Revolabs Fusion™ Wireless Microphone System Set-Up Guide Rev 1.1 Table of Contents Contents of Box 4 Details About the Fusion 5 Fusion Front Panel 5 Fusion Back Panel 6 Fusion Set-Up 7 Audio-Conferencing 8 Video-conferencing Configuration 8 Pairing Microphones to Fusion Base Station 9 Lifesize Installation 11 Polycom Installation 12 Sony Installation 13 Tandberg Installation 14 Programming Port DIP Switches 15 Multiple Fusion Systems 16 Muting Option 17 Phone Answering 18 Remote IR Sensor 19 Indicator Lights 20 Safety and Regulatory Information 22 Specifications 26 Warranty 27 Part Numbers Covered in This Document 8-Microphone System 01-8FUSION(EU)-NM (No microphones) 01-8FUSION(EU)-62 (6 omni tabletops/2 wearable) 4- Microphone System 01-4FUSION(EU)-NM (No microphones) 01-4FUSION(EU)-31 (3 omni tabletops/1 wearable) Page 2 Revolabs Fusion™ Great audio, wireless mobility, and simple to install! Simply plug the cable into the AV system or phone system and it works. No software configuration is necessary. Even the Fusion box is designed to be easy to use– vertically or horizontally. No equipment rack needed. Just set the Fusion system on the credenza. Video Conferencing Revolabs Fusion Wireless Microphone Solution is compatible with all of the major video-conferencing solutions, including Lifesize, Polycom, Sony, and Tandberg. It includes a remote control to control the sound volume at the far end. Decide on where you want to put the Fusion system, whether you want to place it vertically or horizontally, plug in the cables and you are ready to have great wireless audio in any conference room. Audio Conferencing Plug the Fusion Wireless Microphone Solution into an analog telephone jack and you are on your way to great wireless teleconference calls. There is a remote control dialer to dial the conference phone number. You may connect to powered speakers, connect to existing speaker system or connect to a new room speaker system to hear the call. Decide on where you want to put the Fusion system, whether you want it vertical or horizontal, plug in the cables and you are ready to have great wireless audio in any conference room. Flexible The Fusion System supports any combination of Solo Wireless Microphones- Wearable, Tabletop, or XLR adapter for s handheld microphone. Choose the right microphone for your meeting dynamics. Rechargeable Revolabs Wireless Microphones have a rechargeable battery that provides eight hours of talk time after each full charge. Revolabs Wireless Microphones recharge to 85% capacity in approximately 45 minutes. Secure All of Revolabs Wireless Microphones use 128-bit authentication, so that no one can listen in. Page 3 Set-Up Guide Contents of box: Fusion Base Station and four or eight wireless microphones (any type) AC power adapter for Base Station Charger Base and Optional AC wall adapter for Charger Base boxes: Four or eight wireless microphones, Remote IR Sensor, speakers Remote Control Fusion Base Station vertical stand Cable A Speakers Page 4 Cable B Phone Cable Cable C RCA Cable D XLR Revolabs Fusion™ Details about the Fusion Fusion Front Panel The Revolabs Fusion Base Station, shown below in front and rear panel views, manages wireless audio signal processing, and pairing between the Solo microphones and the Fusion Base Station. 1. 2. 3. 4. IR Remote receiver (if not in sight range of remote, page 18) LED indicators: Displays microphone mute and pairing states Pairing Push Buttons: For pairing microphones to Base Station (page 6) Power On LED/Volume indicator Page 5 Set-Up Guide Fusion Back Panel 1. 2. Power 6 RCA Plugs • AUX IN (for auxiliary input devices) • • • • • 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. AUX OUT RECORD OUT (for audio recording devices) ROOM OUT CONFERENCE IN CONFERENCE OUT Conference Out (Mics) XLR Network RJ 45 (Revolabs use only) Telephone Line-in RJ11 Telephone Set-in RJ11 Audio Control RJ45 (Revolabs use only) Programming Port: LEFT DIP Switches 1-8 (refer to page 14) Programming Port: RIGHT DIP Switches 1-8 (Revolabs Use Only) DB9 (Revolabs use only) IR Remote DB9 Page 6 Revolabs Fusion™ STEP 1: Fusion Set-Up Hardware Decide if want to place Fusion Base Station horizontally or vertically on a flat surface. To set-up vertically, place the Fusion Base Station vertical stand on the bottom of the Fusion unit. Tighten bolt into Fusion Base Station. Fusion Base Station Placement WARNING: Do not put Fusion Base Station behind metal doors. If you are putting the Fusion Base Station into a cabinet with non-metal doors, you need to use the Remote IR Sensor (part number 07-IRREMO-01) for remote to work. (Refer to page 18) Power Plug AC power adapter power cord into the back of the Fusion Base Station and into wall outlet. Plug AC wall adapter into the power outlet and the other end into the microphone Charger Base. Place wireless microphones in the Charger Base, let charge overnight or at least eight hours. Indicator lights on the Base Station Charger Base and microphones should be lit, verifying all units are operating. NOTE: Wait (approximately 30 seconds) until the Fusion Base Station has powered up and the status lights have stopped flashing, before continuing on with next steps, Page 7 Set-Up Guide STEP 2: Audio Conferencing Plug Cable A (single RCA to double RCA) single RCA connector into Fusion Base Station <Room Out> RCA port, and then plug the double RCA connectors into the powered speakers or a powered amplifier. Plug speakers into wall outlet. Plug one end of Cable B, the phone line cable, into the Fusion Base Station <Line In>, plug other end into phone jack. You may also plug a phone into the RJ11 <Set In>, You may then dial with the remote control or the phone. If you ordered 01-8FUSION(EU)-62 6 omni tabletops/2 wearable microphones or 01-4FUSION(EU)-31 3 omni tabletops/1 wearable microphone. You are all set to go! Take out the Wireless Microphones, unmute them by pressing the mute button on the microphone and the system is ready for a conference! If you selected your microphones separately with the 01-8FUSION(EU)-NM or 01-4FUSION(EU)-NM Fusion part numbers, you must first establish a connection between your microphones to the Fusion Base Station. This is called “pairing”. Refer to page 6. STEP 2: Video Conferencing You must have the audio output going from the Fusion Base station directly to the speakers used by the video-conferencing station. Plug Cable A (single RCA to double RCA) single RCA connector into Fusion Base Station <Room Out> RCA port and then plug the double RCA connectors into the speakers or videoconferencing station. Once you have configured your video-conferencing station as shown on pages 10-13, then: If you ordered 01-8FUSION-62 6 omni tabletops/2 wearable microphones or 01-4FUSION-31 3 omni tabletops/1 wearable microphone. You are all set to go! Take out the Wireless Microphones, unmute them by pressing the mute button on the microphone and the system is ready for a conference! If you selected your microphones separately with the 01-8FUSION-NM or 01-4FUSION-NM Fusion part numbers, you must first establish a connection Page 8 Revolabs Fusion™ STEP 3: Pairing Microphones to Fusion Base Station if Necessary If you selected your microphones separately with the 01-8FUSION(EU)-NM or 01-4FUSION(EU)-NM Fusion part numbers, you must first establish a connection between your microphones to the Fusion Base Station. This is called “pairing”. Pairing creates a link with a unique electronic serial number between the Solo wireless microphone and the Fusion Base Station. When the microphone and Base Station have been previously paired, the microphone will automatically try to connect to the Base Station whenever it is lifted from the Charger Base. Note: Microphones in new systems must be paired to the Base Station with each microphone assigned to a unique channel on the base unit. Remember, microphones are always muted (flashing RED LED light) when they are removed from the Charger Base and the MUTE button needs to be pressed to make it “live” (flashing GREEN LED). A microphone that is not paired will be indicated by either cycling RED-GREEN, or RED-YELLOW-GREEN LED patterns. A Base Station LED that is not paired to a microphone will not show any activity on the LED (make sure unit is first powered on by observing GREEN power LED on the front panel). When the microphone and Fusion Base Station are paired, both microphone and channel LEDs will flash RED as microphones are removed from the Charger Base and flash GREEN when un-muted. To pair the microphone to the Fusion Base Station: Turn the microphone OFF (no LED activity). If the microphone is ON, press and hold the MUTE button for 10 seconds until the LED turns solid RED (do not release when you hear two beeps). Release the button to turn the unit off. Page 9 Set-Up Guide Place the microphone unit into pairing mode by holding the MUTE button down for seven seconds. The LED will turn solid RED. Release the MUTE button. The microphone is now in pairing mode. Within one minute, push and hold the button for the desired channel on the Base Station (refer to page 8) for seven seconds to enter into pairing mode then release. The LED for that channel will be solid red until pairing starts, as indicated by a quick GREEN flash, then switching to flashing RED on both the microphone and the Base Station (muted audio). Pairing is now complete. The Fusion Base Station has four or eight indicator LED lights (one for each microphone) and pairing push buttons on the front panel. When the LED is flashing GREEN or RED, that channel is active and connected to a wireless microphone (GREEN is for live audio, RED is for muted). When the LED is OFF, the channel is inactive (the microphone is out of range or turned off). Page 10 Revolabs Fusion™ Lifesize® Installation (Lifesize Team shown for example) This information is meant to be illustrative only. Consult your Lifesize Videoconferencing System Administrator Manual for the specific instructions. Step 1 Step 2 Plug the red RCA connector on one end of Cable C into Lifesize video-station <Audio Out 1>, and then plug the red RCA connector on the other end into the Fusion Base Station <Conf In>. Plug the black RCA connector on one end of Cable C into Lifesize videostation <Audio In>, and then plug the black RCA connector on the other end into the Fusion Base Station <Conf Out>. To configure the Lifesize system: Select the button from the main screen to access the System menu. Select the Administrator Preferences settings. Enter the administrator password and press OK (if needed). Select the Audio settings. Confirm or modify the following settings: Voice Call Audio - Output Line Input - Enabled Line In to Line Out - Disabled Line In Acoustic Echo Canceller - Disabled Press OK to save changes. Page 11 Set-Up Guide Polycom® Installation (Polycom VSX7000 shown for example) This information is meant to be illustrative only. Consult your Polycom Videoconferencing System Administrator Manual for the specific instructions. Step 1 Step 2 1. 2. Plug the red RCA connector on one end of Cable C into Polycom videostation <Audio Out 1>, and then plug the red RCA connector on the other end into the Fusion Base Station <Conf In>. Plug the black RCA connector on one end of Cable C into Polycom videostation <Audio In>, and then plug the black RCA connector on the other end into the Fusion Base Station <Conf Out>. To configure the Polycom system: Select the button from the main screen to access the System menu. Select the System / Admin settings. Enter the administrator password and press OK (if needed). Select the Audio settings. Confirm or modify the following settings: Midrange Speaker - OFF Line Input – Audio Mixer Echo Canceller - OFF Line Output – Monitor Far Site Audio Press OK to save changes. Order cable 07-POLHDX-01 for connection to Polycom HDX video-conferencing systems. Page 12 Revolabs Fusion™ Sony® Installation (Sony G70 shown for example) This information is meant to be illustrative only. Consult your Sony Videoconferencing System Administrator Manual for the specific instructions. NOTE: Requires special adapter cable - XLR Female to 3.5 mm mini connector. Part number: 07-SONYVC-01 Step 1 1. 2. Step 2 Plug the red RCA connector on one end of Cable C into Sony videostation <Audio Out 1>, and then plug the red RCA connector on the other end into the Fusion Base Station <Conf In>. Plug one XLR connector of Cable D, XLR to XLR, into XLR Female to 3.5mm adapter cable and then to the Sony video-station <Mic 1 Input> and the other XLR connector into the Fusion Base Station Mic Level Output <Conf Out (Mics)>. To configure the Sony system: • Select the Audio settings drop down menu. • Confirm or modify the following settings: • Input Select - MIC • MIC Select – MIC • Echo Canceller - OFF • CTE – OFF • Press SAVE to save changes. Page 13 Set-Up Guide Tandberg™ Installation (Tandberg Edge 95 shown for example) This information is meant to be illustrative only. Consult your Tandberg Videoconferencing System Administrator Manual for the specific instructions. Step 1 Step 2 Plug the black RCA connector on one end of Cable C into Tandberg video-station <Audio Out 1>, and then plug the black RCA connector on the other end into the Fusion Base Station <Conf In>. The other RCA connector is not used. Plug one XLR connector of Cable D, XLR to XLR, into Tandberg video-station <Mic 1 Input> and the other XLR connector into the Fusion Base Station Mic Level Output <Conf Out (Mics)>. To configure the Tandberg system: Select the button from the main screen to access the System menu. Go to Audio settings Confirm or modify the following settings: • Input 1 - MIC • • • Output 1 - ON Audio Leveling - OFF Echo Canceller - OFF Adjust the audio Input Level if necessary. Speak into the Revolabs microphones that are connected to the audio line inputs. The audio meter should peak at about 5 dB. Page 14 Revolabs Fusion™ Programming Port: DIP Switches The Fusion Base Station factory default settings are all OFF. The left Programming Port (#8, page 9) is end-user configurable: Switches 1 and 2 are used for transmit power settings (default high power), 3 and 4 for frequency mode settings (default unrestricted mode), 5 for tabletop mute behavior setting (default no tabletop master mute) and switch 6 for Auto Answer (default off). Programming Port (#9, page 9) on the right is reserved for Revolabs Use Only. NOTE: The Fusion system must be powered off and back on for any DIP Switch changes to take effect. OFF ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Transmit Power Medium Transmit Power Low Frequency A Mode Frequency B Mode Tabletop Master Mute Auto Answer IR Remote Page 15 Set-Up Guide Multiple Fusion Systems There are two settings that must be adjusted when more than one Fusion system is used within a 100’ (30.5 m) range: frequency and transmit power level. These settings will enable several Fusion systems to be used near each other, but not interfere with each other. Interference between systems can cause occasional audio noise and signal dropouts on affected systems. Building conditions may influence this distance. NOTE: Even using the settings below, the 8-Microphone Fusion System requires 40 feet (12.2 m) between systems. Setting the Transmit Power Level for Multiple Fusion Systems In confined settings where multiple Fusion systems are used, or where audio interference is likely, it may be necessary to reduce the transmit power levels. The transmit power level between the microphones and Fusion Base Station can be set to the following three levels: • Highest power level (default) – 100 feet (30.5 m) maximum operating distance between Microphone and Fusion Base Station DIP Switches #1 and #2 are OFF (page 14). • Medium power level – 30 feet (9 m) maximum operating distance between Microphone and Fusion Base Station . DIP Switch #1 is ON and DIP Switch #2 is OFF (page 14). • Lowest power level – 8 feet (2.4 m) maximum operating distance between Microphone and Fusion Base Station . DIP Switch #2 is ON and DIP Switch #1 is OFF (page 14). Frequency Settings Frequency should be alternated to different frequency ranges, A and B. So an example of five conference rooms in a row would be configured: Conference Room 1 2 3 4 5 Frequency A B A B A To configure the Fusion to frequency mode A, Dip Switch #3 is ON and DIP Switch #4 is OFF. Frequency mode B - Dip Switch #4 is ON and DIP Switch #3 is OFF. (page 14). NOTE: The Fusion system must be powered off and back on for any DIP Switch to take effect. Pagechanges 16 Revolabs Fusion™ Muting Option Setting the Mute Option Individual Muting (default) In the default setting, each Solo microphone will mute only itself when its mute button on the microphone is pressed. To mute all of the microphones, press the red MUTE button on the Remote Control; all microphones will flash red and no individual microphone can be unmuted until the remote MUTE button is pressed again. All microphones will return to their prior state. DIP switch #5 is OFF (page 14). Tabletop Microphone Master Mute In addition to the Remote Control MUTE button muting all of the microphones, the Solo Tabletop microphone MUTE button will also act as a master mute and mute all active microphones. Pressing any Tabletop microphone MUTE button or the Remote Control MUTE button will unmute all tabletop microphones. All wearable and handheld adapter microphones in use will return to their prior state. DIP switch #5 is ON (page 14). NOTE: The Fusion system must be powered off and back on for any DIP Switch changes to take effect. Page 17 Set-Up Guide Phone Answering Setting Phone Answering Mode Answer with Remote Control (default) To answer a phone call and begin a teleconference, the user must use the Remote Control and press the “Call” key. DIP switch #6 is OFF (page 14). Auto Answer To answer a phone call and begin a teleconference, the user may use the Remote Control and press the “Call” key or the Fusion Base Station will automatically answer the call after two rings. DIP switch #6 is ON (page 14). NOTE: The Fusion system must be powered off and back on for any DIP Switch changes to take effect. Page 18 Revolabs Fusion™ Remote IR Sensor Front Panel IR Sensor (default) If the Fusion Base Station is within view of the Remote Control, the front panel IR Sensor will accept all Remote Control functions. DIP switch #7 is OFF (page 14). Remote IR Sensor If the Fusion Base Station is in a cabinet and behind a door (non-metal), the front panel IR Sensor cannot work. The Remote IR Sensor cable (part number: 07-IRREMO-01) must be used to position the Fusion IR Sensor outside of the cabinet. Plug the serial plug end into the IR Remote connector on the back panel of the Fusion Base Station (page 9), bring IR Sensor end out of cabinet, and secure with Velcro. then set DIP switch #7 to ON (page 14). NOTE: The Fusion system must be powered off and back on for any DIP Switch changes to take effect. Page 19 Set-Up Guide Indicator Light Equipment Use Microphone LED Base Station LEDs Microphone in Charger Base Solid RED OFF Solid GREEN OFF OFF OFF Microp One RED flash every 1.5 seconds RED Flashing Microp con Two RED flashes every 1.5 seconds RED Flashing Mic GREEN flash every 1.5 seconds GREEN Flashing Mi Solid RED Solid RED Pair Alternating slow GREEN and RED OFF or Alternating slow GREEN and RED Micro YELLOW flash alternating with GREEN GREEN Flashing YELLOW flash alternating with two RED flashes RED Flashing Alternating RED, YELLOW, GREEN, YELLOW OFF Searc radio ra re-e m Rapid RED flashes continuing for more than a few seconds OFF Radio c make a are alre there Groups of five rapid RED flashes OFF Unit is Microphone not in Charger Base Page 20 Revolabs Fusion™ Page 21 Set-Up Guide Safety and Regulatory Information Please read the following information to ensure safe use of your Revolabs system. FCC User Information FCC Registration Number: 0014898290 FCC ID: T5V-01-FUSION Revolabs Fusion™ Base Station 8 microphones FCC ID: T5V-01-FUSION4 Revolabs Fusion™ Base Station 4 microphones FCC ID: T5V-01-EXEMIC Revolabs Solo™ Executive Microphone FCC NOTICE TO USERS Users are not permitted to make changes or modify the equipment in any way. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Revolabs, Inc. could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. To meet FCC and Industry Canada RF radiation exposure limits for general population (uncontrolled exposure), a minimum of 7.9 inches (20 cm) separation distance must be maintained between the Fusion Base Station and users' and/or nearby persons' bodies at all times. Additionally, the Fusion Base Station must not be co-located with any other antenna or transmitter. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. This product has been found to comply with the Rules of 47 CFR Part 68 of the Federal Communications Commission and Technical Requirements For Connection of Terminal Equipment to the Telephone Network TIA-968-A-1, A2 and A-3. Certificate Number: US:6RMBR00BNEXIATC Date: April 14, 2006 IMPORTANT NOTE: FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (FCC) RADIATION EXPOSURE STATEMENT This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits for an uncontrolled environment. Page 22 Revolabs Fusion™ NOTE: 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. Page 23 Set-Up Guide INDUSTRY CANADA NOTICE TO USERS Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause interference and (2) This device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device. IC: 6455A-01FUSION Revolabs Fusion™ Base Station 8 microphones IC; 6455A-01FUSION4 Revolabs Fusion™ Base Station 4 microphones IC: 6455A-01EXEMIC Revolabs Solo™ Executive Microphone RESTRICTED USE WITH CERTAIN MEDICAL DEVICES Hearing Aids Some devices may interfere with some hearing aids. In the event of such interference, you may want to consult with your hearing aid manufacturer to discuss alternatives. Other Medical Devices If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of your device to determine if it is adequately shielded from RF energy. Your physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this information. EXPORT LAW ASSURANCES This product is controlled under the export regulations of the United States of America and Canada. The Governments of the United States of America and Canada may restrict the exportation or re-exportation of this product to certain destinations. For further information contact the U.S. Department of Commerce or the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade. The use of wireless devices and their accessories may be prohibited or restricted in certain areas. Always obey the laws and regulations on the use of these products. 01-FUSION-8CH-NA & 01-FUSION-4CH-NA North America UPCS Usage Restriction Due to the UPCS frequencies used, this product is licensed for operation only in the United States of America and Canada. 01-FUSION-8CH-EU & 01-FUSION-4CH-EU European Union Usage Restriction Due to the DECT frequencies used, this product is licensed for operation only in the European Union countries. Page 24 Revolabs Fusion™ EUROPEAN COMPLIANCE This equipment has been approved in accordance with Council Directive 1999/5/EC “Radio Equipment and telecommunications Equipment. Conformity of the Equipment with the guidelines below is attested by the CE mark. Model Numbers: 01-8FUSIONEU-NM Revolabs Fusion Base Station, European 01-4FUSIONEU-NM Revolabs Fusion Base Station, European 01-8FUSIONEU-62 Revolabs Fusion System with 6 tabletop omni’s & 2 wearable mics, European 01-4FUSIONEU-31 Revolabs Fusion Base System with 3 tabletop omni’s & 1 wearable mics, European 03-EXEMICEU-BLK-11 Revolabs Solo™ Executive Microphone 03-EXECHGEU-STD-11 Revolabs Solo™ Executive Charger 05-TBLMICEU-OM-BLK-11 Revolabs Solo™ Executive Table Microphone Omni 05-TBLMICEU-DR-BLK-11 Revolabs Solo™ Executive Table Microphone Cardioid 06-XLRMICEU-OM-BLK-11 Revolabs Solo™ Executive XLR Microphone Adapter STANDARDS TO WHICH CONFORMITY IS DECLARED: RF ETSI EN 301 406 V 1.4.1 03/2001 EMC ETSI EN 301 489-6 v1.2.1 (2002-04) WEEE NOTIFICATION: The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) directive (2002/96/EC) is intended to promote recycling of electrical and electronic equipment and their components at end of life. 2003/11/EC & 2002/95/EC “ROHS COMPLIANCE DIRECTIVE”: The products referenced herein are in compliance with the EU directive 2003/11/EC and EU directive 2002/95/EC. SAFETY COMPLIANCE TUV SUD AMERICA Page 25 Set-Up Guide Specifications Dimensions, (L, W, H) and Weight: Fusion Base Station 16.45 x 8.46 x 1.7”, 8.7 lbs 41.8 x 21.5 x 8.7 cm, 3.95 kg Charger Base 8.3 x 4.3 x 1.0”, 1.0 lb 21.2 x 10.9 x 2.56 cm, 0.45 kg Wireless Microphones Wearable: 0.9 x 0.8 x 2.6”, 0.05 lb 2.3 x 2.0 x 6.6 cm, 0.02 kg TableTop: 1.5 x 0.8 x 3.3”, 0.05 lb 3.8 x 2.0 x 8.4 cm, 0.02 kg XLR Adapter: 0.9 x 0.8 x 4.0, 0.05 lb 2.3 x 2.9 x 102 cm, 0.02 kg Radio Frequency: 01-8FUSION-XX 1.92 to 1.93 GHz (UPCS North America) 01-4FUSION-XX 1.92 to 1.93 GHz (UPCS North America) 01-8FUSIONEU-XX 1.88 to 1.90 GHz (DECT EU) 01-4FUSIONEU-XX 1.88 to 1.90 GHz (DECT EU) Connectors: Fusion Base Station Charger Base IR Remote Serial DB9 CD Programming Serial DB9 - for Revolabs use only Audio Control RJ45 – for Revolabs use only Telephone Line-In RJ11 Telephone Set-In RJ11 Network RJ45 – for Revolabs use only Confercene Out (Mics) XLR male Aux In RCA Plug Aux Out RCA Plug Record Out RCA Plug Room Out RCA Plug Conference In RCA Plug Conference Out RCA Plug DC power input port, Proprietary 4 pin microphone charge jacks Power Requirements: Fusion Base Station 100-240V AC, 50-60 Hz, 65W (power cable varies by country) Charger Base 5V DC, 2 Amps (switching power supply varies by country) Range: 100’ (30 meters) approx. (no obstructions) Maximum Microphones: 01-8FUSION(EU)-XX, 8 channels maximum 01-4FUSION(EU)-XX, 4 channels maximum Battery: Lithium Polymer, 8 hours approx. talk time Charge Time: 2 hours approx. Audio Bandwidth 100-7000 Hz Security: 128-bit DSAA (DECT Standard Authentication Algorithm) authentication Page 26 Revolabs Fusion™ Warranty Revolabs, Inc. warrants this product to be free of manufacturing defects. Repair or replacement of any defective part or unit (at the discretion of the Seller) will be free of charge for the period of one year. Any attempt by the user to alter the equipment, or equipment damaged by negligence, accident, or Acts of God voids this warranty. The Seller shall not be liable for any consequential damage resulting from the malfunction of this product. Should the user experience unsatisfactory performance from this equipment, contact the Seller to obtain instructions for return, or replacement, as deemed necessary. This warranty is not transferable by the original end user. Revolabs, Inc. 63 Great Road Maynard, MA 01754 www.revolabs.com 800.326.1200 [email protected] Page 27 Microphones must be fully charged and paired to the Fusion Base Station prior to first use. © 2008 REVOLABS, INC. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form or by any means without express written permission from Revolabs, Inc. Product specifications are subject to change without notice.
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