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TP-500
UHF
PLL
Wireless System
Order code: MIC40 Handheld
Order code: MIC41 Headset
USER MANUAL
SAFETY
SAFETY
IMPORTANT:
The manufacturer will not accept liability for any resulting damages
caused by the non-observance of this manual or any unauthorised
modification to the equipment.
• Never let the power-cable come into contact with other cables.
Handle the power-cable and all mains voltage connections with
particular caution!
• Never remove warning or informative labels from the equipment.
• Do not open the equipment and do not modify the equipment.
• Do not switch the equipment on and off in short intervals, as this
will reduce the system’s life.
• Only use the equipment indoors.
• Do not expose to flammable sources, liquids or gases.
• Always disconnect the power from the mains, when equipment is not
in use or before cleaning! Only handle the power-cable by the plug.
• Never pull out the plug by pulling the power-cable.
• Make sure that the available voltage is between 220v/240v.
• Make sure that the power-cable is never crimped or damaged. Check
the equipment and the power-cable from time to time.
• If the equipment is dropped or damaged, disconnect the mains power
supply immediately. Have a qualified engineer inspect the equipment
before operating again.
• If the equipment has been exposed to drastic temperature fluctuation
(e.g. after transportation), do not switch it on immediately. The arising
condensation might damage the equipment. Leave the equipment
switched off until it has reached room temperature.
• If your product fails to function correctly, discontinue use immediately.
• Pack the unit securely (preferably in the original
(packing material), and return it to your Prolight dealer for service.
• Only use fuses of same type and rating.
• Repairs, servicing and electric connection must only be carried out
by a qualified technician.
THIS UNIT CONTAINS NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS
WARRANTY: One year from date of purchase.
Contents
Manual Contents
Contents………………………………………………………..………………....1
Receiver Features………………………………………………………....…..2-3
Transmitter Features………………………………………………………......3-4
System Connections……………………………………………………………..5
Transmitter Connections………………………………………………………...6
Receiver operations………………………………………………………………7
Specifications………………………………………………………………….8-10
1
Receiver features
Single channel Receiver Features:
1, AF Level indicators: Indicates audio signal strength, Green indicates
normal operation and Red indicates overload or excessive audio level.
2, Channel Display: Shows the frequency data of the selected
channel group (1-16).
3, Power button: Turns the receiver ON/OFF
4, Power ON indicator: This light illuminates when the receiver is
connected to a electrical outlet and is switched ON
5, Diversity Signal Indicators: The diversity A/B indicators illuminate when
RF (radio frequency) signals are received from the transmitter. When
channel A light is illuminated, channel A is being used and when
channel B light is illuminated, channel B is being used.
6. Down Function Button: Decreases the channel value.
7, Up Function Button: Increases the channel value.
8, Volume Control Knob: Rotate the knob to increase or decrease the
volume of the receiver output.
9. Antennas: Supply for the RF receiver.
10, Antenna Input Connectors: For use with the supplied antenna.
11, XLR Output Connection: Plug an XLR audio cable from this connector
to your audio input.
12, Squelch Control: Adjust the squelch control setting to emphasize either
signal quality or system range. This control is factory pre-set, and
normally does not need further adjustment.
2
Receiver features (cont)
13, ¼” Jack Audio Output Connector (Unbalanced high Z): An
unbalanced audio cable with a ¼” Jack plug (e.g. a standard guitar
cable) can be used between this connector and your audio input.
14, Power input connector: Connect the AC adaptor to this socket and
then plug into a AC electrical outlet. (Please use supplied AC adaptor).
Transmitter Functions & Features:
1, Grill: Protects the microphone cartridge and helps reduce wind noise.
2, Channel selection control: Value must match the receiver indicator
display.
3, Battery indicator: Green indicates the battery is normal, Red
indicates that the battery should be recharged or replaced.
4, Power switch: Powers the transmitter ON/OFF.
5, Battery: 2 x AA (1.5V) alkaline batteries, or NI-MH rechargeable batteries.
6, Battery cover: Rotate clockwise to close and anti-clockwise to open.
7, Channel Lock Switch: Use this switch to lock or unlock the
selected channel.
3
Transmitter function & features
Transmitter Functions & Features:
1, Antenna.
2, Channel selection control: Value must match the receiver indicator
display.
3, Power/Mute switch: Powers the transmitter ON/OFF.
4, Battery cover: Slide the back panel downwards to open and
change the 2 x AA (1.5V) alkaline batteries,
or NI-MH rechargeable batteries.
5, Antenna connector.
6, Battery indicator: Illuminates when turned ON/OFF. Red
indicates that the battery should be recharged or replaced.
7, Input connector: Suitable for the lavalier microphones system/headset
microphone system and guitar microphone system.
8, Channel Lock Switch: Use this switch to lock or unlock the
selected channel.
4
System Connections
System Connections:
1, Power connection: Connect the power adaptor into the DC power
connector on the back of the receiver. Plug the power adaptor
into a 240V – 50Hz outlet.
2, Antenna Connection: Attach the two antennas to the antenna connectors.
3, Audio Connection: Connect the audio cable from the audio output on the
receiver to the input on your equipment.
5
Transmitter Connections
System Connections:
1, Lavalier microphone connection:
2, Headset microphone connection:
Note: Please ensure that the mic “pop” shield is fitted before use to avoid unwanted noise.
3, Guitar microphone connection:
4, Transmitter battery installation: Open the cover and insert 2 x AA
(1.5V) alkaline batteries.
6
Receiver Operation
Receiver operation (Channel setting)
1, Turn on the receiver:
2, Channel set up: Press and hold the UP button to enter the channel
setting mode, the display will flash, then press either the UP or
DOWN buttons to enter the channel data.
NOTE: After channel setting, the receiver’s data will be retained until
the receiver is reset.
Operation instruction:
Turn on the transmitter.
1, Rotate the channel selection knob to match the receiver display
2, Push the power switch to the ON position.
3, After selecting the desired channel, the lock switch MUST be set to the
lock position for the settings to take effect.
7
Specifications
Specifications:
RF Carrier Frequency Range:
460.00MHz to 970.00MHz (Available frequencies depend on the applicable
regulations in the country where the system is used)
Effective Range:
100m (300ft) under optimal conditions
NOTE: Actual working range depends on RF signal absorption,
reflection and interference from objects and environment.
Audio Frequency Response:
Typically 50Hz to 15,000Hz, +3dB
Body Pack Transmitter Output:
Actual Impedance
50Ω
Nominal Output Level
10mW
Handheld Transmitter Input:
Input Configuration
Unbalanced, Active
Actual Impedance
500 kΩ(GT)
8
Specifications
Handheld Transmitter Output:
Actual Impedance
50Ω
Nominal Output Level
10mW
Receiver Input:
Connector:
Antenna:
Connector type
TNC
Actual Impedance
50Ω
Nominal Input Level
-95 to -30 dBm
Maximum Input Level
Voltage for remote power
Power Input:
14V DC
+6 dBm
18V DC
(-20 dBm recommended)
9V DC, 100mA max
Receiver Output:
Connector:
High Z Audio
Low Z Audio*
Output Configuration
Unbalanced (1/4 in)
Balanced (XLR)
Actual Impedance
3kΩ
600Ω
* Output Level: Microphone Level = Line Level-20dB
9
Specifications
Receiver Audio output Level (25 KHz deviation, 400Hz tone):
XLR connector (into 600 ohm load): 24mV
¼ inch connector (into 3000 ohm load): 360mV
Impedance: Body pack (input): 500kΩ (GT)
Receiver: 50 ohms antenna level; 3000 ohm at mic level
Modulation: FM; +25KHz
RF Power Output: 10mW
Dynamic Range: >100dB
RF Sensitivity: -150dBm (S/N-12dB)
Image Rejection: 80dB typical
Spurious Rejection: 60dB typical
System Distortion: <1% total harmonic distortion, typical
Power Requirements: Transmitters: 2 x AA 1.5V alkaline batteries
Single channel receiver: 12-18V DC
(negative ground), 500mA
Battery Life: Approximately 9 hours (varies with battery type)
Operating Temperature Range: -20 to 49˚C (-4 to 120˚F)
NOTE: Battery characteristics may limit this range
Overall Dimensions:
Body Pack: 83 x 67 x 25mm
Microphone: 245 x 50 x 50mm
Receiver:
213 x 150 x 43mm
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