Main Menu - User Programming
Speaker Circuit Address Assignment
Primary Operator Console - Circuit Expander If the ECC-CE6 has been installed on P1 of
the main circuit board, select CE6 - Installed from the drop down box. The ECC-50/100 comes
with one (1) integrated speaker circuit. Adding the CE6 gives the system three (3) more speaker cir-
cuits for a total option of four (4) from the drop-down box. If the optional amplifier (ECC-50W-
25/70V) has been installed and programmed as a secondary speaker circuit on the General / NAC
Options page, then the total available speaker circuits allowed for the POC will be eight (8). Refer
to application examples on pages 53–54.
Remote Amplifiers Identify which, if any, remote amplifiers are Installed on the system in
addresses 20-27. The remote amplifiers must be installed sequentially. If, for example, remote
amplifiers are installed on addresses 20 and 21, address 22 must be Disabled if address 23 is to be
used. If no remote amplifiers are installed at a given address, select Not Installed.
Circuit Expander Option For any installed remote amplifier, select whether any circuit
expanders (ECC-CE4) have been Installed.
Speaker Circuit Assignments Select how many speaker circuits will be used for each ampli-
fier. Each amplifier offers four (4) speaker circuits standard. If the CE4 has been installed, eight (8)
speaker circuits will be available. Note the the ECC allows a maximum of 24 speaker circuits in the
70VAC Option For every programmed 50W remote amplifier, select whether a 70V transformer
has been Installed or Not Installed. 70V operation is not available on the 125W model.
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Figure 3.7 Remote Amplifier Address Assignments