2/4/8埠Cat5 DVI影音延伸分配器

LevelOne
DVI Broadcaster Series
ADE-8001
ADE-8002
ADE-8011
ADE-8201
ADE-8202
ADE-8204
ADE-8208
User Manual
V 2.1
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing LevelOne DVI broadcaster series products. This DVI broadcaster
extends your DVI-D and audio signal over Cat5/5e/6 and 4-wire phone cable. If you are
using short range receiver (ADE-8001) to receive the DVI-D signal, the extended distance
is up to 15m with 1024x768 resolution; and if using long range receiver (ADE-8002), the
extended DVI-D distance can reach the distance up to 70m with 1024x768 resolution. You
can use the audio receiver to extend audio over 4-wire phone cable to provide a multimedia
broadcasting.
Take the advantage of Cat5/5e/6 cable, LevelOne DVI broadcaster series can simplify the
installation, extend the AV signal, and centralize the multimedia server. Many nice features
have been designed into these units, the single-port transmitter (ADE-8201) is the smallest
one in the world and can connect to DVI port without using another DVI cable. For single
port receiver (ADE-8002), you can fix the unit very easily through its magnetic pad and
metal plate. The multi-port unit (ADE-8202/8204/8208) is the first multi-port DVI extender
over Cat5/5e/6, it allows you to extend DVI signals with reasonable cost and easy
installation.
LevelOne DVI broadcaster series is the perfect solution for malls, plazas, stations and
supermarkets to display high resolution and crystallized images. It’s easy to maintain and
reduce installation cost.
Key Features
1. Multiply one DVI-D and audio source to 2/4/8 DVI-D and audio outputs over Cat5/5e/6
and 4-wire phone cable.
2. Video Amplifier Bandwidth: 1.65GHz
3. Effective DVI-D extended distance and resolution for multi-port DVI Broadcaster:
 DVI Input: transmitting over standard DVI cable up to 10 meters
 DVI Output: transmitting over standard DVI cable, DVI resolution
[email protected]
 RJ45 Output with ADE-8001: transmitting over Cat5/5e/6 cable, maximum DVI
resolution [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]
 RJ45 Output with ADE-8002: transmitting over Cat5/5e/6 cable, maximum DVI
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resolution [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]
DVI Input/Output Connector: Type DVI-I, supports only DVI-D digital video signal
Audio type and distance: Stereo can be transmitted over 4-wire phone cable over 100
meters. (Audio function not included in ADE-8201, so you will need to purchase a pair of
ADE-8011 to extend the audio source.)
Input for one DVI-D + audio, output for one DVI-D + audio connection and 1/2/4/8 sets
of RJ-45 and RJ-11 connections to transmit DVI-D and audio signal using Cat5/5e/6 and
4-wire phone cable. (Audio function not included in ADE-8201)
RJ-45 to DVI-D receiver (ADE-8001 or ADE-8002) to receive the DVI-D signal from
Cat5/5e/6 cable, and RJ-11 Audio Transmitter/Receiver (ADE-8011) to receive the audio
signal from 4-wire phone cable (Audio function not included in ADE-8201)
8. Transmitter builds in DVI monitor’s EDID simulation, computer can boot up DVI signal
without connecting local monitor, initial pre-set range of frequency up to 1920x1200
9. LED status to indicate the DVI activity
10. Stackable capacity to expand the AV broadcasting
11. Provides magnetic pad and attachable metal plate for ADE-8002 to ease the installation
Panel Description
1. ADE-8201
1-Port DVI Transmitter
1
2
3
4
1.
2.
3.
4.
Connect to PC’s DVI Port
Power indicator (Orange LED)
Active (Green LED)
RJ-45 DVI-D output
2. ADE-8202
2-Port DVI Broadcaster w/ Audio
Active : DDC2B activity
M1 LINK : link of local monitor
Power : Power Indicator
Power Jack : Connect to power adapter
VIDEO/AUDIO IN : Connect to DVI and audio source
VIDEO/AUDIO OUT : Connect to local monitor and speaker
RJ-45 VIDEO OUT : RJ-45 DVI output
RJ-11 AUDIO OUT : RJ-11 Audio output
3. ADE-8204
4-Port DVI Broadcaster w/ Audio
Active : DDC2B activity
Local Monitor: link of local monitor
Power : Power Indicator
Power Jack : Connect to power adapter
VIDEO/AUDIO IN: Connect to DVI and audio source
VIDEO/AUDIO OUT: Connect to local monitor and speaker
RJ-45 VIDEO OUT: RJ-45 DVI output
RJ-11 AUDIO OUT: RJ-11 Audio output
4. ADE-8208
8-Port DVI Broadcaster w/ Audio
Active : DDC2B activity
Local Monitor: link of local monitor
Power : Power Indicator
Power Jack : Connect to power adapter
DVI/AUDIO IN : Connect to DVI and audio source
DVI/AUDIO OUT : Connect to local monitor and speaker
VIDEO OUT : RJ-45 DVI output
AUDIO OUT : RJ-11 Audio output
5. ADE-8001
Short Range Receiver
1
2
1. DVI output (To monitor)
2. RJ-45 DVI input
6. ADE-8002
Long-Range DVI Receiver
Auto : Auto EQ is selected
FOCUS : EQ adjust (Auto or manual)
Power Jack : Connect to power adapter
DVI OUT : Connect to monitor or projector
LINK LED : DVI activity
PWR LED : Power indicator
LINK IN : RJ-45 DVI input
7. ADE-8011
Cat.5 Audio Transmitter/Receiver
1
2
1. Connect to audio jack
2. RJ-11 audio input/output
Installation and Operation
1. Install Single-Port Transmitter ADE-8201 and DVI Signal Receiver ADE-8001/8002:
(1) Basic Function Test: In the beginning, please connect your DVI monitor to your PC
or DVI player to confirm the basic display function and remain these devices turned
on for next installation sequence.
(2) Install Single-Port Transmitter ADE-8201: Please connect ADE-8201 to your PC or
DVI player’s DVI output port while the device is turned ON, the LED of ADE-8201
should all turn ON, the orange LED indicates the power ON status and the green
LED indicates the DDC2B activity of DVI port. Please notice that the ADE-8201 has
pre-set an EDID with a maximum DVI supporting frequency of 1920x1200 and can
simulate the behavior of DVI monitor, so the PC’s DVI port will remain activate even
when you re-boot the PC without plug actual DVI monitor.
Connect ADE-8201 to PC
(3) Install ADE-8001: Please connect ADE-8001 to your DVI display device’s DVI port
directly. The DVI monitor can be PDP, LCD TV, projector or LCD. The supported
DVI resolutions are [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]
Connect Short Range Receiver ADE-8001 to DVI Monitor
(4) Install ADE-8002:
A. Plug power adaptor to ADE-8002, the orange LED above RJ-45 should be
ON to indicate the power on status. The other LED should turn off, since
B.
C.
there is no input of video signal from “LINK IN” port.
The “Auto” led in the front panel will turn ON as the EQ/FOCUS control switch
to the left end and the EQ/FOCUS will stay on AUTO, this will not function
until the receiver received video signal from “LINK IN” port.
Connect DVI monitor’s DVI cable to the receiver.
Connect ADE-8002 to DVI Monitor by DVI Cable
(5) Selection of Cat5/5e/6 cable: You may use most of current Cat5/5e/6 cables, and
since the quality varies, we do encounter some cables not perform well, even it is
expensive. Therefore, please test your current cables before you install the devices
on the site. For some environment need to prevent potential interference, the FTP
type cable is recommended. The connector must be made by 568B-568B type.
The EIA/TIA definition of 568B in the pin assignment is (1)orange white, (2)orange,
(3)green white, (4)blue, (5)blue white, (6)green, (7)brown white, and (8)brown.
(6) Connect Cat5/5e/6 cable: Plug two ends of cable to Transmitter and Receiver’s
RJ-45 port, the monitor connected to the Receiver should display now and the
green LED above ADE-8002’s RJ-45 port should be ON to reflect the DVI signal
activation. For ADE-8002, you can manually adjust the EQ/FOCUS to have the best
display quality. The displayed DVI resolution will also relate to the distance been
extended, it will be better to test prior actual installation and should not exceed the
suggested frequency and corresponding distance.
Connection of Single-Port DVI-D Extender
(7) Extends Audio Signal: There is no audio function on ADE-8201, so you need to use
a pair of ADE-8011 to extend the audio and the cable using is 4-wire phone cable
and two ends of the cable should be made by straight RJ-11 connector.
ADE-8011
ADE-8201
ADE-8011
Extended Connection of DVI-D with Audio
2. Install Multi-Port Transmitter:
(1) The 2/4/8-port model will all act the same except they have different amount of
outputs.
(2) First Time Set-up: Please turn off the DVI output device (PC or DVD Player) and
monitors.
(3) Connect local DVI monitor and speaker to the “DVI/AUDIO OUT” of the transmitter
and plug one end of DVI/Audio cable to “DVI/Audio IN” port of transmitter and the
other end of the cable to the output device’s DVI and speaker ports.
(4) Connect power adaptor.
(5) Turn on your DVI output device and monitor to confirm the function of display. The
“Local Monitor” LED of the transmitter should turn orange to reflect the connection
of a local DVI monitor and the “ACTIVE” LED should turn blue to indicate an
activated DVI-D signal.
(6) The transmitter has built in an EDID simulator, when you connect local DVI monitor,
the transmitter will automatically record the EDID from DVI monitor. When the local
DVI monitor is not connected, the transmitter will simulate the EDID communication
like a regular monitor and activate the DVI signal of PC.
Local Connection of Multi-Port Transmitter
3. To connect remote monitors and speakers through RJ-45 and RJ-11 ports:
(1) You can refer to previous section for Receiver to install and prepare the cable to be
connected.
(2) RJ-45 VIDEO with ADE-8001: The RJ-45 ports in the back of Transmitter can only
support DVI-D signal. For each connector, please prepare one Cat5/5e/6 cable
and make the cable as 568B-568B type [more details about Cat5/5e/6 cable,
please refer to previous section of 1. (3) ~ (6)], and plug one end of the cable to
the RJ-45 port of ADE-8201/8202/8204/8208 and the other end to the RJ-45 port
of ADE-8001 and connect ADE-8001 to the DVI monitor. If the video connection is
HDMI type, you will need to use appropriate DVI-HDMI adaptor to connect(The
DVI-HDMI adapter is not included in the package). The supported DVI-D
resolution and distance is similar to using regular DVI cable, the estimated ranges
are: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected] Previous range can be
applied in most of the application, but in some cases it might change. It will be
appropriate to test the capacity of display before installation.
(3) RJ-45 VIDEO with Long Range Receiver ADE-8002: Please refer to previous
section 1.(4) ~ (6) to install ADE-8002 and cable. If the video connection is HDMI
type, you will need to use appropriate DVI-HDMI adaptor to connect. The
supported DVI-D resolution and distance is similar to regular DVI cable, the
estimated ranges are: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected],
[email protected] Previous range can be applied in most of the application, but in
some cases it might change. It will be appropriate to test the capacity of display
before installation.
(4) RJ-11 AUDIO: The RJ-11 ports in the back of transmitter(ADE-8202/8204/8208)
support stereo audio. Please prepare one 4-wire phone cable or use 4 wires out of
the Cat5/5e/6 cable to make the RJ-11 connector. The pin definition of RJ-45 is
one to one and the supported length is 100 meters.
Connection of 2-Port Transmitter
Stack More Transmitters to Have More Displays
1. If you would like to broadcast more monitors and speakers, you can connect another
layer of same DVI broadcaster series products. You can connect additional Transmitter
from “DVI/AUDIO IN” port or “VIDEO OUT and AUDIO OUT” ports:
(1) From “DVI/AUDIO OUT”: Use one set of standard DVI/Audio cable, one end
connect from the “DVI/AUDIO OUT” port of the first layer’s Transmitter and the
other end to “DVI/AUDIO IN” port of the second layer’s Transmitter.
(2) From “VIDEO OUT and AUDIO OUT”: Similar to the way of connecting monitor
and speaker, you connect ADE-8001 and ADE-8011 to the “DVI/AUDIO IN” port of
the second layer’s Transmitter. The length for this extension should between 10
to 25 meters and the total extended length and resolution is about [email protected],
[email protected], [email protected] Previous range can be applied in most of the
application, but in some cases it might change. It will be appropriate to test the
capacity of display before installation.
Diagram of Connecting another Layer of Cat5/5e/6 DVI Transmitter
2. To ensure the transmitting quality of DVI-D signal, more than two layer of stacking is not
recommended.
3. The transmitter can be 2, 4, or 8 port model.
Specification
Model
Function
Input
ADE-8201
ADE-8202
ADE-8204
ADE-8208
1-Port DVI
Transmitter
2-Port DVI
Broadcaster w/Audio
4-Port DVI
Broadcaster w/Audio
8-Port DVI
Broadcaster w/Audio
DVI Male x 1
Output
RJ-45 x 1
RJ-45 to DVI-D
Receiver and RJ-11 to
Audio Receiver
One RJ-45 to
DVI-D Receiver
(ADE-8001 or
ADE-8002)
DVI
Input
Max
Distance
and
Resolution
DVI
Output
DVI Female x 1, Audio x 1
DVI Female x 1
DVI Female x 1
DVI Female x 1
Audio x 1
Audio x 1
Audio x 1
RJ-45 x 2
RJ-45 x 4
RJ-45 x 8
RJ-11 x 2
RJ-11 x 4
RJ-11 x 8
2 sets
4 sets
8 sets
Transmitting over standard DVI cable up to 10 meters
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Transmitting over standard DVI cable, DVI resolution
[email protected]
Transmitting over Cat5/5e/6 cable,
RJ45
Output
DVI resolution for ADE-8001 is [email protected], [email protected], [email protected];
for ADE-8002 is [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]
Signal Type
Housing
Dimension (LxWxH)
mm
DVI-D
Plastic
Compact
Metal
1U Height
1U Height
1U Height
Model
Function
Input
Output
Max Distance and
Resolution
Signal Type
ADE-8001
ADE-8002
ADE-8011
Short range DVI
Receiver
Long-Range DVI
Receiver
Cat.5 Audio
Transmitter/Receiver
RJ-45 x 1
RJ-45 x 1
RJ-11 x 1
Audio Jack x 1
DVI Female x 1
DVI Female x 1
Audio Jack x 1
RJ-11 x 1
Transmitting over
Cat5/5e/6 cable,
Transmitting over
Cat5/5e/6 cable,
DVI resolution
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[email protected],
[email protected]
DVI resolution
[email protected],
[email protected],
[email protected],
[email protected]
DVI-D
Transmitting over 4-wire phone
cable, stereo audio over 100m
Stereo
Remarks
1. Before operating this splitter, please read operation manual carefully.
2. Please use high quality DVI, audio cable for optimum operation.
3. To prevent potential power damage, please don’t use 2-wire extension cord and ensure
AC outlets at PCs and monitors are on the same phase and have correct grounding.