Mozart-30 Manual

MOZART Series

FM Exciters/Transmitters

User’s Manual

Release 1.1

- DB ELETTRONICA TELECOMUNICAZIONI S.p.A. -

- Riviera Maestri del Lavoro, 20/1 - 35127 Z.I. SUD PADOVA ITALY -- Ph. (049) 870-0588 - Fax. (049) 870-0747 -

- http://www.dbbroadcast.com -

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The constructor reserves the right to modify the information in this manual at any time without advising update.

Document History

Rev. Date Name

IC

Details

1.0.2 October 2013

IC

IC

Integration and correction of the menu and technical parameters

Complete Series user manual

1.0.4

1.0.41

1.0.5

1.0.6

April 2014

May 2014

May 2014

June 2014

IC

IC

IC

IC

Update model 50W + RDS option

Change of software pages from SW

2.1 + top views + special 50W version

1U version for 50W

Update rear and front panel + new

MIB tables + RDS pages on alarms

From SW 2.13 – 1U

1.0.7

1.0.8

1.0.9

1.1

1.1.1

June 2014

July 2014

July 2014

October 2014

January 2015

AB + IC

IC

IC

IC

IC

Update Web pages – added weekly schedule and email notifications menu. Added paragraph 1.5 for FCC purposes

Change in input level MPX, Remote

I/O pinout, mail pages

Update mail pages, correction of Pilot tone deviation step

Modification on Remote I/O connector pinout + Appendix 1 and 2

+ removal Mask page

New internal view for Mozart 100

Issued: January 2015 – Version 1.1.1

© 2015. Copyright by:

DB Elettronica Telecomunicazioni SpA

Riviera Maestri del Lavoro, 20/1

35127 Z.I. SUD PADOVA ITALY

All rights reserved.

All specifications, characteristics and circuit descriptions indicated in this manual are subject to change without notice.

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INDEX

1 GENERAL INFORMATION ................................................................................................................................ 8

1.1

SAFETY NOTICES ............................................................................................................................................. 8

1.2

1.3

FIRST AID IN CASE OF ELECTROCUTION .................................................................................................... 9

WASTE ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT (WEEE) ............................................................ 10

1.4

MANUFACTURE LABELS .............................................................................................................................. 10

1.5

RF

EXPOSURE STATEMENT

.................................................................................................................................. 11

2 FM EXCITER GENERAL DESCRIPTION ...................................................................................................... 12

2.1

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS ............................................................................................................................ 13

2.2

AUDIO HIGHLIGHTS ...................................................................................................................................... 13

2.3

HUMAN INTERFACE AND CONNECTIVITY AND WEB REMOTE CONTROL ....................................... 14

2.4

MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION HIGHLIGHTS ......................................................................................... 16

2.5

HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE PROTECTIONS .......................................................................................... 16

3 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................................................................................... 23

4 INSTALLATION AND ACTIVATION .............................................................................................................. 26

4.1

INITIAL CHECK ............................................................................................................................................... 26

4.2

CONNECTIONS ................................................................................................................................................ 27

5 MENU DESCRIPTION ........................................................................................................................................ 28

5.1

VISUALIZATION ............................................................................................................................................. 28

5.1.1

START PAGE ............................................................................................................................................ 28

5.1.2

Main menu ................................................................................................................................................ 28

5.2

V

METERS AND INFO MENU .......................................................................................................................... 29

5.2.1

Output Modulation .................................................................................................................................... 30

5.2.2

Left and Right channels level .................................................................................................................... 30

5.2.3

AES-EBU Left and Right channels level ................................................................................................... 30

5.2.4

Auxiliary channels level ............................................................................................................................ 31

5.2.5

Voltages and current ................................................................................................................................. 31

5.2.6

Heatsink temperature ................................................................................................................................ 32

5.2.7

Device information ................................................................................................................................... 32

5.3

SETTINGS MENU ............................................................................................................................................ 33

5.3.1

Frequency Set menu .................................................................................................................................. 34

5.3.2

Power Set menu ........................................................................................................................................ 34

5.3.3

Operative Mode menu ............................................................................................................................... 35

5.3.4

Audio Selection menu ................................................................................................................................ 38

5.3.5

Sensitivity menu ........................................................................................................................................ 41

5.3.6

Presetting menu ........................................................................................................................................ 42

5.3.7

Alarms menu ............................................................................................................................................. 49

5.3.8

Memory menu ........................................................................................................................................... 56

5.3.9

History menu ............................................................................................................................................. 60

5.3.10

Generals menu ..................................................................................................................................... 62

7

8

6 FRONT PANEL .................................................................................................................................................... 66

6.1

FRONT PANEL KEYS ...................................................................................................................................... 66

6.2

FRONT PANEL LEDS ...................................................................................................................................... 68

6.2.1

Status leds ................................................................................................................................................. 68

6.2.2

6.2.3

Audio leds ................................................................................................................................................. 69

Control leds .............................................................................................................................................. 70

6.2.4

Command leds........................................................................................................................................... 71

REMOTE I/O (OPTIONAL) ............................................................................................................................... 72

WEB SERVER (OPTIONAL) ............................................................................................................................. 73

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8.1

WEB PAGES ...................................................................................................................................................... 74

8.1.1

Main page ................................................................................................................................................. 74

8.1.2

Login page ................................................................................................................................................ 75

Settings page ............................................................................................................................................. 76 8.1.3

8.1.4

Presettings page ........................................................................................................................................ 77

8.1.5

Memories scheduling ................................................................................................................................ 78

8.1.6

8.1.7

Email notifications .................................................................................................................................... 79

Log page ................................................................................................................................................... 83

8.1.8

Administration page .................................................................................................................................. 84

8.1.9

Modulator Upgrade page ......................................................................................................................... 86

8.1.10

8.2

Webserver Upgrade page ..................................................................................................................... 87

UPGRADING PROCEDURES .......................................................................................................................... 88

8.2.1

Upgrading the modulator firmware .......................................................................................................... 88

8.2.2

Upgrading the webserver board firmware ................................................................................................ 92

8.3

SNMP PROTOCOL ........................................................................................................................................... 96

8.3.1

Management Information Base MIB ......................................................................................................... 96

8.3.2

Message trap and inform .......................................................................................................................... 99

8.3.3

Commands and State .............................................................................................................................. 100

TOP VIEWS ........................................................................................................................................................ 101

10 APPENDIX 1: EXTERNAL REFERENCE ..................................................................................................... 111

11 APPENDIX 2: STEREO OPTION INSTALLATION..................................................................................... 112

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F

IGURES

I

NDEX

F

IG

.

1.1

U

NITS

L

ABEL

..................................................................................................................................................... 10

F

IG

.

2.1

MOZART 30/50 FRONT

VIEW .................................................................................................................... 17

F

IG

.

2.2

MOZART 30/50 REAR

VIEW ....................................................................................................................... 18

F

IG

.

2.3

– MOZART 100/120/300/500/1000 FRONT

VIEW ........................................................................................ 19

F

IG

.

2.4

– MOZART 100/120/300/500/1000 REAR

VIEW ........................................................................................... 20

F

IG

.

2.5

– MOZART 2000/3000 FRONT

VIEW ........................................................................................................... 21

F

IG

.

2.6

– MOZART 3000 REAR

VIEW ....................................................................................................................... 22

F

IG

.

5.1

– S

TART PAGE

....................................................................................................................................................... 28

F

IG

.

5.2

– M

AIN MENU

....................................................................................................................................................... 28

F

IG

.

5.3

– V

METERS AND

I

NFO MENUS FLOW GRAPH

......................................................................................................... 29

F

IG

.

5.4

– O

UTPUT

T

OTAL

M

ODULATION PAGE

................................................................................................................. 30

F

IG

.

5.5

– A

NALOGIC

L

EFT AND

R

IGHT INPUT LEVELS

....................................................................................................... 30

F

IG

.

5.6

– AES-EBU L

EFT AND

R

IGHT INPUT LEVELS

....................................................................................................... 30

F

IG

.

5.7

– A

UXILIARY CHANNELS

1

INPUT LEVELS

............................................................................................................. 31

F

IG

.

5.8

– A

UXILIARY CHANNELS

2

INPUT LEVELS

............................................................................................................. 31

F

IG

.

5.9

– V

OLTAGES AND

C

URRENT PAGE

........................................................................................................................ 31

F

IG

.

5.10

– V

OLTAGES AND

C

URRENT PAGE

...................................................................................................................... 32

F

IG

.

5.11

– H

EATSINK TEMPERATURE PAGE

....................................................................................................................... 32

F

IG

.

5.12

– D

EVICE INFORMATION PAGE

............................................................................................................................ 32

F

IG

.

5.13

– S

ETTING MENU FLOW GRAPH

........................................................................................................................... 33

F

IG

.

5.14

– S

ET FREQUENCY MENU

.................................................................................................................................... 34

F

IG

.

5.15

– S

ET POWER MENU

............................................................................................................................................ 34

F

IG

.

5.16

– O

PERATIVE

M

ODE

MONO .............................................................................................................................. 35

F

IG

.

5.17

– O

PERATIVE

M

ODE

MONO

CHANNEL SELECTION

............................................................................................ 36

F

IG

.

5.18

– O

PERATIVE

M

ODE

STEREO

OPTIONS

............................................................................................................. 36

F

IG

.

5.19

– O

PERATIVE

M

ODE

STEREO MPX .................................................................................................................. 37

F

IG

.

5.20

– A

UXILIARY CHANNELS OPTIONS

...................................................................................................................... 37

F

IG

.

5.21

– A

UDIO

S

ELECTION MENU OPTIONS

.................................................................................................................. 38

F

IG

.

5.22

– I

NPUT

I

MPEDANCE MENU

................................................................................................................................. 38

F

IG

.

5.23

– P

RE

-

EMPHASIS MENU

....................................................................................................................................... 39

F

IG

.

5.24

– E

NABLE LIMITER MENU

................................................................................................................................... 39

F

IG

.

5.25

– L

IMITER VALUE MENU

..................................................................................................................................... 40

F

IG

.

5.26

– C

HANNELS

S

ENSITIVITY

.................................................................................................................................. 41

F

IG

.

5.27

– P

RESETTING MODE

........................................................................................................................................... 42

F

IG

.

5.28

– P

RESETTING

MONO

MODE MENU

................................................................................................................... 43

F

IG

.

5.29

– P

RESETTING

STEREO MPX I

NT MODE MENU

................................................................................................. 44

F

IG

.

5.30

– P

RESETTING TOTAL DEVIATION ADJUSTMENT

.................................................................................................. 45

F

IG

.

5.31

– P

RESETTING AUXILIARY CHANNELS DEVIATION ADJUSTMENT

......................................................................... 45

F

IG

.

5.32

– P

RESETTING

19KH

Z

/MPX O

UT MENU

............................................................................................................. 46

F

IG

.

5.33

– P

ILOT TONE DEVIATION ADJUSTMENT

.............................................................................................................. 46

F

IG

.

5.34

– P

ILOT TONE PHASE ADJUSTMENT

..................................................................................................................... 47

F

IG

.

5.35

– AES-EBU

INTERFACE ENABLE MENU

.............................................................................................................. 47

F

IG

.

5.36

– AES-EBU R

ATIO MENU

.................................................................................................................................. 48

F

IG

.

5.37

– A

LARMS

/W

ARNINGS MENU FLOW GRAPH

........................................................................................................ 49

F

IG

.

5.38

– F

OLDBACK

R

EFLECTED MENU

......................................................................................................................... 50

F

IG

.

5.39

– W

ARNING

R

EFLECTED MENU

........................................................................................................................... 50

F

IG

.

5.40

– W

ARNING POWER

L

OW MENU

.......................................................................................................................... 51

F

IG

.

5.41

– A

LARM POWER

L

OW MENU

.............................................................................................................................. 52

F

IG

.

5.42

– A

UDIO

L

OW

L

EVEL MENU

............................................................................................................................... 52

F

IG

.

5.43

– A

UDIO

L

OW TIMEOUT MENUS

.......................................................................................................................... 53

F

IG

.

5.44

– A

UDIO

O

VER

L

EVEL MENU

.............................................................................................................................. 53

F

IG

.

5.45

– A

UDIO

O

VER TIMEOUT MENUS

........................................................................................................................ 54

F

IG

.

5.46

– A

UDIO EVENTS TYPE MENU

.............................................................................................................................. 54

F

IG

.

5.47

– RDS L

EVEL MENU

........................................................................................................................................... 55

F

IG

.

5.48

– RDS

TIMEOUT MENU

....................................................................................................................................... 55

F

IG

.

5.49

– M

EMORY MENU FLOW GRAPH

.......................................................................................................................... 56

F

IG

.

5.50

– A

CTIVE

M

EMORY MENU

.................................................................................................................................. 57

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.

5.51

– E

DIT

M

EMORY MENUS

..................................................................................................................................... 57

F

IG

.

5.52

– E

NABLE

M

EMORY EDITING PAGE

..................................................................................................................... 58

F

IG

.

5.53

– E

NDING

E

DITING

M

EMORY PAGE

.................................................................................................................... 58

F

IG

.

5.54

M

EMORY MENU DURING EDITING

..................................................................................................................... 58

F

IG

.

5.55

– C

ONFIRMATION EDITING

M

EMORY PAGE

......................................................................................................... 58

F

IG

.

5.56

– C

LEAR ALL

M

EMORY MENU

............................................................................................................................ 59

F

IG

.

5.57

– C

LEAR ALL

M

EMORY CONFIRMATION PAGE

.................................................................................................... 59

F

IG

.

5.58

– H

ISTORY MENU

................................................................................................................................................ 60

F

IG

.

5.59

– H

ISTORY MENU EVENT DETAIL PAGE

............................................................................................................... 60

F

IG

.

5.60

– G

ENERALS MENU FLOW GRAPH

........................................................................................................................ 62

F

IG

.

5.61

– S

ET HOUR PAGE

............................................................................................................................................... 63

F

IG

.

5.62

– S

ET MINUTE PAGE

............................................................................................................................................ 63

F

IG

.

5.63

– S

ET SECOND PAGE

........................................................................................................................................... 63

F

IG

.

5.64

– S

ET DAY PAGE

................................................................................................................................................. 64

F

IG

.

5.65

– S

ET MONTH PAGE

............................................................................................................................................. 64

F

IG

.

5.66

– S

ET YEAR PAGE

................................................................................................................................................ 64

F

IG

.

5.67

– S

ET

RS-485

ADDRESS PAGE

............................................................................................................................. 65

F

IG

.

5.68

– U

NIT

IP

ADDRESS PAGE

................................................................................................................................... 65

F

IG

.

8.1

– W

EBSERVER MAIN PAGE

.................................................................................................................................... 74

F

IG

.

8.2

– W

EBSERVER

L

OGIN PAGE

.................................................................................................................................. 75

F

IG

.

8.3

– W

EBSERVER

S

ETTING PAGE

............................................................................................................................... 76

F

IG

.

8.4

– W

EBSERVER

P

RESETTING PAGE

......................................................................................................................... 77

F

IG

.

8.5

– W

EBSERVER

M

EMORIES SCHEDULING PAGE

...................................................................................................... 78

F

IG

.

8.6

– E-

MAIL NOTIFICATIONS PAGE

............................................................................................................................ 79

F

IG

.

8.7

– E-

MAIL NOTIFICATIONS SAVING SETTINGS

......................................................................................................... 80

F

IG

.

8.8

– E-

MAIL NOTIFICATIONS CONTENT FORMAT

........................................................................................................ 81

F

IG

.

8.9

– L

OG EVENT

.

TXT

................................................................................................................................................ 81

F

IG

.

8.10

– TEST EMAIL

BUTTON

.................................................................................................................................... 82

F

IG

.

8.11

– C

ONFIRMATION MESSAGE IN THE RECEIVED TEST EMAIL

................................................................................. 82

F

IG

.

8.12

– W

EBSERVER

L

OG PAGE

................................................................................................................................... 83

F

IG

.

8.13

– W

EBSERVER

A

DMINISTRATION PAGE

.............................................................................................................. 84

F

IG

.

8.14

– W

EBSERVER

M

ODULATOR

U

PGRADE PAGE

..................................................................................................... 86

F

IG

.

8.15

– W

EBSERVER

U

PGRADE PAGE

........................................................................................................................... 87

F

IG

.

8.16

– S

TART IN BOOTLOADER MODE

......................................................................................................................... 88

F

IG

.

8.17

– M

ODULATOR

U

PGRADE PAGE

.......................................................................................................................... 88

F

IG

.

8.18

– N

EW FIRMWARE SELECTION

............................................................................................................................ 89

F

IG

.

8.19

– U

PLOAD THE NEW FIRMWARE

.......................................................................................................................... 89

F

IG

.

8.20

– C

ONFIRM THE UPLOAD

..................................................................................................................................... 89

F

IG

.

8.21

– U

PGRADE TO THE NEW FIRMWARE

................................................................................................................... 90

F

IG

.

8.22

– E

RASE THE FLASH BEFORE THE UPGRADE

........................................................................................................ 90

F

IG

.

8.23

– U

PGRADE IN WORKING

.................................................................................................................................... 90

F

IG

.

8.24

– U

PGRADE COMPLETE

....................................................................................................................................... 91

F

IG

.

8.25

– W

EBSERVER

U

PGRADE PAGE

........................................................................................................................... 92

F

IG

.

8.26

– S

ELECT THE NEW WEBSERVER BOARD FIRMWARE

........................................................................................... 92

F

IG

.

8.27

– U

PLOAD THE FIRMWARE TO WEBSERVER

......................................................................................................... 93

F

IG

.

8.28

– C

ONFIRM THE UPLOADING

............................................................................................................................... 93

F

IG

.

8.29

– B

USY STATE DURING UPLOAD PROCEDURE

...................................................................................................... 93

F

IG

.

8.30

– N

EW FIRMWARE READY TO UPGRADE

.............................................................................................................. 94

F

IG

.

8.31

– C

ONFIRMATIONS TO UPGRADE

......................................................................................................................... 94

F

IG

.

8.32

– U

PGRADE IN WORKING

.................................................................................................................................... 94

F

IG

.

8.33

– R

EBOOT THE WEBSERVER

................................................................................................................................ 95

F

IG

.

8.34

– C

ONFIRM THE REBOOT

..................................................................................................................................... 95

F

IG

.

8.35

– W

AIT UNTIL THE REBOOT IS COMPLETED

......................................................................................................... 95

F

IG

.

8.36

– L

IST OF FILE OF

MIB

PACKET

.......................................................................................................................... 96

F

IG

.

8.37

– FM S

INGLE

T

RANSMITTER

MIB ...................................................................................................................... 97

F

IG

.

8.38

D

BBROADCAST MIB ................................................................................................................................... 98

F

IG

.

8.39

T

RAPS AND

I

NFORMS CONFIGURATION

............................................................................................................. 99

F

IG

.

9.1

– MOZART 30 TOP

VIEW ............................................................................................................................ 101

F

IG

.

9.2

– MOZART 50 TOP

VIEW ............................................................................................................................ 102

F

IG

.

9.3

– MOZART 100/120 TOP

VIEW ................................................................................................................... 103

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9.3

– MOZART 300 TOP

VIEW .......................................................................................................................... 104

F

IG

.

9.4

– MOZART 500/1000 TOP

VIEW ................................................................................................................. 105

F

IG

.

9.5

– MOZART 500/1000 BOTTOM

VIEW ....................................................................................................... 106

F

IG

.

9.6

– MOZART 2000 TOP

VIEW ........................................................................................................................ 107

F

IG

.

9.7

– MOZART 2000 BOTTOM

VIEW .............................................................................................................. 108

F

IG

.

9.8

– MOZART 3000 TOP

VIEW ........................................................................................................................ 109

F

IG

.

9.9

– MOZART 3000 BOTTOM

VIEW .............................................................................................................. 110

T

ABLES

I

NDEX

T

ABLE

5.1

– F

REQUENCY PERMITTED VALUES

................................................................................................................... 34

T

ABLE

5.2

– S

ETTING POWER SPECIFICS

............................................................................................................................ 35

T

ABLE

5.3

– I

MPEDANCE PERMITTED VALUES

................................................................................................................... 38

T

ABLE

5.4

– P

RE

-

EMPHASIS PERMITTED VALUES

............................................................................................................... 39

T

ABLE

5.5

– L

IMITER PERMITTED VALUES

......................................................................................................................... 40

T

ABLE

5.6

– S

ENSITIVITY PERMITTED VALUES

.................................................................................................................. 41

T

ABLE

5.7

P

RESETTING

STEREO MPX E

XT MODE MENU

.............................................................................................. 44

T

ABLE

5.8

– T

OTAL DEVIATION ADJUSTMENT PERMITTED VALUES

................................................................................... 45

T

ABLE

5.9

– A

UXILIARY CHANNELS DEVIATION ADJUSTMENT PERMITTED VALUE

............................................................ 45

T

ABLE

5.10

– P

ILOT TONE DEVIATION ADJUSTMENT PERMITTED VALUES

.......................................................................... 46

T

ABLE

5.11

– P

ILOT TONE PHASE ADJUSTMENT PERMITTED VALUES

................................................................................. 47

T

ABLE

5.12

– AES-EBU R

ATIO PERMITTED VALUES

........................................................................................................ 48

T

ABLE

5.13

– F

OLDBACK

R

EFLECTED PERMITTED VALUES

............................................................................................... 50

T

ABLE

5.14

– W

ARNING

R

EFLECTED PERMITTED VALUES

................................................................................................. 51

T

ABLE

5.15

– W

ARNING POWER

L

OW PERMITTED VALUES

................................................................................................ 51

T

ABLE

5.16

– A

LARM POWER

L

OW PERMITTED VALUES

.................................................................................................... 52

T

ABLE

5.17

– A

UDIO

L

OW

L

EVEL PERMITTED VALUES

..................................................................................................... 53

T

ABLE

5.18

– A

UDIO

L

OW TIMEOUTS PERMITTED VALUES

................................................................................................ 53

T

ABLE

5.19

– A

UDIO

O

VER

L

EVEL PERMITTED VALUES

.................................................................................................... 54

T

ABLE

5.20

– A

UDIO

O

VER TIMEOUTS PERMITTED VALUES

.............................................................................................. 54

T

ABLE

5.21

– A

UDIO EVENTS PERMITTED TYPES

............................................................................................................... 55

T

ABLE

5.22

– RDS L

EVEL PERMITTED VALUES

................................................................................................................. 55

T

ABLE

5.23

– RDS

TIMEOUT PERMITTED VALUES

............................................................................................................. 56

T

ABLE

5.24

– M

EMORY AVAILABLE

.................................................................................................................................. 57

T

ABLE

5.25

– E

VENTS LIST

................................................................................................................................................ 61

T

ABLE

7.1

– R

EMOTE

I/O

PINOUT

...................................................................................................................................... 72

T

ABLE

8.1

– T

RAPS AND

I

NFORMS AVAILABLE

.................................................................................................................. 99

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1 GENERAL INFORMATION

1.1 SAFETY NOTICES

To avoid risks of electrical shocks or fire, only qualified personnel should execute the procedures specified in this manual.

When the protective covers of any device or component connected to a 110 / 240 VAC source by a power cord are removed, voltages and currents dangerous to life may be exposed.

Contact with 110 / 240 Volts of alternating current and associated direct current and voltages can be fatal.

CAUTION

To reduce the risks of electrical shock, do not remove the cover (or the back). Refer, for servicing, to qualified service personnel. This installation should be done by a qualified person and should comply with to all local applicable laws.

Beryllium Oxide

It is dangerous component if inhaled, eaten or put into direct contact with skin, especially if the skin is cut or wounded.

Special care is required in handling beryllium material in order to NOT produce any dust, particles, fumes etc. etc. Whenever beryllium material is broken it is extremely important to collect all parts in a carefully sealed and marked container for discharging in a specific way through controlled channels. All above operations have to be affected using gloves and tongs, with special care taken not to produce dust.

After handling beryllium components it is essential to wash hands carefully.

Beryllium compounds are used in RF Connectors.

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1.2 FIRST AID IN CASE OF ELECTROCUTION

Do not touch the victim until the electrical circuit has been interrupted to make sure the person is isolated. If this is not possible, move the victim away from the conductor by using insulated material.

If respiration is interrupted, artificial respiration must be applied (mouth-to-mouth respiration). Lay the patient on his back, feet elevated above the level of the head, chin up and head back.

Call a doctor urgently

In case of a mouth wound it may be necessary to apply mouth-to-nose respiration, blocking the patient’s mouth.

In case of face wounds the need for manual artificial respiration may arise.

Push down on the chest of the prostrate patient whilst moving the patient’s arms up and out.

If the victim has also suffered burns then, without obstructing breathing, proceed as follows:

 Do not remove clothing from burn wounds.

 If possible gently pour cold water over wounds to relieve pain.

 Do not use any medication.

 Call for urgent medical assistance.

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1.3 WASTE ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT

(WEEE)

The purpose of the DIRECTIVE 2002/96/EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND

OF THE COUNCIL of 27 January 2003 on waste electrical and electronic equipment

(WEEE) is, as first priority, the prevention of waste electrical and electronic equipment and, in addition, the reuse, recycling and other forms of recovery of such wastes so as to reduce the disposal of waste.

To do this, remember to collect separately all the electronic material.

1.4 MANUFACTURE LABELS

All the units are identified by a black silver label:

1 4

2

3

5

6

7

Fig. 1.1 - Units Label

Label fields:

1. Product name

This field contains the model of the unit (part name).

2. Serial number

This field contains the serial number of the module or equipment (made by 8 digits).

3. Operating Frequency

This field contains the operating frequency (for FM units) or the channel and standard (for

TV units) set by the factory. In case no indication is present, the unit is considered as broadband in its operating band.

4. Return Loss

FACTORY USE ONLY

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5. Functional Test

A cross on this field indicates that the functional test of the unit has been done by the technician.

6. Mechanical Test

A cross on this field indicates that the mechanical test of the unit has been done by the technician.

7. Temp. Test

A cross on this field indicates that the temperature test of the unit has been done by the technician.

1.5 RF EXPOSURE STATEMENT

Antennas for broadcast transmitters should be mounted on outdoor permanent structures.

The FCC assesses RF exposure issues at the time of licensing of your station, with the required FCC

Bureau(s), and this will include antenna co-location issues as required in 1.1307(b)(3).

Similarly Canada will also assess RF exposure at the time the station is licensed.

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2 FM EXCITER GENERAL DESCRIPTION

The MOZART FM exciter/transmitter is the result of the development of the MSE (Magnetic

Sound Enhancer) technology together with the improvements in the FM modulation and using high performances PFC filters for the AC/DC conversion. This unit is ideal as stand alone unit for low power transmissions or suitable as high performance exciter in modular transmitters.

This unit has been developed with the Green RF technology which increases the efficiency of the amplification part reducing the dimensions and power consumption without modifying the quality of the transmission.

The main advantages of this technology are:

- High RF efficiency

- Lower heating (lower necessity of air conditioning in the installation room)

- Higher devices safety

- Higher total reliability

- Lower AC power consumption

An user friendly interface with the combination of leds and LCD display offers a very easy method to control the MOZART main parameters with a metering accuracy that helps the user to install the unit and check its status even in case he doesn’t have expensive test equipments.

In case of fault of the unit or antenna system, the protection system lowers automatically the output power, in order to bring back the operating conditions to a safe area without causing a system shut down, and it indicates on the front panel display the alarm message.

The protection system reduces or stops the output power in case of:

- V.S.W.R. too high.

- Heatsink temperature too high or cooling stop (OVER HEAT).

- Missing Enable command (in case of combination with external units like control logic units)

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The switch-mode power supply is largely oversized and guarantees a regular operation even in the presence of wide main voltage fluctuations.

The systems cooling grants a safe operation even in hard climatic conditions.

The new MOzart FM Exciter/Transmitter is the latest audio excellence in the FM

Broadcasting industry with the revolutionary MSE Technology

2.1 MAIN CHARACTERISTICS

• Reduced maintenance. Easy accessibility of all parts, external serviceable cooling air filters, very high MTBF for RF and power supply modules, are only some of the characteristics that explain the very high reduction of maintenance costs obtained.

• N+1 facility (optional). N+1 facility control available to modify remotely the frequency and power output for redundant systems.

• Very small dimensions and low weight, reduce transport costs and simplifying the logistic.

• High frequency stability, in short and long terms, is assured by Digital Phase Locked

Loop circuit with low drift VTCXO

• External reference oscillator available as option: 10 MHz input SMA 0 dBm.

• Frequency Agile Broadband programmability from the front LCD panel with 10 KHz steps without any tuning or adjustment.

• Meets or exceeds all the international standards for safety and electrical specifications.

2.2 AUDIO HIGHLIGHTS

• MSE: Magnetic Sound Enhancer a magnetic barrier protects the VCO, the heart of FM modulator, increasing the sound quality.

• STEREO GENERATOR (optional): High performance built-in digital stereo coder provides separation typical>65dB

• Signal/noise ratio >80dB assures the highest audio quality.

• Input sensitivity and output deviation adjustable with high precision of 0,05dB through display interface or remotely by WEB.

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• The level and the phase of the Pilot tone adjustable from the front panel and Web interface

• AES/EBU digital stereo audio interface available as option.

• Limiter keeps the maximum frequency deviation within international requirements to avoid over-modulation and adjacent channels invasion, the limiter levels can be set from the front panel.

• Switch-mode power supply with power factor control. Highly efficient and widely over-rated power supply modules insure low heating, low AC power consumption and superior reliability. The power factor control circuitry allows to meet all the international requirements for mains network disturbances.

• High efficiency cooling system. The air cooling system limits the heatsink temperature rise to only about 10°C above ambient temperature. This assures the transmitter ability to properly operate even in high ambient temperature sites with hard climate conditions.

2.3 HUMAN INTERFACE AND CONNECTIVITY AND WEB

REMOTE CONTROL

• All parameters can be displayed and set by front panel or from Web interface.

• All the series shares the same human interface: o

LCD Display. o

Four arrows keys, OK key, ESC key, direct function push buttons ON/OFF,

Local/Remote, Reset Alarms o

All the main working parameters are displayed by leds to indicate the transmitter status at the first glance. On/Off, Local Remote, Trip-lock Out

Alarm, On Air, Warning, Alarm, Interlock, Audio Alarm, Stereo Mode, Mpx

Mode, RDS On/Off, SCA On/Off, Mono Mode, Pre-emphasis On/Off, Limiter

On/Off

• Full control of the transmission and modulation parameters

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• Latest WEB/SNMP interface (optional): o

TCP/IP Remote control WEB Server SNMP (v2 and v3), with INFORMS,

DHCP, FTP, TELNET for full remote control system. o

The IP and all the network parameters can be easily read and set on the front panel. o

Firmware remotely upgradable by TCP/IP, an easy procedure is on the WEB interface without the needing to use proprietary tools; the received software is controlled with a check-sum; after new release has been installed it's possible to return to the previous firmware release; from WEB / SNMP it's possible to select which release (the new or the old one) will run on air. o

Every alarm event is displayed on the frontal panel, 200 events can be memorized in the transmitter memory and 64000 in the web board. o

The log can be saved in the PC in common text format. o

The log keeps track of commands given to the transmitter and of all the alarms happened, to rebuild accurately the all history of the transmitter. o

Memory and recall of 10.000 working parameters pre-settings. The parameters of each station on the network can be memorized like: name, frequency, audio settings, alarms settings, etc.

• Short Messages on Portable phone (SMS) option: The transmitter can send short messages up to 5 portable phones specified by the customer, where the status of the transmitter is indicated. The customer can send also short messages to send commands to the transmitter, like a request for its status or switching on and off the equipment.

• Parallel Remote Control Connector Interface with Dry contact relays outputs and

Opto-isolator inputs (option)

• Rs232/485 Interface

• RDS option: The Mozart RDS encoder meets requirements of most radio stations.

Fully digital concept and uniquely effective design ensures high reliability, excellent signal characteristics and gives the user many advanced features. Includes scrolling, parsing, advanced weekly scheduling, EON, RT+, UECP, ASCII terminal control.

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2.4 MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION HIGHLIGHTS

• AIR FILTER: available as an option on all Mozart transmitters

• HOT-PLUG FANS: Maintenance time 5 Minutes without the need to access inside!

• 1 rack unit for 30W and 50W version, 2 rack units for the other models

• Protection against shocks: Mechanically studied to prevents damage to connectors, fans, and all the parts that typically may be damaged during transport or installation.

• AAD Technology prevents the corrosion produced by the air and increase the reliability o

The construction is totally in aluminum. o

The air is ducted to reduce the electronic boards‘contact. o

The electronic boards are tropicalized with a special resin to protect the circuits against salt air.

2.5 HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE PROTECTIONS

• Soft protections provide uninterrupted service, an intelligent protection circuit reduces the output power without any on-air interruption, keeping the RF devices the cable and the antenna always within the safe operating parameters in the event of: o

Load mismatching o

Environmental over-temperature o

Cooling failure o

Failure in power supply

• Fast Hardware protections prevents hardware failures in case of very fast events that can damage the transmitter.

• The transmitter has two software levels of VSWR alarms: a Warning and a Failure

Level.

• The microprocessor is protected against short main interruption with external Watch

Dog and Power Supply Supervisory.

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Fig. 2.1 - MOZART 30/50 FRONT VIEW

1

2

3

4

5

6

1. RF Monitor connector

2. Status leds a. ALARM: in case of a temporary alarm (it returns automatically to the normal status at next attempt of the unit) – RED led b. WARNING: in case of a warning is present - YELLOW led c. ON: in case the unit is connected to the mains and switched on – GREEN led

3. LCD Display

4. Navigation keys (UP /DOWN / RIGHT / LEFT / OK)

5. Escape key

6. AUDIO and CONTROL leds a. RDS/AUX: it is ON in case the RDS/SCA/AUX are on

7 b. MPX: it is ON in case the MPX EXT mode is selected c. AUDIO: it is ON in case of correct level of input audio signal e. LIM: it is ON in case the limiter is set to on g. PRE EMPH: it is ON in case the pre-emphasis is on i. PREF: no actually available d. AES-EBU: it is ON in case the AES-EBU is on f. STEREO: it is ON in case the MPX INT mode is selected h. MONO: it is ON in case the MONO mode is selected j. PLL LOCK: it is ON in case the PLL is correctly locked k. AUTO: no actually available l. INTLK: it is ON in case the ENABLE is closed

7. Command keys (Reset Alarms, Local/Remote, ON/OFF) and leds (Fault, Local, RF ON)

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Fig. 2.2 - MOZART 30/50 REAR VIEW

8 10 12 18 15 16

1 2 3

1. AC input

2. LAN port

3. Cooling FAN

4. RF output connector (N)

5. Left XLR connector

6. Right XLR connector

7. AES/EBU XLR connector

8. 19kHz / MPX OUT BNC connector

9. AUX BNC connector

4 5 6 7 9 11 13

10. MOD OUT BNC connector

11. SCA BNC connector

12. MPX BNC connector

13. RDS BNC connector

14. ENABLE connector

15. RS 485 MASTER connector

16. RS 485 SLAVE connector

17. REMOTE connector

18. RDS port

14 17

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Fig. 2.3 – MOZART 100/120/300/500/1000 FRONT VIEW

1

4

2

3

5

6

7

1. RF Monitor connector

2. Status leds a. ALARM: in case of a temporary alarm (it returns automatically to the normal status at next attempt of the unit) – RED led b. WARNING: in case of a warning is present - YELLOW led c. ON: in case the unit is connected to the mains and switched on – GREEN led

3. LCD Display

4. Navigation keys (UP / DOWN / RIGHT / LEFT / OK)

5. ESCAPE key

6. AUDIO and CONTROL leds a. RDS/AUX: it is ON in case the RDS/SCA/AUX are on c. AUDIO: it is ON in case of correct level of input audio signal e. LIM: it is ON in case the limiter is set to on b. MPX: it is ON in case the MPX EXT mode is selected d. AES-EBU: it is ON in case the AES-EBU is on f. STEREO: it is ON in case the MPX INT mode is selected g. PRE EMPH: it is ON in case the pre-emphasis is on i. PREF: no actually available h. MONO: it is ON in case the MONO mode is selected j. PLL LOCK: it is ON in case the PLL is correctly locked k. AUTO: no actually available l. INTLK: it is ON in case the ENABLE is closed

7. Command keys (Reset Alarms, Local/Remote, ON/OFF) and leds (Fault, Local, RF ON)

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Fig. 2.4 – MOZART 100/120/300/500/1000 REAR VIEW

4

19 20

17

18

13

11

9

1

3

1. AC input

2. LAN port

3. Cooling FAN

4. RF output connector (N)

5. Left XLR connector

6. Right XLR connector

7. AES/EBU XLR connector

8. 19kHz / MPX OUT BNC connector

9. AUX BNC connector

10. MOD OUT BNC connector

2

16

15

14

12

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11. SCA BNC connector

12. MPX BNC connector

13. RDS BNC connector

14. ENABLE connector

15. RS 485 MASTER connector

16. RS 485 AUX connector (or space for SIM card in case of SMS option)

17. REMOTE connector

18. Fuse

19. Switching on button

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Fig. 2.5 – MOZART 2000/3000 FRONT VIEW

1

4

5

2

3

6 7

8. RF Monitor connector

9. Status leds a. ALARM: in case of a temporary alarm (it returns automatically to the normal status at next attempt of the unit) – RED led b. WARNING: in case of a warning is present - YELLOW led c. ON: in case the unit is connected to the mains and switched on – GREEN led

10. LCD Display

11. Navigation keys (UP / DOWN / RIGHT / LEFT / OK)

12. ESCAPE key

13. AUDIO and CONTROL leds a. RDS/AUX: it is ON in case the RDS/SCA/AUX are on b. MPX: it is ON in case the MPX EXT mode is selected c. AUDIO: it is ON in case of correct level of input audio signal e. LIM: it is ON in case the limiter is set to on g. PRE EMPH: it is ON in case the pre-emphasis is on i. PREF: no actually available d. AES-EBU: it is ON in case the AES-EBU is on f. STEREO: it is ON in case the MPX INT mode is selected h. MONO: it is ON in case the MONO mode is selected j. PLL LOCK: it is ON in case the PLL is correctly locked k. AUTO: no actually available l. INTLK: it is ON in case the ENABLE is closed

14. Command keys (Reset Alarms, Local/Remote, ON/OFF) and leds (Fault, Local, RF ON)

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1

Fig. 2.6 – MOZART 3000 REAR VIEW

8 9

5

6 7

10

12 15

16

2

11

13

14

19

17

18

21. AC input

22. LAN port

23. Cooling FAN

24. RF output connector (N)

25. Left XLR connector

26. Right XLR connector

27. AES/EBU XLR connector

28. 19kHz / MPX OUT BNC connector

29. AUX BNC connector

30. MOD OUT BNC connector

4 3

31. SCA BNC connector

32. MPX BNC connector

33. RDS BNC connector

34. ENABLE connector

35. RS 485 MASTER connector

36. RS 485 AUX connector (or space for SIM card in case of SMS option)

37. REMOTE connector

38. Fuse

39. Antenna connector for SMS option

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3 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

RF Output impedance

Frequency range

Frequency control

Off-lock attenuation

Type of modulation

Modulation mode

Frequency deviation

Reference

Constancy of freq. dev.

Variation of freq.

Short term stability

Instantaneous BW

RF harmonics

RF spurious

Pre-emphasis

Pre-emphasis precision

Stereo operation

RF FEATURES

50

 unbalanced

87.5 to 108 MHz

Synthesizer

processor controlled

> 75 dBc (typical -80 dB)

F3E / F8E direct FM at the carrier frequency

Mono, Stereo, Multiplex, SCA, RDS, AUX (input selected by front panel)

±75 kHz =100 %, ±150 kHz capability (others on request)

VCTCXO 10 MHz ± 1ppm or 10 MHz external (Optional)

±1 % over six months

± 1ppm/year

± 1 ppm from -5 to +45

C

>20 MHz

Exceeds CCIR/FCC requirements

Exceeds CCIR/FCC requirements

Flat/50/75µs selectable via front panel

Nominal 1% (typical 0.4% )

CCIR 450/S2 "pilot tone system"

1. Audio response

2. Audio filter attenuation

3. Common mode rejection

4. Stereo Separation

5. Crosstalk attenuation (M / S)

6. Spurious products

7. Subcarrier frequency

8. Subcarrier generation

9. Pilot frequency

10. THD+N on encoded channels

11. Nominal pilot deviation

STEREO OPERATION

0.3 dB da 20 Hz to 15 kHz

 55 dB @ 19 kHz, >45dB 19 to 100kHz

20 Hz to 15 kHz

 45 dB

30-80Hz >53dB (typ. 56), 80Hz-15kHz >60 dB (typ.70)

 40 dB 30 Hz to 15 kHz (typ. 52dB / 400Hz to 5kHz)

 53 kHz  50 dB

38 kHz

 2 Hz

Internal crystal

19 kHz

 1 Hz

 0.03 % 30 Hz TO 15 kHz ( typ -75dB)

7 kHz

Audio response

THD+N on encoded channels

MONO OPERATION

0.3 dB 20 Hz to 15 kHz (+0/-2%)

30 Hz to 15 kHz

 0.06% ( typ. 0.03 % ) typ. -78dB

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Audio response

THD+N on encoded channels

MPX OPERATION (External coder)

30Hz - 100kHz

 0.15 dB

30 Hz to 15 kHz

 0.03% ( typ. 0.02% , < -75dB)

Function

Composite

SCA/RDS/AUX

AES/EBU

L

R

Input level /

Adjustment range

-6 ÷ +6 dBu

(+6 ÷ +18 dBu available on request)

AUDIO INPUTS

BW

±0.15 dB

30 Hz

100kHz

Impedance

>5 k

-19.5 ÷ -7.5 dBu

±0.15 dB

40kHz

100kHz

~2 k

-3 dBFS for ± 75 kHz

15 dBu (12.33 Vpp)

-15 … 0 dBFS

0 to 15 dBu

(2.19 Vpp to 12.3 Vpp)

-9 ÷ +18 dBu

-9 ÷ +18 dBu

0.15 dB

40kHz

100kHz

±0.15 dB

30Hz

15kHz

±0.15 dB

30Hz

15kHz request)

110

10 k

600

10 k

600

RF connector

Monitor RF output

Pilot/MPX

Type Conn. N°

Unbal. BNC 1

Unbal

AUDIO OUTPUTS

N female

-44dBc±2dB from 87.5 to 108 MHz

BNC connector

19 kHz or MPX, level 1 Vpp, internally adjustable

BNC Connector

XLR 3

4

5

Mod. Output

Unbal.

Bal.

Unbal.

Bal.

XLR

XLR

MODEL

MOZART 30

MOZART 50

MOZART 100/120

MOZART 300

MOZART 500

MOZART 1000

NOMINAL POWER

30 W

50 W

100/120 W

300 W

500 W

1000 W

CONNECTOR

N

N

N

N

N

DIN 7/16

SIZE

1U x 19”

1U x 19”

2 U x 19”

2 U x 19”

2 U x 19”

2 U x 19”

Storage temperature

Operating temperature

Guaranteed performance temperature

Relative non-condensing humidity

Max operating altitude

Max extraneous field strength

ENVIRONMENT

-20

C TO + 60 C

0

C TO + 50 C

0

C TO + 45 C

90 % MA

3000 mt.

10 V/m;  4 A/m

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Power supply

Display

Cooling

SIZE & ELECTRICS

110/220V single phase AC (+10 / -15 %) 50-60Hz/

 5%

Blue back panel; 2 raw 24 character LCD

Forced air, with external long life brushless ball bearing fan

Features and specifications subject to change without notice.

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4 INSTALLATION AND ACTIVATION

4.1 INITIAL CHECK

The equipment becomes the property of the customer when the equipment is delivered to the carrier. Carefully unpack the transmitter. Perform a visual inspection to determine that no apparent damage has been incurred during shipment. All shipping materials should be retained until it is determined that the unit has not been damaged. Claims for damaged equipment must be promptly filed with the carrier or the carrier may not accept the claim.

The contents of the shipment should be as indicated on the packing list. If the contents are incomplete, or if the unit is damaged electrically or mechanically, notify both the carrier and the supplier.

CAUTION: Before switch the equipment on, ensure that all RF Loads, RF cables and connectors are properly connected. To prevent damage to the amplifiers, it is essential that either the feeder and antenna system or the dummy load have a good in band return loss.

Failure to observe the above caution and also the installation instructions of this amplifier may cause damages to the amplifiers for which the supplier cannot be considered responsible.

PREVENTION OF ACCIDENTS

When it is used in normal applications and within the parameters defined in the technical specifications, this equipment does not endanger health and safety, provided that normal operating and engineering safety practices are observed and that it is used only by authorized, trained and qualified personnel.

THERMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS

- A too high environmental temperature (in any case not higher than 45°C) shall cause a nonadequate rack cooling putting the equipment in hard working conditions.

- An air conditioner should be installed to keep the room temperature constant even in case of external temperature variation.

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4.2 CONNECTIONS

Install the transmitter so that the space over and under the equipment is sufficient for the cooling air to flow through.

Before installing the equipment always make sure that the transmitter is not powered. This has the purpose to prevent electrical shocks to the operators and damage to the equipment.

Before carrying out any other electrical connection, connect the rack to the station ground.

 Connect the transmitting antenna cable or the cable related to the connection of the output filter to the output connector of the unit (in the latest case connect the output of the filter to the transmitting antenna) using a 50 Ohms coaxial cable.

 In case the transmitter is not connected to an external control unit, check that the ENABLE connector on the back panel is correctly inserted.

 Connect the power cord to an operating source. Make sure that the power supply source provides the nominal voltage prescribed.

Note: the unit is designed to operate with the nominal voltage ±15%. We suggest the installation of spike suppressors, line conditioners, isolation transformers, AVR and/or UPS or other devices useful to protect the equipment from eventual damages that can be caused by the mains fluctuations.

Note: In case of change of the AC supply voltage from 220 VAC to 110 VAC or vice versa, all the models will work in the correct way without any degradation. The AC/DC switching boards are all able to support these voltages but in case of Mozart 30 and Mozart 50 models, it is necessary to make a change in a switch present in the lateral side of the RS 150-48 switching board (while in the other models no change is necessary). See in the photo here below the dip switch position: move it

with a screwdriver in the correct position.

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5 MENU DESCRIPTION

5.1 VISUALIZATION

The following pages are related to parameters that are visualized on the front panel: they are indications of the actual operating parameters of the unit.

5.1.1 START PAGE

After the unit power on, the first page in the display shows information about the internal hardware revision and supplier (first row), and about firmware revision and unit model (second row).

Fig. 5.1 – Start page

The page remains active for a few seconds before moving to the main menu.

5.1.2 MAIN MENU

This is the default page and it indicates the output power set by the customer (SET), the transmission frequency in MHz, the real forward power in Watt (that can be different from SET in case of an alarm, warning, failure or in case the unit is in OFF state), and the reflected power in

Watt.

Fig. 5.2 – Main menu

The unit moves to this page in case no key is pressed for 60 seconds.

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5.2 VMETERS AND INFO MENU

In these menus it is possible to find the levels of the input channels, the internal voltages, currents, temperatures and the software/hardware revisions.

In the Main Menu page press DOWN key to enter these pages and UP and DOWN keys to navigate in the sub-menus.

[0]

Main Page

[1]

Output Modulation

[2]

Left and Right channels input level

[3]

Left and Right AES-EBU channels input level

[4]

MPX External, RDS External input levels

[5]

SCA and AUX input levels

[6]

Internal voltages and current

[7]

Heatsink temperature

[8]

Device information

Fig. 5.3 – Vmeters and Info menus flow graph

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5.2.1 OUTPUT MODULATION

In this page the Total Output modulation level is indicated in KHz.

Fig. 5.4 – Output Total Modulation page

Pressing the UP or DOWN buttons you can move inside this menu and see the different pages indicated here below.

5.2.2 LEFT AND RIGHT CHANNELS LEVEL

In this page the analogic Left and Right channels levels are indicated in dBu.

Fig. 5.5 – Analogic Left and Right input levels

5.2.3 AES-EBU LEFT AND RIGHT CHANNELS LEVEL

Pressing the DOWN button you can see the Left and Right levels for the AES-EBU input channels indicated in dBFS.

Fig. 5.6 – AES-EBU Left and Right input levels

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5.2.4 AUXILIARY CHANNELS LEVEL

Pressing the DOWN button you can see the MPX External and RDS External levels indicated in dBu.

Fig. 5.7 – Auxiliary channels 1 input levels

Pressing the DOWN button you can see the SCA and AUX levels indicated in dBu.

Fig. 5.8 – Auxiliary channels 2 input levels

5.2.5 VOLTAGES AND CURRENT

This page allows the visualization of the unit analogic working values. In case of Mozart units below 1kW the visualization will be the following one:

VPA = voltage that supplies the RF module in Volt.

IPA = current absorbed by the RF module in Ampere.

VPu = Main power supply voltage in Volt.

VT = Voltage Tuning (VCO working voltage) in Volt.

Fig. 5.9 – Voltages and Current page

NOTE: the IPA measure is present in all the models except for the Mozart 50

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In case of Mozart 2000 or Mozart 3000 unit the visualization will be the following one:

V1 = DC supply voltage related to the RF module nr 1

V2 = DC supply voltage related to the RF module nr 2

V3 = DC supply voltage related to the RF module nr 3 (present only in Mozart 3000)

I1 = absorbed current of the RF module nr 1

I2 = absorbed current of the RF module nr 2

I3 = absorbed current of the RF module nr 3 (present only in Mozart 3000)

Fig. 5.10 – Voltages and Current page

5.2.6 HEATSINK TEMPERATURE

This page allows the visualization of the RF heatsink temperature in Celsius degrees.

Fig. 5.11 – Heatsink temperature page

5.2.7 DEVICE INFORMATION

This page allows the visualization of device model, manufacturer name, hardware and firmware revisions.

Fig. 5.12 – Device information page

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5.3 SETTINGS MENU

The following pages are related to the unit main parameters. To navigate on Setting menu press

LEFT or RIGHT key from Main Menu.

In case sub-menu is present, an arrow pointing downwards will be showed in the second row on the right, press DOWN or UP to navigate on sub-menus.

[0]

Main Menu

[1]

Frequency

[2]

Setting Power

[3]

Operative Mode

[4]

Audio Selection

[5]

Sensitivity Set

[6]

Presettings

[7]

Alarms/Warnings

[8]

Memory Manage

[9]

History Log

[10]

Generals

Fig. 5.13 – Setting menu flow graph

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5.3.1 FREQUENCY SET MENU

Press the LEFT or RIGHT keys to access the slide to program the frequency. Push the OK key to enter the menu (a blinking arrow will be showed in the second row on the right), press UP key to increase or DOWN key to decrease the frequency value. Confirm the new value pressing the OK key or ESC key to exit without saving.

During the frequency change the PLL LOCK led will be switched off until the PLL will be locked to the new frequency.

Fig. 5.14 – Set frequency menu

MIN value: 87.50 MHz MAX value: 108.00 MHz STEP: ±0.01MHz

Table 5.1 – Frequency permitted values

5.3.2 POWER SET MENU

To program the RF Power output in Watt, press the LEFT or RIGHT key up to arrive to the slide here below. Press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right).

In the first row the forward power value indicates the actual output power, in the second row the Set

Pout is the value that the customer is setting.

Fig. 5.15 – Set power menu

The value can be modified pressing UP and DOWN keys to increase or decrease the value. Confirm new value and exit routine pressing the OK button or press ESC key to exit without saving.

The new power value is applied in real time.

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NOMINAL POWER

30 W

50 W

100/120 W

300 W

500 W

1000 W

MIN POWER

0 W

0 W

0 W

0 W

0 W

0 W

MAX POWER

30 W

60 W

100 W

330 W

550 W

1100 W

STEP

0.1 W

1 W

1 W

1 W

10 W

10 W

Table 5.2 – Setting power specifics

5.3.3 OPERATIVE MODE MENU

In the Operative Mode menu is possible activate/deactivate the various input channels depending on the configuration MONO/STEREO in the Presettings Menu.

5.3.3.1 MONO ACTIVE

In case the MONO is active, the page in the Operative Mode menu will be the one here below:

Fig. 5.16 – Operative Mode MONO

Starting condition in case the configuration is changed from STEREO to MONO is always OFF.

To activate the desired channel press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right).

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To select Left, Right or Left+Right channels press UP or DOWN keys, press OK key to confirm the channel selected or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

Fig. 5.17 – Operative Mode MONO channel selection

In case the AES-EBU is active (Presetting Menu), the enabled channel is relative to AES-EBU, please select AES-EBU:Off for using the analogic input channels.

5.3.3.2 STEREO ACTIVE

In case the STEREO is active, in the Operative Mode is present a sub menu due to the possibilities to activate the auxiliary channels:

[0]

STEREO selection

[1]

Auxiliary channel RDS

[2]

Auxiliary channel SCA

[3]

Auxiliary channel AUX

Fig. 5.18 – Operative Mode STEREO options

Starting condition for STEREO selection and auxiliary channels, in case the mode is changed from

MONO to STEREO, is always OFF.

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In the STEREO selection can be selected the MPX External (rear connector) or the MPX Internal (if

Stereo Coder card is available) mode.

Fig. 5.19 – Operative Mode STEREO MPX

To activate the desired mode press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to select the desired mode. Press OK key to confirm or

ESC key to exit routine without saving.

5.3.3.3 AUXILIARY CHANNELS

To enable the auxiliary channels (available only in STEREO mode) navigate in the sub-menu with the UP and DOWN keys until the channel desired and press the OK key to enter the program mode

(blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to change the ON/OFF state.

Press OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

Fig. 5.20 – Auxiliary channels options

In case one auxiliary channel is enabled the led RDS/AUX in the frontal panel will be switched on.

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5.3.4 AUDIO SELECTION MENU

In the Audio Selection sub-menu the regulations of input impedance, pre-emphasis and limiter are available.

To navigate in the sub-menu press UP or DOWN keys.

[0]

Input Impedance

[1]

Preemphasis

[2]

Limiter

[3]

Limiter Value

Fig. 5.21 – Audio Selection menu options

5.3.4.1 INPUT IMPEDANCE

In this sub-menu the impedance of analogic Left and Right channels can be selected.

Fig. 5.22 – Input Impedance menu

To change the input impedance, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to select the impedance value. Press OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

Impedance value: 600, 10K

Table 5.3 – Impedance permitted values

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5.3.4.2 PRE-EMPHASIS REGULATION

In this sub-menu pre-emphasis value can be changed.

Fig. 5.23 – Pre-emphasis menu

To change the pre-emphasis value, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to select the new value. Press OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

Pre-emphasis values: Linear, 50us, 75us

Table 5.4 – Pre-emphasis permitted values

In case the pre-emphasis is set different from Linear the led PRE EMPH on the frontal panel will be switched on.

5.3.4.3 LIMITER REGULATION

In these sub-menus an upper limit for the output signal deviation can be enabled and regulated.

The menu Limiter permits to enable or disable the limiter, if the limiter is enabled the value can be regulated in the next menu.

Fig. 5.24 – Enable limiter menu

To enable/disable the limiter press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to select the on/off state. Press OK key to confirm or

ESC key to exit routine without saving.

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In case the Limiter is enabled the green led LIM on the frontal panel will switched on.

To adjust the limiter value, press DOWN key to select the Limiter value sub-menu.

Fig. 5.25 – Limiter value menu

To change the limiter value, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to select the new value. Press OK key to confirm or

ESC key to exit routine without saving.

The limiter value is applied in real time and only if the limiter is enabled.

MIN value: 30 KHz MAX value: 180 KHz STEP: 1 KHz

Table 5.5 – Limiter permitted values

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5.3.5 SENSITIVITY MENU

In this menu it is possible to set the sensitivity value in of all available unit input channels, the sensitivity level will induce a regulation of channels internal attenuators.

A sensitivity value equal to the relative channel input level will cause an output signal deviation of

75 KHz in case of mono signal or 71 KHz in case of stereo signal.

To navigate in this sub-menu press UP or DOWN keys until the channel desired.

Fig. 5.26 – Channels Sensitivity

To change the sensitivity level, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to increase or decrease the value. Press OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

The sensitivity value is applied in real time and only if the relative channel is in ON state (see menu

Operat.Mode).

CHANNELS

LEFT+RIGHT, LEFT, RIGHT

AES-EBU LEFT, RIGHT,

LEFT+RIGHT

MPX Ext (standard)

MPX Ext available on request

RDS, SCA, AUX

MIN value

-9 dBu

-15 dBFS

-6 dBu

+6 dBu

-19.5 dBu

MAX value

+18 dBu

0 dBFS

+6 dBu

+18 dBu

-7.5 dBu

STEP

±0.05 dB

±0.05 dB

±0.05 dB

±0.05 dB

±0.5 dB

Table 5.6 – Sensitivity permitted values

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5.3.6 PRESETTING MENU

In this menu it is possible to set the other main parameters of the unit: MONO/STEREO mode, channels deviation offset, pilot tone frequency and phase shift, AES-EBU and MPX/19KHz Out.

The menu layout is different depending on MONO, STEREO (MPX Int or MPX Ext) mode.

5.3.6.1 MODE: MONO/STEREO

To change the operational mode, select the first entry in the Presettings menu and press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right).

Press UP or DOWN keys to select MONO or STEREO. Press OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

Fig. 5.27 – Presetting mode

Note: Now in the menu Operat.Mode the channels or the configuration MPX Internal/MPX

External (in case of STEREO mode) have to be activated.

Every change from MONO-to-STEREO or STEREO-to-MONO will set the channels and the MPX

Int/Ext in OFF state so the configuration has to be set again in the menu Operat.Mode.

If MONO mode is enabled the led MONO in the frontal panel will be switched on, in case of

STEREO MPX Internal is enabled the led STEREO will be switched on, in case of STEREO MPX

External is enabled the led MPX will be switched on.

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5.3.6.2 PRESETTINGS IN MONO MODE

[0]

Mode Selection

[1]

Total Deviation Adjustment

[2]

AES-EBU Deviation

Adjustment

[3]

AES-EBU Enable

[4]

AES-EBU Ratio

Fig. 5.28 – Presetting MONO mode menu

In MONO mode the options available are the fine adjustment of output signal deviation and the

AES-EBU controls. To navigate in these menus press UP or DOWN keys.

5.3.6.3 PRESETTINGS IN STEREO MPX INTERNAL MODE

[0]

Mode Selection

[1]

Total Deviation Adjustment

[2]

AES-EBU Deviation

Adjustment

[3]

RDS Deviation Adjustment

[4]

SCA Deviation Adjustment

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[5]

AUX Deviation Adjustment

[6]

19KHz/MPX Selection

[7]

Pilot Tone Deviation

[8]

Pilot Tone Phase Shift

[9]

AES-EBU Enable

[10]

AES-EBU Ratio

Fig. 5.29 – Presetting STEREO MPX Int mode menu

In STEREO mode MPX Internal enabled, the options available are the fine adjustment of output signal and auxiliary channels deviation, 19KHz/MPX output selection, Pilot Tone regulation and

AES-EBU controls.

To navigate in these menus press UP or DOWN keys.

5.3.6.4 PRESETTINGS IN STEREO MPX EXTERNAL MODE

[0]

Mode Selection

[1]

Total Deviation Adjustment

[2]

RDS Deviation Adjustment

[3]

SCA Deviation Adjustment

[4]

AUX Deviation Adjustment

Table 5.7 - Presetting STEREO MPX Ext mode menu

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5.3.6.5 TOTAL DEVIATION ADJUSTMENT

In this menu it is possible to adjust an internal circuit offset (in dB) to set the total output signal deviation to 75KHz (in MONO mode) or 71KHz (in STEREO MODE) regardless the sensitivity level set in the Sensitivity menu.

Fig. 5.30 – Presetting total deviation adjustment

To change the offset value, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to increase or decrease the value. Press OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

MIN value: -3 dB MAX value: +3 dB STEP: ±0.05 dB

Table 5.8 – Total deviation adjustment permitted values

5.3.6.6 RDS, SCA, AUX DEVIATION ADJUSTMENT

In this menu it is possible to adjust an internal circuit offset (in dB) to set the particular auxiliary channel deviation to 4KHz regardless the sensitivity level set in the Sensitivity menu.

This option is available only in STEREO mode.

Fig. 5.31 – Presetting auxiliary channels deviation adjustment

Press UP or DOWN key to select the channel desired. To change the offset value, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to increase or decrease the value. Press OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

MIN value: -2 dB MAX value: +2 dB STEP: ±0.5 dB

Table 5.9 – Auxiliary channels deviation adjustment permitted value

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5.3.6.7 19KHZ/MPX OUTPUT SELECTION

In this menu it is possible to select the output signal at the 19KHz/MPX OUT rear connector: the

19KHz signal or the MPX Internal signal.

This option is available only in STEREO MPX Internal mode.

Fig. 5.32 – Presetting 19KHz/MPX Out menu

To change the output, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to select the desired output. Press OK key to confirm or

ESC key to exit routine without saving.

5.3.6.8 PILOT TONE DEVIATION

In this menu it is possible adjust the deviation of pilot tone, the standard value is 7 KHz (10% of stereo signal deviation of 71 KHz). The deviation change is obtained through an incrementdecrement of the pilot tone level.

This option is available only in STEREO MPX Internal mode.

Fig. 5.33 – Pilot tone deviation adjustment

To change the deviation value, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to increase or decrease the deviation value.

Press OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

MIN value: 2 KHz MAX value: 15KHz STEP: ±0.25 KHz

Table 5.10 – Pilot tone deviation adjustment permitted values

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5.3.6.9 PILOT TONE PHASE SHIFT

In this menu it is possible adjust the phase of 19KHz pilot tone. This option is available only in

STEREO MPX Internal mode.

Fig. 5.34 – Pilot tone phase adjustment

To change the phase value, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to increase or decrease the value. Press OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

MIN value: -100° MAX value: +100° STEP: ±1°

Table 5.11 – Pilot tone phase adjustment permitted values

5.3.6.10 AES-EBU CONTROLS

In these menus it is possible enable/disable the AES-EBU interface. The menus are available in

MONO and STEREO MPX Internal modes.

Fig. 5.35 – AES-EBU interface enable menu

To enable/disable the AES-EBU interface, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to select ON or OFF. Press OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

If the interface is enabled, the internal switch will commutate from analogic Left/Right channels to digital Left/Right ones but the active channels set in the Operat.Mode menu will not change.

In case of interface enabled the AES-EBU led in the frontal panel will be switched on.

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It is possible to change the AES-EBU interface Recovered Master Clock Frequency in the Ratio menu.

Fig. 5.36 – AES-EBU Ratio menu

To change the AES-EBU Ratio, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to select desired value. Press OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

Values available: 128, 256

Table 5.12 – AES-EBU Ratio permitted values

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5.3.7 ALARMS MENU

In these menus it is possible to set the thresholds of intervention of alarms/warnings. In case an event is verified an info will be saved in the history log and the warning or alarm led (depending on event type) will be switched on. To navigate in these menus press UP or DOWN keys.

[0]

Foldback Reflected

[1]

Warning Reflected

[2]

Warning Power Low

[3]

Alarm Power Low

[4]

Audio Low Level

[5]

Audio Low T1

[6]

Audio Low T2

[7]

Audio Over Level

[8]

Audio Over T1

[9]

Audio Over T2

[10]

Audio Event Type

[11]

RDS Level

[12]

RDS timer

Fig. 5.37 – Alarms/Warnings menu flow graph

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5.3.7.1 WARNING FOLDBACK REFLECTED POWER

The unit is provided with a reflected power level proportional protection: in case the output reflected power exceeds the foldback threshold value the unit enters in warning mode and the output forward power is proportionally lowered to maintain the reflected power under the foldback threshold level.

The folbadck threshold is indicated as percentage of nominal unit power. Standard factory

calibration is 15% of nominal power.

Fig. 5.38 – Foldback Reflected menu

To change the foldback threshold level, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to select desired value. Press OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

MIN value: 0% MAX value: 100% STEP: ±1%

Table 5.13 – Foldback Reflected permitted values

5.3.7.2 WARNING REFLECTED POWER

In this menu it is possible to set a threshold value for a reflected power warning in similar way to the previous menu.

The presence of this warning does not alter in any way the output forward power unlike by the foldback reflected warning.

The Warning Reflected threshold is indicated as percentage of nominal unit power.

Fig. 5.39 – Warning Reflected menu

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To change the Warning Reflected threshold level, press the OK key to enter the program mode

(blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to select desired value. Press

OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

MIN value: 0% MAX value: 100% STEP: ±1%

Table 5.14 – Warning Reflected permitted values

To disable this warning set the Warning Reflected to 0%.

5.3.7.3 WARNING POWER LOW

In this menu it is possible to set a warning in case the forward power level drops below a threshold.

In case the forward power never exceeds the Warning Power Low threshold from the unit switch

ON the warning is generated after 40 seconds otherwise after 4 seconds.

The Warning Power Low threshold is indicated as percentage of nominal unit power.

Fig. 5.40 – Warning power Low menu

To change the Warning Power Low threshold, press the OK key to enter the program mode

(blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to select desired value. Press

OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

MIN value: 0% MAX value: 100% STEP: ±1%

Table 5.15 – Warning power Low permitted values

To disable this warning set the Warning Power Low to 0%.

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5.3.7.4 ALARM POWER LOW

In this menu it is possible to set an alarm in case the forward power level drops below a threshold in a similar mode as previous menu.

In case the forward power never exceeds the Alarm Power Low threshold from the unit switch ON the warning is generated after 40 seconds otherwise after 4 seconds.

The Alarm Power Low threshold is indicated as percentage of nominal unit power.

Fig. 5.41 – Alarm power Low menu

To change the Alarm Power Low threshold, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to select desired value. Press OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

MIN value: 0% MAX value: 100% STEP: ±1%

Table 5.16 – Alarm power Low permitted values

To disable this alarm set the Alarm Power Low to 0%.

5.3.7.5 AUDIO LOW EVENT

The Audio Low warning/alarm is generated if the audio level at an active input channel drops below a threshold set in the menu Audio Low Level for at least T1 seconds.

In presence of Audio Low warning/alarm in case the audio level exceeds the Audio Low threshold for at least T2 seconds the warning/alarm status is automatically ended. In case the input audio signal is lower than Audio Low Level the front panel led AUDIO will be switched off.

The timeouts T1 and T2 are set in the menus Audio Low T1 and Audio Low T2.

Fig. 5.42 – Audio Low Level menu

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To change the Audio Low level, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to select desired value. Press OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

MIN value: -20 dBu MAX value: +20 dBu STEP: ±0.1 dB

Table 5.17 – Audio Low Level permitted values

To setup the timeouts Audio Low T1 and T2 navigate to the relative menus with UP or DOWN keys.

Fig. 5.43 – Audio Low timeout menus

To change the Audio Low timeouts, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to select desired value. Press OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

MIN value: 0 sec MAX value: 1000 sec STEP: ±1 sec

Table 5.18 – Audio Low timeouts permitted values

To disable this warning/alarm set both the timeouts Audio Low T1 and T2 to 0 sec.

5.3.7.6 AUDIO OVER EVENT

The Audio Over warning/alarm is generated if the audio level at an active input channel exceeds a threshold set in the menu Audio Over Level for at least T1 seconds.

In presence of Audio Over warning/alarm in case the audio level drops below the Audio Over threshold for at least T2 seconds the warning/alarm status is automatically ended. In case the input audio signal is higher than Audio Over Level the front panel led AUDIO will be switched off.

The timeouts T1 and T2 are set in the menus Audio Over T1 and Audio Over T2.

Fig. 5.44 – Audio Over Level menu

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To change the Audio Over level, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to select desired value. Press OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

MIN value: -20 dBu MAX value: +20 dBu STEP: ±0.1 dB

Table 5.19 – Audio Over Level permitted values

To setup the Audio Over timeouts navigate to the relative menus with UP or DOWN keys.

Fig. 5.45 – Audio Over timeout menus

To change the Audio Over timeouts, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to select desired value. Press OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

MIN value: 0 sec MAX value: 1000 sec STEP: 1 sec

Table 5.20 – Audio Over timeouts permitted values

To disable this warning/alarm set both the timeouts Audio Over T1 and T2 to 0 sec.

5.3.7.7 AUDIO WARNING/ALARMS MENU

In this menu it is possible to configure the type of audio event for both Audio Low and Audio Over.

In case the audio event is configured as warning the yellow warning led will be switched on in the frontal panel and in the history log the event will be saved as warning.

In case the audio event is configured as alarm, the red alarm led will be switched on in the frontal panel and the event will be saved as alarm in the history log.

Fig. 5.46 – Audio events type menu

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To change the Audio Event type, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to select type desired. Press OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

TYPE AVAILABLE: Warning, Alarm

Table 5.21 – Audio events permitted types

5.3.7.8 ALARM RDS LEVEL

The alarm RDS level is generated if the RDS signal level drops below a threshold set in the menu

RDS Level for at least a defined time (RDS timer).

In case the RDS level exceeds the specified threshold the alarm status is automatically ended.

Fig. 5.47 – RDS Level menu

To change the RDS level, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to select desired value. Press OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

MIN value: -20 dBu MAX value: +20 dBu STEP: ±0.1 dB

Table 5.22 – RDS Level permitted values

To setup the timeout for RDS alarm navigate to the relative menu with UP or DOWN keys.

Fig. 5.48 – RDS timeout menu

To change the RDS timeout, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to select desired value. Press OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

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MIN value: 0 sec MAX value: 1000 sec STEP: ±1 sec

Table 5.23 – RDS timeout permitted values

To disable this alarm set the timeout to 0 sec.

5.3.8 MEMORY MENU

The unit can be completely configured in 6 different modes (Memories) and these configurations are stored in the internal unit memory.

[0]

Active Memory

[1]

Edit Memory 0

[2]

Edit Memory 1

[3]

Edit Memory 2

[4]

Edit Memory 3

[5]

Edit Memory 4

[6]

Edit Memory 5

[7]

Clear Memory

Fig. 5.49 – Memory menu flow graph

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5.3.8.1 ACTIVE MEMORY

The active Memory is the current configuration applied to the unit. Any parameter changed during normal unit working mode is automatically applied and saved in the current active Memory.

The active Memory is indicated in the sub-menu Active.

Fig. 5.50 – Active Memory menu

To change the active Memory, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to select Memory desired. Press OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

MEMORY AVAILABLE: M0, M1, M2, M3, M4, M5

Table 5.24 – Memory available

When a Memory is recalled the unit is reconfigured with the parameters saved in that particular

Memory.

5.3.8.2 EDITING A MEMORY

In these menus it is possible enable the editing of a Memory parameters, the editing is not available for the Active Memory because for this particular Memory the parameters change is executed and saved in real time.

Fig. 5.51 – Edit Memory menus

A Memory already manually edited has Full state otherwise is Empty. It has no sense to recall an empty Memory but, if it is recalled, the empty Memory will be an exact copy of the last Active

Memory.

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To enable the editing of a Memory navigate with UP or DOWN keys in the sub-menus up to the desired Memory M, keep pressing OK key until the display shows the line

Fig. 5.52 – Enable Memory editing page

Press RIGHT key to enable the editing or LEFT key to exit, if the editing is confirmed the display shows the following line

Fig. 5.53 – Ending Editing Memory page

If editing Memory is enabled, in the first row of every menu between the brackets the edited

Memory number will be alternated with the menu ID. Changing parameters in this modality does not influence the unit on air working mode but the parameters are saved in the Memory edited.

Pressing ESC key will exit from editing Memory state without any change in that Memory.

To save the new parameters it is necessary return in the Memory menu

Fig. 5.54 - Memory menu during editing

And keep pressing the OK key until the display shows the line

Fig. 5.55 – Confirmation editing Memory page

Press RIGHT key to confirm the saving procedure or LEFT key to discard the editing.

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5.3.8.3 CLEAR ALL MEMORY

It is possible clear all Memory configurations with the exception of the Active Memory one. To clear all Memory navigate to the menu Clear all Memory with DOWN key.

Fig. 5.56 – Clear all Memory menu

Keep pressing the OK key until the display shows the line

Fig. 5.57 – Clear all Memory confirmation page

Press RIGHT key to confirm the cleaning operation, press LEFT key to exit without cleaning.

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5.3.9 HISTORY MENU

In the History menu is present the list of events occurred during the unit operation. The events recorded can be grouped in three types: alarm, warning and info.

The alarm is an event type that can compromise the normal unit operation, the warning doesn’t compromise the unit operation but have to be examined to prevent alarms. The info is an information about a unit change of state (for example passing in local mode, or exit from warning or alarm state).

The menu shows always the last event happened

Fig. 5.58 – History menu

In the second row on the left the numbers 000 identify the last event (there is the possibility to check the last 200 events), after the symbol “>” a brief event description is provided.

To see a total event information and the complete event list press OK key:

Fig. 5.59 – History menu event detail page

The first row shows the same message as the second row of previous menu, while in the second row the information showed are in order: date, hour and code of event recorded.

Press UP or DOWN keys to navigate the event list press OK or ESC key to exit.

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EVENT

Max Current

Max Environment Temp

Alarm FWD Read

Foldback Reflected

Max Heatsink Temp

Max Supply Temp

-

Interlock Open

Power On

Max Hardware Reflected

Fan Warning

Frequency Change

Change to Local

Change to Remote

Audio Low

Power Low

Switch ON

Switch OFF

Fault too many Alarms

End PLL Unlock

PLL Unlock

Audio Over

End Foldback Reflected

End Hardware Reflected

End Power Low

End Audio Low

End Audio Over

End Fan Warning

End Max Heatsink Temp

Fault Hardware Reflected

Power Low

RDS Alarm

End RDS Alarm

Alarms Present

Alarms Absent

Warnings Present

Warnings Absent

RF Present

RF Absent

-

End alarm FWD read

Audio Low

End Audio Low

End Power Low

Audio Over

End Audio Over

NTP Synchronization

End NTP Synchronization

Warning Reflected

End Warning Reflected

Here below the complete list of events recognized is indicated:

ALARM

ALARM

INFO

INFO

INFO

INFO

INFO

INFO

INFO

ALARM

WARNING

ALARM

INFO

ALARM

INFO

INFO

ALARM

ALARM

[Not used]

WARNING

INFO

ALARM

WARNING

INFO

INFO

INFO

ALARM

ALARM

INFO

INFO

ALARM

INFO

INFO

INFO

INFO

[Not used]

INFO

WARNING

INFO

INFO

WARNING

INFO

WARNING

INFO

WARNING

INFO

0030

0031

0032

0033

0034

0035

0036

0037

0022

0023

0024

0025

0026

0027

0028

0029

0014

0015

0016

0017

0018

0019

0020

0021

0006

0007

0008

0009

0010

0011

0012

0013

0038

0039

0040

0041

0042

0043

0044

0045

0046

0047

0048

0049

0050

0051

Table 5.25 – Events list

TYPE

ALARM

ALARM

ALARM

WARNING

CODE

0001

0002

0003

0004

If FWD reading not present

If Temperature > 68°C

[Not used]

Alarm version

Alarm version

Alarm version

For Alarm version

For Alarm version

For Alarm version

Too many hardware reflected events

Warning version

At least 1 alarm present

No alarm present

At least 1 warning present

No warning present

If Pout > 10% of power set value

If Pout < 10% of power set value

[Not used]

Warning version

For Warning version

For Warning version

Warning version

For Warning version

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EVENT

Warning AES/EBU

End Warning AES/EBU

Alarm Amplifier

End Alarm Amplifier

Warning Amplifier

End Warning Amplifier

TYPE

WARNING

INFO

ALARM

INFO

WARNING

INFO

CODE

0052

0053

0054

0055

0056

0057

In case the Mozart is connected to an external amplifier

In case the Mozart is connected to an external amplifier

In case the Mozart is connected to an external amplifier

In case the Mozart is connected to an external amplifier

Every Warning and Alarm event has the corresponding END info event to indicate the time instant of ending from that particular warning/alarm condition.

5.3.10 GENERALS MENU

The Generals menu contains options as time and date set, the RS-485 address, the IP address and netmask.

[0]

Set Hour

[1]

Set Minute

[2]

Set Second

[3]

Set Day

[4]

Set Month

[5]

Set Year

[6]

Set RS-485 address

[7]

IP address

Fig. 5.60 – Generals menu flow graph

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5.3.10.1 TIME SET

In these menus it is possible to set the time of day: this time is used in the history log menu during the events saving.

To adjust the hour localize the menu

Fig. 5.61 – Set hour page

To change the hour, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to select right value. Press OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

To adjust the minutes press UP or DOWN key

Fig. 5.62 – Set minute page

To change the minutes, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to select right value. Press OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

To adjust the seconds press UP or DOWN key

Fig. 5.63 – Set second page

To change the seconds, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to select right value. Press OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

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5.3.10.2 DATE SET

In these menus it is possible to set the date: the date is used in the history log menu during the events saving as the time of the day.

To adjust the day press UP or DOWN key

Fig. 5.64 – Set day page

To change the current day, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to select right value. Press OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

To adjust the month press UP or DOWN key

Fig. 5.65 – Set month page

To change the current month, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to select right value. Press OK key to confirm or

ESC key to exit routine without saving.

To adjust the year press UP or DOWN key

Fig. 5.66 – Set year page

To change the current year, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to select right value. Press OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

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5.3.10.3 RS-485 ADDRESS MENU

In this menu it is possible set the RS-485 address in case the unit is used as slave device in a bus system (for example a high power transmitter or a 1+1 system).

Navigate to the menu RS485 Address with UP or DOWN key.

Fig. 5.67 – Set RS-485 address page

To change the RS-485 address, press the OK key to enter the program mode (blinking arrow in second row on the right). Press UP or DOWN keys to select the desired value. Press OK key to confirm or ESC key to exit routine without saving.

5.3.10.4 NETWORK PARAMETERS

These are read only menus, the IP address is set directly from webpage if webserver option is available.

Fig. 5.68 – Unit IP address page

In this menu the actual unit IP address is showed.

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6 FRONT PANEL

Not all the functions are available from the LCD display: the most important ones are available from the front panel keys and leds present on the unit front panel.

6.1 FRONT PANEL KEYS

Reset

In case the unit is completely blocked (Fault status) due for example to the repetition of an alarm multiple times, the FAULT led will switch on and to restore the functioning of the unit it is sufficient to press this key (Reset of the alarm/warning/fault status).

Local

In case the led LOCAL is switched on, the unit is in LOCAL mode and all the functions from the front panel are enabled. If the led is off the unit is in REMOTE mode and it will accept only the commands given by remote. To change the status of the led it is sufficient to press the key.

ON/OFF

In case the led ON/OFF is switched on, the unit is in ON mode and the RF power is enabled. If the led is off the unit is in OFF mode (standby) and it is only powered but it will not give any output power. To change the status of the led it is sufficient to press the key.

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UP

RIGHT

LEFT

DOWN

OK

UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT

The keys are available for the menus navigation and the parameter editing if the menu editing is enabled.

OK

The key is available to enable the editing menu mode and to confirm the parameters change.

ESCAPE

The key is available to exit from editing menu mode without any change or to return to main menu from any other menu.

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6.2 FRONT PANEL LEDS

The frontal panel leds don’t change depending on units model. For the leds name see the Fig.2.1 or

Fig.2.3

6.2.1 STATUS LEDS

ALARM led

This led is switched on in case an alarm event is recognized. It is automatically switched off at the end of the alarm event without the reset needed. It is still possible press reset key to clear the alarm condition.

WARNING led

This led is switched on in case a warning event is recognized or in case of a parameter is saved or read from unit internal Eeprom memory. It is automatically switched off at the end of the warning event or when the read/write operation on internal Eeprom memory is terminated.

ON led

This led is switched on at the unit power on.

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6.2.2 AUDIO LEDS

RDS/AUX led

This led is switched on if an auxiliary channel (RDS, SCA, AUX) is enabled.

MPX led

This led is switched on in case the STEREO MPX External mode is enabled.

AUDIO led

This led is switched on in case of the input audio signal has a level between the Audio Low and

Audio Over thresholds.

AES EBU led

This led is switched on in case the AES-EBU interface is enabled.

LIM led

This led is switched on in case the limiter is enabled.

STEREO led

This led is switched on in case the STEREO MPX Internal mode is enabled.

PRE EMPH led

This led is switched on in case the preemphasis value set is different from Linear.

MONO led

This led is switched on in case the MONO mode is enabled.

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6.2.3 CONTROL LEDS

PREF led

This led is reserved for future uses.

PLL LOCK led

This led is switched on when the PLL is locked to the frequency set value.

AUTO led

This led is reserved for future uses.

INTLK led

This led is switched on in case the rear connector ENABLE is closed.

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6.2.4 COMMAND LEDS

ALARM RESET led

This led is switched on in case of unit fault. The unit enters in fault state when 5 alarm hardware reflected events are recognized in 2 minutes. In this case a reset is necessary.

LOCAL led

This led is switched on in case the unit is in local mode.

RF ON led

This led is switched on in case the unit is switched on and the RF power is enabled. The output power level is set in the relative menu.

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7 REMOTE I/O (OPTIONAL)

The Remote I/O is an optional interface that provides the DB25 connector REMOTE to monitor and control the unit through digital signals. The signals available are:

Pin Name I/O

Tele Command

Tele Command

Tele Command

Function

-

OFF

Change to MEMORY 0 3

4

5

TC_5

TC_7

TC_9

Change to MEMORY 2

Change to MEMORY 4

-

+12V 7 VCC_FIELD Vcc

ON

Tele REMOTE

AUDIO_OK

16 TC_6

ON

Tele RESET

Tele Command Change to MEMORY 1

17

18

TC_8

TC_10

Tele Command

Tele Command

19 GND_OUT GND

20 TS_COM COMMON

Change to MEMORY 3

Change to MEMORY 5

GND

Tele Signals Common

21 TS_10 Tele NO_FAULT

RF_OK

Table 7.1 – Remote I/O pinout

The particular unit state is verified if there is a short-circuit between the relative Tele Signal pin and the Common pin (pin 20).

To send a command to the unit (only in remote state) is necessary a short-circuit between the particular Tele Command pin and GND for at least 100ms.

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8 WEB SERVER (OPTIONAL)

As option it is possible to add a remote webserver system via TCP/IP and SNMP.

A webserver board is installed on the exciter and, through an Ethernet port, it is possible to read the main parameters of the transmitter and make all main settings.

NOTE: The WEB GUI commands work only if the unit is in REMOTE MODE.

Connect the unit to a LAN or directly to the computer using a cross cable. Enter the default address from an internet browser. This address is indicated in the GENERALS menu on the front panel of the unit.

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8.1 WEB PAGES

8.1.1 MAIN PAGE

The default page is the MAIN page:

2

3

1

4

5

Fig. 8.1 – Webserver main page

Here all the information regarding the unit and the software are indicated:

1. Unit audio and RF state

2. Login Status: Administrator, Guest

3. Available web pages

4. Unit model and hardware/firmware revision

5. Webserver info and firmware build

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8.1.2 LOGIN PAGE

To have the possibility to change the functioning parameters of the unit you need to enter as administrator.

Here the Login page:

Fig. 8.2 – Webserver Login page

The standard Administration username and password:

FACTORY ADMIN ID: admin

FACTORY ADMIN PASSWORD: admin

FACTORY IP ADDRESS: 192.168.1.251

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8.1.3 SETTINGS PAGE

In this page is present a view of the status of unit parameters, as normally indicated in the front panel on the LCD display. If the login has been done it will be possible to change the values, otherwise it is possible only to see them.

Fig. 8.3 – Webserver Setting page

The parameters available in this page are:

1. Frequency

2. Power Set

3. Audio options

4. Sensitivity option

5. AES-EBU options

6. Mono/Stereo and Auxiliary channels enable

7. Active Memory status

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8.1.4 PRESETTINGS PAGE

In the Presettings page it is possible to see and change the status of all remains unit parameters. If the login has been done it will be possible to change the values, otherwise it is possible only to see them.

Fig. 8.4 – Webserver Presetting page

Parameters available are:

1. Mono/Stereo mode

2. Alarms and Warnings Settings

3. Deviation offsets adjustment

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8.1.5 MEMORIES SCHEDULING

In the Memories scheduling page it is possible to set a desired scheduling memories for one week with 4 different start times.

Fig. 8.5 – Webserver Memories scheduling page

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8.1.6 EMAIL NOTIFICATIONS

The remote monitoring interface includes an automatic e-mail notification: e-mails are sent to recipients in case of alarm events or warnings in the modulator.

The notification e-mail indicates the main parameters of the unit (also present in the front panel menu) and a summary of the history of the equipment (events log file).

1) Configuration of the notification system

Fig. 8.6 – E-mail notifications page

The explanation of all the fields is indicated in the table present in next page.

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Fields

Station ID

Account Username

Account Password

Server SMTP url

Description

Insert the name that will appear as the sender of the notification e-mail.

Insert the email account username.

Ex: [email protected]

Insert the email account password.

Insert the Server SMPT url of the email account.

Ex: smtp.gmail.com (google SMTP server)

Server SMTP port

Security and

Authentication

Enter the port of the SMTP server.

Ex: 25, 465 or 587 (typical ports)

Select “TLS/SSL” checkbox to enable the TLS/SSL protocols.

Select “Use name and password” checkbox if the SMTP server requires the authentication.

Destination Address

Enter the email addresses of notification recipients.

Note: Up to 5 emails are allowed.

Press the “SAVE CONFIG” button to save the configurations and press “OK” when the following pop-up window will appear:

Fig. 8.7 – E-mail notifications saving settings

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The content of the e-mail notification is provided in the following format:

Fig. 8.8 – E-mail notifications content format

In the notification the information indicated are:

 Transmission frequency (in MHz)

 Forward power (in Watt)

 Reflected power (in Watt)

 Heat-sink temperature (in degrees Celsius)

 DC voltage to supply each RF board (in Volt)

 Absorbed current of each RF board (in Ampere)

Information about the type of event that generated the notification is present in the attached file

log_events.txt with following format:

[TIME DATE] [EVENT TYPE]

Fig. 8.9 – Log event .txt

This log file has a capacity of 200 events listed for lines. Exceeded this number all the events are automatically erased and a new file is started. The complete log file can be accessed also from the web page.

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2) You can test the notification system using the button “TEST EMAIL”, in this way, a test email will be sent to the address set in the “Destination address 1” field.

Fig. 8.10 – TEST EMAIL button

Fig. 8.11 – Confirmation message in the received test email

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8.1.7 LOG PAGE

The LOG page allows the visualization and the download of the unit history (the register of all the events happened with date, hour and event code). If the login has been done it will be possible to download the file, otherwise it is possible only to see it.

Fig. 8.12 – Webserver Log page

The Log type can be configured as FULL or RECENT.

In FULL mode it is possible see the unit complete list of event saved, in RECENT mode it is available a list of events starting from the selection of RECENT option.

The Reset current log button will restart only the RECENT mode of the Log. To restart the Log

FULL mode it is necessary to go on Administration page.

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8.1.8 ADMINISTRATION PAGE

If the user is logged as administrator it is possible change all parameters related to the connection of the unit to the network and the SNMP configuration.

1

2

3

4

5

Fig. 8.13 – Webserver Administration page

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The parameters available are:

1. Network parameters: IP address, netmask and Gateway address.

2. SNMP configuration.

3. Username and password for both administrator and guest users.

4. NTP configuration

5. Buttons necessary to reconfigure the webserver board.

To save a new network or SNMP configuration press SAVE button after the new parameters are set.

To apply the new configuration press REBOOT button to restart the webserver board.

The RESTART LOG button will restart the FULL mode of webserver Log.

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8.1.9 MODULATOR UPGRADE PAGE

If the login has been done it is possible to upgrade the firmware of the unit uploading the file from this page. The upgrade will be automatically done once the file has been uploaded. The upload is done in 2 steps:

 The software is uploaded into the web server board (web module) and stored in it

 The software is passed from the web module to the microprocessor of the unit

Fig. 8.14 – Webserver Modulator Upgrade page

To upgrade the modulator refer to the “Upgrading modulator firmware” paragraph.

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8.1.10 WEBSERVER UPGRADE PAGE

If the login has been done it will be possible to upgrade the firmware of the webserver board uploading the file from this page. The upgrade will be automatically done once the file has been uploaded. The upgrade will be automatically done once the file has been uploaded. The upload is done in 2 steps:

 The software is uploaded into the webserver board (web module) and stored in it

 The software is applied to the web server

Fig. 8.15 – Webserver Upgrade page

To upgrade the webserver board refer to the “Upgrading webserver board firmware” paragraph.

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8.2 UPGRADING PROCEDURES

8.2.1 UPGRADING THE MODULATOR FIRMWARE

The modulator firmware upgrade is available only with the webserver board installed.

The copies of modulator firmwares are always stored in the webserver board so it is possible the downgrade in case of failed upgrading attempts.

To start the procedure please follow these points:

1. Power on the unit maintaining pressed the OK key to start the unit in bootloader mode.

Fig. 8.16 – Start in bootloader mode

2. Connect a PC to the unit using a crossover LAN cable. Open a browser and type the IP address of the unit. Usually the boot time of webserver loading is 1 minute, after that the webpage will be active.

3. Login as administrator.

4. Go to the “Modulator Upgrade” menu and press the “Sfoglia” button to select the new firmware.

Fig. 8.17 – Modulator Upgrade page

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5. Select the latest firmware .hex file and click “OPEN” (The file below is just an example, please use the firmware provided by DB Elettronica).

Fig. 8.18 – New firmware selection

6. Click on “Upload” button and confirm the operation pressing “OK” button on the popup window.

Fig. 8.19 – Upload the new firmware

Fig. 8.20 – Confirm the upload

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7. The new firmware will be added on the list. Select it from the list and click on “Upgrade” button.

Fig. 8.21 – Upgrade to the new firmware

8. The procedure starts erasing the flash, on the display of the transmitter the text “ERASE

FLASH” will show on.

Fig. 8.22 – Erase the flash before the upgrade

9. During the firmware upgrade on the display of the transmitter the text “upgrading …” will show on.

Fig. 8.23 – Upgrade in working

10. The Control Board will be upgraded with the new firmware. The operation process will take about 5 minutes. When the process is finished the text “END” will be shown at the end of the log report.

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Fig. 8.24 – Upgrade complete

When the upgrade is complete, the transmitter will be restarted automatically. In case of procedure failed, power off the unit, wait some seconds and power on the unit. Now retry the upgrade procedure again.

In case of new upgrading failed contact the assistance.

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8.2.2 UPGRADING THE WEBSERVER BOARD FIRMWARE

To upgrade the webserver board please follow the next steps:

1. Connect a PC to the Mozart transmitter using a crossover LAN cable. Open a browser and type the IP Address of transmitter.

2. Login as administrator.

3. Go to the “Webserver Upgrade” menu and click on “Sfoglia” button.

Fig. 8.25 – Webserver Upgrade page

4. Select the latest firmware .tgz file and click “OPEN”. (The file below is just an example, please use the firmware provided by DB Elettronica).

Fig. 8.26 – Select the new webserver board firmware

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5. Click on “Upload” button and confirm the operation pressing “OK” button.

Fig. 8.27 – Upload the firmware to webserver

Fig. 8.28 – Confirm the uploading

6. The following screen will be shown on while the process is running.

Fig. 8.29 – Busy state during upload procedure

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7. The new firmware will be added on the list. Select it and click on “Upgrade” button.

Fig. 8.30 – New firmware ready to upgrade

8. Select “OK” to confirm the operation and “OK” after the message was read.

Fig. 8.31 – Confirmations to upgrade

9. Wait until the following screen will disappear

Fig. 8.32 – Upgrade in working

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10. The webserver is ready to be upgraded. Go to “Administration” menu and click on the

“REBOOT” button. Confirm the operation pressing “OK” button. The webserver will be restarted with the new firmware.

Fig. 8.33 – Reboot the webserver

Fig. 8.34 – Confirm the reboot

11. Wait until the process is finished. The operation process will take about 90 seconds.

Fig. 8.35 – Wait until the reboot is completed

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8.3 SNMP PROTOCOL

SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) is used for monitoring and controlling a wide variety of different units in a network.

A description of the unit - the MIB (Management Information Base) - must be loaded in the central unit ("manager") from which the unit is monitored.

A monitored unit contains a program ("agent") which can answer queries from the manager and execute commands. Furthermore, the agent may of its own accord generate a message (“trap” or

“inform”) and send it to the manager. In this way, the central unit can be informed of a fault.

8.3.1 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION BASE MIB

The MIBs required for monitoring and controlling the unit can be requested to assistance. The packet IRT-TC-MIB.04.05.2007 contains a group of files:

Fig. 8.36 – List of file of MIB packet

Select and open the FM folder and load the file IRT-FM-SINGLETRANSMITTER-MIB in the

MIB browser of manager unit.

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The supported protocol is SNMPv2c.

Fig. 8.37 – FM Single Transmitter MIB

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Another model of MIB can be also available (dBBROADCAST table): the packet contains the following files:

Select and open the FM folder and load the file FMDB-SINGLETRANSMITTER-MIB in the

MIB browser of manager unit.

Fig. 8.38 – dBBROADCAST MIB

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8.3.2 MESSAGE TRAP AND INFORM

The events that can generate a trap or inform (depending on user configuration) are grouped in the

fmEventsST folder:

EVENT

fmSTTransmitterOpModeEvent fmSTRFPresentEvent

OID

.1.3.6.1.4.1.19831.1.1.3.1.0.1

.1.3.6.1.4.1.19831.1.1.3.1.0.2

DESCRIPTION

Unit in ON state

RF present event recognized fwSTWarningEvent fmSTLocalModeEvent

.1.3.6.1.4.1.19831.1.1.3.1.0.4

.1.3.6.1.4.1.19831.1.1.3.1.0.5

Presence of Warnings

Unit in Local mode

Table 8.1 – Traps and Informs available

The Traps/Informs can be configured in the webpage on Administration menu.

Fig. 8.39 - Traps and Informs configuration

The trap/inform messages can be sent to 2 different IP address set in TRAP IP ADDRESS box with the relative port.

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In the TRAP TYPE box select the message type desired, trap or inform. If inform is selected, the timeout the agent waits (if no answer from the manager) before re-send the inform message can be set in the INFORMS TIMEOUT box, the number of inform retransmission can be set in INFORMS

RETRIES box.

The messages trap/inform have to be enable and can be enable singly. The enable is provided to the

OIDs (fmSTEventEnable folder):

EVENT OID

fmSTTransmitterOpModeEventEnable .1.3.6.1.4.1.19831.1.1.3.1.2.1.1

DESCRIPTION

8.3.3 COMMANDS AND STATE

Commands and State available through SNMP are summed in the following table:

EVENT OID TYPE DESCIPTION

fmSTTransmitterOpMode .1.3.6.1.4.1.19831.1.1.3.1.1.1 fmSTRFPresent fmSTFault

.1.3.6.1.4.1.19831.1.1.3.1.1.2

.1.3.6.1.4.1.19831.1.1.3.1.1.3

Read and Write

Read only

Read only

1=ON, 2=OFF

1=Present, 2=Not Present

1=Fault, 2=No Fault fwSTWarning fmSTLocalMode

.1.3.6.1.4.1.19831.1.1.3.1.1.4

.1.3.6.1.4.1.19831.1.1.3.1.1.5

Read only

Read only

1=Warning, 2=No Warning

1=Local, 2=Remote

The commands are accepted by the unit only in remote mode and if the community strings are correctly set for both read and write operations.

The community read/write strings have to be set both to the agent and manager units. In the webpage can be set in the Administration menu.

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9 TOP VIEWS

Fig. 9.1 – MOZART 30 TOP VIEW

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1. AC Mains input

2. RS-150 AC/DC power supply

3. DC-DC converter (200-000185)

4. RF board for 50W (AMF00200)

5. Control Board (200-000166)

6. PLL-VCO board (200-000181)

7. WebServer board (200-000106)

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15

12

8. Left & Right audio board (200-000168)

9. MPX audio board (200-000167)

10. Remote I/O board (200-000187)

11. LCD Display board (200-000178)

12. Buttons & led board (200-000179)

13. Coder stereo board (200-000186)

14. AES/EBU board (200-000169)

15. DC/DC converter (48V – 12/26V)

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Fig. 9.2 – MOZART 50 TOP VIEW

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1. AC Mains input

2. RS-150 AC/DC power supply

3. DC-DC converter (200-000185)

4. RF board for 50W (AMF00200)

5. Control Board (200-000166)

6. PLL-VCO board (200-000181)

7. WebServer board (200-000106)

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8. Left & Right audio board (200-000168)

9. MPX audio board (200-000167)

10. Remote I/O board (200-000187)

11. LCD Display board (200-000178)

12. Buttons & led board (200-000179)

13. Coder stereo board (200-000186)

14. AES/EBU board (200-000169)

15. DC/DC converter

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Fig. 9.3 – MOZART 100/120 TOP VIEW

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11 12

1. AC Mains input

2. SPV 300-48 AC/DC power supply

3. DC-DC converter (200-000185)

4. AMP100 board (250-000041-00)

5. Control Board (200-000166)

6. PLL-VCO board (200-000181)

7. RF driver board (001-000200-00)

Available options Remote I/O board

8. Left & Right audio board (200-000168)

9. MPX audio board (200-000167)

10. RS 100-24 AC/DC power supply

11. LCD Display board (200-000178)

12. Buttons & led board (200-000179)

13. Coder stereo board (200-000186)

14. AES/EBU board (200-000169)

and Webserver board

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Fig. 9.4 – MOZART 300 TOP VIEW

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11 12

1. AC Mains input

2. RSP 750-48 AC/DC power supply

3. DC-DC converter (200-000185)

4. AMP30 board (200-000192)

5. Control Board (200-000166)

6. PLL-VCO board (200-000181)

7. RF board (200-000149)

Available options Remote I/O board

8. Left & Right audio board (200-000168)

9. MPX audio board (200-000167)

10. RS 100-24 AC/DC power supply

11. LCD Display board (200-000178)

12. Buttons & led board (200-000179)

13. Coder stereo board (200-000186)

14. AES/EBU board (200-000169)

and Webserver board

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Fig. 9.5 – MOZART 500/1000 TOP VIEW

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4 5

7

6

1. AC Mains input

2. RSP AC/DC power supply

RSP 2000-48

3. RS 100-24 AC/DC power supply

4. AMP1000 board (200-000148)

5. RF board (200-000149)

6. LCD Display board (200-000178)

7. Buttons & led board (200-000179)

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Fig. 9.6 – MOZART 500/1000 BOTTOM VIEW

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6

1. Remote I/O board (200-000187)

2. MPX audio board (200-000167)

3. Left & Right audio board

(200-000168)

4. PLL-VCO board (200-000181)

5. DC-DC converter (200-000185)

6. Control Board (200-000166)

7. WebServer board (200-000106)

8. Coder stereo board (200-000186-00)

9. AES/EBU board (200-000169)

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4

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Fig. 9.7 – MOZART 2000 TOP VIEW

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9

7

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6

5

2 3

5

8. AC Mains input

9. RSP-2000-48 AC/DC power supply

10. RS 150-48 AC/DC power supply

11. LCD Display board (200-000178)

12. Buttons & led board (200-000179)

13. MPX audio board (200-000167)

14. PLL-VCO board (200-000181)

15. DC-DC converter (200-000185)

16. Control Board (200-000166)

17. WebServer board (200-000106)

1

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Fig. 9.8 – MOZART 2000 BOTTOM VIEW

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2

3

4

5

6

1. RSP-2000-48 AC/DC power supply

2. RF modules

3. Output combiner

4. Output filter

5. FANS

6. 7/8 Output connector

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4

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Fig. 9.9 – MOZART 3000 TOP VIEW

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9

7

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6

5

2 3

5

18. AC Mains input

19. RSP-2000-48 AC/DC power supply

20. RS 150-48 AC/DC power supply

21. LCD Display board (200-000178)

22. Buttons & led board (200-000179)

23. MPX audio board (200-000167)

24. PLL-VCO board (200-000181)

25. DC-DC converter (200-000185)

26. Control Board (200-000166)

27. WebServer board (200-000106)

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Fig. 9.10 – MOZART 3000 BOTTOM VIEW

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6

7. RSP-2000-48 AC/DC power supply

8. RF modules

9. Output combiner

10. Output filter

11. FANS

12. 7/8 Output connector

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10 APPENDIX 1: EXTERNAL REFERENCE

In case of connection of an external reference to the unit, remove the top cover of the transmitter and remove the jumper on the PLL VCO board indicated in the photo here below. In this way the internal reference will be disabled and the Mozart will work only using the external reference.

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11 APPENDIX 2: STEREO OPTION INSTALLATION

In case of installation of the stereo option in the Mozart series after receiving the unit, the board that will be sent you is the one here below:

1. With the equipment switched off, remove the cover of the side where the main audio board is installed (in the Mozart 30/50 it’s the top side, in the other models it’s the bottom side).

2. Position the stereo board on the top of the Left & Right audio board as showed in the photos here below, taking care that the pins are correctly positioned in the connectors

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3. Press it to fix the board on the Left & Right audio board

4. Fix the board with the screw on the center

The software recognize automatically the presence of the board, so fix from the front panel menu all the parameters related to the stereo signal as for your necessity.

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