HDANYWHERE XTND 2K30 (01) PDF MANUAL


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****** Page 1 ****** HOANYWHERE XTND 21TX) Uncompressed HOMI TMDS signal transmission Fix EOIO settings HC CONNECTIVITY LTD.t-edirg ss HCANYWI-IERE in Eng&rd end We—s. Compeny No: Repute-ed office: HE’/EfEld One. MslvsrL ‘WRI 1 CF Z. Cznt.zt COU16US7S3Z 2

****** Page 3 ****** XTND2K30 TX / RX 1. “HDMI Input port”: Connect a HOMI source e.g. a BILI-Ray player, with a HDMI Cable. 2. “EOID Switch”: See Page 7 3. *Local HOMI Port”: Connect a local display or secondary device to this port via HDMI cable 4. “IR Plug the supplied IR TX into this port 5. “Cat 5e/6 output”: Connect the CAT 5e/6 cabling run from the receiver to this port 6. “DC5VIA”: Connectthe included OC5VIA power supply 7. “Short Run Adjust”: See Page 7 8. “HDMI Output port”: Connect a HOMI display or projector g. “IR (IN)”: Plug the supplied IR RX into this port 10. “Cat 5e/6 input”: Connectthe CAT 5e/6 cabling run from the transmitterto this port 1 4 2 5 3 o 6 7 8 10 HC CONNECTIVIT”‘ LTD. tredirg ss HCANYVi1HEE- registe•ei in Englard sni Vie—s. Compeny No: office: Hsyzfkld One MslvsrL ‘WRI 1 CF E. Cznt.ezt COU16US7S3Z 3

****** Page 4 ****** SETTING UP IR CONTROL The XTND2K30 backwards IR, this allows IR signals to be passed through the installed CAT cable from the display to the source device. SOURCE CONTROL VIA IR (BACKWARDS IR) 1. Plug IR Transmitter TX into the 3.5mm jack port labelled IR OUT on the XTND2K30 Transmitter 2. Place IR TransmitterTX bud (small circular part) in front of the IR eye of the source (where you would normally point the remote to control the HDMI source device). 3. Plug IR Receiver RX into the 3.5mm jack port labelled IR IN on the XTND2K30 Receiver. 4. Place IR Receiver at or near the display (position it close to where you would usually point your remote to turn your TV on or off). HDMI Cable IR Cable Cat Cable DC14V HC CONNECTIVITY LTD.t-edirg ss HCANYWI-IERE in Eng&rd end We—s. Compeny No: Repute-ed office: HE’/EfEld One. MslvsrL ‘WRI 1 CF Z. Cznt.zt COU16US7S3Z 4

****** Page 5 ****** CABLES & WIRING Notes on your network cabling Currently you can use Cat* Cat’ Cat6eI Cat6a, Cat7 or Cat7a with HDA products OO NOT USE COPPER CLAD ALUMINIUM (CCA) Cat 5/6/7 CABLE The baseline cable standard for HOanywhere systems is Cat5e. Greater distances and reliability can be achieved by using Cat6, or slightly better still with the Cat7, which have thicker copper cores and shielding for easier signal transfer. Optimum performance Whichever network cable type you choose, ensure that the main wiring architecture is ‘solid core’, not stranded ‘patch’ cabling. Patch cabling can be used for the last few metres of a run (say from a wallplate) but should be avoided over the longer runs as signal transfer over stranded cores IS heavily reduced. The use of pre-made leads is not recommenda] unless you can be absolutely sure of their construction credentials (i.e. solid core 5683). For absolute optimum performance, use a single piece of Cat cable terminated directly at the transmitter and the receiver ends. Make sure to use the correct connectortypes I.e. RJ45 solid core crimp connectors. Shielded cables Unlike other systems, shielded FTP cable is not a stipulation. If however you preferred this type of cable please ensure compatible shielded accessories are used. Failure to terminate cable screen at all points can induce interference rather than eliminating it. Patch panels and wall plates If the patch panels are terminated correctly, there is minimal loss of distance, however the use of wellplates and patch panels has the potential to cause increased resistance on the cable, introducing pinch points for signal transmission. and could reduce advertised transmission lengths. TIP — of RJ45 use brush ilWtead to maintain the finW1. A for will yield many Connection termination Terminate the cabling using RJ45 connectors to the 568B wiring standard (shown below). RJ45 Pinout T-568B 1. White Orange 2, Orange 3. White Green 5. White Blue 6, Greeri 7. White Brown 8. Brown Notes on your HDMI cabling HOANYWHERE recommends using suitably robust good quality HDMI cables. It is not advised to use passive HDMI cables over 5 metres in length ether on the inputs or the outputs of the matrix hub or display receivers. In circumstances where HDMI cables longer than 5 metres are required, HDA recommends utilising an Active HDMI cable option, optical-fibre or similar HC CONNECTIVIT”‘ LTD. tredirg ss HCANYVi1HEE- registe•ei in Englard sni Vie—s. Compeny No: office: Hsyzfkld One MslvsrL ‘WRI 1 CF E. Cznt.ezt COU16US7S3Z 5

****** Page 6 ****** SETUP 1. Power off the display and your HOMI source device 2 Connect the unpowered HDMI source to the HOMI input on the XTND using suitably robust HOMI cabling options (i.e. guaranteed to support 6.75Gbps bandwidth). 3. Connect the display such as a HOW or Projector to the HDMI output port on the XTNO using suitably robust HDMI cabling options (i.e. guaranteed to support 18Gbps bandwidth). 4. Plug in the power for the XTND. 5 Power on the HDMI source device followed by the display. 6. At this point the display should show the video and audio of the HOMI source device connected to the XTND. SPECIFICATIONS TX/ RX form factor Inputs / outputs Transmission tech. Video bandwidth ESD protection Device / Package weight Dimensions (W/D/H) Power Operating temperature Storage temperature Relative humidity Power consumption Guarantee Guarantee Lightweight slender aluminium enclosure with integrated mounting wings HDMI in / Rd45 out / IR 3.5mm jack (out = from RX) RJ45 in / HDMI out / IR 3.5mm jack (in = to TX) TMOS 165MHz / 6.75Gbps ± 8kV (air-gap discharge) ± 4kV (contact discharge) 56/ 700 g 78/ 67 / 16 mm (TX and RX) 5V/1A DC type connector (US/ELI standards, CE/FCC/UL certified) 32’Fto IOVF (oecto to 140’F (-20•C to 2090 % RH (non-condensing) 9.5W (max) 2 year guarantee 2 year guarantee HC CONNECTIVITY LTD.t-edirg ss HCANYWI-IERE in Eng&rd end We—s. Compeny No: Repute-ed office: HE’/EfEld One. MslvsrL ‘WRI 1 CF Z. Cznt.zt COU16US7S3Z 6

****** Page 7 ****** EDID MANAGEMENT An Extended Display Identification Data (EDID) is data sent by a display to describe its capabilities to a HOMI source. For example, it’s what enables a modern computer to know what kinds of monitors are connected to it. The XTND 2K (30m) can copy EOID data from both the local display or the remote display. If the EDIO switch is in the ‘right’ position it will copy EDIO data from the local display. In the ‘left position it will copy EOID data from the remote display. RECOMMENDED EQ SETTINGS SHORT RUN ADJUST If you find that your picture quality is low (sparkling or dropping out altogether) you can adjust the short run settings to improve the picture. You can typically assume the correct position of the switches based on the distances shown below. Each distance has two positions if one does not work try the other. The XTND2K30 supports distances above 30m when using resolutions below 1080p. Position 3 uu 7 2 4 6 uuu 8 Cable Length Under 15m (49.5ft) 15-30m (49.5ft – 99ft) 30-40m (99ft – 1 32ft) 40-50m (132ft – 1 64ft) Switch up Switch dawn HC CONNECTIVIT”‘ LTD. tredirg ss HCANYVi1HEE- registe•ei in Englard sni Vie—s. Compeny No: office: Hsyzfkld One MslvsrL ‘WRI 1 CF E. Cznt.ezt COU16US7S3Z 7

****** Page 8 ****** IMPORTANT INFORMATION Terms and Policies, including General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other Data Protection Laws. During the setup process of this device, the HOA Pro (Installer) and End-User are required to agree to a set of terms, conditions. rules, policies and license agreements, including the HOANYWHERE Privacy Policy. These terms, notices and policies are, collectively, the “Agreements”. By installing or using this MHUB, you agree to be bound by the Agreements. EU Conformity Hereby, HDANYWHERE declares that this HDMI connectivity device is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of the following Directives: 2006/95/EC (LVO Directive); 2004/108/EC (EMC Directive); 1 ggg/5/EC (R&TTE Directive). The full text of the ELI declaration of conformity is available in the compliance section at HOANYWHERE.com/legals Recycling your device properly In some areas, the disposal of certain electronic devices is regulated. Make sure you dispose of or recycle your device in accordance with your local laws and regulations. FCC€O HDANYWHERE LIMITED PRODUCT (2 YEAR) GUARANTEE WHO WE ARE 1. We are HD CONNECTIVITY LTD trading as HDANYWHERE (“HDA”), a Imited company registered under number 06046737 in England and Wales with Its registered offices at unit 23 Link Business Centre, Link Way, Malvern, Worcestershire, WR14 1 LIQ. OUR GUARANTEE TO YOU 2. We, HDANYWHERE warrant to you, the end user [MGI] of the HDA hardware (the “Products”) thet on the date of delivery of the Products to you, and for a period of 3 years from that date of delivery, the Products shall: (a) match any description that has been provided to you; (b) be free from any significant defects in their design, the materials used to make them, and the way they are made; (c) be of satisfactory quality (within the meaning of the Consumer Rights Act 2015); and (d) be fit for any purpose held out by us. This 3 year period, or, if the period has been extending to 4 years in accordance with paragraph 3, will be the “Guarantee Period”. We offer this guarantee to all our customers who are resident and have an address in Great Britain and Northern Ireland. [MG2] EXTENDING YOUR GUARANTEE 3. On registering your Products with the HDA Cloud, the guarantee offered in paragraph 2 by us will automatically extend for a period of one year, provided that your registration takes place within 30 days from the date of delivery. The one year guarantee extension starts automatically from the date that the original 3 year guarantee ends. HOW TO CLAIM ON YOUR GUARANTEE AND YOUR REMEDIES 4 Subject to paragraphs 5 and 6 of this guarantee, Your sole remedies under Our guarantee to You are as follows: (i)Up to 30 days: we will repair or replace your Products or provide you with a full refund of the price of the defective Products at your option. (ii) up to 6 Months: we will repair or replace your Products. If we are unable to repair or replace your Products we Will provide you with a full refund of the price of the defective Products. HC CONNECTIVITY LTD.t-edirg ss HCANYWI-IERE in Eng&rd end We—s. Compeny No: Repute-ed office: HE’/EfEld One. MslvsrL ‘WRI 1 CF Z. Cznt.zt COU16US7S3Z 8

****** Page 9 ****** (iii) Up to 3 (4) Years: we Will repair or replace your Products. If we are unable to repair or replace your Products we Will provide you with a partial refund of the price of the defective Products based upon the devaluation of the Products since the time of purchase. 5. In order to claim under the guarantee given to you in paragraph 2 you WII need to: (a) give us notice in writing ofyour intentionto clam underthe guarantee duringthe Guarantee Period, and do so within a reasonable tme after finding that some or all of the Products do not comply with the guarantee set out in paragraph 2; (b) show that the Products that you claim are defective, have been examined by a HDA Pro or other authorised or suitably qualified installer, and that they have[MG3] confirmed in writing that the suspected defect in the Products stems solely from a fault in the HDA hardware; (c) gwe us a reasonable opportunityto examine the Products in question; (d) provide us with an order number and a dated sales or delivery recapt from an HDA Distributor, HDA Pro or other authorised dealer, reseller or installer of the Products. (e) obtain from us in advance of returning the Products a retum merchandise authorisation and/or case numberlMG41 ; and (f) (if asked to do so by us) return such Products tour place of business at our cost. CIRCUMSTANCES WHERE YOUR GUARANTEE DOESN’T APPLY 6. We shall not be liable for the Products’ failure to comply with the guarantee setout in paragraph 2 in any of the following events: (a) If you make any further use of the Products after giving us notice of an issue in accordance with paragraph 5; (b) the defect arises becauseyou failed to follow our oral or written instructions as to the storage, installation[MG5] use and maintenance of the Products; (c) the defect arises as a result ofyour use of the Products with any other software or hardware thet is not compatible with the Products; (d) the products are used by you for any commercial purpose, including rental or demonstrative purposes; (e) you alter or repairthe Products without the written consent of HDA; (f) the defect arises as a result of an act of god, fair wear and tear, or your misuse, abuse, unreasonable use, Wilful damage, negligence, or abnormal storage of the Products or by any other causes unrelated to defective hardware or manufacturing; (g) where the serial number has been altered, defaced or removed; (h) where the warranty seal on the system has been altered, defaced or removed; or (i) where the Products differ from their description as a result of changes made to ensure they comply with applicable statutory or regulatory requirements. TRANSFERRING YOUR GUARANTEE TO SOMEONE ELSE 7. [HDA will not accept any liability under such guarantee unless you are the original customer or can produce a letter or chain of letters from the original customer and subsequent customers (where appropriate) transferring the benefit of the guarantee to you-I PRODUCTS THAT ARE NOT COVERED BY THIS GUARANTEE 8. This guarantee does not cover products sold and clearly marked “as is”, “B-grade”, or with faults. This guarantee does not apply to any system software that is preinstalled in the HDA hardware, or is subsequently provided via update or upgrade releases. Any and all HDA software is licensed to you under the terms of a separate end user licence agreement found here: [EULA Linkl HOW THIS GUARANTEE WORKS WITH OUR EULA g. We may void this guarantee if we reasonably believe that the HDA ystem has been used in a manner that violates terms of our separate End user Licence Agreement (EIJLA) for the HOA software. You assume all-risk and liabilities associated with the use of third party products in conjunction with the Products. YOUR STATUTORY RIGHTS 10. This guarantees is in addition to your statutory rights (including under the Consumer Rights Act) which are not affected by this guarantee GENERAL TERMS OF THIS GUARANTEE 11. Except as provided in this guarantee, we shall have no liabilityto you in respect of the Products’ failure to comply with the guarantee set out in paragraph 2. 12. We reserve the right to amend or withdraw this guarantee at any time although for the avoidance of doubt any guarantees that are in existence at such a time will be honoured. 13. These Conditions shall apply to any repaired or replacement Product supplied by us. GUARANTEE CONTACT INFORMATION To contact (support@hdanywhere.com) or call HDANYWHERE Technical Support (call charges will depend on your telephone provider. Please check with your operator for exact charges). The team is available gam – 5pm weekdays. To help us handle your query promptly, please have your invoice number and model SKI-I and serial ready. HC CONNECTIVIT”‘ LTD. tredirg ss HCANYVi1HEE- registe•ei in Englard sni Vie—s. Compeny No: office: Hsyzfkld One MslvsrL ‘WRI 1 CF E. Cznt.ezt COU16US7S3Z 9

****** Page 10 ****** Please give us your feedback We love to hear ideas for how we might improve our products and your experiences using thenm If we can make something better, we will, at the earliest opportunity. Whether that be a software or hardware change. So don’t keep it to yourself, let us know. And if your idea gets used – we will credit you publicly and send you a nice gift to say thanks! HDANYWHERE.com/feedback HDANYWHERE HOANYNHERE assumes no responsibilty for any Inaccuracies that may be contained in this document. In no event will HOÅNYWHERE be liable for direct, indirect, special, or consequential damages resulting from any defect or omission in this docume-lt, even if ad’,æd of the possibility of such damages. ‘2020 HO Connectivity Ltd. trading as HOANYIVHEREE’ or its affiliates. All rights reserved. HCANYNHERE and XTNO logos are trademarks of HOÅNYWHERE8 or its affiliates. HC CONNECTIVITY LTD.t-edirg ss HCANYWI-IERE in Eng&rd end We—s. Compeny No: Repute-ed office: HE’/EfEld One. MslvsrL ‘WRI 1 CF Z. Cznt.zt COU16US7S3Z 10


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