Episode 70V IP-Enabled Amplifier Configuration Utility

CONFIGURATION UTILITY
ESA-70V2CH-150W
ESA-70V2CH-300W
ESA-70V2CH-500W
PROT -30
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CLIP
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ECA-70IPAMP-2D-150
ETHERNET
DRY
IR RS232 CONTACT
S G G TxRx In1 In2
CH1
IN
OUT
12V TRIGGER
BALANCED INPUTS
CH3 CH4
CH2
LOOP
OUT
UNBALANCED
INPUTS
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+G +G
SPEAKER OUT
CH1 CH2
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CH1
CH2
LEVEL
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CAUTION:
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ATTENTION:
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE
RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH D E M E M E T Y P E E T C A L I B R E .
SAM E TYPE FUSE AND RATING.
100/120V~60Hz 3.15A
T3.15A L 250V
220/240V~50Hz 1.6A
T1.6A L 250V
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OVERVIEW
This protocol provides the information required to configure an ESA-70V-2CH-150W, 300W, 500W amplifier via the
Web GUI on the device.
CONFIGURATION
To access the WebGUI:
1. Connect a Cat5e/6 network cable from the Ethernet port of the amplifier to a network with DHCP enabled
(DHCP server is usually in the router).
2. Use IP scanner software, or an IP scanner mobile application to detect the IP address assigned to the amplifier.
3. Enter the IP address into a web browser to access the user interface and change settings.
Default Login Information:
• Username: admin
• Password: admin
The following settings can be changed in the web GUI:
• System Status
• Power On settings
• Input/Output configuration
• Network IP and Clock settings
• Audio Routing configuration
• Password settings
System Status
View the current status of the amplifier modes and ports.
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Configuration
Input/Output
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View and change current port configurations.
Click on the name of the Input or Output name to change it.
Use the sliders in each field to change levels.
The Output port levels can be changed via the Rear Knob.
Click on “Enable” to use this function, and verify that the speaker and appropriate channel is working to fine
tune any adjustments.
Audio Routing
View and change the current Audio Routing settings. Once the input and Output names have been selected and fine
tuned, audio routing can be set up using the chart on this tab.
NOTE: Do not set two devices on the same output as the unit does not sum inputs to the same output.
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Settings
View and Change the Power Settings of the amplifier.
Network Configuration
View and Change the IP settings.
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Time Settings
View and Change the Time Zone setting.
Upgrade Firmware
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To upgrade the Amplifier firmware, ensure the firmware file is saved onto a PC and follow the steps below:
Click on the Micro.DSP tab
Click “Enable HTTP Bootloader”
Choose the new firmware file on your PC and click “Upload”
NOTE: Some browsers do not show file upload status, in these cases, wait about 5 minutes for the upload to complete.
5. The amplifier will reboot once the new firmware is installed. Any saved settings will be retained after the
firmware has been updated
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Security
Update the amplifier password information. Enter, then re-enter a password into the fields below and click “Save
Password” to store or change the password.
About
View the amplifier Factory default information.
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OvrC®
Adding the ESA-70V2CH-150W, 300W, 500W to an OvrC Account
Step 1. Connect the IP Device to the Internet
The amplifier must be powered on and connected to a Local Area Network with Internet access to activate an OvrC
connection.
Step 2. Log Into OvrC
Create a new account at www.OvrC.com, or log into an existing account.
Step 3. Add the Device
1. Select the customer network to which the device will be added.
2. Click“Add a Device” and enter the MAC address and service tag number of the device. This information can be
found on a label on the bottom of the device.
3. Directions to continue setup will be displayed once OvrC locates the device. If OvrC does not locate the device,
confirm, then re-enter the MAC address and serial number.
All OvrC features can be accessed via a smartphone or tablet application or via the internet at www.OvrC.com once
setup is complete,
CONTACTING TECHNICAL SUPPORT
866.838.5052
support@episodeaudio.com
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