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DI-1000/DI-2000
Telephone Hybrid
Manual
Radio Systems DI-1000/DI-2000 Single and Dual Line Digital Phone Hybrid Manual
Table Of Contents
Page Product Description............................................................................................... .............. 3
Installation ............................................................................................................ .............. 4
Inputs
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Outputs
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Telephone Line Wiring................................................................................................................................. `5
Producer’s Phone Wiring............................................................................................................. ................. 5
Remote Control Wiring................................................................................................................. ................. 5
AC Power Wiring ........................................................................................................................ ................. 6
DIP Switch Programming............................................................................................................. ................. 6
Controls and Indicators......................................................................................... .............. 7
Front Panel
Rear Panel
........................................................................................................................ ................. 7
........................................................................................................................ ................. 7
Operation .......................................................................................................................... 7
Typical Console/Hybrid Control Operation................................................................................... ............... 10
Specifications..................................................................................................................... 11
Audio Inputs
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Audio Outputs ........................................................................................................................................11
General
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Remote Lines
........................................................................................................................................11
Console Logic Remote Lines.......................................................................................................................11
Front Panel Controls.......................................................................................................... 12
Rear Panel Connections.................................................................................................... 13
Use as two Independent Hybrids...................................................................................... 14
Millenium Consoles - Remote Connectivity..................................................................... 15
RS-Series Consoles - Remote Connectivity ................................................................... 16
Bill of Materials................................................................................................................... 17
Schematic ........................................................................................................................ 21
Schematic ........................................................................................................................ 22
Schematic ........................................................................................................................ 23
Warranty
........................................................................................................................ 24
Repair Policy
....................................................................................................................................... 24
Return Instructions...................................................................................................................................... 24
Radio Systems DI-1000/DI-2000 Single and Dual Line Digital Phone Hybrid Manual
Page Product Description
The DI-1000/DI-2000 is a digital adaptive hybrid designed to interface between the telephone line and
professional audio equipment. The DI-1000 is a single line unit while the DI-2000 is a two-line device.
Both products occupy a single unit of rack space. While the DI-2000 allows conference calls (DIP switches
selectable) both units feature ring detect, auto answer, automatic line release, separate modes of operation
and audio inputs/outputs for cue - hold - air, producer phone control, a speaker amplifier, and full remote
control. Additionally, an Intelligent Console Control interface is provided.
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Page Installation
All audio wiring is made to 3 conductor 1/4” phone plugs. Wiring a DI-2000 (dual unit) is identical to a DI-1000
unit (single unit) with the exception of the Main and Cue Outputs. It is possible, with a dual hybrid, to provide a
Main Output that is a mix of line 1 and line 2. The same is true for the Cue Output. See DIP switch programming.
Inputs
Inputs are normally wired balanced. Tip is “+”, Ring is “-” and Sleeve is ground. When wiring an unbalanced
piece of equipment to the input of the hybrid, connect the Ring and the Sleeve together.
Cue Inputs
Connect audio to be sent to the caller when the hybrid is in the Answer/Cue Mode (front panel answer/cue switch is illuminated). This would normally be an uninterrupted DJ microphone. This will
allow the hybrid to handle off air conversations with the caller.
Hold Inputs
Connect audio to be sent to the caller when the hybrid is in the Hold Mode (front panel hold switch is
illuminated). This would normally be the air monitor signal. This will allow the caller to listen to the
program while keeping their radio turned down.
Mix-Minus Input
Connect audio to be sent to the caller when the hybrid is in the Air Mode (front panel air switch is illuminated). This would be a mix of all signals (going to air) minus (except) the caller.
Outputs
Outputs are normally wired balanced. Tip is “+”, Ring is “-” and Sleeve is ground. When wiring the hybrid outputs
to an unbalanced piece of equipment make connections to the Tip and Sleeve only. Leave the Ring unconnected.
Cue Output
Provides caller audio when the hybrid is in the Answer/Cue Mode (front panel answer/cue switch is
illuminated). Connect to the console’s external cue input. This will allow the hybrid to handle off air
conversations with the caller. The DI2000 (dual unit) can provide a mix of line 1 and line 2 Cue Output if desired. In this instance, wire only between the Line 2 Hybrid and the console. Set DIP Switch
4 to the on position. See DIP Switch Programming.
Main Air Output
Provides caller audio when the hybrid is in the Air Mode (front panel air switch is illuminated). Connect to the console’s caller input channel. The DI-2000 (dual unit) can provide a mix of line 1 and line
2 Main Air Output if desired. In this instance, wire only between the Line 2 Hybrid and the console.
Set DIP Switch 3 to the on position. See DIP Switch Programming.
Cue Speaker Output
Identical to Cue Output except that a speaker amplifier and level control is provided. Connect a 32ohm speaker between Tip and Ring. Do not make a connection to Sleeve or ground.
Record Output
Provides a mix of caller output and either the Cue Input (if Answer/Cue Mode is selected) or the Mix
Minus Input (if AIR mode is selected) for recording purposes.
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Page Telephone Line Wiring
Jack 1 and Jack 2
Single hybrid
Dual hybrid
wire a single phone line to Jack 1. Make no connection to Jack 2.
either wire two phone lines (4 wires) to Jack 1 and make no connection to Jack 2 - or - wire a
single phone line to Jack 1 and another single phone line to Jack 2.
Producer’s Phone Wiring
Jack 3 and Jack 4
The use of a Producer’s Phone is optional.
Single hybrid wire a single phone line to Jack 3. Make no connection to Jack 4.
Dual hybrid
either wire two phone lines (4 wires) to Jack 3 and make no connection to Jack 4 - or - wire a single phone line to Jack 3 and another single phone line to Jack 4.
Remote Control Wiring
A 25 pin “D” connector provides remote control. Dual hybrids have a separate connector for each line. Unless
noted, all switches are momentary pull to ground. To activate make a momentary connection between the desired
pin and either ground pin. All indicators are open collector current sinking outputs and will drive a maximum of
100mA at 25 volts. Connect indicators from either +5 volt pin to the desired indicator pin. A series current limiting
resistor is recommended.
Pin #
1 Drop Switch
2 Hold Switch
3 Volume Down Switch
4 Console On Switch
5 Volume Up Indicator
6 Cue/Answer Indicator
7 Air Indicator
8 +5 volts
9 +5 volts
10 Off hook normally open relay contact
11 Normally open power relay contact
12 Normally closed power relay contact
13
14
15
16
Power relay common contact
Air Switch
Cue/Answer Switch
Volume Up Switch
Function
parallel with front panel Drop Switch
parallel with front panel Hold Switch
parallel with front panel Volume Down Switch
see Intelligent Console Control Operation. Console must provide momentary pull to ground (pulse) when the console’s channel on switch (assigned to the incoming caller) is pressed.
open collector output, operation mimics front panel Volume Up
LED
open collector output, operations mimics front panel Cue/Answer
LED
open collector output, operation mimics front panel Air LED
+5 volts
+5 volts
closes whenever hybrid is “off hook” (see pins 24 and 25)
momentarily closes whenever hybrid changes mode (see pins 12 and 13)
momentarily opens whenever hybrid changes mode. Power
for the producer’s phone maybe wired through this relay. If the
producer’s phone were in speakerphone mode, operation of
the hybrid would pulse the relay disconnecting the producer’s
phone. See pins 11 and 13.
see pins 11 and 12
parallel with front panel Air Switch
parallel with front panel Cue/Answer Switch
parallel with front panel Volume Switch
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17 Console Off Switch
18 Volume Down Indicator
19 Hold Indicator
20 Console Ready Indicator
21 Ground
22 Ground
23 Conference Allow Switch
24 Off hook normally closed relay contact
25 Off hook relay common connector
Page see Intelligent Console Control Operation. Console must provide
a momentary pull to ground (pulse) when the console’s channel
off switch (assigned to the incoming caller) is pressed.
open collector output, operation mimics front panel Down LED
open collector output, operation mimics front panel Hold LED
see Intelligent Console Control Operation. Open collector
output. Must be connected to console channel (assigned to the
incoming caller) so that hybrid has control of the console’s ready
(channel off) lamp.
Ground
Ground
if conference has been enabled via DIP switch (see DIP Switch
Programming) holding this pin to ground will inhibit conferencing.
opens whenever hybrid is “off hook” (see pins 10 and 25)
see pins 10 and 24
AC Power Wiring
AC power is connected to the hybrid through a removable IEC type power cord. An internal switch is provided for
115V/230V selection.
DIP Switch Programming
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3 Switch 4 Switch 5
Air Mode Conference Enable.
Turn this switch on to allow callers on line 1 to talk to (conference) with callers on line 2 when both lines are in Air Mode.
Answer/Cue Mode Conference Enable.
Turn this switch on to allow callers on line 1 to talk to (conference) with callers on line 2 when both lines are in Answer/Cue
mode.
Combine Air Outputs #1 & #2 to Air Output #2.
Turn this switch on to provide a mix of line 1 and line 2 Main Air
Output audio. This signal appears on line 2 Main Air Output only
when both lines are in the Air Mode.
NOTE: DIP Switch #1 must be engaged for this function to work.
Combine Cue Outputs #1 & #2 to Cue Output #2.
Turn this switch on to provide a mix of line 1 and line 2 Cue
Output audio. This signal appears on line 2 Cue Output and
Cue Speaker Output only when both lines are in the Answer/Cue
Mode.
NOTE: DIP Switch #2 must be engaged for this function to work.
(not used)
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Page Controls and Indicators
Front Panel
Volume Up Switch
Increases incoming caller volume
Volume Up Indicator (housed in the Volume Up Switch)
Illuminates solid while volume is increasing, flashes at maximum volume.
Volume Down Switch
Decreases incoming caller volume
Volume Down Indicator – (housed in the Volume Down Switch)
Illuminates solid while volume is decreasing, flashes at minimum volume.
Answer/Cue Switch
Takes hybrid “off hook” (answers call).
Places hybrid into Answer/Cue Mode.
When the hybrid is “on hook” holding the Drop Switch and then pressing the Answer/Cue Switch will
place the hybrid into the Auto Answer –Answer/Cue Mode.
Answer/Cue Indicator (housed in the Answer/Cue Switch)
Illuminates to indicate that the hybrid is in the Answer/Cue Mode.
Flashes fast with breaks (ring cadence) when line is ringing.
Continuous blink and pause when producers phone is “off hook”.
Flashes slow in the Auto Answer – Answer/Cue Mode.
Hold Switch
Takes hybrid “off hook” (answers call).
Places hybrid into Hold Mode.
When hybrid is “on hook” holding the Drop Switch and then pressing the Answer/Cue Switch will
place the hybrid into the Auto Answer – Hold.
Hold Indicator (housed in the Hold Switch)
Illuminates to indicate that the hybrid is in the Hold Mode.
Flashes slow in the Auto Answer – Hold Mode.
Air Switch
Takes hybrid “off hook” (answers call).
Places hybrid into Air Mode.
When the hybrid is “on hook” holding the Drop Switch and then pressing the Air Switch will place the
hybrid into the Auto Answer – Air Mode.
Air Indicator (housed in the Air Switch)
Illuminates to indicate that the hybrid is in the Air Mode.
Flashes slow in the Auto Answer – Air Mode.
Drop Switch
Places hybrid “on hook” (drops call).
Terminates all modes of operation.
Rear Panel
Cue speaker level
Sets desired incoming caller volume when hybrid is in the Answer/Cue mode.
DIP switches
See DIP Switch Programming - pages 6, 7, 9,10
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Page Operation
Manually answering a call (line ringing - Answer/Cue Indicator flashing with breaks - ring
cadence)
Pressing the Answer/Cue or the Hold or the Air switch will answer a call and place the hybrid into the
desired mode.
Automatically answering a call (line ringing)
The hybrid can automatically answer an incoming call and enter the desired mode of operation if it
was previously placed in any of the Auto Answer Modes. To do so, depress the Drop Switch and then
momentarily press the Answer/Cue, Hold or Air Switch. Then release the Drop Switch. The associated indicator will flash slowly. When the line rings the hybrid will answer the call with the desired
mode. When the caller hangs up the hybrid will automatically go “on hook” and resume the Auto
Answer Mode. Momentarily pressing the Drop Switch will cancel the Auto Answer Mode.
Answer/Cue Mode
This mode can be entered at any time by pressing the Answer/Cue Switch. The Answer/Cue LED
will illuminate. It will take the hybrid “off hook” and answer a call. The incoming caller’s audio will
be routed to the Cue and Cue Speaker Output. The caller will hear the audio connected to the Cue
Input. The producer’s phone is disabled.
Hold Mode
This mode can be entered at any time by pressing the Hold Switch. The Hold LED will illuminate. It
will take the hybrid “off hook” and answer a call. The incoming caller’s audio is muted. The caller will
hear the audio connected to the Hold Input. The producer’s phone is enabled.
Air Mode
This mode can be entered at any time by pressing the Air Switch. The Air LED will illuminate. It will
take the hybrid “off hook” and answer a call. The incoming caller’s audio will be routed to the Main
Output. The caller will hear the audio connected to the Mix Minus Input. The producer’s phone is
disabled.
Drop Mode – hybrid “on hook”
This mode, which will terminate the call, can be entered at any time by pressing the Drop Switch. All
LEDs will extinguish. The producer’s phone is enabled.
Automatic Release
The hybrid automatically monitors line loop current. If the caller hangs up the hybrid will detect the
change in the loop current and go “on hook”.
Producer’s Phone
A producer’s phone (desk set) may be connected (optionally) to the hybrid. The hybrid restricts usage
of the phone to when the hybrid is “on hook” or in the Hold Mode. When the producer is speaking to the
caller the Answer/Cue Indicator will continuously blink and pause. If the producer’s phone is taken “off
hook” when the hybrid is in the Hold Mode, the hybrid will exit the Hold Mode and release the line. The
producer should press the hybrid’s Hold Switch to put the caller back on hold.
Conference
The DI-2000 (dual hybrid) allows conferencing between two phone lines if desired. There are two
modes of possible conferencing – each has a separate DIP switch that must be set.
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Page Answer/Cue conference – allows callers on both lines to talk to each other when in Answer/Cue
Mode with DIP switch #2 has been closed (down position).
Air Conference – allows callers on both lines to talk to each other when in Air Mode when DIP switch
#1 has been closed (down position).
A conference inhibit switch is available through the remote control. As long as the switch is closed all
DIP switch-programmed conferencing will be inhibited.
Combined Audio Output (Conference Mode)
When in conference mode (cue and/or air), it may be useful to have the cue and/or air outputs
combined into one audio feed. To accomplish this, set DIP switch #3 on (down) to combine the air
feeds into air feed output #2 (air output #1 is not used). Set DIP switch # 4 on (down) to combine
cue feeds into cue output #2 (cue output #1 is not used). Note - Combined audio outputs do not function independently of the conference modes (i.e. DIP switch #1 must be on for switch #3 to work; DIP
switch #2 must be on for switch #4 to work
Audio Mix Minus Input (Conference Mode)
Mix Minus inputs are not combined in the conference mode. That is, it is still necessary to wire separate mix minus audio inputs for both callers 1 & 2. Typically mix minus #1 would be minus caller #1,
and mix minus #2 would be minus caller #2.
Intelligent Console Control
If desired the console channel assigned to the incoming caller can control and show hybrid status.
Wiring must be made between the hybrid remote control and the console channel remote control.
Note that the console used must provide access to the off button (ready) lamp, as well as provide
multiple remote momentary closures when the channel “off” or “on” button is pushed.
Console Ready (channel off) Lamp
Off when hybrid is in the Drop Mode “on hook”.
Illuminates to indicate that the hybrid is in the Answer/Cue Mode.
Flashes fast with breaks (ring cadence) when line is ringing.
Continuous blink and pause when producers phone is “off hook”.
Flashes slow when the hybrid is in the Hold Mode.
Console Channel Off Switch
Pressing when the line is ringing will put the hybrid into the Answer/Cue Mode.
Pressing when the hybrid is in Answer/Cue Mode will put the hybrid into the Hold Mode.
Pressing when the hybrid is in the Hold Mode will put the hybrid into the Answer/Cue Mode.
Pressing when hybrid is in the Air Mode will put the hybrid into the Drop Mode and terminate the call.
Console Channel On Switch
Pressing when the line is ringing will place the hybrid into the Air Mode.
Pressing when the hybrid is in the Air Mode will put the hybrid into the Hold Mode.
Pressing when the hybrid is in the Hold Mode will put the hybrid into the Air Mode.
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Typical Console/Hybrid Control Operation
Line Ringing
Console channel off lamp is flashing fast with breaks (ring cadence).
Press the console channel off switch to answer the call and put the hybrid into the Answer/Cue
Mode. Console channel off lamp is illuminated.
Talent speaks to caller “off air”.
Press the console channel off switch to put the hybrid into the Hold Mode (console channel off lamp
is flashing slowly). Caller hears program on hold.
Press the console channel on switch to put the hybrid into the Air Mode (console channel on lamp is
illuminated and console channel off lamp is extinguished). Caller is “on air”.
Press the console channel off switch to put the hybrid into the Drop Mode (terminate the call). Both
console channel lamps are extinguished.
Note:
Multiple presses of the console channel off switch will toggle the hybrid between the Answer/Cue
(console channel off lamp illuminated) and Hold Modes (console channel off lamp flashing slowly).
Multiple presses of the console channel on switch will toggle the hybrid between the Air Mode (console channel off lamp extinguished) and the Hold Mode (console channel off lamp flashing slowly).
Pressing the console channel off switch while the hybrid is in the Air Mode (console channel off
switch extinguished) will put the hybrid into the Drop Mode (terminate the call). To go back to the
Answer/Cue Mode from the Air Mode it is necessary to go through the Hold Mode. First, press the
console channel on switch (console channel off lamp will flash slowly) and then press the console
channel off switch (console channel off lamp will illuminate).
Press the console channel off switch to put the hybrid into the Drop Mode (terminate the call).
Both console channel lamps are extinguished.
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Specifications
Audio Inputs
Impedance
Maximum Input Level
Nominal Input Level
Connectors
Mix-Minus Input
Cue Input
Music on Hold Input
Audio Outputs
Impedance
Maximum Output Level
Nominal Output Level
Connectors
Record Output
Cue Output
Speaker Level
Main Output
General
10K ohm, active balanced
+21 dBm
+4 dBm
1/4” TRS balanced phone connectors
provides audio to caller when on air
provides audio to caller when in answer/cue
provides audio to caller when on hold
60 ohms, active balanced
+14 dBm
+4 dBm
1/4” TRS balanced phone connectors
mix of caller and host audio
caller audio when in answer/cue
0.3 watts - cue adjustable level
caller audio when on air
Telco Line Inputs
2 tip/ring standard (POTS) line inputs, ring volt-
age detect, off-hook line detect (for aux phone), line drop detect (for auto disconnect), RJ-11 (4-wire) connector
Distortion
1% THD at 1 kHz
Frequency Response300-3300 Hz +/- 1 dB
Noise
65 dB referenced to 0 dBm phone level
Transhybrid Loss
40 dB minimum
Power
115/230 V, 50/60 Hz, switchable
Remote Lines
Answer / cue switch control
Hold switch control
Air switch control
Drop switch control
Answer / cue lamp
Hold switch lamp
Air switch lamp
Line 1 & 2 seize relay (C form)
Console Logic Remote Lines
Off switch control (answer, cue, hold, drop)
On switch control (air, cue)
Off lamp (ring flash, hold flash)
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Front Panel Controls
Single Hybrid Operation
Second Hybrid Operation
Push to Disconnect Call
When set for separate (2 hybrid) use
All LED lights extinguished.
Push to Put Caller on Air
LED lights.
Caller output applied to main out.
Caller hears mix minus input.
Caller hears other caller (in conference air mode)
Push to Put Caller on Hold
LED flashs.
Caller output is muted.
Caller hears music on hold input.
Push to Answer Incoming Call
LED flashs with ring in.
Caller output applied to cue output.
Caller hears cue input.
Caller hears other caller (in conference cue mode).
Caller Output Volume Controls
Use these cotrols to raise and lower monitor volume
(not console controls, or unit will not compensate for acoustical
Line 2 Hybrid functions identically and independently from Line 1
with separate available front panel remote controls.
When set for conference use
Callers may communicate with each other and their outputs may
be mixed according to rear panel dip switch programming.
When outputs are mixed
Air and/or cue ouputs appear as combined outputs only
on hybrid output #2 according to rear panel dip switch programming.
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Rear Panel
ols
Rear Contr
Panel Connections
DIP Switch Programming
Switch 1 - On for callers conferenced in air mode.
Switch 2 - On for callers conferenced in cue mode.
Switch 3 - On for caller outputs combined in air mode.
Switch 4 - On for caller outputs combined in cue mode.
Switch 5 - Not used.
Cue Speaker Output and Volume
.
Active when caller is in cue answer
Two watts direct speaker output.
(Utilize in place of internal console cue circuit).
Cue Output
Active when caller is in cue/answer mode.
Provides caller only send to console cue input.
Main Air Output
. air
Active when caller is on
Provides caller only send to console input.
Record Output
Provides full-time mix of caller
and host for recording.
Music-on-Hold Input
Active when caller is on hold.
Connect to air signal.
Cue Input
Active when caller is in answer/cue mode.
Connect console cue channel
send to caller (typically a full-time DJ mic feed)
Mix Minus Input
Active when caller is on air
Connect mix minus console send to caller
(mix minus output equals console
program out minus caller input audio)
Phone Line Connections
Jack 1 - Line 1 or line 1 and 2 in.
Jack 2 - Line 2 in.
Jack 3 - Producer’s phone line 1 or 2 line .
Jack 4 - Producer’s phone for line 2.
Remote Control Connections
Pin 1 - Drop Switch
Pin 2 - Hold Switch
Pin 3 - Volume Down Switch
Pin 4 - Console On Switch
Pin 5 - Volume Up LED
Pin 6 - Cue/Answer LED
Pin 7 - Air LED
Pin 8 - + 5 volts
Pin 9 - + 5 volts
Pin 10 - Off Hook Relay (n.o.)
Pin 11 - Power Relay (n.o.)
Pin 12 - Power Relay (n.c.)
Pin 13 - Power Relay (common)
Pin 14 - Air Switch
Pin 15 - Answer Switch
Pin 16 - Volume Up Switch
Pin 17 - Console Off Switch
Pin 18 - Volume Down LED
Pin 19 - Hold LED
Pin 20 - Console Ready LED
Pin 21 - Ground
Pin 22 - Ground
Pin 23 - Conference Allow Switch
Pin 24 - Off Hook Relay (n.c.)
Pin 25 - Off Hook Relay (common)
Notes:
Switches are momentary/pull-to ground
LEDs are open collector drives
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Rear
Panel Controls
Use as two Independent Hybrids
Rear Panel Controls
DIP Switch Programming
Switch 1 - On for callers conferenced in air mode.
Switch 2 - On for callers conferenced in cue mode.
Switch 3 - On for caller outputs combined in air mode.
Switch 4 - On for caller outputs combined in cue mode.
Switch 5 - Not used.
DIP Switch Programming
.
Active when caller is in cue answer
Two watts direct speaker output.
(Utilize in place of internal console cue circuit).
Active when caller is in cue/answer mode.
Provides caller only send to console cue input.
Wire separate Mix Minus, Cue and
Hold Inputs and Record, Air, Cue,
and Speaker, Outputs for each hybrid
Wire separate remote control
connections for each hybrid
Phone Line Connections
Jack 1 - Line 1 or line 1 and 2 in.
Jack 2 - Line 2 in.
Jack 3 - Producer’s phone line 1 or 2 line .
Jack 4 - Producer’s phone for line 2.
Switch 1 - On for callers conferenced in air mode.
Cue Speaker Output and Volume
Remote Contr
Switch 2 - On for callers conferenced in cue mode.
Switch 3 - On for caller
outputs combined in air mode.
Cue Output
Switch 4 - On for caller outputs combined in cue mode.
Switch 5 - Not used.
Main Air Output
. air
Active when caller is on
Provides caller only send to console input.
ol Connections
Pin 1 - Drop Switch
Pin 2 - Hold Switch
Pin 3 - Volume Down Switch
Pin 4 - Console On Switch
Pin 5 - Volume Up LED
Pin 6 - Cue/Answer LED
Pin 7 - Air LED
Pin 8 - + 5 volts
Pin 9 - + 5 volts
Pin 10 - Off Hook Relay (n.o.)
Pin 11 - Power Relay (n.o.)
Pin 12 - Power Relay (n.c.)
Pin 13 - Power Relay (common)
Pin 14 - Air Switch
Pin 15 - Answer Switch
Pin 16 - Volume Up Switch
Pin 17 - Console Off Switch
Pin 18 - Volume Down LED
Pin 19 - Hold LED
Pin 20 - Console Ready LED
Pin 21 - Ground
Pin 22 - Ground
Pin 23 - Conference Allow Switch
Pin 24 - Off Hook Relay (n.c.)
Pin 25 - Off Hook Relay (common)
Wire separate Mix Minus, Cue and
Cue Speaker Output and Volume
Hold Inputs and Record,
Air, Cue,
.
Active when caller is in cue answer
andwatts
Speaker,
Outputs
Two
direct speaker
output. for each hybrid
Record Output
Phone Line Connections
Jack 1 - Line 1 or line 1 and 2 in.
Jack 2 - Line 2 in.
Jack 3 - Producer’s phone line 1 or 2 line
Jack 4 - Producer’s phone for line 2.
Remote Control Connections
Pin 1 - Drop Switch
Pin 2 - Hold Switch
Pin 3 - Volume Down Switch
Cue Input
Pin 4 - Console On Switch
Cue Output
Wire separate remote control connections
Pin 5 - Volume Up LED
Active when caller is in cue/answer mode.
Pin 6 - Cue/Answer LED
for each hybrid
Minus Input
Provides caller onlyMixsend
to console cue input.
Pin 7 - Air LED
Pin 8 - + 5 volts
Pin 9 - + 5 volts
Main Air Output
Pin 10 - Off
Hook lines,
Relay (n.o.)
Wire two separate
phone
. air
Active when caller is on
Pin 11 - Power Relay (n.o.)
one for each Pin
hybrid
Provides caller only send to console input.
12 - Power Relay (n.c.)
All Dip switches
Pin 13 - Power Relay (common)
should be set to off (Up)
Pin 14 - Air Switch
Pin 15 - Answer Switch
Pin 16 - Volume Up Switch
Record Output
Pin 17 - Console Off Switch
Provides full-time mix of caller
Pin 18 - Volume Down LED
and host for recording.
Pin 19 - Hold LED
Pin 20 - Console Ready LED
Pin 21 - Ground
Pin 22 - Ground
Music-on-Hold
Input for each hybrid
separate remote control
connections
Pin 23 - Conference Allow Switch
Active when caller is on hold.
Pin 24 - Off Hook Relay (n.c.)
Connect to air signal.
Pin 25 - Off Hook Relay (common)
Provides full-time mix of caller
and host for recording.
Music-on-Hold Input
(Utilize in place of internal console cue circuit).
Active when caller is on hold.
Connect to air signal.
Active when caller is in answer/cue mode.
Connect console cue channel
send to caller (typically a full-time DJ mic feed)
Notes:
Switches are momentary/pull-to ground
LEDs are open collector drives
Active when caller is on air
Connect mix minus console send to caller
(mix minus output equals console
program out minus caller input audio)
Use in Conference Modes
Rear
Panel Controls
Wire
Rear Panel Controls
Cue Input
DIP Switch Programming
Active when caller is in answer/cue mode.
Connect console cue channel
send to
caller (typically a full-time DJ mic feed)
Phone Line Connections
Switch 1 - On for callers conferenced in air mode.
Switch 2 - On for callers conferenced in cue mode.
Switch 3 - On for caller outputs combined in air mode.
Switch 4 - On for caller outputs combined in cue mode.
Switch 5 - Not used.
Cue Speaker Output and Volume
.
Active when caller is in cue answer
Two watts direct speaker output.
(Utilize in place of internal console cue circuit).
Cue Output
Active when caller is in cue/answer mode.
Provides caller only send to console cue input.
Main Air Output
. air
Active when caller is on
Provides caller only send to console input.
Record Output
Provides full-time mix of caller
and host for recording.
Music-on-Hold Input
Notes:
Switches are momentary/pull-to ground
LEDs are open collector drives
Jack 1 - Line 1 or line 1 and 2 in.
Jack 2 - Line 2 in.
Jack 3 - Producer’s phone line 1 or 2 line .
Jack 4 - Producer’s phone for line 2.
DIP
ogramming
MixSwitch
Minus Pr
Input
Switch 1 - On for callers conferenced in air mode.
Remote Control Connections
Pin 1 - Drop Switch
Pin 2 - Hold Switch
Pin 3 - Volume Down Switch
Pin 4 - Console On Switch
Pin 5 - Volume Up LED
Pin 6 - Cue/Answer LED
Pin 7 - Air LED
Pin 8 - + 5 volts
Pin 9 - + 5 volts
Pin 10 - Off Hook Relay (n.o.)
Pin 11 - Power Relay (n.o.)
Pin 12 - Power Relay (n.c.)
Pin 13 - Power Relay (common)
Pin 14 - Air Switch
Pin 15 - Answer Switch
Pin 16 - Volume Up Switch
Pin 17 - Console Off Switch
Pin 18 - Volume Down LED
Pin 19 - Hold LED
Pin 20 - Console Ready LED
Pin 21 - Ground
Pin 22 - Ground
Pin 23 - Conference Allow Switch
Pin 24 - Off Hook Relay (n.c.)
Pin 25 - Off Hook Relay (common)
Active when caller is on air
Switch 2 - On for callers conferenced in cue mode.
Connect mix minus console send to caller
Switch 3 - On for caller outputs combined in air mode.
(mix minus
equals
console
Switch
4 - Onoutput
for caller
outputs
combined in cue mode.
program
Switch
5 -out
Notminus
used.caller input audio)
Cue Speaker Output and Volume
Wire two separate phone lines,
Phone Line Connections
oneJack
for each
1 - Linehybrid
1 or line 1 and 2 in.
Jack 2 - Line 2 in.
Jack 3 - Producer’s phone line 1 or 2 line .
Jack 4 - Producer’s phone for line 2.
.
Wire Cue Outputs
to two
Active when caller is in cue answer
Remote Control Connections
separate console
Two watts direct speaker output.
Pin inputs
1 - Dropor
Switch
(Utilize in place of internal console cue circuit).engage dip switch
Pin 2#4
- Hold
to Switch
Pin 3 - Volume Down Switch
combine cue outputs
from On Switch
Mix Minus Input
Pin 4 - Console
Cue Output
Pin
5
Volume
Up LED
the
cue
2
output
Active when caller is in cue/answer mode.
Pin 6 - Cue/Answer LED
Switch 1 - On (down) for callersProvides
conferenced
in air mode.
caller only send to console cue input.
Pin 7 - Air LED
Switch 2 - On (down) for callers conferenced in cue mode.
Pin 8 - + 5 volts
Switch 3 - On (down) for caller outputs combined in air mode
Pin 9 - + 5 volts
Main
Air
Output
separate
Pin 10
- Off Hook Relay (n.o.)
Switch 4 - On (down) for caller outputs combined in. cue mode. Wire Air Outputs to two
Active when caller is on air
Pin 11 -dip
Power Relay (n.o.)
console inputs or engage
Switch 5 - Not used.
Provides caller only send to console input.
Pin 12 - Power Relay (n.c.)
switch #3 to combine
air
outputs
Pin 13 - Power Relay (common)
Pin 14 - Air Switch
from the line 2 output
Note: Switch 3 is only active when switch 1 is on.
Pin 15 - Answer Switch
That is, it is only possible to combine caller Air outputs
Pin 16 - Volume Up Switch
Record
Output
when conferencing in air mode is enaged.
Note: When usingPin
a combined
or
17 - Console Air
Off Switch
Provides full-time mix of caller
18 - Volume
Down LED
Cue output (all dipPin
switches
on,)
and host for recording.
Pin 19 - Hold LED
Note: Switch 4 is only active when switch 2 is on.
these outputs must
toLED
Pinbe
20 connected
- Console Ready
That is, it is only possible to combine caller Cue outputs
Pinjacks.
21 - Ground
on the line 2 output
Pin 22 - Ground
Music-on-Hold
when conferencing in Cue mode
is enaged.Input
Pin 23 - Conference Allow Switch
Active when caller is on hold.
Pin 24 - Off Hook Relay (n.c.)
Connect to air signal.
Pin 25 - Off Hook Relay (common)
All inputs utilized must be wired in paralell to both
hybrids to provide signals to both callers.
Note: The mix minus would typically contain audio from
neither caller.
Active when caller is on hold.
Connect to air signal.
Cue Input
Active when caller is in answer/cue mode.
Connect console cue channel
send to caller (typically a full-time DJ mic feed)
Notes:
Switches are momentary/pull-to ground
LEDs are open collector drives
Active when caller is on air
Connect mix minus console send to caller
(mix minus output equals console
program out minus caller input audio)
Notes:
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Bill of Materials
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7533
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11307
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Component Description
UOM
BOX 1U RACKMOUNT
EA
FISH PAPER
EA
STANDOFF 440 X 1 7/16
NUT 4-40
EA
DA 4X4 CHASSIS
EA
MILLENIUM BUS SELECT KEYPAD
DI-2000 FRONT PANEL DUAL
EA
DI-2000 SWITCHBOARD ASSY
EA
PCB DI-2000 SWITCHBOARD
EA
RED LED HI BRIGHTNESS LITEON
REF: D1-D7
SOCKET 14 PIN DIP
EA
REF: J2
RES 220 OHM 1/4W 5%
Oty.
1
1
EA
2
1
EA
1
2
2
EA
1
2
2
EA
DI-2000 BOARD ASSY
EA
1
PCB DI-2000 BD
EA
CAP 100PF SILVER MICA
EA
REF: C101
CAP 100UF 25V RAD +/- 20%
EA
4
REF: C106;C116;C119;C139
CAP 4700UF 35V
EA
2
REF: C115;C137
CAP 1000UF 6.3V
EA
1
REF: C136
CAP .022UF MYLAR 100V FILM
EA
REF: C140;C142
CAP .01UF +/- 5% 50V FILM
EA
2
REF: C144;C145
CAP .1UF FILM
EA
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REF: C63;C68;C74-C80;C93-C95,C97-C100;
C105;C111;C113;C118;C125;C127;C128;
C132;C133;C138;C141;C142
CAP 100PF DISK +/- 10% 500V
EA30
REF: C21-C50
CAP 1UF +/- 20% 50V ELEC
EA
6
REF: C3;C5;C126;C129;C131;C134
CAP 300PF SILVER MICA
EA
REF: C64;C65
CAP .0033UF 50V FILM
EA
10
REF: C67;C69;C70;C72;C88;C92;C107;C109;
C112;C114
CAP .47UF 50V FILM
EA
12
REF: C71;C73;C86;C90;C103;C108;C110;
C117;C121;C123;C130;C135
CAP 10UF 35V ELEC
EA
10
REF: C81-C83;C96;C102;C104;C120;C122;
C124
CAP FILM .033UF 50V
EA
2
REF: C85;C89
CAP .0022UF 50V FILM
EA
12
REF: C9-C20
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DIODE 1N4005
REF: D1;D2;D5;D6;D13-D16;D18-D21
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190
1012
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200
10489
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1074
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2310
11183
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11185
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10328
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10964
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5727
2360
9085
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1016
2380
9299
2390
1161
2
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7133
2
410
11179
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420
2816
2
4303558
2
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5731
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EA
12
SIDACTOR P3100EB
EA
2
REF: D3;D4
DIODE 1N4148
EA
7
REF: D7-D12;D17
FUSE HOLDER
EA
1
REF: F1
CLIP FUSE
EA
8
REF: F2-F5
FUSE 1.25A SLO-BLO
EA
4
REF: F2-F5
CONNECTOR RJ-11C 4 PORT
EA
1
REF: J15
IEC POWER CONNECTOR
EA
REF: J16
HEADER 26 PIN DUAL ROW .1
EA
2
REF: J17;J18
SOCKET 14 PIN DIP
EA
2
REF: J19;J20
PHONO JACK
EA
14
REF: J1-J14
SAMTEC 8 PIN MRT HEADER
EA
1
REF: J21
SAMTEC 8 PIN FRT HEADER
EA
1
REF: J22
RELAY DPDT 5V TELECOM
EA
2
REF: K1;K2
RELAY DPDT 5V
EA
REF: K3;K4;K5;K6
FERRITE BEAD
EA
REF: L1
TRANSISTOR 2N7000
EA
2
REF: Q1;Q2
RES 12.1L 1/4W 1%
EA
4
REF: R103;R110;R132;R137
RES 15.0K 1/4W 1%
EA
2
REF: R113;R114
RES 8.2k 1/4W 5%
EA
2
REF: R116;R122
RES 2.2K 1/4W 5%
EA
2
REF: R117;R123
RES 2K 1/4W 1%
EA
2
REF: R118;R124
RES 4.75K 1/4W 1%
EA
2
REF: R119;R125
RES 0.0 OHM 1/4W
EA
5
REF: R120;R126;R171;R177;R178
RES 620K 1/4W 1%
EA
2
REF: R121;R127
RES 10K 1/4W 1%
EA
7
REF: R129;R134;R146;R148;R151;R173;R176
RES 5.11K 1/4W 1%
EA
24
REF: R12-R21;R28;R29;R36-R47
RES 47.5K 1/4W 1%
EA3
REF: R10;R11;R140
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10659
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10485
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510
4205
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1030
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9071
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11178
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1039
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11186
2
680
11188
2
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11180
2
700
4390
2
710
10014
RES NETWORK 10K COMMON
EA
REF: R141;R142
RES 240K 1/4W 5%
EA
2
REF: R145;R172
RES 1K 1/4W 1%
EA
2
REF: R147;R175
RES 3.32K 1/4W 1%
EA3
REF: R159;R179;R181
POT 10K PHIER
EA
REF: R1;R2
RES 30.1 OHM 1/4W 1%
EA
REF: R22-R27;R30-R35
RES 20K 1/4W 1%
EA
18
REF: R3;R9;R55-R57;R48-R50;R128;R130;R131;
R133;R135;R136;R138;R139;R180;R182;
RES 470 OHM 1/4W 5%
EA
REF: R4-R8;R152-R158;R160-R168;R174
RES 6.04K 1/4W 1%
EA
44
REF: R51;R58;R64-R70;R74-R80;R85-R88;R90;
R92-R95;R97-R102;R105;R106;R109;R112;R115;
R143;R144;R149;R150;R169;R170
RES 1.02 1/4W 1%
EA
12
REF: R42-R54;R59-R61;R71-R73;R81-R83
RES 360k 1/4W 5%
EA
2
REF: R62;R63
RES 51.1K 1/4W 1%
EA
2
REF: R84;R89
RES 31.6K 1/4W 1%
EA
4
REF: R91;R96;R104;R111
FUSE 0.3 AMP
EA
1
REF: F1
SOCKET 8 PIN DIP
EA
16
REF: U1-U14; U28;U29
SOCKET 16 PIN DIP
EA
11
REF: U23-U27;U15-U20
SOCKET 18 PIN DIP
EA
2
REF: U30;U31
SOCKET 40 PIN IC
EA
1
REF: U34
5 POSITION DIP SWITCH
EA
REF: SW1
SWITCH DPDT
EA
1
REF: SW2
TRANSFORMER
EA
REF: T1
IC 4053
EA
6
REF: U15-U20
IC LM4864
EA
2
REF: U1;U2
IC MH88435
EA
2
REF: U21;U22
IC 74HC595
EA
5
REF: U23-U27
IC LM358N
EA
2
REF: U28;U29
IC ULN2803A
EA
2
REF: U30;U31
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VR 7805
EA
1
REF: U32
2
730
1042
IC LM339
EA
1
REF: U33
2
740
11190
IC PROGRAMMED DI-2000
EA
1
REF: U34
2
750
10520
VR LM7905CT
EA
1
REF: U35
2
760
11317
IC CS6422
EA
2
REF: U36;U37
2
770
1010
IC 5532
EA
12
REF: U3-U14
2
780
11512
CRYSTAL 20.48 MHZ
EA
1
REF: Y1
1
100
11313
DI-2000 COVER
EA
1
1
110
1134
HEAT SINK AAVID 5750B
EA
1
1
120
11341
MANUAL DI-2000
EA
1
1
130
11452
SCREW 4-40 X 3/16 PH PHIL ITLW
EA
11
1
140
1154
NUT KNURL 6-32
EA
1
1
150
2919
SCREW 6-32 X 1/2 PH PHIL
EA3
1
160
7601
SIL-PAD T-220
EA
2
1
170
7602
SHOULDER WASHER FOR T-220
EA
2
1
180
7646
KEP NUT #6
EA3
1
190
9155
POWER CABLE 3-COND. TO IEC
EA
1
1
200
9387
14 VOND. RIBBON CABLE 8”
EA
2
1
210
11382
PLUG 1/4” TRS MALE
EA
8
1
220
8309
CONNECTOR 25 PIN MALE D-RING
EA
2
1
230
8310
HOOD FOR 25 PIN D-RING CONN.
EA
2
1
240
8161
HARDWARE KIT FOR D CONNECTOR
EA
2
1
250
13092
RIBBON CABLE 25 FE D->26 SKT.
EA
2
1
260
1070
WASHER LOCK 4-40
EA
2
1
270
4954
WASHER #4 FLAT
EA
2
1
280
11049
SCREW 6-32 X 1/4 BH BLACK
EA
4
1
2903516
SCREW 6-32 X 1/4 BLACK PANHEAD
EA
6
1300
7583
SCREW 4-40 X 3/16 FLAT PHILLIP
EA
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Warranty
Radio Systems, Inc., warrants this equipment to be free from defects in materials and workmanship
for a period of one (1) year after purchase.
This warranty extends to first users of the product and future owners who purchase the product
within the warranty period.
The terms of this warranty are null and void if this product is stored or operated in an environment
not conducive to electronic equipment, or shows signs of misuse or modifications that affect the
proper functioning of the product. This warranty does not apply to damage caused by fire, smoke,
flood, lightning, or acts of nature and physical abuse.
Radio Systems, Inc., and its associated companies, authorized distributors, and personnel are not
liable for loss of revenues or other damages, or effects to the broadcast signal quality or coverage
which may result from the from the improper functioning of this product.
Repair Policy
Technical assistance is available at any time, at no charge, by email, phone or correspondence.
During the warranty period, there will be no charge for parts or service made to units that show no
sign of misuse by customer or lightning caused damage. The customer is responsible for the cost
of shipping their unit back to Radio Systems for repair. During the warranty period, shipment of
small parts and assemblies will be made at no charge to the user. Emergency, next day shipments
of replacement parts and circuits will also be made at no charge at the user’s request. Chargeable
services will be made COD or on Net-30 day terms to users with established accounts.
During the warranty period, users must return defective parts upon request to receive no-charge
warranty services. Return shipping expenses are the responsibility of the user.
Return Instructions
Contact Radio Systems at +1-856-467-8000 for a return authorization number.
Pack all items carefully and ship prepaid, via UPS insured, to:
Radio Systems, Inc.
Attn: R.A. # __________
601 Heron Drive
Logan Twp., NJ 08085
Enclose a note that includes your name, company, phone number, the serial number, return address
(no box numbers), and a complete description of the problem.
For Assy:
Part# DI-1000/DI-2000
Rev Date: 10/09
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