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CP64S COMMERCIAL PROCESSOR INSTALLATION GUIDE

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INSTLLTION GUIDE OFF Z Z BOTH L L L P PGE SSIGN POGM SELECT Z Z OFF BOTH PGE SSIGN 8 P Page Zone emote Z Program and Level emote SCPS Equalizer Security Cover Contents Important Safety Instructions Quick
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INSTLLTION GUIDE OFF Z Z BOTH L L L P PGE SSIGN POGM SELECT Z Z OFF BOTH PGE SSIGN 8 P Page Zone emote Z Program and Level emote SCPS Equalizer Security Cover Contents Important Safety Instructions Quick Start 4 Block Diagram 5 General Description Front Panel 7 ear Panel 8 Internal djustments 9 Connections P and Z emotes ecommended Calibration Procedure Example System: estaurant 7 Example System: etail Store 8 Sound System Interconnection 9 ane Condensed Contractor Catalog 7 Limited Domestic Warranty 9 Declaration of Conformity Schematics are downloadable at rane.com/cp4s.html 8 IMPOTNT SFETY INSTUCTIONS. ead these instructions.. Keep these instructions.. Heed all warnings. 4. Follow all instructions. 5. Do not use this apparatus near water.. Clean only with a dry cloth. 7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with manufacturer s instructions. 8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat. 9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. grounding-type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or third prong is provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.. Protect the power cord and plug from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where it exits from the apparatus.. Only use attachments and accessories specified by ane.. Use only with the cart, stand, 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 long periods of time. 4. efer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped. 5. The plug on the power cord is the C mains disconnect device and must remain readily operable. To completely disconnect this apparatus from the C mains, disconnect the power supply cord plug from the C receptacle.. This apparatus shall be connected to a mains socket outlet with a protective earthing connection. 7. When permanently connected, an all-pole mains switch with a contact separation of at least mm in each pole shall be incorporated in the electrical installation of the building. 8. If rackmounting, provide adequate ventilation. Equipment may be located above or below this apparatus, but some equipment (like large power amplifiers) may cause an unacceptable amount of hum or may generate too much heat and degrade the performance of this apparatus. 9. This apparatus may be installed in an industry standard equipment rack. Use screws through all mounting holes to provide the best support. WNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture. pparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus. WNING CUTION ISK OF ELECTIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN TTENTION: ISQUE DE CHOCS ELECTIQUE - NE PS OUVI To reduce the risk of electrical shock, do not open the unit. No user serviceable parts inside. efer servicing to qualified service personnel. The symbols shown below are internationally accepted symbols that warn of potential hazards with electrical products. This symbol indicates that a dangerous voltage constituting a risk of electric shock is present within this unit. This symbol indicates that there are important operating and maintenance instructions in the literature accompanying this unit. WNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, or birth defects or other reproductive harm. NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 5 of the FCC ules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: eorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/tv technician for help. CUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by ane Corporation could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. CN ICES- (B)/NMB-(B) INSTUCTIONS DE SÉCUITÉ. Lisez ces instructions.. Gardez précieusement ces instructions.. espectez les avertissements. 4. Suivez toutes les instructions. 5. Ne pas utiliser près d une source d eau.. Ne nettoyer qu avec un chiffon doux. 7. N obstruer aucune évacuation d air. Effectuez l installation en suivant les instructions du fabricant. 8. Ne pas disposer près d une source de chaleur, c-à-d tout appareil produisant de la chaleur sans exception. 9. Ne pas modifier le cordon d alimentation. Un cordon polarisé possède lames, l une plus large que l autre. Un cordon avec tresse de masse possède lames plus une è pour la terre. La lame large ou la tresse de masse assurent votre sécurité. Si le cordon fourni ne correspond pas à votre prise, contactez votre électricien.. Faites en sorte que le cordon ne soit pas piétiné, ni au niveau du fil, ni au niveau de ses broches, ni au niveau des connecteurs de vos appareils.. N utilisez que des accessoires recommandés par ane.. N utilisez que les éléments de transport, stands, pieds ou tables spécifiés par le fabricant ou vendu avec l appareil. Quand vous utlisez une valise de transport, prenez soin de vous déplacer avec cet équipement avec prudence afin d éviter tout risque de blessure.. Débranchez cet appareil pendant un orage ou si vous ne l utilisez pas pendant un certain temps. 4. dressez-vous à du personnel qualifié pour tout service après vente. Celui-ci est nécessaire dans n importe quel cas où l appareil est abimé : si le cordon ou les fiches sont endommagés, si du liquide a été renversé ou si des objets sont tombés sur l appareil, si celui-ci a été exposé à la pluie ou l humidité, s il ne fonctionne pas correctement ou est tombé. 5. La fiche du cordon d alimentation sert à brancher le courant alternatif C et doit absolument rester accessible. Pour déconnecter totalement l appareil du secteur, débranchez le câble d alimentation de la prise secteur.. Cet appareil doit être branché à une prise terre avec protection. 7. Quand il est branché de manière permanente, un disjoncteur tripolaire normalisé doit être incorporé dans l installation électrique de l immeuble. 8. En cas de montage en rack, laissez un espace suffisant pour la ventilation. Vous pouvez disposer d autres appareils au-dessus ou en-dessous de celui-ci, mais certains (tels que de gros amplificateurs) peuvent provoquer un buzz ou générer trop de chaleur au risque d endommager votre appareil et dégrader ses performances. 9. Cet appareil peut-être installé dans une baie standard ou un chassis normalisé pour un montage en rack. Visser chaque trou de chaque oreille de rack pour une meilleure fixation et sécurité. TTENTION: afin d éviter tout risque de feu ou de choc électrique, gardez cet appareil éloigné de toute source d humidité et d éclaboussures quelles qu elles soient. L appareil doit également être éloigné de tout objet possédant du liquide (boisson en bouteilles, vases, ). TTENTION CUTION ISK OF ELECTIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN TTENTION: ISQUE DE CHOCS ELECTIQUE - NE PS OUVI fin d éviter tout risque de choc électrique, ne pas ouvrir l appareil. ucune pièce ne peut être changée par l utilisateur. Contactez un SV qualifié pour toute intervention. Les symboles ci-dessous sont reconnus internationalement comme prévenant tout risque électrique. Ce symbole indique que cette unité utilise un voltage élevé constituant un risque de choc électrique. Ce symbole indique la présence d instructions d utilisation et de maintenance importantes dans le document fourni. EMQUE: Cet équipement a été testé et approuvé conforme aux limites pour un appareil numérique de classe B, conformément au chapitre 5 des règles de la FCC. Ces limites sont établis pour fournir une protection raisonnable contre tout risque d interférences et peuvent provoquer une énergie de radiofréquence s'il n'est pas installé et utilisé conformément aux instructions, peut également provoquer des interférences aux niveaux des équipements de communication. Cependant, il n'existe aucune garantie que de telles interférences ne se produiront pas dans une installation particulière. Si cet équipement provoque des interférences en réception radio ou télévision, ceci peut être detecté en mettant l'équipement sous/hors tension, l'utilisateur est encouragé à essayer de corriger cette interférence par une ou plusieurs des mesures suivantes: éorienter ou déplacer l'antenne de réception. ugmenter la distance entre l'équipement et le récepteur. Connecter l'équipement à une sortie sur un circuit différent de celui sur lequel le récepteur est branché. Consulter un revendeur ou un technicien radio / TV expérimenté. TTENTION: Les changements ou modifications non expressément approuvés par ane Corporation peuvent annuler l'autorité de l'utilisateur à manipuler cet équipement et rendre ainsi nulles toutes les conditions de garantie. CN ICES- (B)/NMB-(B) Cartons et papier à recycler. PGING ZONE SSIGN PGE ZONE ZONE PGE LINE LINE LINE PIOITY MT & MT & CTIVE CTIVE POGM INPUT S ZONE ZONE ZONE ZONE OFF DUCKE DEPTH ON POGM SELECT L L L P MT SIG OL OFF DUCKE DEPTH ON POGM SELECT L L L P MT SIG OL 4 5.k 4k k 4 5.k 4k k POWE COMMECIL POCESSO Quick Start If you were the type that cheated on school book reports by just skimming through the reading assignments, then this page is for you! It gives you not quite enough information to really know what you re doing. But, if you follow the recommended set up procedure, you should get at least a B. Keep the amplifiers and the turned off until all connections are made. INTENL SETTINGS ccess to the following internal controls requires removal of the top cover. ll internal settings should be complete before you install the, before you attach the power cable. The factory default settings work for many applications. However, you may need to change one or more for your system. See Internal djustments on page 9 if you want to change these defaults: Each Page Input has a 5 volt Phantom Power switch. The default is off. The Page Priority switch assigns priority override to Page, Page or NO (none). The default is Page. If a Page has priority, it overrides the non-priority Page in the Zone(s) it is assigned. The NO priority setting allows the Pagers to mix. Each Page Input may sum with the Program Pre- or Post- VC. When set to Pre-VC, Zone Level, EQ and Limiter circuits act upon the Page. When summed Post-VC, the Page is not influenced by Zone Level, EQ or Limiter circuits. The default is Post-VC. The Zone Stereo/Mono switch default is Stereo. There are two internal trim controls for the Program Priority detector. The Program Priority Threshold trim has a range of - to -5 dbu with a default of -5 dbu. The Program Priority elease Time has a range of to seconds. The default is seconds. PGE INPUTS Connect Page Inputs to the Euroblock on the rear panel and select the appropriate MIC or LINE switch position for each. First, set the gain with the Page TIM control, then set the Page DETECT THESHOLD and finally the Page Zone. P EMOTE If you use the optional P emote (sold separately), wire it to the rear MT ZONE SSIGN Euroblock as shown in P on page. If you require remote control but do not wish to use a P, any simple switch closure to GND will work. These inputs are also TTL compatible ( to 5 VDC). POGM INPUTS Connect Program sources to the C POGM INPUTS. If you have a priority program, like a jukebox, connect it to the PIOITY Input. The Program PIOITY SSIGN ZONE switch assigns priority override to Off, Zone, Zone, or Both. In the Zone(s) that it is assigned, the priority program is automatically selected when signal is detected. EXPND OUTPUTS Wire the EXPND OUTPUT Euroblock for each Zone as required. These are cross-coupled line drivers and may be used balanced or unbalanced. Each Expand Output can be Page-only, Program-only or its Zone signal. The Zone source will not include the Page if the Page is summed Post-VC. Page is always available from the Page source. ZONE OUTPUTS Wire the two ZONE OUT Euroblocks as required. These are cross-coupled line drivers and may be used balanced or unbalanced. Set the LIMIT threshold as required. Z EMOTE You may use one or two optional Z emotes (sold separately) with each. If you use the Z, wire it to the rear EMOTES Euroblock as shown on Z on page. If a Z remote is not ideal, any simple switch closure to ground will work for the D and D pins. These pins are TTL compatible ( to 5 VDC). The logic is inverse Gray Code. ny ground referenced 5 volt DC control may be used as the input to V or V. Do not ground the Vr or Vr pins. SETUP DVICE The is very versatile. While this makes a large number of system applications possible, it also results in complexity. For this reason, it is important to use an organized approach for setup and calibration. Please read and follow the ecommended Calibration Procedure on page. This will avoid problems and reduce the need to increase our collective phone bills. 4WE PTS: This product contains no wear parts. Block Diagram P O G M I N P U T S LINE LINE LINE PIOITY LEFT IGHT LEFT IGHT LEFT IGHT LEFT IGHT db db db db ZONE INPUT SELECTO ZONE INPUT SELECTO db db db DEPTH -5dB -db PGE DUCKE ON/OFF DEPTH -5dB -db PGE DUCKE DEPTH PGE DUCKE MONO * SIG OL Z PE PGE SIG OL POGM ZONE PGE Z PGE POGM ZONE PGE Z PGE db ZONE EXPND - 7-BND EQ 7-BND EQ db ZONE EXPND - Z LIMIT THESHOLD -db db Z VC Z VC Z LIMIT THESHOLD -db db db Z POST PGE db Z POST PGE db ZONE - ZONE LEFT - ZONE IGHT PGM PIOITY ELESE TIME * 4 SEC. ON/OFF Z PE PGE 7-BND EQ Z VC - OFF Z Z BOTH (CTIVE LOW) EMOTE ZONE SSIGN PGE SSIGN PGE - PGE - P P P LOCL ZONE SSIGN (FONT PNEL) MT P Z Z BOTH P G E I N P U T S B COM B COM B COM B COM 5V PHTM PW * MIC/ LINE db PD 5V PHTM PW * MIC/ LINE db PD TIM TIM -dbu -5dBu PGM PIOITY THESHOLD * P CTIVE P CTIVE TO db TO db PGE DUCKE P PGE NONE SSIGN LOGIC P PGE PIOITY * PGE DETECT SENS. - 4dB DET P PGE DETECT SENS. - 4dB DET P Z Z B COM * INTENL CONTOLS PIOITY SSIGN OFF Z Z BOTH PGE BIDGE Z PGE Z PGE Z PGE Z PE PGE * PE/POST VC Z POST PGE Z PE PGE PE/POST VC * Z POST PGE Z PGE Z EMOTE GY CODE Z CH CH POGM CH CH 4 SELECT Z (CTIVE LOW) LOCL (FONT PNEL) Z PGE OL O B COM B COM B COM B COM ZONE CHNNEL SELECT LOGIC MT LOCL (FONT PNEL) ZONE MT LOCL (FONT PNEL) 5 5 UTO FDE MT SEL ZONE MT/LOCL ZONE MT/LOCL MT MT Z VC Z VC 5 General Description The is a versatile commercial preamplifier designed for use in restaurants, bars, health clubs and offices. The is capable of serving two independent Zones. Two gated Paging inputs and four Program inputs are provided. Ports are provided for expansion of Page, Program or Zone signals. Four levels of priority are supported: Priority Page Non-Priority Page Priority Program Non-Priority Program The versatility of the allows a wide variety of system configurations while providing simple and intuitive controls. Two gated Paging Inputs capable of receiving mic or line level input are provided. Each features independent Mic/Line Pad, Gain Trim, detector Threshold, Zone ssign and Zone Level controls. Internally selectable phantom power is provided for each input. Each Paging input may be summed Pre- or Post- Zone Level control to allow setting Paging Level independent of Zone Level. n internal Paging Priority switch allows a master pager to override non-priority paging in its assigned zones, while allowing true dual zone independent paging. If no Paging Priority is selected, the Paging inputs mix together for applications like karaoke. Four stereo Program inputs are provided with independent Input Level controls. ny one of the four Program inputs may Optional SCPS Equalizer-only Security Cover be independently assigned in each Zone. One of the Program inputs is a gated Priority Program input. When signal is detected at its input, it overrides any non-priority Program selection in the assigned Zones. The Priority detector features internal, adjustable Threshold and elease-time controls. The has two Zone outputs: Zone is stereo: Zone is mono. Each Zone features independent: Level Program Select Ducker On/Off Ducker Depth Servo-Locked-Limiter 7 Band EQ (± db) Versatile wired remote control interface ports are provided for Paging assignment, Zone Level and Zone Program source selection. Paging Zone and Source/Volume remote controls are available as accessories. Many options allow the installer to determine exactly which controls are employee accessible. The SCP S is an optional security cover for the s front panel EQ section. ny or all other front panel knobs can be removed and replaced with hole plugs six are included with the SCPS. Front panel Ducker Depth controls are screw driver adjust. The remote controls allow blank Decora plates to be remote control security covers. The remote knobs can also be individually replaced with hole plugs. Features Two fully independent gated Mic/Line Paging Inputs Paging Priority ssign Page Ducking Page / Program / Zone Expansion Three stereo Program Inputs One gated stereo Priority Program Input 7-Band graphic EQ for each Zone Servo-Locked-Limiter for each Zone Optional SCPS Security Cover for EQ section only Optional P emote Page ssign emote Optional Z emote Zone Level/Program Select emote Universal Internal Power Supply (-4 VC) Front Panel 8 PGING ZONE SSIGN PGE ZONE ZONE PGE LINE LINE LINE PIOITY MT & MT & CTIVE CTIVE POGM INPUT S ZONE ZONE ZONE ZONE OFF DUCKE DEPTH ON POGM SELECT L L L P MT SIG OL OFF DUCKE DEPTH ON POGM SELECT L L L P MT SIG OL 4 5.k 4k k 4 5.k 4k k POWE COMMECIL POCESSO q w PGING ZONE SSIGN switches select the zone(s) a page signal is sent to. The MT position activates the rear panel MT ZONE SSIGN port, allowing the optional P wired remote to assign the active page Zone(s). CTIVE indicators light when a page input signal reaches the Page Detect Threshold (see rear panel). Note that a page is always ctive when its Page Detect Threshold is set to minimum. ZONE and ZONE PGING controls adjust (as you guessed) the Paging Level in each Zone. 4 POGM INPUT S allow independent adjustment of the stereo level for each Program Input. 5 DUCKE OFF/ON switches turn the Ducker ON or OFF for each Zone. DUCKE DEPTH controls allow setting Ducker Depth (the amount of Program attenuation during a Page) from 5 db (ccw) to db (cw) for each Zone. 7 ZONE POGM SELECT switches assign one of four Program Inputs to each Zone. 8 ZONE MT switches, when pushed in, enable the emotes port for a Zone. This turns control of Zone Level and Zone Program Select over to the emotes port. Front panel Zone and Zone POGM SELECT controls are inactive when MT is selected. Two optional wired Z remotes may be connected to the
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