PTM 3245 Manual - Audio Design Associates

PTM 3245 Manual - Audio Design Associates
Suite 8 x 8 Installation Manual
Suite 8 x 8
Multiroom Preamplifier
Installation Manual
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Table of Contents
Introduction ........................................................................................................................... 3
Taking Inventory of the Components to Install the Suite 8 x 8 ............................................... 3
Unpacking and Inspecting the Suite 8 x 8 ............................................................................ 4
Changing Internal Jumper Settings as Necessary................................................................ 4
Figure #1 Front and Rear Panel Drawings of the Suite 8 x 8 ................................................ 5
Rack Mounting Your ADA Suite 8 x 8 ................................................................................... 6
Analog Audio Input Connections to the Suite 8 x 8 .............................................................. 6
Figure #2 Analog Audio Input Connections to the Suite 8 x 8 .............................................. 6
Output Connections a Multichannel Power Amplifier ........................................................... 7
Figure #3 Output Connections a Multichannel Power Amplifier ........................................... 7
Connecting the Source Trigger to the ACC 48 and IRL-5000 ............................................... 7
Connecting the Output Voltage Trigger to Power Amplifiers .................................................. 8
Connecting a Paging Source to the Suite 8 x 8’s Paging Input ............................................. 8
Figure #4 Suite 8 x 8 Trigger and Paging Connections ......................................................... 8
Connecting a Trigger Source to the Paging Input Trigger ...................................................... 9
Terminating ADA Bus® Cables ............................................................................................ 9
Connecting the Suite 8 x 8 to the WH-2000 Wiring Harness................................................. 9
Connecting Additional ADA Bus Components to the WH-2000 .......................................... 10
Interfacing a Computer Based Control System to the ADA Bus .......................................... 10
Terminating Cat 5 wire with RJ-45 Connectors .................................................................. 10
Connecting ADA Keypads to the WH-2000 ........................................................................ 10
Figure #5 Control Connections to the Suite 8 x 8 ............................................................... 11
AC Power Connection ........................................................................................................ 12
Configuring the Suite 8 x 8 with the PCOS Testing Program .............................................. 12
Configuring the Suite 8 x 8 with the Front Panel Control Head ........................................... 16
Setting Up MC-5011 Keypads for Use with the Suite 8 x 8 ................................................. 20
Setting Up MC-5000 Keypads for Use with the Suite 8 x 8 ................................................. 21
Appendix A MC-5000 Keypad Setup Flowcharts ............................................................... 23
Appendix B Suite 8 x 8 ASCII Control Codes ..................................................................... 30
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Suite 8 x 8 Installation Manual
Introduction
This installation manual includes all of the basic information to connect, install, and configure a complete
ADA Suite 8 x 8 multiroom system. This manual is designed to be a quick installation guide for
installers who are familiar with ADA multiroom systems and only need basic step-by-step instructions.
The ADA Suite 8 x 8 is a high performance fully featured eight input by eight output multiroom
preamplifier. Hand crafted in the United States to the strict quality and performance standards established
by Audio Design Associates, the Suite 8 x 8 offers most of the features of the Suite 16 multiroom
system at a significantly lower cost.
Using ADA’s PCOS Software Setup Program
The Setup section of the preliminary manual explains how to setup the Suite 8 x 8 manually with the
front panel controls. The PC program included on the enclosed disc also allows you to set up the Suite
8 x 8 with a computer. If you have used ADA’s PCOS program for the Suite 16 before, you will find this
program very familiar.
Audio Design Associates Offers Unprecedented Technical Support
At Audio Design Associates, we realize that our dealer network is the best in the industry. We believe
that it is our responsibility to offer complete technical support for designing, installing, and configuring
all our products. ADA offers an unprecedented coast-to-coast support staff. You can contact us at any
time during the following hours:
Toll Free EST Hours 8:30-5:30 EST (5:30 AM to 2:30 PM PST) Call: 1-800 HD-AUDIO
Toll Free PST Hours 8:30-5:30 PST (11:30 to 8:30 EST) Call: 1-877-912-4232
ADA’s expanded technical support hours allow our dealer network to contact us up to twelve hours per
day Monday through Friday for personalized service. Of course, you can send us an email anytime at
TechnicalSupport@ADA-USA.com and we will do our best to answer your email as soon as possible,
even after those hours.
STEP 10
Installation Step 1
Taking Inventory of the Components to Install the Suite 8 x 8
Before installing the Suite 8 x 8, you should take a basic inventory to make sure that you have all the
components and cables necessary to install a fully functional multiroom system. Listed below is a chart
showing the required and optional components in an ADA Suite 8 x 8 multiroom system.
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Required Components
Quantity
ADA Suite 8 x 8 Preamplifier
Analog Source Components
Power Amplifiers
WH-2000 Wiring Harness
MC-5000 Keypad
MC-5011 Keypad
Computer Based Control System
ISO-232 RS 232-ADA Bus Interface
CMB-1 System Clock Module
BRT-1 Baud Rate Translator
IRL-5000 Infrared Source Learner
Infrared Flashers
Interconnect Cables with RCA jacks
ADA Bus Cables
Loudspeakers
Ribbon Trigger Cables
Cat 5 cabling with RJ-45 jacks
Paging source
Paging Trigger source
One
Up to Eight
Two Channels of amplification per room-p to Sixteen
One to connect ADA bus components and keypads
Variable depending on system design
Variable depending on system design
Variable depending on system design
One per computer based control system
One if clock display in keypads desired
One if transmitting infrared codes
One to control up to eight infrared controlled components
One per infrared controlled component
One pair for each input and output
One for each ADA Bus connection
Variable-1pair per room
One of input trigger, one for output trigger-Provided by ADA
One run per keypad or other control device
One-optional depending on system design
One-optional depending on system design
Installation Step 2
Unpacking and Inspecting the Suite 8 x 8
Unpack the Suite 8 x 8 from the shipping carton and remove the enclosed AC power cord and 3.5”
floppy disc. While you are unpacking the unit, inspect it thoroughly for possible shipping damage. If
you see any, contact ADA for further instructions. If possible, save and store both the carton and the
packing inserts for possible future transport.
Installation Step 3
Keeping Records for Future Reference
Record the serial number located on the back of your preamplifier in the section below.
Serial #: ____________________________ ADA Dealer: ___________________________
Phone Number______________________ Date of Purchase: ________________________
Installation Step 4
Changing Internal Jumper Settings as Necessary
Before you mount the Suite 8 x 8, you may need to remove the cover panel and change the internal
baud rate and fixed/variable output jumpers to accommodate each specific installation. In most cases,
you should not need to alter the internal jumper settings for baud rate and fixed level output.
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Rack
Mounting
Hole
Suite 8x8
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Gnd
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In 2
Paging
Input/Trigger
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RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE.
NE PAS OUVRIR
Balanced
Trigger
ATTENTION!
Audio Page 5-24V
ADA Bus® MADE IN U.S.A.
Input (600Ω) AC DC
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5
1
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Com (+) (-) (+) (-) Gnd Rx Tx +15V
3/4 ASB
115V3/8 ASB
230VTO DB-9 OR PTM 1225/1260
Replace
WARNING! Risk Of Hazarous Energy! Make Proper Connections.
In 7
In 6
In 8
AVERTISSEMENT! Energie Electrique Dangereuse!
With Same
Gnd
+12VDC In 5
Faire Des Connexions Properes Pour L'Hautparleur.
Value Fuse
In 1
CAUTION: Disconnect Supply Before Servicing.
Triggers In 4
ATTENTION: Debrancher Avant Le Depannage.
In 2
In 3
In 6
5
+12VDC In
In 4
Triggers In 3
TO IRL 5000/ACC 48
Power
Fuse
DC Triggers Paging Input ADA Bus
to Amplifiers and Trigger Connection
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Input
Room
Control Selector Selector
Front and Rear Panel Drawings of the ADA Suite 8 x 8
Analog Audio Outputs
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Analog Audio Inputs
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AUDIO OUTPUTS
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Front Panel Display
AUDIO INPUTS
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OFF
Multi Room Preamplifier
Power
Switch
100 Watts Max Power
AC Inlet
DISPLAY
Suite 8x8
Display
Power Switch
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Baud Rate Jumper
The Suite 8 x 8 leaves the factory with an internal baud rate of 19,200 bps. There is an internal jumper
that allows you to change the baud rate to 1,200 bps if necessary. This jumper is located behind the
toroidal power transformer. The jumper is labeled for 1,200 and 19,200 bps. Simply move the jumper to
the desired 1,200 or 19,200 position. Note: When you set the baud rate internally, make sure that the
baud rate of the control head matches the internal baud rate setting.
Fixed or Variable Output Level Jumpers
There are also eight separate fixed or variable jumper settings for each output. This allows you to set the
output to a fixed level if desired. The factory default setting is variable.
Installation Step 5
Rack Mounting Your ADA Suite 8 x 8
The light weight of the Suite 8 x 8 makes it easily hold it in place while you screw it into the rack. We
recommend using nylon shoulder-type washers in front and behind the faceplate to help isolate the
unit from the rack to prevent mechanical ground loops. The washers also keep the unit from being
scratched.
Installation Step 6
Analog Audio Input Connections to the Suite 8 x 8
Use a standard pair of shielded interconnect cables terminated with RCA plugs on each for each of the
eight analog audio components in the system. Connect the left and right audio output of each
component to one of the eight analog inputs of the Suite 8 x 8. NOTE: Do not use directional cables
with the shield lifted at one end. These type of cables can cause ground loops and subsequent 60 Hz
hum.
When using ADA MC-5000 components, follow the button format layout for each component. The
standard input sequence for the MC-5000 is as follows:
Input 1=FM1
Input 5=CD2
Input 2=FM2
Input 6=DSS
Input 3=AM
Input 7=DVD
Input 4=CD1
Input 8=AUX
Analog Audio Source Component
Output
Left Output
Right Output
Interconnect Cables terminated with RCA Jacks
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Figure #2 Analog Audio Input Connections to the Suite 8 x 8
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Installation Step 7
Output Connections to a Multichannel Power Amplifier
Use a pair of shielded interconnect cables terminated with RCA plugs for each of the eight analog
audio outputs to the power amplifier(s). Connect the left and right audio output of each room the Suite
8 x 8 will be controlling to the corresponding input of the power amplifiers.
Depending on the power required for the speakers in your system, we recommend using two ADA
PTM-850 eight-channel power amplifiers for use with the Suite 8 x 8. NOTE: DO NOT use directional
cables with the shield lifted at one end.
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AUDIO OUTPUTS
Suite 8 x 8 Output
CAUTION
480 WATTS MAX
115 V
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
4 ASB - 115V~
2 ASB - 230V~
ATTENTION!
RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE.
NE PAS OUVRIR
VOLTAGE
SELECTOR
MADE IN U.S.A.
115V~/60Hz
230V~/50Hz
Bypass
Trigger
ZONE 1
All Zones
12VDC
1(-) 2(+)
1 2 3
ZONE 2
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16-2
ZONE 3
16-2
4
Individual
Zones
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16-2
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- -L+
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10K
1
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R
10K
+
+
Multichannel Power
Amplifier Input
+
Output to Room Speakers
+
+
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Figure # 3 Output Connections a Multichannel Power Amplifier
Installation Step 8
Connecting the Source Trigger to the ACC 48 and IRL-5000
Connect a nine-conductor ribbon connector terminated with a male DB-9 connector from the Input
Voltage Trigger to both the ACC-48 and the IRL-5000. Please contact ADA if you need a ribbon
connector for the ACC 48 and IRL 500. We will provide the necessary ribbon cable for whatever
length you need.
The input trigger permits the power to be removed from source components when they are not being
used to preserve the life of the device. Whenever you select an input via an ADA keypad or other
software command, the Suite 8 x 8 provides a constant +12 DC voltage between ground (Pin 1) and
the corresponding pin on the upper DB-9 connector.
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Installation Step 9
Connecting the Output Voltage Trigger to Power Amplifiers
If you are using an ADA amplifier with a DB-9 connector like the PTM-1225, connect a nine-conductor
ribbon connector from the Output Voltage Trigger output to the power amplifier’s DB-9 trigger connector.
If you are using a power amplifier with a trigger connector other than a DB-9, you’ll need to create a
special triggering cable with a DB-9 on one end and something else (screw terminal, 1/8” mini jack, etc.)
on the other. Follow the Suite 8 x 8’s termination diagram below in order to accommodate the amplifier’s
different trigger cable.
Please contact ADA if you need a ribbon connector for the ACC 48 and IRL 500. We will provide the
necessary ribbon cable for whatever length you need. Note: The Suite 8 x 8’s triggering circuitry can
supply up to 250 mA of current to trigger on an amplifier(s). Do not exceed this current limit or an
internal fuse may blow.
Installation Step 10
Connecting a Paging Source to the Suite 8 x 8’s Paging Input
Use a shielded two-conductor microphone cable to connect the output from your paging source (telephone
system, paging microphone, etc.) to the Suite 8 x 8. The 600 ohm paging input is terminated on the rear
panel with a removable 5-pin connector and has the following configuration:
Pin 1: ground; Pin 2: Positive (+); Pin 3: Negative (-); Pin 4: -DC (AC) trigger; Pin 5: +DC (AC) trigger
1 2 3 4
IR Repeating Only
40KHz
IR Repeat
Frequency
ADA/232
Data/Carrier
Serial
Data Only
Off
Norm Invert
Repeater
Serial
IR - Serial Data Only
IR Flasher=Remove Jumper
Serial Direct=Insert Jumper
RS-232
Pins
2=Tx
3=Rx
5=Com
1
Repeater
IR - Serial
Source Ports: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
RS-232
2
Off Norm Invert
3
Repeater
IR - Serial
Serial
Data Only
Off
Norm Invert
ADA Bus
Repeater
Serial
IR - Serial Data Only
4
Off Norm Invert
IRL-5000
Source Controller
5
Repeater
IR - Serial
Serial
Data Only
Off
Norm Invert
Repeater
Serial
IR - Serial Data Only
Telehone Input
Connect To Mainframe
Source DC Triggers &
ACC-48 AC Controllers
Paging Output
6
Off Norm Invert
Power On/Off IR Macro
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Repeater
IR - Serial
Serial
Data Only
Off
Norm Invert
Balanced
Audio Page
Input (600Ω)
1
2
3
Com (+) (-)
Repeater
Serial
IR - Serial Data Only
Off Norm Invert
+12 Vdc
Trigger
Output
4
5
(+) (-)
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Ribbon Cable to Connect
Input and Input Triggers
to IRL 5000
Telephone Paging Source
with Voltage Trigger
TO IRL 5000/ACC 48
Paging
Input/Trigger
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+12VDC In
In 4
Triggers In 3
In 7
Balanced
Trigger
Audio Page 5-24V
Input (600Ω) AC DC
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3
4
5
Com (+) (-) (+) (-)
In 8
Gnd
In 1
In 2
ATTENTION!
RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE.
NE PAS OUVRIR
MADE IN U.S.A.
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3/4 ASB
115V3/8 ASB
230V-
R
TO DB-9 OR PTM 1225/1260
In 7
In 8
Gnd
In 1
In 2
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2
Gnd Rx
In 6
+12VDC In 5
Triggers In 4
In 3
AUDIO OUTPUTS
100 Watts Max Power
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
ADA Bus®
Replace
3
4
Tx +15V With Same
Value Fuse
Ribbon Cable to Connect
Input and Input Triggers
CAUTION
480 WATTS MAX
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
115 V
4 ASB - 115V~
2 ASB - 230V~
ATTENTION!
WARNING! Risk Of Hazardous Energy!
Make Proper Connections.
AVERTISSEMENT! Energie Electrique Dangereuse! Faire Des
Connexions Propres Pour L'Hautparleur.
Voir La Notice De Fonctionnement.
RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE.
NE PAS OUVRIR
VOLTAGE
SELECTOR
CAUTION: Disconnect Supply Cord Before Servicing.
ATTENTION: Debrancher Avant Le Depannage.
MADE IN U.S.A.
115V~/60Hz
230V~/50Hz
Bypass
Trigger
PTM-1225
12 Channel Power Amp
DO NOT SHORT OUTPUTS!
ZONE 1
All Zones
12VDC
1(-) 2(+)
ZONE 2
L
16-2
1 2 3
L
16-2
+R- -L+
4
Individual
Zones
+
10K
10K
ZONE 4
L
16-2
+R- -L+
10K
ZONE 5
L
16-2
+R- -L+
R
10K
ZONE 6
L
16-2
+R- -L+
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ZONE 3
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Figure #4 Suite 8 x 8 Trigger and Paging Connections
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This line level paging input can be connected to the audio output of a telephone systems or some other
type of paging component. We recommend that you use a balanced connection of the paging input
whenever possible. We recommend using a balanced source whenever possible. If you are using an
unbalanced paging source, connect the signal across the positive (+) and negative (-) terminals only.
Installation Step 11
Connecting a Paging Trigger Source to the Paging Input Trigger
Use any two-conductor 18-22 AWG wire from the AC or DC source that will activate the paging
trigger input. The AC/DC triggering source is connected across pins 4 (-) and 5 (+) of the paging input
connector. If you are connecting an AC source for external page triggering, you can connect the source
in either direction.
Installation Step 12
Terminating ADA Bus® Cables
Use shielded three-conductor 18 AWG wire to make all ADA bus connections for the Suite 8 x 8 and
other ADA Bus components. The relatively thick ADA bus wire makes it possible to connect multiple
ADA components on a single bus over very long wire runs. The pin configuration is as follows:
Pin 1=Ground Pin 2=Feedback Terminal (TX)
Pin 3=Control Terminal (RX) Pin 4= +15-24 Vdc supply voltage.
1. Cut a section of shielded three-conductor wire to the desired length for each ADA Bus cable you
want to terminate.
2. Strip the outer insulation to expose the shield and three separate conductors.
3. For each of the three conductors in the shielded wire, strip just enough insulation from the wire to
expose 1/4" of bare wire to fit into the connector.
4. Unravel the shield and prepare it as a separate conductor by twisting it tightly clockwise.
5. Loosen each of the four setscrews on each connector with a small flat blade screwdriver (1/8” wide)
enough to insert the stripped bare speaker wire.
6. Before inserting the wire into the connector, twist all its strands tightly to prevent strays that could
cause a short circuit. You may want to “tin” the stripped wire with solder to prevent it from fraying
and oxidizing.
7. Follow the pin configuration listed above, but always use the shield for the ground (pin 1).
8. Insert the stripped bare wire into the connector and tighten the setscrews firmly into the place with
a small flat blade screwdriver. Do not over tighten.
9. Repeat steps 1-8 for each ADA Bus cable in the system.
Installation Step 14
Connecting the Suite 8 x 8 to the WH-2000 Wiring Harness
The WH-2000 wiring harness provides a central connection point for all ADA Bus components such
as the ISO 232, BRT-1, or CMB-1. There are also eight RJ-45 connectors for ADA keypads. Connect
the ADA Bus output of the Suite 8 x 8 to the input of the WH-2000. It is important to connect the
ADA Bus output of the Suite 8 x 8 to the first terminal labeled J1 on the WH 2000 to adequately
supply power to all the ADA Bus components and keypads.
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Installation Step 15
Connecting Additional ADA Bus Components to the WH-2000
Connect the other ADA Bus components to the ADA Bus connectors 1, 2 and 3. You can also use the
loop output of the WH-2000 to another WH-2000 if necessary. However, a single WH-2000 should
be enough in most systems. If you do not need an additional WH-2000, you can use the loop output
connector on the WH-2000 for a fourth ADA Bus component.
Installation Step 16
Interfacing a Computer Based Control System to the ADA Bus
Connecting the ADA bus to a computer or computer based control system requires the addition of the
ADA ISO-232 serial communication isolation box. The ISO-232 not only permits trouble free twoway RS-232 communication, but it also provides the necessary isolation and prevents ground loops in
the control system from generating noise in the Suite 8 x 8’s audio circuitry. To connect the ISO-232
into the system:
1. Use a standard serial cable to connect the RS-232 serial output DB-9 connector from the computer
or computer based control system to the DB-9 connector on the ISO-232. Note that Pin 5 is
Ground, Pin 2 =Control, and Pin 3 = Feedback.
2. Connect a terminated ADA Bus cable from the ISO-232 to the Suite 8 x 8 or WH 2000 wiring
harness.
Installation Step 17
Terminating Cat 5 wire with RJ-45 Connectors
Terminating Cat 5 cable with RJ-45 connectors can vary depending on the jacks and crimper used,
please refer to the instructions that accompany the connectors and crimper you prefer using. Simply
follow the 568-B Cat 5 wiring diagram below. Do not use crossover type cables when connecting
ADA keypads.
Conductor (Non Tab) Side of RJ-45 Connector
Pin 1
Pin 8
Pin 8
Pin 1
Standard (568-B) Cat 5 RJ-45 Wiring Scheme
PIN #
COLOR
PIN 1
PIN 2
PIN 3
PIN 4
PIN 5
PIN 6
PIN 7
PIN 8
ORANGE/WHITE
ORANGE
GREEN/WHITE
BLUE
BLUE/WHITE
GREEN
BROWN/WHITE
BROWN
FUNCTION
+20V
GND
TXRX+
RXTX+
+20V
GND
Installation Step 18
Connecting the ADA Keypads to the WH-2000
The MC-5000 and MC-5011 keypads are connected to the WH-2000 wiring harness with Cat 5
cable terminated with RJ-45 connectors. This makes it easier to pull wire to all the eight zones of a
Suite 8 x 8. Each WH-2000 has eight RJ-45 connectors and four ADA Bus connections. If necessary,
WH-2000s can be daisy chained together for additional ADA Bus components and keypads.
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DVD
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AUDIO OUTPUTS
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In 8
Gnd
In 1
In 2
IR Repeat
Frequency
IR Flasher=Remove Jumper
Serial Direct=Insert Jumper
Data/Carrier
Source Ports: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1
2
Gnd Rx
CAUTION
ATTENTION!
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE.
NE PAS OUVRIR
3/4 ASB
115V3/8 ASB
230V-
MADE IN U.S.A.
Replace
3
4
Tx +15V With Same
Value Fuse
1 2 3 4
Off
Norm Invert
Off
Norm Invert
Off
Off Norm Invert
Repeater
Serial
IR - Serial Data Only
Serial
Data Only
Repeater
IR - Serial
Off Norm Invert
Repeater
Serial
IR - Serial Data Only
Serial
Data Only
Repeater
IR - Serial
Off Norm Invert
Repeater
Serial
IR - Serial Data Only
Serial
Data Only
Norm Invert
Off Norm Invert
Repeater
IR - Serial
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Suite 8x8
ADA Bus Connection from Suite 8 x 8 to WH 2000
Connect To Mainframe
Source DC Triggers &
ACC-48 AC Controllers
Power On/Off IR Macro
Source Controller
Serial
Data Only
ADA Bus Connections from WH 2000
to ISO 232 and IRL 5000
Norm Invert
Repeater
Serial
IR - Serial Data Only
Off
Repeater
IR - Serial
1 2 3 4
IR Repeating Only
40KHz
IRL-5000
ADA Bus
RS-232
ADA/232
1 2 3 4
(TuneBase)
Reverse
Normal
ADA BUS
ISO-232
RS-232
ADA Bus®
RS-232
Pins
2=Tx
3=Rx
5=Com
Balanced
Trigger
Audio Page 5-24V
Input (600Ω) AC DC
5
1
2
3
4
Com (+) (-) (+) (-)
Paging
Input/Trigger
TO IRL 5000/ACC 48
TO DB-9 OR PTM 1225/1260
In 7
In 8
In 6
Gnd
+12VDC In 5
In 1
Triggers In 4
In 3
In 2
In 6
5
+12VDC In
In 4
Triggers In 3
RJ45
RJ45
RJ45
RJ45
RJ45
RJ45
RJ45
Figure #5 Control Connections to the Suite 8 x 8
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J4
J3
J2
J1
Infrared Flasher
Cat 5 Cable with RJ-45
connectors for MC-5000
and MC-5011 keypads
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FM
DSS
CD2
OFF
CD1
AM
VOL
FM2
FM1
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BASS
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VOL
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RJ45
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
WH-2000 Conneting Block
RS-232 Cable to connect ISO232 to ADA Bus for touchscreen controller
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Installation Step 19
AC Power Connection
Connect the detachable IEC-65 AC power cable to the AC receptacle. Once you are sure that the
power switches to the Suite 8 x 8 and power amplifiers are in the off (down) position, Plug the AC cord
into a live AC outlet.
Installation Step 20
Configuring the Suite 8 x 8 with the PCOS Testing Program
The Suite 8 x 8 PC control program was developed to help configure and program the Suite 8 x 8
system for use with external control components such as ADA keypads as well as third party computer
control systems from AMX, Vantage, and Crestron. All control functions are emulated in this program
including source selection, volume, mute, tone controls, and party and page grouping.
Loading the Suite 8 Control Testing Program
The Suite 8 Control Tester program is included on a 3.5” floppy disc with your Suite 8 x 8. In order to
use the program, you’ll need to load onto your computer’s hard drive. To load the program:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Load the 3.5” floppy disc into your computer
Double click on My Computer on your computer’s desktop
Double click on the icon for the 3.5” floppy disc
Drag the Suite 8 x 8 Tester Folder to the desired location anywhere on your C: drive.
Opening the Suite 8 x 8 Tester Program
1. Double click on the folder that contains the Suite 8 x 8 Tester.
2. Locate the icon for the program file called ADA Suite 8 x 8 Tester.
3. Double click on the ADA icon to open the program.
Configuration Page
When the Suite 8 x 8 tester program is first opened, the main configuration page is displayed. It is here
where you first set up communication from the PC to the Suite 8 x 8.
Setting Com Port
Insure that the correct COM port is selected for the PC you are using. It will typically be COM 1 if the
PC is not communicating properly with the Suite 8 x 8, the program will default to the demo mode. On
the opening configuration page of the program, select the necessary appropriate COM port.
Setting the Baud Rate
When the correct COM port is selected, the current baud rate (1,200 or 19,200) will be highlighted.
While in the configuration page, you can check all the inputs and all the rooms in the Input/Output
section. You can also check the internal software version with the global version request function.
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ASCII Communication
When the Suite 8 x 8 control program is communicating properly with the Suite 8 x 8, a corresponding
ASCII code is displayed. This feedback code appears along the top of the program window in response
to the control code being sent. Further, when a command has been selected, the corresponding control
button will change from gray to red.
Room Control Page
After selecting the Room Control page, you can control all of the audio parameters for each room.
Select any of the eight room numbers with the pull-down room window. Once the room is selected,
the numeric fields for volume, maximum volume, paging volume, treble and bass will be displayed at
their current level. Other values are also displayed such as all off, room off, or current audio input as well
as turn-on option, stereo-L/R mode, tone control settings on/off, party groupings and page groupings.
The image below details the entire Room Control page.
Whenever you select any function in the Room Control Page, the active button will turn red. To
update the PC’s display with this room’s status, you will need to press the square red button located in
the lower left-hand corner of the window. If you select the “Request info after selection”, the page will
be updated automatically.
Input Selection
To select a source within each room, you can press the input up or down button, or you can access the
source directly by selecting input buttons 1 through 8.
Volume Control
Volume is controlled in two ways, there is the volume up and down commands that raise and lower
volume levels from 0-40. You can also do a volume direct command that enters a value using the slider
control as the slider is released.
Maximum Volume Level
This setting prevents the room’s volume from ever exceeding beyond a preset maximum level. To set
the maximum volume level, simply position the slider to the desired position.
Volume Presets
There are four volume presets. To store a preset for a specific volume level, set the volume to that level
and then press either one of the four volume preset store buttons. To recall a volume preset, press the
corresponding recall button. Volume preset number 1 is recalled when the zone turns on providing that
the zone is set to turn on with recall 1.
Mute Commands
Again, there are two options for mute. The mute on command engages mute, while the unmute
command returns sound. Repeated pressing of the toggle button will switch between mute and unmute.
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Bass, Mid & Treble Control
Bass, Mid, and Treble are controlled in two ways, there is the standard up and down commands which
will raise and lower bass, mid and treble levels over a range from -12 dB to +12 dB (-12 dB to + 16 dB
for bass) with 0 dB being flat. Tones levels are stepped numerically in two dB increments. There are
also tone direct commands that you can enter using the slider control.
Loudness & Stereo Enhancement Filters
There are two additional filters associated with tones. The loudness filter engages additional bass. The
stereo enhancement filter opens the stereo imaging of the sound stage.
Tone Presets
There are four tone presets. To store a preset for a specific tone setting, set the tone controls to the
desired levels and then press one of the four tone preset store buttons. To recall a tone preset, press the
corresponding recall button. The Loudness and Stereo Enhancement settings are also be stored into
each of the four presets when setting tones into preset.
Zone Turn-On Preset
Each room of the Suite 8 x 8 can be set to either turn on to its last used state or to Turn On With Recall
1. When recalling with preset 1, Volume Preset 1, Tone Preset 1, and Balance Preset 1 are all recalled
as the zone turns on. This provides the ability to store ideal acoustic characteristics when a room is first
turned on. This setting also prevents a room from coming on with inappropriate volume, bass, treble, or
balance settings, even if these settings where used the last time the room was on. Note that the tone
controls, loudness, stereo enhancement, and mute status are also active when Turn On With Recall 1
is chosen.
Balance Control
The Balance function allows you to change the relative level of each channel toward the left or right up
to 40 dB in 1 dB increments, the Equal button centers between right and left channels. There are two
balance presets. To store a balance preset, set the balance control to the desired level and then press one
of the two store buttons. To recall the balance level, press the appropriate Recall button. Balance preset
number one is recalled when the zone turns on providing the zone is set to turn on to Recall 1.
Mono Selector
By selecting mono, both right and left channels from the input source are summed together. This
feature is useful in rooms where there may be space for only one speaker such as a sauna or shower so
you can still hear both channels of audio from the source.
Party Grouping
Party grouping has two useful features. The first is the ability for several zones to turn on to a single
source with one command. This is useful for entertaining, hence the name “party groups”. You can
assign several rooms to any party group number, and call up the grouped rooms to the same source at a
preset level and tone setting with a single command. There are a total of four party groups available
with the Suite 8 x 8.
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The second feature of party grouping can be used for multiple rooms that are physically connected
together. This is convenient when you’d like to group connected rooms together such as a foyer, living
room and dining room and be able to turn them all on from any one of the rooms. The MC-5000
keypad can be programmed to have the input source be changed in all the rooms in a party group when
you select any input within the party group.
Page Grouping
Page grouping is set and cleared on a per room basis much like party grouping. Paging groups 1-6 are
serially controlled. Paging group 7 is non-operational in the Suite 8 x 8. Paging group 8 is triggered via
a low voltage AC or DC source. Simply set the Page Grouping button for each paging group you want
the room to be included in during a page.
Paging Volume Level
The volume level for pages is independent of the room’s volume level and is set by the slider control.
When a page is engaged, the room ramps to that volume level, the tone controls are set to flat, and the
filters are turned off. When the page is released, the room returns to the previous levels and input. If the
room was off, it will return to the off state. The left and right balance settings will also be equal.
Group 8 Page Release Time
When you assign rooms into page group 8, you initiate a page by applying an AC or DC voltage across
pins 4 and 5 of the paging connector. When the voltage is applied, the source that was playing will be
interrupted as long as the voltage is applied. The Page release time slider lets you keep the paging
circuit active for a predetermined time even after the voltage is removed. This is handy if your paging
trigger key comes from a momentary voltage source because the source that was playing would come
back on the instant the voltage is removed. You can set the paging release time to as much as 99
seconds after the paging trigger voltage is removed.
Global Room Control Page
The global room control tab features both party group and paging triggers as well as the input level trim
controls. The red button in the lower right hand corner is the update information request button.
Party Buttons
Pressing any of the four Party buttons will engage all the rooms assigned to the group. This feature
allows you to turn on several rooms at a preset level and tone settings with the single press of a button.
As described earlier, there are four separate party groups that can be engaged.
Input Level Trim Adjustment
The trim level adjustment can lower the input of level of a source component. This feature allows you
to match the levels of all the sources so they have the same apparent loudness. To set the input trim,
first determine which source is the softest and then reduce the other louder sources to match the
softest source. The trim adjustments should only be used to match source levels when first setting up
the Suite 8 x 8. We don’t recommend using this command in a typical command string.
Paging Groups
You can page the paging groups that you set up in the Room Control page with the six paging group
buttons. You also have the choice of direct pages to a specific room with the direct page function.
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Paging Control Page
The paging control section permits you to simulate paging triggers. The first six triggers are only
controlled serially. A control code needs to be issued in order to activate paging triggers 1 through 6.
Paging group 8 is the low voltage trigger paging group, hardwired directly to the back of the Suite 8 x
8. When engaging any of the paging groups, you can remove a room from being paged by selecting the
page all except the desired room number pull down window. You can also activate paging to a single
room on this page. For direct paging, select the room number and then press the page button. When a
page is activated, you must turn paging off before rooms return to their previous state. Once a page is
initiated, it will remain on until it is turned off again. In the case of trigger 8, the paging turns off when
the external trigger is removed. If paging is on, there are two ways to turn it off. If a room is being
paged, selecting an alternate source input will turn the paging off for just that room. You can also reset
the system by turning the master power switch off on the front of the Suite 8 x 8. Note: you can create
an all room page by selecting Page room 99.
Installation Step 21
Controlling the Suite 8 x 8 with the Front Panel Control Knobs
ADA Suite 8 x 8 Front Panel Control Display-Main Menu
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Top Display: Shows the normal display layout.
Other displays: Show range of parameter settings.
Shaded Cells: Show possible cursor locations and the first letter of parameter.
Non-bolded lettering: Cells that can be adjusted or labeled
Bolded text: Fixed labels and parameters.
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Navigating the Control Display-Left Knob
1. Pressing the left knob: Moves the cursor to select volume and tone parameters. The cursor blinks
over the first letter of each parameter.
2. Rotating the left knob: Adjusts the level of the parameter the cursor is blinking on.
NOTE: Room must be on for tone controls and volume to operate
3. If you do not press or rotate the knob within thirty seconds, the cursor reverts to Volume control.
VOL: (Volume Level) Increases or decreases volume for room selected.
BASS:
(Bass Level) Increases or decreases bass level for room selected.
MID: (Midrange Level) Increases or decreases midrange for room selected.
TREB: (Treble Level) Increases or decreases treble for room selected.
LD:
(Loudness Contour On of Off ) Clockwise=On, Counterclockwise=Off.
SE: (Stereo Enhancement) Clockwise=On, Counterclockwise=Off.
ST/MN
(Stereo/Mono) Clockwise=Stereo Counterclockwise=Mono.
TONE (Tone Preset Recall 1-4, Flat) Clockwise=Recall Ascending, Counterclockwise=Recall
descending.
Navigating the Control Display-Center Knob
1. Rotating the Center Input Knob: Sequentially scrolls through all eight inputs then off.
2. Pressing the Center Input Knob: Selects the input that is displayed in the second row. Once the
knob is pressed and the selection made, the chosen input becomes active and the top row also
displays the active input. Pressing the knob when OFF is displayed turns the room off and * ROOM
OFF is displayed. Note: If you have installed a CMB-I clock module, instead of * ROOM OFF,
this line will display the date and time instead of ALL OFF: i.e.: *FEB 25, 2003 12:30 PM.
3. Holding the Center Input Knob: To turn off all rooms rotate the Center Input knob and scroll to the
Off mode, then press and hold the Center Input knob for four seconds. ALL OFF is then dis
played on the top row to indicate that all rooms are turned off.
Navigating the Control Display-Right Knob
1. Rotating the Right Room Knob: Sequentially changes the active room. As you scroll through the
rooms, all the settings for that room (volume, tone, etc.) are also displayed. NOTE: You can limit
the amount of room numbers in the Setup Menu.
2. Pressing the Right Room Knob: Pressing the knob toggles the input mode through NORMAL,
PARTY 1, 2, 3 or 4. When in any party mode, any input selection executed will be a party command.
The NORMAL mode only sets the source for the selected room
3. Holding the Right Room Knob: For fifteen seconds to enter the Setup Menu.
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Installation Step 22
Configuring the Suite 8 x 8 with the Front Panel Control Head
Holding the Right Room Knob: for fifteen seconds to enter the Setup Menu. Once the setup
menu is displayed, rotate the left knob to move cursor to each code number, and then rotate the Center
Input knob to change each of the four code numbers until 1867 is displayed. The display will then
change to show all the available setup parameters. Note: you can escape the setup menu by selecting
the <M main menu button.
ADA Suite 8 x 8 Front Panel Control Display-System Setup
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Top Display: Shows the Enter Setup and code entry display.
Other displays: Shows different available setup parameters.
Shaded Cells: Show possible cursor locations and the first letter of setup parameter.
Non-bolded lettering: Cells that can be adjusted or labeled
Bolded text: Fixed labels and parameters.
Navigating the Setup Menu-Left Volume Knob
1. Rotating the left knob: Moves the cursor to select setup parameters. The cursor blinks over the first
letter of each parameter.
2. Pressing the left knob: Selects parameter the cursor is blinking on and opens up parameter submenu.
Also will advance to secondary submenus or go to Previous (<P) or Main Menu (M>).
Navigating the Setup Menu-Center Input Knob
Rotating the center knob: Adjusts the level of the parameter the cursor is blinking on. Also advances
the cursor to change the Room labeling, and Input labeling, and system clock.
Notes:
1. There are twelve available characters to label the Room and eleven characters available for labeling
the input source.
2. In order for the date and time to display, you must install the CMB-1 module on the ADA Bus.
Navigating the Setup Menu-Right Room Knob
Pressing and holding the right knob: As mentioned earlier, holding down the Right Room knob for
fifteen seconds opens the setup menu. This knob is also used when labeling the rooms and inputs.
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Installation Step 23
Setting Up MC-5011 Keypads for Use with the Suite 8 x 8
The MC-5011 Keypad fits into a single-gang box with a Decora bezel and is wired using standard Cat.
5 cable with RJ-45 connectors on each end. It is then connected into one of the eight RJ-45 connectors
in the WH-200 wiring harness. There are eight standard pre-made source formats listed here:
Format 1
Format 2
Format 3
Format 4
Format 5
Format 6
Format 7
Format 8
FM1
FM1
FM1
FM1
FM1
FM1
FM1
FM1
FM2
FM2
FM2
FM2
FM2
FM2
FM2
FM2
AM
AM
AM
FM3
FM3
FM3
CD1
CD1
CD1
CD1
CD1
CD1
CD1
CD1
CD2
CD2
CD2
CD2
CD2
CD2
CD2
CD2
DSS
DSS
DSS
CD3
DSS
DSS
CD3
DSS
DSS
DSS
DVD
DSS
DSS
DVD
DSS
DSS
DVD
AUX
AUX
DVD
AUX
AUX
DVD
AUX
AUX
AUX
Note: Each source listed above corresponds to Source inputs one through eight on the Suite 8 x 8.
Custom formats are also available at an additional charge. However, you are limited to three characters
to describe each source name.
The MC-5011 features a bank of twelve DIP Switches. Switches 1 and 2 determine system model.
Switch 3 sets baud rate (1,200,19,200); Switch 4 sets light dimming, Switch 5, 6, and 7 set source
control, and switches 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 set room number. There are also two removable jumpers on
the MC 5011. One controls the IR receiver and the second jumper turns the LED’s off when the
system is off. With jumper is set to night mode, when the room is on, the keypad functions as normal:
the selected source is red, while all other buttons are green. When the room is off but the system is still
on elsewhere, all buttons are off with the exception of the OFF button, which will glow red, indicating
the system is still on somewhere. When the system is off, all buttons are off. This chart illustrates the
basic settings of the MC-5011 in a Suite 8 x 8 system: More detailed information about the MC-5011
is included with the keypad.
DIP SWITCH #
1
2
3
4
SUITE 16, 8 x 8 @ 1200
ON/OFF
ON
ON
SUITE 16, 8 x 8 @ 19200
ON/OFF
ON
OFF
LED Brightness Norm
ON
LED Brightness Dim
OFF
DIP SWITCH #
SETTING 1
SETTING 2
SETTING 3
SETTING 4
SETTING 5
SETTING 6
SETTING 7
SETTING 8
5
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
6
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
7
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
SOURCE CONTROL OPTIONS
Keypad Source buttons 1-8 correspond to IRL outputs 1-8
Keypad Source buttons 1-3 = ADA Tuner; Buttons 4-8 = IRL 5000 Outputs 4-8
Keypad Source buttons 1-3 = ADA Tuner; Button 4 = special CD; Buttons 5-8= IRL 5000 Outputs 5-8
Keypad Source buttons 1-3 = ADA Tuner; Buttons 4, 5 = special CD; Buttons 6-8= IRL 5000 Outputs 6-8
Keypad Source buttons 1-2 = ADA Tuner; Buttons 3-8 = IRL 5000 Outputs 3-8
Keypad Source buttons 1-2 = ADA Tuner; Button 3 = special CD; Buttons 4-8= IRL 5000 Outputs 4-8
Keypad Source buttons 1-2 = ADA Tuner; Buttons 3-4 = special CD; Buttons 5-8= IRL 5000 Outputs 5-8
Buttons 4 = special CD; Buttons 1-3 & 5-8 = IRL 5000 Outputs 1-3 & 5-8
Note: Special CD Setting for Aquarius or Escient Pro MkII
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DIP SWITCH #
8
9
10
11
12
ROOM 1
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ROOM 2
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ROOM 3
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ROOM 4
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ON
ON
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OFF
ROOM 5
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ON
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ROOM 6
ON
ON
OFF
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ROOM 7
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ROOM 8
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OFF
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ROOM 9
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Installation Step 24
Setting Up MC-5000 Keypads for Use with the Suite 8 x 8
When using the MC-5000 to control the Suite 8 x 8, you need to configure many of its parameters
including display, baud rate, and display modes. Once you are in the setup mode, you can easily set all
the keypad’s parameters and also upload most settings to all the MC-5000s in the system from a single
location with the upload command.
Another option of configuring all the MC-5000 keypads in system are also available for configuration
and upload using the MC-5000 keypad uploader program available at www.ada-usa.com. This program
also allows you to save all the settings on file for later recall.
Entering the MC-5000 Setup Menu-Extra Button
Hold down the EXTRA button for five seconds until the MC-5000’s twelve character display to reads
CODE: __ __ __ __. At this point, you can enter one of several codes to configure the MC-5000s.
The following chart below shows the available setup codes and how to change them. Most of the setup
parameters only change between two or three states. However, other modes including the installer
setup provides more detailed configuration options and allow you to upload the changes to all the MC5000s in the system. If you have programmed MC-5000 keypads before, the chart is meant to be a
quick reference guide. For a detailed flowchart for setting up the MC-5000, refer to Appendix A
MC-5000 Code Menu Functions
1111
TEST KEYS
1112
IR ON/OFF TOGGLE
1113
DISPLAY BLANK TOGGLE
1115
CLOCK SETUP
1116
ROOM NUMBER
1117
BAUD RATE 1200
1118
BAUD RATE 19200
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Demonstration Keypad Mode
Turns Keypad IR Receiver On & Off
Blanks out display when system is off after 5 seconds
Set Date And Time
Sets Zone Keypad Zone Number
Sets Keypad Baud Rate To 1200 Baud
Sets Keypad Baud Rate To 19200 Baud
Enters Installer Setup Menu
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ADA MC-5000 Keypad Installer Mode Quick Reference Chart
Enter Setup Menu By holding Down EXTRA for five seconds and entering 1867
INPUT CONFIG
INPUT CONFIG
NORMAL INPUT
PARTY GROUP 1
PARTY GROUP 2
PARTY GROUP 3
PARTY GROUP 4
IR LEARNER
ADA TUNER
SPECIAL CD
LVI
NO FUNCTION
IRL ADDRESS (N) (1-8)
TUNER ADRS (N) (1-8)
SPECIAL CD (N)
(1-8)
LVI (N)
(1-8)
SOURCE LABEL
STANDARD LABEL
CUSTOM LABEL
FORMAT (N)
INPUT 1
CHECK SETUP
INPUT 1-16
SOURC CONTRL
IRL (N) OUT (N)
TUNER OUT
(1-8)
(1-3)
NONE OK
(1-8)
(1-16)
(1-41) VOL UP/DWN
(1-16) Pre-made (N)
Re-label (16 Char) (A-Z)
Automatic Display
PROGRAM ALL
UPLOAD READY
TO ABORT, PRESS <
Most navigation is accomplished with the by using the following buttons:
The play (>) button: Generally functions as the enter button and selects the displayed menu to be.
The back (<) button: Generally functions as the back button to back up to the main menu.
The FF and RW (<< and >>) buttons: Generally function as the scroll buttons button to change between menu options.
The Vol up and Vol Down buttons: Function as secondary scroll buttons to change the label library
The Stop and Pause buttons: Function to change the cursor position for labeling.
Menu items in bold can be scrolled within each column by pressing the >> key. Enter the next submenu
column by pressing the > button. A greyed cell indicates subsequent sub menu that can be accessed by
pressing the > button. Sub menu settings are selected using the << and >> scroll buttons. Pressing the
< button at any time backs out of the submenu toward the main menu.Here is an example of configuring
the MC-5000 for operation: In this example, the MC-5000 will address the Trinity Tuner at Address 1
and Output 1: All other MC-500 programming follows this configuration sequence. Refer to the table
above for a quick reference. A complete flow chart for programming the MC-5000 keypads is in
Appendix A of this manual.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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Press and hold the EXTRA button for five seconds until CODE _ _ _ _ appears.
Press the top first, eighth, seventh, sixth (1867) in succession to enter the setup function.
The source level setup menu appears in the keypad display
Press the << or >> scroll buttons until SOURCE CONTRL appears in the display.
Press > to select the SOURCECONTRL menu. The first option to change is IR LEARNER
Press the << or >> until TUNER ADRS appears in the display.
Press > to select the TUNER ADRS menu. The first option to change is TUNER1-OUT1
Press the << or >> until TUNER1-OUT1 appears in the display.
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FM
AM
2
CD
<
<
<
You can use up to eight Special CD
Players (Aquarius Outputs)
The LVI is a contact closure device
which provides relay control of
components. You can use up to eight
LVI devices.
The NO FUNCTION option will permit
the keypad source button to select a
device but not control it.
<
<
>>
While you can use up to nine Trinity
Tuner’s per system (for 27 radio
stations), typically the most common
addressed used is TUNER ADRS 1.
While you can use up to nine IRL5000’s per system (for 72 IR ports),
typically the most common addressed
used is IRL ADDRESS 1.
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DS
S
CODE: 1 8 6 7
CD
1
>
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<<
>>
LVI
>>
>NO FUNCTION
>
<<
> SPECIAL CD
<<
> ADA TUNER
<<
> IR LEARNER
<
SOURCE CNTRL
Using the 8 source buttons enter the code
"1867", where 1 is the source on the far left
(FM1) and eight is on the far right (AUX)
CODE: _ _ _ _
INPUT CONFIG
Press &
Hold EXTRA
EXTRA
FM
D
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<
<
<
<
<<
X
AU
1
FM
>
>
>
>
>>
2
FM
<
<
>>
>>
AM
1
CD
LVI 1
2
CD
SPECIAL CD 1
TUNER
>
ADRS 9
<<
TUNER ADRS 1
IRL
> ADDRESS9
<<
IRL ADDRESS1
SOURCE LABEL
INSTALLER
Source Control
S
DS
>>
D
DV
<<
<<
<
<
<
<
<<
X
AU
>>
>>
>
>
>
>
>>
When the desired source
control option is
displayed, press the
corresponding source
button to lock the control.
LVI 2
SPECIAL CD 2
TUNER9-OUT1
TUNER1-OUT1
IRL 9 OUT 1
IRL 1 OUT 1
CHECK SETUP
<<
<<
<<
<<
<<
<<
<<
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
NONE OK
LVI OK
CD OK
TUNER OK
IRL OK
LVI 3
SPECIAL CD 8
TUNER9-OUT3
TUNER1-OUT3
IRL 9 OUT 8
IRL 1 OUT 8
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AM
1
CD
2
>>
SOURCE CNTRL
STANDARD SOURCE FORMATS
BY NUMBER
<<
DS
CODE: 1 8 6 7
CD
Using the 8 source buttons enter the code
"1867", where 1 is the source on the far left
(FM1) and eight is on the far right (AUX)
FM
2
S
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D
<<
AU
X
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Input 11
INPUT 11
Input 12
INPUT 12
Input 13
INPUT 13
Input 14
INPUT 14
Input 15
INPUT 15
Input 16
INPUT 16
Ideally, you will want to have all other keypads with a display on line at
the time of the PROGRAM ALL function which loads all keypads from
a single keypad. You can opt to add keypads later and engage the
PROGRAM ALL Function at that time.
These labels are created only once, using either the Suite-16 Keypad
Configuration Program or a single keypad connected to the system.
It is important to note, that all sixteen Suite-16 Sources require a label.
Input 10
INPUT 10
Input 1
Input 2
Input 3
Input 4
Input 5
Input 6
Input 7
Input 8
FM TUNER 1FM TUNER 2AM TUNER CD PLAYER 1CD PLAYER 2DSS
DVD PLAYERAUXILIARY
FM TUNER 1FM TUNER 2AM TUNER CD PLAYER 1CD PLAYER 2CD PLAYER 3DSS
DVD PLAYER
FM TUNER 1FM TUNER 2AM TUNER CD PLAYER 1CD PLAYER 2DSS 1
DSS 2
AUXILIARY
FM TUNER 1FM TUNER 2FM TUNER 3 CD PLAYER 1CD PLAYER 2DSS
DVD PLAYERAUXILIARY
FM TUNER 1FM TUNER 2FM TUNER 3 CD PLAYER 1CD PLAYER 2CD PLAYER 3DSS
DVD PLAYER
FM TUNER 1FM TUNER 2FM TUNER 3 CD PLAYER 1CD PLAYER 2DSS 1
DSS 2
AUXILIARY
FM TUNER 1FM TUNER 2CD PLAYER 1CD PLAYER 2DSS 1
DSS 2
DVD PLAYERAUXILIARY
FM TUNER 1FM TUNER 2CD PLAYER 1CD PLAYER 2DSS 1
DSS 2
AUXILIARY 1 AUXILIARY 2
Input 9
All Formats INPUT 9
Format 1
Format 2
Format 3
Format 4
Format 5
Format 6
Format 7
Format 8
1
CODE: _ _ _ _
INPUT CONFIG
Press &
Hold EXTRA
EXTRA
FM
>>
<
<
<
<
<
>
>>
>>
>>
<<
>>
INPUT 2
<<
INPUT 1
> INPUT 16
>
>
>
<
CUSTOM
>
LABEL
<<
STNDRD
>
LABEL
<
SOURCE LABEL
INSTALLER
Source Labels
<<
>
<
>
<
>>
> FORMAT 8
<<
FORMAT 1
CHECK SETUP
<<
>>
>
>
PROGRAM ALL
<
<
INPUT 2
INPUT 1
When the desired source
label is displayed, press
the PLAY (>) button to
lock the that label.
Pressing << & >> move
the cursor right and left.
>
>
>>
<
<
<
>
>
>
LABEL OK
Pressing STOP & PAUSE
advances through characters.
<<
VOL
By using the VOL UP or VOL DN buttons, you can access 41 premade
source labels. When the desired label is displayed, press the > button
or use the <<, >>, STOP, & PAUSE buttons to make further changes.
There are several way to create a custom label. You can use the built
in labels, modify labels from scratch, or combine both options.
>>
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MC-3000 OD, MC-3800 OD
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<
<
<
<
>
>>
>>
>>
>>
PARTYGROUP
>
4
<<
PARTYGROUP
>
3
<<
PARTYGROUP
>
2
<<
PARTYGROUP
>
1
<<
NORMAL
>
INPUT
<
FM
2
AM
1
CD
2
<
<
<
<
<
<<
1
CD
2
S
DS
D
S
DV
DV
<<
<<
<<
<<
<<
<<
X
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AU
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
X
>>
<<
<<
<<
<<
<<
<<
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
PRTYGRP4-IN 2
PRTYGRP3-IN 2
PRTYGRP2-IN 2
PRTYGRP1-IN 2
INPUT 2
CHECK SETUP
When the desired input is displayed, press the
corresponding source button to lock the input.
PRTYGRP4-IN 1
PRTYGRP3-IN 1
PRTYGRP2-IN 1
PRTYGRP1-IN 1
INPUT 1
SOURCE LABEL
INSTALLER
You can set multiple source buttons to the same
input, but only the first instance will illuminate from
feedback.
AM
CD
FM
2
FM
1
PRTYGRP4-IN 0
PRTYGRP3-IN 0
PRTYGRP2-IN 0
PRTYGRP1-IN 0
INPUT 0
SOURCE CNTRL
>
>
>
>
>
>>
DS
CODE: 1 8 6 7
CD
Using the 8 source buttons enter the code
"1867", where 1 is the source on the far left
(FM1) and eight is on the far right (AUX)
CODE: _ _ _ _
INPUT CONFIG
Press &
Hold EXTRA
EXTRA
1
FM
Input Configuration
<<
<<
<<
<<
<<
<<
INPUT OK
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
PRTYGRP4-IN16
PRTYGRP3-IN16
PRTYGRP2-IN16
PRTYGRP1-IN16
INPUT 16
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CODE: _ _ _ _
CODE: _ _ _ _
CODE: _ _ _ _
EXTRA
CODE: _ _ _ _
1118 = Baud Rate 19200
EXTRA
1
CD
2
FM
2
AM
1
CD
2
DS
CODE: 1 1 1 2
CD
CODE: 1 1 1 6
CODE: 1 1 1 3
S
S
DS
CODE: 1 1 1 1
CD
DV
D
D
DV
CODE: 1 1 1 8
CODE: 1 1 1 7
Using the << or >> buttons, you can change
the room number this keypad will control.
1117 = Baud Rate 1200
EXTRA
AM
Using the 8 source buttons enter the code
"1112", where 1 is the source on the far left
(FM1) and eight is on the far right (AUX)
CODE: _ _ _ _
1
FM
1116 = Set Room Number
EXTRA
FM
2
Using the 8 source buttons enter the code
"1111", where 1 is the source on the far left
(FM1) and eight is on the far right (AUX)
1113 = Blanking On/Off
Press &
Hold EXTRA
EXTRA
1
CODE: _ _ _ _
1112 = IR On/Off
Press &
Hold EXTRA
EXTRA
1111 = Check Keys
FM
AU
X
IR OFF
Or
IR ON
CHECK KEYS
>>
19200 BAUD
1200 BAUD
<<
SET ROOM #
BLANKING OFF
Or
BLANKING ON
X
AU
Normal Operation
Normal Operation
SET ROOM #
EXTRA
Normal Operation
Normal Operation
Normal Operation
Normal Operation
EXTRA
Press
Any
Button
Setup Features
ROOM = #
Normal Operation
On the Suite 16, the baud rate is set
individually on each P-16 Module and V-16
Module using the rotary address switch.
The keypad's baud rate must match that of
the Suite-16 in order for it to operate.
Typically, the Suite 16 System's baud rate is
set to 19200. However, you may lower the
baud rate to 1200. When doing so, make
certain all keypads, Trinity, Aquarius, and IRL5000 are also set to the same baud rate.
EXTRA
ROOM = #
Normal Operation
Reads Function
Normal Operation
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Hold EXTRA
EXTRA
1
FM
2
AM
1
CD
2
DS
CODE: 1 1 1 5
CD
EXTRA
EXTRA
EXTRA
EXTRA
EXTRA
EXTRA
Normal Operation
Normal Operation
Normal Operation
Normal Operation
Normal Operation
S
Normal Operation
Using the 8 source buttons enter the code
"1115", where 1 is the source on the far left
(FM1) and eight is on the far right (AUX)
CODE: _ _ _ _
1115 = Clock Set
FM
DV
D
AU
X
>
>
>
>
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>
>
<
>
SET YEAR
<
SET 12-24
<
SET DAY
<
SET DATE
<
SET MONTH
<
SET MINUTES
<
SET HOURS
<
CLOCK SET
<<
<<
<<
<<
<<
<<
<<
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
Press the >> or
<< button once
to access the
current value.
Clock Setup
YEAR 2002
24 HOUR MODE
MONDAY
MAR 4 18:08
MAR 4 18:08
MAR 4 18:08
MAR 4 18:08
<<
<<
<<
<<
<<
<<
<<
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
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YEAR 20[XX]
[12,24] HOUR MODE
[T,W,T,F,S,S,M]
MAR [XX] 18:08
[XXX] 4 18:08
MAR 4 18:[XX]
MAR 4 [XX]:08
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2
AM
1
CD
2
<<
>>
DS
CODE: 1 8 6 7
CD
SOURCE CNTRL
Using the 8 source buttons enter the code
"1867", where 1 is the source on the far left
(FM1) and eight is on the far right (AUX)
CODE: _ _ _ _
INPUT CONFIG
Press &
Hold EXTRA
EXTRA
FM
1
S
DV
D
X
>>
SOURCE LABEL
INSTALLER
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To verify other sources,
simply press the source
button. The display will
begin to cycle through
that source buttons setup
features.
Once you enter Check
Setup by pressing the >
button, the display will
cycle through input
number, input name, and
source control.
Check Setup is used to
varify input numbers to
source buttons, input
labels, and secondary
source control options.
<<
AU
Check Setup
>>
1
FM
<<
FM
2
>>
1
CD
2
> INPUT NAME
> CONTROL
<
<
INPUT #
CD
> CONTROL
>
AM
INPUT #
> INPUT NAME
>
>
<
<
<
<
<
DS
CHECK SETUP
S
DV
D
AU
<<
X
PROGRAM ALL
Pressing the EXTRA
button will return the
keypad to normal
operation, exiting the
Installer Setup mode.
EXTRA
EXTRA
Pressing the EXTRA
button will return the
keypad to normal
operation, exiting the
Installer Setup mode.
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MC-3000 OD, MC-3800 OD
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2
AM
1
CD
2
<<
>>
DS
CODE: 1 8 6 7
CD
SOURCE CNTRL
Using the 8 source buttons enter the code
"1867", where 1 is the source on the far left
(FM1) and eight is on the far right (AUX)
CODE: _ _ _ _
INPUT CONFIG
Press &
Hold EXTRA
EXTRA
1
FM
S
DV
D
<<
AU
X
>>
SOURCE LABEL
INSTALLER
Program All
>>
<<
>>
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If you have keypads on a
network that are specially
programmed (perhaps
some source buttons are
controlling local only
sources), the PROGRAM
ALL feature from a
keypad without custom
programming will
override the custom
programming previously
created.
Note: If a keypad is not
connected to the
network, it will not get the
upload.
The PROGRAM ALL
feature takes the
keypad's information
including input to source
button assignments,
source labels, and
source control options
and uploads them to
other keypads connected
to the network.
CHECK SETUP
<<
>>
<
>
>
UPLOAD DONE
<
>UPLOAD READY
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APPENDIX B SUITE 8 x 8 ASCII CONTROL CODES
STRING
START
ACTION PREFIX PART 2
GLOBAL PART 3
FUNCTION
CHARACTER DO (SET)
FUNCTION
R01 TO R99
INPUT UP
INPUT DOWN
INPUT 1
INPUT 2
INPUT 3
INPUT 4
INPUT 5
INPUT 6
INPUT 7
INPUT 8
MUTE TOGGLE
MUTE ON
MUTE OFF
ROOM OFF
VOLUME UP
VOLUME DN
BASS UP
BASS DN
TREBLE UP
TREBLE DN
TONE RECALL 1
TONE RECALL 2
TONE RECALL 3
TONE RECALL 4
TONE STORE 1
TONE STORE 2
TONE STORE 3
TONE STORE 4
VOLUME RECALL 1
VOLUME RECALL 2
VOLUME RECALL 3
VOLUME RECALL 4
VOLUME STORE 1
VOLUME STORE 2
VOLUME STORE 3
VOLUME STORE 4
LOUDNESS ON
LOUDNESS OFF
STEREO ENHANCE ON
STEREO ENHANCE OFF
VOLUME DIRECT
BASS DIRECT
TREBLE DIRECT
STEREO
MONO INPUT L
MONO INPUT R
BALANCE LEFT
BALANCE RIGHT
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MTOF
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VLDN
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TNR2
TNR3
TNR4
TNS1
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TNS3
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VLR3
VLR4
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BALANCE EQUAL
BALANCE RECALL 1
BALANCE RECALL 2
BALANCE STORE 1
BALANCE STORE 2
INPUT LEVEL TRIM 1
INPUT LEVEL TRIM 2
INPUT LEVEL TRIM 3
INPUT LEVEL TRIM 4
INPUT LEVEL TRIM 5
INPUT LEVEL TRIM 6
INPUT LEVEL TRIM 7
INPUT LEVEL TRIM 8
INPUT LEVEL TRIM 9
INPUT LEVEL TRIM 10
INPUT LEVEL TRIM 11
INPUT LEVEL TRIM 12
INPUT LEVEL TRIM 13
INPUT LEVEL TRIM 14
INPUT LEVEL TRIM 15
INPUT LEVEL TRIM 16
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