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Quick Links. Download this manual See also: Installation Manual. Table of Contents. AMX is not liable for any damages caused by its products or for the failure of its products to perform. This includes any lost profits, lost savings, incidental damages, or consequential damages. The AMX Software is licensed, not sold. Page 9 EKP Page 10 Input Mask Ranges Engineered for style, value, efficiency and functionality; its bright touch screen, sleek form factor, ultra-thin, two-inch mounting depth, Power over Ethernet PoE capability, and value oriented price make the NXD the perfect entry point to home or building automation.
Page Features 6. Page NxdP 4. Instead, all power is supplied via the Power over Ethernet PoE protocol. This back box is removed when installing the device into a wall or into a Rough-In Box.
Remove the faceplate from the main NXD unit by gripping the faceplate from the top and lifting up and then pulling with gentle outward force. Page 20 FIG. Pulling straight outward may lead to damage to the faceplate, including breaking off the tabs that attach the faceplate to the device and damaging the capacitive touch pin female connector.
This backbox has a locking tab on three of the four faces missing only on the face containing the space for the connections to help lock the backbox to the wall. Page 22 The back box is clear to allow visual confirmation that the tabs have been extended and are gripping the wall. This also allows visual confirmation that the tabs have been retracted away from the wall if the entire assembly has to be removed from the wall for any reason. Page 24 Phillips-head screwdriver, until the unit is secure and flush against the wall FIG.
Reconnect the capacitive touch connector to the pin plug on the faceplate. Place the faceplate back onto the device. Page 26 Installation FIG. This action causes the panel to go to the Calibration page seen above, where the actual touch panel may be physically calibrated again using the above procedures. Ethernet communication can only be achieved via a direct Ethernet connection. Each time thereafter, the panel is "recognized" as a unique USBLAN device and the association to the driver is handled in the background.
Page 34 Click Yes when told that a digital signature was not found. The panel is now configured to communicate directly with the PC. The number changes depending on which recognized panel is currently connected. Refer to the previous section for more information. The connection parameters may only be configured through the System Connection page. Refer to the installation manual for the particular NetLinx Master for more detailed information.
Page Step 3: Configure An Ethernet Connection Type Before beginning, verify that the panel has been configured to communicate through an Ethernet cable connected from the panel to a valid Ethernet Hub. Page 44 Master virtual or not. Page 47 G4 panels FIG. A secondary web browser window appears on the screen FIG.
IP Address of touch panel Page Upgrading Modero Firmware After the touch panel powers-up, press and hold the Front Setup Access button for 6 seconds to access the Status page. All fields are now disabled, but still display any previously shown network information. Press the Back button to return to the Protected Setup page. Verify the panel appears in the OnLine Tree tab of the Workspace window. The default Modero panel value is Page 53 If the panel firmware being used is not current, download the latest Kit file by first logging in to www.
Page 54 Right-click the associated System number and select Refresh System. This causes a refresh of all project systems, establishes a new connection to the Master, and populates the System list with devices on your particular system.
Confirm that the panel has been properly updated to the correct firmware version. Page Setup Pages And Descriptions This section describes the Status and Protected Setup configuration pages and their specific functional elements. The configuration pages on the NXD and NXD are different than those of previous AMX touch panels, and necessary information may be displayed in different categories than before.
Reading this section before attempting to change touch panel settings is highly recommended. Page Audio Plays a default sound when touching an active button. Button Miss: Plays a default sound when touching a non-active button or any area outside of the active button. Back: Returns to the previously active touch panel page. Page Panel Information Displays the pixel width being used to display the incoming signal on the Modero panel.
Screen Height: Displays the pixel height being used to display the incoming signal on the Modero panel. Refer to the Protected Setup Page section on page 53 for information. This page both receives and sets the time and date of the NetLinx Master. This delay provides an additional amount of time for the user to confirm a decision. Page 64 Protected Setup Page Cont. Back: Saves any changes and returns to the previously active touch panel page. Back: Saves all changes and returns to the previous page.
Push the Refresh button on each tab. Push the Clear button. Confirm the selection. Page Connection Utility Move the panel within the network. The Connection Statistics show the current quality of the panel connection. Push Close when finished using the site survey tool. A device must first be defined in the NetLinx programming language with values for the Device: Port: System in all programming examples - Panel is used in place of these values and represents all Modero panels.
Name of the page the popup is displayed page. Page Ppa Syntax: all pages. Name of the popup page. Name of the page the popup is displayed On. Fonts must be imported into a TPDesign4 project file. Page Bim Copies the OFF state border, font, Text, bitmap, icon, fill color and text color of the button with a variable text address of onto the OFF state border, font, Text, bitmap, icon, fill color and text color of the button with a variable text address of The border style is available through the TPDesign4 border-style drop-down list.
Page Button Query Commands string encode button text length These fields are populated differently for each query command. The text length String Encode field is not used in any command. Page Setup Popup the virtual keyboard. The only exception to this is the inclusion of special escape sequences and in the case of FTP protocol, regular expres- sions.
Page Troubleshooting System Tray. TPDesign4 applications. Page "Mid Range Fallout" problem. XX firmware. Visit the www. Page "graphics hierarchy" errors, etc. Page Input Mask Ranges Example 1: If typing "" into a field accepting , then the values displayed will be "1", "12", "25". The image on that host machine is given an assignment name by the program of company-info-home. This manual is also suitable for: Nxdp Nxd Print page 1 Print document pages. Cancel Delete. Sign In OR.
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AMX NXD-430-WH FG2262-02 Data Sheet
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