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Quick Start Guide
Mio Modero R-4 Remote
The Mio R-4 remote (FG148-04) provides custom control features, including a full-color touchscreen, contained in an elegant handheld rechargeable device. The R-4 communicates with a NetLinx master via a wireless ZigBee network. Use TPDesign4 (TPD4) to program this device. The R-4 uses a mini-USB port for transferring programming files. Note: The R-4 requires the latest versions of the TPDesign4 application, and the AMX USB LAN driver (available for download from www.amx.com): TPDesign4 - v2.7 (build 545 or higher) AMX USB LAN - v2.01.05 (or higher)
Mio R-4 (FG148-04) Specifications (Cont.)
Top Components LED - blue backlit buttons indicate device is awake LCD - high resolution (240x320) 76800 pixels with backlight and touch overlay Pushbuttons - the power button is red backlit; the rest are blue backlit buttons. 29 buttons total Programming Port Battery Door Rechargeable Battery Connection 9.50 x 2.00 x.74 (241.3 mm x 50.8 mm x 18.80 mm) English Spanish French Italian German Portuguese Arabic Russian Greek Simplified Chinese Japanese Thai Hindi Korean
Dimensions (HWD) Supported Languages:
FCC CE IEC-60950 .45 lbs (20 g) without batteries .55 lbs (25 g) with batteries Operating Temperature: 0 to 40 C (32 to 104 F) Storage Temperature: -20 to 70 C (-4 to 158 F) Mio-RBP Rechargeable Lithium-ion Battery (FG147-10) MIO-R4-KP-ITALIAN (FG148-141) MIO-R4-KP-FRENCH (FG148-142) MIO-R4-KP-ARABIC (FG148-143) MIO-R4-KP-CHINESE (FG148-144) CC-USB Programming cable (FG10-5965) Mio-RCC Charging Base (FG147-02) with power supply NXR-ZGW (FG5791-01) NXR-ZRP (FG5791-02)
1 - Power 2 - Guide 3 - Exit 4 - Menu 5 - Information 6 - Move Up 7 - Move Down 8 - Move Left 9 - Move Right 10 - Select 11 - Volume Up 12 - Volume Down 13 - Channel Up 14 - Channel Down 15 - Last Viewed 16 - Mute 17 - Input 18 - Enter 19 - Back/Home 20 - Up/Down Touch Screen Navigation
Operating Environment Included Items Optional Keypads:
Other AMX Equipment
Inserting the Lithium-Ion Battery Into The Mio R-4
To install your Lithium-Ion battery into the Mio R-4: 1. 2. 3. Flip and turn the Mio R-4 so that the buttons are facing away from you and the device is upside down. Holding the device in both hands, place your thumbs on the battery door and slide the battery door free. Connect the terminal end of the Lithium-Ion battery to the port shown in FIG. 2. It may be necessary to use a thin, blunt non-conductive object to seat the battery connector fully within its port. (Note: Make sure that the battery wires run alongside the battery in the compartment as shown in FIG. 2. Otherwise, the wires may be damaged or the battery door may not close properly.) Replace the battery door, and slide it to lock it in place. Remove the battery door (See Inserting the Lithium-Ion Battery Into the Mio R-4) and remove the battery. Unscrew the 6 screw points. Turn the unit over so the buttons are facing you. Lift the top assembly away from the PCB. If necessary, push out the standard buttons from the front of the top assembly. Drop in your language pad and verify the alignment with the guide posts on the PCB. Place the top assembly back down on the PCB and return the unit over, exposing the 6 screw points. Tighten the 6 screw points. Reinstall the battery, replace the battery door, and slide the door to lock it in place.
Installing a Supported Language Keypad
FIG. 1 Mio Modero R-4 Remote
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
Touch And Tilt Sensor
The Mio R-4 wakes up upon touching either the chrome side rails or pressing a button. If the remote times out when holding it, you can reawaken the device by tilting it. Errant jostling, such as a bumped table, will not wake the device unless you are holding it.
Mio R-4 (FG148-04) Specifications
Battery Transmission Frequencies Transmission Range Memory Rechargeable Lithium-Ion ZigBee RF wireless network 100 feet (30.48m). 32 Mbytes of FLASH 64 Mbytes of SDRAM
Using the Programming Jack on the Mio R-4
The programming jack located on the back of the Mio R-4 (FIG. 2) is used for communication between the device and TPDesign4. The programming jack uses a CC-USB Programming cable, USB to mini USB (FG10-5965). You can order the programming cable from AMX if you do not have one. While loading your configuration file, make sure the device is situated in the charging cradle. 1. From the System Settings page of the Protected Settings Menu (see Protected Settings), set the Master Connection to USB.
Rebooting the Mio R-4 Programming Port (USB)
1. 2. 3. Select Protected Settings in the Setup Menu. Select the Reboot Panel button. Select Reboot.
The System Settings page of the Protected Settings provides connection status, gateway selection, and RF link information. Use the devices up and down arrows to move from viewable page to page.
Checking Connection Status Lithium-Ion Battery
Correct path for battery wires and connector 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 1. 2. 3. Select Protected Settings in the Setup Menu. Select System Settings in the Protected Settings Menu. If the round button at the top right of the first page is green, the system is connected. Select the Back button until you are out of the Setup Menu. Select Protected Settings in the Setup Menu. Select System Settings in the Protected Settings Menu. Select the devices down arrow to navigate to the second page. The Type button lists the current Master Connection type for the unit: USB or Mesh. Press the Type button to select the preferred Master Connection type. Select the Back button once to return to the Protected Settings menu. Reboot the device from the Reboot Panel Page.
Rechargeable Battery Port Connection
Changing the Master Connection Type
Rear view battery compartment
FIG. 2 Rechargeable Battery Port on The Mio Remote
Joining a Wireless Network
Select Protected Settings in the Setup Menu. Select System Settings in the Protected Settings Menu. Press the Site Survey button. The available networks are listed below. Use the up and down arrows to navigate the menu. 4. Select the network by pushing it on the touch screen. A pop-up page reading "Do you wish to connect to PAN [PAN number]" will appear. To connect to the PAN, press the Yes button. To return to the Site Survey page without connecting to the PAN, press the No button. If you do not make a selection within three seconds, the pop-up page will automatically close in three seconds. 5. Select the Back button until you are out of the Setup Menu.
2. 3. 4. 5.
Remove the battery door (See Inserting the Lithium-Ion Battery Into the Mio R-4). Connect the mini USB programming cable (FG10-5965) into the programming jack. Connect the other end of the USB cable to the USB port on your computer. Configure the communication parameters in TPDesign4.
Device Setup Pages - Setup Menu
The Setup Menu allows you to set and check the following device features: Project Information Functions Remote & Display Settings Date/Time Settings Sound Settings Protected Settings Battery Settings
Battery Low Indicator
When the battery charge level is too low to sustain continuous operation, a popup window will appear on the touchscreen reading Battery Low and then Battery Very Low. If the device is still not returned to the charging cradle, it will then shut down.
To enter the Setup Menu, press and hold the Input and Back buttons for 6 seconds. Navigate the setup pages using the on screen menu selections and up and down arrows. For more information on the Setup Menu, please refer to the Mio Modero R-4 User Manual, available at www.amx.com.
1. 2. 3. Select Battery Settings in the Setup Menu. The battery level will be displayed on the Battery Settings Page. The higher the number of green lights, the higher the charge. Select the Back button until you are out of the Setup Menu.
The Protected Settings Menu allows you to set and check the following device features: Options & Recovery Change Passwords Calibrate System Settings Reboot Panel The Protected Settings Menu may be accessed through the Setup Menu. Accessing Protected Settings menu items requires a password confirmation. For more information on the Protected Settings Menu, please refer to the Mio Modero R-4 User Manual, available at www.amx.com. Note: To access the Protected Settings Menu for the first time, you must provide the default password: 1988.
Mio Remote Charging Base
The Mio remotes are complemented with the Mio-RCC charging base. To charge the remote from the charging base: 1. 2. 3. 4. Connect the terminal end of the power supply to the bottom external power port on the Mio remote charging base. Route the cable through the provided channel so that it comes out the side of the base. Connect the power cord to an external power source. Place the bottom of the Mio R-4 into the charging base so the contacts on the device are on top of the charging contacts inside the charging base. The Power LED on the Mio R-4 blinks red to indicate it is charging and illuminates solid red when it is done. A full charge cycle for a depleted battery is approximately 3 hours.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. Select Protected Settings in the Setup Menu. Select Change Passwords on the Protected Settings Menu. Select one of the five passwords to be changed. Enter, edit, and confirm changes to the password. Select the Back button until you are out of the Setup Menu. Select Protected Settings in the Setup Menu. Select the Calibrate button. Touch each target as it appears on the screen. If successfully calibrated, the Mio R-4 will return you to the Protected Settings Menu.
Calibrating the Mio R-4
Note: Due to the wireless nature of the ZigBee network, temporary interference may prevent a command from reaching the NetLinx master. If this happens while increasing volume, the master may receive the command to increase the volume but not the command to stop increasing it. Therefore, programmers should consider setting safeguards for volume control, either established volume limits or timeouts with the NetLinx master or more interactive adjustment from the Mio R-4 (i.e., direct volume control), to prevent issues with lost commands.
For full warranty information, refer to the AMX Instruction Manual(s) associated with your Product(s). 9/AMX. All rights reserved. AMX and the AMX logo are registered trademarks of AMX. AMX reserves the right to alter specifications without notice at any time. 3000 RESEARCH DRIVE, RICHARDSON, TX 75082 800.222.0193 fax 469.624.7153 technical support 800.932.6993 www.amx.com
TPControl for AndroidTM - Install and Setup Instructions
The following is a guide to the installation and operation of the TPControl application for Android devices (by Touch Panel Control).
Our software solution comes in two parts: TPControl which is an application that runs on your portable device, and TPTransfer which is used to upload your AMX designs to a device with TPControl installed. Once you have installed TPTransfer successfully on your computer, you will notice that your edition of AMX TPDesign4 will now contain additional panel types for TPControl specific devices. This will enable you to build a new panel design or convert existing designs for use on the device. The TPTransfer application is then responsible for licensing of TPControl on your Android device and for the actual transfer of your TP4 design file to the TPControl enabled device. Current supported products include: - Apple iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch - Android devices TPControl is an application that can be installed on your Android device. This software enables the device to talk directly to an AMX NetLinx controller as if it were a native AMX touch panel and also facilitates communication with the TPTransfer software. Upon initial installation, a default panel file is installed to the device where you can preview functioning G4 controls much like on the AMX Modero series of touch panels. Customisation of designs is facilitated using AMX's TPDesign4 software. These can in turn be loaded onto your TPControl empowered device, which will communicate with an AMX NetLinx controller and operate seamlessly like any other native AMX system component.
Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7 AMX TPDesign4 must be installed and up to date Android device running v1.6 or later NOTE: certain features are not available prior to Android v2.0, and multitouch functionality may vary between devices TPTransfer v126.96.36.199 or later, available from www.touchpanelcontrol.com To enable uploads to your device, either a Trial or Full Licence is required, available from www.touchpanelcontrol.com An internet connection is required at the time of licence validation (performed once for each device registration) A WiFi connection on your device for TPTransfer updates and to connect to your AMX NetLinx master
Last updated: 4 Apr 2011
2011 Touch Panel Control Ltd
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TPTransfer 1. Download TPTransfer v188.8.131.52 or later, from www.touchpanelcontrol.com. 2. Double click the executable to begin installation. This will install TPTransfer and enable specific TPControl device support within TPDesign4. 3. On first execution the application will run a process to execute a patch process and copy files required for use in TPDesign4 (similar to the screenshot indicated below). NOTE: If TPDesign4 was running during the installation, please close TPDesign4 and restart in order to use the updated options.
NOTE: TPTransfer will only connect to your device if TPControl is running.
TPControl 1. Download the "TPControl" application from the Android Market by clicking the link available from the downloads section of our website or by searching for "TPControl" within the Android Market application on. 2. When downloaded and installed, the TPControl icon will appear on your device. Tap to execute it. NOTE: TPControl does not require a connection to an AMX NetLinx Master to communicate with TPTransfer.
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Licensing 1. With TPTransfer running, from the initial loading page you will be presented with a screen providing three options. Firstly, select the "Tools" button and choose "Settings" from the dropdown list. 2. Ensure that the correct adapter has been selected in TPTransfer by choosing "Tools -> Settings -> Network". Multiple adapters can be selected at the same time.
NOTE: Your device must be configured to be connected to the same LAN and IP subnet as the TPTransfer computer. 3. Ensure that the Network adapter that you intend to use is selected and has a valid IP address that falls within the same subnet as your TPControl enabled device. 4. On your device, if you have not already, ensure that you have configured the devices Wi-Fi connection to be connected to the same LAN and IP subnet as the TPTransfer computer. 5. Start the TPControl application and wait for it to finish loading. The first load may take a moment or two as it prepares any default demonstration panel files. 6. If the "Auto Device Polling" option is enabled on the Network settings page in TPTransfer, then discovered TPControl devices will be listed automatcally. Alternately, click the "Find Devices" button in TPTransfer to discover TPControl devices on your network. You can also manually add a device by choosing the "Add Device" option, then specify the Host/IP address and Port (default 10700). 7. Initially your device will be listed including a blue icon embossed with a PLUS symbol, indicating it is not licenced. Click the "Get Licence" option against the device and TPTransfer will prompt for an email and token. If you already have a valid token, skip to the next step. Otherwise, obtain your token from our website by clicking either "Try" or "Buy", and following the checkout process. Ensure that you select the correct device type when requesting a licence e.g. an Smartphone licence will not operate on a Tablet device. 8. Ensure that you have a valid connection to the internet and select the "Submit" option to successfully complete application registration. Then, select the "Close" option to close the registration page.
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9. If successful, the device icon will show a CLOCK indicating a Trial licence was applied, or a STAR indicating a Full licence was applied.
NOTE: When Developer mode is turned OFF in Settings, TPTransfer will not be able to communicate with TPControl. Ensure that Developer mode is turned ON. Refer to Settings and Reset for more information.
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Creating and Sending a panel design
1. Using TPDesign4 you can either create a new panel design from the included TPControl(TPC) panel types or you can load an existing design and choose "Save As Different Panel Type." to convert to Android/iPhone/iPad.
2. Once you have created a suitable TP4 file, close TPDesign4 or at least close the file you have open, and return to the TPTransfer application. 3. Against the device you wish to upload to, click the "Upload New" option and select the TP4 file that you just created. Alternately, you may drag-n-drop the TP4 file directly onto the device in TPTransfer, or between listed devices, then select the "Reupload" option.
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4. The system will now attempt to connect to your device and transfer of the TP4 file will begin. Progress is shown both in TPTransfer and on the device itself.
5. When the upload is completed, the device will process the file and then automatically load the new design. The first load of the design will take a few moments to complete while it preprocesses the design files (time taken depends on the size of the design). Subsequent restarts of TPControl will load much more quickly. 6. You should then see your design has been loaded onto the device and is ready to use provided you have configured your NetLinx parameters within the device "Settings". NOTE: To configure NetLinx connection parameters for Android devices, ensure TPControl is running, then select the MENU button on your device, followed by the Settings option. NOTE: TPTransfer will only connect to your device if TPControl is running. NOTE: TPControl does not require a connection to an AMX NetLinx Master to communicate with TPTransfer.
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Settings and reset
To configure the NetLinx master controller settings and other parameters please ensure "TPControl" is running, then select the MENU button on your device, followed by the Settings option. Local NI Master Local Host The Local Host field is used for entering the primary address of the NI Master. This is the connection that will be used to communicate to the NI Master when on a Local Network. Supports: IP address and Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN). Local Port This is the IP Port number on which the ICSP protocol communicates between the NI Master and TPControl. Default is port 1319. Keep Wifi Active When Enabled, TPControl will continue to keep a connection live with the NI Master when the device goes to sleep (assuming TPControl is running). Remote NI Master Remote Host The Remote Host field is used for entering the remote address of the NI Master. This is the connection that will be used to communicate to the NI Master when using a 3G connection. Supports: IP address and Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN). Remote Port This is the IP Port number on which the ICSP protocol communicates between the NI Master and TPControl. When using a Remote connection this port will need to be available to access from outside the local network. It is advised to use a VPN connection, or lock down access to the port to the specified device only. Default is port 1319. Enable 3G When Enabled, TPControl will use the Remote NI Master settings when there is no Local Network available. Device Device ID This is the AMX Device ID that TPControl will use to identify itself with the NI Master. AMX programming events utilise this Device ID for communication to and from the NI Master and TP Control. Enable Auto-Lock When Enabled this will allow the Device to run the OS screen lock feature as set in General Settings on the device. If Enable AutoLock is set to Off the screen will stay active until the Power button is pressed. Battery life can be reduced significantly when this feature is set to Off. Notification Button Hit When enabled, Button Hit produces a Beep sound when a valid button area is pressed within the touch panel design file.
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Button Miss When enabled, Button Miss produces a Double Beep sound when any area outside of a valid button area is pressed within the touch panel design file. Beep Volume Level Sets the level at which the volume for the Beep will be announced. When running TPControl, the device Hard Volume buttons will adjust the audible level independently of the Beep Volume Level, acting as a Master Volume. Version Version This is the current software version of TPControl running on the device. Token This is the Token that the device is registered to. Verify Device This option provides the ability for the device to update its licence information when changes have been applied at the TPC servers, and is independent of TPTransfer. For example, in the case of "rolling licences", this option can be used to update and extend the licence period for the device. When enabled, the function is performed once you select the "Back" option, and apply the changes by selecting "OK" (refer to "Applying the settings" for more information). The option is reset back to off after changes have been applied, but can be re-enabled at any time to repeat the verification process. NOTE: A connection to the internet is required in order to utilise this function. Passwords User passwords There are up to 4 user passwords that can be used within a TP4 file for protected Page Flip actions, and a 5th for system protected Page Flip actions. Define each password in this section. Project Inactivity Page Flip Time When a value is set, if a button has not been pressed within the specified time, TPControl will flip to the Inactivity page that has been defined within the properties of the AMX TPDesign4 TP4 file. Lock Rotation Enabled Prevents the device from rotating the project content based on the orientation of the device. Disabled Allows the project content to rotate based on the orientation of the device. Screen Resize Options provided here allow for the loaded TP4 project to be presented in the following modes: None No resizing of the original TP4 project is applied, and will be shown using the original aspect and resolution. Scale-to-fit (default on first install) The original TP4 file will be upsized or downsized, retaining the original aspect-ratio of the project. At least one dimension will be fully utilised when displayed on the device. Stretch-to-fit The original TP4 file will be upsized or downsized, independently for the height and width of the project i.e. the aspect ratio of the design may be affected/stretched as a result. The project will fill the entire display on the device when presented.
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Developer Settings Developer Mode When enabled, this will allow TPControl to communicate with TPTransfer to receive TP4 files. NOTE: When Developer mode is turned OFF, TPTransfer will not be able to communicate with TPControl. Transfer Port The port in which TPControl and TPTransfer will communicate with. Default is 10700. Device Name This is for an additional method of identifying the device in TPTransfer, independent of Device ID. e.g. Android-Kitchen. Enable Font Warnings When Enabled, a message will appear notifying the developer if any fonts have been detected in the TP4 file that may not be compatible with the device OS. Restore All Settings When Enabled, this will restore all settings on the settings page back to defaults. (Settings are applied when you exit using the Back button.) Clear User Pages When Enabled, the design file will be removed and the original Demo Pages will be loaded back onto the device. (Settings are applied when you exit using the Back button.)
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Applying the Settings
Any changes to the settings will be applied when you exit Settings using the Back button. You will be prompted with the following:
Answering "OK" will apply the changes immediately. Answering "Cancel" will not undo any changes made, but any changes will be applied the next time that TPControl is exited and run.
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Devices The TPControl application has been developed and tested on a select range of Android devices. Over time, as the Android platform matures and our development continues, we expect that TPControl will be compatible across all relevant Android devices. TPControl Certain Fonts may not appear correctly, particularly when non-standard indexing methods are embedded in the font file. We have endeavoured to support most of the G3 and G4 commands used for control and manipulation of AMX touch panels. However, not all functions, nor all parameters for these commands may be supported. Over time, these will be further developed on to provide a truly seamless experience. Please notify us through the helpdesk if we have overlooked one of your favourites. TPDesign4/TPTransfer If you re-install TPDesign4 or apply an update that affects TPDesign4's G4 Support Files, and you can no longer see TPC template options in the panel type menu, you will need to re-run the TPTransfer XML patcher found in TPTransfer -> Tools -> Settings -> Language and updates -> Patch TPDesign4.
We aim to make your device integration as seamless as possible within your AMX environment. If you encounter any difficulties using the product or any of its facilities then please do let us know and we will be happy to help you. The helpdesk on our website at support.touchpanelcontrol.com operates from 09:00 to 18:00 (GMT) Monday to Friday. Touch Panel Control Team.
AMX, NetLinx, TPDesign4 are trademarks of AMX, LLC registered in the US and other countries. Android is a trademark of Google Corporation registered in the US and other countries. Apple, iPod Touch, iPhone, iTunes and iPad are trademarks of Apple Inc. registered in the US and other countries. Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation registered in the US and other countries. All other trademarks and copyrghts are the property of their respective owners.
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