Introduction

The video wall consists of 4*4 screens, which are connected with each other with serial ports. And all the signal will processed by the signal box which will provide a HDMI port to connect to the computer. The signal from the computer can be then distributed through the box to each screen. And the screens are actually connected in the order that the picture shows below.

Behind Video Wall
Signal Box
Numbers Of All Screens


Useful links:

More info about the Screens: [1] Manual: [2]



Part 1 With Remote Control

The infrared receiver is attached to the right side frame of the video wall. So the screen will react only when you target your remote control towards the infrared receiver.

Remote Control
Infrared Receiver




When you press the "menu" button on the remote control, you can activate the adjustment menu on the screen which is located on the lower right corner. That is actually no.1 screen. You can use the arrow buttons in the menu to do specific adjustments which will have an effect on all the screens. Detailed instructions can be found in the Manual PDF from page 41 to 51.

Picture
Display
Setup
Input


In order to change some settings for individual screens, you need to press "select" button, so that you can see each screen will display some informations containing the number of its own. Then you can choose the screen you want to adjust by pressing the corresponding number on the remote control. In this way, you can make some changes individually.

Select




Part 2 With Software

The softwares will be used only work for Windows. They are uploaded to Google Drive.[3]

The route for each program is listed below.

1. NPort Windows Driver Manager

Google Drive\EYEVIS-Color-Calibration\Moxa\Downloaded\drvmgr_setup_Ver1.18_Build_15022515_whql.exe

You have to install this program for configuring the proper port for screens in order to get the other two softwares working. After installation, you can get access to configure the COM port settings. Usually, we only need to change the numbers at "Serial Parameters", such as "Baud Rate".

Moxa0.png
Moxa1.png
Moxa2.png

Here is a video setting tutorial: [4]


2. eye Device Setup

Google Drive\EYEVIS-Color-Calibration\eyeDeviceSetup\Software\eyeDeviceSetup.exe

3. EYE-LCD-CAS

Google Drive\EYEVIS-Color-Calibration\EYE-LCD-CAS\Software\eyeLCD-CAS.exe



User
Setup
Service
Status
Gamma
Preference
Reports