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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
LC372 SOUND REINFORCEMENT MODULE
LC372SR
SOUND
REINFORCEMENT
MODULE
Installation Instructions
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
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.
SAFETY SYMBOLS
Labeling on products and the Installation Instructions &
User Manual may use safety related graphical symbols
as shown below to note safety requirements.
Lightning Bolt: The lightning flash with
arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle,
WARNING symbol, is intended to alert the user to
the presence of un-insulated dangerous voltage
within the product’s enclosure that may be
sufficient in magnitude to constitute a risk of
electric shock to persons or domestic animals.
Exclamation Point: The exclamation point
within an equilateral triangle, CAUTION symbol,
is in-tended to alert the user to the presence of
important operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions, or a hazard that can damage equipment.
Do not proceed beyond a WARNING or CAUTION notice
until you have understood the hazardous condition and
have taken appropriate steps.
INTRODUCTION
The LC372SR is a classroom sound reinforcement module designed for use in the IED LANcom SCS. The LC372SR
utilizes wireless infrared microphones with an integrated receiver-audio mixer/amplifier to provide audio amplification
in small to medium-sized applications like classrooms, libraries, lecture halls, small gymnasiums and auditoriums. The
LC372SR has a line-level output to feed external devices such as hearing assistant systems, audio recorders or larger
power amplifiers if it is used in a larger room such as a gymnasium. The Sound Reinforcement Module comes complete
with 30 watt amplifier/receiver, infrared microphone, infrared sensor and charging station. It is controlled using a webbased interface for simplified configuration and use. It features no external knobs or switches to eliminate tampering or
inadvertent system changes. All adjustments are made through IED’s LANcom SCS Software (LC300SWP) that allows
teachers and end users to easily manage program source selection, individual component volume, muting and other
functions after the installing contractor sets levels for emergency messages, bells and paging audio.
Classroom sound reinforcement benefits teachers, guest lecturers, students and the education system as a whole. With
even sound distribution, lessons are heard no matter where students are seated. Attention and concentration are raised,
especially in the back of the room, through this added involvement. Teachers no longer strain their voice when using a
wireless microphone and they can easily integrate with multimedia teaching tools such as computers and DVD players
by controlling audio from a single source. With intercom, priority paging and emergency notification to inform another
location of the need for outside assistance, IED LANcom SCS fulfills the needs of any education or large multifaceted
facility.
The LANcom SCS is a full system solution to meet the needs of all school districts. The flexible and wide array of products is designed to provide all the audio support needed no matter the application.
The integrated receiver of the LC372SR is a 30W amplifier with a 25V speaker line. It features two (2) RJ45 connectors
for use with LC11CS or LC12DCS wall plate call switches and LC372M remote intercom microphone. These standard
call switches provide four logic input functions as normal call, emergency call, lockdown acknowledge, and contractor
defined (i.e. CCTV or relay control). Four (4) relays are included; Relays 1 and 2 are for analog clock and time display
synchronization and two (2) are for contractor defined relay for ancillary system integration via Phoenix/Euro block connector.
The Sound Reinforcement Module also features four (4) auxiliary inputs; one (1) balanced input with mono summing on
the back of the receiver through Phoenix/Euro block connector and three (3) via RJ45 connector on the LC372AI audio
input plate- one (1) balanced XLR mic/line switchable, one (1) unbalanced stereo 3.5mm input with mono summing, and
one (1) unbalanced stereo RCA input with mono summing. A separate RJ45 is included for connection to an intercom
handset. A balanced, line level output is provided for connection to external audio amplifiers, hearing assistance systems or recording devices.
Three infrared receivers can be connected to the amplifier to guarantee reliable connection and full coverage from the
wireless IR microphone.
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The LC372SR is powered via Ethernet cable from a LANcom power injector located near the device or in a remote telecommunications closet along with other data switch and distribution equipment.
An internal fan and cabinet vents help keep the internal circuitry cool during operation.
Contractor setup software tools are provided for device configuration and DSP adjustment. The LC372SR is controlled
using standard web browsers on staff or administration computers. Controls include program input selection and volume
for all local inputs and the selected program source.
Wireless Microphone
The LC372SR classroom sound reinforcement module is designed to work with the AtlasLearn infrared microphone. The
versatile and ergonomic pendant/handheld microphone transmitter allows both teachers and students freedom of movement without bulky electronics or cumbersome wires. The dual mode transmitter allows teachers to control microphone
volume, overall system volume and mute settings via side mounted soft touch controls. In addition, when PANIC and
MODE controls are pressed simultaneously a contact closure is triggered that integrates with the rest of the IED LANcom
SCS to signal an emergency condition in the classroom.
The wireless microphone may be used in any of three configurations.
Handheld
Separate LED clusters located on top and bottom of unit guarantee optimum
line of sight operation when the unit is handheld.
Lanyard
Secure connection features a safety breakaway function for easy release in an
emergency and includes an innovative ID badge clip system.
Body Pack
Allows hands free use with optional headset mic.
Charging Station
The SRM also comes with a charging station for charging up to two (2) pendant transmitters and four additional AA
rechargeable batteries simultaneously. The unit may be wall mounted via integral key hole slots or shelf mounted for
easy accessibility.
Mounting Options
The LC372SR has the ability to be surface, rack, wall, or pole mounted. Four (4) rubber feet are included for surface
mounting while other mounting options are accomplished with the use of one of the available optional kits:
LC372RMK
Rack Mount Kit for SRM for equipment rack mounting in 1RU, 15” minimum
depth cabinets
LC372WMK
Wall Mount Kit for SRM for bracket mounting to walls, cabinets, or other
vertical areas.
LC372PMK
Pole Mount Kit for SRM for mounting on standard projector poles up to 2” in
diameter
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CONNECTIONS
LC372SR Sound Reinforcement Module
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LC372SR
Figure 1 - LC372SR Front View
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3
4
5
6
IR RECEIVER INPUTS
CALL SWITCHES
REMOTE MIC
AUX
INPUT
HANDSET
INTERFACE
AUX AUDIO INPUT
+ - S + - S
SPKR
LINE
OUT
OUT
MUTEPOWER
+ - S + - M
V
ETHERNET/
IED MIDSPAN
FORM C RELAY OUTPUTS
NC C NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C NO
Model# LANcom LC372SR
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8
9
10
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Figure 2 - LC372SR Rear View
1. Power LED
This LED will illuminate when power is applied to the unit.
2. Call Switches and Remote Microphone RJ45 Ports
These ports are used to connect remote call switches (LC11CS or LC12DCS) or remote microphone modules
(LC372M) to the unit. This port provides access to the four (4) control lines available for the call switches. The
jumpers for each call switch determine which control line will be activated for each button. The four (4) control
lines are shared (wired in parallel) between both ports. The microphone input is a buffered input, allowing simultaneous usage when a remote microphone module is connected to both ports. Both microphones are mixed to
provide a single combined audio signal. Only one (1) LC372M may be connected to each port.
PIN 1
Figure 3 - RJ45 Male Connector
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Pin
Function
Cat5 Color Code
1
Audio +
Orange /W
2
Audio Orange
3
Switch out *
Green /W
4
Switch out *
Blue
5
Switch out *
Blue/W
6
Switch out *
Green
7
+48 VDC
Brown /W
8
Ground
Brown
* Signal pin is determined by jumper setting on
call switch plates.
Table 1 - Call Switch and Remote Microphone RJ45 Connector Wiring
3. Aux Input Port
This port is used to connect to an LC372AI Audio Input Plate. This plate provides three (3) additional inputs to the
system. Each plate contains the following inputs:
• One balanced XLR mic/line switchable input
• One unbalanced stereo input through a mono summing 3.5mm TRS jack
• One unbalanced stereo mono summed input through two (2) RCA jacks
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Function
RCA Audio +
RCA Audio –
1/8” Jack Audio +
XLR Mic/Line Audio +
XLR Mic/Line Audio –
1/8” Jack Audio –
+48 VDC
Ground
Cat5 Color Code
Orange /W
Orange
Green /W
Blue
Blue/W
Green
Brown /W
Brown
Table 2 - RJ45 Connector Wiring
4. Handset RJ45 Port
This port is used to connect an LC21HS Intercom Handset. When the LC21HS is lifted off its cradle switch, the
intercom call switches into a private mode and disconnects the room microphone(s) and speaker and uses the
microphone and speaker in the handset for a private intercom conversation. Once the handset is returned to the
cradle switch, the room microphone(s) and speaker are restored.
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Function
Handset Mic Output +
Handset Mic Output –
Hookswitch Out
Handset Earphone Input +
Handset Earphone Input –
Hookswitch Out
+48 VDC
Ground
Cat5 Color Code
Orange /W
Orange
Green /W
Blue
Blue/W
Green
Brown /W
Brown
Table 3 - Handset RJ45 Connector Wiring
5. IR Receiver Inputs
Up to three individual IR receivers can be connected to these ports to interface with the Atlas Learn IR microphones. These connectors can utilize the supplied cable or UL Listed RG59 coaxial cable with F-type fittings. The
maximum cable length is 10m (32.8’).
6. Power and Network RJ45 Port
This port is used to connect the LC372SR to the system network. It connects to the network through either an
LC41PI or LC48MPI Power Injector that provides 48VDC power to the device. Note that power is provided only
using the LC41PI or LC48MPI. This device is not compliant with PoE switches.
Pin
1
2
3
4
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Data Rx +
Data RX –
Data TX +
+48V DC
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CAT5 Color Code
Orange /W
Orange
Green /W
Blue
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Pin
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Function
+48V DC
Data TX –
–48V DC (Ground)
–48V DC (Ground)
CAT5 Color Code
Blue/W
Green
Brown /W
Brown
Table 4 - Power and Network RJ45 Connector Wiring
7. Aux Audio Input
This connector provides an input for a balanced or unbalanced stereo (or mono) audio source. Both inputs are
summed to mono and are controlled through the software. This input is ideal for connecting an audio source to
the system when it is permanently installed in the room.
8. Speaker Out
This connection is for the output of the power amplifier and used to connect to the local room loudspeaker or
loudspeakers. This output is for 25V loudspeakers and has a maximum power output of 30W.
NOTE: It is possible to use 70V loudspeakers with the 25V amplifier output, but the power factor for the transformer tap
will be 1/8 of the listed tap setting. For example, a 70V loudspeaker tapped at 100W will only draw a maximum of 12.5W
when connected to the 25V amplifier output.
9. Line Out
This is a balanced line level output that can be used to connect to an external audio amplifier, hearing assistance
system, or a recording device. The mix is the same as what is available at the speaker output, however this output
does have its own output level adjustment.
10.Mute
This is used to attach an external mute switch to the device. When a closure is present between the pins, all
messages, live announcements, intercom calls, and bells will be muted in the room. Emergency messages will
override the mute if it is active. This function is to give teachers the ability to place the system into a do not disturb
mode for student testing or other special situations.
11.Power
This terminal is not currently used and reserved for future implementation.
IR RECEIVER INPUTS
12.Relay Output Jack
The LC372SR has four Form C relays that are terminated at this connector. Relays 1 and 2 provide a momentary
contact closure used to synchronize the clock in the room to the system time. The exact time and duration for
this closure is globally configured in the control software at the headend. The functionsETHERNET/
of Relays 3 and 4 are
configured in the software.
IED MIDSPAN
SPKR
LINE
OUT
OUT
MUTEPOWER
+ - S + - M
V
FORM C RELAY OUTPUTS
NC C NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C NO
Model# LANcom LC372SR
Relay 1
Relay 2
Relay 3
Relay 4
Figure 4 - Relay Connector
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AL-MYNA Wireless Microphone
The LC372SR includes two (2) AL-MYNA IR wireless microphones.
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26
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Figure 5 - AL-MYNA
13.Microphone
High quality internal microphone is used when the unit is in the handheld or lapel configuration.
14.IR LEDs
These separate clusters of IR LEDs ensure quality c
­ ommunications with an AL-IRDS regardless of which
­configuration the AL-MYNA microphone is in.
15.Mode Button
Used to switch the AL-MYNA from Mode 1 or Mode 2. Mode 1 is the only operating mode supported in the LANcom system. It is also used in conjunction with the Panic button. When both are pressed simultaneously, a signal
is sent to the system to trigger the “Panic” function, if configured.
16.Panic Button
Used in conjunction with the Mode button. When both are pressed simultaneously, a signal is sent to the system
to trigger the “Panic” function, if configured.
17.Power Button
When the AL-MYNA is Off, holding this button for 3 seconds will turn the unit on. In the On mode, holding this button for 3 s­ econds will turn the unit Off.
18.Mute Button
Depressing this button in Mode 1 mutes the o
­ utput of the microphone. Depressing this button in Mode 2 has no
function with the LANcom system.
19.Volume Button
Depressing the UP or DOWN button in Mode 1 will raise or lower the microphone volume. Depressing the UP or
DOWN button in Mode 2 has no function with the LANcom system.
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20.Power LED
Displays the battery power of the AL-MYNA. Green indicates good battery power. Red indicates low battery power.
Off indicates the microphone is turned off.
21.Headset Microphone Input
3.5mm jack for connection of the optional AL-HSM headset microphone. The internal microphone is disabled
when a headset is connected.
22.Mode LEDs
These two LEDs indicate the current mode of the AL-MYNA. When the right side blue LED is illuminated, the unit is
set to Mode 1. If both LEDs are illuminated, the unit is set to Mode 2.
NOTE: The unit MUST be set to Mode 1 to work properly with the LANcom system. If the volume up/down button is not
adjusting the microphone volume properly and you hear a pulsating noise through the loudspeakers, then the unit is
probably set to Mode 2. Change the unit to Mode 1 using the Mode button to correct the problem.
23.Lockout Switch
When this switch is set to the Lockout mode the unit works as a microphone only, no operation buttons function.
Also referred to as “Student Mode”.
24.IR Channel Switch
This slide switch sets the microphone channel “A” or “B”.
25.Belt Clip/Lanyard Clip
Used to attached AL-MYNA to belt for headset configuration or to the included lanyard for a lapel configuration.
26.Battery Cover
Conceals two “AA” rechargeable batteries, IR channel switch and Lockout mode switch.
AL-MYNA-NEST
The LC372SR includes one (1) AL-MYNA-NEST charging station for the two (2) included AL-MYNA IR wireless microphones.
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28
30
29
Figure 6 - AL-MYNA-NEST
27.Microphone Charging Receptacles
Holds the microphones in place while charging. The microphones can be placed in forwards or backwards.
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28.Microphone Charging LEDs
These LEDs indicate the current charging status of each receptacle:
Red = Charging,
Green = Charged.
29.Battery Cover
This provides a charging location for four additional rechargeable AA size batteries.
30.Additional Battery Charging LEDs
These two LEDs indicate the current charging status of the additional battery charging locations:
RED = Charging
GREEN = Charged.
INSTALLATION
Unpack the LC372SR and accessories from the shipping carton. The LC372SR includes the following items that are
packaged with the unit.
1 – LC372SR Sound Reinforcement Module
2 – AL-MYNA IR Wireless Microphones
1 – AL-MYNA-NEST Recharging Station
2 – Lanyards for Wireless Microphones
3 – Phoenix Connector Plugs (1 x 6-pin, 1 x 9-pin, 1 x 12-pin)
4 – Ni-MH Rechargeable Batteries
2 – 10M Interconnect Cables for AL-IRDS
2 – AL-IRDS IR Receiver Dome
2 – Mounting Plates for AL-IRDS
1 – 9VDC Power Supply
4 – Rubber Feet with Screws
Standard Installation
The LC372SR is supplied with four (4) removable rubber feet for standard installation on a shelf. Attach the rubber feet
using the supplied screws as shown in Figure 7.
Figure 7 - Rubber Feet Installation
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Optional LC372RMK Rack-Mount Installation Kit
The LC372RMK is available as an optional accessory used to allow mounting the LC372SR in a standard 19” equipment
rack. Attach the two rack ears as shown in Figure 8 using the mounting screws included with the kit.
Figure 8 - LC372RMK Rack-Mount Installation
Optional LC372WMK Wall-Mount Installation Kit
The LC372WMK is available as an optional accessory used when installing the LC372SR on a wall or other flat surface.
Attach the two mounting plates to the bottom of the unit as shown in Figure 9 using the screws supplied with the kit.
Figure 9 - LC372WMK Mounting Plate Installation
Attach the assembled unit to a wall or other suitable flat surface using screws that are suitable for the mounting surface.
Note that these screws are not included. Take care to ensure that sufficient space is left around the unit to allow air flow
through the ventilation openings and cool the unit.
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Figure 10 - LC372WMK Wall-Mount Installation
Optional LC372PMK Pole-Mount Installation Kit
The LC372PMK is available as an optional accessory to mount the LC372SR on a pole of up to 2”. This is a convenient
solution when mounting the device in a room that has a video projector suspended on a ceiling mount. This allows you
to place the LC372SR on the mounting pole between the projector and the ceiling.
The mounting hole is protected by two cover plates that must first be removed as shown in Figure 11.
Figure 11 - LC372SR Cover Plate Removal
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Next, attach the mounting bracket as shown in Figure 12 using the supplied mounting screws. Insert the U-shaped pole
brackets and attach the retaining nuts loosely as you will tighten them later.
Figure 12 - LC372PMK Mounting Hardware Installation
Slide the unit on the pole as shown in Figure 13 and tighten the U-shaped mounting clamps snugly to support the unit.
Figure 13 - LC372PMK Pole-Mount Installation
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Connect Unit to Other System Components
Connect the field devices to the LC372SR as required. Figure 14 illustrates a typical room installation. Note that all connections are not shown in the example illustration.
LC12DCS
Call Switch
LC12DCS
Call Switch
PB1
LC372AI
Audio Input Plate
PB1
J2
PIN 3
P IN 4
P IN 5
P IN 6
GND
PB2
+48V
PB2
MIC GAIN
1/8"
JACK
LO
P1
INPUT
50d B
OUTPUT
HI
LO
P2
INPUT
J1
26d B
NO SHUNT = 6 dB GAIN
PIN6
PIN5
PIN4
PIN3
PIN6
PIN5
PIN4
PIN3
OUTPUT
LC372M
Remote Microphone Module
HI
RCA
PIN6
PIN5
PIN4
PIN3
PIN6
PIN5
PIN4
PIN3
LC372SR
Sound Reinforcement Module
LC21HS
Intercom Handset
IR RECEIVER INPUTS
CALL SWITCHES
REMOTE MIC
AUX
INPUT
HANDSET
INTERFACE
AUX AUDIO INPUT
+ - S + - S
SPKR
LINE
OUT
OUT
MUTEPOWER
+ - S + - M
V
ETHERNET/
IED MIDSPAN
FORM C RELAY OUTPUTS
NC C NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C NO
Model# LANcom LC372SR
LC41PI
Power
Injector
Room Audio Source
1:36:24 6-1 A
To Ethernet Switch
Room
Mute Switch
11 12 1
10
2
9
3
8
4
7
6
5
Room Clock
AL-IRDS
IR Receiver Dome
Figure 14 - Installation Example
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CONFIGURATION
The SCS Endpoint Configurator application provides access to all the necessary setup operations that must be performed
on an LC372SR Sound Reinforcement Module before it can be used in a system. It also provides access to additional
setup features, such as EQ, that are configured upon installation and not adjusted as part of normal system operation.
This section covers the steps required to configure an LC372SR device and is not intended to provide comprehensive
coverage of the SCS Endpoint Configurator tool. Refer to the included help file for additional information on the Configurator.
Start the SCS Endpoint Configurator Application
First, locate the SCS Endpoint Configurator on your computer. If you are using the system server, it should be located
on the desktop or available and appear as the icon shown in Figure 15. If a shortcut is not present on the desktop, go to
Explorer and look for SCS Endpoint Configurator.exe in the C:\IED\SRMICM Config Utility directory.
Figure 15 - SCS Endpoint Configurator Icon
Once you have located the application, open it by double-clicking on the icon. If the application is running on the system
server, then you will immediately be taken to the discovery page shown in Figure 16
Figure 16 - Discovery Window
It is possible to run the Configurator on a separate laptop or desktop computer to allow you to configure a device before
it is installed in the system. The system server computer also maintains a service that is responsible for automatically
assigning IP addresses to the devices in the system. If you are using a different computer, then this service will not be
running and the Configurator will give you a warning as shown in Figure 17
Figure 17 - BOOTP Server Error
Select Yes and the Configurator will run its own BOOTP server to assign IP addresses to the device(s) you will be configuring. After selecting Yes, you will see the BOOTP Options window as shown in Figure 18. Enter the range of IP address
that the server will use by typing in a Start and Stop address. You must take care to ensure that this range is safe to use
on your network. Enter the appropriate Subnet Mask and click the OK button. Selecting CANCEL at any time will close
the window and the application will start without the BOOTP server running.
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Figure 18 - BOOTP Server Options
Endpoint Device Discovery
Once the application is running, it will scan the network for any LANcom devices and they will appear in the Discovery
Window as shown below. The application will poll the devices at an interval that is accessible through the menu bar
Tools -> Options. The default polling interval is 5 sec. and this is suitable for most circumstances.
Figure 19 - Discovery Window
The columns in the Discovery Window are described below.
Type
This displays the type of device that has been detected. LC372SR devices will be of type SRM.
This is a read-only field and cannot be edited.
MAC Address
This is the hardware network address of the device. This is a read-only field and cannot be
edited.
BOOTP Enabled
When checked, this device will get its IP Address from the BOOTP server. When not checked,
an IP Address must be manually typed in the IP Address field. For most applications, the
BOOTP server should be utilized and this item should remain checked.
IP Address
This is the IP Address assigned to the device. If the BOOTP Enabled checkbox is not checked,
an address can be manually typed into this field to set the address of the device.
Node ID
This is the unique identifier for the device. This is the number that will allow the LANcom SCS
software to utilize this device. This is also the Zone number that is used to reference this device
to program announcements, bells, and intercom calls.
Mic Group
This corresponds to the group number of the announcement controller that owns the mic
station.
Mic Number
This is a unique mic station ID number used to assign mic stations within a group.
Description
This is a textual description to aid in identifying the device’s location and/or function.
Last Response
This is a date and time stamp to mark the last receipt of a poll response from the device.
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EQ
Most of the adjustments made to the LC372SR are made through the LANcom SCS software. EQ adjustments are not accessible through the SCS software and must be made using the SCS Endpoint Configurator. First, highlight an LC372SR
and then select the Edit sub-menu from the File menu as shown in Figure 20. There are two selections for PEQ. The one
labeled Master is the main loudspeaker output of the device. The Line Out of the device can be adjusted separately.
Figure 20 - File -> Device -> Edit Menu
Figure 21 shows the PEQ window. The main section of the window is the response curve display where you can adjust
many of the filter parameters. Additional controls are available at the bottom part of the window and a menu bar is
located at the top that is used to access various additional features.
Figure 21 - PEQ Edit Window
Response Curve
This displays the response curve of the filter set as it is applied to the signal. You can edit many of
the individual filter parameters directly from the window using the mouse. Each filter is represented
by a red dot on the graph. You can select the filter by clicking on the dot and it will turn green. You
can then adjust the amount of cut or boost by dragging the dot up or down. You can adjust the
center frequency and bandwidth by using the arrows that appear at the top of the graph as shown
in the figure.
Selected Band
You can select the filter that you want to adjust using this row of buttons. For each output, there are
nine (9) parametric bands available along with a high-pass and low-pass filter. Some settings may
make it difficult to select the exact filter band that you want. When you select a filter band using a
button, it will be highlighted in the graph window.
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Center Freq. (HZ)
Once you have selected a filter band, you can manually type in the frequency for the filter in this box.
This allows you to quickly set the filter to a very precise value. When using one of the parametric
bands, this frequency will control the center frequency of the filter. For the high-pass and low-pass
filters, this will set the cutoff frequency.
Gain (dB)
Use this box to adjust the amount of cut or boost for the filter. This only applies to parametric filters
and is not available for the high-pass and low-pass filters. You can also use the up and down arrow
buttons to increment/decrement the value. Positive numbers will add gain to the filter and negative
values will attenuate the filter.
Bandwidth (Oct.)
Use this box to manually input the bandwidth (in octaves) of the parametric filters. This will not affect
the high-pass or low-pass filters.
Filter Bypass
This checkbox is only present for high-pass and low-pass filters. When checked, the filter will be
bypassed.
Set Flat
Click this button to set the filter response curve to flat. This will remove any cut or boost applied using the parametric filters and set both the high-pass and low-pass filters to bypass.
Close
Click this button to close the window. All changes are made in real time, so you will not be prompted
to save any changes.
EQ Options Menu
This menu provides access to the lesser-used options that change the EQ display.
Legend Scale
This will change the number of dB represented by each division of the scale, thus changing the
vertical resolution of the graph. You may choose from 3dB/Div, 6dB/Div, 9dB/Div, or 12dB/Div.
Frequency Scale
This will change the way that the frequency (horizontal) axis is displayed. You can choose between Octave or Decade. Octave will display the axis in equal divisions while Decade will display
the response curve in a logarithmic scale.
0dB Location
This will set where on the graph the 0dB reference line is located. Available choices are Top, Mid
Upper, Center, Mid Lower, or Bottom.
Show Gain
This will enable or disable the gain response curve on the graph as displayed by a blue line.
Show Phase
This will enable or disable the phase response curve on the graph as displayed by a magenta
line.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Mechanical
Dimensions....................................................................8.50” W x 1.75” H x 13.625” D
(215.9mm W x 44.5mm H x 346.1mm D)
Mounting methods...................................Desk/Table Top Surface Mount (Standard),
Optional Pole Mount Kit, Rack
Mount Kit or Wall Mount Kit
Connectors
Ethernet/Power.....................................................................................................RJ-45
Call Switch/Remote Microphone.................................................................. RJ-45 (x2)
Auxiliary Input Plate..............................................................................................RJ-45
Intercom Handset.................................................................................................RJ-45
Aux Audio Input (Back panel)............................................................. 6-pin Euroblock
Speaker/Line Out, Mute In, & 48VDC Out .......................................... 8-pin Euroblock
Relay Outputs.................................................................................... 12-pin Euroblock
IR Sensors.............................................................................F-Connector Female (x3)
Electrical
Power...............................................................................................48VDC, 1.35A Max
Provided via Ethernet Data Cable
Input Sensitivity (Input 1)...................................................................................... 0dBu
Input Sensitivity (Inputs 2-4)...............................................-3dBu (Left or Right Alone)
0dBu (Left and Right Summed)
Speaker Output
Maximum Output Power.......................................................................30 watts @ 25V
Frequency Response..............................................................................22Hz – 22kHz
S/N.........................................................................................................................97dB
Line Output
Maximum Output............................................................................................. +14dBu
Frequency Response..............................................................................22Hz – 22kHz
S/N.......................................................................................................................110dB
Handset Output
Maximum Output............................................................................................... +6dBu
Frequency Response..............................................................................22Hz – 22kHz
S/N.......................................................................................................................102dB
Relay Outputs
Contacts............................................................................................................ Form C
Nominal Switching Capacity (resistive load)............................................2A @ 30VDC
0.5A @ 125VAC
Transmitter
Specifications
IR Led’s........................................................................................... 6 Total in 2 Groups
Aux Input.................................................................................................... 3.5mm, 2kΩ
External Controls....................................................Power, Mode, Volume, Panic Mute
Internal Controls......................................................... Channel A/B, Student Lock Out
Mode Indicator LED’s......................................................................................Blue (x2)
Lockout Indicator LED.............................................................................................Red
PWR/BATT Indicator LED............................................................................ Green/Red
Dimensions........................................................................1.8” W x 5.187” H x 1.31” D
(45.7mm W x 131.7mm H x 33.4mm D)
Weight (with Batteries)............................................................................4.23oz (120g)
Weight (Less Batteries)...............................................................................2.1oz (60g)
Charging Station
Dock
AL-MYNA Ports............................................................................................................ 2
Charge Indicator LED’s.................................... 4 (Red – Charging, Green – Charged)
PSU Type.................................................................... 120V Input, 9VDC @ 1A Output
Dimensions........................................................................7.44” W x 4.17” H x 2.75” D
(189mm W x 106mm H x 70mm D)
IR Receiver Dome
Receiver LED’s............................................................................................................ 6
Mounting..................................................................................................... Screw Type
Cable....................................................................................................UL Listed RG59
Termination..........................................................................................................F-type
Maximum Cable Length..............................................................................32.8’ (10m)
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Innovative Electronic Designs, LLC
9701 Taylorsville Road
Louisville, KY 40299, USA
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+1.502.267.7436 phone
+1.502.267.9070 fax
www.iedaudio.com
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