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Kramer Electronics, Ltd. USER MANUAL Model: Cobra MX-1616 16x16 Matrix Switcher / DA Contents Contents 1 2 3 4 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 5 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8 5.9 5.10 6 6.1 6.2 7 Introduction Getting Started Overview Cobra MX-1616 16x16 Matrix Switcher / DA Operation Keypad Description Input to Output Assignment Preset Command Recall Command All Off Command CAT 5 Serial Control/Command RS-232 Protocol RS-232 Hardware interface Commands: Command Strings Output Commands Preset Commands Recall Commands Status Commands ID Commands Clear Working Preset Address Configuration Commands Address Prefix Notes Technical Specifications 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 8 8 9 i Introduction 1 Introduction Welcome to Kramer Electronics (since 1981): a world of unique, creative and affordable solutions to the infinite range of problems that confront the video, audio and presentation professional on a daily basis. In recent years, we have redesigned and upgraded most of our line, making the best even better! Our 500-plus different models now appear in 8 Groups1, which are clearly defined by function. Congratulations on purchasing your Kramer Cobra MX-1616 16x16 Matrix Switcher / DA. The Cobra MX-1616 16x16 Matrix Switcher / DA is designed for Plug and Play operation and is fully compatible with all versions of the Kramer Cobra series CAT 5 transmitters/receivers. The Kramer Cobra series products are not compatible with Kramer non-Cobra series products. 2 Getting Started We recommend that you: Unpack the equipment carefully and save the original box and packaging materials for possible future shipment Review the contents of this user manual 3 Overview Achieving the best performance when using the Cobra MX-1616 16x16 Matrix Switcher / DA means: Connecting only good quality connection cables, thus avoiding interference, deterioration in signal quality due to poor matching, and elevated noise levels (often associated with low quality cables) Avoiding interference from neighboring electrical appliances that may adversely influence signal quality and positioning your Cobra MX-1616 in a location free from moisture and away from excessive sunlight and dust 1 GROUP 1: Distribution Amplifiers; GROUP 2: Video and Audio Switchers, Matrix Switchers and Controllers; GROUP 3: Video, Audio, VGA/XGA Processors; GROUP 4: Interfaces and Sync Processors; GROUP 5: Twisted Pair Interfaces; GROUP 6: Accessories and Rack Adapters; GROUP 7: Scan Converters and Scalers; and GROUP 8: Cables and Connectors 1 Cobra MX-1616 16x16 Matrix Switcher / DA Operation Caution – No operator-serviceable parts inside unit. Warning – Use only the Kramer Electronics input power wall adapter that is provided with this unit1. Warning – Disconnect power and unplug unit from wall before installing or removing device or servicing unit. Warning – This equipment is not intended for, nor does it support, distribution through an Ethernet network. Do not connect these devices to any sort of networking or telecommunications equipment! Note, CAT 5 cabling must be pinned to the TIA-EIA T568B wiring specification. 4 Cobra MX-1616 16x16 Matrix Switcher / DA Operation This section describes how to operate the Cobra MX-1616 16x16 Matrix Switcher / DA. 4.1 Keypad Description The Cobra MX-1616 16x16 Matrix Switcher / DA provides a front-panel keypad that may be used to configure the input to output channel assignments. Additionally, these assignments may be saved as preset configurations. 16 configurations may be saved for later use. When an input or output channel is selected, the key will be illuminated. Pressing an input or output key will “toggle” the selection. It is not necessary to press the CANCEL key to remove only the selected key from the current assignment. The CANCEL key is used to abort any operation in progress, and will also re-initialize all input and output key selections. The ENTER key will update the matrix assignments with the current selection. The Cobra MX-1616 16x16 Matrix Switcher / DA will “remember” the current preset configuration if power is removed, and will return to this state when power is restored. If the current configuration has not been saved as a preset however, the unit will recall the last saved preset. An 16 by 16 display is furnished to provide the user with a visual overview of the current matrix assignments. 1 For example: model number AD2512C, part number 2535-000251 2 KRAMER: SIMPLE CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY Cobra MX-1616 16x16 Matrix Switcher / DA Operation 4.2 Input to Output Assignment To assign an input channel (source) to an output channel (destination), press the desired input key on the top row, and the desired output key(s) on the bottom row of the selection keypad. If any outputs are assigned to the selected input channel, the keys will be illuminated. When all assignments have been made, press the ENTER key to update the matrix, or press the CANCEL key to start again. Multiple output channels may be assigned to a single input channel, but only one input channel may be assigned to each output channel. To turn an output channel off, press only the output key, then the ENTER key. Pressing an input or output key will “toggle” the selection. It is not necessary to press the CANCEL key to remove only the selected key from the current assignment. Pressing an input key will illuminate the input key and all outputs assigned to this input. To re-assign the outputs to a new input, press the input key again, then press the new input key. Press the ENTER key to update the matrix, or press the CANCEL key to start again. To turn an output channel off, make sure no inputs are selected, then press only the output key, and the ENTER key. 4.3 Preset Command To save the current matrix configuration, press the PRESET key, then the input key that corresponds to the preset you wish to overwrite (1 – 16). Press the ENTER key to save or the CANCEL key to start again. 4.4 Recall Command To recall a saved preset configuration, press the RECALL key, then the input key that corresponds to the preset you wish to recall (1 – 16). Press the ENTER key to load the preset configuration or the CANCEL key to start again. 4.5 All Off Command To turn all outputs off simultaneously, hold the CANCEL key for approximately five seconds. 3 CAT 5 Serial Control/Command 5 CAT 5 Serial Control/Command 5.1 RS-232 Protocol The Cobra MX-1616 will echo each command character that is received via the RS232 port. When using an external Control System to control the MX-1616, a delay of at least 10 milliseconds must be inserted between characters. This will allow enough time for the switcher to echo the character back to the Control System, and accept the next character. Example: To connect Input 1 to Output 5, the command O5=1 should be transmitted: O (10ms Delay) 5 (10ms Delay) = (10ms Delay) 1 (10ms Delay) ”. 7-bit ASCII: 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit, 9600 bps (9600 8N1). All commands are Upper Case. 7-bit ASCII: 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit, 9600 bps (9600 8N1). All commands are Upper Case. 5.2 RS-232 Hardware interface Label TX+ TXRX+ RXGND Signal RS-232 Transmit (TD) Not Used RS-232 Receive (RD) Not Used GND 5.3 Commands: Command Description “Output” “Preset” “Recall (Preset)” “Status Report” “ID Report” “Clear Working Preset” “Address Configuration” ASCII “O” “P” “R” “S” “?” “C” “A” Hex 4F 50 52 53 3F 43 41 5.4 Command Strings A valid command string will begin with a Command character, and terminate with a “Carriage Return” (). The format is as follows: 4 KRAMER: SIMPLE CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY CAT 5 Serial Control/Command 5.5 Output Commands The following Output Command formats shall be used: Oxx= : Report an output (x) channel configuration. Device replies with: Oxx=yy Parameters: x = Output channel (1 - 16) y = Input channel assigned to selected output channel (0 = OFF) Oxx=yy : Configure an output (x) channel. Device replies with: Oxx=yy Parameters: x = Output channel (1 - 16) y = Input channel assigned to selected output channel (0 = OFF) 5.6 Preset Commands The following Preset Command formats shall be used: Pxx= : Report a preset (x) configuration. Device replies with: Pxx=aa,bb,cc,dd,ee,ff,gg,hh,ii,jj,kk,ll,mm,nn,oo,pp reported. Parameters: xx = Preset (0 - 16) – If x = 00, the current (working) configuration is aa = Output 1 input selection (0 = OFF) bb = Output 2 input selection (0 = OFF) : pp = Output 16 input selection (0 = OFF) Pxx : Saves current (working) configuration as a preset (xx) configuration. Device replies with: Preset xx Stored! Parameters: xx = Preset (1 - 16) Pxx=a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j,k,l,m,n,o,p : Configures a preset. Device replies with: Preset xx Stored! as: If x = 00 or if x = a recalled preset, the current working preset is reported P00=a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j,k,l,m,n,o,p 5 CAT 5 Serial Control/Command If xx = a stored preset, the new preset configuration will be saved in preset memory location xx. Parameters: xx = Preset (0 - 16) aa = Output 1 input selection (0 = OFF) bb = Output 2 input selection (0 = OFF) : pp = Output 16 input selection (0 = OFF) 5.7 Recall Commands The following Recall Command formats shall be used: Rxx : Recall preset (x) and copy to current working preset. Device replies with: P00= a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j,k,l,m,n,o,p Parameters: aa = Output 1 input selection (0 = OFF) bb = Output 2 input selection (0 = OFF) : pp = Output 8 input selection (0 = OFF) 5.8 Status Commands The following Recall Command formats shall be used: S= : Report master device status. Device replies with: Pxx= aa,bb,cc,dd,ee,ff,gg,hh,ii,jj,kk,ll,mm,nn,oo,pp P01= aa,bb,cc,dd,ee,ff,gg,hh,ii,jj,kk,ll,mm,nn,oo,pp P02= aa,bb,cc,dd,ee,ff,gg,hh,ii,jj,kk,ll,mm,nn,oo,pp P03= aa,bb,cc,dd,ee,ff,gg,hh,ii,jj,kk,ll,mm,nn,oo,pp P04= aa,bb,cc,dd,ee,ff,gg,hh,ii,jj,kk,ll,mm,nn,oo,pp P05= aa,bb,cc,dd,ee,ff,gg,hh,ii,jj,kk,ll,mm,nn,oo,pp P06= aa,bb,cc,dd,ee,ff,gg,hh,ii,jj,kk,ll,mm,nn,oo,pp P07= aa,bb,cc,dd,ee,ff,gg,hh,ii,jj,kk,ll,mm,nn,oo,pp P08= aa,bb,cc,dd,ee,ff,gg,hh,ii,jj,kk,ll,mm,nn,oo,pp P09= aa,bb,cc,dd,ee,ff,gg,hh,ii,jj,kk,ll,mm,nn,oo,pp P10= aa,bb,cc,dd,ee,ff,gg,hh,ii,jj,kk,ll,mm,nn,oo,pp P11= aa,bb,cc,dd,ee,ff,gg,hh,ii,jj,kk,ll,mm,nn,oo,pp P12= aa,bb,cc,dd,ee,ff,gg,hh,ii,jj,kk,ll,mm,nn,oo,pp P13= aa,bb,cc,dd,ee,ff,gg,hh,ii,jj,kk,ll,mm,nn,oo,pp P14= aa,bb,cc,dd,ee,ff,gg,hh,ii,jj,kk,ll,mm,nn,oo,pp P15= aa,bb,cc,dd,ee,ff,gg,hh,ii,jj,kk,ll,mm,nn,oo,pp 6 KRAMER: SIMPLE CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY Address Configuration Commands P16= aa,bb,cc,dd,ee,ff,gg,hh,ii,jj,kk,ll,mm,nn,oo,pp Parameters: xx = Current (working) preset If x = 1 – 16 then a stored preset is loaded. If any output configuration is changed after loading a stored preset, then x = 0. aa = Output 1 input selection (0 = OFF) bb = Output 2 input selection (0 = OFF) : pp = Output 8 input selection (0 = OFF) 5.9 ID Commands The following ID Command formats shall be used: ? : Report ID / firmware version Device replies with: MX1616 Core vx.y MX1616 Panel vx.y Parameters: x = Major firmware revision y = Minor firmware revision 5.10 Clear Working Preset This command will turn all outputs off immediately. C : Clear working preset Device replies with: P00=00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00 6 Address Configuration Commands The following Address Configuration Command formats shall be used: A= : Report device hardware address configuration. Device replies with: A=xx Parameters: xx = Device address A=xx : Configure device hardware address. Device replies with: A=xx 7 Address Configuration Commands Parameters: xx = Hardware Address (“00” – “99”) 6.1 Address Prefix The address prefix byte shall be formatted as the binary address value (0x00 : 0x63)+ 0x80. The address byte shall not be formatted, nor interpreted as an ASCII character. Examples: Hardware address = “01”, address prefix = 0x81 Hardware address = “99”, address prefix = 0xE3 All command strings must be preceded by an address prefix byte when operating in addressable mode. 6.2 Notes 1. All commands (except the address prefix byte) are “echoed” at the terminal prompt. 2. Any invalid command sequences will return an error prompt / string. 3. In addressable mode (RS-485 ONLY), each command string must be preceded by an address prefix byte. 8 KRAMER: SIMPLE CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY Technical Specifications 7 Technical Specifications 1 Table 1: Technical Specifications of the Cobra MX-1616 VIDEO TRANSPORT: AUDIO TRANSPORT: SERIAL DATA TRANSPORT: MAXIMUM RESOLUTION: SWITCH CONTROL: BAUD RATE: USER INTERFACES: POWER: CONSUMPTION: DIMENSIONS: WEIGHT: ENCLOSURE: OPERATING TEMP: STORAGE HUMIDITY: RGBHV, RGsB, S-video, Component, YUV, HDTV, Y/C, NTSC, PAL, (model and/or configuration-dependent) Line-level combined L and R, stereo, or SPDIF digital audio (model and/or configuration-dependent) Uni-directional RS-232 to 19.2k baud (model and/or configuration-dependent) 1920x1200 (receiver-dependent) Serial control port: RS-232, RS-422 or RS-485 via captive screw connector 9600, 8 bit, 1 stop bit, no parity or 19.2k, 8 bit, 1 stop bit, no parity Front panel push buttons, GUI (included), IP (optional) or 3rd party control via RS-232 90-240 VAC @ 50/60 Hz, internal (power cord included) 49 watts maximum 17.2” W x 6.8” D x 3.5” H (43.6 x 17.2 x 8.86 cm) 19.0” W with included mounting brackets (48.3 cm) 6.5 lb (2.9 Kg) Powder-coated steel (Galvanneal process) 0 to 40°C : -20 to 60°C 80% non-condensing 1 Specifications are subject to change without notice 9 10 KRAMER: SIMPLE CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY For the latest information on our products and a list of Kramer distributors, visit our Web site: www.kramerelectronics.com, where updates to this user manual may be found. We welcome your questions, comments and feedback. Safety Warning: Disconnect the unit from the power supply before opening/servicing. Caution Kramer Electronics, Ltd. Web site: www.kramerelectronics.com E-mail: info@kramerel.com P/N: 2900-650002 REV 3