PAVIRO Amplifier Table of contents | en Table of contents Safety Short information System overview Front panel Rear panel Parts included Installation Connection Audio inputs Audio output Supply voltage CAN BUS Configuration Setting the CAN address Displaying the CAN baud rate Configuring the CAN baud rate Operation Stand-alone mode...
en | Safety PAVIRO Amplifier Safety Danger! High risk: This symbol indicates an imminently hazardous situation such as "Dangerous Voltage" inside the product. If not avoided, this will result in an electrical shock, serious bodily injury, or death. Warning! Medium risk: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation. If not avoided, this could result in minor or moderate bodily injury.
PAVIRO Amplifier Safety | en 13. 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. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn.
en | Safety PAVIRO Amplifier Danger! Object and Liquid entry – Never push objects of any kind into this apparatus through openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the apparatus. 25.
PAVIRO Amplifier Safety | en Warning! To avoid electric shock, do not connect safety extra-low voltage (SELV) circuits to telephone- network voltage (TNV) circuits. LAN ports contain SELV circuits, and WAN ports contain TNV circuits. Some LAN and WAN ports both use RJ‑45 connectors. Use caution when connecting cables.
en | Short information PAVIRO Amplifier Short information The PVA-2P500 class-D amplifier is a 2 ✕ 500 W professional audio amplifier for evacuation purposes. It can be operated from both the mains and a DC supply. The output voltage is galvanically insulated and is constantly monitored for ground fault.
PAVIRO Amplifier System overview | en System overview Front panel Number Symbol Element Description Signal clip Indicates the signal level of the amplifier channel: indicator light – Green = The output signal is 18 dB below clip level – Yellow = The output signal is clipping or the integrated limiter of the amplifier is limiting the output signal.
en | System overview PAVIRO Amplifier Number Symbol Element Description Recessed button The button is protected to prevent it from being pressed accidentally. Use a pointed object (such as a ballpoint pen) to press the button. This button has the following functions if the CAN address of the device is not set to 00: –...
PAVIRO Amplifier System overview | en Number Symbol Element Description Standby indicator This indicator lights up green when the device is in light standby mode. Power indicator This indicator lights up green when the power light supply is OK. Operation manual 18-Jun-2015 | 04 | F01U306898...
en | System overview PAVIRO Amplifier Rear panel Number Element Description AC power input and power switch Grounding screw Ground connection for DC only systems. DC power input CAN BUS port Connection with CAN bus, e.g. controller. CAN ADDRESS selector switch HIGH-byte and LOW-byte for configuring the CAN address of the device.
PAVIRO Amplifier Parts included | en Parts included Quantity Component PVA-2P500 Power cord 230 V AC Power cord 120 V AC Euroblock connector 2-pole (Phoenix, PC 5/2-STF-7,62, 1975697, F.01U. 108.398) for 24 V DC Euroblock connector 3-pole (Phoenix, MC 1,5/3-STF-3,81, Nr. 1827716, F. 01U.104.680) for audio input Euroblock connector 6-pole (Phoenix, MC 1,5/6-ST-3,81, 1827745, F.01U.
en | Installation PAVIRO Amplifier Installation This device has been designed to be installed horizontally in a conventional 19” rack cabinet. In general, an installation location must be selected in which the device is protected from the following conditions: – Dripping water or spray –...
PAVIRO Amplifier Installation | en Figure 5.2: Stacking of devices using the supplied foot stands (example with 3 devices, rack mount rails are used for the bottom device only) Heat development The table in chapter Specification can be used to determine the requirements for power supply and supply lines.
en | Connection PAVIRO Amplifier Connection Audio inputs The power amplifier has four audio input channels. With the help of integrated pilot tone monitoring, a missing or faulty input signal can be detected reliably. Please refer to section Circuit diagram, page 32 for details about the internal audio routing of the device. RJ-45 The pin assignment of the LINE 1-4 IN / THRU audio input sockets allows connecting the power amplifier to the RJ-45 audio output socket of a controller using standard RJ-45 patch...
PAVIRO Amplifier Connection | en Euroblock The L1 or L2 audio inputs allow to connect local audio sources, e.g. in stand-alone mode. The audio signal L1 is mixed with input signal LINE IN 4 (provided via RJ-45) and amplified by amplifier output channel 1.
en | Connection PAVIRO Amplifier Figure 6.3: Unbalanced cabling Audio output The audio outputs on the device are galvanically insulated and are constantly monitored for ground fault. For each output channel there are 6 pins, two pins for 0V, two pins for 70V and two pins for 100V speaker lines.
PAVIRO Amplifier Connection | en Supply voltage The device is normally operated via the AC mains input (120–240 V). In addition, a battery input is available for emergency power operation (24 V DC). Notice! If the AC and DC power inputs are used, it is recommended to connect AC power first, then switch on the device, then connect the DC power source.
en | Connection PAVIRO Amplifier The device automatically switches to DC input in the event of failure of the mains supply voltage. For this input, connect a 24-volt DC source to the DC INPUT input. The scope of delivery for the device includes a 2-pin connector. Conductor cross-sections of 2 mm² to 6 mm²...
PAVIRO Amplifier Connection | en Figure 6.4: Assignment of the CAN port Figure 6.5: Assignment of the CAN connector Designation Cable color T568A T568B CAN_GND Green Orange CAN_H (+) Blue CAN_L (-) Blue stripes Table 6.2: Assignment of the CAN BUS interface Cable specification In accordance with the ISO 11898-2 standard, shielded twisted-pair cables with an impedance of 120 ohms must be used as the data transfer cable for the CAN bus.
en | Connection PAVIRO Amplifier The following table allows initial estimates for the required cable cross-section for different bus lengths and various numbers of bus participants. Bus length (in m) Number of devices on the CAN Bus 0.25 mm² or AWG24 0.34 mm²...
PAVIRO Amplifier Configuration | en Configuration Setting the CAN address The CAN address of the device is set using the two address selector switches HIGH and LOW. Addresses 1 to 250 (01 hex to FA hex) can be used in a CAN network. The address is set using the hexadecimal numbering system.
en | Configuration PAVIRO Amplifier HIGH Address 0 to A 240 to 250 B to F Reserved Table 7.1: CAN addresses Displaying the CAN baud rate To display the CAN baud rate, press the Recessed button and keep the button pressed down for at least one second.
PAVIRO Amplifier Operation | en Operation Fault monitoring The following functions of the power amplifier can be monitored: – Mains under-voltage – Battery under-voltage – Excessive temperature – Overload – Output voltage – Output current – Ground fault (in stand-alone mode only) –...
en | Operation PAVIRO Amplifier capacity is less than 5 μF, the Ground fault indicator light must not light up. After the resistor has been removed, the display and the malfunction message must continue to be shown. To reset the ground fault monitoring function, press the Recessed button. 18-Jun-2015 | 04 | F01U306898 Operation manual...
PAVIRO Amplifier Maintenance | en Maintenance Firmware update IRIS-Net can be used to update the firmware on the device. Depending on the CAN data rate used, the update will take one or more minutes to complete. Since development work is always being performed in relation to all system software, it may be necessary to update the firmware on the controller.
en | Technical data PAVIRO Amplifier Technical data Specification Rated load impedance (output power) – 100 V 20 Ω (500 W) – 70 V 10 Ω (500 W) 2 ✕ 500 W Rated output power, 1 kHz, THD ≤ 1% Rated input voltage +6 dBu Max.
PAVIRO Amplifier Technical data | en Protection Audio input level limiter, RMS output power limiter, high temperature, DC, short circuit, mains undervoltage protection, DC supply undervoltage protection, inrush current limiter, ground fault Cooling Front-to-rear, temperature-controlled fans Operating temperature -5 °C to +45 °C Safety class Class I Electromagnetic environment...
en | Technical data PAVIRO Amplifier 10.1 Standards – EN 50130-4 – EN 50581 – EN 55103-1/2 – EN 61000-3-2/3 – EN 61000-6-3 – IEC 60065 – EN 60945 10.2 Power consumption 230 V/50 Hz operation BTU/h supply supply supply Standby 0.14 A 33.0 VA...