User manual ELECTRO-VOICE PWS
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[. . . ] To completely disconnect this equipment from the AC Mains, disconnect the power supply cord plug from the AC receptacle. The mains plug of the power supply cord shall remain readily operable. Management of WEEE (waste electrical and electronic equipment) (applicable in Member States of the European Union and other European countries with individual national policies on the management of WEEE) The symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product may not be treated as regular household waste, but has to be disposed through returning it at a Telex dealer. CAUTION: These servicing instructions are for use by qualified personnel only. [. . . ] Power-on the central control unit and power supply of the programmable wall station Configure the programmable wall station in IRIS-Net Have all units been detected that are connected to the CAN-Bus?For mounting a programmable wall station you have to lock the PWS-C and a front unit of a programmable wall station together using two screws. Please also refer to this manual's corresponding chapters describing the connection procedure for the front units being used. Large networks require a lower baud rate (down to the minimum baud rate of 10 kbit/s). The following table illustrates the relationship between baud rate and bus length, i. Potential baud rates and corresponding switch settings are shown in the following table. Only when set to PROG Mode, it is possible to change the programmable wall station's baud rate via IRIS-NetTM. With all other switch settings, the previously selected value for the baud rate is maintained. A dark shaded field in the table marks the default value when shipped. Changing a previously set fixed baud rate is not possible via IRIS-NetTM. The PWS must be in PROG mode to allow the changing of the baud rate via IRIS-NetTM. As shown in the above table, setting a fixed baud rate is possible when connecting a PWS-C to an already existing CAN-Bus. When connecting a PWS-C in PROG mode, setting the baud rate directly on the PWSC is possible by following these instructions: 1. Wait until the new baud rate is adopted, which is signaled by a dimmed CAN-Status-LED. The CAN-Status-LED light for 3 seconds whenever changes are applied to the DIP-switches with the power supply being activated. PROG mode settings with DIP-switch TERM/BAUD (see page 12) The PWS-C can now be taken into operation with the baud rate set under step 2. contact 4 of DIP-switch 1 allows activating the PWS-C's integrated terminator (see the following table). A dark shaded field in the table marks the default setting when shipped. 3: CAN-Bus Termination The following illustration provides an example of a NetMax-Systems, with Remote Power Amps and programmable wall station being connected via CAN-Bus. CAUTION: To prevent network faults, each CAN address may exist once only throughout a system. Every programmable wall station has to have a unique CAN address to be identified on the CAN-Bus. NOTES: Various programmable wall stations of a system can be easily configured when their CAN addresses are in consecutive order. [. . . ] * With longer cables and many participants on the CAN-bus, termination resistors with higher impedance than the specified 120 are recommended to reduce the ohmic load of the interface drivers and therefore the voltage drop between the two cable-ends. The following table is meant for first assessment of necessary cable diameters for different bus lengths and bus-participant numbers. Additionally, the length of branch lines - for participants that are not directly connected to the CAN-bus - is also of importance. For data transfer rates of up to 125 kbit/s, the maximum length of a single stub cable should not exceed 2 meters. [. . . ]
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