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INSTRUCTION MANUAL 

MODEL : SB-5544LCM

4x4 AUDIO-VIDEO MATRIX SWITCHER 

4x4 AUDIO-VIDEO MATRIX SWITCHER

 

Composite Video-Stereo Audio Matrix Switcher Series

Thank you for purchasing the SB-5544LCM 4x4 Composite Video-Audio Matrix Switcher. You will fi nd this unit 
easy to install and highly reliable but it is essential that you read this manual thoroughly before attempting to use 
4x4 Composite Video and Audio Matrix Switcher.

M U LT I M E D I A  A U D I O   A N D   V I S U A L

 


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SAFETY INFORMATION

1.  To ensure the best results from this product, please read this manual and all other documentation before operating your equipment. 

Retain all documentation for future reference.

2.  Follow all instructions printed on unit chassis for proper operation.

3.  To reduce the risk of fi re, do not spill water or other liquids into or on the unit, or operate the unit while standing in liquid.

4.  Make sure power outlets conform to the power requirements listed on the back of the unit. Keep unit protected from rain, water and  

excessive moisture.

5.  Do not attempt to clean the unit with chemical solvents or aerosol cleaners, as this may damage the unit. Dust with a clean dry cloth.

6.  Do not use the unit if the electrical power cord is frayed or broken. The power supply cords should be routed so that they are not 

likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords and plugs, convenience 
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the appliance.

7.  Do not force switched or external connections in any way. They should all connect easily, without needing to be forced.

8.  Always operate the unit with the AC ground wire connected to the electrical system ground. Precautions should be taken so that the 

means of grounding of a piece of equipment is not defeated.

9.  AC voltage must be correct and the same as that printed on the rear of the unit. Damage caused by connection to improper AC 

voltage is not covered by any warranty.

10.  Turn power off and disconnect unit from AC current before making connections.

11.  Never hold a power switch in the “ON” position.

12.  This unit should be installed in a cool dry place, away from sources of excessive heat, vibration, dust, moisture and cold. Do not use 

the unit near stoves, heat registers, radiators, or other heat producing devices.

13.  Do not block fan intake or exhaust ports. Do not operate equipment on a surface or in an environment which may impede the normal 

fl ow of air around the unit, such as a bed, rug, carpet, or completely enclosed rack. If the unit is used in an extremely dusty or smoky 
environment, the unit should be periodically “blown free” of foreign dust and matter.

14.  To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove the cover. There are no user serviceable parts inside. Refer all servicing to 

qualifi ed service personnel. There are no user serviceable parts inside.

15.  When moving the unit, disconnect input ports fi rst, then remove the power cable; fi nally, disconnect the interconnecting cables to 

other devices.

16.  Do not drive the inputs with a signal level greater than that required to drive equipment to full output.

17.  The equipment power cord should be unplugged from the outlet when left unused for a long period of time.

18.  Save the carton and packing material even if the equipment has arrived in good condition. Should you ever need to ship the unit, 

use only the original factory packing.

19.  Service Information Equipment should be serviced by qualifi er service personnel when:

 

 

A. The power supply cord or the plug has been damaged.

 

 

B. Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled into the equipment.

 

 

C. The equipment has been exposed to rain

 

 

D. The equipment does not appear to operate normally, or exhibits a marked change in performance

 

 

E. The equipment has been dropped, or the enclosure damaged.

THIS SAFETY INFORMATION IS OF A GENERAL NATURE AND MAY BE SUPERSEDED BY INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED WITHIN THIS MANUAL

 


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 

Please read all instructions before attempting to unpack, install or 
operate this equipment and before connecting the power supply. 
Please keep the following in mind as you unpack and install this 
equipment:

•   Always follow basic safety precautions to reduce the risk of fi re, 

electrical shock and injury to persons.

•  To prevent fi re or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain, 

moisture or install this product near water.

•   Never spill liquid of any kind on or into this product.

•   Never push an object of any kind into this product through any 

openings or empty slots in the unit, as you may damage parts 
inside the unit.

•  Do not attach the power supply cabling to building surfaces.

•  Use only the supplied power supply unit (PSU). Do not use the 

PSU if it is damaged.

•  Do not allow anything to rest on the power cabling or allow any 

weight to be placed upon it or any person walk on it.

•  To protect the unit from overheating, do not block any vents or 

openings in the unit housing that provide ventilation and allow 
for suffi cient space for air to circulate around the unit. 

DISCLAIMERS

The information in this manual has been carefully checked and 
is believed to be accurate. We assume no responsibility for any 
infringements of patents or other rights of third parties which may 
result from its use.

We assume no responsibility for any inaccuracies that may be 
contained in this document. We make no commitment to update or 
to keep current the information contained in this document.

We reserve the right to make improvements to this document and/
or product at any time and without notice.

COPYRIGHT

 

NOTICE

No part of this document may be reproduced, transmitted, 
transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or any of its part translated 
into any language or computer fi le, in any form or by any means 
— electronic, mechanical, magnetic, optical, chemical, manual, or 
otherwise — without express written permission and consent

© Copyright 1997. All Rights Reserved.

Version 1.2 MAR 2014

TRADEMARK

 

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

All products or service names mentioned in this document may 
be trademarks of the companies with which they are associated.

CONTENTS 

INTRODUCTION ..............................................................1

FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS ..................................... 2

FRONT PANEL ................................................................. 3

BACK PANEL .................................................................... 6

REMOTE CONTROL ....................................................... 7 

REMOTE PROTOCOL COMMANDS ................................ 8 

IR EXTENDER .................................................................. 9

RS-232  SERIAL  INTERFACE ..........................................  11
TYPICAL APPLICATION ................................................12

INTRODUCTION

Congratulations on your purchase of one of the most innovative 
4x4 AV (Composite Video/Audio) matrix switching product on 
the market Today. The SB-5544LCM is a true Matrix Routing 
Switcher for AV (Composite & Stereo Audio) signals. Full support 
any NTSC or PAL Composite Video & Stereo Audio system. It is 
a (4) individual Composite Video and Stereo Audio inputs with (4) 
individual Composite Video and Stereo Audio outputs. Because it 
is a matrix router, any input may be routed to any output; or the 
same input may be routed to all outputs or any combination. It 
completely eliminates the need to constantly move around video 
audio input and output cables. The SB-5544LCM is useful for 
Matrix signals from Composite Video and stereo audio source 
devices (such as: VCRs, Camcorders, Video Game Consoles, 
Video CDs, DVDs, Satellite Receivers, CAT5 Set Top Boxes, etc.) 
To Composite Video/Audio destination devices (such as: LCD TV, 
HDTV, Plasma displays, Projectors, etc.). Selection of inputs is 
made via the Front Panel push buttons or an Infrared Remote 
Control unit or RS-232 control by computer.

PACKAGE CONTENTS

Check that you have the following components;

• SB-5544LCM Switcher
•  IR remote controller (SW-5544LCM)
•  19-inch ear mount bracket (Part # 1U-440 L)
•  IR extender SB-100 receiver (300M length)
•  IR extender SB-100C receiver (2M length)
• RS-232 Cable
•  CD contents: Windows GUI
•  RS-232 operation manual (V2.0)
• Users Guide 
•  Power Supply: 12VDC, 2A Universal Type 50/60Hz, 100~240 VAC

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FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS

FEATURES

•  Support 4x Inputs To 4x Outputs Matrix Switcher.
•  Video Audio signals support Composite Video and Stereo Audio (AR/AL)
•  High Bandwidth Video 450MHz each Composite Video ports.
•  Support IR remote and IR External, front panel and RS-232 serial interface protocol Controls.
•  Compatible NTSC or PAL TV Video systems.
•  RS-232 control via a PC Drive compatible PC win-98/2000/XP.
•  Various User Interface control :

•  Attached Window based control software for Desktop or NB control via RS-232 port.
•  The Front Panel button via manual control.
•  IR remote control or IR external to control Switcher

•  Support desktop with 19 inch 1RU Rack mount pack.
•  Power supply use Universal Type Switch AC 100~240VAC, Frequency 50/60Hz 

SPECIFICATIONS

•  Type of Switcher: 

4 inputs To 4 outputs Audio-Video Matrix Switcher 

• I/O Signals: 

•  Video: Composite Video (0.5~1.0 Vpp, 75Ohms. RCA(Yellow)
•  Audio: Stereo Audio (AR/AL). Via 2x RCA connector (Red/White)

• Video Bandwidth: 

450MHz (-3db, 200mVp-p)

• Audio specifi cation: 

20Hz ~ 20KHz

• Source Status: 

Automatically scan sources Inputs via LED

•  Low all hostile crosstalk:

 -83 db@5MHz

• Gain control: 

60MHz-0.1 db gain fl atness

• IR Frequency: 

38Khz

•  IR External distance: 

•  SB-100 phone-jack 3.5mm 3C cable ( 1000 feet / 300 meters Max.)
•  SB-100C phone-jack 3.5mm 2C cable ( 2 meters)

•  RS-232 protocol control: 

STD RS-232 interface serial via PC DRV

• Rack Mount: 

Support Rack mount 1RU High 19” pack (#1U-300L)

• Safety Approvals: 

CE, FCC, RoHS, REACH

• Dimensions (LxWxH): 

11.97 x 5.90 x 1.73 in (304 x 150 x 44mm)

• Power Supply: 

DC-12, 2A Universal Switch Type AC100~240V, 50/60Hz

• Power Consumption: 

750mA Maximum full load

•  Shipping Weight (net):

  3.25kgs / 5.41 lb

As product improvements are continuous, specifi cations are subject to change without notice.

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FRONT PANEL

FRONT PANEL

1. POWER ON SWITCH

The power switch turns the unit on and off. The LED will illuminate red to indicate that the switcher is ON and is receiving power. The 
Switcher will remember that last state during a power cycle. When power is removed and resorted, the last confi guration will be evoked.

2. INPUT STATUS DISPLAY

Input sources 1 to 4 LED illuminates blue to indicate that a video source is present on that input.

3. OUTPUT STATUS DISPLAY

Each Output (destination) Channel shows which input (source) is assigned.

4. DESTINATION SELECT BUTTONS

Separate outputs 1 thru 4 select buttons are provided for each destination assignment.
Routing can be Source to Destination or one source to multiple destinations.
Example : Press Destination 1,3,4 then press Source 2 will route Input 2 to Output 1,3,4 respectfully.

5. SOURCES SELECT DOWN BUTTONS

Separate inputs 1 thru 4 select buttons are provided each source selection.

6. IR SENSOR

The IR sensor receives IR commands from the supplied remote controller or third party IR emitter.

7. 19 INCH EAR MOUNT PAIR

Converts desktop to 19 inch rack mount bracket (part # 1U-440L) INCLUDED. Image shows rack mount bracket attached.

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FRONT PANEL

FRONT PANEL

8. FUNCTION KEY - ALL

Disables (mute) video on all destinations OR Selects the same source to all destinations.

Option 1

- Press 

ALL

 followed by 

OFF 

button. The display will show ”0” indicating all destinations have no video selected.

Option 2

- Press 

ALL

 followed by Source 1 thru 4. The display will show the Source selected.

- Press 

ENTER 

The pre-set source selection will be assigned all destinations.

9. FUNCTION KEY - OFF

Disables (mute) video to selected channels. Either destinations.

- Press 

OFF

 button followed by any Destination channel.

- Press 1 thru 8 output destination. The display will show “ 0 “ for the selected channel indicating no video selected.

10. FUNCTION KEY - RECALL

The system will show previously stored presets, up to a total of 8. Presets are stored in local memory using Source keys 1 thru 4 or 
Destination keys 1 thru 4 as the memory preset location.

- Press 

RECALL

 button.

- Press 1 thru 4 on either Source or Destination row.
- Press 

ENTER

 The pre-set confi guration will execute.

Operation completes.

Note: Operation will abort if no keys are dressed within 5 seconds.

11. FUNCTION KEY - ENTER

Press 

ENTER

 to confi rm entries.

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FRONT PANEL

FRONT PANEL

12. FUNCTION KEY - MEMORY

The system will show store presets, up to a total of 8. Presets are stored in local memory using Source keys 1 thru 4 or Destination keys 
1 thru 4 as the memory preset location.

- Confi gure desired matrices.
- Press 

MEMORY

 button.

- Press 1 thru 4 on either Source or Destination row.
- Press 

ENTER

 to ready memory location.

- Or press 

MEMORY

 again to cancel operation.

Operation completes.

Note: Operation will abort if no keys are dressed within 5 seconds.

13. FUNCTION KEY - LOCK

- Press and hold 

LOCK

 button for two seconds lockout the front panel.

- Press and hold 

LOCK

 button for two seconds to enable front panel.

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BACK PANEL

BACK PANEL

CONNECTING THE HARDWARE

Please study the panel drawings below and become familiar with the signal input-output, Power requirements plus any controls present. 
Before using the switcher, please take the time to make certain that the device you wish to connect to its inputs is functioning properly in 
all respects. Verify that the video and audio signals are present and are being displayed properly on a suitable device. 
If all is well connect the appropriate cables between the output of the device you wish to distribute to output(s) of the switcher to the 
carious devices you wish to feed a signal to. Lastly, connect the AC to DC adaptor, connect the DC connector to the switcher fi rst and then 
plug the adaptor into a functional AC outlet.

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1. DC POWER INLET:

 

The Switcher is fi tted with a DC power plug-park input connector. 
Please ensure that the plug-park used is of an approved type and 
is of suffi cient current carrying capacity with the correct voltage 
and connector polarity. 12Volt DC power supply 2A Max.

2. IR EXTENDER CONTROL

Support one of IR Extender (IR input)
Extend distance maximum 300 M / 1000 ft

Note: DO NOT install or remote any connections while the 
power is ON.

3. RS-232 CONNECTION:

 

RS-232 control port to allow for interfacing to a PC, such as a 
computer or touch panel control, to the switcher via this DB-9pin 
Female connector for serial RS-232 control.  

4. INPUTS-1~4 COMPOSITE/AUDIO(AR/AL):

 

Connect a signal source of Composite Video and Stereo Audio 
(AR/AL) devise to 4x4 matrix switcher.

Input 1~4 port source signals:

 Composite Video/Stereo Audio, 

3x RCA Connectors

5. OUTPUTS: 1~4 COMPOSITE/AUDIO(AR/AL):

 

Connect a signal of Composite Video and Stereo Audio (AR/
AL) direct to Female RCA connector. This connector supports 
Composite Video and Stereo Audio display device. 

Output 1~4 display port signals:

 Composite Video and Stereo 

Audio, 3x RCA Connectors

Power Jack:

DC Jack - Inner OD Ø 2.1 mm (+)
                Outside OD Ø 5.5mm (GND)
Power input -12VDC, 2A

IR Extender Jack: 

Female Jack - inner OD Ø 3.5 mm

 

Remote Port: 

DB-9pin Female connector

Composite Video Audio Via 3x RCAs

Note: With 3x RCA female connectors.

Composite Video Audio Via 3x RCAs

Note: With 3x RCA female connectors.

 


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REMOTE CONTROL

Before making any connections to the SB-5544LCM. Observe the following:

Ensure the mains voltage supply matches the label on the supplied plug- Pack (+/- 10%).

Ensure that the power switch is OFF.

Ensure that all system grounds (earth) are connected to a common point.

Avoid powering equipment within a system from multiple power sources that may be separated by large distances.

Connect all audio video sources and destination equipment.

Power up all source and destination audio-visual sources.

For each destination output select the appropriate input source by using the front panel input 1-4 select buttons. The supplied IR remote control.
Or through the RS-232 serial communications port.

Upon power up the switcher will return to its last used setting before Powered down.

REMOTE CONTROL

IR REMOTE : SW-5544LCM 
IR PCB : RA-02
IR CODE : 20DF

1./2.  SWITCH POWER ON or OFF:

 

Controller with a power ON and OFF

3. OUTPUTS: 1 - 4 OUTPUT SELECTION:

 

Press the destination button to select the output display channel.

4. SOURCE : 1 thru 4 INPUT SOURCE SELECTION

Press input 1~4 sources with selection button

5. FUNCTION KEY

ALL - function selection button
OFF - function selection button
RECALL - function selection button
ENTER - function selection button
MEMORY - function selection button
LOCK - function selection button

 


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8

REMOTE PROTOCOL COMMANDS

IR REMOTE CUSTOM AND DATA CODES (NEC STANDARD)

HOW TO SETUP IR CODES :

  

 

CUSTOM CODE : 20DF

POWER ON : 20DF A15E   

 

LOCK : 20DF B54A

POWER OFF : 20DF A25D 

 

RECALL : 20DF B24D

ALL : 20DF B04F  

 

 

ENTER : 20DF B34C

OFF : 20DF B14E 

 

 

MEMORY : 20DF B44B

PRESS TV DESTINATION - # then PRESS SOURCE - #

DESTINATION #1 : 20DF 01EF 

 

SOURCE #1 : 20DF 01FE

DESTINATION #2 : 20DF 02DF 

 

SOURCE #2 : 20DF 02FD

DESTINATION #3 : 20DF 03CF 

 

SOURCE #3 : 20DF 03FC

DESTINATION #4 : 20DF 04BF 

 

SOURCE #4 : 20DF 04FB

For example;
Select Destination # 1 to show Source #1~4,

The IR Data Code list when press Destination # then press Source #

Press Destination # 1 & Source #1  20DF  

01EF 

20DF  

01FE

Press Destination # 1 & Source #2  20DF  

01EF 

20DF  

02FD

Press Destination # 1 & Source #3  20DF  

01EF 

20DF  

03FC

Press Destination # 1 & Source #4  20DF  

01EF 

20DF  

04FB

 


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IR EXTENDER

SB-100

  

Maximum Distance ~ 984 feet (300 meters)

SB-100 and SB-100C Receiver Pin configuration

VCC (Ring)

Signal (center)

GND (Sleeve)

Tip

Ring

Sleeve

Tip: Signal
Ring :VCC
Sleeve: GND

Ring

Tip (center)

Sleeve

INP UT

DC  12V

R oHS/95/EC

IR EXT .

RS - 232

R S -232

IR   E XT.  in

SB-100

 

IR Receiver Set

SB-100

IR Rx

SB-100 

Maximum Distance ~ 984 feet (300 meters)

SB-100C Maximum Distance ~ 6 feet (2 meters)

SB-100C

  

Maximum Distance ~ 6 feet (2 meters)

INP UT

DC  12V

R oHS/95/EC

IR EXT .

RS - 232

R S -232

IR   E XT.  in

IR Receiver cable 6ft (2M)

SB-100C

 

IR Receiver Cable

SB-100

 

IR Receiver Set

Note: The External IR jack has voltage on the “Ring” portion of a 3-conductor plug. You must use a 3-conductor plug 
(aka: stereo plug). Using a 2-conductor plug will short out the power supply. Always make connections with the 
switcher power off.

*** When you plug the External IR extender into the switcher, the front panel IR receiver remains active. ***

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IR Receiver cable 6ft (2M)

SB-100C

 

IR Receiver Cable

1. SB-100    IR 300M Receiver                

Device                                Cable (3C)              IR Receiver (SB-100)

2. SB-100C    IR 2M Receiver                 

Device                                  Cable (3C)             IR Receiver (SB-100C)

IR RECEIVER:

PIN CONFIGURATION:

Signal (center)

GND (Sleeve)

Tip

Ring

Sleeve

Tip: Signal
Ring: NC
Sleeve: GND

Ring

Tip (center)

Sleeve

 


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IR EXTENDER

10

R oHS/95/EC

DC  12V

IR out

From 

Receiver

IR in

To

Receiver

CAT6/6a/7

OUTPUT

R oHS/95/EC

DC  12V

IR out

From 

Receiver

IR in

To

Receiver

CAT6/6a/7

OUTPUT

IR EMITTER:

SB-101

  

Maximum Distance ~ 984 feet (300 meters)

PIN CONFIGURATION:

SB-101 and SB-101C Transmitter Pin configuration

SB-101

 

IR Transmitter Set

1. SB-101    IR 300M Transmitter                

Device                               Cable (3C)              IR Transmitter (SB-101)

SB-101

IR Tx

SB-101C 

Transmitter Cable

IR Transmitter cable 6ft (2M)

SB-101 

Maximum Distance ~ 984 feet (300 meters)

SB-101C Maximum Distance ~ 6 feet (2 meters)

SB-101C

  

Maximum Distance ~ 6 feet (2 meters)

SB-101C

IR Tx

SB-101

 

IR Transmitter Set

Note: The External IR jack has voltage on the “Ring” portion of a 3-conductor plug. You must use a 3-conductor plug 
(aka: stereo plug). Using a 2-conductor plug will short out the power supply. Always make connections with the 
switcher power off.

*** When you plug the External IR extender into the switcher, the front panel IR transmitter remains active. ***

IR Transmitter cable 6ft (2M)

SB-101C 

Transmitter Cable

2. SB-101C    IR 2M Transmitter               

Device                                  Cable (3C)             IR Transmitter (SB-101C)

VCC (Ring)

Signal (center)

GND (Sleeve)

Tip

Ring

Sleeve

Tip: Signal
Ring :VCC
Sleeve: GND

Ring

Tip (center)

Sleeve

Signal (center)

GND (Sleeve)

Tip

Ring

Sleeve

Tip: Signal
Ring: NC
Sleeve: GND

Ring

Tip (center)

Sleeve

 


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RS-232 SERIAL INTERFACE

RS-232  

Pin

RS-232

Defi nition

1 ------  Not 

used

2

TX

Transmitter

3

RX

Receiver

4 ------  Not 

used

5

GND

Ground

6

------ Not 

used

7

------ Not 

used

8

------ Not 

used

9

------ Not 

used

RS-232 PROTOCOL COMMANDS ( RS-232 Control driver V2.0.1 )

The ShinybowUSA switcher can be controlled via the RS-232 serial control port to allow for interfacing to a PC, or similar third party control 
system. 

The serial communication parameters are 9600 baud, 8 bit, No Parity and 1 stop bit - this is often referred to as 9600 8N1. When the unit 
recognizes a complete command it will perform the requested action - there is no delimiter character required.                                                                       
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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TYPICAL APPLICATION

4X A/V (COMPOSITE VIDEO) SOURCES TO 4X A/V OUTPUT MATRIX SWITCHER

SB-5544LCM

INSTALLING

CONTROL PORTS:

1. IR REMOTE - IR Remote Controller
2. RS-232 Interface - RS-232 interface system

INPUTS 1 - 4 PORT HD SOURCE SIGNALS:

COMPOSITE VIDEO - Composite Video, connector with RCA
AUDIO - Stereo Audio (AR/AL), connector with RCA

OUTPUT 1 - 4 PORT HDTV DISPLAY SIGNALS:

 

COMPOSITE VIDEO - Composite Video, connector with RCA

 

AUDIO - Stereo Audio (AR/AL), connector with RCA

SB-5544LCM SUPPORT COMPOSITE FOUR INPUTS MATRIX TO FOUR SWITCH OUTPUTS

SUPPORT CONTROL IR & RS-232 INTERFACE SYSTEM PORTS.

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LIMITED WARRANTY

PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THIS HARDWARE, COMPONENTS AND SOFTWARE PROVIDED 
BY, THROUGH OR UNDER SHINYBOWUSA, INC (COLLECTIVELY, THE “PRODUCT”).   By using installing or using the Product, you unconditionally signify your 
agreement to these Terms and Conditions. If you do not agree to these Terms and Conditions, do not use the Product and return the Product to SHINYBOWUSA, 
Inc. at the return address set forth on the Product’s packing label at your expense. SHINYBOWUSA, Inc. may modify these Terms and Conditions at anytime, 
without notice to you. 

RESTRICTIONS ON USE OF THE PRODUCT

It is your responsibility to read and understand the installation and operation instructions, both verbal and in writing, provided to you with respect to the Product.  
You are authorized to use the Product solely in connection with such instructions.  Any use of the Product not in accordance with such instructions shall void any 
warranty pertaining to the Product.  Any and all damages that may occur in the use of the Product that is not strictly in accordance with such instructions shall be 
borne by you and you agree to indemnify and hold harmless SHINYBOWUSA, Inc. from and against any such damage.

The Product is protected by certain intellectual property rights owned by or licensed to SHINYBOWUSA.  Any intellectual property rights pertaining to the Product 
are licensed to you by SHINYBOWUSA, Inc. and/or its affi liates, including any manufacturers or distributors of the Product (collectively, “SHINYBOWUSA”) for your 
personal use only, provided that you do not change or delete any proprietary notices that may be provided with respect to the Product. 

The Product is sold to you and any use of any associated intellectual property is deemed to be licensed to you by SHINYBOWUSA for your personal use only. 
SHINYBOWUSA does not transfer either the title or the intellectual property rights to the Product and SHINYBOWUSA retains full and complete title to the 
intellectual property rights therein. All trademarks and logos are owned by SHINYBOWUSA or its licensors and providers of the Product, and you may not copy or 
use them in any manner without the prior written consent of SHINYBOWUSA, which consent may be withheld at the sole discretion of SHINYBOWUSA. 

The functionality and usability of the Product is controlled by SHINYBOWUSA, Inc. from its offi ces within the State of Texas, United States of America. SHINYBOWUSA 
makes no representation that materials pertaining to the Product are appropriate or available for use in other locations other than the shipping address you provided 
with respect thereto.  You are advised that the Product may be subject to U.S. export controls. 
Disclaimers and Limitation of Liability

SHINYBOWUSA may change or modify the Product at any time, from time to time. 

THE PRODUCT IS PROVIDED “AS IS” AND WITHOUT WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. SHINYBOWUSA DOES NOT WARRANT 
OR MAKE ANY REPRESENTATIONS REGARDING THE USE OR THE RESULTS OF THE USE OF THE PRODUCT’S CORRECTNESS, ACCURACY, RELIABILITY, 
OR OTHERWISE. 

SHINYBOWUSA has no duty or policy to update any information or statements pertaining to the Product and, therefore, such information or statements should 
not be relied upon as being current as of the date you use the Product. Moreover, any portion of the materials pertaining to the Product may include technical 
inaccuracies or typographical errors. Changes may be made from time to time without notice with respect to the Product. 

TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMISSIBLE PURSUANT TO APPLICABLE LAW, SHINYBOWUSA DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, 
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NON-INFRINGEMENT. 
SHINYBOWUSA DOES NOT WARRANT THE ACCURACY, COMPLETENESS OR USEFULNESS OF ANY INFORMATION WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCT. 
SHINYBOWUSA DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE FUNCTIONS PERTAINING TO THE PRODUCT WILL BE ERROR-FREE, THAT DEFECTS WITH RESPECT TO 
THE PRODUCT WILL BE CORRECTED, OR THAT THE MATERIALS PERTAINING THERETO ARE FREE OF DEFECTS OR OTHER HARMFUL COMPONENTS. 
SHINYBOWUSA WILL USE ITS REASONABLE EFFORTS TO CORRECT ANY DEFECTS IN THE PRODUCT UPON TIMELY WRITTEN NOTICE FROM YOU 
NOT TO EXCEED 10 BUSINESS DAYS AFTER RECEIPT BY YOU OF THE PRODUCT, BUT YOU (AND NOT SHINYBOWUSA) ASSUME THE ENTIRE COST 
OF ALL NECESSARY SERVICING, REPAIR AND CORRECTION THAT WAS CAUSED BY YOU UNLESS OTHERWISE AGREED TO IN A SEPARATE WRITING 
BY SHINYBOWUSA. 

UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, NEGLIGENCE, SHALL SHINYBOWUSA  BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL OR 
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES THAT RESULT FROM THE USE OF, OR THE INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCT IN ACCORDANCE WITH ITS SPECIFICATIONS, 
EVEN IF SHINYBOWUSA OR ITS REPRESENTATIVES HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. IN NO EVENT SHALL 
SHINYBOWUSA’S TOTAL LIABILITY TO YOU FROM ALL DAMAGES, LOSSES, AND CAUSES OF ACTION (WHETHER IN CONTRACT, OR OTHERWISE) 
EXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID TO SHINYBOWUSA, IF ANY, FOR THE PRODUCT. 

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