EN4232MR 32 Zone Multi-Condition Receiver with

EN4232MR 32 Zone Multi-Condition Receiver with
EN4232MR 32 Zone Multi-Condition
Receiver with Relay Outputs
Installation and Operation Manual
Caution: The EchoStream system should be tested regularly to ensure
operation. To test: place the system in test mode, activate an end device,
and ensure an appropriate response.
1.2 RF Signal Propagation
1 Overview
The EN4232MR receiver allows you to add up to 32 transmitters and 11
outputs to any application, and includes a back tamper for increased
tamper security.
Inovonics add-on receivers use Form C relays to allow connection to any
hardwired panel or stand-alone wireless application.
The following add-on receivers are available from Inovonics:
Receiver
Alarm Output
Relays
Fault Relays
Transmitters
Supported
EN4204R
4
1
4
EN4216MR
5
1*
16
EN4232MR
11
1*
32
* At least one relay must be used for faults to ensure the system is
supervised. More than one relay may be used, but that will deduct from the
number of alarm output relays.
1.1 Installing an Inovonics Security System
An EchoStream survey kit must be used to establish a UL system. The
EchoStream survey kit measures the signal strength of high-power
repeater and sensor messages to help optimize your EchoStream system.
Figure 1 Sample EchoStream system
The EchoStream survey kit provides you with two signal strength
measurements: signal level and signal margin.
Signal level: The signal level is the measurement of the overall decibel
level of the message.
Signal margin: The signal margin is the measurement of the decibel level of
the message, minus the decibel level of any interfering signals. Inovonics
Wireless equipment should be placed within a facility such that all enddevices produce signal margin readings of at least 4 decibels.
Both the signal level and signal margin are measured in decibels. Because
signal strength and signal margin are measured on a logarithmic scale, the
difference between a decibel level of 3 (Weak) and a decibel level of 4
(Good) is a much larger difference than it would be on a linear scale.
Note: For more information about the EchoStream survey kit, see the
EN7017 Survey Kit and App Installation and Site Survey Instructions.
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While wood, drywall and glass usually let the RF signals pass, some
materials may inhibit or attenuate radio frequency (RF) signal propagation
by blocking, reflecting, deflecting or absorbing RF signals.
Consider anything between transmitters and repeaters and/or the receiver.
Is there concrete and steel construction? Are there earthen berms or hills?
Are there a lot of trees? Devices should be mounted such that they are
least affected by these elements.
For best results, transmitters and repeaters should be mounted at the
optimal height to achieve line of sight to repeaters and/or the receiver.
Usually this means they will be mounted as high as possible.
Following are some typical obstacles to RF signal propagation:
Material
Affect
Recommendation
Metal construction,
including ductwork;
pipes; studs; stucco,
plaster or concrete with
wire mesh; satellite
dishes, metal-lined
rooms such as walk-in
coolers or freezers;
metal siding, safes, etc.
Can reflect,
absorb and/or
disrupt RF
signals.
Perform a site survey
using an Inovonics
wireless survey kit to
verify the RF signal is
acceptable, and, when
necessary, to
determine where to
locate repeaters.
Completely enclosed
metal boxes/enclosures.
Can restrict RF
signals.
Solar panels, cinder
block walls, windows
with built-in solar tinting.
Can absorb and/
or reflect RF
signals.
Vegetation.
Can attenuate
RF signals. The
RF environment
can alter as
trees shed or
sprout leaves.
Add repeaters as
issues arise.
Automobile and truck
traffic.
Can disrupt RF
signals.
Mount Inovonics
devices at a height
sufficient to achieve
line of sight above
traffic.
1.3 Inovonics Contact Information
For product and installation videos visit us at
www.inovonics.com/videos or use the QR
code below.
If you have any problems with this procedure, contact Inovonics technical
services:
• E-mail: [email protected]
• Phone: (800) 782-2709; (303) 939-9336.
1.4 EN4232MR Front Panel
F
A
2 Installation and Startup
2.1 Installation Notes
• These products are designed to be maintained by professional
security technicians.
• Products are tested for indoor use.
• All products should be manually tested weekly.
2.2 Power Cabling
Caution: Incorrect connections may cause damage to the unit.
G
D
H
C
E
B
Figure 2 Receiver front panel
A Up button B Down
C Back
D Enter button E LCD
button
button
display
F Output
G Fault LED H Power LED
LEDs
Up Button Scrolls the display up.
Down button: Scrolls the display down.
Back button: Returns display to the previous menu.
Enter button: Selects the currently displayed menu item.
LCD Display: Shows status, event log, and programming information.
Output LEDs: The output LEDs light to indicate an alarm or fault condition
at the appropriate output.
Fault LED: The fault LED lights to indicate a transmitter fault condition;
either low battery, inactive, line power loss, or tamper.
Power LED: The power LED lights when the EN4232MR is receiving
power.
1.5 EN4232MR Internal Components
B
I
E
F
Before beginning startup, you will need to connect power to the receiver. To
connect power to the receiver:
1. Use a Phillips screwdriver to loosen the housing release screw; open
the housing.
2. Connect power cabling to the Vs and GND connections.
• The power source must be 11-14 VDC; 500mA. The power supply
must be unswitched, uninterrupted, and regulated.
• Use 18 - 22 gauge wire for all cabling, and ensure torque on the screw
terminals does not exceed 7 inch-pounds.
• For UL installations, wire lengths must not exceed 300 feet.
2.3 Input/Output Cabling
Connect the inputs and outputs per your specific application:
3. Connect cabling to the power loss output. Must be configured for UL
installations.
• The power loss output is a normally closed (N/C) open collector output
that opens when the receiver loses power. The receiver operation
output is set to the follower output type.
4. Connect cabling to the tamper output. Must be configured for UL
installations.
• The optional tamper output is a relay output that reports receiver case
tamper to an external device.
5. Connect cabling to the jam output. Must be configured for UL
installations.
• The optional jam output is a relay output that is active when noise
thresholds on all transmission channels remain above a
predetermined value for 10 seconds.
6. Connect a momentary switch to the reset input and ground. Must be
configured for UL installations.
• The optional reset input circuit permits installation of a remote
momentary normally open (N/O) switch to clear faults, unlatch
outputs, and reset the receiver to a normal state.
7. Connect cabling to the output terminals. Must be configured for UL
installations.
2.4 Select the Frequency Band
D
H
J
H
C
G
EchoStream devices are able to use a range of radio frequencies, and must
be configured for your geographic area. This device ships with a default
frequency range of 902-928 MHz for use in North America. If you are using
the device in North America, skip to section 2.5, “Mount the Receiver”; if
you are using the device in Australia or New Zealand, you will need to
configure it.
8. Place a selection jumper on the appropriate frequency band selection
pins.
• Place the jumper on the top two pins, marked NZ, to set the frequency
range to 921-928 MHz for New Zealand.
• Place the jumper on the bottom two pins, marked AUS, to set the
frequency range to 915-928 MHz for Australia.
Note: Only devices set for North America are configured for UL
installations.
9. Cycle power source to reset.
A
Figure 3 EE4232MR internal components
A Housing release
B Power connections
screw
D Reset button
E Power loss output
G Jam output
H Mounting hole
J Frequency band
selection pins
C Output terminals
F Tamper output
I Reset input
Note: The inside cover of the housing includes a wiring diagram.
1.6 What’s in the Carton
• Two drywall anchors.
• Two mounting screws.
• One selection jumper.
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2.5 Mount the Receiver
Table 1: EN4232MR Supported Transmitters
Caution: Mount the receiver in a location removed from metal. Metal
objects (duct work, wire mesh screens, boxes) will reduce RF range.
Transmitter
Alarm 1
Alarm 2
Note: For UL listed systems containing a UL hold-up switch, the
EN4232MR must be located within three feet of a system keypad in a
location out of sight from the protected premise.
EN1252*
Terminal
block 1
Terminal
block 2
Note: For UL installations, the EN4232MR must be in the same room as
the control panel.
EN1260*
Motion
EN1261HT
Motion
EN1262*
Motion
EN1265*
Motion
EN1751*
Detects
water
10. Use the provided anchors and screws to mount the receiver in a
location accessible for future maintenance, making sure the housing is
flush with the wall and the back tamper switch is actuated.
11. After all transmitters have been registered, perform a walk test,
activating each transmitter assigned to the receiver and ensuring a
good signal.
3 Point Setup and Registration
Each transmitter must setup and registered to a point. Once registered, the
transmitters alarm(s) will be mapped to the appropriate alarm output(s).
Following are the transmitters supported by the EN4232MR:
Alarm 1
Alarm 2
EN1210*
Terminal
block
EN1210W*
Terminal
block
Reed
switch
EN1212*
Terminal
block 1
Terminal
block 2
EN1215EOL
Terminal
block
EN1215WEOL
Terminal
block
Reed
switch
EN1216*
Terminal
block 1
Terminal
block 2
EN1223S*
Button
EN1223D
Both
buttons
Temp
too low
* Device not UL certified.
Alarm 4
The EN4232MR arrives with the outputs pre-programmed. If the default
programming is sufficient for your site, you do not need setup points.
Simply register a transmitter to one of the points.
To register a transmitter to a pre-programmed point:
1. From the EN4232MR start screen, press the enter button to access the
receiver’s three main menu options.
2. Use the up and down buttons to navigate to the install & service menu;
press the enter button.
3. Enter your password to access the install & service menus.
4. Follow the instructions in section 4.5.2 “Register Transmitter” on
page 5.
If you do need to setup points, advance to section 3.2 “Program a Point” on
page 4.
Table 2: Default Transmitter Programming
EN1224*
Button 1
EN1233/5S
EN1235SF
Button
EN1233/5D*
EN1235DF*
Both
buttons
EN1236D*
Left
button
Right
button
EN1238D*
Either
button
Both
buttons
EN1241-60*
Activity
EN1242
Smoke
EN1244
Smoke
EN1247*
Glass
break
EN1249
Alarm 3
Alarm 4
3.1 Factory Configuration Defaults
Table 1: EN4232MR Supported Transmitters
Transmitter
Temp.
too high
Alarm 3
Button 2
Button 3
Both
buttons
Button 4
Alarm Output
Transmitter Points
1
1, 11, 21, 31
2
2, 12, 22, 32
3
3, 13, 23
4
4, 14, 24
5
5, 15, 25
6
6, 16, 26
7
7, 17, 27
8
8, 18, 28
9
9, 19, 29
10
10, 20, 30
Table 3: Default Trouble Condition Programming
Output/Relay
Condition
11
Tamper
12
Low Battery
12
Supervision Loss/Inactive
12
Line Power Loss
Bill trap
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3.2 Program a Point
1. From the EN4232MR start screen, press the enter button to access the
receiver’s three main menu options.
2. Use the up and down buttons to navigate to the install & service menu;
press the enter button.
3. Enter your password to access the install & service menus.
4. Following the instructions in section 4.5.1 “Setup Point” on page 4.
2. Use the up or down buttons to navigate to “Event Log”; press the enter
button.
3. Use the up/down buttons to scroll through events.
4. When viewing transmitter events, press enter to see the output the
events map to.
Note: No output will be displayed if the event is mapped to a null output.
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Operation and Point Setup Screens
4.5 Install & Service
4.1 Menu Tree
The install & service menu is used to reset factory configuration, change
password, view signal strength, delete points, register transmitters, and
setup points for any of the programmed points.
To access the install & service menu:
1. From the EN4232MR start screen, press the enter button to access the
receiver’s three main menu options.
2. Use the up and down buttons to navigate to the install & service menu;
press the enter button.
3. Enter a password to access install & service menus.
POINT STATUS, see 4.3 “Point Status” on page 4.
EVENT LOG, see 4.4 “Event Log” on page 4.
INSTALL & SERVICE, 4.5 “Install & Service” on page 4.
SETUP POINT, see 4.5.1 “Setup Point” on page 4.
POINT #
SUPERVISION TIME
SECURITY/REPEATER
ALARM INPUTS
ALARM OUT
ALARM OUTPUT TYPE
INACTIVE OUT/TYPE
TAMPER OUT/TYPE
LOW BATTERY OUT/TYPE
TEXT
REGISTER
REGISTER TRANSMITTER, see 4.5.2 “Register Transmitter” on
page 5.
DELETE POINT, see 4.5.3 “Delete Point” on page 5.
SIGNAL STRENGTH, see 4.5.4 “Signal Strength” on page 5.
CHANGE PASSWORD, see 4.5.5 “Change Password” on page 5.
FACTORY CONFIG, see 4.5.6 “Factory Config” on page 5.
4.2 EN4232MR Start Screen
The EN4232MR start screen displays alarm and fault information on the
LCD display. Points in alarm are displayed as “Alarm”, with the point
number following. If more than one point is in alarm, the display scrolls
through each point. If a point has more than one alarm, the display scrolls
through each alarm. Fault conditions are indicated by “Fault” in the LCD
display if there is no alarm already displayed, and point numbers are not
displayed.
Alarms and faults will only display briefly when the alarm or fault is first
received, and then the start screen will return to a ready condition. For
detailed alarm and fault information, see section 4.3 “Point Status” on
page 4.
4.3 Point Status
The point status menu allows you to view detailed alarm and fault
information. Point status information is available without entering a
password.
To access the point status menu:
1. From the EN4232MR start screen, press the enter button to access the
receiver’s three main menus. “Point Status” displays.
2. Press the enter to display point status details.
3. Use the up/down buttons to scroll through the points; press the enter
button again to view the outputs the displayed conditions are mapped
to.
• Point status flags are defined as follows: A = Alarm (transmitter only);
T = Tamper; B = Low Battery; L = AC loss (repeater only); I = Inactive.
Note: If “--” displays, the displayed condition has been mapped to a null
output.
4.4 Event Log
The event log displays the last 50 events that have occurred, whether they
be alarms, or tamper or inactive faults. Event log information is available
without a password.
1. From the EN4232MR start screen, press enter.
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Note: The default password is 3446.
4.5.1 Setup Point
1. From the install & service menu, press enter at the “Setup Point”
prompt.
2. Use the up/down buttons to scroll through point numbers; press the
enter button to select a point.
• “Tx Registr’d” displays if a transmitter or repeater is currently
registered to this point; “Tx Not Regstr’d” displays if no transmitter is
registered to this point.
3. Press enter to continue.
Supervision Time: Sets a time limit on missing transmitters.
• The valid range is 0 to 99 hours. The default is 60 minutes. Selecting
0 turns off supervision.
Caution: Turning off supervision can jeopardize the integrity of your
system. Inovonics does not recommend turning off supervision. For
supervision to function correctly, the supervision time must be set for an
interval greater than the transmitter check-in time.
a. Use the up and down buttons to adjust the supervision time; press the
enter button to select.
b. Use the up and down buttons to toggle between “Hrs” (hours) and
“Min” (minutes); press the enter button to select.
Select Security/Repeater: Configures point’s alarm and alert messages as
either a repeater or a security transmitter.
a. Use the up and down buttons to choose “Select Security” for a
security transmitter or “Select Repeater” for a repeater; press the enter
button to select.
1-4 Alarm Inputs: Allows security transmitters with multiple alarm
conditions to be assigned a separate alarm point and output type for each
individual condition.
a. Use the up and down buttons to navigate the number of alarm inputs
for the transmitter; press the enter to select.
Alarm Out: Maps the security transmitter’s alarm condition(s) to alarm
outputs.
a. Use the up/down buttons to scroll through the output numbers.
Choosing “--” will disable alarm output.
b. Press Enter to select the output to use for the alarm condition.
Alarm Output Type: Selects the output type for the alarm condition. The
default is follower.
a. Use the up/down buttons to scroll through the output type options in
Table 4; press the enter button to select the desired output option:
Table 4: Output Type Options
Output Type
Description
Follower
The output reflects the transmitter’s alarm status.
Latching
The output turns on when activated and remains on
until the receiver is reset.
Toggle
The output changes state each time the device sends
a new activation. Press the enter button to select.
“Inactive” displays when selected. Inactive time
prevents output chatter. The valid range is 2.0 to 99.5
seconds, in 0.5 second increments. Use the up and
down buttons to navigate.
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Table 4: Output Type Options
Output Type
Description
Momentary
Momentary: The output turns on for the programmed
duration, then turns off, regardless of the device
status. Press the enter button to select.
“Moment” displays when selected. This sets the time
that the output will stay activated. The valid range 0.5
to 99.5 seconds, in 0.5 second increments. Use the
up and down buttons to navigate.
Inactive Out: Maps transmitter/repeater inactivity fault output.
a. Use the up/down buttons to scroll through the output numbers.
Choosing “--” will disable inactivity reporting.
b. Press enter to select the output to use for this transmitter/repeater.
Inactive Output Type: Selects the output type for the inactive condition.
a. Use the up/down buttons to scroll through the output type options in
Table 4; press the enter button to select the desired output option:
Tamper Out: Maps transmitter/repeater tamper fault output.
a. Use the up/down buttons to scroll through the output numbers.
Choosing “--” will disable tamper output.
b. Press enter to select the output to use for this transmitter/repeater's
tamper transmission.
Tamper Output Type: Selects the output type for the tamper condition.
a. Use the up/down buttons to scroll through the output type options in
Table 4; press the enter button to select the desired output option.
Low Batt Out: Maps transmitter/repeater low battery fault output.
a. Use the up/down buttons to scroll through the output numbers.
Choosing “--” will disable low battery output.
b. Press enter to select the output to use for this transmitter/repeater's
low battery transmission.
Low Battery Output Type: Selects the output type for the low battery
condition.
a. Use the up/down buttons to scroll through the output type options in
Table 4; press the enter button to select the desired output option:
Line Power Loss Out: Maps repeater line power loss fault output.
a. Use the up/down buttons to scroll through the output numbers.
Choosing “--” will disable line power loss output.
b. Press enter to select the output to use for this repeater's line power
loss transmission.
Line Power Loss Output Type: Selects the output type for the line power
loss condition.
a. Use the up/down buttons to scroll through the output type options in
Table 4; press the enter button to select the desired output option:
Text: Enter eight-character descriptive text for the transmitter/repeater
a. Use up/down buttons to scroll through the alphanumeric characters;
press enter to select and advance to the next character. To select a
space, press enter without selecting a digit.
Note: If you do not use all eight characters, you must enter spaces to the
end of the line.
b. When finished, press enter again to complete selection.
Register Transmitter: The register transmitter option allows you to register
a transmitter or repeater to the programmed point.
a. Use the up and down buttons to toggle between “N” for no and “Y” for
yes to choose whether or not you wish to register a transmitter/repeater
to the point; press enter to select.
b. Press the transmitter/repeater’s reset button at the “Reset Xmitter”
prompt.
c. When “Tx Reg’d” displays, press enter to finish and advance to the
next point.
d. When all transmitters have been registered, press reset on the
receiver to clear faults.
Note: A transmitter/repeater can be registered to the point at a later time
using the “Register Xmitter” prompt in the install & service menu.
4.5.2 Register Transmitter
The register xmitter option allows you to register a transmitter or repeater.
1. From the install & service menu, use the up and down buttons to
navigate to the “Register Xmitter” prompt; press the enter button.
2. Use the up and down buttons to choose the point to which you want to
register the transmitter/repeater.
3. Use the up and down buttons to toggle between “N” for no and “Y” for
yes to choose whether or not you wish to register a transmitter/repeater
to the point; press enter to select.
4. Press the transmitter/repeater’s reset button at the “Reset Xmitter”
prompt.
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4.5.3 Delete Point
The DELETE POINT option allows you to delete transmitter registration
information from all registered points, or from a specific point. Programmed
point information is not deleted; just the registration identification number
associated with the transmitters or repeaters. To delete points:
1. From the install & service menu, use the up and down buttons to
navigate to the “Delete Point” prompt; press the enter button.
2. The “Delete All?” prompt displays. Use the up and down buttons to
choose “N” for no or “Y” for yes; press enter to select.
3. If you selected no, the “Delete Point” prompt displays. Use the up and
down buttons to choose a point to delete; press enter to select.
4. Press the enter button. If there is more than one registered point, then
pressing the enter button returns to point selection for deletion; if there
are no more registered points, the display returns to the install & service
menu.
4.5.4 Signal Strength
The SIGNAL STRENGTH option is used to measure signal strength and
troubleshoot installation problems.
1. At the “Signal Strength” prompt, press enter.
• The first programmed point displays, along with a signal quality of
good, weak or no sig.
Note: The point must have an active transmitter associated with it to
display signal strength.
2. Use the up/down buttons to scroll through the registered transmitters.
3. Press enter to view level (LV) and margin (MA).
• Level indicates the overall signal strength; margin indicates the signal
strength minus the background noise.
Note: Inovonics recommends a level of four for most installations.
4.5.5 Change Password
Passwords can be up to five digits long. The password is 3446. To change
the password:
1. From the install & service menu, press enter at the “Change Password”
prompt.
2. Use the up/down buttons to scroll through the digits; press enter to
select and advance to the next digit.
Note: Choosing a null as the password will disable the function, allowing
users to perform receiver functions and/or change parameters without a
password.
3. When finished, press enter again to complete selection.
4. When “Password Changed” displays, press enter to return to the install
& service menu.
Caution: Store the new password in a secure place. If the new password is
lost, you will not be able to access the receiver without restoring it to factory
defaults as described in “Factory Config” on page 5.
4.5.6 Factory Config
The factory config option is used to restore the EN4232MR to its factory
defaults.
Caution: Choosing factory config will erase all programmed point and
output information, as well as the password.
To restore the factory configuration defaults to the EN4232MR:
1. From the install & service menu, use the up and down buttons to
navigate to the “Factory Config” prompt; press the enter button.
2. The “Reset Config” prompt displays. Use the up and down buttons to
choose “Y” for yes; press enter to select.
3. The “Config Reset” prompt displays; press the enter button to return to
the install & service menu.
The receiver can also be brought back to the factory default configuration
through a hardware initiated sequence.
1. Connect a wire between the reset terminal and the ground terminal.
2. While pressing the back button, cycle the power to the unit.
3. Release the back button and remove the wire between the reset
terminal and ground.
4. “Reset Config?” displays; select “Y” and press the enter button.
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5 Specifications
UL compatible repeater, transmitters: EN5040-T, EN1215EOL,
EN1215WEOL, EN1223D, EN1235SF, EN1235DF, EN1244, EN1249,
EN1261HT
Dimensions: 22cm x 18cm x 4cm (8.75" x 7" x 1.63" ).
Weight: 522 g (18.4 oz).
Operating environment: 0°- 60°C (32°- 140°F), 90% relative humidity, noncondensing.
Power requirement: 11-14 VDC; 500mA.
Nominal urrent consumption: Approx. 120 mA
Output specifications: Form C relay 1A @ 28 VDC, 0.5 @ 30 VAC resistive
load.
Input specifications: Reset input: Contact closure, momentary low.
Receiver type: Frequency hopping spread spectrum.
Operating frequency: 915-928 MHz (Australia), 921-928 MHz (New
Zealand), 902-928 MHz (USA).
Tamper: Type B, fixed device.
Number of points/Transmitters: 32.
Number of outputs: 12 Form C relay outputs.
Event history log capacity: 50 events (first-in, first-out replacement).
UL listings: UL 365, UL 636, UL 985, UL 1023, ULC/ORD-C1023-74, UL
1610, UL 1076.
6 UL Requirements
• The control panel must be programmed to indicate an alarm if the
system is in an armed condition and an RF jamming signal occurs at
the receiver.
• The receiver tamper and transmitter tamper cannot be combined in
one loop.
• The control unit providing input power to the receiver must not have a
range outside of 11-14 VDC.
7 Television and Radio Interference
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
8 US Patent Numbers
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•
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7,154,866.
7,554,932.
7,746,804.
Other patents pending.
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