7.2.2 Back Panel
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Power: This slot is where the user plugs in the 5V DC power supply of this
unit before connecting the adaptor to an AC wall outlet.
Link LED: When the LED illuminate it shows that the device has successfully
detected the transmitter and when it blink it means the device is
receiving transmitter's signals.
CABLE ASSOC.: This slot is where the user connects a USB cable to the PC
or Laptop USB port for ID association when first using the system and later
on when establishing a connection with the Transmitter.
EDID control switch: The default setting for this switch is HDMI, leave the
switch here as long as the connected display is compatible. When
the EDID control is switched from HDMI to VGA the unit will detect the
sources EDID and record it. Turn off in order to use the built in EDID.
USB Port: These ports allow the receiver to act like a USB hub, allowing you
to connect an External Hard Drive, Keyboard or Mouse.
Note:
Before removing the USB device, the user must follow the USB devices
hardware removal procedure. Failure to do so will cause the system
to crash.
Mini USB IN: This port, when connecting to USB port of your PC via USB
cable, supports mirror or video extension of your PC content on your
HDMI display. When connected it will override and replace the wireless
USB connection between TX and RX and the unit then works as a wired
USB to HDMI Converter.
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