Manual zz. NXDi Specifications Cont. The Ethernet port automatically negotiates the connection speed 10 Mbps or Mbps , and whether to use half duplex or full duplex mode. The connector is also used for providing audio output for external speakers. The NXDi supports Intercom functionality, which allows two communicating panels controlled by the NetLinx Master to transmit full-duplex audio signals over a network in order to be used as an Intercom system. This button is also user-programmable.
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Manual zz. NXDi Specifications Cont. The Ethernet port automatically negotiates the connection speed 10 Mbps or Mbps , and whether to use half duplex or full duplex mode. The connector is also used for providing audio output for external speakers. The NXDi supports Intercom functionality, which allows two communicating panels controlled by the NetLinx Master to transmit full-duplex audio signals over a network in order to be used as an Intercom system.
This button is also user-programmable. The mini-USB port is used both for programming the touch panel and for audio output. The mini-USB port automatically detects the presence of a headphone adaptor, allowing the port to be used for headphone connectivity. Front Bezel Button The NXDi has only one button on the front of the device, in the center of the button trim ring.
Carefully remove the panel from the shipping box, peel the protective plastic cover from the LCD, and apply power to the panel via the PoE Injector.
From below the LCD, press the Front Bezel button for 9 seconds passing over the Setup page to access the Calibration setup page and follow the on-screen instructions to return to the main Setup page. Press the on-screen Protected Setup button on the Setup page. Enter the panel password into the on-screen keypad default is Press the Device Number field to open the on-screen Device Number keypad and enter a value for the panel default is Press the System Connection button to open the System Connection page.
Toggle the Type field to Ethernet. Toggle the Mode field to URL. Enter a valid Username and Password if the target Master is secured. Press the Back button and then press the on-screen Reboot button to save any changes and cycle power to the panel. The NXDi can be installed either directly into the optional CB-TP5I Rough-In Box or another solid surface environment, using either solid surface screws or the included locking tabs for different mounting options.
This back box is removed when installing the device into a wall or into a Rough-In Box. Because the device is installed against a wall, the faceplate must be removed carefully to prevent the two top prongs from being broken. To remove the faceplate: 1. Gently lift up on the faceplate from the bottom. Do NOT pull up from the sides or the top. Let the faceplate fall forward from the top of the device and let it pivot from the bottom. Remove the faceplate from the two bottom prongs and install the new trim ring as necessary.
When reattaching the faceplate to the device, make sure to align the Microphone, Light, and PIR Motion sensor locations on the device to their respective openings on the Faceplate assembly. 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. Once the locking tabs are extended and locked into place, removing the backbox may be difficult without having access to the back of the wall or causing damage to the wall.
Note: In order to guarantee a stable installation of the NXDi, the thickness of the wall material must be a minimum of. Applying excessive torque while tightening the tab screws, such as with powered screwdrivers, can strip out the locking tabs or damage the plastic back box. Prepare the area by removing any screws or nails from the drywall before beginning the cutout process. Cut out the surface for the back box. This action provides the installer with a margin for error if the opening needs to be expanded.
Too little wall material removed is always better than too much. Gently unscrew the two screws attaching the NXDi to its back box. These are at the bottom of the device, underneath the touch screen. Carefully remove the NXDi from the back box. While adjusting the LCD is possible, it is not required in most cases. Thread the incoming Ethernet and mini-USB wiring if mini-USB access is desired from their terminal locations through the surface opening.
Leave enough slack in the wiring to accommodate any re-positioning of the panel. Push the back box into the wall opening. Insure that the locking tabs lie flush against the back box. Extend the locking tabs on the sides of the back box by tightening the screws inside the box until snug. Not all of the tabs must be extended to lock the back box in place, but extending a minimum of the top and bottom tabs is highly recommended.
Apply enough pressure to the screw head to keep the box flush with the wall: this ensures that the locking tabs will tighten up against the inside of the wall. The back box is clear to allow visual confirmation that the tabs have been extended and are gripping the wall, as well as in assisting with removal if necessary 8. Insert both connectors into their corresponding locations along the left side of the NXDi touch panel.
Test the incoming wiring by attaching the panel connections to their terminal locations and applying power via the PoE Injector. Verify that the panel is receiving power and functioning properly to prevent repetition of the installation. NOTE: Do not disconnect the connectors from the touch panel. The unit must be installed with the attached connectors before being inserted into the drywall. Insert the NXDi back into the back box. The microphone cable is taped to the back box.
Connect the microphone cable to its connector, making sure that the cable does not interfere with reattachment of the Faceplate. Carefully replace the two Plastite screws holding the device to the back box.
Installing the NXDi into a Flat Surface using 4 screws Three 4 mounting screws not included are secured through circular holes located at the left and right sides of the NXDi. The most important thing to remember when mounting the NXDi is that the outer frame Mounting Tabs must be installed flush against the mounting surface. Prepare the area by removing any screws or nails from the surface before beginning the cutout process. Cut out the surface for the NXDi. Gently unscrew the lower right-hand screw attaching the NXDi to its back box.
Gently remove the NXDi from the back box. Thread the incoming Ethernet and USB wiring from their terminal sources through the surface opening. The unit must be installed with the necessary connectors before being inserted into the solid surface.
Carefully slide the main unit into the cutout until the Mounting Tabs of the NXDi lie flush against the wall. Insert and secure three 4 Mounting Screws not included into the corresponding holes located along the sides of the NXDi, using a grounded Phillips-head screwdriver, until the unit is secure and flush against the wall. All rights reserved. AMX reserves the right to alter specifications without notice at any time. Authorized MSRP. Current Price List.
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Toggle navigation. Sharpdog Junior Member Posts: 7. I work in higher education and trying to explain to administrators why the new equipment cannot function as well as the older equipment when their seemingly reasonable expectation is that technologies are supposed to be getting better, not worse, is a tough sell. I also miss the six front panel buttons, and while I think PoE is a great idea, I'd like to also be able to power it directly. I do like the new swing out mounting clips. May
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