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RAV 600/900 User Manual
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RAV — Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Warranty information can be found on the ClearOne website.
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The RAV 600/900 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Product Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Basic Room Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Installation Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Connecting the RAV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Basic Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Auxiliary Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
RAV-Ware Software Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Configuring System Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
Customizing RAV Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Line Input and Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Record and Playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
Camera Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Dialer and Phonebook Usage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
Advanced Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
Using the RAV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
Using the Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Programming Phone Preferences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
Web Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72
Pinouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .75
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76
Compliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .116
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .120
RAV 600/900 Installation and Operation Manual
ClearOne Part No. 800-153-001 November 2004
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Introduction
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Introduction — The RAV 600/900
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Introduction— The RAV 600/900
Unpacking
The RAV 600/900
The RAV product line is the first out-of-the-box room audio conferencing solution with the
sound quality and flexibility of a professionally installed system. The RAV includes an audio
conferencing mixer that uses distributed acoustical echo-cancelling technology to provide the
most intelligible full-duplex audio conference experience possible. Features include:
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Audio mixer for high-quality audio performance in all acoustical environments.
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RF (radio frequency) controller with call controls including auto-answer, flash duration
adjustment, ringer adjustment and phonebook with speed dial capabilities.
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Internal telephone hybrid with touch-tone dialing capability.
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Microphone pods provide 360º audio pickup so every participant within the microphone
pick-up range can be heard.
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Ceiling- or wall-mount Bose® loudspeakers allow everyone in the room to experience rich,
natural sounding audio.
Services and support
If you need additional information on how to install, set up or operate your RAV 600/900,
please contact us. We welcome and encourage your comments so we can continue to improve
our products and serve your needs.
Technical support
Sales and customer service
Tel:
Tel:
Fax:
1-800-283 5936 (USA) or
1-801-974-3760
1-801-974-3669
E-mail:
Web:
tech.support@clearone.com
www.clearone.com
E-mail:
Fax:
Carefully remove all components of the RAV system from the packaging. Ensure that you
received the following items:
RAV 600/900
MENU
ENTER
MUTE
1
CONFERENCE
GHI
FLASH
REDIAL
2
ABC
4
ON/OFF
5
JKL
DEF
WXYZ
0
RAV
POWER
DOWN
#
600
-30 -10 -4 0 +4 +8 +12
UP
VOLUME
PAUSE
RF Controller
Audio Mixer
Ceiling-Mount Speakers
or
Wall-Mount Speakers
Power Supply
6' Power Cord
6' USB Cable
25' RJ-45 Cable
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1-801-975-7200
1-800-933-5107 (USA) or
1-801-977-0087
sales@clearone.com
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
MNO
9
TUV
HELP
LINE
UP
PHONEBOOK
CLEAR
6
8
PQRS
*
DOWN
3
7
Mic Pods
Qty: 2 with RAV 600
Qty: 3 with RAV 900
AAA Batteries
Qty: 4
RAV Quick Start Guide
RAV-Ware Software
and Documentation CD
Screw/Washer Rack Kit
Qty: 4
12' Telephone Cable
7 ' RJ-45 Cable
6' RCA Cable
Qty: 2
50' Speaker Wire
Qty: 2
12' RJ-45 Cable
Qty: 1 for RAV 600
Qty: 2 for RAV 900
Figure 1.1 RAV unpacking
Product returns
All product returns require a return materials authorization (RMA) number. Please contact
ClearOne Technical Support before attempting to return your product. Make sure you return
all the items that shipped with your product and include a brief description of how the
product was being used when the problem occurred.
Note: Rack mount ears are attached to the Mixer box. Refer to the Quick Start Guide or
Chapter 2 of this manual for installation instructions.
If any parts are missing, please call the Technical Support Group at
1-800-283-5936 (USA) or 1-801-974-3760.
Note: ClearOne is not responsible for product damage incurred during shipment. You must
make claims directly with the carrier. Inspect your shipment carefully for obvious signs of
damage. If the shipment appears damaged, retain the original boxes and packing material for
inspection by the carrier. Contact your carrier immediately.
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Introduction — Product Overview
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Introduction— Product Overview
Mixer
Product Overview
Front
RF (Radio Frequency) Controller
The RF controller allows you to manage all calls, program user preferences and adjust
settings for your RAV.
A
MENU
ENTER
MUTE
1
2
3
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
CONFERENCE
ON/OFF
FLASH
REDIAL
7
8
9
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
*
0
#
HELP
LINE
DOWN
DOWN
UP
VOLUME
PAUSE
Key Functions
LCD Icon
ANTENNA
SIGNAL
BATTERY
C
B
D
UP
Figure 1.2. Mixer front
PHONEBOOK
CLEAR
Function
Indicates commands are received and acknowledged by base unit
and represents the signal strength from the base unit to the controller.
A. Telephone LED.This indicator lights red when the RAV is powered, but the telco is on hook
(not in use).The indicator lights green when the telco is off hook (in use) and flashes green
during an incoming call.
B. Microphone status LEDs. Nine indicators (RAV 900) or six indicators (RAV 600) indicate
the activation status of the microphone elements. When a microphone element is activated,
the corresponding LED lights green. When microphones are muted, all LEDs turn red.
C. Meter LEDs. These LEDs represents audio from all inputs.
D. USB port.This port enables USB connection to a PC.
Indicates battery level
Back
Function
Key
ON/OFF
FLASH
Press to use call forwarding, access call waiting, or make a three-way
conference call (if supported by your telephone service).
Press once to mute microphones during a call.
Press again to unmute.
MUTE
ANTENNA
Press to activate the phone and access the dial tone. Press
again to hang up the phone.
Figure 1.3. Mixer back
A. Telephone Set, Line. RJ-11 connection to an analog telephone jack and an analog
telephone set.
B. RF antenna connector. Connect the external RF antenna to this port.
Press and hold for two seconds to display the status of the RAV.
STATUS
Press once to dial the last number called.
REDIAL
Press once to access the controller programming menu.
Once you are in the Menu, this key serves as the Enter key.
MENU
ENTER
PHONEBOOK
CLEAR
Press once to dial stored numbers.
When you are in the Phonebook, use this key to delete characters or to
go back to the previous screen.
C. RS-232. RS-232 control port for connection to a control system such as AMX or Crestron
or to a computer.
D. Camera Control. VISCA camera control port.This connection enables microphone activation to trigger camera presets (voice tracking).
E. LAN.This is a 10/100 BaseT auto-detecting Ethernet port for system control through a
data network.
F. Mic Pod In. Use a Cat. 5 cable with RJ-45 connectors to connect the microphone pods.
G. Playback In/Record Out. RCA connection to record/playback devices such as a VCR.
H. Line In/Out. RCA connection to a codec, amplifier or sound card.
Press down or up to navigate through the menu and phonebook.
DOWN
UP
Press while on a call to adjust call volume and ringer.
I. Speaker Output. Use speaker wire to connect these push terminals to the Bose
loudspeakers.
J. Power 12 VDC. Power supply.
VOLUME
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Introduction — Product Overview
Microphone Pods
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Introduction— Basic Room Design
Basic Room Design
Basic Room Design for RAV
To ensure best microphone and loudspeaker placement (ceiling- or wall-mount), please use
the following guidelines. For more information on Room Design, or to view the RAV online
training course, visit www.clearone.com.
A
Microphones
B
Center mic pods on the table at an equal distance apart. Place the controller on the same
table as the mics. In typical conferencing environments, participants should be seated 4–8'
from a mic pod.
Figure 1.4. Microphone pods
A. Mute Button. Press to mute or unmute all microphones in the RAV system.
B. LEDs.These two LEDs illuminate green when the microphones are not muted and
illuminate red when the microphone is muted.The LEDs flash red if the microphones are
not connected properly.
Mic pick-up range is dependent on room conditions. Background noise, reflective hard
surfaces and the number of participants may affect the pick-up range. Use the following
guidelines for best placement of your RAV mic pods and then adjust for your specific room
conditions.
RAV 900
A
Figure 1.5. Speakers
Speakers (ceiling- or wall-mount)
4'
A. Push Terminal connectors. Connect to the RAV mixer using speaker wire (wall-mount
speakers are pictured).
4'
Figure 1.6. Recommended microphone placement
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Introduction — Basic Room Design
Loudspeakers
Installation Overview
Ceiling-mount loudspeakers
Read the user manual
For best performance, ceiling
loudspeakers should be installed
directly above the microphone
pods. If you have a RAV 900 with
three mic pods, install the ceiling
loudspeakers above the first and
third mic pods. The ceiling speakers
must be set to 8 Ohms. Please
refer to the Bose user manual for
instructions.
Wall-mount loudspeakers
Introduction— Installation Overview
Ceiling Speakers
Ceiling Speakers
Please read through the RAV Quick Start Guide and print user manual to familiarize
yourself with the RAV system. Refer to the Help file in RAV-Ware for information on the
software. Read through all requirements and safety information to be sure you set up and
configure your RAV correctly.
Make sure your network is ready
Review all system requirements. Then check with your network administrator to be sure your
network meets all the RAV requirements.
Figure 1.7 Recommended ceiling-mount speaker placement
Place the left channel loudspeaker
on the left side of the room and the
right channel loudspeaker on the
right. (Refer to the label on the
back of each loudspeaker.) Make
sure the back of each loudspeaker
is parallel to the front wall.
RAV 600
Loudspeaker
Connect cables
Connect cables. If you are planning on using the RAV for web or videoconferencing, you’ll
need to connect peripheral equipment. See pages 14–22.
Install software
Install RAV-Ware and then use to adjust sound levels and to configure settings for
additional equipment such as a video codec or a recording device. See pages 26–49.
6'
6'
Begin using
Loudspeaker
Use the controller to answer and make calls. See pages 52–61.
Figure 1.8 Recommended wall-mount speaker placement
For best controller performance
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Do not install the RAV mixer in a metal cabinet unless you are using the remote antenna
accessory. Part number 910-153-050.
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Keep the mixer within line of sight of the controller, such as on the top of a credenza.
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Ensure antenna is connected to the back of the mixer and is pointed up.
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If installing the mixer in an equipment rack, make sure it is placed at or near the top of the
rack.
For best audio performance
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Use the provided cables.
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Do not move microphones while on a call.
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Speak at a normal conversation level and direct your voice toward the microphones.
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Do not place microphones next to fans, projectors or computers.
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System Requirements for RAV-Ware
Component
Requirement
Operating System and RAM
Windows 98 SE
Windows 2000
Windows XP
Processor
300 MHz Pentium III or better
Monitor
1024 x 768 SVGA (16 bit) high color
Video Card
SVGA 1024 x 768 minimum
Free Hard Disk Space
20 MB minimum
RS-232 COM port
Up to 115,200 baud rate
USB port
USB 1.1–2.0
Flash Support
Macromedia Flash Player 6.0
64 MB RAM
256 MB RAM
256 MB RAM
Note: Using a USB to serial adapter is not recommended.
Network Information
To use RAV over a local area network (LAN), you need to know if the LAN uses Dynamic
Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) or if you need a static IP address.
If the LAN uses DHCP, there is no need to make any network adjustments unless you want
to assign a static IP address.
If the LAN does not use DHCP, gather the following information prior to LAN setup:
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The IP address to be assigned to the RAV
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The subnet mask
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The IP address of the default gateway
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Connecting the RAV
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Connecting the RAV — Basic Connections
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Connecting the RAV — Basic Connections
3. Connect the second and third microphone pod using the 12' Cat. 5 cables. (Third
microphone on the RAV 900 only).
Basic Connections
Connecting the RAV should take less than one hour. Once basic connections for audio
conferencing are made, the system is ready to use.
Audio conferencing
To set up audio conferencing
1. If you are installing the mixer into a rack, remove the side panels, rotate them and then
reattach.
IN
IN
OUT
OUT
Figure 2.3. Connect additional microphones
4. Connect the speakers to the mixer.
L+
R+
L-
RSPEAKER
Figure 2.1. Attach rack ears
2. Connect first microphone pod to the mixer with the 25' Cat. 5 cable.
Figure 2.4. Connect speakers
RECORD / PLAYBACK
LINE
L
MIC POD IN
IN
L+
R+
IN
OUT
L-
R-
R
SPEAKER
Note: For best performance, speakers must be installed properly. If you are using the ceilingmount loudspeakers, you must change the setting to 8 Ohms. Refer to the instructions included in the Bose loudspeaker box.
5. Using the RJ-11 cable, connect an analog telephone jack to the Line jack on the mixer.
IN
TELEPHONE
25'/7.6m
OUT
RS-232
LINE
CAMERA
CONTROL
LAN
SET
Figure 2.2. Connect to first microphone pod
Figure 2.5. Connect telephone cable
Note: For instructions on connecting to a digital telephone line, refer to page 22.
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6. Using an RJ-11 cable (not supplied), connect an analog telephone set to the Set jack on
the mixer (optional).
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9. Attach the external antenna and turn it it is upright.
TELEPHONE
RS-232
CAMERA
CONTROL
TELEPHONE
LAN
SET
RS-232
LINE
SET
Figure 2.9. Attach external antenna
10. Insert four AAA batteries into the RF controller.
Figure 2.6. Connection to network
7. Using the 7' Cat. 5 cable, connect the mixer to the network. (Network settings can be
changed in RAV-Ware.)
RECORD / PLAYBACK
RS-232
CAMERA
CONTROL
LAN
SET
MIC POD IN
L
L
IN
OUT
R
R
IN
Batteries
Back of Controller
OUT
Figure 2.10. Insert batteries
Figure 2.7. Connection to network
8. Using the power supply cords, connect the mixer to an electrical outlet.
-
+
!
12VDC 2.5A
Figure 2.8. Connection to electrical outlet
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Connecting the RAV— Auxiliary Devices
Auxiliary Devices
To connect to a sound card
The mixer allows connection to a number of different audio and video peripherals, such as
video codecs, VCRs, cameras and computers.
2. Using an RCA cable, connect the Line Out on the RAV mixer to the line in on a sound card.
1. Using an RCA cable, connect the Line In on the RAV mixer to the line out on a sound card.
Connecting video codecs, amplifiers and sound cards
Line input/output devices such as video codecs, amplifiers and sound cards can be connected
to the Line In or Line Out connectors on the RAV mixer. These connectors provide
mono-audio.
LINE
IN
OUT
To connect to a video codec
1. Using an RCA cable, connect the Line In on the RAV mixer to the line out on a video
codec.
2. Using an RCA cable, connect the Line Out on the RAV mixer to the line in on a video
codec.
LINE
Figure 2.12. Connecting a sound card
IN
To connect to amplifier
OUT
•
Using an RCA cable, connect the Line Out on the RAV mixer to the line in on an amplifier.
LINE
IN
R
OUT
Figure 2.11. Connecting a Line In/Out device
Figure 2.13. Connecting an amplifier
Note: Use RAV-Ware to adjust the equalization and volume of these devices. Refer to pages
38–42 for more information. When using RAV-Ware, be sure to drag the amplifier to the correct device (either line out or record). This will properly assign the reference and change the
volume command on the controller to control the external amplifier volume.
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Connecting the RAV— Auxiliary Devices
Connecting VCRs and DVD players
Connecting for serial control
You can record your audio/video conference or play audio using a playback device such as a
VCR or DVD player.
You can connect a computer or a control device, such as an AMX or Crestron, to the RAV
mixer through the serial control port. See the page 78 for a list of the serial commands.
Note: You can also connect a mono-signal device or a non-record/playback device to these
line in/out connectors.
To connect a computer serial port
•
PLAYBACK / RECORD
L
L
IN
OUT
R
R
Connect computer to Control port on the back of the mixer using a 9-pin serial cable.
TELEPHONE
RS-232
CAMERA
CONTROL
LAN
MIC POD IN
SET
Figure 2.14. Connecting a Record/Playback device
Figure 2.16. Connecting a computer serially
To connect to record/playback
•
For recording, connect the Left and Right Audio Out on the RAV to the left and right audio
in on the VCR or DVD player.
•
For playback, connect the Left and Right Audio In on the RAV to the left and right out on
the VCR or DVD player.
Connecting for USB control
You can also connect a computer to the RAV through the USB port.
To connect a computer through the USB port
Connecting PTZ cameras
•
Connect computer to the USB port on the front of the mixer using a USB cable.
The RAV system provides voice-tracking capabilities through VISCA control port connection
to a Pan, Tilt, Zoom camera. Voice Tracking allows the camera to move to preset positions
based on microphone activation. For instructions on programming the presets, see page 42.
CAMERA
CONTROL
Figure 2.17. Connecting a computer through the USB
Figure 2.15. Connecting a camera
To add a camera
•
Note: The USB drivers are installed when you install RAV-Ware.
Connect the camera to the Camera Control port on the mixer.
Note: The camera video out signal connects to a video codec.
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Digital phones
If you have a digital (PBX) telephone service, you need to run an analog extension from the
PBX (recommended for best performance) or use a digital-to-analog telephone line
converter. For more information, contact ClearOne Technical Support.
Note: If you connect the RAV through a digital-to-analog line converter, you will not be able
to use the tabletop controller or the RAV-Ware dialing interface to make calls. You will instead
need to dial from the digital phone. The phone handset must be kept off hook for the
duration of the call.
Phone Jack
Electrical
Outlet
Digital, PBX,
or Multi-line phone
AC Adapter
Record/Aux
Telco Line
Control
Camera
Lan
Mic Pod
Left In
Left Out
Right In
Right Out
Left +
Right +
Left -
Right -
Power
12V DC 1A
Digital-to-Analog
Converter
RAV mixer
Handset
Figure 2.18. Connecting the RAV mixer to digital-to-analog converter
To connect to a digital phone
1. Connect one end of the telephone cable into the telephone line on the back of the mixer and
the other end into the digital-to-analog converter.
2. Connect the converter's power adapter into an electrical outlet.
3. Connect a second telephone cable from the converter to a PBX phone. Consult the
converter user manual for more information.
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RAV-Ware
Software Configuration
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RAV-Ware — Introduction
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RAV-Ware — Introduction
RAV-Ware overview
Introduction
Getting started with RAV-Ware
™
Please ensure that you have administrative privileges before attempting to install
RAV-Ware™ on computers running Windows 2000 or later. You should also review the
System Requirements on page 10 to ensure software will run correctly and that you have all
the necessary network information.
ClearOne’s RAV-Ware software provides an easy interface for configuring system settings
and customizing the audio in your RAV 600/900 conferencing system. While the RAV system
is designed to work out of the box for audio conferencing, RAV-Ware is required to adjust
audio levels and equalizer settings for the RAV components as well as the auxiliary audio
devices. Once installed, RAV-Ware allows configuration locally through USB or RS-232 connection, or remotely through the Ethernet connection.
Install RAV-Ware
Menus and Toolbar
1. Close all programs or applications running on your PC or laptop and insert the RAV-Ware
CD into the CD-ROM drive.
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If the Autorun feature is enabled on the PC, the CD will open automatically.
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If the Autorun window does not open, select Run from the Start menu.Type
<drive>:\\rav.exe where <drive> is the letter of the CD-ROM drive (e.g.,
D:\\rav.exe).
Connections
Device Toolbox
Configuration
Screen
2. Follow the on-screen instructions.
Online/Offline
Status Indicators
Figure 3.3. Installing RAV-Ware
Menus and Toolbar: Easily create, open or save files, find RAV systems on the network, add
phonebook entries, configure regional settings and view the event log.
Connections: Lists available units connected through serial or USB ports, or on the network.
Figure 3.1. Installing RAV-Ware
Device Toolbox: Lists common brands of auxiliary audio products (video codecs, sound
cards, VCRs and amplifiers). The audio settings for these devices have been optimized for use
with the RAV system.
Note:The Disk Cost button allows you to view
all available disk space.
Configuration Screen: Quickly access the configuration windows for the RAV system by
clicking the icons.
Online/Offline Indicator: Shows connection status of RAV-Ware (online/offline) and the
name of the connected unit.
Status Indicators: Status for Communications (green = online, red = offline), Telephone In
Use (red = not in use, green = in use) and Mic Mute (red = mute).
Figure 3.2. Disk Cost
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RAV-Ware connections
RAV-Ware files
When you connect to the RAV unit, RAV-Ware automatically finds all RAV units connected
serially or on the same subnetwork and lists them in the Connections pane.
You can save current RAV-Ware files, create new files, edit existing files and import files
using the menus and toolbar icons. When connected to a RAV unit, any changes made to a
RAV-Ware file are updated immediately within the RAV unit. The file must be saved to
remain permanent within the RAV-Ware file.
To connect to the RAV
1. Double-click the RAV-Ware desktop icon or select RAV-Ware from the Start
menu (Start/Programs/RAV-Ware/RAV-Ware.exe).
To save a file
1. From the File menu, select Save File.
2. Browse to the desired location and enter the name of the file.
3. Click Save.
can right-click on the configuration window and select Save
/ Tip:You
File to save your file. You can also select Save As to rename and
save the file you are working on.
To create a new file
1. Click the New File toolbar icon.
2. Select either the RAV 600 or RAV 900 depending on your
system.This will open the Configuration Screen where you can set
user preferences for your RAV system.
3. Save the file.
Figure 3.4. RAV-Ware units
2 Click the RAV icon you want to configure in the Connections pane.
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If you are connected serially or USB, the RAV configuration window appears.
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If you are connected through the network, you will be prompted to enter a user name
and password.The default user name is ClearOne and the default password is RAV.
(User name and password are not case sensitive)
Note: To connect to a RAV unit on a different subnetwork, use Network Find. See page 30.
To edit an existing file
1. Click the Edit File toolbar button.
2. Locate and select the file you want to edit.
3. Click Open.
4. Make desired changes to the file.
5. Save the file.
Note: The changes will only take effect after they have been
imported to a connected RAV system.
Connected RAV unit
Configuration Screen
To import a file
1. Connect to a RAV unit.
2. From the File menu, select Import.
3. Choose your RAV file.
4. Click Open.The RAV unit will reboot and then update with all the
file changes.
Online indicator with
RAV unit name
You can also right-click on the configuration window and select
/ Tip:
Import to import a saved RAV file.
Figure 3.5. Configuration window
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RAV-Ware — Configuring System Settings
Network Find
Configuring System Settings
Network Find allows you to connect to any RAV system on your network using its IP
address or a unique network name. Use Network Find to access RAV units not listed in the
Connections pane, but which reside on the same network.
System settings include Communication, Regional and Telephone settings.
Communication Settings
To open the Network Find
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The Communication Settings window allows you to adjust the connectivity settings of
external devices that communicate with the RAV, including the network, serial or USB
connections. You can connect a PTZ camera to the Camera port and use the Voice Tracking
feature. You can also change the RF frequency to match the frequency of your controller or
if you are experiencing interference on the current channel.
Click the Network Find icon on the toolbar.
To connect to a system on the network
1. Enter the IP address or name of the RAV system to
which you want to connect.
2. Click OK.
Figure 3.6. Network Find
3. You will see a password prompt window. Enter the
User name and Password of the networked system.
The default user name is ClearOne and the default
password is RAV.
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Click the Communications icon in the Configuration screen.
Note: When RAV is connected to a DHCP network, the network, IP,
gateway and subnetwork addresses are automatically assigned. Unless you
want to specify a static IP address, there is no need to configure network
settings.
4. Click OK.The system icon will appear in the
Connection list and the Configuration screen will
open.
Note: Once you have connected to a RAV unit using
Network Find, a shortcut connection icon for that unit
will display as long as RAV can find the unit on the
network. If RAV cannot find the unit, the shortcut icon
will be removed.
To open Communication Settings
To create a static IP address
Figure 3.7. User name/Password
Note: Contact the network administrator for
network settings.
1. In the Networking tab, create a unique network
name and enter it in the Device Name field.
(Default is ClearOne-XX where XX is the last two
digits of the MAC address.)
2. Clear the Use DHCP option and enter the IP,
Subnet and Gateway addresses.
3. Select Use DNS if you have a Domain Name
Server and want name resolution (to use a network name) for your static IP address.
Figure 3.8. Network settings
4. In the IP Filters section, enter specific IP
addresses that will be allowed to access the RAV
system.
You can specify a range of IP addresses by using
zeros. For example, entering 192.168.105.0 will
allow any IP addresses in the 192.168.105.1 to
192.168.105.254 range to access the RAV system.
Figure 3.9. Confirm changes
5. Click OK.
6. Click Yes to save your settings.
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RAV-Ware — Configuring System Settings
To change the User Name and Password
Regional Settings
1. In the Networking tab, click User/Password.
In the Regional Settings window, you can configure the date and time to ensure an accurate
time stamp on log files.
2. Specify the User name. (Default is clearone.)
3. Type the Password. (Default is rav.)
To open Regional Settings
4. Retype the password to confirm.
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5. Click OK to save changes and close the window.
Note: This option is only available when you are
connected to a RAV unit.
Figure 3.10. User name/Password
Click the Regional Settings icon in the Configuration screen.
To set date and time
1. Select Use Local Time if you want to use
the time on your local computer.
To configure the Camera port
– Or –
1. In the Serial tab, set the Baud Rate to match the
baud rate indicated in the camera specifications.
Clear the Use Local Time checkbox and
enter the IP address for the time server.
2. Select Flow Control to enable hardware flow
control.
2. Select Use Daylight Savings if your region
observes daylight savings time.
3. Click OK to save settings and close the window.
3. Select your Time Zone and click OK.
To configure the Control port
1. Set the Control Port Baud Rate to match the baud
rate of the PC COM port or the control device.
4. Click Yes to confirm changes.
Figure 3.11. Serial settings
2. Select Flow Control to enable hardware flow
control. (Flow Control is selected as default.)
Telephone Settings
3. Click OK to save settings and close the window.
Note: Flow Control is the regulation of information between two devices that are connected to
one another. ClearOne recommends enabling Flow Control on the RAV system.
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Figure 3.13. Date/Time settings
Attention: If you are connected to the RAV unit through the serial port, you will need to reboot
the unit before the baud rate and flow control changes take place. If you are connected to the
RAV unit through the USB port, changes are made instantly.
In the Telephone Settings window you can set telephone preferences such as auto-answer,
auto-disconnect, ringer melody and program the local number. You can also adjust the telco
level control, country setting and the flash settings.
To open Telephone Settings
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Click the Telephone Settings icon in the Configuration screen.
To change RF frequency channel
1. In the Frequency tab, select a frequency.
2. Click OK to save settings and close the window
Note: The channel frequency allows the mixer to
communicate with the controller. The frequency used
by RAV-Ware must match the frequency used by the
controller. See page 58 to set the controller
frequency.
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Attention: If you are using the European or South
African version of RAV Frequency 1 and Frequency
8 are the same frequency.
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Figure 3.12. Frequency settings
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To change telephone preferences
Customizing RAV Components
1. In the Preferences tab, set the system to
Auto-Answer after 2 Rings or 4 Rings or
select Disabled if you want to manually
answer calls.
Your RAV system is pre-configured for optimal audio quality right out of the box. However,
you can customize the audio and adjust the volume to match user preferences. You can also
change the mix of audio being sent to the far-end conference site and recording devices.
2. Select Auto-Disconnect if you would like
RAV to disconnect when it detects loopdrop or call progress tones.
3. Select from three available ringer melodies.
Click Ringer Test to hear selected melody.
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Microphones
Figure 3.14. Telephone preferences
Note: This option is only available when you are connected to a RAV unit.
You can adjust microphone volume and enable or disable ALC (automatic level control) in
the Microphone Settings window. Automatic Level Control automatically adjusts microphone
levels to ensure participants’ voices are transmitted at consistent levels regardless of whether
people are speaking loudly or softly.
4. Select Audible Connect if you would like one tone to sound when the RAV is taken off hook
and two tones to sound when the RAV is on hook.
To access Microphone Settings
5. Adjust ringer volume using the Ringer Level slider.
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Click the Mic Pod icon on the Configuration screen.
6. Enter the Local Number for the RAV
system.The local number displays on the third line of the RF Controller LCD.
To enable ALC
To select telephone configuration
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1. In the Configuration tab, select the Country
where the phone is being used.
2. Select the flash duration from the Flash
Setting list.This setting is dependent on
the requirements of your PBX or
telephone provider.
Warning: The country code must be set
correctly in RAV-Ware and the RF
Controller to ensure that the unit operates
properly and that it complies with the
country’s telco requirements. Changing this
code to a country other than the intended
country of operation might cause the RAV
to be non-compliant.
Click the ALC button.The indicator will turn green when
ALC is enabled and the audio level sliders will be
disabled.
To adjust audio level (volume)
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Using the slider, adjust the volume.The meter will display
output levels.
To disable Acoustic Echo Cancellation (AEC)
Figure 3.15. Telephone configuration
2. Click AEC to disable Acoustic Echo Cancellation.
Note: AEC prevents echo from reaching the far-end site.
AEC should be kept enabled for normal operation.
To disable Noise Cancellation (NC)
To adjust telephone volume
1. Click Advanced.
1. Select Receive ALC. Clearone recommends
keeping Receive ALC (automatic level
control) selected.This feature adjusts the
far-end audio to keep it at a constant level.
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Figure 3.17. Microphone settings
2. Click NC to disable noise cancellation.
Note: Noise Cancellation prevents ambient or background
noise from being sent to the far-end. ClearOne
recommends keeping NC enabled.
2. Use the sliders to adjust the level of the
telco transmit and telco receive.
Note: If you select ALC, the Telco Receive
slider is disabled.
1. Click the Advanced button.
Figure 3.16. Telephone level
Figure 3.18. Advanced settings
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Loudspeakers
Mixer Console
You can adjust your Bose loudspeaker equalization, change volume levels and enable
ClearEffect in the Loudspeaker window. Equalization in RAV-Ware is similar to the bass and
treble adjustments on a stereo. Increasing or decreasing the low, mid and high
frequencies and levels allows you to customize loudspeaker audio and provide the optimal
listening experience for your users.
The Mixer Console allows you to create audio mixes for the different outputs, adjust volume
levels and view the output meters. The audio inputs are shown along the left side of the
window and the audio outputs are along the top.
To open the Mixer Console
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Click the Mixer Console icon in the Configuration screen.
To access Loudspeaker settings
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To create a mix of audio
Click the Loudspeaker icon in the configuration screen.
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To enable ClearEffect
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Click the ClearEffect Off/On button.The
indicator will turn green when ClearEffect is
enabled.
Note: RAV-Ware does not give options
to route microphone audio to the
loudspeakers, the line input to the line
output or the telephone receive to the
telephone transmit. This prevents audio
looping.
When ClearEffect is enabled, it causes the
audio coming from the telephone line to emulate wideband audio. It does this by adding high
and low frequencies to the audio signal, creating a fuller sound.
To adjust audio levels
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To adjust equalization
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Adjust the the Low, Mid and High frequency
tones using the Equalization sliders.
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Using the slider, adjust the volume.
The meter will display output levels.
Use the sliders to adjust the audio
levels for Playback,Telephone, Line In
and the microphone pods.
Figure 3.20. Mixer Console
Note: You can also adjust levels by opening the configuration windows for each component.
Changes made to the levels on the Mixer Console window will be reflected in the configuration
windows.
To adjust audio level (volume)
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Select which audio is to be included in
each output mix. A check mark indicates the audio will be included in the
output mix.
Figure 3.19. Loudspeaker settings
Click Close to save the settings.
Effects of using an external amplifier
If you connect an external amplifier to the RAV unit on either the Line Out jack or the
Record Out jack, the mixer console options change.
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If you place an external amplifier on the Line
Output, the options to route any audio to the
loudspeakers and to route the microphones to
the Line Output are no longer available.
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If you place an external amplifier on Record,
the options to route any audio to the loudspeakers and to route the microphones to the
Record output are no longer available.
See page 19 for information on
connecting an amplifier.
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Figure 3.21. Mixer Console with external amplifier
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RAV-Ware — Configuring Auxiliary Devices
Adjusting Line Input/Output settings
Line Input and Output
The RAV mixer has jacks for Line Input and Line Output that allow you to connect different
auxiliary devices. You can configure audio levels for these devices through RAV-Ware. You
can use devices that have preconfigured audio settings from the Device Toolbox or you can
manually set the audio settings for your line in and line out devices.
If your device is not listed in the Device Toolbox you can manually customize and configure
the audio of your auxiliary devices in the Line Input and Line Output windows. Line input
and output devices include video codecs, CD players, amplifiers and sound cards.
To access line input settings
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Preconfigured video codecs, amplifiers and sound cards
The audio settings for many common auxiliary devices such as video codecs, VCRs, amplifiers
and sound cards, have been pre-configured for optimal performance with the RAV system.
Preconfigured devices are listed in the Device Toolbox and can be placed on the Line In and
Line Out icons.
Note: If you would like to add a device to the Device Toolbox, please refer to the Device Toolbox
Editor on page 49.
Open the Line Input window by clicking on
the Line Input device icon.
To adjust equalization
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Adjust the Low, Mid and High frequency
tones using the Equalization sliders.
To adjust audio level (volume)
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To select a pre-configured line-level device
Using the slider, adjust the volume.The meter
will display input levels.
Note:To save the name and setting of your line
input device, refer to the Device Toolbox Editor
on page 49.
1. Click the Device Toolbox button to display preconfigured devices.
Figure 3.23. Line Input
To access line output settings
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Open the Line Output window by clicking
on the Line Output device icon.
To adjust equalization
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Adjust the Low, Mid and High frequency
tones using the Equalization sliders.
To adjust audio level (volume)
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Figure 3.22. Line input device list
2. Click the plus sign (+) to expand the category that matches your device type.
3. Click the device name and drag it to the Configuration screen. Drop over the Line Input or
Output.The label and icon will change based on the selected device.
Using the slider, adjust the volume.The meter
will display input levels.
Note:To save the name and setting of your line
output device, refer to the Device Toolbox
Editor on page 49.
Note: Video codecs will cover both Line Input and Output. A sound card should be placed on
Line Input or on both Input and Output for web conferencing. An amplifier is Output only.
Figure 3.24. Line Output
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RAV-Ware — Configuring Auxiliary Devices
Record and Playback
Adjusting Record/Playback settings
Record and Playback devices include VCRs, DVD players and sound cards. However, the
Playback/Record jacks are line level inputs and outputs and are not restricted to these
devices. You can use devices that have preconfigured audio settings from the Device Toolbox
or you can manually set the audio settings for your VCRs or DVD players.
If your device is not listed in the Device Toolbox you can manually customize and configure
the audio of your auxiliary devices. The Record settings window is used to customize and
configure audio being sent to recording devices that are connected to the record jack on the
RAV mixer. The Playback settings window is used to customize and configure the audio from
the playback device that is connected to the Playback jack on the RAV mixer.
Preconfigured record/playback devices
To open Playback settings
The audio settings for many common record/playback devices have been preconfigured for
optimal performance with the RAV system. Preconfigured devices are listed in the Device
Toolbox and can be placed on the Record and Playback icons.
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Open the Playback configuration window by clicking
on the Playback device icon.
To adjust equalization
To select a preconfigured record/playback device
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1. Click the Device Toolbox button to display preconfigured devices.
2. Expand the category that matches the device you added.
Adjust the Low, Mid and High frequency tones using
the Equalization sliders.
To enable Stereo Mix
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Select Stereo Mix if your playback device uses stereo
inputs.
Note: While the RAV provides mono-only audio, it will
accept left and right audio from a stereo device.
However, you must select Stereo Mix to ensure proper
level adjustments are made.
To adjust audio level (volume)
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Figure 3.26. Playback
Using the slider, adjust the volume.The meter will
display input levels.
Note: To save the name and setting of your playback
device, refer to the Device Toolbox Editor on page 49.
To open Record settings
Figure 3.25. Record/Playback device list
3. Click the device and drag it to the configuration screen. Drop
over the Record or Playback icon. The label and icon will
change based on the selected device.
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To adjust equalization
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Note: You are not limited to record and playback devices
with these connectors. The Record and Playback jacks are
line input and line output jacks and can be connected to
video codecs, CD players and amplifiers.
1. Right-click on the device you want to remove.
2. Select Clear Device.
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Adjust the Low, Mid and High frequency tones using
the Equalization sliders.
To adjust audio level (volume)
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To remove a device
Open the Record configuration window by clicking on
the Record device icon.
Using the slider, adjust the volume.The meter will
display input levels.
Note: To save the name and setting of your recording
device, refer to the Device Toolbox Editor on page 49.
Figure 3.27. Record
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RAV-Ware — Dialer and Phonebook Usage
To test camera presets
Camera Controls
1. Select the camera you are testing.
The RAV system provides voice tracking capabilities through a VISCA control port
connection to a PTZ camera.
Setting camera presets
2. Click Run Preset for each mic pod to test the programming.
The camera should move to the preset position for each microphone.
Dialer and Phonebook Usage
The camera presets are programmed in RAV-Ware and assigned to each microphone pod.
When a specific microphone is activated, the PTZ camera will move to the associated preset
camera position. The RAV 900 supports three camera positions and a home position. The
RAV 600 supports two camera positions and a home position.
Note: The PTZ camera can still be controlled manually from the camera
or video codec remote control.
The RAV system includes a Phonebook that stores up to 20 names and phone numbers.
Phonebook entries may be entered through RAV-Ware or using the RF Controller.The Dialer in
RAV-Ware mimics the RF Controller and may be used to make calls, mute microphones and
adjust the loudspeaker volume. See pages 52–59 for information on using the RF Controller.
Phonebook
To open Camera Controls
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Click the Camera Controls icon in the Configuration screen.
Note: This option is only available when you are connected to a RAV unit and have a camera
connected to the VISCA port.
RAV-Ware features a Phonebook utility which stores up to 20 phone numbers. These
numbers are also assigned a speed dial number for dialing convenience through the RF
Controller. Phonebook entries are listed in alphabetical order. You can add, edit or delete
entries from the Phonebook window.
To set camera presets
To open the Phonebook
1. Select the Camera Control Mode, either Sony
or Canon.
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2. Select which camera you are programming
from the Camera list.
To add a Phonebook entry
3. Select the Camera Delay.
Camera delay is the amount of time the
microphone must be activated before the
camera moves to the preset position and
amount of time the microphone must be
inactive before returning to the home position.
ClearOne recommends setting the camera delay
to at least two seconds to prevent the camera
from changing positions at every sound.
Click the Phonebook button on the toolbar.
1. Click New Entry.
2. Enter the Name and Number.
3. Enter a Speed Dial Number.
4. Click Add Entry.
To delete a Phonebook entry
1. Select the entry you want to delete.
2. Click Remove.
Figure 3.28. Camera Controls
4. Using the directional arrow buttons and the Zoom In and Out buttons, position the camera
for the first microphone pod.
To edit a Phonebook entry
1. Select the entry you want to edit.
5. Click Save Preset under the microphone pod to assign the camera position to the mic pod.
2. Make desired changes to the entry.
6. Repeat steps for the second and third mic pod (RAV 900 only) and home position.
3. Click Change.
Figure 3.29. Phonebook Edit
7. Select the Voice Tracking System Enabled.
Note: Once you set the presets, do not switch Camera Control Mode (the camera type).This will
delete all presets.
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RAV-Ware — Phonebook and Dialer Usage
Dialer
To make a call from the phonebook
While most calls will be made using the RF controller, you can also manage all your calls
from the Dialer in RAV-Ware. You can dial a number, redial the last dialed call and
disconnect calls. You can also use flash settings, mute the microphones and adjust
loudspeaker volume.
1. Using the mouse, select the number in the phonebook.The name and number appear in the
display window.
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2. Click the ON/OFF button to dial the call.
Tip: You can also double-click the name in the phonebook.The phone will be taken off hook and
the number dialed.
To open the Dialer
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To end a call
Click the Dialer icon on the configuration window.
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Note: This option is only available when you are
connected to a RAV unit and have a telephone line
connected to the LINE jack on the mixer.
Click the ON/OFF button.
To redial
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Click the REDIAL button.The phone will automatically be taken off hook and the last
dialed number will be called.
To send a Flash signal
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The Flash key can be used for call transfer, call waiting or conference calling if your
telephone service includes these features. Refer to your local telephone service provider for
details.
To mute/unmute
1. Click the MUTE button to mute all microphones.The LED on the microphones will
illuminate red.
2. Click the MUTE button again to unmute all the microphones.The LED on the microphones
will illuminate green.
To adjust call volume
Figure 3.30. Dialer window
To make a call
1. Click the ON/OFF button.
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Use the UP and DOWN buttons to adjust the call volume to the desired level.
To return to the Configuration screen
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Click the Switch to Flow Window icon to return to the Configuration screen.
2. Dial the number as you would on a standard phone. The number appears in the display
window at the top.
Note: You can also pre-dial the number and press the ON/OFF button to connect the call.
can also dial using the 0-9, star (*) and number (#) on your keyboard. Use the comma
/ Tip:You
(,) key to enter a two second pause. The Enter key connects to and disconnects from the telephone line.
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Advanced Features
Event Log
RAV-Ware has several advanced features which allow you to perform system checks and
administrative functions.
The Event Log keeps record of a user-selectable events. You select which events you want
recorded and RAV-Ware keeps a log, allowing you to periodically review events and make
sure the system is running smoothly. You can also save the Event Log as a .txt file. Check the
Event Log when there are communication errors or for other troubleshooting.
System Checks
The System Diagnostics window allows you to check your RAV system to be sure all
components of your system are connected and working properly.
To open System Checks
•
•
Click the Event Log toolbar button.
To track events
•
Click the System Checks toolbar button.
Note: This option is only available when you are connected to a RAV unit.
Select the events you would
like to log.
To save an Event Log
To run System Checks
•
To open the Event Log
1. Click the Save button.
Click the Start button.
If you are local (in the same room as the
loudspeakers), you will hear a tone as the
RAV checks all components. When the
check is complete, lights will indicate the
status of each component. Green indicates
the component is connected and
functioning. Red indicates a problem with
the component.
2. Name the file.
3. Click Save.
The log is saved as a .txt file.
To print an Event Log
1. Click the Print button.
2. Select the printer.
Figure 3.32. Event Log
3. Click Print.
Figure 3.31. System Checks
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Function
Default
Logs when the mixer settings are defaulted.
Reboot
Logs every time the RAV system reboots.
Errors
Logs internal errors. The same errors are displayed in the Error Log.
Password
Logs failed and successful access through TCP/IP or web interface.
Telco
Logs when telco was enabled and disabled.
Dialing
Logs dialed numbers.
Call Duration
Logs how long each call lasts.
System Check
Logs when system checks are performed and the results of the checks.
Battery Life
Logs battery level as reported by the RF Controller.
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Error Messages
Device Toolbox Editor
When the RAV system encounters an error, an error icon will appear in the lower
left-corner of the screen. Review this log to troubleshoot problems.
The Device Toolbox Editor allows you to add your auxiliary devices to RAV-Ware. You can
add video codecs, sound cards, record/playback devices and amplifiers to customize your system and easily access these devices for future RAV installations.
To view error messages
•
To open the Device Toolbox Editor
Double-click the Error icon in the
lower-left corner of the RAV
window.
•
To clear error messages
•
From the Tools menu, select Edit Device List
-OrRight-click on the Device Toolbox pane and click Device Toolbox
Editor.
Click Clear.
To add a device
Note: Errors can be tracked using
the Event Log.
1. Click Add.
Figure 3.33. Error log
2. Select the Device Type from the Device Type
list.
3. Enter the Name of the Manufacturer.
Firmware upgrades
4. Enter the Model Number of the device.
Firmware upgrades are included with any updated RAV-Ware release. Once the RAV-Ware
update has been installed, you should upgrade the firmware. Firmware can be upgraded
through the network, serial or USB connection.
5. Enter the Equalization levels and the Gain
settings.
To open the RAV Firmware Loader
•
6. Click OK. The new device will appear in the
Device Toolbox Editor window and in the
Device Toolbox.
Figure 3.35. Toolbox Editor
Click the Firmware Loader toolbar button.
To edit a device
Note: This option is only available
when you are connected to a RAV
unit.
1. In the Device Toolbox Editor, select the device
you want to modify.
2. Click Edit.
To upgrade RAV firmware
3. Change any information.
1. Click File.
4. Click OK.
2. Browse RAV-Ware firmware folder
and select rav9os or rav6os
depending on your RAV unit.
You can also double-click the device in the
/ Tip:
Device Toolbox pane to edit.
3. Click Open.
To delete a device
4. Click the Update button.
The File Transfer Progress bar will
indicate when the firmware has
been uploaded.
1. In the device list, click the device you want to delete.
Figure 3.34. Firmware upgrades
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2. Click Delete.
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Using the RAV — Using the Controller
To use speed dial
Using the Controller
•
Managing Calls
Most phone specific functions, such as dialing a call or adding a phonebook entry, will be
managed from the RF controller. Phonebook and dialer actions can be done through RavWare as well. See page 43 for more information.
To answer a call
•
Press
on the RF controller to answer
the call. When there is an incoming call,
the phone rings and the LEDs on the
microphones flash.
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Note: RAV can also be set to
automatically answer calls. See page 56 to
enable Auto-Answer.
Press and hold the assigned speed dial
number on the dial pad.
To redial a phone number
•
Press
Note: REDIAL saves the last number that
was dialed from the controller. Once
REDIAL is pressed, the phone will be taken
off-hook and the number will be dialed.
.
To dial a call from the Phonebook
1. Press
on the RF Controller.
2. Scroll to the entry and press
.
To make a call
1. Press
. You will hear a dial tone.
2. Dial the number as you would on a
standard phone.The number appears on
the LCD screen.
1. Dial a phone number.
You can press
to delete the last digit
entered in the pre-dialing string.
2. Press
Conference
Product Management
Sales Team
*
Figure 4.2. Dialing from the phonebook
18005781234
To use the status key
•
Note: The controller accepts a maximum
of 44 characters. No more than 44
characters can be entered.
To pre-dial a call
Note: You can dial numbers 1-9 by
pressing and holding the assigned number.
To dial speed dial 10, press and hold 0.
Figure 4.1. LCD screen
Note: The phonebook key will delete the
entire dial string if you press it for two
seconds. Pressing and holding the pound
(#) key for two seconds will insert a pause
into the dialing string. The duration of the
pause is two seconds.
Press and hold
for two seconds to
display the status of the RAV.
If the phone is not in use (on-hook) the
LCD will display the device name, the date
and time and the local number.
If the phone is in use (off-hook), the LCD
will display the call duration, the date and
time and the dialed number.
to send the call.
ClearOne 55
10/13/04 14:33 PM
8013568518
Figure 4.3. On-hook status
11:14
10/13/04 14:33 PM
9795311468
Figure 4.4. Off-hook status
To end a call
•
Press
to disconnect the call.
To mute/unmute microphones
1. Press
to mute the microphones.The
microphone LEDS will illuminate red.
Note: RAV can also be set to
automatically disconnect calls. See page
57 to enable Auto-Disconnect.
Note:This function mutes all microphones
in the room.The microphone LEDs and the
mixer front panel LEDs light red when the
microphones are muted.
2. Press
again to unmute microphones.
The microphone LEDS will illuminate
green.
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To send a flash signal
•
Press
to use call transfer, call waiting
or conference calling.
To adjust the speaker volume
•
Press
– Or –
Press
to increase the volume.
to decrease the volume.
Note: This feature is dependent on your
PBX service or local phone service. Refer
to your PBX vendor or local telephone
service for details.
Note: If an external amplifier is dragged
to the line output or record devices in
RAV-Ware, the volume buttons will be
programmed to adjust the external
amplifier. See page 37 for more
information.
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Using the Phonebook from the RF Controller
Programming Phone Preferences
You can manage the Phonebook, adjust phone settings, such as ring melody and tone, and set
preferences, such as country codes and language, through the menu options outlined below.
You can also program these preferences in the RAV-Ware software. Refer to Chapter 3 for
more information on RAV-Ware.
Menu
Phonebook
Settings
The Phonebook stores up to 20 names and numbers. You can add, edit and delete any of the
contacts.
To add a Phonebook entry
7. Press
1. Press
to access the menu options.
2. Press
to select Phonebook.
3. Press
again to select Add.
Name
Number
Configuration
Ring Melody
Note: Press a keypad key repeatedly to
cycle through its characters.
Select Country
Edit
Ringer Volume
Select Language
Delete
Auto Answer
Select Frequency
Auto Disconnect
Flash Duration
to advance to the Save option.
8. Press
again to save the entry and
return to the Phonebook menu.
4. Type the Name using the keypad.
Add
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Save
Figure 4.7 Adding a contact
5. Press
field.
to advance to the Number
Note: Entries added to the phonebook
through the controller are assigned speed
dial number 0. This means there is no
speed dial associated with this number.You
must use RAV-Ware to edit the speed dial.
See page 43 for instructions.
6. Type the number using the keypad.
RF Radio Test
LCD Contrast
To edit a Phonebook entry
6. Press
IP Address
1. Press
to access the menu options.
2. Press
to select Phonebook.
to advance to the Save option.
7. Press
again to save the changes and
return to the Phonebook menu.
Version
Figure 4.5. Menu tree
Accessing the menu
3. Scroll to Edit and press
The main menu gives you three options: Phonebook, Settings and Configuration. An asterisk
4. Scroll to a desired name and press
*
5. Make changes to the name and number
using the keypad.
indicates your position in the menus and a down arrow
indicates that the menu
continues. Once in menu mode, use the arrow keys to navigate.
moves the cursor to the
.
.
Sales Team
8886451234
Save
Figure 4.8. Editing a contact
right.
is a backspace key.
previous screen.
is a delete key or a back key that moves you to the
saves entries and moves the cursor to the next line.
To delete a Phonebook entry
1. Press
To access the menu
•
Press
on the RF Controller to
access the RAV program menu.
to access the menu options.
2. Scroll down to Delete and press
Phonebook
Settings
Configuration
*
Figure 4.6. Main Menu
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3. Choose the entry you want to delete.
4. Press
to delete the entry and return
to the Phonebook menu.
Add
Edit
Delete
*
Figure 4.9. Deleting a contact
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Adjusting the Settings
To activate Auto Disconnect
You can activate the auto-answer setting, activate auto-disconnect, select ringer melodies
and adjust your ringer in the Settings menu.
1. Press
To select a Ring Melody
1. Press
to access the menu options.
2. Scroll to Settings and press
3. Press
Note: Once you select a melody, you will
hear it played through the speakers.
Note: When enabled, Auto Disconnect will
automatically hang up the phone once the
other end is disconnected.
to access the menu options.
2. Scroll to Settings and press
.
3. Scroll to Auto Disconnect and press
.
4. Select Enable or Disable.
.
again to select Ringer Melody.
4. Select one of the three ringer melodies.
Ringer Melody
Ringer Level
Auto Answer
*
Figure 4.10. Ringer melody
5. Press
to save the selection and return
to the Settings menu.
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*
Enable
Disable
5. Press
to save selection and return to
the Settings menu.
Figure 4.13. Auto disconnect
Configuration
The configuration menu provides options for selecting countries, languages and RF as well as
configuring the Flash setting.
To adjust the Ringer Level
To select a Country
1. Press
to access the menu options.
Ringer Level
2. Scroll to Settings and press
1. Press
to access the menu options.
.
2. Scroll to Configuration and press
3. Scroll to Ringer Level and press
4. Use
or
.
Figure 4.11. Ringer level
to adjust the volume.
3. Press
again to select Country.
To activate Auto Answer
4. Select the country where the RAV is
being used from the list of available
countries.
5. Press
to save the country selection
and return to the Configuration menu.
to access the menu options.
2. Scroll to Settings and press
3. Scroll to Auto Answer and press
USA/Canada
Europe
Australia/New Zealand
*
Figure 4.14. Select a country
Note: Ringer volume is indicated by a
horizontal bar on the LCD screen.
5. Press
to save and return to the
Settings menu.
1. Press
.
.
.
4. Select After 2 Rings or After 4 Rings.
-OrSelect Disable to deactivate the Auto
Answer function.
After 2 Rings
After 4 Rings
Disable
*
Figure 4.12. Auto answer
Note: This is assigned to the telco for the
specific country settings.
To select a Language
1. Press
3. Scroll to Language and press
5. Press
to save selection and return to
the Settings menu.
5. Press
to save the language and
return to the Configuration menu.
to access the menu options.
2. Scroll to Configuration and press
4. Select a language from the list.
Warning: The country code must be set
correctly in RAV-Ware and the RF
Controller to ensure that the unit operates
properly when connected to the telco
network and that it complies with the
country’s telco requirements. Changing
this code to a country other than the
intended country of operation might cause
the RAV to be non-compliant.
.
.
English
Spanish
French
*
Figure 4.15. Select a language
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To select a frequency
1. Press
Note: The channel frequency allows the
mixer to communicate with the controller.
The frequency in RAV-Ware must match
the RAV controller frequency. See page
32.
to access the menu options.
2. Scroll to Configuration and press
3. Scroll to Frequency and press
.
.
Frequency 1
Frequency 2
Frequency 3
4. Choose a frequency from 1–8.
5. Press
to save the frequency and
return to the Configuration menu.
To perform RF radio test
1. Press
2. Scroll to Configuration and press
to access the menu options.
3. Scroll to Flash Duration and press
!
.
1000
Save
.
4. Type the duration number from
50–1000 ms.
.
RF Radio Test
------Exit
Figure 4.18. RF Radio test
Note: The RF Controller will send out a
radio signal and display the signal strength
between the Controller and the mixer. Use
this feature to ensure the mixer and
Controller are set to the same frequency
and to verify of the signal strength. Use
the chart to determine the reliability of the
signal.
Figure 4.16. Select a frequency
To enter flash duration
2. Scroll to Configuration and press
.
4. Press
to exit and return to the
Configuration menu.
Note: If you are using the European or
South African version of RAV frequency 1
and frequency 8 are the same frequency.
1. Press
to access the menu options.
3. Scroll to RF Radio Test and press
*
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Attention: If you are having trouble with
the communication between the Controller
and the mixer, refer to the Troubleshooting
guide for tips on improving signal strength.
Signal Level
Reliability
0–4 bars
Fair
4–8 bars
Good
9–12 bars
Better
13–16 bars
Best
Figure 4.19. Signal strength reliability
To change LCD contrast
Figure 4.17. Enter flash settings
5. Press
to save the duration and return
to the Configuration menu.
1. Press
to access the menu options.
2. Scroll to Configuration and press
3. Scroll to Contract and press
.
.
4. Choose a contrast setting (0–3).
Contrast 0
Contrast 1
Contrast 2
*
Figure 4.20. Contrast
5. Press
to select the contrast and
return to the Configuration menu.
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To view the IP address
1. Press
to access the menu options.
2. Scroll to Configuration and press
3. Scroll to IP Address and press
.
.
IP Address
191.151.147.102
Exit
Note:The IP address for the RAV unit will
display on the LCD.
Figure 4.21. IP Address
4. Select Exit to return to the Configuration
window.
To check the RAV version
1. Press
to access the menu options.
2. Scroll to Configuration and press
.
3. Scroll to Version and press
.The
version of the RF Controller firmware will
display.
Version
1.0.0
Exit
Figure 4.22. Version
4. Select Exit to return to the Configuration
window.
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Overview
Dial
Accessing the web interface
You can make all your calls from the Dialer in the web interface. You can dial a number,
redial the last dialed call and disconnect calls. You can also use flash settings, mute the
microphones and adjust volume.
The RAV has a built-in web server that provides a remote access interface to your RAV system.
However, not all programming and metering functions are available.The web interface allows you
to connect to a RAV unit, run system checks, view the event log and manage calls.
To open the dialer window
•
Click the Dial button in the left channel navigation.
To use the web interface from outside your network, your firewall must be properly configured to
allow access. If you are accessing RAV from within the network, you may use the network name.
The web interface uses Port 80.
To connect to RAV through the web
interface
1. Open a web browser and enter the IP
address or Network Name of the RAV in the
address bar.
2. Enter your User Name and Password.The
default user name is ClearOne and the
default password is RAV.
Figure 5.1. Network Password
The RAV web interface opens. Navigation
buttons are shown in the left channel.
Figure 5.3. Dialer window
To make a call
1. Click the ON/OFF button to take the phone off-hook.
2. Using the number pad, dial a phone number just as you would on a standard phone.
Note: You can also pre-dial the number and press the ON/OFF button to connect the call.
Tip: You can also dial using the 0-9, star (*) and number (#) on your on your keyboard. Use
the comma (,) key to enter a two second pause.The Enter key connects to and disconnects from
the telephone line.
/
Figure 5.2. RAV-Ware management system
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To make a call from the Phonebook
Event Log
1. Click a number in the Phonebook you want to call.
The Event Log keeps record of a user-selectable events. You select the events you want
recorded in RAV-Ware. You then can download the log for review in the web interface. Check
the Event Log when there are communication errors or for other troubleshooting.
The name and number appear in the display window.
2. Click ON/OFF button to dial the call.
To end a call
To open event log
•
•
Click the ON/OFF button.
Click the Event Log button in the menu pane.
To redial
•
Click the REDIAL button.
The phone will automatically be taken off-hook and the last dialed number will be called.
To send a Flash signal
•
If your telephone service includes call transfer, call waiting or conference calling, you can
use the Flash key. Refer to your local telephone service for details.
To mute/unmute
1. Press the MUTE button to mute all microphones.
2. Press the MUTE button again to unmute all the microphones.
To adjust call volume
•
Use the UP and DOWN volume buttons to adjust the volume to the desired level.
Figure 5.4. Event log
To clear log
•
Click the Clear Log button.
To download log
•
Click the Download Log button.
Note: Right-click on the event log to save a copy to your hard drive as a .txt file.
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System Check
Log Out
The System Checks window allows you to check your RAV system to be sure all parts of your
system are connected and working properly.
•
Click the Log Out button.
To open the system checks
•
Click the System Checks button.
Figure 5.6. Log out
•
Click Yes, Log Out.
-OrNo, Go Back to return to the main screen.
Figure 5.5. System Checks
To run system checks
•
Click the Start button.
RAV checks all components. When the check is complete, lights will indicate the status of
each component. Green indicates the part is connected and functioning. Red indicates a
problem with the component.
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Appendix — Maintenance
Maintenance
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Appendix — Troubleshooting
Controller
Controller doesn't communicate with the mixer
Unplug all components before cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. Use a soft,
damp cloth to clean the microphones and controller.
If storing for an extended period of time, remove the batteries.
Troubleshooting
Audio
No dial tone
Ensure that the RJ-11 cable is connected to an analog line. Make sure the phone cable is
connected to the Line jack, not the Set jack. If you are connected to a digital line through a
telephone handset, take the handset off-hook. Run a system diagnostic check through RAVWare to be sure all RAV components are working properly.
RAV does not ring
Adjust the volume of the ringer. Check that the RJ-11 cable is connected. Verify that the
dialed phone number is correct.
The RF Controller performs best when the RAV mixer is positioned within line of sight and
with the antenna pointed up. Check the signal strength indicator in all areas of the room
where the controller will be used.The signal strength indicator is on the LCD screen and the
maximum number of bars is four.
For optimal RF connectivity, make sure the signal strength measures two or four bars in all
operating locations. You can also use the RF Radio Test function on the Controller for a
more detailed signal strength measurement. Refer to page 59 for more information.
Signal Level
Reliability
0–4 bars
Fair
4–8 bars
Good
9–12 bars
Better
13–16 bars
Best
To improve signal strength
Muffled reception
• Verify that the mixer is within line of site
Do not move the microphone pods while on a call. Move any items that might be blocking the
microphones. Move closer to the microphones.
• Install mixer in the top space of the equipment rack
• Ensure the antenna is pointed up
• Do not install the mixer in a metal cabinet
Far-end party cannot hear
Check the connections of all audio inputs. Check the Audio Mixer in RAV-Ware to make sure
the correct audio paths are selected. Adjust the volume of the audio outputs.
You can also purchase a remote mount antenna to improve the signal strength when the
mixer is located in a different room or in an enclosed metal cabinet.
Part number: 910-153-050
Short silences, echoes or clipped speech on the far end
Be sure the frequency setting on the controller is the same as the frequency setting in RAVWare.
Adjust the equalization in RAV-Ware for each component.
Adjust the volume. Watch the meters. Make sure the loudest audio causes the meters to just
enter the yellow zone.
Be sure equipment is placed correctly for the best sound performance. Refer to Chapter 1 for
basic room design guidelines.
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Cannot assign a speed dial number
Any phone numbers entered using the Controller are automatically assigned to speed dial
location 0. Access RAV-Ware to assign speed dial numbers.
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Speakers
Neither speakers play
Check that the wires are properly connected. Check the audio mixer in RAV-Ware to ensure
the audio is routed to the loudspeakers.
Bass and treble are weak
Check the equalization for the loudspeakers in RAV-Ware.
Only one speaker plays
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Appendix— Pinouts
Pinouts
Camera pinouts
8-Pin Mini DIN connector
Pin Number
Control
Pin Number
Control
1
2
3
4
RTS
CTS
TXD
GND
5
6
7
8
RXD
TXD
not used
not used
Check the equalization for the loudspeakers in RAV-Ware. Check the wires connected to the
speaker that does not play. Be sure the wires are in good condition and are firmly connected.
8 Pin Mini DIN
One speaker still does not play
Disconnect the wires from both the speaker and the mixer. Disconnect the other wire from its
speaker and connect that end of the wire to the speaker that doesn't play. If the speaker still
doesn't play, the problem is in the speaker. If the speaker now plays, continue checking for
the source of the problem. Disconnect the same wire from the mixer. Connect it to another
output. If the speaker plays, the problem is the original wire that was connected to that
speaker.
8 Pin Mini DIN
Pin 1 RTS
Pin 2 CTS
Pin 2 CTS
Pin 1 RTS
Pin 3 TXD
Pin 5 RXD
Pin 4 GND
Pin 4 GND
Pin 5 RXD
Pin 3 TXD
Pin 6 TXD not used
Pin 6 GND not used
Pin 7 Not used
Pin 7 Not used
Pin 8 Not used
Pin 8 Not used
General
Physical damage to RAV
All repairs must be done by a ClearOne technician. Call ClearOne technical support for more
information.
DB-9 connector
Pin Number
Control
Pin Number
Control
1
2
3
4
CD
RXD
TXD
DTR
6
7
8
9
DSR
RTS
CTS
RI
DB-9
8 Pin Mini DIN
Pin 1 CD
Pin 2 CTS
Pin 2 RXD
Pin 3 TXD
Pin 3 TXD
Pin 5 RXD
Pin 4 DTR
Pin 5 GND
Pin 4 GND
Pin 6 DSR
Pin 7 RTS
Pin 2 CTS
Pin 8 CTS
Pin 1 RTS
Pin 9 RI
Pin 6 GND Not used
Pin 7 Not used
Pin 8 Not used
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Appendix — Specifications
Loudspeaker
Specifications
Dimensions
Dynamic Range: > 65dB
Mixer (WxDxH)
Line Input
17" x 7.5" x 2"
(43.2 cm x 19.1 cm x 5.1 cm)
Connection: Unbalanced RCA
Gain: -10 dBu nominal, adjustable from -14 dB
to +18 dB
Nominal Level: -10 dBu
Maximum Level: +9 dBu
Impedance: > 10 kOhm
RF Controller (WxDxH)
10.5" x 4.5" x 2.75"
Microphone Pod
Diameter 7" (17.8 cm)
Height 1.5" (3.8 cm)
Weight
Mixer 4.5 lb (2.04 kg)
RF Controller 2.0 lb (.91 kg)
Microphone Pod 1.1 lb (.5 kg)
Environmental
Operating Temperature:
32º to 122º F
0º to 50º C
Power Supply
Primary Voltage: 100 to 240 VAC Auto sensing
50-60 Hz
Audio Performance
Conditions: Unless otherwise specified, all
measurements are performed with a
22 Hz to 15 kHz BW limit (no weighting)
Microphone Pod
Coverage: 360 degrees
Connection: RJ-45 with Cat. 5,
Link In/Out Ports
Max Distance from Base Mixer:
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Line Output
Connection: Unbalanced RCA
Nominal Level: -10 dBu, adjustable from -14 dB
to +18 dB
Maximum Level: +9 dBu
Frequency Response: 40 Hz - 15 kHz (+/-1dB)
Dynamic Range: > 80 dB
THD+N: < 0.02% (+6 dBu input @1 kHz)
Playback/Record Input
Connection: Unbalanced RCA
Gain: -10 dBu nominal, adjustable from -14 dB
to +18 dB
Nominal Level: -10 dBu
Maximum Level: +9 dBu
Impedance: > 10 kOhm
Playback/Record Output
Connection: Unbalanced RCA
Nominal Level: -10 dBu, adjustable from -14 dB
to +18 dB
Maximum Level: +9 dBu
Frequency Response: 40 Hz - 15 kHz (+/-1dB)
Dynamic Range: > 80 dB
THD+N: < 0.02% (+6 dBu input @1 kHz)
50' (RAV 900), 75' (RAV 600)
Frequency Response: 60 Hz - 14 kHz (+/-1dB)
THD+N: < 0.08% (-45dBu input @ 1 kHz)
Sensitivity: -45 dBu
Input Level: -6 dBu for 1 kHz 94 dBSPL
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Power: 10 Watts into 8 Ohm load
Impedance: 8 Ohm
Frequency Response: 60 Hz - 15 kHz (+/-1 dB)
Dynamic Range: > 80 dB
THD+N: < 0.5% (+5 dBu line input @1 kHz)
Output Level: 90 dBSPL output @ 1 meter
Mixer
AEC tail time: 128 ms
Adaptive noise cancellation: (6 - 18 dB)
Gating: Adaptive ambient, 1st mic priority, look
ahead gating, NOM attenuation
Telephone Interface
Conditions: All measurements taken with
ALC disabled
Connection: RJ-11 (Set and Line Jacks)
Tail Time: 30 ms
Frequency Response: 250 Hz to 3.3 kHz (+/-1
dB)
THD+N: < 0.2% (+7 dBu line input @1 kHz)
Dynamic Range: > 60 dB
Communication I/O
10/100 Ethernet Control Port:
RJ-45 with LED indicators for link, duplex and
activity status.
RS-232 Control Port:
DB9 female
9,600/19,200/38,400/57,600
(default)/115,200
Baud rate: 8 bits, 1 stop, no parity
Hardware flow control on (default)/off
VISCA Camera Port
DIN, 9600 baud, No Flow Control
USB 1.1 Configuration Port
Slave Port
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Serial Commands
The RAV 600 and RAV 900 accept serial commands through the telnet, RS-232 serial port
or USB. The commands in this manual pertain only to the RAV 600 and RAV 900. RS-232
serial port protocol is 9,600, 19,200, 38,400, 57,600 (default) or 115,200 baud; 8 bits, 1
stop bit, no parity.
Groups and channels
The following tables define the relationship between alpha and numeric representations. Text
commands use the alpha designation, and binary commands use the numeric. In addition, different groups have different allowable channel ranges.
Group
Conventions
4,7,9
BAUD
DEVICE
Description
Parameters enclosed in < > indicate a mandatory parameter.
Parameters enclosed in [ ] indicate an optional parameter.
Parameters separated by a hyphen (-) indicate a range between the
values.
Parameters separated by a comma (,) indicate a list of available values.
Words in uppercase bold indicate command text.
Indicates the device type and device ID.
Alpha
Unknown
The following typographic conventions are used in this document to describe the different
serial commands. Use the Command structure section and the examples as a guide when
creating your serial commands.
Convention
<X>
[X]
1-8
Number
RAV 900
Channel Range
RAV 600
Channel Range
0
N/A
N/A
Outputs
O
2
1–3
1 is Record Out
2 is Line Out
3 is Speaker Out
1–3
1 is Record Out
2 is Line Out
3 is Speaker Out
Microphone Pod
M
3
1–3
1–3
Line Inputs
L
7
1–2
1 is Playback In
2 is Line In
1–2
1 is Playback In
2 is Line In
Unit
U
9
0 for Unit Values
1 for Log
0
Matrix
X
11
0
0
S
13
Phonebook
0
N
15
2 for HTML skin
3 for Firmware
4 for Directory
5 for Firmware Data
1
Transmit
T
16
1
1
Receive
R
17
1
1
Local Camera
V
19
Sony Mode: 1–7
Canon Mode: 1–9
Sony Mode: 1–7
Canon Mode: 1–9
Command structure
Commands can be either UPPERCASE or lowercase. Also, extra spaces or tabs between
arguments in text commands are allowed. Return values are always uppercase. In order for a
command to be recognized by the serial port, the command must be terminated by a carriage return.
The structure of serial commands is as follows: #TYPE DEVICE COMMAND [X] [X]
#
indicates the start of a command line
DEVICE
represents the device type and device number
COMMAND
is the command text
[X] [X]
represents any additional options in the order that they appear in the
command descriptions that follow
*
placed in the Type ID or Device ID fields, the command applies to all
units or all devices respectively.
Example
A command to disable automatic gain control for Mic 2 on a RAV 600 device “0” will have
the command line: #50 AGC 2 M 0. In this command line, 5=RAV 600, 0=unit 0,
AGC=command, 2=channel, M=Mic Input group, 0=off state. If a command calls for a
“null” value, leave a blank in the command line. For example, “#50 AGC 2 M” will return
the current AGC state of Mic 2 on device 50.
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Type and device IDs
Type ID
Unit type
Device ID range
0x8
0x9
RAV 900
RAV 600
0x0
0x0
Command responses will have a carriage return line feed.
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RAV serial commands
Alpha
Numeric
Level position
for Mic Pods
Level position
for Line Inputs
Level position
for Outputs
Level position
for Telco Transmits
Level position
for Telco Receives
A
2
Maximum level
of the three
microphones on the
pod after processing
Level after PEQ
and gain
Level after PEQ
and gain
Level after gain
Level after gain
adjustment
R
5
Echo Return Loss
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
E
6
Echo Return Loss
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
T
7
ERL + ERLE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Serial command error codes
Error number
Text message
Explanation/Solution
1
Memory error
The box is out of internal memory.
Power cycle the box.
2
No command found
A command was not found in the string.
3
Unknown command
A command was executed on a different
device type that this box response can
not display. The command dictionary
needs to be updated.
4
Not implemented
The command is not implemented.
5
Argument error
The command had an argument that was
out of range.
6
Unknown command
The command is unknown to this unit.
7
Bad checksum
The binary command’s checksum is
wrong.
8
Camera not responding
A preset or macro failed to program
because it is too large or because its
command list contained an invalid
command.
11
Command too big
The binary command is too large.
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Command
Function
AA
AARINGS
ACONN
AD
AEC
AECREF
AGC
BATTERYLVL
BAUD
CALLDUR
CAMBAUD
CAMCTRLMODE
CAMFLOW
CAMMOVE
CAMPRESET
CAMPRESETSET
CAMPRESETSET2
CAMPOSITION
CAMSWITCHLAG
CAMTRACK
CAMZOOM
CLEAREFFECT
CLOCK
COUNTRY
DEFAULT
DEVICE
DEVICETYPE
Selects/reports setting of auto answer
Selects/reports setting of the number of rings to auto answer
Selects/reports status of audible connect/disconnect indication
Selects/reports setting of auto disconnect
Selects/reports acoustic echo canceller setting
Enables/disables or reports current status of AEC reference
Selects/reports AGC
Reports battery level on remote
Selects/reports the baud rate of the serial port
Indicates how long a call has lasted
Selects/reports baud rate of camera control port
Sets/reports camera control port mode
Selects/reports flow control of camera control port
Sends command to move the camera on the camera control port
Executes camera preset
Sets current position of camera as preset
Sets/reports current camera preset
Sets/reports current position of camera on the camera control port
Set the switch time lag for voice tracking
Selects/reports camera voice-tracking mode
Sets/reports current zoom of camera on the camera control port
Enables/disables or reports current status of clear effect
Sets/reports current time
Sets/reports country for compliance
Sets the unit to default
Selects/reports manufacturer identification label
Enables /disables or reports the current type of device connected to
an input or output
Dials DTMF sequence or reports last sequence dialed
Selects/reports device ID
Selects/reports IP address of the Ethernet port
Selects/reports use of DHCP of the Ethernet port
Selects/reports DNS server IP address of the Ethernet port
Selects/reports use of the DNS of the Ethernet port
Selects/reports default gateway of the Ethernet port
Selects/reports subnet mask of the Ethernet port
Enables/disables or reports current status of equalization
Enables/disables or reports current status of equalization
Selects/reports the flow control of the serial port
Changes/reports gain for a channel
Reports gate status of microphones
Selects/reports gate status report frequency
Sends a hook flash
Selects/reports hook flash duration
DIAL
DID
ENETADDR
ENETDHCP
ENETDNSA
ENETDNX
ENETGATE
ENETSUBN
EQ
EQSEL
FLOW
GAIN
GATE
GREPORT
HOOK
HOOKD
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Command
Function
AA - Auto Answer Enable/ Disable
LABEL
LOCALNUM
LVL
LVLREPORT
LVLREPORTEN
MANUFACTURER
MICCAMPRESET
MTRX
MUTE
NCSEL
PBDIAL
PHONEBOOKADD
PHONEBOOKCNT
PHONEBOOKDEL
PHONEBOOKREAD
REDIAL
RESET
RFFREQ
RING
RINGERLVL
RINGERSEL
RINGERTEST
SILENCEPRST
SPEEDDIAL
STEREOMIX
SYSCHECKS
TE
TELCOLVLCTRL
UID
VER
VOLUME
Selects/reports label of specified channel or unit
Sets/reports current value of local number
Reports in, out or processor level
Selects/reports level status
Enables/disables level reporting
Selects/reports manufacturer identification label
Associate a microphone with a camera preset
Selects/reports matrix routing of an in to out
Sets/reports mute status
Enables/disables or reports current status of noise cancellation
Dials speed dial number by name
Saves entry in the phonebook
Queries number of entries in phonebook
Deletes an entry in the phonebook
Queries an entry in the phonebook
Redials last number called
Resets the unit
Sets/reports frequency for RF link to remote
Indicates a ringing line
Selects/reports audible ring level
Sends/reports audible ring melody
Plays current audible ringer melody
Associates camera preset with silence for voice tracking
Dials speed dial number by speed dial number
Enables/disables or reports stereo mix status
Initiates system checks
Selects/reports hook status
Selects/reports setting of Telco TX level control
Reports unit ID (read only)
Reports unit version (read only)
Changes/reports the gain for the output channel
This command selects/reports the setting of auto answer.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Channel
Group
Value
Type
Channel
Group
Unsigned Integer
Size
1
1
2
Values
See Group and Channels
17 (R)
0 = Off
1 = On
2 = Toggle
(Null to query in text)
Units
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
28
1
<Channel><Group><Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE AA <Channel> [Value]
AARINGS - Number of Rings to Auto Answer On
This command selects/reports the setting of the number of rings to auto answer.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Channel
Group
Value
Type
Channel
Group
Unsigned Integer
Size
1
1
2
Values
See Group and Channels
17 (R)
2 or 4
(Null to query in text)
Units
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
31
1
<Channel><Group><Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
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ACONN - Audible Connect / Disconnect Indication
AEC - Acoustic Echo Canceller enable/ disable
This command selects/reports the status of the audible connect/disconnect indication.
This command selects/reports the setting of Acoustic Echo Canceller.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Channel
Group
Value
Type
Channel
Group
Unsigned Integer
Size
1
1
2
Values
See Group and Channels
17 (R)
0 = Off
1 = On
2 = Toggle
(Null to query in text)
Units
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
96
1
<Channel><Group><Value>
Size
1
1
2
Values
Units
See Group And Channels
3 (M)
0 = Off
1 = On
2 = Toggle(Null to query in text)
27
1
<Channel><Group><Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
Type
Channel
Group
Unsigned Integer
BINARY FORM DETAILS
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
Name
Channel
Group
Value
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE AEC <Channel> [Value]
DEVICE ACONN <Channel> [Value]
AECREF - Acoustic Echo Cancellation Reference
AD - Auto Disconnect Enable/ Disable
This command enables/disables or reports the current status of the AEC reference.
This command selects/reports the setting of auto disconnect.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Channel
Group
Value
Type
Channel
Group
Unsigned Integer
Size
1
1
2
Values
See Group and Channels
17 (R)
0 = Off
1 = Loop Drop
2 = Call Progress
3 = Loop Drop + Call Progress
(Null to query in text)
29
1
<Channel><Group><Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
Name
Value
Type
Unsigned Integer
Size
4
Values
1-3
(Null to query in text)
Units
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
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1
<Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
Units
DEVICE AECREF [Value]
AGC - Automatic Gain Control
This command selects/reports the setting of automatic gain control.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
DEVICE AD <Channel> [Value]
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Name
Channel
Group
Value
Type
Channel
Group
Unsigned Integer
Size
1
1
2
Values
See Group And Channels
3 (M)
0 = Off
1 = On
2 = Toggle
(Null to query in text)
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
1
1
<Channel><Group><Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE AGC <Channel> <Group> [Value]
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BATTERYLVL - Battery Level
CALLDUR - Call Duration
This command reports the battery level on the remote. If the batteries run low, this command will
automatically be sent out reporting the low indication.
This command indicates how long a call has lasted. If no call is in session, this will report 0. At the
time of call termination, this command will automatically be sent out reporting the duration.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Value
Type
Unsigned Integer
Size
4
Values
0 = battery level unavailable
1 = Lowest
2
3
4
5 = Highest
(Null to query in text.)
Units
65
1
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE BATTERYLVL [Value]
Units
63
3
<Channel><Group><Reserved><Duration>
DEVICE CALLDUR <Channel> <Duration>
CAMBAUD - Camera Control Baud Rate
This command selects/reports the baud rate of the camera control serial port.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
This command selects/reports the baud rate of the serial port.
Name
Value
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Type
Unsigned Integer
Values
See Group And Channels
17 (R)
0
String of format
HR:MN:SS
TEXT FORM DETAILS
BAUD - Baud Rate
Name
Value
String
Size
1
1
2
8
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM
Type
Channel
Group
BINARY FORM DETAILS
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM: <Value>
Name
Channel
Group
Reserved
Duration
Size
4
Values
9600, 19200, 38400,
57600,115200
(Null to query in text)
Type
Unsigned Integer
Size
4
Units
Values
2400, 9600, 19200, 38400
(Null to query in text)
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
60
1
<Value>
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
2
1
<Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE BAUD [Value]
CAMCTRLMODE - Camera Control Port Mode
Attention: If you are connected to the RAV unit through the serial port, you will need to reboot
the unit before the baud rate and flow control changes take place. If you are connected to the
RAV unit through the USB port, changes are made instantly.
Units
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE CAMBAUD [Value]
This command sets/reports the camera control port mode.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Value
Type
Unsigned Integer
Size
4
Values
0 = Sony
1 = Canon
(Null to Query in Text)
Units
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
50
1
<Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
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CAMFLOW - Camera Control Flow Control
CAMPRESET - Camera Preset
This command selects/reports the flow control of the camera control serial port on the unit.
Hardware flow control is implemented using DTR and DSR.
Executes a camera preset.There is no query for this command.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Value
Name
Value
Type
Unsigned Integer
Size
4
Values
Units
0 = Off
1 = On
2 = Toggle
(Null to query in text)
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
Type
Unsigned Integer
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
COMMAND FORM:
Units
51
1
<Value>
DEVICE CAMPRESET [Value]
CAMPRESETSET - Camera Preset Setup
DEVICE CAMFLOW [Value]
This command sets the current position of a camera as a camera preset.There is no query for this
command.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
This command sends commands to move the camera on the camera control port.There is no query
for this command.
Name
Preset
Channel
Group
Label
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Type
Channel
Group
Unsigned Integer
Values
1 - 10
BINARY FORM DETAILS
CAMMOVE - Move the Camera
Name
Channel
Group
Value
Size
4
TEXT FORM DETAILS
61
1
<Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Size
1
1
2
Values
Units
See Group And Channels
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0 = Stop
1 = Pan Right
2 = Pan Left
3 = Tilt Up
4 = Tilt Down
5 = Zoom In
6 = Zoom Out
Type
Unsigned Integer
Channel
Group
String
Size
2
1
1
16
Values
1 - 10
See Group and Channels
19 (V)
Units
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
52
5
<Preset><Channel><Group><Label>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE CAMPRESETSET <Preset Channel Group Label>
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
49
1
<Channel><Group><Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE CAMMOVE <Channel Group> [Value]
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CAMPRESETSET2 - Camera Preset Setup 2
CAMSWITCHLAG - Camera Switch Time Lag
This command sets or reports the current camera preset.
This command set the switch time lag for voice tracking.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Preset
Channel
Group
Pan Angle
Type
Unsigned Integer
Channel
Group
Signed Float
Size
2
1
1
2
Tilt Angle
Signed Float
2
Zoom Angle
Signed Float
4
Label
String
16
Values
1 - 10
See Group and Channels
19 (V)
If Sony, -100 to 100.
If Canon, -100 to 100.
(NULL to Query in Text)
If Sony, -25 to 25.
If Canon, -30 to 90.
If Sony, 6.6 to 65.
If Canon, 3 to 47.5.
Units
Type
Unsigned Float
Size
4
Values
0.00 - 5.00
Units
S
BINARY FORM DETAILS
Degrees
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
Degrees
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
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<Value>
DEVICE CAMSWITCHLAG [Value]
Degrees
CAMTRACK - Camera Track
This command selects/reports the camera voice tracking mode.
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
Name
Value
ARGUMENT DETAILS
56
7
<Preset><Channel><Group><Pan><Tilt><Zoom><Label>
Name
Value
Type
Unsigned Integer
Size
4
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM: DEVICE CAMPRESETSET2 <Preset>[Channel Group Pan Tilt Zoom Label]
Values
0 = Off
1 = On
2 = Toggle
(Null to query in text)
Units
BINARY FORM DETAILS
CAMPOSITION - Camera Position
This command sets or reports the current position of the camera on the camera control port.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Channel
Group
Pan Angle
Type
Channel
Group
Signed Float
Tilt Angle Signed Float
Size
1
1
2
4
Values
See Group and Channels
19 (V)
If Sony, -100 to 100.
If Canon, -100 to 100.
(NULL to Query in Text)
If Sony, -25 to 25.
If Canon, -30 to 30.
Units
Degrees
Degrees
53
2
<Channel><Group><Pan Angle><Tilt Angle>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
57
1
<Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE CAMTRACK [Value]
CAMZOOM - Camera Zoom
This command sets or reports the current Zoom of the camera on the camera control port.
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Channel
Group
Zoom Angle
Type
Channel
Group
Signed Float
Size
1
1
2
Values
See Group and Channels
19 (V)
If Sony, 6.6 to 65.
If Canon, 3 to 47.5.
(NULL to Query in Text).
Units
Degrees
BINARY FORM DETAILS
DEVICE CAMPOSITON <Channel Group> [Pan Tilt]
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
54
1
<Channel><Group><Zoom Angle>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
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CLEAREFFECT - Clear Effect Wide Band Telco Emulation
COUNTRY - Country Selection
This command enables/disables or reports the current status of the clear effect.
This command sets/reports the country for compliance.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Channel
Group
Value
Type
Channel
Group
Unsigned Integer
Size
1
1
2
Values
Units
See Group and Channels
17 (T)
0 = Off
1 = On
2 = Toggle
(Null to query in text)
Name
Value
Type
Unsigned Integer
Size
4
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
66
1
<Channel><Group><Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE CLEAREFFECT <Channel> [Value]
BINARY FORM DETAILS
This command sets or reports the current time.
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
ARGUMENT DETAILS
TEXT FORM DETAILS
CLOCK - Clock Set
Name
Date
Month
Year
Type
Unsigned Integer
Unsigned Integer
Unsigned Integer
Size
1
1
2
Hours
Minutes
Seconds
Day of Week
Unsigned Integer
Unsigned Integer
Unsigned Integer
Unsigned Integer
1
1
1
1
Values
Units
1 - 31
1 - 12
2000 - 2099
(NULL to Query in Text)
00 - 23
00 - 59
00 - 59
1 = Sunday
2 = Monday
3 = Tuesday
4 = Wednesday
5 = Thursday
6 = Friday
7 = Saturday
COMMAND FORM:
40
1
<Value>
DEVICE COUNTRY [Value]
DEFAULT - Default The Unit
Sets the unit to factory defaults.There is no query for this command.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
None
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
17
1
<0>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE DEFAULT
Attention: The unit will need to be rebooted after sending the DEFAULT command.
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
Values
Units
1 = US / Canada
2 = Europe
3 = Mexico
4 = Australia / New Zealand
5 = South Africa
6 = Japan
7 = Brazil
8 = South Korea
9 = China
10 = Singapore
11 = Taiwan
(Null to query in text)
64
2
<Date><Month><Year><Hours><Minutes><Seconds><Day>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM: DEVICE CLOCK [Date Month Year Hours Minutes Seconds Day]
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DEVICE - Device Identification Label
DIAL - DTMF Dialing
This selects/reports the manufacturer identification label of the specific channel.
This command dials a DTMF sequence or reports back the last sequence dialed.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Channel
Group
Reserved
Label
Type
Channel
Group
Unsigned Integer
String
Size
1
1
2
32
Values
Units
See Group and Channels
2, 3, 7(O, M, L)
0
1 - 32 characters
CLEAR = clear the label
(Null to query in text)
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
82
9
<Channel><Group><Reserved><Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE DEVICE <Channel> <Group> [Value]
Name
Channel
Group
Reserved
Number
Type
Channel
Group
String
Size
1
1
2
44
Values
See Group and Channels
17 (R)
0
1 - 44 Chars of '0' - '9', 'A' - 'D', '*', '#', ','
(Null to query last number dialed in text)
Note: A "1" equals a two second pause.
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
30
12
<Channel><Group><Number>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICETYPE - Sets the Type of Device connected to an Input or
Output
DID - Device ID
This command enables / disables or reports the current type of device connected to an input
or output.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
DEVICE DIAL <Channel> [Number]
This command reports the device ID.This command is read-only.
Name
Value
Type
Unsigned Integer
Size
4
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Channel
Group
Value
Type
Channel
Group
Unsigned Integer
Size
1
1
2
Values
Units
See Group and Channels
2, 7 (O, L)
0 = 1 = 2 = 3 = 4 = (NULL to query in text)
Units
Values
Units
See Type and Device IDs
(Null sent in text, Value returned)
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
3
1
<Value>
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
85
1
<Channel><Group><Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE DEVICETYPE <Channel> <Group> [Value]
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ENETADDR - Ethernet port IP address
ENETDNX - Ethernet DNS Selection
This command selects/reports the IP address of the Ethernet port on the unit.
This command selects/reports the use of DNS of the Ethernet port on the unit.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Value
Type
IP Address
Size
4
Values
(Null to query in text)
Units
Name
Value
Type
Unsigned Integer
Size
4
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
21
DEVICE DID [Value]
BINARY FORM DETAILS
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
1
<Value>
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
COMMAND FORM:
This command selects/reports the use of DHCP of the Ethernet port on the unit.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Type
Unsigned Integer
Size
4
Values
0 = On
1 = Off
2 = Toggle
(Null to query in text)
Units
26
1
<Value>
DEVICE ENETDNS [Value]
ENETGATE - Ethernet default Gateway address
This command selects/reports the default gateway of the Ethernet port on the unit.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Value
Type
IP Address
Size
4
Values
(Null to query in text)
Units
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
Units
TEXT FORM DETAILS
DEVICE ENETADDR [Value]
ENETDHCP - Ethernet DHCP Selection
Name
Value
Values
0 = On
1 = Off
2 = Toggle
(Null to query in text)
23
1
<Value>
25
1
<Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
DEVICE ENETDHCP [Value]
ENETSUBN - Ethernet subnet mask
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE ENETGATE [Value]
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
This command selects/reports the Subnet mask of the Ethernet port on the unit.
ENETDNSA - Ethernet DNS Server addresses
ARGUMENT DETAILS
This command selects/reports the DNS servers IP addresses of the Ethernet port on the unit.
Name
Value
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Value
Type
IP Address
Size
4
Values
(Null to query in text)
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
24
1
<Value>
Units
Type
IP Address
Size
4
Values
(Null to query in text)
Units
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
22
1
<Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE ENETSUBN [Value]
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE ENETDNSA [Value]
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EQ - Equalization
FLOW - Flow Control
This command enables/disables or reports the current status of the equalization on the input or output.
This command selects/reports the flow control of the serial port on the unit. Hardware flow control is
implemented using DTR and DSR.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Channel
Group
High Gain
Type
Channel
Group
Signed Float
Size
1
1
2
Mid Gain
Low Gain
Signed Float
Signed Float
2
2
Values
See Group and Channels
2, 7 (O, L)
-12.00 - 12.00
(Null to query in text)
-12.00 - 12.00
-12.00 - 12.00
Units
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
Values
See Group and Channels
2, 7 (O, L)
0 = Off
1 = On
2 = Toggle
(NULL to query in text)
Units
BINARY FORM DETAILS
74
1
<Channel><Group><Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
Units
4
1
<Value>
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE FLOW [Value]
This command changes or reports back the gain for a channel.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
GAIN - Gain Adjustment
Size
1
1
2
Values
0 = Off
1 = On
2 = Toggle
(Null to query in text)
BINARY FORM DETAILS
DEVICE EQ <Channel> <Group> [High Mid Low]
This command enables/disables or reports the current status of the equalization on the input or output.
Type
Channel
Group
Unsigned Integer
Size
4
TEXT FORM DETAILS
EQSEL - Equalization Enable
Name
Channel
Group
Value
Type
Unsigned Integer
67
2
<Channel><Group><High Gain><Mid Gain><Low Gain>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
Name
Value
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Type
Channel Channel
Group
Group
Value
Signed Float
Absol / Rel
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
Size
1
1
2
0
Values
See Group and Channels
2, 3, 7, 16, 17 (O, M, L,T, R)
-99.90 - 99.90 **(Null to query in text)
A = Absolute R = Relative Null = Relative
DEVICE GAIN <Channel> <Group> [Value] [Absol/Rel]
Note: Values indicate entry range only. Actual internal range of the gain stage is from -14 to
18. Absolute values will be limited to the internal gain range.
This command reports the gate status of mics.This command is read-only.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Value
Type
Hexadecimal
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
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5
1
<Channel><Group><Value>
GATE - Gate Status
DEVICE EQSEL <Channel> <Group> [Value]
Units
Size
4
Values
Units
Bits 0 - 8 represent
gate status on Mics 1 - 9
(Null sent in text, Value returned)
Mic 1 = LSB, Mic 2 =MSB
6
1
<Value>
DEVICE GATE [Value]
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GREPORT - Gate Report
LABEL - Label
This command selects/reports the mode of gate status reporting.
This selects/reports the label of the specific channel or the unit.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Value
Type
Unsigned Integer
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Size
4
Values
0 = Off
1 = On
2 = Toggle
(Null to query in text)
Units
Name
Channel
Group
Reserved
Label
Type
Channel
Group
Unsigned Integer
String
Size
1
1
2
32
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
7
1
<Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE GREPORT [Value]
HOOK - Hook Flash
Values
Units
See Group and Channels
2, 3, 7, 9, 16, 17 (O, M, L, U,T, R)
0
For group U, 1 - 11 characters
All other, 1 - 32 characters
If not group U, CLEAR = clear the label
(Null to query in text)
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
8
9
<Channel><Group><Reserved><Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE LABEL <Channel> <Group> [Value]
This command sends a hook flash. There is no query for this command.
LOCALNUM - Local Number
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Type
Channel Channel
Group
Group
Reserved
Size
1
1
2
Values
See Group and Channels
17 (R)
0
This command sets or reports back the current value of the local number.
Units
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Channel
Group
Reserved
Number
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
32
1
<Channel><Group><Reserved>
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
DEVICE HOOK <Channel>
HOOKD - Hook Flash Duration
COMMAND FORM:
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Type
Channel
Group
Unsigned Integer
Values
Units
See Group and Channels
17 (R)
0
1 - 16 Chars of '0' - '9', 'A' - 'D', '*', '#', ','
(Null to query in text)
Size
1
1
2
Values
See Group and Channels
17 (R)
50 - 1000
(Null to query in text)
59
5
<Channel><Group><Number>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
This command selects/reports the hook flash duration.
Name
Channel
Group
Value
String
Size
1
1
2
16
BINARY FORM DETAILS
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
Type
Channel
Group
DEVICE LOCALNUM <Channel> [Number]
Units
Ms
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
33
1
<Channel><Group><Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE HOOKD <Channel> [Value]
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LVL - Level
LVLREPORTEN - Level Report Enable
This command reports the level of a channel.This command is read-only.
Enables level reporting for the unit.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Channel
Group
Position
Value
Type
Channel
Group
Meter Type
Signed Float
Size
1
1
2
4
Values
See Group and Channels
2, 3, 7, 16, 17(O, M, L,T, R)
See MeterTypeDefinitions
-99.99 - 99.99
(Sent with Null in text,
Value returned)
Units
16
1
<Value>
Size
1
1
2
4
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE LVLREPORTEN [Value]
This selects/reports the manufacturer identification label of the specific channel.
Values
Units
See Group and Channels
2, 3, 7, 16, 17 (O, M, L,T, R)
See MeterTypeDefinitions
0 = Off (Delete from list being reported)
1 = On (Add to list being reported)
2 = Toggle(Null to query in text)
BINARY FORM DETAILS
10
2
<Channel><Group><Position><Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
MANUFACTURER - Manufacturer Identification Label
ARGUMENT DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
BINARY FORM DETAILS
DEVICE LVL <Channel> <Group> <Position> [Value]
This command selects/reports the status of level reporting for the specified channel.
Type
Channel
Group
Meter Type
Unsigned Integer
Values
Units
0 = Turn off reporting but leave current list
1 = Turn on reporting
2 = Turn off reporting and clear the list
(Null to query in text)
TEXT FORM DETAILS
LVLREPORT - Level Report
Name
Channel
Group
Position
Value
Size
4
9
2
<Channel><Group><Position><Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
Type
Unsigned Integer
DB
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
Name
Value
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Channel
Group
Reserved
Label
Type
Channel
Group
Unsigned Integer
String
Size
1
1
2
32
Values
Units
See Group and Channels
2, 3, 7(O, M, L)
0
1 - 32 characters
CLEAR = clear the label
(Null to query in text)
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
81
9
<Channel><Group><Reserved><Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE MANUFACTURER <Channel> <Group> [Value]
DEVICE LVLREPORT <Channel> <Group> <Position> [Value]
Note: Level reporting for the unit must also be enabled (LVLREPORTEN).
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MICCAMPRESET - Mic Camera Preset
MUTE - Mute
This command associates a mic with a camera preset for voice tracking.
This command selects/reports the setting of mute on a channel.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Channel
Group
Value
Type
Channel
Group
Unsigned Integer
Size
1
1
2
Values
See Group and Channels
3 (M)
0 to Clear
1 - 10
(NULL to Query in Text)
Units
Name
Channel
Group
Value
Type
Channel
Group
Unsigned Integer
Size
1
1
2
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
55
1
<Channel><Group><Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE MICCAMPRESET <Channel> [Value]
This command selects/reports the matrix routing of an input to an output.
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
12
1
<Channel><Group><Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
DEVICE MUTE <Channel> <Group> [Value]
NCSEL - Noise Cancellation Select
This command enables/disables or reports the current status of noise cancellation.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Source Channel
Source Group
Destination Channel
Type
Channel
Group
Channel
Size
1
1
1
Destination Group
Value
Group
Unsigned Integer
1
4
Values
Units
See Group and Channels
3, 7, 17(M, L, R)
Group 3 (M) is only allowed all channels.
All other groups cannot have the all
channel. (See Group And Channels)
2, 16(O,T)
0 = Cross point off
1 = Cross point on
2 = Toggle
(Null to query in text)
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
Units
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
MTRX - Matrix Routing
Values
(all channels only)
3 (M)
0 = Off
1 = On
2 = Toggle
(Null to query in text)
11
2
<Src. Ch.><Src. Gp.><Dest. Ch.><Dest. Gp.><Value>
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Channel
Group
Value
Type
Channel
Group
Unsigned Integer
Size
1
1
2
Values
Units
See Group and Channels
3,17 (M, R)
0 = Off
1 = On
2 = Toggle
(Null to query in text)
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
62
1
<Channel><Group><Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE NCSEL <Channel> <Group> [Value]
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE MTRX <Src. Ch.> <Src. Gp.> <Dest. Ch.> <Dest. Gp.>
[Value]
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PBDIAL - Dial a PB Entry by Name
PHONEBOOKCNT - Queries the Number of Entries in the Phonebook
This command dials a speed dial number by name.There is no query for this command.
This command queries the number of entries in the Phonebook.This command is query only.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Channel
Group
Reserved
Label
Type
Channel
Group
Unsigned Integer
String
Size
1
1
2
16
Values
See Group and Channels
17 (R)
0
1 - 16 chars
Units
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
36
5
<Channe><Group><Reserved><Label>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE PBDIAL <Channel> <Label>
Name
Value
Type
Unsigned Integer
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
COMMAND FORM:
PHONEBOOKDEL - Deletes an Entry to the Phonebook
This command deletes an entry in the Phonebook.There is no query.
Name
Label
Size
4
Number
String
44
Label
String
16
Values
Units
0 for not assigned to a speed dial
1 - 19
20 for Conference
1 - 44 chars
'0' - '9', 'A' - 'D', '*', '#'
1 - 16 chars
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
38
16
<ID><Number><Label>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
78
1
<Value>
DEVICE PHONEBOOKCNT <Value>
This command saves an entry in the Phonebook.There is no query. No two entries can share the same
label. An argument error will be returned if an entry already has the name.To change an entry, you
must first delete it and then add it again. If label is blank, the first 20 characters of the number will
be used as the label. Number must not be blank. If an entry already exists with the assigned speed
dial it will be overwritten.
Type
Unsigned Integer
Units
TEXT FORM DETAILS
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Speed Dial
Values
0 - 20
BINARY FORM DETAILS
PHONEBOOKADD - Adds an Entry to the Phonebook
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Size
4
Type
String
Size
16
Values
1 - 16 chars
Units
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
77
4
<Label>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE PHONEBOOKDEL <Label>
PHONEBOOKREAD - Queries A Entry in the Phonebook By Index
This command queries an entry in the Phonebook.This command is query only.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Index
Type
Unsigned Integer
Size
2
Speed Dial Unsigned Integer
2
Number
String
44
Values
Units
0 - 19
(Must be less than the
Number of PhoneBook Entries)
0 for not assigned to a speed dial
1 - 1920 for Conference
(NULL to query in text)
1 - 44 chars '0' - '9', 'A' - 'D', '*', '#'
Label
String
16
1 - 16 chars
DEVICE PHONEBOOKADD
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
79
16
<Index><Speed Dial><Number><Label>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
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DEVICE PHONEBOOKREAD <Index>
<Speed dial> <Number> <Label>
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REDIAL - Dial the last number again
RFFREQ - RF Frequency Selection
This command redials the last number.There is no query for this command.
This command sets/reports the frequency for the RF link to the Remote.The remote must be set to
the same setting.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Type
Channel Channel
Group
Group
Reserved
Size
1
1
2
Values
See Group And Channels
17 (R)
0
Units
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Value
Type
Unsigned Integer
Size
4
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
45
1
<Channel><Group><Reserved>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE REDIAL <Channel>
RESET - Reset
Resets the unit.There is no query for this command.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
None
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
20
1
<0>
Units
BINARY FORM DETAILS
TEXT FORM DETAILS
RETURN VALUES
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
The box is reset and the boot up message is displayed.
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
Values
1-8
For Band 0,
1 = 904 MHz
2 = 907 MHz
3 = 910 MHz
4 = 913 MHz
5 = 916 MHz
6 = 919 MHz
7 = 922 MHz
8 = 926 MHz
For Band 1,
1 = 868 MHz
2 = 868.333 MHz
3 = 868.667 MHz
4 = 869 MHz
5 = 869.333 MHz
6 = 869.667 MHz
7 = 870 MHz
8 = 868 MHz
(Null to query in text)
DEVICE RESET
58
1
<Value>
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE RFFREQ [Value]
RING - Ring Indication
This command indicates a ringing line.This command is reportable only. It cannot be queried or set.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Channel
Group
Value
Type
Channel
Group
Unsigned Integer
Size
1
1
2
Values
See Group and Channels
17 (R)
0 = Ring cycle has stopped
1 = Ring cycle has begun
Units
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
34
1
<Channel><Group><Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
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RINGERLVL - Audible Ring Level
RINGERTEST - Audible Ring Melody Test
This command selects/reports the audible ring level.
This command plays the current audible ringer melody.This command is executable only.There is no
query.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Channel
Group
Value
Type
Channel
Group
Signed Float
Size
1
1
2
Values
See Group and Channels
17 (R)
-12.00 - 4.00 (dB)
(Null to query in text)
Units
Name
Channel
Group
Reserved
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
46
1
<Channel><Group><Value>
Size
1
1
2
Values
See Group and Channels
17 (R)
0
83
1
<Channel><Group><Reserved>
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE RINGERLVL <Channel> [Value]
DEVICE RINGERTEST <Channel>
RINGERSEL - Audible Ring Melody Selection
SILENCEPRST - Silence Camera Preset
This command sends/reports the audible ring melody.
This command associates a camera preset with silence for voice tracking.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Channel
Group
Value
Type
Channel
Group
Unsigned Integer
Units
TEXT FORM DETAILS
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
Type
Channel
Group
Unsigned Integer
BINARY FORM DETAILS
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Size
1
1
2
Values
See Group and Channels
17 (R)
1-3
(Null to query in text)
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
35
1
<Channel><Group><Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE RINGERSEL <Channel> [Value]
Units
Name
Value
Type
Unsigned Integer
Size
4
Values
0 to Clear
1 - 10
(NULL to Query in Text)
Units
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
75
1
<Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE SILENCEPRST [Value]
SPEEDDIAL - Speed Dialing
This command dials a speed dial number.There is no query for this command.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Channel
Group
Value
Type
Channel
Group
Unsigned Integer
Size
1
1
2
Values
See Group and Channels
17 (R)
1 - 3334 for Conference
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
37
1
<Channel><Group><Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
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STEREOMIX - Sets the Input to be a Stereo Mix
SYSRESULT - System Check Result
This command enables/disables or reports the stereo mix status of an input.
This command reports the results of the system check.This command is reportable only. It cannot be
queried or set.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Channel
Group
Value
Type
Channel
Group
Unsigned Integer
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
Size
1
1
2
Values
See Group and Channels
7 (L)
0 = On
1 = Off
2 = Toggle
(NULL to query in text)
Units
86
1
<Channel><Group><Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE STEREOMIX <Channel> [Value]
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
System Check
Type
Size
Hexadecimal Integer 2
Values
06 – Remote (not implemented)
05 – Network
04 – Telephone
03 – Speaker
02 – Pod 3
01 – Pod 2
00 – Pod 1
All other bits reserved.
Status
Unsigned Integer
2
Message
String
40
0 = Fail
1 = Pass
For the pods: this message will say if a pod
is not connected. If a pod is connected, the
message will say which microphones fail. If
none fail, the message will say the pod
passes. For the speakers: the message will
say if the speakers fail. If they, pass but are
out of phase, the message will say they are
out of phase. Otherwise, the message will say
the speakers pass.
For the telephone on hook: the message will
report the line voltage, the line current,
other results, and if dial tone is detected.For
the telephone off hook: the message will
report the line current, other results, and if
dial tone is detected.The bit mask for the
other results is
SYSCHECKS - System Checks
Initiates the system checks.There is no query for this command.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
System
Type
Hexadecimal Integer
Check
Integer
Size
4
Values
Units
00 - Pod 1
01 - Pod 2
02 - Pod 3
03 - Speaker
04 - Telephone
05 - Network
06 - RF Remote (not implemented)
All other bits reserved
X
BINARY FORM DETAILS
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
set if switched from CTR21 to FCC because of low current
set if used DIAL bit while dialing
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
87
1
<System Check>
set if switch from Low Voltage to Japan because of current
set if switch from Low Voltage to FCC because of current
DAA OVL status
DAA DOD status
DAA OPD status
Not used
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
For the network check: the box will report if
no IP address is set. If it is set, the box will
ping the gateway.The message will say the
ping failed if it is not returned in 5 s.
Otherwise, the message will report how
many seconds it took to return the ping.
DEVICE SYSCHECKS <System Check>
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
88
11
<System Check><Status><Message>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
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TE - Telco Enable
UID - Unit ID
This command selects/reports the hook status.
This command reports the unit ID.This command is read-only.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Channel
Group
Value
Type
Channel
Group
Unsigned Integer
Size
1
1
2
Values
See Group and Channels
17 (R)
0 = Off
1 = On
2 = Toggle
(Null to query in text)
Units
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
Size
4
Values
(Sent with a Null,
value returned in text)
Units
13
1
<Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
39
1
<Channel><Group><Value>
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE UID [Value]
VER - Version
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
Type
Hexadecimal
BINARY FORM DETAILS
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
Name
Value
This command reports the version of the unit.This command is read-only.
DEVICE TE <Channel> [Value]
ARGUMENT DETAILS
TELCOLVLCTRL - Telco TX Level Control Enable/ Disable
This command selects/reports the setting of Telco TX level control.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Channel
Group
Value
Type
Channel
Group
Unsigned Integer
Size
1
1
2
Values
See Group and Channels
17 (R)
0 = Off
1 = On
2 = Toggle
(Null to query in text)
Units
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
Type
String
Size
8
Values
Version of format MM.mm.rr
(Sent with a Null in text, value returned)
Units
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
14
2
<Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE VER [Value]
VOLUME - Volume Adjustment
80
1
<Channel><Group><Value>
This command changes or reports back the gain for the output channel set as the EC reference.
ARGUMENT DETAILS
Name
Value
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
Name
Value
Type
Signed Float
Size
4
DEVICE TELCOLVLCTRL <Channel> [Value]
Absol / Rel
0
Values
-99.90 - 99.90 **
(Null to query in text)
A = Absolute
R = Relative
Null = Relative
Units
DB
BINARY FORM DETAILS
COMMAND ID:
NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS:
ARGUMENT FORM:
103
1
<Value>
TEXT FORM DETAILS
COMMAND FORM:
DEVICE VOLUME [Value] [Absol/Rel]
Note: Values indicate entry range only. Actual internal range of the gain stage is from -14 to
18. Absolute values will be limited to the internal gain range.
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Compliance
FCC Part 15/ICES-003 Compliance
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules and Industry Canada ICES-003.These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a
commercial environment.This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and,
if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference, in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his/her own
expense.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by ClearOne Communications could void the user's
authority to operate the equipment.
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If you experience problems with this equipment, contact ClearOne Communications, 1825 Research
Way, Salt Lake City, Utah 84119, or by phone at (800) 945-7730 for repair and warranty
information. If the equipment is causing harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may
request you disconnect the equipment until the problem is resolved.
No user-serviceable parts are contained in this product. If damage or malfunction occurs, contact
ClearOne Communications for instructions on its repair or return.
Connection to party line service is subject to state tariffs. Contact the state public utility commission,
public service commission or corporation commission for information.This equipment cannot be used
on telephone company provided coin service.
If your home has specially wired alarm equipment connected to the telephone line, ensure the installation of this equipment does not disable your alarm equipment. If you have questions about what
will disable alarm equipment, consult your telephone company or a qualified installer.
Electrical Safety Advisory
This equipment uses AC power which can subjected to electrical surges, typically lightning transients
which are very destructive to customer terminal equipment connected to AC power sources.The
warranty for this equipment does not cover damage caused by electrical surge or lightning transients.
To reduce the risk of this equipment becoming damaged it is suggested that the customer consider
installing a surge arrestor.
US:FBIBR00BRAV Ringer Equivalence Number (REN): 0.0B(ac)
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC Rules Requirements adopted by ACTA. On the
mixer unit of this equipment contains, among other information, a product identifier in the format
US:AAAEQ##TXXXX. If requested, this information must be provided to your telephone company.
The REN is used to determine the number of devices that may be connected to the telephone line.
Excessive RENs on the telephone line may result in the devices not ringing in response to an
incoming call. In most, but not all areas, the sum of the RENs should not exceed five (5.0).To be certain of the number of devices that may be connected to the line, as determined by the total RENs,
contact the telephone company to obtain the maximum RENs for the calling area.The REN for this
product is part of the product identifier that has the format US:AAAEQ##TXXXX.The digits represented by ## are the REN without a decimal point (e.g. 03 is a REN of 0.3).
If this equipment causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company will notify you in
advance that temporary discontinuance of service may be required. But if advance notice isn't
practical, the telephone company will notify the customer as soon as possible. Also, you will be
advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC if you believe it is necessary.
The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations, or procedures that
could affect the operation of the equipment. If this happens, the telephone company will provide
advance notice in order for you to make the necessary modifications to maintain uninterrupted
service.
This equipment uses an RJ-11C jack that is used to connect this equipment to the premises wiring
and telephone network.This RJ-11C jack complies with the applicable FCC Part 68 Rules and
Requirements adopted by the ACTA. A compliant telephone cord and modular plug is provided with
this product. It is designed to be connected to a compatible modular jack that is also compliant. See
installation instructions for details.
A plug and jack used to connect this equipment to the premises wiring and telephone network must
comply with the applicable FCC Part 68 Rules and Requirements adopted by the ACTA. A compliant
telephone cord and modular plug is provided with this product. It is designed to be connected to a
compatible modular jack that is also compliant. See installation instructions for details.
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IC Compliance
IC: 1970 A-RAV
Ringer Equivalence Number (REN): 0.0B(ac)
NOTICE:The term "IC" before the certification/registration number signifies that Industry of Canada
technical specifications were met.
This certification means that the equipment meets certain telecommunications network protective
operational and safety requirements.The Department does not guarantee the equipment will operate
to the user's satisfaction.
The REN is used to determine the number of devices that may be connected to the telephone line.
Excessive RENs on the telephone line may result in the devices not ringing in response to an incoming call. In most, but not all areas, the sum of the RENs should not exceed five (5.0).To be certain of
the number of devices that may be connected to the line, as determined by the total RENs, contact
the telephone company to obtain the maximum RENs for the calling area.The REN for this product
is listed above.
Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the
facilities of the local telecommunications company.The equipment must also be installed using an
acceptable method of connection. In some cases, the companies inside wiring associated with a single
line individual service may be extended by means of a certified connector assembly (telephone extension cord).The customer should be aware that compliance with the above conditions may not prevent
degradation of service in some situations.
Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized Canadian maintenance facility
designated by ClearOne Communications. Any repairs or alterations made by the user to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunications company cause to request the
user to disconnect the equipment.
Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground connections of the power
utility, telephone lines and internal metallic water pipe system, if present, are connected together.This
precaution may be particularly important in rural areas.
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European Compliance
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Telecommunications Terminal Equipment:
Conformity of the equipment with the guidelines below is attested by the CE mark.
73/23/EEC "Low Voltage Directive (LVD)":
IEC 60950-1: 2003
EC Declaration of Conformity
Application of Council Directive(s):
1999/5/EC Radio equipment and
Telecommunications Terminal Equipment
(R&TTE) Directive
Manufacturer's Name:
Manufacturer's Address:
ClearOne Communications
1825 West Research Way
Salt Lake City, Utah 84119 U.S.A.
RAV 600 & RAV 900
910-153-100 through 910-153-355
Model Name:
Model No.:
Safety of Information Technology Equipment, Including Electrical
Business Equipment.
Radio Equipment:
EN 301 220-1
Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio Spectrum Matters
(ERM); Short Range Devices (SRD); Radio equipment to be used
in the 25 MHz to 1000 MHz frequency range with power levels
ranging up to 500 mW; Part 1:Technical characteristics and test
methods.
Telecommunications Terminal Equipment:
EN 301 437 (CTR-37)
Standard(s) to which Conformity is declared:
Terminal Equipment (TE); Attachment requirements for panEuropean approval for connection to the analogue Public Switched
Telephone Networks (PSTNs) of TE supporting the voice telephony
service in which network addressing, if provided, is by means of
Dual Tone Multi Frequency (DTMF) signaling.
89/336/EEC "Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive":
EN 301489-1 & EN 301489-3
ElectroMagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum
Matters (ERM); ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
standard for radio equipment and services; Part 3:
Specific conditions for Short-Range Devices (SRD)
operating on frequencies between 9 kHz and 40 GHz..
EN 61000-3-2:1995/A1/A2:1998
Part 3: Limits - Section 2: Limits for harmonic current
emissions.
EN 61000-3-3:1995
Section 3: Limitation of voltage fluctuations and flicker
in low voltage supply systems for equipment with rated
current up to and including 16 A.
EN 55022: 1998 (Emissions)
Information technology equipment - Radio disturbance
characteristics - Limits and methods of measurement.
EN 61000-4-2: 1995/A1:1998
Electrostatic Discharge
EN 61000-4-3: 1996/A1:1998
Radiated RF Immunity
EN 61000-4-4: 1995
Electrical Fast Transients
EN 61000-4-5: 1995
Lighting Surge
EN 61000-4-6: 1996
Conducted RF Immunity
EN 61000-4-11: 1994
Voltage Dips and Voltage Interruptions
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Manufacturer
Legal Representative in Europe
Signature
Signature
Roger J. Midgley
Martin Offwood
Full Name
Full Name
Project Manager
Managing Director EMEA North
Position
Position
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Index
Adjusting the Settings 56
Auto-Answer 56
Auto-Disconnect 57
Ring Melody 56
Ringer Level 56
sound cards 19
USB control 21
VCRs 20
video codecs 18
Device Toolbox Editor 49
Audio conferencing 14
add a device 49
delete a device 49
edit a device 49
Basic Room Design 7
Dialer and Phonebook Usage 43
loudspeaker placement 8
Dialer 44
make a call 44
redial 45
Basic Connections 14
Calls 52
answer 52
end 52
from the Phonebook 53
make 52
pre-dial 52
redial 53
speed dial 53
Phonebook 43
add 43
delete 43
edit 43
Configuration 57
Country 57
Flash Duration 58
Frequency 58
IP address 60
Language 57
LCD Contrast 59
RF Radio Test 59
Version 60
RAV Components 35
System Requirements 10
Camera Controls 42
presets 42
Troubleshooting 72
Line Input and Output 38
equalization 39
preconfigured devices 38
volume 39
Web Interface 64
Accessing 64
Dial 65
Event Log 67
Log Out 69
System Check 68
Loudspeakers 36
ClearEffect 36
equalization 36
volume 36
Microphones 35
acoustic echo cancellation 35
ALC 35
noise cancellation 35
volume 35
Mixer 37
Record and Playback 40
equalization 41
preconfigured devices 40
volume 41
Error Messages 48
view 48
Event Log 47
Compliance 116
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Appendix— Index
print 47
save 47
track events 47
Firmware upgrades 48
Maintenance 72
Network Find 30
Network information 10
Connecting auxiliary devices 18
Phone Preferences 54
amplifiers 19
digital phones 22
DVD players 20
PTZ cameras 20
serial control 21
add a Phonebook entry 55
delete a Phonebook entry 55
edit a Phonebook entry 55
RAV-Ware 26
Communication Settings 31
camera port 32
control port 32
static IP address 31
user name/password 32
connections 28
files 29
edit 29
import 29
new 29
save 29
install 26
overview 27
Regional Settings 33
date/time 33
Telephone Settings 33
configuration 34
preferences 34
Serial Commands 78
Pinouts 75
Specifications 76
Status key 53
System Checks 46
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