ASL Analog Intercom
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ASL Intercom
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eadquartered in Utrecht, the Netherlands,
ASL Intercom BV was established in 1985 by
current Managing Director Eric de Bruyn.
Formerly a founding principal of Ampco Pro Rent,
a highly regarded Dutch sound hire firm, de Bruyn
formed ASL Intercom with the immediate goal of
building intercoms suited to the extreme demands of live entertainment and broadcast production in both portable and installed systems.
The company has since broadened into industrial
and commercial applications, and now offers a
full line of analog, digital and wireless intercoms
backed by prompt, personalized technical support.
The ASL Analog Intercom line currently comprises
both the Basic Series and Pro Series of single and
multi-channel systems. ASL also offers the Wireless
Series intercoms (operating in the 2.4 GHz band),
the Cue Light System and a wide range of Intercom
Accessories.
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ASL Analog Intercom Systems
What’s Inside
ASL Analog Intercom systems have a proven track
record of reliable operation in the most demanding live production, broadcast and industrial
applications. Two Series are available to meet
every need, from single-channel systems with
only three or four user stations to highly complex,
multi-channel systems with multiple speaker stations as well as both wired and wireless beltpacks.
Regardless of system size, all ASL Analog Intercoms
are easy to install and simple to operate. Perhaps
most importantly, all will provide reliable and highly intelligible voice communications, even after
years of hard use in stressful work environments.
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Basic Series: Intercom Simplicity
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Pro Series: Simply the best in analog intercom
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Pro Series Master Stations
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Pro Series Speaker Stations and Beltpacks
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Pro Series Power Supplies and Interfaces
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Wireless intercom
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Cue Light System
Page 17 Accessories and Special Audio Products
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Technical Specifications
Page 19 System Configurations
Page 20 Contact info
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Basic Series: Intercom simplicity
The Basic Series provides a cost-effective solution in more limited applications that require full duplex,
party line communication. All interconnections are made with standard, balanced microphone cable
with XLR-3 connectors. Installation requires no expert knowledge, and clear layout of controls assures
trouble-free operation with a very short learning curve. A current-driven interconnect loop ensures that
operator listening levels do not change as stations are added to or removed from the network.
Features Summary
■■ Durable, lightweight ABS beltpack
■■ Visual and audible call system, with volume
trimmers
■■ Accepts dynamic or electret microphones
(phantom powering standard)
■■ Separate TALK and CALL functions, each with
LED indicators
■■ Auto-resetting switch-mode power supplies for
110 V or 240 V mains
■■ Proprietary frequency correction for enhanced
intelligibility
■■ Automatic headset detection
■■ Auxiliary program input
Features in Detail
Headphone Amplifiers – High-quality, pushpull headphone amplifiers contribute to a system
frequency response of 200 Hz to 15 kHz and a
dynamic range of 80 dB. Output is 500 mW @ 200
ohms. A proprietary frequency contouring circuit
optimizes voice range reproduction to ensure
exceptionally high intelligibility even in high ambient noise environments.
Headset Connections – Both the Master Station
and beltpack accept either dynamic or electret
microphones as standard. Mic gain is adjustable
internally for optimum results with any microphone. A headset detection circuit ensures the mic
pre-amp is active only when a headset is connected. A volume control enables the user to listen at
any desired volume, and to balance levels on the
two channels of the BS 216 Master Station.
BS 216 2-channel Master Station
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Side Tone – Each user station includes a side tone
trimmer for each channel to allow adjustment of
the operator’s voice level as heard through his or
her own headset or loudspeaker.
Switch-mode Power Supplies – In case of short
circuits, faulty wiring or excessive thermal conditions, the Power Supply will self-protect by
reducing power output, eventually shutting down
under prolonged extreme stress. Once the fault is
corrected, the power supply automatically resets
and restores normal operation.
TALK Function – TALK button with green LED indicator connects to all user stations and beltpacks
on the indicated channel.
CALL Function – The combined audible and
visual CALL alert adapts to both sound- and lightsensitive environments. An incoming or outgoing
call signal is indicated by a large red LED. Pushing
the CALL button for more than two seconds activates the internal BUZZER. Volume of the BUZZER
can be trimmed or muted.
AUX INPUT – The 2-channel Master Station
(BS 216) and Power Supply (BS 286) each offer a
balanced auxiliary input (individually attenuated)
normally used to carry the auditorium or on-air
program audio. Inputs may be switched between
line level and microphone level with 30 V DC
phantom powering.
Master Station
Power Supplies
BS 216 2-channel Master Station
The BS 216 is designed to function as the master
unit in an ASL Analog Intercom system. It is suitable for use in both portable and fixed installations. The BS 216 incorporates its own built-in
switch-mode universal power supply, and operates as a dual channel power supply for driving
connected beltpacks.
BS 181 1-channel Power Supply
The BS-181 is a 1-channel Power Supply housed
in a steel case. It has the capacity to power up to
fifteen BS 15 Beltpacks to full volume. The BS 181
enables cost-effective system powering when only
one channel is needed.
Product features in brief:
■■ Separate TALK and CALL buttons with LED indicators for each channel
■■ Volume control (LISTEN level) for each channel
■■ Power Supply capable of driving fifteen BS 15
Beltpacks to full volume
■■ AUX input volume control separately adjustable
for each channel
■■ 30 V DC phantom power at Aux input when ‘mic
level’ is selected
Beltpack
BS 15 1-channel Beltpack
The BS 15 is a 1-channel intercom station housed
in a strong, lightweight ABS case. It is powered via
the intercom line by a BS 216 Master Station or a
BS 181 / BS 286 Power Supply.
BS 286 2-channel Power Supply
The BS 286 is a 2-channel, switch-mode Power
Supply with an AUX input for program signals. It is
housed in a 1U steel rack-mount case. The BS 286
will safely drive fifteen BS 15 Beltpacks when each
is set to full volume. Separate volume controls for
the AUX input allow aux program levels for each
channel to be adjusted independently.
Talkpacks
The Basic Series products are also available as
Talkpacks (pre-packed intercom systems) in the
following configurations:
BS 181
BS 15
Talkpack 1
BS 216
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Talkpack 2
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Talkpack 2-1
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Talkpack 3
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HS-1/D
HS-2/D
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Talkpacks
BS 15 1-channel Beltpack
BS 181 1-channel Power Supply
BS 286 2-channel Power Supply
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Pro Series: Simply the best in analog intercom
The ASL Pro Series offers comprehensive and highly flexible systems solutions for full duplex, party-line
communications. The Pro Series can accommodate multiple channels, very large user station counts,
and both wired and wireless user stations. Though extensive configurations are possible, all interconnections are based on standard balanced microphone cable (XLR-3 connectors), and installation requires
no expert knowledge. Clear layout of controls makes operation essentially foolproof, even in under time
pressures and in low light environments. Exceptional build quality and careful quality control assure reliable performance for many years.
Features Summary
Latching or momentary function on TALK
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■■ User stations with 1, 2, 4 or 6 channels
■■ Beltpacks available with either lightweight ABS
or durable aluminum casings
■■ Separate CALL and TALK functions each with
large LED indicators
■■ Unique visual and audible call system with
volume trimmers
■■ Remote mic mute and audible call (buzzer) mute
■■ Accepts dynamic or electret microphones
(phantom power standard)
■■ Headphone volume and dynamic range exceed
industry norm
■■ Extended frequency response and proprietary
frequency correction for high intelligibility
■■ Individual side tone and buzzer volume
trimmers for each user station
■■ Auto resetting switch-mode power supplies
■■ Auxiliary program inputs
■■ Electronic switching
■■ Automatic headset detection
■■ Optional binaural headset operation on
multi-channel stations
■■ DC input
■■ System Link
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Headset Facilities – Both the Master Station and
Beltpack accept either dynamic or electret microphones as standard. Mic gain is adjustable internally for optimum results with any microphone. A
headset detection circuit ensures the mic pre-amp
is active only when a headset is connected.
Volume controls – Volume controls enable the
user to listen to each channel at any desired
volume, and to balance levels among channels on
multi-channel stations.
Optional Binaural Headset Connector – As an
option, an XLR-6 headset connector can be fitted
for use with binaural headsets. Internal jumpers
allow setting of channel assignments to either or
both headset transducers. On units with an AUX
input, the intercom channel can be routed to the
left headset can and the program channel to the
right transducer.
Switch-mode Power Supplies – In case of short
circuits, faulty wiring or excessive thermal conditions, the power supply will self-protect by
reducing power output, eventually shutting down
under prolonged extreme stress. Once the fault is
corrected, the power supply automatically resets
and restores normal operation.
TALK Function – TALK button with green LED indicator connects to all user stations and Beltpacks
on the indicated channel.
CALL Function – The combined audible and
visual CALL alert adapts to both sound- and lightsensitive environments. An incoming or outgoing
call signal is indicated by a large red LED. Pushing
the CALL button for more than two seconds activates the internal BUZZER. Volume of the BUZZER
can be trimmed or muted.
AUX INPUT – Power Supplies and Master Stations
offer a balanced auxiliary input normally used to
carry the auditorium or on-air program audio. The
line-level input has a “ground lift” switch.
MIC MUTE – An ALL MIC MUTE push button is
provided on each Master Station and Power Supply, allowing the user to temporarily mute the
microphones on all connected user stations. The
PS 4379 and PS 6379 also have separate MIC MUTE
buttons for each channel. All mics are muted automatically during power-up on the Master Station
or Power Supply.
BUZZER MUTE – A BUZZER MUTE push button on
each Master Station and Power Supply allows the
user to mute the buzzer on all connected user stations. The PS 4379 and PS 6379 additionally have
separate BUZZER MUTE push buttons for each
channel.
Side Tone – Each user station includes a side tone
trimmer for each channel to adjust level for the
operator’s voice as heard through his or her own
headset or loudspeaker.
Features in Detail
Headphone Amplifiers – High-quality, push-pull
headphone amplifiers contribute to a system
frequency response of 200 Hz to 15 kHz and a
dynamic range of 80 dB. Output is 1 W nominal @
200 ohms. A proprietary frequency contouring circuit optimizes voice range reproduction to ensure
exceptionally high intelligibility even in high ambient noise environments.
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Pro Series Master Stations
Pro Series Master Stations are available in rack mount and tabletop configurations, and each has its own
built-in power supply. Available models provide two channels (PS 279), four channels (PS 4379) or six
channels (PS 6379) of communication.
PS 4379 4-channel Master Station with Loudspeaker
PS 279 2-channel Master Speaker Station
The PS 279 is a 2-channel Master Speaker Station with a built-in power supply. Housed in a 1U
metal rack-mount frame, it provides all necessary
features for a 2-channel communications system
using Pro Series Beltpacks or Speaker Stations.
PS 4379 4-channel Master Station with Loudspeaker
The PS 4379 4-channel Master Station with Loudspeaker is fitted with an electret “noise canceling” gooseneck microphone and loudspeaker.
Also available is an “RM” version that replaces the
gooseneck microphone with a small, built-in electret mic. A 19” rack mount kit is available.
PS 6379 6-channel Master Station with Loudspeaker
The PS 6379 6-channel Master Station with Loudspeaker is fitted with an electret “noise canceling” gooseneck microphone and loudspeaker.
Also available is an “RM” version that replaces the
gooseneck microphone with a small, built-in electret mic. A 19” rack mount kit is available.
Additional features offered on all models:
SYSTEM LINK – An additional XLR-3 connector for
each channel allows connection to another ASL
system with matched impedance, and without
using power from the other system.
DC INPUT – A 12 – 28 V DC input allows connection to an external DC power supply, should
110/240 V mains power not be available, or should
battery backup power be required.
Additional features offered on PS 4379 and PS
6379 only:
STAGE ANNOUNCE – This push button routes the
local microphone signal to a line level output.
IFB – Any channel can be switched to IFB mode
for monitoring purposes or for one-way communication, i.e. director or producer to talent. If an
AUX signal is assigned to the IFB channel, volume
will be reduced by 50% with factory setting when
TALK button is pushed. Amount of attenuation is
user adjustable.
TALK TO ALL – Pushing and holding the TALK
TO ALL button sends the microphone signal to
all channels except those in IFB mode. However,
setting the “IFB in Talk All” DIP-switch to the ON
position will send the microphone signal to IFB
channels as well.
PS 6379 6-channel Master Station with Loudspeaker
CALL TO ALL – Pushing and holding CALL TO ALL
sends a call signal to all channels not in IFB mode.
NEAR STATION FUNCTION - To prevent system
feedback, two stations in the same room can be
linked as “near stations”. The listen level is dimmed
whenever one of the stations is talking on the
same channel as the linked station is currently
listening.
EXTENDED STATION – Two stations may be
linked for create a station with 8, 10 or 12 channels. When linked, one station will be the master
with an active gooseneck/electret microphone.
Speakers and microphones on the other units will
be switched off.
PS 279 2-channel Master Speaker Station
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Pro Series Speaker Stations and Beltpacks
ASL Pro Series Speaker Stations provide reliable, easy-to-use communication facilities for applications requiring one, two, four, or six intercom channels. Each is fitted with an internal loudspeaker and an electret
‘noise canceling’ gooseneck microphone. (Models with the suffix “RM” are identical except the gooseneck
microphone is replaced with a small electret microphone built into the front panel.) Speaker stations are
powered by Pro Series Master Stations or Power Supplies via the intercom party line. A rack-mount kit,
available for each model, enables mounting of the angled tabletop cabinet in a 2 U 19” rack space.
Speaker Stations
Common Features on All Units:
■■ Accepts dynamic or electret microphones as
standard. Mic gain for gooseneck or headset
mics is adjustable internally.
■■ TALK and CALL functions
■■ MIC Mute (through PSU or Master Station)
■■ BUZZER MUTE (through PSU or Master Station)
■■ VOLUME Control for each channel
PS 130 1-channel Speaker Station
With the PS 130 1-channel Speaker Station, speech
intelligibility is optimized though use of low-noise,
high-speed op-amps, a speech presence filter,
and a specially developed bridged headphone
amplifier. The front panel incorporates a Volume
(listen level) control; Talk and Call buttons; and
trimmers for buzzer volume, speaker attenuation,
and side tone. An input limiter allows close-up use
of the microphone without overload and distortion. Loudspeaker dimming is automatic when the
microphone is in use. A front-panel connector is
provided for use of a handset or headset; microphone and speaker are disabled automatically.
Communication is clear and comfortable even in
high-noise environments. Intercom connector is
on the side panel to accommodate surface mounting on a wall.
PS 230 2-channel Speaker Station
The PS 230 2-channel Speaker Station incorporates
all features of the PS 130, with availability of two
intercom channels, each with separate volume
control. Additionally, a XLR-6 binaural headset
connector option is available. When connected
to a binaural headset, the user hears channel A in
one can and channel B in the other.
PS 430 4-channel Speaker Station
Designed for 4-channel applications, the PS 430
incorporates all features of the PS 130 and PS 230,
including the binaural headset option. Internal
jumpers allow each channel to be assigned to
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PS 130 1-channel Speaker Station
PS 230 2-channel Speaker Station
either the left or right headset can, or to both. It
also includes a master volume control.
PS 630 6-channel Speaker Station
Designed for 6-channel applications, the PS 630
incorporates all features of the PS 130 and PS 430.
Additionally, it offers a separate electronically balanced PROGRAM input for local monitoring of an
audio signal with separate volume control; and an
electronically balanced output of the microphone.
For each channel, separate XLR connectors for
input and link are provided on the rear panel.
PS 430 4-channel Speaker Station
PS 630 6-channel Speaker Station
Beltpacks
The ASL Pro Series offers six beltpack options, with
three each in ABS or metal cases. (Metal case designated by the suffix “M”.) All are powered via the
intercom party line by a Master Speaker Station or
Power Supply, Also, all six feature a sprung metal
belt clip.
The corresponding models in metal and ABS cases
are functionally identical, allowing both types to
be “mixed and matched” in any system
PS 130 1-channel Speaker Station (rack mounted)
PS 230 2-channel Speaker Station (rack mounted)
PS 430 4-channel Speaker Station (rack mounted)
PS 630 6-channel Speaker Station (rack mounted)
PS 19/19M 1-channel Beltpacks
PS 29/29M 2-channel Beltpacks
PS 29/29M 2-channel Beltpack
2-channel Beltpack in ABS case (PS 29) or metal
case (PS 29M). A binaural headset connector is
optional.
PS 19/19M 1-channel Beltpacks
1-channel Beltpack in ABS case (PS 19) or metal
case (PS 19M).
PS 19A /PS 19AM 1-channel Beltpacks with
Program Input
1-channel Beltpacks with program (AUX) input
and separate volume control in ABS case (PS 19A)
or metal case (PS 19AM). A binaural headset connector is optional.
PS 19A/PS 19AM 1-channel Beltpacks with Program Input
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Pro Series Power Supplies and Interfaces
Pro Series Power Supplies are designed to provide the required DC voltage needed to power for Pro
Series Beltpacks or Speaker Stations. Three different Power Supply models are offered to fit the needs of
various intercom system configurations with either two or six channels. All are housed in rugged, 1U rackmount frames. Three Pro Series Interfaces are available that afford maximum flexibility in system configuration, and also maintain seamless compatibility with existing communication and auxiliary systems.
Power Supplies
Interfaces
PS 289 2-channel Power Supply
The PS 289 is a 2-channel Power Supply housed in
a 1U metal case. It provides power and all necessary features for a 2-channel communications
system comprising up to 20 Pro Series Beltpacks or
10 Pro Series Speaker Stations. Individual volume
controls are provided for each of two AUX inputs.
The PS 289 also features MIC Mute, BUZZER Mute,
System Link, and DC Input.
PS 260/T 2-channel 4-Wire Interface
The PS 260/T 2-channel 4-Wire Interface enables
connection of an ASL Pro Series intercom system to external audio equipment or to a 4-wire
intercom system. Fixed 4-wire systems can be
temporarily extended with ASL intercom stations,
or a 4-wire TV camera intercom can be connected
directly to an ASL network. Other applications
include injection of external audio signal directly
into the ASL intercom channels, or monitoring of
the intercom signals by recording devices or paging systems.
PS 285 2-channel Booster Power Supply
The PS 285 2-channel Booster Power Supply
functions as an auxiliary 2-channel Power Supply
should the main Power Supply be insufficient to
drive the required number of user stations. The
unit is placed in the network to feed a dedicated
group of user stations; powering is sufficient for
20 Pro Series Beltpacks or 10 Speaker Stations. The
PS 285 also features a remote controlled Standby
mode.
PS 680 6-channel Power Supply
The PS 680 is a 6-channel Power Supply with all
features necessary for a 6-channel communication
system using Pro Series Beltpacks and Speaker
Stations. Power capacity allows use with up to
40 beltpacks and 20 Speaker Stations. A front
panel matrix enables independent assignment
of two AUX program inputs to any or all intercom
channels. In addition to global MIC and BUZZER
Mute switches, the PS 680 provides a 25-pin D-sub
connector on the rear panel for connection to an
external switch box with push-buttons for remote
MIC or BUZZER mute on each channel independently. Individual volume controls are provided for
each of two AUX inputs. AUX inputs (Mic or Line
level).
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VOX – Transmit mode enabled by an audio detection circuit on the wired intercom. The VOX circuit
includes a special frequency contouring circuit for
the human voice, with attack and release times
adjustable on the PS 155 front panel.
CALL – Transmit mode enabled by pushing
any CALL button on connected intercom units.
All audio present at the wired intercom will be
broadcast into the wireless system. Buzzers of all
connected stations are automatically disabled in
this mode.
PS 155 Wireless Interface
PS 260/T 2-channel 4-Wire Interface
PS 150 1-channel Telephone Interface
The PS 150 1-channel Telephone Interface connects an ASL Pro Series intercom with a telephone
or 2-wire system. It enables communication
between an ASL intercom network and a standard
telephone, or between two ASL intercom networks via a telephone line.
PS 155 Wireless Interface
The PS 155 is a 1-channel audio interface for connecting simplex wireless intercom systems (PTT
wireless intercom i.e. Motorola, Kenwood) to all
ASL Analog Intercom systems.. Special attention
has been paid to ease of operation, enabling users
to expand a wired ASL intercom with a locally approved wireless intercom subsystem.
Three modes are available to switch between send
and receive, selectable on the front panel. The
modes are:
PS 289 2-channel Power Supply
PS 285 2-channel Booster Power Supply
PTT – Transmit mode enabled via an external
switch connected to the PS 155.
PS 150 1-channel Telephone Interface
PS 680 6-channel Power Supply
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Wireless Intercom
The ASL Wireless Intercom allows simple, reliable expansion of a wired intercom system for greater flexibility in applications where user mobility is of paramount importance. ASL wireless systems are short-to
medium range and can be configured using 1- or 2-channel Beltpacks, and either 2- or 4-channel wireless
base stations. The system operates within the global license-exempt frequency of 2.4 GHz, with a maximum of eight full duplex wireless intercom connections available. An audio frequency range of 100 Hz –
12 kHz allows high speech intelligibility as well as a natural voice quality that prevents listener fatigue.
WS 19 1-channel Wireless Beltpack
Base Stations
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System Specifications
Frequency range: 2.4 - 2.483 GHz
Channel bandwidth: 7 MHz
Number of full duplex RF connections: 8
TX output power: 12 dBm
Receive sensitivity: -91 dBm
Audio sample rate: 24 kHz
Audio quality: 16 bits TX output
WS 200 2-channel Wireless Base Station
For full duplex connections, the WS 200 2-channel
Wireless Base Station contains two send/receive
modules. A maximum of eight full duplex connections at one location is possible by connecting either two WS 400 stations or four WS 200 stations.
Interfacing to a Wired Intercom – Using switches
on the rear panel of the base station, each send/
receive unit may be routed to either the built-in
two-channel (A and B) partyline interface, or
to a 4-wire intercom system. Input and output
volumes can be adjusted using trimmers on the
rear panel of the base station.
WS 29 2-channel Wireless Beltpack
WS 400 4-channel Wireless Base Station
For full duplex connections, the WS 400 4-channel
Wireless Base Station contains four send/receive
modules. A maximum of eight full duplex connections at one location is possible by connecting either two WS 400 stations or four WS 200 stations.
Beltpacks
WS 19 1-channel Wireless Beltpack
The WS 19 1-channel Wireless Beltpack features
a Volume Control, TALK and CALL functions with
LED indicators, a MIC mute circuit, and a BUZZER
mute circuit.
WS 29 2-channel Wireless Beltpack
The WS 29 2-channel Wireless Beltpack features
a Volume Control, TALK and CALL functions with
LED indicators, a MIC mute circuit, and a BUZZER
mute circuit. In addition, the WS 29 also offers a
MIX control that allows a user to listen to either
Channel A, Channel B or to both channels at any
required relative level balance.
WS 400 4-channel Wireless Base Station
WS 200 2-channel Wireless Base Station
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Cue Light System
Accessories and Special Audio Products
The complete ASL Cue Light system consists of one or more TS 120 12-channel Master Stations, the
required number of TS 10 Cue Light Receivers, and the optional TS 99 Preset Control unit. Connections
between Master Stations and Receivers utilize standard microphone cables with XLR-3 connectors.
ASL provides a complete array of intercom accessories, allowing system designers to customize each
intercom configuration to match specific application requirements. All ASL accessories are designed to
exacting tolerances, and manufactured using high-grade components, in order to provide years of reliable service in either portable/touring or fixed installation applications.
Two or more TS 120 Master Stations can be interlinked using the D9 connectors on the rear panel. Linking
two units, for example, creates a 24-channel cue light system. Up to twelve units may be linked in this
manner, for a maximum of 144 channels. Regardless of how many units are linked, only one TS 99 Preset
Controller is required.
TS 120 Cue Light Master Station
This 2U rack-mount unit includes 12 cue light
channels, plus two global push buttons for “All
Selected Channels Go” and “Clear.” Each cue light
channel has push buttons for ATTN (attention)
and GO, with a bi-color status LED that illuminates
red in ATTN mode and green in GO mode. The
presence of a connected TS 10 receiver is detected
automatically; if no receiver is present, the channel
is ignored by the TS 120. The auto-select power
supply may be connected to voltages from 100 –
240 V at 50 or 60 Hz.
TS 10 Cue Light Receiver
This ABS box has a large red LED indicating the
ATTN (Attention) signal, an acknowledge (ACKN)
button and a large green LED indicating the GO
signal. The TS 10 receiver is powered by the TS 120
Cue Light Master Station.
TS 99 Cue Light Preset Control
The TS 99 Preset Control is powered by the TS
120 via the interconnecting cable. It can hold a
maximum of 100 presets, stored in non volatile
memory. Each preset is a selection out of maximum 144 channels, obtained when twelve TS 120
master stations are linked (see above ‘Linking two
or more TS 120 Master Stations’). Each preset has
its page number, which is selected and displayed
in the LED screen by using the ‘up’ and ‘down’
push buttons.
TS 99 Cue Light Preset Control
TS 10 Cue Light Receiver
IS BLINQ LED CALL Light
The XLR-3 connector is mountable to the
output of a Beltpack or to an XLR microphone cable connected to an ASL Intercom
output.
HS-1/D Headphones
HS-1/D is a lightweight, half open, single
muff headset with dynamic microphone,
cable and XLR-4 connector.
IS 141 Sound and Light CALL Beacon
The CALL light consists of red, dimmable
LEDs. The high volume buzzer can be adjusted or completely switched off.
HS-2/D Headphones
HS-2/D is a lightweight, half open, double
muff headset with dynamic microphone,
cable and XLR-4 connector.
IS Series Split Box
The IS 026 Intercom line Split Box features
two XLR-3 female into six XLR-3 male connectors.
HR-2/E Headphones
HR-2/E is a double muff, closed headset
with noise canceling electret microphone
(left or right-side use), cable and XLR-4
connector.
IS 011/IS011A/IS011B
Wall Boxes for intercom lines. Surface or
flush mounting.
IS 01 Extension Spiral Cable
The IS 01 Spiral Extension Cable is fitted with
XLR-3 connectors and will extend up to 3.5 m.
TR-2 Transformer
Transformers are sometimes the only way
to interconnect audio equipment safely
and properly. The TR-2 is fitted with professional (broadcast) specification transformers and all the required connectors.
IS 02 Headset Extension Cable
The IS 02 is a 3 m Headset Extension Cable
fitted with an XLR-4 connector.
IS 03 Intercom Handset
TS 120 Cue Light Master Station
IS Series Matrix Switches
The IS 640/12 and IS 640/18 Matrix Switches assign either 12 or 18 intercom lines to 6 intercom
channels (19”/1U). Units can easily be interconnected by a flat cable allowing the user to extend
the number of intercom lines indefinitely.
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Technical Specifications
Direct Mic Outputs (PS 630/4379/6379)
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Dynamic range: 80 dB (1 kHz, THD < 1%)
Call signal (send): 2.8 mA
Call signal threshold (receive): +2.4 V DC
Supply voltage: +30 V DC (12 to 32 V DC)
Power interrupt time (mic mute): 0.1 sec
Intercom Line
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Impedance: 350 ohm (1 kHz) / 2.2 kOhms (DC)
Audio level: nom. -18 dBu, max. +4 dBu
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Mains voltage range: 100 - 240 V AC, 50/60Hz
Output voltage: +30 V DC (+/- 5%)
Max. output power:
■■ PS 285: 45 W
■■ PS 279/289: 75 W
■■ PS 680: 2x 45 W
■■ PS 4379: 100 W
■■ PS 6379: 150 W
Mic Pre-amps
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Gooseneck microphone: Noise cancelling electret
Headset mic impedance: 200 ohms
Gain: 40 – 60 dB (adjustable internally)
Presence filter: +6 dB at 5 kHz
Frequency response:: 200 Hz - 15 kHz (-3 dB)
Power to electret mic: +9 V DC
Limiter range (gooseneck mic): 30 dB
Headphones Driver Amps
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Max. Output Level:
■■ normal: 14 Vrms (@ 200 ohms)
■■ binaural: 2 x 10.6 Vrms (@ 400 ohms)
Max. Output Power:
■■ normal: 1 Wrms (@ 200 ohms)
■■ binaural: 2 x 0.28 Wrms (@ 400 ohms)
■■
■■
■■
Speaker impedance: 25 ohms
Max. output Power: 2.9 Wrms
Side Tone
■■
■■
■■
■■
■■
■■
■■
■■
■■
■■
■■
Input impedance: 11 kOhms
Gain: 0 dB (line level)
Nominal input level: -20 to +10 dBu (line level)
Max. Input level: +21 dBu (line level)
Aux Input (PS 680)
■■
■■
■■
■■
18
Input impedance:
■■ 30 kOhms (line level)
■■ 4.6 kOhms (mic level)
Nominal input level:
■■ -18 to +6 dBu (line level)
■■ -38 to -14 dBu (mic level)
Max. input level:
■■ +22 dBu (line level)
■■ +2 dBu (mic level)
Phantom power: +30 V DC (mic level selected)
PS 230
PS 130
A
B
B
C
AUX
Impedance: 350 ohm (1kHz) / 2.2 kOhms (DC)
Audio level: nom. -18 dBu, max. +4 dBu
IS 141
Mic
Direct
Out
2-CHANNEL INTERCOM NETWORK / BASIC SERIES
Stage
Announce
Out
PS
19AM
PGM
4-CHANNEL INTERCOM NETWORK / PRO SERIES
■■
■■
■■
Mains voltage range: 100 - 240 V AC, 50/60Hz
Output voltage: +30 V DC (+/- 5%)
Max. output power: 45 W
Mic Pre-amps
■■
■■
■■
■■
■■
Headset mic impedance: 200 ohms
Gain: 40 – 60 dB (adjustable internally)
Presence filter: +6 dB at 5 kHz
Frequency response:: 200 Hz – 15 kHz (-3 dB)
Power to electret mic: +9 V DC
PS 19
PS 19
PS 29
PS 19A
PGM
PS 279
PS 19M
AUX
A
Headphone Driver Amps
■■
■■
PS 230
PS 19AM
PS 29M
PGM
PS 130
B
Max. output level: 10.6 Vrms (@ 200 ohms)
Max. output power: 0.5 Wrms (@ 200 ohms)
PS 279
PS 150
PS 260
PS 155
Side Tone
Rejection: 0 - 30 dB adjustable
TELEPHONE LINE
AUX
PHONE
Buzzer
■■
CAMERA 1
CAMERA 2
Max. SPL: 100 dBA
Aux Inputs (BS 216/286)
■■
■■
■■
Input Impedance:
■■ 30 kOhms (line level)
■■ 4.6 kOhms (mic level)
Nominal input level:
■■ -18 to +6 dBu (line level)
■■ -38 to -14 dBu (mic level)
Max. input level:
■■ +22 dBu (line level)
■■ +2 dBu (mic level)
Phantom power: +30 V DC (mic level selected)
2-CHANNEL INTERCOM NETWORK WITH WIRELESS INTERFACE
WS 19
WS 19
0 dBu defined as 775 mVrms into open circuit
1
WS 19
2
3
2-CHANNEL INTERCOM NETWORK WITH AUDIO INTERFACE AND TELEPHONE INTERFACE
WS 19
4
Aux Inputs (PS 279/289/4379/6379)
■■
PS 130
Switch-Mode Power Supplies (BS 216/181/286)
Max. SPL: 100 dBA
Input impedance: 47 kOhms
Nominal input Level: -12 to +6 dBu
Max. input level: +16 dBu
PS 29M
BS 15
Dynamic range: 80 dB (1 kHz, THD < 1%)
Call signal (send) : 2.8 mA
Call signal threshold (receive): +2.4 V DC
Supply voltage: +30 V DC (12 V to 32 V DC)
Intercom Line
■■
■■
PS 19M
D
Program Inputs (PS 630/4379/6379)
■■
PS 430
A
Supply voltage: 12 – 28 V DC
System
Rejection: 0 - 30 dB adjustable
Buzzer
BS 15
Basic Series Specifications
■■
Speaker Driver Amps
(PS 130/230/430/630/4379/6379)
BS 15
DC Inputs (PS 279/289/4379/6379)
■■
Switch-Mode Power Supplies
Output impedance: 50 ohms (balanced)
Nominal output Level: +6 dBu
Max. output Level: +24 dBu
PS 4379
■■
■■
AUX
PGM
IFB
■■
System
BS 216
Pro Series Specifications
System Configurations
TR-2 Technical Specifications
■■
■■
■■
■■
■■
Max. output level: +26 dBu
Frequency response: 12 Hz - 40 kHz (+/- 0.25 dB)
Total harmonic distortion:
■■ < 0.02% at any output level up to 0 dB
■■ < 0.03% at any output level up to +10 dB
Insertion loss: 1.6 dB
Common mode rejection ratio:
■■ at 50 Hz: 78 dB
■■ at 1 kHz: 69 dB
■■ at 20 kHz: 42 dB
ASL reserve the right to alter specifications without further notice.
1
3
2
WS 400
WS 19
WS 19
WS 19
WS 19
WS 19
WS 19
WS 19
WS 19
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
4
PS 19
PS 19
PS 279
PS 29
PS 19A
PGM
1
3
2
WS 400
4
LINK CABLE
5
7
6
WS 400
8
AUX
A
B
INTERCOM LINE FROM WIRED SYSTEM
2-CHANNEL INTERCOM NETWORK WITH 4 WIRELESS BELTPACKS
2 WIRELESS BELTPAKCS ON LINE A - 2 WIRELESS BELTPACKS ON LINE B
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF WIRELESS BELT PACKS CONFIGURATION
19
ASL INTERCOM BV., Utrecht, Holland
Phone +31 30 2411901, fax +31 30 2667373
info@asl-inter.com
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