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JNIOR Guidelines

1. Wiring of Jnior
The Jnior consist of the following
Power 9~24DCV
You can connect any DC power supply to the Jnior provided it gives between 9 to 24 DC.
Sensor Port
Used for Expansion Modules belonging for the Jnior
Aux Serial
Auxiliary Serial Communication RS232 / RS422 / RS485 for additional device handshake
Digital Inputs (DIN)
Optically isolated inputs that can be used to trigger a macro or action such as fire alarm.
Relay Output (ROUT)
Relay contacts to hardware such as masking, 3D, Lighting etc
Network communication to send Ethernet based commands to the projector etc
Main serial communication for commands or 2

Power Connection
2 + (Red) , 2 (Black)
Use one of each +/-
Relay Outputs
2 Ports per relay
Wiring sample next
Ethernet to auditorium
Communicates with
Projector, Server, Audio
In this sample, we shall wire as follows;
Relay Output #1 3D Enable
Relay Output #2 3D Disable
Relay Output #3 Masking Flat
Relay Output #4 Masking Scope
Relay Output #5 House Lights Full
Relay Output #6 House Lights Medium
Relay Output #7 House Lights Off

Perform the same wiring for Masking System, House Lights etc.,
If voltage is required, ie 24V relay to be triggered. You can use a DC Power supply, send the common
direct to the 24V relay and the line to the ROUT # and port beside it outputs to the 24DC Relay.

Assuming the Relay output wiring, power cable and Ethernet cable are connected. We may proceed with
configuring the Jnior unit.
2. Configuration of Jnior
- First you need to download and install the Jnior Support Tool
- Connect your laptop to the projection network which the jnior is connected to
- Launch the Jnior Support Tool
A. Configure Jnior communications/time etc:

The beacon tab will show the Jnior that is available or connected to the network.
Right click on the Jnior and press Configuration
B. In the Configuration, define a IP Address and TimeZone

Press OK to save, the changes will show in the Beacon tab.
C. If there is multiple Jnior detected, you can right click and choose identify a constant orange blink
beside the green power LED will show. This will let you know which unit you are configuring.

3. Set up Network Devices
A. Any device that can be controlled on the network, can be automated. You will need to register
those devices on the Jnior Device Tab

B. Press Add > Click the Device Type Column > Choose a Type ie, Barco > Choose the Series to
identify Port > Set IP in the IP Address Column by double click > Name the Device Projector for
easy reference in the Device Name
C. My sample:

D. Click Publish to JNIOR, save the _devices file in your computer and choose the unit you want
to save to.

4. Build Macros
A. In the Macro tab, choose Link Devices so the software knows what devices you can
configure and create action for.

B. After the Devices has been linked, you can create actions for your device in the Right Section
and create Macros (automation cues) in the Left Section

C. Create Actions:
- Press Add that is on the Right
- Name your Action by clicking in the Action Name
- Click on the Device and Choose the Device

- Choose the Action

- Built in Actions are Lamp On, Lamp Off, Open Dowser and Close Dowser
- You can send the commands to the Projector such as (CHA101), (PWR0) etc., choose send or
for instance a Barco you might send Macro to the projector and fill up the Data section
- Sample:

D. You can rename the Output # (ROUTs) so that you remember which Relay is for what
E. The Relays can also be configured either to ClosePulse, Close or Open, the duration of the
pulse is defined in Data which is in Seconds.
F. Sample:

G. Create Macro by press Add on the bottom Left, Give it a name and choose the Action, Press
the Left Arrow Key to insert and choose seconds to delay action;

H. Once done Publish to Jnior
Access Jnior web interface by opening an Internet Explorer or Firefox
Login id is jnior and password jnior
Change the registry in CinemaServerClient as bellow:

In Qube server;
Edit automationDevices.xml
<Device enable="true" class="Qube.Automation.JNIOR.TCP, JNIOR"
name="JNIOR"><Configuration><Key name="Address" value="IP ADDRESS OF JNIOR"/><Key
name="port" value="9400"/><Key name="UserName" value="jnior"/><Key name="Password"
Edit the automationCues.xml
<Cue name="3DON"><Actions><InvokeMethod name="Send" device="JNIOR"><Parameter
name="Command" value="run 3DON"/></InvokeMethod></Actions></Cue>
3DON = Macro name you made in the Jnior
If action does not work try run 3DON\n