System 10 PRO
Digital Wireless System
Installation and Operation
ATW-1301
UniPak® Transmitter System
ATW-1301/L
Lavalier Microphone System
ATW-1302
Handheld Microphone System
ATW-1311
Dual UniPak® Transmitter System
ATW-1311/L
Dual Lavalier Microphone System
ATW-1312
UniPak®/Handheld Combo System
ATW-1312/L
Lavalier/Handheld Combo System
ATW-1322
Dual Handheld Microphone System
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CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE SCREWS.
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THE
APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CERTIFICATION: THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES. THIS DEVICE
COMPLIES WITH INDUSTRY CANADA LICENSE-EXEMPT RSS STANDARD(S). OPERATION IS
SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS: (1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE HARMFUL
INTERFERENCE, AND (2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY INTERFERENCE RECEIVED,
INCLUDING INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE UNDESIRED OPERATION.
Cet appareil est conforme à la/aux norme(s) CNR exempte(s) de licence d’Industrie Canada.
Son fonctionnement est soumis aux deux conditions suivantes : (1) cet appareil ne doit pas
causer d’interférence et (2) cet appareil doit accepter toutes les interférences, y compris celles
susceptibles de provoquer un fonctionnement non souhaité.
Under Industry Canada regulations, this radio transmitter may only operate using an antenna of
a type and maximum (or lesser) gain approved for the transmitter by Industry Canada. To reduce
potential radio interference to other users, the antenna type and its gain should be so chosen
that the equivalent isotropically radiated power (e.i.r.p.) is not more than that necessary for
successful communication.
Conformément à la réglementation d'Industrie Canada, le présent émetteur radio peut
fonctionner avec une antenne d'un type et d'un gain maximal (ou inférieur) approuvé pour
l'émetteur par Industrie Canada. Dans le but de réduire les risques de brouillage radioélectrique
à l'intention des autres utilisateurs, il faut choisir le type d'antenne et son gain de sorte que la
puissance isotrope rayonnée équivalente (p.i.r.e.) ne dépasse pas l'intensité nécessaire à
l'établissement d'une communication satisfaisante.
WARNING: Changes or modifications not expressly approved in writing by Audio-Technica may
void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
RF Exposure Statement: This transmitter must not be co-located or operated in conjunction
with any other antenna or transmitter used in other systems.
The ATW-T1001, ATW-T1002 and ATW-RU13 complies with FCC/IC radiation exposure limits
set forth for an uncontrolled environment and meets the FCC radio frequency (RF) Exposure
Guidelines and RSS-102 of the IC radio frequency (RF) Exposure rules. This equipment has
very low levels of RF energy that it deemed to comply without maximum permissive exposure
evaluation. (MPE). But it is desirable that it should be installed and operated keeping the
radiator at least 20cm or more away from person’s body.
Le ATW-T1001, ATW-T1002 et ATW-RU13 conformes aux limites d’exposition aux
rayonnements énoncées pour un environnement non contrôlé et respecte les règles
d’exposition aux fréquences radioélectriques (RF) CNR-102 de l’IC. Cet équipement émet une
énergie RF très faible qui est considérée conforme sans évaluation de l ’exposition maximale
autorisée. Cependant, il est souhaitable qu'il devrait être installé et utilisé en gardant une
distance de 20 cm ou plus entre le dispositif rayonnant et le corps.
Note: The ATW-RC13 has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil umerique de la
classe B est conforme a la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
CAUTION! Electrical shock can result from removal of the receiver chassis cover. Refer
servicing to qualified service personnel. No userserviceable parts inside. Do not expose
to rain or moisture. The circuits inside the chassis, receivers and transmitters have been
precisely adjusted for optimum performance and compliance with federal regulations. Do not
attempt to open the chassis, receivers or transmitters. To do so will void the warranty, and
may cause improper operation.
Notice to individuals with implanted cardiac pacemakers or AICD devices: Any
source of RF (radio frequency) energy may interfere with normal functioning of the implanted
device. All wireless microphones have low-power transmitters (less than 0.05 watts output)
which are unlikely to cause difficulty, especially if they are at least a few inches away.
However, since a “body-pack” mic transmitter typically is placed against the body, we suggest
attaching it at the belt, rather than in a shirt pocket where it may be immediately adjacent
to the medical device. Note also that any medical-device disruption will cease when the RF
transmitting source is turned off. Please contact your physician or medical-device provider
if you have any questions, or experience any problems with the use of this or any other RF
equipment.
Important Safety Instructions
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Clean only with a dry cloth.
7. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
10. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the
apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged,
liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been
exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
Thank you for choosing an Audio-Technica System 10 PRO Rack-Mount
digital wireless system. You have joined thousands of other satisfied
customers who have chosen our products because of their quality,
performance and reliability. This wireless microphone system is the
successful result of years of design and manufacturing experience.
Audio-Technica’s System 10 PRO Rack-Mount is a digital wireless
system designed to provide rock-solid performance along with easy
setup and clear, natural sound quality. Featuring a dual-receiver chassis
and remote-mount receiver unit capability, System 10 PRO Rack-Mount
is available in various handheld and body-pack configurations. Operating
in the 2.4 GHz range, far from TV and DTV interference, System 10
PRO Rack-Mount offers extremely easy operation and instantaneous
channel selection. Up to ten channels may be used together without
any frequency coordination problems or group selection issues.
System 10 wireless ensures clear communications by providing three
levels of diversity assurance: frequency, time, and space. Frequency
Diversity sends the signal on two dynamically allocated frequencies
for interference-free communication. Time Diversity sends the signal
in multiple time slots to maximize immunity to multi-path interference.
Finally, Space Diversity uses two antennas on each transmitter and
receiver to maximize signal integrity.
Each configuration of the System 10 PRO digital wireless system
includes a rack-mountable receiver chassis with two receiver unit
docks. Depending on the configuration, the system will also include
one or two receiver units that may be docked in the chassis or
mounted remotely, and one or two transmitters of either the handheld
microphone or body-pack style (or one of each). Some configurations
also include one or two lavalier mics that attach to the body-pack
transmitters. Up to five chassis (10 receiver units) can be linked with the
included RJ12 cable to allow for simultaneous use of all receivers and
increased stability of the multi-channel system.
Because System 10 packaging is designed to hold all versions of
the system, some compartments in the carton may be intentionally
left empty.
The ATW-R1300 includes a switching power supply that automatically
adapts to changes in mains voltage.
The versatile ATW-T1001 UniPak® body-pack transmitter has both a highimpedance input for instruments, and a low-impedance input with bias
connection for use with dynamic and electret condenser microphones.
The ATW-T1002 handheld transmitter features a unidirectional dynamic
microphone element.
Both the body-pack and handheld transmitters use internal AA batteries
and have Power/Mute switches and input Trim (level) adjustments.
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Installation
Receiver Unit Location
For best operation, position receiver unit so it is off the floor, in line of
sight of transmitter and away from any large obstructions. Keep the
receiver unit away from noise sources such as other digital wireless
equipment, microwave ovens, as well as away from large metal objects.
Keep System 10 receivers 30' (9 m) away from wireless access points.
Output Connection
The ATW-R1300 is equipped with two audio outputs for each receiver:
a balanced XLR-type output and an unbalanced ¼" TRS phone jack. Use
shielded audio cable for the connection between the receiver and the
mixer. If the input of the mixer is a ¼" jack, connect a cable from the
¼" unbalanced audio output on the back of the receiver chassis to the
mixer. If the input of the mixer is an XLR-type input, connect a cable
from the balanced XLR-type audio output on the back of the chassis to
the mixer.
Power Connection
Connect the DC plug on the included AC power adapter to the DC
power input on the back of the receiver chassis. Secure the cord over
the cord hook on the chassis to keep the plug from being accidentally
dislodged. Plug the adapter into a standard 120 Volt 60 Hz AC power
outlet. The receiver chassis is equipped with a power On/Off switch.
Turn the power off when system is not in use, and unplug the power
supply if you expect not to use the system for an extended period.
Antennas
For best reception, position the removable antennas in the shape of a
“V” so that both tilt 45°.
Link Connection
When using multiple systems together it is strongly recommended
that you link all of the chassis (up to five) using the RJ12 cable included
with each system. (Linking is not necessary if you are using only a
single chassis.) Linking creates a much more stable environment in
which receivers work together, with all receiving, transmitting and
frequency allocation coordinated to prevent audio dropouts and enable
simultaneous use of up to 10 channels. See “Linking Systems” on page
9 for more details.
ATW-RC13 Receiver Chassis Controls and Functions
Figure A — Front Panel Controls and Functions
1. Power Switch: Press to turn power on and off.
2. Service Port: For use only by manufacturer or other qualified
service technician.
3. Receiver Unit Docks: Insert individual receivers to use them locally.
4. Receiver Unit Releases: Press to eject receivers.
5. Audio Indicator (one for each receiver): Illuminates green when
sound is received from transmitter, yellow when audio is nearing
peak level, and red when peak level is reached.
6. Pairing Indicator (one for each receiver): Flashes green in pair mode;
illuminates solidly green once transmitter is paired.
7. System ID Select Switch (one for each receiver): Press to cycle
through System ID numbers. (System ID is a shared number
assigned to a paired receiver and transmitter for identification
purposes.)
8. Pairing Switch (one for each receiver): Press to initiate pairing.
9. System ID Display includes the following:
a. RF Signal Level Indicator (one for each receiver): Shows strength
of the RF signal received from the transmitter
b. System ID (one for each receiver): Shows the System
ID number
c. Transmitter Battery Gauge TX (one for each receiver): Shows
the capacity of the transmitter’s batteries
d. Link Indicator: Shows that the chassis has been linked to
another chassis
Figure A
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Figure B, C & D — Rear Panel Controls and Functions
1. RJ45 Connector: Use Ethernet cable (not included) to mount
receiver remotely up to 328' (100 m) from chassis.
2. AF Level (Volume) Control: Adjusts audio output level of both AF
output jacks; maximum output is fully clockwise.
3. Ground Lift Switch: Disconnects the ground pin of the balanced
output jack (5) from ground. Normally, the switch should be to the
left (ground connected). If hum caused by a ground loop occurs,
slide switch to the right (ground lifted).
4. Unbalanced Audio Output Jack: ¼" phone jack. Can be connected
to an unbalanced aux-level input of a mixer, guitar amp or recording
device.
5. Balanced Audio Output Jack: XLRM-type connector. A standard
2-conductor shielded cable can be used to connect the receiver
output to a balanced microphone-level input on a mixer or
integrated amplifier.
6. Receiver Chassis Link IN/OUT Connector: Use included RJ12 cable
to link chassis to another ATW-R1300 chassis. Up to five chassis (10
receivers) may be linked.
7. Cord Hook: Loop the cord around the cord hook to keep the DC plug
from pulling loose accidentally.
8. Power Input Jack: Connect the DC plug from the included
AC adapter.
9. Rack Mounting Brackets: Attach brackets to the sides of the receiver
chassis using supplied screws.
10.Joining Plate: Attach to the bottom of two receiver chassis using
supplied screws.
Figure B
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Figure C — Rack Mounting Brackets
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Figure D — Joining Plate
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ATW-RU13 Receiver Unit Controls and Functions
Figure E — ATW-RU13 Functions
1. Antenna: Attach antennas and angle them away from each other so
a “V” shape is formed. Antennas attach via SMA connectors.
2. Mounting Socket: ¼"-20 thread socket for mounting receiver
remotely to tripod or other device with a ¼" screw.
3. Receiver Status Indicator: LED is off when receiver is without
power, blinks slowly when receiver is not paired with a transmitter,
blinks quickly during pairing process, and illuminates solidly green
once receiver is paired with a transmitter.
Figure E
4. RJ45 Connector: Run Ethernet cable to chassis to mount receiver
remotely (cable not included).
5. Holder Release Tab: Lift tab up to release receiver from holder.
Figure F — AT8690 RU13 Holder Front and Back
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Figure G — RU13 and RC13
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ATW-T1002 Transmitter Setup Controls and Functions
Battery Selection and Installation
Two alkaline AA batteries are recommended. When inserting the
batteries, observe correct polarity as marked inside the battery
compartment.
Power / Battery / Mute
Status Indicator
Level Control
System ID Display
Pairing Switch
Battery
Compartment
Screwdriver
Figure H — ATW-T1002 Handheld Transmitter
Handheld Transmitter Battery Installation
1. While holding the upper part of the transmitter body just below the
ball-screen, unscrew the lower body cover and slide it off to expose
the battery compartment (Fig. H).
2. Carefully insert two fresh AA alkaline batteries, observing
polarity markings.
3. Screw the body back together. Do not overtighten.
Handheld Transmitter Battery Condition Indicator
After the batteries are installed, press and hold the Power/Mute switch
on the bottom of the handheld transmitter until the indicator LED turns
green. If the indicator LED does not light up when the Power/Mute
switch is pressed, the batteries are installed incorrectly or they are
dead. The indicator LED will flash to show low-battery condition.
Power/Mute Switch
Handheld Transmitter Mute Function
With the transmitter on, a slight touch of the power switch will toggle
between muted and unmuted operation. Red indicator LED shows
muted operation. Green indicator LED shows unmuted operation.
Handheld Transmitter Mute Lock Function
Transmitter must be off to activate mute lock. Press and hold the Pairing
Switch and then press and hold the Power/Mute button until transmitter
powers on. Note: There is no dot next to the System ID when mute
lock is activated.
Transmitter must be off to deactivate mute lock. Press and hold the
Pairing Switch and then press and hold the Power/Mute button until
transmitter powers on. When deactivated, a dot will display next to the
System ID.
Handheld Transmitter Pairing Switch
Used to complete pairing sequence. See page 8.
Handheld Transmitter Level Control
Used to set microphone level. See page 8.
Handheld Transmitter Screwdriver
Used to adjust Level Control. See page 8.
Handheld Transmitter System ID Display
Shows System ID. See page 8. Note: System ID is a shared number
assigned to a paired receiver and transmitter for identification purposes.
When Power is applied, the System ID Display on the transmitter glows
bright and then turns off to conserve battery life. To turn the System ID
Display back on, mute and unmute the transmitter.
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Microphone / Instrument Level Control
LR6,AA
Pairing Switch
Screwdriver
System ID Display
Battery Compartment
Figure I — ATW-T1001 UniPak Transmitter
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UniPak® Transmitter Battery Installation
1. Slide off the battery cover.
2. Carefully insert two fresh AA alkaline batteries, observing polarity
markings.
3. Replace the battery cover (Fig. I).
Figure J — UniPak® Transmitter
Power/Mute
Button
UniPak® Transmitter Power/Mute/Battery Indicator
After the battery is installed, press and hold the Power/Mute button
until the indicator LED turns green (Fig. J). If the indicator LED does not
light up when the power button is pressed, the batteries are installed
incorrectly or they are dead. The indicator LED will flash to show lowbattery condition.
Input
Connector
Antenna
UniPak® Transmitter Mute Function
With the transmitter on, a slight touch of the Power/Mute button will
toggle between muted and unmuted operation. Red indicator LED shows
muted operation. Green indicator LED shows unmuted operation.
UniPak® Transmitter Mute Lock Function
Transmitter must be off to activate mute lock. Press and hold the Pairing
Switch and then press and hold the Power/Mute button until transmitter
powers on. Note: There is no dot next to the System ID when mute
lock is activated.
Indicator LED
(Power/Mute/Battery)
Transmitter must be off to deactivate mute lock. Press and hold the
Pairing Switch and then press and hold the Power/Mute button until
transmitter powers on. When deactivated, a dot will display next to the
System ID.
UniPak® Transmitter Input Connection
Connect an audio input device (microphone or guitar cable) to the
audio input connector on the top of the transmitter. A number of
Audio-Technica professional microphones and cables are available
separately, pre-terminated with a UniPak® input connector (see
www.audio-technica.com).
UniPak® Transmitter Screwdriver
Used to adjust Level Control. See page 8.
UniPak® Transmitter Antenna
The UniPak® transmitter includes a permanently-attached antenna. If
the received signal is marginal, experiment with different transmitter
positions on your body or instrument; or try repositioning the receiver.
Do not attempt to remove, replace or change the length of the
transmitting antenna.
UniPak® Transmitter System ID Display
Shows System ID. See page 8. Note: System ID is a shared number
assigned to a paired receiver and transmitter for identification purposes.
When power is applied, the System ID Display on the transmitter glows
bright and then turns off to conserve battery life. To turn the System ID
Display back on, mute and unmute the transmitter.
UniPak® Transmitter Pairing Switch
Used to complete pairing sequence. See page 8.
UniPak® Transmitter Microphone/Instrument Level Control
Used to set microphone/instrument level. See page 8.
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System Operation
Turn down the volume control for both receivers and the mixer/amplifier
level before starting up the wireless system. Do not switch on the
transmitter yet.
Receiver on...
Plug the power supply into an AC power source, then turn on the power
switch. The blue System ID Display will illuminate.
Transmitter on...
When the transmitter is switched on, Receiver A's green Pairing
Indicator lights along with two indicators on the transmitter: the green
Power/Battery/Mute status indicator and the blue System ID. The blue
System ID display on the transmitter turns off after 30 seconds to
conserve battery power; the transmitter Power/Battery/Mute status
indicator will remain illuminated, indicating transmitter status.
To re-illuminate System ID display, press the Power/Mute switch. Note:
this will alter the transmitter mute status. A slight touch of the power
switch toggles between muted and unmuted operation.
The transmitter’s Power/Battery/Mute status indicator glows red when
transmitter is muted, or green to indicate unmuted status. In a lowbattery situation, the Power/Battery/Mute status indicator blinks.
The transmitters have a soft-touch power switch. When the switch is
set to “Mute” (red indicator LED), the transmitter produces RF with
no audio signal. When the switch is “On” (green indicator LED) the
transmitter produces both RF and audio. Excessive audio input to the
transmitter will cause the receiver’s Audio Indicator to light red.
Receiver Volume
Under typical operating conditions, the receiver’s volume control should
be turned all the way up, with overall system audio gain adjusted at the
mixer or amplifier.
Input Level Adjustment
Input trimmer controls in the transmitters enable you to maximize
performance for a particular microphone or guitar sensitivity, or to
adjust for different acoustic input levels.
Adjusting Input Level — UniPak® Transmitter
Slide the battery cover off the transmitter and remove the screwdriver
from its clip. Using the screwdriver, gently turn the “VOL” (Volume –
Microphone/Instrument Level) all the way up (clockwise, toward “H”).
Check for excessive gain by speaking/singing into the microphone
at typically loud levels while watching the receiver’s Audio Indicator.
If the Audio Indicator lights red, turn the “VOL” control slightly
counterclockwise until the Audio Indicator lights green or yellow with
maximum audio input to the transmitter.
Adjusting Input Level — Handheld Transmitter
Unscrew the lower body cover and slide it off, exposing the screwdriver
and "LEVEL" (Gain Trimmer) control. Remove the screwdriver from its
clip. Gently turn the "LEVEL" all the way up (clockwise, toward "H").
Check for excessive gain by speaking/singing into the microphone
at typically loud levels while watching the receiver’s Audio Indicator.
If the Audio Indicator lights red, turn the "LEVEL" control slightly
counterclockwise until the Audio Indicator lights green or yellow with
maximum audio input to the mic/transmitter.
Return the screwdriver to its clip and close and secure the lower body.
No further transmitter gain adjustments should be needed, as long as
the acoustic input does not change significantly.
CAUTION! The small trimmer controls are delicate; use only the
supplied screwdriver. Do not force the trimmers beyond their normal
190° range of rotation.
Setting System ID Number & Pairing your Transmitter and Receiver
Your system has been preconfigured at the factory to operate with no
other pairing setup required; it will work out of the box. That is, your
receivers and transmitters are already digital pairs, with each transmitter
sharing a System ID number with one of the receivers.
The pairing instructions outlined below will help you if you find
it necessary to change system ID numbers in multiple-system
configurations, or pair a new transmitter to an existing receiver.
NOTE: System ID is an identical number assigned to a paired
receiver and transmitter for identification purposes. The System ID
number is not related to transmitting frequency. Due to the dynamic
nature of System 10's automatic frequency selection, the actual
transmitting frequencies may change during power-up or performance.
These frequency changes are seamless and imperceptible to the ear.
Pairing Receivers with Transmitters
Note: Up to ten transmitters may be paired with any one receiver, and
up to ten channels may be used simultaneously when multiple chassis
are linked. (See “Linking Systems” on page 9.)
1. Turn on the receiver chassis and transmitter.
2. Press the System ID button on the chassis that corresponds to
the receiver you wish to pair. The ID number will blink on the display.
Continue to press the System ID button until the display shows the
number from 0 to 9 that you want.
Note: When pairing a receiver that is mounted out of range (typically
beyond 100') of the chassis or in another room, you will need to
insert another receiver unit into the pairing receiver’s empty dock.
Follow the directions below, then eject the substitute receiver once
pairing is complete.
3. Within 15 seconds, press and hold the Pair button on the receiver
chassis for about one second. The receiver’s Pairing Indicator will
begin to blink green. Your receiver is now in Pair Mode.
Note: If the receiver’s Pair button is not pressed within 15 seconds,
the System ID number will revert to its previous setting.
4. Open your transmitter and press and hold its Pair button within 30
seconds of entering Pair Mode. The transmitter display will now
show the System ID number you have chosen on the receiver.
The receiver’s Pairing Indicator will glow steady, indicating you have
successfully paired your system.
5. To pair an additional transmitter, you must switch off the first
transmitter by pressing and holding its Power/Mute button. Turn the
second transmitter on and follow instructions 2-4 above, making
sure to assign a different System ID number to the new transmitter.
6. Repeat for each additional transmitter you wish to pair with this
receiver. Remember to switch off all transmitters already paired
before adding a new one and to use a unique ID number for each
transmitter.
Note: With all transmitters turned off, the receiver’s System ID
Display will cycle through all currently paired ID numbers. Turn
on a transmitter to activate its pairing with the receiver. The receiver
recognizes only one transmitter at a time. That transmitter must be
turned off before the receiver will recognize another paired
transmitter. If that transmitter is turned off out of range, the receiver
will not recognize another paired transmitter until the receiver is
powered off and turned on again.
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Clearing Individual ID Pairings
1. Press the receiver’s System ID button to select the ID number you
wish to clear. The number will begin to blink.
2. Press and hold the Pair button and, while continuing to hold it, press
and hold the ID button until the display shows a blinking “o.” This
indicates that your selected ID number has been cleared.
3. Release the Pair and ID buttons and, after a few seconds, the
display will stop blinking and return to normal operation.
4. Repeat to clear additional ID pairings.
Clearing All ID Pairings
1. Press and hold the receiver’s Pair button and, while continuing
to hold it, press and hold the ID button until the display shows a
blinking “o.”
2. Release the Pair and ID buttons. Then, within three seconds, press
and hold the Pair and ID buttons again, until the display shows a
blinking “A.” This indicates that all your paired ID numbers have
been cleared.
3. After blinking three seconds, the “A” will change to “-” to indicate
that there are no paired transmitters.
Linking Systems
Up to five chassis (10 receiver units) may be linked to allow the
simultaneous use of up to 10 channels. If more than five chassis (10
receivers) are linked, error code E44 will flash on chassis' system
ID display. Use the RJ12 cable that comes with each system to link
multiple chassis. Run the RJ12 cable from the OUT connector of the
first chassis to the IN connector of the second chassis. (If the IN/OUT
connectors on the same chassis are linked, error code E41 will flash on
chassis' system ID display.) When successfully linked, the word “LINK”
will appear at the bottom of each chassis’ system ID display. To extend
the link, run another RJ12 cable from the OUT connector of the second
chassis to the IN connector of a third. Continue in this manner to link a
fourth and fifth chassis. (The IN connector of the first chassis and the
OUT connector of the last chassis in the chain will remain unused.)
Ten Tips to Obtain the Best Results
1. Use only fresh alkaline or fully charged rechargeable batteries for the
transmitter.
2. Position the receiver unit so that it has the fewest possible obstructions between it and the normal location of the transmitter. Line-ofsight is best.
3. The transmitter and the receiver unit should be as close together as
conveniently possible, but not less than 6' (2 m).
4. While System 10 PRO has been designed to mount in a rack for
convenient multi-system operation, please keep other wireless
devices (including wireless systems and routers) away from System
10 PRO receivers. For best performance, some routers and Wi-Fibased wireless systems may need to be up to 30 feet away from
System 10 PRO receivers.
5. Use the included RJ12 cable to link multiple (up to five) chassis.
Linking the chassis will give you a stable multi-channel system with
the use of up to 10 simultaneous channels.
6. The receiver antennas should be kept away from any metal.
7. As some guitar pickups may be overly sensitive to magnetic interference, please keep the System 10 UniPak® body-pack transmitter at
least 1' (0.30 m) away from guitar pickups.
8. Use the transmitter level control to optimize performance for your
sound source.
9. If the receiver output is set too low, the overall signal-to-noise ratio
of the system may be reduced. Conversely, if the volume control on
the receiver is set too high, it may over-drive the input of the mixer/
amplifier, causing distortion. Adjust the output level of the receiver
so the highest sound pressure level going into the microphone (or
the loudest instrument playing level) causes no input overload in the
mixer, and yet permits the mixer level controls to operate in their
“normal” range (not set too high or too low). This provides the optimum signal-to-noise for the entire system.
10. Turn off chassis and transmitters when they are not in use. During
extended periods of disuse, unplug chassis and remove batteries
from transmitters.
System Operating Frequencies
Automatic Frequency Selection
System 10 wireless systems operate in automatically selected frequencies in the 2.4 GHz range, far from TV and DTV interference. Up to ten
channels may be used together without any frequency coordination
problems or group selection issues. Every time a receiver/transmitter
pair is powered on, it automatically selects clear frequencies. Due to
the dynamic nature of System 10 automatic frequency selection, these
transmitting frequencies may change during power-up or performance if
interference is encountered. These frequency changes occur at both the
receiver and transmitter; they are seamless and imperceptible to the ear.
System Frequencies
For future reference, please record your system information here (the serial number
appear on each transmitter, and on the bottom of each receiver chassis):
Receiver
ModelATW-R1300
Serial Number
Transmitter
ModelATW-T100
1 or 2
Serial Number
System 10 PRO Installation and Operation
Specifications
Overall System
Operating Frequencies
Dynamic Range Total Harmonic Distortion
Operating Range Operating Temperature Range Frequency Response Audio Sampling Latency
ATW-RU13 Receiver UNIT
Receiving System Dimensions Net Weight Remote receiver connector
Mounting Thread Insert
Accessories Included ATW-RC13 Receiver Chassis
Maximum Output Level Power Supply
Dimensions Net Weight Remote receiver connector
Link Connector
Accessories Included 2.4 GHz ISM band
>109 dB (A-weighted), typical
<0.05% typical
60 m (200')
Open range environment with no interfering signals
0° C to +40° C (32° F to 104° F)
Battery performance may be reduced at
very low temperatures
20 Hz to 20 kHz
Depending on microphone type
24 bit / 48 kHz
3.8 mS
Diversity (frequency/time/space)
57 mm (2.24") W x 19 mm (0.75") H
x 77.6 mm (3.06") D
64 grams (2.3 oz)
RJ45
1
/4" x 20
Antennas, AT8690 RU13 holder
XLR, balanced: 0 dBV
/4" (6.3 mm), unbalanced: +6 dBV
100-240V AC (50/60 Hz) to 12V DC 0.5A
power supply switched mode external
209.8 mm (8.26") W x 44 mm (1.73") H
x 169.3 mm (6.67") D
940 grams (33.2 oz)
RJ45
RJ12
AC adapter, Link cable, Rack-mount
adapters, Joining plate, Rubber feet
1
UniPak® Transmitter
RF Output Power
Spurious Emissions 10 mW
Following federal and national regulations
Input Connection
Four-pin Locking Connector
Pin 1: GND, Pin 2: INST INPUT,
Pin 3: MIC INPUT, Pin 4: DC BIAS +9V
Batteries (not included)
Battery Life Two 1.5V AA
>7 hours (alkaline)
Depending on battery type and use pattern
Dimensions
Net Weight (without batteries) 70.2 mm (2.76") W x 107.0 mm (4.21") H x
24.9 mm (0.98") D
100 grams (3.5 oz)
Handheld Transmitter
RF Output Power
Spurious Emissions Batteries (not included)
Battery Life 10 mW
Following federal and national regulations
Two 1.5V AA
>7 hours (alkaline)
Depending on battery type and use pattern
Dimensions
Net Weight (without batteries) Accessory Included 254.8 mm (10.03") long,
50.0 mm (1.97") diameter
280 grams (9.9 oz)
AT8456a Quiet-Flex™ stand clamp
In the interest of standards development, A.T.U.S. offers full details on its test methods to
other industry professionals on request.
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