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PRO SERIES
USER MANUAL
FOR THE
PS 155
SIMPLEX WIRELESS INTERFACE
AUDIO LEVEL
Low
Receive
TX CONTROL
SIDETONE
Send
High
Level
Test
tone
Level
Release
VOX
PTT
CALL
PS 155
wireless
interface
Power
Rx/Tx
CONTENTS
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
6.0
7.0
8.0
9.0
10.0
11.0
12.0
13.0
14.0
15.0
16.0
17.0
GENERAL DESCRIPTION.......................................... 3
UNPACKING............................................................... 4
INSTALLATION........................................................... 4
FRONT PANEL CONTROLS ...................................... 5
REAR PANEL CONNECTORS ................................... 6
THE INTERCONNECTING CABLE............................. 7
SIDETONE ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE ................. 8
VOX ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE ............................ 8
TX MODE SWITCH .................................................... 8
INTERNAL CONTROLS.............................................. 9
CABLING .................................................................. 10
PARTYLINE TECHNICAL CONCEPT....................... 11
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ............................... 11
WARRANTY ............................................................. 11
PROBLEM SOLVING................................................ 12
BLOCK DIAGRAM .................................................... 13
POSSIBLE SYSTEM DIAGRAMS ............................. 14
User Manual PS 155/ Issue 1 8 2000 ASL Intercom, Utrecht, Holland.
User Manual PS 155 / Issue 1 8 2001 ASL Intercom, Utrecht, Holland.
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1.0
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Located on the front panel are the Volume
controls (send and receive), sidetone
adjustment trimmers, test tone switch, VOX
adjustment trimmers and TX mode control
switch.
In receive mode (Rx) the audio from the
wireless system is sent to the wired
intercom system, its volume can be
controlled with the ‘Receive’ volume knob.
In transmit mode (Tx) the audio signal from
the wired intercom system is sent to the
wireless system, its volume can be
controlled with the ‘Send’ volume knob.
The ASL PS 155 is designed to be a single
channel audio interface between simplex
wireless intercom systems and ASL
partyline intercom systems.
Three modes are available to switch from
receive to send, the users selects the most
appropriate one with a switch at the front
panel. These modes are:
Special attention has been paid to the ease
of operation by the user, enabling to
expand a wired intercom system with a
(locally approved) wireless intercom
section.
1. Push To Talk (PTT)
Transmit mode can be enabled by a
switch that can be connected to the PS
155 externally. To enable the transmit
mode, the user pushes a dedicated
button to transmit the audio present at
the wired intercom system.
The PS 155 is a simplex wireless interface
housed in a strong steel case.
By using wireless intercom systems such
as Porto phones etc. the major issue of
licences and approvals can be avoided with
a dramatic drop in cost as a result.
The PS 155 tabletop unit contains an audio
interface. This section splits the audio from
the wired intercom system to, a separate
volume controlled, audio input that is lead
to the wireless intercom system.
It also combines the audio signal from the
wireless system to the wired system, this
signal is also volume controlled.
Both these in/outputs are transformer
balanced.
The three stage, high rejection, sidetone
circuit can be adjusted to maximum setting
using the built-in test tone generator. This
enables the user an optimum performance
for all transmit modes available.
2. CALL
Transmit mode can be enabled by
pushing any CALL button at the
connected intercom units. All audio
present at the wired intercom will be
broadcast on the wireless system. The
buzzers of all connected stations are
automatically disabled in this mode.
3. VOX
Transmit mode will be enabled by an
audio detection circuit on the wired
intercom. The VOX circuit has a special
frequency contouring circuit which is
optimised for the human voice, the
attack level and release time can be
adjusted at the front panel.
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2.0
UNPACKING
The shipping carton contains the parts
listed below:
* The PS 155
* User manual
* Sub-D 9 connector
ASL has taken great care to ensure this
product reaches you in flawless condition.
After unpacking the unit please inspect for
any physical damage to the unit, and retain
the shipping carton and relevant packing
materials for use should the unit need
returning.
If any are missing, contact your dealer.
If any damage has occurred, please notify
your dealer immediately so that a written
claim can be initiated. Please also refer to
the guarantee section of this manual.
3.0
INSTALLATION
This PS 155 will form part of an existing or
new intercom system, and connection to it is
straightforward. There are no separate power
connections, or batteries to install, as the
necessary DC voltages are derived from the
intercom master station or power supply, via
the intercom connection cable.
To connect the PS 155 onto the intercom
system, use professional flexible micro-phone
cable with 2 wires and 1 shield only. Connect
the system intercom cable into the LINE
connector socket on the rear panel.
The PS 155 is fully protected against miswiring (reverse power) or short-circuit in the
interconnecting cables.
To connect the wireless intercom unit to the
PS 155 a proper cable has to be
manufactured. The exact connections of the
Sub-D9 connector are explained further on in
this manual, please refer to section 5.0 at
point 12.
Attention :
• Always make sure that all
interconnecting cables are
properly shielded to avoid RF
interference of the wireless
unit in the wired ASL-intercom.
• If possible always use balanced
audio connections to and from
the wireless system.
• Make sure that the connections
made to the wireless system are
according to the specifications
of the manufacturer of the
wireless unit.
• Place the wireless unit far from
the interface and intercom
cables to avoid RF interference.
• It is of paramount importance that the
unit is properly adjust before use.
Therefore carefully read and execute all
the instructions in this manual.
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4.0
FRONT PANEL CONTROLS
AUDIO LEVEL
Low
Receive
Send
1
2
3
High
4
PS 155
wireless
interface
TX CONTROL
SIDETONE
Level
5
1 Receive VOLUME control knob
This knob adjusts the level of the audio
that is received from the wireless unit.
2 Send VOLUME control knob
This knob adjusts the level of the audio
that is send to the wireless unit.
3 SIDETONE low trimmer
This trimmer adjusts the low frequency
rejection of the sidetone. Please refer to
section 7.0 for the proper adjustment
procedure.
4 SIDETONE high trimmer
This trimmer adjusts the high frequency
rejection of the sidetone. Please refer to
section 7.0 for the proper adjustment
procedure.
5 SIDETONE level trimmer
This trimmer adjusts the rejection level of
the sidetone. Please refer to section 7.0
for the proper adjustment procedure.
6 sidetone TEST TONE button
This recessed test tone button enables
you to easily adjust the sidetone
rejection for the complete frequency
range. Please refer to section 7.0 for the
proper adjustment procedure.
Test
tone
6
Level
Release
VOX
PTT
CALL
7
8
9
Power
Rx/Tx
10
11
7 VOX LEVEL trimmer
This trimmer adjusts the detection level
of the VOX switch. When the VOX
detects an audio signal on the intercom
line that is louder than the level set by
this trimmer it switches the wireless unit
to transmit. Please refer to section 8.0
for the proper adjustment procedure.
8 VOX RELEASE trimmer
After the audio signal of the intercom line
falls below the level of the VOX, it will
stay active for a period of time that is
preset by this trimmer. Please refer to
section 8.0 for the proper adjustment
procedure.
9 TX MODE switch
This switch determines how the wireless
unit changes from receive to transmit. It
has three positions; VOX, CALL and
PTT. Please refer to section 9.0
10 POWER led
This LED will light up green when the
unit is powered by the intercom line.
11 Rx/Tx led
The LED is lit green when the wireless
unit is in receive mode and it will be lit
red when the wireless unit is in transmit
mode.
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5.0
REAR PANEL CONNECTORS
In
Link
To transceiver
PS 155
wireless interface
Serialnumber :
Intercom line
12
12
LINE connectors
These XLR-3 connectors are for
connecting the PS 155 to the intercom
system.
Pin assignments:
1. 0 V / ground shield
2. +30 V power wire
3. audio wire
The female connector is for input.
The male connector is for extending the
intercom line to other user stations.
13
TRANSCEIVER connector
A Sub-D 9 pole connector for the
connection of the wireless unit.
Pin assignments:
1. Audio input 2. Audio input +
3. PTT switch contact
4. Output transmit switch (Common)
5. Output transmit switch (N. Open)
6. Output transmit switch (N. Closed)
7. Ground/shield
8. Audio output +
9. Audio output -
13
The Audio Input (pin 1 and 2) is a
transformer balanced input, it is decoupled
with condensers to obtain a high DC
resistance.
If the wireless unit uses asymmetric signal
transport then the input - (pin 1) is to be
connected to the ground of the wireless unit
and to pin 7 of the Sub-D 9.
The Audio output (pin 8 and 9) is a
transformer balanced output, it is
decoupled with condensers to obtain a high
DC resistance.
If the wireless unit uses asymmetric signal
transport then the output - (pin 9) is to be
connected to the ground of the wireless unit
and to pin 7 of the Sub-D 9.
An external Push To Talk switch can be
connected to pin 3. The other contact of the
switch must be connected to pin 7 (ground).
Closing the contact activates the transmit
mode of the wireless unit.
The Output Transmit Switch switches the
wireless unit from receive to transmit.
Depending upon the required function by
the wireless unit, two ways of connecting it
to the wireless unit are possible. Please
refer to section 6.0 for the proper
connections.
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6.0
THE INTERCONNECTING CABLE
Special care must be taken in constructing
the interconnection cable.
Although ASL-intercom has taken great care
in shielding and filtering all RF components
from the unit, it is still very important that you
use the best quality cables and properly
construct any electrical and mechanical
construction.
The TRANSMIT SWITCH contacts
These are located on pins 4, 5 and 6.
Most wireless units will need a contact to be
closed to change from receive to transmit.
The NO contact :
This is a contact that is Normally Open, it is
closed when the wireless unit needs to switch
to transmit mode.
In this case you need to use the pin 4, this is
the Common pin (C), and pin 5, this is the
Normally Open (NO) pin.
• Always use shielded cable(s) for the
interconnecting cable.
• If possible, use a cable assembly of the
wireless intercom manufacturer.
The NC contact :
This is a contact that is Normally Closed, it is
opened when the wireless unit needs to
switch to transmit mode.
In this case you need to use the pin 4, this is
the Common pin (C), and pin 6, this is the
Normally Closed (NC) pin.
• Always use the supplied Sub-D9
connector, this connector is shielded.
• Avoid long cables.
Both input and output are transformer
balanced audio lines.
The transformers are DC decoupled by
condensers. This is necessary for wireless
units that use the presence of a DC
resistance, at the input or output, to switch
from receive to transmit.
In case of asymmetric signals at the wireless
unit you may connect the negative signal of
the input or output to the ground (pin7).
The PTT switch contact
An external Push To Talk switch may be
connected to the interface. When the TX
mode switch (9) is in the PTT position the
interface reacts on this external switch.
When the pins 3 and 7 of the Sub-D9 are
shorted by the PTT switch the interface will
switch the wireless unit from receive to
transmit mode.
The total resistance of the used cable and
contact (in closed position) may not exceed a
DC resistance of 5000 ohms.
In some cases a unit needs to see a special
DC resistance.
In these case the manufacturer can advise
you on what value of the resistor to use.
In most cases the resistor will be mounted in
the Common wire of the Transmit Switch
contacts.
Example of a cable to fit the Motorola GP300
Tip 3,5mm jack (audio output)
Sleeve 3,5mm jack (gnd audio output)
Tip 2,5mm jack (audio input)
Sleeve 2,5mm jack (gnd audio input)
Pin 1 SubD-9 of the PS 155
Pin 2 SubD-9 of the PS 155
Pin 8 SubD-9 of the PS 155
Pin 9 SubD-9 of the PS 155
Pin 4 SubD-9 of the PS 155
Pin 5 SubD-9 of the PS 155
Motorola connector
Resistor 4700 ohms
Pin 3 SubD-9 of the PS 155
Pin 7 SubD-9 of the PS 155
3,5mm jack
2,5mm jack
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7.0 SIDETONE ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
8.0 VOX ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
• Connect the interface with a proper cable
to the wireless unit.
Before this procedure is done the SIDETONE
must have been adjusted properly !
• If the wireless unit has a volume control
turn it down (volume approx. 10%, a
volume that is too high can cause
problems such as distortion).
• Switch the ‘TX CONTROL’ to VOX
• Turn the trimmers ‘LEVEL’ and ‘RELEASE’
counter clockwise
• Adjust with the trimmer ‘LEVEL’ the level to
which the interface should react (Rx/Tx led
changes from green to red)
• adjust with the trimmer ‘RELEASE’ the
release time of the interface.
• Connect the interface to the wired ASLintercom
• Put the ‘send’ and ‘receive’ volumes in the
12 o’clock position.
• Put the switch TX CONTROL to PTT and
close the externally connected PTT
contact.
• Depress the ‘Test tone’ button with a pen
or pencil.
• Listen to one of the wireless units
• Adjust the three sidetone trimmers to a
minimum audio level on the wireless unit.
• Repeat the adjustment of the three
trimmers over and over until you are sure
that you found the minimum setting.
If needed you can turn up the SEND
volume of the PS 155 while adjusting the
trimmers.
9.0 TX MODE switch
To send audio of the wired ASL system to the
wireless system the transmitter has to switch
from receive to send, this can be done in
three ways :
1. PTT (push to talk) by closing a
contact connected to de SubD-9
connector. When this contact is
closed the interface and the
wireless unit switch from receive to
send.
2. CALL, when a CALL signal on the
wired ASL system is detected the
interface switches the wireless unit
from receive to transmit. All buzzers
on the wired ASL-intercom will be
muted automatically.
3.VOX, when an audio signal on the
wired ASL-intercom system is
detected that exceeds a threshold
the interface switches the wireless
unit from receive to transmit. The
threshold level and release time are
adjustable by the trimmers at the
front panel.
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10.0 INTERNAL CONTROLS
To access these trimmers you need to
open up the unit.
Disconnect the unit of all other equipment
and then remove the cover.
- Open the PS 155 by removing the two
screws at either side.
Then carefully connect the unit to the
intercom and to the wireless unit.
OUTPUT GAIN (R4)
The output gain can be adjusted
internally by a trimmer R4.
The trimmer is located on the PCB board
at the left, near to the transformers.
To increase mic gain turn clockwise.
To decrease mic gain turn counter
clockwise.
clockwise the relay of the interface will be
interrupted every second. This is also
shown by the Rx/Tx LED.
If the trimmer is turned too much clockwise
the interface will have a very long release
time when the CALL button of the
connected station is released.
Try to find a suitable position for the
trimmer in between those two points.
VOX DETECT (R9)
This trimmer adjusts the attack of the
VOX switch.
To adjust this trimmer select the VOX mode
with the TX MODE switch at the front panel.
Connect an intercom station to the same
intercom line and speak into that
microphone.
First adjust the LEVEL and RELEASE
trimmers at the front panel. Then adjust the
attack with the internal trimmer
CALL DETECT (R29)
The level of the CALL detect can be
adjusted with this trimmer.
Set the TX MODE switch at the front panel
(9) in the position CALL
Press and hold a CALL button on a
connected station and adjust the trimmer.
If the trimmer is turned too much counter
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11.0 CABLING
For the BASIC Series Intercom system the
interconnecting cables are of the shielded twoconductor microphone cable type and the
intercom line connectors are of the XLR-3 type.
Audio and Call signals are on XLR pin 3, DC
power is on XLR pin 2. XLR pin 1 is connected
to the shield of the cable which functions as the
common return for audio and power.
! Use high quality (multipair) cable.
For interconnecting user stations, power supplies
and accessories in an ASL Intercom network, use
high quality shielded two-conductor (minimum 2x
0.30 mm2) microphone cable only.
In case of a two channel intercom network, use
high quality microphone 'multipair' cable only,
each pair consisting of two conductors (minimum
2x 0.15 mm2) with separate shield. Multipair
cable should also have an overall shield.
! Use flexible cables.
Use flexible single and multipair microphone
cable instead of cable with solid cores, especially
when the cable is subjected to bending during
operation or installation.
! Separate cable screen to XLR pin 1.
The screen of each separate microphone cable
and/or the screen of each single pair in a
multipair cable, should be connected to pin 1 of
each XLR-3 connector. Do not connect this cable
screen to the metal housing of the connector or to
metal wall boxes (outlets).
See page 10 for Earthing Concept.
! Cable trunks, connection boxes and overall
multipair cable screen to clean earth.
Metal cable trunks, metal connection boxes and
overall multipair cable screen should be interconnected and, at one point (the 'central earthing
point') in the intercom network only, be connected
to a clean earth or a safety earth.
See page 10 for Earthing Concept.
! Keep metal connection boxes and cable
housings isolated from other metal parts.
Metal housings for intercom cables and
connectors should be mounted in such a way that
they are isolated from other metal cable and
connector housings and from any other metal
construction parts.
Ú See Party Line, Technical Concept
! Keep cables parallel as much as possible.
Since the audio signal is transferred in an
unbalanced Ú way, certain rules have to be
obeyed when installing the cables of an
intercom network. This is to avoid earth loops
and to minimise power loss and the possible
effect of electromagnetic fields.
These rules are:
When two (two channel) units in a network are
connected by more than one cable, make sure
that these cables are parallel to each other over
the whole distance between those units. When
using multipair cable, parallelism is ensured in the
best possible way.
! Avoid closed loops.
Always avoid that cables are making a loop. Socalled 'ring intercom' should not physically be
cabled as a ring. All cable routes should have a
'star' configuration, with the central earthing point
(usually close to the power supply position) as the
centre of the star.
! Keep cables away from electromagnetic
sources.
Keep intercom cables away from high energy
cables, e.g. 110/220/380V mains power or
dimmer controlled feeds for spotlights.
Intercom cables should cross high energy cables
at an angle of 90E only.
Intercom cables should never be in the same
trunking as energy cables.
! Place power supply in a central position.
In order to avoid unacceptable power losses,
place the power supply as close as possible to
where most power consumption occurs or, in
other words, most user stations are placed.
! Connect ASL power supply to a 'clean' mains
outlet.
The ASL power supply may be connected to the
mains power outlet to which other audio
equipment is connected. Avoid using mains
outlets which also power dimmer controlled
lighting systems.
In case of more complex installations, don't hesitate
to contact us. Please send us a block diagram of the
planned network with a list of all user stations and
their positions, and we are happy to advise you on
cabling lay out.
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12.0 PARTY LINE, TECHNICAL CONCEPT
ASL's Pro Series offers a complete two way ('full
duplex') communications system.
Users of the system are connected via a 'party line'.
Master stations (with built-in power supply), beltpacks
and power supplies are interconnected via standard
microphone cable. One wire is used as an audio line,
one as a power line and the screen of the cable
functions as earth/return.
Current drive is used for signal transfer. Each station
utilises a current amplifier to amplify the microphone
signal and place it on the common audio line where,
due to the constant line impedance (situated in the
power supply between XLR pin 3 and 1), a signal
voltage is developed which can be further amplified
and sent to the headphones.
This principle has three advantages:
- the use of a single audio line allows several
stations to talk and listen simultaneously.
- due to the high bridging impedance offered by
each station, the number of stations 'on line' has
no influence on the level of the communications
signal.
- power and audio to the intercom stations use the
same cable.
The Call signal is also sent as a current on the audio
line. It develops a DC potential over the line
impedance which will be sensed by each station and
interpreted as a Call signal.
13.0 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
POWER CONSUMPTION
current (at 30 V DC)
18 mA quiescent
INTERCOM LINE DRIVER
max. output current
output impedance
SIDETONE
rejection
3 mA rms
> 150 Kohms
0 - 35dB adjustable
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT
width
height
depth
weight
90 mm
38 mm
124 mm
260 gramms
GENERAL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS
intercom line impedance
350 ohms (1kHz)
2.2 Kohms (DC)
intercom line audio level
nom. -18 dBu
max. +4 dBu
dynamic range
80 dB
call send signal
+2.8 mA
call receive signal threshold
+2.4 V DC
supply voltage
+30 V DC (12 V to 32 V)
Note : 0dBu = 775 mV into open circuit
ASL reserves the right to alter specifications without
further notice.
14.0 WARRANTY
This unit is warranted by ASL Intercom to the original
end-user purchaser against defects in workmanship
and materials in it's manufacture for a period of one
year from date of shipment to the end-user.
Faults arising from misuse, unauthorised
modifications or accidents are not covered by this
warranty. If the unit is faulty it should be sent in it's
original packing, to the supplier or your local ASL
dealer, with shipping prepaid. A note must be
included stating the faults found and a copy of the
original suppliers invoice.
THIS PRODUCT WAS DESIGNED, DEVELOPED AND
MANUFACTURED BY:
ASL-intercom
UTRECHT, HOLLAND.
Web site: http:///www.asl-inter.com
E-mail: info@asl-inter.com
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15.0 PROBLEM SOLVING
PROBLEM
CAUSE
CHECK
Unit does not respond
No power supply or defective cable of the
wired intercom.
Power led and cable with another intercom
station.
No audio of the wireless system
to the ASL-intercom
‘Receive’ volume is too low
‘Receive’ volume knob
Cable not properly connected
Cable to the wireless unit
PS 155 not (properly) connected
Cable to the wired intercom
‘Send’ volume too low
‘Send’ volume knob
Volume op wireless unit too low
Volume knob of the wireless unit
Cable to wireless unit not properly
connected
Cable to the wireless unit
PS 155 not (properly) connected
Cable to the wired intercom
TX Control not in the position PTT
Change the TX Control switch to PTT
Connection the external switch not
properly done
Connections of the external switch
Transmit connections of the wireless unit
to the PS 155 incorrect.
The cable and the details of both units..
TX Control switch not in the position VOX
Put the TX Control switch in the position VOX
VOX level too low
Turn the VOX level trimmer clockwise
Audio level on the wired intercom line too
low
Increase the audio level on the wired intercom by
speaking louder and closer to the microphones.
VOX level too sensitive
Turn the VOX trimmer counter clockwise)
Bad sidetone rejection
Re-adjust the sidetone trimmers (3) again
Level of the wireless unit is too high
Turn the volume control of the wireless unit down.
VOX level not sensitive enough
Turn the VOX LEVEL trimmer clockwise
Release time too short
Turn the VOX RELEASE trimmer clockwise.
Bad sidetone rejection
Re-adjust the sidetone trimmers (3) again.
Input signal is too high
Turn down the ‘Receive’ level
Input signal is too high
Turn down the volume of the wireless unit.
Send and/or Receive volume too high
Turn down one or both levels
Faulty/improper connected cable.
Check the cables and connections.
Bad sidetone rejection
Re-adjust the sidetone trimmers (3) again
No audio from the ASL to the
wireless system
Wireless unit does not respond to
the PTT switch
Units do not respond to VOX
In VOX mode the units stays in
transmit mode
In VOX mode the signal is briefly
interrupted.
After reception of audio from the
wireless unit the interface
switches to transmit briefly.
The audio of the wired ASL
changes when the PS 155
changes transmit and receive
mode (interference/distortion).
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16.0 BLOCK DIAGRAM
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17.0 POSSIBLE SYSTEM DIAGRAMS
A
B
A
B
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XLR-3
WALLBOX
EARTHING CONCEPT
OVERALL SHIELD
+
Z1
Z2
10R
Z1/Z2 : LINE IMPEDANCES
(BS210)
OF MULTIPAIR CABLE AND/OR METAL CABLE TRUNK
SEPARATE SHIELD
30V
POWER SUPPLY
ONE
EARTHING POINT
ONLY
MAINS EARTH
AMPCO SOUND LAB. B.V.
ZONNEBAAN 42
3606 CC MAARSSENBROEK
(UTRECHT) HOLLAND
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
Size Document Number
B
Date:
November 24, 1994
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WALLBOX
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