Manual Use of PIO and DIOP Televic NV/SA

Manual Use of PIO and DIOP Televic NV/SA
Manual
Use of PIO and DIOP
Televic NV/SA
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Title
Author
Date
Version
Manual PIO5500 – DIOP5000
DIV
02-08-2013
1.4
Televic NV
Leo Bekaertlaan 1
B-8870 Izegem
Tel: +32-(0)51-303045
Fax:+32-(0)51-310670
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.televic.com
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Manual Use of PIO5500 and DIOP5000
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Contents
1.
2.
3.
3.1
3.2
4.
5.
6.
6.1
6.1.1
6.2
6.3
6.3.1
6.4
6.5
6.5.1
7.
7.1
7.2
Configurating PIO ..................................................................................................................5
Configurating DIOP ...............................................................................................................8
Configuration Options............................................................................................................9
Global PIO localization ..........................................................................................................9
PIO Channel Defaults ..........................................................................................................10
Input-Output .........................................................................................................................11
Input/Output activation ........................................................................................................12
PIO settings in combination with configuration CE 5500 – TMS5CFG0.INI.....................13
Teleconferencing (inserting external floorsignals and extracting local floorsignals) ..........13
Consequences reflected on translated channels ...................................................................14
Huis Clos function ...............................................................................................................16
Inserting microphonesignals on separated TMS channels ...................................................18
Hardware configuration for teleconference with monitoring ..............................................19
Disable the limiter function on some delegate microphones ...............................................20
Feeding signal from a specific channel to the loudspeakers and use of ambiance
microphones .........................................................................................................................20
Hardware configuration for ambiance signal insertion without adding to LS .....................21
External indicators and adjustments ....................................................................................22
PIO .......................................................................................................................................22
DIOP ....................................................................................................................................23
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1. Configurating PIO
Configuration of PIO5500 (71.61.5244) can be accessed via ‘INTSYS.EXE’
configuration screen – ‘PIO’s’.
Enter the number of PIO interfaces in the white box on the left and click on the
square.
Each PIO is distinguished by its serial number. You can enter a specific serial
number or you can choose a global PIO that was defined previously in the
application wide options menu by pressing the,
,button next to the serial number
field. After this a list of all available PIO’s will be displayed by shown in the
picture below.
The SW serialnumber is 8 digits long and can be found at the back of the PIO , on
the SW version sticker: 71.95.5147
The chassis serialnumber of the PIO can be found at the back of the PIO , on the
chassis version sticker: 71.61.5244
The serialnumber used in the PIO configuration is the SW serialnumber.
The options for each interface can now be altered:

The channel for each input and output port can be set. After clicking on the
arrow down button, a list of available channels will be displayed. In this
list all languages assigned to a channel are displayed. Also the channels
defined in the application wide option menu are shown. Also the default
settings will be used if they were previously defined.

“Status”
Click the on status to enable/disable a specific input/output port.
“Status” is a global on/off setting , while “mixed” , “insert” and
“ dis. booth” are secondary options
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
“Mixed”
The input signal can be inserted or mixed on the chosen channel.
By activating the “Mixed” option , the signal on this input will be added to
the specified channel.
Important Remark : “Mixed” is not allowed on a channel wich is already
in use by a booth

“Dis. Booth”
The booth that shares the same channel as the analogue input MUST be
disabled.

“Dry”
Check the ‘Dry’ box if it is desirable that the output only contains a
translation of the floor language. Otherwise stated: if there is no translation
on this specific channel there will be no output signal. If the ‘Dry’ box
remains unchecked the output signal will be the floor signal in case there is
no translation ongoing.

“Real-time adjustable”:
if this is switched to ON, you settings can be changed and groups can be
enabled or disabled , in the “input-output” screen. First define a number of
groups by giving them a description. Next, assign to each output number a
group by clicking the arrow down button next to the group field.
In this example, two groups are used. To enable all output numbers that
are assigned to a specific group, just enable this group. A group can also
be enabled or disabled through the Input-output menu in the main
window.

“VU meters”
can be enabled or disabled for a specified port.
For the PIO5500 chassis 71.61.5244 it is advised to use following VU
meter settings :
VU no1 = Port 0 (output1)
VU no2 = Port 1 (output2)
VU no3 = Port 2 (output3)
VU no4 = Port 3 (output4)
VU no5 = Port 4 (input1)
VU no6 = Port 5 (input2)
VU no7 = Port 6 (input3)
VU no8 = Port 7 (input4)
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Example :
In the examples above :
Output 1 = channel 00 (floor)
Output 2 = channel 01 and is default activated with the Group1 button in
the “input-output” screen (see also chapter 3 “Input-Output”)
Output 3 = channel 02 and is default deactivated with the Group 2 button
in the “input-output” screen (see also chapter 3 “Input-Output”)
Output 4 = channel 01 and is activated when in TMS conference mode
“with request” is chosen
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2. Configurating DIOP
The configuration of DIOP 5500 (71.61.5200) is done in the same way as with the
PIO. However a few differences have to be taken into account.
The DIOP has 2 digital AES/EBU or 2 digital SP/DIF audio inputs and
4 digital AES/EBU or 4 digital SP/DIF audio outputsignals .
On the DIOP there are no VU meter Ledbars.
Because the DIOP only has 2 inputs, the left and right channels are split up into
separate inputs in the user interface. This results in the following mapping between
the inputs on the DIOP 5500 and the configuration in the user interface :
Input
1
2
DIOP 5500
Channel
Left
Right
Left
Right
INTSYS
Channel
1
2
3
4
The four outputs are straight forward and contain in both channels (left/right) the
same data.
The inputsignals pass through a sample-rate convertor , to avoid synchronisation
problems. The outputsignals have a samplerate of 32Kc
The SW serialnumber is 8 digits long and can be found at the back of the DIOP , on
the SW version sticker: 71.95.5547
The chassis serialnumber of the DIOP can be found at the back of the DIOP , on the
chassis version sticker: 71.61.5200
The serialnumber used in the DIOP configuration is the SW serialnumber.
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3. Configuration Options
3.1 Global PIO localization

Global PIO’s location: In this field you can define a specific location
where a file called “PIO.CFG” is stored that contains the global PIO’s.
These global PIO’s can be used in a configuration setup. With this
centralized approach each Control PC can use the same global PIO’s.
▫
Location: choose the location where the file is located. Note that
this field is only accessible when the synchronize box is checked.
▫

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Synchronize at startup: check this box when the local PIO file on
the system has to be synchronized at startup with the file specified
above. During synchronization, the local file will be overwritten.
Serial N◦ & Label : Adding a global PIO can be done by entering a PIO
serial number and label after clicking in a specific row in the PIO table. At
the end you have to push the save button.
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3.2 PIO Channel Defaults


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PIO Channel Defaults’ Location: In this field you can define a specific
location where a file called ”PiosChan.CFG” ,is stored that contains the
PIO channel default settings. With this centralized approach each Control
PC can use the same default settings.
o
Location: choose the location where the file is located. Note that
this field is only accessible when the synchronize box is checked.
This location can be eather on the local PC or on a server
o
Synchronize at startup: check this box when the local file on the
system has to be synchronized at startup with the file specified
above. During synchronization, the local file will be overwritten.
Label, status, insert, ...: for each channel, default settings can be assigned
that will be used when first choosing the specific channel. Assigning a
label to the channels allows the user to distinguish the different channels
used more easily.
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4. Input-Output
This menu option brings you to the analogue Inputs and Output groups. This is also accessible through
the button
in the main window. Note that password 2 will be asked if it is not
already entered. If you do not know this password, only the PIO outputs will be accessible.
To open a PIO configuration , the knowledge of password 1 is required.
The settings for each input can be altered. Note that the channel description, specified in the application
wide option menu, is displayed.
If groups are assigned to output ports, you can enable/disable them in this window by clicking twice the
corresponding green group button.
After the first time this button is clicked, the text will start to blink. Not clicking the button again in a
specific time results in an unchanged situation.
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5. Input/Output activation


Via menu item ‘Input-Output’ or ‘PIO’s’-button.
Screen shot Input/Output activation :
Input activation
by switching
‘Status’ on/off
Output activation by clicking the
button (direct toggle between
Open=On and Closed=Off )
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6. PIO settings in combination with configuration CE 5500 –
TMS5CFG0.INI
In the TMS5CFG0.INI file some sections can be added in order to do some specific channel assignments
An example of how “tms5cfg0.ini” could look like …
…….
……..
[TCSGLOBAL]
AUDIO_INSERT_LAST=50
AUDIO_INSERT_CH_ORATEUR=51
OR_CHANNEL_TIS_LOCAL_MIC=52
AMB_MIC_NUMBER=4095
…….
[MIC_XREF_CHANNEL_0]
……
[MIC_LIM_DIS_0]
MICLD_NUMBER=100
……
……
Reserved channels which can not be used for this kind of purpose are :
 0
: distributed floor channel
 60 : default floor mix channel
 59 : intercom channel
 58 : reserved for NMU
 57 : reserved for NMU
 all channels which are used to contain a translation of the floor channel (channels assigned in the
interpreter configuration)
 When Combi panels or TCS2500 delegate units are used in a TCS5500 system , the listening channels
should always be lower then CH29
remark : when a line starts with an underscore , then this line is considered as a remark , so it is not enabled.
6.1 Teleconferencing (inserting external floorsignals and extracting local
floorsignals)
A section [TCSGLOBAL] has to be added to TMS5CFG0.INI containing….
………
………
[TCSGLOBAL]
AUDIO_INSERT_LAST=50
AUDIO_INSERT_CH_ORATEUR=51
OR_CHANNEL_TIS_LOCAL_MIC=52
……….
……….
(*)
(*) here we assume that channel 52 is a free channel
At the moment that the ‘AUDIO_INSERT_CH_ORATEUR’ and ‘OR_CHANNEL_TIS_LOCAL_MIC’
item has been defined, audio inserted on the channel 51 will not be available on the PIO output channel
52. The local floor signal , so without external signal , will be available on channel 52.
In this way that channel 51 can be used to insert a remote or external floor and channel 52 can be used to
extract the local floor channel to transmit to the remote location. (e.g. teleconference applications)
In other words , the floor signal is copied to channel 51 wich serves then as “floor” signal for the
interpreters and , when on ch51 an external signal is inserted , this external signal will be mixed with
ch51or will overwrite ch51 (chosen with “mixed” selection)
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6.1.1
Consequences reflected on translated channels
When using a separated audio channel specified as “OR_CHANNEL_TIS_LOCAL_MIC=52” it must be
considered that a translated channel on a PIO output will only contain the local floor and not the local
floor with the external floor input. This feature is intended to be used when a translated channel must be
used in a teleconference configuration. In this way, the external floor will be blocked when there is no
translation available on that specific channel to avoid feedback over the translated channel.
The complete floor channel, e.g. local + external, stays available on the interpreter desks, the delegate
channel selectors and the analog outputs on the TMS network.
6.1.2
General remarks on inserting and extracting externally added signals
External audio signals are added via PIO inputs on the TIS network , as consequence the externally added
signals only become available on the outputs of the PIO(s) which are physically connected after the PIO
where the signals where inserted
CH60
CH51
60
A
B
CH51+B
CH60 + A
External signal A is added on the first PIO in the TIS chain , via CH60
External signal B is added on the first PIO in the TIS chain , via CH51
Signal A & B only become available on their respective outputchannels via a PIO which
is connected after the PIO where the signal was inserted
6.2
Teleconferencing with 2 external parties
(this option is available from CE5532.exe version ≥ 05.05k )
When N-1 conference is need with 2 external parties , 2 external floorsignals are added to the local floor
and each external party has to receive local floor + external floor of the other external party. And this
without feedback of their own floorsignal.
A section [TCSGLOBAL] has to be added to TMS5CFG0.INI containing….
………..
….……..
[TCS_GLOBAL]
AUDIO_INSERT_LAST=50
AUDIO_INSERT_CH_ORATEUR=51
OR_CHANNEL_TIS_LOCAL_MIC=52
CH_ORATEUR_COPY1_TIS=53
CH_ORATEUR_COPY2_TIS=54
………..
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From 1st N-1 source
nd
From 2 N-1 source
To 1st N-1 party
nd
To 2 N-1 party
1 external floorsignal is added to CH_ORATEUR_COPY1_TIS (in example ch53) and the other to
CH_ORATEUR_COPY2_TIS (in example ch54) on the first PIO in the network . Both external floorsignals are
also added to AUDIO_INSERT_CH_ORATEUR ( in example ch51) on the second PIO in the network.
CH_ORATEUR_COPY1_TIS and CH_ORATEUR_COPY2_TIS can be extracted to feed to both external
parties , via the second PIO in the network.
6.3 Adding external audio processing (delay , volume…) to “Far End” (N_1)
inputsignal and Interpreter floorsignal
PIO
FE
External
processing of
Far End signal
PIO IN
CH51
PIO In
CH49
PIO out
CH51
External processing of
interpreter floor signal
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File configurations and signal paths:
On CPU, in file "tms5cfg0.ini" , section [TCSGLOBAL] add item “OR_CHANNEL_TIS= “
If needed change “AUDIO INSERT LAST= ”
Apply processed N_1 audiosignal on “AUDIO_INSERT_CH_ORATEUR= “ input.
Feed interpreter floor signal ”AUDIO_INSERT_CH_ORATEUR= ” to external audio processing.
Apply externally processed Interpreter floor signal to “OR_CHANNEL_TIS= “ input.
example :
[TCSGLOBAL]
AUDIO_INSERT_CH_ORATEUR=51
OR_CHANNEL_TIS_LOCAL_MIC=50
AUDIO_INSERT_LAST=48
OR_CHANNEL_TIS=49
After reboot of CPU , a list of the system channel settings can be called by using the Shift+F1 button
SHIFT+F1 on keyboard connected to CPU or via Kevterm.
Remark : When a “OR_CHANNEL_TIS= “ channel is configured , the external loop between
“OR_CHANNEL_TIS= “ and “AUDIO_INSERT_CH_ORATEUR=” must be present , if not , the
interpreters will receive no floor signal, however floorsignal for delegates on CH0 remains available .
6.4
Huis Clos function
A section [TCSGLOBAL] has to be added to TMS5CFG0.INI containing….
………
………
[TCSGLOBAL]
HUIS_CLOS_MIC_NUMBER=6
……….
……….
With the “Huis_clos” option , it is possible to block the PIO output whenever the specified huis_clos
microphonenumber is activated. In the setup as shown below , channel 0 will be blocked on output 1 , and
channel 1 will be blocked on output 2 , whenever microphone 6 is activated. Huis_clos option can also be
combined with group switching. So CH0 will be blocked on output 1 of the PIO when microphone 6 is
activated or if the group (HCTest in example) is closed.
Attention : When ”huis_clos” function has been assigned to a microphone , it acts only as a switch
and can not be used as microphone !
Therfefore , to avoid confusion , it is advised not to include the huis_clos microphone in
the synoptic view.
Huis_clos function can only be assigned to one microphone !
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When a microphone has been assigned as “huis_clos” , then this is made visible on the synoptic screen of
TMS SW b.m.o. yellow background and red upper right flag.
When Huis_clos is not activated , the green request led on the microphone panel will be lit.
When Huis_clos is activated , the red led and the microphone LED ring will be lit.
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Remark :
Another way to create a huis-clos function is to send , via tcp/ip , a “huis-clos” command to
the command server on port 5010 of the CPU5500 . This feature can be used to have a huisclos function , controlled by an external device (e.g. Crestron) .(*)
(*) further details on using CPU5500 command server , can be obtained from Televic R&D department
6.5 Inserting microphonesignals on separated TMS channels
To allow separated microphone insert channels on the TMS network a channel must be assigned to each
microphone which must insert audio data on a channel different from the standard floor channel. For each
microphone with that behaviour a section [MIC_XREF_CHANNEL_x] must be added with the items
MICXR_NUMBER and MICXR_CHANNEL. The number of microphones of this type are limited to 20.
An example of an implementation which has 4 microphones (10, 11, 12 and 13) on a separated channel
(56) is given below :
A section [MIC_XREF_CHANNEL_x] has to be added to TMS5CFG0.INI containing….
…….
…….
[MIC_XREF_CHANNEL_0]
MICXR_NUMBER=10
MICXR_CHANNEL=56
[MIC_XREF_CHANNEL_1]
MICXR_NUMBER=11
MICXR_CHANNEL=56
[MIC_XREF_CHANNEL_2]
MICXR_NUMBER=12
MICXR_CHANNEL=56
[MIC_XREF_CHANNEL_3]
MICXR_NUMBER=13
MICXR_CHANNEL=56
…….
…….
This feature can be used to extract different microphonechannels , in order to mix them externally and to
insert this mixed signal back in to the floor.
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6.5.1
Hardware configuration for teleconference with monitoring
6.5.1.1
Schematic
TMS5CFG0.INI
CE 5500
TIS
Network
RJ45
[TCSGLOBAL]
:
AUDIO_INSERT_LAST=50
AUDIO_INSERT_CH_ORATEUR=51
OR_CHANNEL_TIS_LOCAL_MIC=52
:
TMS
Network
71.61.5076
(PIOVU/1)
JST
Audio
JST
Audio
Channel 60
Channel 51 Mixed
Channel 1 Dis. Booth
Channel 2 Dis. Booth
Mic 1
Mic 2
Mic 3
Mic 4
Netw In
PIO 5500
Netw Out
DCS 1
DCS 2
DCS 3
DCS 4
Channel 60
Channel 56
Channel 0
Channel 52
RJ45
XLR 3P Female
External Floor Input
XLR 3P Female
Channel 1 External Input
XLR 3P Female
Channel 2 External Input
GETEKEND DOOR
71.61.0060
(TCS5AUX/1)
RJ48
RJ45
Wago
71.61.0060
(TCS5AUX/1)
RJ48
JST
Audio
Wago
71.61.0060
(TCS5AUX/1)
RJ45
71.61.0060
(TCS5AUX/1)
JST
Audio
RJ48
BESTANDSNAAM
03/11/2004
Wago
71.62.0043
(TCS50VC/1)
71.62.0043
(TCS50VC/1)
XLR 3P Male
Floor Output :
- Microphones with channel assignment Nr 56
Left : Local Floor Input
Right : External Floor Input
Wago
71.61.5076
(PIOVU/1)
RJ48
JST
Audio
Wago
71.62.0043
(TCS50VC/1)
XLR 3P Male
Floor Output :
- Microphones without channel assignment
- AIP devices
Left : Floor Output
Right : Local Floor Output
71.61.5076
(PIOVU/1)
JST
Audio
DATUM
VS
6.5.1.2
Wago
Wago
71.61.5076
(PIOVU/1)
JST
Audio
JST
Audio
XLR 3P Female
Floor Input
(From Mix Console Output)
71.62.0043
(TCS50VC/1)
Left : Default Microphones + AIP
Right : Microphones channel 56
XLR 3P Male
Floor Output :
- Local Floor + External Floor Input
Left : Channel 1 External Input
Right : Channel 2 External Input
Wago
XLR 3P Male
Floor Output :
- Local Floor
BESCHRIJVING
TELECONF_MIX_WITH_MONITORING.VSD
Tele Conference + Mixer with monitoring
Configuration INTSYS user software
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6.6
Disable the limiter function on some delegate microphones
When insert devices are used which does not allow the signal levelling (ex. wire-less microphone with internal
levelling, …) done by the INT 5500 the levelling can be disabled by adding [MIC_LIM_DIS_x] sections with
the item MICLD_NUMBER. The number of microphones of this type are limited to 10. An example of an
implementation which disable the levelling of the microphones 100 and 101 is given below :
A section [MIC_LIM_DIS_x] has to be added to TMS5CFG0.INI containing….
…….
…….
[MIC_LIM_DIS_0]
MICLD_NUMBER=100
[MIC_LIM_DIS_1]
MICLD_NUMBER=101
…….
…….
6.7 Feeding signal from a specific channel to the loudspeakers and use of
ambiance microphones
When an LS_CHANNEL_TMS is defined , the signal send to the loudspeaker is not the distributed
floorchannel (ch00) anymore , but the signal that is inserted on this channel.
When an “ambiance” microphone is used , it’s signal can be inserted on a separated channel, a section
[MIC_XREF_CHANNEL_0] must be added with the items MICXR_NUMBER and MICXR_CHANNEL :
A section [TCSGLOBAL] and [MIC_XREF_CHANNEL_0] have to be added to TMS5CFG0.INI
containing….
………..
………..
[TCSGLOBAL]
AUDIO_INSERT_LAST=50
AMB_MIC_NUMBER=4095
LS_CHANNEL_TMS=55
……..
…….
[MIC_XREF_CHANNEL_0]
MICXR_NUMBER=4095
MICXR_CHANNEL=53
…….
…….
This feature is particulary interesting to create a configuration where ambiance signal is inserted on the
floorchannel (ch00), but without adding it on the LS5000 (71.67.5094) , LS5000/S (71.67.5095) or
OVC unit (71.62.0043)
Important Note : When Combi panels or 2500 delegate units are used in a 5500 system, listening and LS
channels should be lower then CH29 !!
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6.7.1
Hardware configuration for ambiance signal insertion without adding to
LS
6.7.1.1
Schematic
TMS5CFG0.INI
CE 5500
TIS
Network
RJ45
[TCSGLOBAL]
:
AUDIO_INSERT_LAST=50
AMB_MIC_NUMBER=4095
LS_CHANNEL_TMS=55
:
[MIC_XREF_CHANNEL_0]
MICXR_NUMBER=4095
MIC_XR_CHANNEL=53
TMS
Network
Channel 60 Mixed
Channel 60 Mixed
Channel 55 Insert
Mic 1
Mic 2
Mic 3
Mic 4
Netw In
PIO 5500
Netw Out
JST
Audio
Channel 0
Channel 53
Channel 60
DCS 1
DCS 2
DCS 3
DCS 4
RJ45
71.61.0060
(TCS5AUX/1)
RJ45
XLR 3P Female
Floor Input
(external source)
Wago
71.61.0060
(TCS5AUX/1)
JST
Audio
RJ48
XLR 3P Male
Floor Output
71.62.0043
(TCS50VC/1)
71.61.0060
(TCS5AUX/1)
Left : Ambiance Mic. Output
Right : Ambiance Mic. Insert
Wago
XLR 3P Male
Ambiance Mic. Output
71.62.0043
(TCS50VC/1)
XLR 3P Female
AMB Insert
Wago
Wago
Left : Floor Output
Right : LS Insert
71.61.5076
(PIOVU/1)
JST
Audio
RJ48
71.62.0043
(TCS50VC/1)
71.61.5076
(PIOVU/1)
JST
Audio
JST
Audio
Wago
Left : Floor Output
Right : Floor Input (Mix)
71.61.5076
(PIOVU/1)
JST
Audio
Wago
XLR 3P Male
Floor Output
(Sum Microphones)
RJ48
XLR 3P Female
LS Insert
Patch Cable
Patch Cable
GETEKEND DOOR
DATUM
VS
6.7.1.2
BESTANDSNAAM
21/01/2005
BESCHRIJVING
VISIODOCUMENT
Ambiance microphone insert with monitoring
Configuration INTSYS user software
In this example input 1 of the PIO 5500 will be used to add a source on the floor channel and output 1
will be used to extract the floor channel.
Note that signal from CH60 (Del. signal input ) is inserted to the LS (CH55) and that CH53 (ambiance
signal) is mixed with CH60 . The sum of CH60 input and CH53 ambiance results in CH0 (floor out)
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7. External indicators and adjustments
7.1 PIO
INPUT 1
INPUT 2
5
4
6
3
2
LEVEL
STATUS
0
INPUT 1
dB FS
50
40
35
30
27
24
21 18
15
12
9
6
50
40
35
30
27
24
21 18
15
12
9
6
OUTPUT 1
3
0
3
0
LEVEL
STATUS
0
INPUT 2
dB FS
dB FS
50
40
35
30
27
24
21 18
15
12
9
6
50
40
35
30
27
24
21 18
15
12
9
6
OUTPUT 2
-
3
0
3
0
dB FS
STATUS
7
2
10
0
INPUT 3
dB FS
50
40
35
30
27
24
21 18
15
12
9
6
50
40
35
30
27
24
21 18
15
12
9
6
OUTPUT 3
3
0
3
0
dB FS
8
LEVEL
STATUS
9
1
10
INPUT 4
dB FS
50
40
35
30
27
24
21 18
15
12
9
6
50
40
35
30
27
24
21 18
15
12
9
6
OUTPUT 4
3
0
3
0
dB FS
The status leds on the frontpanel of the PIO give an indication of the inputsettings
Status + Insert + Mixed
Status + Insert
= blinking LED
= LED continuously lit
-
The level of each input can be adjusted with the level adjustment knobs
-
VU meter LED bar indication in relation to sound levels :
LED
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Power indication
Manual PIO setup
LEVEL
9
10
6
3
8
1
5
4
7
2
9
10
6
3
8
1
INPUT 4
5
4
7
2
9
0
6
3
8
1
INPUT 3
5
4
7
Indication
[dBFS]
0
-3
-6
-9
-12
-15
-18
-21
-24
-27
-30
-35
-40
-50
-∞
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Color
Red
Red
Orange
Orange
Orange
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
On Level
[dBFS/1kHz]
> -1
> -3.5
> -6.5
> -9.5
> -12.5
> -15.5
> -18.5
> -21.5
> -24.5
> -27.5
> -30.5
> -35.5
> -40.5
> -50.5
Always on
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7.2 DIOP
DIOP 5500
input
Channel
Left
Right
Left
Right
Left
Right
Left
Right
Left
Right
Left
Right
Manual PIO setup
-
With the switch in the front a choice can be made between electric and optical input
signal
-
The error LED is an indication for the presence of an optical signal
-
The status leds on the frontpanel of the DIOP give an indication of the inputsettings
-
The status LED gives an indication similar to the one on a PIO with the difference
that on a DIOP , the status of both channels on one input are OR-combined and
result in one status Led indication
-
The Power , Sync , DSP an Link Led have the same functionality as on an INT5500
(71.67.5046)
Status
Insert
Mixed
INTSYS
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
-
x
x
x
x
n.r.
x
n.r.
Channel
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
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Status LED
Blink
On
On
On
On
Blink
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