Performer Installation-Guide V1.1
Performer
Installation Guide for Mainframes, Panels and Accessories
02-000HB01AA-A00
V1.1
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Performer Installation-Guide V1.1
CONTENT
1
Preface
1.1
1.2
2
Performer Mainframes
2.1
2.2
2.3
3
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
3.11
3.12
4
Panels
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
12
General ............................................................................................................................................ 12
2.1.1
Connectors
............................................................................................................................... 12
2.1.2
Technical
...............................................................................................................................
Data - Performer Mainframes
13
Performer............................................................................................................................................
32+80
14
2.2.1
FAN 64 ............................................................................................................................... 15
2.2.2
PSU 64 ............................................................................................................................... 15
Performer............................................................................................................................................
32+16
16
2.3.1
FAN 32 ............................................................................................................................... 17
2.3.2
PSU 32 ............................................................................................................................... 17
Performer Cards
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
5
Information
............................................................................................................................................ 6
About Performer
............................................................................................................................................ 10
18
CPU-032 Controller
............................................................................................................................................
Card
18
COAX-008............................................................................................................................................
Client Card
20
CAT5-008............................................................................................................................................
Client Card
21
AIO-008/009
............................................................................................................................................
Client Card
22
3.4.1
AIO-008/009
............................................................................................................................... 22
3.4.2
AIO-008...............................................................................................................................
D-Sub
23
AES-008 Client
............................................................................................................................................
Card
24
ELA-OP-016
............................................................................................................................................
Client Card
25
GPI-016 Client
............................................................................................................................................
Card
28
VoIP-008 ............................................................................................................................................
Client Card
31
AVB-008 Rear
............................................................................................................................................
Card
32
ASM G2 Sync
............................................................................................................................................
Module
34
Status LEDs
............................................................................................................................................
- Performer Cards
35
Technical............................................................................................................................................
Data - Performer Cards
37
38
1100 OLED
............................................................................................................................................
Series
38
4.1.1
RCP-1112
............................................................................................................................... 39
4.1.2
RCP-1128
............................................................................................................................... 39
4.1.3
ECP-1116
............................................................................................................................... 40
4.1.4
ECP Panel
...............................................................................................................................
setup 1100 Series
40
4.1.5
DCP-1116
............................................................................................................................... 41
4.1.6
CCP-1116
............................................................................................................................... 42
1000 LED............................................................................................................................................
Series
44
4.2.1
RCP-1012E
............................................................................................................................... 44
4.2.2
RCP-1028E
............................................................................................................................... 45
4.2.3
ECP-1016
............................................................................................................................... 45
4.2.4
ECP-1012ET
............................................................................................................................... 46
4.2.5
ECP Panel
...............................................................................................................................
setup 1000 Series
46
4.2.6
DCP-1016E
............................................................................................................................... 47
4.2.7
DCP-1016ES
............................................................................................................................... 48
2300 Smartpanel
............................................................................................................................................ 49
2000 LCD............................................................................................................................................
Series
50
4.4.1
RCP-2016P
............................................................................................................................... 50
4.4.2
RCP-2116P
............................................................................................................................... 51
4.4.3
ECP-2016P
............................................................................................................................... 51
4.4.4
ECP-2016PT
............................................................................................................................... 52
4.4.5
ECP Panel
...............................................................................................................................
setup 2000 Series
52
4.4.6
DCP-2016P
............................................................................................................................... 53
4.4.7
DCP-2116P
............................................................................................................................... 54
4.4.8
DCP-2016PS
............................................................................................................................... 55
3000 Series
............................................................................................................................................
without Display
56
4.5.1
RCP-3016P
............................................................................................................................... 56
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4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
4.10
4.11
5
Accessories
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
6
4.5.2
ECP-3016P
............................................................................................................................... 57
4.5.3
DCP-3016P
............................................................................................................................... 58
4.5.4
DCP-3016PS
............................................................................................................................... 59
5000 Series
............................................................................................................................................ 60
4.6.1
DCP-5008
...............................................................................................................................
(without Display)
60
4.6.2
DCP-5108
...............................................................................................................................
(with Display)
60
Modular Panels
............................................................................................................................................ 61
4.7.1
DIF-1000............................................................................................................................... 61
4.7.2
DBM-1004E
............................................................................................................................... 62
4.7.3
DEM-1006E
............................................................................................................................... 62
4.7.4
Modular...............................................................................................................................
Panels setup
63
4.7.5
DEM-1106
............................................................................................................................... 64
4.7.6
DEM-2008
............................................................................................................................... 65
Panel Connectors
............................................................................................................................................ 66
Panel Function
............................................................................................................................................
Keys
71
How to............................................................................................................................................... 73
Technical............................................................................................................................................
Data - Panels
74
Network Interfacing
............................................................................................................................................ 76
5.1.1
CPX-AVB...............................................................................................................................
Expansion Card
76
5.1.2
Connect ...............................................................................................................................
IPx2
77
5.1.3
Connect ...............................................................................................................................
IPx8
79
5.1.4
Connect ...............................................................................................................................
AVB X8
81
5.1.5
Connect ...............................................................................................................................
AVB C8
84
5.1.6
Connect ...............................................................................................................................
AVB A8
87
GPI Interfacing
............................................................................................................................................ 89
5.2.1
RIF-1032............................................................................................................................... 89
Panel Accessories
............................................................................................................................................ 93
5.3.1
PMX-Panel
...............................................................................................................................
Multiplexer
93
5.3.2
FBI-Fiber...............................................................................................................................
Interface Adapter
95
5.3.3
CIA-Coax...............................................................................................................................
Interface Adapter
96
5.3.4
DCA-1000
............................................................................................................................... 97
Matrix Accessories
............................................................................................................................................ 98
5.4.1
XLR Patchfield
............................................................................................................................... 98
Technical............................................................................................................................................
Data - Accessories
99
Appendix
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
76
100
Cables ............................................................................................................................................ 100
Glossary............................................................................................................................................ 101
Maintenance
............................................................................................................................................
Recommendations
102
Service ............................................................................................................................................ 103
Performer Installation-Guide V1.1
1 Preface
Thank you for choosing a Riedel product.
This Installation-Guide provides detailed information about the Performer Matrix, especially pin outs,
mechanical and electrical data. Products with separate manuals are not descried in this Installation-Guide.
For further information, please refer to the Riedel Website or contact your local distributor or the Riedel
headquarters in Wuppertal.
THIS GUIDE DESCRIBES THE ACTUAL VERSION OF THE HARDWARE: OLDER HARDWARE MAY VARY IN THE
PINOUTS; ELECTRICAL DATA AND INTERNAL CIRCUIT DESIGN.
NOTICE
This manual, as well as the software and any examples contained herein are provided “as is” and are subject
to change without notice. The content of this manual is for informational purpose only and should not be
construed as a commitment by Riedel Communications GmbH & Co. KG or its suppliers. Riedel
Communications GmbH & Co. KG gives no warranty of any kind with regard to this manual or the software,
including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.
Riedel Communications GmbH & Co. KG shall not be liable for any errors, inaccuracies or for incidental or
consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance or use of this manual, the software
or the examples herein. Riedel Communications GmbH & Co. KG reserves all patent, proprietary design, title
and intellectual property rights contained herein, including, but not limited to, any images, text, photographs
incorporated into the manual or software.
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Performer Installation-Guide V1.1
© 2015 Copyright Riedel Communications GmbH & Co. KG.All rights reserved.
Reproduction, adaptation, or translation of this manual in whole or in part is prohibited without prior
written permission of Riedel Communications GmbH & Co. KG, except as allowed under the copyright laws.
All other trademarks are the property of their respective owner.
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1.1
Information
Symbols
The following tables are used to indicate hazards and provide cautionary information in relation to the
handling and use of the equipment.
Danger
!
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death
or serious injury.
The highlighted line indicates the activity to prevent the danger.
Warning
!
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death
or serious injury.
The highlighted line indicates the activity to prevent the danger.
Caution
!
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or
moderate injury. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices.
The highlighted line indicates the activity to prevent the danger.
This text is for generally information. It indicates the activity for ease of work or for better
understanding.
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Service
· All service has to be undertaken ONLY by qualified service personnel.
· There are no user serviceable parts inside the Power Supply Units or inside the Mainframe.
· Do not plug in, turn in or attempt to operate an obviously damaged unit.
· Never attempt to modify the equipment components for any reason.
Caution
!
All adjustments have been done at the factory before the shipment of the devices.
No maintenance is required and no user serviceable parts are inside the module.
Voltage
· The power cable should only be connected to a correctly grounded source.
· Do not use any adapters.
· Never bypass a ground contact.
Danger
!
To reduce the risk of electric shock do not remove cover or expose the products to
rain or moisture.
Caution
!
Frames do have redundant Power supplies.
Before you open a unit, remove both power cords.
Warning
Laite on liitettävä suojakoskettimilla varustettuun pistorasiaan.
!
Apparatet må tilkoples jordet stikkontakt.
Apparaten skall anslutas till jordat uttag.
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Environment
· Never place the mainframe in an area of high dust particles or humidity.
· Never place containers with any liquids on top of the mainframe or panel/interface.
· If the equipment has been exposed to a cold environment and transferred to a warm environment,
condensation may form inside the housing. Wait at least 6 hours before applying any power to the
equipment.
· Operating temperature of the system: -5°C ... +55°C.
Ventilation
· Keep front panels of each frame always closed.
· Do not place the mainframe next to a hot source like a radiator.
· Ventilation openings on the left and right side of the frame must never be blocked.
Laser Safety
Various devices or cards can be equipped with optical fiber modules (FOM) for the data transmission
over a fiber. Following laser safety information are valid for these products:
FOM-MM / FOM-MM-HP and FOM-SM
The multimode laser transceiver is a class 1 laser product.
It complies with EN 60825-1 and FDA 21 CFR1040.10 and 1040.11.
LASER CLASS 1 PRODUCT
APPAREIL A LASER DE CLASSE 1
LASER KLASSE 1 PRODUKT
Caution
!
8
A class 1 laser is safe under all conditions of normal use. This means the maximum
permissible exposure (MPE) cannot be exceeded.
Do not view directly with optical instruments into the beam.
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Battery Safety
The CPU cards are fitted with the following battery: Lithium Battery, type CR2450, 3.3 V, 560 mAh.
Warning
Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by any other incorrect type.
!
Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions. Do not expose to high
storage temperatures above 60°C (140°F).
Disposal
Disposal of old Electrical & Electric Equipment (Applicable throughout the European Union and other
European countries with separate collection programs)
This symbol, found on your product or on its packaging, indicates that this product
should not be treated as household waste when you wish to dispose of it. Instead, it
should be handed over to an applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical
and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will
help prevent potential negative consequences to the environment and human health,
which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate disposal of this product. The
recycling of materials will help to conserve natural resources. For more detailed
information about the recycling of this product please contact your local city office.
CE Declaration of Conformity
The Artist devices conform to the EU guideline
EMC
2004 / 108 / EC,
Low - Voltage
2006 / 95 / EC
as attested by the CE mark.
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1.2
About Performer
Performer 32 is a powerful and cost-effective digital intercom matrix/stage management system. It is designed
for the requirements of stand-alone broadcast applications, opera houses and theatres as well as sports and
cultural events. The system is based on a modular concept and can be adapted to the individual
requirements of its users.
Performer 32 is available in two sizes and can be modularly equipped. Both versions can build matrices with
up to 32 users. In addition to the client cards the compact systems also offer up to 16 or 80 relay switches
(Performer 32+16 or Performer 32+80) for the control of intermission signs, cue lights and special effects.
Performer 32 systems are the ideal integration platform for diverse audio and communications sources.
Versatile interface solutions allow seamless integration of digital and analog partylines, radios, audio routers,
telephones as well as other analog and digital systems. Combined with the digital partyline interface C44plus,
the Performer line for the first time offers a completely integrated solution for the combination of matrix
systems and conventional partyline applications. The configuration of the partylines is handled with the
same configuration software and is thus totally integrated with the matrix environment.
PERFORMER Matrices – key Benefits
· Cost-effective matrix intercom solution
· Modular expansion from 8 x 8 up to 32 x 32 ports
· broadcast quality audio (AES3/EbU) throughout the entire system
· Digital connection to the panels via COAX, CAT5 or fiber
· Redundant power supply, all modules hot-swappable
· Intuitive configuration software
· Individual volume control for each cross-point
· Secure long-term investment made in Germany
Applications
· Stand-alone broadcast Applications
· Theatres
· Sport & Cultural Events
· Exhibition and Convention Centers
· Stadiums & Theme parks
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Figure 1: System overview (example)
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2 Performer Mainframes
Performer mainframes are designed as light weight – maximum rugged units.
Equipped with two redundant power supplies and high quality fans, the Performer mainframes offer a highly
available system. All cards are hot pluggable and are compatible to the Performer frame types 32+80 and 32
+16.
2.1
General
Keep the front panel always closed in order to prevent the installed cards and power supplies from
overheating.
For full redundant power supply connect mains from different fuses.
2.1.1
Connectors
PSU-Hardware Alarm
The pin out for the PSU hardware alarm is the same for all kind of frames. The PSU alarm connectors are
directly mounted to the frame.
1
5
6
9
Figure 2: PSU-Alarm D-Sub 9m pinout
Alarm 1
Function
Alarm 2
Function
Pin 1
not connected
Pin 1
not connected
Pin 2
not connected
Pin 2
not connected
Pin 3
Alarm PSU A
Pin 3
not connected
Pin 4
Alarm PSU B
Pin 4
Alarm PSU 1 A
Pin 5
not connected
Pin 5
Alarm PSU 2 A
Pin 6
not connected
Pin 6
not connected
Pin 7
not connected
Pin 7
not connected
Pin 8
not connected
Pin 8
Alarm PSU 1 B
Pin 9
not connected
Pin 9
Alarm PSU 2 B
Shield
Chassis GND
Shield
Chassis GND
All alarm contacts are dry “normal open” contacts. If the PSU recognizes any error (AC fail, DC fail or fan fail, a
relay realizes the connection at the lower connector between pin 4 and pin 8 (PSU1), pin 5 and pin 9 (PSU2).
Furthermore the pins 3 and 4 from the upper connector are connected internally by any error at PSU 1 OR
PSU 2.
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2.1.2
Technical Data - Performer Mainframes
AC Voltage
90 ... 264 VAC
Width
Frequency
47 ... 63 Hz
Depth
Cos phi
Performer 32+80 : 0.94
Height
19" (483 mm)
*
Performer 32+16 : 0.73
Power Consumption
Performer 32+80 : 250 W
Performer 32+16 : 200W
Operating Temperature
*
380 mm
Performer 32+80 :3 HE (132 mm)
Performer 32+16 : 2 HE (88 mm)
Empty Weight
(with 2 x PSU
and Fan)
Performer 32+80 : 3.8 kg (4.1 kg)
Performer 32+16 : 3.3 kg (5.1 kg)
-5°C ... +55°C
without connector
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2.2
Performer 32+80
The Performer 32+80 mainframe provides up to 9 client cards and one CPU card. Each client card slot can also
be used for a GPI card. The CPU must be placed in Bay A.
Do not use the matrix without fans and keep the front panel always closed.
Bay
Possible Card-Types:
A
CPU-032 / CPU-032M
B
ELA-OP-016, GPI-016
1 ... 4
COAX-008, CAT5-008, AES-008, AIO-008(AIO-009), VoIP-008, ELA-OP-016, GPI-016, AVB-008
5 ... 8
ELA-OP-016, GPI-016
Bay 8
Bay 3
Bay 7
Bay 2
Bay 6
Bay 1
Bay 5
Bay B
Bay 4
Bay A
PSU 1
Fan
PSU 2
1
U
PS
2
Sync Module
Bay 8
Bay 2
Bay 7
Bay 1
Bay 6
Bay B
Bay 5
Bay A
Bay 4
1
U
PS
Bay 3
2
Figure 3: Performer32+80 MFR (front view)
PSU Alarm
(Optional)
Figure 4:Performer32+80 MFR (rear view)
Rear Cards
Front Cards
Front Cards
F
A
N
P
S
U
Rear Cards
Figure 5: Performer32+80 MFR air flow (top view)
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2.2.1
FAN 64
The Performer 32+80 mainframe has a unit with two high quality fans providing a silent but effective air flow
through the frame.
Caution
!
Do not use the FAN 64 without dust filters.
Do only use original dust filters from Riedel.
Figure 6: Performer 32+80 FAN 64
2.2.2
PSU 64
The Performer 32+80 mainframe has two slots for power supplies. It is recommended that both power
supplies are installed and connected to separate AC power (90 ... 264 VAC, 47 ... 63 Hz).
Do not open the PSU at any time.
LED 123
Figure 7: Performer 32+80 PSU 64
Figure 8: Performer 32+80 PSU 64 Status LEDs
LED
ON
OFF
Blinking
1 - green
OK
No Power
AC In fail
2 - green
OK
No Power
DC Out fail
3 - green
OK
No Power
Fan fail
No Power means that the frame has no power at all.
AC IN fail means that the frame is powered by the second PSU.
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2.3
Performer 32+16
The Performer 32+16 mainframe provides up to 5 client cards and one CPU card.
Each client card slot can also be used for a GPI card.
The CPU must be placed in Bay A.
Do not use the matrix without fans and keep the front panel always closed.
Bay
Possible Card-Types:
A
CPU-032 / CPU-032M
B
ELA-OP-016, GPI-016
1 ... 4
COAX-008, CAT5-008, AES-008, AIO-008(AIO-009), VoIP-008, ELA-OP-016, GPI-016, AVB-008
Fan
Bay 4
Bay 1
Bay 3
Bay B
Bay 2
PSU 1
PSU 2
Bay A
1
U
PS
2
Sync Module
(Optional)
Bay 1
Bay 4
Bay B
Bay 3
Bay A
Bay 2
1
U
PS
2
Figure 9: Performer 32+16 MFR (front view)
PSU Alarm
Figure 10: Performer 32+16 MFR (rear view)
Rear Cards
Front Cards
Front Cards
F
A
N
P
S
U
Rear Cards
Figure 11: Performer 32+16 MFR air flow (top view)
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2.3.1
FAN 32
The Performer 32+16 mainframe has a unit with three high quality fans providing a silent but effective air
flow through the frame.
Caution
!
Do not use the FAN 32 without dust filters.
Do only use original dust filters from Riedel.
Figure 12: Performer 32+16 FAN 32
2.3.2
PSU 32
The Performer 32+16 mainframe has two slots for power supplies. It is recommended that both power
supplies are installed and connected to separate AC power (90 ... 264 VAC, 47 ... 63 Hz).
Do not open the PSU at any time.
LED 123
Figure 13: Performer 32+16 PSU 32
Figure 14: Performer 32+16 PSU 32 Status LEDs
LED
ON
OFF
Blinking
1 - green
OK
No Power
AC In fail
2 - green
OK
No Power
DC Out fail
3 - green
OK
No Power
Fan fail
No Power means that the frame has no power at all.
AC IN fail means that the frame is powered by the second PSU.
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3 Performer Cards
3.1
CPU-032 Controller Card
The CPU-032 card is the core of the system. The configuration is stored in the CPU card and transmitted to
the client card during the client card boot-procedure. Each CPU card has an Ethernet MAC- and IP address.
The IP address of the CPU-032 card is always even.
The default IP address for new systems is 192.168.42.100.
Figure 15: CPU-032 Card
An overview about all Status indicators can be found in chapter "Performer Cards / Status LEDs".
The CPU Card has following connectors:
Ethernet & Alarm contacts
A
l
a
r
m
Alarm
Network
Figure 16: CPU-032 Card (rear view)
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Network connector
The Ethernet port has a “PC-Pinning” (TIA 568B). For direct connection to a PC use an X-over cable. For
connection to a hub or switch use a 1:1 cable. The Ethernet port is 10, half-duplex compatible.
1
8
Pin
Signal
Standard Color
1
TxD +
orange/white
2
TxD -
orange
3
RxD +
green/white
4
not connected
blue
5
not connected
blue/white
6
RxD-
green
7
not connected
brown/white
8
not connected
brown
Figure 17: CPU-032 Card Ethernet connector RJ-45 pinout (8P8C)
Alarm connector
Depending on the node properties settings in the Director configuration software, various alarms can be
generated at this connector.
1
5
6
9
Pin
Signal
1
Alarm Out Relay 1A
2
Alarm Out Relay 2A
3
not connected
4
+24 V
5
not connected
6
Alarm Out Relay 1B
7
Alarm Out Relay 2B
8
not connected
9
GND
Shield
Chassis GND
Figure 18: CPU-032 card Software Alarm D-Sub 9 pin pinout
!
+ 24 V supply (Pin 4) is rated for max. 100 mA and is not protected
(no internal current limit).
· Alarm Out contact rating is 48 V / 1 A maximum
· Normal closed
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3.2
COAX-008 Client Card
The COAX-008 client cards are used to connect panels and accessories (CIA, PMX) to the matrix. Each card
provides 8 bidirectional ports.
Figure 19: COAX-008 Card
An overview about all Status indicators can be found in chapter "Performer Cards / Status LEDs".
BNC Coax
1
2
Pin
Signal
1
TxRx +
2
TxRx -
Z = 75 Ω
Figure 20: COAX-008 Card BNC pinout
Each COAX digital client card supports 8 mono channels.
This means support of 8 one-channel panels or 4 panels in two-channel mode.
If the 2nd audio channel of a panel is used (stereo mode) , the panel must
be connected to any odd port (1, 3, 5, 7) and the following even port
(2, 4, 6, 9) has to be left free.
Figure 21: COAX-008 Card (rear view)
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3.3
CAT5-008 Client Card
The CAT5-008 client cards are used to connect panels or synchronous digital AES/EBU3 audio signals @ 48kHz.
Each card provides 8 mono inputs and 8 mono outputs.
Figure 22: CAT5-008 Card
An overview about all Status indicators can be found in chapter "Performer Cards / Status LEDs".
RJ45 AES
1
8
Pin
Signal
1
RxD +
2
RxD -
3
TxD +
4
not connected
5
not connected
6
TxD-
7
not connected
8
not connected
Z = 110 Ω
Fs = 48 kHz
N = 16 bit
Emphasis = no ID
Figure 23: CAT5-008 Card RJ45 pinout
Each CAT5 digital client card supports 8 mono channels.
This means support of 8 one-channel panels or 4 panels in stereo mode.
If the 2nd audio channel of a panel is used (stereo mode), the panel must be
connected to any odd port (1, 3, 5, 7) and the following even port (2, 4, 6, 9)
has to be left free.
Figure 24: CAT5-008 Card (rear view)
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3.4
AIO-008/009 Client Card
The AIO-008 or the AIO-009 client cards are used to connect analog audio signals to the matrix. Each card
provides 8 mono inputs and 8 mono outputs. The Sub-D version offers all inputs and all outputs on two
Sub-D 25pin connectors.
Figure 25: AIO Card (with AIO-008 Rear-Card)
An overview about all Status indicators can be found in chapter "Performer Cards / Status LEDs".
3.4.1
AIO-008/009
RJ45 AIO
1
8
Pin
Signal
1
not connected
2
not connected
3
not connected
4
Audio In +
5
Audio In -
6
not connected
7
Audio Out +
8
Audio Out -
AIO 008
Zin= ca. 10 kΩ
Zout= < 100 Ω
f = 30 Hz ... 20 kHz
AIO 009
Zin = ca. 10 kΩ
Zout= < 25 Ω
f = 10 Hz ... 20 kHz
Figure 26: AIO Card RJ45 pinout
The system nominal level is +6 dBu
The maximum level is +18 dBu (in+out)
Gain error: +/- 0.5 dB from 100 Hz... 20 kHz
The AIO-008 client rear card has 8 transformer balanced mono in- and outputs.
The AIO-009 client rear card has 8 electrical balanced mono in- and outputs.
Figure 27: AIO Card (rear view)
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AIO-008 D-Sub
13
1
14
25
Sub-D 25 male Input
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
In 1 +
14
In 1 -
2
GND
15
In 2 +
3
In 2 -
16
GND
4
In 3 +
17
In 3 -
5
GND
18
In 4 +
6
In 4 -
19
GND
7
In 5 +
20
In 5 -
8
GND
21
In 6 +
9
In 6 -
22
GND
10
In 7 +
23
In 7 -
11
GND
24
In 8 +
12
In 8 -
25
GND
13
not connected
Figure 28: AIO-008 Sub-D Input pinout
25
1
14
Sub-D 25 female Output
13
3.4.2
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
Out 1 +
14
Out 1 -
2
GND
15
Out 2 +
3
Out 2 -
16
GND
4
Out 3 +
17
Out 3 -
5
GND
18
Out 4 +
6
Out 4 -
19
GND
7
Out 5 +
20
Out 5 -
8
GND
21
Out 6 +
9
Out 6 -
22
GND
10
Out 7 +
23
Out 7 -
11
GND
24
Out 8 +
12
Out 8 -
25
GND
13
not connected
Figure 29: AIO-008 Sub-D Output pinout
This pinout is compatible to TASCAM DA88 connectors.
The AIO-008 Sub-D card has 8 transformer balanced inputs and 8 transformer
balanced outputs.
Figure 30: AIO Card Sub-D (rear view)
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3.5
AES-008 Client Card
The AES-008 client cards are used to connect asynchronous digital AES/EBU3 audio signals with different
sample rates to the matrix. The sample rate can variegate for each port from 32 up to 48 kHz. Each card
provides 8 mono inputs and 8 mono outputs.
Figure 31: AES-008 Card
An overview about all Status indicators can be found in chapter "Performer Cards / Status LEDs".
RJ45 AES
1
8
Pin
Signal
1
RxD +
2
RxD -
3
TxD +
4
not connected
5
not connected
6
TxD-
7
not connected
8
not connected
Z = 110 Ω
Fs = 32 ... 48 kHz
N= 16 bit
Emphasis = no ID
Mode = professional
Figure 32: AES-008 Card RJ45 pinout
Each AES digital client card supports 8 mono channels.
If a stereo signal was chosen in the director by enabling the 2nd audio
channel, the AES audio signal must be connected to any odd port (1, 3, 5, 7)
and the following even port (2, 4, 6, 8) has to be left free.
Figure 33: AES-008 Card (rear view)
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3.6
ELA-OP-016 Client Card
The ELA-OP-016 client cards are used to receive 16 potential free open/close signals from external switches,
relays, e.g. “ON Air” signals. They are also used for switching 16 tasks (e.g. lamps, PTT from transmitters,
relays).
Figure 34: ELA-OP-016 Card
An overview about all Status indicators can be found in chapter "Performer Cards / Status LEDs".
·
·
·
·
·
The +24 V output supplies 100 mA maximum.
The GPI output contact rating is 2 A, 100 VDC maximum (protected by none self healing fuse)
The GPI input voltage range is +5 ...+48 VDC (internal optocoupler).
The polarity of the input is important. The higher potential must be connected to “+” of each channel.
The polarity of the output has no preference.
GPI Jumper Settings
Position 1: Bay X / Bay Y / Bay 1-16
Depending of the used bay, the jumpers on
the GPI card have to be set correctly.
By default the GPI Card is set to Position 1.
If the GPI Card is used in Bay B, the Jumper
needs to be set to Position 2.
Fuse
Position 2: Bay A / Bay B
Do not operate the GPI Card with incorrect
Jumper settings.
Fuse
Do not use
· a GPI Card with Jumper Position 1 in Bay Aor Bay B
· a GPI Card with Jumper Position 2 in Bay X, Bay Yor Bay 1-16
Figure 35: ELA-OP-016 Card settings
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19
20
1
Sub-D 37 female Input
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
GPI In 1 +
20
GPI In 1 -
2
GPI In 2 +
21
GPI In 2 -
3
GPI In 3 +
22
GPI In 3 -
4
GPI In 4 +
23
GPI In 4 -
5
GPI In 5 +
24
GPI In 5 -
6
GPI In 6 +
25
GPI In 6 -
7
GPI In 7 +
26
GPI In 7 -
8
GPI In 8 +
27
GPI In 8 -
9
GPI In 9 +
28
GPI In 9 -
10
GPI In 10 +
29
GPI In 10 -
11
GPI In 11 +
30
GPI In 11 -
12
GPI In 12 +
31
GPI In 12 -
13
GPI In 13 +
32
GPI In 13 -
14
GPI In 14 +
33
GPI In 14 -
15
GPI In 15 +
34
GPI In 15 -
16
GPI In 16 +
35
GPI In 16 -
17
+24 V
36
GND
18
+24 V
37
GND
19
not connected
Figure 36: ELA-OP-016 Card Sub-D Input pinout
GPI Card
IN n +
IN n
IN n -
Figure 37: ELA-OP-016 Card IN (circuit)
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50
34
17
1
18
33
Sub-D 50 male Output
Pin Signal
Pin Signal
Pin Signal
1
n/o 1 (A)
18
com 1 (C)
35
n/c 2 (B)
2
n/o 2 (A)
19
com 2 (C)
36
n/c 3 (B)
3
n/o 3 (A)
20
com 3 (C)
37
n/c 4 (B)
4
n/o 4 (A)
21
com 4 (C)
38
n/c 5 (B)
5
n/o 5 (A)
22
com 5 (C)
39
n/c 6 (B)
6
n/o 6 (A)
23
com 6 (C)
40
n/c 7 (B)
7
n/o 7 (A)
24
com 7 (C)
41
n/c 8 (B)
8
n/o 8 (A)
25
com 8 (C)
42
n/c 9 (B)
9
n/o 9 (A)
26
com 9 (C)
43
n/c 10 (B)
10
n/o 10 (A)
27
com 10 (C)
44
n/c 11 (B)
11
n/o 11 (A)
28
com 11 (C)
45
n/c 12 (B)
12
n/o 12 (A)
29
com 12 (C)
46
n/c 13 (B)
13
n/o 13 (A)
30
com 13 (C)
47
n/c 14 (B)
14
n/o 14 (A)
31
com 14 (C)
48
n/c 15 (B)
15
n/o 15 (A)
32
com 15 (C)
49
n/c 16 (B)
16
n/o 16 (A)
33
com 16 (C)
50
GND
17
+24 V
34
n/c 1 (B)
Figure 38: ELA-OP-016 Card Sub-D Output pinout
GPI Card
OUT n A
OUT n B
OUT n
OUT n C
Figure 39: ELA-OP-016 Card OUT (circuit)
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3.7
GPI-016 Client Card
The General Purpose Interface (GPI) cards are used to receive open/close signals from external switches,
relays, e.g. “ON Air” signals. They are also used for switching tasks (e.g. lamps, PTT from transmitters, relays).
Figure 40: GPI-016 Card
An overview about all Status indicators can be found in chapter "Performer Cards / Status LEDs".
· The +24 V output supplies 100 mA maximum.
· The GPI output contact rating is 300 mA, 60 VDC maximum (protected by self healing fuse), MOSFET
technology.
· The GPI input voltage range is +5 ...+48 VDC (internal optocoupler).
· The polarity of the input is important. The higher potential must be connected to “+” of each channel.
· The polarity of the output has no preference.
Each GPI card provides 16 opto-isolated inputs and 16 opto-isolated outputs.
Figure 41: GPI-016 Card (rear view)
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37
19
20
1
Sub-D 37 female Inputs
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
GPI In 1 +
20
GPI In 1 -
2
GPI In 2 +
21
GPI In 2 -
3
GPI In 3 +
22
GPI In 3 -
4
GPI In 4 +
23
GPI In 4 -
5
GPI In 5 +
24
GPI In 5 -
6
GPI In 6 +
25
GPI In 6 -
7
GPI In 7 +
26
GPI In 7 -
8
GPI In 8 +
27
GPI In 8 -
9
GPI In 9 +
28
GPI In 9 -
10
GPI In 10 +
29
GPI In 10 -
11
GPI In 11 +
30
GPI In 11 -
12
GPI In 12 +
31
GPI In 12 -
13
GPI In 13 +
32
GPI In 13 -
14
GPI In 14 +
33
GPI In 14 -
15
GPI In 15 +
34
GPI In 15 -
16
GPI In 16 +
35
GPI In 16 -
17
+ 24 V
36
GND
18
+ 24 V
37
GND
19
not connected
Figure 42: GPI-016 Card Sub-D Input pinout
19
1
20
37
Sub-D 37 male Output
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
GPI 1 OUT A
20
GPI 1 OUT B
2
GPI 2 OUT A
21
GPI 2 OUT B
3
GPI 3 OUT A
22
GPI 3 OUT B
4
GPI 4 OUT A
23
GPI 4 OUT B
5
GPI 5 OUT A
24
GPI 5 OUT B
6
GPI 6 OUT A
25
GPI 6 OUT B
7
GPI 7 OUT A
26
GPI 7 OUT B
8
GPI 8 OUT A
27
GPI 8 OUT B
9
GPI 9 OUT A
28
GPI 9 OUT B
10
GPI 10 OUT A
29
GPI 10 OUT B
11
GPI 11 OUT A
30
GPI 11 OUT B
12
GPI 12 OUT A
31
GPI 12 OUT B
13
GPI 13 OUT A
32
GPI 13 OUT B
14
GPI 14 OUT A
33
GPI 14 OUT B
15
GPI 15 OUT A
34
GPI 15 OUT B
16
GPI 16 OUT A
35
GPI 16 OUT B
17
+ 24 V
36
GND
18
+ 24 V
37
GND
19
not connected
Figure 43: GPI-016 Card Sub-D Output pinout
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GPI Card
IN n +
IN n
IN n -
Figure 44: GPI-016 Card IN (circuit)
GPI Card
OUT n A
OUT n
OUT n B
Figure 45: GPI-016 Card OUT (circuit)
GPI Jumper Settings
Position 1: Bay X / Bay Y / Bay 1-16
Depending of the used bay, the jumpers on
the GPI card have to be set correctly.
By default the GPI Card is set to Position 1.
If the GPI Card is used in Bay B, the Jumper
needs to be set to Position 2.
Fuse
Position 2: Bay A / Bay B
Fuse
Do not use
· a GPI Card with Jumper Position 1 in Bay Aor Bay B
· a GPI Card with Jumper Position 2 in Bay X, Bay Yor Bay 1-16
Figure 46: GPI-016 Card settings
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Do not operate the GPI Card with incorrect
Jumper settings.
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3.8
VoIP-008 Client Card
The VoIP-008 client cards are used to connect panels and accessories as well as 4-wire Audio to the matrix.
Each card provides 8 individual addressable, bidirectional ports. It is 10/100 Mbit/s compatible and provides
the Auto MDIX functionality. Therefore, the card can be used with X-over or straight cable in all applications.
High quality and Low bandwidth modus is supported as well as SIP. The counterpart of a port of the VoIP008 card can be:
· ConnectIPx8, ConnectIPx2
· VCP-1004 / VCP-1012 Softpanel
· SIP conform PBX Phone-Server
Figure 47: VoIP-008 Card
An overview about all Status indicators can be found in chapter "Performer Cards / Status LEDs".
RJ45 VOIP
1
8
Pin
Signal
1
Tx/Rx +
2
Tx/Rx -
3
Rx/Tx +
4
not connected
5
not connected
6
Rx/Tx -
7
not connected
8
not connected
The VoIP Card supports 10/100 Mbit/s
Ethernet.
Standard IP: 192.168.42.120
Auto MDIX functionality (even /X-Over)
Auto Negotiation (10/100 Mbit-detect)
yellow LED (connector on the rear card):
off: 10 Mbit/s detected
on: 100 Mbit/s or no connection
green LED: (connector on the rear card):
on: Ethernet traffic
Figure 48: VoIP-008 Card RJ45 pinout
Figure 49: VoIP-008 Card (rear view)
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3.9
AVB-008 Rear Card
The AVB-008 Rear card converts eight Artist matrix ports to AVB streams and vice versa. The client card
communicates with Riedel’s Connect AVB-X8/Connect AVB-C8 panel interfaces. The Riedel AVB solution is
designed to transport AES3/EBU audio in real-time with guaranteed bandwidth over Ethernet-based local
area networks.
The AVB-008 Rear Card can be used in combination with a CAT5-008 Front Card.
Figure 50: AVB-008 Rear-Card
An overview about all Status indicators can be found in chapter "Performer Cards / Status LEDs".
Lock
WCLK
WCLK Status LED
7
8
In
Locate
Level Function
LED Display Function push button &
Status LEDs
Out
AVB
WCLK BNC Connector
Pressing the push button toggles the LED display
content between AVB Stream/Port Status indication
and Signal Level indication.
5
6
AVB Stream Input Status LEDs
The unit provides a Word Clock Output BNC
connector.
Clock Source Options:
· AES Input 1 from the frame backplane
· AVB Input Stream 1-8
· AVB Media Clock Stream
AVB - 108
Net wor k
1
2
3
4
AVB Stream Output Status LEDs
AVB RJ45 connector &
Status LEDs
Pressing the function push button for more than 2
seconds activates the Locate / IO Setup indication
for 5 seconds. AVB Controllers like the Riedel AVB
Manager use this function to identify a device. In
AVB Manager a device is flashing while Locate is
active.
The Locate function works in both directions.
When the Locate function of AVB Manager is
triggered, all Input/Output status LEDs are flashing
for 5 seconds.
Figure 51: AVB-008 Card (rear view)
In order to synchronize the Artist Matrix to an AVB Network the Word Clock Output has to be
connected to an ASM G2 Sync module.
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RJ45 AVB Network
1
8
Pin
Signal
1
Tx/Rx_A +
2
Tx/Rx_A -
3
Rx/Tx_B +
4
Rx/Tx_C +
5
Rx/Tx_C -
6
Rx/Tx_B -
7
Rx/Tx_D +
8
Rx/Tx_D -
Figure 52: AVB-008 Card RJ45 pinout
BNC WCLK
1
2
Pin
Signal
1
Tx +
2
Tx -
Word Clock output: TTL / 75 Ω
Sample Rate: 48 kHz ±10%
Figure 53: AVB-008 Card BNC pinout
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3.10
ASM G2 Sync Module
The ASM (Artist Sync Module) is used to synchronize the system to an external AES or 48kHz signal.
Therefore the AES sync signal can be connected to the XLR 3 pole female plug. A 48kHz square signal can be
connected to the BNC jack. A valid signal is shown by the green LEDs next to the jack.
Please connect either the XLR 3 f jacket OR the BNC jack. If both jackets are connected, the AES signal has the
higher priority and will be taken as clock source.
Note that the green LEDs indicate a valid signal, NOT that the System is in Sync.
Figure 54: ASM G2 Card
1
2
Pin
Signal
1
Signal
2
Shield
Z = 75 Ω
Square Wave
Figure 55: ASM G2 Card BNC-pinout
PUSH
2
1
3
Pin
Signal
1
Shield
2
Signal +
3
Signal -
PUSH
Figure 56: ASM G2 Card XLR-pinout
AES input
LED 1
LED 2
LED 3
LED
Status
1 - green
AES Sync detected
2 - red
no signal
3 - green
48kHz Sync detected
48 kHz input
Figure 57: ASM Card (rear view)
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Z = 110 Ω
AES ref signal
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3.11
Status LEDs - Performer Cards
CPU
LED
Off
On
Blinking
Flashing
temporarily
Flashing
all together
red
OK
Error
--
--
Reset /FW update
green
--
--
--
--
Reset /FW update
Client
LED
Off
On
Blinking
Flashing
temporarily
Flashing
all together
red
OK
Error
--
--
Reset /FW update
green
--
Error
OK
No CPU
Reset /FW update
yellow
--
No Configuration
FW Conflict
--
--
Reset /FW update
GPI
LED
Off
On
Blinking
Flashing
temporarily
red
OK
Error
--
--
green
No Configuration or
No Connection to CPU
OK, Card is configured
--
No CPU
yellow
OK
No Configuration or
No Connection to CPU
--
OK
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AVB
LED
off
green
yellow
red
left LED
No
connection
Ethernet
connection ok
--
--
right LED
No traffic
--
Flashing while -Transmitting
AVB Network connector
STATUS LED (In / Out 1 ... 8)
In function setting Locate:
At non active Flashing at
I/O Setup indication
Ports
active Ports
(temporary display for 5 sec.)
--
--
In function setting AVB:
Indicates the status of
streams and ports
Inactive state, Port is configured to send and
no function
receive a stream.
expected
Stream is active
On Input: No
and valid.
sender (Talker)
active.
On Output:
No receiver
(Listener).
Port is set up to stream
audio, but an error has
occurred. Errors are:
1. Stream isn't flowing
although expected to
do so
2. Invalid format
In function setting Level:
Signal present and Clip
indication for audio
--
Signal Level
->-50 dBFS
(200 ms hold time)
Signal Level
>-1 dBFS
(200 ms hold time)
--
Unit Locked
Sync Error
WCLK
Lock
--
AVB Audio Ports Status Table
LED
Color
Talker / Listener AES Input Data
Exists
Valid
Talker / Listener
Subscribed
Talker / Listener
Flowing
State 1
off
No
--
--
--
State 2
red
Yes
No
--
--
State 3
red
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
State 4
yellow
Yes
Yes
No
--
State 5
green
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes = at least one
Talker/Listener
subscribed.
Yes = at least one
subscribed Talker/
Listener;
stream is flowing
No = subscribed
stream indicates an
error.
Logic
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Yes = at least one -Talker/Listener
exists.
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3.12
Technical Data - Performer Cards
Type
Weight
Voltage
Fuse
Description
CPU-032
350 g
24 V
1A
Central Processing Unit
COAX-008
400 g
24 V
1A
Digital Card (BNC) for Panels and Accessories
CAT5-008
350 g
24 V
1A
Digital Card (RJ45) for Panels and Accessories
AIO-008
AIO-009
600 g
250 g
24 V
1A
Analog Audio Card, (008 transformer
balanced, 009 elec. balanced)
AES-008
350 g
24 V
1A
Digital Audio Card
ELA-OP-016
300 g
24 V
1A
General Purpose Interface Card
GPI-016
300 g
24 V
3.15 A
General Purpose Interface Card
VOIP-008
300 g
24 V
1A
8 Channel VoIP Card
AVB-008 RC
120 g
24 V
--
8 Channel AVB Rear Card
ASM
60 g
24 V
0.3 A
Sync Module
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4 Panels
Riedel offers several categories of control panels.
·
·
·
·
·
·
1100 OLED series with 140 dpi resolution and 65.000 colors OLED keys and full option.
1000 LED series with bright LED keys and full options.
2300 Smartpanel
2000 LCD series with LCD display.
3000 series with label stripes.
5000 series low budget desktop version.
All panels are connected digitally to the matrix and offer broadcast quality audio.
Please find common descriptions of function key blocks and summarized technical data for each panel at the
end of this chapter.
4.1
1100 OLED Series
The 1100 series are Riedel’s next generation control key panels for digital matrix intercoms. Following Riedel’s
intuitive concept of integrated displays in the panel keys, the 1100 series features high-res color OLEDs. With
65,000 colors and a resolution of 140 dpi these new displays provide excellent readability and are able to
show highly detailed characters and icons of up to 24x24 pixels. Definable marker colors for the keys
complete the labeling options and provide instant function identification and signalization, e.g. for an
incoming call.
The panel provides individual rotary encoders to adjust the listen level of each talk key. Furthermore all 1100
Series control key-panels provide 5 dedicated function keys, a built-in high-power loudspeaker, two headset
and microphone connectors. 3 GPIs and 3 GPOs are available for system-wide programming as standard. Two
sets of balanced line level audio inputs and outputs are also provided as standard.
An expansion slot for additional modules prepares the control panel for future technology developments.
For the entirely digital connection to the matrix via AES the panel provides both BNC and CAT-5 connectors
as standard. The second audio channel of the AES signal allows the panel to transport broadcast quality
audio in addition to the intercom application – an ideal feature for commentary positions. The efficient
circuit design of the 1100 series panel results in ultra-compact design with an integrated power-supply, 50 per
cent less power consumption and less heat generation.
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4.1.1
RCP-1112
Rotary
Encoder
Panel Mic
Connector
Key with
OLED Display
Function
Key Block
SH IFT
HS
F1
O PT
RCP
1112
F2
Headset
Connector
Master
Volume Adjust
Speaker
Figure 58: RCP-1112 (front view)
GPI
In
Expansion
Slot
Matrix
Audio
In
Headset
A
RIEDEL
RCP 1112
Mains
GPI
Out
Expansion
Matrix
Audio
Out
Headset
B
Figure 59: RCP-1112 (rear view)
An overview about all connectors can be found in chapter "Panels / Panel Connectors".
4.1.2
RCP-1128
Panel Mic
Connector
Rotary
Encoder
Key with
OLED Display
Function
Key Block
RCP
1128
SH IFT
HS
F1
O PT
F2
Headset
Connector
Master
Volume Adjust
Speaker
Figure 60: RCP-1128 (front view)
GPI
In
Matrix
Expansion
Slot
Audio
In
Headset
A
RIEDEL
RCP 1128
Mains
GPI
Out
Expansion
Matrix
Audio
Out
Headset
B
Figure 61: RCP-1128 (rear view)
An overview about all connectors can be found in chapter "Panels / Panel Connectors".
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4.1.3
ECP-1116
Rotary
Encoder
Key with
OLED Display
ECP
1116
Figure 62: ECP-1116 (front view)
ID setting
78
Mains
23
45 6
90 1
RIEDEL
ECP 1116
Expansion
In
Expansion
Out
Figure 63: ECP-1116 (rear view)
An overview about all connectors can be found in chapter "Panels / Panel Connectors".
4.1.4
ECP Panel setup 1100 Series
RIEDEL
ECP 1116
901
ECP
23
456
ID = 1
78
RIEDEL
ECP 1116
901
23
456
ID = 2
ECP
78
RIEDEL
ECP 1116
23
ECP
456
901
ID = 6
78
RCP
Figure 64: ECP Panel setup 1100 Series
Up to 6 ECP panels can be daisy chained.
ID setting must be unique and set to the corresponding address in the director configuration file.
Use 1:1 CAT5 FTP cables for all connections. The cable MUST be shielded.
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4.1.5
DCP-1116
Master
Volume Adjust Speaker
Function
Key Block
Panel Mic
Connector
SH IFT
HS
F1
O PT
F2
Rotary
Encoder
D CP 111 6
Key with
OLED
Display
Figure 65: DCP-1116 (top view)
GPI
Out
Matrix
Headset
B
Audio
Out
J1
M atr ix
Riedel
DCP 1116
Mains
Matrix
GPI
In
Headset
A
Audio
In
Figure 66: DCP-1116 (rear view)
An overview about all connectors can be found in chapter "Panels / Panel Connectors".
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4.1.6
CCP-1116
The Riedel CCP-1116 is the next generation commentary unit for two commentators with integrated intercom
functionality for Digital Matrix Intercom systems. The unit provides up to two commentary positions with
high-quality microphone preamps as well as all the intercom features from the renowned 1100 series
intercom panels.
Built in a compact housing and connected via a single CAT5 or COAX cable, the CCP-1116 is fast and easy to
install. A standalone/emergency mode as well as a redundant power supply solution ensures maximum
reliability. The CCP-1116 features a high-quality microphone preamp with 48V phantom power, a +6dBu
Limiter and a level meter per commentator. Large “On Air” and “Cough/Mic Mute” keys with LED indicators
make operation quick and easy – even under difficult lighting conditions. An additional programmable and
remote-controllable mono line-input offers a connection point to feed in local playback sources. The monitor
mix section features three source level controls plus side-tone and master level controls. All sources are
routable for split-ear operation of the commentary headphones.
The intercom section features 16 freely assignable control keys with individual level controls. To allow for
two-user operation the control panel keys can be split into two. Following Riedel’s intuitive concept of
integrated displays in the panel keys, the 1100 series features the next generation of high-res color OLEDs.
With 65,000 colors and a resolution of 140 dpi these new displays provide excellent readability and are able
to show up to eight highly detailed characters of up to 24x24 pixels. Definable marker colors for the keys
complete the labeling options and provide instant function identification and signalization, e.g. for incoming
calls.
Panel Mic
Connector
(Intercom only)
PHONES A
Intercom
Microphone
active
Internal
Speaker
(Intercom only)
PHONES B
B
AUX 1
ON
AUX 1
ON
SHIFT
HS
F1
OPT
AUX 2
ON
Volume Control /
Enable MIC B
AUX 2
ON
F2
MIC B
ON
MIC A
MIC A
ON
MIC A
SIGNAL
MIC B
MIC A
MUTE
MIC B
SIGNAL
MIC B
MUTE
OUTPUT
LEVEL B
Volume Control /
Enable MIC A
Volume Control
MIC B (Sidetone)
Mic Level LED
Output Level B
Indication
Enable MIC B
on Air
PHONES A
MIC B
MIC A
PHONES B
Figure 67: CCP-1116 (top view)
Commentator A
MIC A /
PHONES A
PHONES A
Output
Figure 68: CCP-1116 (front view)
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Volume Control /
Enable AUX 2
ON AIR
B
OUTPUT
LEVEL A
Output Level A
Indication
Mute MIC A
Volume Control /
Enable AUX 1
Master Volume
Control B
PHONES B
PHONES A
ON AIR
A
Enable MIC A
on Air
Rotary
Encoder
A
Volume Control /
Enable AUX 2
Master Volume
Control A
Function
Key Block
Intercom Master
Volume Control
Int. & Ext. Speaker OLED
Display & Key
Headset A & B
CCP 1116
Volume Control /
Enable AUX 1
Volume Control
MIC A (Sidetone)
Mic Level LED
Intercom
Volume
Indicator
MIC A
Input
Intercom only
HEADSET A
INTERCOM
Commentator B
HEADSET B
INTERCOM
HEADSET A
Connector
HEADSET B
Connector
MIC B /
PHONES B
MIC B
Input
PHONES B
Output
Mute MIC B
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MAINS INPUT
DC EXT. 12V
GPIO
MATRIX
EXT. SPEAKER
Connection
to Artist
DC-Power
Pin1: GND
Pin4: 10...14 VDC
Current: 3 A
AC-Power
Voltage: 100...240 VAC
Frequency: 47...63 Hz
Current: 1 A
MATRIX
General Purpose I/O
#3 in Director config
Pin 1/2: Out-/Out+
Pin 3/4: In-/In+
Pin5: +5 V (250 mA)
Shield: GND
LINE IN
AUX 1 IN
AUX 2 IN
DIRECT B OUT AIR B OUT
MIN
GAIN
MIC A
AUX 2
AUX 1
MIC B
48V
MIC A
to AIR
Output
MIC A+B
to AIR
Output
MIC A
Output
MIC B
to AIR
Output
AUX 1/2
External Speaker
Min. Impedance: 4 Ω Input
Max. Power: 10 W
Routing the Signals (MIC A/B, I/COM,
AUX 1/2) to (L) left, (R) right
or (M) both Headphone channels
L
M
R
off: MIC A/B is only enabled, if
Commentator A/B is On Air
on: permanent enabled MIC A/B
OFF
PHONES MODE
LINE IN can be routed to Intercom
MIC B
MIC A
AUX 2
AUX 1
I/COM
MIC A
ON
MIC B
AUX 1/2 IN can be routed to Phones A and B
ON
-20dB
COMMENTATOR A SETTINGS
AIR A+B OUT DIRECT A OUT AIR A OUT
MIC B
Output
LINE
Input
MIC B
MIC A
48V
OFF
MIC
ON
-20dB
COMMENTATOR B SETTINGS
ALWAYS
MAX
OFF
MIC
MIN
ON
PHONES MODE
MAX
GAIN
OFF
ALWAYS
I/COM
MIC A
OFF L
M
ON R
PHONES MODE
MIC B
MIC A
MIC B
MADE
CCP 1116 IN EEC
I/COM
L
M
R
RIEDEL
AUX 2
Commentator B Commentator A
Settings
Settings
AUX 1
Power-LED Power-LED
AC
DC
MAX
EXT. SPEAKER additional Intercom Speaker output
OFF
MIC
MIN
GAIN
Headphone
settings
ALWAYS
ON
-20dB
48V
COMMENTATOR SETTINGS
MIC GAIN
setting
20 dB MIC
attenuation
Microphone
settings
MIC 48 VDC
Phantom Power
Figure 69: CCP-1116 (rear view)
An overview about all connectors can be found in chapter "Panels / Panel Connectors".
Intercom Master Volume Control / Indicator
These parts are only affecting the connected Intercom headsets and are not changing the volume level of the
commentator headphones A and B.
MIC SIGNAL level LED
The LED will light green while receiving signal amplitude up to +6 dBu. Signal levels above are indicated by a
yellow color. The MIC SIGNAL LED is permanent active as long as a signal on the microphone is detected.
OUTPUT LEVEL Indicator
The 5 LEDs are separated in three ranges. The 3 LEDs on the bottom are indicating an output level of up to 0
dBu. The fourth yellow LED will light at +6 dBu and is indicating the Limiter-Threshold. The red LED on the
top indicates a level of +18 dBu close to clipping. The OUTPUT LEVEL LEDs are only active while the
commentator is ON AIR.
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4.2
1000 LED Series
The 1000 Series are the classic control key-panels from Riedel and are available in 19“ rack-mount, desktop
and modular (Danner) versions. All control key-panels feature bright, dimmable 8-digit alphanumeric in-key
LED displays, individual rotary encoder for listen level control and LED level indication for each talk key. In
addition, all 1000 Series control key-panels provide 5 dedicated function keys, built-in loudspeaker, XLR
headset connector and a removable gooseneck microphone. 3 GPIs and 3 GPOs are available for system-wide
programming as standard. Two sets of balanced line level audio inputs and outputs are also provided as
standard. All control key-panels are equipped with a “shift”-page, essentially doubling up the number of
keys. Up to 6 expansion keys panels can be daisy-chained to the 19” rack-mount control panels for up to a
total of 248 keys.
4.2.1
RCP-1012E
Panel Mic
Connector
Rotary
Encoder
LED
Marker
Key with
LED Display
Function
Key Block
S HIF T
RCP
1012
OPT
Speaker
HS
BEEP
NORM
Headset
Connector
Master
Volume Adjust
Figure 70: RCP-1012E (front view)
GPI In
Mains
Matrix
GPI Out Expansion Matrix
Audio In
Headset B /
Ext. Out
Audio Out
Figure 71: RCP-1012E (rear view)
An overview about all connectors can be found in chapter "Panels / Panel Connectors".
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Headset A /
Ext. Mic
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4.2.2
RCP-1028E
Panel Mic
Connector
Rotary
Encoder
LED
Marker
Key with
LED Display
Function
Key Block
RCP
1028
S HIF T
HS
OPT
BEEP
NORM
Headset
Connector
Master
Volume Adjust
Speaker
Figure 72: RCP-1028E (front view)
GPI In Matrix
Audio In
GPI Out
Mains
Expansion Matrix
Headset B /
Ext. Out
Audio Out
Headset A /
Ext. Mic
Figure 73: RCP-1028E (rear view)
An overview about all connectors can be found in chapter "Panels / Panel Connectors".
ECP-1016
LED
Marker
Rotary
Encoder
Key with
LED Display
ECP
1016
Figure 74: ECP-1016 (front view)
789
Mains
01
2
56
Expansion Out
34
4.2.3
ID setting
Expansion In
Figure 75: ECP-1016 (rear view)
An overview about all connectors can be found in chapter "Panels / Panel Connectors".
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4.2.4
ECP-1012ET
LED
Marker
Rotary
Encoder
Key with
LED Display
ECP
1012 ET
Dial
Block
Memory
Block
(not us ed)
1
2
3
C
M1
M5
4
5
6
P
M2
M6
7
8
9
M3
M7
*
0
#
M4
M8
Figure 76: ECP-1012ET (front view)
789
34
Mains
01
2
56
Expansion Out
ID setting
Expansion In
Figure 77: ECP-1012ET (rear view)
An overview about all connectors can be found in chapter "Panels / Panel Connectors".
ECP Panel setup 1000 Series
ID = 1
78
9
56
34
78
9
34
56
ECP
ECP
78
9
01
2
ID = 6
01
2
ID = 2
01
2
56
4.2.5
ECP
34
RCP
Figure 78: ECP Panel setup 1000 Series
Up to 6 ECP panels can be daisy chained.
ID setting must be unique and set to the corresponding address in the director configuration file.
Use 1:1 CAT5 FTP cables for all connections. The cable MUST be shielded.
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4.2.6
DCP-1016E
Master
Volume Adjust
Function
Key Block
Speaker
Panel Mic
Connector
Rotary
Encoder
S HIF T
HS
OPT
BEEP
NORM
DCP - 1016E
LED
Marker
Key with
LED
Display
Figure 79: DCP-1016E (top view)
Headset
Matrix
A Headset
GPI In
Matrix
B
Mains
Expansion
GPI Out
Audio In /
Ext. Mic
Audio Out /
Ext. Out
Figure 80: DCP-1016E (rear view)
An overview about all connectors can be found in chapter "Panels / Panel Connectors".
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4.2.7
DCP-1016ES
Rotary
Encoder
DCP - 1016ES
LED
Marker
Key with
LED
Display
Figure 81: DCP-1016ES (top view)
Expansion In
Mains
Figure 82: DCP-1016ES (rear view)
An overview about all connectors can be found in chapter "Panels / Panel Connectors".
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4.3
2300 Smartpanel
Figure 83: RSP-2318 (front view)
Figure 84: RSP-2318 (rear view)
The 2300 Smartpanels user manual is a separate document and available for registered users on the Riedel
Website.
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4.4
2000 LCD Series
The 2000 Series control key-panels fulfill all requirements of high-quality versatile and economical intercom
control key-panels. The 2000 Series are available in 1RU rack mount and desktop versions. They feature 8digit, high-contrast, fully graphical LCD displays, showing label and cross-point level for each talk key.
Each talk key has individual listen level control and LCD level indication. All control key-panels are equipped
with a “shift”-page, essentially doubling up the number of keys. Up to three expansion panels can be daisychained to the 19” rack-mount control key-panels providing up to 64 control keys with displays.
4.4.1
RCP-2016P
Panel Mic
Connector
Volume
scale
LCD
Display
Function
Key Block
MUTE
RCP
2016
XP
BEEP SHIFT
SCR
OPT
NORM
HS
Headset
Connector
Key
Master
Volume Adjust
Figure 85: RCP-2016P (front view)
Matrix
Mains
Expansion
Matrix
Figure 86: RCP-2016P (rear view)
An overview about all connectors can be found in chapter "Panels / Panel Connectors".
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4.4.2
RCP-2116P
Panel Mic
Connector
Volume
scale
LCD
Display
Function
Key Block
MUTE
RCP
2116
XP
Speaker
BEEP SHIFT
SCR
OPT
NORM
HS
Headset
Connector
Key
Master
Volume Adjust
Figure 87: RCP-2116P (front view)
GPI
In Matrix
Mains
Audio
In
GPI
Out
Expansion
Headset B /
Ext. Out
Matrix
Audio
Out
Headset A /
Ext. Mic
Figure 88: RCP-2116P (rear view)
An overview about all connectors can be found in chapter "Panels / Panel Connectors".
ECP-2016P
The expansion panel can be used to expand the number of keys.
They are powered from a RCP-2016P/RCP-2116P.
A maximum of 3 ECP-2016P/ECP-2016PT may be connected at the RCP-2016P/RCP-2116P.
Volume
scale
LCD
Display
ECP
2016
Key
Figure 89: ECP-2016P (front view)
7 89
01
2
56
Expansion Out
34
4.4.3
ID setting
Expansion In
Figure 90: ECP-2016P (rear view)
An overview about all connectors can be found in chapter "Panels / Panel Connectors".
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4.4.4
ECP-2016PT
The ECP-2016PT is powered from the RCP-2016P/RCP-2116P.
A maximum of 3 ECP-2016P/ECP-2016PT may be connected at the RCP-2016P/RCP-2116P.
Dial
Block
Volume
scale
LCD
Display
1
4
7
ECP
2016
*
2
5
8
0
3
6
9
#
Memory
Block
(not us ed )
C
P
M1
M2
M3
M4
M5
M6
M7
M8
Key
Figure 91: ECP-2016PT (front view)
7 89
01
2
56
Expansion Out
34
ID setting
Expansion In
Figure 92: ECP-2016PT (rear view)
An overview about all connectors can be found in chapter "Panels / Panel Connectors".
4.4.5
ECP Panel setup 2000 Series
56
78
9
34
56
ECP
78
9
01
2
ID = 3
01
2
ID = 1
ECP
34
RCP
Figure 93: ECP Panel setup 2000 Series
Up to 3 ECP panels can be daisy chained.
ID setting must be unique and set to the corresponding address in the director configuration file.
Use 1:1 CAT5 FTP cables for all connections. The cable MUST be shielded.
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4.4.6
DCP-2016P
Master
Volume Adjust
Function
Key Block
Speaker
Panel Mic
Connector
MUTE BEEP SHIFT
XP
SCR
OPT
NORM
LCD
Display
DCP – 2016 P
HS
Volume
scale
Key
Figure 94: DCP-2016P (top view)
Matrix
Mains
Matrix
Headset A
Expansion
Figure 95: DCP-2016P (rear view)
An overview about all connectors can be found in chapter "Panels / Panel Connectors".
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4.4.7
DCP-2116P
Master
Volume Adjust
Function
Key Block
Speaker
Panel Mic
Connector
MUTE BEEP SHIFT
XP
SCR
OPT
NORM
LCD
Display
DCP – 2116 P
HS
Volume
scale
Key
Figure 96: DCP-2116P (top view)
Headset
Matrix
A Headset
GPI In
Matrix
B
Mains
Expansion
GPI Out
Audio In /
Ext. Mic
Audio Out /
Ext. Out
Figure 97: DCP-2116P (rear view)
An overview about all connectors can be found in chapter "Panels / Panel Connectors".
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4.4.8
DCP-2016PS
LCD
Display
DCP – 2016 PS
Volume
scale
Key
Figure 98: DCP-2016PS (top view)
Expansion In
Figure 99: DCP-2016PS (rear view)
An overview about all connectors can be found in chapter "Panels / Panel Connectors".
The DCP-2016PS is powered from the DCP-2016P/DCP-2116P.
Use 1:1 CAT5 FTP cables for all connections. The cable MUST be shielded.
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4.5
3000 Series without Display
NOTE: discontinued product.
The 3000 series control key-panels are the cost-effective entry to the Matrix platform. Fulfilling all
requirements of a versatile intercom control key-panel the panels comprise the 2000 Series illuminated color
indication of the push-buttons and provide marker stripes for easy labeling of the keys.
4.5.1
RCP-3016P
Panel Mic
Connector
Marker
Stripe
Speaker
RCP
3016
Headset
Connector
Key
Master
Volume Adjust
Figure 100: RCP-3016P (front view)
Matrix
Mains
Expansion
Matrix
Figure 101: RCP-3016P (rear view)
An overview about all connectors can be found in chapter "Panels / Panel Connectors".
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ECP-3016P
The expansion panel can be used to expand the number of keys.
They are powered from a RCP-3016P.
Connect maximum 3 ECP-3016P to one RCP-3016P.
Marker
Stripe
ECP
3016
Key
Figure 102: ECP-3016P (front view)
7 89
01
2
56
Expansion Out
34
4.5.2
ID setting
Expansion In
Figure 103: ECP-3016P (rear view)
An overview about all connectors can be found in chapter "Panels / Panel Connectors".
For the ECP-3016P setup please refer the ECP Panel setup 2000 Series.
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4.5.3
DCP-3016P
Master
Volume Adjust
Speaker
Panel Mic
Connector
MUTE BEEP SHIFT
XP
SCR
OPT
NORM
Marker
Stripe
DCP – 3016 P
HS
Key
Figure 104: DCP-3016P (top view)
Matrix
Mains
Matrix
Headset A
Expansion
Figure 105: DCP-3016P (rear view)
An overview about all connectors can be found in chapter "Panels / Panel Connectors".
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4.5.4
DCP-3016PS
MUTE
XP
BEEP SHIFT
SCR
OPT
NORM
Marker
Stripe
DCPDCP – 3016 PS
2016 P
HS
Key
Figure 106: DCP-3016PS (top view)
Expansion In
Figure 107: DCP-3016PS (rear view)
An overview about all connectors can be found in chapter "Panels / Panel Connectors".
The DCP-3016PS is powered from the DCP-3016P.
Use 1:1 CAT5 FTP cables for all connections. The cable MUST be shielded.
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4.6
5000 Series
The 5x08 control key-panels are the most cost-effective entry to the digital Performer platform.
It is available with (5108) or without (5008) display.
Both versions have automatic headset detection that can be overwritten by a long push on the Master
Volume Adjust Button.
A short push on the Master Volume Adjust button changes between the standard page and the shift page
(DCP-5108 with Display ONLY).
The optional available 19”rack mount kit (DCP-RA) allows the panel to be mounted into a standard 19”, 2RU
rack mount space.
The optional available wall mount kit (DCP-WA) allows the panel to be mounted at a wall.
The mount kits can be mounted at the customer side.
The microphone of both panels is fix mounted and can NOT be exchanged by the customer.
4.6.1
DCP-5008 (without Display)
Panel Mic
Connector
Mic
active LED
Marker
Stripe
Matrix
Speaker
Mains
Headset
Connector
Headset
active LED
Key
Master
Volume Adjust
[without function]
Figure 108: DCP-5008 (top view)
(view from right side)
An overview about all connectors can be found in chapter "Panels / Panel Connectors".
4.6.2
DCP-5108 (with Display)
Panel Mic
Connector
Mic
active LED
LCD
Display
Matrix
Speaker
Mains
Headset
Connector
Headset
active LED
Figure 109: DCP-5108 (top view)
Key
Master
Volume Adjust
Shift Page
active LED
(view from right side)
An overview about all connectors can be found in chapter "Panels / Panel Connectors".
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4.7
Modular Panels
Based on the 1000 Series Control Panels the Modular Panel has been designed to fit into consoles based on
the popular 190x40mm mechanics. In addition, it provides a modular panel system for any type of custom
application.
The displays work in horizontal or vertical mode so that labeling can be easily recognized.
4.7.1
DIF-1000
The Danner Interface is used for the connection between the modular panels and the Matrix. All DSP
functionality and external option interfaces like GPI and Audio in/out as known from the LED panel series are
also available at the DIF-1000.
Panel
Mic
Power LED
Speaker
DIF
1000
Headset
Figure 110: DIF-1000 (front view)
GPI In
Mains
Matrix
GPI Out Expansion Matrix
Audio In
Headset B /
Ext. Out
Audio Out
Headset A /
Ext. Mic
Figure 111: DIF-1000 (rear view)
An overview about all connectors can be found in chapter "Panels / Panel Connectors".
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4.7.2
DBM-1004E
The base module DBM-1004E provides four keys with integrated 8-digit LED displays, individual listen level
controls and LED level indication for each talk key.
Similar to the 1000 series control panels, the DBM-1004E also features 5 function keys plus master volume
control.
The number of keys can be expanded by additional DEM-1006E.
SHIF T
OPT
HS
BEEP
MIC
LED
NORM
Function
Key Block
Master
Volume
Adjust
Marker
to DIF-1000
to EXP/
PS-1000
Rotary
Encoder
Figure 112: DBM-1004E (front view / rear view)
4.7.3
DEM-1006E
The Danner extension module DEM-1006E offers 6 additional keys. Up to 6 DEM-1006E can be daisy chained
to a DBM-1004E. The last open RJ45 jack has to be connected to the DPS-1000 power supply.
Each DEM-1006E needs a unique ID, set by the rotary switch at the rear side. The first DEM (next to the DBM)
has to be set to 1, further DEM-1006E have to be set to 1+n.
34
to EXP/
PS-1000
Marker
Rotary
Encoder
Figure 113: DEM-1006E (front view / rear view)
62
01 2
56
78 9
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Modular Panels setup
Connect the DIF-1000 via Coax or CAT5 to the Matrix and connect at least one DBM to the expansion port. Up
to 6 additional DEM-1006E can be connected to the DBM. The last open RJ45 jack has to be connected to the
DPS-1000 power supply.
Please connect the DPS to the DBM/DEM prior connecting the DIF-1000 to mains.
7 89
7 89
56
56
1
012
56
2
012
56
7 89
012
012
up to 10 m
34
7 89
3
34
6
34
34
4.7.4
to DIF-1000
up to 10 m
DEM
1006
DEM
1006
DEM
1006
DEM
1006
DBM
1004
to DPS -1000
Power Supply
Figure 114: Modular Panels setup (rear view)
ID setting must be unique and set to the corresponding address in the director configuration file.
Use 1:1 CAT5 FTP cables for all connections. The cable MUST be shielded.
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4.7.5
DEM-1106
The Danner extension module DEM-1106 offers 6 additional keys. The module will be daisy chained like an
expansion-panel to a RCP-1112, RCP-1128 or ECP-1116 panel. Each DEM-1106 need to be powered via
external power supply DPS-1000.
This module is offered in 3 different versions of the frontpanel: Danner, Lawo and DHD.
DEM 1106D
DEM 1106L
DEM 1106
Rotary
Encoder
Key with
OLED-Display
Danner
Lawo
DHD
Figure 115: DEM-1106 (front view)
Power
Supply
EXP IN
ADR
1
1
1
Expansion
Output
7 8
MADE
RIEDEL
DEM 1106 IN EEC
9 0 1
4 5 6
8
8
8
EXP OUT
2 3
+5,5V
Expansion
Input
ID
Setting
Figure 116: DEM-1106 (rear view)
Each DEM-1106 needs a unique ID, set by the rotary switch at the rear side. The first Expansion panel has to
be set to "1", further panels have to be set to 1+n.
The daisy chain setup of DEM-1106 modules are analog the ECP-panels and can be found in chapter
"ECP Panel setup 1100 Series".
An overview about all connectors can be found in chapter "Panels / Panel Connectors".
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DEM-2008
The Danner extension module DEM-2008 offers 8 additional keys. The module will be daisy chained like an
expansion-panel to a RCP-2x16P or ECP-2016P(T) panel. Each DEM-2008 need to be powered via external
power supply DPS-1000.
This module is offered in 3 different versions of the frontpanel: Danner, Lawo and DHD.
DEM 2008D
DEM 2008L
DEM 2008
LCD
Display
Key
Volume
Scale
Danner
Lawo
DHD
Figure 117: DEM-2008 (front view)
Power
Supply
EXP IN
ADR
8
EXP OUT
8
8
+5,5V
Expansion
Input
1
1
1
Expansion
Output
MADE
RIEDEL
DEM 2008 IN EEC
9 0 1
4 5 6
7 8
2 3
4.7.6
ID
Setting
Figure 118: DEM-2008 (rear view)
Each DEM-2008 needs a unique ID, set by the rotary switch at the rear side. The first Expansion panel has to
be set to "1", further panels have to be set to 1+n.
The daisy chain setup of DEM-2008 modules are analog the ECP-panels and can be found in chapter
"ECP Panel setup 2000 Series".
An overview about all connectors can be found in chapter "Panels / Panel Connectors".
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4.8
Panel Connectors
XLR 3 male Audio Connector CCP-1116
1
2
3
Pin
Ext. Speaker
Audio Output
1
Shield
Shield
2
Speaker +
Signal + (hot)
3
Speaker -
Signal - (cold)
Ext. Speaker Out: 2 W, 4 Ω
Audio Out Norm Level = +6 dBu
Audio Out Max. Level = +18 dBu
Figure 119: Panel XLR 3 male pinout
XLR 3 female Audio Connector CCP-1116
PUSH
2
1
3
Pin
Audio Input
1
Shield
2
Signal + (hot)
3
Signal - (cold)
Norm Level = +6 dBu
Max. Level = +18 dBu
Figure 120: Panel XLR 3 female pinout
XLR 4 male Headset Connector / DC Power CCP-1116
4
1
2
3
Pin
Headset *
DC-Power CCP-1116
1
Shield (MIC -)
GND
2
MIC + (+4 VDC)
NC
3
Phones -
NC
4
Phones +
+10 ... +14 VDC (3 A)
*
Mic power will be switched on/off according to the setting in the panels audio
patch in the Director software
Figure 121: Panel XLR 4 male pinout
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XLR 5 female GPIO Connector CCP-1116
PUSH
Pin
GPIO
1
Output -
1
2
Output +
2
3
Input -
4
Input +
5
+5 V (250 mA / Shield = GND)
5
4
3
Figure 122: Panel XLR 5 female pinout
RJ 45 Matrix/Expansion Connector
1
8
Pin
Matrix
Expansion
1000 Series
Expansion
2000/2100/
3000 Series
1
TxD +
Data +
Data +
2
TxD -
Data -
Data -
3
RxD +
4
5
6
RxD -
7
GND
8
Case
+5 V
Chassis GND
Chassis GND
Chassis GND
Figure 123: Panel RJ-45 pinout
BNC Matrix Connector
1
2
Pin
Coax
1
TxRx Data +
2
TxRx Data -
Figure 124: Panel BNC pinout
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Sub-D 9 female Headset Connector
Headset
A
electret mic
1
: Mic +
6
: Mic 2
: Mic shield
7
: LS 3
: LS +
8
: LS shield
4
: Ext. Mic +
9
: Ext. Mic 5
: Ext. Mic shield
Headset
B
Pin
Headset A
Headset B
1
HS MIC +, +5 V
HS MIC +, +5 V
2
Chassis
(MIC Shield)
Chassis
(MIC Shield)
3
HS Phones +
HS Phones +
4
Ext. MIC +, +5 V
Ext. Speaker Out -
5
Chassis
(Ext. MIC Shield)
NC
6
HS MIC -
HS MIC -, +5 V
7
HS Phones - (GND) HS Phones - (GND)
8
Chassis
Chassis
(HS Phones Shield) (HS Phones Shield)
9
Ext. MIC -, +5 V
Ext. Speaker Out +
Case
Chassis
Chassis
Ext. Speaker Out: 2 W, 4 Ω
dynamic mic
1
: Mic +
6
: Mic 2
: Mic shield
7
: LS 3
: LS +
8
: LS shield
4
: Ext. LS out 9
: Ext. LS out +
Headset
B
MIC Headset B is balanced and optimized for
dynamic microphones.
To connect an electret microphone to Headset B,
connect MIC + to pin 1 and MIC - & shield to pin 2 & 6.
electret mic
1
: Mic +
6
: Mic 2
: Mic shield
7
: LS 3
: LS +
8
: LS shield
4
: Ext. LS out 9
: Ext. LS out +
Figure 125: Panel Sub-D 9 female Headset A/B pinout
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MIC Headset A is unbalanced and optimized for
electret microphones. If a dynamic MIC is used at
Headset A connector, the signal noise ratio quality is
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D-Sub 9 GPI Connector
GPI Out
Pin
GPI OUT
GPI IN
1
GPI 1 Out A
GPI 1 In +
2
GPI 2 Out A
GPI 2 In +
3
GPI 3 Out A
GPI 3 In +
4
+5 V, max 50 mA
+5 V, max. 50 mA
6
GPI 1 Out B
GPI 1 In -
7
GPI 2 Out B
GPI 2 In -
8
GPI 3 Out B
GPI 3 In -
9
GND
GND
5
male
Case
GPI In
Uin = +5 ... +48 V
Output: max. 60 V / 300 mA
(protected by self-healing fuse)
female
Examples for external connections
Figure 126: Panel Sub-D 9 female/male GPI IN/OUT pinout
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Sub-D 9 Audio Connector
male
Pin
Audio OUT
Audio IN
1
Audio Out A +
Audio In A +
2
Audio A Shield
Audio A Shield
3
Audio Out B -
Audio In B -
4
Ext. Out + *
Ext. MIC + *
*
Ext. MIC Shield *
5
Ext. Out Shield
6
Audio Out A -
Audio In A -
7
Audio Out B +
Audio In B +
8
Audio B Shield
Audio B Shield
9
Ext. Out - *
Ext. MIC - *
Case
*
DCP only (refer to Sub-D 9 Headset for connection)
Z in = > 20 kΩ
Z out = < 10 Ω
Norm Level = +6 dBu
Max. Level = +18 dBu
female
Examples for external connections
Figure 127: Panel Sub-D 9 female/male Audio IN/OUT pinout
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4.9
Panel Function Keys
SHIFT
OPT
HS
SHIFT
BEEP
F1
HS
MUTE
BEEP
SHIFT
XP
SCR
OPT
OPT
NORM
NORM
F2
HS
1000 Series
1100 Series
2000 Series
Figure 128: Function Keys of panels
Master Volume Knob
The master volume knob is used to change the volume level.
Double click on the master volume knob will force all keys to the default volume.
Panel-Reset - 1000 Series
Push SHIFT + OPT + NORM simultaneously. The panel will reset when connected to a matrix or change to
demo mode (if not connected to a matrix).
Panel-Reset - 1100 Series
The panel will reset by pushing SHIFT + F1 + F2 simultaneously. If F1 will be still pushed while releasing SHIFT
+ F2, the panel can be set to demo mode after pushing the OLED key "DEMO".
Panel-Reset - 2000 Series
To reset the panel push key 9, 16 and the master volume knob simultaneously.
Key 9
Key 16
Master Volume Adjust
MUTE
RCP
2016
XP
BEEP SHIFT
SCR
OPT
NORM
HS
Figure 129: LCD Panel Reset
4-wire mode (= standalone without matrix connection /only 1000 and 1100 Series)
The 4-wire modus is supported starting panel monitor 3.15. It is initiated by pushing OPT, BEEP and NORM
(1000 series) or F1, OPT and F2 (1100 series) simultaneously while powering the unit. In this mode, the panel
offers direct Audio In- and Output from the MIC to Audio OUT A (Call A) and Audio OUT B (Call B). Pressing
“Call” will send the Audio to Audio OUT A and Audio OUT B. Audio IN A and Audio IN B are connected to the
speaker. The Headset function is still supported and can be selected by pressing HS.
In the HS mode, the sidetone can be adjusted by the encoder next to the key labeled with “Sidetone”. Using
the key “int. MIC” / ”ext. MIC” switches between the panel microphone and the external MIC input at the
AUDIO IN connector.
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Function Panel
Key
Series
Function
SHIFT
1000 /
1100 /
2000
Changes to shift page
The Shift page virtually doubles the number of keys on the panel. Pressing SHIFT
toggles between the main page and the shift page not only on the control panel
but also on all expansion panels which are connected to the control panel.
OPT
1000 /
1100 /
2000
Displays the options of keys
This key displays the Client card firmware version and other information in the LCD
display. Using the OPT button in SHIFT mode shows additional information like
NODE, IP address, Port, Bay etc.
NORM
1000 /
2000
Sets crosspoint to unity gain
Pushing NORM and a key 1-12 / 1-16 forces the volume of the used key to unity
gain.
HS *
1000 /
1100 /
2000
Toggles between Headset-Mode an Speaker-Mode
This function key toggles between panel speaker mode and headset mode. By
default, the built-in loudspeaker and the gooseneck microphone are switched off
while headset Mic and headset speaker are activated in headset mode. Panel
behavior in speaker and headset mode can be edited using the Director
configuration software on a panel by panel basis. To indicate headset mode the
master volume LED indication is switched from amber to green and the HS function
key LED is switched on.
F1/F2 *
1100
User programmable function keys
The function of these keys can be set in the Director Software.
BEEP
1000 /
2000
Generates a beep at the destination panel
This function key causes an audible call (beep) at the selected destination panel.
Push & hold BEEP and press destination key. The beep volume can be adjusted
(and switched off) using the Director configuration software on a panel by panel
basis. Press BEEP and simultaneously a key 1-16. A beep will be generated at the
destination. Beeps to groups or conferences are not possible.
SCR *
2000
Enables scroll - list
Enables the user to call to members which are not programmed on a specific key.
The first step is to program a scroll list in the Director configuration software and to
define a key on the panel as “scroll list key”. Press SCR and the “scroll list key”. Then
use the volume knob to scroll through the functions:
C2 port = call to port
L2 port = listen to port
C2 Group = call to group
Route = set Crosspoint
When the correct connection appears (e.g. C2 Port) press the master volume adjust
button. Now the select menu appears in the LCD display. Using the master volume
adjust knob offers different destinations (from the scroll list). Select the entry by
pressing the master volume adjust knob for 1 second.
MUTE
2000
Mutes crosspoint in combination with talk key
Press Mute and simultaneously key 1-16.The member on that key will be muted.
Repeat this in order to unmute the member. The volume will return to the
previously adjusted value.
XP
2000
Adjust crosspoint gain
Press XP and simultaneously key 1-16. Release both knobs and use the master
volume to adjust the crosspoint gain.
*
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4.10
How to...
Key + Encoder
The 8-digit displays are part of the keys: pressing the display activates the key. The encoder next to the
display (right hand side) adjusts the individual crosspoint volume. Turn left to reduce the listen level from
this destination, turn right to increase the listen level. A short press of the encoder („click“) mutes the
crosspoint. Click again to return to the previous listen level. The mute-function of the encoder can be
disabled using the Director configuration software. To reset the crosspoint volume to the default value, press
& hold NORM and press the display/key.
Double-click on the master volume encoder resets all crosspoint volumes of the panel to the default value.
For 2000 series, press XP and simultaneously key 1-16. Release both knobs and use the master volume to
adjust the crosspoint.
Signalizing / Key status indication (system default)
To indicate an outgoing call (call to port) the LED-bar above the key shines green while the volume LED
shines red. An incoming call is indicated by an amber LED-bar again but the volume LED shines red. For 2000
and 3000 series panels, the key appears blue for outgoing call to ports and yellow for incoming calls. „Busy“
and „in use“ indications are also supported (if configured). All command-related LED-bar indications can be
edited using the NET properties in the Director configuration software. This enables the user to adapt to
custom requirements or keep existing signaling habits.
Answer-back key (REPLY)
There is no dedicated answer-back key on the panel. Instead, any key, on both main and shift page can be
configured as the REPLY key. An incoming call shows up on the Reply key including the label of the caller.
Pressing the Reply key answers the call regardless if the caller is configured to a key of the panel or not. The
Reply key label displays the last caller and times out to „Reply“ after 10 seconds. The Reply function remains
assigned to the last caller and pressing the reply key after the timeout calls up the last callers display label
again. The timeout can be adjusted using the configuration software.
Double-clicking on the encoder of the Reply key calls up the answer back stack which holds the 10 most
recent callers. Turning the encoder scrolls through the list and pressing the encoder for approx.1 seconds
confirms the selection, hence re-assigning the Reply key to the selected destination.
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4.11
Technical Data - Panels
All Panel Types
AC Voltage
90 ... 264 VAC
Frequency
47 ... 63 Hz
Operating Temperature
-5°C ... +55°C
1000 LED Series
Panel Type
Dimensions
Weight
Power consumption
RCP-1012E
19" x 1 HE x 56 mm
1.0 kg
Max. 30 VA
RCP-1028E
19" x 2 HE x 56 mm
1.8 kg
Max. 48 VA
ECP-1016
19" x 1 HE x 56 mm
1.0 kg
Max. 30 VA
ECP-1012ET
19" x 1 HE x 56 mm
1.0 kg
Max. 30 VA
DCP-1016E
255 x 77 x 235 mm
1.6 kg
Max. 30 VA
DCP-1016ES
255 x 77 x 235 mm
1.6 kg
Max. 30 VA
DIF-1000
19" x 1 HE x 70 mm
1.2 kg
Max. 30 VA
DBM-1004E
40 x 190 x 60 mm
0.33 kg
Max. 8 VA
DEM-1006E
40 x 190 x 60 mm
0.37 kg
powered via DBM
Panel Type
Dimensions
Weight
Power consumption
RCP-1112
19" x 1 HE x 110 mm
1.6 kg
Max. 30 VA
RCP-1128
19" x 2 HE x 105 mm
2.2 kg
Max. 34 VA
ECP-1116
19" x 1 HE x 93 mm
1.3 kg
Max. 14 VA
DCP-1116
255 x 80 x 225 mm
1.6 kg
Max. 31 VA
CCP-1116
390 x 108 x 290 mm
5.2 kg
Max. 40 VA
DEM-1106
40 x 190 x 45 mm (Danner)
40 x 200 x 45 mm (Lawo)
40 x 293 x 45 mm (DHD)
0.27 kg
Max. 5 VA
1100 OLED Series
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2000 LCD Series
Panel Type
Dimensions
Weight
Power consumption
RCP-2016P
19" x 1 HE x 56 mm
1.0 kg
Max. 30 VA
RCP-2116P
19" x 1 HE x 56 mm
1.0 kg
Max. 30 VA
ECP-2016P
19" x 1 HE x 56 mm
1.42 kg
powered via xCP-20xx
ECP-2016PT
19" x 1 HE x 56 mm
1.45 kg
powered via xCP-20xx
DCP-2016P
255 x 77 x 235 mm
1.6 kg
Max. 45 VA
DCP-2116P
255 x 77 x 235 mm
1.6 kg
Max. 30 VA
DCP-2016PS
255 x 77 x 235 mm
1.6 kg
powered via xCP-20xx
DEM-2008
40 x 190 x 45 mm (Danner)
40 x 200 x 45 mm (Lawo)
40 x 293 x 45 mm (DHD)
0.38 kg
Max. 5 VA
Panel Type
Dimensions
Weight
Power consumption
RCP-3016P
19" x 1HE x 56 mm
1.0 kg
Max. 20 VA
ECP-3016P
19" x 1HE x 56 mm
1.8 kg
powered via xCP-30xx
DCP-3016P
255 x 77 x 235 mm
1.6 kg
Max. 20 VA
DCP-3016PS
255 x 77 x 235 mm
1.6 kg
powered via xCP-30xx
Panel Type
Dimensions
Weight
Power consumption
DCP-5008
283 x 95 x 115 mm
DCP-5108
283 x 95 x 115 mm
3000 Series without Display
5000 Series
Max. 27 VA
1.55 kg
Max. 27 VA
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5 Accessories
5.1
Network Interfacing
5.1.1
CPX-AVB Expansion Card
The CPX-AVB Expansion Card is a small unit, which is plugged in the expansion slot of a RCP-1112 or RCP1128. It converts the panel signal into AVB and vice versa. It is designed to connect the control panel in one or
two-channel mode to the matrix via IP-based LANs. The CPX-AVB Expansion card is the perfect teammate to
Riedel’s AVB-008 G2 eight channel AVB client card, which is installed directly within the mainframe.
Figure 130: CPX-AVB Expansion Card
RJ45 CPX-AVB Expansion card
1
8
Pin
Signal
1
Tx/Rx_A +
2
Tx/Rx_A -
3
Tx/Rx_B +
4
Tx/Rx_C +
5
Tx/Rx_C -
6
Tx/Rx_B -
7
Tx/Rx_D +
8
Tx/Rx_D -
Figure 131: CPX-AVB Expansion Card RJ45 pinout
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5.1.2
Connect IPx2
The Connect IP x2 is available in two versions: AIO for analog audio signals and CAT for digital audio signals/
panels. The Connect IPx2 required ALWAYS a VoIP card inside a mainframe. See VoIP Application Guide. The
device needs to be powered via external power supply DPS-1000.
Power
LED
Failed
LED
Warning
LED
Channel
status
Active
LED
IP Reset
button
Figure 132: CONNECT IPx2 (front view)
LED
Function
Description
green
Power LED
The Connect IP is connected to power supply
red
Fail LED
Major error, perform a power cycle
(also on during LED test within boot sequence)
yellow
Warning LED
Emergency-Software running / Unit booted but errors present
(see logfile of webinterface)
green
Active LED
on: device is booting
blinking: device is active
red / green
Channel State LED
off: nothing configured
red: port configured but not connected
green: port configured and connected to matrix
red/green moving light: Emergency-Software running
all green blinking: Update in progress
Pressing the IP Reset button for several seconds resets the IP-address to the default value
192.168.42.160.
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AES-Version
AIO-Version
Special Function
Special Function
Figure 133: CONNECT IPx2 (rear view)
RJ45 IPx2
1
8
Pin
AES
1
RxD +
TxD +
2
RxD -
TxD -
3
TxD +
4
Figure 134: CONNECT IPx2 RJ45 pinout
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Vin (+5 .. +6 V)
Ain -
Vin (+5 .. +6 V)
RxD -
Aout +
8
GND
Aout Chassis
Power
RxD +
TxD -
7
Case
LAN
Ain +
5
6
AIO
Chassis
GND
Chassis
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5.1.3
Connect IPx8
The Connect IPx8 is a 19”/1RU unit which converts eight AES or analogue signals into IP data and vice versa.
The device is available in three versions, offering different interface options on the rear of the unit. The CAT5
and COAX versions are for connecting panels and other AES signals, while the AIO version is perfect for the
connection of 4-wires and other analogue sources. The Connect IPx8 can flawlessly connect up to eight
standard 1000, 2000 or 3000 series control panels with full functionality to a matrix via an IP-network.
Power Failed
LED
LED
DEVICE ST AT US
Warning
LED
NET WORK CHANNEL
ST AT US
Active
LED
Channel
status
IP reset button
Figure 135: CONNECT IPx8 (front view)
LED
Function
Description
green
Power LED
The Connect IP is connected to mains
red
Fail LED
Major error, perform a power cycle
(also on during LED test within boot sequence)
yellow
Warning LED
Emergency-Software running / Unit booted but errors present
(see logfile of webinterface)
green
Active LED
on: device is booting
blinking: device is active
red / green
Channel State LED
off: nothing configured
red: port configured but not connected
green: port configured and connected to matrix
red/green moving light: Emergency-Software running
all green blinking: Update in progress
Pressing the IP Reset button for several seconds resets the IP-address to the default value
192.168.42.160.
The Connect IPx8 – VoIP multiplexer is available with different rear cards:
Card Type
Signal
Application
Connector
AIO
analog
Audio
RJ45
CAT5
digital
Audio/Panel
RJ45
COAX
digital
Panel
BNC
The rear cards must be assembled at the factory side.
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Mains
LAN Interface
AES / AIO Interfaces
Figure 136: CONNECT IPx8 RJ45 (rear view)
LED
Function
Description
green
Connection LED
AES device connected
off
Connection LED
no device connected
RJ45 IPx8
1
8
Pin
CAT
1
RxD +
TxD +
2
RxD -
TxD -
3
TxD +
RxD +
4
AIO
Ain +
5
Ain -
6
TxD -
RxD -
7
Aout +
8
Aout -
Case
Chassis
Chassis
Figure 137: CONNECT IPx8 RJ45 pinout
Mains
LAN Interface
Figure 138: CONNECT IPx8 BNC (rear view)
BNC IPx8
1
2
Pin
Signal
1
TxRx Data +
2
TxRx Data -
Figure 139: IPx8 BNC pinout
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AES Interfaces
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Connect AVB X8
The Connect AVB X8 convert's eight AES signals to AVB streams and vice versa. Built in a compact 9.5”/1RU
housing the device provides eight RJ45 ports to connect up to eight control panels in one or two-channel
mode to the matrix via IP-based LANs.
AVB RJ45
Connector & Status LEDs
LED Display Function
Push Button & Status LEDs
AVB Stream
Input Status LEDs
WCLK
BNC Connector
Status
1
3
2
5
4
6
7
8
Out
PANEL / AES INTERFACE
1
2
3
4
5
WCLK
Locate
In
Out
AVB
Level Function
6
GU
IDNR.
In
AVB
Network
Lock
7
8
Connect AVB X8
AES RJ45
Connector
AVB Stream
Output Status LEDs
GUID
WCLK Selection
Switch & Status LEDs
Figure 140: Connect AVB X8 (front view)
AVB Stream
Input Status LEDs
LED Display Function
Push Button & Status LEDs
GUID
DC Supply
DC In
MAINS
Status
In
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
In
Out
Out
Locate
WCLK
Locate
AV B
WCLK
In
AVB
Level
Function
Level Function
Lock
Networ k
GUIDNR.
5.1.4
Lock
POWER
DC
+
12V
+
12V
-
AC
Connect AVB X8
AVB Stream
Output Status LEDs
Power
Status LEDs
WCLK
Status LED
AC Supply
Figure 141: Connect AVB X8 (rear view)
The unit has a switchable WordClock input or output.
The GUID of the unit is printed on the front side and rear side behind the handles. This makes it possible to
identify the unit without power.
Pressing the "Function" push button toggles the Status LED content between AVB Stream/Port Status mode
and Signal Level mode.
Pressing the button for more than 2 seconds displays the Locate / IO Setup mode for 5 seconds. AVB
Controllers like the Riedel AVB Manager use this function to identify a device. In AVB Manager a device is
flashing while Locate is active.
The Locate function works in both directions. When the Locate function of AVB Manager is triggered, all
Input/Output status LEDs are flashing for 5 seconds.
The unit provides two power supply connections (230 VAC / 12 VDC) which can be used for redundancy.
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AVB Status LEDs
LED
off
green
yellow
red
AVB Network connector
left LED
No connection
Ethernet connection -ok
--
right LED
No traffic
--
flashing while
transmitting
--
--
--
STATUS LED (In / Out 1 ... 8)
In function setting At non active Ports Flashing at active
Locate:
Ports
I/O Setup
indication
(temporary display
for 5 sec.)
In function setting Inactive state
AVB:
Indicates the status
of streams and
ports
Port is configured to send and receive a
stream.
Stream is active and On Input: No
valid.
sender (Talker)
active.
On Output: No
receiver (Listener).
Port is set up to
stream audio, but
an error has
occurred. Errors are:
1. Stream isn't
flowing
2. Invalid format
In function setting -Level:
Signal present and
Clip indication for
audio
Signal Level
>-50 dBFS
(200 ms hold time)
--
Signal Level
>-1 dBFS
(200 ms hold time)
WCLK
In
No Input Signal
Valid Input Signal
[In] is not selected
as source and
carries an invalid
Input Signal.
[In] is selected as
source and carries
an invalid Input
Signal.
Lock
--
Unit locked
--
Sync Error
No Supply Voltage
Supply Voltage ok
--
Supply Voltage
out of range
Power
DC / AC
AVB Audio Ports Status Table
LED
Color
Talker / Listener AES Input Data
Exists
Valid
Talker / Listener
Subscribed
Talker / Listener
Flowing
State 1
off
No
--
--
--
State 2
red
Yes
No
--
--
State 3
red
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
State 4
yellow
Yes
Yes
No
--
State 5
green
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes = at least one
Talker/Listener
subscribed.
Yes = at least one
subscribed Talker/
Listener;
stream is flowing
No = subscribed
stream indicates an
error.
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RJ45 AVB X8
1
8
Pin
Network
Panel / AES
1
Tx/Rx_A +
RxD +
2
Tx/Rx_A -
RxD -
3
Tx/Rx_B +
TxD +
4
Tx/Rx_C +
5
Tx/Rx_C -
6
Tx/Rx_B -
7
Tx/Rx_D +
8
Tx/Rx_D -
TxD -
Figure 142: Connect AVB X8 RJ45 pinout
BNC AVB X8
1
2
Pin
WCLK
1
Rx / Tx +
2
Rx / Tx -
Word Clock In-/Output: TTL / 75 Ω
Sample Rate: 48 kHz ±10%
Figure 143: Connect AVB X8 BNC pinout
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5.1.5
Connect AVB C8
The Connect AVB C8 convert's eight AES signals to AVB streams and vice versa. Built in a compact 9.5”/1RU
housing the device supports both bi-directional AES for intercom panels and unidirectional transport for
broadcast AES.
AVB RJ45
Connector & Status LEDs
LED Display Function
Push Button & Status LEDs
AVB Stream
Input Status LEDs
WCLK
BNC Connector
Status
1
3
2
5
4
6
7
8
Out
PANEL / AES INTERFACE
1
2
3
4
5
WCLK
Locate
In
Out
AVB
Level Function
6
GU
IDNR.
In
AVB
Network
Lock
7
8
Connect AVB C8
AES BNC
Connector
AVB Stream
Output Status LEDs
GUID
WCLK Selection
Switch & Status LEDs
Figure 144: Connect AVB C8 (front view)
AVB Stream
Input Status LEDs
LED Display Function
Push Button & Status LEDs
GUID
DC Supply
DC In
MAINS
Status
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
In
Out
Out
Locate
WCLK
Locate
AV B
WCLK
In
AVB
Level
Function
Level Function
Lock
Networ k
GUIDNR.
In
1
Lock
POWER
DC
+
12V
+
12V
-
AC
Connect AVB C8
AVB Stream
Output Status LEDs
Power
Status LEDs
WCLK
Status LED
AC Supply
Figure 145: Connect AVB C8 (rear view)
The unit has a switchable WordClock input or output.
The GUID of the unit is printed on the front side and rear side behind the handles. This makes it possible to
identify the unit without power.
Pressing the "Function" push button toggles the Status LED content between AVB Stream/Port Status mode
and Signal Level mode.
Pressing the button for more than 2 seconds displays the Locate / IO Setup mode for 5 seconds. AVB
Controllers like the Riedel AVB Manager use this function to identify a device. In AVB Manager a device is
flashing while Locate is active.
The Locate function works in both directions. When the Locate function of AVB Manager is triggered, all
Input/Output status LEDs are flashing for 5 seconds.
The unit provides two power supply connections (230 VAC / 12 VDC) which can be used for redundancy.
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AVB Status LEDs
LED
off
green
yellow
red
AVB Network connector
left LED
No connection
Ethernet connection -ok
--
right LED
No traffic
--
flashing while
transmitting
--
--
--
STATUS LED (In / Out 1 ... 8)
In function setting At non active Ports Flashing at active
Locate:
Ports
I/O Setup
indication
(temporary display
for 5 sec.)
In function setting Inactive state
AVB:
Indicates the status
of streams and
ports
Port is configured to send and receive a
stream.
Stream is active and On Input: No
valid.
sender (Talker)
active.
On Output: No
receiver (Listener).
Port is set up to
stream audio, but
an error has
occurred. Errors are:
1. Stream isn't
flowing
2. Invalid format
In function setting -Level:
Signal present and
Clip indication for
audio
Signal Level
>-50 dBFS
(200 ms hold time)
--
Signal Level
>-1 dBFS
(200 ms hold time)
WCLK
In
No Input Signal
Valid Input Signal
[In] is not selected
as source and
carries an invalid
Input Signal.
[In] is selected as
source and carries
an invalid Input
Signal.
Lock
--
Unit locked
--
Sync Error
No Supply Voltage
Supply Voltage ok
--
Supply Voltage
out of range
Power
DC / AC
AVB Audio Ports Status Table
LED
Color
Talker / Listener AES Input Data
Exists
Valid
Talker / Listener
Subscribed
Talker / Listener
Flowing
State 1
off
No
--
--
--
State 2
red
Yes
No
--
--
State 3
red
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
State 4
yellow
Yes
Yes
No
--
State 5
green
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes = at least one
Talker/Listener
subscribed.
Yes = at least one
subscribed Talker/
Listener;
stream is flowing
No = subscribed
stream indicates an
error.
Logic
Yes = at least one -Talker/Listener
exists.
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RJ45 AVB C8
1
8
Pin
Network
1
Tx/Rx_A +
2
Tx/Rx_A -
3
Tx/Rx_B +
4
Tx/Rx_C +
5
Tx/Rx_C -
6
Tx/Rx_B -
7
Tx/Rx_D +
8
Tx/Rx_D -
Figure 146: Connect AVB C8 RJ45 pinout
BNC AVB C8
1
2
Pin
WCLK / Panel/AES
1
Rx / Tx +
2
Rx / Tx -
Figure 147: Connect AVB C8 BNC pinout
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Word Clock In-/Output: TTL / 75 Ω
Sample Rate: 48 kHz ±10%
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Connect AVB A8
The Connect AVB A8 convert's eight analog audio signals to AVB streams and vice versa. Built in a compact
9.5”/1RU housing the device provides eight RJ45 ports to connect up to eight analog signals to the matrix via
IP-based LANs.
AVB RJ45
Connector & Status LEDs
LED Display Function
Push Button & Status LEDs
AVB Stream
Input Status LEDs
Status
1
3
2
5
4
6
7
8
Out
PANEL / AES INTERFACE
1
Connect AVB A8
2
3
4
Analog RJ45
Connector
5
WCLK
Locate
AVB
Level Function
6
Lock
7
AVB Stream
Output Status LEDs
GU
IDNR.
In
AVB
Network
8
GUID
WCLK
Status LED
Figure 148: Connect AVB A8 (front view)
AVB Stream
Input Status LEDs
LED Display Function
Push Button & Status LEDs
GUID
DC Supply
DC In
MAINS
Status
In
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
7
6
7
8
8
In
Out
Out
Locate
WCLK
Locate
AV B
AVB
Level
Function
Level Function
Lock
Networ k
Ref. Level
+ 24 dBu
+ 18 dBu
+ 15 dBu
In
Out
WCLK
GUIDNR.
5.1.6
Lock
POWER
DC
+
12V
+
12V
-
AC
Connect AVB A8
AVB Stream
Output Status LEDs
Ref. Level
Switch
Power
Status LEDs
WCLK
Status LED
AC Supply
Figure 149: Connect AVB A8 (rear view)
The GUID of the unit is printed on the front side and rear side behind the handles. This makes it possible to
identify the unit without power.
Pressing the "Function" push button toggles the Status LED content between AVB Stream/Port Status mode
and Signal Level mode.
Pressing the button for more than 2 seconds displays the Locate / IO Setup mode for 5 seconds. AVB
Controllers like the Riedel AVB Manager use this function to identify a device. In AVB Manager a device is
flashing while Locate is active.
The Locate function works in both directions. When the Locate function of AVB Manager is triggered, all
Input/Output status LEDs are flashing for 5 seconds.
The input and output levels can be set independently with the "Ref.Level" switches to +15, +18 or +24 dBu.
The unit provides two power supply connections (230 VAC / 12 VDC) which can be used for redundancy.
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AVB Status LEDs
LED
off
green
yellow
red
AVB Network connector
left LED
No connection
Ethernet connection -ok
--
right LED
No traffic
--
flashing while
transmitting
--
--
--
STATUS LED (In / Out 1 ... 8)
In function setting At non active Ports Flashing at active
Locate:
Ports
I/O Setup
indication
(temporary display
for 5 sec.)
In function setting Inactive state
AVB:
Indicates the status
of streams and
ports
Port is configured to send and receive a
stream.
Stream is active and On Input: No
valid.
sender (Talker)
active.
On Output: No
receiver (Listener).
Port is set up to
stream audio, but
an error has
occurred. Errors are:
1. Stream isn't
flowing
2. Invalid format
In function setting -Level:
Signal present and
Clip indication for
audio
Signal Level
>-50 dBFS
(200 ms hold time)
--
Signal Level
>-1 dBFS
(200 ms hold time)
--
Unit locked
--
Sync Error
No Supply Voltage
Supply Voltage ok
--
Supply Voltage
out of range
WCLK
Lock
Power
DC / AC
AVB Audio Ports Status Table
LED
Color
Talker / Listener AES Input Data
Exists
Valid
Talker / Listener
Subscribed
Talker / Listener
Flowing
State 1
off
No
--
--
--
State 2
red
Yes
No
--
--
State 3
red
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
State 4
yellow
Yes
Yes
No
--
State 5
green
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes = at least one
Talker/Listener
subscribed.
Yes = at least one
subscribed Talker/
Listener;
stream is flowing
No = subscribed
stream indicates an
error.
Logic
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Yes = at least one -Talker/Listener
exists.
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RJ45 AVB A8
1
8
Pin
AUDIO IN/OUT
1
not connected
2
not connected
3
not connected
4
Audio In +
5
Audio In -
6
not connected
7
Audio Out +
8
Audio Out -
Zin= ca. 100 kΩ
Zout= < 600 Ω
f = 30 Hz ... 20 kHz
Figure 150: Connect AVB A8 RJ45 pinout
RIF-1032
The RIF-1032 offers a solution of interfacing to external equipment. The module will be daisy chained like an
expansion-panel to a RCP/ECP-10xx or RCP/ECP-2xxx panel. Up to 6 RIF-1032 can be connected in a daisy
chain to a DIF-1000 or RCP panel. 32 potential free GPI Inputs and 32 GPI Outputs as known from the GPI-016
G2 card are provided.
Power LED
RIF
1032
Figure 151: RIF-1032 (front view)
The green LED indicates the power supply.
Mains
Keys 1-16 IN
Keys 17-32 IN
Keys 1-16 OUT
Keys 17-32
OUT
EXP in
(to DIF1000)
789
01
2
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GPI Interfacing
3
4
5.2
ID setting
EXP OUT
(to next RIF1032)
Figure 152: RIF-1032 (rear view)
89
56
34
78
9
56
34
56
34
78
9
01
2
34
ID = 0
MAIN
78
9
01
2
ID = 6
01
2
ID = 2
78
9
01
2
ID = 1
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RIF1032
RIF1032
RIF1032
RIF1032
DIF1000
Figure 153: RIF-1032 setup
ID setting must be unique and set to the corresponding address in the director configuration file.
Use 1:1 CAT5 FTP cables for all connections. The cable MUST be shielded.
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RJ45 Expansion
1
8
Pin
Expansion IN
Expansion OUT
1
Data +
Data +
2
Data -
Data -
3
GND
GND
4
+5 V in
+5 V out
5
GND
GND
6
+5 V in
+5 V out
7
GND
GND
8
+5 V in
+5 V out
Case
Chassis GND
Chassis GND
Figure 154: RIF-1032 EXP RJ45 pinout
37
19
20
1
Sub-D 37 female Inputs
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
In 1 +
20
In 1 -
2
In 2 +
21
In 2 -
3
In 3 +
22
In 3 -
4
In 4 +
23
In 4 -
5
In 5 +
24
In 5 -
6
In 6 +
25
In 6 -
7
In 7 +
26
In 7 -
8
In 8 +
27
In 8 -
9
In 9 +
28
In 9 -
10
In 10 +
29
In 10 -
11
In 11 +
30
In 11 -
12
In 12 +
31
In 12 -
13
In 13 +
32
In 13 -
14
In 14 +
33
In 14 -
15
In 15 +
34
In 15 -
16
In 16 +
35
In 16 -
17
+5 V out
36
GND
18
+5 V out
37
GND
19
--
Figure 155: RIF-1032 Sub-D 37 female Inputs
· Each +5V output supplies 300 mA maximum (protected by self healing fuses).
· The GPI input voltage range is +5 ...+48 VDC (internal optocoupler).
· The polarity of the input is important. The higher potential must be connected to “+” of each channel.
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19
1
20
37
Sub-D 37 male Outputs
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
1 OUT A
20
1 OUT B
2
2 OUT A
21
2 OUT B
3
3 OUT A
22
3 OUT B
4
4 OUT A
23
4 OUT B
5
5 OUT A
24
5 OUT B
6
6 OUT A
25
6 OUT B
7
7 OUT A
26
7 OUT B
8
8 OUT A
27
8 OUT B
9
9 OUT A
28
9 OUT B
10
10 OUT A
29
10 OUT B
11
11 OUT A
30
11 OUT B
12
12 OUT A
31
12 OUT B
13
13 OUT A
32
13 OUT B
14
14 OUT A
33
14 OUT B
15
15 OUT A
34
15 OUT B
16
16 OUT A
35
16 OUT B
17
--
36
--
18
--
37
--
19
--
Figure 156: RIF-1032 Sub-D 37 Outputs
· The GPI output contact rating is 140 mA, 48 VDC maximum (protected by self healing fuse), MOSFET
technology.
· The polarity of the output has no preference.
RIF-1032
IN n +
IN n
IN n -
Figure 157: RIF-1032 IN (circuit)
RIF-1032
OUT n A
OUT n
OUT n B
Figure 158: RIF-1032 OUT (circuit)
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5.3
Panel Accessories
5.3.1
PMX-Panel Multiplexer
The PMX-Series panel multiplexers are used to remote up to four (PMX-2004) respectively eight (PMX-2008)
intercom panels from the intercom matrix using a fiber link. The system allows operation of a group of
intercom panels over a distance of up to 2,000 m (SM), in a cost-effective way while reducing setup time to a
minimum.
Two different types are available: PMX-2004 multiplexes 4 panel signals to one dual fiber, PMX-2008
multiplexes 8 panel signals to two dual fiber lines.
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RR
P MX
2004
Si
Ma
in fr a
me
Pa
nel
Position Mainframe
Position Panel
Link Error
Link established
Figure 159: PMX-2004 (front view)
LED
Function
Description
yellow
Mainframe
The PMX is located at the matrix
yellow
Panel
The PMX is located at the panel
blue
Signal detect
Fiber connection established
(also without any port connections)
red
Links Error
No link established
(e.g. Client card not configured, no connection to client card)
The PMX - panel multiplexer is available with different LC - fiber modules:
Nom.
Max.
Distance Distance Fiber
Wavelength
Min.
Pout
Min.
opt. Budget
PMX-MM-1310- Multi
155Mbit/s
Mode
500 m
up to
2 km
50/125 µm
1310 nm
-20 dBm
12 dB
PMX-SM-1310- Single
155Mbit/s
Mode
2 km
up to
10 km
9/125 µm
1310 nm
-15 dBm
19 dB
FOM-Type
Mode
Use crossed duplex fiber lines for the connection of two PMX units.
Do not use the FOM for Artist CPU 128 F G2 because of different bit rates.
Figure 160: FOM (top view / front view)
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The PMX has a switch at the rear side where the position of the multiplexer has to be specified. The
multiplexer can be placed next to the mainframe (switch position “Matrix”) or at the panel side (switch
position “panel”).
CH 1 / sync
Mains
CH 3
CH 2 CH 4
fiber
Matrix /
Panel switch
Figure 161: PMX-2004 (rear view)
At least channel 1 (CH 1) has to be used for synchronization purpose.
CH 5 / sync
Mains
CH 7
CH 6 CH 8
fiber
Matrix /
Panel switch
CH 1 / sync
CH 3
CH 2
CH 4
fiber
Matrix /
Panel switch
Figure 162: PMX-2008 (rear view)
At least channel 1 and channel 5 (CH 1 + CH 5) have to be used for synchronization purpose.
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FBI-Fiber Interface Adapter
The Fiber Interface Adapter converts a panel port from CAT5 to fiber in a bidirectional way providing long
distance operation of control panels. As the unit offers both connectors, for the matrix and for the panel, it
can be inserted on either side. The interface may also be used for the bidirectional transmission of an AES3
signal. Distances up to 2 km (MM) or 30 km (SM) can be realized using duplex multimode or singlemode fiber.
The device needs to be powered via external power supply (PS-FBI/CIA/IPx2/DCA-1000).
Power
Panel CLIENT
Signal
Fiber
5.3.2
FBI
Power
Figure 163: FBI
The green LED indicates correct power. The yellow LED indicates an established link.
Using the FBI next to the mainframe, connect the Frame to “CLIENT” and the power supply to “PANEL”.
Using the FBI next to a panel, connect the panel to “PANEL” and the power supply to “CLIENT”.
RJ45 Client/Panel
1
8
Pin
Client
Panel
1
TxD +
RxD +
2
TxD -
RxD -
3
RxD +
TxD +
4
+5 V
+5 V
5
+5 V
+5 V
6
RxD -
TxD -
7
GND
GND
8
GND
GND
Case
Figure 164: FBI RJ45 pinout
The FBI is available with following SC fiber modules:
FOM-Type
Max.
Distance
Fiber
Wavelength
Min.
Pout
Max.
Loss
Multi Mode
2 km
50/125 µm
1310 nm
-14 dBm
11 dB
Single Mode
30 km
9/125 µm
1310 nm
-8 dBm
19 dB
Crossed duplex fiber lines need to be used for the connection between two FBI’s.
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5.3.3
CIA-Coax Interface Adapter
Power
Panel CLIENT
COAX 75OHM
The Coax Interface Adapter converts a panel port from CAT5 to 75 Ω Coax and vice versa. Since control panels
provide both CAT5 and coax interfaces for connection to the matrix, CIA’s can be used to adapt a matrix port
to the existing infrastructure, especially useful for OB-vans and mobile applications. Distances up to 500 m
(1,800 ft.) can be realized using 0.8/4.9 video cable. The device needs to be powered via external power
supply (PS-FBI/CIA/IPx2/DCA-1000).
CIA
Power
Figure 165: CIA
The green LED indicates correct power.
Using the CIA next to the mainframe, connect the frame to “CLIENT”, and the power supply to “PANEL”.
Using the CIA next to a panel, connect the panel to “PANEL”, and the power supply to “CLIENT”
RJ45 Client/Panel
1
8
Pin
Client
Panel
1
TxD +
RxD +
2
TxD -
RxD -
3
RxD +
TxD +
4
+5 V
+5 V
5
+5 V
+5 V
6
RxD -
TxD -
7
GND
GND
8
GND
GND
Case
Figure 166: CIA RJ45 pinout
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5.3.4
DCA-1000
The Riedel DCA-1000 expands the possible length of coax links. The standard maximum distance between a
control panel and a matrix mainframe over a single coax cable is up to 300 meters.
The new Riedel DCA-1000 is a tiny converter box that enables panels to be connected to matrix mainframes
via coax over a distance of up to 1,000 meters (3,300 ft.). The device needs to be powered via external power
supply (PS-FBI/CIA/IPx2/DCA-1000).
Rx / Tx
Rx
DCA-1000
Tx
Power
Figure 167: DCA-1000
BNC DCA-1000
1
2
Pin
Signal
1
TxRx Data +
2
TxRx Data -
Figure 168: DCA-1000 BNC pinout
RJ45 DCA-1000
1
8
Pin
Power
1
2
3
4
+5 V
5
+5 V
6
7
GND
8
GND
Case
Figure 169: DCA-1000 RJ45 pinout
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5.4
5.4.1
Matrix Accessories
XLR Patchfield
The XLR patchfield converts RJ45 (from analogue or digital cards) into standard XLR3 pole jackets.
IN 1 OUT 1
IN 8 OUT 8
Figure 170: XLR Patchfeld (front view)
analog 8
digital 8
digital 1
Figure 171: XLR Patchfeld (rear view)
digital
RJ45
analog
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
123
female
123
male
XLR
Figure 172: XLR Patchfield circuit
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5.5
Technical Data - Accessories
All Accessories
AC Voltage
100 ... 240 VAC
Frequency
47 ... 63 Hz
Operating Temperature
-5°C ... +55°C
Network Interfacing
Type
Dimension
Weight
Power consumption
Connect IPx2
200 x 105 x 45 mm
600 g
11 VA *1
Connect IPx8
19" x 1 HE x 170 mm
2310 g
20 VA
Connect AVB X8
202 x 40 x 263 mm
880 g
10 VA *2
Connect AVB C8
202 x 40 x 263 mm
880 g
10 VA *2
Type
Dimension
Weight
Power consumption
RIF-1032
19" x 1 HE x 160 mm
1600 g
10 VA
Type
Dimension
Weight
Power consumption
PMX-2004
19" x 1 HE x 160 mm
1950 g
10 VA
PMX-2008
19" x 1 HE x 160 mm
2100 g
15 VA
FBI
110 x 55 x 25 mm
150 g
4 VA *1
CIA
110 x 55 x 25 mm
150 g
0.5 VA *1
DCA-1000
54 x 80 x 42 mm
250 g
5 VA *1
Type
Dimension
Weight
Power consumption
XLR Patchfeld
19" x 1 HE x 90 mm
1070 g
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GPI Interfacing
Panel Accessories
Matrix Accessories
*1
*2
supplied via external power supply (5.5 V / 3 A)
additional supply via external power supply possible (10 ... 25 VDC / 2 A)
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6 Appendix
6.1
Cables
Cable
Connector
Type
Cable length
CAT5
RJ 45
FTP (4x2 AWG 24)
Up to 300 m (Matrix - Panel)
1xxx -Series:
10 m (Panel - Expansion)
2xxx/3xxx - Series:
30 cm (Panel - Expansion)
Coax
BNC 75 Ω
RG 59 - 20AWG
75 Ω /0,8 / 4,9 DZ
Up to 350 m
Coax
BNC 75 Ω
75 Ω / 0,6 / 3,7
Up to 300 m
Coax
BNC 75 Ω
RG59 / digital / 0.8/3.7
Up to 350 m
Fiber
LC or SC
9/125 µm
PMX - up to 10 km
FBI - up to 30 km
Fiber
LC or SC
50/125 µm
PMX - up to 550 m
FBI - up to 550 m
All cable length can vary with the number of connectors, patchfields and attenuation on the line.
All panels can be connected with CAT5 cable OR Coax cable (DCP-5x08 only with CAT5).
Caution
!
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Crossed duplex fiber lines need to be used for al fiber connections.
1:1 CAT5 cables need to be used for all CAT5 connections (except Ethernet from the CPU
when connected directly to a PC). The cables MUST be shielded.
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6.2
Glossary
AVB
Audio Video Bridging
Bay
Position of CPU-, Client- and GPI Card in the Mainframe.
DHCP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. The IP-Address, Subnet Mask and DNSAddress of network devices can be automatically assigned by the DHSC-Server.
DNS
DNS (Domain Name System) allows identifying a network user by a unique name.
The associated IP-Address is stored in a DNS-Server.
DSP
Digital Signal Processor. A fast central processing unit especially for digital audio
applications.
Ethernet
10BaseT Ethernet Network Interface of the Mainframe, 10Mbit half duplex.
GPI
General Purpose Interface (Inputs and Outputs). An interface for electrical signals
(contact information, e.g. Relays).
GUID
Globally Unique Identifier is a unique reference number used as an identifier.
ISDN
Integrated Services Digital Network. Digital Telecommunication Standard.
Matrix
Digital Processing Platform for the distribution of analog audio, digital audio and
Ethernet data signals.
Net
The complete local communication system, which can consist of one or more
Matrix platforms (connected via fiber).
Node
A single Matrix.
Panel
Communication device for audio transmission and to trigger events in the System.
Panels will be connected to digital Client Cards.
PC
Personal Computer
Port
Analog or digital interface to the Matrix to connect i.e. Panels or 4-Wires.
SIP
SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) is a Network protocol to connect, control and
disconnect a communication session between one or more subscriber
(common protocol by IP phones).
TCP/IP
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol.
Standard Network Protocol for Data transmission, i.e. for the Internet.
TCP
Transmission Control Protocol. Reliable, connection oriented, packet-switched
used in PC networks. Part of the basic internet protocols.
UDP
User Datagram Protocol.
Standard Network Protocol for Data transmission, i.e. for the Internet.
UDP offers a connectionless, non-reliable data transmission. There is no guaranty
that a sent packet will be received or packets will be received in the same order of
transmitting. Applications using UDP need to be robust against loss or unsorted
packets or need to have corrections implemented.
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Maintenance Recommendations
Following points are strongly recommended to prevent malfunction of the system.
General
· Front plates of matrices must be closed.
· Unloaded bays of matrices must be covered by blind plates.
· Check if all fans are running (fault will be shown by blinking LED and alarm on the dry contacts of the
mainframe).
· Check Director screen log and Alarm Window for unexpected warnings and errors.
· A permanently connected PC running the Director Configuration Software set to “Full Log” and 20 files of
10MB each is recommended.
· Set “Autosave” in the Director software.
Warning
!
Do not look into the ends of any optical
fiber if the other end is connected.
Daily
· See if power is attached to both power supply units.
· Check ASM module on valid signal (green LED).
Weekly
None
Monthly
· Check fan dust filters and exchange them if necessary.
· Set System time (by Director to PC time).
Yearly
None
Other
· Every two years, all batteries should be checked for voltage and be replaced if necessary.
· Every three years, the fan filters should be exchanged due to an aging process even if they are not dusty or
if the system was not in operation.
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Service
If you have any further questions, we offer comprehensive customer service options for this product
including:
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Telephone Service
Email Service
Skype Service
Fax Service
Configuration Support
Trainings
Repair
Your primary point of contact for any service issues is your local dealer.
In addition, Riedel Customer Service in Wuppertal, Germany is also available to assist you.
Telephone: +49 (0) 202 292 9400
(Monday - Friday, 8am – 5pm, Central European Time)
Fax: +49 (0) 202 292 9419
Skype: riedel.communications.service
Or use the contact form on our website:
www.riedel.net > Company > Riedel Communications > Contact > Wuppertal (Headquarters)
For repairs, please contact your local dealer. Your dealer will be able to help process your repair as fast as
possible and/or arrange for the delivery of spare parts.
The address for repairs sent directly to Riedel Communications GmbH is:
Riedel Communications GmbH & Co. KG
- Repairs Uellendahler Str. 353
D-42109 Wuppertal
Germany
Please add a completed repair form to all your repairs.
The form can be found at the Riedel website:
www.riedel.net > Company > Services > Support > Contact
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Riedel Communications GmbH & Co. KG | Uellendahler Str. 353 | 42109 Wuppertal | Germany
www.riedel.net
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