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Introduction to the use of WHE-10

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DDM_Jim
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Introduction to the use of WHE-10

Post by DDM_Jim » Mon May 10, 2021 9:54 am

Introduction to the use of WHE-10

1.Quickly switch TX scenario
You can set the WHE-TX’s Scenario on the webpage, but there is a simpler setting method: Long press the set button for 3 seconds to enter the set up mode.In set up mode, short press the set button once, the Scenario will change to Video, and the indicator light will change to green slow Flashing, short press the set button again, Scenario will change to Presentation. If you repeatedly press the set button, it will switch between these two modes directly. When you finish switching, press and hold the set button to exit the set up mode, and it will save your settings and take effect.
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2. Quickly switch RX Steam Buffer
There is a Steam Buffer setting in WHE-10RX. After the device enters the set up mode, connect WHE-10RX with a computer or mobile phone and set it on the web page. But after RX is upgraded to WHE10RX-V1.1.4, there is a more convenient method, without the need to enter the webpage. please look below.
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2.1 After the RX enters the set up mode, if your RX is connected to a TV/monitor, the upper right corner of the screen will display the current Steam Buffer status. For example, the current Steam Buffer in the picture is "Low-latency". If you are not connected to a TV/monitor, you can also judge by the RX indicator. The yellow flashing slowly indicates that the Steam Buffer is "Low-latency".
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2.2 Short press the set button once, Steam Buffer will switch to "Smoothness", and the RX indicator will flash slowly in green at this time. If you repeatedly press the set button, it will switch between these two modes directly. When you finish switching, press and hold the set button to exit the set up mode, and it will save your settings and take effect.
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3. The use of Network Relay Many-to-Many mode
After TX and RX were upgraded to WHETX-V1.1.2/WHE10RX-V1.1.4, the new "Network Relay Many-to-Many" mode was introduced. In this mode, up to 4 TXs and 4 RXs are allowed to connect to the same router. Each TX can transmit video to one or more RXs, and each RX can switch between different TX videos repeatedly.
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3.1 How to set the network relay many-to-many mode for TX
As shown in the picture, set the TX connection mode to "Network Relay Many-to-Many", add your router information, and then set the TX ID. Note that each TX must be set with an independent and different TX ID, otherwise it will cause conflicts. Finally, click "Apply" and wait for the device to restart to take effect. Then follow this method to set all your other TXs to network relay many-to-many mode.
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3.2 How to set the network relay many-to-many mode for RX
As shown in the picture, set the RX connection mode to "Network Relay Many-to-Many", add your router information, and then set the RX ID. Note that each RX must be set with an independent and different RX ID, otherwise it will cause conflicts. Then there is "available source", which means "what TX videos can RX1 receive". If you remove TX2, this RX can only receive the videos of TX1, TX3, TX4, and the video of TX2 cannot be sent to this RX. Finally, click "Apply" and wait for the device to restart to take effect. Then follow this method to set all your other RXs to network relay many-to-many mode.
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3.3 How to switch video in network relay many-to-many mode
After completing all the TX and RX settings, connect the TX to the video source and connect the RX to the monitor,and power them all.
3.3.1 After all devices are started, they will automatically connect to the router, and each RX will receive TX1 video by default.
3.3.2 Short press one of the TX buttons, that TX’s video will be broadcast to 4 RXs.
3.3.3 Short press one of the RX buttons, the RX screen will switch between different TX videos, which are the ones you added in the available sources, and you can switch repeatedly.
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3.3.4 Please use the rules flexibly to achieve your purpose. For example, if you have 3 TXs and 4 RXs, you must remove TX4 when setting the "Available Source" of RX, because TX4 does not exist. If the video content of TX3 is special and you don't want to provide it to all RXs, then you can filter when setting the "Available Sources" of RX, and only specific RX can switch to TX3 video.
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