System Configuration Examples
You can build a multi-channel system, ST remote system
(see page 4), or NT remote system (see page 4) shown
below in accordance with the scale and purpose of the
system you want to build.
You can improve user-friendliness by combining a multi-
channel system with a remote system.
The type and maximum number of equipment that can be
included in each system are described below.
When any RMU-01 unit is detected in the Ethernet
connection, the system automatically operates in NT
remote system mode. When no RMU-01 unit is detected,
ST remote system mode is applied.
The wireless remote control function receives a change
command from the receiver or RMU-01 via a 2.4 GHz
signal, and replies with the metadata in the audio packet.
Therefore, use the wireless remote control function where it
will be within range of the audio signal from the transmitter.
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Can be used to monitor the status of
receivers, transmitters, and RMUs
Using the Supplied Antennas
To maximize the reception performance of this unit, we
recommend using optional AN-820A or AN-01 UHF
For narrow service areas, however, you can also use the
supplied whip antennas.
When using the supplied whip antennas, be sure to verify
your service area beforehand.
The supplied whip antennas can be attached to the front or
rear panel of the unit.
Front panel attachment
Insert commercially available antenna mounts with
BNC connectors into the front panel, and secure them
with hexagon nuts (14 mm).
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Not required 1 to 9
Tooth lock washer
Antenna mount with
You can also attach the antennas so that the hexagon nuts
are located on the front side of the front panel.
If you have trouble securing the hexagon nuts on the back
side of the front panel, insert the antenna mounts with
BNC connectors into the front panel from the back side,
and secure the nuts on the front side.
Attach the supplied whip antennas.