- Dedicated Cat5e cable from the switch location to each Just Add Power Receiver
- Dedicated Cat5e cable from the switch location to each Just Add Power Transmitter
- HDMI cable to connect each Transmitter to source, and each Receiver to display
- Disconnect HDMI cables from all Transmitters
- Connect the Windows PC to the serial port (console port) on the switch, connect the computer to the Local Area Network, and connect port 1 of the managed gigabit Ethernet switch to the Local Area Network
- Alternatively, connect the Windows PC directly to port 1 of the managed gigabit Ethernet switch
- Run JADConfig to configure the switch and all Just Add Power devices
Enable Layer 3 Access with a Static Route - 2 options
- Log into the router and apply the appropriate Static Route. Routing information can be found in the JADConfig Report file.
- Set the Default Gateway of the control system processor to the IP Address of the managed gigabit Ethernet switch
Program Control System
- If using a driver programmed by Just Add Power - AMX, Control4, Crestron, RTI - download the driver from the Just Add Power support site
- If using a 3rd-party driver, reach out to the programmer of that driver for setup information. Information on some 3rd-party drivers is available on the Just Add Power support site.
- Request license key by sending MAC address (Control4, Crestron, RTI) or the serial number (AMX) of the control system processor through the Ticket Submission Form on the Just Add Power support website
- Load one switch driver - Luxul or Cisco - to control source switching. Input the license key into the driver. The switch driver without a license key will work for 30 minutes.
- Load one endpoint driver for each Just Add Power device that will have endpoint control. Input the license key into the driver. The endpoint driver will not work without a license key.