Sennheiser MEB 104-L TC Instruction Manual

Sennheiser MEB 104-L TC Instruction Manual
TeamConnect
Meeting and audio conference solution
Instruction Manual
Contents
Contents
Important safety instructions.................................................................................5
Package contents.......................................................................................................7
Products...................................................................................................................... 7
Accessories................................................................................................................. 8
Bundles........................................................................................................................ 9
How to read this manual..........................................................................................10
System Introduction
The Sennheiser TeamConnect solution...................................................................11
Using the TeamConnect system..............................................................................12
The TeamConnect Quick Guide................................................................................ 12
Using the TeamConnect system for teleconferencing....................................... 13
Using the TeamConnect system for web conferencing...................................... 17
Using the TeamConnect system for conferencing applications with mobile
phones or tablet PCs................................................................................................. 18
The TeamConnect components................................................................................19
TeamConnect Central Unit....................................................................................... 19
TeamConnect Combox.............................................................................................. 19
Microphone Hub......................................................................................................... 19
SpeechLine microphones and microphone accessories..................................... 20
SpeechLine active loudspeakers............................................................................. 20
Configuration Manager software........................................................................... 21
Installation Guide
Installing and connecting the TeamConnect components...................................22
SL TeamConnect CU1 - Product overview............................................................. 23
SL TeamConnect CB1 - Product overview............................................................. 24
SL Mic Hub 1 - Product overview............................................................................ 25
Installing the SL TeamConnect CU1....................................................................... 26
Establishing a network connection........................................................................ 27
Connecting the SL TeamConnect CU1 to the telephone landline network..... 29
Connecting the SL TeamConnect CB1 to the SL TeamConnect CU1................. 30
Installing the SL TeamConnect CB1 in a meeting room..................................... 30
Using the GPIO port of the SL TeamConnect CB1................................................ 31
Connecting a computer............................................................................................ 32
Connecting a headset or an enterprise telephone.............................................. 32
Connecting the SL TeamConnect CU1 to a media control system................... 33
Connecting and positioning microphones............................................................ 34
Connecting microphones using the SL Mic Hub 1........................................... 34
Connecting microphones directly to the SL TeamConnect CU1.................... 38
Connecting auxiliary audio devices........................................................................ 38
Connecting audio output signals............................................................................ 39
Preparing the Quick Guide and the Room Sticker for the user......................... 40
The Configuration Manager software.................................................................... 41
Installing the Configuration Manager software.............................................. 41
Connecting a computer for configuring the system....................................... 41
Navigating the Configuration Manager software........................................... 43
Configuring the SL TeamConnect CU1............................................................... 46
Configuring microphone settings....................................................................... 47
Configuring audio processing settings.............................................................. 49
Configuring line input settings........................................................................... 50
Configuring audio output settings..................................................................... 51
Configuring teleconference settings.................................................................. 52
Configuring the settings of the SL TeamConnect CB1.................................... 54
Configuring communication settings................................................................ 55
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Contents
Using the Device Toolbox..................................................................................... 56
Using the Mixer Console....................................................................................... 59
Using presets.......................................................................................................... 61
Cleaning and maintaining the TeamConnect components..................................62
Specifications.............................................................................................................63
SL TeamConnect CU1................................................................................................. 63
SL TeamConnect CB1................................................................................................. 64
SL Loudspeaker 52 A................................................................................................ 66
SL Mic Hub 1............................................................................................................... 67
MAS 1 TC | MAS 2 TC................................................................................................. 67
MEB 102-L TC............................................................................................................. 68
MEB 104-L TC............................................................................................................. 68
MEB 114-S TC............................................................................................................. 69
Manufacturer Declarations......................................................................................70
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Contents
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Important safety instructions
Important safety instructions
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Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves,
or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the
manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution
when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long
periods of time.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when
the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord
or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the
apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not
operate normally, or has been dropped.
Use the mains plug to disconnect the apparatus from the mains.
Warning: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this
apparatus to rain or moisture.
Do not expose this equipment to dripping or splashing and ensure that no
objects filled with liquids, such as vases, are placed on the equipment.
The mains plug of the power supply cord shall remain readily operable.
Ensure that the power supply is
• properly plugged into the wall socket,
• only operated within the permissible temperature range (see
“Specifications”),
• not covered or exposed to direct sunlight for longer periods of time in
order to prevent heat accumulation.
The power supply must be readily accessible so that the equipment can be
easily disconnected from the AC power.
Do not attempt to service the power supply yourself, as opening or removing
covers may expose you to dangerous voltage, and will void the limited
warranty.
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Important safety instructions
Risk of fire due to overloading
Do not overload wall outlets and extension cables as this may result in fire and
electric shock.
Danger of hearing damage due to high volumes
This product is used for commercial purposes. Commercial use is subject to the
rules and regulations of the trade association responsible. Sennheiser, as the
manufacturer, is therefore obliged to expressly point out possible health risks
arising from use.
The product can produce sound pressure exceeding 85 dB(A). 85 dB(A) is the
sound pressure corresponding to the maximum permissible volume which is
by law (in some countries) allowed to affect your hearing for the duration of
a working day. It is used as a basis according to the specifications of industrial
medicine. Higher volumes or longer durations can damage your hearing. At higher
volumes, the duration must be shortened in order to prevent hearing damage.
The following are sure signs that you have been subjected to excessive noise for
too long a time:
• You can hear ringing or whistling sounds in your ears.
• You have the impression (even for a short time only) that you can no longer
hear high notes.
Inform all operators about these facts and, if necessary, ask them to set the
volume to a medium level.
Intended use
Intended use of the product includes
• using the product for professional purposes,
• having read and understood this instruction manual, especially the chapter
“Important safety instructions”,
• using the product within the operating conditions and limitations described in
this instruction manual.
“Improper use” means using the product other than as described in this instruction
manual, or under operating conditions which differ from those described herein.
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Package contents
Package contents
Products
SL TeamConnect CUCB1
Art. No. 506230
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1
1
4
4
8
2
8
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
Central Unit SL TeamConnect CU1
Combox SL TeamConnect CB1
power adapter
rack mount screws
rubber washers for the rack mount screws
3-pin orange terminal connectors
3-pin green terminal connectors
3-pin black terminal connectors
6-pin black terminal connector
RJ-9 cable
RJ-11 cable
RJ-45 cables
RJ-45 patch cable
USB cable
quick guide
quick guide sticker
room sticker
safety guide
SL Mobile Adapter 1
Art. No. 506767
1
SL Mobile Adapter 1
SL Mic Hub 1
Art. No. 506606
1
1
1
1
1
SL Mic Hub 1
RJ-45 to 12-pin terminal connector adapter cable
6- pin terminal connector cable
quick guide
safety guide
SL Loudspeaker 52 A
Art. No. 506243
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1
1
1
SL Loudspeaker 52 A
SL SpeakerMount 100 wall mounting system
quick guide
safety guide
MAS 1 TC
black: Art. No. 506722
white: Art. No. 506723
grey: Art. No. 506724
1
1
1
1
MAS 1 TC
XLR-5 to 7-pin terminal connector cable
quick guide
safety guide
MAS 2 TC
black: Art. No. 506603
white: Art. No. 506604
grey: Art. No. 506605
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1
1
1
MAS 2 TC
XLR-5 to 6-pin terminal connector cable
quick guide
safety guide
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Package contents
MEB 102-L TC
black: Art. No. 506729
white: Art. No. 506763
grey: Art. No. 506764
1
1
1
1
MEB 102-L
XLR-5 to 5-pin terminal connector cable
quick guide
safety guide
MEB 104-L TC
black: Art. No. 506730
white: Art. No. 506765
grey: Art. No. 506766
1
1
1
1
MEB 104-L
XLR-5 to 5-pin terminal connector cable
quick guide
safety guide
MEB 114-S TC
black: Art. No. 506600
white: Art. No. 506601
grey: Art. No. 506602
1
1
1
MEB 114-S TC with fixed 5-pin terminal connector cable
quick guide
safety guide
Accessories
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Mains cable 5 m EU white
Mains cable 5 m UK white
Mains cable 5 m US white
Art. No. 506276
Art. No. 506277
Art. No. 506278
Mains cable 1.8 m EU black
Mains cable 1.8 m UK black
Mains cable 1.8 m US black
Art. No. 549345
Art. No. 556917
Art. No. 556918
3.5 mm jack stereo cable for SL Mobile Adapter 1
Art. No. 556961
Package contents
TeamConnect System
TeamConnect Standard Fix
TeamConnect Standard Flex
TeamConnect Large Fix
TeamConnect Large Flex
Bundles
SL TeamConnect CUCB1
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1
1
1
1
SL Mobile Adapter 1
1
1
1
1
1
SL Mic Hub 1
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1
2
2
SL Loudspeaker 52 A
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2
2
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2
MAS 1 TC
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1
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2
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MAS 2 TC
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1
1
1
1
MEB 104-L TC
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4
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8
-
MEB 114-S TC
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-
4
-
8
Mains cable 5 m
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2
2
2
2
Mains cable 1.8 m
1
1
1
1
1
3.5 mm jack stereo cable
1
1
1
1
1
Article numbers
TeamConnect System EU
TeamConnect System UK
TeamConnect System US
TeamConnect Standard Fix EU
TeamConnect Standard Fix UK
TeamConnect Standard Fix US
TeamConnect Standard Flex EU
TeamConnect Standard Flex UK
TeamConnect Standard Flex US
TeamConnect Large Fix EU
TeamConnect Large Fix UK
TeamConnect Large Fix US
TeamConnect Large Flex EU
TeamConnect Large Flex UK
TeamConnect Large Flex US
Art. No. 506235
Art. No. 506236
Art. No. 506237
Art. No. 506737
Art. No. 506738
Art. No. 506739
Art. No. 506740
Art. No. 506741
Art. No. 506742
Art. No. 506743
Art. No. 506744
Art. No. 506745
Art. No. 506746
Art. No. 506747
Art. No. 506748
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How to read this manual
How to read this manual
This instruction manual is divided into two parts:
• The first part gives a general overview of the TeamConnect system, introducing
its usage and components. See “The Sennheiser TeamConnect solution” on
page 11.
• The second part is the installation guide which contains detailed information
on how to install, connect and configure the TeamConnect components. See
“Installing and connecting the TeamConnect components” on page 22.
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The Sennheiser TeamConnect solution
System Introduction The Sennheiser TeamConnect solution
The Sennheiser Group, with its headquarters in Germany, is one of the world‘s
leading manufacturers of microphones, headphones and wireless transmission
systems. We are shaping today the audio world of tomorrow – that is the
ambition that we and our company live by from day to day. This vision statement
describes what we are hoping to achieve together. The foundation for this is our
history, our culture of innovation and our passion for excellence.
With TeamConnect Sennheiser provides a professional complete audio system
for meeting rooms which require a web and telephone conference infrastructure.
Due to the optimization for speech intelligibility all TeamConnect components
such as microphones and loudspeakers match perfectly.
By using your business devices such as your iPad or your notebook you will be
able to start the meeting immediately. All necessary components are provided
by Sennheiser with the main objective: you care for your business, Sennheiser for
your conversations at meetings.
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Using the TeamConnect system
Using the TeamConnect system
The Sennheiser TeamConnect system can be used for both teleconferencing and
web conferencing applications.
In teleconferences the system is operated with a mobile dialer iOS App for
iPad / iPhone or with a browser-based dialer for computers (e.g. laptop, tablet,
etc.). With the dialer you can establish the telephone connection and control the
audio signals of the teleconference.
For web conferencing you need a computer with a web conferencing software
(e.g. WebEx, Skype, etc.) which you connect via USB to the TeamConnect Combox
in the meeting room. The Combox is the audio interface which is required to
process the audio signals of the web conference in the TeamConnect system.
It is possible to use the TeamConnect system for both teleconferencing and
web conferencing simultaneously.
The TeamConnect Quick Guide
In the meeting room you will find a Quick
Guide which provides an overview of
how to use your personal device for both
teleconferencing and web conferencing. In
the designated text fields, the Quick Guide
contains all information required to start a
teleconference or a web conference.
In case of doubt, refer to your system
administrator for help.
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Using the TeamConnect system
Using the TeamConnect system for teleconferencing
For teleconferences the TeamConnect system is used to establish the telephone
connection and to process all audio signals of the teleconference. The mobile
dialer iOS App or the browser-based dialer are used to operate the TeamConnect
system. You can use the dialer to dial the desired telephone number and to
control all audio signals of the teleconference.
The mobile dialer and the browser-based dialer have the same functionality.
You can use both to select the desired meeting room and then dial a
telephone number to start the teleconference.
mobile dialer iOS App
“TeamConnect” on iPad / iPhone
To start a teleconference with the mobile dialer iOS App:
Download the iOS App “TeamConnect” from the App Store and install it on
your iPad / iPhone.
You can download the iOS App via the QR code on the left or via this link:
https://itunes.apple.com/app/teamconnect/id691162558
You can also perform a search for “Sennheiser TeamConnect” in the App Store.
XX Connect your iPad / iPhone via WLAN to the desired network.
XX
XX
Start the “TeamConnect” mobile dialer iOS App on your iPad / iPhone.
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Using the TeamConnect system
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XX
Select the desired meeting room in the “TeamConnect” App.
XX
Log in using the room password provided by the system administrator.
XX
Dial a telephone number or select a number from the TeamConnect Phonebook
or the Address Book of your iPad / iPhone to start the teleconference.
Using the TeamConnect system
browser-based dialer on computer
To start a teleconference with the browser-based dialer:
XX
Connect your computer via WLAN or LAN to the desired network.
XX
Open a web browser on your computer.
Enter the address of the meeting room in the address bar of the browser. The
address is provided by the system administrator.
XX
In order to use the browser-based dialer please note that JavaScript and
Cookies must be enabled in your web browser.
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Using the TeamConnect system
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XX
Enter the room password provided by the system administrator.
XX
Dial a telephone number or select a number from the TeamConnect Phonebook
to start the teleconference.
Using the TeamConnect system
Using the TeamConnect system for web conferencing
For web conferences the TeamConnect system is used to process all audio
signals of the web conference. The web conference must be started with a web
conferencing software (e.g. WebEx, Skype, etc.) installed on a computer. The
computer with the web conferencing software is connected to the TeamConnect
system via the TeamConnect Combox in the meeting room, which is the audio
interface for connecting the computer to the TeamConnect system.
To use the TeamConnect system for web conferencing:
XX
Connect your computer to the TeamConnect Combox with a USB cable.
The TeamConnect Combox is installed in the meeting room.
TeamConnect Combox
Type B
Type A
The TeamConnect Combox is detected as the USB audio device “Sennheiser
TeamConnect” and is installed automatically on your computer as a plug &
play audio device.
XX Connect your computer to the internet.
XX Start your web conferencing software.
XX In your web conferencing software select “Sennheiser TeamConnect” as audio
device for incoming and outgoing audio signals.
All audio signals of your web conference are processed and reproduced via the
TeamConnect system.
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Using the TeamConnect system
Using the TeamConnect system for conferencing
applications with mobile phones or tablet PCs
An additional possibility to start a telephone or web conference is connecting any
mobile phone or tablet PC with a 3.5 mm jack socket to the Headset port of the
TeamConnect Combox. For that purpose you need the SL Mobile Adapter 1 from
3.5 mm jack socket to RJ-9, which is available as an accessory of the TeamConnect
system.
In addition to the SL Mobile Adapter 1 you need a 3.5 mm jack cable, which is also
available as a Sennheiser accessory (see page 8).
To connect your mobile phone or your tablet PC to the TeamConnect Combox:
XX
Connect the RJ-9 connector of the SL Mobile Adapter 1 to the HS socket of the
TeamConnect Combox.
CB1
TeamConnect Combox
RJ-9
XX
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3.5 mm jack socket
Connect the 3.5 mm jack socket of the SL Mobile Adapter 1 to the 3.5 mm jack
socket of your mobile device using the 3.5 mm jack stereo cable.
The audio signals of the applications on your mobile device are processed and
reproduced via the TeamConnect system.
The TeamConnect components
The TeamConnect components
The following Sennheiser components are part of or compatible with the
TeamConnect system.
TeamConnect Central Unit
The TeamConnect Central Unit is an automatic mixer for processing audio
inputs (e.g. microphones, telephone audio, computer audio) and outputs (e.g.
loudspeakers) for teleconferencing and web conferencing applications.
All components used with the TeamConnect system are connected to the Central
Unit. It has 10 audio input channels for up to 8 microphones and 2 auxiliary audio
devices as well as 8 audio output channels. The network and telephone landline
connections are also established by the Central Unit.
For using the TeamConnect system you do not need to operate the Central Unit
directly. The system is operated via your own device (e.g. tablet, smartphone or
computer). That is why the Central Unit can be installed permanently once all
connections have been established by the system administrator.
TeamConnect Combox
TeamConnect
The TeamConnect Combox is the audio
interface of the TeamConnect system.
It is connected to the Central Unit and
installed in the meeting room. It is used
to add USB audio and headset audio to
the TeamConnect system.
When you use a computer for web conferencing, the TeamConnect Combox is
required to process all audio signals of the computer in the TeamConnect system.
An additional feature of the TeamConnect Combox is the possibility of connecting
a telephone headset or an enterprise telephone for processing the audio signal of
the headset or the enterprise telephone in the TeamConnect system.
Microphone Hub
The Microphone Hub simplifies the
cabling of the TeamConnect system.
It allows for the connection of up to
four microphones and two logic control
buttons.
Then, all the signals are bundled in only one cable which is connected to the Central
Unit. This reduces the amount of cables needed in contrast to all microphones
being connected individually to the Central Unit.
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The TeamConnect components
SpeechLine microphones and microphone accessories
The Sennheiser SpeechLine microphone series offers a variety of different
microphones and microphone accessories for different applications. The following
SpeechLine microphones should be used with the TeamConnect system:
MEB 102: in-table boundary layer microphone (omni-directional)
MEB 104: in-table boundary layer microphone (with directional characteristic)
MEB 114: on-table boundary layer microphone (with directional characteristic)
MAS 1 TC: in-table logic control button for microphone mute function
MAS 2 TC: in-table logic control button for telephone hook function
For further information on the Sennheiser SpeechLine microphones and
microphone accessories refer to the product page of the SpeechLine
microphone series at www.sennheiser.com or the instruction manual of the
SpeechLine microphone series.
SpeechLine active loudspeakers
The Sennheiser SL Loudspeaker 52 A is part of the SpeechLine product family
and is compatible with the TeamConnect solution. It has been developed to
provide the best possible audio experience and speech intelligibility in meeting
environments.
For further information on the Sennheiser SL Loudspeaker 52 A refer to
the product page at www.sennheiser.com or the instruction manual of the
loudspeaker.
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The TeamConnect components
Configuration Manager software
The Configuration Manager software is used by the system administrator to
set up and configure all components used with the TeamConnect system. It is
not used for operating the TeamConnect system for teleconferencing and web
conferencing.
The Configuration Manager software is required to adjust the settings of the
installed components.
For information on how to adjust the settings in the Configuration Manager
software refer to chapter “The Configuration Manager software” on page 41.
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Installing and connecting the TeamConnect components
Installation Guide Installing and connecting the TeamConnect
components
The Installation Guide is the second part of this instruction manual and provides
detailed information on how to install, connect and configure the different
components and devices of the TeamConnect solution.
The following illustration provides a schematic overview of the components and
connections of the TeamConnect system. The components highlighted in orange
must be accessible for the user in the meeting room. The components highlighted
in blue form the system infrastructure.
Meeting Room
Combox
System Infrastructure
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Installing and connecting the TeamConnect components
SL TeamConnect CU1 - Product overview
Front
1
2
3
1 ON / OFF hook indicator
4
Indicates if the telephone line is active (blue) or inactive (red)
Indicate which microphone channels are active (blue) or muted (red)
2 MICROPHONE indicators
Indicate current meter level of the output chosen as the volume channel in the
Configuration Manager software
USB 2.0 port for connecting a computer - only for configuring the CU1 with the
Configuration Manager software
3 METERING indicators
4 USB port
Back
5
6
5 TELCO telephone interface
6 RS-232 control port
7
8
9
0
A
B
LAN RJ-45 socket
LINK IN RJ-45 socket
MIC / LINE IN inputs
LINE IN inputs
LINE OUT outputs
Power adapter input
7
8
9
0
A
B
LINE: RJ-11 socket for connecting the CU1 to the analog landline network
SET: RJ-11 socket for connecting an analog telephone set to the CU1
Control port for connecting a 3rd party media control system (e.g. AMX or
Crestron)
Ethernet port (10/100 Mbps) for connecting the CU1 to a network
Link input for connecting the CB1 to the CU1
Audio input terminal for microphone and/or line level inputs
Audio input terminal for line level inputs only
Audio output terminal
12 V DC 2.5 A
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Installing and connecting the TeamConnect components
SL TeamConnect CB1 - Product overview
Front
C
TeamConnect
C POWER indicator
Back
D
E
D CONTROL / STATUS
socket
E USB port
F HS RJ-9 socket
G LINK OUT RJ-45 socket
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F
G
GPIO port for connecting external switches or
status indicators or the SL Mic Hub 1
For information on the pin allocation refer
to page 31.
USB 2.0 port for connecting a computer to the
CB1 in order to process the audio signals of the
computer with the TeamConnect system
Input for connecting a telephone headset or the
headset connector of an enterprise telephone to
the CB1
Link output for connecting the CB1 to the link
input of the CU1 with a standard Cat 5 cable
Installing and connecting the TeamConnect components
SL Mic Hub 1 - Product overview
Front
H
I
J
Back
J
H CONTROL / STATUS
sockets
I AUDIO OUT socket
J MIC 1 - MIC 4 sockets
K MUTE socket
K
H
Logic ports for connecting the MAS 2 TC hook
button, the SL TeamConnect CB1 or a second
SL Mic Hub 1
RJ-45 socket for connecting the SL Mic Hub 1 to
the SL TeamConnect CU1 using the supplied RJ-45
to 12-pin terminal connector adapter cable
5-pin terminal for connecting the TeamConnect
microphones
7-pin terminal for connecting the MAS 1 TC mute
button
Pin allocation
MIC 1 - MIC 4 sockets
1
2
3
4
5
CONTROL / STATUS sockets
1
2
3
4
5
mute
mute status
ground
audio +
audio -
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
MUTE socket
mute
mute status
hook
hook status
+5V
ground
1
2
3
4
for external
power supply
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
+5V out
mute
red
green
ground
+5V in
ground
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Installing and connecting the TeamConnect components
Installing the SL TeamConnect CU1
All components of the TeamConnect system used in the meeting room setup must
be connected to the central control unit SL TeamConnect CU1. When all cables are
connected, the SL TeamConnect CU1 can be installed permanently. The user does
not need to access the SL TeamConnect CU1 directly. All further configuration and
operation is performed via iPad / iPhone or computer.
The supplied rack mounting brackets and screws allow for an installation of
the CU1 in a rack unit.
CAUTION
Danger of injury and material damage due to incorrectly laid cables!
XX Make sure that all cables to the product are laid so that no one can stumble
over them and suffer injury or cause damage to the cables and the product.
Connecting the SL TeamConnect CU1 to the mains power supply
Connect the cable of the power adapter to the power adapter input B of the
SL TeamConnect CU1.
XX Connect the mains cable to the power adapter.
XX Connect the mains plug of the mains cable to a power outlet.
XX
Disconnecting the SL TeamConnect CU1 from the mains power supply
XX
Pull out the mains plug from the power outlet.
CAUTION
Product damage due to unsuitable mains cables or power outlets!
An unsuitable power supply can damage the product.
XX Only use the supplied mains cable and power adapter for connecting the
product to the mains power supply.
XX Only use multi-outlet power strips or extension cables with protective ground
contacts.
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Installing and connecting the TeamConnect components
Establishing a network connection
You can either connect the SL TeamConnect CU1 to an existing network or you can
set up a separate wireless network for directly accessing the SL TeamConnect CU1
in telephone or web conferences. After establishing a network connection the
mobile dialer iOS App “TeamConnect” or the browser-based dialer can be used to
operate the system during conferences. The device which is used for dialing must
be connected to the same network as the SL TeamConnect CU1.
Connecting the SL TeamConnect CU1 to an existing network
To connect the SL TeamConnect CU1 to a network:
CU1
RJ-45
XX
XX
RJ-45
Plug an RJ-45 cable into the LAN socket 7 of the SL TeamConnect CU1.
Plug the other end of the RJ-45 cable into a network socket of your existing
network.
The IP address is obtained automatically via DHCP.
The SL TeamConnect CU1 has an integrated DHCP client for automatic IP
configuration, which is activated by default. In order to use the automatic
IP configuration the network must have a DHCP server. The DHCP client of
the SL TeamConnect CU1 can be deactivated in the Configuration Manager
software for manually configuring the IP address (see page 55). In case
of doubt, refer to your IT administrator for further information.
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Installing and connecting the TeamConnect components
Setting up a separate wireless network
For exclusive access to the SL TeamConnect CU1 you can set up a separate wireless
network.
To connect the SL TeamConnect CU1 to a WLAN router:
CU1
LAN4
RJ-45
LAN3
LAN2
LAN1
RJ-45
Plug an RJ-45 cable into the LAN socket 7 of the SL TeamConnect CU1.
XX Plug the other end of the RJ-45 cable into a network socket of the WLAN router.
You can now access the SL TeamConnect CU1 wirelessly from an iPad/iPhone
or a computer.
XX
For information on configuring the WLAN router refer to the instruction
manual of the WLAN router.
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Installing and connecting the TeamConnect components
Connecting the SL TeamConnect CU1 to the telephone
landline network
For teleconferencing the SL TeamConnect CU1 is needed to establish the
telephone connection. It must be connected to the analog telephone landline
network. The SL TeamConnect CU1 also offers the possibility of connecting an
analog telephone set.
Connecting the SL TeamConnect CU1 to an analog phone line
To connect the SL TeamConnect CU1 to the analog landline telephone network:
CU1
RJ-11
RJ-11
Plug an RJ-11 cable into the LINE socket of the TELCO telephone interface 5 of
the SL TeamConnect CU1.
XX Plug the other end of the RJ-11 cable into a telephone wall socket.
The SL TeamConnect CU1 is now connected to the analog landline telephone
network. In teleconferences, the mobile dialer iOS App “TeamConnect” or the
browser-based dialer can be used for dialing.
XX
Connecting a telephone set to the SL TeamConnect CU1
To connect a telephone set to the SL TeamConnect CU1:
CU1
RJ-11
RJ-11
Plug an RJ-11 cable into the SET socket of the TELCO telephone interface 5 of
the SL TeamConnect CU1.
XX Plug the other end of the RJ-11 cable into the respective socket of the
telephone set.
XX
The connected telephone set cannot be used as a substitute for the mobile
dialer iOS App “TeamConnect” or the browser-based dialer. You cannot
establish a teleconference with the connected telephone set. You can only
use it for private calls.
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Installing and connecting the TeamConnect components
Connecting the SL TeamConnect CB1 to the
SL TeamConnect CU1
The SL TeamConnect CB1 is the audio interface of the TeamConnect system. It
must be installed in the meeting room. The user can connect a computer for using
the TeamConnect system for processing the audio signals of web conferences.
The SL TeamConnect CB1 can also be used to connect a telephone headset or
the headset connector of an enterprise telephone for teleconferences. The
SL TeamConnect CB1 is connected to the SL TeamConnect CU1 with a standard
Cat 5 RJ-45 cable.
To connect the SL TeamConnect CB1 to the SL TeamConnect CU1:
CB1
CU1
RJ-45
RJ-45
Plug an RJ-45 cable into the LINK OUT socket G of the SL TeamConnect CB1.
XX Plug the other end of the RJ-45 cable into the LINK IN socket 8 of the
SL TeamConnect CU1.
The SL TeamConnect CB1 is now connected to the SL TeamConnect CU1 and can
be used for connecting a computer or a headset.
XX
Installing the SL TeamConnect CB1 in a meeting room
TeamConnect
The SL TeamConnect CB1 must be installed in the meeting room in such a way
that the user has easy access to it in order to connect their computer.
We recommend mounting the SL TeamConnect CB1 underneath the meeting
room table with the three mounting brackets of the SL TeamConnect CB1.
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Installing and connecting the TeamConnect components
Using the GPIO port of the SL TeamConnect CB1
The SL TeamConnect CB1 has a GPIO port where you can connect external switches
or status indicators for controlling or indicating the mute status of a microphone
or for opening and closing the telephone line.
GPIO port pin allocation
For connecting switches or status indicators observe the following pin allocation:
Pin
Allocation
Function
Pin 1
Microphone mute control
(3.3 V; internal 10 kΩ pull-up)
Master mute function for all
microphones
• toggles at falling edge
Pin 2
Microphone mute status
(open collector)
Status of the master mute
function
• output level = low  mute
Pin 3
On/Off hook control
(3.3 V; internal 10 kΩ pull-up)
Opens or closes the telephone
line
• toggles at falling edge
Pin 4
On/Off hook status
(open collector)
Sends the status of the
telephone line
• output level = low  active
call
Pin 5
5 V DC (up to 40 mA)
Power supply
Pin 6
Ground
Ground
Using the GPIO port with Sennheiser equipment
Some of the Sennheiser SpeechLine microphones also have logic ports which can
be connected to the GPIO port of the SL TeamConnect CB1. This enables the control
of the master mute function and the indication of the mute status directly at the
microphones. For information on connecting the SpeechLine microphones refer
to the instruction manual of the SpeechLine microphone series.
Using the GPIO port with third-party equipment
When you are using third-party equipment please observe the following wiring:
Hook
Mute
6 5 4 3 2 1
5V
Mute status
10 kΩ
Hook status
10 kΩ
Pin: 6 5 4 3 2 1
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Installing and connecting the TeamConnect components
Connecting a computer
For web conferencing applications the user can use the TeamConnect system to
process the audio signals of the web conference. For that purpose the computer
must be connected to the SL TeamConnect CB1, which is installed in the meeting
room.
To connect a computer to the SL TeamConnect CB1:
CB1
Type B
Type A
Plug the type B plug of the USB cable into the USB port E of the
SL TeamConnect CB1.
XX Plug the type A plug of the USB cable into a USB port of the computer.
The SL TeamConnect CB1 is detected as a USB audio device and displayed as
“Sennheiser TeamConnect”. No additional USB driver is required.
XX
Connecting a headset or an enterprise telephone
An additional possibility of using the SL TeamConnect CB1 is connecting a
telephone headset or an enterprise telephone.
To connect a headset to the SL TeamConnect CB1:
CB1
RJ-9
XX
RJ-9
Plug the RJ-9 cable of the headset into the HS RJ-9 socket F of the
SL TeamConnect CB1.
To connect an enterprise telephone to the SL TeamConnect CB1:
Plug an RJ-9 cable into the HS RJ-9 socket F of the SL TeamConnect CB1.
XX Plug the other end of the cable into the headset socket of the enterprise
telephone.
The audio signal of the enterprise telephone is processend in the TeamConnect
system. The enterprise telephone can also be used for dialling. Therefore it
must be connected to the telephone line or system.
XX
Some headsets or enterprise telephones require further configuration of
their pin allocation. These settings are configured in the COM Settings
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Installing and connecting the TeamConnect components
configuration window of the Configuration Manager software (see page
54). For additional information refer to the instruction manual of the
headset or the enterprise telephone.
Connecting the SL TeamConnect CU1 to a media control
system
CU1
The TeamConnect system can be used with media control systems of third-party
manufacturers (e.g. AMX, Crestron, etc.). The SL TeamConnect CU1 can be
connected to a media control system via a serial connection using the RS-232 port
of the SL TeamConnect CU1 or via a network connection. For network connections
the Telnet protocol is used.
To connect the SL TeamConnect CU1 to a media control system via a serial
connection:
XX
XX
Plug an RS-232 cable into the RS-232 port 6 of the SL TeamConnect CU1.
Plug the other end of the RS-232 cable into the respective port of the media
control system.
To connect the SL TeamConnect CU1 to a media control system via a network
connection:
XX
Connect the media control system to the same network as the
SL TeamConnect CU1 (see page 27).
For more information on the media control system refer to the instruction
manual of the respective system or the product page of the respective
manufacturer.
TeamConnect Media Control Protocol
You will find the list of commands required for using the SL TeamConnect CU1 with
a media control system in the TeamConnect Media Control Protocol document
“TeamConnect_Media_Control_Protocol.pdf” on the TeamConnect product page
at www.sennheiser.com.
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Installing and connecting the TeamConnect components
Connecting and positioning microphones
Microphones can either be connected using the SL Mic Hub 1 or directly to the
SL TeamConnect CU1.
Connecting microphones using the SL Mic Hub 1
The SL Mic Hub 1 allows for a very easy and quick connection of the TeamConnect
microphones and the TeamConnect logic control buttons.
34 | TeamConnect
SL Mic Hub 1
• microphone hub for connecting the TeamConnect
microphones and logic control buttons
• includes adapter cables for the connection to the
SL TeamConnect CU1 and the SL TeamConnect CB1
• one SL Mic Hub 1 allows the connection of 4 microphones
• two SL Mic Hub 1 devices can be cascaded to enable the
connection of up to 8 microphones
MEB 102-L TC
• omni-directional install boundary layer microphone
• includes XLR-5 to 5-pin terminal connector adapter cable
(length: 3 m)
MEB 104-L TC
• cardioid install boundary layer microphone
• includes XLR-5 to 5-pin terminal connector adapter cable
(length: 3 m)
MEB 114-S TC
• cardioid on-table boundary layer microphone
• with fixed 5-pin terminal connector cable (length: 3 m)
MAS 1 TC
• logic control button for mute function
• includes XLR-5 to 7-pin terminal connector adapter cable
(length: 3 m)
MAS 2 TC
• logic control button for telephone hook function
• includes XLR-5 to 6-pin terminal connector adapter cable
(length: 3 m)
Installing and connecting the TeamConnect components
To connect the TeamConnect microphones and accessories:
XX
Connect the AUDIO OUT socket of the SL Mic Hub 1 to the MIC / LINE IN terminal
of the SL TeamConnect CU1 using a shielded Cat 5 cable with RJ-45 connectors
and the supplied RJ-45 to 12-pin terminal adapter.
XX
Connect the CONTROL / STATUS port of the SL Mic Hub 1 to the CONTROL / STATUS
port of the SL TeamConnect CB 1 using the supplied 6-pin to 6-pin terminal
connector cable.
XX
Connect the TeamConnect microphones to the MIC 1 to MIC 4 sockets of the
SL Mic Hub 1.
You can connect up to 4 microphones to the SL Mic Hub 1.
XX
Connect the MAS 1 TC mute button to the MUTE socket of the SL Mic Hub 1
using the supplied XLR-5 to 7-pin terminal connector cable.
XX
Connect the MAS 2 TC hook button to the second CONTROL / STATUS socket of
the SL Mic Hub 1 using the supplied XLR-5 to 6-pin terminal connector cable.
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Connect the CONTROL / STATUS socket of the second SL Mic Hub 1 to the
CONTROL / STATUS socket of the first SL Mic Hub 1 using the supplied 6-pin to
6-pin terminal connector cable.
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Installing and connecting the TeamConnect components
TeamConnect system setups with the SL Mic Hub 1
Application A. up to 4 on-table microphones
• 1 x SL Mic Hub 1
• 4 x MEB 114-S TC
• 1 x MAS 2 TC
Two Cat 5 cables needed
between table and Central Unit
SL Mic Hub 1
Central Unit
SL TeamConnect CU1
Combox
SL TeamConnect CB1
Application B: up to 4 in-table microphones
•
•
•
•
1 x SL Mic Hub 1
4 x MEB 102-L TC or MEB 104-L TC
1 x MAS 1 TC
1 x MAS 2 TC
Two Cat 5 cables needed
between table and Central Unit
SL Mic Hub 1
Central Unit
SL TeamConnect CU1
Combox
SL TeamConnect CB1
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Installing and connecting the TeamConnect components
Application C: up to 8 on-table microphones
• 2 x SL Mic Hub 1
• 8 x MEB 114-S TC
• 1 x MAS 2 TC
Three Cat 5 cables needed
between table and Central Unit
SL Mic Hub 1
Central Unit
SL TeamConnect CU1
SL Mic Hub 1
Combox
SL TeamConnect CB1
Application D: up to 8 in-table microphones
•
•
•
•
2 x SL Mic Hub 1
8 x MEB 102-L TC or MEB 104-L TC
2 x MAS 1 TC
1 x MAS 2 TC
Three Cat 5 cables needed
between table and Central Unit
SL Mic Hub 1
Central Unit
SL TeamConnect CU1
SL Mic Hub 1
Combox
SL TeamConnect CB1
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Installing and connecting the TeamConnect components
Connecting microphones directly to the SL TeamConnect CU1
CU1
You can connect up to eight microphones to the orange MIC / LINE IN terminal
of the SL TeamConnect CU1. For attaching the microphone cables you need the
supplied terminal connectors.
To connect a microphone to the SL TeamConnect CU1:
Remove the insulation from the wires at the end of the microphone cable.
XX Attach the three wires to the terminal connector observing the correct pin
allocation (see figure on the left).
XX Plug the terminal connector into one of the eight channels of the MIC / LINE IN
terminal 9 of the SL TeamConnect CU1.
XX Plug the XLR connector at the other end of the microphone cable into the
microphone.
XX
You can also connect line sources to the MIC / LINE IN terminal. For line
sources the gain settings of the input must be adjusted in the Configuration
Manager software (see “Configuring microphone settings” on page 47).
Installing the microphones in the meeting room
The Sennheiser SpeechLine microphones used with the TeamConnect system
must be installed or placed in the meeting room for adequate use in telephone
or web conferences.
To install the microphones in the meeting room:
XX
Observe the installation instructions in the instruction manual of the
SpeechLine microphone series.
To configure the audio settings of a connected microphone:
XX
See “Configuring microphone settings” on page 47.
For further information on the Sennheiser SpeechLine microphones refer to
the instruction manual of the SpeechLine microphone series or the product
page at www.sennheiser.com.
Connecting auxiliary audio devices
CU1
The green LINE IN input terminal of the SL TeamConnect CU1 allows the connection
of auxiliary audio devices. These could be the audio signals of video conferencing
systems or DVD players in the meeting room. For attaching the audio cables you
need the supplied terminal connectors.
To connect an auxiliary audio device to the SL TeamConnect CU1:
Remove the insulation from the wires at the end of the audio cable.
XX Attach the three wires to the terminal connector observing the correct pin
allocation (see figure on the left).
XX Plug the terminal connector into one of the two channels of the LINE IN
terminal 0 of the SL TeamConnect CU1.
XX Plug the connector at the other end of the audio cable into the respective
terminal of the auxiliary audio device.
XX
For unbalanced line sources the negative contact and the ground contact
must be bridged.
For further information on the auxiliary audio device refer to the instruction
manual of the audio device.
38 | TeamConnect
Installing and connecting the TeamConnect components
Connecting audio output signals
CU1
The black LINE OUT terminal of the SL TeamConnect CU1 has eight audio output
channels for connecting audio output signals (e.g. active loudspeakers or other
audio devices).
To connect an audio output signal to the SL TeamConnect CU1:
Remove the insulation from the wires at the end of the audio cable.
XX Attach the three wires to the terminal connector observing the correct pin
allocation (see figure on the left).
XX Plug the terminal connector into one of the eight channels of the LINE OUT
terminal A of the SL TeamConnect CU1.
XX Plug the connector at the other end of the audio cable into the respective
terminal or socket of the active loudspeaker or audio device.
XX
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Installing and connecting the TeamConnect components
Preparing the Quick Guide and the Room Sticker for the
user
The Quick Guide delivered with the product is
intended to be placed in the meeting room as
a resource to help the user getting started with
the TeamConnect system for teleconferencing
and web conferencing. The Quick Guide is
available in two variants: as a paper variant and
as a sticker.
The Room Sticker is a smaller version of the
Quick Guide which only contains the text fields
for the network and meeting room information
without the illustrations.
XX
Fill out the following information in the designated text fields of the Quick
Guide and the Room Sticker:
Text field
Information to be provided
Network Name
XX
Indicate the name of the network
SL TeamConnect CU1 is connected to.
Room Name
XX
Indicate the name of the meeting room for the
mobile dialer iOS App.
The name of the meeting room can be defined
in the Communication Settings configuration
window of the Configuration Manager software
(see page 55).
Room Password
XX
Indicate the password of the room for the mobile
dialer iOS App and the browser-based dialer.
The default password is Sennheiser. The
password can be changed in the Communication
Settings configuration window of the
Configuration Manager software (see page
55).
Link
XX
Indicate the address of the meeting room for the
browser-based dialer.
The address is http:// followed by the device
name defined in the Communication Settings
configuration window of the Configuration
Manager software (see page 55).
the
The Room Sticker should only be used if the user already knows how the
TeamConnect system works. If the user does not know how the TeamConnect
system works, the Quick Guide is useful to help them get started with the
system.
40 | TeamConnect
The Configuration Manager software
The Configuration Manager software
The Configuration Manager
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Installing the Configuration Manager software
For installing and using the Configuration Manager software, you need
administrator rights on the computer. Without administrator rights the
software cannot be installed or used.
To install the software:
Navigate to the folder where you downloaded the software and double-click
Setup.exe.
The installation wizard launches.
XX Follow the steps in the installation wizard.
The Configuration Manager software and the USB driver for the
SL TeamConnect CU1 are installed.
XX
The Configuration Manager software is compatible with Windows XP,
Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.
Connecting a computer for configuring the system
In order to configure the TeamConnect system with the Configuration Manager
software, you have to connect the computer, on which the Configuration Manager
software is installed, to the SL TeamConnect CU1. There are three possibilities to
connect the computer to the SL TeamConnect CU1:
• via the USB port at the front of the SL TeamConnect CU1
• via the RS-232 port at the back of the SL TeamConnect CU1
• via an Ethernet connection.
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The Configuration Manager software
Connecting the computer to the SL TeamConnect CU1 via USB
To connect your computer to the SL TeamConnect CU1 via USB:
Install the Configuration Manager software on your computer, so that the USB
driver for the SL TeamConnect CU1 is installed on your computer.
XX Plug the type B plug of the USB cable into the USB port 4 at the front of the
SL TeamConnect CU1.
XX Plug the type A plug of the USB cable into a USB port of your computer.
XX
CU1
Type B
Type A
The SL TeamConnect CU1 is detected as a USB device on your computer
and the USB driver is installed. The SL TeamConnect CU1 is available in the
Configuration Manager software.
CU1
Connecting the computer to the SL TeamConnect CU1 via a serial cable
To connect your computer to the SL Team Connect CU1 via the RS-232 control
port:
Install the Configuration Manager software on your computer.
Plug an RS-232 cable into the RS-232 port 6 of the SL TeamConnect CU1.
XX Plug the other end of the cable into the serial port of your computer.
The SL TeamConnect CU1 is available in the Configuration Manager software.
XX
XX
Connecting the computer to the SL TeamConnect CU1 via an Ethernet connection
To connect your computer to the SL TeamConnect CU1 via Ethernet:
Connect your computer to the same network as the SL TeamConnect CU 1 (see
page 27).
XX In the Configuration Manager software select the SL TeamConnect CU1.
XX If prompted, enter the username and password.
The default username is Admin and the default password is Sennheiser. The
username and password can be changed in the Communication Settings
configuration window of the Configuration Manager software (see page 55).
XX
If your computer is connected via USB or RS-232, you can immediately access
the SL TeamConnect CU1 in the Configuration Manager software. Only if
your computer is connected via Ethernet, you are prompted for a username
and password before connecting. You can only make one connection at a
time.
42 | TeamConnect
The Configuration Manager software
Navigating the Configuration Manager software
For installing and using the Configuration Manager software, you need
administrator rights on the computer. Without administrator rights the
software cannot be installed or used.
After starting the Configuration Manager software the start screen is displayed.
The following elements are important for navigating the Configuration Manager
software.
Connections List
The Connections list is generated automatically and displays all
SL TeamConnect CU1 devices available in the network or subnetwork. In the
icon of each SL TeamConnect CU1 in the Connections list you can see the type
of connection indicated with a symbol of the respective plug (USB, RS-232 or
Ethernet). Underneath the icon the device name of the SL TeamConnect is
displayed
To start configuring an SL TeamConnect CU1:
XX
Click on the icon of the desired SL TeamConnect CU1 in the Connections list.
The configuration screen of the selected SL TeamConnect CU1 opens.
For detailed information on configuring the SL TeamConnect CU1 refer to
“Configuring the SL TeamConnect CU1” on page 46.
Device Toolbox
The Device Toolbox lists audio setting presets for the Sennheiser SpeechLine
microphones and allows creating and editing audio setting presets for other
common audio devices like loudspeakers, amplifiers, sound cards, etc.
For detailed information on using the Device Toolbox refer to “Using the
Device Toolbox” on page 56.
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The Configuration Manager software
Status Indicators
The status indicators on the bottom of the window indicate the following
information.
Status Indicator
Status
Communications
Indicates if an SL TeamConnect CU1 is connected via USB,
RS-232 or Ethernet or not connected.
Telephone In Use
Indicates if the telephone line is in use.
Mic / Mute Gating
Indicates if a microphone channel is muted or gated.
Menu Bar
The menu bar provides access to the following menus and settings:
File menu
Option
Settings
New File
Creates a new configuration settings file (file extension:
.CU1).
This option opens a new configuration screen. An
SL TeamConnect CU1 does not need to be connected. The
settings can be configured working offline and can be
imported to a connected SL TeamConnect CU1 later.
Open File
Opens an existing configuration settings file (.CU1).
Save File
Saves the current configuration settings as a configuration
settings file (.CU1) on your computer.
Save File As
Saves the current configuration settings as a new
configuration settings file (.CU1) on your computer.
Import File
Imports a configuration settings file to the currently
connected SL TeamConnect CU1.
Use this option if the configuration settings have been
configured offline and are intended to be applied to a
connected SL TeamConnect CU1.
Exit
Configuration Preset menu
This menu is only available in the menu bar when a configuration screen is
open.
Option
Settings
Save Current
Saves the current configuration settings in one of the four
Configuration As preset slots.
Preset
This menu is only available when a configuration screen is
open.
For more information on using the presets refer to
chapter “Using presets” on page 61.
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The Configuration Manager software
Option
Settings
Run Preset 1
Applies the stored Preset 1
Run Preset 2
Applies the stored Preset 2
Run Preset 3
Applies the stored Preset 3
Run Preset 4
Applies the stored Preset 4
Tools menu
Option
Settings
Network Find
Opens a search dialog to find an SL TeamConnect CU1
device in the network via the network name or the IP
address.
Phonebook Edit
Opens the Phonebook of the SL TeamConnect CU1. The
telephone numbers stored in the Phonebook can be
accessed in the mobile dialer and the browser-based dialer.
Regional
Settings
Opens a menu for configuring the local time and time zone
settings.
Event Log
Opens the Event Log which keeps a user-definable record
of events such as passwords, dialing, reboots and errors.
The selected events are tracked and listed in the Event
Log.
Firmware Loader Updates the firmware of the SL TeamConnect CU1.
Edit Device List
Opens the Device Toolbox Editor (see page 56).
TeamConnect
Combox Updater
Updates the firmware of the SL TeamConnect CB1.
Help menu
Option
Settings
Help
Opens the software help.
About
Opens manufacturer information of the Configuration
Manager software.
Help Language
Selects the language of the software help.
The software help is also available at any time by pressing the F1 key on
the PC keyboard.
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The Configuration Manager software
Configuring the SL TeamConnect CU1
The audio and communication settings of an SL TeamConnect CU1 are adjusted in
the configuration screen of the respective SL TeamConnect CU1.
To open the configuration screen of an SL TeamConnect CU1:
XX
Click on the icon of the desired SL TeamConnect CU1 in the Connections list.
The configuration screen of the selected SL TeamConnect CU1 opens.
The following configuration menus are available:
XX
Configuration menu
Settings
Mics
Configures the microphone input channels
(MIC / LINE IN terminal of the SL TeamConnect CU1).
Processing
Configures additional audio processing channels
Inputs
Configures the line input channels (LINE IN terminal
of the SL TeamConnect CU1)
Outputs
Configures the output channels (LINE OUT terminal
of the SL TeamConnect CU1)
Telco
Configures the teleconference settings
COM Settings
Configures the SL TeamConnect CB1 for USB audio
and telephone headsets
Communications
Configures the network and serial connection
settings
Mixer Console
Patches the audio signals of the inputs to the
desired outputs
Presets
Saves the current configuration settings in one of
the four preset slots.
Click on the desired icon in the configuration screen to adjust the respective
settings.
You can also configure the settings without an SL TeamConnect CU1 being
connected. The configuration screen is opened by clicking File  New File in
the menu bar (see “Menu Bar” on page 44 for more information).
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The Configuration Manager software
Configuring microphone settings
The audio settings of microphones and audio devices connected to the orange
MIC / LINE IN terminal of the SL TeamConnect CU1 are configured in the Mics area
of the configuration screen.
To configure the microphone settings:
XX
Click on the Mics icon in the configuration screen.
The Mic Settings configuration window opens.
The Mic Settings configuration window has four tabs where you can adjust
the following settings:
Level tab
Option
Settings
Make / Model
Indicates, if a device from the Device Toolbox is used
(see page 56).
Coarse Gain /
Fine Gain
Adjusts the gain settings of the selected input.
P Pwr
Activates / deactivates phantom power for the selected
input.
Mute
Mutes the selected input.
ALC
Activates / deactivates auto level control for the selected
input.
Processing tab
Option
Settings
System
Settings
Allows the configuration of reference outputs for the
acoustic echo cancellation (Virtual Ref channels in the
Mixer Console, see page 59) and for the PA Adaptive
mode of the gating configuration (see Gating tab below).
PTT
Allows the configuration of the Push-To-Talk mode of the
microphone connected to the selected input.
NLP
Configures the non-linear processing options
Filter
Activates and configures an audio filter for the selected
input.
Gating tab
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The Configuration Manager software
Option
Settings
Max Number of
Microphones
Defines the maximum number of microphones which are
active simultaneously.
Gate Mode
• Auto (default): Gating depends on the maximum
number of microphones.
• Man On: Gates the channel on. The audio signal is on
permanently. The channel is counted in the maximum
number of microphones.
• Man Off: Gates the channel off. The audio signal is
attenuated by the specified Off Attn level.
• Override On: Gates the channel on. The audio signal
is on permanently. This channel is not counted in the
maximum number of microphones. That means this
microphone is always active.
• PA Adaptive: The audio level of the output specified
under System Settings in the Processing tab (see
Processing tab above) is used as the reference
ambient audio level at which the mic is not gated on.
Gate Ratio
Defines how much louder the audio level of the
microphone must be compared to the ambient audio
level before the channel automatically gates on if Auto
is selected. The default value is 15 dB.
Hold Time
Defines how long the channel stays gated on after the
audio level falls below the specified Gate Ratio. The
default value is 0.3 seconds.
Off Attn
Defines the attenuation of the audio signal when the
channel is gated off. The default value is 12 dB.
Decay Rate
Defines how fast the audio signal is turned off after the
specified Hold Time. The default value is Medium.
Chairman
Override
Activates gating priority of the selected mic over any
other mic. When a mic with Chairman Override enabled
gates on, all mics which do not have Chairman Override
enabled will gate off.
AEC Meter tab (Acoustic Echo Cancellation)
XX
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Option
Settings
Echo Return
Loss (ERL)
Shows the difference between the reference signal level
and the input level to the echo canceller.
Echo
Return Loss
Enhancement
(ERLE)
Shows the difference of the loss through the echo
cancellation and the non-linear processing chain
Total Echo
Shows the total ERL and ERLE reduction.
Open the respective tab to adjust the desired settings.
The Configuration Manager software
Configuring audio processing settings
You can configure three general audio processing channels with different audio
settings (equalizer, filter, etc.) which you can apply to selected input and output
channels.
To configure the audio processing settings:
XX
Click on the Processing icon in the configuration screen.
The Processing Settings configuration window opens.
In the Processing Settings configuration window you can adjust the following
settings:
Option
Settings
Filter
Activates and configures an audio filter for the selected
processing channel.
Comp
Activates and configures a compressor for the selected
processing channel.
Mute
Mutes the selected processing channel.
Gain
Adjusts the gain setting of the selected processing channel.
To apply the settings of the audio processing channels to input and output
channels:
Open the Mixer Console (see page 59).
XX Route the processing channels to the desired audio channels.
XX Close the Mixer Console.
The audio processing settings are applied to the selected channels.
XX
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The Configuration Manager software
Configuring line input settings
The audio settings of audio devices connected to the green LINE IN terminal of
the SL TeamConnect CU1 are configured in the Inputs area of the configuration
screen.
To configure the line input settings:
XX
Click on the Inputs icon in the configuration screen.
The Input Settings configuration window opens.
The Input Settings configuration window has two tabs where you can adjust
the following settings:
Tab
Option
Settings
Level
Make / Model
Indicates, if a device from the Device
Toolbox is used (see page 56).
Input Gain
Adjusts the gain settings of the
selected input.
Mute
Mutes the selected input.
Low
Adjusts the level of the low range
frequencies.
Mid
Adjusts the level of the mid range
frequencies.
High
Adjusts the level of the high range
frequencies.
Equalization
XX
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Open the respective tab to adjust the desired settings.
The Configuration Manager software
Configuring audio output settings
The audio settings of the audio output channels of the black LINE OUT terminal of
the SL TeamConnect CU1 are configured in the Outputs area of the configuration
screen.
To configure the audio output settings:
XX
Click on the Outputs icon in the configuration screen.
The Output Settings configuration window opens.
In the Output Settings configuration window you can adjust the following
settings:
Option
Settings
Make / Model
Indicates, if a device from the Device Toolbox is used (see
page 56).
Output Gain
Adjusts the gain of the selected output channel.
Output Level
Displays the output level of the selected output channel.
NOM
Activates the NOM function (Number of Open Mics).
NOM maintains a constant output level by automatically
adjusting gain levels based on the number of microphones
gated on and routed to the selected output channel. NOM
reduces the output level proportionally by 3 dB for every
doubling in the number of open microphones.
Mute
Mutes the selected output channel.
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The Configuration Manager software
Configuring teleconference settings
The teleconference settings of the TeamConnect system are configured in the
Telco area of the configuration screen.
To configure the teleconference settings:
XX
Click on the Telco icon in the configuration screen.
The Telephone Settings configuration window opens.
The Telephone Settings configuration window has three tabs where you can
adjust the following settings:
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Tab
Option
Settings
Preferences
Auto-Answer
Activates automatic answering of
phone calls after 2 rings or 4 rings.
Disabled
deactivates
automatic
answering.
Ringer Melody
Selects the ringer melody.
Auto-Disconnect
Activates automatic disconnection
when the SL TeamConnect CU1 detects
loop-drop or call progression.
Audible Connect
Plays a courtesy tone letting the user
know when the phone is on or off
hook.
Ringer Level
Adjusts the volume of the ringer
melody.
Ringer Test
Plays the ringer melody.
Local Number
Allows entering the local number or
extension of the SL TeamConnect CU1
in your telephone network.
The Configuration Manager software
Tab
Option
Settings
Level
Receive ALC
Activates auto level control, which
keeps the telephone audio level
consistent with audio levels coming
from other sources.
Telco Receive
Adjusts the incoming telephone audio
signal.
ClearEffect
Activates the ClearEffect.
Telephone lines limit audio bandwidth
to a range of 300 Hz to 3.3 kHz. The
ClearEffect enhances the incoming
signal from a telephone line to emulate
wideband audio by adding high and
low frequencies to the audio signal.
Telco Transmit
Adjusts the outgoing telephone audio
signal.
NOM
Activates the NOM function (Number
of Open Mics).
NOM maintains a constant output level
by automatically adjusting gain levels
based on the number of microphones
gated on and routed to the selected
output channel. NOM reduces the
output level proportionally by 3 dB for
every doubling in the number of open
microphones.
Dialer
Country Setting
Selects the region you are using the
TeamConnect system in.
If the SL TeamConnect CU1 is connected
to the analog landline network:
XX
Select your region
If the SL TeamConnect CU1 is connected
to a PBX telephone system:
XX
XX
Select the region “US/Canada”
Flash Setting
Adjusts the appropriate flash value
for the local telephone network or the
telephone system (PBX).
Volume
Assignment
Defines which channel is controlled
with the volume slider in the dialer. If
you want to control several channels
you can patch them to a processing
channel in the Mixer Console and
indicate this processing channel here.
Set Volume
Sets the volume of the selected
channel.
Global Mic
Mutes
all
microphones.
The
previous mute settings of the single
microphones will be overwritten.
Open the respective tab to adjust the desired settings.
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The Configuration Manager software
Configuring the settings of the SL TeamConnect CB1
The settings of the USB and Headset ports of the SL TeamConnect CB1 are
configured in the COM Settings area of the configuration screen.
To configure the settings of the SL TeamConnect CB1:
XX
Click on the COM Settings icon in the configuration screen.
The COM Settings configuration window opens.
The COM Settings configuration window has two tabs where you can adjust
the following settings:
Tab
Option
Settings
Level
USB Tx / USB Rx
Adjusts transmit and receive levels of
the USB port.
Headset Tx /
Headset Rx
Adjusts transmit and receive levels of
the headset port.
Mute
Mutes the selected channel.
NOM
Activates the NOM function (Number
of Open Mics).
NOM maintains a constant output level
by automatically adjusting gain levels
based on the number of microphones
gated on and routed to the selected
output channel. NOM reduces the
output level proportionally by 3 dB for
every doubling in the number of open
microphones.
Configuration
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ALC
Activates auto level control, which
maintains a consistent level on the
Headset Rx channel.
LEC
Activates line echo cancellation.
NLP
Activates non-linear processing.
Headset
Configuration
Adjusts headset gain
allocation settings.
Open the respective tab to adjust the desired settings.
and
pin
The Configuration Manager software
Configuring communication settings
The settings of the network and serial connections of the SL TeamConnect CU1
are configured in the Communications area of the configuration screen.
To configure the communication settings:
XX
Click on the Communications icon in the configuration screen.
The Communication Settings configuration window opens.
The Communication Settings configuration window has two tabs where you
can adjust the following settings:
Tab
Option
Settings
Networking
MAC address
Indicates the MAC address of the
SL TeamConnect CU1.
Device Name
Defines
the
name
of
the
SL TeamConnect CU1 device in
the network. The device name is
required for the address of the
browser-based dialer. The address is
http://DeviceName.
Example:
• Device name: TeamConnect-123
• Address of browser-based dialer:
http://TeamConnect-123
Serial
XX
Room Name
Defines the room name required to
access the SL TeamConnect CU1 in the
mobile dialer iOS App.
Use DHCP
Defines if the IP address is obtained
automatically (DHCP is activated)
or if the IP address is static (DHCP is
deactivated).
Use DNS
Defines if a domain name system is
used for static IP addresses.
IP Filters
Defines up to 4 IP filters. If an IP
filter is defined, only the devices
with the IP addresses entered in the
IP Filters area can connect to the
SL TeamConnect CU1 via an Ethernet
connection.
Change Admin
Login
Defines
the
username
and
password required to access the
SL TeamConnect CU1 via an Ethernet
connection in the Configuration
Manager software.
Change Room
Password
Defines the room password required to
access the meeting room in the mobile
dialer iOS App and the browser-based
dialer.
Baud Rate
Adjusts the data rate of the RS-232
control port.
Flow Control
Manages the data rate between two
data nodes, preventing a fast sender
from outrunning a slow receiver.
Open the respective tab to adjust the desired settings.
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The Configuration Manager software
Some changes might require a reboot of the SL TeamConnect CU1. During
the reboot the audio signals are interrupted.
Using the Device Toolbox
The Device Toolbox is a list of audio setting presets for certain audio devices.
It contains audio setting presets for the Sennheiser SL Loudspeaker 52 A, for
the Sennheiser MEB 102, MEB 104 and MEB 114-S microphones as well as audio
setting presets for other common Sennheiser microphones. You can use the
listed devices to apply their audio setting presets to an audio channel of the
SL TeamConnect CU1. You can also edit the existing devices or create new audio
setting presets for common audio devices.
Applying devices to audio channels
To apply a device from the Device Toolbox to an audio input or output channel:
XX
Click on the device in the Device Toolbox and drag it to the desired audio
channel (drag & drop).
The audio setting preset of the selected device is applied to the selected
channel. The make and model of the device are listed in the respective channel
of the input and output configuration windows.
Adding, editing and deleting devices
Devices are added, edited or deleted in the Device Toolbox Editor.
To open the Device Toolbox Editor:
Click on Tools/Edit Device List in the menu bar.
or
XX Right-Click on a device in the Device Toolbox and select Device Toolbox Editor.
The Device Toolbox Editor opens.
XX
In the Device Toolbox Editor you can edit the audio settings of existing devices,
add audio settings for new devices or delete existing devices.
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The Configuration Manager software
To add a new device to the Device Toolbox:
Open the Device Toolbox Editor.
XX Click Add.
The Add Device dialog box opens.
XX
XX
Select a device type in the Device Type dropdown menu.
The following device types are available:
Device Type
Description
Video Codec
Use for audio setting presets for e.g. video
conferencing systems, etc.
Sound Card
Use for audio setting presets for e. g. PC sound cards.
Record/Playback
Use for audio setting presets for audio devices like
CD/DVD/mp3 players, etc.
Amplifier
Use for audio setting presets for amplifiers or selfpowered loudspeakers, etc.
Microphone
Use for audio setting presets for microphones.
PTT Microphone
Use for audio setting presets for push-to-talk
microphones.
Enter the name of the manufacturer in the Manufacturer text field.
XX Enter the name of the model in the Model text field.
The manufacturer name and model will be displayed as Make and Model in
the input and ouput channel configuration windows.
XX Configure the desired audio settings.
XX Click OK to save the audio settings as a device in the Device Toolbox.
XX
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The Configuration Manager software
To edit an existing device in the Device Toolbox:
Open the Device Toolbox Editor.
XX Select the desired device in the list of existing devices.
XX Click Edit.
The Edit Device dialog box opens. It has the same features as the Add Device
dialog box.
XX Configure the desired audio settings.
XX Click OK to save the changed settings of the device in the Device Toolbox.
XX
To delete an existing device from the Device Toolbox:
Open the Device Toolbox Editor.
XX Select the desired device in the list of existing devices.
XX Click Delete.
The selected device is deleted from the Device Toolbox.
XX
The audio setting presets of the Sennheiser microphones and loudspeakers
cannot be deleted.
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The Configuration Manager software
Using the Mixer Console
The Mixer Console is used to route the audio signals of the inputs to the desired
outputs using a matrix array. Any input or combination of inputs can be routed
to any output or combination of outputs.
To open the the Mixer Console:
XX
Click on the Mixer Console icon in the configuration screen.
The Mixer Console configuration window opens
The inputs are listed on the left and the outputs are listed along the top of the
matrix. The additional numbers and letters along the labels of the inputs and
outputs show the cross point coordinates.
To route an input to an output:
XX
Click on the intersection between the desired input and the desired output in
the routing matrix.
The selected input is routed to the selected output. The cross points of the
MIC inputs are displayed in orange. The cross points of the other inputs are
displayed in green.
There are six restricted routing paths which prevent Telco, Headset Rx,
USB Rx and the three Processing channels from being routed back to
themselves.
To adjust the level of an input-output cross point:
Right-click on the orange or green cell of the input-output cross point.
XX Select Cross Point from the shortcut menu.
XX Move the slider to adjust the level to the desired value.
XX
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The Configuration Manager software
Virtual Reference outputs
The Virtual Reference outputs allow the combination of multiple audio sources to
create a single combined audio signal which can be used as the reference signal
for echo cancellation.
To combine the desired audio signals as a single virtual reference in the
Mixer Console:
XX
Route the desired audio signals to the desired Virtual Ref channel in the Mixer
Console.
All channels routed to the respective Virtual Ref channel in the Mixer Console
will be treated as one combined audio signal for echo cancellation reference.
To specify the desired virtual reference channel as reference for echo cancellation:
Open the Mic Settings configuration window (see page 47).
XX Navigate to the Processing tab.
XX Select Virtual Ref 1 or Virtual Ref 2 in the AEC/PA Reference 1 or
AEC/PA Reference 2 dropdown menu.
The selected virtual reference channel is used as reference for echo cancellation.
XX
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The Configuration Manager software
Using presets
All configuration settings adjusted in the different configuration menus of the
Configuration Manager software can be saved as presets for later use. There are
four preset slots for saving the settings.
The presets are stored directly on the SL TeamConnect CU1. They can be
applied later by the user with the dialer. If you save the configuration
settings as a configuration settings file (.CU1) on your computer using the
File  Save File As option in the menu bar (see page 44), the settings
cannot be applied as a preset by the user in the dialer.
To save the settings as a preset:
XX
Click on the Presets icon in the configuration screen.
The Presets dialog box opens.
Enter the name of the preset in one of the Preset # text fields.
XX Enter a description of the preset in the corresponding Description text field.
XX Click Close to close the dialog box.
XX
To run a saved preset:
XX
Click on the Presets icon in the configuration screen.
The Presets dialog box opens.
Click on the Run button of the desired preset.
XX Click Close to close the dialog box.
The selected preset is applied to all settings.
XX
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Cleaning and maintaining the TeamConnect components
Cleaning and maintaining the TeamConnect
components
CAUTION
Damage to the product caused by liquids!
Liquids entering the product can short-circuit the electronics or damage the
mechanics.
Solvents or cleansing agents can damage the surface of the product.
XX Keep all liquids away from the product.
XX Do not use any solvents or cleansing agents.
Before cleaning, switch all devices off and disconnect them from the mains
power supply.
XX Only use a dry and soft cloth to clean the devices.
XX
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Specifications
Specifications
SL TeamConnect CU1
Housing
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
17" x 7.5" x 2"
(43.2 cm x 19.1 cm x 5.1 cm)
4.5 lbs.
(2.25 kg)
Audio performance
Conditions
Frequency response
Noise (EIN)
THD+N
Dynamic range
Crosstalk
Sampling rate
A/D - D/A converters
Unless otherwise specified, all
measurements are performed with a
20 Hz to 22 kHz BW limit
(no weighting)
20 Hz to 22 kHz BW, max gain
-124 dBu, 22 kHz BW, max gain
Rs = 150 Ω
< 0.02 %
100 dB (non A-weighted)
< -91 dB, rel 17 dBu
48 kHz
24-bit
MIC / LINE IN inputs 1-8
Impedance
Maximum level
Echo cancellation
Phantom power
10 kΩ balanced
-65 dBu to +17 dBu
128 ms tail time
(works with 12 dB of room gain)
24 V DC at 10 mA
LINE IN inputs 1-2
Impedance
Maximum level
10 kΩ balanced
17 dBu
LINE OUT outputs 1-8
Impedance
Nominal level
Maximum level
50 Ω
0 dBu
17 dBu
Telephone interface
Telephone audio performance
conditions
Frequency response
THD+N
SNR
Unless otherwise specified, all
measurements are performed with
Transmit Limiter and Receive ALC
disabled
250 Hz to 3.3 kHz ±1 dB
< 0.30 % re-max level 250 Hz
to 3.3 kHz
> 62 dB re-max level
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Specifications
Telco line echo cancellation
Telephone noise cancellation
Tail time: 32 ms
Null: 55 dB nominal
6-15 dB attenuation
RS-232 Control port
Connector
Baud rates
Protocol
Hardware flow control
DB9 female
9,600 / 19,200 / 38,400 /
57,600 (default) / 115,200
8-bit / 1 stop / no parity
ON (default)/OFF
Operating and storage conditions
Temperature
Relative air humidity
Operation: 0 to +40 °C
Storage: -30 to +85 °C
20 to 90 %
SL TeamConnect CB1
Housing
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
4.7" x 5.6" x 1.7"
(11.9 cm x 14.3 cm x 4.4 cm)
1.51 lbs.
(0.75 kg)
Audio performance
Frequency response
Noise
Dynamic range
40 to 3,300 Hz THD
< 0.04 % re-max level with 0 dB gain
at 1 kHz
> 84 dB (non A-weighted)
Operating and storage conditions
Temperature
Relative air humidity
Operation: 0 to +40 °C
Storage: -30 to +85 °C
20 to 90 %
External Power Supply
DC output voltage
AC input voltage
AC input frequency
Input current
Output power
Temperature
Relative air humidity
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+12 V
100 to 240 V AC
47 to 63 Hz
0.8 A (RMS) max. at 115 V AC
0.5 A (RMS) max. at 240 V AC
30 W
Operation: 0 to +40 °C
Storage: -30 to +85 °C
20 to 90 %
Specifications
Terminal connectors
3-pin terminal connector
6-pin terminal connector
Contact spacing
Phoenix Contact MC 1.5/ 3-ST-3.5
(or similar)
Phoenix Contact MC 1.5/ 6-ST-3.5
(or similar)
3.5 mm
In compliance with
Europe
USA/Canada
Access and Terminals (AT):
ETSI ES 203021-1/2/3
EMC:
EN 55022
EN 55024
EN 61000-3-2
EN 61000-3-3
Safety:
EN 60950-1
RoHS:
EN 50581
Energy Efficiency:
EC Regulation No. 278/2009 (External
Power Supply)
FCC CFR 47 Part 15b + 68
ICES 003 + CS03
UL/CSA 60950-1
WARNING
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
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Specifications
SL Loudspeaker 52 A
Acoustics
Frequency response ± 3 dB
Max. SPL at 1 m (150 - 5,000 Hz)
THD at 90 dB SPL at 1 m > 200 Hz
53 - 30,000 Hz
97 dB SPL
<1%
Electronics
Nominal output power woofer
RMS at 1 % THD
(with deactivated limiter)
Nominal output power tweeter
RMS at 1 % THD
(with deactivated limiter)
THD + N vs. frequency at 1 W output
SNR at 1 kHz
CMRR
Crossover frequency
Slope low pass woofer
Slope high pass tweeter
Resonance frequency high pass woofer
Slope high pass woofer
HF position adjustments
MF position adjustments
LF position adjustments
Input sensitivity at 97 dB SPL
Switch-on level switch-on automatics
Auto standby
Input impedance:
balanced
unbalanced
40 W
40 W
0.16 %
95 dB
71 dB
4.5 kHz
12 dB/oct. (2nd order)
24 dB/oct. (4th order)
55 Hz; 75 Hz; 100 Hz
24 dB/oct. (4th order)
f = 2,800 Hz, Gain +1.4 dB
flat
f = 2,800 Hz, Gain -1.5 dB
flat
f = 100 Hz, Gain -2.7 dB
f = 320 Hz, Gain -3.7 dB
flat
f = 800 Hz, Gain -2.0 dB, 6 dB Lowshelf
f = 800 Hz, Gain -4.0 dB, 6 dB Lowshelf
Switch positions
-6 dBu
0 dBu
10 dBu
1.4 mVRMS
20 min
> 10 kΩ
> 10 kΩ
Product properties
Power consumption (standby)
Power consumption (idle)
Power consumption (max)
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Weight
Mounting points
Power supply
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230 V AC; 0.47 W /
110 V AC; 0.34 W
230 V AC; 4.75 W /
110 V AC; 4.53 W
230 V AC; 95 W /
110 V AC; 91 W
240 mm x 140 mm x 161 mm
(9.45" x 5.51" x 6.34")
3.1 kg
2 x M6 for SL SpeakerMount 100
1 x M6 for safety wire
on rear panel with depth 10 mm
AC 100 - 240 V~; 50 - 60 Hz
Specifications
Operating and storage conditions
Temperature
Relative humidity
Operation: 0 - +40 °C
Storage: -25 - +70 °C
95 % (non-condensing)
In compliance with
Europe
USA
Canada
EMC:
EN 55103-1/-2
Safety:
En 60065
47 CFR 15 subpart B
CAN ICES-3 (B)/NMB-3(B)
SL Mic Hub 1
Housing
Dimensions
metal
144 x 76.3 x 31.5 mm
Ports
4x Mic
2x Connect/Status
1x Mute
1x Audio
5-pin terminal connector
6-pin terminal connector
7-pin terminal connector
RJ-45
Power supply
The SL Mic Hub 1 ist connected to the Combox (SL TeamConnect CB1) via a 6-pin
terminal connector cable. The Combox delivers the necessary power supply to
operate the bi-color status LEDs of the mute button MAS 1 TC and the hook
button MAS 2 TC.
The Combox supplies sufficient power for up to 5 MAS 1/2 buttons. If you want
to use more than 5 buttons in your setup, you need to connect an external power
supply (5 V, >100 mA, recommended Sennheiser Power supply Art. No. 534480)
to pin 6 and 7 of the MUTE socket.
MAS 1 TC | MAS 2 TC
Supply voltage
Connector
Pin assignment XLR-5M out
LED light ring color
TTL levels for LED activation
Current consumption LED ring
Weight
Height
Diameter
Thread
Operating temperature
5 V (12 mA max.)
XLR-5M
1 = Switch
2 = Switch
3 = LED red 4 = LED green 5 = LEDs +5 V in
red / green
12 V
12 mA
60 g
81 mm (8 mm above surface)
28.5 mm
M 20
-10 °C to +50 °C
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Specifications
MEB 102-L TC
Transducer principle
Acoustic principle
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
Nominal impedance at 1 kHz
Sensitivity
Maximum sound pressure level
Equivalent noise level
Equivalent noise level weighted as per
CCIR 468-3
Dynamic range
Phantom power
Current consumption
Connector
Pin assignment XLR-5M out
LED light ring color
TTL levels for LED activation
Connection cable
Weight
Height
Diameter
Thread
Operating temperature
pre-polarized condenser microphone
boundary layer microphone
omni-directional
40 Hz – 20 kHz
200 Ohm
16 mV/Pa
125 dB
21 dB (A)
31 dB (CCIR)
104 dB (A)
P 24 – P 48
6 mA
XLR 5
1 = gnd
2 = + (Mic +)
3 = - (Mic -)
4 = LED green (trigger signal)
5 = LED red (default)
red / green
high > 2.4 V
low < 0.4 V
XLR-5F / Terminal connector 5-pin,
length 3 m
58 g
83 mm (12mm above surface)
28.5 mm
M 20
0 ° to +40 °C
MEB 104-L TC
Transducer principle
Acoustic principle
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
Nominal impedance at 1 kHz
Sensitivity
Maximum sound pressure level
Equivalent noise level
Equivalent noise level weighted as per
CCIR 468-3
Dynamic range
Phantom power
Current consumption
Connector
Pin assignment XLR-5M out
LED light ring color
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pre-polarized condenser microphone
boundary layer microphone
cardioid
40 Hz – 20 kHz
200 Ohm
14 mV/Pa
125 dB
28 dB (A)
38 dB (CCIR)
97 dB (A)
P 24 – P 48
6 mA
XLR 5
1 = gnd
2 = + (Mic +)
3 = - (Mic -)
4 = LED green (trigger signal)
5 = LED red (default)
red / green
Specifications
TTL levels for LED activation
Connection cable
Weight
Height
Diameter
Thread
Operating temperature
high > 2.4 V
low < 0.4 V
XLR-5F / Terminal connector 5-pin,
length 3 m
60 g
90 mm (19 mm above surface)
28.5 mm
M 20
0 ° to +40 °C
MEB 114-S TC
Transducer principle
Acoustic principle
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
Nominal impedance at 1 kHz
Sensitivity
Maximum sound pressure level
Equivalent noise level
Equivalent noise level weighted as per
CCIR 468-3
Dynamic range
Switchable low cut
Phantom power
Current consumption
Connector
Pin assignment
LED light ring color
Microphone modes
Logic out
Logic in
Weight (without cable)
Dimensions (WxDxH)
Operating temperature
pre-polarized condenser microphone
boundary layer microphone
cardioid
40 Hz – 20 kHz
200 Ohm
10 mV/Pa
140 dB
29 dB (A)
39 dB (CCIR)
111 dB (A)
at 120 Hz
P 24 – P 48
5,3 mA
Terminal block 5-pin
1 - mute
2 - mute status
3 - ground
4 - audio +
5 - audio red / green
controlled externally
high level output voltage > 2.4 V
low level output voltage < 0.4 V
high level input voltage > 2.0 V
low level input voltage < 0.8 V
291 g
85 x 100 x 25 mm
-10 °C to +50 °C
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Manufacturer Declarations
Manufacturer Declarations
Warranty
Sennheiser electronic GmbH & Co. KG gives a warranty of 24 months on this
product.
For the current warranty conditions, please visit our website at www.sennheiser.com
or contact your Sennheiser partner.
SL TeamConnect CU1 and SL TeamConnect CB1
In compliance with the following requirements
• Battery Directive (2006/66/EC)
CE Declaration of Conformity
• RoHS (2011/65/EU)
• R&TTE Directive (1999/5/EC)
External Power Supply
CE Declaration of Conformity
•
•
•
•
RoHS (2011/65/EU)
Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC)
EMC Directive (2004/108/EC)
ErP Directive (2009/125/EC)
SL Mic Hub 1, MAS 1 TC, MAS 2 TC, MEB 102-L TC,
MEB 104-L TC, MEB 114-S TC
In compliance with the following requirements
• WEEE Directive (2012/19/EU)
CE Declaration of Conformity
• RoHS (2011/65/EU)
• EMC Directive (2004/108/EC)
SL Loudspeaker 52 A
CE Declaration of Conformity
• RoHS (2011/65/EU)
• Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC)
• EMC Directive (2004/108/EC)
The declarations are available on the product page at www.sennheiser.com.
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Manufacturer Declarations
Trademarks
Sennheiser is registered trademark of Sennheiser electronic GmbH & Co. KG.
Other company, product, or service names mentioned in this instruction manual
may be the trademarks, service marks, or registered trademarks of their
respective owners.
Adobe® Flash® Player. Copyright © 1996 - 2010. Adobe Systems Incorporated.
All rights reserved. Adobe and Flash are trademarks or registered trademarks in
the United States and/or other countries.
Statements regarding FCC and Industry Canada
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with the Canadian ICES-003.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Sennheiser electronic Corp.
could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
FCC Part 68 Compliance
US: FBIBR00BINTERACT
Ringer Equivalence Number (REN): 0.0B(ac)
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC Rules Requirements adopted
by ACTA . The mixer unit of this equipment contains, among other information,
a product identifier in the format US:AAAEQ##TXXXX. If requested, this
information must be provided to your telephone company.
The REN is used to determine the number of devices that may be connected
to the telephone line. Excessive RENs on the telephone line may result in the
devices not ringing in response to an incoming call. In most, but not all areas,
the sum of the RENs should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number
of devices that may be connected to the line, as determined by the total RENs,
contact the telephone company to obtain the maximum RENs for the calling area.
The REN for this product is part of the product identifier that has the format
US:AAAEQ##TXXXX. The digits represented by ## are the REN without a decimal
point (e.g. 03 is a REN of 0.3).
If this equipment causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company
will notify you in advance that temporary discontinuance of service may be
required. If advance notice isn’t practical, the telephone company will notify the
customer as soon as possible. Also, you will be advised of your right to file a
complaint with the FCC if you believe it is necessary.
The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations,
or procedures that could affect the operation of the equipment. If this happens,
the telephone company will provide advance notice in order for you to make the
necessary modifications to maintain uninterrupted service.
This equipment uses an RJ11C jack that is used to connect this equipment to
the premises wiring and telephone network. This RJ11C jack complies with the
applicable FCC Part 68 Rules and Requirements adopted by the ACTA. A compliant
telephone cord and modular plug is provided with this product. It is designed to
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Manufacturer Declarations
be connected to a compatible modular jack that is also compliant. See installation
instructions for details.
WARNING:
The country code must be set correctly in Console to ensure that the unit operates
properly when connected to the Telco network, and that it complies with the
country’s Telco requirements. Changing this code to a country other than the
intended country of operation might cause TeamConnect devices to be noncompliant. 304.
If you experience problems with this equipment, contact Sennheiser Electronic
Corp (NY), 1 Enterprise Drive, Old Lyme, CT 06371, or by phone at (877) 736-6434
for repair and warranty information. If the equipment is causing harm to the
telephone network, the telephone company may request that the equipment be
disconnected until the problem is resolved.
No user serviceable parts are contained in this product. If damage or malfunction
occurs, contact Sennheiser Electronic Corp for instructions on its repair or return.
Connection to party line service is subject to state tariffs. Contact the state public
utility commission, public service commission or corporation commission for
information. This equipment cannot be used on telephone company provided
coin service.
If your home has specially wired alarm equipment connected to the telephone
line, ensure the installation of this equipment does not disable your alarm
equipment. If you have questions about what will disable alarm equipment,
consult your telephone company or a qualified installer.
IC Compliance
IC: 1970A-INTERACT
Ringer Equivalence Number (REN): 0.0B(ac)
NOTICE: The term “IC” before the certification/registration number signifies that
Industry of Canada technical specifications were met.
This certification means that the equipment meets certain telecommunications
network protective operational and safety requirements. The Department does
not guarantee the equipment will operate to the user’s satisfaction.
The REN is used to determine the number of devices that may be connected to
the telephone line. Excessive RENs on the telephone line may result in the devices
not ringing in response to an incoming call. In most, but not all areas, the sum
of the RENs should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of devices
that may be connected to the line, as determined by the total RENs, contact the
telephone company to obtain the maximum RENs for the calling area. The REN for
this product is listed above.
Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to
be connected to the facilities of the local telecommunications company. The
equipment must also be installed using an acceptable method of connection. In
some cases, the companies inside wiring associated with a single line individual
service may be extended by means of a certified connector assembly (telephone
extension cord). The customer should be aware that compliance with the above
conditions may not prevent degradation of service in some situations.
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Manufacturer Declarations
Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized Canadian
maintenance facility designated by Sennheiser Electronic Corp. Any repairs or
alterations made by the user to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may
give the telecommunications company cause to request the user to disconnect
the equipment.
Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground
connections of the power utility, telephone lines and internal metallic water pipe
system if present, are connected together. This precaution may be particularly
important in rural areas.
This product meets the applicable Industry Canada technical specifications.
/ Le présent matériel est conforme aux specifications techniques applicables
d’Industrie Canada.
The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) is an indication of the maximum number
of devices allowed to be connected to a telephone interface. The termination
of an interface may consist of any combination of devices subject only to the
requirement that the sum of the RENs of all the devices not exceed five. / L’indice
d’équivalence de la sonnerie (IES) sert à indiquer le nombre maximal de terminaux
qui peuvent être raccordés à une interface téléphonique. La terminaison d’une
interface peut consister en une combinaison quelconque de dispositifs, à la
seule condition que la somme d’indices d’équivalence de la sonnerie de tous les
dispositifs n’excède pas cinq.
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Sennheiser electronic GmbH & Co. KG
Am Labor 1, 30900 Wedemark, Germany
www.sennheiser.com
Publ. 08/15, 554608/A03
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