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DVS 510 Series • Setup Guide

The Extron DVS 510 Series scalers are 10-input,multi-formatpresentation switching scalers that accept and scale DVI, RGB, YUVp/HDTV, YUVi,S-video,and composite video signals to a commonhigh-resolutionoutput rate. Two models are available: the standard DVS 510, which has fixed and variable line level audio outputs, and the DVS 510 SA, which adds an

integrated stereo amplifier. Control options include front panel buttons and knobs, Ethernet, RS-232orRS-422,web pages, and infrared (IR). This guide provides instructions for an experienced installer to install and connect the DVS 510 scalers.

NOTE: For full installation, configuration, and operation details, see theDVS 510 Series User Guide, available at www.extron.com.

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A AC power connector

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B Video inputs 1 and 2: Composite video

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E Video inputs 7/8 and 9/10: RGB or YUV (7 and 9) and

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DVI (8 and 10)

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F Buffered RGB/YUV output connectors

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G DVI-Ioutput connector (digital output only)

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Audio input connectors

Amplified audio output connector (DVS 510 SA only) Variable audio output connector

Fixed audio output connector Reset LED

Reset button LAN connector

RS-232/RS-422connector

Installation Steps

1.Disconnect power from all equipment.

2.(Optional) Mount the unit. Rack mount the scaler using the attached brackets (see the illustration at right). For tabletop placement, remove the brackets from the right and left sides and attach the provided rubber feet.

3.Connect video inputs. Connect video input devices to the appropriate connectors in the rear panel Video Input section (B throughE in the diagram above).

zz Video inputs 5 and 6: RGB or YUV component

Connect one or two RGBHV, RGBS, RGsB, RGBcvS, YUVi, or YUVp/HDTV video sources to these female 15-pinHD connectors (shown below). These connectors feature EDID

emulation.

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MBD 249

2U Rack Mounting

Bracket (Pre-attached)

NOTE: (Optional) To obtain one or two more RGB/YUV inputs, you can connect an ExtronDVIIM-VGAF/DVIIF

DVI and Analog Breakaway (Y) cable to either or both DVI-Iinput connectors. Each Y cable provides an additional RGB VGA connector andDVI-Iconnector (see ”Breakaway cable” on the next page).

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DVS 510 Series • Setup Guide (Continued)

zz Video inputs 7/8 and 9/10 — Connect two DVI video sources, two RGB/YUV sources, or one DVI and one RGB source to theseDVI-Iconnectors. The analog portions of these connectors are identified as inputs 7 and 9, while the DVI portions are inputs 8 and 10. These connectors feature EDID emulation.

 

 

DVI-IInput Connector

 

 

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Digital (Inputs 8 and 10)

Analog (Inputs 7 and 9)

Breakaway cable: You can use an optional ExtronDVIIM-VGAF/DVIIF“Y” DVI adapter cable (shown at right) to connect one analog RGB or YUV source and one DVI source to one or both of these connectors.

This cable enables both an analog and a DVI source device to be connected to these ports and active at the same time.

DVI-IMale Connector

To DVS 510 Female DVI-IInput Connector (Inputs 7 – 10)

Female DVI-IConnector

FOR DIGITAL ONLY

To a DVI

Input Source

Female 15-pinHD Connector

FOR ANALOG ONLY

To an RGB or

 

Extron

YUV Analog

Input Source

4.Connect audio input devices to the Audio Input captive screw connectors (H on the rear panel diagram on the previous page), as shown below.

Tip

Sleeve

Do not tin the wires!

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Sleeve

L

Tip

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Ring

 

 

 

Sleeve (s)

 

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Ring

 

 

Unbalanced Stereo Input

Balanced Stereo Input

5.Connect video output devices to the Video Output connectors (F andG in the diagram).

6.Connect audio output devices to the5-poleVariable (J) and Fixed (K) Audio Output captive screw connectors.

Tip

L

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L

Ring

NO Ground Here

 

 

Sleeve

 

Sleeve

 

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Ring

NO Ground Here

 

 

Balanced Audio Output

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Speaker 1

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Do not tin the wires!

CAUTION: For unbalanced audio, connect the sleeves to ground.DO NOT connect the sleeves to negative(–)contacts.

DVS 510 SA: Connect speakers to the internal amplifier through the4-poleAmplified connector (I) (see also the illustration at right).

zz Connect the red speaker wire to the positive (+) pin on the Amplified connector.

Audio Output

to Speakers

4-poleCaptive

Screw Connector

zz Connect the black speaker wire to the negative(–)pin on the connector.

7.Connect control devices:

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Rear Panel

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zz LAN Ethernet port — Connect the DVS 510 to an Ethernet LAN or WAN via thisRJ-45connector (N) to control the scaler from a remote location using an Internet browser on a computer.

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RS232 port — For serialRS-232orRS-422control, connect a host computer or control system to the DVS via this9-pinD-subconnector (O).

The front panel has an additional serial port (RS-232only) (see “Front Panel Features” on the next page). The default protocol for both ports is 9600 baud, 1 stop bit, no parity, 8 data bits, and no flow control.

8.Connect power to the DVS 510 by plugging a standard IEC power cord (provided) from a 100 to 240 VAC,50-60Hz power source into the power receptacle (A).

Locking the Front Panel (Executive Mode)

To prevent accidental changes to settings, you can lock the DVS 510 front panel controls by placing the scaler in lock (executive) mode 1 or 2. While the DVS is in lock mode, RS-232orRS-422and IR remote control remain available.

zz Lock mode 1 locks all front panel functions. This mode can be enabled or disabled only by SIS commands.

zz Lock mode 2 locks all front panel functions except input selection, PIP, volume control, andAuto-Image™.To enable lock mode 2, press and hold the Position and Size buttons simultaneously untilExecutive Mode 2 Enabled appears in the LCD window (approximately 2 seconds).

To exit lock mode 2, press and hold the Position and Size buttons again until Executive Mode Disabled appears in the LCD window (approximately 2 seconds).

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VOLUME

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DVS 510

DIGITAL VIDEO SCALER

A Input Buttons — Press one of these buttons to select an input and switch it to the current output. The inputs support the following signal types:inputs 1 and 2 — composite video;inputs 3 and 4 S-video;inputs 5, 6, 7, and 9 — RGB (RGBHV, RGBS, RGBcvS, or RGsB), YUVp/HDTV, and YUVi; andinputs 8 and 10 — DVI.

NOTES: On the rear panel, inputs 7 and 8 share one of theDVI-Iinput connectors; inputs 9 and 10 share the

other.

Pressing and holding the Input button for 3 seconds initiates anAuto-Imageon that input.

B PIP (picture-in-picture) control buttons — Displaya secondary image from a second source on the screen in front of the main image, in a previously selected size and position. The default size of the PIP window isone-fourthof the screen and it is positioned in thelower-rightcorner of the display.

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PIP On/Off button — Turns PIP mode on and off (toggles between showing and hiding thepicture-in-pictureon the display). Lights green when the DVS 510 is in PIP mode.

PIP Swap button — Toggles the primary (main or background) and secondary (PIP) pictures between the main image and the PIP window.

NOTE: When the DVS is in PIP mode, one input must below-resolution(inputs 1 through 4, and 5, 6, 7, and 9

when they are configured as component video YUVi or RGBcvS) and one must be high-resolution(inputs 5, 6, 7, and 9 when configured as RGB or YUVp/HDTV, and inputs 8 and 10).

C Picture control buttons — Adjust window and image size, position, brightness, contrast, color, tint, detail, zoom (magnify or reduce), and pan. When one of these buttons is pressed, it lights amber.

D E

LCD screen — Displays messages, menu information, and menu or control button selections.

Menu navigation buttons — Press Menu to access the DVS 510 menu system and to step through the menus. From each menu, press Next to step through the submenus.

F Adjust knobs — Rotate these horizontal ([) and vertical ({) knobs to scroll through submenu and picture control options and make adjustments.

G Volume knob and indicator LEDs — Rotate this knob to adjust the volume on the current input. The three LEDs light incrementally, bottom to top, to indicate the current volume level:

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Min (green) indicates volume is above1%. At 0% volume, this LED blinks.Mid (green) indicates volume above49%.

Max (red) indicates volume above79%. At 100% volume, this LED blinks.

NOTES: The volume level is also shown on the LCD screen as a bar graph.

When an incremental Volume LED lights, the LEDs below it remain lit. For example, when the Max LED lights, the Mid and Min LEDS are also lit.

H Config port — ThisRS-232port on a 2.5 mm TRS connector is anRS-232only alternative to the rear panelRS-232/RS-422port. Default protocol for this port is 9600 baud, 8 data bits,1 stop bit, no parity, and no flow control.

I IR sensor — Receivesinfrared (IR) signals from the IR 904 remote control.

NOTE: By default, the IR sensor is disabled.

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Configuring the DVS 510 Using the Front Panel

Menu selections are displayed on the front panel LCD screen. To use any menu, press the Menu button repeatedly until the desired menu is displayed. Press the Next button repeatedly until the desired submenu is displayed. Rotate the appropriate Adjust knob to select an item from a submenu. To exit a submenu and return to the main menu, press the Menu button at any time.

1.From the Output Configuration submenus, use the Adjust knobs to select the output resolution and refresh rate, the output signal type, and the sync polarity to match the requirements of the display device.

2.From the Advanced Configuration menu, Test Pattern submenu, select the Alternating Pixels (Alt Pixels) test pattern. Adjust the active pixels, total pixels (clock), and pixel phase settings for your display for optimal picture quality.

3.From the Advanced Configuration menu, set the test pattern to Crop, and adjust the position settings of the display until all four sides of the crop pattern are visible. Disable the Crop test pattern.

4. Use the Input Configuration submenus to make any desired adjustments to the applied

Menu

 

input signals, including turning film mode detection on or off and setting the horizontal

 

and vertical start, pixel phase, total pixels, active pixels, and active lines.

 

5.Press and hold each input button for 3 seconds to perform Auto-Imageon the input.Auto-Imagesizes the input to fit the current window size.

6.Use the Picture Control buttons to adjust the size, position, brightness, contrast, color, tint, detail, zoom, and pan for each input as needed.

7.Use the Audio Configuration submenus to configure the audio as desired.

8.Use the User Presets menu to save the set of adjustments for manual recall later.

Simple Instruction Set (SIS) Commands

When setting up the DVS 510, you can issue SIS commands from your computer via RS-232,RS-422,or a LAN connection as an alternative to the front panel controls. See theDVS 510 Series User Guide for a complete list of available SIS commands.

Menu

 

 

Default

 

 

Cycle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

User

 

 

 

Presets

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Menu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Input

 

 

 

Configuration

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Menu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Output

 

 

 

Configuration

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Menu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Audio

 

 

 

Configuration

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Menu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Advanced

 

 

 

Configuration

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View

 

 

 

Comm Setting

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Exit Menu?

 

 

 

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Command

ASCII command

Response

Additional Description

(Host to Scaler)

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Select an audio and video input

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In X! All]

Select video and audio from input

source X!.

 

 

 

Audio breakaway (select input)

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In X! Aud]

Video breakaway (select input)

X! &

In X! RGB]

Execute an Auto-Image

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Mute video to black

1B

Vmt1]

Select only audio from input X!. Select only video from inputX!.

Perform Auto-Imageon the current input.

Mute the video and display a black screen.

Unmute video and sync

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Vmt0 ]

Freeze input

1F

Frz1 ]

Unfreeze input

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Frz0 ]

PIP on

E X! PIP }

Pip X! ]

PIP off

E 0PIP}

Pip0 ]

PIP Swap

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Mute audio

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Amt1 ]

Unmute audio

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Amt0 ]

Disable all mutes.

Freeze the selected input. Unfreeze selected input.

Turn on PIP and display input X!. Turn off PIP.

Switch the displayed content between main and PIP windows. Mute audio for the current input.

Unmute the current audio input.

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