TOA VX-015DA TTW User manual

TOA VX-015DA TTW User manual
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The VX—-015DA is an Digital power amplifier used for the VX-3000 systems.
It is a module type with 1 channel of class—D digital power amplifier, which contribute to energy-saving
and light weight design.
The VX—-015DA also features standby mode to be set for reducing standby power consumption.
It requires a dedicated control units VX—3004F, VX—3008F, VX—3016F and power supply unit VX—3000DS.
Power Source 31 Y DC (operating range: 20 — 33 V DC)
DC power in: M4 screw terminal, distance between barriers: 11 mm (0.43)
Amplification System Class D
Power Consumption 40 W at 31 V DC
Rated Output Power 150 W (at 100 V line and min. impedance and max. capacitive load)
105 W (at 7/0 V line and min. impedance and max. capacitive load)
75 W (at 50 V line and min. impedance and max. capacitive load)
(at AC Mains VX-3000DS or VX-3150DS: 187 — 255 V)
Output Voltage 100 V (70 V, 50 V: selectable)
Minimum Impedance Load 6/7 © (at 100 V line), 47 Q (at 70 V line), 33 Q (at 50 V line)
Maximum Capacitive Load | 0.0 uF
Number of Channels 1
Input DA CONTROL LINK: Nylon connector (15 pins)
Output DA OUTPUT LINK: Nylon connector (2 pins)
Frequency Response 40 Hz — 20 kHz: —5 to +1 dB (at 100 V line, 30 dB (#1) output)
Distortion 1 % or less (at 100 V line, rated output, 1 kHz)
Signal to Noise Ratio 100 dB or more (at 100 V line, A—weighted)
Operating Temperature —5 Cto +45 C (23 °F to 113 °F)
Operating Humidity 90 ZRH or less (no condensation)
Finish Surface—treated steel plate
Dimensions 82.8 (W) X 91 (H) X 358.2 (D) mm (3.267 X 3.58" X 14.1")
Weight 1.5 kg (2.87 Ib)
Accessory DA CONTROL LINK Cable 1, DA OUTPUT LINK Cable 1, DC FUSE (10 A) -1
(x1) 0 dB = 1 V
Rear View
358.2 [14.17] 82.8 [3.267]
340.2 [13.397] 79 [3.117]
Side View
UNIT: mm SCALE:1/4
TOA Corporation
91 [3.58”]
Front View
DWG No: GVX011A1
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