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SF 26X
SpeedMount® Ceiling Mount Speakers
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Contents
Introduction..................................................... 1
About the SF 26X Speaker ................................. 1
Features.............................................................. 1
Application Example............................................ 2
Installation....................................................... 3
Installing the SF 26X in a Suspended Ceiling....... 3
Painting the Baffle and Grille.............................. 12
SF 26X User Guide • Contents
iv
Introduction
This user guide contains information about the Extron SF 26X Ceiling Mount Speaker.
About the SF 26X Speaker
The SF 26X speaker is a two-way, low impedance, ceiling-mount speaker system that
features an 8 ohm open back speaker with a 6.5 inch woofer and a 3/4 inch tweeter
designed for use in non-plenum airspace environments.
Features
•
Open back, infinite baffle design
•
8 ohm nominal impedance
•
3/4" (1.9 cm) pivoting ferrofluid-cooled dome tweeter
•
6.5" (16.5 cm) polypropylene woofer
•
Frequency range: 50 Hz to 20 kHz
•
25 watts continuous pink noise, 50 watts continuous program
•
110° conical dispersion
•
Internal driver overload protection
•
Thin bezel and magnetically attached grille
•
Spring-loaded locking arms for quick ceiling installation
•
Optional Ceiling Mount Kit available for use with ceiling tiles, includes C-rings
and V-rails
•
Four pole captive screw connector simplifies parallel speaker wiring
•
Grille and bezel are available in white only and may be painted to match the
environment
•
5-year parts and labor warranty
SF 26X User Guide • Introduction
1
Application Example
The illustration below is one example of configuring a system using the SF 26X speakers.
Extron
TLP 1000TV
10" Tabletop
TouchLink
Touchpanel
Extron
DTP HDMI 230 Tx
SIG
INPUTS
POWER
12V
0.7A MAX
Laptop
LINK
AUDIO
OVER DTP
RS-232
Audio
DTP OUT
IR
Tx Rx G Tx Rx
Ethernet
CATx Cable
up to 230' (70 m)
HDMI
TCP/IP
Network
Ethernet
Transmitter
Extron
IPL 250
Control
Processor
STANDBY/ON
PQLS
HDMI
OPEN/CLOSE
FL OFF
Microphone
USB
Blu-ray Player
HDMI
POWER
12V
500mA
MAX
RS-232
COM 2
Tx Rx
INPUT
2 3 4
COM 3
Tx Rx
1
IR
2
RELAY
1
2
S G S G
1
3
IR
4
RELAY
3
4
S G S G
RS-232
WiFi
1 2 3 4
Audio
COM1
Tx Rx
RTS CTS
LAN
OVER DTP
OVER DTP
RS-232
DTP IN
SIG
LINK
IR
Tx Rx G Tx Rx
HDMI
L
1
R
L
2
R
L
L
4
R
L
5
R
MIC LINE
3
R
DTP OUT
PHANTOM POWER
LINK
5
50/60 Hz
SELECT
Tx Rx G Tx Rx
6
SIG
3
IR
OUTPUTS
4
RGB OUT
2
MUTE HDMI AUDIO
RS-232
1
AUDIO IN
X.XA MAX
INPUTS
100-240V
AUDIO OUT
Audio
VGA
Rack PC
L
MIC
MIX
PROGRAM
MPS 602 SA
R
AMP OUT
REMOTE
8Ω / 4Ω
L
L
FIXED
R
RS-232
R
CLASS 2 WIRING
R
Tx Rx G
Extron
MPS 602 SA
Switcher
Control
Media Presentation
Switcher
AV Device
Control
CATx Cable
up to 230' (70 m)
Audio
Extron
DTP HDMI 230 Rx
Receiver
OVER DTP
RS-232
IR
Tx Rx G Tx Rx
POWER
12V
0.7A MAX
SIG
LINK
DTP HDMI 230 Rx
OUTPUTS
L
AUDIO
R
DTP IN
RS-232
Projector
Figure 1.
HDMI
Extron
SF 26X
Two-Way Open Back 8 Ohm
Ceiling Speakers
SF 26X Application Example
SF 26X User Guide • Introduction
2
Installation
The Installation section describes:
•
Installing the SF 26X in a Suspended Ceiling
•
Painting the Baffle and Grille
Installing the SF 26X in a Suspended Ceiling
1. Remove power from all devices.
NOTE: If the baffle or grille is to be painted, see the Painting the Baffle and Grille
section on page 12.
The maximum ceiling tile thickness that the speaker can go into is 1.22 inches (31 mm).
2. Cut a hole for the SF 26X. Use the provided cutout template to outline the hole to be
cut in the ceiling tile, as described below.
a. Remove the ceiling tile and use the provided cutout template to outline the hole to
be cut in the tile.
NOTE: If the baffle and grille will be painted, save the cutout template as a paint
shield.
b. Cut out the circle traced in the ceiling tile.
c. Replace the ceiling tile into the ceiling.
3. Install the optional SF 26X ceiling mount kit.
a. Attach two V-rails and one C-ring across the tile above the hole cut in step 2 above.
b. See the illustration below.
C-ring
V-rail
Figure 2.
Installing the V-rails and C-ring
4. Route the speaker wires through the ceiling tile hole.
5. Remove the grille carefully from the SF 26X.
NOTE: Grille hooks are provided for grille removal, if needed.
SF 26X User Guide • Installation
3
6. Attach speaker wires from the ceiling tile hole to the included four-pole captive screw
connector using one of the following three methods below.
NOTES:
• Be sure that the combined impedance of the speaker system does not equal a
value less than the rated minimum load impedance of the
amplifier.
• The maximum number of wires per terminal are as follows:
Wire Gauge Table
Number of Wires per
Connection Point
Maximum
Wire Gauge
1
12 AWG
2
16 AWG
• Do not tin the wires. Tinned wires do not hold tight in the captive screws and
can break easily after several bends.
• Strip no more than 3/16" (5 mm) of insulation from the end of the wire before
inserting it into the captive screw connector.
Do not tin the wires!
SF 26X User Guide • Installation
4
Wiring Multiple Speakers Using Loop-through:
A loop-through electrical connection is made on the crossover board of the
SF 26X. Connect the wires to the captive screw connectors of the speakers, as
shown below. Be sure to tighten the screws.
NOTES:
• Be sure that the combined impedance of the speaker system does not
equal a value less than the rated minimum load impedance of the
amplifier.
• When a chain of speakers is wired in this configuration, disconnecting one
speaker removes power from the remaining speaker in the chain.
(Red)
(Red)
(Black)
_
_
+
Power Amplifier
_
+
+
+
(Black)
_
•
Speaker 2
Speaker 1
This configuration is useful for troubleshooting in four ways:
•
The system is sectioned for easier troubleshooting.
•
The source signal can be tested by connecting to the inner + (IN) and inner
– (IN) terminals of the captive screw connector, as shown below.
Red Wire (+) from Amplifier
Amplifier
Black Wire (-) from Amplifier
Test Points
__
++
Captive Screw
Connector
Signal Test Points
SF 26X User Guide • Installation
5
•
To test the impedance of the entire speaker system, first disconnect the
speaker wires from the amplifier and then measure the impedance from the
disconnected wires, as shown below.
Amplifier
Red Wire (+) disconnected
from Amplifier
Test Points
To next speaker
Black Wire (-) disconnected
from Amplifier
__
++
Captive Screw
Connector
Impedance Test Points
ATTENTION: Disconnect the speaker system from the amplifier before
performing this test, otherwise you may damage the test meter.
•
The impedance of the speaker downstream of the one being tested can be
measured while the system is powered on by first disconnecting the captive
screw connector from the speaker being tested and then connecting the test
probes to the outer (LOOP) terminals of the connector, as shown below.
ATTENTION: Be certain to first disconnect the captive screw connector
from the speaker being tested and test the outer (LOOP) terminals,
otherwise you may damage the test meter.
Red Wire (+) from Amplifier
Amplifier
To next speaker
Black Wire (-) from Amplifier
Test Points
__
++
Captive Screw
Connector
Impedance Test Points
SF 26X User Guide • Installation
6
Wiring Speakers in Parallel:
Connect the wires to the captive screw connectors of the speakers, as shown
below. Be sure to tighten the screws.
NOTES:
• Be sure that the combined impedance of the speaker system does not
equal a value less than the rated minimum load impedance of the
amplifier.
• When a chain of speakers is wired in this configuration, disconnecting one
speaker does not remove power from the remaining speaker in the chain.
(Red)
(Red)
(Black)
_
+
+
_
_
+
Power Amplifier
+
(Black)
_
•
Speaker 1
Speaker 2
This configuration is especially useful in installations where the system can never be
completely down, such as in a hospital setting.
The source signal can be tested by connecting to the inner + (IN) and inner – (IN)
terminals of the captive screw connector, as shown below.
Red Wire (+) from Amplifier
Amplifier
Black Wire (-) from Amplifier
Test Points
__
++
Captive Screw
Connector
Signal Test Points
SF 26X User Guide • Installation
7
To test the impedance of the entire speaker system, first disconnect the speaker
wires from the amplifier and then measure the impedance from the disconnected
wires, as shown below.
Amplifier
Red Wire (+) disconnected
from Amplifier
Test Points
To next speaker
Black Wire (-) disconnected
from Amplifier
__
++
Captive Screw
Connector
Impedance Test Points
ATTENTION: Disconnect the speaker system from the amplifier before
performing this test, otherwise you may damage the test meter.
Wiring a Single Speaker:
Connect the wires to the captive screw connector of the speaker, as shown below.
Be sure to tighten the screws.
(Red)
_
+
+
(Black)
Power Amplifier
_
•
Speaker 1
SF 26X User Guide • Installation
8
7. Insert the captive screw connector into the four-pole receptacle on the speaker
crossover board as shown below.
Strain Relief
Tie off Point
Zip Tie
Captive Screw
Connector
Figure 3.
Strain Relief Tie Off Point
8. Secure the speaker wire to the strain relief tie off point using the included zip tie as
shown above.
9. Mount the SF 26X.
a. Insert the SF 26X through the bottom of the hole in the ceiling tile that was cut in
step 2.
b. Tighten the four screws (clockwise) of the locking arms until the arms are fully
engaged and the speaker is securely clamped to the ceiling, as shown below.
ATTENTION: Do not overtighten the screws.
Speaker Grille
Locking Arm
Figure 4.
Mounting the Speaker Using the Four Locking Arms
SF 26X User Guide • Installation
9
10. Attach the secondary support line if required, as shown below.
Secondary
Support Line
Figure 5.
Secondary
Tie off Point
Attaching the Secondary Support Line
a. Remove the ceiling tile adjacent to the tile where the speaker is mounted.
b. Attach the secondary support line.
ATTENTION: Do not allow any slack in the secondary support line.
c. Replace the adjacent ceiling tile.
11. Pivot the tweeter to aim the mid and high frequencies to the desired spot, as shown
below.
Figure 6.
Pivoting the Tweeter
ATTENTION: The tweeter can be pivoted only. Do not attempt to rotate the
tweeter.
SF 26X User Guide • Installation
10
12. Position the outer perimeter of the grille into the groove of the speaker baffle. Six
magnets pull the grille securely into place, as shown below.
Speaker Grille
Figure 7.
Installing the SF 26X Grille
NOTE: Grille hooks are provided for removal of the grille after installation.
SF 26X User Guide • Installation
11
Painting the Baffle and Grille
NOTE: The cutout template that was used in step 2 of the previous section will be used
as a paint shield when painting the outer circumference of the baffle.
Painting the Baffle
1. Remove the grille using the provided grille hooks and set the grille aside.
2. Place cutout template over the center of the tweeter so that the woofer and tweeter of
the speaker are protected from the paint.
3. Tape over the center hole of the template to prevent any paint from entering the hole.
4. Tape over any exposed portion of the baffle that is normally covered by the grille. This
includes the perimeter outside of the template where the grille magnets are located.
ATTENTION: Do not allow paint to touch the magnets, otherwise the grille
installation will not be as secure. Do not allow paint to enter the baffle groove
where the grille will reside, otherwise the grille may not contact the magnets
properly for a secure fit.
5. Clean the outer perimeter of the baffle to be painted with a damp cloth.
6. Paint the outer baffle.
Painting the Grille
1. With the grille detached from the speaker, carefully remove the scrim from the inner side
of the grille.
2. Carefully remove the Extron logo from the front of the grille.
3. Clean the outside of the grille surface with a damp cloth.
4. Carefully spray paint the outside surface of the grille.
ATTENTION: Be sure to keep the paint from clogging the grille perforations,
otherwise the speaker output will be affected.
5. After the paint has completely dried, reattach the logo and scrim.
SF 26X User Guide • Installation
12
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