Fusion PP-AM100010 Stereo Amplifier User Manual

POWERPLANT
AMPLIFIER MANUAL
PP-AM300010
PP-AM200010
PP-AM120040
PP-AM60020
PP-AM100010
CONTENTS
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AMPLIFIER SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .pg 4
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AMPLIFIER INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .pg 5
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FOUR CHANNEL AMPLIFIER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .pg 6
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TWO CHANNEL AMPLIFIER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .pg 8
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MONOBLOCK AMPLIFIERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .pg 10
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TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .pg 12
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MODEL NUMBER
DATE OF PURCHASE
AFFIX RECEIPT HERE
Version 1.0
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ACCEPTABLE AMPLIFIER LOADS
AMPLIFIER SPECIFICATIONS
4 Ohm
2 Ohm
1 Ohm
PP-AM120040
YES*
YES*
NO
PP-AM60020
YES*
YES *
NO
PP-AM300010
YES
YES
YES
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PP-AM300010 (Monoblock)
PP-AM200010 (Monoblock)
Class
D-Class
D-Class
Max Power Rating
3000 Watts
2000 Watts
Frequency Response
20Hz - 320kHz
20Hz - 320kHz
PP-AM200010
YES
YES
YES
Dimensions (mm)
436(L) x 278(W) x 60(H)
436(L) x 278(W) x 60(H)
PP-AM100010
YES
YES
NO
Power Ratings
850 Watts RMS per Channel
@ 4 Ohms 1% THD+N
1300 Watts RMS per Channel
@ 2 Ohms 1% THD+N
1500 Watts RMS x 1 Channel
@ 1 Ohms 1% THD+N
600 Watts RMS x 1 Channel
@ 4 Ohms 1% THD+N
900 Watts RMS x 1 Channel
@ 2 Ohms 1% THD+N
1000 Watts RMS x 1 Channel
@ 1 Ohms 1% THD+N
PP-AM100010 (Monoblock)
PP-AM120040 (4 Channel)
Class
D-Class
Class AB
Max Power Rating
1000 Watts
1200 Watts
Frequency Response
20Hz - 320kHz
10Hz - 100kHz
Dimensions (mm)
386(L) x 278(W) x 60(H)
546(L) x 278(W) x 60(H)
Power Ratings
400 Watts RMS x 1 Channel
@ 4 Ohms 1% THD+N
620 Watts RMS x 1 Channel
@ 2 Ohms 1% THD+N
125 Watts RMS per Channel
@ 4 Ohms 1% THD+N
165 Watts RMS per Channel
@ 2 Ohms 1% THD+N
330 Watts RMS Bridged Channels
@ 4 Ohms 1% THD+N
PP-AM60020 (2 Channel)
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Model
Class
Class AB
Max Power Rating
600 Watts
Frequency Response
10Hz - 100kHz
Dimensions (mm)
436(L) x 278(W) x 60(H)
Power Ratings
125 Watts RMS per Channel
@ 4 Ohms 1% THD+N
190 Watts RMS per Channel
@ 2 Ohms 1% THD+N
390 Watts RMS Bridged Channels
@ 4 Ohms 1% THD+N
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* Per Channel and Bridged Channel(s), * Per Channel ONLY
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NB : PP-AM100010 IS NOT 1 Ohm STABLE
AMPLIFIER INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION WARNING
1. Ensure the 12V lead is disconnected from the battery before you connect any
new equipment.
2. Ensure the mounting location will not interfere with the gas tank, brake lines or
electrical wiring.
3. Ensure the Amplifier is securely fastened to the vehicle to prevent damage in the
event of an accident.
4. Ensure all wiring is protected to avoid pinching or crushing which could result in
damage to the audio system.
5. Ensure the mounting location has sufficient air flow around the amplifier. If the
amplifier is mounted in an enclosed space a 3” fan with ducting should be used
to aid in air flow.
6. Do not mount any amplifier on a subwoofer enclosure as extended exposure to
vibration may cause malfunction of the amplifier.
7. Ensure you use the recommended gauge wire/cable for all amplifier
connections.
Wiring
Ensure the audio system is turned off before making any connections to the amplifier,
speakers or source unit. Failure to do so could result in permanent damage to the
audio system.
When wiring the FUSION amplifier ensure that the cable is protected from sharp
objects and always use rubber grommets when wiring through metal panels. Ensure
all terminals and connections are protected from the vehicle chassis and from each
other as failure to do so could result in permanent damage to the audio system.
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6. Front Input Level
This control is used to match the input level of the amplifier to the output level of your source unit
1. Turn the amplifier level to zero.
2. Turn the volume of the source unit to ¾ and the bass and treble to zero.
3. Adjust the level control until the desired maximum volume is achieved without distortion.
4. Failure to follow these steps may cause permanent damage to the audio system.
FOUR CHANNEL AMPLIFIER
PP-AM120040
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7. Frequency Control – Front X-Over
12dB/Octave crossover, variable from 32Hz to 320Hz. (For adjustment procedure see 16.)
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b.
c.
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1. Speaker Output Connections
Ensure that the speakers are connected observing correct polarity.
2 Ohm minimum speaker impedance for stereo operation
4 Ohm minimum speaker impedance for bridged operation
2. Fuses
Ensure fuses are replaced with the same type and rating.
3. Power
FUSION amplifiers should be connected directly to the 12V battery terminal with an inline fuse or
circuit breaker as close to the battery as possible.
Ground
When grounding/earthing your amplifier ensure that the location is a good source of ground
(preferably the floor pan). Make sure the metal is clean of paint etc, as a poor earth could
damage your audio system.
Remote Turn On
This connection turns the amplifier ON and should be connected to the remote turn on lead from
the Head Unit. If one is not available a switched 12V source must be used.
4. Output Connectors
Line level output for connection to an additional amplifier
5. Front Input Connectors
Choose the correct length RCA interconnects and run them to the RCA outputs of the source
unit. Avoid running beside other looms and or power cable.
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8. Filter Selector – Front X-Over
LPF – Select for subwoofer(s).
Flat – Select for full range speakers.
HPF – Select for mid/full range speakers when using a subwoofer in the system.
9. Bass Boost Control
Adjust the Bass Boost to the desired level.
10. Filter Selector – Rear X-Over
LPF - Select for subwoofer(s).
Flat – Select for full range speakers.
HPF – Select for mid/full range speakers when using a subwoofer in the system.
11. Frequency Controller – Rear X-Over
12dB/Octave crossover, variable from 32Hz to 320Hz.
For adjustment procedure see 16.
12. Rear Input Level
This control is used to match the input level of the amplifier to the output level of your head unit
1. Turn the amplifier level to zero.
2. Turn the volume of the head unit to ¾ and the bass and treble to zero.
3. Adjust the level control until the desired maximum volume is achieved without distortion.
4. Failure to follow these steps may cause permanent damage to the audio system.
13. Power ON LED
Amplifier is operational when illuminated.
14. Protection LED
When illuminated the amplifier is in protection mode due to any of the following fault conditions.
Short Circuit, Thermal, Output Short, DC Offset.
15. Rear Input Connectors
Choose the correct length RCA interconnects and run them to the RCA outputs of the
source unit. Avoid running beside other looms and or power cable.
16. Setting the Crossover
a. Diagram for crossover settings for 5” or larger full range speakers.
b. Diagram for crossover settings for mid/full range speakers when using a subwoofer in
your system.
c. Diagram for crossover settings for subwoofers.
NB: The gray section indicates acceptable frequency ranges.
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5. Input Connectors
Choose the correct length RCA interconnects and run them to the RCA outputs of the source
unit. Avoid running beside other looms and or power cable.
TWO CHANNEL AMPLIFIER
PP-AM60020
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6. Input Level
This control is used to match the input level of the amplifier to the output level of your head unit
1. Turn the amplifier level to zero.
2. Turn the volume of the head unit to ¾ and the bass and treble to zero.
3. Adjust the level control until the desired maximum volume is achieved without distortion.
4. Failure to follow these steps may cause permanent damage to the audio system.
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b.
7. Frequency Control
12dB/Octave crossover, variable from 32Hz to 320Hz.
(For adjustment procedure see 12.)
8. Filter Selector - Crossover
LPF - Select for subwoofer(s).
Flat – Select for full range speakers.
HPF – Select for mid/full range speakers when using a subwoofer in the system.
9. Boost Control
Adjust the Bass Boost to the desired level.
c.
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5
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1. Speaker Output Connections
Ensure that the speakers are connected observing correct polarity.
2. Fuses
Ensure fuses are replaced with the same type and rating.
3. Power
FUSION amplifiers should be connected directly to the 12V battery terminal with an inline fuse or
circuit breaker as close to the battery as possible.
Ground
When grounding/earthing your amplifier ensure that the location is a good source of ground
(preferably the floor pan). Make sure the metal is clean of paint etc, as a poor earth could
damage your audio system.
Remote Turn On
This connection turns the amplifier on and should be connected to the remote turn on lead from
the Head Unit. If one is not available a switched 12V source must be used.
10. Power ON LED
Amplifier is operational when illuminated.
11. Protection LED
When illuminated the amplifier is in protection mode due to any of the following fault conditions.
Short Circuit, Thermal, Output Short, DC Offset.
12. Setting the Crossover
a. Diagram for crossover settings for 5” or larger full range speakers.
b. Diagram for crossover settings for mid/full range speakers when using a subwoofer in your
system.
c. Diagram for crossover settings for subwoofers.
NB: The gray section indicates acceptable frequency ranges.
4. Output Connectors
Line level output for connection to an additional amplifier.
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4. Output Connectors
Line level output for connection to an additional amplifier
MONOBLOCK AMPLIFIERS
PP-AM100010, PP-AM200010, PP-AM300010
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Input Connectors
Choose the correct length RCA interconnects and run them to the RCA outputs of the source
unit. Avoid running beside other looms and or power cable.
6.
Input Level
This control is used to match the input level of the amplifier to the output level of your head unit
1. Turn the amplifier level to zero.
2. Turn the volume of the head unit to ¾ and the bass and treble to zero.
3. Adjust the level control until the desired maximum volume is achieved without distortion.
4. Failure to follow these steps may cause permanent damage to the audio system.
7.
Frequency Control
12dB/Octave Low Pass crossover, variable from 32Hz to 320Hz.
8.
Subsonic Filter
This is a variable control that filters out all sub bass frequencies below the set point at 12dB/
Octave.
9.
Boost Control ( Rear )
Adjust the Bass Boost to the desired level
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10. Remote Level Control
Connect the Remote Level Controller using the supplied cable.
11. Power ON LED
Amplifier is operational when illuminated.
1. Speaker Output Connections
Ensure that the speakers are connected observing correct polarity.
2. Fuses
Ensure fuses are replaced with the same type and rating (PP-AM100010 Pictured Above).
PP-AM100010
25A x 3
PP-AM200010
40A x 3
PP-AM300010
40A x 4
12. Protection LED
When illuminated the amplifier is in protection mode due to any of the following fault conditions.
Short Circuit, Thermal, Output Short, DC Offset.
3. Power
FUSION amplifiers should be connected directly to the 12V battery terminal with an inline fuse or
circuit breaker as close to the battery as possible.
Ground
When grounding/earthing your amplifier ensure that the location is a good source of ground
(preferably the floor pan). Make sure the metal is clean of paint etc, as a poor earth could
damage your audio system.
Remote Turn On
This connection turns the amplifier on and should be connected to the remote turn on lead from
the Head Unit. If one is not available a switched 12V source must be used.
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NOTES
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
Amplifier not
switching on.
Power LED
not ‘ON’
Amplifier not
working, but
status LED ‘ON’
No sound
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POSSIBLE REASON
SOLUTION
• No +12V to power wire
• Check fuses and connections to battery
• No power to remote
wire
• Check Remote Turn ON connection(s)
to head unit
• Fuse broken
• Replace fuse with correct type and
amperage
• Fuse on amplifier blown
• Replace fuse with correct type and
amperage
• Amplifier too hot
• Move amplifier to vented area
• Turn head unit down
• Speaker wires shorted
• Check that there are no speaker wires
shorted to another wire or to the
vehicle chassis
• RCA Signal
• Check RCA connection to head unit
• Gain control not set up
• Ensure you have set up the amplifier
gain level control
• Head Unit
• Check head unit volume level
• Amplifier
• Check all power, remote on and
groundconnections
• Speakers
• Check speakers for wire shorts
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NOTES
PUBLISHED BY FUSION ELECTRONICS LIMITED:
© Copyright 2008 by FUSION Electronics Limited.
All rights reserved. Specifications and design are
subject to change without notice.
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Please remember to respect the local regulations:
Hand in the non-working electrical equipment
to an appropriate waste disposal center.
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Specifications and design are subject to change without notice