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IPKVM HAT Installation Guide

Date:20220621

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1.Unpack and take out the devices

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Open the protective bag

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2.Install the main device

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Flip to back

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Open the case

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Flip to back, unscrew the two screws on the back

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Open the protective bag and take out the parts

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Install Micro SD card

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Install the FFC cable

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Install the HAT on Raspberry Pi 4

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Install four Hex Spacers

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Install the C790 module, use the long screws you just removed

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Install the audio cable

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Stick a heat conductive sheet on the back of the Raspberry Pi 4 , tear off the protective film of the sheet

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Install the HAT into the case

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Pay attention to the alignment of the holes

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Flip to back and install 4 screws

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Install five case screws

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Install the mounting ear as needed

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The main device installation is complete

3.Install the ATX adapter board

The board has a standard PCIe I/O bracket and a low profile PCIe I/O bracket. Choose one as needed

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Use Dupont cables to connect ATX adapter board to motherboard and chassis panel. There are clear pin definitions on the board for easy wiring.

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Mount the ATX adapter board to the case shell

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Use a RJ45 network cable to connect the board to the CN-ATX interface of the HAT

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4.Connect the HDMI cable

Connect the HDMI output port of the computer directly to the HDMI IN port of the HAT with an HDMI cable. The HDMI pass-through EDID emulator is not necessary! If your computer does not output the correct HDMI format, plug the HDMI pass-through EDID emulator into the HDMI output port of the computer. This allows you to configure a fixed HDMI output format on your computer.

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5.Install the USB cable

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Connect the RPI4 port to the Raspberry Pi 4

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Connect the USB port to the controlled computer

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When using PoE power supply, there is no need to connect the PWR port. When not using PoE power supply, connect the PWR port to a standard 5V/3A USB power supply.

6.Test

Powered by PoE, the HAT is connected to the router via the network cable

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The screen displays the current status of the device, including the machine's IP address

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Access the IP address of the HAT in the browser. Enjoy!

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