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TOA SX-2000SM User manual
SETTING SOFTWARE INSTRUCTIONS
MATRIX SYSTEM
SX-2000 SERIES
Thank you for purchasing TOA's Matrix System.
Please carefully follow the instructions in this manual to ensure long, trouble-free use of your equipment.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. SX-2000 SETTING SOFTWARE OUTLINE ........................................................... 5
2. EXPLANATIONS OF TERMS & FUNCTIONS
2.1. Pattern ........................................................................................................................... 5
2.2. Event ............................................................................................................................. 5
2.3. General-Purpose Broadcasts ........................................................................................ 5
2.4. BGM Broadcasts ........................................................................................................... 8
2.5. Emergency Broadcast ................................................................................................... 9
2.6. Surveillance Function .................................................................................................. 13
3. NOTES ON PERFORMING SETTINGS
3.1. System Requirements ................................................................................................. 16
3.2. Notes
3.2.1. Compact flash cards ......................................................................................... 16
3.2.2. Displays ............................................................................................................. 16
3.2.3. Window screens ................................................................................................ 16
3.3. Setting Procedures
3.3.1. Offline operation ................................................................................................ 17
3.3.2. Online operation ................................................................................................ 17
4. SOFTWARE SETUP
4.1. Setting Software Installation ........................................................................................ 18
4.2. Uninstallation ............................................................................................................... 20
4.3. Update ......................................................................................................................... 21
5. RUNNING THE SX-2000 SETTING SOFTWARE
5.1. Running The SX-2000 Setting Software ..................................................................... 22
5.2. Login In Superuser Mode
5.2.1. How to login ...................................................................................................... 23
5.2.2. Password change .............................................................................................. 24
5.3. Login In User Mode ..................................................................................................... 25
6. SETTING ITEMS AND PROCEDURES ................................................................ 26
6.1. Menu Configuration ..................................................................................................... 27
6.2. Menu Bar ..................................................................................................................... 28
7. BASIC SETTINGS ....................................................................................................... 29
7.1. Detecting the SX-2000SM's Network Settings
7.1.1. When a single SX-2000SM is connected to the switching hub ......................... 31
7.1.2. When the PC is set for multiple networks ......................................................... 33
7.1.3. When multiple SX-2000SMs are connected to a switching hub ........................ 35
7.1.4. When no SX-2000SM's network settings are detected ..................................... 37
7.2. Changing the SX-2000SM's Network Settings ............................................................ 38
7.3. Resetting the System .................................................................................................. 40
7.4. SX-2000SM Time Settings .......................................................................................... 42
8. SYSTEM SETTINGS ................................................................................................... 44
8.1. SX-2000SM ................................................................................................................. 45
8.1.1. Registering sound sources ................................................................................ 46
8.1.2. Listening the sound sources ............................................................................. 47
8.1.3. Deleting the sound sources ............................................................................... 48
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8.1.4. Renaming the sound sources ........................................................................... 48
8.1.5. Setting the sound source types ......................................................................... 48
8.1.6. Playback method settings ................................................................................. 49
8.1.7. Mixing broadcast settings .................................................................................. 49
8.2. SX-2000AI and SX-2100AI
8.2.1. Audio input settings ........................................................................................... 50
8.2.2. Audio input detail settings ................................................................................. 51
8.3. RM-200SF ................................................................................................................... 55
8.4. RM-200S, RM-200SA .................................................................................................. 58
8.5. SX-2000AO and SX-2100AO
8.5.1. Audio output settings ......................................................................................... 61
8.5.2. Audio output detail settings ............................................................................... 62
8.6. SX-2000CI ................................................................................................................... 65
8.7. SX-2000CO ................................................................................................................. 67
9. SURVEILLANCE SETTINGS ................................................................................... 69
10. PRIORITY SETTINGS ................................................................................................ 71
11. PATTERN SETTINGS ................................................................................................. 74
11.1. Output Zone Pattern Settings .................................................................................... 77
11.2. BGM Pattern Settings ................................................................................................ 78
11.3. General Broadcast Pattern Settings .......................................................................... 79
11.4. Control Output Pattern Settings ................................................................................ 81
11.5. Emergency Sequence Settings ................................................................................. 82
11.6. Emergency Broadcast Pattern Settings .................................................................... 83
11.7. Failure Output Pattern Settings ................................................................................. 85
12. EVENT SETTINGS ...................................................................................................... 87
12.1. Assignable Functions and Explanations .................................................................... 88
12.2. Function Description
12.2.1. General-purpose pattern broadcasts, General-purpose pattern broadcasts (Level) .. 90
12.2.2. General-purpose pattern broadcasts (Pulse) ................................................ 91
12.2.3. BGM pattern change/end .............................................................................. 92
12.2.4. Control signal for adjusting volume ............................................................... 93
12.2.5. Time adjustment ............................................................................................ 93
12.2.6. Emergency broadcast ................................................................................... 94
12.2.7. External failure input ...................................................................................... 97
12.2.8. RM broadcast status ..................................................................................... 98
12.2.9. General EV broadcasts ................................................................................. 99
12.3. System Event Settings ............................................................................................ 100
12.4. SM Event Settings ................................................................................................... 101
12.5. AI Event Settings ..................................................................................................... 105
12.6. AO Event Settings ................................................................................................... 109
12.7. RM Event Settings ................................................................................................... 112
12.7.1. RM-200SF ................................................................................................... 113
12.7.2. RM-200S, RM-200SA .................................................................................. 117
12.8. CI Event Settings ..................................................................................................... 119
13. UTILITY ......................................................................................................................... 120
13.1. Log File Display ....................................................................................................... 121
13.1.1. Reading the log file ...................................................................................... 122
13.1.2. Saving the log file ........................................................................................ 124
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13.2. Online Log Confirmation .......................................................................................... 125
13.2.1. Saving log files acquired online ................................................................... 127
13.3. System Status Display Confirmation ....................................................................... 128
13.3.1. System status display screen ...................................................................... 130
13.3.2. SM unit screen ............................................................................................ 133
13.3.3. AI unit screen .............................................................................................. 136
13.3.4. AO unit screen ............................................................................................. 141
13.4. Audio Input and Output Status Confirmation ........................................................... 147
13.4.1. Audio input/output status display screen ..................................................... 149
13.5. Control Input and Output Status Confirmation ........................................................ 151
13.5.1.Control input/output status display screen ................................................... 153
14. COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN THE SX-2000SM AND A PC .................. 154
14.1. Establishing Communications Between the SX-2000SM and a PC ........................ 155
14.2. Reading CF Card Setting Data Online .................................................................... 157
14.3. Writing Setting Data to the CF Card Online ............................................................ 159
14.4. Acquiring System Configuration Data Online .......................................................... 161
14.5. Acquiring All Log Files Stored on the CF Card ........................................................ 163
14.6. When Communications Connection Errors Occur ................................................... 165
14.7. Cutting Off Communications Between the SX-2000SM and a PC .......................... 166
15. SAVING THE SETTINGS FILE .............................................................................. 167
16. READING THE SETTINGS FILE .......................................................................... 169
17. PRINTING SETTINGS DATA ................................................................................. 173
18. PRINTING LABELS FOR REMOTE MICROPHONES .................................. 175
19. TERMINATING SETTING SOFTWARE .............................................................. 179
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1. SX-2000 SETTING SOFTWARE OUTLINE
The SX-2000 Setting Software allows the settings data needed for operation of SX-2000 Series Matrix
Systems to be created using a personal computer.
These settings are saved in the form of a file with the extension ".smd."
This file can be saved to a CompactFlash (CF) card that may be read by inserting it into the SX-2000SM
System Manager.
In addition, setting data can be sent and received online, or system operation status or histories confirmed
through establishment of communications between the SX-2000SM System Manager and the PC.
2. EXPLANATIONS OF TERMS & FUNCTIONS
2.1. Pattern
A "pattern" is a grouped unit made by combining setting statuses of several setting items.
For example, various broadcast patterns are made by combining the selected input sound sources and
broadcast zones into groups, and control output patterns are made by grouping the selected control outputs.
Set various patterns can be used as the setting contents when creating other types of patterns or when
allocating the functions in the Event settings.
2.2. Event
An "event" refers to the set operation to be performed by feeding signals to the control input terminals or
pressing the function key.
Allocatable functions differ depending on the terminals or keys to be used.
2.3. General-Purpose Broadcasts
General-purpose broadcasts include announcements made by Remote Microphones, time-controlled chimes,
and spot commercials. To make general-purpose broadcasts, set general-purpose broadcast patterns
(comprised of various combinations of input channels, priority levels, broadcast zones, etc.), then activate
these patterns by the following means.
• Control inputs of the SX-2000SM, SX-2100AI, SX-2000AO, SX-2100AO, or SX-2000CI
• Function keys or channel keys on the SX-2000AI, SX-2100AI, SX-2000AO, or SX-2100AO
• Keys on the RM-200SF, RM-200S, RM-200SA, or RM-210
The broadcasts activated by control inputs are made only while the control signal is ON after audio and control
signals from input devices (such as microphones and audio file players) enter the SX-2000 system.
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To make general-purpose pattern broadcasts, follow the procedures below to perform each setting using the
SX-2000 Setting Software.
Set the output zones to which general-purpose pattern broadcast is made.
When using the output zone pattern, set this in the
"Output zone pattern settings."
When setting the individual output zones, perform this setting in the "General broadcast pattern
settings."
Set the general-purpose broadcast patterns.
Perform this in the "General broadcast pattern
settings."
Set the control output to be interlocked with the control input or key operation. *
Perform this in the "Control output pattern settings."
* Perform this setting as needed.
Assign both the general-purpose broadcast pattern and control output pattern to
the control input or key of the device, or the key on the remote microphone.
Perform this in the "Event settings."
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[General-purpose broadcast Pattern Setting Example]
In the example below, the table shows a pattern comprised of several general-purpose broadcast sound
sources and broadcast zones.
An output zone pattern is the one into which multiple broadcast zones are grouped, so broadcast can be
made to multiple zones simultaneously by activating only one pattern.
• Output zone pattern setting
Zones
SX-2000AO's output channels
1
Output zone pattern (No.)
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
The input channels of the SX-2100AI (Audio Input Unit) are designated as sound sources for general-purpose
broadcasts or BGM, while the output channels (individual) or output zone patterns of the SX-2000AO (Audio
Output Unit) are designated as zones.
• General-purpose broadcast pattern setting
Zones
Output Zone Pattern
1
Input Sources
SX-2100AI’s Input Channels (CH)
2
3
4
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
Broadcasts are made as follows when the above general-purpose broadcast pattern is used.
Output channel
1 2 3 4 5 6
SX-2100AI's CH1 sound source
Output zone pattern
1
SX-2100AI's CH2 sound source
2
SX-2100AI's CH3 sound source
3
SX-2100AI's CH4 sound source
4
Zone 1
shows the connection status between input (sound source) and
output channel (zone).
When multiple output zone patterns are activated simultaneously,
the broadcast is made based on the output zone pattern to which
the sound source with higher priority level is assigned.
Zone 2
Zone 3
Zone 4
Zone 5
Zone 6
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2.4. BGM Broadcasts
These broadcasts are generated by inputting audio signals originating only from BGM player devices into the
SX-2000 system, and are usually sent at relatively low volumes. BGM broadcasting is conducted by first
setting BGM patterns (comprised of various combinations of input channels, broadcast zones, etc.), then
activating these patterns. It is possible to perform settings so that multiple BGM sources are output to multiple
zones using a single BGM pattern. BGM patterns can be activated using the function keys on the front panel
of the SX-2000AI, SX-2100AI, SX-2000AO, or SX-2100AO, the keys on the RM-200SF, RM-200S, RM200SA, or RM-210, or the control input (pulse input) on the SX-2000SM, SX-2100AI, SX-2000AO, SX2100AO, or SX-2000CI.
To make BGM pattern broadcast, perform each setting using the SX-2000 Setting Software. The setting
procedures are the same as those of general-purpose pattern broadcast. However, there is no need to
perform output zone patterns.
[BGM Pattern Setting Example]
In the example below, the table shows a pattern comprised of several BGM sound sources and broadcast
zones. The input channels of the SX-2100AI (Audio Input Unit) are designated as BGM input sources, while
the output channels of the SX-2000AO (Audio Output Unit) are designated as the zones.
Zones
SX-2000AO’s Output Channels
1
Input Sources
SX-2100AI’s Input Channels (CH)
2
3
4
5
6
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
Broadcasts are made as follows if the pattern shown in the table is used:
SX-2100AI’s CH1 sound source
Zone 1
SX-2100AI’s CH2 sound source
Zone 2
Zone 5
SX-2100AI’s CH3 sound source
Zone 3
SX-2100AI’s CH4 sound source
Zone 4
Zone 6
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2.5. Emergency Broadcast
Emergency broadcast is conducted by first setting the combinations of the Emergency Sequences, Output
zones (individual or pattern), and Control Output patterns as Emergency Broadcast Patterns, then activating
these patterns by pressing the key on the remote microphone or via the control input of the system equipment.
A maximum of 128 patterns can be set for the Emergency Broadcast Patterns.
A combination of the EV message (sound source) and its broadcast duration is set as a single phase for the
Emergency Sequences, each of which can contain up to 3 levels of phases. A maximum of 4 Emergency
Sequences can be set.
Phase 1
Emergency
Sequence
EV message +
broadcast duration
Phase 2
EV message +
broadcast duration
Phase 3
EV message +
broadcast duration
Note
An EV message is a short form of Electronic Voice Message. These messages are
recorded as audio files.
The separately created EV messages are registered using the Setting Software, and
each message is set to one of 3 types: Alert, Evacuation, and Reset depending on the
contents.
The Alert and Evacuation messages are used in emergency situation, while the Reset
message is used to notify that the emergency situation is over.
Sixteen kinds of EV messages can be recorded on the SX-2000SM's CF card.
Output zone pattern is the one into which multiple
broadcast zones are grouped, so broadcast can be
made to multiple zones simultaneously by activating only
one pattern.
Similarly, control output pattern is the one into which
multiple control outputs are grouped. This control output
pattern can be used, for example, to activate multiple
control outputs in synchronization with the emergency
broadcast.
Output zone pattern
Control output pattern
Multiple zones
Multiple control outputs
To use the emergency broadcasting function, follow the procedures below to perform each setting using the
SX-2000 Setting Software.
Set the emergency broadcasting function to "Used."
Perform this in the "Basic settings."
Register the EV messages.
Perform this in the "System settings (System manager)."
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Set the output zones to make emergency broadcast.
Perform this in the "Output zone pattern settings."
Set the control output to be activated at the time of emergency broadcast*.
Perform this in the "Control output pattern settings."
* Perform this setting as needed.
Set the Emergency Sequences.
Perform this in the "Emergency sequence
settings."
Set the Emergency Broadcast Patterns.
Perform this in the "Emergency broadcast pattern settings."
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Assign each function to be used at the time of emergency broadcast to the
control inputs of the devices or the key on the remote microphone.
Perform this in the "Event settings."
[Emergency broadcast pattern configuration]
Emergency
broadcast
pattern
Phase 3
Phase 1
Phase 2
EV message +
broadcast duration
EV message +
broadcast duration
EV message +
broadcast duration
Output zone
Individual or
pattern (multiple zones)
Individual or
pattern (multiple zones)
Individual or
pattern (multiple zones)
Control output
pattern
Multiple control outputs
Multiple control outputs
Multiple control outputs
Phase 1
Phase 2
Phase 3
EV message 1, 5-minute broadcast
EV message 2, Continuous broadcast
Emergency
sequence
[Emergency broadcast setting example]
• Emergency sequence settings
Emergency
sequence 1
Note: Phase 3 is not set in this example.
• EV message settings
Message name
Audio file
Type
EV message 1
sign001.wav
Alert
EV message 2
sign002.wav
Evacuation
• Output zone pattern setting
Zones
SX-2100AO's output channels
1
Output zone pattern (No.)
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
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• Control output pattern settings
Control output pattern (No.)
1
SX-2000SM's control outputs 1 and 2
2
SX-2100AI's control outputs 1 and 2
• Emergency broadcast pattern settings
Emergency sequence 1
Emergency
sequence
Phase 1
Phase 2
EV message 1,
5-minute broadcast
EV message 2,
Continuous broadcast
Output zone
Output zone pattern 1
Output zone pattern 2
Control output
pattern
Control output pattern 1
Control output pattern 2
Emergency broadcast
pattern 1
Phase 3
[Operation example]
The example here assumes that a fire breaks out in Zone 1.
(1) When the fire alarm sensor installed in Zone 1 works, the
automatic fire alarm system transmits a control signal to
the SX-2000 system's control input.
Then, the Emergency Broadcast Pattern 1 is activated,
allowing the alert message to be broadcast to Zone 1.
In this event, SX-2000SM's Control outputs 1 and 2 turn
ON.
(Phase 1)
Zone 1
Alert message is
being broadcast.
Zone 2
Zone 3
Zone 4
Zone 5
Zone 6
(2) After 5 minutes, Phase 1 is shifted to Phase 2 and the
"Evacuation" EV message is broadcast to all zones.
In this event, SX-2000SM's Control outputs 1 and 2 turn
OFF, while SX-2100AI's Control outputs 1 and 2 turn
ON.
Zone 1
Evacuation message
is being broadcast.
Zone 2
Evacuation message
is being broadcast.
Zone 3
Evacuation message
is being broadcast.
Zone 4
Evacuation message
is being broadcast.
Evacuation message
is being broadcast.
Zone 5
Zone 6
Evacuation message
is being broadcast.
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2.6. Surveillance Function
Surveillance function continuously monitors such status at the major points from input to output of the system
as each unit operation, cable connections or communications between the units, and power supply.
If a unit fails or cable breaks, this is notified to the system operator by some means. Failure status of the
external equipment can also be accepted and notified.
When a failure has occurred, perform a set of operations: failure reception first to acknowledge failure state
and finally failure reset to restore the system to normal using the keys on the SX-2000SM or remote
microphone, or control input terminals of the system equipment.
Set the Surveillance intervals, intended surveillance points, and actions at the time of failure occurrence using
the SX-2000 Setting Software.
To use the Surveillance function, follow the procedures below to perform each setting.
Set the Surveillance function to "Used."
Perform this in the "Basic settings."
Set the surveillance points of each device.
Perform this in the "Surveillance individual settings."
Set the control outputs to be activated at the time of failure detection. *
Perform this in the "Control output pattern settings."
* Perform this setting as needed.
Assign the "External failure input" function to the control input*.
Perform this in the "Event settings."
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* Perform these settings as needed.
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From the previous page
Select the surveillance target devices or the surveillance points in the SX-2000
system.
Perform this in the "Failure output pattern settings."
Assign the Failure acknowledgement and Failure Status Reset functions to the
control inputs of the device or the keys on the remote microphone.
Perform this in the "Event settings."
[Failure output pattern configuration]
Failure output
pattern
Surveillance target
Each device, each surveillance point (Set the surveillance points
of each device in the SX-2000 system in the Surveillance settings
individually.)
External failure input
Control input terminal
(Control input set to "External failure input" in the Event settings.)
Failure state output
Control output pattern
(Multiple control outputs)
[Example of assigning the Surveillance function to the remote microphone]
• Surveillance individual settings
Surveillance point
Power supply
SX link
Control input 1
SX-2000SM
SX-2100AI (1)
• Control output pattern settings
Control output pattern (No.)
3
SX-2000SM's control outputs 3 and 4
4
SX-2100AI's control outputs 3 and 4
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• Remote microphone's function key settings
Key
Function key 1
Function key 2
Function key 3
Function
Failure output receipt
Failure output receipt
Contents
Failure output
pattern 1
Failure output
pattern 2
Surveillance target
SX-2000SM
External failure input
None
Failure status output
Control output pattern 3
Surveillance target
SX link
External failure input
None
Failure status output
Control output pattern 4
Failure output reset
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3. NOTES ON PERFORMING SETTINGS
3.1. System Requirements
• OS:
Windows XP SP2 or later, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 10
• CPU:
2 GHz or faster
• Memory:
1 GB or more
• Required component: Microsoft .Net Framework 3.51*1
• Application software: Microsoft Excel*2, Windows Media Player 9.0 or later*3
• Environment to support CF card*4
*1
When using the PC running on the Windows 10, open the setting screen with the procedures below, then
click the check box of this component.
(1) Select [Control Panel] and open [Programs].
(2) From the list on the left side of the displayed screen, click [Turn Windows features on or off].
*2Needed to print labels using the SX-2000 Setting Software. Use the Microsoft Excel 2007 or later for the
Windows Vista, Microsoft Excel 2000 or later for the Windows XP SP2, or Microsoft Excel 2010 or later for
the Windows 7 or the Windows 10.
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* Needed to preview the EV messages using the SX-2000 Setting Software.
*4 Combination of a PC card slot and CF card adapter, or an external CF card/writer device is needed.
Note
Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista, Excel, and Windows Media are the registered trademark of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and other countries.
3.2. Notes
3.2.1. Compact flash cards
[Data storage]
When storing settings data created using the SX-2000 Setting Software on a CF card, use the included card.
On the CF card, do not store any files other than those related to the software. Failure to do so may cause the
unit malfunction.
[Card Removal & Insertion]
Do not remove nor insert the CF card while settings data is being written or read, as doing so may cause data
loss or damage the card.
[Prohibition]
Never use any CF card that has been used for other devices.
3.2.2. Displays
The SX-2000 Setting Software creates window displays at a resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels. Setting the screen
size to a lower resolution or resizing windows may cause a portion of display to be hidden or cut off.
3.2.3. Window screens
The windows displayed by the SX-2000 Setting Software in this manual are examples and may vary somewhat
depending on the specific environment of the PC used.
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3.3. Setting Procedures
3.3.1. Offline operation
1. Perform all settings using the SX-2000 software.
2. Output setting data file and save it to a CF card.
(Refer to p. 167 "Saving the Settings File.")
3. Insert the CF card into the SX-2000SM to read the setting data.
(Refer to the separate Installation Manual, "Inserting a CF card.")
3.3.2. Online operation
The following procedure is recommended when performing settings online.
1. Connect all SX-2000 system components.
(Insert the CF card into the SX-2000SM in advance.)
(For details, refer to the separate Installation Manual.)
2. Use a cable to connect the SX-2000SM to a PC installed
with the SX-2000 software.
(Refer to p. 155, Step 1 of "Establishing Communications Between the SX-2000SM and a PC.")
3. Set up the SX-2000SM network with the SX-2000 software.
(Refer to p. 29 "(3) Network Settings" of "Basic Settings,"
p. 31 "Detecting the SX-2000SM's Network Settings,"
p. 38 "Changing the SX-2000SM's Network Settings."
4. Connect and establish communications between the SX-2000SM and the PC.
(Refer to p. 155, Step 2 of "Establishing Communications Between the SX-2000SM and a PC.")
5. Acquire the system configuration data through configuration reception.
(Refer to p. 161, "Acquiring System Configuration Data Online.")
6. Perform settings other than system configuration.
7. Write the setting data from PC to the CF card online.
(Refer to p. 159, "Writing Setting Data to the CF Card Online.")
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4. SOFTWARE SETUP
Notes
• Close all open applications before installing.
• To install the software, it is necessary to log in to the PC using an administrator account.
4.1. Setting Software Installation
Step 1. Click on "setup.exe" in the setting software folder
contained in the CD supplied with the SX-2000SM.
The installation wizard screen is displayed.
Note
The installation wizard screen may not be displayed.
In this case, read the next page.
Step 2. Click the [Next] button.
The Select Installation Folder screen is displayed.
Step 3. Change the folder as needed, then click the [Next]
button.
The Confirm Installation dialog is displayed.
Step 4. Click the [Next] button to start installing the software.
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Step 5. When the Installation Complete dialog is displayed,
click the [Close] button to complete the installation.
[If no installation wizard screen is displayed]
The screen at right may be displayed when the Step 1 is
performed. In this case, install the software needed to run
the SX-2000 Setting Software with the steps below.
Step 1. Click the [Accept] button.
The software installation screen is displayed.
Step 2. Click the [Install] button.
Installation in progress screen is displayed.
As the installation wizard screen is displayed after completion of installation, follow the steps shown on the
previous page.
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4.2. Uninstallation
Step 1. Click on "setup.exe" in the setting software folder
contained in the CD supplied with the SX-2000SM.
The setup wizard screen is displayed.
Step 2. Select "Remove SX2000 Management Tool," and
click the [Finish] button to start uninstalling the
software.
Step 3. When the Installation Complete dialog is displayed,
click the [Close] button to complete the uninstallation.
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4.3. Update
Step 1. Click on "setup.exe" in the setting software folder
contained in the CD supplied with the SX-2000SM.
The setup wizard screen is displayed.
Step 2. Select "Repair SX2000 Management Tool," and click
the [Finish] button to start updating the software.
Step 3. When the Installation Complete dialog is displayed,
click the [Close] button to complete the update.
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5. RUNNING THE SX-2000 SETTING SOFTWARE
5.1. Running The SX-2000 Setting Software
To start the software, select "TOA Matrix Series
SX2000 shortcut icon on the desktop.
Start menu
SX2000" from the Start menu, or double-click the
Shortcut icon on the desktop
The login screen is displayed.
Two modes are made available for the SX-2000 Setting Software: Superuser mode and User mode, which are
different in login method.
In Superuser mode, the setting data can be newly created and the preset data can be edited.
This mode requires a login password, which can also be changed in this login screen.
In User mode, no setting data can be changed.
But, it is possible to perform operations requiring no setting data change such as setting content confirmation,
setting data's read and print, and label print for the remote microphone.
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5.2. Login In Superuser Mode
5.2.1. How to login
Step 1. Select "Superuser mode" in the login screen,
then enter the password.
Note
Password is "Superuser" by default.
Passwords are case-sensitive.
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Step 2. Click the [Login] button.
The initial screen of the Setting Software is displayed.
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5.2.2. Password change
Step 1. Select "Superuser mode" in the login screen,
then enter the current password.
Note
Password is "Superuser" by default.
Passwords are case-sensitive.
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Step 2. Click the [Change] button.
The password change screen is displayed.
Step 3. Enter the desired password in the New
password field, then reenter the same
desired password in the Password for
confirmation filed.
Note
Up to 16 alphanumeric characters can be
used.
Step 4. Click the [OK] button.
The display reverts to the login screen.
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5.3. Login In User Mode
Select "User mode (Read only)" in the login screen, then click the [Login] button.
The initial screen of the Setting Software is displayed.
The data shaded in gray cannot be changed.
Note
When changing the mode from User to Superuser, first exit and restart it, then login again in Superuser mode.
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6. SETTING ITEMS AND PROCEDURES
Setting item buttons are located in the upper portion of the screen.
The entire system setting is divided into 6 steps of settings starting with "Basic settings" to "Event settings"
from left to right. Be sure to make settings in this order.
Clicking on each setting item button displays the corresponding setting screen in the main area below the
setting item buttons.
Setting items
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6.1. Menu Configuration
Basic settings (p. 29)
System settings
(p. 44)
Surveillance settings
(p. 69)
Language setting
(p. 29)
Select the displayed language.
System name setting
(p. 29)
Set the desired system name.
Network settings
(p. 29)
Make network-related settings.
Common settings
(p. 30)
Make settings related to the SX-2000AI/2100AI/2000AO/
2100AO, Surveillance function, and Emergency.
Time settings
(p. 30)
Set the current time for the SX-2000SM.
SX-2000SM
(p. 45)
Set each name of the control inputs and outputs, and register
EV messages.
SX-2000AI, SX-2100AI
(p. 50)
Configure the modules used for the SX-2000AI or SX-2100AI,
and set each name of the control inputs and outputs.
RM-200SF
(p. 55)
Make function settings and set the unit name.
RM-200S, RM-200SA
(p. 58)
Make function settings and set the unit name.
SX-2000AO, SX-2100AO
(p. 61)
Configure the audio outputs, and set each name of the
control inputs and outputs.
SX-2000CI
(p. 65)
Set each name of the control inputs.
SX-2000CO
(p. 67)
Set each name of the control outputs.
Interval settings
(p. 69)
Set the start time and interval time for confirming failure
status of the external devices.
Surveillance individual settings (p. 70)
Set each device's individual points to be detected for failure.
(p. 71)
Set the priority levels for General-purpose, Emergency, and
BGM broadcasts.
Priority settings (p. 71)
Priority settings
Pattern settings (p. 74)
Output zone pattern settings (p. 77)
Set broadcast zones as Output zone pattern.
BGM pattern settings
Set BGM broadcast zones as BGM pattern.
Event settings (p. 87)
Utility
(p. 120)
(p. 78)
General broadcast pattern
settings
(p. 79)
Set General-purpose broadcast zones as General broadcast
pattern.
Control output pattern settings (p. 81)
Set the control outputs to use as Control output pattern.
Emergency sequence settings (p. 82)
Set the sequence of Emergency broadcast.
Emergency broadcast pattern
(p. 83)
settings
Register a set of Emergency sequence, output zone, and
control output pattern as Emergency broadcast pattern.
Failure output pattern settings (p. 85)
Set detection points for failure as Failure output pattern.
System event settings
(p. 100)
Set control output patterns invoked in Emergency broadcast
state or at power failure.
SM event settings
(p. 101)
Assign functions to the control inputs.
AI event settings
(p. 105)
Assign functions to the function keys, channel keys, and
control inputs.
AO event settings
(p. 109)
Assign functions to the function keys, channel keys, and
control inputs.
RM event settings
(p. 112)
Assign functions to the keys.
CI event settings
(p. 119)
Assign functions to the control inputs.
Log file display
(p. 121)
Displays the log data stored on the CF card, and exports the
log data.
Online log
(p. 125)
Displays log data online.
System status
(p. 128)
Displays system configuration or failure status online.
Audio input and output status (p. 147)
Displays audio input and output status online.
Control input and output status (p. 151)
Displays control input and output status online.
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6.2. Menu Bar
• File
New:
Open:
Save:
Data output (P):
Setting data (C):
RM label (L):
Exit:
Creates a new file of data set using the SX-2000 Setting Software.
Reads the stored data of the SX-2000 Setting Software.
Saves data of the SX-2000 Setting Software in edit.
Exports the setting data in csv format.
Exports the data for creating the RM-200SF's, RM-200S's, RM-200SA's, and RM210's label in xls format.
Exits the SX-2000 Setting Software.
• View
Basic settings:
System settings:
Surveillance settings (V):
Priority settings:
Pattern settings (A):
Event settings:
Utility:
Module box:
RM box:
Unit box:
Moves to the Basic settings screen.
Moves to the System settings screen.
Moves to the Surveillance settings screen.
Moves to the Priority settings screen.
Moves to the Pattern settings screen.
Moves to the Event settings screen.
Moves to the Utility screen.
Displays or hides the Module box in the System settings screen.
Displays or hides the RM box in the System settings screen.
Displays or hides the Unit box in the System settings screen.
• Communication
Connect (F5):
Initiates communications between the SX-2000SM and a PC.
(Refer to p. 155 "Establishing Communications Between the SX2000SM and a PC.")
Disconnect (Shift + F5):
Terminates communications between the SX-2000SM and the PC.
SX CF Online read [SX -> PC] (R): Reads setting data from the CF card.
SX CF Online write [PC -> SX] (W): Writes setting data to the CF card.
Receive configuration (S):
Receives current system configuration information.
Receive all log files (L):
Acquires all log data contained in the CF card.
• Help
Version (A):
Displays the version number of the SX-2000 Setting Software.
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7. BASIC SETTINGS
Pressing the [Basic settings] button displays the screen below.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(1) Language Setting
Select the language to use.
Note: "Other" is not used.
Available Settings
English (default), Japanese, Other
(2) System Name Setting
Enter the system name.
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (default: SX-2000)
(3) Network Settings
Set the IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, and HTTP server port.
The network settings are used for online connection. Perform settings according to the network
environment of the PC to be connected.
Consult the network administrator for details.
[Default settings]
· IP address:
· Subnet mask:
· Default gateway:
· HTTP server port:
192.168.14.1
255.255.255.0
0.0.0.0
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Connecting the SX-2000SM to a PC makes it possible to acquire and modify the SX-2000SM's network
settings. (Refer to p. 31 "Detecting the SX-2000SM's Network Settings," p. 38 "Changing the SX-2000SM's
Network Settings.")
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BASIC SETTINGS
(4) Common Settings
• AI/AO display settings
Select the extinguish time for the vacuum fluorescent displays (VFD) on the SX-2000AI, SX-2100AI, SX2000AO, and SX-2100AO.
Available Settings
Switch off illumination after 5 minutes (default), Always illumination
When "Switch off illumination after 5 minutes" is selected for the VFD’s extinguish time, the screen
automatically goes out if no operation is performed for 5 minutes. Pressing any keys other than the
function keys on the front panel resets the screen display.
Note
The VFD is an expendable item.
Its display quality deteriorates with age.
As operation in "Always illumination" mode will accelerate aging, normally set to "Switch off illumination
after 5 minutes."
• Surveillance function setting
Set whether or not to use this function in each individual part of the SX-2000SM, SX-2000AI, SX-2100AI,
SX-2000AO, SX-2100AO, SX-2000CI, SX-2000CO, RM-200SF, and RM-200SA.
Available Settings
Not used (default), Used
• General broadcast (AC-mains failure status)
Set whether or not general broadcasts will be continued when a power failure occurs.
Available Settings
Continue (default), Stop
• Emergency broadcasting function
Set whether or not to use the Emergency Broadcasting function.
Available Settings
Not used (default), Used
• EV message to zone after emergency paging
Set whether to enable or disable EV Message (broadcast of the message registered as sound source of
the emergency broadcast) to the zones after the Emergency RM broadcast by microphone
announcement is completed.
Available Settings
Continue (default), Stop
Note: This function is available only when the "Emergency" broadcast function is set to "Used."
(5) Time Settings
Set the year, month, day, hour, minute, and second. (Refer to p. 42)
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BASIC SETTINGS
Detecting the SX-2000SM's Network Settings
7.1. Detecting the SX-2000SM's Network Settings
It is possible to acquire the SX-2000SM's network settings by connecting the SX-2000SM to a PC.
7.1.1. When a single SX-2000SM is connected to the switching hub
Step 1. Connect the SX-2000SM and the PC installed with the SX-2000 software to the switching hub.
Connect the SX-2000SM's LAN connection terminal to a 10BASE-T- or 100BASE-TX-compatible
switching hub.
Use STP Category 5 Standard straight LAN cable fitted with RJ45 connectors.
Notes
• Do not connect the switching hub to the LAN.
• Avoid directly connecting the SX-2000SM to the PC via a cross cable.
Switching hub
Straight cable
Straight cable
SX-2000SM
LAN connection terminal
PC installed with the SX-2000
software
Step 2. Click the [Detect] button.
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Detecting the SX-2000SM's Network Settings
Communications begin.
The following screen is displayed during communications.
Pressing the [Cancel] button during communications displays the following screen.
The detected SX-2000SM's network settings are displayed after communication is completed.
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BASIC SETTINGS
Detecting the SX-2000SM's Network Settings
7.1.2. When the PC is set for multiple networks
Step 1. Connect the SX-2000SM and the PC installed with the SX-2000 software to the switching hub.
Connect the SX-2000SM's LAN connection terminal to a 10BASE-T- or 100BASE-TX-compatible
switching hub.
Use STP Category 5 Standard straight LAN cable fitted with RJ45 connectors.
Notes
• Do not connect the switching hub to the LAN.
• Avoid directly connecting the SX-2000SM to the PC via a cross cable.
Switching hub
Straight cable
Straight cable
SX-2000SM
LAN connection terminal
PC installed with the SX-2000
software
Step 2. Click the [Detect] button.
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BASIC SETTINGS
Detecting the SX-2000SM's Network Settings
Communications begin.
The following screen is displayed during communications.
Pressing the [Cancel] button during communications displays the following screen.
The screen for IP address selection is displayed after communication is completed.
Step 3. Select the IP address to be used, then press the [OK] button.
The detected SX-2000SM's network settings are displayed.
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BASIC SETTINGS
Detecting the SX-2000SM's Network Settings
7.1.3. When multiple SX-2000SMs are connected to a switching hub
Step 1. Connect the SX-2000SM and the PC installed with the SX-2000 software to the switching hub.
Connect the SX-2000SM's LAN connection terminal to a 10BASE-T- or 100BASE-TX-compatible
switching hub.
Use STP Category 5 Standard straight LAN cable fitted with RJ45 connectors.
Notes
• Do not connect the switching hub to the LAN.
• Avoid directly connecting the SX-2000SM to the PC via a cross cable.
Switching hub
Straight cable
Straight cable
SX-2000SM
MAC address for the LAN
LAN connection
terminal
PC installed with the SX-2000
software
Step 2. Click the [Detect] button.
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Detecting the SX-2000SM's Network Settings
Communications begin. The following screen is displayed during communications.
Pressing the [Cancel] button during communications displays the following screen.
The screen for MAC address selection is displayed after communication is completed.
Step 3. Select the MAC address of the SX-2000SM to be detected, then press the [OK] button.
Refer to the MAC address for the LAN shown on the SX-2000SM's rear panel.
The detected SX-2000SM's network settings are displayed.
Note
If the same IP address is duplicated among the SX-2000SMs connected to the switching hub, correct
communications may not be established between the SX-2000SM and the PC (p. 155).
Be sure to confirm the IP addresses of all connected SX-2000SMs. If an address is found to be
duplicated, change the network settings following Step 3. (Refer to p. 38 "Changing the SX-2000SM's
Network Settings.")
Make communication connections only after assuring that different IP addresses are set for all SX2000SMs.
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BASIC SETTINGS
Detecting the SX-2000SM's Network Settings
7.1.4. When no SX-2000SM's network settings are detected
When the SX-2000SM's network settings were not detected, the following screen is displayed.
If this display appears, the following causes can be considered.
Connection of LAN cable
Power of HUB
DC power of SX-2000SM
Connection port of SX-2000SM
Firmware version of SX-2000SM
Network settings
LAN cables not connected.
Not straight cable but cross cable is connected.
STP Category 5 Standard straight cable with RJ45 connectors is not
used.
Switching hub is not powered.
The distance between the SX-2000SM and the switching hub is
more than 100 m.
Power is not supplied to the SX-2000SM.
Cable is not connected to the SX-2000SM's LAN connector.
The SX-2000SM firmware is earlier than Version 3.00.
Since its latest version is made available on the TOA product
download site (https://www.toa-products.com/international/), please
download it for use.
The IP address, subnet mask, default gateway or HTTP server port
of the SX-2000SM or PC is not correctly set.
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BASIC SETTINGS
Changing the SX-2000SM's Network Settings
7.2. Changing the SX-2000SM's Network Settings
The IP address, subnet mask, default gateway and HTTP server port settings can be changed after detecting
the SX-2000SM's network settings.
Step 1. Change the network setting values after detecting the SX-2000SM's network settings.
Note
For network setting detection, refer to p. 31 "Detecting the SX-2000SM's Network Settings."
The [Change] button can be used after the values have been changed.
Step 2. Click the [Change] button.
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BASIC SETTINGS
Changing the SX-2000SM's Network Settings
Changes in network settings are reflected in the SX-2000SM.
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BASIC SETTINGS
Resetting the System
7.3. Resetting the System
The SX-2000 system can be reset through remote operation.
Step 1. Click the [System reset] button after detecting the SX-2000SM's network settings.
Note
For network setting detection, refer to p. 31 "Detecting the SX-2000SM's Network Settings."
The following screen is displayed.
Step 2. Click the [Yes] button.
System reset begins.
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BASIC SETTINGS
Resetting the System
The following screen is displayed.
Step 3. Click the [OK] button to close the dialog.
[Checking to confirm if the system has been reset]
If the system has been reset, the fluorescent display on the front panel of the SX-2000AI, SX-2100AI, SX2000AO and SX-2100AO goes off and then switches back on, causing the current broadcast to pause.
The Standby indicator remains lit while the system is being reset and goes off after reset is completed.
[When the system cannot be reset]
Check the following items:
1) The SX-2000SM's Standby indicator remains lit.
The internal circuitry of the SX-2000SM in use is not compatible with the system reset, disabling resets
initiated by the setup software. Press the SX-2000SM's [Reset] key to reset the system. (For details, refer
to the separate Installation Manual.)
2) Analog link cables are not connected.
To reset the entire system, connect all SX-2000SM, SX-2000AI, SX-2100AI and SX-2000AO units within
the system in advance using their analog link connectors. Note that the unit not connected through analog
link connectors is not reset. (For details, refer to the separate Installation Manual, "Analog Link Terminal
Connections.")
3) The SX-2000SM's DIP switch is set to "write protect."
Set the DIP switch to the "System Reset ON" position.
(For details, refer to the separate Installation Manual, "System Reset enable/disable Settings (DIP Switch 3
Operation).")
After changing the DIP switch setting, press the [System reset] button again.
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BASIC SETTINGS
SX-2000SM Time Settings
7.4. SX-2000SM Time Settings
Using the SX-2000 software, the SX-2000SM's current time setting can be confirmed online and changed.
Step 1. Establish communications between the SX-2000SM and the PC installed with the SX-2000 software.
For the procedure for establishing communications, refer to p. 155 "Establishing Communications
Between the SX-2000SM and a PC."
The "Connection" indication is displayed in the lower right corner of the screen after the connection is
completed.
Step 2. Click the [Read] button to display the time currently set for the SX-2000SM.
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BASIC SETTINGS
SX-2000SM Time Settings
Step 3. When changing the date and time, enter new values in the boxes to be changed, then click the
[Change] button.
The changed time is set to the SX-2000SM.
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8. SYSTEM SETTINGS
Pressing the [System settings] button displays the screen below.
Note
The system configuration data can be acquired online if the equipment has already been installed.
(Refer to p. 161 "Acquiring System Configuration Data Online.")
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SYSTEM SETTINGS
SX-2000SM
8.1. SX-2000SM
Clicking on the [System manager] icon in the system settings screen displays the control input/output and EV
message settings screen for the SX-2000SM.
(3)
(1)
(2)
(1) Control input/output settings
Enter each name of the control inputs and outputs.
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (Default name, for example, SM-CIN1
represents the SX-2000SM's Control input No. 1, and SM-COUT1 represents the
SX-2000SM's Control output No. 1.)
(2) EV message settings
Register and set the audio files.
For details, refer to pages 46 – 49.
(3) Back button
Returns to the previous screen.
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SYSTEM SETTINGS
SX-2000SM
8.1.1. Registering sound sources
Only monaural sound sources of PCM 48 kHz in Wav format can be used for the EV messages.
Create the sound source data separately and register them using the steps below.
Step 1. Click the [Load] button to select the audio file to be used.
"Choose file" dialog is displayed.
Step 2. Designate the folder into which the sound sources have been saved.
Then designate the desired audio file, and click the [Open] button.
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SX-2000SM
This starts reading the audio file. The screen shown below is displayed during reading.
When the registration is finished, the EV message screen shown below is displayed.
8.1.2. Listening the sound sources
Clicking the [Play] button for the registered sound source plays back the sound source.
The operation buttons above the table become active during playback.
Play/Pause button
Stop button
Skip button
Mute button
Volume control knob
Note
Button display at the top of screen may differ depending on the Windows Media Player version installed in
your PC.
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SYSTEM SETTINGS
SX-2000SM
8.1.3. Deleting the sound sources
Click the [Delete] button of the registered sound source.
8.1.4. Renaming the sound sources
Change the name in the name field of the registered sound source.
The file name of the registered sound source is assigned by default.
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (default: File name of the registered sound source)
Name is changed to "Alert Message 1" in this example.
8.1.5. Setting the sound source types
Click the "Type" box to select the sound source type.
The "Alert" and "Evacuation" messages are used in emergency situation, while the "Reset" message is used
to notify that the emergency situation is over.
The "General" EV message can be selected as the sound source in the General Broadcast Pattern Settings.
(refer to p. 79)
Available Settings
Not used (default), Alert, Evacuation, Reset (All clear), General
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SYSTEM SETTINGS
SX-2000SM
8.1.6. Playback method settings
Set the number of times that the EV message is repeated.
The number of times can be selected when "Type" is set to "General."
Available Settings
Once (default), Endless
8.1.7. Mixing broadcast settings
Set whether or not to mix BGM output during EV message broadcasts.
The mixing status can be selected when "Type" is set to "General."
Available Settings
MIXING (default), BGM CUT
When "MIXING" is selected, the mixing setting ("MIXING" or "REDUCTION") for the SX-2000AI or SX-2100AI
takes effect for BGM play in all zones where the EV message is broadcast. (Refer to p. 53, "SX-2000AI and
SX-2100AI
Audio input details settings
Module detail settings.")
Selecting "BGM CUT" cuts off BGM play in all zones where the EV message is broadcast, regardless of the
mixing settings of the SX-2000AI or SX-2100AI.
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SYSTEM SETTINGS
SX-2000AI and SX-2100AI
8.2. SX-2000AI and SX-2100AI
8.2.1. Audio input settings
Set the number of SX-2000AI and SX-2100AI units, and the model numbers of built-in modules and
connected remote microphones.
(3)
(1)
(2)
(4)
(1) Number of audio input units
Select the number of SX-2000AI and SX-2100AI units being used.
Available Settings
1 – 8 (default: 1)
(2) Module
Drag and drop the icon of module to use from the Module box onto the SX-2000AI's or SX-2100AI's slot.
To delete the set module, right-click on its icon and select "Delete" from the pop-up menu.
Available Settings
None (default), SX-200RM, D-921F, D-921E, D-922F, D-922E, D-936R
(3) Remote microphone
This setting is valid when the SX-200RM module has been set.
Drag and drop the icon of remote microphone to use from the RM box onto the SX-200RM.
To delete the set remote microphone, right-click on its icon and select "Delete" from the pop-up menu.
Available Settings
None (default), RM-200SA, RM-200SF, RM-200S
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SYSTEM SETTINGS
SX-2000AI and SX-2100AI
(4) Input channel name
Enter each name of the input channels.
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (Default name, for example, AI1-IN1
represents the SX-2000AI's or SX-2100AI's Input channel No. 1.)
8.2.2. Audio input detail settings
Clicking on the [SX-2000AI] or [SX-2100AI] icon in the settings screen displays the screen for model number
selection, module detail settings, key name settings, and control input/output name settings (SX-2100AI only).
To the next page
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SYSTEM SETTINGS
SX-2000AI and SX-2100AI
From the previous page
(7)
(1)
(6)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(1) Type
Select the model number of the Audio input unit.
Available Settings
SX-2000AI, SX-2100AI (default)
(2) Unit number
Click on the box, or press the right arrow button (increment) or left arrow button (decrement) to select the
unit ID number.
Available Settings
Numerals ranging from 1 to the number of the audio input units set on the
previous page. (default: 1)
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(3) Module detail settings
• Type
Select the type of broadcast.
This selection becomes available when "Module" (p. 50) is set to the model number other than "SX200RM."
When "Module" is set to the SX-200RM, the type of remote microphone connected to the SX-200RM is
displayed.
These types differ depending on the remote microphone models as follows: "General" (fixed) for RM200S, "Emergency" (fixed) for RM-200SF, and the type determined in the System Settings (p. 59) for
RM-200SA.
Available Settings
General (default), BGM, Emergency/General, Emergency
• Volume (dB)
Select the sound volume levels for the audio input sources.
Available Settings
0 (default), –1 to –69, –infinity (in 1-dB steps)
• Mixing Setting
This function is used for mixing settings for BGM and General broadcasts.
Mixing status can be selected when "Type" is set to "General" or "BGM."
(1) When "Type" is set to "General"
Available Settings
MIXING (default), BGM CUT
"MIXING": Mixes General and BGM broadcasts.
"BGM CUT": Cuts off BGM play in all General broadcast zones, regardless of the BGM side settings.
(2) When "Type" is set to "BGM"
Available Settings
REDUCTION (default), MIXING
Set mixing status when the General broadcast MIXING setting is set to MIXING.
"REDUCTION": BGM play in general broadcast zones fades out to the preprogrammed attenuation
and time, and both the general broadcast and BGM output are mixed.
"MIXING":
General broadcast and BGM output are mixed. The BGM volume does not vary
during general broadcast.
Note: When "Type" is set to "Emergency/General," BGM play is automatically cut off.
[Mixing setting combinations]
Start of broadcast
End
General-purpose broadcast (BGM CUT)
BGM broadcast (REDUCTION
or MIXING)
CUT OUT
CUT IN
Start of broadcast
End
General-purpose broadcast (MIXING)
General + BGM MIXING
BGM broadcast (MIXING)
Start of broadcast
End
General-purpose broadcast (MIXING)
BGM broadcast (REDUCTION)
Attenuation
Fade-out time
Fade-in time
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• Fade out (sec)
This selection becomes available when "Mixing setting" is set to "REDUCTION."
Available Settings
0 – 6 (default: 1), in 1-sec steps
• Fade in (sec)
This selection becomes available when "Mixing setting" is set to "REDUCTION."
Available Settings
0 – 6 (default: 4), in 1-sec steps
• Attenuation (dB)
This selection becomes available when "Mixing setting" is set to "REDUCTION."
Available Settings
–1 to – 40 (default: – 40) (in 1-dB steps)
• PAD
Select the PAD (input sensitivity). This setting is available only when "Module" (p. 50) is set to "D-921F"
or "D-921E."
Available Settings
LINE +4 dB (default), LINE –10 dB, MIC –36 dB, MIC –50 dB
• Phantom power
Select whether or not to use the phantom power supply. This setting is available when "Module" (p. 50) is
set to "D-921F" or "D-921E," and "PAD (input sensitivity)" is set to either "MIC –36 dB" or "MIC –50 dB."
Available Settings
OFF (don't use phantom power supply, default), ON (use phantom power supply)
(4) Key name
Enter each name of the function keys and channel keys on the SX-2000AI's and SX-2100AI's front panel.
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (Default name, for example, AI1-FKEY1
represents the SX-2000AI's or SX-2100AI's Function key No. 1, and AI1-CHKEY1
represents the SX-2000AI's or SX-2100AI's Channel key No. 1.)
(5) Control input/output (SX-2100AI only)
Enter each name of the control inputs and control outputs of the SX-2100AI.
This selection becomes available when "Type" (p. 52) is set to "SX-2100AI."
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (Default name, for example, AI1-CIN1
represents the SX-2100AI's Control Input No. 1, and AI1-COUT1 represents the
SX-2100AI's Control output No 1.)
(6) Copy and Paste buttons
Pressing the [Copy] button copies all of the on-screen settings except the names preset by default.
Pressing the [Paste] button pastes the copied parameters in the same setting screen of other SX-2000AI
or SX-2100AI selected by Unit number setting item (2).
(7) Back button
Returns to the previous screen.
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SYSTEM SETTINGS
RM-200SF
8.3. RM-200SF
Make basic configurations for the RM-200SF Fireman's Microphone.
Clicking on the [RM-200SF] icon in the system settings screen displays the detail settings screen.
(7)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(6)
(4)
(5)
(1) Name
Click on the box, or press the right or left arrow button to select the target RM-200SF.
Default name, for example, AI1-RM2 represents the RM-200SF of Unit No. 2 connected to the SX-2000AI
or SX-2100AI of Unit No. 1.
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RM-200SF
(2) Function settings
• Name
Enter a name of the RM-200SF.
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (Default name is the same as that in the
Name (1) on the previous page.)
• Type
The type of broadcast is fixed to "Emergency," and cannot be changed.
• PTT or Lock
The microphone's talk key operation method is fixed to "PTT*," and cannot be changed.
* PTT: Enables microphone announcements to be made while the Talk key is being pressed.
Note
The setting items of "Time out," "Start chime," "End time," and "Chime volume" cannot be set.
• Wait time (sec)
Set the time required to start the microphone announcement after the RM-200SF's talk key has been
pressed. Select the time according to the start-up time of connected power amplifiers or line selection
relays.
Available Settings
0 (default), 0.5, 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0
• RM-210
Select the number of RM-210 units being used.
Available Settings
0 (default), 1 – 5
(3) Key names
Enter each name of the Emergency key and function keys on the RM-200SF's top panel.
RM-200SF top
RM-200SF
FIREMAN'S MICROPHONE
MIC
SP
CPU
OFF
ON
Available Settings
Emergency key
EMG
Function keys
SYS1
SYS2
SYS3
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (default: EMGKEY, SYSKEY 1 – 3)
(4) RM-210 selection
This setting is valid when the "RM-210" has been set to 1 to 5 in the Function settings (2).
Click on the box, or press the right or left arrow button to select the target RM-210.
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(5) Function key names
Enter each name of the function keys on the RM-210's top panel.
RM-210 top
Function keys
1
10
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (default: KEY 1 – 50)
(6) Copy and Paste buttons
Pressing the [Copy] button copies all of the on-screen settings except the names preset by default.
Pressing the [Paste] button pastes the copied parameters in the same setting screen of other RM-200SF
selected by Name (1).
(7) Back button
Returns to the previous screen.
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SYSTEM SETTINGS
RM-200S, RM-200SA
8.4. RM-200S, RM-200SA
Make basic configurations for the RM-200S and RM-200SA Remote Microphones.
Clicking on the [RM-200S] or [RM-200SA] in the system setting screen displays the detail settings screen.
(7)
(6)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(1) Name
Click on the box, or press the right or left arrow button to select the target RM-200S or RM-200SA.
Default name, for example, AI1-RM1 represents the RM-200S or RM-200SA of Unit No. 1 connected to
the SX-2000AI or SX-2100AI of Unit No. 1.
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(2) Function settings
• Name
Enter a name of the RM-200S or RM-200SA.
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (Default name is the same as that in the
Name (1) on the previous page.
• Type
Select the type of broadcast.
Available Settings
General (default), Emergency/General
Note: The type for the RM-200S is fixed to "General."
• PTT or Lock
Select the RM-200S's or RM-200SA's "Talk key" operation method.
Available Settings
PTT (default), Lock
[PTT and Lock]
Two different methods are available for Talk key operation: Press-to-Talk (PTT) and Lock modes.
PTT: Enables microphone announcements to be made while the Talk key is being pressed.
Lock: Enables microphone announcements by pressing the Talk key once and terminates by
pressing it again.
• Time out (min)
The time-out period can be set when the "Talk" key operation method has been set to "Lock" mode.
Select an appropriate time-out period after which Remote Microphone announcements are automatically
terminated if the user fails to turn off the microphone power.
Available Settings
Continuous (default), 1 – 20 (minutes)
• Start chime
Select the type of chime tone to be sounded before Remote Microphone announcements are made.
Available Settings
None (default), 1 (Chime 1), 2 (Chime 2), 3 (Chime 3), 4 (Chime 4)
Tip: The system chime is set to:
1 (ascending 4-note tone), 2 (descending 4-note tone), 3 (2-tone chime),
4 (gong)
• End chime
Select the type of chime tone to be sounded after Remote Microphone announcements have been
completed.
Available Settings
None (default), 1 (Chime 1), 2 (Chime 2), 3 (Chime 3), 4 (Chime 4)
Tip: The system chime is set to:
1 (ascending 4-note tone), 2 (descending 4-note tone), 3 (2-tone chime),
4 (gong)
• Chime volume (dB)
Select the volume of the chime broadcast by the Remote Microphone.
Available Settings
0 to –20 dB (default: –6 dB), in 2-dB steps
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• Wait time (sec)
Set the time required to start broadcast* after the talk key on the remote microphone has been pressed.
Select the time according to the start-up time of connected power amplifiers or line selection relays.
* When "None" is selected in the Start chime setting, wait time means time duration before the
microphone announcement starts, while when the value other than "None" is selected, it means the
time duration before the chime sounds.
Available Settings
0 (default), 0.5, 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0
• RM-210
Select the number of RM-210 Remote Microphone Expansion units.
Available Settings
0 (default), 1 – 4
(3) Key names
Enter each name of the Covered key and function keys on the RM-200S's or RM-200SA's top panel.
RM-200S/200SA top
Covered key
EMG
Function keys
1
Function keys
SYS1
SYS2
SYS3
10
RM-200SA
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (default: EMGKEY for the Covered key,
SYSKEY 1 – 3 for the Function keys (on the left), and KEY 1 – 10 for the Function
keys (on the right))
(4) RM-210 selection
This setting is valid when the "RM-210" has been set to 1 to 4 in the Function settings (2).
Click on the box, or press the right or left arrow button to select the target RM-210.
(5) Function key names
Enter each name of the function keys on the RM-210's top panel.
RM-210 top
Function keys
11
20
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (default: KEY 11 – 50)
(6) Copy and Paste buttons
Pressing the [Copy] button copies all of the on-screen settings except the names preset by default.
Pressing the [Paste] button pastes the copied parameters in the same setting screen of other RM-200S or
RM-200SA selected by Name (1).
(7) Back button
Returns to the previous screen.
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SYSTEM SETTINGS
SX-2000AO and SX-2100AO
8.5. SX-2000AO and SX-2100AO
8.5.1. Audio output settings
Set the number of SX-2000AO or SX-2100AO units, and whether the SX-2000CI and/or SX-2000CO is
connected.
(1)
(3)
(2)
(1) Number of audio output units
Select the number of SX-2000AO and SX-2100AO units being used.
Available Settings
1 – 32 (default: 1)
(2) Control input/output unit
One each of SX-2000CI and SX-2000CO can be cascade-connected to the SX-2000AO or SX-2100AO.
Drag and drop the icon of SX-2000CI or SX-2000CO to use from the Unit box.
To delete the set unit, right-click on its icon and select "Delete" from the pop-up menu.
Available Settings
None (default), SX-2000CI, SX-2000CO
(3) Output channel name
Enter each name of the output channels.
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (Default name, for example, AO1-ZONE1
represents the SX-2000AO's Output channel No. 1 or SX-2100AO's Zone 1
output.)
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SX-2000AO and SX-2100AO
8.5.2. Audio output detail settings
Clicking on the [SX-2000AO] or [SX-2100AO] icon in the settings screen displays the screens for model
number selection, output zone settings, key name settings, and control input/output name settings, standby
amplifier settings (SX-2100AO only) and local input settings (SX-2100AO only).
(9)
(1)
(8)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(7)
(6)
(1) Type
Select the model number of the Audio output unit to use.
Available Settings
SX-2000AO, SX-2100AO (default)
(2) Unit number
Click on the box, or press the right arrow button (increment) or left arrow button (decrement) to select the
unit ID number.
Available Settings
Numerals ranging from 1 to the number of the audio output units set on the
previous page. (default: 1)
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(3) Output zone settings
• "Name" is fixed, and cannot be edited.
• Volume (dB)
Select the sound volume levels for the output zones.
Available Settings
0 (default), –1 to –69, –infinity (in 1-dB steps)
• BGM offset (dB)
Select the attenuated level of BGM sound during General-purpose broadcast.
Available Settings
0 (default), –1 to –69, –infinity (in 1-dB steps)
Note
Shown above is the setting range when the volume is set to the default value (0 dB). This BGM offset
range varies with the set volume value. For example, when the volume is set to "–10 dB," the BGM offset
range becomes from 0 to –60 dB.
• Amplifier
When "Type" is set to SX-2000AO, select whether the amplifier is used or not. Similarly for SX-2100AO,
select the amplifier model to use or "Not used."
Available Settings
SX-2000AO: Used (default), Not used
SX-2100AO: VP-2064 (default), VP-2122, VP-2241, VP-2421, Not used
Note: To set the VP-3000 series amplifiers, select VP-2122 for VP-3154, VP-2241 for VP-3304, and VP2421 for VP-3504 since these models do not appear on the pull-down menu.
• SP line voltage (SX-2100AO only)
Select the speaker line voltage.
Available Settings
100 V (default), 70 V, 50 V
Note
The speaker line voltage selected here must be matched with that of the VP-2000 series or VP-3000
series Amplifier.
If not matched, change the amplifier's speaker line voltage referring to the separate Installation Manual.
• Attenuator (SX-2100AO only)
Select whether or not to use attenuator(s).
Available Settings
Not used (default), Used
When an emergency broadcast is set to "Used," the control output of the channel that is the same as
the number of zone for which "Attenuator" is set to "Used" is activated in emergency broadcast state.
Use this control output to bypass the external attenuators in the emergency state. See the separate
Installation Manual, "Connecting the SX-2100AO to external attenuators."
When "Attenuator" or "EOL" is set to "Used," the unit configuration is displayed on the screen as
shown below.
Appears when "EOL" is set to
"Used."
Appears when "Attenuator" is
set to "Used."
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SX-2000AO and SX-2100AO
• EOL (SX-2100AO only)
Set this item when the EOL (End-of-Line) unit is used.
This must be made valid in the speaker line failure detection settings.
Available Settings
Not used (default), Used
• Pilot tone (20 kHz) (SX-2000AO only)
Set whether or not a pilot tone is used.
Note
"Surveillance function setting" of "Basic Settings" (p. 30) and "Amplifier" of "Output zone settings" (p. 63)
must both be set to "Used."
Available Settings
Not used (default), Used
(4) Key name
Enter each name of the function keys and channel keys on the SX-2000AO's and SX-2100AO's front
panel.
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (Default name, for example, AO1-FKEY1
represents the SX-2000AO's or SX-2100AO's Function key "F1," and AO1CHKEY1 represents the SX-2000AO's or SX-2100AO's Channel key 1.)
(5) Control input/output
Enter each name of the control inputs and control outputs of the SX-2000AO and SX-2100AO.
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (Default name, for example, AO1-CIN1
represents the SX-2000AO's or SX-2100AO's Control input 1, and AO1-COUT1
represents the SX-2000AO's or SX-2100AO's Control output No. 1.)
(6) Standby amplifier (SX-2100AO only)
This function is available only when the "Surveillance function" is set to "Used" in the "Basic Settings."
• Amplifier
Select the amplifier model number to use, or "Not used."
Available Settings
VP-2064 (default), VP-2122, VP-2241, VP-2421, Not used
Note: To set the VP-3000 series amplifiers, select VP-2122 for VP-3154, VP-2241 for VP-3304, and VP2421 for VP-3504 since these models do not appear on the pull-down menu.
• SP line voltage
This setting is valid when the Amplifier model item above has not been set to "Not used."
Select the speaker line voltage.
Available Settings
100 V (default), 70 V, 50 V
(7) Local input (SX-2100AO only)
• Name
Enter the names of the Local inputs 1 and 2.
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (Default name, for example, AO1-Local In 1
represents the SX-2100AO's Local input 1.)
• Volume (dB)
Select the sound volume levels for the output zones.
Available Settings
0 (default), –1 to –69, –infinity (in 1-dB steps)
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SX-2000CI
(8) Copy and Paste buttons
Pressing the [Copy] button copies all of the on-screen settings except the names preset by default.
Pressing the [Paste] button pastes the copied parameters in the same setting screen of other SX-2000AO
or SX-2100AO selected by Unit number setting item (2).
(9) Back button
Returns to the previous screen.
8.6. SX-2000CI
Make basic configurations for the SX-2000CI Control Input unit.
Clicking on the [SX-2000CI] icon in the system settings screen displays the detail settings screen.
To the next page
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SYSTEM SETTINGS
SX-2000CI
From the previous page
(4)
(1)
(3)
(2)
(1) Name
Click on the box, or press the right or left arrow button to select the target SX-2000CI.
Default name, for example, AO1-CI1 represents the SX-2000CI of Unit No. 1 connected to the SX-2000AO
or SX-2100AO of Unit No.1.
(2) Control input
Enter each name of the control inputs of the SX-2000CI.
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (Default name, for example, AO1-CI-1
represents the Control Input No. 1 of the SX-2000CI connected to the SX-2000AO
or SX-2100AO of Unit No. 1.)
(3) Copy and Paste buttons
Pressing the [Copy] button copies all of the on-screen settings except the names preset by default.
Pressing the [Paste] button pastes the copied parameters in the same setting screen of other SX-2000CI
selected by Name (1).
(4) Back button
Returns to the previous screen.
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SYSTEM SETTINGS
SX-2000CO
8.7. SX-2000CO
Make basic configurations for the SX-2000CO Control Output unit.
Clicking on the [SX-2000CO] icon in the system settings screen displays the detail settings screen.
(4)
(1)
(3)
(2)
(1) Name
Click on the box, or press the right or left arrow button to select the target SX-2000CO.
Default name, for example, AO1-CO2 represents the SX-2000CO of Unit No. 2 connected to the SX2000AO or SX-2100AO of Unit No. 1.
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SX-2000CO
(2) Control output
Enter each name of the control outputs of the SX-2000CO.
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (Default name, for example, AO1-CO-1
represents the Control Output No. 1 of the SX-2000CO connected to the SX2000AO or SX-2100AO of Unit No. 1.)
(3) Copy and Paste buttons
Pressing the [Copy] button copies all of the on-screen settings except the names preset by default.
Pressing the [Paste] button pastes the copied parameters in the same setting screen of other SX-2000CO
selected by Name (1).
(4) Back button
Returns to the previous screen.
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SURVEILLANCE SETTINGS
9. SURVEILLANCE SETTINGS
The surveillance settings screen below is displayed by clicking the [Surveillance settings] button, which
becomes active when the "Surveillance function" is set to "Used" in the Common Settings items of the "Basic
Settings" (p. 29).
(1)
(2)
(3)
(1) Battery check interval
• Start time
Set the battery check start time.
The battery check is performed daily at the set time*.
Note: Surveillance function cannot be performed when "None" is selected.
* When the time set by the SX-2000SM has reached this set time. (Refer to p. 42 "SX-2000SM Time
Settings.")
Available Settings
None (default), 00:00 – 23:00 (in 1-hour steps)
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• Interval
Available Settings
Every 4 hours (default), Every 12 hours, Every 24 hours
(2) Amplifier/speaker surveillance interval (AC-mains failure status)
Set the start time* and interval for the amplifiers' and speaker lines' fault detection.
Note: Surveillance function cannot be performed when "None" is selected.
* When the time set by the SX-2000SM has reached this set time. (Refer to p. 42 "SX-2000SM Time
Settings.")
• Start time
Available Settings
None (default), 00:00 – 23:00 (in 1-hour steps)
• Interval
Available Settings
Every hour (default), Every 6 hours, Every 12 hours, Every 24 hours
(3) Surveillance individual settings
Set each surveillance function to ON or OFF.
Mark the corresponding checkboxes to use this function. (Default: OFF)
Clicking the [All] button sets all the surveillance items within the unit to ON or OFF.
The following statuses are monitored at each surveillance point on the screen. The unit whose surveillance
points are selected checks to see;
DC POWER:
If the normal voltage is applied to both DC Power Input terminals.
SX LINK:
If the SX link cable is connected correctly.
ANALOG LINK:
If the analog link cables are connected correctly.
DS LINK:
If the VX-2000DS or VX-3000DS Emergency Power Supply units are operating
correctly.
Control input:
If the control lines from the external devices are connected or shorted.
Notes
• SX-2100AI's, SX-2000AO's, and SX-2100AO's control input failure cannot be
detected.
• When the surveillance function of the control inputs is set to "ON," the control
inputs can receive no signal and remain in "break" (open) status if the control
lines to the set control inputs are disconnected or shorted.
ANALOG LINK OUT: If the analog link cable is connected correctly.
Note
Uncheck when the cable is not connected to the analog link output terminal.
RM:
If the connected remote microphones is operating correctly, or the cable from the
remote microphones is connected.
CI/CO LINK:
If the SX-2000CI or SX-2000CO is connected correctly.
Amplifier:
If the external amplifiers connected to the SX-2100AO's Amplifier Input terminals
are operating correctly. Amplifier statuses to be checked include amplifier
connection, fuse, and operating temperature. (Refer to p. 146.)
Loudspeaker line:
If the speakers connected to the SX-2100AO's Speaker Connection terminals are
operating correctly.
Note
For the detailed description of Speaker Line Surveillance function, refer to the
separate Installation Manual.
For the correct connection at each surveillance point, refer to the separate Installation Manual,
"Connections."
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PRIORITY SETTINGS
10. PRIORITY SETTINGS
Pressing the [Priority settings] button displays the screen below.
Set input sound source priority levels.
(3)
(1)
(2)
(1) Priority control
Select how to assign priority among multiple input sound sources all set to the same priority level.
Note
The control type cannot be set differently for individual sound sources.
Available Settings
FIFO, LIFO (default)
[When set to FIFO]
• Broadcast not possible to zones where a sound source with a higher priority is already broadcasting.
• Broadcast not possible to zones where a sound source with the same priority is already broadcasting.
• Broadcasts to zones where a sound source with a lower priority is already broadcasting will interrupt and
override that lower priority broadcast.
The original broadcast will resume once the broadcast from the higher priority sound source has finished.
[When set to LIFO]
• Broadcast not possible to zones where a sound source with a higher priority is already broadcasting.
• Broadcasts to zones where a sound source with the same priority is already broadcasting will interrupt
and override that broadcast.
The original broadcast will resume once the broadcast from the higher priority sound source has finished.
• Broadcasts to zones where a sound source with a lower priority is already broadcasting will interrupt and
override that lower priority broadcast.
The original broadcast will resume once the broadcast from the higher priority sound source has finished.
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(2) Priority
Select priority levels. The smaller the number, the higher the
priority level.
The priority range that can be set varies depending on the
types of the sound sources.
Type
Priority
Default
Emergency
1 – 128
Evacuation
129 – 256
150
50
Alert
129 – 256
200
Reset (All clear)
129 – 256
250
General
257 – 512
300
BGM
257 – 512
500
• Emergency: Microphone announcement from the remote microphone of which type is "Emergency" or
set to "Emergency/General."
• Evacuation: EV message broadcast of which type is set to "Evacuation."
• Alert:
EV message broadcast of which type is set to "Alert."
• Reset:
EV message broadcast of which type is set to "Reset."
• General:
General-purpose pattern broadcast from the sound source of which type is set to
"General," and microphone announcement from the remote microphone of which type is
set to "General."
• BGM:
General-purpose pattern broadcast from the sound source of which type is set to "BGM."
Notes
• Here, set the priority level when the BGM sound source is assigned to the general-purpose pattern
broadcast. Priority levels for the "General" and "BGM" to be set here work among general-purpose
sound sources or among BGM sound sources, and do not work between general-purpose sound
sources and BGM sound sources.
• General-purpose sound sources and BGM sound sources are mixed when the BGM sound source is
assigned to the general-purpose pattern broadcast. Volume level of the BGM sound sources can be
attenuated in the "Mixing Setting (p. 53)."
• The priority levels set for BGM sources take effect when the BGM sources are assigned to generalpurpose broadcast patterns. When the BGM sources are assigned to BGM patterns, their priority levels
are made lowest in the system irrespective of their set priority levels.
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(3) Sorting display button
Sorts the displayed sound sources in order from high to low priority levels.
[Sorting display screen]
(4)
(4) Priority settings button
Returns to the Priority setting screen on p. 71.
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PATTERN SETTINGS
11. PATTERN SETTINGS
Pressing the [Pattern settings] button displays the screen below.
There are 7 types of patterns: Output zone patterns, BGM patterns, General broadcast patterns, Control
output patterns, Emergency sequence patterns, Emergency broadcast patterns, and Failure output patterns.
Pattern settings for the Emergency sequence and Emergency broadcast can be selected only when the
"Emergency broadcasting function" has been set to "Used" in the "Basic Settings" (p. 29).
Surveillance settings can be selected only when the "Surveillance function" has been set to "Used" in the
"Basic Settings" (p. 29).
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[Selecting multiple cells]
Multiple cells for each unit or output zone can be selected (or made active) in the setting screens of output
zone patterns, BGM patterns, control output patterns, and failure output patterns. This function helps when a
system requires multiple units' settings.
The example below shows a method to select multiple output zone when 5 SX-2000AO or SX-2100AO units
are used.
• Method to select columns of cells for each output zone number
To select a column of cells in Zone 1, move the mouse pointer onto the circled "Zone 1" cell.
Click it, and the cells of AO1 to AO5 in Zone 1 are all selected.
Note: Clicking the "Zone 1" cell again cancels this selection.
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• Method to select rows of cells for each unit number
To select a row of cells in AO1, move the mouse pointer onto the circled "AO1" cell.
Click it, and the cells of Zone 1 to Zone 8 in AO1 are all selected.
Note: Clicking the "AO1" cell again cancels this selection.
• Method to select all cells
Move the mouse pointer onto the circled upper left cell.
Click it, and all the cells are selected.
Note: Clicking the upper left cell again cancels this selection.
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Output Zone Pattern Settings
11.1. Output Zone Pattern Settings
Clicking the [Output zone] button on the pattern settings screen allows output zone patterns to be set.
By allocating set output zone patterns to various broadcast patterns, broadcasts (General-purpose broadcast,
and Emergency broadcast) can be made to any desired zones.
(4)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(1) Number
Click on the box or press the arrow button to select the output zone pattern number.
Available Settings
1 to 128 (default: 1)
(2) Name
Enter the name of the output zone pattern.
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (default: Zone pattern 1 – 128)
(3) Zone ON/OFF buttons
[When selected]
Click the buttons corresponding to the zones to use.
Tip: For quick selection of multiple cells, refer to p. 75 "Selecting multiple cells."
Available Settings
Colored (selected), Colorless (not selected, default)
(4) Copy and Paste buttons
Pressing the [Copy] button copies all of the on-screen settings except the name preset by default.
Pressing the [Paste] button pastes the copied parameters in the same setting screen of other output zone
pattern selected by Number (1).
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BGM Pattern Settings
11.2. BGM Pattern Settings
Clicking the [BGM] button on the pattern settings screen allows BGM patterns to be set.
(5)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(1) Number
Click on the box or press the arrow button to select the BGM pattern number.
Available Settings
1 to 16 (default: 1)
(2) Name
Set the names of the BGM pattern.
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (default: BGM pattern 1 –16)
(3) Input
Select the Audio Input Unit's input channel name set in "System Settings" (p. 51).
This can be selected when the broadcast "Type" (p. 53) is set to "BGM."
Available Settings
None (default), Set input channel name
(4) Zone ON/OFF buttons
[When selected]
Select the zones to use with the Input (3) above selected.
This allows the input name to be displayed in the box below the output zone
name.
Tip: For quick selection of multiple cells, refer to p. 75 "Selecting multiple
cells."
Available Settings
Colored (selected), Colorless (not selected, default)
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General Broadcast Pattern Settings
(5) Copy and Paste buttons
Pressing the [Copy] button copies all of the on-screen settings except the name preset by default.
Pressing the [Paste] button pastes the copied parameters in the same setting screen of other BGM pattern
selected by Number (1).
11.3. General Broadcast Pattern Settings
Clicking the [General broadcast] button on the pattern settings screen allows General broadcast patterns to be
set.
(6)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(1) Number
Click on the box or press the arrow button to select the general broadcast pattern number.
Available Settings
1 to 128 (default: 1)
(2 Name
Enter the name of the general broadcast pattern.
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (default: General pattern 1 –128)
(3) Input
Select the EV message set for the SX-2000SM in the "System Settings" (p. 46) or the input channel name
set for the SX-2000AI or SX-2100AI in the "System Settings" (p. 51).
This can be selected when the broadcast "Type" (p. 53) is set to "General" or "BGM."
Available Settings
None (default), Set input channel name
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General Broadcast Pattern Settings
(4) Output
Select the General broadcast output zones.
The "Individual zone" or "Zone pattern" broadcast can be selected only when the input name has been set
in (3) Input field.
Available Settings
Individual zone (default), Zone pattern
Selecting the "Zone pattern" allows output zone patterns to be selected.
Available Settings
None (default), Set output zone pattern
(5) Zone ON/OFF buttons
This setting is valid when the "Individual zone" has been selected in (4)
Output field.
If "Zone pattern" has been selected, the zone patterns set in the "Output
Zone Pattern Settings" (p. 77) are displayed.
Available Settings
[When selected]
Colored (selected), Colorless (not selected, default)
(6) Copy and Paste buttons
Pressing the [Copy] button copies all of the on-screen settings except the name preset by default.
Pressing the [Paste] button pastes the copied parameters in the same setting screen of other general
broadcast pattern selected by Number (1).
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Control Output Pattern Settings
11.4. Control Output Pattern Settings
Clicking the [Control output] button on the pattern settings screen allows Control output patterns to be set.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(1) Number
Click on the box or press the arrow button to select the control output pattern number.
Available Settings
1 to 256 (default: 1)
(2) Name
Enter the name of the control output pattern.
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (default: Control output pattern 1 – 256)
(3) Control output ON/OFF buttons
[When selected]
Select the control output terminals to perform control.
Tip
For quick selection of multiple cells, refer to p. 75 "Selecting multiple
cells."
Available Settings
Colored (selected), Colorless (not selected, default)
(4) Copy and Paste buttons
Pressing the [Copy] button copies all of the on-screen settings except the name preset by default.
Pressing the [Paste] button pastes the copied parameters in the same setting screen of other control
output pattern selected by Number (1).
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Emergency Sequence Settings
11.5. Emergency Sequence Settings
Clicking the [Emergency sequence] button on the pattern settings screen allows Emergency sequences to be
set.
(5)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(1) Number
Click on the box or press the arrow button to select the emergency sequence number.
Available Settings
1 to 4 (default: 1)
(2) Name
Enter the name of the emergency sequence.
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (default: Emergency sequence 1 – 4)
(3) Message (Phase 1)
Select the EV Message registered in the SX-2000SM (p. 46) on the System Setting screen.
The selectable EV message type is "Alert" or "Evacuation."
The selected message type is displayed on the right of the message box.
Available Settings
None (default), Set EV messages
(4) Duration (min) (Phase 1)
Select the playback duration of the EV Message to be broadcast repeatedly.
Available Settings
Endless (default), 1 – 20 (minutes)
Note
To register the EV Message in Phases 2 and 3, "Duration" for the preceding phase should be set to a
limited time except "Continuous."
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Emergency Broadcast Pattern Settings
(5) Copy and Paste buttons
Pressing the [Copy] button copies all of the on-screen settings except the name preset by default.
Pressing the [Paste] button pastes the copied parameters in the same setting screen of other emergency
sequence selected by Number (1).
11.6. Emergency Broadcast Pattern Settings
Clicking the [Emergency broadcast] button on the pattern settings screen allows Emergency broadcast
patterns to be set.
(7)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(1) Number
Click on the box or press the arrow button to select the emergency broadcast pattern number.
Available Settings
1 to 128 (default: 1)
(2) Name
Enter the name of the emergency broadcast pattern.
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (default: Emergency pattern 1 – 128)
(3) Sequence
Select the sequence name set in the "Emergency Sequence Settings" (p. 82).
Available Settings
None (default), Set Emergency Sequences
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Emergency Broadcast Pattern Settings
(4) Output
Set the output zone of the EV message in each phase status.
Available Settings
Individual zone, Zone pattern (default)
Selecting the "Individual zone" permits the Audio Output unit's output zone (Individual) to be selected.
Available Settings
None (default), Output zone (Individual)
Selecting the "Zone pattern" permits the output zone pattern name set in the "Output Zone Pattern
Settings" (p. 77) to be selected.
Available Settings
None (default), Output zone (Pattern)
(5) Control output pattern
Select the control output pattern name set in the "Control Output Pattern Settings" (p. 81).
Available Settings
None (default), Set control output patterns
(6) [Same as phase 1], [Same as phase 2] Button
Clicking the [Same as Phase 1] button copies the output zone and control output settings set in Phase 1 to
those boxes in the Phase 2.
Likewise, clicking the [Same as Phase 2] button copies the output zone and control output settings set in
the Phase 2 to those boxes in the Phase 3.
(7) Copy and Paste buttons
Pressing the [Copy] button copies all of the on-screen settings except the name preset by default.
Pressing the [Paste] button pastes the copied parameters in the same setting screen of other emergency
broadcast pattern selected by Number (1).
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Failure Output Pattern Settings
11.7. Failure Output Pattern Settings
Clicking the [Failure output] button on the pattern settings screen allows Failure output patterns to be set.
(6)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Settings made here are operatively associated with the p. 69 "Surveillance Settings."
Select the units or the surveillance target points.
• Selecting the units (Designate the units as factors to activate failure output pattern.)
At least one or more surveillance points must be set to the unit to be selected here to enable Surveillance
function.
This failure output pattern is activated when irregularity is detected at the surveillance points of the selected
unit. Determine the method to activate the set failure output patterns using the "Event Settings (p. 87)."
Characters on each setting button on the screen represent the unit names as shown below.
SM:
AI1:
AI1-RM1:
SX-2000SM
SX-2000AI or SX-2100AI with device No. set to "1."
RM-200SF and RM-210, RM-200S and RM-210, or RM-200SA and
RM-210 connected to AI1's Input 1.
AI1-RM2:
RM-200SF and RM-210, RM-200S and RM-210, or RM-200SA and
RM-210 connected to AI1's Input 2.
AO1:
SX-2000AO or SX-2100AO with Unit No. set to "1," and its connected
SX-2000CI and SX-2000CO.
AO1-ZONE 1 in Amplifier item:
External amplifier connected to the Amplifier Input terminal of AO1 used
for Zone 1.
AO1-ZONE 1 in Loudspeaker item: Speakers connected to the Speaker Connection terminals of AO1 used
for Zone 1.
• Selecting the surveillance target points (Designate the surveillance target points as factors to
activate failure output pattern.)
Each setting button in the "System failure" becomes active when the following surveillance points are marked
in any one of the units within the system in the "Surveillance Settings (p. 69)."
This failure output pattern is activated when irregularity is detected at the selected surveillance points set to
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Failure Output Pattern Settings
any one of the units within the system.
Determine the method to activate the failure output patterns using the "Event Settings (p. 87)."
Each setting button on the screen represents the surveillance points as shown below.
DC POWER: DC power of the SX-2000SM, SX-2000AI, SX-2100AI, SX-2000AO, SX-2100AO, SX-2000CI,
or SX-2000CO
DC FUSE*: Fuse inside the amplifier connected to the SX-2100AO
DS LINK:
DS link of the SX-2000SM and SX-2100AO
SX LINK:
SX link of the SX-2000SM, SX-2000AI, SX-2100AI, SX-2000AO, and SX-2100AO
RM LINK:
RM link of the remote microphone connected to the SX-2000AI or SX-2100AI
* DC FUSE setting button becomes active when the "Amplifier" checkbox is marked in the "Surveillance
Settings (p. 69)."
(1) Number
Click on the box or press the arrow button to select the failure output pattern number.
Available Settings
1 to 256 (default: 1)
(2) Name
Enter the names of the failure output pattern.
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (default: Failure output pattern 1 – 256)
(3) Failure detection units or surveillance target points settings
Select the units or surveillance target points as factors to activate failure
output patterns.
Tip
For quick selection of multiple cells, refer to p. 75 "Selecting multiple
cells."
Available Settings
[When selected]
Colored (Selected), Colorless (Not selected, default)
(4) External failure input
This function is available when the "External failure input" (p. 97) is set to the control input terminals of the
SX-2000SM, SX-2100AI, SX-2000AO, SX-2100AO, and SX-2000CI.
Note
Use the Event of each unit in the "Event Settings" to set the function to the control input terminals.
For details, refer to pages 101 – 119.
Available Settings
None (default), External failure input terminals set in the "Event Settings."
(5) Failure status output
Set the control output pattern to be output when the set failure output pattern has occurred.
This setting item is valid when at least one surveillance target point is selected in the item (3).
Available Settings
None (default), Set control output patterns
(6) Copy and Paste buttons
Pressing the [Copy] button copies all of the on-screen settings except the name preset by default.
Pressing the [Paste] button pastes the copied parameters in the same setting screen of other failure output
pattern selected by Number (1).
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12. EVENT SETTINGS
Pressing the [Event settings] button displays the screen below.
Set System event, and assign functions to the Control input terminals of the SM, AI, AO, and CI, Function
keys of the AI, AO, and RM, and Channel keys of the AI and AO.
Note
"SM" represents SX-2000SM, "AI" SX-2000AI and SX-2100AI, "AO" SX-2000AO and SX-2100AO, "CI" SX2000CI, and "RM" RM-200SF, RM-200S, RM-200SA, and RM-210.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
Pressing each button (1 – 6) displays the corresponding setting screen.
(1) System event button
Set control output patterns when the system is in
emergency and power failure modes.
(Refer to p. 100.)
(4) AO event button
Set functions to be assigned to the control input
terminals, and Function and Channel keys of the
SX-2000AO and SX-2100AO. (Refer to p. 109.)
(2) SM event button
Set functions to be assigned to the SX-2000SM's
control input terminals. (Refer to p. 101.)
(5) RM event button
Set functions to be assigned to the keys of the
RM-200SF, RM-200S, RM-200SA, and RM-210.
(Refer to p. 112.)
(3) AI event button
Set functions to be assigned to the control input
terminals (SX-2100AI only), and Function and
Channel keys of the SX-2000AI and SX-2100AI.
(Refer to p. 105.)
(6) CI event button
Set functions to be assigned to the SX-2000CI's
control input terminals. (Refer to p. 119.)
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Assignable Functions and Explanations
12.1. Assignable Functions and Explanations
Assigned to
Control input terminals
SX-2000SM
Function
SX-2100AI
SX-2000AO
SX-2100AO
SX-2000CI
Function keys Channel keys
SX-2000AI
SX-2100AI
SX-2000AO
SX-2100AO
SX-2000AI
SX-2100AI
SX-2000AO
SX-2100AO
RM keys
RM-200SF
RM-200S
RM-200SA
RM-210*1
Reference
page
General broadcast
P. 90
General broadcast (Level)
P. 90
General broadcast (Pulse)
P. 91
BGM pattern change/end
P. 92
Zone volume adjustment
(Pulse)
P. 93
Zone volume attenuation
(Level)
P. 93
Time adjustment
P. 93
Emergency broadcast
pattern start*2
*2
P. 94
Emergency broadcast
pattern stop*2
*2
P. 94
Emergency sequence
stop*2
*2
P. 94
Emergency sequence
phase shift*2
*2
P. 94
Emergency reset*2
*2
P. 94
Failure output receipt*3
Failure output reset*3
External failure input*3
P. 97
RM broadcast status
P. 98
General EV broadcast
P. 99
Channel ON/OFF
Zone selection (Pattern)
Zone selection (Individual)
Zone selection clear
Lamp test
*4
*1 Assignable functions to the RM-210 differ depending on the type of remote microphone the RM-210 is connected to.
The same functions as those assigned to the remote microphone (RM-200SF, RM-200SA, or RM-200S) can be
assigned to the RM-210.
*2 These functions are available for the control input terminals and RM-200SF when the emergency broadcasting
function is set to "Used" in the "Basic Settings."
In addition to this setting, for the RM-200SA, these functions are available when its type is set to "Emergency/General"
in the "System Settings." For the RM-200S, these functions are unavailable, regardless of whether or not the above
settings are performed.
*3 These functions are available when the surveillance function is set to "Used" in the "Basic Settings."
*4 This function cannot be assigned to the RM-200S.
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Assignable Functions and Explanations
• General broadcast:
Activates general-purpose pattern broadcast using the key.
(Refer to p. 90.)
• General broadcast (Level):
Activates general pattern broadcasts using the control input (Level).
(Refer to p. 90.)
• General broadcast (Pulse):
Activates general pattern broadcasts using the control input (Pulse).
(Refer to p. 91.)
• BGM pattern change/end:
Activates or ends BGM pattern broadcast using the key or control
input. (Refer to p. 92.)
• Zone volume adjustment (Pulse):
Adjusts the volume level of the zone output pattern using the key or
control input (Pulse). (Refer to p. 93.)
• Zone volume attenuation (Level):
Decreases volume level of the zone output pattern using the key or
control input (Level). (Refer to p. 93.)
• Time adjustment:
Zero-adjusts the SX-2000SM's internal clock. (Refer to p. 93.)
• Emergency broadcast pattern start:
Activates the emergency broadcast pattern using the key or control
input. (Refer to p. 94.)
• Emergency broadcast pattern stop:
Stops the activated emergency broadcast pattern using the key or
control input. (Refer to p. 94.)
• Emergency sequence stop:
Stops the activated all emergency broadcast patterns which include
the designated emergency sequence using the key or control input.
(Refer to p. 94.)
• Emergency sequence phase shift:
Shifts the phase in progress to the next phase in the emergency
broadcast pattern's sequence using the key or control input.
(Refer to p. 94.)
• Emergency reset:
Terminates the emergency broadcast state using the key or control
input, and returns the system to the normal state. (Refer to p. 94.)
• Failure output receipt:
Receives the activated failure output pattern using the key or control
input. When this function is assigned to the control input, any activated
failure pattern in the system can be acknowledged by the control
input, while when assigned to the remote microphone's key, only the
activated specific failure pattern can be acknowledged by the key.
(See the separate Operating Instructions, "Operation.")
• Failure output reset:
Resets all fault state in the system using the key or control input.
(See the separate Operating Instructions, "Operation.")
• External failure input:
Accepts an external failure state. (Refer to p. 97.)
• RM broadcast status:
Displays the current broadcast status of other remote microphone(s)
on the remote microphone's function key. (Refer to p. 98.)
• General EV broadcast:
Calls up the EV message from the remote microphone's function key
for broadcast. (Refer to p. 99.)
• Channel ON/OFF:
Turns the channel ON or OFF.
• Zone selection (Pattern):
Selects the Remote Microphone announcement zones using the
patterns. (See the separate Operating Instructions, "Operation.")
• Zone selection (Individual):
Selects each SX-2000AO's or SX-2100AO's channel through which
Remote Microphone announcements are output.
(See the separate Operating Instructions, "Operation.")
• Zone selection clear:
Resets zones being selected by the Remote Microphone.
• Lamp test:
Performs the lamp test of the RM-200SF's of RM-200SA's indicators.
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Function Description
12.2. Function Description
12.2.1. General-purpose pattern broadcasts, General-purpose pattern broadcasts (Level)
When different control inputs turn ON, general-purpose pattern broadcasts activated by each control
input* are made simultaneously.
ON
Control input 1
(General-purpose pattern: 1, Control output pattern: 1)
ON
Control input 2
(General-purpose pattern: 2, Control output pattern: 2)
Broadcast of general-purpose pattern 1
Control output pattern 1: ON
Broadcast of general-purpose pattern 2
Control output pattern 2: ON
Control outputs overlapping in control output patterns 1 and 2
continue ON during this period.
General-purpose patterns and control output patterns in the above example operate as follows:
• Example of general-purpose pattern operation
General-purpose pattern 1 activated when control input 1 is ON continues until control input 1 turns OFF.
General-purpose pattern 2 activated when control input 2 is ON continues until control input 2 turns OFF.
• Example of control output operation
Control output pattern 1 activated when control input 1 is ON continues until control input 1 turns OFF.
Control output pattern 2 activated when control input 2 is ON continues until control input 2 turns OFF.
The state of control outputs overlapping in control output patterns 1 and 2 continues during the period from
the time control input 1 turns ON until control input 2 turns OFF. (OR logic output)
* This timing chart also applies when general-purpose pattern broadcasts are activated by the function keys or
channel keys of the SX-2000AI, SX-2100AI, SX-2000AO, or SX-2100AO, or the function keys of the RM200SF, RM-200S, RM-200SA, or RM-210.
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Function Description
12.2.2. General-purpose pattern broadcasts (Pulse)
When different control inputs turn ON, general-purpose pattern broadcasts activated by each control
input* are made simultaneously.
ON
OFF
Control input 1
(General-purpose pattern: 1, Control output pattern: 1)
ON
OFF
Control input 2
(General-purpose pattern: 2, Control output pattern: 2)
Broadcast of general-purpose pattern 1
Control output pattern 1: ON
Broadcast of general-purpose pattern 2
Control output pattern 2: ON
Control outputs overlapping in control output patterns 1 and 2
continue ON during this period.
General-purpose patterns and control output patterns in the above example operate as follows:
• Example of general-purpose pattern operation
General-purpose pattern 1 activated when control input 1 is ON continues until control input 1 turns OFF.
General-purpose pattern 2 activated when control input 2 is ON continues until control input 2 turns OFF.
• Example of control output operation
Control output pattern 1 activated when control input 1 is ON continues until control input 1 turns OFF.
Control output pattern 2 activated when control input 2 is ON continues until control input 2 turns OFF.
The state of control outputs overlapping in control output patterns 1 and 2 continues during the period from
the time control input 1 turns ON until control input 2 turns OFF. (OR logic output)
* Settings can be performed only for the control input of the SX-2000SM, SX-2100AI, SX-2000AO, SX-2100AO
and SX-2000CI.
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Function Description
12.2.3. BGM pattern change/end
BGM pattern (control output pattern) broadcasts can be switched by control input*.
ON
Contorl Input 1
(BGM pattern:1, control output pattern: 1)
ON
Contorl Input 2
(BGM pattern: 2, control output pattern: None)
ON
Contorl Input 3
(BGM pattern: End)
BGM pattern: 1
Control output pattern: 1
BGM pattern: 2
Control output pattern: None
BGM pattern end
Operation of the BGM pattern and the control output pattern in the above example is as follows:
• Example of BGM pattern operation
BGM pattern 1 activated by Control Input 1 is switched to BGM pattern 2 by Control Input 2.
• Example of control output operation
The state of the control output (control output assigned by Control Output Pattern 1) activated by Control
Input 1 is turned OFF by "Control output pattern: None" activated by Control Input 2.
* The timing chart also applies when BGM pattern broadcasts are changed by the function keys of the SX2000AI, SX-2100AI, SX-2000AO, or SX-2100AO, or the function keys of the RM-200SF, RM-200S, RM200SA, or RM-210.
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Function Description
12.2.4. Control signal for adjusting volume
This function changes the volume of broadcasts currently in progress.
Either a pulse or level signal can be selected as the signal to change the volume.
Pulse signal: Each time the control input is turned ON, the volume increases or decreases by the set
amount.
Level signal: While the control terminal is ON, the volume is attenuated by the set amount. After the control
input is turned OFF, the volume returns to the original level.
• Example of Pulse signal-operated volume change
ON
• Example of Level signal-operated volume change
ON
ON
Control input
Control input
Broadcast
volume
Broadcast
volume
Amount of
volume change
Amount of
volume change
Amount of
volume change
12.2.5. Time adjustment
This function permits the system to receive time correction signal from a master or wave clock to correct the
system's time in ±30 seconds units.
The time correction is performed by the timing of a pulse rising edge.
ON
Control input
±30 seconds correction
Time is corrected as follows:
• When time is from 0 to 29 seconds, it is corrected to 0 second.
(Example) When the SX-2000SM's time is 07:15:15, it is corrected to 07:15:00.
• When time is from 30 to 59 seconds, it is corrected to +1 minute, 0 second.
(Example) When the SX-2000SM's time is 07:15:45, it is corrected to 07:16:00.
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Function Description
12.2.6. Emergency broadcast
Emergency broadcast pattern can be started or stopped, sequence phase can be shifted within the pattern,
and emergency broadcast status can be reset to normal broadcast status via control input.
[Setting Example]
Perform settings for each item as follows in advance.
• EV message settings
EV message 1
EV message 2
EV message 3
Message name
Type
Message name
Type
Message name
Type
EV1
Alert
EV2
Evacuation
EV3
Alert
EV message 4
EV message 5
Message name
Type
Message name
Type
EV4
Evacuation
EV5
Reset
• Emergency sequence settings
Emergency
sequence 1
Emergency
sequence 2
Phase 1
Phase 2
EV message 1, 5-minute broadcast
EV message 2, Continuous broadcast
Phase 1
Phase 2
EV message 3, 5-minute broadcast
Phase 3
Phase 3
EV message 4, Continuous broadcast
Note: Phase 3 is not set in this example.
• Emergency broadcast pattern settings
Phase 1
Emergency
sequence 1
Emergency broadcast
pattern 1
EV message 1,
5-minute broadcast
EV message 2,
Continuous broadcast
Output zone
Output zone pattern 1
Output zone pattern 2
Control output
pattern
Control output pattern 1
Control output pattern 2
Phase 1
Phase 2
Emergency
sequence 2
Emergency broadcast
pattern 2
EV message 3,
5-minute broadcast
EV message 4,
Continuous broadcast
Output zone
Output zone pattern 3
Output zone pattern 4
Control output
pattern
Control output pattern 3
Control output pattern 4
Phase 1
Phase 2
Emergency
sequence 1
Emergency broadcast
pattern 3
Phase 2
EV message 1,
5-minute broadcast
EV message 2,
Continuous broadcast
Output zone
Output zone pattern 5
Output zone pattern 6
Control output
pattern
Control output pattern 5
Control output pattern 6
• Control input settings
Control input 1: Emergency broadcast pattern 1 start
Control input 2: Emergency broadcast pattern 2 start
Control input 3: Emergency broadcast pattern 3 start
Control input 4: Emergency broadcast pattern 1 stop
Control input 5: Emergency sequence 1 phase shift
Control input 6: Emergency sequence 1 stop
Control input 7: Emergency reset (EV5 playback)
Phase 3
Phase 3
Phase 3
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Function Description
[Operation example 1]
ON
Control input 1
(Emergency broadcast pattern 1 start)
ON
Control input 4
(Emergency broadcast pattern 1 stop)
ON
Control input 7
(Emergency reset)
"EV1" is broadcast to the
zones assigned to the
output zone pattern 1 for
5 minutes.
Control output pattern 1: ON
(Phase 1)
Broadcast status
"EV2" is broadcast
continuously to the zones
assigned to the output zone
pattern 2.
Control output pattern 2: ON
"EV5" is broadcast to
the zones assigned to
the output zone
patterns 1 and 2.
(Phase 2)
(Emergency reset)
Emergency
Normal
Operations in this example are as follows.
• Phase 1 automatically shifts to Phase 2 when the preset time has elapsed.
• EV message "EV2" set to "Continuous broadcast" stops with the control input 4 ("Emergency broadcast
pattern 1 stop" signal) or the control input 7 ("Emergency reset" signal).
• Emergency broadcast status continues even if the emergency broadcast pattern stops. It will return to
normal broadcast status after Reset EV message is broadcast by the control input 7 ("Emergency Reset"
signal).
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Function Description
[Operation example 2]
ON
Control input 1
(Emergency broadcast pattern 1 start)
ON
Control input 2
(Emergency broadcast pattern 2 start)
ON
Control input 3
(Emergency broadcast pattern 3 start)
ON
Control input 5
(Emergency sequence 1 phase shift)
ON
Control input 6
(Emergency sequence 1 stop)
ON
Control input 7
(Emergency reset)
"EV1" is broadcast to the
zones assigned to the
output zone pattern 1.
Control output pattern 1:
ON
(Emergency broadcast
pattern 1, Phase 1)
"EV2" is broadcast
continuously to the zones
assigned to the output
zone pattern 2.
Control output pattern 2:
ON
(Emergency broadcast
pattern 1, Phase 2)
"EV3" is broadcast to the
zones assigned to the
output zone pattern 3 for
5 minutes.
Control output pattern 3:
ON
"EV4" is broadcast
continuously to the zones
assigned to the output
zone pattern 4.
Control output pattern 4:
ON
(Emergency broadcast
pattern 2, Phase 1)
(Emergency broadcast
pattern 2, Phase 2)
"EV1" is broadcast to the
zones assigned to the
output zone pattern 5.
Control output pattern 5:
ON
"EV2" is broadcast
continuously to the output
zones assigned to the
output zone pattern 6.
Control output pattern 6:
ON
(Emergency broadcast
pattern 3, Phase 1)
(Emergency broadcast
pattern 3, Phase 2)
Emergency
Emergency
Broadcast status
"EV5" is broadcast to
the zones assigned to
the out zone patterns 1
and 2.
(Emergency reset)
"EV5" is broadcast to
the zones assigned to
the output zone
patterns 3 and 4.
(Emergency reset)
"EV5" is broadcast to
the zones assigned to
the output zone
patterns 5 and 6.
(Emergency reset)
Normal
Note
When the zone output patterns in the phases of both emergency broadcast patterns 1, 2,
and 3 include the same zone(s), the emergency broadcast pattern with higher-priority EV
message has precedence if both broadcasts to the same zone(s) overlap.
Operations in this example are as follows.
• Phase 1 shifts to Phase 2 with the control input 5 ("Emergency sequence 1 phase shift" signal) before the
Phase 1 broadcast ends.
• All emergency broadcast patterns including the same Emergency sequence 1 stop with the control input 6
("Emergency sequence 1 stop" signal).
• All emergency broadcast patterns stop with the control input 7 ("Emergency reset" signal). The status will
return to normal broadcast status after Reset EV message is broadcast to all the zones where Emergency
broadcast pattern was broadcast.
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Function Description
12.2.7. External failure input
Failure status of the external equipment can be accepted. Match the settings of the external failure input with
type of a failure signal from the external equipment to "make" (close) or "break" (open).
The failure pattern to which the external failure input is assigned is activated when an external failure signal is
input.
[Example when being "make" at the time of external equipment's failure]
ON
Control input 1
(External failure input, judges failure with make contact)
ON
Failure pattern 1
(Failure status output: Control output pattern 1)
Control output pattern 1: ON
Note
As for which conditions lead the external device into fault status, refer to the manual enclosed with that device.
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Function Description
12.2.8. RM broadcast status
This function displays the current broadcast status of other remote microphones on the function key of the
enabled remote microphone.
[Operation example]
System manager SX-2000SM
Audio input unit SX-2100AI
SW-HUB
Remote microphone 1
Audio output unit SX-2000AO
Remote microphone 2
In this example, Remote Microphone 1's broadcast status is set on Remote Microphone 2's Function key 1.
Start Remote Microphone 1 broadcast.
The broadcast status indicator set for Remote Microphone 2's
Function key 1 continues to light yellow while Remote
Microphone 1 is broadcasting.
Lights yellow
The broadcast status indicator on Remote Microphone 2 goes
off after Remote Microphone 1 broadcast is completed.
Goes off
Function key 1
Function key 1
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Function Description
12.2.9. General EV broadcasts
General EV messages can be broadcast over the desired zone(s) by pressing the remote microphone's
function key.
When making general EV broadcasts from equipment other than the remote microphone, select "Pattern
Settings
General Broadcast Pattern Settings" (p. 79) to create the general broadcast pattern using the
general EV message, then assign the pattern to each function key or control input in the "Event Settings"
(p. 87).
General EV broadcast operations change as follows depending on the "Playback method settings" (p. 49)
selected by clicking "System Settings
SX-2000SM."
[EV message setting examples]
EV Message 1
EV Message 2
Playback method
Once
Endless
• EV Message 1: When the "Playback method" is set to "Once"
The EV message ends after being broadcast once.
Pressing the remote microphone's function key during EV message playback causes the general EV
broadcast to end.
ON
Function key 1
(EV Message 1)
EV Message 1 broadcast
Playback method: Once
• EV Message 2: When the "Playback method" is set to "Endless"
The general EV broadcast continues to play repeatedly until the remote microphone's function key is
pressed.
ON
ON
Function key 2
(EV Message 2)
EV Message 2 broadcast
Playback method: Endless
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System Event Settings
12.3. System Event Settings
Set control output patterns in each state of the system.
Pressing the [System event] button on the Event Settings screen displays the System event settings screen.
(1)
(2)
(1) Control output pattern of emergency status
Select the control output pattern to be generated when the SX-2000 system is in an emergency broadcast
condition.
Available Settings
None (default), Set Control Output Pattern
Note
This function is available only when the Emergency broadcasting
function is set to "Used" in the "Basic Settings."
If "Not used" has been selected for the Emergency broadcasting
function, the screen at right is displayed, and it is not possible to
select the control output patterns.
(2) Control output pattern of AC-mains failure status
Select the control output pattern to be generated when the SX-2000 system is battery operated.
Available Settings
None (default), Set Control Output Pattern
Note
This function is available only when the Surveillance function is
set to "Used" in the "Basic Settings" (p. 29).
If "Not used" has been selected for the Surveillance function,
the screen at right is displayed, and it is not possible to select
the control output patterns.
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SM Event Settings
12.4. SM Event Settings
Assign functions to the SX-2000SM's control inputs.
Clicking the [SM event] button on the Event Settings screen displays the SM event settings screen.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(1) Name
Enter each name of the SX-2000SM's control inputs.
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (Default name, for example, SM-CIN1
represents the SX-2000SM's Control input No. 1.)
(2) Function
Select functions for the control inputs.
If the selected function needs particular settings, they are displayed on the "Contents."
Available Settings
None (default), General broadcast (Pulse)*, General broadcast (Level)*, BGM
pattern change/end*, Zone volume adjustment (Pulse)*, Zone volume attenuation
(Level)*, Time adjustment
* Corresponding patterns must be created in advance to select these items.
Notes
• Following functions can be selected when the Emergency broadcasting function
is set to "Used" in the "Basic Settings."
Emergency broadcast pattern start, Emergency broadcast pattern stop,
Emergency sequence stop, Emergency sequence phase shift,
Emergency reset
• Following functions can be selected when the Surveillance function is set to
"Used" in the "Basic Settings."
Failure output receipt, Failure output reset, External failure input
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SM Event Settings
[ If "General broadcast (Level)" is selected for "Function" ]
(3) Contents (left side)
Select the general broadcast pattern to be activated by the control input.
Set the broadcast pattern using "Pattern settings
General broadcast pattern settings" (p. 79).
Setting the broadcast pattern to "None" and "Control output pattern" (next item) permits only the control
output to be operated in synchronization with the control input.
Available Settings
None (default), Set general broadcast pattern
(4) Contents (right side)
Select the control output pattern that operates in synchronization with the control input.
Set the control output pattern using "Pattern settings
Control output pattern settings" (p. 81).
Available Settings
None (default), Set control output pattern
[ If "General broadcast (Pulse)" is selected for "Function" ]
(3) Contents (left side)
Select the general broadcast pattern to be activated by the control input.
Set the broadcast pattern using "Pattern settings
General broadcast pattern settings" (p. 79).
Setting the broadcast pattern to "None" and "Control output pattern" (next item) permits only the control
output to be operated in synchronization with the control input.
Available Settings
None (default), Set general broadcast pattern
(4) Contents (right side)
Select the control output pattern that operates in synchronization with the control input.
Set the control output pattern using "Pattern settings
Control output pattern settings" (p. 81).
Available Settings
None (default), Set control output pattern
[ If "BGM pattern change/end" is selected for "Function" ]
(3) Contents (left side)
Select the BGM broadcast pattern to be activated by the control input.
Set the broadcast pattern using "Pattern settings
BGM pattern settings" (p. 78).
If the broadcast pattern is set to "End," then it is not possible to set "Control output pattern" (next item).
Available Settings
End (default), Set BGM broadcast pattern
(4) Contents (right side)
Select the control output pattern that operates in synchronization with the control input.
Set the control output pattern using "Pattern settings
Control output pattern settings" (p. 81).
Available Settings
None (default), Set control output pattern
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SM Event Settings
[ If "Zone volume adjustment (Pulse)" is selected for "Function" ]
(3) Contents (left side)
Select the output zone pattern of which sound volume is to be adjusted.
If the output zone is set to "End," it is not possible to set "Volume level increment/decrement" (next item).
Available Settings
End (default), Set output zone pattern
(4) Contents (right side)
Adjust the amount to increase or decrease the sound volume level of the output zone pattern.
Available Settings
0 dB (default), –10 to +10 dB (in 1-dB steps)
[ If "Zone volume attenuate (Level)" is selected for "Function" ]
(3) Contents (left side)
Select the output zone pattern of which sound volume is to be attenuated.
If the output zone is set to "End," it is not possible to set "Attenuation" (next item).
Available Settings
End (default), Set output zone pattern
(4) Contents (right side)
Select the attenuation level.
Available Settings
–1 dB, –2 dB, –3 dB, –6 dB, –10 dB, –20 dB, (default), –40 dB, –infinity dB
[ If "Emergency broadcast pattern start" is selected for "Function" ]
(3) Contents (left side)
Select the emergency broadcast pattern to be activated by the control input.
Set the emergency broadcast pattern using "Pattern settings
Emergency broadcast pattern settings"
(p. 83).
Available Settings
None (default), Set emergency broadcast pattern
[ If "Emergency broadcast pattern stop" is selected for "Function" ]
(3) Contents (left side)
Select the emergency broadcast pattern to be stopped by the control input.
Set the emergency broadcast pattern using "Pattern settings
Emergency broadcast pattern settings"
(p. 83).
Available Settings
Set emergency broadcast pattern (default: Pattern 1)
[ If "Emergency sequence stop" is selected for "Function" ]
(3) Contents (left side)
Select the emergency sequence to be stopped by the control input.
Set the emergency sequence using "Pattern settings
Emergency sequence settings" (p. 82).
Available Settings
Set emergency sequence (default: Sequence 1)
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SM Event Settings
[ If "Emergency sequence phase shift" is selected for "Function" ]
(3) Contents (left side)
Select the emergency sequence to be shifted to by the control input.
Set the emergency sequence using "Pattern settings
Emergency sequence settings" (p. 82).
Available Settings
Set emergency sequence (default: Sequence 1)
[ If "Emergency reset" is selected for "Function" ]
(3) Contents (left side)
Select the EV message (Type: Reset) to be broadcast by the control input.
Set the EV message using "System settings
System Manager
EV Message" (p. 45).
Setting the EV message to "None" and "Control output pattern" (next item) permits only the control output
to be operated in synchronization with the control input.
Available Settings
None (default), Set emergency broadcast pattern
(4) Contents (right side)
Select the control output pattern that operates in synchronization with the control input.
Set the control output pattern using "Pattern settings
Control output pattern settings" (p. 81).
Available Settings
None (default), Set control output pattern
[ If "External failure input" is selected for "Function"]
(3) Contents (left side)
Select the type of contact input to judge to be a failure.
Note
Assigning this function to a control input terminal enables this terminal to be selected in the "External
failure input" item on the "Failure output pattern settings" screen (p. 85).
Available Settings
Break (default), Make
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AI Event Settings
12.5. AI Event Settings
Assign functions to the Function keys, Channel keys, and control inputs of the SX-2100AI and SX-2000AI.
Clicking the [AI event] button on the Event Settings screen displays the AI event settings screen.
(1)
(3)
(2)
(4)
(5)
(1) Unit number
Click on the box, or press the arrow button to select the desired SX-2000AI or SX-2100AI.
(2) Copy and Paste buttons
Pressing the [Copy] button copies all of the on-screen settings except the names preset by default.
Pressing the [Paste] button pastes the copied parameters in the same setting screen of other SX-2000AI
or SX-2100AI selected by Unit number setting item (1).
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AI Event Settings
(3) Function key
• Name
Enter the names of the function keys on the SX-2000AI's or SX-2100AI's front panel.
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (Default name, for example, AI1-FKEY1
represents the Function key No. 1 of Unit No.1's SX-2000AI or SX2100AI.)
• Function
Select functions to be assigned to the function keys on the SX-2000AI's or SX-2100AI's front panel.
If the selected function needs particular settings, they are displayed on the "contents."
Available Settings
None (default), General broadcast, BGM pattern change/end
[ If "General broadcast" is selected for "Function" ]
• Contents (left side)
Select the general broadcast pattern to be assigned to the function keys on the SX-2000AI's or SX2100AI's front panel.
Set the broadcast pattern using "Pattern settings
General broadcast pattern settings" (p. 79).
Setting the broadcast pattern to "None" and "Control output pattern" (next item) permits only the control
output to be operated in synchronization with the control input.
Available Settings
None (default), Set general broadcast pattern
• Contents (right side)
Select the control output that operates in synchronization with the function keys on the SX-2000AI's or
SX-2100AI's front panel.
Set the control output pattern using "Pattern settings
Control output pattern settings" (p. 81).
Available Settings
None (default), Set control output pattern
[ If "BGM pattern change/end" is selected for "Function" ]
• Contents (left side)
Select the BGM broadcast pattern to be assigned to the function keys on the SX-2000AI's or SX2100AI's front panel.
Set the BGM pattern using "Pattern settings
BGM pattern settings" (p. 78).
If the broadcast pattern is set to "End," then it is not possible to set "Control output pattern" (next item).
Available Settings
End (default), Set BGM broadcast pattern
• Contents (right side)
Select the control output that operates in synchronization with the function keys on the SX-2000AI's or
SX-2100AI's front panel.
Set the control output pattern using "Pattern settings
Control output pattern settings" (p. 81).
Available Settings
None (default), Set control output pattern
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AI Event Settings
(4) Channel key
• Name
Enter the names of the channel keys on the SX-2000AI's or SX-2100AI's front panel.
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (Default name, for example, AI1-CHKEY1
represents the Channel key No.1 of Unit No.1's SX-2000AI or SX2100AI.)
• Function
Select functions to be assigned to the channel keys on the SX-2000AI's or SX-2100AI's front panel.
If the selected function needs particular settings, they are displayed on the "contents."
Available Settings
None, General broadcast, Channel ON/OFF (default)
[ If "General broadcast" is selected for "Function" ]
• Contents (left side)
Select the general broadcast pattern to be assigned to the channel keys on the SX-2000AI's or SX2100AI's front panel.
Set the broadcast pattern using "Pattern settings
General broadcast pattern settings" (p. 79).
Setting the broadcast pattern to "None" and "Control output pattern" (next item) permits only the control
output to be operated in synchronization with the control input.
Available Settings
None (default), Set general broadcast pattern
• Contents (right side)
Select the control output that operates in synchronization with the channel keys on the SX-2000AI's or
SX-2100AI's front panel.
Set the control output pattern using "Pattern settings
Control output pattern settings" (p. 81).
Available Settings
None (default), Set control output pattern
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AI Event Settings
(5) Control input (SX-2100AI only)
Set the functions to be assigned to the control inputs of the SX-2100AI.
The setting procedures are the same as those described in SM Event settings (Function allocations to the
SX-2000SM's control inputs) on p. 101.
But it is not possible to assign "Time adjustment" function to the control inputs.
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AO Event Settings
12.6. AO Event Settings
Assign functions to the Function keys, Channel keys, and control inputs of the SX-2000AO and SX-2100AO,
and local control inputs of the SX-2100AO.
Clicking the [AO event] button on the Event Settings screen displays the AO event settings screen.
(1)
(3)
(2)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(1) Unit number
Click on the box, or press the right arrow button (increment) or left arrow button (decrement) to select the
unit ID number.
(2) Copy and Paste buttons
Pressing the [Copy] button copies all of the on-screen settings except the names preset by default.
Pressing the [Paste] button pastes the copied parameters in the same setting screen of other SX-2000AO
or SX-2100AO selected by Unit number setting item (1).
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AO Event Settings
(3) Function key
Set the names and functions to be assigned to the function keys of the SX-2000AO or SX-2100AO.
The setting procedures are the same as those described in AI Event settings (Function allocations to the
Function keys on the SX-2000AI and SX-2100AI).
(4) Channel key
Set the names and functions to be assigned to the channel keys of the SX-2000AO or SX-2100AO.
The setting procedures are the same as those described in AI Event settings (Function allocations to the
Channel keys on the SX-2000AI and SX-2100AI).
(5) Control input
Set the names and functions to be assigned to the control inputs of the SX-2000AO or SX-2100AO.
The setting procedures are the same as those described in SM Event settings (Function allocations to the
control inputs of the SX-2000SM).
But it is not possible to assign "Time adjustment" function to the control inputs.
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AO Event Settings
(6) Local control input (SX-2100AO only)
• Checkboxes for zones used
Click the buttons corresponding to the zones to use.
Local Input 1 priority is set to be higher than Local Input 2 and lower than BGM and general broadcast
sound sources. Making an emergency broadcast over part of the zones used for local broadcast finishes
the local broadcast in the entire zone.
Available Settings
Colored (selected), Colorless (not selected, default)
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RM Event Settings
12.7. RM Event Settings
Set the functions to be assigned to the Covered keys and Function keys on the RM-200SF, RM-200S, and
RM-200SA, and the Function keys on RM-210.
Clicking the [RM event] button on the Event Settings screen displays the RM event settings screen.
(1)
(2)
(1) Unit name
Click on the box or press the arrow button to select the desired RM-200SF, RM-200S, or RM-200SA.
Function keys of the RM-210 are also displayed on the screen when the remote microphone to which the
RM-210 is connected is selected.
See "System Settings
RM-200SF, RM-200S, and RM-200SA
Number of RM-210 units" on p. 56 and
p. 60.
(2) Copy and Paste buttons
Pressing the [Copy] button copies all of the on-screen settings except the names preset by default.
Pressing the [Paste] button pastes the copied parameters in the same setting screen of other RM-200SF,
RM-200S, or RM-200SA selected by Unit number setting item (1).
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RM Event Settings (RM-200SF)
12.7.1. RM-200SF
When the remote microphone selected from the "Name" pull-down menu is the RM-200SF, its setting screen
below is displayed.
(1)
RM-200SF top
RM-200SF
FIREMAN'S MICROPHONE
MIC
SP
CPU
OFF
ON
(2)
Emergency key
EMG
(3)
(4)
RM-210 top
Function keys
SYS1
SYS2
SYS3
Function keys
1
10
(1) Name
Enter the names of the keys of the RM-200SF and RM-210.
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (default: EMGKEY for the Emergency key,
SYSKEY 1 – 3 for the Function keys)
(2) Function
Select functions to be assigned to the keys of the RM-200SF and RM-210.
If the selected function needs particular settings, they are displayed on the "Contents."
Available Settings
None (default), Zone selection (Pattern), Zone selection (Individual),
Zone selection clear, BGM pattern change/end*, General broadcast*,
RM broadcast status, Lamp test
* Corresponding patterns must be created in advance to select these items.
• If the "Type" of the sound source registered in the System Manager of "System
Settings" (p. 44) is set to "General," the following functions can be selected.
General EV message start/end
• Following functions can be selected when the "Emergency broadcasting
function" has been set to "Used" in the "Basic Settings."
Emergency broadcast pattern start, Emergency broadcast pattern stop,
Emergency sequence stop, Emergency sequence phase shift,
Emergency reset
• Following functions can also be selected when the Surveillance function has
been set to "Used" in the "Basic Settings."
Failure output receipt, Failure output reset
Note: Only the "Emergency broadcast pattern start" function can be assigned to the Emergency key
("EMGKEY").
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RM Event Settings (RM-200SF)
[If Zone selection (Pattern) is selected for "Function"]
(3) Contents (left side)
Select the output zone pattern to be assigned to the keys on the RM-200SF or RM-210.
Set the output pattern using "Pattern settings
Output zone pattern settings" (p. 77).
If the output zone pattern is set to "None," then it is not possible to set "Control output pattern" (next item).
Available Settings
None (default), Set output zone pattern
(4) Contents (right side)
Select the control output pattern that operates in synchronization with the function keys on the RM-200SF
or RM-210.
Set the control output pattern using "Pattern settings
Control output pattern settings" (p. 81).
Available Settings
None (default), Set control output pattern
[If Zone selection (Individual) is selected for "Function"]
(3) Contents (left side)
Select the output zone (individual) to be assigned to the keys on the RM-200SF or RM-210.
Set the output zone using "System settings
Audio output unit" (p. 61).
If the output zone (individual) is set to "None," then it is not possible to set "Control output pattern" (next
item).
Available Settings
None (default), Set output zone (individual)
(4) Contents (right side)
Select the control output pattern that operates in synchronization with the keys on the RM-200SF or RM210.
Set the control output pattern using "Pattern settings
Control output pattern settings" (p. 81).
Available Settings
None (default), Set control output pattern
[If "General broadcast" is selected for "Function" ]
(3) Contents (left side)
Select the general broadcast pattern to be assigned to the keys on the RM-200SF or RM-210.
Set the broadcast pattern using "Pattern settings
General broadcast pattern settings" (p. 79).
Setting the broadcast pattern to "None" and "Control output pattern" (next item) permits only the control
output to be operated in synchronization with the control input.
Available Settings
None (default), Set general broadcast pattern
(4) Contents (right side)
Select the control output that operates in synchronization with the keys on the RM-200SF or RM-210.
Set the control output pattern using "Pattern settings
Control output pattern settings" (p. 81).
Available Settings
None (default), Set control output pattern
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RM Event Settings (RM-200SF)
[If "BGM pattern change/end" is selected for "Function" ]
(3) Contents (left side)
Select the BGM broadcast pattern to be assigned to the keys on the RM-200SF or RM-210.
Set the BGM pattern using "Pattern settings
BGM pattern settings" (p. 78).
If the broadcast pattern is set to "End," then it is not possible to set "Control output pattern" (next item).
Available Settings
End (default), Set BGM broadcast pattern
(4) Contents (right side)
Select the control output that operates in synchronization with the keys on the RM-200SF or RM-210.
Set the control output pattern using "Pattern settings
Control output pattern settings" (p. 81).
Available Settings
None (default), Set control output pattern
[If "RM broadcast status" is selected for "Function" ]
(3) Contents (left side)
Set the RM-200SF or RM-210 remote microphone function keys to select which remote microphone
broadcast conditions to monitor. When a broadcast is in progress at the selected remote microphone, the
broadcast status indicator corresponding to the function key lights.
Available Settings
Set remote microphone (Default: the lowest unit number remote microphone
connected to the lowest unit number SX-2000AI or SX-2100AI).
[If "General EV message start/end" is selected for "Function" ]
(3) Contents (left side)
Select the general EV message to be activated with RM-200SF or RM-210 key operation.
Use the "System settings
SX-2000SM" (p. 46 "Registering sound sources") to register the general EV
message.
Settings cannot be performed unless the general EV message has been registered.
Available Settings
Set general EV message (Default: the lowest sound source number message of
all set general EV messages)
[If "Emergency broadcast pattern start" is selected for "Function" ]
(3) Contents (left side)
Select the emergency broadcast pattern to be activated by the keys on the RM-200SF or RM-210.
Set the emergency broadcast pattern using "Pattern settings
Emergency broadcast pattern settings"
(p. 83).
Available Settings
None (default), Set emergency broadcast pattern
[If "Emergency broadcast pattern stop" is selected for "Function" ]
(3) Contents (left side)
Select the emergency broadcast pattern to be stopped by the keys on the RM-200SF or RM-210.
Set the emergency broadcast pattern using "Pattern settings
Emergency broadcast pattern settings"
(p. 83).
Available Settings
Set emergency broadcast pattern (default: Pattern 1)
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RM Event Settings (RM-200SF)
[If "Emergency sequence stop" is selected for "Function" ]
(3) Contents (left side)
Select the emergency sequence to be stopped by the keys on the RM-200SF or RM-210.
Set the emergency sequence using "Pattern settings
Emergency sequence settings" (p. 82).
Available Settings
Set emergency sequence (default: Sequence 1)
[If "Emergency sequence phase shift" is selected for "Function" ]
(3) Contents (left side)
Select the emergency sequence to be shifted to by the keys on the RM-200SF or RM-210.
Set the emergency sequence using "Pattern settings
Emergency sequence settings" (p. 82).
Available Settings
Set emergency sequence (default: Sequence 1)
[If "Emergency reset" is selected for "Function" ]
(3) Contents (left side)
Select the EV message (Type: Reset) to be broadcast by the keys on the RM-200SF or RM-210.
Set the EV message using "System settings
System Manager
EV Message" (p. 45).
If the EV message is set to "None," it is not possible to set "Control output pattern" (next item).
Available Settings
None (default), Set EV message
(4) Contents (right side)
Select the control output pattern that operates in synchronization with the keys on the RM-200SF or RM210.
Set the control output pattern using "Pattern settings
Control output pattern settings" (p. 81).
Available Settings
None (default), Set control output pattern
[If "Failure output receipt" is selected for "Function" ]
(3) Contents (left side)
Select the failure output pattern to be assigned to the keys on the RM-200SF or RM-210.
Set the failure output pattern using "Pattern settings
Failure output pattern settings" (p. 85).
Available Settings
Set failure output pattern (default: Failure output pattern 1)
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RM Event Settings (RM-200S, RM-200SA)
12.7.2. RM-200S, RM-200SA
When the remote microphone selected from the "Name" pull-down menu is the RM-200S or RM-200SA, its
setting screen below is displayed.
(1)
(2)
(3)
RM-210 top
RM-200S/200SA top
Covered key
EMG
Function keys
1
Function keys
SYS1
SYS2
SYS3
(4)
10
Function keys
11
20
RM-200SA
(1) Name
Set the names of the keys of the RM-200S, RM-200SA, and RM-210.
Available Settings
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters. (default: EMGKEY for the Covered key,
SYSKEY 1 – 3 for the Function keys on the left, KEY 1 – 10 for the Function keys
on the right)
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RM Event Settings (RM-200S, RM-200SA)
(2) Function
Select functions to be assigned to the Covered key and Function keys on the RM-200S and RM-200SA,
and the Function keys on RM-210*.
If the selected function needs particular settings, they are displayed on the "Contents."
* Assignable functions to the RM-210 differ depending on the type of remote microphone the RM-210 is
connected to. The same functions as those assigned to the remote microphone (RM-200SA or RM-200S)
can be assigned to the RM-210.
Available Settings
None (default), Zone selection (Pattern), Zone selection (Individual),
Zone selection clear, BGM pattern change/end*1, General broadcast*1,
RM broadcast status, Lamp test*2
*1 Corresponding patterns must be created in advance to select these items.
*2 RM-200SA only
• Following functions are available when the emergency broadcasting function is
set to "Used" in the "Basic Settings" and the type of RM-200SA set to
"Emergency/General" in the "System Settings."
Emergency broadcast pattern start, Emergency broadcast pattern stop,
Emergency sequence stop, Emergency sequence phase shift, Emergency
reset
• Following function can also be selected when the Surveillance function has
been set to "Used" in the "Basic Settings."
Failure output receipt, Failure output reset
Notes
• Only the "Emergency broadcast pattern start" function can be assigned to the covered key.
• Pressing the covered key allows the General urgency all-call broadcast (All zone broadcast by way of
analog transmission not via the Software control) to be made regardless of whether the function of the
covered key is set to "None" or "Emergency broadcast pattern start" on this Setting Software. For details,
refer to the separate Operation Manual, "Making General Urgency All-calls."
• The setting procedures for the Function (2) and contents (3) and (4) are the same as those described on
RM-200SF settings (p. 113).
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CI Event Settings
12.8. CI Event Settings
Assign functions to the SX-2000CI's control inputs.
Clicking the [CI event] button on the Event Setting screen displays the CI event settings screen.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(1) Name
Click on the box or press the arrow button to selects the desired SX-2000CI's name.
(2) Control input
The setting procedures are the same as those described in SM Event settings (Function allocations to the
SX-2000SM's control inputs.).
But it is not possible to assign "Time adjustment" function to the control inputs.
(3) Copy and Paste buttons
Pressing the [Copy] button copies all of the on-screen settings except the names preset by default.
Pressing the [Paste] button pastes the copied parameters in the same setting screen of other SX-2000CI
selected by Name (1).
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UTILITY
13. UTILITY
Clicking the menu item [Utility] button displays the Utility screen.
Not only does this screen allow logs to be acquired online, it can also display the following: log files, system
status, audio input and output statuses, and control input and output statuses.
Note
To carry out functions other than log file displays, communications must be established between the SX2000SM and the PC in advance. For details, refer to p. 155 "Establishing Communications Between the SX2000SM and a PC."
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Pressing each button (1 – 5) displays the corresponding setting screen.
(1) Log file button
Displays the CF card's log status and outputs log
data. (Refer to p. 121)
(4) Audio in/out status button
Displays audio input and output status online.
(Refer to p. 147)
(2) Online log button
Displays log data online. (Refer to p. 125)
(5) Control in/out status button
Displays control input and output status online.
(Refer to p. 151)
(3) System status button
Displays system configuration or failure status
online. (Refer to p. 128)
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13.1. Log File Display
Pressing the [Log file] button on the Utility screen displays the log file screen.
SX-2000 system's operation logs can be saved to a CF card in the "s2l" file format and such saved logs can
be displayed using the Setting Software. It is also possible to output the displayed log data in the form of an
Excel CSV file.
There are two types of log data: Operation log data that include all logs and Failure log data that include only
failure logs.
Operation log data saved to a CF card is automatically assigned the file name "Sx2kOp**.s2l," and similarly
failure log data is assigned the file name "Sx2kFa**.s2l." The (**) represents a number from 00 to 99 indicating
the order in which the logs have been saved. If more than 100 files are saved, the oldest file (those with lower
numbers) is automatically overwritten. Therefore, judge whether the file is new or old from the date of the file.
A maximum number of logs that can be displayed are 1,000 for the operation logs and 100 for the failure logs.
Regarding the method of saving the SX-2000SM's histories to a CF card, see the separate Operating
Instructions.
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13.1.1. Reading the log file
When log data is not displayed on the log file screen or when it is desirable to display other log data stored in
a different folder from that in which the currently displayed log data is stored, read the log file (.s2l) in the
following procedure.
Step 1. Press the [Read log file] button on the log file display screen.
An "Open" dialog is displayed.
Step 2. Designate the folder where the log file is saved, and select the file, then press the [Open] button.
Log data is displayed on the log file display screen.
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The date, time and filename of the read log file are displayed.
Opening the pull-down menu displays an at-a-glance list of all log files stored in the same folder in
order of updated time.
The log file can be switched by selecting another file.
Note
Restart from Step 1 to display other log data stored in a different folder from that in which the currently
displayed log data is stored.
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13.1.2. Saving the log file
Log data displayed on the log file display screen can be saved as a CSV-format file in the following procedure.
Step 1. Press [Save log file] button.
A "Save As" dialog is displayed.
Step 2. Using the "Save in" pull-down menu, select the folder where the log file is to be saved.
Step 3. Set a "File name."
Note
The filename "(Read filename).csv" is set by default. When changing the filename, be sure to add a
filename extension (csv).
Example: 0605 log file.csv
Step 4. Press the [Save] button.
The "Save as" dialog is closed after the log data has been saved.
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Online Log Confirmation
13.2. Online Log Confirmation
SX-2000 system operation and failure logs can be confirmed in real time.
Step 1. Establish communications between the SX-2000SM and the PC installed with the SX-2000 software.
For the procedure for establishing communications, refer to p. 155 "Establishing Communications
Between the SX-2000SM and a PC."
The "Connection" indication is displayed in the lower right corner of the screen after the connection is
completed.
Step 2. Press the [Online log] button on the Utility screen.
Logs are displayed in time sequence.
If a new operation or failure takes place, the logs are automatically updated and displayed.
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Step 3. To cause a log display update to pause, press the [Stop] button.
The [Stop] button changes to the [Update] button, allowing the [Save log file] button to be used.
Step 4. To display the log again, press the [Update] button.
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Online Log Confirmation
13.2.1. Saving log files acquired online
Log files displayed on the online log screen can be saved as a CSV-format file in the following procedure.
Step 1. Press [Save log file] button.
A "Save As" dialog is displayed.
Step 2. Using the "Save in" pull-down menu, select the folder where the log file is to be saved.
Step 3. Set a "File name."
Note
The filename "Sx2kLog1.csv" is set by default. When changing the filename, be sure to add a
filename extension (csv).
Step 4. Press the [Save] button.
The "Save as" dialog is closed after the log data has been saved.
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System Status Display Confirmation
13.3. System Status Display Confirmation
Pressing the [System status] button on the Utility screen displays the system status display screen, allowing
the following information to be confirmed in real time:
• SX-2000SM, SX-2000AI, SX-2100AI, SX-2000AO, SX-2100AO, SX-2000CI, SX-2000CO, RM-200S, RM200SA and RM-210
· Individual unit's setting and connection status
· Individual unit's operation mode and failure status
· Individual unit's version information
• Failure status of amplifiers, speaker lines and power supply (when the SX-2100AO Audio Output Unit is
used)
Step 1. Establish communications between the SX-2000SM and the PC installed with the SX-2000 software.
For the procedure for establishing communications, refer to p. 155 "Establishing Communications
Between the SX-2000SM and a PC."
The "Connection" indication is displayed in the lower right corner of the screen after the connection is
completed.
Step 2. Press the [System status] button on the Utility screen.
The system status display screen is displayed.
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System status information is automatically acquired.
After information receipt is completed, the current system status is displayed on the system status
display screen.
After the system status information has been acquired, the latest system status is automatically
updated and displayed.
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System Status Display Confirmation
13.3.1. System status display screen
Each unit's status is displayed on its corresponding button, and clicking on a button displays its detailed
information screen.
(Buttons for units that have not been set for connection cannot be selected.)
Two or more detailed information screens can be displayed (for the number of units set for connection).
The system status can be updated even when the detailed information screen is displayed.
Note
"SM" stands for the SX-2000SM System Manager, "AI" stands for the SX-2000AI and SX-2100AI Audio Input
Units and "AO" stands for the SX-2000AO and SX-2100AO Audio Output Units.
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1. SM
Displays the SX-2000SM's system status.
Clicking the button displays the detailed information screen (SM Unit screen).
(Refer to p. 133 "SM unit screen")
On-button indication
System status
(Blank)
No connection settings.
Normal
Normal operating conditions.
Power failure (N)
Operating on the VX-2000DS' or VX-3000DS' backup power supply.
Emergency
Emergency broadcast in progress.
Power failure (E)
Emergency broadcast in progress using the VX-2000DS' or VX-3000DS' backup
power supply.
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On-button indication
System status
CF card error
CF card irregularities detected:
• CF card not inserted.
• Cannot read the CF card since the SX-2000SM's DIP switch 2 is set to ON.
• No setting data.
• Cannot read setting data.
• No EV message data.
• EV message data irregularities detected.
• Insufficient space available on CF card.
• CF card has failed.
Maintenance
Operating in maintenance mode.
• The SX-2000SM's DIP switch 2 is set to ON.
• CF card not inserted.
Initialization
Initialization in progress.
CPU off
The system is in the CPU off state.
Since the RM-200S, RM-200SA, RM-210, SX-2000CI and SX-2000CO are reset
in the CPU off state, they are disconnected.
Emergency cutoff
One of the SX-2000AO units is in the emergency mode that cuts off 24V DC to
allow emergency broadcasts to go through.
The SX-2000SM has failed.
Error
[Button indication priorities when multiple statuses occur simultaneously]
(High) Emergency cutoff
CPU off
CF card error, Maintenance
Error
(Low) Normal, Power failure (N), Emergency, Power failure (E), Initialization
2. AI
Displays SX-2000AI or SX-2100AI system status.
A number represents the unit number of the SX-2000AI or SX-2100AI that has been set for connection.
Clicking the button displays the detailed information screen (AI unit screen).
(Refer to p. 136 "AI unit screen")
On-button indication
System status
(Blank)
No connection setting.
Correct
The SX-2000AI or SX-2100AI is operating correctly.
(Preprogrammed units match actually connected units.)
Error
The SX-2000AI, SX-2100AI, RM-200S, RM-200SA or RM-210 has failed.
Difference
Preprogrammed units do not match actually connected units.
[Button display priorities when multiple statuses simultaneously occur]
Error > Difference > Correct
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3. AO
Displays SX-2000AO or SX-2100AO system status.
A number represents the unit number of the SX-2000AO or SX-2100AO that has been set for connection.
Clicking the button displays the detailed information screen (AO unit screen).
(Refer to p. 141 "AO unit screen")
On-button indication
System status
(Blank)
No connection setting.
Correct
The SX-2000AO or SX-2100AO is operating correctly.
(Preprogrammed units match actually connected units.)
Emergency cutoff
The SX-2000AO unit is in the emergency mode that cuts off 24V DC to allow
emergency broadcasts to go through.
Difference
Preprogrammed units do not match actually connected units.
Error
The SX-2000AO, SX-2100AO, SX-2000CI or SX-2000CO has failed.
[Button display priorities when multiple statuses simultaneously occur]
Emergency cutoff > Error > Difference > Correct
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System Status Display Confirmation (SM unit screen)
13.3.2. SM unit screen
Clicking the SM button on the system status display screen displays the SM unit screen.
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1. Unit configuration
Displays the SX-2000SMs system status.
• Version
Displays the SX-2000SM's firmware version.
• Status
Displays the SX-2000SM's system status or operation mode.
Display
System Status
Normal
Normal operating conditions.
Power failure (N)
Operating on the VX-2000DS' or VX-3000DS' backup power supply.
Emergency
Emergency broadcast in progress.
Power failure (E)
Emergency broadcast in progress using the VX-2000DS' or VX-3000DS'
backup power supply.
CF card error
CF card irregularities detected:
• CF card not inserted.
• Cannot read the CF card since the SX-2000SM's DIP switch 2 is set to ON.
• No setting data.
• Cannot read setting data.
• No EV message data.
• EV message data irregularities detected.
• Insufficient space available on CF card.
• CF card has failed.
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Display
System Status
Maintenance
Operating in maintenance mode.
• The SX-2000SM's DIP switch 2 is set to ON.
• CF card not inserted.
Initialization
Initialization in progress.
CPU off
The system is in the CPU off state.
Emergency cutoff
One of the SX-2000AO units is in the emergency mode that cuts off 24V DC to
allow emergency broadcasts to go through.
Error
The SX-2000SM has failed.
[Button indication priorities when multiple statuses occur simultaneously]
(High) Emergency cutoff
CPU off
CF card error, Maintenance
Error
(Low) Normal, Power failure (N), Emergency, Power failure (E), Initialization
2. Unit failure status
Displays the SX-2000SM's failure status.
Indicated items are DC power, SX link, Analog link and DS link.
Configuration
Displays the "Used" indication when the failure check function is in operation and the
"Unused" indication when the function is not in operation.
Status
Displays failure status.
Displays the "Normal" indication for normal conditions and the "Error" indication or the
cause of failure in the event of irregularities.
Displays the " – " indication when the failure check function is not in operation.
3. DC Power detail button
Clicking this button displays the DC power detail screen.
Displays the DC power and fuse status.
The "Normal" indication is displayed for normal conditions, the "Error" indication when irregularities are
detected, and the " – " indication when the failure check function is not in operation.
Clicking the [Close] button closes the DC power detail screen.
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4. DS Link detail button
Note: This button is used when the VX-2000DS or VX-3000DS has been connected.
Clicking this button displays the DS Link detail screen.
Displays cable connection, AC power supply, battery, and DC power supply statuses.
The "Normal" indication is displayed for normal conditions, the "Error" indication when irregularities are
detected, and the " – " indication when the failure check function is not in operation.
Clicking the [Close] button closes the DS Link detail screen.
Note: In the system including 2 or more VX-3000DS units, if abnormality occurs at any VX-3000DS, the
status of the corresponding item shows "Error."
5. Control input failure status
Displays the control input failure status.
Configuration
Displays the "Used" indication when the failure check function is in operation and the
"Unused" indication when the function is not in operation.
Status
Displays failure status.
Displays the "Normal" indication for normal conditions and the "Error" indication or the
cause of failure in the event of irregularities.
Displays the " – " indication when the failure check function is not in operation.
6. Close button
Clicking this button closes the SM unit screen.
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System Status Display Confirmation (AI unit screen)
13.3.3. AI unit screen
Clicking the AI button on the system status display screen displays the AI unit screen.
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1. Unit configuration
• Link
Displays the SX-2000AI or SX-2100AI system status.
Configuration
Displays connection setting information.
• Set: Connection settings performed.
• None: No connection settings performed.
Current
Displays actual connection status.
• Connect:
The SX-2000AI or SX-2100AI is connected.
• Disconnect: The SX-2000AI or SX-2100AI is not connected.
Status:
Displays whether the SX-2000AI or SX-2100AI can communicate with and system
control can be performed from the SX-2000SM.
• Link:
The SX-2000AI or SX-2100AI can communicate with the SX2000SM and system control can be performed from the SX2000SM.
• Unlink:
SX-2000SM communications not available, since the SX2000AI or SX-2100AI is not connected or powered.
• Mismatch version: SX-2000AI or SX-2100AI and SX-2000SM versions
incompatible, disabling communications.
Note
The Link indication is displayed in red if errors
are shown in "Current" or "Status."
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• Type
Displays SX-2000AI or SX-2100AI status.
Configuration
Displays unit setting information.
• SX-2000AI: The SX-2000AI is set.
• SX-2100AI: The SX-2100AI is set.
• Unknown: Unit settings are unknown.
•–:
The SX-2000AI or SX-2100AI is not physically connected.
Current
Displays connected units.
• SX-2000AI: The SX-2000AI is physically connected.
• SX-2100AI: The SX-2100AI is physically connected.
• Unknown: The model type of the actually connected unit is unrecognizable.
•–:
The SX-2000AI or SX-2100AI is not physically connected.
Status
Displays the comparison results of preprogrammed and actually connected units.
• Correct:
"Configuration" matches "Current."
• Different:
"Configuration" does not match "Current."
•–:
The SX-2000AI or SX-2100AI is not physically connected.
Note: The Type indication is displayed in red if errors are shown in "Current" or "Status."
• Version
Displays the SX-2000AI or SX-2100AI firmware version.
2. Slot configuration
This function displays the status of all input modules inserted in the unit's module slots.
Configuration
Displays the names of set input modules.
• None: No modules set to be inserted.
• D-921F/E: The D-921F or D-921E is set.
• D-922F/E: The D-922F or D-922E is set.
• D-936R:
The D-936 is set.
• SX-200RM: The SX-200RM is set.
Current
Displays the names of input modules actually inserted in slots.
• None:
No modules inserted.
• D-921F/E: The D-921F or D-921E is inserted.
• D-922F/E: The D-922F or D-922E is inserted.
• D-936R:
The D-936R is inserted.
• D-971M/E: The D-971M or D-971E is inserted.
• D-971R:
The D-971R is inserted.
• SX-200RM: The SX-200RM is inserted.
Status
Displays the comparison results of preprogrammed settings and actually inserted
modules.
• Correct: "Configuration" matches "Current."
• Different: "Configuration" does not match "Current."
Note: The Slot indication is displayed in red if errors are shown in "Current" or "Status."
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3. RM configuration
This function displays the status of each remote microphone.
Configuration
Displays the type of remote microphone that has been set for connection, and the
number of expansion units.
• None:
No connection settings.
• RM-200S:
The RM-200S is set.
• RM-200S + EXT : The RM-200S and pieces of expansion units are set.
(Up to 4 expansion units can be connected.)
• RM-200SF:
The RM-200SF is set.
• RM-200SF + EXT : The RM-200SF and pieces of expansion units are set.
(Up to 5 expansion units can be connected.)
• RM-200SA:
The RM-200SA is set.
• RM-200SA + EXT : The RM-200SA and pieces of expansion units are set.
(Up to 4 expansion units can be connected.)
Current
Displays the type of actually connected remote microphone and the number of
expansion units.
• None:
No units connected.
• RM-200S:
The RM-200S is connected.
• RM-200S + EXT : The RM-200S and pieces of expansion units are connected.
(Up to 4 expansion units can be connected.)
• RM-200SF:
The RM-200SF is connected.
• RM-200SF + EXT : The RM-200SF and pieces of expansion units are connected.
(Up to 5 expansion units can be connected.)
• RM-200SA:
The RM-200SA is connected.
• RM-200SA + EXT : The RM-200SA and pieces of expansion units are connected.
(Up to 4 expansion units can be connected.)
Status
Displays the comparison result of preprogrammed connection settings and actual
connection status.
• Correct: "Configuration" matches "Current."
• Error:
Remote microphone has failed.
• Different: "Configuration" does not match "Current."
Note: The RM configuration indication is displayed in red if errors are shown in "Current" or "Status."
Version
Displays the remote microphone's firmware version.
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4. Unit failure status
This function displays the failure status of the SX-2000AI or SX-2100AI unit.
The indicated items are DC power supply, SX link and analog link.
Configuration
Displays the "Used" indication when the failure check function is in operation and the
"Unused" indication when the function is not in operation.
Status
Displays failure status.
Displays the "Normal" indication for normal conditions and the "Error" indication or the
cause of failure in the event of irregularities.
Displays the " – " indication when the failure check function is not in operation.
5. DC Power detail button
Clicking this button displays the DC power detail screen.
Displays the DC power supply, fuse and hardware statuses.
The "Normal" indication is displayed for normal conditions, the "Error" indication when irregularities are
detected, and the " – " indication when the failure check function is not in operation.
Clicking the [Close] button closes the DC power detail screen.
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6. RM failure status
This function displays each remote microphone's failure status.
Configuration
Displays the "Used" indication when the failure check function is in operation and the
"Unused" indication when the function is not in operation.
Status
Displays failure status.
Displays the "Normal" indication for normal conditions and the "Error" indication or the
cause of failure in the event of irregularities.
Displays the " – " indication when the failure check function is not in operation.
7. RM failure status detail button
Clicking this button displays the RM failure status detail screen.
Displays the DC power supply, connection and hardware statuses.
The "Normal" indication is displayed for normal conditions, the "Error" indication when irregularities are
detected, and the " – " indication when the failure check function is not in operation.
Clicking the [Close] button closes the RM failure status detail screen.
8. Close button
Clicking this button closes the AI unit screen.
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System Status Display Confirmation (AO unit screen)
13.3.4. AO unit screen
Clicking the AO button on the system status screen displays the AO unit screen.
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1. Unit configuration
• Link
Displays the SX-2000AO or SX-2100AO system status.
Configuration
Displays connection setting information.
• Set: Connection settings performed.
• None: No connection settings performed.
Current
Displays actual connection status.
• Connect:
The SX-2000AO or SX-2100AO is connected.
• Disconnect: The SX-2000AO or SX-2100AO is not connected.
Status
Displays whether the SX-2000AO or SX-2100AO can communicate with and system
control can be performed from the SX-2000SM.
• Link:
The SX-2000AO or SX-2100AO can communicate with the
SX-2000SM and system control can be performed from the
SX-2000SM.
• Unlink:
SX-2000SM communications not available, since the SX2000AO or SX-2100AO is not connected or powered.
• Emergency cutoff: Since the corresponding SX-2000AO unit is preset to cut off
the 24V DC power supply to allow emergency broadcast to go
through, the SX-2000SM cannot perform control.
• Mismatch version: SX-2000AO or SX-2100AO and SX-2000SM versions
incompatible, disabling communications.
Note
The Link indication is displayed in red if errors
are shown in "Current" or "Status."
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• Type
Displays SX-2000AO or SX-2100AO status.
Configuration
Displays unit setting information.
• SX-2000AO: The SX-2000AO is set.
• SX-2100AO: The SX-2100AO is set.
• Unknown:
Unit settings are unknown.
•–:
The SX-2000AO or SX-2100AO is not physically connected.
Current
Displays connected units.
• SX-2000AO: The SX-2000AO is physically connected.
• SX-2100AO: The SX-2100AO is physically connected.
• Unknown:
The model type of the actually connected unit is unrecognizable.
•–:
The SX-2000AO or SX-2100AO is not physically connected.
Status
Displays the comparison results of preprogrammed and actually connected units.
• Correct: "Configuration" matches "Current."
• Different: "Configuration" does not match "Current."
•–:
The SX-2000AO or SX-2100AO is not physically connected.
Note: The Type indication is displayed in red if errors are shown in "Current" or "Status."
• Version
Displays the SX-2000AO or SX-2100AO firmware version.
2. CI/CO configuration
Displays SX-2000CI or SX-2000CO status.
Configuration
Displays the type of the SX-2000CI or SX-2000CO unit that has been set for
connection.
• None:
No connection settings.
• SX-2000CI: The SX-2000CI is set.
• SX-2000CO: The SX-2000CO is set.
Current
Displays the type of actually connected SX-2000CI or SX-2000CO unit.
• None:
No units actually connected.
• SX-2000CI: The SX-2000CI is physically connected.
• SX-2000CO: The SX-2000CO is physically connected.
Status
Displays the comparison results of preprogrammed and actually connected units.
• Correct: "Configuration" matches "Current."
• Different: "Configuration" does not match "Current."
Note: The CI/CO configuration indication is displayed in red if errors are shown in "Current" or "Status."
Version
Displays the SX-2000CI or SX-2000CO software version.
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3. Unit failure status
This function displays the SX-2000AO's failure status.
The indicated items are DC power supply, SX link, analog link, CI/CO link and DS link.
Configuration
Displays the "Used" indication when the failure check function is in operation and the
"Unused" indication when the function is not in operation.
Status
Displays failure status.
Displays the "Normal" indication for normal conditions and the "Error" indication or the
cause of failure in the event of irregularities.
Displays the " – " indication when the failure check function is not in operation.
4. DC Power detail button
Clicking this button displays the DC power detail screen.
Displays the DC power supply, fuse and hardware
statuses.
The "Normal" indication is displayed for normal
conditions, the "Error" indication when irregularities are
detected, and the " – " indication when the failure check
function is not in operation.
Clicking the [Close] button closes the DC power detail
screen.
5. DS Link detail button
Note
Use this button to confirm the DS link status when the SX-2100AO is connected to the VX-2000DS or VX3000DS unit.
Clicking this button displays the DS link detail screen.
Displays the cable connection, AC power supply,
battery and DC power supply statuses.
The "Normal" indication is displayed for normal
conditions, the "Error" indication when irregularities are
detected, and the " – " indication when the failure check
function is not in operation.
Clicking the [Close] button closes the DS link detail
screen.
Note: In the system including 2 or more VX-3000DS
units, if abnormality occurs at any VX-3000DS,
the status of the corresponding item shows
"Error."
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6. CI/CO failure status
ID 1 and 2 display the failure status of the SX-2000CI and SX-2000CO, respectively.
Configuration
Displays the "Used" indication when the failure check function is in operation and the
"Unused" indication when the function is not in operation.
Status
Displays failure status.
The "Normal" indication is displayed for normal conditions, the "Error" indication when
irregularities are detected, and the " – " indication when the failure check function is
not in operation.
7. CI Failure status detail button
Clicking this button displays the CI failure status detail screen.
Displays the DC power supply, fuse and control input failure statuses.
The "Normal" indication is displayed for normal conditions, the "Error" indication when irregularities are
detected, and the " – " indication when the failure check function is not in operation.
Clicking the [Close] button closes the CI failure status detail screen.
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8. CO failure status detail button
Clicking this button displays the CO failure status detail screen.
Displays the DC power supply and fuse failure statuses.
The "Normal" indication is displayed for normal conditions, the "Error" indication when irregularities are
detected, and the " – " indication when the failure check function is not in operation.
Clicking the [Close] button closes the CO failure status detail screen.
9. Amplifier failure status
Note
Use this screen to confirm the amplifier status when the SX-2100AO is connected to the VP Series
amplifiers.
Displays the power amplifier failure status.
Configuration
Displays the "Used" indication when the failure check function is in operation and the
"Unused" indication when the function is not in operation.
Status
Displays failure status.
The "Normal" indication is displayed for normal conditions, the "Error" indication when
irregularities are detected, and the " – " indication when the failure check function is
not in operation.
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10. Amplifier failure status detail button
Note
Use this button to confirm the amplifier failure status when the SX-2100AO is connected to the VP Series
amplifiers.
Clicking this button displays the amplifier failure status detail screen.
Displays the amplifier connection, fuse and operating temperature statuses.
The "Normal" indication is displayed for normal conditions, the "Error" indication when irregularities are
detected, and the " – " indication when the failure check function is not in operation.
Clicking the [Close] button closes the amplifier failure status detail screen.
11. Load speaker line status
Note
Use this screen to confirm the speaker line status when the SX-2100AO is connected to the VP Series
amplifiers.
Displays the speaker failure status.
Configuration
Displays the "Used" indication when the failure check function is in operation and the
"Unused" indication when the function is not in operation.
Status
Displays the failure status.
Displays the "Normal" indication for normal conditions and the cause of failure when
irregularities are detected.
There are three causes of failure: "Interruption," "Short circuit," and "Earth leakage."
The " – " indication is displayed when the failure check function is not in operation.
12. Close button
Clicking this button closes the AO unit screen.
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13.4. Audio Input and Output Status Confirmation
Audio input and output statuses can be confirmed in real time.
The SX-2000 system allows simultaneous 16-channel broadcasts using 16 audio buses.
A matrix display clearly shows which zones are currently broadcasting the audio input using the audio buses.
Step 1. Establish communications between the SX-2000SM and the PC installed with the SX-2000 software.
For the procedure for establishing communications, refer to p. 155 "Establishing Communications
Between the SX-2000SM and a PC."
The "Connection" indication is displayed in the lower right corner of the screen after the connection is
completed.
Step 2. Press the [Audio in/out status] button on the Utility screen.
The audio input/output status display screen is displayed.
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Audio Input and Output Status Confirmation
Audio input and output status data are automatically acquired.
After the data have been received, the current status is displayed on the audio input/output status
display screen.
After the audio input and output status data have been received, the latest system status is
automatically updated and displayed.
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13.4.1. Audio input/output status display screen
5
3
1
6
2
4
1. BUS No.
Displays the audio bus numbers (1 – 16).
Unit type and number
Audio name
Audio type
2. Input
Displays information on audio entered for the bus number.
The field remains blank when no signals are detected on
the bus.
Red character display indicates latest updated data.
• Unit type and number
Displays the type and number of the audio unit that has been input.
SM (SX-2000SM), AI1 – AI8 (SX-2000AI's or SX-2100AI's unit numbers 1 – 8)
• Audio name
Displays name of audio being input.
• Audio type
Displays the type of audio that has been input.
Page (General), BGM, EmgRM (Emergency RM), Alert, Evac (Evacuation), Reset
· Page (General):
Broadcast of sound source type set for "General"
· BGM:
Broadcast of sound source type set for "BGM"
· EmgRM (Emergency RM): Emergency microphone announcement from the remote microphone of
sound source type set for "Emergency/General"
· Alert:
EV message broadcast of sound source type set for "Alert"
· Evac (Evacuation):
EV message broadcast of sound source type set for "Evacuation"
· Reset:
EV message broadcast of sound source type set for "Reset"
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3. Output
Displays the SX-2000AO or SX-2100AO, which becomes the audio output destination, and audio output
zone names. Names are not displayed for zones not using the amplifier.
4. Matrix connection table
The " " indication is displayed in the position of the output zone(s) to which the input audio is being output.
5. Scroll bar
Scrolls the matrix table.
6. Other
The " " indication is displayed when audio is output to zones other than those currently displayed in the
matrix connection table.
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Control Input and Output Status Confirmation
13.5. Control Input and Output Status Confirmation
The SX-2000 system control input and output statuses can be confirmed in real time.
Step 1. Establish communications between the SX-2000SM and the PC installed with the SX-2000 software.
For the procedure for establishing communications, refer to p. 155 "Establishing Communications
Between the SX-2000SM and a PC."
The "Connection" indication is displayed in the lower right corner of the screen after the connection is
completed.
Step 2. Press the [Control in/out status] button on the Utility screen.
The control input/output status display screen is displayed.
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Control Input and Output Status Confirmation
Control input and output status data are automatically acquired.
After the data have been received, the current status is displayed on the control input/output status
display screen.
After the control input and output status data has been acquired, the latest system status is
automatically updated and displayed.
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Control Input and Output Status Confirmation
13.5.1. Control input/output status display screen
1
3
4
2
1. SM control input/output terminals
Display the SX-2000SM's control input and output statuses.
2. AI control input/output terminals
Display the SX-2100AI's control input and output statuses.
(The SX-2000AI's status is not displayed, since it has no control input and output terminals.)
3. AO control input /output terminals
Display the control input and output statuses of the SX-2000AO or SX-2100AO.
4. CI/CO control input/output terminals
Display the control input and output statuses of the SX-2000CI and SX-2000CO.
The status of these units is not displayed if the SX-2000CI or SX-2000CO is not connected to the
SX-2000AO or SX-2100AO.
If the control input (CIN) and control output (COUT) are turned ON, a mark is placed in their
corresponding boxes.
When the control input closes ("makes"), the corresponding boxes are marked by circle ( ).
(green): The control input is closed. If the control input is closed by pulse signal, the color is
displayed only while an event remains active.
(orange): The control input terminal to which the external failure input has been assigned is closed.
This indicates that the external connected device has failed.
(gray):
The control input terminal to which no functions have been assigned is closed.
When the control output turns on, the
mark is placed in the corresponding boxes.
(blue):
The control output is turned on.
(red):
The control output corresponding to the zone for which attenuators were set to be "used"
in emergency broadcasts is turned on.
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14. COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN THE SX-2000SM AND A PC
Setting data or log files can be acquired in real time or the system status can be monitored by connecting the
SX-2000SM to a PC installed with the SX-2000 software.
Notes
• When two or more SX-2000SMs are connected to a switching hub, communications may not be correctly
established with the PC if their IP addresses are duplicated. Be sure to set different IP addresses for all SX2000SMs connected to the switching hub and establish communications. (Refer to p. 38 "Changing the SX2000SM's Network Settings.")
• Multiple PCs cannot simultaneously access the same SX-2000SM.
• Network settings cannot be changed nor can the system be reset, even while communications are established,
unless the network setting detection has been completed.
• Only SX-2000SMs of firmware version 3.0 or later can communicate with a PC. Since the latest firmware
version for the SX-2000SM is made available on TOA's product download site (https://www.toa-products.
com/international/), please download it for use.
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Establishing Communications Between the SX-2000SM and a PC
14.1. Establishing Communications Between the SX-2000SM and a PC
Step 1. Connect the SX-2000SM and the PC installed with the SX-2000 software to the switching hub.
Connect the SX-2000SM's LAN connection terminal to a 10BASE-T- or 100BASE-TX-compatible
switching hub.
Use STP Category 5 Standard straight LAN cable fitted with RJ45 connectors.
Notes
• Do not connect the switching hub to the LAN.
• Avoid directly connecting the SX-2000SM to the PC via a cross cable.
Switching hub
Straight cable
Straight cable
SX-2000SM
LAN connection terminal
Step 2. Select [Communication
PC installed with the SX-2000
software
Connect] from the menu bar on the Setting Software.
The following window is displayed while communications are established.
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Establishing Communications Between the SX-2000SM and a PC
Communications are established between the SX-2000SM with IP address displayed in the network
settings and a PC. After connection has been established, the "Connection" indication is displayed in
the lower right corner of the screen.
Note
If the system is reset or the LAN cable is removed during communications, the indication in the lower
right corner of the screen changes to read: "SM busy."
Restoring communications automatically returns the indication to: "Connection."
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Reading CF Card Setting Data Online
14.2. Reading CF Card Setting Data Online
The PC can be loaded online with setting data stored on the CF card inserted into the SX-2000SM.
Step 1. Establish communications between the SX-2000SM and the PC installed with the SX-2000 software.
For the procedure for establishing communications, refer to p. 155 "Establishing Communications
Between the SX-2000SM and a PC."
The "Connection" indication is displayed in the lower right corner of the screen after the connection is
completed.
Step 2. Select [Communication
SX CF Online read (SX->PC) ] from the menu bar on the Setting Software.
Note
This selection cannot be made when the Utility screen (p. 120 "Utility") is displayed.
The following screen is displayed.
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Reading CF Card Setting Data Online
Step 3. Click the [Yes] or [No] button.
Clicking the [Yes] button allows the setting content currently being edited to be saved to a file.
Loading begins after save is completed.
Clicking the [No] button causes loading to begin immediately.
The following screen is displayed during a read operation.
The following screen is displayed when the sound source data saved to the CF card and the sound
source data registered in the setting software are the same.
Step 4. To overwrite, click the [OK] button, and to transfer data other than EV messages, click the [Cancel]
button.
Note
A little time may be required to transfer EV messages.
Clicking the [Cancel] button transfers all setting data except the EV messages, enabling reduction of
transfer times.
The following screen is displayed after loading is completed.
Step 5. Press the [OK] button.
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Writing Setting Data to the CF Card Online
14.3. Writing Setting Data to the CF Card Online
Setting data created using the PC can be written online to the CF card inserted in the SX-2000SM.
Step 1. Establish communications between the SX-2000SM and the PC installed with the SX-2000 software.
For the procedure for establishing communications, refer to p. 155 "Establishing Communications
Between the SX-2000SM and a PC."
The "Connection" indication is displayed in the lower right corner of the screen after the connection is
completed.
Step 2. Select [Communication
SX CF Online write (PC->SX) ] from the menu bar on the Setting Software.
The following screen is displayed.
Step 3. Click the [Yes] button
Tip: Writing is not executed if the [No] button is clicked.
The following screen is displayed.
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Writing Setting Data to the CF Card Online
Step 4. Press the [OK] button.
Tip: Writing is not executed if the [Cancel] button is clicked.
The following screen is displayed and writing begins.
The following screen is displayed when the sound source data saved to the CF card and the sound
source data registered in the setting software are the same.
Step 5. To overwrite, click the [OK] button.
Note
A little time may be required to transfer EV messages.
Clicking the [Cancel] button transfers all setting data except the EV messages, enabling reduction of
transfer times.
The following screen is displayed after writing is completed.
Step 6. Press the [OK] button.
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Acquiring System Configuration Data Online
14.4. Acquiring System Configuration Data Online
The SX-2000 system's configuration data can be acquired online.
This function is useful when creating setting data after equipment installation.
Note
Only the component number and type can be acquired for system configuration data.
Other detailed equipment settings are default values.
Step 1. Establish communications between the SX-2000SM and the PC installed with the SX-2000 software.
For the procedure for establishing communications, refer to p. 155 "Establishing Communications
Between the SX-2000SM and a PC."
The "Connection" indication is displayed in the lower right corner of the screen after the connection is
completed.
Step 2. Select [Communication
Receive configuration] from the menu bar on the Setting Software.
Note
This selection cannot be made when the Utility screen (p. 120 "Utility") is displayed.
The following screen is displayed during data edit.
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Acquiring System Configuration Data Online
Step 3. Click the [Yes] or [No] button.
Selecting the [Yes] button allows the setting content currently being edited to be saved to a file.
Configuration data acquisition begins after the setting content has been saved.
Configuration data acquisition begins immediately if the [No] button is selected.
Note
Even if the [Yes] or [No] button is selected, the setting content currently being edited is not retained,
making the system configuration the same as the current equipment connection status. Settings other
than the acquired configuration data revert to default values.
The following screen is displayed and the system configuration data is received.
After reception completion, the display reverts to the system setting screen.
A reception completion dialog and the current system configuration are displayed on the system
setting screen.
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Acquiring All Log Files Stored on the CF Card
14.5. Acquiring All Log Files Stored on the CF Card
All operation and failure log data stored on the CF card inserted in the SX-2000SM can be acquired online.
Step 1. Establish communications between the SX-2000SM and the PC installed with the SX-2000 software.
For the procedure for establishing communications, refer to p. 155 "Establishing Communications
Between the SX-2000SM and a PC."
The "Connection" indication is displayed in the lower right corner of the screen after the connection is
completed.
Step 2. Select [Communication
Receive all log files] from the menu bar on the Setting Software.
Note
This selection cannot be made when the Utility screen (p. 120 "Utility") is displayed.
A "Browse For Folder" dialog is displayed.
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Acquiring All Log Files Stored on the CF Card
Step 3. Select the folder to receive the file, then click the [OK] button.
Note
The filename Sx2kOp**.s2l is automatically assigned to operation log data and Sx2kFa**.s2l to failure
log data, then they are stored on the CF card. The numbers 00 through 99 are entered in the ** part in
the order that the data was stored.
A screen showing that the data is being stored is displayed.
Occasionally the following screen may be displayed, depending on the target folder.
After all log files have been acquired, the display switches to the log file display screen.
A dialog indicating completion of all log files acquisitions is displayed along with the log file display
screen.
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When Communications Connection Errors Occur
14.6. When Communications Connection Errors Occur
If communications cannot be established between the SX-2000SM and the PC, the following screen is
displayed. In such cases, the following possible causes may be considered.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
LAN cables are not connected.
Not straight cable but cross cable is connected.
STEP Category 5 straight cable fitted with RJ45 connectors is not used.
Power is not supplied to the switching hub.
The SX-2000SM and the switching hub are more than 100 m apart.
Power is not being supplied to the SX-2000SM.
Cable is not connected to the SX-2000SM's LAN connector.
The SX-2000SM's firmware version is 3.00 or earlier.
Incorrect settings of the IP address, subnet mask, default gateway or HTTP server port of the SX-2000SM or
PC.
•
•
•
•
The CF card is not inserted.
The SX-2000SM's DIP switch 2 or 3 is set to ON.
EV messages are being played back.
Emergency broadcasts are in progress.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
The CF card was removed during communications.
The SX-2000SM's DIP switch 2 was switched to ON during communications.
A LAN cable was disconnected during communications.
The power to the switching hub or other component turned off during communications.
The SX-2000SM is in the process of initialization.
The SX-2000SM's firmware version is 3.00 or earlier.
Incorrect settings of the IP address, subnet mask, default gateway or HTTP server port of the SX-2000SM or
PC.
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Cutting Off Communications Between the SX-2000SM and a PC
14.7. Cutting Off Communications Between the SX-2000SM and a PC
Step 1. Select "Communication
Disconnect" from the menu bar when communications are established
between the SX-2000SM and the PC.
The "Connection" indication displayed in the lower right corner of the screen goes off.
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SAVING THE SETTINGS FILE
15. SAVING THE SETTINGS FILE
Output the data set using the Setting Software as a file (smd file format), which is usable by the SX-2000
system.
Save this settings file to a CF card and allow the SX-2000SM to read this card in order to begin operation of
the system. (For the method of using the SX-2000SM to read the settings file, see the separate Operating
Instructions, "Operating Settings Data.")
Step 1. Select [File
Save] from the menu bar on the Setting Software.
A "Save As" dialog is displayed.
Step 2. Using the "Save in" pull-down menu, select the drive assigned to the CF card.
Step 3. Set a "File name."
Notes
• The filename "Sx2k2nd.smd" is assigned by default.
• When using the SX-2000SM to read a CF card, be sure to use the filename "Sx2k2nd.smd." Setting
data cannot be read if a different filename is used.
Step 4. Press the [Save] button.
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Write of the setting data starts.
The screen below is displayed during data write.
The screen below is displayed after the data write has been completed.
Step 5. Press the [OK] button.
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16. READING THE SETTINGS FILE
Read the saved settings file into the Setting Software.
Step 1. Select [File
Open] from the menu bar on the Setting Software.
An "Open" dialog is displayed.
Step 2. Designate the folder where the settings file is saved, and select the file, then press the [Open] button.
Read of the settings file starts.
The screen below is displayed during file read.
The screen below is displayed after the file read has been completed.
Step 3. Press the [OK] button.
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[When reading the old version Settings file (s2d format)]
Step 1. Select [File
Open] from the menu bar on the Setting Software.
An "Open" dialog is displayed.
An "Open" dialog is displayed.
Step 2. Select "S2D files (*.S2D)" in the File type box.
Step 3. Select the SX-2000 Settings data saved in the form of a file with the extension "s2d," then click the
[Open] button.
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Step 4. When the screen below is displayed, click the [Yes] button.
This starts Setting file reading. The screen below is displayed during a read operation.
The screen below is displayed after settings file reading is complete.
Step 5. Click the [OK] button.
Note
Reading the settings data saved in the "s2d" file format causes the following settings items to be automatically
converted.
[Remote Microphone's chime volume setting]
The setting range of the Remote Microphone's chime volume is from 0 to –20 dB (in 1 dB steps) for the old
version Setting Software and from 0 to –20 dB (in 2 dB steps) for the new Setting Software.
If the old parameter is an odd number, the new one becomes the value increased by 1 from that old
parameter.
(Example)
Before conversion (s2d format)
After conversion (smd format)
0 dB
0 dB
Chime volume
–1 dB
0 dB
–15 dB
–14 dB
–20 dB
–20 dB
[Priority level settings]
The priority level parameters on the new Setting Software become the values increased by 257 from those set
using the old version Setting Software.
Priority level
Before conversion (s2d format)
After conversion (smd format)
0
257
10
267
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[Output zone pattern settings]
For the general broadcast patterns and RM zone selection patterns set using the old version Setting Software,
only their pattern names and output destination zones are converted as output zone patters on the new
Setting Software.
If there exist the patterns assigned different names and input sound sources but assigned the same output
destination using the old version Setting Software, their output zone pattern names are converted in the
following priory order: "General broadcast pattern" > "RM zone selection pattern" and "Smaller pattern No." >
"Larger patter No."
Setting data set on the old version Setting Software
Pattern
Pattern name Sound source
Output destination
General broadcast pattern 1
PAGE_PTN1
AI1 CH5
AO1-AO2 ZONE1
General broadcast pattern 2
PAGE_PTN2
AI1 CH5
AO1-AO2 ZONE2
General broadcast pattern 7
PAGE_PTN7
AI1 CH5
AO1-AO2 ZONE7
General broadcast pattern 8
PAGE_PTN8
AI1 CH5
AO1-AO2 ZONE1-ZONE8
General broadcast pattern 9
PAGE_PTN9
AI1 CH6
AO1-AO2 ZONE1
General broadcast pattern 10
PAGE_PTN10
AI1 CH6
AO1-AO2 ZONE2
General broadcast pattern 16
PAGE_PTN16
AI1 CH6
AO1-AO2 ZONE1-ZONE8
RM zone selection pattern 1
RM_PTN1
AO1-AO2 ZONE1-3-5-7
RM zone selection pattern 2
RM_PTN2
AO1-AO2 ZONE2-4-6-8
RM zone selection pattern 128 RM_PTN128
AO1-AO2 ZONE1-ZONE8
If there exist the patterns
assigned different pattern
names and input sound
sources but assigned the
same output destination,
the new pattern(s) will be
created by avoiding
duplication of output zone
patterns.
In this example, as the
patterns' output
destinations in red are
duplicated with those listed
above, these patterns will
not be converted into the
new Setting Software data
according to the said
conversion order rule.
Data conversion
Setting data on the new version Setting Software
Pattern
Pattern name
Output destination
Output zone pattern 1
PAGE_PTN1
AO1-AO2 ZONE1
Output zone pattern 2
PAGE_PTN2
AO1-AO2 ZONE2
Output zone pattern 7
PAGE_PTN7
AO1-AO2 ZONE7
Output zone pattern 8
PAGE_PTN8
AO1-AO2 ZONE1-ZONE8
Output zone pattern 9
RM_PTN1
AO1-AO2 ZONE1-3-5-7
Output zone pattern 10
RM_PTN2
AO1-AO2 ZONE2-4-6-8
None
None
Only the patterns of which output
destinations are not duplicated in the
general broadcast patterns and RM
zone selection patterns can be
reflected as output destination zone
patterns in the settings data on the
new Setting Software.
Their pattern names remain
unchanged.
None
None
[Event settings]
The following functions set in the "Control input settings" or "RM function key settings" using the old version of
the Setting Software are automatically converted.
No. Before conversion (s2d format) After conversion (smd format)
(1) Volume change (UP, Pulse)
Zone volume adjustment (Pulse)
(2) Volume change (DOWN, Pulse) Zone volume adjustment (Pulse)
(3) Volume change (UP, Level)
None (Inconvertible)
(4) Volume change (DOWN, Level) Zone volume attenuation (Level)
Note
Functions of (1), (2), and (4) at left may
become "None" after conversion
depending on amount of volume change
made before conversion.
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17. PRINTING SETTINGS DATA
Settings data can be output as data file in CSV format, which then can be printed.
Step 1. Select [File
Data output
Settings data] from the menu bar on the Setting Software.
A "Setting data output" dialog is displayed.
Step 2. Using the "Save in" pull-down menu, select the folder where the settings file to be printed is saved.
Step 3. Set a "File name."
Note
The filename "Sx2k2nd.csv" is set by default.
When changing the filename, be sure to add a filename extension (csv).
Example: 0605setting_file.csv
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Step 4. Press the [Save] button.
This starts saving the setting data.
The screen below is displayed during data save.
The screen below is displayed when the save has finished.
Step 5. Press the [OK] button to close the screen.
Step 6. Open the saved .csv file and print.
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18. PRINTING LABELS FOR REMOTE MICROPHONES
To print a label for a Remote Microphone, first use the Setting Software to output the microphone's function
key assignments to an Excel file (book).
Note
Printing this label will require that Excel has been installed and configured correctly on the PC.
RM-200SF
RM-200S/200SA
RM-210
RM-200SF
FIREMAN'S MICROPHONE
MIC
SP
CPU
OFF
ON
RM-200SA
Insert labels here.
Step 1. Select [File
Data output
RM label] from the menu bar on the Setting Software.
An "RM label output" dialog is displayed.
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Step 2. Using the "Save in" pull-down menu, select the folder where the data for label print is to be saved.
Step 3. Set a "File name."
Notes
• The filename "sx2k2nd.xls" is assigned by default.
• When changing the filename, be sure to add a filename extension (xls).
Example: 0605rm_label.xls
Step 4. Press the [Save] button.
Read of the data for printing labels starts.
The screen below is displayed during data read.
The screen below is displayed after the data read has been completed.
Based on their ID numbers, separate worksheets are produced in the resulting Excel file (book) for
each RM-200SF or RM-200SA unit connected to the SX-2000AI or SX-2100AI.
The initial printing range for each ID number is 1 page for the RM-200SF or RM-200SA. It is also 1
page for the RM-210 when an RM-210 is connected to the RM-200SF or RM-200SA, and this applies
even if multiple RM-210 units are connected.
Step 5. Open the saved .xls (Excel) file and print.
Notes
• The actual print area and the width of the printed label may vary slightly depending on the type of
printer used.
• If the labels cannot be printed out correctly, refer to the separate Installation Manual, "Creating
remote microphone name labels."
• The paper used for the name label must be under 0.2 mm in thickness.
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[Print image of RM-200SA/210]
First page (RM-200SA)
AI1-RM2
RM-200SA L
RM-200SA R
POWER
KEY1
FAULT
KEY2
KEY3
EMGKEY
KEY4
KEY5
SYSKEY1
KEY6
SYSKEY2
KEY7
SYSKEY3
KEY8
KEY9
KEY10
Second page (RM-210)
AI1-RM2
RM-210 1
RM-210 2
KEY11
KEY21
KEY12
KEY22
KEY13
KEY23
KEY14
KEY24
KEY15
KEY25
KEY16
KEY26
KEY17
KEY27
KEY18
KEY28
KEY19
KEY29
KEY20
KEY30
RM-210 3
RM-210 4
Note
RM-210's key names are printed in the label boxes as many as the number of the set RM-210 units. (In the
example above, 2 RM-210 units are set for the RM-200SA.)
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[Print image of RM-200SF/210]
First page (RM-200SF)
AI1-RM1
RM-200SF
POWER
FAULT
CPU OFF
SYSKEY1
SYSKEY2
SYSKEY3
TALK
Second page (RM-210)
AI1-RM2
RM-210 1
RM-210 2
KEY1
KEY11
KEY2
KEY12
KEY3
KEY13
KEY4
KEY14
KEY5
KEY15
KEY6
KEY16
KEY7
KEY17
KEY8
KEY18
KEY9
KEY19
KEY10
KEY20
RM-210 3
RM-210 4
RM-210 5
Note
RM-210's key names are printed in the label boxes as many as the number of the set RM-210 units. (In the
example above, 2 RM-210 units are set for the RM-200SF.)
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19. TERMINATING SETTING SOFTWARE
Exit the Setting Software after all necessary settings and file outputs have been completed.
[File
Exit] from the menu bar on the Setting Software.
Note
If the setting file is not saved, the dialog below is displayed.
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