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****** Page 1 ****** CUSTOM MATRIX SWITCHERS INSTRUCTION MANUAL HIGH RESOLUTION MATRIX SWITCHER 0 A>NEUVIDEO SYSTEM MONITOR v uvt VGA READ ESC PROFESSIONAL CROSSPOINT MATRIX SWITCHERS INPUT INPUT OUTPUT 401JTPIJT5 VGA Serial Matrix Switches RGB Serial Matrix Switches AV Serial Matrix Switches A»NEUVIDEO AUDIO / VIDEO MANUFACTURER A-NeuVideo.com I Frisco, Texas 75034 469-277-7606 v.2.3

****** Page 2 ****** 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. SAFETY INFORMATION To ensure the best results from this product, please read this manual and all other documentation before operating your equipment. Retain all documentation for future reference. Follow all instructions printed on unit chassis for proper operation. To reduce the risk of fire, do not spill water or other liquids into or on the unit, or operate the unit while standing in liquid. Make sure power outlets conform to the power requirements listed on the back of the unit. Keep unit protected from rain, water and excessive moisture. Do not attempt to clean the unit with chemical solvents or aerosol cleaners, as this may damage the unit. Dust with a clean dry cloth. Do not use the unit if the electrical power cord is frayed or broken. The power supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords and plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the appliance. Do not force switched or external connections in any way. They should all connect easily, without needing to be forced. Always operate the unit with the AC ground wire connected to the electrical system ground. Precautions should be taken so that the means of grounding of a piece of equipment is not defeated. AC voltage must be correct and the same as that printed on the rear of the unit. Damage caused by connection to improper AC voltage is not covered by any warranty. Turn power off and disconnect unit from AC current before making connections. Never hold a power switch in the “ON” position. This unit should be installed in a cool dry place, away from sources of excessive heat, vibration, dust, moisture and cold. Do not use the unit near stoves, heat registers, radiators, or other heat producing devices. Do not block fan intake or exhaust ports. Do not operate equipment on a surface or in an environment which may impede the normal flow of air around the unit, such as a bed, rug, carpet, or completely enclosed rack. If the unit is used in an extremely dusty or smoky environment, the unit should be periodically “blown free” of foreign dust and matter. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove the cover. There are no user serviceable parts inside. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. There are no user serviceable parts inside. When moving the unit, disconnect input ports first, then remove the power cable; finally, disconnect the interconnecting cables to other devices. Do not drive the inputs with a signal level greater than that required to drive equipment to full output. The equipment power cord should be unplugged from the outlet when left unused for a long period of time. Save the carton and packing material even if the equipment has arrived in good condition. Should you ever need to ship the unit, use only the original factory packing. Service Information Equipment should be serviced by qualifier service personnel when: A. The power supply cord or the plug has been damaged. B. Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled into the equipment. C. The equipment has been exposed to rain D. The equipment does not appear to operate normally, or exhibits a marked change in performance E. The equipment has been dropped, or the enclosure damaged. THIS SAFETY INFORMATION IS OF A GENERAL NATURE AND MAY BE SUPERSEDED BY INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED WITHIN THIS MANUAL

****** Page 3 ****** INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION . .2 SWITCHER CATEGORY 2 PACKAGE CONTENTS . 2 SIGNAL INPUT & OUTPUT, REMOTE CONTROL AND COMMUNICATION PORT 2 TYPES OF MATRIX SWITCHERS . 3 VGA . .3 COMPOSITE VIDEO . 4 RGB/HV . .5 AUDIO CONNECTIONS . 6 VGA Matrix Switcher FEATURES . SPECIFICATIONS . 8 RGB Matrix FEATURES 9 SPECIFICATIONS . . …10 Composite Video Switcher FEATURES….. . …11 SPECIFICATIONS……………………………………………………12 OPERATION. 13 PANEL SWITCH 15 PROTOCOL OF SERIAL PORTAND COMMAND CODE 16 FACTORY DEFAULT SETTING FOR RS-232 16 RS-232 PORT 16 ASCII CODE . 17 CODE EXAMPLES . 18 TROUBLESHOOTING . .19 OPERATION OF SOFTWARE . 20 Dear Customer Thank you for purchasing this product. For optimum performance and safety, please read these instructions carefully before connecting, operating or adjusting this product. Please keep this manual for future reference. 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. DISCLAIMERS The information in this manual has been carefully checked and is believed to be accurate. We assume no responsibility for any infringements of patents or other rights of third parties which may result from its use. We assume no responsibility for any inaccuracies that may be contained in this document. We make no commitment to update or to keep current the information contained in this document. We reserve the right to make improvements to this document and/ or product at any time and without notice. COPYRIGHT NOTICE No part of this document may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or any of its part translated into any language or computer file, in any form or by any means — electronic, mechanical, magnetic, optical, chemical, manual, or otherwise — without express written permission and consent O Copyright 2015. All Rights Reserved. Version 2.3 JAN 2015 TRADEMARK ACKNOWLEDGMENTS All products or service names mentioned in this document may be trademarks of the companies with which they are associated. 1

****** Page 4 ****** INTRODUCTION / SWITCHER CATEGORY / CONTENTS INTRODUCTION Matrix switch is a high-performance matrix switcher designed for video and audio signal routing. It supports unbalanced audio, Composite, RGBHV (Component), or VGA (DB15). The excellent quality of this series of matrix switchers comes from using the industry’s best performing IC chips and we design each switcher to ensure the highest signal quality. The VGA and RGBHV switcher has a signal bandwidth of 350MHz (-3db) to support resolution up to 2048×1536 60Hz refresh rate and1280x1024 120Hz refresh rate, meeting the strict requirements of a variety of high quality sources and displays. The Composite video switcher has a signal bandwidth of 100MHz (-3db), supporting a variety of standard video signals but also able to meet the bandwidth requirements of true HDTV. This series of matrix switcher provides users with a user friendly GUI that supports all versions of Windows OS. This series of switches has a monochrome dot-matrix LCD display, with control via the front panel push buttons or via RS-232 communication interface. The matrix switch can store up to 30 user presets. SWITCHER CATEGORY Matrix series switchers can be divided into the following categories: Audio Matrix Composite Matrix Composite I A Matrix VGA Matrix VGA 1 A Matrix RGB Matrix RGB 1 A Matrix PACKAGE CONTENTS Audio Only Video Only Video & Audio VGA VGA & Audio RGB/HV RGB/HV & Audio Balanced or unbalanced Bandwidth 100M Hz (-3dB) Video with Audio Breakaway Bandwidth 350M Hz (-3dB) Video with Audio Breakaway Bandwidth 350M Hz (-3dB) Video with Audio Breakaway Before attempting to use this unit, please check the packaging and make sure the following items are contained in the shipping carton: • Host Device RS-232 Cable Power Cable • CD of testing and application software • User Manual, Certification and Guarantee Card • Audio connector SIGNAL INPUT & OUTPUT, REMOTE CONTROL AND COMMUNICATION PORT The AV matrix series switchers support standard BNC connectors; VGA matrix uses standard VGA HD15F connectors; RGBHV matrix uses standard BNC. All matrix series uses standard RS-232 serial communication interface DP9-F, in addition to the included GUI software, this document explains the ASCII protocol command set. Audio connections use a terminal block, commonly call Pheonic Connector 2

****** Page 5 ****** TYPES OF MATRIX SWITCHERS VGA Modew ANI-VGA404 ANI-VGA404A ANI-VGA801 ANI-VGA801-A ANI-VGA802 (1 RU) ANI-VGA802-A AM-VGA 804 ANI-VGA804-A ANI-VGA 808 ANI-VGA808-A ANI-VGA1602 ANI-VGAI AM-VGA 1604 ANI-VGA1604-A ANI-VGA 1608 ANI-VGA1608-A AM-VGA 1616 ANI-VGA1616-A ANI-VGA2401 ANI-VGA2402 ANI-VGA 2404 ANI-VGA2404-A ANI-VGA2408 ANI-VGA2408-A ANI-VGA2416 ANI-VGA2416-A ANI-VGA3204 ANI-VGA3204-A ANI-VGA3208 ANI-VGA3208-A ANI-VGA3216 ANI-VGA3216-A ANI-VGA4808 ANI-VGA4816 ANI-VGA7608 RU=RACK UNITS Signal IYpe VGA VGA w/Audio VGA VGA w/Audio VGA VGA w/Audio VGA VGA w/Audio VGA VGA w/Audio VGA VGA w/Audio VGA VGA w/Audio VGA VGA w/Audio VGA VGA w/Audio VGA VGA VGA VGA w/Audio VGA VGA w/Audio VGA VGA w/Audio VGA VGA w/Audio VGA VGA w/Audio VGA VGA w/Audio VGA VGA VGA Input Connection Type HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 HD15 3 # of Inputs 4 4 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 32 32 32 32 32 32 48 48 76 Output Connection Type HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 & Terminal HD15 HD15 HD15 HD15 # of Outputs 4 4 1 1 2 2 4 4 8 8 2 2 4 4 8 8 16 16 1 2 4 4 8 8 16 16 4 4 8 8 16 16 8 16 8

****** Page 6 ****** TYPES OF MATRIX SWITCHERS COMPOSITE VIDEO Model# ANI-V404-A ANI-V801-A ANI-V802-A ANI-V804-A ANI-V808-A ANI-V1602-A ANI-V1604-A ANI-V1608-A ANI-V1616-A ANI-V2408-A ANI-V2416-A ANI-V2424-A ANI-V3208-A ANI-V3216-A ANI-V3232-A ANI-V4816-A ANI-V4824-A ANI-V4832-A ANI-V4848-A ANI-V6416-A ANI-V6432-A ANI-V6448-A ANI-V6464-A ANI-V12832-A ANI-V404 ANI-V802 ANI-V804 ANI-V808 AM-VI 604 AM-VI 608 ANI-V1616 ANI-V2416 ANI-V3216 ANI-V2424 ANI-V4816 ANI-V4832 ANI-V4848 ANI-V6416 ANI-V6432 ANI-V6448 ANI-V6464 Signal Type Composite Video w/Audio Composite Video w/Audio Composite Video w/Audio Composite Video w/Audio Composite Video w/Audio Composite Video w/Audio Composite Video w/Audio Composite Video w/Audio Composite Video w/Audio Composite Video w/Audio Composite Video w/Audio Composite Video w/Audio Composite Video w/Audio Composite Video w/Audio Composite Video w/Audio Composite Video w/Audio Composite Video w/Audio Composite Video w/Audio Composite Video w/Audio Composite Video w/Audio Composite Video w/Audio Composite Video w/Audio Composite Video w/Audio Composite Video w/Audio Composite Video Composite Video Composite Video Composite Video Composite Video Composite Video Composite Video Composite Video Composite Video Composite Video Composite Video Composite Video Composite Video Composite Video Composite Video Composite Video Composite Video Input Connection IYpe BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC 4 # of Inputs 4 8 8 8 8 16 16 16 16 24 24 24 32 32 32 48 48 48 48 64 64 64 64 128 4 8 8 8 16 16 16 24 32 24 48 48 48 64 64 64 64 Output Connection IYpe BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC # of Outputs 4 1 2 4 8 2 4 8 16 8 16 24 8 16 32 16 24 32 48 16 32 48 64 32 4 2 4 8 4 8 16 16 16 24 16 32 48 16 32 48 64

****** Page 7 ****** TYPES OF MATRIX SWITCHERS RGBIHV Model# ANI-RGB404 ANI-RGB404-A ANI-RGB802 ANI-RGB802-A ANI-RGB804 ANI-RGB804-A ANI-RGB808 ANI-RGB808-A ANI-RGB1604 ANI-RGB1604-A ANI-RGB1608 ANI-RGB1608-A ANI-RGB1616 ANI-RGB1616-A ANI-RGB2408 ANI-RGB2416 ANI-RGB2424 ANI-RGB3216 ANI-RGB3224 ANI-RGB3232 ANI-RGB4816 ANI-RGB4824 ANI-RGB4848 ANI-RGB6416 ANI-RGB6432 ANI-RGB6448 ANI-RGB6464 Signal Type RGB/HV RGB/HV w/Audio RGB/HV RGB/HV w/Audio RGB/HV RGB/HV w/Audi0 RGB/HV RGB/HV w/Audio RGB/HV RGB/HV w/Audio RGB/HV RGB/HV w/Audio RGB/HV RGB/HV w/Audio RGB/HV RGB/HV RGB/HV RGB/HV RGB/HV RGB/HV RGB/HV RGB/HV RGB/HV RGB/HV RGB/HV RGB/HV RGB/HV Input Connection IYpe BNC BNC & Terminal BNC BNC & Terminal BNC BNC & Terminal BNC BNC & Terminal BNC BNC & Terminal BNC BNC & Terminal BNC BNC & Terminal BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC 5 # of Inputs 4 4 8 8 8 8 8 8 16 16 16 16 16 16 24 24 24 32 32 32 48 48 48 64 64 64 64 Output Connection IYpe BNC BNC & Terminal BNC BNC & Terminal BNC BNC & Terminal BNC BNC & Terminal BNC BNC & Terminal BNC BNC & Terminal BNC BNC & Terminal BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC BNC # of Outputs 4 4 2 2 4 4 8 8 4 4 8 8 16 16 8 16 16 16 24 32 16 24 48 16 32 48 64

****** Page 8 ****** AUDIO CONNECTIONS The series matrix switchers with audio input/output supports unbalanced. audio signal(left) grounded(shield) audio signal(right) Figure 1: Unbalanced Input/Output audio connection 6

****** Page 9 ****** VGA MATRIX SWITCHER A>NEUVIDEO SYSTEM MONITOR POWER RS PROFESSIONAL CROSSPOINT MATRIX SWITCHERS Figure 2: ANI-VGA1608A FRONT PANEL INPUT HIGH RESOLUTION MATRIX SWITCHER v VGA UENO SAVE READ ESC ENTER RS-232 OUTPUT INPUT OUTPUT otF.Q)o RISK AC 100-240V Figure 3: ANI-VGA1608A REAR PANEL FEATURES • Professional matrix chip with 350MHz (-3dB) bandwidth when fully loaded Supports HDTV up to 2048×1536 60Hz refresh rate and 1280×1024 120Hz refresh rate • The switching status can be read directly from the LCD display • Remote control via front panel push buttons or RS-232 Audio follow Video or Audio Break-away Device address range is 1-255. Up to 255 devices can be controlled by cascading • Store 30 preset matrixes Matrix control software to manually switch matrix or automatically switch, etc. Faster switching speed with delay time less than 100ns • Standard rack mountable 19-inch chassis

****** Page 10 ****** VGA MATRIX SWITCHER VGA SPECIFICATIONS VGA Port SYNC Port Audio Port Control Type General Input & Output: Bandwidth: Input Level: Input 1/0 Impedance: Brightness Color Interfere: Echo Wasting: SNR (SIN): Switch Speed: Input level: Input impedance: Output level: Output impedance: Synchronous polarity: Input & Output: Bandwidth: Gain: SNR (SIN): Channel isolation: Input Impedance: Output Impedance: Front Panel Push Button RS-232 Windows based GUI Software 15HD-F Standard VGA 350MHz (-3dB) 0-1 OMHz (+0.2dB to -O. ldB) 0-120MHz (+6.5dB to -1.0dB) 0.5Vp-p min, 2.0Vp-p max 750 -68.5dB@5MHz -85dB@10MHz 72.8dB Up to 100ns 1 Vp-p-5Vp-p 10KQ Compatible TTL 750 Following 3.81 mm connector 1 MHz Unbalanced OdB (Can be changed), balanced 6dB 73.5dB (IVpp) empty-load >76dB @1KHz High resistance, >47KQ 47 Q Power Supply: AC 85V-265V, 50Hz/60Hz Power: 20-50W Size (VVxHxD): 19 x 3.5 x 9.4 in (482x89x240mm) Weight: 9.9 lb / 4.5 kg MTBF: 30000 hours Input & Output VGA (HD15Pin) port Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Name B NC GND R GND G GND B GND Description Red signal Green signal Blue signal Not used Place Red signal ground Green signal ground Blue signal ground Pin 9 10 11 12 13 14 14 15 8 Name NC GND GND NC H SYNC V SYNC V SYNC NC Description Not used Place Place Not used H SYNR V SYNR V SYNR Not used

****** Page 11 ****** RGB/HV MATRIX SWITCHER HIGH RESOLUTION MATRIX SWITCHER A>NEUVIDEO SYSTEM MONITOR v SAVE VGA READ ESC O PRO FESSIO NAL CROSSPOINT MAT RIX swrT ERS Figure 4: ANI-RGB808 FRONT PANEL INPUT o ouv OUTPUT ‘outputs Figure 5: ANI-RGB808 REAR PANEL e FEATURES • Professional matrix chip with 350MHz (-3dB) bandwidth when fully loaded • Supports HDTV up to 2048×1536 60Hz refresh rate and 1280×1024 120Hz refresh rate • The switching status can be read directly from the LCD display • Remote control via front panel push buttons or RS-232 • Audio follow Video or Audio Break-away • Can be used for RGB, RGBHV, YPBPR • Device address range is 1-255. Up to 255 devices can be controlled by cascading • Store 30 preset matrixes • Matrix control software to manually switch matrix or automatically switch, etc. • Faster switching speed with delay time less than 100ns • Standard rack mountable 19-inch chassis • Aluminum chassis to ensure better EMC 9

****** Page 12 ****** RGB/HV MATRIX SWITCHER RGB SPECIFICATIONS RGB Port Port Audio Port Control Type General Input & Output: Bandwidth: Input Level: Input 1/0 Impedance: Brightness Color Interfere: Echo Wasting: SNR (SIN): Switch Speed: Input level: Input impedance: Output level: Output impedance: Synchronous polarity: Input & Output: Bandwidth: Gain: SNR (SIN): Channel isolation: Input Impedance: Output Impedance: Front Panel Push Button RS-232 Windows based GUI Software Standard BNC 350MHz (-3dB) 0-1 OMHz (+0.2dB to -O. ldB) 0-120MHz (+6.5dB to -1.0dB) 0.5Vp-p min, 2.0Vp-p max 750 -68.5dB@5MHz -85dB@10MHz 72.8dB Up to 100ns IVp-p – 5Vp-p 10KQ Compatible TTL 750 Following 3.81 mm connector 1 MHz Balanced OdB 73.5dB (IVpp) >76dB @1KHz High resistance, >47KQ 47 Q Power Supply: AC 85V-265V, 50Hz/60Hz Power: 25W-1 OOW Size (VVxHxD): 19 x 5.3 x 9.4 in (482x134x240mm) Weight: 14.3 lbs / 6.5 kg MTBF: 50000 hours 10

****** Page 13 ****** COMPOSITE VIDEO SWITCHER HIGH RESOLUTION MATRIX SWITCHER A>NEUVIDEO SYSTEM UONltOR RS o “ENO v SAVE VGA READ ESC ENTER PROFESSIONAL CROSSPOINT MAT RIX SWIT ERS Figure 4: ANI-RGB808 FRONT PANEL OUTPUT Figure 5: ANI-RGB808 REAR PANEL FEATURES • Professional matrix chip with 100MHz (-3dB) bandwidth when fully loaded • The switching status can be read directly from the LCD display Remote control via front panel push buttons or RS-232 • Audio follow Video or Audio Break-away Device address range is 1-255. Up to 255 devices can be controlled by cascading • Store 30 preset matrixes • Matrix control software to manually switch matrix or automatically switch, etc. Faster switching speed with delay time less than 100ns Standard rack mountable 19-inch chassis

****** Page 14 ****** COMPOSITE VIDEO SWITCHER COMPOSITE VIDEO SPECIFICATIONS RGB Port Port Audio Port Control Type General Input & Output: Bandwidth: Input Level: Input 1/0 Impedance: Brightness Color Interfere: Echo Wasting: SNR (SIN): Switch Speed: Input level: Input impedance: Output level: Output impedance: Synchronous polarity: Input & Output: Bandwidth: Gain: SNR (SIN): Channel isolation: Input Impedance: Output Impedance: Front Panel Push Button RS-232 Windows based GUI Software BNC connector 1 OOMHz (-3dB) 0.5Vp-p Min, 2.0Vp-p Max 750 1.0Vp-p Min, 2.0Vp-p Max 750 75dB 0.23% 72.8dB Up to 100ns 1 Vp-p-5Vp-p 10KQ Compatible TTL 750 Following 3.81 mm connector 1 MHz Unbalanced OdB (Can be changed), balanced 6dB 73.5dB (IVpp) empty-load >76dB @1KHz High resistance, >47KQ 47 Q Power Supply: AC 1 oov-220V, 50Hz/60Hz Power: 25W-1 OOW Size (VVxHxD): 19 x 3.5 x 9.4 in (482x89x240mm) Weight: 9.9 lb / 4.5 kg MTBF: 50000 hours Figure 4-4: Connection Diagram of AV Matrix System 12

****** Page 15 ****** OPERATION MONITOR gee PROFESSIOB. CROSSPOINT MATRIX SWITHERES Liquid Cystal Display Region PRESS KEY OF FUNCTION REGION Stands for Audio when switch Stands for Video when switch Stands for VGA Model when switch VGA Stands for Audio synchronize with Video when switch AV Stands for into device menu MENU NOTE OF FUNCTION KEY Numeric Key Function Region Stands for saving the current status switching SAVE Stands for reading saved status switching READ Cancel ESC Ascertain ENTER “V, AV, A, VGA”: Model key for choosing VGA, VIDEO, AUDIO, DVI and HDMI, also can switch computer and video sync or separate. e.g. 1: means sync switching Video input signal (VGA, VIDEO, DVI, HDMI) to output 6 e.g. 2: Press”2″+”AV”+”4″+”ENTER” means separate switching the Audio/ Video input 2 (VGA, VIDEO, DVI, HDMI) to output 4 e.g. 3: means separate switching Video input 3 to output 5 e.g. 4: Press “3”+ttVGAJ’ means separate switching computer signal input 3 to output 5 “SAVE”: To save the corresponding connection of the input & output e.g. 1: Press “SAVE” +”ENTER” means saving the current status of input & output to a-I SAVE TO: storage location 2 while the total up to 30. 13

****** Page 16 ****** OPERATION “READ”: Call the saved input & output connection e.g.l: Press “READ +”ENTER SAVE 02 & output to storage location 2 while the total up to 30. “MENU”: To set baud, addr, beep and cycle t. SET BAUD 2, SET AOOR The LCD shows four choices 3. BEEP 4. SET CYCLE “1 “For Setting Baud 1. SET BAUO 2. SET AOOR Operation: Press “MENU” will popout SET BEEP SET CYCLE baud 9600), then press “enter” to finish the setting. Press “1” popout LOAD 1. 4800 > 2. 9600 3. 38400 4, 115200 means saving the current status of input choose baud rate (such as press 2 for BAUDRATE SET “2” For Setting the Addr Operation: Press “MENU” popout number of LCD will change to 1), press “ENTER” to finish the setting. 1. SET 3AUO 2, SET AOOR 3. SET BEEP 4. SET CYCLE 1, SET BAUD 2, SET 3. SET BEEP SET CYCLE 1. SET 8AUO 2. SET AOOR 3, SET BEEP 4, SET CYCLE Press “2” popout (1-254) SET choose the addr (such as press “1” and the “3” For Setting Beep Operation: Press “MENU” popout to finish the setting. “4” For Setting the Cycle of Status Operation: Press “MENU” popout second) then to next step SET SCENE NUMBER: 00 CYCLE ON Press Press “3” popout “4” popout ADDRESS SET 1. BEEP ON 2. BEEP OFF (1-9999) SET TIMING SECOND 0000 Press “l”beep on and then press ENTER” setting the cycle time of status (measure by setting the cycles of saved status, for example if cycle of 5 status, press “5” popout 2. CYCLE choose cycle on to finish setting PRESS ESC TO EXIT 14

****** Page 17 ****** PANEL SWITCH OPERATION FORMAT OF INPUT & OUTPUT SWITCH Way like this: “input”+”switch model”+”output”+”enter” Input: 9 number on the panel, also can combined two or three numbers together to choose double or triple digital Switch Model: A means switching computer & audio/ computer /Audio Output: 9 number on the panel, also can combined two or three numbers together to choose double or triple digital. OTHER OPERATION: 1. Input switch to Output: “input”+”V, AV, A, VGA”+”output”+”ENTER” 2. One input switch to all output: AV, A, 3. Close one output: “input O”+tv, AV, A, VGA” +UENTER” 4. Close all output: 15

****** Page 18 ****** PROTOCOL OF SERIAL PORT AND COMMAND CODE Before using the serial port to control the device, please confirm the following configuration: FACTORY DEFAULT SETTING FOR RS-232 Baud Rate: Data bit: Parity: Stop Bits: Flow Control- 9600bps 8 bits None 1 None Use a straight RS-232 cable. COMI Properties Port Settirvs 3600 Qata bits: 8 Earity None Stop bås: I flow contrcd: None DO NOT USE null modem cable. Restore Defaults Apply RS-232 PORT Matrix switcher has two serial ports: RS-232 input port and RS-232 output ports (Figure 1.6-1). The input port is connected to the computer and the output port is connected to other devices that communicate with the computer. If a user wants to control multiple serial devices by a computer or a central controller, you can cascade multiple devices without more serial ports by sending commands to other devices through RS-232 input port and RS-232 output port. Refer figure A and figure B. RS232-lN IN for DB9 Socket RS232-OUT 5 Out for DB9 Pin Figure 1.6-1 RS-232 connector pins used 2 RXD 3 TXD 5 GND 2 TXD 3 RXD 5 GND 2 RXD 3 TXD 5 GND 2 TXD 3 RXD 5 GND Figure A: RS-232 input port connected to computer 16 Figure B: Matrix RS-232 output port

****** Page 19 ****** PROTOCOL OF SERIAL PORT AND COMMAND CODE Definition of RS-232 Port COM IN (D-SUB9F) Definition of RS-232 Port COM OUT (D-SUB9M) Pin Name Description Not used Transferring data Receiving data Not used Signal ground Not used Not used Not used Not used [xilAll. All#. All$. [xil#. [xil$. [xilV[x2]. [xilA[x2]. [xilB[x2]. Pin Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 TXD GND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 TXD GND Description Not used Receiving data Transferring data Not used Signal ground Not used Not used Not used Not used ASCII CODE Code Compatible code Note: Switch input port [xl] to all output port. Switch the input port to its corresponding output port (1>1 , 2>2, 3>3.. Close all the output ports. Switch input port [xl] to output port [xl]. Close output port [x 1]. Switch video signal of input port [xl] to output port [x2]. Switch video signal of input port [xl] to output port [x2], [x3], [x4]. Switch audio signal of input port [xl] to output port [x21. Switch audio signal of input port [xl] to output port [x21, [x31, [x4]. Switch audio & video signal of input port [xl] to output port [x2]. Switch audio & video signal of input port [xl] to output port [x2], [x3], [x4]. Switch audio & video signal of input port [xl] to output port [x2]. Switch audio signal of input port [xl] to output port [x21. Switch video signal of input port [xl] to output port [x2]. Switch video signal of input port [xl] to output port [x2]. 1. [xll, [x21, [x31 are number of port, its range is 1—4/8/16/24/32/64/96/128/256 (according to different types of matrix). The code cannot be executed if it is out of range. 2. [ and] in the code are not sending characters. 3. The ending character of each code cannot be omitted, i.e. etc. Be sure it must be an English character. 17

****** Page 20 ****** PROTOCOL OF SERIAL PORT AND COMMAND CODE CODE EXAMPLES 1. Switch an input port to all output ports: [xl]All. e.g. : The code to switch input port 3 to all output ports is “3All.” 2. Switch all input ports to corresponding output ports: All#. e.g. : The status of AV8x8 matrix after executing the code is: 1->1 3. Close all output ports: All$. “All$. ” e.g. : To close all the output ports, execute 4. Close one or more output ports: [x]$. e.g. : To close output port 5, execute . To close output port 1, 2 and 3, execute 5. Switch video signal: [xl]V[x2]. e.g. : To switch video signal of input port 3 to output port 5, execute: 10, execute: 6. Switch audio signal: [xl]A[x2]. e.g. : To switch audio signal of input port 5 to output port 6, execute: execute: 7. Switch audio & video signal: [xl]B[x2]. “3V5.” “5A6.” ; To switch video signal of input port 3 to output port 3, 5 and • To switch audio signal of input port 12 to output 3, 5 and 10, e.g. : To switch audio & video signal of input port 10 to output port 12, 14 and 15, execute: TROUBLESHOOTING Please check when the following problems occur: When the peripherals connected to the matrix switcher have a ghost image and the display does not generally have problems. The display may not be correctly tuned or quality wire impedance is mismatched by the signal generating double or multiple reflections. Adjust the display or replace the wire to solve the problem. In case of color loss or no signal on an Output, check the connecting port. When the AV matrix cannot be controlled by RS-232 (PC Serial port), please check the configuration of the port and the connection of the port. Switch with no output image: Check corresponding Input signal (can refer to oscilloscope or multimeter), if there’s no Input signal, check the connecting cable, connector, maybe change to another connector. Check corresponding Output signal (refer to oscilloscope or multimeter), if there’s no Output signal, check the connecting cable, connector, maybe change to another connector. If power light is Off and no display on the LCD check the connection of power. While you may laugh at this, it does happen. If the output image shows interference, the input & output devices may not be grounded. If you feel electrostatic spark when pulling, inserting audio or video connectors, it is possible the matrix switcher is not properly grounded. Please ground the device(s) or it will easily damage the equipment and reduce the life. If LCD displays, the serial port returns code, but there is no video or audio output: The audio and video connector may be loose. The cable may be short-circuited. If the AV matrix cannot be controlled by the front panel push buttons or RS-232, the switcher may be damaged. 18

****** Page 21 ****** SOFTWARE OPERATION INSTRUCTION SOFTWARE OPERATION INSTRUCTION 1 . Run the software and the interface is as following: “trixCtrl Fix Fix 2. Right click “Matrix Fix” and menu appears like I MatrixCtr1 File(E.) Help(H) F Sanage Matrif Fi , New Connect i i , Save Ready 3. Click “Add Device”, a dialog appears. Select serial port number, baud rate and address. rztY2xCtr1 Fix I Cormect Property Baud.Rate : Address 19

****** Page 22 ****** SOFTWARE OPERATION INSTRUCTION 4. Click “0K” to connect the device. After receiving device information, the controlling Interface is done I MatrixCtr1 File(E) Window(E) •anace Natrix Fix Ready Help(tÜ Input Channel Input 9 Input Output Channel Outputt Output9 Output17 Control Button Save x Input2 Input I O Inputt8 Output2 Output. 10 Output 18 Input3 Input 19 Output3 Outputl Output19 RGBNXN Input. 4 Input 12 Output4 Output 12 Output20 IroutS Input13 Outputs 13 Output21 Cancel Input6 Input 14 Outputs Output. 14 Output.22 Inputt Input 15 Output7 Outpull S Output.23 Inputs Input 16 Input24 Outputs Output 1B Output24 The left bar displays the name and type of the device connected. The appears: MattixCtt1 RGB24x name can be renamed. Right click on the name, a pop menu RGB24x24 MatrixCtrI – File(E) Whdow(E) File(E) View(L) Window(hU) Helpe D a zue- Fix •anace Fix Delete Fix Retvn.e Fix Rerwne Ch&rtel .. Inputt7 32*32 1 Fix ‘anage Matrix Fix Output Chamel Output I Input2 Input Input It Output: Click Click “Delete Device” to delete the device connected. “Rename” to rename the device connected. 20

****** Page 23 ****** Click SOFTWARE OPERATION INSTRUCTION “Port Name” to change the names of input & output and preset groups. The interface is as following: MatrixCtr1 File(ä) View(L) Fix •anage Matrix Fix 32X32 Input Channel nvm nvn•2 1 Outp o Swi t I Channel Name Input Channel Inputl Input2 Input3 Input4 InputS Input6 Input7 Input8 Input9 Inputl O Inputl 1 Inputl 2 Inputl 3 Inputl 4 Inputl S In ut16 Ca.neel Click “0K” to save changes. The caption of button on the interface is also changed as shown below: MatrixCtrI – RGB24X24 File(E) Viev•o Window(E) Fix •anage Help(d) 32X32 Input Channel DVDI Input. 9 Input Out-put Channel DVD2 Input. 10 Input 4BX4 VIDE03 ovol OVD2 VIDE03 Input4 InputS Input6 Input7 Inputs Input9 Input10 Inputl 1 Input 12 Input 13 Input14 Input IS In ut16 48X4 VIDE03 Input. 11 Input 19 RGB24 Input-4 In Inr Inr 5. When the device is connected to the software, the connection information is saved. If the number of serial port, the address of the device and the baud rate are not changed, the software can directly display the device information and the status of connection the next time the software starts. To save the device information, click “Matrix Device” and select “Save Device Information” as shown below: MatrixCtr1 – RGB24X24 File(E) View(L) Window(u) Fix •anage Matrix New Connect Save 21 Help(d) Chan.n€ Input9

****** Page 24 ****** SOFTWARE OPERATION INSTRUCTION 6. Users can switch the input port to more output ports in one time as shown below: MätråxCtr1 – Fie(E) Fix •anage Matrix Fix Pease RCB24X24 3202 Input. Channel laput9 Output Channel Outputl Output17 Control button Input10 Input18 Output2 Output 10 Outputt8 19 Output3 Output19 Input4 Input12 Input,20 Output4 Out Output 12 Output20 Input 13 Input21 OutputS Output21 Inputs Input 14 Input22 Outputs Output I A Output22 Input 15 InputZ3 OutputT Output23 x Inpute Invut16 Input24 Outputs Output24 The above operation switches input port 8 to output port 1, Click “0K” to execute as shown below: 2, 4, 10 and 19 in one time. Output9 Output 17 ;witch Mode 1/1 dee Button Save Output 10 Output18 Outputt I Outputl 9 Read Output 12 Output20 Output13 Output21 Cancel 22 Output14 Output22 Output-IS Output23 Output16 Output24

****** Page 25 ****** SOFTWARE OPERATION INSTRUCTION 7. Click “Save , ” “Read” to operate preset groups. There are altogether 30 preset groups as shown below: RGB24X24 MatrixCtcI – Help(H) o a ague – Fix •anage Matrix Fix Input DVDi Irvut9 Input i 7 Preset Group Inputt9 Cancel Read 23 RGB24X24 Input4 Ioput12 Input20 16 InputS Input 13 Inpuf21 RGB24X24 InputS Input 14 Inpuf.22 Input 10 Input 18 14 24 Input 7 Input IS Input-23 11 21 12 13 18 Cancel 19 Inpats Input16 Input24 Output8 Output 16 Output24 Svitch ‘ode Control button S ave

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