Setup Guidelines for LDS Systems Using 884+

Setup Guidelines for LDS Systems
Using 884+ Mixers
HE/LE/SG 98 Checkout Procedure Guidelines
See inside this cover for Technical Support information
ver: “Orange-E” - 1 Feb 2008
Welcome to the LDS Orange
Setup Guide for LDS Systems
Using 884+ Mixers
The LDS system setups (Heritage, Legacy, Sage, Cody, and
retrofits) are very specific. A unique FLASH ROM image is provided
in the 884+LDS to conform to the logic table specified by the LDS
church.
This version of the LDS Setup Guide contains information on the
new 884-IF, which is now specified. The 884-IF Provides for
simplified, trouble-free interface between the system in the rack and the
external controls, indicators and sensors, consolidates components
which were formerly external to the main system, and allows uniform,
user-friendly trouble shooting during installation.
The 884-IF will save installation time, eliminate at least 80% of the
point-to-point wiring that was formerly required, and make troubleshooting easier and less time consuming, thus allowing faster, smoother,
more reliable installations and fewer call backs.
System Support: While the 884-IF has made installation simpler
and less time consuming, there will always arise questions from time to
time. Ivie is committed to providing the support necessary to assure that
these systems go in smoothly and operate as the LDS Church A&E
Department intended.
If you have questions from a jobsite or in the shop, you should
contact your own company’s designated LDS system support person
before contacing Ivie. If your support person can’t help or is not
available, then to to Step Two below, and contact Ivie directly.
Step two - if you can’t reach your company support person then contact
Ivie Technologies. We are available from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday
through Friday.
Ivie Technologies Tech Support: 801-766-7600
Note: The information contained herein is the latest and most correct available. If any
information you have on architectural/engineering drawings conflicts with this, we suggest
a prudent approach would be to contact the Consultant involved and resolve those
inconsistencies before installation.
HE/LE/SG 98 Checkout Procedure
Table of Contents
Setup Suggestions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Internal Switch Settings Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Preamplifier Switch Control Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
884-IF Harness Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
884-IF Wiring Diagram (color) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
2-Door / 1-Door Cody Retrofit Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Preset 0 Base Config. & Editing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Preset 1 Config. & Editing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-13
Preset 13 Config. & Editing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-15
Preset 14 Config. & Editing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-17
CS-884 & CP-884 Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
IR-1 Infrared Door Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-20
CC-884 Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
RJ45 Connector Wiring Standard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
RJ45 Connector Wiring and Ivie Remote Control Issues . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Function Out Theory of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Troubleshooting LED/Relay/Function Out Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
HE/LE/SG98 Checkout Procedure
16 Apr 2002
1) While monitoring the 884 with a computer check all switches, LEDs, Pots and IR sensors for proper function.
Confirming proper function of these external devices will accomplish 90% of your trouble shooting up
front.
2) Confirm proper programming of Matrix mixer and Parametric EQ.
MIXER:
• Switch types - Edit, Switch types. All set to “A” except Combine 3+4, 4+5, 5+6, and 8+1, which should
be set to “M”.
• Preset Zero (Base Config.)**
• Preset 1**
• Preset 13 - Satellite**
• Preset 14 - Auto/Manual**
• Software enable ALC on mic inputs 1, 2, 3, 4 (Automix, ALC & VOX Sense)
• Software enable “last on” for auto-mix circuit “W” (Automix, Automix parameters)
• Assure that the appropriate jumper for the desired meetinghouse configuration is in place (see the “884+
Connection” page for jumper placement. Note that the Legacy plan does not use a jumper).
**See following pages for preset programming instructions and external sensor/pot/switch wiring
diagram.
EQ:
626 Setup and Compatibility Suggestions
a. If you want to use setup files to upload to the 626 at the start of your job, the filename must have the extension
“.626". The file we use at the factory is named “lds.626.” All of the information related to the settings of the 626
are contained in one file. We recommend that you create a generic LDS config file to start out with; one that will
configure the templates and presets to something near what you will need for an LDS job. This will save a great
deal of time on the job site.
A setup file which includes the basic information for an LDS job is available at the Ivie web site. We make no
claims as the completeness of the file, or its full compatibility with your needs, but you may download it from:
ftp:///www.ivie.com/lds2000.626.
It is not necessary to load a separate “template file” into the 626.
b. If you are starting out from scratch, the first thing you’ll need to do is configure the DSP Templates. This is
done from the Edit pull-down menu: choose “DSP Configure.” Please refer to pp. 5-7 of the 626 manual. Once
you have configured a template, you can copy that template to one or all presets with a single command.
c. Input Port Configuration: The 626 must be configured to activate a given preset based upon which
combination of Preset Port hardware terminals are activated -- i.e "pulled to ground"-- by the Ivie 884+ mixer.
Two things must be accomplished: 1) The 884+ Mixer must be wired to the 626 DSP AND 2) the 626 must have
its input port configuration programmed as shown below.
PRESET PORT TERMINAL CONNECTIONS
Ivie 884+ Mixer Terminal
Ivie 626 DSP Terminals
MSTR TAPE OUT "A" ========> PRESET ACTIVATION 1
MSTR TAPE OUT "B" ========> PRESET ACTIVATION 2
MSTR TAPE OUT "C" ========> PRESET ACTIVATION 3
MSTR TAPE OUT "D" ========> PRESET ACTIVATION 4
IVIE 626 DSP UNIVERSAL PRESET PORT CONFIGURATION
Decimal
Decimal
Decimal
Decimal
Decimal
Decimal
Decimal
Decimal
Decimal
Decimal
Decimal
Decimal
Decimal
Decimal
Decimal
Decimal
Decimal
Decimal
Decimal
Decimal
Decimal
Decimal
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Preset Port Terminals
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0
0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1
0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0
0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1
0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1
0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0
0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1
0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0
0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1
Assigned Preset
No Change
Preset 1
Preset 2
Preset 3
Preset 4
Preset 5
Preset 6
Preset 7
Preset 8
Preset 9
Preset 10
Preset 11
Preset 12
Preset 13
Preset 14
Preset 15
No Change
Preset 1
Preset 1
Preset 9
3) Verify that the 884+ talks to the 626 properly by assuring that each system mode in the 884+ brings up the
right preset in the 626. Don’t bother programming the channel selects, delays, etc., in the 626 at this time.
4) Do an audio “rough check” by “talking the system out.”
5) Equalize the chapel and the cultural center systems. Place the settings in the 626 preset # 10.
6) Load the EQ settings from preset # 10 into each of the 626 presets. This is easily done by right-clicking
anywhere in the blue area of the 626 main software control screen and selecting “Copy Entire Preset.” Right-click
again, and you can choose to “Paste Entire Preset (All 16 Presets)”.
7) With the power amps off, set ALC in Chapel. ALC in LDS chapels is an “attenuate only” type of Automatic
Level Control. To set ALC, follow this procedure. Use the pulpit microphone.
First, turn off the power amplifier that feeds the chapel. You do not need to listen to the sound system at this
point. Listening while you make these adjustments may well affect your ALC setting adversely.
Activate ALC in inputs 1, 2, 3, 4: With the Ivie AudioNet® software running and connected to the 884+, access
the “ALC and Vox Sens” item in the Automix pulldown menu. Make sure that ALC is activated for channels 1, 2,
3, 4. Click on “Close.”
Adjust and set ALC: From the Automix pulldown menu, select “ALC Levels.” You will see a “virtual chart
recorder: pop up on the screen. Make sure that the input number for the mic you are interested in is selected for
the red “pen”. To do this for the pulpit mic, make sure that channel 1 is selected under the red “Chnl” column.
Attack and Release Time settings should be the default settings.
In the ALC “chart recorder” window, access the “Set ALC Target Level” pull down menu, and select -10dBu.
This will temporarily set ALC so that gain reduction will begin to occur when a
-10dBu level is present at the input to the matrix bus.
Assure that the software input level control is set to 0. Now have someone speak into the pulpit microphone in a
“normal” speaking voice. Adjust the input “trim” control for the pulpit microphone until normal speech causes the
red chart recorder pen to just begin to slightly “bobble” at the upper levels of normal speech. Note: You will have
to click on “Resume ALC Scrolling” after making an input level adjustment; this is normal.
Having set the pulpit microphone input trim to achieve some very slight “pen bobbling” with normal speech and a
target level of -10 dBu, now access the “Set ALC Target Level” pull down menu again, and change the setting to 6 dBu. Doing so will allow 4 dB more ALC “dynamic headroom,” which gives speech a very natural sound and
masks the operation of the ALC.
Note: Do not set ALC target levels with the other microphones.
8) Set Chapel system levels for appropriate Gain-Before-Feedback in the room at the amplifiers. In order to do
this you may wish to consider temporarily turning off the ALC function on the microphones in the chapel. To do
this, access the Automix pull down menu, select “ALC and Vox Sense” and un-click the ALC selections on mics
1, 2, 3, and 4. Make your gain adjustments at the amplifier, and then be sure to enable ALC for mics 1, 2, 3, and
4 again.
9) For each of the other microphone inputs in the chapel, use the software “trim” control and adjust for
appropriate level in the room by ear.
10) Set “Sticky Level” for Output A on the mixer. See the Sticky Level instructions on the CP-884A page in this
booklet.
11) Set Cultural Center power amps for good balance with the Chapel.
12) Set Auto/Man Levels in Cultural Center. For setup of the three Cultural Center mics, we recommend the
following (post EQ setup, of course):
a) Set level controls for these three mics to “-6".
b) Now use the “Trim” function with a microphone plugged in and the system active to set the levels for
appropriate (just below feedback) “automatic” operation. When the proper level is attained with Trim, save the
settings to the Base preset (press “Level Save”).
c) When the user presses the “manual” button in the CC884 to go into manual operation, the system will
revert control of levels to the manual controls in the CC884, and will allow level to go up to “0”. This will allow
the system to go marginally higher in level, as is required.
See Following Page for Internal Input Switch Settings
Settings
Rolloff: All inputs set to "Flat"
Mic/Line: Input 5 set to "Line", all others set to "Mic"
Phantom Pwr: Input 5 set to "off", all others set to "on"
+30/+50: Inputs 1 & 5 set to "+30+, all others set to "+50"
Note: See next page for instructions. Mic/Line setting
requires TWO switches.
LOGIC OUTS
NORMAL TAPE OUTS
OUTPUTS A, B, C, & D
INPUTS 1, 2, 3, & 4
INPUTS 5, 6, 7, & 8
INTERNAL SWITCH SETTINGS FOR LDS MIXERS
Microphone Preamplifier Controls for 884+ LDS Mixers
There are two different Mother/Daughter-board combinations. The drawing that pertains to your
mixer may be determined observing the High Pass DIP switches on the mother-board. Choose
the drawing which agrees with the DIP switch configuration on your unit's mother-board.
Front of Mixer
High Pass Dip Switch
Input Channel High Pass filters
Flat = Filter bypassed
CUT = Filter in circuit
CH2 FLAT
CH1 FLAT
CH4 FLAT
CH3 FLAT
CUT HP FILTER
CUT HP FILTER
CUT HP FILTER
CUT HP FILTER
CH6 FLAT
CH5 FLAT
CUT HP FILTER
CUT HP FILTER
CH8 FLAT
CH7 FLAT
CUT HP FILTER
CUT HP FILTER
CH8
LINE/MIC
LINE/MIC
PH PWR
30/50
CH6
CH7
30/50
CH4
CH5
LINE/MIC
LINE/MIC
PH PWR
CHANNEL 4
50dB GAIN
MIC INPUT
MIC INPUT
PH. PWR ON
30dB GAIN
LINE INPUT
LINE INPUT
PH. PWR OFF
30dB GAIN
LINE INPUT
LINE INPUT
PH. PWR OFF
CHANNEL 4
30/50
LINE/MIC
LINE/MIC
PH PWR
50dB GAIN
MIC INPUT
MIC INPUT
PH. PWR ON
CHANNEL 3
CH2
CH3
CHANNEL 3
LINE/MIC
LINE/MIC
PH PWR
30/50
CH1
Mixer mother-board
NOTE: BOTH LINE/MIC SWITCHES
MUST BE BE SET THE SAME
Preamp daughter-board
NOTE: BOTH LINE/MIC SWITCHES
MUST BE BE SET THE SAME
Input Connector 1-4
Input Connector 5-8
High Pass Dip Switch
Front of Mixer
These four switches
on each DIP package
are disabled
Input Channel High Pass filters
Flat = Filter bypassed
CUT = Filter in circuit
CH2 FLAT
CH1 FLAT
CH4 FLAT
CH3 FLAT
CUT HP FILTER
CUT HP FILTER
CUT HP FILTER
CUT HP FILTER
CH6 FLAT
CH5 FLAT
CUT HP FILTER
CUT HP FILTER
CH8
LINE/MIC
LINE/MIC
PH PWR
30/50
CH6
CH7
LINE/MIC
LINE/MIC
PH PWR
CH4
CH5
30dB GAIN
LINE INPUT
LINE INPUT
PH. PWR OFF
30/50
50dB GAIN
MIC INPUT
MIC INPUT
PH. PWR ON
CHANNEL 4
CHANNEL 4
30/50
30dB GAIN
LINE INPUT
LINE INPUT
PH. PWR OFF
LINE/MIC
LINE/MIC
PH PWR
50dB GAIN
MIC INPUT
MIC INPUT
PH. PWR ON
CHANNEL 3
CH2
CH3
CHANNEL 3
LINE/MIC
LINE/MIC
PH PWR
30/50
CH1
Mixer mother-board
NOTE: BOTH LINE/MIC SWITCHES
MUST BE BE SET THE SAME
Preamp daughter-board
NOTE: BOTH LINE/MIC SWITCHES
MUST BE BE SET THE SAME
Input Connector 1-4
Input Connector 5-8
Rev. 5 May 2001
Input Connections
Outputs to Amplifiers
INPUT CH.3
INPUT CH.4
FUNCTION OUT
1
2
1
7
2 3 4
Model - 884-IF
Ivie Technologies, Inc.
Lehi, UT
Made in USA
Note 1
This LED is a SPECIAL MONITOR. It Should
ALWAYS be lit. If it is not lit, there is a
problem with the RMT+ power supplied by the
884+. Most likely the problem is due to a
short somewhere in the wiring of the CP-884,
CS-884 or CC-884 remote controls. If the
RMT+ LED is off, first check the connection to
the 884+. Then disconnect ALL RJ45
connectors going to the CP-884, CS-884 and
the two going to the CC-884. If the LED lights
while the remotes are disconnected the RMT+
is being shorted to ground somewhere in the
wiring associated with the remotes.
Note 2
The SAGE jumper must be installed when the
884+ LDS is used in a SAGE meetinghouse.
It is NOT installed for HERITAGE or LEGACY
meetinghouses.
INPUT CH.5
INPUT CH.6
INPUT CH.7
INPUT CH.8
CH5 CH6 CH7 CH8
PRESET
1
2 3 4
5
CH DIRECT OUT
6 7
CH.1 CH.2 CH.3 CH.4
FUNCTION OUT
5
6
7 8 8
PRESET
SAGE JUMPER - See Note 2
Logic/Tape
output to 626
ORGAN SAT
Ivie 884-IF Harness Wiring Diagram
CH DIRECT OUT
9 10 11 12 13 14
TAPE
CH.5 CH.6 CH.7 CH.8
Overflow Relay
Lights when OVERFLOW RELAY is activated OV Rly
6
INPUT B
To the Overflow Loudspeakers
OUTPUT INPUT
REMOTE LEVEL
INPUT B
Light-Brown-Brown--
OUTPUT INPUT
3
INPUT CH.2
CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4
OUTPUT INPUT
RMT+
CPpwr
Sat ON
CCpwr
CC A/M
Door 3
Door 2
Door 1
INPUT A
5
INPUT CH.1
--Blue
--Lt-Brn
OUTPUT 6
----Lt-Blue
----Brown
OUTPUT 5
REMOTE LEVEL
Light-Blue-Green-Light-Brown-Brown-PWR
RLY
INPUT A
From the Chapel Amplifier
White
To CC-884 Remote
Blue
To CC-884 Remote
To Door #1 IR-1 Sensor
To Door #2 IR-1 Sensor
To Door #3 IR-1 Sensor
OUTPUT 4
A B C D
Lights when POWER RELAY is activated
N/C
Red Orange Yellow Green
To CS-884 Remote
OUTPUT 3
Mix bus 5,6,7,8
Lights when RMT+ is not shorted by remotes. (See Note 1)
Lights when CHAPEL Power is turned ON
Lights when SATELLITE is turned ON
Lights when CULTURAL CENTER Power is turned ON
Lights when CULTURAL CENTER is in MANUAL MODE
Lights when Door #3 is OPEN
Lights when Door #2 is OPEN
Lights when Door #1 is OPEN
Black
Technologies, Inc.
OUTPUT 2
Mix bus 1,2,3,4
MSTR TAPE OUT
Supplies a switched +24 Vdc to Master Rack Power Relay
White-Orange-Green-White-Orange-Light-Green-Blue--
Light-Blue-Blue-Light-Green--
Brown-Light-Brown--
Not
Used
Ivie
OUTPUT 1
Master bus A,B,C,D
Chassis
Gnd
CP884 CS884 IR-1 IR-1 IR-1 CC884 CC884
Door 3 Door 2 Door 1
1
2
To CP-884 Remote
24Vdc
Power
OUTPUT 6
--Blue
--Lt-Brn
--Lt-Blu
----Orange
----Green
--White
--Lt-Grn
--Brown
MSTR RMT LEVEL MSTR OUT A MSTR OUT B MSTR OUT C MSTR OUT D
A
B C
D
RMT LED AUDIO
COMBINE
NET 1+2 2+3 3+4 4+5 5+6
Audio
Gnd
OUTPUT 5
4
Ground Master
Link
Mute
See Manual
DC PWR
IN
OUTPUT 4
----Orange
----Green
Audio Chassis
Gnd
Gnd
--White
--Lt-Grn
8
OUTPUT 3
Output from the TAPE DECK
5
OUTPUT 2
Output from the SATELLITE
6 7
PRESET
OUTPUT 1
--Blue
--Lt-Blu
--Lt-Brn
--Brown
--White
--Lt-Grn
DC PWR
IN
8
Light-Blue-Green--
2 3 4
6 7
Output from the ORGAN
1
Audio Net
5
Lights when Input #5 is connected to the TAPE DECK TAPE
Lights when Input #5 is connected to the SATELLITE Satell
Lights when 626 Input "B" is connected to the ORGAN Organ
2 3 4
D4
C3
B2
A1
PRESET ACTIVATION
COM 1
These four LEDs are connected across the 884+ Master
Tape Outputs which are also connected to the Preset
Inputs (1-4) of the 626. They act as MONITORS of the
Logic status between the 884+ and 626. D4 LED lights
whenever the Master Tape Output "D" is pulled low, thus
activating Preset Port Pin "1" of the 626.
See Manual
White-Orange-Light-Green-Blue--
AUDIO
NET
Ground
Link
--Brown
--Blue
--Light-Blue
--Green
--Light-Brown
--White
--Orange
--Light-Green
Keep 884+ Ground Link
Remove 626 Ground Lin
----Orange
----Green
Input 1
Input 2
Input 3 Input 4
Pulpit Sacrament Rostrum Side
Mic
Mic
Mic
Mic
Input 6
Input 7
Input 8
C. Center C. Center C. Center
Mic 1
Mic 2
Mic 3
Rev. 18 Feb. 2002
Input Connections
Outputs to Amplifiers
Input 1
Input 2
Input 3 Input 4
Pulpit Sacrament Rostrum Side
Mic
Mic
Mic
Mic
Input 6
Input 7
Input 8
C. Center C. Center C. Center
Mic 1
Mic 2
Mic 3
Keep 884+ Ground Link
Remove 626 Ground Link
AUDIO
NET
Ground
Link
PRESET ACTIVATION
COM 1
2 3 4
1
2 3 4
5
6 7
8
6 7
8
OUTPUT 1
OUTPUT 2
OUTPUT 3
OUTPUT 4
OUTPUT 5
OUTPUT 6
INPUT A
INPUT B
OUTPUT 1
OUTPUT 2
OUTPUT 3
OUTPUT 4
OUTPUT 5
OUTPUT 6
INPUT A
INPUT B
INPUT CH.3
INPUT CH.4
See Manual
Audio Net
DC PWR
IN
PRESET
5
Audio Chassis
Gnd
Gnd
Ground Master
Link
Mute
See Manual
MSTR RMT LEVEL MSTR OUT A MSTR OUT B MSTR OUT C MSTR OUT D
A
B C
D
RMT LED AUDIO
COMBINE
NET 1+2 2+3 3+4 4+5 5+6
DC PWR
IN
Audio
Gnd
REMOTE LEVEL
Master bus A,B,C,D
Mix bus 1,2,3,4
Mix bus 5,6,7,8
OUTPUT INPUT
OUTPUT INPUT
OUTPUT INPUT
INPUT CH.1
INPUT CH.2
CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4
MSTR TAPE OUT
FUNCTION OUT
A B C D
1
2 3 4
REMOTE LEVEL
INPUT CH.5
INPUT CH.6
INPUT CH.7
INPUT CH.8
CH5 CH6 CH7 CH8
PRESET
1
2 3 4
5
CH DIRECT OUT
6 7
CH.1 CH.2 CH.3 CH.4
FUNCTION OUT
5
6
7 8 8
PRESET
CH DIRECT OUT
9 10 11 12 13 14
CH.5 CH.6 CH.7 CH.8
Chassis
Gnd
Ivie
Technologies, Inc.
Lights when OVERFLOW RELAY is activated OV Rly
To the Overflow Loudspeakers
D4
C3
B2
A1
Ivie 884-IF Wiring Diagram
Overflow Relay
From the Chapel Amplifier
Note 2
The SAGE jumper must be installed when the
884+ LDS is used in a SAGE meetinghouse.
It is NOT installed for HERITAGE or LEGACY
meetinghouses.
TAPE
Output from the TAPE DECK
Note 1
This LED is a SPECIAL MONITOR. It Should
ALWAYS be lit. If it is not lit, there is a
problem with the RMT+ power supplied by the
884+. Most likely the problem is due to a
short somewhere in the wiring of the CP-884,
CS-884 or CC-884 remote controls. If the
RMT+ LED is off, first check the connection to
the 884+. Then disconnect ALL RJ45
connectors going to the CP-884, CS-884 and
the two going to the CC-884. If the LED lights
while the remotes are disconnected the RMT+
is being shorted to ground somewhere in the
wiring associated with the remotes.
Output from the SATELLITE
Made in USA
ORGAN SAT
Output from the ORGAN
Lehi, UT
Logic/Tape
output to 626
Lights when Input #5 is connected to the TAPE DECK TAPE
Lights when Input #5 is connected to the SATELLITE Satell
Lights when 626 Input "B" is connected to the ORGAN Organ
White
To CC-884 Remote
To CC-884 Remote
To Door #1 IR-1 Sensor
To Door #2 IR-1 Sensor
To Door #3 IR-1 Sensor
To CS-884 Remote
Blue
Model - 884-IF
Ivie Technologies, Inc.
These four LEDs are connected across the 884+ Master
Tape Outputs which are also connected to the Preset
Inputs (1-4) of the 626. They act as MONITORS of the
Logic status between the 884+ and 626. D4 LED lights
whenever the Master Tape Output "D" is pulled low, thus
activating Preset Port Pin "1" of the 626.
N/C
Red Orange Yellow Green
Lights when POWER RELAY is activated
Black
PWR
RLY
Lights when RMT+ is not shorted by remotes. (See Note 1)
Lights when CHAPEL Power is turned ON
Lights when SATELLITE is turned ON
Lights when CULTURAL CENTER Power is turned ON
Lights when CULTURAL CENTER is in MANUAL MODE
Lights when Door #3 is OPEN
Lights when Door #2 is OPEN
Lights when Door #1 is OPEN
Not
Used
Supplies a switched +24 Vdc to Master Rack Power Relay
CP884 CS884 IR-1 IR-1 IR-1 CC884 CC884
Door 3 Door 2 Door 1
1
2
To CP-884 Remote
24Vdc
Power
RMT+
CPpwr
Sat ON
CCpwr
CC A/M
Door 3
Door 2
Door 1
SAGE JUMPER - See Note 2
Rev. 18 Feb. 2002
OV Relay Func Out 4*
D3
Actual Room
Utilization
Labels on 884+
Software Screen
D2
Chapel
Overflow
Chapel
OV
Real Door
Terminals on 884+
Combine
3+4
IR-1
Chapel
Virtual Door
Combine 5+6
Wire Jumper to GND
(Door always Open)
884+ Jumpers = Cmb 5+6 to GND (Always open)
Door 2 is always closed so NO connection is
made to Cmb terminals 4+5
*OV Relay is optional; OV function may be activated
either by relay or by routing through DSP equalizer and
separate amplifier channel.
To bring Chapel sound into the Cultural Center the
Overflow door must be open AND the sound system in
the Cultural Center must be manually turned on.
D2
D1
Overflow
Cultural
Center 1
CC2
CC1
OV
Real Door
Combine 3+4 Combine 4+5
Wire Jumper to GND
IR-1
(Door always Open)
CODY 2-DOOR
RETROFIT
CC1
Notes:
Chapel
Virtual Door
Terminals on 884+
CC2
Virtual Door
D3
Labels on 884+
Software Screen
Cultural Center
Combine 4+5
NO WireJumper or IR-1
(Door always Closed)
CODY 1-DOOR
RETROFIT
Actual Room
Utilization
D1
Real Door
Combine 5+6
IR-1
Notes:
884+ Jumpers = Combine 3+4 to GND
Ivie 884+ LDS Building Configurations #4
Rev. 2/7/01
PRESET 0 Base Configuration & Edit Instuctions (Chapel and Cultural Center
Power are OFF) The entire sound system is OFF.
1
Pulpit
0
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Presets
RB RP W
0
Sacrament
0
RB RP W
Rostrum
0
RB RP W
Side
0
RB RP W
Tape/Satellite
0
RB RP M
CC Mic 1
-6
RB RP
X
CC Mic 2
-6
RB RP
X
CC Mic 3
-6
RB RP
7
2
1
8
3
4
5
6
9 10 11 12 13 14
Edit
Save
Volume Save
NOTE - NO crosspoints
NOTE - RP setting
X
NOTE - Automixer settings
Chapel
CHPL
PWR
OV
Door
3
Satellite
CC2
Door
2
0
RB RP
Chapel
0
RB RP
C-Center
0
RB RP
Tape Recorder
0
RB RP
Perimiter
CC1
Door
1
CCntr
PRW
Symbol Key
Auto/Man
Solid Gray center - crosspoint OFF (Non-edit mode)
Solid Blue center - crosspoint ON (Non-edit mode)
Open Red Square - crosspoint OFF Edit Mode)
Solid Red Diamond - crosspoint ON (Edit Mode)
Edit Peset 0 (Base Configuration)
1 - Make sure that presets 1 - 14 are released. Only the Preset 0 button should be pressed
2 - Set all Matrix crosspoint assignments to OFF (solid gray button, no blue).
3 - Set Automixer Assignments : Inputs 1 - 4 are assigned to "Automixer W." Inputs 6 - 7 are assigned to "Automixer X."
Input 5 (Line level, tape/satellite) is set to "M" , which is manual on. Please note that there are two "M" settings, Manual
ON and Manual OFF. The on/off is determined by whether the button is pressed in or out. In, for manual on, and out, for
manual off.
4 - The RP button on the Chapel output is pressed-in (activated) to provide remote control to Bishop's pedestal.
5 - Press the "Save" button. At the prompt - "Really Save as Base Configuration?" press "OK" You are now ready to
proceed to program Presets 1, 13, & 14.
While in the NON-EDIT mode, presets cannot be activated by pressing the
PRESET BUTTON directly. They can only be activated by pressing one or
more of the room controls, i.e. CHPL PWR, Door 1, Door 2, Door 3, Auto Man,
SAT, or C.Cntr PWR.
Rev 1 Dec. 3
PRESET 1 (Chapel and/or Cultural Center Power) Turning the power on in either or both rooms
(CP , CC) will activate Preset 1. Preset 1 will be active ANYTIME the sound system is powered up. There are only two other
presets that are activated in the 884 matrix mixer. Preset 13 is an overlay for Satellite operation. Preset 14 is an overlay for
Automatic/Manual operation of the Cultural Center.
1
Pulpit
0
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Presets
RB RP W
0
Sacrament
0
RB RP W
Rostrum
0
RB RP W
Side
0
RB RP W
Tape/Satellite
0
RB RP M
CC Mic 1
-6
RB RP
X
CC Mic 2
-6
RB RP
X
CC Mic 3
-6
RB RP
X
7
1
8
2
3
4
5
6
9 10 11 12 13 14
Edit
Save
Volume Save
Chapel
CHPL
PWR
OV
Door
3
CC2
Door
2
Satellite
0
RB RP
Chapel
0
RB RP
C-Center
0
RB RP
Tape Recorder
0
RB RP
Primiter
CC1
Door
1
CCntr
PRW
Auto/Man
Symbol Key
Solid Gray center - crosspoint OFF (Non-edit mode)
Solid Blue center - crosspoint ON (Non-edit mode)
Open Red Square - crosspoint OFF Edit Mode)
Solid Red Diamond - crosspoint ON (Edit Mode)
PRESET NOTES:
1 - Matrix crosspoint assignments: Inputs 1-4 into the Chapel, tape recorder, and Satellite.
2 -Matrix crosspoint assignments: Input 5 (Line level, tape/satellite) into Chapel, Satellite , but NOT THE TAPE
RECORDER.
3 -Matrix crosspoint assignments: Inputs 6, 7, & 8 to mix bus 2 (Cultural Center)
While in the NON-EDIT mode, presets cannot be activated by pressing the
PRESET BUTTON directly. They can only be activated by pressing one or
more of the room controls, i.e. CHPL PWR, Door 1, Door 2, Door 3, Auto Man,
SAT, or C.Cntr PWR.
Rev 3Dec. 99
EDIT PRESET 1 (Chapel and/or Cultural Center Power) Turning the power on in either or both
rooms (CP , CC) will activate Preset 1. Preset 1 will be active ANYTIME the sound system is powered up. There are only two
other presets that are activated in the 884 matrix mixer. Preset 13 is an overlay for Satellite operation. Preset 14 is an overlay
for Automatic/Manual operation of the Cultural Center.
1
Pulpit
0
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Presets
RB RP W
0
Sacrament
0
RB RP W
Rostrum
0
RB RP W
Side
0
RB RP W
Tape/Satellite
0
RB RP M
CC Mic 1
-6
RB RP
X
CC Mic 2
-6
RB RP
X
CC Mic 3
-6
RB RP
X
7
1
8
2
CHPL
PWR
OV
Door
3
CC2
Door
2
Edit
CCntr
PRW
5
6
Save
Clear Preset
Turn on crosspoints from Chapel
inputs into Chapel, Tape record
and Peripheral.
Also Mic inputs into Cultural
Center.
CC1
Door
1
4
9 10 11 12 13 14
Volume Save
Chapel
3
0
RB RP
Chapel
0
RB RP
C-Center
0
RB RP
Tape Recorder
0
RB RP
Perimiter
Symbol Key
Solid Gray center - crosspoint OFF (Non-edit mode)
Satellite
Auto/Man
Solid Blue center - crosspoint ON (Non-edit mode)
Open Red Square - crosspoint OFF Edit Mode)
Solid Red Diamond - crosspoint ON (Edit Mode)
PRESET NOTES:
1 - Matrix crosspoint assignments: Inputs 1-4 into the Chapel, tape recorder, and Satellite.
2 -Matrix crosspoint assignments: Input 5 (Line level, tape/satellite) into Chapel, Satellite , but NOT THE TAPE
RECORDER.
3 -Matrix crosspoint assignments: Inputs 6, 7, & 8 to mix bus 2 (Cultural Center)
EDIT PROCEDURE:
1- Press the EDIT button
2- Press Preset 1 button (Note that the Preset 0 button remains pressed. This is normal)
3- Press the Clear Preset button
4- Assign crosspoints with a Red Diamond as shown above.
output) is NOT assigned to the Input of the tape recorder.
Note that Input #5 (tape recorder
5- Press the Save button
Rev 3 Dec. 99
PRESET 13 (Satellite)
Preset 13 is an overlay for Satellite operation. Preset 13 can be active only if Preset 1 is
already active.
Level reduced
1
Pulpit
0
-6
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Presets
RB RP W
0
Sacrament
0
RB RP W
Rostrum
0
RB RP W
Side
0
RB RP W
Tape/Satellite
0
RB RP M
CC Mic 1
-6
RB RP
X
CC Mic 2
-6
RB RP
X
CC Mic 3
-6
RB RP
X
7
1
8
2
3
4
5
6
9 10 11 12 13 14
Edit
Save
Volume Save
Chapel
OV
CC2
Inputs Un-assigned
RP - activated and input
assigned to Tape
Door
3
Door
2
Satellite
RB RP
Chapel
0
RB RP
C-Center
0
RB RP
Tape Recorder
0
RB RP
Permiter
CC1
Satellite
CHPL
PWR
0
Door
1
CCntr
PRW
Auto/Man
Symbol Key
Solid Gray center - crosspoint OFF (Non-edit mode)
Solid Blue center - crosspoint ON (Non-edit mode)
Open Red Square - crosspoint OFF Edit Mode)
Solid Red Diamond - crosspoint ON (Edit Mode)
PRESET NOTES:
1 - Input #1 level is reduced.
2 - Inputs 2, 3 & 4 are muted from all buses.
3 - Input #5 relay swicthes the source from Tape recorder to Satellite.
4 - RP button on Input #5 is activated to allow remote control of Satellite level.
5 - Input #5 is now routed to the input of the Tape recorder.
While in the NON-EDIT mode, presets cannot be activated by pressing the
PRESET BUTTON directly. They can only be activated by pressing one or
more of the room controls, i.e. CHPL PWR, Door 1, Door 2, Door 3, Auto Man,
SAT, or C.Cntr PWR.
Rev. 3 Dec. 99
EDIT PRESET 13 (Satellite)
Preset 13 is an overlay for Satellite operation.
Level reduced
1
Pulpit
-6
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Presets
RB RP W
0
Sacrament
0
RB RP W
Rostrum
0
RB RP W
Side
0
RB RP W
Tape/Satellite
0
RB RP M
CC Mic 1
-6
RB RP
X
CC Mic 2
-6
RB RP
X
CC Mic 3
-6
RB RP
X
7
1
8
2
3
4
5
6
9 10 11 12 13 14
Edit
Save
Volume Save
Chapel
OV
CC2
Inputs Un-assigned
RP - activated and input
assigned to Tape bus
Door
3
Door
2
RB RP
Chapel
0
RB RP
C-Center
0
RB RP
Tape Recorder
0
RB RP
Permiter
CC1
Satellite
CHPL
PWR
0
Door
1
Satellite
CCntr
PRW
Auto/Man
Symbol Key
Solid Gray center - crosspoint OFF (Non-edit mode)
Solid Blue center - crosspoint ON (Non-edit mode)
Open Red Square - crosspoint OFF Edit Mode)
Solid Red Diamond - crosspoint ON (Edit Mode)
PRESET NOTES:
1 - Input #1 level is reduced.
2 - Inputs 2 ,4 & 4 are muted from all buses.
3 - Input #5 relay switches the source from Tape recorder to Satellite.
4 - RP button on Input #5 is activated to allow remote control of Satellite level.
5 - Input #5 is now routed to the input of the Tape recorder.
EDIT PROCEDURE:
1- Press the EDIT button
2- Press Preset 13 button (Note that the Preset 0 button remains pressed. This is normal)
3- Press the Clear Preset button
4 - Click on the Down Arrow button for input #1. Click this button until the level is reduced by 6
dB. The level box will now be red in color.
5 - On the matrix mute inputs 2, 3, & 4 to all mix buses by clicking until a red open box appears at
each matix crosspoint. Assign Input 5 to mix bus 3 by clicking until a red diamond appears at the
crosspoint.
6 - Now press the "RP" (Remote Pot) button for input 5.
depressed and red in color.
Make sure that the "RP" button is
7- Press the Save button
Rev. 3 Dec. 99
PRESET 14 (Auto Man) - Preset 14 is unique. It is an "overlay" or modifier preset. It is used in conjunction with
preset 1. Preset 1 turns on power to the Cultural Center. Once the Cultural Center is "powered up" , preset 14 is then used to
switch inputs 6, 7, & 8 from Automatic gating mode to Manual control with remote volume controls activated. Note: there are no
matrix assignments in this preset, as it overlays assigments made in presets 1.
1
Pulpit
0
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Presets
RB RP W
1
0
Sacrament
0
RB RP W
Rostrum
0
RB RP W
Side
0
RB RP W
Tape/Satellite
0
RB RP M
CC Mic 1
0
RB RP
M
CC Mic 2
0
RB RP
M
CC Mic 3
0
RB RP
M
7
8
2
3
4
5
6
9 10 11 12 13 14
Edit
Save
Volume Save
Chapel
CHPL
PWR
OV
Door
3
CC2
Door
2
Satellite
Note: The Solid Blue center
crosspoints "show thru" from
Preset 0 (Base Configuration).
They are not being
programmed in Preset 14.
CC1
Door
1
CCntr
PRW
0
RB RP
Chapel
0
RB RP
C-Center
0
RB RP
Tape Recorder
0
RB RP
Perimiter
Symbol Key
Auto/Man
Solid Gray center - crosspoint OFF (Non-edit mode)
Solid Blue center - crosspoint ON (Non-edit mode)
Open Red Square - crosspoint OFF Edit Mode)
Solid Red Diamond - crosspoint ON (Edit Mode)
PRESET NOTES:
1 - The Auto/Man switch cannot be activated by itself. It can only be activated if the Cultural Center power switch is
activated. It is shown here activated in conjunction with preset number 1.
2 - Function Output 7 activates Automatic/Manual LED.
3 - Inputs 6, 7, & 8 are switched from "X" automatic mixer operation to "M" manual on operation. The Remote Pots for
these three channels are activated.
4 - Inputs 6,7,& 8 are now under manual Level control.
While in the NON-EDIT mode, presets cannot be activated by pressing the
PRESET BUTTON directly. They can only be activated by pressing one or
more of the room controls, i.e. CHPL PWR, Door 1, Door 2, Door 3, Auto Man,
SAT, or C.Cntr PWR.
Rev. 3 Dec. 99
EDIT PRESET 14 (Auto Man) - Preset 14 is unique.
It is an "overlay" or modifier preset. It is used in
conjunction with preset 1. Preset 1 activates audio into the Chapel and Cultural Centers. Once the Cultural Center is
"powered up" , preset 14 is used to switch inputs 6, 7, & 8 from Automatic gating mode to Manual control with remote
volume controls activated. Note: there are no matrix assignments in this preset, as it overlays assigments made in preset 1.
1
Pulpit
0
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Presets
RB RP W
1
0
Sacrament
0
RB RP W
Rostrum Left
0
RB RP W
Rostrum Right
0
RB RP W
Tape/Satellite
0
RB RP M
CC Mic 1
0
RB RP
M
CC Mic 2
0
RB RP
M
CC Mic 3
0
RB RP
M
7
8
2
OV
CC2
Edit
CC1
Manual
CHPL
PWR
Door
3
Door
2
Door
1
Satellite
CCntr
PRW
Auto/Man
4
5
6
9 10 11 12 13 14
Volume Save
Chapel
3
Save
Clear Preset
0
RB RP
Chapel
0
RB RP
C-Center
0
RB RP
Tape Recorder
0
RB RP
Perimiter
Symbol Key
Solid Gray center - crosspoint OFF (Non-edit mode)
Solid Blue center - crosspoint ON (Non-edit mode)
Open Red Square - crosspoint OFF Edit Mode)
Solid Red Diamond - crosspoint ON (Edit Mode)
PRESET NOTES:
1 -The Auto/Man switch cannot be activated by itself. It can only be activated if the Cultural Center power switch is
activated. Keep in mind that Preset 14 is used in conjunction with Preset 1. The Blue Maxtrix crosspoints will be visible
before during and after Preset 14 is activated.
2 - Inputs 6, 7, & 8 are switched from "X" automatic mixer operation to "M" manual on operation. The Remote Pots for
these three channels are activated. Increase input levels by 3 to 6 dB.
EDIT PROCEDURE:
1- Press the EDIT button
2- Press Preset 14 button (Note that the Preset 0 button remains pressed. This is normal)
3- Press the Clear Preset button
4- Do the following on inputs 6,7,& 8: Repeatedly press the Automix assign button (W,X,Y,Z...)
until the "M"(for manual) is selected. Be careful because there are two "M" selections. One with
the "M" button out(manual OFF) and one with the "M" button in (manual ON). The gate switch
indicator will be closed when you have the "M" manual ON button selected.
Now press the "RP" (Remote Pot) button for inputs 6,7, & 8.
depressed.
Make sure that the "RP" button is
5- Press the Save button
Rev. 3 Dec. 99
CP-884A connection to Ivie 884-IF
CP-884A connection to Ivie 884+ and external
24Vdc power supply
Ground Master
Link
Mute
See Manual
The CP-884A provides a switched
+24Vdc to activate the pulpit relays.
Three dc control lines are connected
between the CP-884A and the pulpit.
Audio Chassis
Gnd Gnd
Brown/White
(Dark Brown)
Pulpit UP
COMMON
Pulpit DOWN
PULPIT DWN
PULPIT DWN
COMMON
COMMON
884-IF
PULPIT UP
FUNCTION OUT
1
2 3 4
White/Brown
(Light Brown)
PRESET
1
2 3 4
5
CH DIRECT OUT
6 7
CH.1 CH.2 CH.3 CH.4
PULPIT UP
Green/White
(Dark Green)
External 24Vdc
Power supply
24Vdc
Power
+
CP884 CS884 IR-1
Door 3
Black
1
1
8
Blue/White
(Dark Blue)
8
White/Blue
(Light Blue)
MSTR RMT LEVEL MSTR OUT A MSTR OUT B MSTR OUT C MSTR OUT D
A
EIA/ 568B Color Code for RJ45
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Brown/White
White/Brown
Green/White
White/Blue
Blue/White
White/Green
Orange/White
White/Orange
Contact side showing
Tab on back
C
D
Orange/White
(Dark Orange)
RMT LED AUDIO
NET
COMBINE
MSTR TAPE OUT
1+2 2+3 3+4 4+5 5+6
A B C D
White/Green
(Light Green)
White/Orange
(Light Orange)
Vol DWN
CP PWR
CP LED
Vol UP
2
Pulpit DWN
3
Pulpit DWN
Pulpit UP
+24Vdc
RJ45 - 1
Pulpit UP
Rmt+
Wiring between the CP-884A and the 884IF
is accomplished using a conventional CAT-5
cable conforming to the EIA 568B standard.
Do not attempt to crimp an RJ45 directly
to DC cable. The connection will be
unstable and unreliable and is not supported
by Ivie. Instead, make a short pig-tail out of
CAT-5 cable with an RJ45 crimped to one
end (use EIA 568B standard - see below)
and the other end stripped back and broken
out by color. Connect the pig-tail to the DC
cable by means of small wire nuts or other
gas-tight, reliable connection.
B
4
5
Common
Gnd
6
7
8
CP-884A Schematic
Euro Block
Connector
CP-884A “Sticky Level” Instructions
The new CP-884A is now a button control. There are no rotary controls on it. This
necessitates the change of two items in the AudioNet® software regarding the setup of the
884+LDS. All 884+LDS mixers manufactured after 10 April 2002 will have a pre-loaded
setup file which sets up the mixer to include the following programming. However, you
may wish to have these instructions as a backup, or in the event that you need to install a
CP-884A in an 884+LDS made prior to 10 April.
1. Set the “RB Button”: Prior to the CP-884A, the remote control enabling button on
Output A of the mixer was set to “RP.” This software button now needs to be set to “RB” in
order to interface with the up/down buttons on the new CP-884A. This is done in the Base
Preset, Preset 0.
2. Set the “Sticky Level”: LDS Church A&E has requested that the “sticky level” feature
associated with Output A of the mixer be programmed. “Sticky level” allows the mixer to
“wake up” at a pre-programmed level on Output A each time the mixer is turned on.
The sticky level out Output A should be set at -4. To do this, the installer/consultant need
only edit Preset 1 in the following way. Be sure to start with no presets called. You should
be in the Base Preset, Preset 0.
a) In the AudioNet software main screen, slide the special LDS screen off to the right so you
can see the preset editing buttons.
b) Press the “Edit” button and select Preset 1.
c) Set the level for Output A at -4.
d) Now cycle the RB button next to the level through one full “rotation” of settings, ending
with the RB button depressed. When in the edit mode, you will note that the RB button will
turn red when it is depressed. Click on the button several times until it has raised at least
once, and lowered again and is now in the lowered or “down” position, and is red.
e) Now click on “Save” button to save the preset, then click on the “Edit” button again to
release the edit mode and go back into operating mode.
This will cause the “sticky level” to be set so that each time the mixer is turned on (going to
Preset 1), it will turn on with Output A set at -4.
A setup file with both programming steps mentioned above is available
on Ivie’s web site. The file, found on the Insider Page
(www.ivie.com/insider) is named: “LDS_Setup_w_CP884A.zip”.
CS-884A connection to Ivie 884-IF
884-IF
24Vdc
Power
CP884 CS884 IR-1
Door 3
CS-884A
CS-884A connection to Ivie 884+ and external
24Vdc power supply
Ground Master
Link
Mute
See Manual
Do not attempt to crimp an RJ45 directly
to DC cable. The connection will be
unstable and unreliable and is not supported
by Ivie. Instead, make a short pig-tail out of
CAT-5 cable with an RJ45 crimped to one
end (use EIA 568B standard - see below)
and the other end stripped back and broken
out by color. Connect the pig-tail to the DC
cable by means of small wire nuts or other
gas-tight, reliable connection.
Audio Chassis
Gnd Gnd
Brown/White
(Dark Brown)
FUNCTION OUT
1
2 3 4
White/Brown
(Light Brown)
PRESET
1
2 3 4
5
CH DIRECT OUT
6 7
CH.1 CH.2 CH.3 CH.4
Green/White
(Dark Green)
External 24Vdc
Power supply
+
Blue/White
(Dark Blue)
1
8
1
White/Blue
(Light Blue)
8
Wiring between the CS-884A is
accomplished using a conventional
CAT-5 cable assembly conforming
to EIA 568B standard.
REMOTE LEVEL
INPUT CH.5
INPUT CH.6
COMBINE
MSTR TAPE OUT
1+2 2+3 3+4 4+5 5+6
A B C D
White/Green
(Light Green)
White/Orange
(Light Orange)
EIA/ 568B Color Code for RJ45
Brown/White
White/Brown
Green/White
White/Blue
Blue/White
White/Green
Orange/White
White/Orange
Contact side showing
Tab on back
INPUT CH.8
Orange/White
(Dark Orange)
RMT LED AUDIO
NET
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
INPUT CH.7
CH5 CH6 CH7 CH8
CS-884A
Schematic
RJ45 - 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Mount IR-2 to
flanges on each
side of sliding
door
Cat 5 Cable
with RJ-45
Connectors
IR-2
IR-2
Receiver
Lightsource
Power Indicator
Beam Alignment
Cat 5 Cable
with RJ-45
Connectors
Power Indicator
Align Sensors on all
three axes.
1 - Door Switch
2 - No Connection
3 - No Connection
4 - +24Vdc
5 - +24Vdc
6 - No Connection
7 - Ground
8 - Ground
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
White-Orange:
Signal/Switch
Orange
White-Green
Blue
White-Blue
+ 10-30 Vdc
Green
White-Brown
Gnd
Brown
Ivie IR-2 to Ivie 1026-IF+ Wiring Diagram
The HERITAGE plan has only two
sliding doors (1& 2). Door three
does not exist so a "Jumper" plug
is plugged into the Door #3 RJ45
socket on the 1026-IF to simulate
an open door condtion. Other
plans and or retrofits may also
require one or more "Jumpers."
Ivie
Technologies, Inc.
One wire connected between Pin 1 and Pin 8.
No connections to Pins 2,3,4,5,6, or 7
Ivie IR-2 Door "Jumper" plug
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
White-Orange
No Connection
No Connection
No Connection
No Connection
No Connection
No Connection
White-Orange
Rev. 8 Feb. 2008
Installation Instructions
Physical installation:
Mount the Lightsource and Receiver on either side of the sliding door track, directly
across from each other. The Lightsource and Receive need to be aligned on three axes (x, y, & z).
Testing alignment:
For convience, a 9-volt battery can be temporaily connected to the units to check alignment.
CAUTION, do not connect a battery to the sensors while they are connected to the mixer.
a) Connect the blue wire of the Receiver to the white wire of the Lightsource.
b) Connect the battery to the red (+) and black ( - )
wires of both units. The Power Indicator of the Lightsource
should now be lit.
c) If the units are properly aligned, the Beam Alignment Indicator on the Receiver will be lit.
. If the Beam Alignment
Indicator is not lit, then move one unit or the other (Lightsource or Receiver) until they are properly aligned, as
indicated by the Beam Alignment Indicator.
d) When testing is completed, remove the 9-volt battery.
Electrical Installation:
a) Connect the red wires from both units (lightsource and receiver) to the RMT+ terminal of the mixer.
b) Connect the black wires from both units to a Ground terminal of the mixer
c) The blue wire of the receiver is connected to the white wire of the lightsource (Note: The white wire
must be from the lightsource, NOT the receiver,
d) The white wire of the receiver is connected to the desired Combine or Preset terminal of the mixer. When
wired correctly, and whenever the lightsource illuminates the receiver, the Combine or Preset will be activated.
The IR-1 is engineered so that when a door is opened, the white wire of the Receiver is "pulled to ground". This
activates the Combine or Preset.
Specifications
0.88
Supply voltage: 10 to 30 VDC
2.50
1.93
1.18
0.92
1.30
1.75
CC-884A connection to Ivie 884-IF
884-IF
24Vdc
Power
8
1
WHITE
CP884 CS884 IR-1 IR-1 IR-1 CC884 CC884
Door 3 Door 2 Door 1
1
2
Not
Used
Black
N/C
8
Red Orange Yellow Green
Blue
White
BLUE
Connect to Mixer Mic
Input for Cultural
Center Mic #3
Microphone +
Microphone Mic Shield
Ground Master
Link
Mute
See Manual
Do not attempt to crimp an RJ45 directly to DC cable. The connection
will be unstable and unreliable and is not supported by Ivie. Instead,
make a short pig-tail out of CAT-5 cable with an RJ45 crimped to one end
(use EIA 568B standard - see below) and the other end stripped back and
broken out by color. Connect the pig-tail to the DC cable by means of
small wire nuts or other gas-tight, reliable connection.
PWR
RLY
Wiring between
the CC-884A and
the 884-IF is
accomplished
using a
conventional
CAT-5 cable
conforming to the
EIA 568B
standard.
1
CC-884A connection to Ivie 884+ and external
24Vdc power supply
Special/Helpful Red LED (S/HRLED).
The
White and Blue RJ45 connectors may be
connected and disconnected while they are also
connected to and powered by the 884-IF. The
White RJ45 can be plugged into either
receptacle on the CC-884A without causing
damage. This is also true of the Blue RJ45. The
S/HRLED will only illuminate when the White
connection is properly mated. Sooooooooo......
just keep plugging away until the S/HRLED
illuminates.
Do not attempt to crimp an RJ45 directly to
DC cable. The connection will be unstable and
unreliable and is not supported by Ivie. Instead,
make a short pig-tail out of CAT-5 cable with an
RJ45 crimped to one end (use EIA 568B
standard - see below) and the other end stripped
back and broken out by color. Connect the pigtail to the DC cable by means of small wire nuts
or other gas-tight, reliable connection.
Audio Chassis
Gnd Gnd
Brown/White
(Dark Brown)
8
FUNCTION OUT
1
PRESET
1
2 3 4
Green/White
(Dark Green)
1
White/Brown
(Light Brown)
2 3 4
5
CH DIRECT OUT
6 7
External 24Vdc
Power supply
+
8
1
WHITE
8
1
Blue/White
(Dark Blue)
BLUE
COMBINE
MSTR TAPE OUT
1+2 2+3 3+4 4+5 5+6
A B C D
BE CAREFULL!!
White/Green
(Light Green)
Microphone +
White/Blue
(Light Blue)
RMT LED AUDIO
NET
Same color-code but from
two different cables
REMOTE LEVEL
8
CH.1 CH.2 CH.3 CH.4
INPUT CH.5
INPUT CH.6
INPUT CH.7
INPUT CH.8
CH5 CH6 CH7 CH8
Orange/White
(Dark Orange)
Microphone -
White/Green
(Light Green)
1
Mic Shield
FUNCTION OUT
5
6
PRESET
7 8 8
CH DIRECT OUT
9 10 11 12 13 14
CH.5 CH.6 CH.7 CH.8
White/Orange
(Light Orange)
CC-884A Schematic
RCA
Connectors
3 -pin
Euro Block
2
1
CH#6
Microphone +
CH#7
S/HR LED
CP LED
CC PWR
CH#8
Auto/Man
CP LED
3
Mic
Connector
Rmt+
Microphone Mic Shield
BLUE
RJ45 - 1
+24Vdc
2
3
4
5
Gnd
6
7
8
WHITE
RJ45 - 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
RJ45 Connector Wiring
When using the Ivie model 884-IF interface product, it becomes apparent that stripping
CAT-5 cable and crimping RJ45 connectors is an integral part of the installation. While
many installers have had experience in making up cables with RJ45's, there are several
standards to which these connectors can be made to conform.
The connector standard used with LDS systems employing the 884-IF is EIA/TIA 568B.
The RJ45 cable connectors wired in LDS systems must conform to the 568B standard (see
below) in order to achieve proper connectivity with the 884-IF, and through the 884-IF to
the appropriate connections on the 884+LDS and 626 DSP.
We strongly recommend that an appropriate crimping tool be used. A ratcheting-type tool
will assure that the correct pressure is applied to the crimp. We further recommend that
installers carry an appropriate CAT-5 / RJ45 test tool, which can test connections for
proper pin-to-pin connectivity, shorts and opens. Two-part versions of these test tools are
available which can test an installed cable, in-place.
RJ Connector wiring and Ivie Remote Control Issues
Ivie has adopted the EIA/TIA 568B standard for the wiring of RJ45 connectors (see
previous page on RJ45 connector wiring). While this is very clear for the color/pin
assignments on RJ45 connectors, it leave some questions regarding connectors, wiring
practice, and interface to remote controls and sensors (CP-884, CS-884, CC 884 and IR-1)
unanswered.
Connectors and Cable
LDS Engineering has specified solid conductor CAT-5 cable in their installations. The
solid conductor cable is totally reliable for fixed installations and costs a little less than the
stranded cable. Care should be taken to assure that the correct RJ45 connector is used for
the specified cable. There are specific connectors for round cable, and for solid as
opposed to stranded cable. (A third, more expensive connector, can be used for both
solid and stranded.) Be sure you use a connector designed for round cable and solid
conductors. (Solid conductor connectors are smoked plastic color, while stranded RJ45's
are clear plastic)
Connecting CAT-5 to Ivie Remote Controls
In initial stages of distribution of the 884-IF, the standard (Euro-block connector) remote
controls will still be shipping, and will be found in installations. The wiring diagrams on
preceding pages show how to strip back and break out the CAT-5 cable to wire to the
standard, or pre-RJ45, remote controls.
By the end of March, 2002, new remote controls will replace the CS-884, CP-884 and CC884. The CS-884A, CP-884A, and CC-884A will have integral Rj45 connectors, replacing
the Euro-block connectors.
In new installations, the “A” version remotes will be connected by means of a contractor
crimped RJ45 connector using the standard EIA/TIA 568B color/pin standard.
Any installation using CAT-5 cable can also be connected to non “A” remotes by means
of stripping back and breaking out the cable and following the color code for
connections to the Euro-block connectors found on preceding pages.
In an existing installation with the DC type cable installed, a “pig-tail” will be required to
connect the DC cable to the “A” type RJ45 remotes. Do not attempt to crimp an RJ45
directly to DC cable. The connection will be unstable and unreliable and is not
supported by Ivie. Instead, make a short pig-tail out of CAT-5 cable with an RJ45
crimped to one end and the other end stripped back and broken out by color. Connect
the pig-tail to the DC cable by means of a terminal strip or other gas-tight, reliable
connection.
Theory of Operation
The function output is an electronic switch connects the FO terminal to ground
whenever it is activated. This simply completes circuit.
External 24VDC
Power Supply
There are five components to this circuit: Power supply, LED, Current limiting resistor,
interconnecting wires and Function Output switch. They are all connected in series to
form a complete circuit.
Simpified
Circuit
LED
Current flows out of the power supply via the wiring to the CP884 and through the
LED and Current Limiting resistor and back out of the CP884 to the Function Output
of the 884 mixer. When the Function Output is activated by the mixer the current
flows through the open collector of the transistor and on to the ground terminal of the
mixer. It then completes the circuit by returning to the negative terminal of the power
supply via the wiring.
FO
Terminal
Gnd
Terminal
Current flow
Ivie Technologies CP-884
Chapel Power LED
External 24VDC Power Supply
(contractor supplied)
The negative terminal of the external, 24 Volt DC,
power supply must be connected to the "Chassis Gnd"
terminal of the mixer. DO NOT CONNECT the power
supply ground to any other terminal on the 884PW.
24
Volts
Should ALWAYS measure approx
24 Vdc. This is when the
Function Output is Inactive or
Active.
PULPIT UP
PULPIT DOWN
+24DC (PWR)
Volts
FUNCTION OUT 1
CMB 2+3
24 Vdc with Function Out Inactive (off)
Less than1 Vdc with Function Out
Active (on)
MSTR RMT LVL 'A'
RMT +
GND
(Label color is Lime Green)
CP-884
FUNCTION OUT
1
Circuit located
INSIDE the 884
Collector
To Microprocessor
Base
Emitter
The open collector
is the equivalent of
a switch to ground.
The Base is
controlled by the
microprocessor of
the 884.
2
3
PRESET
4 1
2
3
4 5
CH DIRECT OUT
6
7
This terminal is located adjacent to the power
supply connector on the 884PW mixer.
Ground
Link
See Manual
Audio Chassis
Gnd
Gnd
Master
Mute
CH.1 CH.2 CH.3 CH.4
Troubleshooting LED/RELAY/FUNCTION OUTPUT PROBLEMS
Problem: The LED doesn't light or the relay doesn't pull-in.
Question: Is the problem with the Mixer OR with the external wiring?
Simple, Quick Test: On the back of the 884 disconnect the wire from the FUNCTION OUTPUT and
then connect it to the Chassis Gnd terminal. This bypasses the Function Output and completes the circuit
directly to ground. The LED should light or the Relay should activate.
Test Results:
IT WORKED! - The LED lit or the Relay pulled-in. The problem is with the mixer. Now, reconnect the
wire to the Function Output terminal. In the current mode of operation, is the Function Output supposed
to be activated? Is the mixer powered up? Is the front panel Red PWR LED lit? If not then check the
mixer's power supply for a Green LED. Is the Red PWR LED flashing on and off? If so, then the
Function Output is indicating a "fault condition." Disconnect the all connections from all Function Outputs.
Did the PWR LED quit flashing? If so, then the problem is with the external wiring.
NOTHING HAPPENED - The problem is Not with the mixer. Check the 24Vdc power supply. Is it
on? Is the fuse OK? Re-check all wiring connections. Is the suppy's negative terminal connected to the
Chassis Gnd terminal on the mixer?
Ivie Technologies CP-884
Chapel Power LED
External 24Vdc power supply.
Is it plugged-in?
Is it powered up?
Is the fuse good?
Is the Negative terminal of the
power supply connected to
the Chassis Gnd terminal of
the mixer?
PULPIT UP
PULPIT DOWN
+24DC (PWR)
FUNCTION OUT 1
(Label color is Lime Green)
CMB 2+3
FUNCTION OUT
MSTR RMT LVL 'A'
1
2
3
4 1
PRESET
2
3
4 5
CH DIRECT OUT
6
RMT +
GND
Move wire from here
CP-884
To here
Ground
Link
See Manual
Audio Chassis
Gnd
Gnd
Master
Mute
7
CH.1 CH.2 CH.3 CH.4
Pages Pertaining to Pre-884-IF Setups
(From LDS Yellow)
REMOTE LEVEL
INPUT CH.1
INPUT CH.2 INPUT CH.3
INPUT CH.4
REMOTE LEVEL
CH.1 CH.2 CH.3 CH.4
Pulpit Mic Sacrament
C. Center Mic 1
C. Center Mic 2
INPUT CH.6
INPUT CH.7
INPUT CH.8
Rostrum
Side
Tape/
Satellite
C. Center
Mic 2
C. Center
Mic 3
C. Center
Mic 1
C. Center Mic 3
Cultural
Center
Remotes
SOFT
Chassis
Gnd
RMT+
The negative terminal of the
external, 24 Volt DC, power supply
must be connected to the "Chassis
Gnd" terminal of the mixer. DO NOT
CONNECT the power supply ground
to any other terminal on the 884PW.
LOUD
C. Center
Auto/Man
Switch/LED
C. Center
ON/OFF
Switch/LED
Ground
Link
See Manual
2
From
all other
grounds
2.4k
FUNCTION OUT
3
PRESET
4 1
2
3
-
CH DIRECT OUT
4 5
6
1N4001
+
7
CH.1 CH.2 CH.3 CH.4
PRESET
FUNCTION OUT
5
6
-
Rack
Power
Relay
Master
Mute
Audio Chassis
Gnd
Gnd
This terminal is located adjacent to the power
supply connector on the 884PW mixer.
2.4k
1
INPUT CH.5
CH.5 CH.6 CH.7 CH.8
7 8
Satellite
Relay
Organ
Relay
+
+
CH DIRECT OUT
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
+24VDC
CH.5 CH.6 CH.7 CH.8
IMPORTANT NOTE: ALL
RELAYS must have a
"snubber" diode placed across
the coil connections as shown.
This diode must be a 1N4001
or any diode with a greater
PIV and equal current rating.
FAILURE TO USE THE
PROPER DIODE WILL
CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE
MIXER WHICH WILL
REQUIRE NON-WARRANTY
FACTORY SERVICE.
Remote Switch Terminals on Rane RPM26
Satellite Vol.
Com 1
Satellite LED
10k
Linear
2
3
4 5
6
7 8
2.4k
On/Off Switch
External 24VDC
Power Supply
LOUD
SOFT
(contractor supplied)
RMT+
Chassis
Gnd
Rmt Lvl CH.5
Gnd
RMT LED AUDIO
COMBINE
NET 1+2 2+3 3+4 4+5 5+6
MSTR TAPE OUT
A
B C
D
MSTR RMT LEVEL MSTR OUT A MSTR OUT B MSTR OUT C MSTR OUT D
A
B C
D
Heritage plan
JUMPER
2.4k
Chapel
Output
+24VDC
Chapel LED
Chapel Vol.
SOFT
Chapel Power
LOUD
Mstr RMT
Lvl "A"
Chassis
Gnd
RMT+
Gnd
Cultural
Center
Output
Tape
Output
IR-1 Door#2Sensor
Note: Door 3 does
NOT exist on the
Heritage plan. A
jumper is installed
in place of the IR-1.
White Blue
Perimiter
Output
IR-1 Door#1Sensor
(OV-CC1)
White
White Blue
White
RMT+
RMT+
Gnd
Red
Red
Red
Red
Black
Lightsource
Black
Receiver
Black
Lightsource
Black
Receiver
Gnd
Refer to Ivie IR-1 data sheet for detailed connection information
884+ Connections For HERITAGE 98 LDS Meetinghouse
Rev 3 Dec. 99
REMOTE LEVEL
INPUT CH.1
INPUT CH.2 INPUT CH.3
INPUT CH.4
REMOTE LEVEL
CH.1 CH.2 CH.3 CH.4
Pulpit Mic Sacrament
C. Center Mic 1
C. Center Mic 2
INPUT CH.6
INPUT CH.7
INPUT CH.8
Rostrum
Side
Tape/
Satellite
C. Center
Mic 2
C. Center
Mic 3
C. Center
Mic 1
C. Center Mic 3
Cultural
Center
Remotes
SOFT
Chassis
Gnd
RMT+
The negative terminal of the
external, 24 Volt DC, power supply
must be connected to the "Chassis
Gnd" terminal of the mixer. DO NOT
CONNECT the power supply ground
to any other terminal on the 884PW.
LOUD
C. Center
Auto/Man
Switch/LED
C. Center
ON/OFF
Switch/LED
2
3
PRESET
4 1
2
3
-
CH DIRECT OUT
4 5
6
1N4001
+
7
5
-
6
7 8
OV
Relay
Organ
Relay
+
+
CH DIRECT OUT
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
-
Satellite
Relay
+
PRESET
FUNCTION OUT
CH.1 CH.2 CH.3 CH.4
-
Rack
Power
Relay
Master
Mute
Frrom ALL
other
Grounds
2.4k
FUNCTION OUT
Ground
Link
See Manual
Audio Chassis
Gnd
Gnd
This terminal is located adjacent to the power
supply connector on the 884PW mixer.
2.4k
1
INPUT CH.5
CH.5 CH.6 CH.7 CH.8
+24VDC
CH.5 CH.6 CH.7 CH.8
IMPORTANT NOTE: ALL
RELAYS must have a
"snubber" diode placed across
the coil connections as shown.
This diode must be a 1N4001
or any diode with a greater
PIV and equal current rating.
FAILURE TO USE THE
PROPER DIODE WILL
CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE
MIXER WHICH WILL
REQUIRE NON-WARRANTY
FACTORY SERVICE.
Remote Switch Terminals on Rane RPM26
Satellite Vol.
Com 1
Satellite LED
10k
Linear
2
3
4 5
6
7 8
2.4k
External 24VDC
Power Supply
On/Off Switch
SOFT
LOUD
(contractor supplied)
RMT+
Rmt Lvl CH.5
Gnd
Chassis
Gnd
RMT LED AUDIO
COMBINE
NET 1+2 2+3 3+4 4+5 5+6
2.4k
Chapel
Output
+24VDC
Chapel LED
Chapel Vol.
MSTR RMT LEVEL MSTR OUT A MSTR OUT B MSTR OUT C MSTR OUT D
A
B C
D
MSTR TAPE OUT
A
B C
D
IR-1 Door#3Sensor
(CP-CC3)
Chapel Power
White Blue
Cultural
Center
Output
IR-1 Door#2Sensor
(CC3-CC2)
White
White Blue
SOFT
Chassis
Gnd
LOUD
Gnd
Perimiter
Output
IR-1 Door#1Sensor
(CC2-CC1)
White
RMT+
RMT+
Tape
Output
White Blue
White
RMT+
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Black
Lightsource
Black
Receiver
Black
Lightsource
Black
Receiver
Black
Lightsource
Black
Receiver
Gnd
Gnd
Mstr RMT
Lvl "A"
RMT+
Refer to Ivie IR-1 data sheet for detailed connection information
884+ Connections For LEGACY 98 LDS Meetinghouse
Rev 3 Dec. 99
REMOTE LEVEL
INPUT CH.1
INPUT CH.2 INPUT CH.3
INPUT CH.4
REMOTE LEVEL
CH.1 CH.2 CH.3 CH.4
INPUT CH.5
INPUT CH.6
INPUT CH.7
INPUT CH.8
C. Center
Mic 2
C. Center
Mic 3
CH.5 CH.6 CH.7 CH.8
Pulpit Mic Sacrament Rostrum Left Rostrum Right
C. Center Mic 1
C. Center Mic 2
Tape/
Satellite
C. Center
Mic 1
C. Center Mic 3
Cultural
Center
Remotes
SOFT
Chassis
Gnd
RMT+
The negative terminal of the
external, 24 Volt DC, power supply
must be connected to the "Chassis
Gnd" terminal of the mixer. DO NOT
CONNECT the power supply ground
to any other terminal on the 884PW.
LOUD
C. Center
Auto/Man
Switch/LED
C. Center
ON/OFF
Switch/LED
Ground
Link
See Manual
Master
Mute
Gnd
Audio Chassis
Gnd
Gnd
This terminal is located adjacent to the power
supply connector on the 884PW mixer.
From ALL
other
Crounds
FUNCTION OUT
1
2
3
PRESET
4 1
2
3
-
4 5
CH DIRECT OUT
6
+
5
-
+
6
7 8
OV
Relay
Organ
Relay
+
+
CH DIRECT OUT
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
-
Satellite
Relay
Rmt Lvl CH.5
PRESET
FUNCTION OUT
CH.1 CH.2 CH.3 CH.4
-
Rack
Power
Relay
1N4001
7
+24VDC
IMPORTANT NOTE: ALL
RELAYS must have a
"snubber" diode placed across
the coil connections as shown.
This diode must be a 1N4001
or any diode with a greater
PIV and equal current rating.
FAILURE TO USE THE
PROPER DIODE WILL
CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE
MIXER WHICH WILL
REQUIRE NON-WARRANTY
FACTORY SERVICE.
CH.5 CH.6 CH.7 CH.8
WIRE JUMPER
Configures Mixer
for use in a
SAGE building
Remote Switch Terminals on Rane RPM26
Satellite Vol.
Com 1
Satellite LED
10k
Linear
2
3
4 5
6
7 8
2.4k
On/Off Switch
LOUD
External 24VDC
Power Supply
SOFT
(contractor supplied)
RMT+
Chassis
Gnd
RMT LED AUDIO
COMBINE
NET 1+2 2+3 3+4 4+5 5+6
2.4k
Chapel
Output
+24VDC
Chapel LED
Chapel Vol.
MSTR RMT LEVEL MSTR OUT A MSTR OUT B MSTR OUT C MSTR OUT D
A
B C
D
MSTR TAPE OUT
A
B C
D
IR-1 Door#3Sensor
(CP-CC3)
Chapel Power
White Blue
Cultural
Center
Output
IR-1 Door#2Sensor
(CC3-CC2)
White
White Blue
LOUD
SOFT
Gnd
Perimiter
Output
IR-1 Door#1Sensor
(CC2-CC1)
White
RMT+
RMT+
Tape
Output
White Blue
White
RMT+
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Black
Lightsource
Black
Receiver
Black
Lightsource
Black
Receiver
Black
Lightsource
Black
Receiver
Gnd
Gnd
Mstr RMT
Lvl "A"
Chassis
Gnd
RMT+
Refer to Ivie IR-1 data sheet for detailed connection information
884+ Connections For SAGE 98 LDS Meetinghouse
Rev 3 Dec. 99
REMOTE LEVEL
INPUT CH.1
INPUT CH.2 INPUT CH.3
INPUT CH.4
REMOTE LEVEL
CH.1 CH.2 CH.3 CH.4
Pulpit Mic Sacrament
C. Center Mic 1
C. Center Mic 2
INPUT CH.6
INPUT CH.7
INPUT CH.8
Rostrum
Side
Tape/
Satellite
C. Center
Mic 2
C. Center
Mic 3
C. Center
Mic 1
C. Center Mic 3
Cultural
Center
Remotes
SOFT
Chassis
Gnd
RMT+
The negative terminal of the
external, 24 Volt DC, power supply
must be connected to the "Chassis
Gnd" terminal of the mixer. DO NOT
CONNECT the power supply ground
to any other terminal on the 884PW.
LOUD
C. Center
Auto/Man
Switch/LED
C. Center
ON/OFF
Switch/LED
2
3
PRESET
4 1
2
3
-
CH DIRECT OUT
4 5
6
1N4001
+
7
5
-
6
7 8
OV
Relay
Organ
Relay
+
+
CH DIRECT OUT
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
-
Satellite
Relay
+
PRESET
FUNCTION OUT
CH.1 CH.2 CH.3 CH.4
-
Rack
Power
Relay
Master
Mute
Frrom ALL
other
Grounds
2.4k
FUNCTION OUT
Ground
Link
See Manual
Audio Chassis
Gnd
Gnd
This terminal is located adjacent to the power
supply connector on the 884PW mixer.
2.4k
1
INPUT CH.5
CH.5 CH.6 CH.7 CH.8
+24VDC
CH.5 CH.6 CH.7 CH.8
IMPORTANT NOTE: ALL
RELAYS must have a
"snubber" diode placed across
the coil connections as shown.
This diode must be a 1N4001
or any diode with a greater
PIV and equal current rating.
FAILURE TO USE THE
PROPER DIODE WILL
CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE
MIXER WHICH WILL
REQUIRE NON-WARRANTY
FACTORY SERVICE.
Remote Switch Terminals on Rane RPM26
Satellite Vol.
Com 1
Satellite LED
10k
Linear
2
3
4 5
6
7 8
2.4k
External 24VDC
Power Supply
On/Off Switch
SOFT
LOUD
(contractor supplied)
RMT+
Rmt Lvl CH.5
Gnd
Chassis
Gnd
RMT LED AUDIO
COMBINE
NET 1+2 2+3 3+4 4+5 5+6
MSTR RMT LEVEL MSTR OUT A MSTR OUT B MSTR OUT C MSTR OUT D
A
B C
D
MSTR TAPE OUT
A
B C
D
2-Door Retro
JUMPER
2.4k
Chapel
Output
+24VDC
Chapel LED
Chapel Vol.
IR-1 Door#3Sensor
(CP-CC3)
Chapel Power
White Blue
Cultural
Center
Output
IR-1 Door#2Sensor
(CC3-CC2)
White
White Blue
White
RMT+
RMT+
SOFT
Chassis
Gnd
LOUD
Mstr RMT
Lvl "A"
Gnd
Red
Red
Black
Lightsource
Black
Receiver
Gnd
Red
Red
Black
Lightsource
Black
Receiver
Tape
Output
Perimiter
Output
IR-1 Door#1Sensor
(CC2-CC1)
Note: Door 1 does
NOT exist on the
2-Door Retro plan.
A jumper is installed
in place of the IR-1.
RMT+
Refer to Ivie IR-1 data sheet for detailed connection information
884+ Connections For 2-Door Retrofit (Legacy Style)
Rev 3 Dec. 99
The negative terminal of the external, 24 Volt DC,
power supply must be connected to the "Chassis Gnd"
terminal of the mixer. DO NOT CONNECT the power
supply ground to any other terminal on the 884PW.
External 24VDC
Power Supply
(contractor supplied)
(Label color is Lime Green)
FUNCTION OUT
1
2
3
PRESET
4 1
2
3
4 5
CH DIRECT OUT
6
7
CH.1 CH.2 CH.3 CH.4
Ivie Technologies CP-884
(Label color is White)
MSTR RMT LEVEL MSTR OUT A MSTR OUT B MSTR OUT C MSTR OUT D
A
B C
D
(Label color is Pink)
RMT LED AUDIO
COMBINE
NET 1+2 2+3 3+4 4+5 5+6
MSTR TAPE OUT
A
B C
D
PULPIT UP
PULPIT DOWN
+24DC (PWR)
FUNCTION OUT 1
CMB 2+3
MSTR RMT LVL 'A'
RMT +
GND
This terminal is located adjacent to the power
supply connector on the 884PW mixer.
Ground
Link
See Manual
Master
Mute
Audio Chassis
Gnd
Gnd
Ivie CP-884 to Ivie 884+ Wiring Diagram
Rev 3 Dec. 99
Ground
Link
See Manual
Master
Mute
This terminal is located
adjacent to the power
supply connector on the
884PW mixer.
Audio Chassis
Gnd
Gnd
(Label color is Pink)
RMT LED AUDIO
COMBINE
NET 1+2 2+3 3+4 4+5 5+6
MSTR TAPE OUT
A
B C
D
(Label color is Orange)
REMOTE LEVEL
INPUT CH.5
INPUT CH.6
INPUT CH.7
INPUT CH.8
GND
RMT +
RMT LVL CH8
RMT LVL CH7
RMT LVL CH6
PRESET 12
Ivie Technologies CC-884
CH.5 CH.6 CH.7 CH.8
(Label color is Red)
FUNCTION OUT
5
6
PRESET
7 8
CH DIRECT OUT
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
CH.5 CH.6 CH.7 CH.8
PRESET 13
FUNCTION OUT 2
FUNCTION OUT 5
+24DC (PWR)
(Label color is Lime Green)
FUNCTION OUT
1
2
3
4 1
PRESET
2
3
4 5
CH DIRECT OUT
6
7
CH.1 CH.2 CH.3 CH.4
- INPUT CH8
+ INPUT CH8
SHIELD CH8
External 24VDC
Power Supply
(contractor supplied)
The negative terminal of the external, 24 Volt DC,
power supply must be connected to the "Chassis
Gnd" terminal of the mixer. DO NOT CONNECT
the power supply ground to any other terminal on
the 884PW.
Ivie CC-884 to Ivie 884+ Wiring Diagram
Rev 3 Dec. 99
Ground
Link
See Manual
Master
Mute
This terminal is located
adjacent to the power
supply connector on the
884PW mixer.
Audio Chassis
Gnd
Gnd
(Label color is Lime Green)
FUNCTION OUT
1
2
3
PRESET
4 1
2
3
4 5
CH DIRECT OUT
6
7
CH.1 CH.2 CH.3 CH.4
(Label color is Orange)
REMOTE LEVEL
INPUT CH.5
INPUT CH.6
INPUT CH.7
INPUT CH.8
CH.5 CH.6 CH.7 CH.8
(Label color is Pink)
RMT LED AUDIO
COMBINE
NET 1+2 2+3 3+4 4+5 5+6
MSTR TAPE OUT
A
B C
D
GND
RMT LVL CH5
RMT+
CMB 1+2
24VDC
FUNCTION 3
The negative terminal of the external, 24 Volt DC,
power supply must be connected to the "Chassis Gnd"
terminal of the mixer. DO NOT CONNECT the power
supply ground to any other terminal on the 884PW.
External 24VDC
Power Supply
(contractor supplied)
Ivie CS-884 to Ivie 884+ Wiring Diagram
Rev 3 Dec. 99
1 - SAT Power Switch
2 - Rmt Level Ch.5
3 - RMT+
4 - +24Vdc
5 - +24Vdc
6 - SAT ON LED
7 - Ground
8 - Ground
CS884
GND
White-Brown, Brown
RMT LVL CH5 Orange
RMT+
Connect to 884IF,
CS884
White-Green
CMB 1+2
24VDC
White-Orange
Blue, White-Blue
FUNCTION 3 Green
1 White-Orange
2 Orange
3 White-Green
4 Blue
5 White-Blue
6 Green
7 White-Brown
8 Brown
Ivie CS-884 to Ivie 884IF+ Wiring Diagram
1 - CC Power Switch
2 - Rmt Level Ch.6
3 - RMT+
4 - +24Vdc
5 - +24Vdc
6 - CC Power LED
7 - Ground
8 - Ground
Ivie Technologies CP-884
CP884
Connect to 884IF,
CP884
PULPIT UP
PULPIT DOWN
+24DC (PWR)
FUNCTION OUT 1
CMB 2+3
MSTR RMT LVL 'A'
RMT +
GND
Ivie
Technologies, Inc.
White-Green
Blue
White-Blue
Green
White-Orange
Orange
1 White-Orange
2 Orange
3 White-Green
4 Blue
5 White-Blue
6 Green
7 White-Brown
8 Brown
White-Brown
Brown
Ivie CP-884 to Ivie 884IF+ Wiring Diagram
Rev. 1 Feb. 2002
1 - CC Auto/Man Switch
2 - Rmt Level Ch.7
3 - Rmt Level Ch.8
4 - No Connection
5 - No Connection
6 - CC Auto/Man LED
7 - No Connection
8 - No Connection
BE CAREFUL! Since there are two 8 conductor cables with IDENTICAL colorcoding it is very easy to interchange wires of the same color-code between the
two cables.
GND
RMT +
White-Brown, Brown
White-Green
RMT LVL CH8
White-Green
RMT LVL CH7
Orange
RMT LVL CH6
Orange
PRESET 12
White-Orange
PRESET 13
White-Orange
FUNCTION OUT 2
Green
FUNCTION OUT 5
Green
Ivie Technologies CC-884
CC884
Connect to 884IF,
CC884-2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
White-Orange
Orange
White-Green
Blue
White-Blue
Green
White-Brown
Brown
Connect to 884IF,
CC884-1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
White-Orange
Orange
White-Green
Blue
White-Blue
Green
White-Brown
Brown
+24DC (PWR)
Blue, White-Blue
(Label color is Orange)
- INPUT CH8
INPUT CH.5
INPUT CH.6
INPUT CH.7
INPUT CH.8
CH.5 CH.6 CH.7 CH.8
+ INPUT CH8
SHIELD CH8
Ivie
Technologies, Inc.
1 - CC Auto/Man Switch
2 - Rmt Level Ch.6
3 - RMT+
4 - +24Vdc
5 - +24Vdc
6 - CC Power LED
7 - Ground
8 - Ground
Ivie CC-884 to Ivie 884IF+ Wiring Diagram
Rev. 1 Feb.
2002
Mount IR-1 to
flanges on each
side of sliding door
IR-1
IR-1
Lightsource
Receiver
Power Indicator
Individual
Conductor Colors
Beam Alignment Indicator
Align Sensors on all three axes.
1 - Door Switch
2 - No Connection
3 - No Connection
4 - +24Vdc
5 - +24Vdc
6 - No Connection
7 - Ground
8 - Ground
Blue White
Green
Not
Connected
Green
Not
Connected
White (from receiver)
Connect to 884IF,
IR1 Door 1,2 or 3
White-Orange
Red
Black
Blue
White-Blue
White-Brown
Brown
1 White-Orange
2 Orange
3 White-Green
4 Blue
5 White-Blue
6 Green
7 White-Brown
8 Brown
Ivie IR-1 to Ivie 884IF+ Wiring Diagram
The HERITAGE plan has only two
sliding doors (1& 2). Door three
does not exist so a "Jumper" plug
is plugged into the Door #3 RJ45
socket on the 884-IF to simulate
an open door condtion. Other
plans and or retrofits may also
require one or more "Jumpers."
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Technologies, Inc.
One wire connected between Pin 1 and Pin 8.
No connections to Pins 2,3,4,5,6, or 7
1 White-Orange
2 No Connection
3 No Connection
4 No Connection
5 No Connection
6 No Connection
7 No Connection
8 White-Orange
Ivie IR-1 Door "Jumper" plug
Rev. 18 Feb. 2002