X-618 Public Address System Installation Manual 2000061140 X-618 Installation Manual_FCC_V1.23 M_2000061032_EN_3.2...
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Precautions Danger This sign reminds users of “dangerous voltage” on the product. Caution This sign reminds users of important instructions attached to the product. In order to prevent electric shock, this equipment plug shall not be used as conductor to extend power supply Safety line.
• Any person except authorized maintainer is forbidden to disassemble or change parts of device. • It is forbidden to communicate X-618 system with third party system unless updating the configuration. • Password Precaution Please change the password during the system deployment.
Installing the DCS, NRI and DA into the associated appliance cabinet ..........1310 Installing the X-NPMS on a Cabinet ....................1411 Connecting the X-618 System Components ....................1512 Connecting the Sound Source Equipment to the DCS or NRI ............1512 Connecting the DCS to the DA ......................
Describes inspecting the installation of the X-618 Public Address System and system commissioning. Intended Reader This manual is mainly for personnel who are to install, operate, and maintain the X-618 Broadcasting System. Relevant Documents The following documents can be used as a reference when reading this manual: X-618 Public Address System Product Description •...
The X-618 Public Address System provides a complete multiple sound source public audio management solution. Centralized network management is achieved through the system software, and all system states are monitored. The X-618 Public Address System is hereby referred to as the “X-618” throughout the remainder of this manual.
The X-DCS3000 is capable of connecting to 8 main amplifier channels and 2 standby amplifier channels. See connection diagrams in Figure 1- 3 for 4 amplifier channel system.
Figure 1 Connection Schematic Diagram of X-DCS3000 and X-DA1500...
Figure 2 Connection Schematic Diagram of X-DCS3000 and X-DA2250...
Figure 3 Connection Schematic Diagram of X-DCS3000 and X-DA4125...
• Gathering Information Installation personnel are required to be familiar with functional components of the X-618 product equipment. It is recommended to first read the product information found in the X-618 Public Address System Product Description manual. Preparing Tools Prepare the following tools before installing the system equipment: Electrostatic wrist band •...
less than 30 meters, the cable can be straight through or crossover. If the distance between devices is more than 30 meters, the cable must be a crossover. Refer to Table 1 for the Ethernet pin types. Table 1 RJ45 Cable Pin Definition Descriptions Type Legend No pin...
Type Legend Self-test port When the DA output voltage is VCC • (12V-24V), the DA is being self-tested. When the DA has no input voltage, the • DA is working normally. Power amplifier output cables • Unshielded cables with a cross-section of 1.3mm (wire gauge of 16AWG) are recommended for the power amplifier output.
Installation Requirements of Cabinet The X-618 system needs to be installed in a standard 19” cabinet. The ground wire is required to be connected to the cabinet. There are specialized earth wires at the door and the bottom of cabinet.
The bottom plate needs to be installed, and the empty spaces can be filled with blind disk. The X-618 spare list includes foot for the bottom of the device, which is used for desktop installation. Make sure there is no foot installed at the bottom of the device before installation.
Put the DCS appliance into the cabinet, and tighten the screws to secure the unit, as shown in Figure 6. Figure 6 Schematic Diagram of Installing the DCS in the Cabinet Install the brackets beside X-NRI Network Resource Interface, and install in the cabinet. Install the brackets beside amplifier, and install in the cabinet.
Connect the external sound source equipment to the DCS or NRI units. The sound source connected to the DCS will be used for broadcasting in this devices’ zones .The sound source connected to the NRI will be used for broadcasting in all the zones of the X-618 system.
Connecting the X-NRI to the Sound Source Equipment There are 4 auxiliary audio source input interfaces (RCA ports) and 4 balance input interfaces for the X-NRI. Auxiliary audio source input interfaces are able to connect to external audio devices directly. The operation is the same as the operation on the DCS. The polarity of signal cable, such as hot end “H”, cool end “C”...
Figure 10 Connection Diagram of Amplifier and Control Port of X-DCS3000 Connect the DA audio output to the DCS Strip one end of the prepared audio output cable jacket by 10mm, and feed the cable through the protective cover of the power amplifier, as shown in Figure 11. Figure 11 Schematic Diagram of a Feeding the Audio Output Cable through the Protective Terminal Cover Take the end of the cable that was fed through the protective cover of the power amplifier...
Figure 13 Schematic Diagram of the Audio Output Wiring Terminal Installation Insert the power amplifier input wiring terminal of the installed audio output cable into the DCS PA audio input port, as shown in Figure 20 and Figure 14. Figure 14 Schematic Diagram of the X-DCS3000 1070V Audio Input Wiring Terminal Installation Carefully check the input and output cables of the DCS that connect to the amplifier, ensuring the channels are correct.
Control interfaces of standby amplifier should connect to standby ports of DCS. In the “single standby amplifier” mode, the control interface of the amplifier should connect to the standby PA1/2 port of the DCS, and 1070V output interface of the standby amplifier should connect to the standby PA input 1 and 2 ports (parallel connection) of the DCS.
Figure 17 Schematic Diagram of Dry Contact Input Connecting to Resistance For a detailed description of setting the NRI dry contact, please refer to the X-618 Public Address System Configuration Manual. DCS Dry Contact Output Preparation Strip off the wire jacket of one end of prepared dry contact output cable by about 10mm, insert dry contact wiring terminal (8P green phoenix tail seating 3.81mm), and tighten the screws.
Figure 19 Schematic Diagram of the DCS and Four-Line Volume Controller Connection NRI Dry Contact Output Preparation The NRI has a dry contact output relay that can be configured as a fault signal output by using the normally open and common contacts. Strip off the wire jacket of one end of prepared dry contact output cable by about 10mm, insert dry contact wiring terminal (6P green phoenix tail seating 3.5mm), and tighten the screws.
Figure 20 Schematic Diagram of the NRI and fire alarm system Connection Caution! DC24V voltage is in dry contact input interface of DCS and NRI, therefore, only connect to the power or relay to output. Do not connect to external voltage signal, and confirm the port types when connecting to the third-party system.
Insert the prepared noise detector connection cable into the corresponding input wiring terminal (8P) and tighten the screws. Insert the wiring terminal of the installed cable into the DCS supervision port. Connect the Speaker Line of noise detector to the area. Fix the noise detector and if there are many detectors in a same line, please follow the connection method shown in Figure 21.
Insert cable into monitor input terminal (8P) and fasten screws. Insert cable into monitor input terminal of the X-DCS3000. Install end-of-line supervision modules in cables. When there are many modules at one line, connect them one by one and combine with loudspeaker end-of-line respectively. Use screws to secure modules on wall.
Connecting the DCS and NRI to the NPM In the X-618 system, the DCS, the NRI and the NPM form a complete system through the Ethernet. The DCS and NRI can be connected to the NPM in the following two ways: Directly connecting the DCS and NRI to the NPM •...
Figure 23 Schematic Diagram of Connecting the DCS and the NRI to the NPM through a Network Switch Connecting the Power Supply Cables The power supply cables for the main X-618 system components include the following items: DCS or NRI Main and Standby Power Supply Cables •...
NPM Power Supply Cable • Connecting the DCS and the NRI Main and Standby Power Supply Cables Connecting AC Power Supply Cables The AC power interfaces of the X-NRI use phoenix sockets. The main power supply cables are equipped when leaving the factory, but manually connecting AC power to the device is also needed under some circumstances.
Figure 25 Schematic Diagram of the NRI Standby Power Supply Cable Connection Connecting the DA Main and Standby Power Supply Cables Connecting the Main Power Supply Cable Strip off the wire jacket of one end of the prepared standby power supply cable by 20mm and connect the cable to the main power supply wiring terminal, as shown below.
A2 connects with port A; port B2 connect with port B. Connect the telephone interface device RJ-11 port to the PSTN switch or VoIP gateway, to • enable the connection between X-618 system and telephone network interface. The schematic diagram of connection between the devices is shown below:...
Inspection Inspect the following items after installing the X-618 system and before turning the system on: Check if sufficient heat ventilation space is left above the DA appliance. •...
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