Do the AT-UHD-CLSO-60 HDBaseT ports also provide power to HDBaseT baluns?
Yes, all HDBaseT ports (inputs & outputs) provide power to suitable PoCc supported HDBaseT transmitters and receivers respectively. This does not include units that require thier own power supplies like AT-HDTX-RSNET or AT-HDVS-RX as an example.
Can I send control signals via the AT-UHD-CLSO-60 HDBaseT ports?
Yes, the CLSO can send RS232 commands to any of the HDBaseT ports (input or output) allowing control of source or displays.
Can I connect an AT-HDVS-TX transmitter into the HDbaseT input on the CLSO and use the Display On /Off Button to toggle power?
No. You cannot toggle power via AT-HDVS-TX via CLSO.
Can I control the unit via IR from a remote location?
The IR inputs on the back of the unit will only be passed to the various IR outputs on the back of the unit. The unit will not accept IR control commands from the back IR ports. The work around would be to take one of the IR outputs and attach an emitter and stick the emitter to the front IR window of the unit.
Do All Atlona products have 2 way RS-232 communication between the device and the controller?
Yes. RS-232 to HDBaseT I/O (CLSO, PRO2/3 Matrices etc.) Have to be selected for two way communication to occur.
Can I switch inputs on HDVS via CLSO?
Yes, you can switch inputs on HDVS via CLSO via RS232 or telnet on the AT-UHD-CLSO-60. The command below will switch to VGA:
Note: If you want to switch to Hdmi port on the AT-HDVS-TX-WP, place “Hdmi” in place of “Vga” above command string. If you are using an AT- HDVS-TX (non wallplate version) instead, then you can choose “Hdmi1” for 1st hdmi input port and “Hdmi” for 2nd Hdmi input port. The 2 carriage returns are required for these commands to work.
I checked the IP address on my unit via the front panel LCD. It reads “0.0.0.0”. Do I have a bad unit?
No. Your unit is fine. By default out of the factory, DHCP is enabled hence the reason you are seeing “0.0.0.0” for the IP address. Either connect the unit to your work network to establish a network connection to acquire a local IP address. If you want to connect it to your local router instead, please connect via RS232 and send this command “IPDHCP off” to get a “192.168.1.X” IP address for your unit as visible on the LCD.