User manual ELECTRO-VOICE RCM-26

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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. CAUTION: These servicing instructions are for use by qualified personnel only. to reduce the risk of Electric shock, do not perform any servicing other than that contained in the Operating Instructions unless you are qualified to do so. Security regulations as stated in the EN 60065 (VDE 0860 / IEC 65) and the CSA E65 - 94 have to be obeyed when servicing the appliance. [. . . ] Make sure that the warranty certificate is correctly filled in, for only a completed warranty card entitles you to file any possible claims. Keep the original invoice that states the purchase/delivery date together with the warranty certificate at a safe place. The warranty period for the module is 36 months, starting from the date when receiving the product from the dealer. Insert the RCM-26 module in the slot and lock it in place on the rear panel using the 4 screws (see illustration 1. The RCM-26 is shipped from the factory in the recommended "Pre Fader" mode, so the input level controllers on the front of the amplifier are taken out of operation by installation of the RCM-26. If the input level controller are to be usable with a RCM-26 installed, the RCM-26 must be converted to "Post Fader" mode. 2: Pre Fader mode (left) and Post Fader mode (right) Note: On RCM-26 Remote Control Modules built in 2006 there are no jumpers at JP1 to JP5, instead the conversion has to be done via , , cut&solder". The strip conducter of the top and middle contact of each JP1 to JP5 has to be cut. A link has to be soldered between the middle and lower contact of each JP1 to JP5. Configuring and controlling a remote amplifier with a RCM-26 module installed is possible through the use of IRIS-NetTM (Intelligent Remote & Integrated Supervision) PC-software. IRIS-NetTM allows programming the RCM-26 module's complete configuration while the computer is off-line. All instructions on how to configure, operate and monitor all RCM-26 functions are included in the IRIS-NetTM help files. The following illustrations show an example of a power amplifier system in IRISNetTM and the DSP flow chart of a RCM-26 The following illustration shows the pin-assignment of the input socket. The digital input signal gets internally buffered and preprocessed (level matching / slew rate) before it is output via the OUTconnector. This allows fairly simple wiring between modules, without the need for AES/EBU distribution amps as they are usually used. The LOCK-LED lights green as soon as the AES/EBU input has been synchronized to the incoming signal and thus proper audio transmission has been established. The LOCK-LED is dimmed with no digital audio signal being present at the input or the internal PLL not having locked on to the incoming signal. These sockets are connected in parallel and serve as inputs as well as for daisy-chaining the devices on the remote network. Cabling in a rack system can be established using commercially available RJ-45 network cables. Both ends of the CAN-bus must be terminated using 120 terminating plugs. [. . . ] * 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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