DXLink 4K60 Transmitter Firmware v1.7.6

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Last Updated: Jan 26, 2022

Release Notes

Product: DX-TX-4K60
Description: DXLink 4K60 HDMI Transmitter Module

FG#: FG1010-312-01
FG1010-312-02 (TAA)

File Name: SW1010-312-0X_DX-TX-4K60_v1_7_6
Release Date: 12/28/2021
Firmware Version: v1.7.6

1. Prerequisites
2. Features added in this release
3. Fixes in this release:
4. Known Issues
5. Programming Information
6. Notable Points

1. Prerequisites

- Directly connected DX-RX-4K60 v1.6.7 (or later)
- Enova DGX 800/1600/3200/6400 Switcher FW v3.8.13 (or later)
- Enova DVX-2265-4K/DVX-3266-4K Switcher FW v1.9.4 (or later)
- Enova DGX 100 Series & DVX 4K Series Controller FW v1.6.200 or v1.8.90 (or later)
- NetLinx Studio v4.3.1519 (or later)

2. Features added in this release:
- None

3. Fixes in this release:

- Fixed issue that could cause TX/RX to go offline or not come back online after reboot or upgrade
- Improved Set Connection to allow changing ICSP Port Number and use URL hostname (Note: Don't use "-" in hostname)
- Improved ICSP LED-DIS/LED-EN function to match legacy AMX endpoint
- Improved IR function, added support to upload IR HEX Code for IR Local control by User on Standalone WebGUI
- Added ICSP commands "LOG_RTC-YYYY/MM/DD hh:mm:ss" / "?LOG_RTC"to set/get real time clock
- Corrected issue where TX does not report Audio Word length of 24-bits
- Fixed issue where TX misreports connection type after changing from static setup to Auto-Setup
- Resolve issue where some input port display NO Connection of TX on WebGUI but video can pass to downstream

Fixed in previous release v1.7.1
- Fixed some reporting issues on WebGUI Scaling Resolution and Video Output Details
- Improved how RX WebGUI pages are refreshed when connection mode changes
- Fixed issue where sending RXCLR would require reboot to send other commands
- Corrected a 4K to 2K switching issue that sometimes resulted in a blue screen
- Fixed problem where DVI HDCP1.4 signal through TX-RX pair results in snow after hotplug of HDMI cable
- Improved ID button functionality to match expected results as outlined in manual

Fixed in previous release v1.6.7
- Improved handling of HDCP content to prevent instability during switching or failed authentication
- Corrected networking/transport issues causing endpoints to drop offline or be offline on boot
- Improved scaler performance and reporting of proper formats in Web Interface
- Fixed binding and device addressing issues
- Improved switching performance and stability when connected to DVX or DGX
- Improved downstream stability when source is switched upstream in point to point scenario
- Fixed Web Interface and Video Details reporting issue for TX when no video present
- Corrected TX EDID issue on boot presenting wrong EDID
- Restored correct content/blank/logo after disabling Testpattern
- Fixed audio details or encoding reporting errors
- Improved video details reporting in Web Interface when no signal present
- Corrected serial strings to be sent with proper as Hex format
- Fixed issue preventing TX to pass DVI signals to switcher

4. Known Issues
- None

5. Programming Information
- These devices can be updated using a VNM (Virtual Netlinx Controller)
but the update will go much faster if you can connect to a physical
Netlinx controller. VNM update could take up to 2 hours but
using a physical controller should take less than an hour.

6. Notable Points
- PLEASE READ the Quick Start Guide in regard to the DIP switches located
on the DXLink 4K60 Transmiter before attempting to connect to the network.

- These units have a web interface that is accessible by entering
the URL of the device into a web browser. This may indicate there
is a certificate error, but you can select the Advanced option at
the bottom and proceed to the page. A new certificate can be loaded
via the web interface.

- This web interface is only available when connected to a DXLink 4K60 Receiver.
It is disabled when connected to other endpoint devices or a switcher.

- This device has a default static IP: when it isn't assigned a dynamic IP
by DHCP server or auto-setup porcess.

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