Atlona AT-HD88M-SR user manual

User manual for the device Atlona AT-HD88M-SR

Device: Atlona AT-HD88M-SR
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Date of adding : 2013-05-05 15:38:28
Number of pages: 24
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$! %& &  1. Introduction ............................................................................ 1 2. Specifications & Package Contents ........................................................... 3 3. Panel Description .............................................................................. 4 4. DIP Switch .............................................................................. 7 5. IR Pass-through

Summary of the content on the page No. 3

&  & TM The AT-HD88M-SR 8x8 HDMI over CAT5 Matrix Switcher with IR Control provides the most flexible and cost effective solution in the market to route high definition video sources plus multi- channel (up to 7.1-channel) digital audio from any of the eight HDMI source devices to the remote displays at the same time. Through low cost Cat-5/5e/6 cables, not only high quality video and audio can be transmitted to the display sites, but also users can switch among eight HDMI sources u

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&  & Features:  State-of-the-art Silicon Image (Founder of HDMI) chipset embedded for upmost compatibility and reliability  HDMI 1.3c compliant  HDCP compliant  Allows any source to be displayed on multiple displays at the same time  Allows any HDMI display to view any HDMI source at any time  Supports 7.1 channel digital audio  Supports default HDMI EDID and learns the EDID of displays  The matrix master can switch every output channels to any HDMI inputs by pus

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' % &(')* & &  Model Name AT-HD88M-SR Technical AT-HD88M-S AT-HD88M-R Role of usage 8x8 true matrix / transmitter [TX] Receiver [RX] HDMI compliance HDMI 1.3c HDCP compliance Yes Video bandwidth Single-link 225MHz [6.75Gpbs] Video support 480i / 480p / 720p / 1080i / 1080p60 Audio support Surround sound (up to 7.1ch) or stereo digital audio HDMI over CAT5 Full HD (1080p) – 35m (115ft) [CAT5e] / 40m (130ft) [CAT6] transmission range HD (720p/1080i) – 50m (165ft) [CAT5e] /

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'& ! ' & Front Panel of AT-HD88M-S    4 56 1 23 78 9  1. Power on/off switch 2. PORT 1-7: LED display to show which input source is playing on which port 3. '' buttons: press the buttons for selecting input source in ascending sequence 4. '' buttons: press the buttons for selecting input source in descending sequence 5. IR SENSOR: receiving IR commands from the IR remote 6. PRESET PROFILES: LED display to show preset profiles and other built-in modes 7. SELECT: press th

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'& ! ' & Mode L: System Lock and Unlock Lock: push SELECT button until the PRESET PROFILES shows “L” and keep pressing the SELECT button for 3 seconds, then all functions of the whole system (including the receivers, IR remote, and the commands through RS-232 or USB) will be locked automatically. Unlock: when the LED display of PRESET PROFILES shows “L”, keep pressing the SELECT button for 3 seconds until the PRESET PROFILES shows “1” to unlock all system functions.    Rear Pa

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'& ! ' & AT-HD88M-R      1 2 3   8  4     5 6 7 1. +5V DC: spare power jack for over 60m transmission when the receiver AT-HD88M-R may need external power to work* 2. A/V SIGNAL: connect a solid Cat-5/5e/6 cable between the respective A/V SIGNAL ports on the AT- HD88M-S & AT-HD88M-R 3. CHANNEL CONTROL: connect a solid Cat-5/5e/6 cable between the respective CHANNEL CONTROL ports on the AT-HD88M-S & AT-HD88M-R 4. INPUT CHANNEL: LED display to show the currently

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'+  SW1-SW8 for EDID/Audio DIP Switch Position Video Audio Description Pin#1 Pin#2 2 Default Mode – Up to 1080p & stereo audio output for most 1 OFF [] OFF [] Up to 1080p Stereo HDTVs 3 Up to Safe Mode – Enforce the system output at 720p/1080i video OFF [] ON [] Stereo 720p/1080i and stereo audio for basic compatibility among HDTVs 5 Bypass EDID Learning Mode – for learning EDID from the display 4 ON [] OFF []Bypass 4 while playing any received HDMI audio format 5 EDID

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'+  SW Main for firmware update (for technical support only) DIP Switch Position Pin#1 Pin#2 Pin#3 Pin#4 6 Normal Operation Mode [via RS-232 port] OFF[] OFF[] OFF[] OFF[] 7 Normal Operation Mode [via USB port] OFF[] OFF[] OFF[] ON[] Block A [main] ON[] OFF[] OFF[] OFF[] 8 Block B [remote] ON[] OFF[] ON[] OFF[] Firmware Update Mode Block C [HDMI] ON[] ON[] OFF[] OFF[] Note 6 Factory default for SW Main is pin#1-OFF[], pin#2-OFF[], pin#3- OFF[], & pin#4-OFF[].

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'# * IR Extenders IR Blaster IR Receiver           IR Sockets AT-HD88M-S IR Main: The default location for IR blaster to transmit all IR command signals received from any of the eight remote receivers to all of the HDMI sources. IR PASS-THROUGH 1–8: IR blaster connected here can only transmit IR command signals from the remote receivers that are setting at respective input channel from 1 to 8. AT-HD88M-R IR RECEIVER: IR receiver connected here can receive a

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'# * Definition of IR Earphone Jack  IR Blaster IR Receiver           You can buy any IR extension cables in the market that are compatible to the definition of the IR sockets for the matrix if necessary for replacement use.    Supported IR Data Format  Data Format Suitable Not Recommended  NEC RC5   TOSHIBA MICOM CODE GRUNDIG CODE  SONY 12 BIT CODE   SONY 15 BIT CODE SONY 20 BIT CODE   RCA CODE RCM CODE   MATSUSHITA CODE MITSUBISHI COD

Summary of the content on the page No. 13

+ & !! &  AT-HD88M-S as master unit 1. Connect all sources to HDMI Inputs on the 8x8 HDMI over CAT5 matrix master AT-HD88M-S 2. Connect each CHANNEL CONTROL output port on the AT-HD88M-S to respective CHANNEL CONTROL port on the remote receiver AT-HD88M-R 3. Connect each A/V SIGNAL output port on the AT-HD88M-S to respective A/V SIGNAL input on the remote receiver AT-HD88M-R 4. Connect IR blaster to the IR MAIN jack of AT-HD88M-S and direct the IR blaster to the built-in

Summary of the content on the page No. 14

&& !& ! Source Side Method A: Push-in Button 1. Use the up/down button to select which input is chosen upon the output () increase () decrease Method B: IR Remote Control a. Please press F1 to F6, Enter ( ), and Exit ( ) button to enter IR control mode and decide which output port to be controlled (see the table below). Or you can use up () and down () button to enter IR control mode and select the output port in ascending and descending order respectively. Whenever you pr

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&& !& ! Display Side Method A: Push-in button for switching input channels Press the INPUT SELECT push-in button to switch the input source on the respective output port connected to the matrix receiver in sequential order. The selected input source will be displayed on the LED of INPUT CHANNEL. Method B1: IR remote control for switching input channels Please press F1 to F6, Enter ( ), and Exit ( ) button to enter IR control mode and decide which input channel to be selected by p

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&& !& ! Method C: Software Control through RS-232 serial port  Input & Output port Source indicator  Software Control Menu Status Indicator  1. Scan button:  Serial Port Scan: Press Scan button, the machine will scan the all com port and show them. Select the RS-232 serial port connected to the machine. And set device ID 255 is for all device. Only the same device ID or 255 can get the command you sent. Press OK to get the new status from the machine you select.  14

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&& !& !   2. Setting button: Press Get button to read back device ID. Press Set button to write device ID.  3. Linkage button: Press Linkage button to read back all status.  4. Open/Close button: Press this button to close or open COM port.    5. Mapping button: Select All Output: Select “set all output”, then select the source on main menu . You can quickly set all output to the same source. Unselect All Output: Release output selection. Select Input1~8-Outp

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&& !& ! 7. Output Port: Pull down menu and select which source to be sent to this output port.  One by one setting On main menu screen. First select input source. Then select the output ports which you want to send the video and audio from this source. When you select the input source, the source will change to gray. When you select the output port one by one, the selected output port will change to gray. The linking line will change to yellow. Group setting First select out

Summary of the content on the page No. 19

! &&* EDID learning is needed whenever the user has certain HDMI displays that cannot output audio/video properly. This could happen when the HDMI displays connected to the matrix have different capability output HDMI signals. If that happends, please enter the EDID learning mode and make all input ports learn the EDID from the display with lowest capability for HDMI signals. Note SW1-SW8 Pin-1 must be set “ON” for EDID Learning Mode DIP Switch Position Video Audio Description P

Summary of the content on the page No. 20

    Custom Code 01 EE (14-key IR remote) (default: 01 EE) Receiver Unit Master Unit (0x01 0xEE) Source 1 0x1E Output Port 1 (F1) 0x1E Source 2 0x1B Output Port 2 (F2) 0x1B Source 3 0x1F Output Port 3 (F3) 0x1F Source 4 0x06 Output Port 4 (F4) 0x06 Source 5 0x0C Output Port 5 (F5) 0x0C Source 6 0x13 Output Port 6 (F6) 0x13 Source 7 0x1C Output Port 7 (ENTER) 0x1C Source 8 0x18 Output Port 8 (EXIT) 0x18 Source + 0x19 Source + (RIGHT) 0x19 Source - 0x05 Source – (LEFT) 0x05


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