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Kramer Electronics, Ltd. USER MANUAL Model: Cobra TS2 Universal Transmitter Contents Contents 1 2 3 4 4.1 4.2 5 6 Introduction Getting Started Overview Setup and Installation Making the Connections Connections on the Single-Port VGA/RS-232 Solutions to Common Problems Technical Specifications 1 1 2 3 3 4 5 15 Figures Figure 1: Connecting the Cobra TS2 with Audio Figure 2: Setting Sync Signal Output Termination Figure 3: DC Restore / AC Coupling Options Figure 4: Cobra TS2 Jumper Locations and Settings Figure 5: Receiver Mounting Bracket Figure 6: Mounting Bracket 4 9 10 11 13 13 Tables Table 1: HD15 Video Connector PINOUT Table 2: Terminal Block PINOUT Table 3: DB9 Female Serial connector Table 4: T568B CAT 5 PINOUT Table 5: Cobra TS2 Configuration Jumper Settings Table 6: Technical Specifications of the Cobra TS2 7 7 8 8 12 15 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 TOOLS Cobra TS2 Universal Transmitter, which extends VGA, audio and serial signals over ordinary Category 5 cable. This unit is field configurable for various video, audio and serial options (see Appendix D for configuration settings). The TS2 series feature video, audio and RS-232 signals on a single CAT 5 cable. The package includes the Cobra TS2 Universal Transmitter and this user manual2. 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 Use Kramer high performance high resolution cables3. You may also need 1/8” (3.5mm) audio cable, video cable with HD15 connectors, serial cable with DB9 connectors, and CAT 5 cable. 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 2 Download up-to-date Kramer user manuals from the Internet at this URL: http://www.kramerelectronics.com 3 The complete list of Kramer cables is on our Web site at http://www.kramerelectronics.com 1 Overview 3 Overview Our Kramer Cobra series products are compatible with CAT 5/5e/6 data cabling as well as skew free CAT 5/5e cabling manufactured for video applications. Note that some skew free CAT 5 is specific to a particular vendor and is not compatible with our products. Ensure any skew free CAT 5 cable is non-proprietary prior to purchase / installation. We recommend using our Kramer Cobra ultra low skew cable—BC-HDTP (solid bulk) or BCP-HDTP (solid plenum bulk)—available in lengths of 700' (210m) and 1300' (390m). CAT 6 cable, due to the manufacture method, can exhibit much greater skew than standard CAT 5/5e and may require skew compensation beyond what the standard product offers. Contact Kramer Electronics for assistance. CAT 5/5e/6 cabling for this product must be pinned to the TIA-EIA T568B wiring specification (see appendix A). We also highly recommend that all CAT 5 cables be pre-terminated and tested. Cables terminated on-site or in an existing infrastructure should be tested before use to ensure compliance with the TIA-EIA T568B specification. Using incorrectly terminated CAT 5 cables can damage this product. Achieving the best performance 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 TS2 in a location free from moisture and away from excessive sunlight and dust 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! 1 For example: model number AD2512C, part number 2535-000251 2 KRAMER: SIMPLE CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY Setup and Installation 4 Setup and Installation Data Mode Configuration The Kramer Cobra TS2 Universal Transmitter is configured in full modem bidirectional serial modes. If you are using the daisy chain receivers, a CAT 5 matrix switch or CAT 5 distribution amp, this mode must be changed to unidirectional broadcast. To do this, configure the internal Serial Daughterboard (SDB) to change the transmitters and receivers serial mode operation (see Appendix E). This configuration should be done before making any cable connections and applying power. Alternatively, remove the internal daughterboard and use the transmitters built in simplex serial option with the appropriate jumper changes. With regard to connecting the cables: We recommend mounting and connecting all cabling to the Cobra TS2 Universal Transmitter components before applying power. Be sure that the CAT 5 cable you intend to use has been tested to comply with the T568B wiring specification (see Appendix A). 4.1 Making the Connections This section contains figures showing connections with the specific Cobra Series models. In general, however, the connection and setup procedure at both transmitter and receiver ends is as follows: NOTE: all units must be the same type for all supported features to function correctly. For example, a Cobra TS2 must be connected to a Cobra R1300S2 (R1300S2M in a daisy chain configuration) for the audio and serial signals to function. Similarly, a Cobra TS2 cannot be used with a Cobra R500A. Video modes may function normally, but 4th pair options will not. At the transmitter end: 1. Connect the source video to the Cobra TS2 Series transmitter video input port, which is an HD15 connector labeled VIDEO IN. 2. If desired, attach a local monitor via the local monitor port to LOOP OUT. 3. Make your audio or serial connections via the AUDIO/AUX I/O connector or DB9 connector as appropriate. 4. Connect the CAT 5 cable to the transmitter. 5. Apply power on the transmitter. The LED should light and, if there is a local monitor attached, a video image should appear on the monitor’s screen. 3 Setup and Installation At the receiver end (refer to the receiver user manual): 1. Connect the VIDEO OUTPUT HD15 connector to the display unit, and attach any audio (AUX I/O) and/or serial connections (RS-232) depending on the model of the Cobra CAT 5 Video System. 2. Connect the CAT 5 cable to the LINK INPUT connection. If daisy chaining units, connect the output CAT 5 cable to the LINK OUTPUT connection. 3. Apply power. The LED should light and video should appear on the display (make sure display is powered ON). 4. Adjust video levels and skew compensation per appropriate receiver manual. 4.2 Connections on the Single-Port VGA/RS-232 The Single-Port Cobra TS2 CAT 5 Video System with RS-232 supports video and full-modem serial (RS-232) signals over CAT 5 cable. You can also use the transmitters and receivers to make video-only connections without serial communications. Figure 1 shows the Single-Port Cobra TS2 CAT 5 Video System with RS-232 Transmitter connections. Figure 1: Connecting the Cobra TS2 with Audio NOTE Serial communication mode is unidirectionally broadcast when using transmitters and daisy-chained receivers. In this mode, all other devices must be of the simplex serial type. For more information, contact Technical Support. 4 KRAMER: SIMPLE CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY Solutions to Common Problems 5 Solutions to Common Problems In most cases, nearly every issue with the Cobra TS2 CAT 5 Video System can be resolved by checking the CAT 5 termination and making sure that it’s pinned to the TIA/EIA 568B wiring specification. However, there may be other problems that cause the system to not perform as it is designed. Below are solutions to the most common installation errors. Problem: No video signal at the transmitter local port or at the receiver. Solution: Check that both units are powered. Ensure receiver EQ adjustment is set correctly — turn knob slowly. Make sure the CAT 5 cable is terminated correctly per the TIA/EIA 568B wiring specification. Is the display device powered on and functioning? Check to ensure display settings (resolution, refresh rate, and so on) are compatible with input signal. In some cases, the video termination may be mismatched. The transmitters and receivers ship with 75-ohm termination as the default. To disable termination, see Appendix B. Poor video quality. Have all receiver adjustments been finished? Ensure EQ adjustment is set correctly — turn knob slowly. Check all cable connections. The video signal’s refresh rate may be set too high. Reset to a lower refresh rate in your monitor-configuration menu. There may be a delay skew issue. See the section on Skew in the receiver manual. There may be a DDC compatibility problem. See Appendix G. Poor audio quality. Powered speakers are required. Make sure speaker power is ON. Check input source levels from the source device. Make sure the audio source is not overdriven or underdriven. Audio is summed left and right for “A” versions. If using a single channel, both audio inputs must be connected at the transmitter end for full audio gain. Audio is line level. S2 serial/audio units support full stereo line level. A high frequency noise may be heard if the CAT 5 cable from the transmitter is disconnected, or the transmitter is not powered up. This is normal and will disappear once a complete link connection is made. If Daisy Chaining, only the “end unit” should be an R1300S2. The R1300S2M should be used as “middle units”. R1300S2 units cannot be modified in the field. Problem: Solution: Problem: Solution: 5 Solutions to Common Problems Problem: Solution: Problem: Solution: 6 Serial communication doesn’t work correctly. Are the serial devices connected properly? Are the serial parameters correct for source/destination devices? Are the serial cables terminated correctly? If a null-modem cable is used, it must be placed at the receiver end. When using RS-232 transmitters or receivers in daisy chains, CAT 5 switches or CAT 5 distribution amps, the serial signal is a unidirectionally broadcast mode only. In this mode, all other Cobra CAT 5 Video System devices must be the simplex serial type. For assistance, contact Technical Support. The last device in a transmitter-to receiver or daisy chain configuration must be terminated. The R1300S2 can only be used as an “end unit” in a transmitterto-receiver or daisy chain configuration. The R1300S2M Receiver must be used as a “middle unit” in a daisy chain configuration. Using the R1300S2 as a “middle unit” will prevent audio and serial signals from operating correctly. Using the R1300S2M as an “end unit” will prevent audio and serial signals from operating correctly. R1300S2/R1300S2M Receivers cannot be modified in the field. See Appendix E for Serial board settings. “Green shift” or “green washout” on multimedia signals. The standard video/serial model is designed to function with DC coupled signals in which the black level is referenced to 0 volts. Nearly all VGA cards function this way. Some media servers, however, provide AC coupled signals and can cause a green color shift in the video. This is a result of the sync clamping on the red and blue channels of the video/serial model. For five-component (RGB/H&V) AC coupled video, the Cobra CAT 5 Video System TS2 Universal transmitter has been designed with full DC restoration capability. KRAMER: SIMPLE CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY Solutions to Common Problems Appendix A Cabling Pinouts Table 1: HD15 Video Connector PINOUT Pin RGBHV (VGA) RGBS RGsB 1 Red + Red + Red + 2 Green+ Green+ Green+ 3 Blue+ Blue+ Blue+ 4 — — — 5 Gnd Gnd Gnd 6 Red- Red- Red- 7 Green- Green- Green- 8 Blue- Blue- Blue- 9 — — — 10 Gnd Gnd — 11 Gnd Gnd — 12 — — — 13 H Sync C Sync — 14 V Sync — — 15 Gnd Gnd — Composite SVHS (Y/C) C+ YUV C+ V+ Y+ Y+ U+ C- C- V- Y- YU- Table 2: Terminal Block PINOUT PIN Audio S2 Audio* Simplex Serial S/PDIF Audio Composite Video Pin 1 Left Channel Left Channel Tx Signal + Signal + Pin 2 Ground Ground ground Signal - Signal - Pin 3 Right Channel Right Channel - - - Shell - - Pin 4 - *S2 audio channels are reversed at the receiver end. Left audio is on pin 3 and right audio is on pin 1. 7 Solutions to Common Problems Appendix A Cabling Pinouts Table 3: DB9 Female Serial connector Pin Full Duplex 3 wire (S2) Simplex 1 DCD 2 RX RX 3 TX TX TX 4 DTR 5 Ground Ground Ground 6 DSR 7 RTS 8 CTS 9 RI Table 4: T568B CAT 5 PINOUT 8 KRAMER: SIMPLE CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY Solutions to Common Problems Appendix B Setting Sync Signal Output Termination In some cases, it may be necessary to disable the 75-ohm termination of the video outputs on the Cobra CAT 5 Video System units. This can be done by opening the case of each unit and installing jumpers on the circuit board. The settings disable/enable the 75-ohm termination on individual units. For instance, changing a transmitter termination affects the local monitor port only, it doesn’t affect the receivers. Conversely, changing a receiver affects the output port of the receiver, not the transmitter. The following illustrations show the jumper locations for the Cobra TS2 unit. 75-ohm sync termination: To enable: Both jumpers OUT (Default) To disable: Both jumpers IN Figure 2: Setting Sync Signal Output Termination 9 Solutions to Common Problems Appendix C DC Restore to fix Green Shift of AC Coupled Signals The standard Cobra product is designed to function with DC coupled signals with the black level referenced to 0 volts. Nearly all VGA cards function this way. However, some media servers or digital camera devices provide AC coupled signals and can cause a green color shift in the video. This is a result of the sync clamping on the Red and Blue channels in the Cobra. The CobraT2 transmitter has been designed with full DC restore capability. A simple switch setting is all that is required. The following diagrams show the switch location and settings for the Cobra Universal Transmitter assembly. Note: Switch settings other than shown below may result in unpredictable performance and are not supported by Kramer. DC restore / AC coupling options: Disable: (Default) AC Coupling to A DC Restore to A Internal SW5 position 1 OFF (default) Mode 1 Enable AC Coupling to B DC Restore to B Internal SW5 position 1 OFF (default) Mode 2 Enable AC Coupling to B DC Restore to A Internal SW5 position 1 ON Figure 3: DC Restore / AC Coupling Options 10 KRAMER: SIMPLE CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY Solutions to Common Problems Appendix D Cobra TS2 Configuration Settings Note: Cobra transmitters are typically pre-configured at time of order and will have factory configuration indicated in the part number label on the underside of the unit. The factory configuration may be changed or checked by using the following jumper location diagram as well as Table 5 for jumper settings. Figure 4: Cobra TS2 Jumper Locations and Settings 11 Solutions to Common Problems Table 5: Cobra TS2 Configuration Jumper Settings Configuration Option (all options utilize 4th pair, except special configurations): SW1 SW2 SW3 SW6 With Left/Right Line Level Audio 1 Off 2 ON 3 Off 4 Off 1 ON 2 ON 3 Off 4 Off 1 Off 2 Off 3 ON 4 ON 1 ON 2 ON 3 ON 4 Off With SDPIF Digital Audio 1 Off 2 Off 3 ON 4 Off 1 Off 2 Off 3 ON 4 Off 1 Off 2 Off 3 ON 4 ON 1 ON 2 ON 3 ON 4 Off With Simplex Serial (receive only) 1 ON 2 Off 3 Off 4 Off 1 Off 2 Off 3 Off 4 ON 1 Off 2 Off 3 ON 4 ON 1 ON 2 ON 3 ON 4 Off With Composite Video 1 Off 2 Off 3 ON 4 Off 1 Off 2 Off 3 ON 4 Off 1 Off 2 Off 3 ON 4 ON 1 ON 2 ON 3 ON 4 Off With RS232 serial or S2 series (requires separate daughterboard installed) 1 Off 2 Off 3 Off 4 Off 1 Off 2 Off 3 Off 4 Off 1 Off 2 Off 3 Off 4 Off 1 ON 2 ON 3 ON 4 Off With Left/Right Line Level Audio 1 Off 2 ON 3 Off 4 Off 1 ON 2 ON 3 Off 4 Off 1 Off 2 Off 3 ON 4 ON 1 ON 2 ON 3 ON 4 Off With SDPIF Digital Audio 1 Off 2 Off 3 ON 4 Off 1 Off 2 Off 3 ON 4 Off 1 Off 2 Off 3 ON 4 ON 1 ON 2 ON 3 ON 4 Off With Simplex Serial (receive only) 1 ON 2 Off 3 Off 4 Off 1 Off 2 Off 3 Off 4 ON 1 Off 2 Off 3 ON 4 ON 1 ON 2 ON 3 ON 4 Off With Composite Video 1 Off 2 Off 3 ON 4 Off 1 Off 2 Off 3 ON 4 Off 1 Off 2 Off 3 ON 4 ON 1 ON 2 ON 3 ON 4 Off With RS232 serial or S2 series (requires separate daughterboard installed) 1 Off 2 Off 3 Off 4 Off 1 Off 2 Off 3 Off 4 Off 1 Off 2 Off 3 Off 4 Off 1 ON 2 ON 3 ON 4 Off 1 Off 2 Off 3 Off 4 Off 1 Off 2 Off 3 Off 4 Off 1 Off 2 Off 3 Off 4 Off 1 Off 2 ON 3 Off 4 Off RGBHV Computer Video Composite, S-Video, Component Video Special configurations: Composite Video and Stereo Audio All signals input via HD15 connector (AV mode) 12 KRAMER: SIMPLE CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY Solutions to Common Problems Appendix F Rackmounting Units The Rackmount Kits include brackets for mounting a single transmitter, single receiver, or a single dual daisychainable receiver. Figure 5 shows the 1-Unit Rackmount Bracket , which can be used to mount a single unit on a wall. Figure 6 shows the 4-Unit Rackmount Bracket, which holds four units in a 19" x 1U rack. Not shown are brackets for 8 units and brackets for series receivers and transmitters. The 8-Unit Rackmount Bracket holds the mounted units like the 4-Unit Rackmount Bracket but is 2U high instead of 1U high, stacking 4 slots directly above 4 slots. The 3-Unit receiver and T4 Transmitter Bracket holds 3 units in a 19" wide x 1U high panel. The 6-Unit receiver and Transmitter Bracket occupies 2U high rack space stacking 3 units atop 3 units. Figure 5: Receiver Mounting Bracket Figure 6: Mounting Bracket 13 Solutions to Common Problems Appendix G Setting Sync Mode The Cobra TS2 has the capability for fixed and agile sync. The default sync mode setting is for agile sync which replicates the source sync polarity signals. However some displays require a fixed sync polarity that is not possible to change at the video source. NOTE: Both transmitter and receiver must have the same settings. Not all Kramer Cobra TS2 transmitter/receivers support this function. In this case Agile Sync Mode must be used. Contact technical support for help. 14 Jumper Setting SW5 Fixed Sync 1 N/A 2 ON Agile Sync (default) 1 N/A 2 Off KRAMER: SIMPLE CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY Technical Specifications 6 Technical Specifications 1 Table 6: Technical Specifications of the Cobra TS2 CABLE REQUIRED: COMPLIANCE: VIDEO SUPPORT: RESOLUTION AND REFRESH RATE: REQUIRED SOURCE IMPEDANCE: REQUIRED DESTINATION IMPEDANCE: AUDIO CHARACTERISTICS: SERIAL CHARACTERISTICS: CONNECTORS: TEMPERATURE TOLERANCE: HUMIDITY TOLERANCE: ENCLOSURE: POWER: SIZE: WEIGHT: Category 5, 5e, 6 shielded or unshielded twisted pair CE; FCC Class A, IC Class/class A VGA, SVGA, XGA, XGA-2, RGBHV, RGB, Composite, S-Video, Component Video modes Up to 1920 x 1200 at up to 60 Hz (receiver dependent) Video OUT: 75 ohms; Audio models: Audio OUT (if any): 600 ohms maximum S/PDIF audio models: 75 Ohm. Video IN: 75 ohms; Audio models: Audio IN (if any): 600 ohms minimum S/PDIF audio models: 75 Ohm. Channels: Line Level 600 Ohm Unbalanced Protocol: 3 wire, fixed baud rate of 9600. (1) 4 position terminal block, (1) DB9 F, (1) RJ-45, (2) HD15 F Operating: 32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C); Storage: -4 to +140°F (-20 to +60°C) Up to 80% noncondensing Steel +5 VDC; Consumption: 5 watts maximum 1.2"H x 4.2"W x 4.3"D (3.1 x 10.4 x 10.9 cm) 1.0 lb. (0.45 kg) 1 Specifications are subject to change without notice 15 16 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: [email protected] P/N: 2900-650008 REV 3