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Avocor AVE-5530 quick start guide

Welcome to your new Avocor AVE-5530 display

Your Avocor AVE-5530 4K interactive touch display supports 4K@60Hz resolution, up to 20 simultaneous touch points, multiple source inputs for your computers and peripheral devices, and the new intuitive Avocor UiQ on-screen display (OSD) menu. ​

This Quick Start Guide will provide basic operating instructions to help get you started.

This is your UiQ

WELCOME TO UIQ

Step 1

Avocor's UiQ is the new smart touch-enabled dynamic user interface, with source preview and menu settings, that allows for remote control free usage

Step 2

  1. Temperature C° / F°
  2. Source preview and selection
  3. Room name and settings
  4. Wi-Fi connection
  5. Time and date

Step 3

Select the 'gear' icon in the bottom right-hand corner to access the 'Settings' menu

Step 4

There are seven categorical tiles to choose from in the Settings menu: Display, Network, Language, Location & Time, Input, Security, and About.

Touch one of these tiles to open a subset of configuration options for your chosen Settings category.

Step 5

  • Name - Assign a name to the display.
  • Wallpaper - Set a default or custom user images for the Home Screen.
  • Energy Saving - Set Auto Power On/Off, Power On Time, Power Off Time, Eco Mode, OPS Always On, Display Sleep.
  • Picture - Set the Scheme, Backlight, and Advanced Settings for the display's picture.
  • Audio - Set Mute, Treble, and Bass.

Step 6

  • Status - Shows Network & LAN status.
  • LAN - Set a Static IP or DHCP.
  • Wi-Fi - Configure Wi-Fi settings.
  • Wake On LAN - Toggle Wake On LAN.

Step 7

Configure Wi-Fi settings:

  • When the optional USB dongle is connected to the display you will see a list of available networks to choose from.
  • Now select your network and type in your password.

Step 8

  • Timezone - Set Timezone based on your city and region.
  • Auto Date & Time - Toggle Auto Date & Time on/off.
  • Use 24 Hour Time - Toggle 24 Hour Time on/off.
  • Date Format - Set a date format for the Home Screen.
  • Location (Weather) - Set the region for accurate weather information.
  • Unit (Weather) - Set unit for the measure of temperature (°F, °C)

Step 9

  • Favorite Source - Set the favorite source (Home Screen, OPS PC, HDMI Front, HDMI 1, HDMI 2, DisplayPort).
  • Starting Source - Set the default source the display will show automatically upon powering on the display (Home Screen, OPS PC, HDMI Front, HDMI 1, HDMI 2, DisplayPort).
  • Auto Detect New Input - Toggle Auto Detect New Input; determines whether the display will automatically switch to a new connection.
  • Rename Sources - Set custom names for the display's input sources.

Step 10

  • Require Passkey - Toggle Require Passkey on/off.
  • Set Passkey - Set a custom Passkey to access display settings.

THE DISPLAY AT A GLANCE

  1. Guest Inputs
  2. Speakers
  3. Front Buttons
  4. Pen Tray
  5. Power Switch 
  6. Power Socket
  7. OPS PC Slot
  8. Rear Ports

FRONT CONTROL BUTTON AND FUNCTIONS


DISPLAY INPUT SOURCES


REMOTE CONTROL AND FUNCTIONS

- POWER - Power on/off the display

- OPS - Navigate to the OPS input

 - BLANK - Blanks the display. Press again to restore

 - FREEZE - Freezes the display. Press again to restore

- OK/DIRECTION KEYS - Menu navigation and selection

- RETURN - Go back to the previous menu

- HOME - Navigate to the Favourite Source

- MENU - Open the OSD menu

- BRIGHTNESS- - Decreases brightness

- BRIGHTNESS+ - Increases brightness</p

- MUTE - Toggle mute on/off

- VOL.- - Decreases the volume

- VOL.+ - Increases the volume

- SOURCE - Open the Source selection menu

- SETTING - Open display Settings

- FRONT - Switch to the HDMI Front input source

- DP - Switch to the DisplayPort input source

- HDMI 1 - Switch to the HDMI 1 input source

- HDMI 2 - Switch to the HDMI 2 input source

 - TYPE C - Switch to the Type C input source

 

 


SWITCHING THE DISPLAY ON AND OFF

SWITCHING ON

  1. Plug the end of the supplied power cord into the side of the display
  2. Connect the other end to the power source
  3. Turn on the main power switch at the side of the display. The power LED indicator will light up red to indicate that the display is in 'standby' mode
  4. Press the 'Power' button and the LED indicator on the left-hand side of the display will then light up green, which tells you that the display is switched on
  5. After a brief warm-up period, the Avocor UiQ interface will be displayed

SWITCHING OFF

  1. Switch the display off by pressing the 'Power' button on the display
  2. The display will then cycle and shut down

CONNECTING THE DISPLAY

Proceed as follows to connect the display to your video sources, external controller.

When connecting your equipment:

  1. Turn off all equipment before making any connections
  2. Use the correct signal cables for each source
  3. For best performance and to minimize cable clutter, use high-quality cables that are only as long as necessary to connect two devices. (Don't use a cable over 5 meters)
  4. Ensure that the cables are securely connected

CONNECTING TO AN EXTERNAL PC USING TYPE C CONNECTION

The single Type C cable solution that immediately and intelligently connects a Windows PC to the display and enables immediate control of the new camera and mic for video and audio, as well as provides hard-wire ethernet connection, power and USB touch-back to the laptop.

  1. Connect the enclosed Type C cable to the Type C port of the touchscreen and to the external PC
  2. Using the Avocor UiQ interface or remote control select the Type C source button or press the 'Source' button (click here to see) on the Front Connection bar to select Type C

In order for Plug and Play to work correctly, you must turn on the display before you turn on the connected computer.

For Type C connections, we recommend a maximum length of 1.8m unless an active Type C cable is used.


CONNECTING TO AN EXTERNAL PC USING HDMI CONNECTION

In addition to an HDMI connection, a USB touch connection is required when connecting an external PC.

  1. Connect the enclosed HDMI cable to the HDMI port of the touchscreen and to the external PC
  2. Connect the enclosed USB cable to the corresponding touch USB port (USB-A) of the touchscreen and to the USB port (USB-A) on the external PC
  3. Using the Avocor UiQ interface or remote control, select the HDMI source button or press the 'Source' button (click here to see) on the Front Connection bar to select HDMI

This display supports the VESA Display Data Channel (DDC) standard. This standard provides "Plug and Play" capability; the display and a VESA DDC-compatible computer communicate their setting requirements, allowing for quick and easy setup.

In order for Plug and Play to work correctly, you must turn on the display before you turn on the connected computer.

We recommend using a USB cable that is no longer than 5 meters.


CONNECTING TO AN EXTERNAL PC USING A DISPLAYPORT CONNECTION

In addition to a DisplayPort connection, a USB touch connection is required when connecting an external PC.

  1. Connect a DisplayPort cable to the DisplayPort port of the touchscreen and to the external PC
  2. Connect the enclosed USB cable to the touch USB port (USB-A) of the touchscreen and to the USB port (USB-A) on the external PC
  3. Using the Avocor UiQ interface or remote control select the DisplayPort source button  or press the 'Source' button (click here to see) on the Front Connection bar to select DisplayPort

In order for Plug and Play to work correctly, you must turn on the display before you turn on the connected computer.

We recommend using a USB cable that is no longer than 5 meters.


ENABLING THE TOUCH SCREEN

Before setting up your display to support touch screen capability, ensure that:

  • The touch screen controller host computer is turned off
  • The display is turned on
  • The video output from the computer is connected to a video input on the display

CONNECTING THE DISPLAY TO A HOST COMPUTER

  1. Connect the single cable to the display, and then turn on the display
  2. Connect the USB cable (USB Type-A connector) to the display
  3. Connect the other end of the USB cable (USB Type-A) to the USB port on the laptop/PC
  4. Turn on the computer
  5. When USB cable is fully connected, wait for 5 seconds and the touch function is ready. It can be activated by using the stylus or finger

INSTALLING AN OPS MODULE

Following the steps below to install an OPS module.

  1. Ensure that the display is turned off
  2. Use a screwdriver to unscrew the OPS slot shield on the display input panel. Do not lose the screws that are removed
  3. Install the OPS module by sliding it into the OPS slot until you hear a click, indicating the module is securely inserted. When using an Avocor OPS PC, the fan should be visible.
  4. Secure the OPS module in position by screwing it onto the display input panel using the screws that were removed earlier
  5. Ensure the installation is complete before turning on the power
  6. Turn on the display. When using an Avocor OPS PC you should see a green light on the side of the OPS, this will indicate that the OPS PC is switched on and operational.

Note: When installing or de-installing and OPS PC, the display must be switched off. If the display is on when performing the installation or de-installation of the OPS PC, this could cause damage to either the display or the OPS PC invalidating the warranty for both.