IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSTo reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, read and follow all instructions and warnings in thismanual. Keep this manual for future reference.1. Do not expose to water.2. Do not remove cover. No user serviceable parts inside.3. Clean only with a dry cloth.4. Leave sufficient space between devices and do not block ventilation holes for propercooling.5. Do not stack transmitter or receivers on top of each other.6. Do not install near any device or source that generates heat.7. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves or otherapparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.8. Do not override the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding plug. A polarized plug hastwo blades, one of which is wider than the other. A grounding plug has two matching bladesand a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong is provided for your safety. Ifthe provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of theobsolete outlet.9. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched, particularly at the plug end andwhere the power cord is attached to the apparatus.10. Only use manufacturer’s recommended power supply if the use of an external power supplyfor the transmitter and receiver is necessary.11. Only use attachments and accessories specified by the manufacturer.12. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatushas been damaged in any way, such as when the power supply cord or plug is damaged,liquid has been spilled on or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus hasbeen exposed to rain or moisture, the apparatus does not operate normally, or it has beendropped.13. Disconnect the power supply cord from the power outlet, or disconnect the transmitterand receivers from the network PoE connections or remove the network switch power cordfrom the outlet, to completely disconnect the controller from power.3

GETTING STARTEDTo get started, you will need: 1 per source: MoIP Transmitter B-900-MOIP-4K-TX 1 per display: MoIP Receiver B-900-MOIP-4K-RX 1 MoIP Controller B-900-MOIP-4K-CTRL 1 Layer 2 Managed switch Sources, Displays, HDMI cables and category cablingMoIP Controller work 5VDCFactory DefaultRebootBCDEFA. Status LEDSolid during system boot Blinks during normal operationB. Reboot ButtonUse a pin to press the recessed button to restartC. USB PortsNot used for the MoIP systemD. Network/LAN PortConnect to MoIP switch to provide access to MoIP transmitters and receiversE. HDMI PortNot used for the MoIP systemF. 12 VDC Power ConnectionConnect the power supply providedG. Factory Default buttonUse a pin to press recessed button restore factory settings4G

MoIP Transmitter B-900-MOIP-4K-TXACBDEFGHIJKLA. Power IndicatorOn: Power on Blink: Booting Off: Power offB. System Status LightOn: Connected to network with source present Off: Not connected to network Blinking: Connected to network and o source presentC. Network PortProvides access to network and power via Power-over-Ethernet (POE)D. DIP SwitchesSwitch 1: IR receiver on/Off Switch 2: DTE/DCEE. 3.5 mm InputAnalog Audio embedding to replace HDMI audioF. L/R Audio OutRCA Analog audio de-embedding of 2-channel PCM audioG. RS-232RJ45, RS-232, (TX, RX, Ground), EIA-561 pin outH. HDMI IN/OUTHDMI source input and HDMI loop output for local displayI. IR Receiver3.5 mm mini Mono/Stereo for external receiversJ. IR Flasher3.5 mm mini Mono/Stereo output to IR emitterK. Factory ResetPress and hold for 10 seconds to restore to factory settingsL. 12 V 2A Power Connection12VDC 2A locking connection for external power supply (not included)5

MoIP Receiver B-900-MOIP-4K-RXACBDEFGHIJKA. Power IndicatorOn: Power on Blink: Booting Off: Power offB. System Status LightOn: Connected to network and not subscribed to transmitter stream Off: Notconnected to network Blinking: Connected to network and subscribed to transmitterstreamC. Network PortProvides access to network and power via Power-over-Ethernet (POE)D. DIP SwitchesSwitch 1: IR receiver On/Off Switch 2: DTE/DCEE. 3.5 mm InputAnalog Audio embedding to replace HDMI audioF. L/R Audio OutRCA Analog audio de-embedding of 2-channel PCM audioG. RS-232RJ45, RS-232, (TX, RX, Ground), EIA-561 pin outH. HDMI OUTHDMI source input and HDMI loop output for local displayI. IR Receiver3.5 mm mini Mono/Stereo for external receiversJ. IR Flasher3.5 mm mini Mono/Stereo output to IR emitter/flasherK. Factory ResetPress and hold for 10 seconds to restore to factory settingsL. 12 V 2A Power Connection12VDC 2A locking connection for external power supply (not included)6

NETWORKINGBinary’s 900 series Media over IP system is compatible with network switches from multipleswitch manufacturers that meet a set of minimum requirements. The quality, reliability andactual performance may vary. SnapAV recommends the Araknis line of 210 PoE series and 310PoE series switches.All switches compatible with MoIP must be at least a 1 Gigabit Layer 2 Managed switch (Layer3 is compatible but not required) and have the following features or specifications: IGMP Snooping Multi-cast forwarding or filtering IGMP Querier IGMP Fast Leave / Instant Leave / Immediate Leave Jumbo Frames / Jumbo Packets / Maximum Transmission Unit (8000 bytes or larger) 7.5 Watts PoE power per port for each transmitter and receiver (no external power suppliesare provided with each transmitter or receiver)Recommended Network TopologyBinary’s 900 series MoIP system can be deployed across multiple network topology to supportmost applications. We recommend a single dedicated network MoIP switch for the fastest,simplest install. Please refer to our ‘Networking Guide’ document for other options.MoIP Transmitter (one per source)Dedicated MoIP SwitchMoIP Receiver (one per display)Main LAN Switch911131591113101214161012141516Other Network DevicesMoIP Controller (one per system)Network 5VDC7

Common System ConfigurationsMultiple Sources, Multiple DisplaysReceiverSerial 1HDMIHDMIIR 1Living Room- Sony1Model A4K DisplayMoIP SwitchCat5eCat5eIR 1Control SystemCat5eMoIP TX 1IR 2HDMIMoIP RX 1Cat5eCat5eCat5eCat5eCat5eCat5eMoIP TX 2HDMIMoIP TX 3Apple TV3IR 2Amazon Fire TVMoIP RX 3MoIP TX 4HDMIGuest Bedroom- Sony ModelA4K HDR Display2MoIP RX 2Cable BoxMoIP RX 4Outdoor- SunBriteTV4KTVDisplay3Cat5eNetwork 5VDCMoIP TX 5HDMIMoIP ControllerBlu-ray/DVDStereo Input (1-5)MasterBedroom1080pDisplay -4LGCrown CD 1000 AmpStereo Output801e AmpMultiple Sources with Video WallMoIP Cat5eHDMICableboxHDMIApple TVAmazon Fire TVHDMIMoIP RX 1HDMIMoIP RX 2HDMIMoIP RX 3HDMIIRMoIP RX 4IRHDMICat5eNetwork 5VDCHDMIMoIP ControllerBlu-ray/DVDIRIRIR Receiver2 2 Video WallIR Remote8IR

One Source Multiple DisplaysHDMIIRLiving Room4K Display- Sony1Model AMoIP SwitchCat5eCat5eControl SystemCat5eMoIP RX 1SerialHDMICat5eCableboxGuest Bedroom- Sony ModelA4K HDR Display2MoIP RX 2Cat5eMoIP RX 3StereoStereoInputInput(1-5)SerialHDMICat5eMoIP RX 4Outdoor- SunBriteTV4KTVDisplay3Network 5VDC801e AmpMoIP ControllerHDMIIRMasterBedroom1080pDisplay -4LGCONFIGURATION1. Configure Network Switch(Steps below use an Araknis 210 PoE or 310 PoE Series switch as an example)1. Factory default the MoIP switch to be used for all MoIP components (not necessary for newswitches). Press and hold the reset button for 10—15 seconds until the Status LED flashesonce. This will reboot the switch and reset to factory settings.2. Connect the dedicated MoIP switch directly to your Main LAN switch. The Main LANswitch is the main network switch into which all other switches and network devices areconnected. The Main LAN switch is the only switch connected to the router. A dedicatedMoIP switch is preferred but not required. (See ‘Network Guide’ for more information.)3. Access the local UI of the MoIP Switch.Note: Default login in credentials for an Araknis switch are araknis / araknis. The Default IPaddress is Enable IGMP SnoopingChoose ADVANCED MULTICAST IGMP SNOOPING, then check options as follows:1. Status: Enabled2. Version: V23. Report Suppression: Enabled4. Unregistered IPMC Forward Action: Flood5. IGMP Snooping Status: Enabled6. Fast Leave: Enabled7. Querier State: Enabled8. Querier Version: V29. Router Settings Router Ports Auto-Learned: EnabledClick Apply to save these settings9

3. Verify Jumbo FrameChoose SETTINGS PORTS, then verify Jumbo Frame is set to greater than 8,000 Bytes. Thedefault value is 9216 (the maximum) and is acceptable.4. Setup the MoIP ControllerClaim MoIP controller on OvrC and access the local UI.IMPORTANT: This is REQUIRED for firmware maintenance.1. For existing OvrC locations:a. Log into OvrC and go to Customer Devicesb. A new device will show ready to add. Click “ Device”, ‘Media Devices’ and follow theprompts to claim the MoIP controller.10

2. New OvrC locationsa. Document the MoIP Controller MAC Address and Service Tag on the box or on thebottom of the deviceb. Log into OvrC and go to Customer Devices, click “ Device”c. Manually enter MAC Address and Service Tag to claim the device5. Access Local UI using Remote AccessConnect the controller to the MoIP Switch, then use the external power supply to connect toan AC outlet.1. Once connected, log into the MoIP Controller (username/pasword is binary/binary). Youcan change the user name and password under the Configure Account Management.2. It is recommended to apply a static IP address. Navigate to the Configure IP Settings andclick Enable. Apply a static address to the MoIP controller on the same ip address range.Click Save to apply.6. Update the MoIP Controller FirmwareAvailable firmware updates are visible in the Device List for that location in OvrC. Follow stepsprovided in OvrC to complete.7. Power off the MoIP Switch, then Connect Devices1. Connect sources via HDMI to the MoIP Transmitters.2. Connect displays or A/V receivers via HDMI to the MoIP Receivers.3. The transmitter and receiver are PoE powered (no power supply is included).4. The controller must be powered by the included external power supply.8. Powering Up the System1. Turn on all displays, sources and other related A/V equipment2. Verify the MoIP Controller is also powered up.3. Apply power to the MoIP Switch. This will supply power on all connected MoIP devices.11

9. Discover MoIP Transmitters and MoIP ReceiversAccess the local UI of the MoIP controller and click Discover and confirm to activate.The discovery process will identify all transmitters and receivers on the system and displays.Devices will be discovered and assigned a transmitter or receiver number. Transmitter andreceiver numbers will correlate directly with the inputs or outputs respectively for controlsystem integration, similar to traditional matrix switchers.12

10. Update TX and RX Firmware (if necessary)1. If a firmware update is required on any of the transmitters and receivers, a banner willappear on the MoIP controller main page.2. Click UPDATE TX/RX. This will apply the firmware update to any or all devices as required.3. Each individual device will show Updating in red.IMPORTANT: Do NOT remove any devices or reboot until all have completed update status.11. Identify Receiver-Display and Transmitter-Source Pairs (Recommended)1. Click the i under each device to name each transmitter. Use the screen capture from eachsource to help identify each transmitter.2. Record the Transmitter number, MAC address and connected source for use during controlsystem integration.3. Activate Identify Mode via the MoIP controller UI. Each display connected to each receiverwill display the MAC address for the receiver connected to that display.4. Name each receiver based on the MAC address.13

5. Record the Receiver number, MAC address, and connected display type/location for useduring control system integration.Note: In Test mode, 4K content does not show on a 1080p TV or via 1.4 HDCP connection.Downscaling can be configured to fix this by clicking i next to each receiver.12. Configure the MoIP Transmitters1. The audio EDID between the MoIP Transmitter and the source can be fixed to 2 ChannelStereo or 5.1 Multichannel. By default, the device is shipped with this set to Pass-through.Pass-through allows all multi-channel high audio resolution formats including DTS-X, DolbyATMOS, DTS HD Master Audio, and Dolby True HD.2. If a device connected to a MoIP Receiver has limited audio capabilities, please configure theMoIP Transmitters to limit the audio EDID presented to the source to the most commonformat (5.1 or 2ch)a. If the MoIP Transmitter Audio EDID to 2 Channel Stereo, all MoIP Receivers will hearthe 2 channel stereo audio from the HDMI source.b. All TVs in the system can process 5.1 Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1 but only the hometheater AVR can process Dolby ATMOS, then configure the MoIP Transmitter AudioEDID to 5.1 Multichannel mode.c. If one or more MoIP Transmitters are dedicated to the home theater, then those MoIPTransmitter Audio EDID settings should be configured for Pass-through.Note: MoIP does not down mix audio from multichannel to stereo. An audio down mixer isnecessary for this purpose. Disabling power saving settings on connected sources helps maintain accessibility to thevideo stream.14


13. Configure the MoIP Receivers1. For displays that only support 1080p and/or HDCP 1.4, set the corresponding receiver tomatch this requirement to allow video to pass. 4K video input into transmitters will notshow on 1080p and/or HDCP 1.4 displays.2. Set each receiver individual to Passthrough for the displays capable of support 4K HDR asthis will allow the HDR metadata to pass resulting in 4K HDR 30Hz.3. Set each receiver to 2160p 30Hz to displays that are 4K however; do not support HDR.Note: The video output resolution can be set to 2160p (4K) at 30Hz or 25Hz or 1080p (2K) at60Hz or 50Hz. Since each receiver always outputs 4K 30Hz 4:4:4 8 bit color. 4K HDR will be limited to 8-bitcolor only; however, the display will show content as 4K HDR and output higher brightnessand contrast.16

Create a Video WallA video wall can be created with receivers currently discovered by the MoIP Controller. Aftercreating the wall, it will be added to the Receiver list alongside the existing receivers. 4x4, 3x3and 2x2 video walls can be created out of 16, 9 and 4 receivers. Each receiver can only be amember of a single video wall group.To create a video wall: the video wall (required)Select the video wall size (2x2, 3x3, 4x4) by clicking the matching sizeBased on your installation, assign a given receiver to each position “PX” of the video wall.Measure the display screen dimensions as indicated to adjust out the video that falls behindeach TV bezel5. Click Enable to adjust the bezel6. Enter the dimensions7. Click SaveThe updated video wall receivers are now available and will integrate with a control systemas another output like all other receivers. Additional control system steps may be required toproperly switch control for a video wall.17

Set up Control SystemIntegrating MoIP with your chosen control system is very similar to the steps to integratea matrix switcher. The Binary team has developed custom drivers and worked with controlsystem manufacturers to certify.The following control system drivers, models and documentation are available:Please refer to individual driver support documents for specific features and capabilities.For greater control and integration, the full application programming interface (API) MoIP APIfor the MoIP Controller is available for download on the support tab. Basic switching control: An IP control system is required to control the system transmitterreceiver switching. No serial or IR system switching control is supported. RS-232/Serial Generation: RS-232/Serial commands are generated at each transmitterand receiver. Make connections from the receiver or transmitter end points directly to thedevices to be controlled. RS-232 commands sent over IP and are generated at each endpoint. To integrate, in the control system driver, link each transmitter and receiver’s serialport to the devices to be controlled. Refer to the Serial & IR Control document for moreinformation Infrared (IR) Routing: Infrared control signals are passed bi-directionally over the staticroutes establish on the IR Links Settings page on the MoIP controller local user interface(UI). These routes create virtual wires simplifying the integration process. To integrate thesestatic 2-way IR routes with the control system, link control system IR outputs directly tothe device to be controlled based on the IR Link settings. Refer to the Serial & IR Controldocument for more information. CEC Stand-by & Power On: CEC can be enabled via the control system driver andsupports Stand-by and Power On commands. Details of this are provided in specific driverdocumentation. CEC compatibility varies between display manufacturers and should betested for each install to ensure maximum reliability. Other control options may be requiredfor your specific application. Audio De-embedding: The L/R stereo audio outputs on the transmitter and receiver, whenstereo content is present, extracts this audio for convenient input into multi-room audiodistribution systems. No control system integration is necessary.18

Two (2) Year Limited WarrantyThis Binary product has a Two-Year Limited Warranty. This warranty includes parts and laborrepairs on all components found to be defective in material or workmanship under normalconditions of use. This warranty shall not apply to products that have been abused, modified ordisassembled. Products to be repaired under this warranty must be returned to a designatedservice center with an assigned return authorization number (RA). Contact technical supportfor an RA number.SUPPORTNeed Help? Contact Tech Support!If you need further clarification, please call tech support at 866.838.5052, or [email protected] For other information, instructional videos, support documentation, orideas, visit our website and view your item’s product page

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3.5 mm mini Mono/Stereo for external receivers J. IR Flasher 3.5 mm mini Mono/Stereo output to IR emitter . IMPORTANT: This is REQUIRED for firmware maintenance. 1. For existing OvrC locations: a. Log into OvrC and go to Customer Devices b. A new device will show ready to add. Click " Device", 'Media Devices' and follow the