User manual ELECTRO-VOICE 667 DATASHEET
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[. . . ] Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus. Use only with the cart, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for a long period of time. [. . . ] Failure to do so may result in damage to the power amplifier as well as to the rack case. Attach the power amp as shown in the illustration using 4 case nuts and screws. RMK-15 brackets for securing the power amplifier are available as accessories. As with all Electro-Voice power amps with fan cooling, the airflow direction is front-to-rear, obviously because there is more cold air outside of the rack case than inside. The power amplifier remains cooler and dissipating the developing waste heat in a specific direction gets easier. In general, setting up or mounting the power amplifier has to be done in a way that fresh air can enter unhindered at the front and exhausted air can exit at the rear. When installing the power amp in a case or rack system, attention should be paid to these details to provide sufficient ventilation. Allow for an air duct of at least 60 mm x 330 mm between the rear panel of the power amplifier and the inner wall of the cabinet/rack case. make sure that the duct reaches up to the cabinet's or the rack case's top ventilation louvers. Leave room of at least 100 mm above the cabinet/rack case for Since temperatures inside of the cabinet/rack case can easily rise up to 40 °C during operation of the power amp, it is mandatory to bear in mind the maximum allowable ambient temperature for all other appliances installed in the same cabinet/rack case. CAUTION: Blocking/closing the power amp's ventilation louvers is not permissible. Following section describes the four different OUTPUT settings of CPS amplifiers. In 2 Ohm mode the power amplifier reaches maximum output power having a load of 2 connected. For using VLD in a power amplifier with a Remote Control Module installed, please proceed as follows: · Use the DIP-switch OUTPUT (see page 10) to select DUAL or PARALLEL output mode for power amplifier channels to be operated in VLD mode. Use IRIS-Net (see page 15) to configure output power, impedance and High-Pass filters of individual channels. Detailed information on the configuration, control and monitoring of amplifiers with Remote Control Modules installed can be found in the documentation that comes with the IRIS-Net software application. the configuration of power amplifier channels is stored nonvolatile in the Remote Control Module. Please keep in mind that the VLD configuration in IRIS-Net only affects channels set to , , 2 /VLD" mode. The use of VLD considerably expands the adaptability of a power amplifier. Following table shows possible switch settings and corresponding delay times in seconds. Whenever possible, using balanced audio signal feeds at the input of the power amplifier is always preferred. Unbalanced connections should only be used if the cables are very short and no interfering signals are to be expected in the vicinity of the power amplifier. [. . . ] Consequently, an amplifier with a RCM-810 module installed corresponds to highest safety requirements. For further details about configuration, control and monitoring of amps with installed RCM-810 modules, please refer to the documentation of IRISNet. CAUTION: All RCM-810 parameters configured via IRIS-Net are discarded when pressing the INIT button. Value 10 kbit/s 0 ms RCM-810 Module, RCM-810 Input, RCM-810 Output not configured not configured deactivated 2 CAN ADDRESS Selector Switch The two address selector switches are for setting the network address of the RCM-810. [. . . ]
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