Eagle PA5060E Installation And Operating Instructions Manual

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PA5000 SERIES TWO ZONE

PUBLIC ADDRESS AMPLIFIERS

GB

INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

Covers Models:

PA5120E Mixer Amplifier PA5060E Mixer Amplifier PAB5120E Booster Amplifier PAB5240E Booster Amplifier

PA5200C Twin Cassette Deck PA5200CT Tuner with blank slot for a Cassette Deck or Tuner

WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST

BE EARTHED

IMPORTANT

The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:

Green and Yellow: Earth (E)

Blue: Neutral (N)

Brown: Live (L)

As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug proceed as follows:

The wire which is coloured green and yellow must be connected to the terminal which is marked by the letter E or by the safety earth symbol or coloured green and yellow. The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured black. The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured red.

If a 13 Amp (B.S. 1363) plug or any other type of plug is used, a

5 Amp fuse must be fitted either in the plug or at the distribution board.

GENERAL INSTALLATION

DO NOT

DO NOT

DO NOT

DO NOT

DO NOT

DO NOT

AVOID

ALWAYS

ALWAYS

ENSURE

ENSURE

REMOVE use low impedance loudspeakers.

run microphone cables near mains, data, telephone or 100V line cables. run 100V line cables near data, telephone or other low voltage cables.

exceed 90% of the amplifiers output power when using 100V line (speech only).

exceed 70% of the amplifiers output power when using 100V line

(high level background music).

use re-entrant horn loudspeakers for background music unless the loudspeaker has been specifically designed for this purpose.

jointing the microphone cable, when this is unavoidable make sure a good screened connector is used, e.g. XLR.

use a balanced or floating low impedance microphone terminating into a balanced input on long microphone cable runs.

use a mains grade double insulated cable for the loudspeaker cable runs.

that all loudspeakers are in-phase.

that there are no short circuits on the loudspeaker line before connecting to the amplifier.

the top cabinet when fitting the 19” rack ears supplied (these are fitted using the existing screw holes and screws from the top cabinet).

Mixer Amplifiers PA5060E and PA5120E

REAR PANEL

220 - 240V~50/60Hz MODEL NO.

PA5120E

RATED OUTPUT 120W RMS

MADE IN TAIWAN

MUSIC/SPEECH SPEECH ONLY

250V 2.5A

24V DC

BOOSTER OUT AUX 3 MIC5 AUX 2 MIC4 AUX 1 MIC3

FRONT PANEL

OVER-

LOAD

MIC1 MIC2 MIC3/AUX1 MIC4/AUX2 MIC5/AUX3 BASS TREBLE MASTER

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

1.

2.

3.

4.

10.

11.

12.

13.

1 2 3

24V DC Connector

Mains Connector

Loudspeaker Connector

Booster Out Phono Socket

Booster Out DIn Socket

Aux 3 Input Socket

Mic 5 Input Socket

Aux 2 Input Socket

Mic 4 Input Socket

Aux 1 Input Socket

Mic 3 Input Socket

Mic 2 Input Socket

Mic 2 Priority Socket

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

18.

19.

20.

21.

22.

14.

15.

16.

17.

23.

24.

25.

26.

Mic 1 Input Socket

Mic 1 Priority Socket

Input Overload Indicator

Mic 1 Level Control

Mic 2 Level Control

Mic 3/Aux 1 Level Control

Mic 4/Aux 2 Level Control

Mic 5/Aux 3 Level Control

Bass Control

Treble Control

Master Level Control

Power On/Off Switch

Power On Indicator

21

1

22 23 24 25 26

Booster Amplifiers PAB5120E and PAB5240E

REAR PANEL

220 - 240V~50/60Hz MODEL NO.

PA5120E

RATED OUTPUT 120W RMS

MADE IN TAIWAN

MUSIC/SPEECH SPEECH ONLY

250V 2.5A

24V DC

OUT

IN

FRONT PANEL

OVERLOAD

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

1 2 3

Battery Connector

Mains Connector

Loudspeaker Connector

Volume Control

Output Socket (DIN)

Output Socket (Phono)

4 5 6 7 8 9

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

10

Input Socket (Phono)

Input Socket (DIN)

Sensitivity Selector

Input Overload Indicator

Power On/Off Switch

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Mic 1 & Mic 2 Input Connections

These Microphone inputs use an XLR connector for signal input and if required a 180° DIn plug can also be used to obtain priority operation. Ideally a balanced or floating microphone with an impedance of 600

Ω should be used. If priority is required the microphone must also have a normally open volt free switch.

Non Priority Connection (Mixing)

Balanced Operation

Pin 1 Screen

Pin 2

Pin 3

Signal

Signal

(Live)

(Return)

Unbalanced Operation

Pin 1 Screen

Pin 2

Pin 3

Signal

Short to pin 1

Priority Connection

The Signal connections should be made as shown in Non-Priority above.

The 5 pin 180° DIN socket directly above the microphone input socket is used to obtain priority functions for the input socket. Other features are also available on this socket.

180° DIN SOCKET

Pin Number

1

2

3

4

5

Function

Mute: Used to override Mic inputs 3 to 5 and/or Auxiliary inputs 1 to 3, to override these inputs short to pin 2. This action will also activate the “Ding Dong” chime.

Ground: Connected to the equipment chassis.

Busy: Open collector, going to ground when pin 1 is shorted to ground.

Speak Now: Open collector, going to ground when pin 1 is shorted to ground and the “Ding Dong” chime has finished.

24Vdc Output: Used for phantom powering of other equipment. E.g. Relays, Microphones, etc. Max. current must not exceed

0.5 Amps total (not per socket).

Mic 3 & Aux 1 Connections

Microphone 3 is connected exactly the same way as the signal connections for Mic 1 & Mic 2. Please note that no priority functions are available for this input.

The amplifier leaves the factory pre-configured for this input set as Mic 3, however if needed this can easily be re-configured as an auxiliary input, this is achieved by the following process:

1.

Remove the top case

2.

Locate switch on the rear PCB (three switches are located on the rear PCB, the switch required is the left most one when viewed from the front panel).

3.

Set the switch to the position nearest the rear panel.

4.

Replace the top cover.

The input Aux 1 uses two standard RCA Phono plugs. These are shorted together internally and provide a mono input.

Pin:

Sleeve:

Signal

Screen

SLEEVE PIN

Mic 4, 5 & Aux 2, 3 Connections

These inputs are configured at the factory as Auxiliary inputs. The connection for these is exactly the same as for Aux

1 above. These inputs may be re-configured as balanced microphone inputs, this is achieved by the following process:

1.

Remove top cover.

2.

Locate switch for Mic 4 and/or for Mic 5 (these are located on the PCB along the rear panel, the centre switch is for Mic 4 and the rightmost switch is for Mic

5).

3.

Set the switch to the position furthest from the rear panel.

4.

Replace the top cover.

The microphone inputs use standard 1/4” Stereo Jack Sockets, these are wired as follows:

Tip:

Ring:

Sleeve:

Signal (Live)

Signal (Return)

Screen

SLEEVE RING TIP

2

If you wish to use an unbalanced microphone, ensure the microphone is fitted with a standard 1/4” Mono Jack Plug, when this is inserted into the microphone input socket, the input will automatically become unbalanced.

Phantom Power

A new feature has been added to the PA5000 series amplifiers. This feature will enable phantom powering of Electret Condenser Microphones. The phantom power can be turned on or off by moving the shorting pliug on the link pins adjacent to each input.

The phantom powering is set to ‘OFF’ by default and can be enabled by following the instructions below:-

1 Remove the power lead from the wall socket.

2 Remove the top cover

3 Locate the link pins for each input socket (these are located behind each microphone input socket and are three vertical pins, two of which are shorted together using a black coloured shorting plug).

4 Each set of link pins will have one pin marked with the letter ‘C’ (on the PCB), shorting this pin to the centre pin will enable the phantom power. To disconnect the phantom power, move the shorting plug so that the centre and unmarked pins are shorted, or alternatively the shorting plug can be removed and kept in a safe place for future use.

Booster Out Connections

For simple connections to a booster two RCA Phono sockets are fitted, these are shorted together internally and provide a fixed output (output is independent of the master gain and tone controls, but dependant on the Mic/Aux level controls).

Pin:

Sleeve:

Signal

Screen

Where a variable output (output is dependent on all controls) or the extended features offered on the DIN Socket are required proceed as follows:

Pin Number

3

4

1

2

5

SLEEVE

Function

Variable Output

Signal and chassis ground

Open Collector, going to ground when a priority signal is present

Fixed Output

180° DIN SOCKET

24Vdc output, used to phantom power other equipment, e.g. relays, microphones etc. Max current 0.5A total (not per socket).

PIN

Connecting a 5000 Series mixer amplifier to a 5000 Series booster

These amplifiers can be connected using Phono to Phono leads from the mixer amplifier booster out to the booster in socket on the booster amplifier, further booster’s can be connected by connecting from the booster out of the first booster amplifier to the booster in of the second. Up to three boosters can be connected in this way.

If the two zone feature is required, the 5 pin DIN socket must be used. First decide if you require fixed or variable output, from this pin wire to pin 1 of the DIN plug to the booster, wire Pin 2 to Pin 2 (using the screen) and wire Pin 3 to Pin 3. This completes the connection from the mixer/amplifier to the first booster. To wire from one booster to another, wire Pin 1 to Pin 1, Pin 2 to Pin 2 and Pin 3 to Pin 3. This lead should then be connected from the out socket of the first booster to the in socket of the second. Up to three boosters can be connected in this way.

MUSIC/SPEECH SPEECH ONLY

COM 100V COM 100V

Loudspeaker Connection

Note: Use only 100V Line Loudspeakers

Two loudspeaker outputs are provided. The output marked ‘Speech/Music’ gives an output at all times, reproducing any signal input into the amplifier. The output marked ‘Speech Only’ will only reproduce a signal during a priority condition, therefore an output from this connection will be present when Mic 1 or Mic 2 is in a priority condition, this means that only the ‘Ding Dong’ chime and the signal from one of these microphone inputs will be presented to this output.

Battery Connections

All of the 5000 series amplifiers can be operated from a 24Vdc power source. When connecting batteries please ensure correct polarity.

Problem

The amplifier has distorted output and runs very hot

The loudspeakers emit a humming noise that increases when the microphone level control is increased

A howling noise is heard when the microphone level is increased

Amplifier runs OK but gets very hot

Output is very high and distorted when the microphone level control is moved slightly

COMMON PROBLEMS

Cause

The 100V line cable has been run too close to a microphone cable causing a high frequency oscillation

(inaudible) which is overdriving the amplfier

The screen of the microphone is disconnected or the microphone cable has been run too close to mains, data or telephone cables

A loudspeaker is too close to the microphone

Poor ventilation

The microphone input is overloaded

Solution

Move the 100V line cable

Check the screen connections and/or move the microphone cable

Disconnect/move the the loudspeaker or move the microphone

Make sure that the ventilation slots are free of obstruction and there is free circulation of air around the equipment

Try using the Aux input

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Specifications Mixer Amplfiers

Model PA5060E

Power supply AC 220 - 240V

DC 24V

Rated output power

Frequency response

60W RMS

50Hz - 18KHz ±2dB

Total harmonic distortion <1% @ 1KHz

Sensitivity/impedance Mic 1, 2, 3, 4, ,5: 0.8mV @ 600 Ω

Aux 1, 2, 3: 100mV @ 100K Ω

Output

Signal to noise ratio

Loudspeaker: 100V Line

Booster: 1V @ 600 Ω

Mic 1 - 5: 60dB

Treble: ±10dB @ 10KHz

Chime

Mute level

AC power consumption

DC power consumption

Dimensions

Weight

Mounting

Two note (Ding-Dong)

< – 40dB

160W @ rated power

4.2A @ rated power

88 x 428 x 290 (HWD)

7.9Kg

Free standing or 19” rack

PA5120E

AC220 - 240V

DC24V

120W RMS

50Hz - 18KHz ±2dB

<1% @ 1KHz

Mic 1, 2, 3, 4, ,5: 0.8mV @ 600 Ω

Aux 1, 2, 3: 100mV @ 100K Ω

Loudspeaker: 100V Line

Booster: 1V @ 600 Ω

Mic 1 - 5: 60dB

Treble: ±10dB @ 10KHz

Two note (Ding-Dong)

< – 40dB

320W @ rated power

8A @ rated power

88 x 428 x 290 (HWD)

10.2Kg

Free standing or 19” rack

CASSETTE MODULE

Specifications for Booster Amplifiers

Model PAB5120E

Power supply AC 220 - 240V 50Hz

DC 24V

Power output 120W RMS

Total harmonic distortion <1% @ 1KHz

Sensitivity 100mV, 500mV, 1V,

Switchable @ 600 Ω

100V Line Output

Signal to noise ratio 80dB

AC Power consumption 320W @ rated power

DC power consumption 8A @ rated power

Dimensions 88 x 428 x 290 (HWD)

Weight

Mounting

10Kg

Freestanding or 19” rack

PAB5240E

AC 220 - 240V 50Hz

DC24V

240W RMS

<1% @ 1KHz

100mV, 500mV, 1V,

Switchable @ 600 Ω

100V Line

80dB

640W @ rated power

15A @ rated power

132 x 428 x 300 (HWD)

17Kg

Freestanding or 19” rack

TUNER MODULE

FM

AM

6

STATIONS PRESET

AM/FM TUNER

1 2 3 4 5 6

AM FM

EJECT

AUTO-REVERSE

Background Music Cassette Player

PROGRAM

1.

2.

3.

4.

1

Eject Control

Cassette Slot

Fast Wind Controls

Direction Indicators

2 3 4

Operation of Cassette Module

The cassette mechanism fitted into the Cassette module is an auto-reverse type which detects when the end of the tape has been reached and will automatically reverse the direction of the tape and play the opposite side of the cassette, this function will continue until the cassette is removed from the module.

Note: Due to the abrasive nature of the Cassette tapes some oxide from the tape will be deposited on to the cassette mechanism and therefore the mechanism will need cleaning at regular intervals. Cleaning cassettes can be purchased from most good hi-fi stores.

DO NOT use C120 cassettes.

Operation of the Tuner Module

Aerials

Separate Aerials are required for the reception of AM and FM signals, in strong signal strength areas a short wire will be sufficient to receive AM signals. If FM signals are required it is recommended that an external Aerial is fitted. Advice on which aerial will best be suited for your area should be available from your local aerial supplier.

Upto six stations can be pre-set, each pre-set can be tuned to a station on either AM or FM (not both). When tuning in to a specific station you should have available the stations transmission frequency as this will make the process much easier.

Module removal

In the event of failure any of the modules fitted to the equipment covered in this manual can be easily removed for servicing or replacement. To remove a module proceed as follows.

Warning: the following process should only be completed by qualified personnel.

1.

Disconnect the equipment from the mains power supply by removing the plug from the wall socket.

5.

6.

7.

8.

5 6

Pre-set Adjust Controls

LED Display

Pre-set Selector Switches

Band Selector Switch

7 8

Inserting a Cassette

The cassette should be inserted edge first with the exposed tape on the righthand side, push the cassette into the mechanism until the cassette drops into position.

Removing the Cassette

Firmly press the eject button, the cassette will be ejected.

Fast Wind

The cassette can be fast wound in either direction to any position on the tape by pressing one of the fast wind buttons.

Direction change

The side of the cassette currently playing can be changed to play the other side of the cassette at any time by pressing both fast wind buttons simultaneously.

2.

Remove the two allen screws from the front plate of the module using a

2.5mm allen key.

3.

Carefully pull out the mechanism taking care not to snag or put strain onto the interconnecting leads. When removing cassette modules it will be noticed that the motor sited at the left-hand rear of the module will make contact with the mounting bracket for the front plate of the module, at this point the module should be rotated on a horizontal axis allowing the right-hand rear corner of the module to be released from the mounting rails. The module can now be removed.

4.

Disconnect the interconnecting leads from the module.

5.

The module can be refitted by reversing the above procedure.

Tuning into a station

1.

Press the station selector button you wish to tune.

2.

Select AM or FM band.

3.

The LED display will show the frequency that the equipment is currently set to, (in KHz on AM and MHz on FM).

4.

Adjust the adjacent pre-set control to the desired frequency, anticlockwise to reduce the frequency, clockwise to increase the frequency.

5.

The station is now tuned.

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PA5200C REAR PANEL PA5200C FRONT PANEL

1.

1

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

2

DC Connector

Mains Connector

Audio Out Socket

Audio In Socket

Logic Out Socket

Logic In Socket

3

OUT IN LOGIC

IN

OUT

4 5 6

EJECT

PROGRAM

AUTO-REVERSE

Background Music Cassette Player

7.

8.

9.

Cassette Decks

Power on Indicator

Mode Selector Switch

10.

Mains on/off switch

7

EJECT

PROGRAM

AUTO-REVERSE

Background Music Cassette Player

A

S

SA

9

POWER

10 8

WIRING OF PA5200C

Single Unit Operation

For single unit operation, set the mode selector switch located on the rear panel to the ‘SA’ position. The two Phono type sockets marked “OUT’ on the rear panel are the signal output sockets, although two sockets are supplied the output signal is mono. It is not necessary to use both of these sockets when wiring to mono amplifiers.

Three unit operation

For two or three unit operation one unit must be designated the master unit, this can be done by moving the mode selector switch on the front panel to the ‘M’ position, all other units must be switched to slave mode, this is done by moving the selector to the ‘S’ position. The wiring of the units must be as per the diagram opposite. The two Phono type sockets marked ‘OUT’ on the rear panel of the final slave are the signal output sockets, although two sockets are supplied the output signal is mono.

It is not necessary to use both of these sockets when wiring to mono amplifiers.

Operation

To operate just insert a cassette in to one of the cassette decks (of the master unit if more than one unit is being used), the cassette will start playing, if further cassettes are inserted into the remaining decks the machine will play the first side if the current deck, auto-reverse and play the second side of the current deck and at the end of this side switch to the next deck in the chain. If a deck is empty then the machine will ignore this deck.

OUT IN

TO AUX INPUT OF AMPLIFIER

OUT IN MASTER UNIT

LOGIC

IN

OUT

OUT

OUT

IN

IN

SLAVE UNIT

SLAVE UNIT

LOGIC

IN

OUT

LOGIC

IN

OUT

LOGIC

IN

OUT

TO AUX INPUT OF AMPLIFIER

PA5200CT REAR PANEL PA5200CT FRONT PANEL

OUT FM AM OUT

FM AM

6 STATIONS PRESET

AM/FM TUNER

AM FM POWER

BOTH

A B

SEPARATE MIX

4.

5.

6.

1.

2.

3.

1 2 3

DC Power Connector

Mains Power Connector

Audio Output Sockets Module B

Aerial Connector Module B

Output Mode Selector

Audio Output Sockets Module A

4 5 6 7

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

8

Aerial Connector Module A

Tuner Module

Blanking Plate

Module Selector

Power Indicator

Mains Power On/Off Switch

9 10 11 12

Operation

For Operation of the Tuner module and for aerial connection please refer to the earlier section.

Output Mode Selector

This switch is provided to enable the user to use either two separate Aux inputs or one single Aux input on an amplifier.

In the ‘separate’ position each module will only have an output signal present on its own output sockets, this allows the modules to be connected either to two Aux inputs in one amplifier giving a volume control for each module. Alternatively these outputs could be wired to two separate amplifiers giving different music sources for different areas. In this mode of operation the module selector switch must be set to the “BOTH’ position.

In the ‘mix’ position the output sockets of module A and module B are linked together internally, this allows the user to use both modules into one Aux input on an amplifier. In this mode of operation the module selector switch must be set to the module currently in use.

Although two audio output sockets are supplied for each module, the output signal is mono. It is not necessary to use both these sockets when wiring to mono amplifiers.

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