009-1187-02 Savant 8 Channel Amplifier (AMP-8040) QRG

009-1187-02 Savant 8 Channel Amplifier (AMP-8040) QRG
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Savant® 8 Channel Amplifier
Quick Reference Guide
Box Contents
Front Panel
(1) Savant 8 Channel Amplifier (AMP-8040-xx)
(2) Rack Mounting Brackets
(8) Pan Head Phillips Screws for Brackets (M3 x 8 mm)
(1) AC Power cord - 6 ft
(4) 4-pin Screw Down Plug-in Connectors
(4) Rubber Chassis Feet
(1) Trigger Cable - 2.5 mm (3/32”) Mono to 3.5 mm (1/8”) Mono
(1) Quick Reference Guide (this document)
Turns the amplifier On or Off based on the
Power Button Turn On Mode settings.
(Master)
See Setting the Amplifiers Turn On Mode for
details.
Specifications
Environmental
Indicates the power state of the amplifier:
Temperature
32° to 104° F (0° to 40° C)
Humidity
10% to 80% RH (non-condensing)
Cooling
102 cubic feet per minute (CFM) recommended
BTU
1950 BTU/hr
Power LED
Physical
Height
3.46 in (8.8 cm)
Width
17.30 in (43.94 cm)
Depth
15.53 in (39.4 cm)
Weight
Shipping: 23 lb (10.43 kg)
Protection
Status
Indicators
(LED)
120V AC 5A 60 Hz
Fuse Rating
8A/250V Glass Fuse
Maximum Power
580 watts
Green: Amplifier is On.
Off: No power is supplied to the amplifier.
Indicates the status of each zone or pair of
channels when in the central potential
protection mode.
Red: The central potential protection mode
has been enabled to protect a zone/channel.
See Protection Modes for details.
Off: The central potential protection mode
has not been enabled.
Power
Input Power
Red: Amplifier is in Standby Mode.
Rear Panel
Operating Parameters
Rated Power
40 WPC at 8 ohms, 50 WPC at 4 ohms; (0.1%
THD+N, 1kHz)
Input Impedance
33k ohms
Input Sensitivity
750mV for 40W at 8 ohms
Overall Voltage
Gain
27.5dB
Frequency
Response
Bandwidth limited from 20Hz to 20kHz +0.8dB
Distortion
THD+N
THD+N < 0.07% from 20Hz to 20kHz, All
channels driven at 8 ohms (1 Watt)
Signal-to-Noise
Ratio
> 90dB
Input Triggers
3 – 24V AC/DC 5mA
Output Triggers
12V DC 100mA
Provides three options for turning the
AMP-8040 On and Off.
• Constant (manual turn-on via the front
panel master Power button)
Turn-on Mode
Switch
• Audio Sense
• 3-24 AC/DC Voltage Trigger (External)
See Setting the Amplifiers Turn On Mode for
details.
3-24V AC/DC - 3.5 mm (1/8”) Mono jack
3-24V AC/DC
Used to control the power state of the
Voltage
amplifier when Turn-on Mode switch is set to
Trigger
3-24 AC/DC Voltage Trigger mode.
12V DC 100mA - 2.5 mm (3/32”) Mono jack
12V Trigger
Control
Output
Regulatory
Safety and
Emissions
FCC Part 15 | UL-60065
RoHS
Compliant
See External Trigger Connections for details
Audio Source RCA Stereo (L&R) line-level analog audio
Inputs
inputs.
Minimum Supported Release
Savant OS
da Vinci 6.0.1
Gain
Speaker
Connections
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Used to trigger an additional AMP-8040 or
other device that is activated by receiving a
12V DC 100mA signal. This voltage is present
only when the amplifier is active or on.
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Independent gain controls allowing for finetuning the output level of each channel.
4-pin Screw Down Plug-in Connectors
Note: Specify 4 or 8 ohm speakers when
designing the system.
Power Input
IEC 320 power connector with 3-pole
detachable power cord.
Fuse
8A/250V Glass Fuse
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Installation
Setting the Amplifiers Turn On Mode
The AMP-8040 should be placed on a solid flat surface such as a
table or shelf or in an audio/video equipment rack. It should be
placed upright so that its weight rests on the unit’s four feet
(removable). See Ventilation for information on providing adequate
cooling to the amplifier when placed in a cabinet.
Constant – Power state of the amplifier is
controlled via the front panel master power
button:
Cabling and Wiring
OUT - Amplifier is powered OFF (Sensing
circuitry inactive)
IN - Amplifier is powered ON (Sensing circuitry
active)
Cabling Precautions
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The amplifier must be off whenever you make changes to the
input connections.
Never connect a source or preamplifier’s input to the inputs of
the AMP-8040 directly.
All speaker wire connections must be made with the amplifier
off.
Do not allow a single strand of wire to touch the amplifier chassis
or another connector.
Audio Sense – Zone/Channel power state is
controlled via the source inputs:
The master power button on the front panel
must be in the On position.
Zone/Channel turns on when an audio signal
higher than -46dB is present on both L/R inputs
for the zone.
Zone/Channel turns off after 5 min. when an
audio signal lower than -46dB or no signal is
present on both L/R inputs for the zone.
External Trigger Connections
CAUTION!
Do not use a DC wall adapter. The long discharge time of the DC adapter’s filter
capacitor will delay the turn-off of the amplifier.
Amplifier goes into standby mode if no signal is
present on any zone/channel for 5 minutes.
3-24V AC/DC Voltage Trigger – Power state of
the amplifier is controlled via an external trigger
(Savant GPIO):
Savant GPIO External Trigger Connection
The master Power button on the front panel
must be in the On position.
Amplifier will turn on when the voltage trigger
input receives a 3-24V signal.
Amplifier will turn OFF when the 3-24V signal is
removed.
Protection Modes
The AMP-8040 provides three protection modes. Note that the
AMP-8040 does not shut down in a protection mode; only the faulty
zone/channel is disabled.
Daisy Chaining External Triggers
Central potential protection mode (LED indication)
The central potential protection mode is the only mode that
activates the Protection LEDs on the front panel. This mode is more
commonly known as the DC potential protection mode and is
designed to protect the connected speakers from any DC voltage
that is output from the AMP-8040.
When the central potential protection mode is activated, the LED
for that respective channel will be turned on (Red). When a channel
is in the central potential protection mode, other active channels will
remain operational unless they are in a protection mode. After the
fault is fixed, the AMP-8040 will automatically restart the disabled
zone/channel.
Speaker short protection mode (no LED indication)
This mode will disable a zone/channel until the fault is fixed. After
the fault is fixed, the AMP-8040 will automatically restart the
disabled zone/channel.
Overload protection mode (no LED indication)
This mode will disable a zone/channel until the fault is fixed. After
the fault is fixed, the AMP-8040 will automatically restart the
disabled zone/channel.
Ventilation
The AMP-8040 must be provided with adequate ventilation for
proper cooling.
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Additional Information
When installing the AMP-8040 in a cabinet, be sure that the rear
of the cabinet is open to adequate air to provide proper cooling.
Be sure to leave a minimum of 3 inches clearance above and
behind the amplifier and at least 2 inches on each side.
If installed in a rack, active thermal management (such as rack
fans) is recommended.
Refer to the following documents located on the Savant Community
for additional information.
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Relay and General Purpose Input/Output Profiles: Application Note for
information on input and output triggers and GPIO input and outputs to
Savant Controllers.
•
RacePoint Blueprint® Authoring Guide on how to configure the
AMP-2000 into a Savant System.
CAUTION! Do not block the ventilation holes on the sides and bottom of the
AMP-8040.
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