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Introductionto Integration

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Day1
Reviewofonlinematerial SoftwareVerification ThinkingLogically PlanningforSuccess SystemDesign NetworksandWiring Toolbox lb li live ProgrammingwithComposerSoftware
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Day2
ProgrammingwithComposerSoftware Modifying y ginSystem y Builder ProgressCheck ConditionalStatements VariableDevices(Howtomakesmallerpanelprojects) Automationwithnouserinput Video id Switching i hi in i SystemBuilder ild SharinginformationbetweenProcessors
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Day3

Progress g Check UsingCrestronmodulesfromthewebsite. FinalPractical&WrittenExams

Review Rev ew
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Software Verification
M t I t ll /Toolbox T lb Master Installer
OpenToolbox CheckTooliconsonthetoptoolbar.

OpenMasterInstaller Checkforallgreencheckmarks? Run,ifneeded.

Thinking Logically

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ThinkingLogically
Algorithm: anorderedsequenceof unambiguous bi and dwell lldefined d fi dinstructions i t ti thatperformssometaskandhaltsinfinite time Pseudocode:isacompactandinformalhigh leveldescriptionofaanalgorithmthatuses thestructuralconventionsofaprogramming language,butisintendedforhumanreading ratherthanmachinereading.

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Algorithm
well defined instructions an ordered sequence of unambiguous and well-defined that performs some task and halts in finite time

anorderedsequence meansthatyoucan numberthesteps(it'ssocksthenshoes!) unambiguousandwelldefinedinstructions meansthateachinstructionisclear,doable, andcanbedonewithoutdifficulty performssometask haltsinfinitetime(algorithmsterminate!)

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Algorithm
Three Categories of Algorithmic Operations

sequentialoperations instructionsare executedinorder conditional ( ("question questionasking asking") )operations a controlstructurethatasksatrue/false questionandthenselectsthenextinstruction basedontheanswer iterativeoperations(loops) acontrol structurethatrepeatstheexecutionofablock ofinstructions
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ThinkingLogically
Pastaforsix boil1quartsalty water stirinthepasta cookonmedium untilaldente serve
getasaucepan fillitwithwater addsalt putitonthestove turnontohigh wait ituntil tilitboils b il
gotothekitchen sink placethepanunder thefaucet turnonthewater whenthewater levelisclosetothe topofthepan,turn offthewater

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Input Process Output


Input Isthetermdenotingeitheranentranceorchanges
whichactivateormodifyaprocess.

Process P Typicallydescribestheactoftakingsomething
throughanestablishedandusuallyroutinesetofprocedures toconvertitfromoneformtoanother.

Output Isthetermdenotingeitheranexitorchanges
whichoccurasaresultofaprocess.

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Meetwith Customer

Determine Needs

Design System

Verify Design

Identify Problems

Input Process OutputModel

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Planning gForSuccess
Therightstepswillleadtosuccessandasuccessfulprojectwill leadtomorereferrals ObtainingInformation ManagingExpectations ProjectPlanning
BestPractices GearSelection SetInstallationExpectations p

Implementation

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Obtaining gInformation

Obtaining gInformation
Ask,AskandAsksomemore Whatequipment q p must bereused?
Specialfeatures? Canyoureplacethesamefeatures, affordablyandgivethecustomerabetter experience?

Whattypesofsystemshavetheyused before?
Whatdidtheylikeaboutit? Whatdidnttheylikeaboutit?

Arethereany yspecial p featuresthey yare lookingforthatyoushouldbeawareof? Askadvantagespecificleadingquestions


Ifitwereeasy, easy wouldyouwantto? to ? Wouldyouusethesystemmoreoftenif?
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Obtaining gInformation
Whyaskallthesequestions?
QuestionType Mainuser? Household lifestyle? Whatittellsus Equipment? Most oftheobjectionswillnotcomefromthisperson. Mostofthefeaturesneedtobegearedtowardwhatthispersonenjoysandwhereitisenjoyed. Whichareas arethemostimportanttothisspecifichouseholdandwhy. Experience featuresthatareofvaluetothisspecifichousehold:partymode,allroomsoff, remoteaccess,eControl,etc. Featurestoofferinthemainquoteandfeaturesfortheupgradequote. Wheretoplacethebudgetemphasis;audioquality,videoquality,easeofuse,numberofglobal sources,multizoneaudioquality,interiordesignaspects,etc. Customers wanttoreusethings,sometimesforrationalreasonsandsometimesnot. Canitbereplacedwithaunitthatwillbeeasierforyoutointegrateandgiveabetter experience? p Things othergearhasdonethattheyenjoyed repeatthattypeofexperience. Moreimportantly,findoutaboutwhattheydidntlikeandmakesurenottorepeatthat experience.

Previous Experiences?

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Obtaining gInformation
Walkthroughchecklist,whatyoudoeveryday Whatequipment q p must beused? Whatdriversareavailable? Wherewillthegearbelocated? Howwillthewiresberun? Doyouneedtohirealicensedelectrician? Whatloadswillbeattachedtodimmersorswitches? WhattypeofHVACsystemdoesthethermostatcontrol? WhatdoestheRFenvironmentlooklike? DoIhaveenough g headroominthesystem y forexpansion? p

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Obtaining gInformation
ProgrammingDesignKit Howtog getstarted Conceptsofdesigningasystem Questionstoasktheenduser

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Managing g gExpectations p
Systemexpectationsforyouandyourclient Predefinehowy youwillp present thesystem Describehowthecustomerwill usethesystemwithinthe lifestyletheyexpressed Focusoncurrentsystem capabilities Informthecustomerofany required q timelines Identifyaprojectcompletion dateorpossibledate

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Project j Planning g
Definewhereyouare,whereyouregoing,andthebestwayto getthere BestPractices
RF/Meshnetwork Firmware Wiring

SetExpectations
Createascopeofwork Mapeveryproject,starttofinish Settimelines

Test Deliver
Install Demonstrate Retrievecustomersignoff
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BestPractices RF
Nomatterwhereyouaregoing,installationbestpracticesare fundamentalkeystosuccess ManyofthedevicesinProdigy areRFdevices TheBestPracticesforInstallation andSetupofCrestronRFDevices willhelppreventmanyRFissues f from arising. ii

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BestPractices RF
Installationpositioningtipsandmuchmore

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MeshNetworkTechnology gy
Everydeviceactsasarepeater,providingmultipleredundant signalpathsforconsistentsignalstrengthandstabilityforthe entirenetwork

BestPractices RF
ConductingaSiteSurvey
WiSpy pyisanRFspectrum p analyzerbuiltintoasmallUSB donglethatplugsintoPCs Itdetectstheinterferencelevels acrossthe2.4GHzband Twoversionsavailableshown: WiSpyandWiSpy2.4x Availablefromonlineretailers LookforWiFi Analyzer y applicationforyoursmart phone.

TheresanApp forthat!

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BestPractices RF
Afiveminutereadingcanreducehoursoftroubleshooting callsinthefuture

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Setting gExpectations p
Definingascopeofworkgivesthecustomeranunderstanding ofwhattheyarepayingforandidentifiesyourresponsibilities Thescopeofworkisadocumentwrittenwithoutindustry jargonandterminologythatdefinesthequote
As simple p edesc description pt o o ofthe t eproject p oject Thecustomershouldbeabletorelaythescopetotheirfriendsand family

Help pthecustomerbemorecomfortablediscussing gtheir systemandmakingreferrals


Peoplearemorelikelytotalkaboutthingstheyenjoyandunderstand Getting g y yoursystems y talkedaboutp positively yistheq quickestway yto morereferrals

Discussfeaturesthatwillnot beincludedtoreduceconfusion

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Setting gExpectations p
Awellwrittenscopewithasignatureexplainstothecustomer whentheprojectiscomplete

Asignoffonthescopeputstheexpectationsinwriting Closethedooronfreechangeorders Avoidfreeservicecalls LeavetheUserGuideasasystemusermanual. Createamaterialsymbolthattheprojectiscomplete

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Setting gExpectations p
Thedocumentsgeneratedfromwithinthecomposerwill catalogthebillofmaterialsandconnections

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Test
Testthesystempriortodeliveringtheproject Beforeg going gtothesite, ,buildthesystem y iny yourshop p CheckthedocumentationgeneratedinComposertomake sureyouhavethecorrectCrestrongearandhavelandedthe devicesinthecorrectlocations Loadtheproject,fullytest,andcreate atestplanforthejobsite Itiseasiertotestinyouroffice,than onsiteinfrontofyourcustomer Properly p ylabelalltheconnections Preparethedocumentationtotake withyoutothesite

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Deliver
Gotothejobwithawrittenscopeofworkanddocumentation: install,demonstrate,andretrieveasignoff Usethetestplancreatedearliertotestandvalidatesystem functionality Ifyoufullytestedthesysteminyourshoppreviously, previously itwillbe easiertoidentifywiringissues,orotheritems. Havethecustomergothroughthesystemwithyouandon th i ownt their toensureth theyk knowhow h t touseth thesystem t Makesurethecustomeriscontentandagreesthatthesystem hasbeendeliveredaspromised Obtainasignoffthatthesystemiscomplete
Immediately Afterabreakinperiod(30Days)

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SystemDesign

VS

Martini, C Conversation ti andabarNapkin

Professional Design

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SystemDesign Venues
Residential Corporate Government Hospitality p y Transportation EventCenters HealthCare HousesofWorship Broadcast Educational

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SystemDesign Types
AdHoc IsaLatinphrasewhich,literally,means"Forthis".It
generally ll signifies f asolution l designed d dfor f aspecific f problem bl or task,nongeneralizable,andwhichcannotbeadaptedtoother purposes.

Design Typicallydescribesaplanfortheconstructionofan
object.

CookieCutter Isdefinedasa"lackoforiginalityor
distinction ,areferencetotheuniformitythatresultsfromthe distinction", useofacookiecutter.

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SystemDesign AdHoc
dHoc,while h l requiringl l thought h h upf Ad little front,can becomedisastrous,ifnotdonecorrectly.
Withoutaclearunderstandingofthecustomerswants andneeds,itwillbeveryhardtomeetthoseneeds. Opens p thedoorforthecustomertosay yJoesaidIcould havethiswhileyouarehere.WhileJoemayhavesaid thecustomercould haveit,hemaynothavesaidthatthe customercouldhaveitforthesameprice. price Servicecouldbecomedifficultforanyonebutthe installer(andsometimesforthemtoo)since,ifthe drawingsweredoneafterthejobwascomplete,each personwillhavefigureouthowitsallconnectedand howitworks.
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SystemDesign CustomDesign
CustomDesign,whiletakingmoretimeupfront,will helpeliminatequestionsduringinstallation
Customersneedshavebeendefinedandcanbemet.
Workwiththecustomertodifferentiatebetweenneedandwant want. Justbecausewecan,doesnotmeanweshould.(Motors/Fire)

Eliminatesquestionsonceonsite. Service S i is i easier i since i the th original i i ld designs i areavailable. il bl NOTE:Evenwithap preDesigned g system, y ,AsBuiltdrawings g shouldbecompletedoncethejobhasbeensignedoff.

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SystemDesign CookieCutter

TheCookieCutteristheeasiestandcanbethe mostcosteffective.
Designisalreadydonebeforetalkingtothecustomer. Equipmentcanbebulkorderedsavingtimeandmoney. Requires i the h ability bili tosell llthe h customeronyoursystem. Maynotmeetthewants/needsofthecustomer.

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SystemDesign OneOff
TheOneOffdesignstartswithaCookieCutterdesign th tis that i then th customized t i dfor f i individual di id lcustomers. t
Mostofthedesignisalreadydonebeforetalkingtothe cus o e customer. Canbedesignedwithprescribedoptionssocustomer canorderalacarte. Equipmentcanbebulkorderedsavingtimeandmoney. Allowsflexibility. Better B tt able bl to t meet tthe th wants/needs t / d of fthe th customer. t

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SystemDesign

WhatistheInput fortheSystemDesign? WhatistheProcess duringtheSystemDesign? WhatistheOutputofSystemDesign?

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Networks & Wiring

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ControlMethods/Networks
Wired
RS232/422/485 Relay I/O IP DM Cresnet C

Wireless
infinetEX WiFi IR

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Wired Control Methods

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ControlMethods RS232/422/485

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ControlMethods RS232/422/485
PIN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 DIRECTION ToCrestron FromCrestron Ground DESCRIPTION (RXD)RS232ReceiveData (TXD)RS233TransmitData RS232SignalCommon *(RTS)RS232RequesttoSend,Onlyuseif selectedinSimplWindowsprogram. *(CTS)RS232CleartoSend, Send Onlyuseif selectedinSimplWindowsprogram.

FromCrestron ToCrestron

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ControlMethods RS232/422/485
PIN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 FromCrestron (TXD)RS422TransmitData(Idleslow) DIRECTION ToCrestron DESCRIPTION (RXD)RS422ReceiveData(IdlesLow)

FromCrestron Ground ToCrestron

(TXD+)RS422TransmitData(Idleshigh) RS422SignalCommon (RXD+)RS422ReceiveData(Idleshigh)

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ControlMethods RS232/422/485
Com (DB9) Connector DIRECTION DESCRIPTION

Tie Pins 1 & 9 together

BiDirectional

RS485

Tie Pins 4 & 6 together

BiDirectional

RS485 +

Pin 5

Ground

RS485Signal Ground

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ControlMethods Relay

RELAY OU OUTPUT U 1-8 8: (2) 8-pin 3.5mm detachable terminal blocks comprising (8) normally open, isolated relays; Rated 1 Amp, 30 Volts AC/DC; MOV ( (metal oxide varistor) ) arc suppression pp across contacts

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ControlMethods I/O
9pin i 3 3.5mm 5 d detachable t h bl t terminal i lbl block kcomprising i i (8)di digital it l input/outputoranaloginputports(referencedtoGND); DigitalInput: Ratedfor024VoltsDC,inputimpedance20kohms,logicthreshold 1.24VoltsDC; DigitalOutput: 250mAsinkfrommaximum24VoltsDC,catchdiodesforusewith realworldloads; AnalogInput: Ratedfor010VoltsDC,protectedto24VoltsDCmaximum,input impedance20kohms;
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Wireless Control Method

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InfraRed(IR)

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ControlNetworks IR

Infrared(IR)lightiselectromagneticradiationwitha wavelengthbetween0.7and300micrometers,whichequates toafrequencyrangebetweenapproximately1and430THz IRwavelengthsarelongerthanthatofvisiblelight,butshorter thanthatofterahertzradiationmicrowaves.Brightsunlight providesanirradianceofjustover1 kilowattpersquaremeter atsealevel.Ofthisenergy,527wattsisinfraredradiation, becauseofthis,sunlightcancauseinterferencewithIR t transmission. i i

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Wired Control Networks

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TCP/IP (IP)

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ControlNetworks IP

8 8-wire e RJ45 J 5 with t 2 LED indicators; d cato s; 10/100BaseT 0/ 00 ase Ethernet t e et po port; t; Green LED indicates link status; Yellow LED indicates Ethernet activity

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ControlNetworks IP

VS

TheTIA/EIA568Astandardwhichwasratifiedin1995,wasreplacedby theTIA/EIA / 568Bstandardin2002 andhasbeenupdatedsince. BothstandardsdefinetheT568AandT568Bpinoutsforusing UnshieldedTwistedPaircableandRJ45connectorsforEthernet connectivity. connectivity Thestandardsandpinoutspecificationappeartoberelatedand interchangeable,butarenotthesameandshouldnotbeused interchangeably. interchangeably

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ControlNetworks IP

AgoodwayofrememberinghowtowireaCrossoverEthernetcableisto wireoneendusingtheT568AstandardandtheotherendusingtheT 568Bstandard.Anotherway yofremembering gthecolorcoding gistosimply p y switchtheGreensetofwiresinplacewiththeOrangesetofwires. Specifically,switchthesolidGreen(G)withthesolidOrange,andswitch thegreen/whitewiththeorange/white.

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ControlNetworks IP
That'sit! UseaCATtestertotestforcontinuityandyourcableiscomplete.
PIN# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 WireColor White/Orange Orange White/Green Bl Blue White/Blue Green White/Brown Brown 568BColorCode

Note:Ifthecabledoesnottestpositiveforcontinuitycuttheconnectoroffand startover.

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ControlNetworks IP
Nowthat Iknowwhatanethernetcableis, whatelsedoIneedtoknowaboutsettingup anetwork?

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ControlNetworks IP
Terminologies Network: isanycollectionofindependentcomputers,printers,and
peripheraldevicesthatareconnectedbycables.Anetworkincorporating eControlwillalsotypicallyincludeconnectedCrestroncontrolsystems, networkcontrolmodules,andtouchpanelsthatcontrolAV,lighting,and otherequipment.

Node:isadevicethatisconnectedtothenetwork.Networkscanhave
tens,thousands,orevenmillionsofnodes.

LocalAreaNetworks(LANs):areusuallyconfinedtoageographic
area,suchasasinglebuildingoracollegecampus.LANscanbesmall, linkingasfewastwoorthreecomputers,butoftencanlinkhundredsof p usedby ythousandsofp people. p computers

WideAreaNetworks(WANs):suchastheInternetcombine
multipleLANsthataregeographicallyseparate.

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ControlNetworks IP
IdentifyingaDevice ontheNetworkorAddressing Addressing
StaticIPaddress TheIPaddress, address subnetmask, mask defaultrouter, router etc. etc aresetin thedevice. Isrecommendedfordevicesthatarealwayson. q toHostawebsite. Isrequired DoesnotrequireaDHCPservertobeused.(Dynamic HostConfigurationProtocol) DynamicIPaddress The Th IPaddress, dd subnet b mask, k default d f l router,etc.areissued i d uponconnectionofthedeviceandremovedwhenthat deviceisloggedoff. gperiods p of Usedforusersthatarenotconnectedforlong time. Administrationcanbehandledfromacentrallocationso requireslimitedornoonsitetimebyITprofessionals. RequiresDHCPservertoissueIPaddress. address
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ControlNetworks IP
WhatisanIPAddress??
Itisa32bitnumberthatdefinestheexactlocation,andthe device. device 192.168.1.100

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ControlNetworks IP
WhatisaSubnet??
Asubnet isarangeoflogicaladdresseswithintheaddress spacethatisassignedtoanorganization Forexample, example supposeahomenetworkconsistsofcomputers namedFoo andBar,connectedtoarouter,andthenviaa cablemodemtotheinternet.Thehomenetworkisconfigured asasubnet.Address192.168.1.100isassignedtoFoo,and 192.168.1.101toBar.Thesubnethasbeenconfiguredsothat thefirstthreebytesofitsmembers'addressesareallthe samesubnetid,192.168.1,andthisfactisexpressedbythe subnetmask255.255.255.0

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ControlNetworks IP
b Mask kExplained l i d Subnet
(wellkindof) Foo Bar Subnet Mask Res lts Results 192 192 255
AllOthers Masked

168 168 255


AllOthers Masked

1 1 255
AllOthers Masked

100 101 0
Nothing g Masked

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ControlNetworks IP
WhatisaDefaultGatewayorRouter?
Adefaultgatewayisanode(arouter)onacomputer networkthatservesasanaccesspointtoanother network. Thedefaultg gateway yaddressisusually yaninterface belongingtotheLAN'sborderrouter. Inotherwords,itisanentrypointandanexitpointina network. network

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ControlNetworks IP
WhatareControlPorts?
TheInternetAssignedNumbersAuthority(IANA)isresponsiblefortheglobalcoordinationoftheControlPortnumbers.

ThinkofIPaddressesasthestreetaddressofanapartmentbuilding, andthecontrolportnumberasthenumberofaparticular apartmentwithinthatbuilding.


AllIPCommunicationsuseaControlPort.

Port
21 23 25 53 80 110 151 41794 41795

Name
FTP Telnet SMTP DNS HTTP POP3 SNMP CIP CTP

Purpose
FiletransferProtocol ComputerCommunication SimpleMailTransferProtocol DomainNameSystem HypertextTransferProtocol PostOfficeProtocol SimpleNetworkManagementProtocol CrestronInternet Protocol (CrestrontoCrestron) CrestronTerminalProtocol (PCto Crestron)

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NetworkingwithCrestron
IP IDs EachEthernetdevicehasitsownIPID 252DeviceIDscanbeontheIPNetwork Device De iceconnectionsaremanagedintheIP Table

NetworkingwithCrestron
IPTable
Listofethernetconnections Hastwoparts
IPID mapsthe th device d i onth thenetwork t kt toth thedevice d i in i the th program IPAddress mapstothedevicethatwillmanagetheconnection
Crestrondevices CNXGatewaylocation 3rd Partydevices ethernetServer/Client(usuallytheotherdevice)

NetworkingwithCrestron
The 1st generation of Crestron etherent card (CN-ENET) was no more than a NIC
(Network Interface Card).

The network was configured with software, software called the CNXGateway, running on a computer on the network. The program in the control system defined an ethernet interface (much like a touchpanel on the Cresnet) that pointed to the software. For a computer on the network to access the control system, it would also point to the CNXGateway software. The CNXGateway provides the interpretation from TCP/IP to CIP (Crestron
Internet Protocol).

NetworkingwithCrestron
Beginning with the second generation of Crestron etherent card (CN-ENET+), the CNXGateway was placed on the card. The program in the control system still defines an interface that points to the software but since the software now resides on the processor, processor the program needs to point to the processors own etherent card. Address 127.0.0.1 can be used in place of the processor address as it is a universal l loopback b k address. dd For a computer on the network to access the control system, it still points to the CNXGateway software (now on the processor).

NetworkingwithCrestron
AnexampleofaCrestronInterface
IPID
03

IP Address
192.168.1.101 CEN-TRACK

IPID
03 04

IP Address
127.0.0.1 127.0.0.1 Processor

192.168.1.102

04

192.168.1.101 CEN-iDOC

192.168.1.101

192.168.1.103

Switch

NetworkingwithCrestron
AnexampleofaCrestronInterface
IPID
05

IP Address
192.168.1.101 WiFi Panel

IPID
05 06

IP Address
127.0.0.1 127.0.0.1 Processor

WAP 192.168.1.104 192.168.1.101

06

192.168.1.101

Touchpanel Switch 192.168.1.105

NetworkingwithCrestron
AnexampleofaCrestronIntersystemnetwork

IPID
07

IP Address
192.168.1.101

IPID
07

IP Address
192.168.1.102

Processor 192.168.1.102 Switch

Processor 192.168.1.101

AnexampleofaCrestronRemoteNetwork IPID
08

IP Address
64.23.10.101

IPID
08

IP Address
192.168.1.101

WAN
Processor

XPanel

External Network
Ports to forward WEB Pages Control ToolBox 80 41794 41795

Router 192.168.1.101

Internal Network
Switch

Cresnet

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ControlNetworks Cresnet

4pin5mmdetachableterminalblock

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ControlNetworks Cresnet

LikeThis
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ControlNetworks Cresnet

AndThis This
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ControlNetworks Cresnet

this Orthis
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ControlNetworks Cresnet

this Orthis
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ControlNetworks Cresnet
Large Diameter Small Diameter

Wire Stripper

Wire Stripper

Wire Cutter

UseTheCorrectTool

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ControlNetworks Cresnet

HowIsItDone?
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ControlNetworks Cresnet

length CuttheWiretolength
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ControlNetworks Cresnet

Jacket StriptheOuterJacket
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ControlNetworks Cresnet

StriptheOuterJacket
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ControlNetworks Cresnet

Wires FanoutWires
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ControlNetworks Cresnet
Forlongruns,donot removethedrain.Itshould beconnectedattheend where h powerissupplied l d andleftfloatingonthe otherend.

trash Twistthetrash
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ControlNetworks Cresnet

trash Cutoffthetrash
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ControlNetworks Cresnet

Wires StriptheWires
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ControlNetworks Cresnet

WiresStrippedandTwisted Twisted
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ControlNetworks Cresnet

ConnectRed&BlackWires Wires
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ControlNetworks Cresnet

ConnectRed&BlackWires Wires
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ControlNetworks Cresnet

AddtheWhite&BlueWires Wires
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CableTerminations
Thereareonlinevideosavailabletoshowyou howtoterminateCrestronsDMcopperand DMfiber

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Wireless Control Networks

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WirelessEthernet(WiFi)

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ControlNetworks WiFi
802.11 802 11Channels
Whatfrequency? Howmany ychannelsarethere?
2.417GHz 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2.447GHz 11 12 13 14

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ControlNetworks WiFi
SSID( (ServiceSetIdentifier) )
IdentifiesawirelessLANwithaname thatcanbeupto32charactersin length. g Thisnameisgenerallybroadcasttoall wirelessdevicewithinrange. UseWiSpytofindallnetworks

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