.Mondo III MatrixInstallation&Setup Guide1

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FCC/IC RFI STATEMENTS, EU DECLARATION OF CONFORMIT, SAFETY WARNING.FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION AND INDUSTRY CANADARADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE STATEMENTSThis device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:device may not cause harmful interference, and(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may causeundesired operation.1) ThisThis equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when theequipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radiofrequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmfulinterference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmfulinterference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.Canada (ICES-003) notice: This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.Cet appareil numerique de la classe A est conforme a la norme NMB-003 du Canada.EUROPEAN UNION DECLARATION OF CONFORMITYWarning: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radiointerference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.Magenta Research (New Milford CT USA) declares under our sole responsibility that the product Mondo III Systemto which this declaration relates is in conformity with the following standard(s) or other normative documents:EN 55022:1998/A1:2000/A2:2003 Class A ITE emissions requirements (EU AS/NZS).EN61000-3-2:2006 Limits for harmonic current emissions (equipment input current up toand including 16A per phase).EN 61000-3-3:1995/A1:2001/A2:2005 Limitation of voltage fluctuations and flicker on lowvoltage supply systems for equipment with rated current up to and including 16A.EN60950-1:2006 Safety for Information Technology EquipmentEN55024:1998/A1:2001/A2:2003 Immunity for ITESAFETY WARNINGInstallation This equipment is to be installed in a restricted access location.Connection Not for direct connection to Telecommunication Network Circuitry (TNV)Power sources This equipment should be operated only from the power source indicated on the product. Thisequipment is intended to be used with a main power system with a grounded (neutral) conductor. Thethird (grounding) pin is a safety feature, do not attempt to bypass or disable it.This equipment can be powered from redundant power sources. Disconnect all power sources before servicing.Power disconnection To remove power from the equipment safely, remove all power cords from the rear ofthe equipment, or from the power source receptacle (wall plug). Note that this equipment has multiple power inputs.Power cord protection Power cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be stepped on or pinched byitems placed upon or against them.Servicing Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. There are no user-serviceable parts inside. Toprevent the risk of shock, do not attempt to service this equipment yourself because opening or removingcovers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards.Slots and openings If the equipment has slots or holes in the enclosure, these are provided to preventoverheating of sensitive components inside. These openings must never be blocked by other objects.Lithium battery There is a danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace it only with thesame or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to local laws.The battery stores configuration information in the event of a power failure. Contact manufacturer for batteryreplacement procedures. Battery is not intended to be a user serviceable part13

MAGENTA MONDO MATRIXContentsChapterPage1. Specifications. .32. Overview & Design Guidelines . .43. Installation . . .144. Configuration . . .185. Commands. .216.Mondo III SAP Design, Configuration, Usage. .327. Troubleshooting .35Appendix A: Cable Pinouts. .36Appendix B: Fan Filter Cleaning/Replacement .39Appendix C: Using the USB port on Mondo III SAP .4024

CHAPTER 1: Specifications.1 SpecificationsVideo & Aux Signals:Signal configuration 4 , individually routable channels per RJ-45 jack.Input impedance.100Ω balanced (Compatible with all MultiView equipment)Nominal input amplitude.1 Volt P-PDynamic headroom . 3dBGain from transmitter input to receiveroutput through switch . UnityCoupling from transmitter input toreceiver output. DCCircuitry bandwidth . 220MHzSignal type .1,2,3,4 & 5 component video aux channels (Via MultiView components)Input connectors (UTP).RJ-45 FemaleInput connectors (VGA).HD15 female, 1/8” audio socketLoop out connectors. .RJ-45 FemaleOutput connectors RJ-45 femaleAudio:Audio signals are ported into the Mondo III Matrix via MutiView components or via a 3.5mm stereo audio jack for Mondo Direct.The type of transmitters and receivers used therefore defines audio specifications. Please refer to the spec sheets for thosecomponents.RS 232 Serial:Serial signals are ported into the Mondo III Matrix via MultiView components or via a 3.5mm audio jack for simplex transmit in aMondo Direct. Transmission is uni-directional broadcast in this mode.Mondo III SAP versions allow bi-directional serial sessions with individual receivers. There are 8 DB9 COM ports on each MondoIII SAP frame That can be used in conjunction with SAP enabled receivers for full bi-directional RS232 communication with thedevice attached to the receiver. Reference Section 6 for SAP usage.Control:Protocol to switch RS-232/RS-422*, Selectable; 9600 baud standard,(rate selectable to 9600, 19,200, 38,400, 57,600, 115,200)8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity, no flow control.Interface connector, input . . .DB9 or 7 position Phoenix**Interface connector, input . . .USB mini B type (Mondo III SAP ONLY. Requires driver file: MONDO3 USB.inf)Interface connector,Interframe communication, input/output .3 position Phoenix or 7 position Phoenix (used for Mondo Legacy mode only)***All input to output switching commands are received and processed by the master frame. Additional frames used within the matrixare connected in a daisy chain and receive processed commands from the master frame.In Mondo III serial control mode, the BUS terminator switch must be ON for the first and last frames.* The 7 pin phoenix serial input supports both RS-232 and RS-422 modesThe DB9 serial ports support RS-232 only** When using Mondo III frames in a legacy Mondo system only the 7 pin phoenix serial connections are used.*** The BUS connector and DB9 ports are disabled in this mode.Power:Power input .100-240V / 50 60HzFused input. Replace fuse with same rating: 250V, 2.5A, Slow Blow, 5x20mmConsumption .200 W MaxRedundancy .2 independent fully redundant AC Mains inputs.Environmental:Temperature/humidityStorage . .-40 to 158 F (-40 to 70 C) / 10% to 90%, non-condensingOperating. .0 to 104 F (0 to 40 C) / 10% to 90%, non-condensingMechanical:Rack mount . . Standard, 4U 19” EIAEnclosure type . Front Panel: Powder coat over aluminumEnclosure: AluminumEnclosure dimensions . .7.0" H x 19" W x 10.25" D (178 mm H x 483 mm W x 260 mm D)Weight . . .16.6 lbs (7.5 kg) fully populated (shipping weight: 24 lbs (10.9 kg))Compliances . CE, NRTL Listed, FCC Part 15MTBF . . .100,000 hours53

MAGENTA MONDO MATRIX2. Overview / Design Guidelines2.1 OverViewThe Mondo III Matrix CAT5 routing switch is a full matrix platform to easily distribute and route video, audio , andserial signals using the MultiView series of video over Cat5 products. It is available in configurations ranging from 16inputs to 16 outputs up to 256 inputs to 512 outputs.New features of the Mondo III architecture are the following: Two independent AC Mains inputs for redundancy Filtered air cooling Improved serial communication Status indicators on the Front Panel Multiple serial port control SAP capability supported in Mondo III SAP versions for end-to-end bi-directional RS232 control of displays. Backwards compatibility with previous Mondo versions (not all features supported in legacy mode)NOTE: This manual covers the current release of the Mondo III Matrix switch. Previous versions of theMondo matrix switch hardware are covered in previous user manuals. In order to utilize a Mondo III frame ina non-Mondo III environment see Section 4, Operational Mode command and Appendix A for legacy Mondoserial bus cabling. Contact Magenta Research for details.The Mondo Direct option allows a direct video connection (15HD VGA) into the Mondo Matrix without using aMultiView transmitter. An 1/8” stereo audio jack is available for audio inputs. This jack can also be configured fortransmit only serial or SPDIF digital audio at time of purchase. RJ45 cascade loop throughs provide connections tosubsequent slave frames. It is only required to have the Mondo Direct option on the first input frame. A maximum of32 Mondo Direct inputs can be configured. It is possible to mix one Mondo Direct card and one or two standardMondo RJ45 input cards as well.The Mondo III SAP version features up to 8 built-in RS 232 serial ports per frame that allow communication to SAPenabled MultiView receiver units.The Mondo III is controlled via an RS 232 interface either through a simple terminal program or any third partycontrol systems.There are no manual or front panel control options for the Mondo III Matrix.An optional separate touch screen interface, Mondo TC, is also available. Contact Magenta Research for details.46

CHAPTER 2: Overview/Design Guidelines.2.2 Design GuidelinesWhen designing or installing a Mondo III system, the following should be adhered to:Equalize all Cat5 Input Cables to the Mondo III MatrixAll Cat5 cable inputs should be as equal as possible between source transmitter and Mondo III Matrix switch(This does not apply to Mondo Direct inputs with VGA inputs).Otherwise video quality may be affected when switching as cable compensation settings at the receiver willchange due to cable lengths changing.This can be accomplished by measuring all Cat5 cables and ensuring they are within 30 ft (9m) of variance. Addservice loops as necessary.Another option is to use the MorphIT Dual EQ option between the transmitter and switch input to normalize allcables to 0 ft prior to the switch. Contact Magenta for details.Cable Length Equalization Method 1: Normalize input cable lengthsAll Cat5 Cable lengths from source Transmitters to the Mondo III Input framemust be within a 30 ft (9m) variance. Add service loops as necessary.Cable Length Equalization Method 2: Using Morph IT Dual EQ cardCable Length Zero ftCable Length LUse the MorphIT Dual EQ card to remove cable lengths from source transmitterjust prior to the Mondo III Matrix switch input. Each port on the Dual EQ card canremove 500 ft (152m) of cable length. Two ports may be cascaded to remove amaximum of 800 ft (244m) of cable length.75

MAGENTA MONDO MATRIXCHAPTER 2: Introduction2.2 Design Guidelines, cont.A 64 input by 16output single framematrix switchInputs 1-16Inputs 17-32Inputs 33-48Inputs 49-64Mondo III Matrix SizingMondo III Matrix frames are available in 16 output sizes. Inputs may vary from 1 to 64 in 16 port increments.To add outputs, frames are cascaded “vertically” in “rows”.To add inputs beyond the 64 input single frame limit, frames are cascaded “horizontally” in “columns”.In the case of Mondo Direct frames, a maximum of 32 inputs is allowed.All frames must have the same number of input ports within a system.Add 16 outputs bycascading verticallyin rows. The aboveswitch is now a 64input by 32 outputtwo frame matrixswitch. A maximumof 512 outputs arepossible.Inputs 1-16Inputs 17-32Inputs 33-48Inputs 49-64Outputs1-16Outputs1-16Inputs 65-80Inputs 81-96Inputs 97-112Add 16 to 48 inputsby cascadinghorizontally incolumns. The aboveswitch is now a 112input by 32 output 4frame matrix switch.A maximum of 256inputs are possible.Inputs 1-16Inputs 17-32Inputs 33-48Inputs 2Outputs17-3268

CHAPTER 2: Overview/Design Guidelines.2.2 Design Guidelines, cont.Eight Frame Cascade LimitAll inputs to the Mondo III are cascaded to subsequent frames via Cat5 cascade loop throughs on each inputcard.It is recommended to loop through no more than 8 frames or video performance may be affected beyond 8frames.If using more than 8 frames, the source signals must be split using multiple transmitters, cascading transmittersvia the local monitor output frames, using T4 multi output transmitters, or the MultiView 9D Cat5 distributionamplifier.Using two single port transmitters to split the video via the local monitor port of the first transmitter:Video out of local monitor port to input of second transmitterVideoInUTPUTP8 Frames8 FramesUsing a T4 transmitter to feed input video to 8 frames at a time:VideoInUTPUTP8 Frames8 Frames97

MAGENTA MONDO MATRIXCHAPTER 2: Introduction2.2 Design Guidelines, cont.Frame Addressing is ImportantAll control of the Mondo III is input via the Master frame.In the Mondo III architecture, any frame can be configured to be the Master regardless of its address, but it isrecommended to make the first frame addressed 00 to be the master. Master frames are set via the LCD. SeeSection 4 for details.There can only be one Master frame in a system.The Mondo III master frame intelligently configures itself when powered on by locating all other slave framesand based on a specific addresses can route switch commands to the correct frame. The master frame shouldbe powered on last for this to occur.There is no need to configure the Mondo III beyond setting frame addresses if default serial port settings areused. If other serial port settings need to be configured or if using other serial input ports, please configure themaccording to instructions in Section 4.Please follow Table 1 on page 9 for address guidelines.Frame addressing is done via the LCD on the rear of the frame. See Section 4 for details.It is necessary to power cycle the frame to make the address change go into effect.The master frame also requires to be re-initialized when a slave frame address is changed or added. This canbe accomplished using the #I command or a power reset.64 input by 32 outputtwo frame matrixswitch.2 Rows and 1ColumnFrame Address00Frame Address00Outputs1-16Outputs17-32Inputs 1-16Inputs 17-32Inputs 33-48Inputs 49-64Frame Address01112 input by 32output four framematrix switch.Note addresssequence insecond column.Outputs1-16Inputs 65-80Inputs 81-96Inputs 97-1121 Row and 1 ColumnInputs 1-16Inputs 17-32Inputs 33-48Inputs 49-6464 input by 16 outputsingle frame matrixswitch.Inputs 1-16Inputs 17-32Inputs 33-48Inputs 49-64Following are some examples of frame addressing based on specific Mondo III Matrix sizes.Frame Address00Outputs1-16Frame Address01Outputs17-322 Rows and 2Columns8 10Frame Address32Frame Address33Outputs1-16Outputs17-32

CHAPTER 2: Overview/Design Guidelines.2.2 Design Guidelines, cont.Use the following table to determine the correct address assignments and Input Output connections for eachswitch frame. Note that Mondo III addressing has changed from legacy Mondo systems. For legacy Mondoframe addressing, refer to previous Mondo Matrix user guides.Table 1: Mondo III Matrix Frame AddressesCOL1:INPUT1- 64COL 2:INPUT65 - 112COL 3:INPUT113 - 160COL 4:INPUT161 - 208COL 5:INPUT209 - 256OUTPUTSROW 1:Addr 00Addr 32Addr 64Addr 96Addr 1281 - 16ROW 2:Addr 01Addr 33Addr 65Addr 97Addr 12917 - 32ROW 3:Addr 02Addr 34Addr 66Addr 98Addr 13033 - 48ROW 4:Addr 03Addr 35Addr 67Addr 99Addr 13149 - 64ROW 5:Addr 04Addr 36Addr 68Addr 100Addr 13265 - 80ROW 6:Addr 05Addr 37Addr 69Addr 101Addr 13381 - 96ROW 7:Addr 06Addr 38Addr 70Addr 102Addr 13497 - 112ROW 8:Addr 07Addr 39Addr 71Addr 103Addr 135113 - 128ROW 9:Addr 08Addr 40Addr 72Addr 104Addr 136129 - 144ROW 10:Addr 09Addr 41Addr 73Addr 105Addr 137145 - 160ROW 11:Addr 10Addr 42Addr 74Addr 106Addr 138161 - 176ROW 12:Addr 11Addr 43Addr 75Addr 107Addr 139177 - 192ROW 13:Addr 12Addr 44Addr 76Addr 108Addr 140193 - 208ROW 14:Addr 13Addr 45Addr 77Addr 109Addr 141209 - 224ROW 15:Addr 14Addr 46Addr 78Addr 110Addr 142225 - 240ROW 16:Addr 15Addr 47Addr 79Addr 111Addr 143241 - 256ROW 17:Addr 16Addr 48Addr 80Addr 112Addr 144257 - 272ROW 18:Addr 17Addr 49Addr 81Addr 113Addr 145273 - 288ROW 19:Addr 18Addr 50Addr 82Addr 114Addr 146289 - 304ROW 20:Addr 19Addr 51Addr 83Addr 115Addr 147305 - 320ROW 21:Addr 20Addr 52Addr 84Addr 116Addr 148321 - 336ROW 22:Addr 21Addr 53Addr 85Addr 117Addr 149337 - 352ROW 23:Addr 22Addr 54Addr 86Addr 118Addr 150353 - 368ROW 24:Addr 23Addr 55Addr 87Addr 119Addr 151369 - 384ROW 25:Addr 24Addr 56Addr 88Addr 120Addr 152385 - 400ROW 26:Addr 25Addr 57Addr 89Addr 121Addr 153401 - 416ROW 27:Addr 26Addr 58Addr 90Addr 122Addr 154417 - 432ROW 28:Addr 27Addr 59Addr 91Addr 123Addr 155433 - 448ROW 29:Addr 28Addr 60Addr 92Addr 124Addr 156449 - 464ROW 30:Addr 29Addr 61Addr 93Addr 125Addr 157465 - 480ROW 31:Addr 30Addr 62Addr 94Addr 126Addr 158481 - 496ROW 32:Addr 31Addr 63Addr 95Addr 127Addr 159497 - 512119

MAGENTA MONDO MATRIX2.2 Design Guidelines, cont.Switching Individual Signals (Pairs) on a single input/outputIt is possible to switch individual pairs of the Cat5 switch inputs and outputs to one or different locations.This is useful when sending audio or serial signals from one source to locations that have different video sources.For example, a different source of video may be displayed while a single audio or serial signal is broadcast to one ormore displays without changing the video signal. Reference the Batch Routing Command set in Section 5.See the table below for a reference chart for the signals MultiView places on individual pairs.Local Breakout of SignalsIt is possible to breakout source input signals such as video, audio, or serial by utilizing the last input card cascadeloop outs to the appropriate Magenta receiver. Note that these signals do not pass through the switch.Video OutAudio/Serial Out1012

CHAPTER 2: Overview/Design Guidelines.2.2 Design Guidelines, cont.Mondo III SAP ModeThe Mondo III SAP option features up to 8 serial ports that can be configured as Mondo control ports or used inSAP mode.SAP mode offers the ability for bi-directional RS232 control of devices attached to SAP enabled receiver units.Reference Section 6, SAP Usage, for instructions on using SAP mode with the Mondo III Matrix.The Mondo III SAP option also features an additional USB control input that can be used with any serial terminalapplication on a PC. A software driver, MONDO3 USB.inf, is required to be installed on the host PC.This can be found on the accompanying CDROM or downloaded at http://www.magenta-research.comSee diagram below for an explanation of the Mondo III serial ports.Non-Mondo III SAP systems do not have COM3—COM8 enabled and do not have the ability for SAP control orUSB control.Mondo III SAP RS232 InputsCom1 through Com8Control or SAP capableMondo III ControlSAP versiononly.Requires softwaredriver on host PC1311

MAGENTA MONDO MATRIXCHAPTER 2: Overview/Design Guidelines2.2 Design Guidelines, cont.Controlling the Mondo III MatrixThe Mondo III Matrix does not offer manual or front panel control options.All commands are input via an RS232 serial port on the master frame via a third party control system such asCalypso Control Systems, Crestron, or AMX.A remote control panel, the Mondo TC touchscreen, is also available as a control option. Contact MagentaResearch for details.Additionally a simple terminal program such as Hyperterminal (available as part of the Windows operating system)may be used to send individual commands to the Mondo III.The Mondo III features multiple serial ports for various control options depending upon the version:Mondo III without the SAP option Features two DB9 COM ports that can be used for additional control options (note that ports COM1and COM2 are only supplied on the first Mondo frame). The 7 pin phoenix connector labeled 1-7 may also be used as a control input COM port.Mondo III with the SAP optionFeatures eight DB9 COM ports that can be used for additional control options or in SAP mode.The 7 pin phoenix connector labeled 1-7 may also be used as a control input COM port.A USB port can also be used with a PC serial terminal application. Interframe serial cabling utilizes the BUS connector labeled A,B, GND. This is a high speed serial bus system thathas higher execution speeds. This bus is only compatible in Mondo III mode.A 7 pin phoenix output connector labeled 8-14 is provided for backwards compatibility with older Mondo systems.The Mondo III frame must be configured via the LCD to legacy mode for this connector to function.See Appendix A for cabling and Section 4 for LCD configuration.See Section 3 for cabling and connection diagrams.Mondo III Control Input (COM1 &COM2.Non-SAP versions. First frame onlyContact ClosureUsed in ALARMmode. Seecommand sectionMondo III Control Input (COM1through COM8.SAP versions. All frames.Mondo III ControlSAP versiononly.Requires softwaredriver on host PCMondo III Interframe cabling (input)Mondo III Control Input and/orLegacy Mondo InterframeCabling (input)Mondo III Interframe cabling (output)Legacy Mondo InterframeCabling (output)Not used for Mondo IIIMondo III Interframe Bus Termination switch.1214

.2.2 Design Guidelines, cont.Front Panel Status DashboardEach Mondo III frame features a front panel status panel that shows a frames current state with respect to powersupply health, fan health, air filter service, internal frame temperature, system communications, and any alarmevents.Indicators are detailed and explained below:PS1/PS2 – Power supply status indicator. The power supply generates two voltages: 5V and –5V. Both voltages are monitored and theirstatus is shown here.1.Solid Green: Power supply function is normal2.Flashing Red: Both 5V and –5V voltages are off.3.Solid Yellow: Either 5V or –5V is out of normal range or off.4.Flashing Yellow: Both 5V and –5V voltages are out of normal range.FAN1/FAN2 – Cooling fan status indicator. The fan speed is monitored and the status is indicated here.1.Solid Green: Fan is operating normally.2.Flashing Red: Fan isn’t turning (locked rotor, bad fan motor).3.Solid Yellow: Fan is turning too slow (bad bearings, bad fan motor).FILTER – Indicates filter status. The Mondo III features filtered air cooling. The filter is located on left side of the unit and is easilyremovable by simply sliding it out the rear of the unit. Please ensure the filter is cleaning periodically. See Appendix B forremoval instructions. The interval is manually configured via the LCD and is not automatic.1.Solid Green: filter does not require service.2.Solid Red: Filter requires service.ALARM – Indicates an alarm condition if any of the system elements shown on the dashboard are not operating normally.This is also linked to the dry contact (Form C) ALARM output for remote alarm monitoring (only power supply, temperatureand fan failure affect the ALARM indicator and dry contact closure)1.Solid Green: no alarms, system is functioning normally.2.Solid Red: Alarm state, one or more system elements are not operating correctly or need service.COMMS – Indicates communication and link port activity.1.Off: No communication port activity.2.Solid Blue: Main Control port or auxiliary serial port activity.3.Solid Green: Frame bus link activity (Mondo 3 mode) or Slave frame control port activity (Mondo 2 mode).Note: In a multiple frame Mondo III system, all COMMS indicators should be green when the system is idle. A dark indicatorindicates a bad or disconnected bus link cable. A single Master frame however will not show a green indicator because nothingis connected to the bus link.Note: In Legacy Mondo mode, the indicator will only turn green on Slave frames when a switch event occurs. If the indicatordoes not illuminate during switch commands, check for a bad or disconnected inter-frame communications cable.TEMP – Indicates temperature1.Solid Green: Temperature is within allowable range.2.Flashing Yellow: Temperature is 38 degrees C or higher.3.Flashing Red: Temperature is 42 degrees C or higher.15 13

MAGENTA MONDO MATRIXCHAPTER 3: Installation3. Installation1.Install the Mondo III Matrix switch frames in a suitable rack fixture. The Mondo III Matrix is designed toinstall into a standard 19” wide cabinet. It is recommended to install all Mondo III Matrix hardware in arestricted access location such as a secure equipment room. Ensure there is adequate ventilation space onside and rear of unit. It is not necessary to allow ventilation space above or below each frame.WARNING This equipment is not intended for, nor does it support, distribution through an Ethernetnetwork. Do not connect these devices to any sort of networking or telecommunicationsequipment!Not for direct connection to the telecommunication network circuitry (TNV)This equipment is to be installed in a restricted access location only.Product may be powered by redundant power sources. Disconnect all power sourcesbefore servicing.2.Before any cables are connected, determine the Input / Output assignments for each switch frame. Theaddress assigned to the switch frame determines the Input / Output range in the Mondo III Matrix system.See Table 1 in Section 2.2 for frame address schemes. If the Mondo III SAP option has been purchased,ensure the frames with the SAP COM ports are in the last column. Reference Section 6, Mondo III SAPUsage.3.Apply power to each individual Mondo III Matrix frame and verify (or assign) proper switch frame addressesaccording to intended Input / Output assignments. Each switch frame must have a unique address. Use theconfiguration LCD to configure the address. Press the MENU button until FRAME ADDRESS is shown. ThePress UP/DOWN buttons to change address if necessary. Finally press the OK button to save changes.See Section 4 for details on other configuration parameters.Frame Address:00014 16

.3. Installation (cont)4.Depending on the version purchased, switch frames may have multiple sets of I/O Comm Ports. COM1through COM8 are standard DB9 RS-232 interfaces that may be connected to a third party control system orthe Mondo TC touch panel control unit (these COM ports need to be configured and set via the LCD for controlmode. See Section 4, Configuration). The 7 pin captive screw connector labeled 1-7 is typically used toconnect to a third party control system and is always enabled. The 3 pin Phoenix IN/OUT connection labeledBUS is for interframe serial communication. This connection is only utilized in Mondo III mode and not enabledin Legacy Mondo mode. In legacy Mondo systems, please use the 7 pin IN/OUT Phoenix connectors forinterframe communication (see Appendix A for cable pinouts).5.Connect the control cable (RS-232) between the controller device (PC or third party control system) and theMaster switch frame desired COM port. It is recommended to use the 7 pin phoenix connector for thisapplication.6.Connect interframe bus cables between each frame. Remember to set the BUS TERM switch to ON for thefirst and last frames and ensure it is OFF for middle frames. Frames do not need to be cabled in any particularorder as long as the first and last frames have the BUS term ON and all other frames have BUS term OFF.These COM ports mayalso b

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio