Change to Window C

Change to Window D

Change to Window E

Change to Window F

Change to Window G

Change to Window H

Change CH1 to Source 1

Change CH1 to Source 2

Change CH1 to Source 3

Change CH1 to Source 4

Change CH2 to Source 1

Change CH2 to Source 2

Change CH2 to Source 3

Change CH2 to Source 4

Change CH3 to Source 1

Change CH3 to Source 2

Change CH3 to Source 3

Change CH3 to Source 4

FAD000

FAD001

CHR000

CHR001

MIR000

MIR001

ROT000

ROT001

ROT002

ROT003

Command

CH4001

CH4002

CH4003

CH4004

IO1000

IO1001

IO2000

IO2001

IO3000

IO3001

IO4000

IO4001

MUT000

MUT001

AUD001

AUD002

AUD003

AUD004

Description

Change CH4 to Source 1

Change CH4 to Source 2

Change CH4 to Source 3

Change CH4 to Source 4

CH1 Image OFF

CH1 Image ON

CH2 Image OFF

CH2 Image ON

CH3 Image OFF

CH3 Image ON

CH4 Image OFF

CH4 Image ON

Mute Off

Mute On

Change Output Audio to Source 1

Change Output Audio to Source 2

Change Output Audio to Source 3

Change Output Audio to Source 4

Fade In-Out Off

Fade In-Out On

Chromakey Function Off

Chromakey Function On

Mirror Function Off

Mirror Function On

Rotation Function Off

Rotation Function R

Rotation Function L

Rotation Function Up-Side Down

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Command

SFA001

SFA002

SFA003

SFA004

RFA001

RFA002

RFA003

RFA004

POW000

POW001

Description

Store window format to FAV 1*

Store window format to FAV 2*

Store window format to FAV 3*

Store window format to FAV 4*

Recall window from FAV 1

Recall window from FAV 2

Recall window from FAV 3

Recall window from FAV 4

OFF

ON

Commands with Italic fonts are only functioning under Window E~H and FAV.1~4

Commands with Bold fonts are only functioning under Window A~D

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6.7 Telnet Control

Before attempting to use the telnet control, please ensure that both the Scaler (via the ‘CONTROL’ port) and the PC/Laptop are connected to the active networks.

To access the telnet control in Windows 7, click on the ‘Start’ menu and type “cmd” in the Search field then press enter

Under Windows XP go to the ‘Start’ menu and click on “Run”, type

“cmd” with then press enter.

Under Mac OS X, go to Go→Applications→Utilities→Terminal

See below for reference.

Once in the command line interface (CLI) type “telnet”, then the IP address of the unit and hit enter.

Note: The IP address of the Scaler can be found under Ethernet Setup on the device’s OSD menu.

This will bring us into the device which we wish to control. Type “?” to lists all the available commands.

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Type “IPCONFIG” To show all IP configurations. To reset the IP, type

“IPMODE” to set static IP/DHCP (For a full list of commands, see

Section 6.6).

Note: All the commands will be not executed unless followed by a carriage return. Commands are case-insensitive. If the IP is changed then the IP Address required for Telnet access will also need to be change accordingly. A power relink is also required for every IP change.

6.8 WebGUI Control

On a PC/Laptop that is connected to an active network as the

Scaler, open a web browser and type device’s IP address on the web address entry bar. The browser will display the device’s Image Adjust,

Output Resolution, and ... etc.

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Click on the ‘mage Adjust’ tab to control power, Window Mode and the window setting.

Clicking on the ‘Output Resolution’ tab to set the output display resolution.

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Clicking on the ‘Windows Setup’ tab to set the output display fomate.

Note: This function is only available under window E~H.

Clicking on the ‘OSD Settings’ tab to set the OSD function and position.

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Clicking on the ‘Window Convert’ tab to set the output display angle.

Note: This function is only available under window A~D.

Clicking on the ‘Chromakey Setup’ tab to set the output display color.

Note: This function is only available under window E~H.

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Clicking on the ‘Ethernet’ tab to reset the IP configuration. The system will ask for a reboot of the device every time when any of the settings is changed. The IP address needed to access the Web GUI control will also need to be changed accordingly on the web address entry bar.

Note: All command will be not executed unless followed with a carriage return and commands are case-insensitive.

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7. SPECIFICATIONS

Video Bandwidth

Input Ports

Output Port

Supports Input

Resolution

225MHz/6.75Gbps

4x HDMI

1 x HDMI

PC:VGA~WUXGA, HD: 480i~1080p

Supports Output

Resolution

HDMI Input Cable

Distance

[email protected]

Up to 15M/[email protected] bits

HDMI Output Cable

Distance

Up to 15M/[email protected] bits

Supports Sampling Rate

32~192kHz

ESD Protection

Human body model:

±8kV (air-gap discharge)

±4kV (contact-gap discharge)

Power Supply

Dimensions

Weight

Chassis Material

Silkscreen Color

12V/3A DC (US/EU standards, CE/FCC/UL certified)

436mm(W) x 247mm(D) x 44mm(H)

2200g

Aluminum

Black

Operating Temperature

0˚C ~ 40˚C / 32 ˚F ~ 104 ˚F

Storage Temperature

-20˚C ~ 60˚C / -4 ˚F ~ 140 ˚F

Relative Humidity

Power Consumption

20 ~ 90% RH (non-condensing)

18W

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480p60

576p50

720p50

720p60

1080i50

1080i60

1080p24

1080p25

1080p30

1080p50

1080p60

HDMI Supported Resolutions

[email protected],72,75,85

[email protected],60,72,75,85

[email protected],70,75,85

[email protected]

[email protected],75

[email protected]

[email protected],75

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

480i60

576i50

V

V

V

V

V

V

V

V

V

V

V

Input

V

V

V

V

V

V

V

V

V

Output

[email protected]

V

V

V

V

V

[email protected]

V

V

V

V

V

V

V

V

V

V

V

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8. CONNECTION AND INSTALLATION

TV/Monitor

PC/NB

DVD/Blu-ray Player

4 3

HDMI IN

2 1 HDMI OUT CONTROL

USB

SERVICE

ONLY

RS232 DC 12V

AVR PC/NB PC/NB

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CYPRESS TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD

Home page: http://www.cypress.com.tw

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