AMX Endeleo Multi-Format Receiver UDM-RX01 User Manual
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Quick Start Guide

UDM-RX01 EndeleoMulti-FormatReceiver

Overview

Installed at the display device, the UDM-RX01(FG-UDM-RX01)converts the signal received from a UDMMulti-FormatDistribution Hub to standard A/V signals(FIG. 1).

Configuration

The UDM-RX01is configured via the UDM Hub’s WebConsole. Refer to the UDM Hub’sOperation/Reference Guide for details.

FIG. 1 UDM-RX01

With intelligent receiver technology, each UDM-RX01is powered directly from the UDMMulti-FormatDistribution Hub. As the hub is switched from one video/audio source to another, the receiver detects a change in signal and automatically switches the output device to its new video format.

Compatibility

The UDM-RX01is compatible for use with the following UDM Hubs:

UDM-0102

(FG-UDM-0102)

UDM-0404

(FG-UDM-0404)

UDM-1604

(FG-UDM-1604C)

UDM-1604

(FG-UDM-1604)

Product Specifications

UDM-RX01Specifications

Power Requirements:

 

24VDC @ .75A

 

 

Note: TheUDM-RX01is remotely powered by the UDM

 

 

Multi-FormatDistribution Hub (seeSystem Overview ).

 

 

 

Rear Panel Connectors:

 

 

 

Power Socket:

2.1mm barrel-styleDC power socket (female)

 

 

UDM Hub (RJ45)

Provides audio/video transport as well as control via Cat5,

Port:

Cat5e or Cat6 to an UDM Hub.

 

 

Serial (RJ12) port:

Enables an administrator to control the various functions

 

 

to the UDM-RX01from a command line prompt and termi-

 

 

nal connection.

 

 

• Requires a DB9-to-RJ12adapter cable(FG-RS01)to

 

 

connect to a PC.

 

 

• 9600, 8 bit, No Parity, 1 Stop Bit

 

 

IR Rx Port:

3.5mm stereo input port, for connection of an IR receiver

 

 

to allow setup of the UDM-RX01,local compensation

 

 

controls, and remote control of centrally located IR

 

 

devices.

 

 

IR Tx Port:

3.5mm stereo IR Transmitter output port allows one IR-

 

 

controlled device (such as a DVD or VCR player) to be

 

 

controlled via optional wired IR emitter.

 

 

Audio Connectors:

• Black RCA female connector - Digital audio

 

 

• White RCA female connector - Analog audio Left

 

 

• Red RCA female connector - Analog audio Right

 

 

Video Connectors:

• Yellow RCA female connector - CVBS (supports

 

 

composite video)

 

 

S-Video-S-videofemale connector

 

 

• VGA - HD15 female connector (supports VGA video)

 

 

• Green RCA female connector - Component output: Y

 

 

• Blue RCA female connector - Component output: Pb

 

 

• Red RCA female connector - Component output: Pr

 

 

Operating Environment:

• 35°F - 95°F (5°C - 35°C)

 

 

• Max. relative humidity - 85% (non-condensing)

 

 

Dimensions (HWD):

1" x 8 15/16” x 3 3/8” (25 mm x 227 mm x 85 mm)

 

 

Weight:

1.45 lb. (658 g)

 

 

Certifications:

• CE

 

 

• FCC part 15 Class A

Other AMX Equipment: • RS232 DB9/RJ12 Connection Cable (FG-RS01)

UDM-RC02Multi-FormatIR Remote Control(FG-UDM-RC02)

IR01 IR Emitter Module (FG-IR01)

IR03 External IR Receiver Module (FG-IR03)

UDM-PS24VDC, 750mA Power Supply(FG-UDM-PS)

Rear Panel Components

All of the connectors and ports are located on the rear panel (FIG. 2):

Composite (Pr) port Composite (Pb) port Composite (Y) port

VGA (HD15) port S-Videoport

CVBS port

UDM HUB port (RJ45) - from an “OUTPUT” port on the UDM Hub

Serial port (RJ12)

IR Rx port

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RCA audio

IR Tx port

 

 

 

 

 

 

SPDIF female Digital Audio port

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FIG. 2 UDM-RX01- rear panel components

UDM Hub Port (RJ45)

The UDM-RX01connects to the network through a connection to a UDM Hub. Refer to the UDM Hub’sOperation/Reference Guide for details.

Serial Port

The Serial port is available for diagnostic and troubleshooting purposes.

The Serial port on the UDM-RX01is an RJ12 connector, and requires aDB9-to-RJ12adapter cable(FG-RS01)to connect to a PC for Terminal control.

IR Receiver (IR Rx) Port

The IR Rx port is used to enable user control and the remote compensation of the video link to the UDM, using theFG-UDM-RC10and theFG-IR03.

Refer to the Protocols and IR Learningsection of the UDM Hub’s Operation/Reference Guidefor details for information on learning a device’s IR commands.

IR Transmit (IR Tx) Port

The IR Tx port issues IR commands from theUDM-RX01to a controlled device. One IR device (such as DVD player or VCR) can be connected to theUDM-RX01via the IR Tx port, and controlled via the UDM Hub’s WebConsole or via remote control.

Note: IR devices controlled via the IRTX ports are typically installed within the same equipment rack as the UDM Hub and Receiver.

Connecting an IR Device to the IR Tx Port

1.Connect an IR01 Endeleo IR Emitter Module (FG-IR01)to the IR Tx port on theUDM-RX01.

Note: Ensure the position of the device corresponds to the position assigned in the Devices option of the UDMHub’s WebConsole.

2.Run the other end of the IR Emitter cable to the device’s IR sensor, and attach the IR Emitter to the device’s sensor by removing the cover on the reverse side of the IR Emitter.

IR commands for each device on the system have to be learned by the UDM hub in order to function properly. Refer to the Protocols and IR Learning section of the UDM Hub’sOperation/Reference Guide for information on learning a device’s IR commands.

Audio Connectors

The UDM-RX01provides standard Audio RCA output connectors for S/PDIF for digital audio, and LEFT/RIGHT for analog audio output(FIG. 2).

Video Connectors

VGA Input at Display Device

1.Attach one end of the Endeleo VGA to VGA cable to the VGA connector on theUDM-RX01.

2.Run the other end to the VGA connector on the display device. Connect firmly.

3.If appropriate connect audio to the audio connectors on the UDM-RX01.

Note: Ensure Input A is configured as a “VGA Input” and named appropriately within the “Inputs” section of the Hub’s Configuration software. Also ensure the correct Audio Type (Analog L/R or S/PDIF) is selected for the relevant input.

Composite Input at Display Device

1.Attach the composite cable (normally yellow) to the CVBS connector on theUDM-RX01.

2.Run the other end of the composite cable to the Composite connector (normally yellow) on the display device. Connect firmly.

3.If appropriate connect audio to the audio connectors on the UDM-RX01.

SVideo Input at Display Device

1.Attach the SVideo cable to the 4-pinS Video connector on theUDM-RX01.

2.Run the other end of the SVideo cable to the SVideo connector on the display device. Connect firmly.

3.If appropriate connect audio to the audio connectors on the UDM-RX01.

Component Input at Display Device

1.Attach the Component cables (normally green, blue and red) to the Y (green),Pb (blue) andPr (red) connectors on theUDM-RX01.

2.Run the other end of the Component cable to the Component connectors (normally green, blue and red) on the display device. Connect firmly.

3.If appropriate connect audio to the audio connectors on the UDM-RX01.

Audio & Video Formats/Resolutions/Distance

Audio & Video Formats/Resolutions/Distance

Class

Format

Name

Distance

Composite

720x480

NTSC

300 m / 1000’

 

720x756

PAL

300 m / 1000’

Component

720x480

480p

300 m / 1000’

 

720x756

576p

300 m / 1000’

 

1280x720

720p

200 m / 650’

 

1920x1080

1080i

150 m / 500’

 

1920x1080

1080p

120 m / 400’

VGA

640x480

VGA

200 m / 650’

 

800x600

SVGA

200 m / 650’

 

1024x768

XGA

200 m / 650’

 

1280x1024

SXGA

150 m / 500’

 

1600x1200

UXGA

120 m / 400’

Note: The maximum distances indicated above are not absolute, but are recommended distances that have been tested to deliver video at the specified resolutions, without significant signal degradation. In particular, lower resolutions (640 x 480, 720 x 480 and 800 x 600) can often be delivered significantly further than what is indicated in the table.

Refer to the UDM Hub’s Operation/Reference Guide for additional details on maximum cable distances.

Video Compensation

Video at the Receive end can be compensated using three main methods;

Using the UDM-Hub’sWebConsole

Using the UDM-RC02Multi-FormatIR Remote Control

Using a hyper terminal session via the serial connector on the UDM-RX01(especially effective setup method when using long runs)

System Overview

FIG. 3 provides a basic system diagram representing a UDM Hub,UDM-RX01Receiver, and connected devices:

 

DVD

DSS

 

Video Out

Audio Out

Video Out

Audio Out

 

Video In

Audio In

Video In

 

 

Audio In

 

 

 

UDM Hub

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ethernet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(network

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cat5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UDM Receiver

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Video Out

Audio Out

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Video In

Audio In

 

Display

FIG. 3 UDM System Diagram

Additional Documentation

Refer to the relevant UDM Hub Operation/Reference Guide (available online atwww.amx.com) for detailed information on configuring the UDM Hub, UDM receivers and source devices.

Connecting an External IR Receiver Module

If passthrough mode (where a device such as a DVD or VCR can be controlled via a remote control) is required then an IR03 External IR Receiver Module will be needed to pick up IR controls from the remote control.

Additionally, if the UDM-RX01is to be compensated via a remote control, then an IR Receiver Module is also needed.

Connecting the UDM-RX01Receiver to the UDM Hub

The RJ45 port on the front panel of the UDM Hub labelled “UDM” supports one

UDM-RX01Receiver. TheUDM-RX01is then be connected to a display device.

1.Connect a standard Cat5/6 Ethernet cable to the RJ45 port labelled UDM on the front panel of the UDM hub.

2.Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable to the RJ45 port labelled UDM Hub on the rear panel of theUDM-RX01.

Note: Ensure the port theUDM-RX01is attached to is configured correctly within the Status option of the WebConsole (for example, if aUDM-RX01is connected to the Hub, ensure the port in the Status option is configured likewise.

UDM HUB Port LEDs

2 LEDs are visible at the UDM Hub port (on theUDM-RX01)when the UDM hub is switched on:

Green – Connection toUDM-0102(if Cat 5 removed, LED switches off).

Amber – Power (as well as comms if uploading protocols etc. the Amber LED may flicker).

For full warranty information, refer to the AMX Instruction Manual(s) associated with your Product(s).

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