About the GTm 5140 codec
Installing GTm 5140Last updated October 20, 2017
The figure below shows the connectors on the rear of the GTm 5140 codec.
The table below describes the connectors:
|Power||A DC +19V power connector. The codec automatically adjusts to the supply voltage. Use the supplied power cable to connect the codec to the power. Connect all other cables before connecting the power|
|Screen 1||Mini display connectors. These connectors output video (1080p60 only) to screen one|
|Network||10/100/1000 Mbit/s auto-sensing Ethernet port. Connect to the network|
|Microphone||USB connector. Connect a StarLeaf microphone|
|Screen 2||Mini display connectors. These connectors output video (1080p60 only) to screen two|
|USB 2.0||USB 2.0 connectors. If you are using a static USB camera, connect it to one of these USB 2.0 connectors|
|Camera (USB 3.0)||USB 3.0 connector. If you are using a PTZ USB camera, connect the camera cable to the USB 3.0 connector|
Your telepresence screens can be connected to either of the mini display ports, regardless of whether you are using one or two screens.
There are Power and Status LEDs on the front of the codec. LED behavior is described in GTm 5140 LED behavior.
The GTm 5140 is designed so that it doesn’t need to be rack mounted. However, it can be wall mounted or mounted to the back of your telepresence screen.
|Width||150 mm||5.9 in|
|Depth||152 mm||5.98 in|
|Height||57 mm||2.24 in|