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How to Use This Guide

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Following are important tips for streamlining your use of this User’s Guide in its electronic “PDF” form.

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Use Acrobat Reader’s “bookmarks” to navigate to the desired location. All chapter files have the same bookmark structure for instant navigation to any section. Please note:

Extensive hyperlinks are provided within the chapters.

Use Acrobat’s “Go to Previous View” and “Return to Next View” buttons to trace your complete navigational path.

Use the “Previous Page” and “Next Page” buttons to go to the previous or next page within a file.

Use Acrobat’s extensive search capabilities, such as the “Find” tool and “Search Index” tool to perform comprehensive searches as required.

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Use the Table of Contents bookmarks to navigate a desired topic. Click any item to instantly jump to that section of the guide. You can also use theIndex to jump to specific topics within a chapter. Each page number in theIndex is a hyperlink.

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To ensure trouble-freeoperation, please follow all procedures as listed below:

For installation instructions, refer to Chapter 3, “Installation” onpage 23.

For operating instructions, refer to Chapter 4, “Operation” onpage 29 andChapter 5, “GUI Installation and Operation” on pagepage 53.

Should you have any questions regarding the installation or operation of the MatrixPRO 8x8 DVI Router, please consult with the factory. Refer to Appendix C, “Contact Information” onpage 101 for contact information.

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About the MatrixPRO 8x8 DVI Router

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The MatrixPRO=8x8 DVI Router is a DVI crosspoint switch supporting resolutions ranging from VGA (640x480) to UXGA (1600x1200x60) — including all HDTV resolutions. Any input can be routed to any combination of the 8 outputs. The unit is housed in a 2RU chassis and is configured as an 8x8 router.

There are three ways that you can control the router:

Via front panel buttons and the integral menu display.

Via the interactive Control GUI, which is accessed through the rear panel’s Ethernet connector.

Via the Encore Controller.

Note that user interface and system firmware upgrades can be installed in the field via the system’s rear panel Ethernet and RS-232connections.

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The MatrixPRO=8x8 DVI Router includes the following features:

Front panel or GUI control.

One-to-oneandone-to-manyrouting.

Input grouping, enabling you to create sub-groupsof inputs and outputs.

Integrated test pattern generator.

For the selected output, “RGB Mute” feature blanks the output video while leaving sync signals running to the monitor.

Input EDID (Extended Display Identification Data) control on a per-channelbasis.

Input cable equalization control on a per-channelbasis.

Menu-basedsetup and function selection.

Save and recall setups.

Reclocking TMDS (Transition Minimized Differential Signaling) functionality ensures clean output signals.

Supports resolutions from VGA (640x480) to UXGA (1600x1200x60), including all HD resolutions (e.g., such as 1920x1080).

Supports input cable lengths up to 20 meters, using high quality DVI cables.

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Signal quality cannot be guaranteed for cable lengths of 20

 

meters if lower quality DVI cables are used, or if cable

 

extenders are used.

 

 

Vertical interval switching mode, with selectable input channel lock source. Local or external control via Ethernet or RS-232.

Optional remote switching panels via Ethernet communications.

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