Belkin OmniView F1DV108Aea Quick Installation Manual

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Quick Installation Guide F1DV108Aea



TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

Intoduction 1. What is the ExpandView™ CAT5? ............................................................. 1

1. What is the ExpandView™ CAT5?

Overview 2. The multi-functional ExpandView™ CAT5 ................................................. 2 3. The ExpandView™ CAT5 ........................................................................... 3 Installation 4. Expanding the ExpandView™ CAT5 .......................................................... 5 5. Pre-installation instructions ..................................................................... 5 6. The ExpandView™ CAT5 cables................................................................ 5 The Remote Video cable .......................................................................... 6 Connecting the CAT5 cables .................................................................... 6 Power supply ............................................................................................ 6 Configuration 7. The ExpandView™ CAT5 configuration for a CBT application .................. 7 8. ExpandView™ CAT5 detailed connections ................................................ 8 9. The ExpandView™ CAT5 configuration without remote computers ......... 9 10. Operating the ExpandView™ CAT5 ....................................................... 10

The ExpandView™ CAT5 from Belkin broadcasts real-time high-resolution video signals to hundreds of remote display monitors. The ExpandView™ CAT5 consists of the following: • Broadcaster + Control Unit • Line Splitters to expand the system • Remote module that connect to each remote monitor/computer • Dual Remote module connects 2 monitors to the system CAT5 UTP or FTP cables connect the ExpandView™ CAT5. The Remote units can be up to 110m/360ft away from the Broadcaster. This Quick Installation Guide illustrates the ExpandView™ CAT5 and explains how to install and operate it.

Technical Specifications Technical Specifications ............................................................................. 11

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OVERVIEW

OVERVIEW

2. The multi-functional ExpandView™ CAT5

3. The ExpandView™ CAT5

You can use the ExpandView™ CAT5 in the following ways:

The figures below illustrate the Broadcaster module, Line Splitter, Remote module and Dual Remote module.

(A) Without the Control Unit The ExpandView™ CAT5 constantly broadcasts a computer screen to all remote monitors. (B) With the Control Unit • Broadcast a computer screen to all remote monitors

Broadcaster Module Power Connector

System Cables

Monitor

• Darken all remote screens • Release the remote screens to allow local monitor viewing (when remote computers are connected). The screen dark function is useful when carrying out maintenance, changing the broadcast program or in a classroom environment to grab students’ attention. With both applications broadcast the video up to resolutions of 1600 x 1200 @ 75Hz depending on the cable length.

ExpandView CAT5 Control Unit

Video Cable

Linesplitter Power Connector

System Cables

System cable from Broadcaster or previus Line Splitter

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3

OVERVIEW

INSTALLATION Remote Module

Video Cable

4. Expanding the ExpandView™ CAT5

System Cables

Picture adjuster

You can expand the ExpandView™ CAT5 to 512 Remote modules by having 2 levels of Line Splitters. Level 1 Line Splitters can have 8 Remote modules or Line Splitters connected. Level 2 Line Splitters can have 8 Remote modules connected. (See page 7).

5. Pre-installation instructions

SIDE A

SIDE B

Monitor

Note! In the ExpandView™ CAT5 the CAT5 UTP or FTP cables carry electrical power. Therefore do NOT connect them to any other device. To avoid this we recommend you attach the stickers provided to the ends of each cable. Place cables away from fluorescent lights, air conditioners and machines that are likely to generate electrical noise.

6. The ExpandView™ CAT5 VGA video cables The Video cable is illustrated below. Connect the cable as explained.

Dual Remote Module To monitors

Broadcaster & Remote Video cable Dual Remote Module

To Computer’s Video Card

To Broadcaster’s or Remote’s Video In port

System Cables

To monitors

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5

INSTALLATION

CONFIGURATION

The Remote Video cable The Remote Video cable is only used with the Remote module when the Dongle is connected to a computer.

7. The ExpandView™ CAT5 configuration for a CBT application

Connecting the CAT5 cables Please note! Connect the CAT5 cables to the Broadcaster and Line Splitter modules when the modules are powered off. We recommend that you connect the CAT5 cables BEFORE connecting the power supply. Power supply Connect the Broadcaster and Line Splitters to the power supply with the 12 VDC, 2A from the AC/DC adapter provided. The Remote modules and the Dual Remote module receive 12 VDC, 160 mA via the CAT5 cables from the Broadcaster or Line Splitter.

The figure below illustrates the ExpandView™ CAT5 configuration with the ExpandView™ CAT5 Control Unit and the optional remote computers. The Dual Remote module has no VGA input and is therefore not suitable for CBT applications. Control Unit

Broadcaster Module CAT5 cables to Remotes or Line Splitters

Video cable

Broadcaster Computer Video cable

CAT5 cables to Remotes or Line Splitters

Level 1

Remote Computer

Remote module

Line Splitter Video cable

Remote Computer

Remote module

CAT5 cables to Remotes

Level 2

Line Splitter Video cable CAT5 cables to Remotes

Remote Computer

Remote module

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7

CONFIGURATION

CONFIGURATION

8. ExpandView™ CAT5 detailed connections

9. The ExpandView™ CAT5 configuration without remote computers

The figure below illustrates the detailed connections of the ExpandView™ CAT5.

The figure below illustrates the ExpandView™ CAT5 configuration without optional computers connected to the Remote modules and the Dual Remote module. Connect the Broadcaster and Line Splitters as in figure 1. Figure 2 illustrates the detailed connections of the Remote module. Remote Module

Control Unit

Control Unit

CAT5 cables to Remotes or Line Splitters

CAT5 cables to Remotes or Line Splitters

CAT5 cables to Broadcaster or Line Splitters Remote module

Broadcaster Module Video cable

Broadcaster Module

Broadcaster Computer

Figure 2

Dual Remote Module CAT5 cables to Remotes or Line Splitters

CAT5 cables to Remotes or Line Splitters

Video cable

Broadcaster Computer CAT5 cables to Remotes or Line Splitters

Line Splitter

Remote module

Line Splitter

Video cable CAT5 cables to Remotes or Line Splitters

Instead of the Remote module, use the Dual Remote Module to connect 2 screens to the Broadcaster or Line Splitter via CAT5 cable. The 2 screens display the images broadcast by the Broadcaster computer. CAT5 cables to Broadcaster or Line Splitters

Remote module

Remote Computer Dual Remote module

CAT5 cables to Remotes

Dual Remote module

CAT5 cables to Remotes

Line Splitter

Line Splitter

CAT5 cables to Remotes

Figure 1

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Remote module

Figure 3

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CONFIGURATION

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

10. Operating the ExpandView™ CAT5

SYSTEM

Once connected, the ExpandView CAT5 broadcasts to all remote monitors. ™

The Control Unit The Control Unit is illustrated below

To Broadcaster’s Control port

With the ExpandView™ CAT5 Control Unit carry out the following functions: Master to all Press the Master to all button to send the broadcaster’s screen to all remote monitors. The LED above the button lights up. Press the button again to release the remote monitors. Dark all Press the Dark all button to darken all remote screens. The LED above the button lights up. Press the button again to release the remote screens.

Resolution

Up to 1600x1200 @ 75 Hz

System cable

CAT5 UTP or FTP 2x4x24 AWG Solid Wire Conductor cable

Max distance

110m/360ft

Input/Output Video Signals

Analog signal red, green, blue 0.7v p-p 75 Ohm

Sync.

TTL compatible

Horizontal/Vertical Sync. Polarity

Positive/Negative

Operating temperature

0ºC to 40ºC/32ºF to 104ºF

Storage temperature

-40ºC to 70ºC/-40ºC to 158ºF

Humidity

80% non condensing relative humidity

Warranty

3 Years

Cables & Connectors

BROADCASTER MODULE

LINE SPLITTER

REMOTE MODULE

VGA In - HDD15M

System In - RJ45

System In - RJ45

VGA Out - HDD15F

System Out - RJ45

CPU VGA - HDD15M

System Out - 8 Ports RJ45

Screen - HDD15F

Control - MiniDin8F Dimensions

175 x 96 x 42mm/ 0.57 x 0.38 x 0.14ft

118 x 96 x 42mm/ 0.39 x 0.38 x 0.14ft

78 x 62 x 23mm/ 0.31 x 0.26 x 0.07ft

Power supply

External Power Adapter 12VDC 2A

External Power Adapter 12VDC 2A

From previous unit through CAT5 cable

DUAL REMOTE MODULE

11. Adjusting the picture quality

Cables & Connectors

Use a small screwdriver to turn the Picture adjuster on the Remote module to adjust the picture quality.

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System In - RJ45 Screen x 2 - HDD15F

Power supply

From previous unit through CAT5 cable

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ExpandView™ CAT5

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