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Jobsite IR-CB2 Installation & User Manual

Two zone ir connecting blocks, for routing infrared commands from two ir receivers to five sources.
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INSTALLATION & USER GUIDE
For Routing Infrared
Commands from
Two IR Receivers
to Five Sources
IR-CB2
TWO ZONE IR CONNECTING BLOCK

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  • Page 1

    INSTALLATION & USER GUIDE For Routing Infrared Commands from Two IR Receivers to Five Sources IR-CB2 TWO ZONE IR CONNECTING BLOCK...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    IR-CB2 TWO ZONE IR CONNECTING BLOCK TABLE OF CONTENTS Features...1 Product Overview...2 Package Contents ...3 Preparing for Installation...3 Installation...4 Troubleshooting ...6 Specifications ...8 Warranty...8...

  • Page 3: Features

    FEATURES Provides two IR Receiver inputs and five IR Emitter outputs Selectable high/low emitter outputs for use with IR-E1HO high output emitter or single and dual emitters LED power indicator 12V DC status input jack and LED indicator Installation friendly design: Snap and lock connector secures wire in place without the use of a screwdriver 3.5mm emitter output jacks Wings allow for either vertical of horizontal mounting...

  • Page 4: Product Overview

    PRODUCT OVERVIEW Figure 1 1. 12VDC Jack – Provides 12 volt DC power to IR-CB2 via a regulated power supply. 2. IR Emitter Outputs – 3.5mm jacks provide output for either single or dual low-level flashers. 3. 3-30V AC/DC Status – 3.5mm jack provides...

  • Page 5: Package Contents

    The IR Receiver cables, emitter cables and the 12V DC power supply cable must all reach the proposed location of the IR-CB2 connecting block. Mark the cables with Wire Labels, describing where the cables originate from, rather than where they will terminate.

  • Page 6: Installation

    INSTALLATION 1. Select an appropriate location for the IR-CB2 2. Run all the necessary wiring to the IR-CB2. Label the wires for future reference. 3. Plug the supplied 12V DC power supply into the un- switched AC outlet. 4. Plug the 12V DC power supply connector into the IR-CB2 socket marked POWER.

  • Page 7: Installation Diagram

    Receiver window. 3. Maximum Range between the Remote Control and the JobSite IR Receiver is similar to the maximum range between the Remote Control and the A/V component’s IR Receiver: Typically a remote...

  • Page 8: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING Bad Connections or Wiring: If the connections or wiring are wrong, loose, shorted or open the system will not operate properly. The symptoms could include: Power LED flickers or is off, IR Test LED is continuously flickering or on without any remote control use, intermittent operation or no operation.

  • Page 9

    Optical or Electromagnetic Interference: Direct sunlight, neon signs, television sets, light dimming controls and other sources of electromagnetic fields can induce noise and interference into your IR repeater system. Symptoms can include: flashback LEDs continuously flickering or on without any remote control use, poor range, intermittent operation or no operation.

  • Page 10: Specifications

    JOBSITE warrants its active products (those requiring AC or battery power) to the original purchaser to be free of manufacturing defects in material and workmanship for a...

  • Page 11

    INSTRUCTIONS FROM JOBSITE. If the above conditions are met, the purchaser’s sole remedy shall be to return the product to JOBSITE, in which case JOBSITE will repair or replace, at its sole option, the defective product without charge for parts or labor.

  • Page 12

    WWW.JOBSITESYSTEMS.COM © 2004 JobSite Systems. All rights reserved. JobSite, Pure Custom and Niles are registered trademarks of Niles Audio Corporation and the JobSite Logo is a trademark of Niles Audio Corporation. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Some JobSite products (or components thereof) are manufactured under one or more U.S.

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