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Specifications, Supported Features, and Compatibility Information for Cisco Digital Media Suite

Overview

Supported Browsers

Supported Browsers for Use with Cast

Supported Browsers for Use with Digital Media Designer

Supported Browsers for Use with Digital Media Player Device Manager

Supported Browsers for Use with Digital Signs

Supported Browsers for Use with DMM Administration (previously called DMS-Admin)

Supported Browsers for Use with Show and Share

Supported Browsers for Use with Show and Share Administration

Supported Browsers for Use with Show and Share Reports

Logical Ports That Cisco DMS Components Use

Cisco DMS Servers

Component Server Interoperation

Server Platform Support

Server Upgrade Matrixes

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 4.0.0

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 4.1.0

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.0.0

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.0.1

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.0.2

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.0.3

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.1.0

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.1.1

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.2.0

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.2.1

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.2.2

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.2.2.1

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.2.3

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.3.0

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.3.6

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.4.0

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.4.1

Cisco Digital Media Players

DMP Certificate Expiration — CRITICAL HOTFIX AVAILABLE

Formatted Capacity of DMP Internal Storage

DMP Physical Specifications and Interfaces (I/O Ports)

DMP Support, by Model, for Asset Types

DMP Support, by Model, for USB Local Storage

DMP 4310G Support for USB Local Storage

DMP 4400G Support for USB Local Storage

DMP 4305G Support for USB Local Storage (Discontinued Model)

DMP 4300G Support for USB Local Storage (Discontinued Model)

SSL Encryption Ciphers That DMPs Support

DMP Interoperation with Cisco DMM

DMP Mount Kits

LCD Digital Signs and Other Presentation Systems

Choose Suitable Display Systems for Digital Signs

Choose Media Signal Cables

Generally Supported Touchscreen Driver Categories

Supported Touchscreen Drivers in Cisco DMS 5.4

Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays

Rotation

Electrical Specifications

Dimensions and Weight

RS-232 Command Strings for Cisco LCD-Professional Series Displays

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Specifications, Supported Features, and Compatibility Information for Cisco Digital Media Suite


Revised: January 20, 2014

Overview

Cisco DMS Servers

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.4.1

LCD Digital Signs and Other Presentation Systems

Overview

Cisco Digital Media Suite (Cisco DMS) is an ecosystem for networked digital video. It is also the collective name for a broad range of hardware products, software products, and accessories that are sold and licensed separately but work together seamlessly. Cisco DMS is a key component of several Cisco portfolios. This guide consolidates information for the full range of Cisco DMS products.

Supported Browsers

Logical Ports That Cisco DMS Components Use

Supported Browsers

Supported Browsers for Use with Cast

Supported Browsers for Use with Digital Media Designer

Supported Browsers for Use with Digital Media Player Device Manager

Supported Browsers for Use with Digital Signs

Supported Browsers for Use with DMM Administration (previously called DMS-Admin)

Supported Browsers for Use with Show and Share

Supported Browsers for Use with Show and Share Administration

Supported Browsers for Use with Show and Share Reports

Supported Browsers for Use with Cast

1 Alongside any supported browser, you must have Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.6.0 or later installed.

2 32-bit version or 32-bit mode.

Supported Browsers for Use with Digital Media Designer


1 Alongside any supported browser, you must have Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.6.0 or later installed.

2 32-bit version or 32-bit mode.

Supported Browsers for Use with Digital Media Player Device Manager


1 Alongside any supported browser, you must have Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.6.0 or later installed.

2 32-bit version or 32-bit mode.

Supported Browsers for Use with Digital Signs


1 Alongside any supported browser, you must have Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.6.0 or later installed.

2 32-bit version or 32-bit mode.

Supported Browsers for Use with DMM Administration (previously called DMS-Admin)


1 Alongside any supported browser, you must have Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.6.0 or later installed.

2 32-bit version or 32-bit mode.

Supported Browsers for Use with Show and Share


1. Cisco DMS 5.3.0 was the final release that included Show and Share as a component product. All subsequent releases of Show and Share after 5.3.0 were sold and supported separately from Cisco DMS. Those independent releases are outside the scope of what this guide describes.

2. Alongside any supported browser, you must have Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.6.0 or later installed.

Supported Browsers for Use with Show and Share Administration


1. Cisco DMS 5.3.0 was the final release that included Show and Share as a component product. All subsequent releases of Show and Share after 5.3.0 were sold and supported separately from Cisco DMS. Those independent releases are outside the scope of what this guide describes.

2. Alongside any supported browser, you must have Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.6.0 or later installed.

Supported Browsers for Use with Show and Share Reports


1. Cisco DMS 5.3.0 was the final release that included Show and Share as a component product. All subsequent releases of Show and Share after 5.3.0 were sold and supported separately from Cisco DMS. Those independent releases are outside the scope of what this guide describes.

2. Alongside any supported browser, you must have Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.6.0 or later installed.

Logical Ports That Cisco DMS Components Use

Make sure to keep these logical ports open to traffic exchanged among Cisco DMS components.


Note Show and Share ports are deprecated after Cisco DMS 5.3.

Port No.
From
To
Bidir?
Protocol
Description

20

Show and Share

deployment server

N

FTP

Show and Share server deploying content to content hosting location using FTP

20

DMM

DMP

N

FTP

DMM server deploying content to DMP using FTP

20

DMP

FTP server

Y

FTP

transfer of content files

21

Show and Share

deployment server

N

FTP

Show and Share server deploying content to content hosting location using FTP

21

DMM

DMP

N

FTP

DMM server deploying content to DMP using FTP

21

DMP

FTP server

Y

FTP

transfer of content files

22

Show and Share

deployment server

N

SFTP

Show and Share server deploying content to content hosting location using SFTP

22

DMM

DMP

N

SFTP

DMM server deploying content to DMP using SFTP

53

DMP

DNS server

N

DNS

DNS services

80

DME

Show and Share

N

HTTP

communication between Show and Share and DME

80

User

Show and Share

N

HTTP

user requesting content from Show and Share

80

User

deployment server

N

HTTP

user requesting content from external server

80

DMP

content server

N

HTTP

 

123

DMP

NTP server

Y

NTP

NTP services

139

DMP

content server

N

CIFS

CIFS services

161

SNMP client

DMM

N

SNMP

SNMP services

389

DMM

Active Directory(LDAP)

N

LDAP

user database creation or updates

443

Admin Client

DMP

N

SSL

 

443

User

Show and Share

N

HTTPS

 

443

User

DMM

N

HTTPS

 

445

DMP

content server

N

CIFS

CIFS services

514

DMM

Show and Share

N

syslog

syslog services

514

DMP

syslog server

N

syslog

syslog services

554

User

deployment server

N

RTSP

User requesting WMV streaming from external Windows Media Streaming Server

554

DMP

content server

N

RTSP

DMP requesting WMV streaming from external Windows Media Streaming Server

636

DMM

Active Directory(LDAPS)

N

LDAPS

user database creation or updates

694

DMM primary

DMM secondary

Y

 

(UDP) Heartbeat for failover health monitoring

695

Show and Share primary

Show and Share secondary

Y

 

(UDP) Heartbeat for failover health monitoring

843

User

DMM

N

 

proof of play

843

User

DMM

N

 

Flash policy server daemon in the DMM user interface, used for edits — such as, adding a DMP to a DMP group.1

1935

User

Show and Share

N

RTMP

User requesting Flash or H.264 streaming from Show and Share

1935

User

deployment server

N

RTMP

User requesting Flash or H.264 streaming from external Flash or H.264 streaming server

5432

DMM

Show and Share

Y

PostGres

PostGres between DMM and Show and Share

7777

Admin Client

DMP

N

SSL

 

7777

DMM

DMP

Y

SSL

 

7849

DMM primary

DMM secondary

Y

 

DRBD (failover)

7850

Show and Share primary

Show and Share secondary

Y

 

DRBD (failover)

8080

User

Show and Share

N

HTTP

User uploading content to Show and Share

8443

DMM

Show and Share

Y

HTTPS

DMM <--> Show and Share peering

8443

User

Show and Share

N

HTTPS

Access to the Show and Share secured GUI

9161

   

Y

SNMP

SNMP services

9999

DMM

Show and Share

Y

 

JMX communication

30865

All cluster nodes (Failover)

All cluster nodes (Failover)

Y

CSYNC

synchronize config files between nodes in a cluster (failover).

45001

DMM

Show and Share

Y

 

inventory/deployment

46001

DMM

Show and Share

Y

 

inventory/deployment

61616

Show and Share

DMM

Y

 

Activemq

User Config

User

deployment server

N

HTTP

user requesting content from external server

User Config

DME

media server

Y

HTTP

signaling between DME and media server

User Config

DMP

content server

N

HTTP

 

1 When editing problems in the DMM UI are not resolved by rebooting your DMM server, look for software on the client system, including McAfee software, that might have blocked this port.



Legend

DME=Digital Media Encoder
DMM=Digital Media Manager
DMP=Digital Media Player

Cisco DMS Servers

Component Server Interoperation

Server Platform Support

Server Upgrade Matrixes

Component Server Interoperation

Cisco DMS requires that the following software versions be installed respectively on a Cisco Show and Share appliance and the DMM appliance that controls it.


Note Cisco DMS 5.3.0 was the final release that included Show and Share as a component product. Any subsequent releases of Show and Share are sold and supported separately from Cisco DMS. Those independent releases are outside the scope of what this guide describes.


Server Platform Support

Continual improvements to Cisco DMS bring advanced features, which impel us over time to use ever-more capable server platforms. For this reason, we have obsoleted MCS-Series server models that were no longer sufficient to keep pace with our advancements. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/AE5b2.

Server Appliance
End of Sale Date 1
Last Date of Support 2
DMS Support

MCS 7825 Models

MCS 7825-H2

30-November-2008

30-November-2011

Up to v.5.2.2.x

MCS 7825-H3

13-March-2009

13-March-2012

Up to v.5.2.2.x


MCS 7835 Models

MCS 7835-H1

13-September-2007

13-September-2010

Up to v.5.2.2.x

MCS 7835-H2

13-March-2009

13-March-2012

Up to v.5.2.2.x

1 The End of Sale (EOS) Date is the last day that a model was offered for sale.

2 Cisco EOS policy requires that all EOS hardware products receive software maintenance updates for a period of three years. This is known as the Last Date of Support.



Tip A patch release, Cisco DMS 5.2.2.1, brings many of the bug fixes from our 5.2.3 release to Cisco DMS customers who use MCS-family servers. However, Cisco DMS 5.2.2.1 does not introduce any new features and does not include any support for server failover features.


What are your product migration options?

If you use Cisco DMS with MCS-family servers, we recommend that you migrate to Cisco DMS UCS C-Series Rack-Mount servers. These newer servers improve application performance while supporting features and products in new and future Cisco DMS releases. See: http://cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6682/products_data_sheets_list.html.

Server Upgrade Matrixes

These topics describe server upgrade considerations for platform releases that extend Cisco DMS.

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 4.0.0

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 4.1.0

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.0.0

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.0.1

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.0.2

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.0.3

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.1.0

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.1.1

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.2.0

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.2.1

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.2.2

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.2.2.1

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.2.3

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.3.0

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.3.6

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.4.0

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.4.1

Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 4.0.0


Note End-of-Sale and End-of-Life Bulletin for Cisco DMS 4.0 — http://tools.cisco.com/squish/c8D00.



Tip See step-by-step upgrade notes for Cisco DMS 4.0 at http://tools.cisco.com/squish/715A4.


Legend

Y   =   supported

N   =   not supported

  =   not applicable

This Server Software Release is Upgradable to 4.0.0...
... On This Appliance Chassis
MCS-7825
MCS-7835
WAVE-574
UCS
7825-H2 1
7825-H3 2
7835-H1 3
7835-H2 4
7835-H3
C200
C210

Cisco Digital Media Manager 3.5

N

Y

Cisco Video Portal 3.5 (500 users)

Y

N

Cisco Video Portal 3.5 (1,000 users)

N

Y

1 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H2 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/24Bb1.

  ·   30-November-2008 — END OF SALE
  ·   30-November-2011 — END OF SUPPORT

2 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H3 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/79Fb7.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT

3 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H1 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/13e78.

  ·   13-September-2007 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-September-2010 — END OF SUPPORT

4 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H2 platform.See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/5c06e.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT


Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 4.1.0


Note End-of-Sale and End-of-Life Bulletin for Cisco DMS 4.1 — http://tools.cisco.com/squish/B89d7.



Tip See step-by-step upgrades notes for Cisco DMS 4.1.0 at http://tools.cisco.com/squish/ee89e.


Legend

Y   =   supported

N   =   not supported

  =   not applicable

This Server Software Release is Upgradable to 4.1.0...
... On This Appliance Chassis
MCS-7825
MCS-7835
WAVE-574
UCS
7825-H2 1
7825-H3 2
7835-H1 3
7835-H2 4
7835-H3
C200
C210

Cisco Digital Media Manager 4.0

N

N

Y

N

Cisco Video Portal 4.0 (500 users)

Y

N

N

N

Cisco Video Portal 4.0 (1,000 users)

N

N

Y

N

1 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H2 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/24Bb1.

  ·   30-November-2008 — END OF SALE
  ·   30-November-2011 — END OF SUPPORT

2 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H3 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/79Fb7.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT

3 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H1 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/13e78.

  ·   13-September-2007 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-September-2010 — END OF SUPPORT

4 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H2 platform.See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/5c06e.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT


Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.0.0


Note End-of-Sale and End-of-Life Bulletin for Cisco DMS 5.0 — http://tools.cisco.com/squish/95d78.



Tip See step-by-step upgrade notes for all versions of Cisco DMS 5.0.x at http://tools.cisco.com/squish/66c7F.


Legend

Y   =   supported

N   =   not supported

  =   not applicable

This Server Software Release is Upgradable to 5.0.0...
... On This Appliance Chassis
MCS-7825
MCS-7835
WAVE-574
UCS
7825-H2 1
7825-H3 2
7835-H1 3
7835-H2 4
7835-H3
C200
C210

Cisco Digital Media Manager 4.1

N

N

Y

Y

Cisco Video Portal 4.1 (500 users)

Y

Y

N

N

Cisco Video Portal 4.1 (1,000 users)

N

N

Y

Y

1 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H2 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/24Bb1.

  ·   30-November-2008 — END OF SALE
  ·   30-November-2011 — END OF SUPPORT

2 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H3 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/79Fb7.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT

3 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H1 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/13e78.

  ·   13-September-2007 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-September-2010 — END OF SUPPORT

4 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H2 platform.See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/5c06e.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT


Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.0.1


Tip See step-by-step upgrade notes for all versions of Cisco DMS 5.0.x at http://tools.cisco.com/squish/66c7F.


Legend

Y   =   supported

N   =   not supported

  =   not applicable

This Server Software Release is Upgradable to 5.0.1...
... On This Appliance Chassis
MCS-7825
MCS-7835
WAVE-574
UCS
7825-H2 1
7825-H3 2
7835-H1 3
7835-H2 4
7835-H3
C200
C210

Cisco Digital Media Manager 5.0

N

N

Y

Y

Cisco Video Portal 4.1 (500 users)

Y

Y

N

N

Cisco Video Portal 4.1 (1,000 users)

N

N

Y

Y

1 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H2 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/24Bb1.

  ·   30-November-2008 — END OF SALE
  ·   30-November-2011 — END OF SUPPORT

2 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H3 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/79Fb7.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT

3 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H1 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/13e78.

  ·   13-September-2007 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-September-2010 — END OF SUPPORT

4 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H2 platform.See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/5c06e.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT


Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.0.2


Tip See step-by-step upgrade notes for all versions of Cisco DMS 5.0.x at http://tools.cisco.com/squish/66c7F.


Legend

Y   =   supported

N   =   not supported

  =   not applicable

This Server Software Release is Upgradable to 5.0.2...
... On This Appliance Chassis
MCS-7825
MCS-7835
WAVE-574
UCS
7825-H2 1
7825-H3 2
7835-H1 3
7835-H2 4
7835-H3
C200
C210

Cisco Digital Media Manager 5.0 or 5.0.1

N

N

Y

Y

Cisco Video Portal 5.0 or 5.0.1 (500 users)

Y

Y

N

N

Cisco Video Portal 5.0 or 5.0.1 (1,000 users)

N

N

Y

Y

1 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H2 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/24Bb1.

  ·   30-November-2008 — END OF SALE
  ·   30-November-2011 — END OF SUPPORT

2 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H3 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/79Fb7.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT

3 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H1 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/13e78.

  ·   13-September-2007 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-September-2010 — END OF SUPPORT

4 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H2 platform.See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/5c06e.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT


Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.0.3


Tip See step-by-step upgrade notes for all versions of Cisco DMS 5.0.x at http://tools.cisco.com/squish/66c7F.


Legend

Y   =   supported

N   =   not supported

  =   not applicable

This Server Software Release is Upgradable to 5.0.3...
... On This Appliance Chassis
MCS-7825
MCS-7835
WAVE-574
UCS
7825-H2 1
7825-H3 2
7835-H1 3
7835-H2 4
7835-H3
C200
C210

Cisco Digital Media Manager 5.0.2

N

N

Y

Y

Cisco Video Portal 5.0.2 (500 users)

Y

Y

N

N

Cisco Video Portal 5.0.2 (1,000 users)

N

N

Y

Y

1 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H2 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/24Bb1.

  ·   30-November-2008 — END OF SALE
  ·   30-November-2011 — END OF SUPPORT

2 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H3 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/79Fb7.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT

3 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H1 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/13e78.

  ·   13-September-2007 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-September-2010 — END OF SUPPORT

4 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H2 platform.See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/5c06e.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT


Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.1.0


Note End-of-Sale and End-of-Life Bulletin for Cisco DMS 5.1 — http://tools.cisco.com/squish/b41ff.



Tip See step-by-step upgrade notes for all versions of Cisco DMS 5.1.x at http://tools.cisco.com/squish/456B2.


Legend

Y   =   supported

N   =   not supported

  =   not applicable

This Server Software Release is Upgradable to 5.1.0...
... On This Appliance Chassis
MCS-7825
MCS-7835
WAVE-574
UCS
7825-H2 1
7825-H3 2
7835-H1 3
7835-H2 4
7835-H3
C200
C210

Cisco Digital Media Manager 5.0.2

N

N

Y

Y

Cisco Video Portal 5.0.2 (500 users)

Y

Y

N

N

Cisco Video Portal 5.0.2 (1,000 users)

N

N

Y

Y

1 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H2 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/24Bb1.

  ·   30-November-2008 — END OF SALE
  ·   30-November-2011 — END OF SUPPORT

2 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H3 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/79Fb7.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT

3 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H1 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/13e78.

  ·   13-September-2007 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-September-2010 — END OF SUPPORT

4 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H2 platform.See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/5c06e.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT


Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.1.1


Tip See step-by-step upgrade notes for all versions of Cisco DMS 5.1.x at http://tools.cisco.com/squish/456B2.


Legend

Y   =   supported

N   =   not supported

  =   not applicable

This Server Software Release is Upgradable to 5.1.1...
... On This Appliance Chassis
MCS-7825
MCS-7835
WAVE-574
UCS
7825-H2 1
7825-H3 2
7835-H1 3
7835-H2 4
7835-H3
C200
C210

Cisco Digital Media Manager 5.1

N

N

Y

Y

Cisco Video Portal 5.1 (500 users)

Y

Y

N

N

Cisco Video Portal 5.1 (1,000 users)

N

N

Y

Y

1 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H2 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/24Bb1.

  ·   30-November-2008 — END OF SALE
  ·   30-November-2011 — END OF SUPPORT

2 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H3 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/79Fb7.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT

3 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H1 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/13e78.

  ·   13-September-2007 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-September-2010 — END OF SUPPORT

4 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H2 platform.See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/5c06e.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT


Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.2.0


Note Cisco DMS 5.2.0 can interoperate with Microsoft Internet Information Server 6.0 for Windows 2003 Enterprise.



Tip See step-by-step upgrade notes for Cisco DMS 5.2.0 at http://tools.cisco.com/squish/99B16.


Legend

Y   =   supported

N   =   not supported

  =   not applicable

This Server Software Release is Upgradable to 5.2.0...
... On This Appliance Chassis
MCS-7825
MCS-7835
WAVE-574
UCS
7825-H2 1
7825-H3 2
7835-H1 3
7835-H2 4
7835-H3
C200
C210

Cisco Digital Media Manager 5.1

N

N

Y

Y

Cisco Video Portal 5.1 (500 users)

Y

Y

N

N

Cisco Video Portal 5.1 (1,000 users)

N

N

Y

Y

1 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H2 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/24Bb1.

  ·   30-November-2008 — END OF SALE
  ·   30-November-2011 — END OF SUPPORT

2 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H3 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/79Fb7.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT

3 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H1 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/13e78.

  ·   13-September-2007 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-September-2010 — END OF SUPPORT

4 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H2 platform.See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/5c06e.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT


Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.2.1


NoteCisco DMS 5.2.1 can interoperate with Microsoft Internet Information Server 6.0 for Windows 2003 Enterprise.

Cisco DMS 5.2.1 can interoperate with Microsoft Active Directory Server releases 2000 and 2003.



Tip See step-by-step upgrade notes for Cisco DMS 5.2.1 at http://tools.cisco.com/squish/0c208.


Legend

Y   =   supported

N   =   not supported

  =   not applicable

This Server Software Release is Upgradable to 5.2.1...
... On This Appliance Chassis
MCS-7825
MCS-7835
WAVE-574
UCS
7825-H2 1
7825-H3 2
7835-H1 3
7835-H2 4
7835-H3
C200
C210

Cisco Digital Media Manager 5.2

N

N

Y

Y

Y

N

Cisco Show and Share 5.2 (Workgroup)

Y

Y

N

N

N

Y

Cisco Show and Share 5.2 (Enterprise)

N

N

Y

Y

Y

N

1 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H2 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/24Bb1.

  ·   30-November-2008 — END OF SALE
  ·   30-November-2011 — END OF SUPPORT

2 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H3 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/79Fb7.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT

3 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H1 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/13e78.

  ·   13-September-2007 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-September-2010 — END OF SUPPORT

4 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H2 platform.See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/5c06e.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT


Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.2.2


NoteCisco DMS 5.2.2 can interoperate with Microsoft Internet Information Server 6.0 for Windows 2003 Enterprise.

Cisco DMS 5.2.2 can interoperate with Microsoft Active Directory Server releases 2000 and 2003.



Tip See step-by-step upgrade notes for Cisco DMS 5.2.2 at http://tools.cisco.com/squish/7a40F.


Legend

Y   =   supported

N   =   not supported

  =   not applicable

This Server Software Release is Upgradable to 5.2.2...
... On This Appliance Chassis
MCS-7825
MCS-7835
WAVE-574
UCS
7825-H2 1
7825-H3 2
7835-H1 3
7835-H2 4
7835-H3
C200
C210

Cisco Digital Media Manager 5.2.1

N

N

Y

Y

Y

N

Cisco Show and Share 5.2.1 (Workgroup)

Y

Y

N

N

N

Y

Cisco Show and Share 5.2.1 (Enterprise)

N

N

Y

Y

Y

N

1 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H2 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/24Bb1.

  ·   30-November-2008 — END OF SALE
  ·   30-November-2011 — END OF SUPPORT

2 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H3 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/79Fb7.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT

3 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H1 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/13e78.

  ·   13-September-2007 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-September-2010 — END OF SUPPORT

4 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H2 platform.See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/5c06e.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT


Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.2.2.1


NoteCisco DMS 5.2.2.1 can interoperate with Microsoft Internet Information Server 6.0 for Windows 2003 Enterprise.

Cisco DMS 5.2.2.1 can interoperate with Microsoft Active Directory Server releases 2000 and 2003.



Tip See step-by-step upgrade notes for Cisco DMS 5.2.2.1 at http://tools.cisco.com/squish/35a9C.


Legend

Y   =   supported

N   =   not supported

  =   not applicable

This Server Software Release is Upgradable to 5.2.2.1...
... On This Appliance Chassis
MCS-7825
MCS-7835
WAVE-574
UCS
7825-H2 1
7825-H3 2
7835-H1 3
7835-H2 4
7835-H3
C200
C210

Cisco Digital Media Manager 5.2.2

N

N

Y

Y

N

N

N

N

Cisco Show and Share 5.2.2 (Workgroup)

N

N

Y

Y

N

N

N

N

Cisco Show and Share 5.2.2 (Enterprise)

Y

Y

N

N

N

N

N

N

1 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H2 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/24Bb1.

  ·   30-November-2008 — END OF SALE
  ·   30-November-2011 — END OF SUPPORT

2 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H3 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/79Fb7.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT

3 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H1 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/13e78.

  ·   13-September-2007 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-September-2010 — END OF SUPPORT

4 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H2 platform.See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/5c06e.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT


Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.2.3


NoteCisco DMS 5.2.3 can interoperate with Microsoft Internet Information Server 6.0 for Windows 2003 Enterprise.

Cisco DMS 5.2.3 can interoperate with Microsoft Active Directory Server releases 2000, 2003, and 2008R2.



Tip See step-by-step upgrade notes for Cisco DMS 5.2.3 at http://tools.cisco.com/squish/1317A.


Legend

Y   =   supported

N   =   not supported

  =   not applicable

This Server Software Release is Upgradable to 5.2.3...
... On This Appliance Chassis
MCS-7825
MCS-7835
WAVE-574
UCS
7825-H2 1
7825-H3 2
7835-H1 3
7835-H2 4
7835-H3
C200
C210

Cisco Digital Media Manager 5.2.2

N

N

N

N

Y

N

N

N

Cisco Show and Share 5.2.2 (Workgroup)

N

N

N

N

N

Y

N

N

Cisco Show and Share 5.2.2 (Enterprise)

N

N

N

N

Y

N

N

N

1 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H2 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/24Bb1.

  ·   30-November-2008 — END OF SALE
  ·   30-November-2011 — END OF SUPPORT

2 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H3 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/79Fb7.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT

3 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H1 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/13e78.

  ·   13-September-2007 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-September-2010 — END OF SUPPORT

4 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H2 platform.See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/5c06e.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT


Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.3.0


NoteCisco DMS 5.3.0 can interoperate with Microsoft Internet Information Server 6.0 for Windows 2003 Enterprise.

Cisco DMS 5.3.0 can interoperate with Microsoft Active Directory Server releases 2000, 2003, and 2008R2.



Tip See step-by-step upgrade notes for Cisco DMS 5.3 at http://tools.cisco.com/squish/4B602.


Legend

Y   =   supported

N   =   not supported

  =   not applicable

This Server Software Release is Upgradable to 5.3.0...
... On This Appliance Chassis
MCS-7825
MCS-7835
WAVE-574
UCS
7825-H2 1
7825-H3 2
7835-H1 3
7835-H2 4
7835-H3
C200
C210

Cisco Digital Media Manager 5.2.3

N

N

N

N

Y

N

N

Y

Cisco Show and Share 5.2.3 (Workgroup)

N

N

N

N

N

Y

Y

N

Cisco Show and Share 5.2.3 (Enterprise)

N

N

N

N

Y

N

N

Y

1 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H2 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/24Bb1.

  ·   30-November-2008 — END OF SALE
  ·   30-November-2011 — END OF SUPPORT

2 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H3 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/79Fb7.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT

3 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H1 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/13e78.

  ·   13-September-2007 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-September-2010 — END OF SUPPORT

4 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H2 platform.See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/5c06e.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT


Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.3.6


NoteCisco DMS 5.3.6 can interoperate with Microsoft Internet Information Server 6.0 for Windows 2003 Enterprise.

Cisco DMS 5.3.6 can interoperate with Microsoft Active Directory Server releases 2000, 2003, and 2008R2.

Cisco DMS 5.3.6 can interoperate with Cisco Show and Share 5.3.0 (Workgroup and Enterprise) as well as Cisco Show and Share 5.3.0 MR1 (Workgroup and Enterprise).



Tip See step-by-step upgrade notes for Cisco DMS 5.3.6 at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/video/digital_media_systems/5_x/5_3/dms/upgrade/guide/536UpgradeGuide.html.


Legend

Y   =   supported

N   =   not supported

  =   not applicable

This Server Software Release is Upgradable to 5.3.6...
... On This Appliance Chassis
MCS-7825
MCS-7835
WAVE-574
UCS
7825-H2 1
7825-H3 2
7835-H1 3
7835-H2 4
7835-H3
C200
C210

Cisco Digital Media Manager 5.3.0

N

N

N

N

Y

N

N

Y

1 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H2 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/24Bb1.

  ·   30-November-2008 — END OF SALE
  ·   30-November-2011 — END OF SUPPORT

2 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H3 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/79Fb7.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT

3 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H1 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/13e78.

  ·   13-September-2007 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-September-2010 — END OF SUPPORT

4 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H2 platform.See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/5c06e.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT


Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.4.0


NoteCisco DMS 5.4.0 can interoperate with Microsoft Internet Information Server 7.2 for Windows Server 2008R2.

Cisco DMS 5.4.0 can interoperate with Microsoft Active Directory Server releases 2000, 2003, and 2008R2.



Tip See step-by-step upgrade notes for Cisco DMS 5.4 at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/video/digital_media_systems/5_x/5_4/dms/upgrade/guide/54upgrade.html.


Legend

Y   =   supported

N   =   not supported

  =   not applicable

This Server Software Release is Upgradable to 5.4.0...
... On This Appliance Chassis
MCS-7825
MCS-7835
WAVE-574
UCS
7825-H2 1
7825-H3 2
7835-H1 3
7835-H2 4
7835-H3
C200
C210

Cisco Digital Media Manager 5.3.6

N

N

N

N

Y

N

N

Y

Cisco Digital Media Manager 5.3.0

N

N

N

N

Y

N

N

Y

1 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H2 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/24Bb1.

  ·   30-November-2008 — END OF SALE
  ·   30-November-2011 — END OF SUPPORT

2 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H3 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/79Fb7.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT

3 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H1 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/13e78.

  ·   13-September-2007 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-September-2010 — END OF SUPPORT

4 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H2 platform.See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/5c06e.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT


Server Upgrades to Cisco DMS 5.4.1


NoteCisco DMS 5.4.1 can interoperate with Microsoft Internet Information Server 7.2 for Windows Server 2008R2.

Cisco DMS 5.4.1 can interoperate with Microsoft Active Directory Server releases 2000, 2003, and 2008R2.



Tip See step-by-step upgrade notes for Cisco DMS 5.4.1 at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/video/digital_media_systems/5_x/5_4/dms/upgrade/guide/541upgrade.html.


Legend

Y   =   supported

N   =   not supported

  =   not applicable

This Server Software Release is Upgradable to 5.4.1...
... On This Appliance Chassis
MCS-7825
MCS-7835
WAVE-574
UCS
7825-H2 1
7825-H3 2
7835-H1 3
7835-H2 4
7835-H3
C200
C210

Cisco Digital Media Manager 5.4.0

N

N

N

N

Y

N

N

Y

1 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H2 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/24Bb1.

  ·   30-November-2008 — END OF SALE
  ·   30-November-2011 — END OF SUPPORT

2 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7825-H3 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/79Fb7.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT

3 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H1 platform. See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/13e78.

  ·   13-September-2007 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-September-2010 — END OF SUPPORT

4 Superior equipment replaced the outdated MCS 7835-H2 platform.See http://tools.cisco.com/squish/5c06e.

  ·   13-March-2009 — END OF SALE
  ·   13-March-2012 — END OF SUPPORT


Cisco Digital Media Players

DMP Certificate Expiration — CRITICAL HOTFIX AVAILABLE

Formatted Capacity of DMP Internal Storage

DMP Physical Specifications and Interfaces (I/O Ports)

DMP Support, by Model, for Asset Types

DMP Support, by Model, for USB Local Storage

SSL Encryption Ciphers That DMPs Support

DMP Interoperation with Cisco DMM

DMP Mount Kits

DMP Certificate Expiration — CRITICAL HOTFIX AVAILABLE

CSCty22538

Communication can fail between Cisco Digital Media Manager (DMM) and its inventory of Cisco Digital Media Players (DMPs). In an affected deployment, error messages indicate that digital certificate expiration is the root cause.

Model
Certificate Expiration Date by DMP Firmware Release
 
5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.2.1
5.2.2.3
5.2.3
5.2.3.2
5.3
5.3.4
5.3.5

DMP 4305G

2012-02-24

N.A.

N.A.

OK
2037-12-18

2012-02-24

N.A.

2012-02-24

N.A.

OK
2037-12-18

DMP 4310G

N.A.

N.A.

2012-02-24

2012-02-24

2021-10-18

2012-02-24

2021-10-18

DMP 4400G

2012-02-24

2013-08-29

2013-08-29

N.A.

2013-08-29


HOTFIX

You can recover from these communication failures in 10 minutes or less by loading a hotfix on your DMM server. See http://cisco.com/web/software/282100271/56598/DMM-patch-CSCty22538-Readme.txt.

The hotfix also works around a related failure, in which DMP certificate expiration disrupts use of a DMM advanced task called "File Transfer to DMP" (CSCty23792).

The hotfix DOES NOT improve disrupted IP phone-based remote control of the Cisco Cast electronic program guide (CSCty36771).

 

The hotfix is fragile. IF YOU DO NOT use the permanent solution described below, any future upgrade of your DMM server could cause it to lose contact again with your affected DMPs. In such cases, you must then REAPPLY the hotfix.

PERMANENT FIX

You can prevent these communication failures altogether by installing DMP firmware release 5.3.5, which resolves these known defects: CSCty22538, CSCty23792, and CSCty36771.

 

Note To download this DMP firmware, you must have a valid service contract associated to your Cisco.com profile. If you do not have a service contract you can get one through your Cisco account team, your Cisco partner, or a qualified Cisco reseller. Then, once you have the service, you must associate it to your Cisco.com user ID at https://tools.cisco.com/RPF/profile/edit_entitlement.do?Tab=3.

1. Apply the hotfix to your DMM server, if you have not already done so. Otherwise, it cannot direct your DMPs to install their new firmware.

2. Obtain the new DMP firmware.

a. Log in to your Cisco.com account, and then go to http://cisco.com/cisco/software/navigator.html?mdfid=280936311&flowid=21001.

b. Click your DMP model in the Cisco Digital Media Players list.

c. Click Expand All in the versions tree, and then click 5.3.5.

d. Click Download.

3. Install the new DMP firmware, as described in your Cisco DMS upgrade guide at http://cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6681/prod_installation_guides_list.html.


Formatted Capacity of DMP Internal Storage


Caution Do not open a DMP.

Internal storage is formatted to this capacity.

DMP Model
Storage Medium
Formatted Capacity
Available Capacity

DMP 4305G

CF

2 GB

0.9 GB

DMP 4310G

SSD

32 GB

30.9 GB

DMP 4400G

SD

4 GB

2.9 GB


Related Topics

DMP Support, by Model, for USB Local Storage

DMP Physical Specifications and Interfaces (I/O Ports)

Table 1 describes the connectors, sensors, and buttons on each DMP model.

DMP 4305G

Width: 7.5 in (190 mm)

Height: 1.5 in (38 mm)

Depth: 5 in (127 mm)

Weight: 1 lb (0.45 kg)

Power Consumption: 12W peak and 5W average

Input Current: 3 ADC

Internal Disk: 2GB CF EXT2


DMP 4310G

Width: 7.5 in (190 mm)

Height: 1.5 in (38 mm)

Depth: 5 in (127 mm)

Weight: 1 lb (0.45 kg)

Power Consumption: 12W peak and 8W average

Input Current: 2 ADC

Internal Disk: 32GB SSD EXT2


DMP 4400G

Width: 10 in (254 mm)

Height: 2 in (51 mm)

Depth: 8 in (203 mm)

Weight: 4.4 lb (2 kg)

Power Consumption: 30W peak and 15W average1

Input Current: 3 ADC

Internal Disk: 4GB SD EXT2

1 On PoE, consumption is constant at 15.4W.


Table 1 DMP Physical Interfaces 

Category and Subcategory
Chassis Label
DMP 4305G
DMP 4310G
DMP 4400G

Electrical Power Connectors

DC

5V

POWER 5V DC

1

0

0

12V

DC 12V

0

1

0

Power DC

0

0

1

PoE1

IEEE 802.3af

RJ-45

0

1

0


Network Connectors

Wired2

Fast Ethernet

10/100

10/100

1

0

0

Gigabit Ethernet3

10/100/1000

RJ45

0

1

0

RJ-45

0

0

1

Wireless4

IEEE 802.11b/g

Antenna

0

0

1


Debugging (for Cisco use only)

CONSOLE

0

1

0


Media Signal Connectors

Wired5

Video connectors

HDMI 1.1

HDMI

1

0

1

HDMI 1.36

0

1

0

Component7

YPbPr/
S-Video

0

1

0

S-VIDEO/
YPbPr

1

0

0

S-Video

0

0

1

Composite

CVBS

1

08

1

Audio connectors

3.5mm jack9

Audio

0

1

1

RCA

SPDIF10

0

0

1

RIGHT

1

0

0

LEFT

1

0

0


Infrared

Wired

IR receiver extension

3.5 mm jack

IR Extension

0

1

1

Wireless

IR receiver

Sensor for remote control11

1

1

1


Serial (Comm Port) Connectors

Wired

Data

USB 1.0

USB

1

0

0

USB 2.012

0

213

213

RS-232
(9-pin DB9 to 9-pin DB9)

RS232

1

0

1

RS-232
(9-pin DB9 to 3.55mm jack)

0

1

0


Human

Power On/Off

Latching pushbutton switch

Power

0

1

0

Device Reset

Recessed pushbutton switch

Reset

1

1

1

1 IEEE 802.3af interface with integrated switching regulator.

2 Category 5 or better. Maximum length: 328 ft (100 m). For any distance greater than 165 ft (50 m), we recommend that you use Category 5e or Category 6 certified Ethernet cabling. For installation behind walls, we recommend plenum-rated cabling unless it does not satisfy the requirements set forth in your regional building code. We do not ship any Ethernet cable with any DMP model. You must obtain this cable separately.

3 Wake-on-LAN.

4 Supporting EAP-FAST, WEP, WPA, and WPA2.

5 For maximum supported media signal cable lengths, see the "Choose Media Signal Cables" section. Each video and audio signal cable that we ship with DMPs is 6 ft (approximately 1.83 m) long.

6 Backward-compatible to HDMI 1.1.

7 Use an S-Video signal cable with a YPbPr-to-S-Video adapter to transmit and receive YPbPr data signals.

8 Although there is no Composite CVBS connector on a DMP 4310G, its YPbPr/S-Video connector supports Composite CVBS when you use an S-Video-to-Composite adapter.

9 Stereo audio output, irrespective of the cable type for video output.

10 Your DMP remote control (sold separately) cannot mute audio output from the SPDIF interface.

11 Maximum distance from remote control to DMP is 15 ft (5 m). The IR sensor's signal coverage range extends from 45° left to 45° right.

12 Maximum USB cable length is 15 ft (approximately 5 m).

13 The expected use is one USB connection for a touchscreen and the other for an external data storage device.


DMP Support, by Model, for Asset Types

We Support These Asset Types...
... On These DMP Models

DMP 4305G

DMP 4310G

DMP 4400G


Image Formats

GIF

GIF (animated) 1 , 2

JPG (nonprogressive)

PNG 3


Shockwave Flash (SWF) Formats 4 , 5

Version 6 (with ActionScript 2) 6

Version 7 (with ActionScript 2) 6

Version 9 (with ActionScript 2 or 3) 7

Version 10 (with ActionScript 2 or 3)

FlashLite 3.1 (with ActionScript 2)


Video Codec/Container Pairs

MPEG-1/TS

MPEG-2/TS — MP at High Level

MPEG-4.2/TS — ASP at L5

H.264/TS — MP at L4.0; HP at L4.0 (or L4.1 for Blu-ray/D)

H.264/MP4 8 — MP at L4.0; HP at L4.0 (or L4.1 for Blu-ray/D)

Windows Media 9/ASF 9


Audio Codecs 10

MPEG-1 Layer 1

MPEG-1 Layer 2

MPEG-1 Layer 3 (MP3) 11 , 12

HE-AAC v1

AC3 — Dolby Digital 5.1

AC3 — Dolby Digital Plus 7.1

AC3 — Dolby ProLogic IIx 5.1

AC3 — Dolby TrueHD 7.1

MPEG-4 AAC LC 5.1

1 But not in standalone Flash content or DMD slideshows. Use DMD's "All Media Playlist," instead.

2 In releases 5.1.1 and earlier, DMP 4305G and 4400G models could render the first frame from an animated GIF but not any of its subsequent frames. Thus, it appeared to be an ordinary GIF image instead of an animation (CSCte64283). However, releases 5.2.0 and later render the entire GIF animation.

3 In releases 5.1.1 and earlier, DMP 4305G endpoints could not render PNG images at all (CSCte64283). However, releases 5.2.0 and later render such images correctly. Even so, they render slowly on DMP 4305G and 4400G models and we recommend on these models that you prefer another format.

4 See the "DMD Guidelines for SWF Animations" topics on Cisco.com. Also: Any SWF that includes Stage.scaleMode = "noScale" in its ActionScript code will prevent older DMP models from scaling it correctly. (CSCtn84520)

5 We do not support audio in Shockwave Flash.

6 Backward compatible on a DMP 4310G or a DMP 4400G but not any other DMP models.

7 Supported exclusively in DMD 5.2.0. Not supported thereafter.

8 The "moov" atom must be located at the beginning of the file.

9 On-demand (prerecorded), not live. PTS value > 100ms. HTTP, CIFS, or local storage only.

10 The supported audio data rate is 64-320 kbps on a DMP 4305G or DMP 4400G. It is 64-384 kbps on a DMP 4310G.

11 HTTP or local storage only. Prerecoded, not live.

12 Variable Bitrate (VBR) MP3 files are not supported.


DMP Support, by Model, for USB Local Storage

DMP 4310G Support for USB Local Storage

DMP 4400G Support for USB Local Storage

DMP 4305G Support for USB Local Storage (Discontinued Model)

DMP 4300G Support for USB Local Storage (Discontinued Model)

DMP 4310G Support for USB Local Storage

Table 2 USB Storage for DMP 4310G 

DMP Model
Running Firmware
Passed Our Tests with These External USB Storage Devices
Manufacturer
Brand Name (and model number, if applicable)
Capacity
File System

4310G

5.4(0)

5.3(6)

5.3(5)

5.3(4)

5.3(0)

5.2.3(2)

5.2(3)

5.2.2(3)

5.2.2(1)

5.2(2)

Kingston

Data Traveler USB Flash Key

4 GB

EXT2

EXT3

FAT32

8 GB

EXT2

EXT3

FAT32

16 GB

EXT2

EXT3

FAT32

32 GB

EXT2

EXT3

FAT32

DiskGo

EDGE

32 GB

EXT2

EXT3

FAT32

Western Digital

WD Passport Portable Drive

320 GB

EXT2

EXT3

FAT32

1000 GB

EXT2

EXT3

FAT32


Local Storage Restrictions for DMP 4310G

A DMP 4310G that uses an attached USB storage volume might corrupt or erase data on this attached volume. Likewise, a DMP 4310G might lose its ability to mount this attached volume. After the DMP reaches this general state, it sometimes reports incorrectly that the attached volume is still mounted and working. These problems can occur when you disconnect the external volume from the upper USB interface on a DMP 4310G and then, without any delay, plug it immediately into the lower USB interface on the same DMP. However, these problems do not occur in every such case. In our tests, they occurred approximately 1 percent of the time. (See the "DMP 4310G" photograph, earlier in this guide.)

To reduce your possible exposure to these problems, wait no less than 3 seconds after you connect or disconnect an attached volume, before you do the reverse. In our tests, this best practice eliminated the risk.

Restart the DMP if it merely unmounts its attached volume. There is no workaround after the attached volume is erased or its data becomes corrupted. All that you can do after the fact is reformat the volume and restore its data from a recent backup.

DMP 4400G Support for USB Local Storage

Table 3 USB Storage for DMP 4400G 

DMP Model
Running Firmware
Passed Our Tests with These External USB Storage Devices
Manufacturer
Brand Name (and model number, if applicable)
Capacity
File System

4400G

5.4(0)

5.3(6)

5.3(5)

5.3(4)

5.3(0)

5.2(3)

5.2.2(3)

5.2.2(1)

5.2(2)

5.2(1)

5.2(0)

Kingston

Data Traveler USB Flash Key

4 GB

EXT2

EXT3

FAT32

8 GB

EXT2

EXT3

FAT32

16 GB

EXT2

EXT3

FAT32

32 GB

EXT2

EXT3

FAT32

DiskGo

EDGE

32 GB

EXT2

EXT3

FAT32

Western Digital

WD Passport Portable Drive

320 GB

EXT2

EXT3

FAT32

1000 GB

EXT2

EXT3

FAT32

5.1(0)

5.0(3)

5.0(2)

5.0(1)

5.0(0)

Kingston

Data Traveler USB Flash Key

4 GB

FAT32

8 GB

FAT32

DiskGo

EDGE

32 GB

FAT32

Western Digital

WD Passport Portable Drive

320 GB

FAT32


DMP 4305G Support for USB Local Storage (Discontinued Model)

Table 4 USB Storage for DMP 4305G 

DMP Model
Running Firmware
Passed Our Tests with These External USB Storage Devices
Manufacturer
Brand Name (and model number, if applicable)
Capacity
File System

4305G1

5.3(5)

5.3(4)

5.3(0)

Kingston

Data Traveler USB Flash Key

4 GB

FAT32

8 GB

FAT32

DiskGo

EDGE

32 GB

FAT32

Western Digital

WD Passport Portable Drive

320 GB2

FAT32

5.2(3)

5.2.2(3)

5.2(1)

5.2(0)

Kingston

Data Traveler USB Flash Key

4 GB

FAT32

8 GB

FAT32

DiskGo

EDGE

32 GB

FAT32

Western Digital

WD Passport Portable Drive

320 GB2

FAT32

5.1(0)

5.0(3)

5.0(2)

5.0(0)

2.43(1)

Kingston

Data Traveler USB Flash Key

4 GB

FAT32

8 GB

FAT32

DiskGo

EDGE

32 GB

FAT32

Western Digital

WD Passport Portable Drive

320 GB2

FAT32

1 This model is discontinued. See http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/video/ps9901/ps9892/eol_c51-675115.html.

2 See CSCsw67738 in Bug Toolkit on Cisco.com.


DMP 4300G Support for USB Local Storage (Discontinued Model)

Table 5 USB Storage for DMP 4300G 

DMP Model
Running Firmware
Passed Our Tests with These External USB Storage Devices
Manufacturer
Brand Name (and model number, if applicable)
Capacity
File System

4300G1

5.1(0)

5.0(3)

5.0(2)

5.0(0)

2.43(1)

2.43(0)

Western Digital

WD Passport Portable Drive

WD2500U017

250 GB

FAT32

Lexar

JumpDrive Firefly

8 GB

FAT32

2.42(1)

2.42(0)

Western Digital

WD Passport Portable Drive

WD1600U017

160 GB

FAT32

Transcend

JetFlash 2A

TS16GJF2A

16 GB

FAT32

1 This model is discontinued. See http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/video/ps9339/ps6681/Prod_EoL_C51-451180.html.


SSL Encryption Ciphers That DMPs Support

ADH-DES-CBC3-SHA

DES-CBC-MD5

DES-CBC-SHA

DES-CBC3-MD5

DES-CBC3-SHA

EDH-DSS-DES-CBC-SHA

EDH-DSS-DES-CBC3-SHA

EDH-RSA-DES-CBC-SHA

EDH-RSA-DES-CBC3-SHA

EXP-DES-CBC-SHA

EXP-EDH-RSA-DES-CBC-SHA

EXP-RC2-CBC-MD5

EXP-RC4-MD5

IDEA-CBC-MD5

IDEA-CBC-SHA

RC2-CBC-MD5

RC4-MD5

RC4-SHA



Note Do not use AES128-SHA or AES256-SHA (including ADH-AES128-SHA, ADH-AES256-SHA, DHE-DSS-AES128-SHA, DHE-DSS-AES256-SHA, DHE-RSA-AES128-SHA, and DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA).


DMP Interoperation with Cisco DMM

Cisco DMS requires that the following firmware and software versions be installed respectively on your DMPs and on the DMM appliance that centrally manages them.

1 This model is discontinued. See http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/video/ps9901/ps9892/eol_c51-675115.html.

2 This model is discontinued. See http://cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/video/ps9339/ps6681/Prod_EoL_C51-451180.html.
3 DMM-DSM 4.1 can manage DMPs that use this firmware release. However, these DMPs cannot play presentations that you design in Digital Media Designer (DMD).

DMP Mount Kits

We manufacture and sell optional mount kits for DMPs. These fabricated steel enclosures provide physical stability for a DMP. Perhaps more importantly, they discourage tampering and prevent theft. With the correct mount kit enclosure, you can mount any DMP securely to:

A wall or pillar.

A suspended-grid ceiling T-joint.

A metal pole.

A VESA-compliant flat-panel display for which you have obtained a third-party VESA mount kit.

Cisco DMP mount kits facilitate airflow for ventilation. In addition, they are an adaptable and cost-effective alternative to complex cabinet-making and construction projects.

For this DMP Model:
Order this Optional Mount Kit:

DMP 4400G

DMP-PRCASE-4400-S1

DMP 4310G

DMP-PRCASE-4305-S1

DMP 4305G

DMP 4300G


Data Sheet: http://tools.cisco.com/squish/1702C

Mounting Kit Assembly Guide: http://tools.cisco.com/squish/06C68

LCD Digital Signs and Other Presentation Systems

Choose Suitable Display Systems for Digital Signs

Choose Media Signal Cables

Generally Supported Touchscreen Driver Categories

RS-232 Command Strings for Cisco LCD-Professional Series Displays

Choose Suitable Display Systems for Digital Signs

We certify that DMPs work as designed with Cisco LCD flat-screen displays. All displays in this series are engineered for intensive use in public settings. See http://cisco.com/go/dms/lcd.

In most cases, DMPs can use displays that comply with modern, international standards. We recommend the following if you must use a third-party display.

Digital, not analog.

High-definition, not standard-definition.

Professional-grade, not consumer-grade. Digital signs and public IPTV installations run many more hours each day than a consumer-grade display is engineered to run. A consumer-grade system is likely to fail years sooner than a professional-grade system would under these circumstances.

LCD, not plasma. Digital signage uses static images more often than it uses full-motion video. Most often, content is web-based or animated in Flash. The nature of these media types means that some pixels are not updated frequently in digital signage. LCDs are less susceptible to burn-in than plasma displays are. Even though image persistence is sometimes a problem on LCD displays, it is almost always self-correcting and is unlikely to occur when you follow manufacturer guidelines for managing your displays correctly.

Built-in support for RS-232 signalling. This recommendation is important in direct proportion to the number of displays that you will manage.

Choose Media Signal Cables


Caution Poorly shielded cable can sometimes promote undesired signal leakage ( egress), interference from over-the-air signals ( ingress), or crosstalk between cables that are in close physical proximity.

Special considerations apply when you obtain a signal cable that is longer or of a different type than cables that we included in your product kit. For DMP models that support the following signal cable types, the maximum supported lengths are:

Composite

10 ft (approximately 3 m)

HDMI

16 ft (approximately 5 m) 1

RCA

10 ft (approximately 3 m)

S-Video

10 ft (approximately 3 m)

SPDIF

10 ft (approximately 3 m)

1 Or 150 ft (approximately 45 m) with an HDMI extender.


Cable Quality

The best signal cables objectively are those with the lowest signal resistance. Factors that affect signal resistance include wire gauge, cable shielding quality, and cable connector quality. However, the same materials and engineering designs that reduce signal resistance add to the cost of manufacturing. This added cost is passed along to a consumer. So, it is useful to understand when signal resistance is not relevant. Knowing this can help you to manage and reduce expenses without necessarily lowering your standards. High cost is not inevitable. Nor is it proof of high quality. Sometimes, in fact, high quality (low signal resistance) is irrelevant.

Even mediocre signal cables are sometimes sufficient, and such cables are often very affordable. Figure 1 illustrates the most important factors to consider when you choose signal cables.

Figure 1 Signal Cable Purchasing Factors to Consider

Beyond the general guidelines that Figure 1 illustrates, two additional factors might constrain which types of signal cable you can use.

The technology, brand, and model of your display — Check its product documentation to understand its compatibility with various signal cable types.

The DMP model — Table 1 states which I/O ports are available on various DMP models. (Alternatively, if the table does not describe your DMP model, see its datasheet at http://www.cisco.com/go/dms/dmp/datasheets.) Your packing list states which signal cables Cisco planned to ship with your DMP.


Note When image signals are transmitted through a composite cable, image quality suffers. When you use a composite cable and your DMP shows any web-based media, small text might be difficult to read in TVzilla. To work around this limitation, you can lower the browser resolution setting in DMPDM.


Generally Supported Touchscreen Driver Categories

This high-level summary merely categorizes which types of touchscreen drivers we support.

For a comprehensive and specific inventory of all supported drivers, see the "Supported Touchscreen Drivers in Cisco DMS 5.4" section.

DMP Model
Supported Driver Categories
DMP 4400G

3M MicroTouch

ELO Acoustic Pulse Recognition systems and non-APR systems

NEW IN CISCO DMS 5.2.3 — ELO non-Acoustic Pulse Recognition systems

REMOVED IN CISCO DMS 5.2.3 — GeneralTouch ST6001S and ST6201

Zytronic Zybrid

DMP 4310G

NEW IN CISCO DMS 5.4 — ELO IntelliTouch+

NEW IN CISCO DMS 5.2.3 — 3M Touch Systems Capacitive Pulse SCT

NEW IN CISCO DMS 5.2.3 — 3M  Dispersive Signal DST

NEW IN CISCO DMS 5.2.3 —  3M Projected Capacitive PCT (with single touch)

NEW IN CISCO DMS 5.2.3 — ELO non-Acoustic Pulse Recognition systems

NEW IN CISCO DMS 5.2.3 — GeneralTouch ST6001S and ST6201


Supported Touchscreen Drivers in Cisco DMS 5.4

Touchscreen Technology or Connector Type
Vendor
Supported Models
DMP 4400G
Compatible
DMP 4310G
Compatible

Acoustic Pulse Recognition (APR)

ELO

Touchmonitors

Yes

Yes

IDS Touch Display 3200L

Yes

Yes

IDS Touch Display 4200L

Yes

Yes

IDS Touch Display 4600L

Yes

Yes

Dispersive Signal Technoloy (DST)

3M

MicroTouch System DST2270DX

Yes

Yes

Intellitouch

ELO

Touchmonitors

Yes

Yes

IDS Touch Display 4200L

Yes

Yes

IDS Touch Display 4600L

Yes

Yes

IDS Touch Display 5500L

Yes

Yes

Intellitouch Plus

ELO

Touchmonitor 2242L

Yes

Yes

IDS Touch Display 3200L

Yes

Yes

Optical

ELO

No

No

Projected Capacitive Technology (PCT)

3M

No

No

Surface Capacative Technology (SCT)

3M

MicroTouch System SCT3250EX

Yes

Yes

MicroTouch System SCT7650EX

Yes

Yes

MicroTouch Display M1500SS

Yes

Yes

MicroTouch Display M1700SS

Yes

Yes

MicroTouch Display C1500SS

Yes

Yes

MicroTouch Display C1700SS

Yes

Yes

MicroTouch Display C2234SW

Yes

Yes

Serial

General Touch

No

No

USB

General Touch

No

Yes

Zytronics

Yes

No


Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays

Rotation

Electrical Specifications

Dimensions and Weight

RS-232 Command Strings for Cisco LCD-Professional Series Displays

Rotation

You can mount your Cisco LCD display at 0° or 90°. Do not use any other angle!

Electrical Specifications

32-inch
Cisco LCD-100L-PRO-32N

40-inch
Cisco LCD-100-PRO-40N

42-inch
Cisco LCD-110L-PRO-42

47-inch
Cisco LCD-110L-PRO-47

52-inch
Cisco LCD-110-PRO-52S

55-inch
Cisco LCD-PRO-110Q

Rated Voltage

AC 100-240V
~ 50/60 Hz
1.5A

Rated Voltage

AC 100-240V
~ 50/60 Hz

Rated Voltage

AC 100-240V
~ 50/60 Hz
2.3A

Rated Voltage

AC 100-240V
~ 50/60 Hz
3.0A

Rated Voltage

AC 100-240V
~ 50/60 Hz

Rated Voltage

AC 100-240V
~ 50/60 Hz
3.0A

Typical Power Consumption

On: 145W
Sleep: 4W
Off: 1W

Typical Power Consumption

On: 230W
Sleep: 2W
Off: 0W

Typical Power Consumption

On: 200W
Sleep: 2W
Off: 0.5W

Typical Power Consumption

On: 260W
Sleep: 2W
Off: 0.5W

Typical Power Consumption

On: 370W
Sleep: 2W
Off: 0W

Typical Power Consumption

On: 350W
Sleep: 1W
Off: 1W


Dimensions and Weight

Measurements are approximate and subject to change without notice.

 
32-inch
LCD-100L-PRO-32N
40-inch 1
LCD-100-PRO-40N
42-inch
LCD-110L-PRO-42
47-inch
LCD-110L-PRO-47
52-inch 2
LCD-110-PRO-52S
55-inch 3
LCD-PRO-110Q

Display

Speakers

Stand

W

31.61 in

W

38.20 in

W

38.07 in

W

42.50 in

W

47.68 in

W

48.84 in

80.29 cm

97.03 cm

96.70 cm

107.95 cm

121.10 cm

124.06 cm

H

19.41 in

H

22.90 in

H

22.03 in

H

24.59 in

H

30.58 in

H

28.01 in

49.30 cm

56.17 cm

55.98 cm

62.46 cm

77.66 cm

71.14 cm

D

03.93 in

D

04.70 in

D

04.87 in

D

04.83 in

D

12.24 in

D

4.80 in

09.98 cm

11.94 cm

12.37 cm

12.29 cm

31.10 cm

12.18 cm

31.70 lb

41.90 lb

41.00 lb

48.94 lb

79.37 lb

58.10 lb

14.38 kg

19.00 kg

18.64 kg

22.20 kg

36.80 kg

26.40 kg

Display

Speakers

Stand

W

31.61 in

W

38.20 in

W

38.07 in

W

42.50 in

W

47.68 in

W

48.84 in

80.29 cm

97.03 cm

96.70 cm

107.95 cm

121.10 cm

124.06 cm

H

21.26 in

H

25.30 in

H

24.99 in

H

27.46 in

H

30.58 in

H

30.44 in

54.00 cm

64.26 cm

63.50 cm

69.77 cm

77.66 cm

77.32 cm

D

07.58 in

D

12.20 in

D

10.18 in

D

11.74 in

D

12.24 in

D

15.95 in

19.25 cm

31.00 cm

25.86 cm

29.83 cm

31.10 cm

40.51 cm

37.08 lb

41.90 lb

43.92 lb

52.02 lb

79.37 lb

85.1 lb

16.82 kg

19.00 kg

19.92 kg

23.60 kg

36.80 kg

38.70 kg

Display

Speakers3

Stand

W

31.61 in

N.A.
W

38.07 in

W

42.50 in

N.A.

W

N.A.3

80.29 cm

96.70 cm

107.95 cm

H

19.41 in

H

22.03 in

H

24.59 in

H

49.30 cm

55.98 cm

62.46 cm

D

03.93 in

D

04.87 in

D

05.08 in

D

09.98 cm

12.37 cm

12.92 cm

33.42 lb

42.73 lb

50.70 lb

15.16 kg

19.38 kg

23.00 kg

Display

Speakers3

Stand

W

31.61 in

N.A.
W

38.07 in

W

42.50 in

N.A.

W

48.84 in

80.29 cm

96.70 cm

107.95 cm

124.06 cm

H

21.26 in

H

24.99 in

H

27.46 in

H

30.44 in

54.00 cm

63.50 cm

69.77 cm

77.32 cm

D

07.58 in

D

10.18 in

D

11.74 in

D

15.95 in

19.25 cm

25.86 cm

29.83 cm

40.51 cm

38.80 lb

45.55 lb

53.79 lb

85.1 lb

17.60 kg

20.66 kg

24.40 kg

38.70 kg

VESA Mounting Interface

200 x 200 mm

600 x 400 mm

600 x 400 mm

800 x 400 mm

800 x 400 mm

400 x 400 mm

Datasheets

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps10099/products_data_sheets_list.html

1 Discontinued. Please see http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/video/ps9339/ps10099/end_of_life_c51-682457.html

2 Discontinued. Please see http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/video/ps9339/ps10099/eol_c51-669174.html.

3 We do not sell optional speakers for 55-inch displays. Their speakers are already built-in.


RS-232 Command Strings for Cisco LCD-Professional Series Displays

Table 6 RS-232 Commands to Manage Cisco LCD Displays 

Task
Hexadecimal RS-232 Command Strings
32-inch
LCD-100L-PRO-32N
40-inch
LCD-100-PRO-40N
42-inch
LCD-110L-PRO-42
47-inch
LCD-110L-PRO-47
52-inch
LCD-110-PRO-52S
55-inch
LCD-PRO-110Q

Power

On

rs232.tx_hex=
6B612030312030310D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA11FF010112
rs232.tx_hex=
6B612030312030310D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B612030312030310D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA11FF010112
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313130303030310d

Off

rs232.tx_hex=
6B612030312030300D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA11FF010011
rs232.tx_hex=
6B612030312030300D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B612030312030300D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA11FF010011
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313130303030300d

Input Source

HDMI

rs232.tx_hex=
6B622030312030380D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA14FF012135
rs232.tx_hex=
6B622030312030380D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B622030312030380D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA14FF012135
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313130313030300d

DVI

rs232.tx_hex=
AA14FF01182C
rs232.tx_hex=
AA14FF01182C
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313130313030310d

Component

rs232.tx_hex=
6B622030312030340D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B622030312030340D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B622030312030340D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA14FF01081C
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313130313030360d

AV

rs232.tx_hex=
6B622030312030320D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA14FF010C20
rs232.tx_hex=
6B622030312030320D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B622030312030320D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA14FF010C20
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313130313030380d

PC

rs232.tx_hex=
6B622030312030370D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA14FF011428
rs232.tx_hex=
6B622030312030370D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B622030312030370D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA14FF011428
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313130313030330d

S-Video

rs232.tx_hex=
346230313130313030370d

BNC

rs232.tx_hex=
AA14FF011E32

Volume Mute

On

rs232.tx_hex=
6B6520303120300D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA13FF010114
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6520303120300D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6520303120300D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA13FF010114
rs232.tx_hex=
3462303135353030310d

Off

rs232.tx_hex=
6B6520303120310D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA13FF010013
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6520303120310D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6520303120310D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA13FF010013
rs232.tx_hex=
3462303135353030300d

Volume Control

0%

rs232.tx_hex=
6B662030312030300D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA12FF010012
rs232.tx_hex=
6B662030312030300D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B662030312030300D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA12FF010012
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313135303030300d

25%

rs232.tx_hex=
6B662030312031390D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA12FF01192B
rs232.tx_hex=
6B662030312031390D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B662030312031390D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA12FF01192B
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313135303032350d

50%

rs232.tx_hex=
6B662030312033320D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA12FF013244
rs232.tx_hex=
6B662030312033320D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B662030312033320D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA12FF013244
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313135303035300d

75%

rs232.tx_hex=
6B662030312034620D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA12FF014b5D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B662030312034620D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B662030312034620D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA12FF014b5D
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313135303037350d

100%

rs232.tx_hex=
6B662030312036340D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA12FF016476
rs232.tx_hex=
6B662030312036340D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B662030312036340D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA12FF016476
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313135303130300d

Brightness

25%

rs232.tx_hex=
6B6820312031390D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA25FF01193E
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6820312031390D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6820312031390D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA25FF01193E
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313131303032350d

50%

rs232.tx_hex=
6B6820312033320D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA25FF013257
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6820312033320D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6820312033320D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA25FF013257
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313131303035300d

75%

rs232.tx_hex=
6B6820312034620D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA25FF014B70
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6820312034620D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6820312034620D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA25FF014B70
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313131303037350d

100%

rs232.tx_hex=
6B6820312036340D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA25FF016489
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6820312036340D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6820312036340D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA25FF016489
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313131303130300d

Contrast

25%

rs232.tx_hex=
6B672030312031390D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA24FF01193D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B672030312031390D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B672030312031390D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA24FF01193D
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313131313032350d

50%

rs232.tx_hex=
6B672030312033320D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA24FF013256
rs232.tx_hex=
6B672030312033320D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B672030312033320D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA24FF013256
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313131313035300d

75%

rs232.tx_hex=
6B672030312034620D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA24FF014B6F
rs232.tx_hex=
6B672030312034620D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B672030312034620D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA24FF014B6F
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313131313037350d

100%

rs232.tx_hex=
6B672030312036340D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA24FF016488
rs232.tx_hex=
6B672030312036340D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B672030312036340D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA24FF016488
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313131313130300d

Sharpness

25%

rs232.tx_hex=
6B6B2030312031390D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA26FF01193F
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6B2030312031390D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6B2030312031390D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA26FF01193F
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313131323032350d

50%

rs232.tx_hex=
6B6B2030312033320D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA26FF013258
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6B2030312033320D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6B2030312033320D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA26FF013258
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313131323035300d

75%

rs232.tx_hex=
6B6B2030312034620D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA26FF014b71
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6B2030312034620D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6B2030312034620D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA26FF014b71
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313131323037350d

100%

rs232.tx_hex=
6B6B2030312036340D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA26FF01648A
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6B2030312036340D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6B2030312036340D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA26FF01648A
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313131323130300d

Colorfulness 1 (Saturation)

25%

rs232.tx_hex=
6B692030312031390D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA27FF011940
rs232.tx_hex=
6B692030312031390D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B692030312031390D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA27FF011940
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313131363032350d

50%

rs232.tx_hex=
6B692030312033320D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA27FF013259
rs232.tx_hex=
6B692030312033320D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B692030312033320D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA27FF013259
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313131363035300d

75%

rs232.tx_hex=
6B692030312034620D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA27FF014B72
rs232.tx_hex=
6B692030312034620D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B692030312034620D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA27FF014B72
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313131363037350d

100%

rs232.tx_hex=
6B692030312036340D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA27FF01648B
rs232.tx_hex=
6B692030312036340D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B692030312036340D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA27FF01648B
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313131363130300d

Tint

25%

rs232.tx_hex=
6B6A2030312031390D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA28FF011941
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6A2030312031390D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6A2030312031390D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA28FF011941
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313131353032350d

50%

rs232.tx_hex=
6B6A2030312033320D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA28FF01325A
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6A2030312033320D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6A2030312033320D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA28FF01325A
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313131353035300d

75%

rs232.tx_hex=
6B6A2030312034620D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA28FF014B73
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6A2030312034620D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6A2030312034620D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA28FF014B73
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313131353037350d

100%

rs232.tx_hex=
6B6A2030312036340D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA28FF01648C
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6A2030312036340D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6A2030312036340D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA28FF01648C
rs232.tx_hex=
346230313131353130300d

Remote Control Lock 2

On

rs232.tx_hex=
AA36FF010036
rs232.tx_hex=
AA36FF010036

Off

rs232.tx_hex=
AA36FF010037
rs232.tx_hex=
AA36FF010037

Panel Lock 3

On

rs232.tx_hex=
AA5FFF010160
rs232.tx_hex=
AA5FFF010160
SW Version: V40.14
346230313130333030310d
SW Version: V40.22B
346230313130333030300d

Off

rs232.tx_hex=
AA5FFF01005F
rs232.tx_hex=
AA5FFF01005F
SW Version: V40.14
346230313130333030300d
SW Version: V40.22B
346230313130333030310d

Safety Lock 4

On

rs232.tx_hex=
6B6D2030312030310D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA5DFF01015E
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6D2030312030310D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6D2030312030310D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA5DFF01015E

Off

rs232.tx_hex=
6B6D2030312030300D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA5DFF01005D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6D2030312030300D
rs232.tx_hex=
6B6D2030312030300D
rs232.tx_hex=
AA5DFF01005D

1 An image with a colorfulness value of zero percent is grayscale, while the same image with a colorfulness value of 100 percent has vivid colors.

2 The display ignores its handheld remote control but still responds to other commands.

3 The display ignores its built-in buttons but still responds to other commands.

4 Control the display exclusively through your DMP. Neither the handheld remote control nor buttons on the display can override your off-site management.


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