HDBaseT PC/CV to HDMI Scaler Format Converter over CAT5e/6/7 Transmitter - I

HDBaseT PC/CV to HDMI Scaler Format Converter over CAT5e/6/7 Transmitter - I
HDBaseT PC/CV to HDMI Scaler Format
Converter over CAT5e/6/7 Transmitter
(with 5 Play Convergence) - ID# 15224
Operation Manual
Introduction
The HDBaseT PC/CV to HDMI Scaler Format Converter over CAT5e/6/7
Transmitter (with 5 Play Convergence) is an HDBaseT™ Transmitter Scaler
supporting PC or Composite Video (CV) input. It can scale and switch the
video sources, and send the digitalized signal over a single run of CAT5e/6/7
cable to the Receiver at a distance up to 100 meters, along with an external
audio input, 2-way IR, RS-232 and bidirectional LAN serving.
Control is via on-panel buttons or IR remote control and there is an On-screen
Display (OSD) providing selection and system information.
The device provides a full range of output resolutions, up to 1080p and
WUXGA (RB). The bidirectional Power over Ethernet (PoE) function
provides greater flexibility in installations
Features
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Supports PC/CV scaling to a full range of HDTV or PC resolutions up
to 1080p and WUXGA (RB)
Transmission of uncompressed data over a single CAT5e/6/7 cable
up to 100m/328ft
5Play™ convergence: Video and Audio, LAN serving, bidirectional
Power over Ethernet (PoE) and Control (IR/RS-232 bypass)
Supports IR, Remote control, RS-232 (bypass) and on-panel controls
Provides bidirectional 24V DC power to or receive from compatible
PoE Receiver through CAT5e/6/7 cable
Supports Ethernet transmission rates up to 100 Mbps
Supports NTSC and PAL formats for Composite Video input
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Note:
1.
This system was tested with CAT6/23AWG cables, results may vary
with cables of different specifications.
2.
The PoE function is designed for powering compatible Receiver
units only—non-PoE Receivers will need their own power supply.
Receivers from other brands may not be compatible.
3.
DO NOT connect the LAN connection to the CAT5e/6/7 port.
Doing so may cause a power shutdown and may damage the
device.
Applications
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Analog to Digital video signal conversion
Up scale standard definition video to High-Definition TVs/displays
Extend the operating distance of a CV/PC video signal
Lecture room/Showroom/Meeting room/Classroom display and
control
System Requirements
CV/PC source equipment such as a DVD/Video player or PC/Laptop and
output to HDBaseT compatible Receiver
Operation Controls
and Functions
Front Panel
1. SERVICE:
Reserved for manufacturer use only.
2. IR RECEIVER WINDOW:
Receives only the IR signal from the supplied remote control for this device
only.
3. PC:
Connect to a PC/Laptop source device with a D-Sub 15pin cable.
4. CV:
Connect to a composite video source such as a DVD/Video player.
5. AUDIO:
Connect to an analog stereo (L/R) audio source with a 3.5mm mini-jack cable.
6. MENU:
Press this button to enter the On-Screen Display (OSD) menu.
7. INPUT (–) Button & CV/PC LED:
Press the INPUT (−) button to toggle between CV or PC inputs. When in CV
mode the LED will be lit, off when in PC mode.
8. −/+:
Use these buttons to navigate down and up in the on-screen menu.
9. ENTER:
Press this button to confirm the selection.
Note:
Pressing '−' (MINUS) and ENTER simultaneously will immediately
switch the output resolution of the device to 720p60.
Pressing '+' (PLUS) and ENTER simultaneously will immediately switch
the output resolution of the device to XGA (1024×768)
Back Panel
1. POWER LED:
This LED will illuminate when the device is connected to an active power
supply.
2. DC 24V:
Connect the 24V DC power supply to the unit and plug the adaptor into an
AC outlet. Only one unit requires powering if both the Transmitter and
Receiver are both PoE compatible.
3. RS-232 IN:
Connect to a PC or RS-232 control system with a D-Sub 9 pin male cable for
the transmission of RS-232 commands.
4. LAN:
Connect to an active network for LAN serving. When any compatible LAN
equipped receivers are connected, this allows the network access (including
internet access if available) to be shared between any connected LAN
equipped receivers. Connect any Ethernet equipped device e.g. a Smart TV or
games console to the LAN port of a receiver for that device to share the
network/internet access.
Warning: DO NOT connect the LAN connection to the CAT5e/6/7 port.
Doing so may cause a power shutdown and may damage the device.
5. IR Blaster:
Connect the supplied IR Blaster cable for IR signal transmission. Place the IR
Blaster in direct line-of-sight of the equipment to be controlled.
6. IR Extender:
Connect the supplied IR Receiver cables for IR signal reception. Ensure that
remote being used is within the direct line-of-sight of the IR Extender.
7. CAT5e/6/7 OUT:
Connect to the Receiver unit with a single CAT5e/6/7 cable for transmission
of all data signals.
MODE LED:
This LED will illuminate when the power is connected.
LINK LED:
This LED will illuminate when connected to a Receiver unit that is connected
with a TV/monitor that is displaying the signal
Remote Control
1. INPUT:
Press this button to toggle
between the CV or PC input.
2. EXIT:
Press this button to exit the menu
or the current selection in the on-screen
menu.
3. MENU:
Press this button to enter into the
OSD menu.
4. RESET:
Press this button to return the
device to the factory default settings.
5. AUTO ADJUST:
Press this button to
optimize the positioning of the picture
(picture centering) on the screen.
6. OK & ▲▼◄►:
Press 'OK' to confirm the
selection or use the directional buttons
to navigate the on-screen menus.
IR Cable Pin Assignment
RS-232 Protocols
PIN
DEFINITION
PIN
DEFINITION
1
N/C
1
N/C
2
TxD
2
RxD
3
RxD
3
TxD
4
N/C
4
N/C
5
GND
5
GND
6
N/C
6
N/C
7
N/C
7
N/C
8
N/C
8
N/C
9
N/C
9
N/C
←
→
Baud Rate: 9600bps
Data Bit: 8 bits
Parity: None
Flow Control: None
Stop Bit: 1
RS-232 & Telnet
Commands
Command
S SOURCE 1~2
R SOURCE
S OUTPUT 0~25
R OUTPUT
S SIZE 0~6
Description
1=VIDEO
2=PC
Reports the numerical equivalent for the
SOURCE setting (as listed above)
0=Native
12=1600×1200
1=640×480
13=1920×1080
2=800×600
16=1920×1200
3=1024×768
17=480p
5=1360×768
[email protected]
6=1280×720
[email protected]
7=1280×800
[email protected]
8=1280×1024
22=576p
9=1440×900
[email protected]
10=1400×1050
[email protected]
11=1680×1050
[email protected]
Reports the numerical equivalent for the
OUTPUT setting (as listed above)
0=OVERSCAN
1=FULL
2=BEST FIT
4=LETTER BOX
5=UNDER 2
6=UNDER 1
R SIZE
S CONTRAST 0~60
R CONTRAST
S BRIGHTNESS 0~60
R BRIGHTNESS
S HUE 0~60
R HUE
S SATURATION 0~60
R SATURATION
S SHARPNESS 0~30
R SHARPNESS
S NR 0~3
R NR
S AUDIO DELAY 0~3
R AUDIO DELAY
3=PAN SCAN
Reports the numerical equivalent for the
SIZE setting (as listed above)
Sets the numerical value for the CONTRAST
setting (0~60)
Reports the numerical value for the
CONTRAST setting (0~60)
Sets the numerical value for the
BRIGHTNESS setting (0~60)
Reports the numerical value for the
BRIGHTNESS setting (0~60)
Sets the numerical value for the HUE setting
((0~60)
Reports the numerical value for the HUE
setting (0~60)
Sets the numerical value for the
SATURATION setting (0~60)
Reports the numerical value for the
SATURATION setting (0~60)
Sets the numerical value for SHARPNESS
setting (0~30)
Reports the numerical value for the
SHARPNESS setting (0~30)
0=OFF
2=MIDDLE
1=LOW
3=HIGH
Reports the numerical equivalent for the
NOISE REDUCTION setting (as listed
above)
0=OFF
2=110ms
1=40ms
3=150ms
Reports the numerical equivalent for the
AUDIO DELAY setting (as listed above)
S AUDIO MUTE 0/1
R AUDIO MUTE
0=ON
1=MUTE
Reports the numerical equivalent for the
AUDIO MUTE setting (as above)
S KEY LOCK 0/1
R KEY LOCK
0=ENABLE
1=DISABLE
Reports the numeric equivalent for the KEY
LOCK setting (as listed above)
FW
Checks the FIRMWARE version
S RESET 1
Sets the numerical equivalent for the RESET
setting (as left)
Note:
1. RS-232 commands will not execute unless followed by a carriage
return and LF (Line Feed).
2. Commands are not case-sensitive.
3. Resolutions 1~16 are RGB encoded and 17~25 are YUV encoded
OSD Menu
1st Layer
2nd Layer
3rd Layer
Display
Output
Native
640x480 60
800x600 60
1024x768 60
1360x768 60
1280x720 60
1280x800 60
1280x1024 60
1440x900 60
1400x1050 60
1680x1050 60
1600x1200 60
1920x1080 60
1920x1200 60
720x480P 60
1280x720P 60
1920x1080I 60
1920x1080P 60
720x576P 50
1280x720P 50
1920x1080I 50
1920x1080P 50
Size
Size
Overscan
Full
Aspect Ratio
Pan Scan
Letter Box
4th Layer
Under1
Under 2
Mode Info
Info
On
Off
PC (PC mode only) Auto Setup
No
Yes
H Position
0~60 (30)
V Position
0~60 (30)
Phase
Clock
WXGA/XGA
XGA
WXGA
Reset
No
Yes
Colour
Colour
R
G
B
R Offset
G Offset
B Offset
Contrast
0~60
Brightness
0~60
Hue
0~600~60
Saturation
0~60
Sharpness
0~60
NR.
Off
Low
Middle
High
Audio
Volume
0~100
Delay
Off
40ms
110ms
150ms
Sound
On
Mute
Setup
Factory Reset
No
Yes
Key Lock
Off
On
Information
Input
Output
Revision
Note: Items in Bold are the default settings
Input Resolutions
Support
Input Resolution
CV
PC
NTSC/PAL
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[email protected]/72/75 Hz
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[email protected]/60/72/75 Hz
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[email protected]/70/75 Hz
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[email protected]/75 Hz
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[email protected] Hz
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1280×[email protected] Hz
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1680×[email protected] Hz (RB)
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1920×[email protected] Hz
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Specifications
Ethernet Speed
Output Video Bandwidth
Input Ports
100 Mbps
300MHz / 10.2Gbps
1×Composite Video, 1×VGA, 1×3.5mm
Mini-jack (L/R), 1×RS-232, 1×LAN,
1×IR Extender
Output Ports
1×CAT5e/6/7, 1×IR Blaster
CAT5e/6/7 Out Cable Distance Up to 100 Meters
CV Resolutions Support
NTSC/PAL
VGA Resolutions Support
VGA~WUXGA (RB)
CAT5e/6/7 Resolutions Support
HD: Up to [email protected] Hz
PC: Up to WUXGA (RB)
IR Frequency
30~50 kHz
ESD Protection
Human body model:
±8kV (air-gap discharge)
±4kV (contact discharge)
Dimensions
145 mm (W)×192 mm (D)×30 mm (H)/
Jacks Excluded
145 mm (W)×202 mm (D)×30 mm (H)/
Jacks Included
Weight
606 g
Chassis Material
Aluminum
Color
Black
Operating Temperature
0 ̊C~40 ̊C / 32 ̊F~104 ̊F
Storage Temperature
−20 ̊C ~ 60 ̊C / −4 ̊F ~ 140 ̊F
Relative Humidity
20 ~ 90 % RH (non-condensing)
Power Consumption
16W
CAT5e/6/7 Cable
Specification
Cable Type Range
Pixel Clock Video
Supported Video
Rate
Data Rate
CAT5e/6/7
≤225 MHz
100 m
≤5.3 Gbps Up to 1080p, 60 Hz,
(HD Video) 36 bits, 3D (data
rates lower than 5.3
Gbps or below 225
MHz TMDS clock).
Connection Diagram
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