Q II - Monitor

Q II - Monitor
Q II - Monitor
Operators Manual
Klark Teknik Building
Walter Nash Road
Kidderminster
Worcestershire
DY11 7HJ
Tel: +44 (0) 1562 741515
Fax: +44 (0) 1562 745371
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ddaconsoles.com
Q II - Operators Manual
 Telex Communications (UK) Limited
In line with the company’s policy of continual improvement, specifications and function maybe subject
to change without notice. This Operator Manual was correct at the time of writing. E&OE.
Contents
MONITOR ..................................................................................................... 1
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY ....................................................... 3
GENERAL INFORMATION ....................................................................... 4
WARRANTY ................................................................................................. 5
SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................................... 7
INSTALLATION ........................................................................................... 9
WIRING CONSIDERATIONS .................................................................. 10
GROUNDING .............................................................................................. 10
ATTENTION ............................................................................................... 13
THE Q2 MONITOR MODULES .............................................................. 14
THE STM /ALM INPUT MODULES ....................................................... 15
INPUT CONNECTOR PANEL ................................................................. 19
ALM INPUT BLOCK DIAGRAM ............................................................ 20
STM INPUT BLOCK DIAGRAM ............................................................ 21
THE STM OUTPUT MODULE ............................................................... 22
STM OUTPUT CONNECTOR PANEL ................................................... 25
STM OUTPUT BLOCK DIAGRAM ........................................................ 26
THE ALM OUTPUT MODULE ............................................................... 27
THE ALM CONNECTOR PANEL ........................................................... 29
ALM OUTPUT MODULE BLOCK DIAGRAM .................................... 30
THE STM/ALM REASSIGN OUTPUT MODULES .............................. 31
THE STM/ALM REASSIGN OUTPUT MODULE
CONNECTOR PANEL ............................................................................... 33
ALM REASSIGN MODULE BLOCK DIAGRAM ................................. 34
STM REASSIGN MODULE BLOCK DIAGRAM ................................. 35
THE MASTER MODULE ......................................................................... 36
THE MASTER CONNECTOR PANEL ................................................... 40
HEADPHONES AND MASTER MUTE MODULE ............................... 41
MASTER MODULE BLOCK DIAGRAM .............................................. 42
Q2 POWER CABLE ................................................................................... 43
Q2 POWER DISTRIBUTION ................................................................... 44
THE AUDIO MASTER MODULE ................................. 45
THE MAIN BOARD ........................................................ 45
Q2 MONITOR TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION ....................................... 45
MASTER SOLO LOGIC ................................................. 46
THE COMMS BOARD .................................................... 47
THE INPUT MODULE .................................................... 49
THE RESET CIRCUIT .................................................... 49
THE SOLO SYSTEM ...................................................... 49
ON/CUT CIRCUIT .......................................................... 50
THE MIDI INTERFACE. ................................................. 51
THE LEVEL METER ...................................................... 51
THE MONITOR SEND SUB BOARD ............................ 51
THE STM OUTPUT MODULE ...................................... 54
STEREO GROUP OUTPUT ............................................ 54
THE MONO GROUP OUTPUT ...................................... 54
THE METERS .................................................................. 54
MONO GROUP OUTPUT ............................................... 56
MUTE GROUP/PHONES MODULE .............................. 57
PARTS LIST ................................................................................................ 58
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Declaration of Conformity
The Manufacturer of the Products covered by this Declaration is
Klark Teknik Building, Walter Nash Road, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, DY11 7HJ.
The Directives Covered by this Declaration.
89/336/EEC Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive, amended by 92/31/EEC & 93/68/EEC
73/23/EEC Low Voltage Equipment Directive, amended by 93/68/EEC.
The Products Covered by this Declaration.
Equipment type
Product Name
Variants
Audio Mixing Console
Q2
Q2 VCA
Audio Mixing Console
Q2 Monitor
Meterbridge
Audio Mixing Console
QMR
Meterbridge
Audio Mixing Console
FMR
Audio Mixing Console
Forum
PA,Matrix,Mute
Audio Mixing Console
Forum Monitor
Meterbridge
Audio Mixing Console
XL200
Audio Mixing Console
XL250
The Basis on which Conformity is being Declared
The products identified above comply with the protection requirements of the EMC Directive and with the principal elements of
the safety objectives of the Low Voltage Directive, and the manufacturer has applied the following standards:
EN 55013 : 1990
Limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance characteristics of Broadcast Receivers and Associated Equipment.
EN 50082-1 : 1992
Electromagnetic Compatibility - Generic Immunity Standard Part 1. Residential, commercial and light industry.
EN 60065 : 1994
Safety requirements for mains operated electronic related apparatus for household and similar general use.
The technical documentation required to demonstrate that the products meet the requirements of the Low Voltage Directive has
been compiled by the signatory below and is available for inspection by the relevant enforcement authorities. The CE mark was
first applied in 1996.
Signed:
................................
Authority:
Product Support Manager.
G.M.Squires
Date:
1st, January 1997.
Attention
The attention of the specifier, purchaser, installer, or user is drawn to special measures and limitations to use which must be
observed when these products are taken into service to maintain compliance with the above directive. Details of these special
measures and limitations to use are available on request, and are also contained in product manuals.
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GENERAL
INFORMATION
The Q2 Monitor Console is designed to complement the Q2 Front
of House Console and is specifically engineered to be a monitor
console. Two versions of the console are available, mono and
stereo. For the stereo console there are six stereo sends and eight
mono sends available from each input module while the mono input
module has 20 mono sends. Four different output modules are used
giving a reassign facility for the mono groups. The stereo console
uses six stereo output modules which also carry a mono output in
addition to 2 stereo reassign output modules. The mono console
uses 8 dual mono output modules with 4 mono reassign modules to
give the required number of outputs. This reassign facility proved
to be an extremely popular feature in the FORUM Monitor Console
and gives a very fast method of generating monitor mixes.
Many external inputs are available and with the advent of "in ear"
monitoring systems these can be used to return the wireless receiver
outputs into the console in order to check the monitor send exactly
as it would be received by a performer.
The CUE system is comprehensive with similar features to those of
the Q2 FOH console. Pressing a SOLO fleetingly will latch the solo
until the button is pressed a second time, or until the master
CLEAR button is pressed. If, however, the button is held down for
longer than a second the solo will cancel with the release of the
button. Input solos take priority over output solos and an interlock
mode can be selected where any new solo will cancel an existing
solo.
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WARRANTY
If within a period of twelve months from the date of delivery of the
equipment to the End User it shall prove defective by reason only
of faulty materials and/or workmanship (but not faulty design) to
such an extent that the effectiveness and/or the usability thereof is
materially affected, the Equipment or the faulty component shall be
returned to the Distributor or DDA and subject to the following
conditions the Distributor or DDA will repair or at its option
replace the defective components. Any components replaced will
become the property of DDA.
Any Equipment or component returned will be at the risk of
the End User whilst in transit (both to and from the Distributor or
DDA) and postage and/or freight charges must be prepaid.
This Warranty shall only be available if:i)
The Equipment has been properly installed in accordance
with the instructions contained in this manual.
ii) The End User has notified the Distributor or DDA in writing
within 14 days of the defect appearing.
iii) No persons other than authorised representatives of DDA or
the Distributor have effected any replacement of parts,
maintenance adjustments or repairs to the Equipment.
iv) The End User has used the Equipment for such purposes as
DDA recommends with only such operating supplies as meet
DDA’s specifications or approval and otherwise in all
respects in accordance with DDA’s recommendations.
Defects arising as a result of the following are not
covered by this Warranty: faulty or negligent handling, chemical or
electro-chemical or electrical influences, accidental damage, Acts
of God, neglect, deficiency in electrical power, air conditioning or
humidity control.
Benefit of this Warranty may not be assigned by the End User.
End Users who are consumers should note that their rights
under this Warranty are in addition to and do not affect any other
rights to which they may be entitled against the seller of the
Equipment.
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DDA shall not be liable for any damage caused to persons
or property due to :i)
ii)
Incorrect usage of the Equipment.
Other equipment attached to the Equipment, which is not
approved by DDA.
iii) Modifications made by non-authorised persons, or by using
non-recommended parts, or incorrectly made.
In no circumstances shall DDA be liable for any indirect or
consequential costs, damages or losses (including loss of business
profits, operating time or otherwise) arising out of the use or
inability to use the product, whether or not the likelihood of
damage was advised to DDA or its distributor.
Consumables such as fuses and lamps are specifically excluded
from the warranty.
This notice does not affect your statutory rights.
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SPECIFICATIONS
DDA reserves the right to alter the design of the unit or change the
specification without notice in the interest of product development.
N.B. 0dBu = 0.775 Volt
Input Impedance:
Microphone
Line
>2kOhm
>10kOhm
Output Impedance
All outputs electronically balanced <75 Ohms
Maximum Gain:
Microphone (Channel Input to Mix Output)
Line
(Channel Input to Mix Output)
60dB
25dB
Frequency Response
Mic to Mix (Gain 20dB)
Line to Mix (Gain 0dB)
Line to Group (Gain 0dB)
20Hz -1dB
20Hz -1dB
20Hz -1dB
20kHz -0.25dB
20kHz -0.25dB
20kHz -0.25dB
Noise (DIN Audio)
Microphone (Gain 55dB, EIN Ref 200 Ohm)
Mix Output (Gain 0dB, 32 Channels Routed,
all faders down)
Single Line Input (to mix output, EQ out,
channel fader at 0dB)
EQ in
<-127dBu
<-79dBu
<-87dBu
<84dBu
Distortion
Mic to Mix, Gain 20dB, +20dBv output
Gain 55dB, +20dBv output
<0.05%
<0.05%
Line to Mix, Gain 20dB, all routed,
+20dBu output
Line to Group, Gain 20dB, all routed
+20dBu output
<0.007%
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Output Capability
All Outputs (to balanced input)
Insert Sends
+26dBu
+26dBu
Power requirements
100V, 110V, 220V, 240V Selectable on the rear panel at 50 - 60 Hz
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INSTALLATION
The Q2 Monitor console is designed to be used in fixed and mobile
situations. The frame is very rigid allowing the use of
motherboards to make the interconnections between the modules.
In standard form there are no multipole connectors and connections
are made to each module according to the information supplied in
this manual. Note that when the line input has nothing plugged in
to it the microphone XLR is normalled through thus enabling the
line input to be made on an XLR connector. If a jack is inserted
into the line input the normalled connection is lost and the XLR
will then only feed the microphone input.
A parallel feed of the XLR input is available on a connector on
each module and this could be wired to a multipole connector for
connection to another console.
All inputs and outputs are fully balanced.
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WIRING
CONSIDERATIONS
To take full advantage of the excellent audio performance of DDA
mixing consoles, it is essential that the installation is carried out
with care and attention. All audio signals are referenced to the
system earth, which must be clean and noise-free, and essentially
equipotential. In addition, the earth system integrity is absolutely
necessary for safety.
Do not disconnect the mains earth wire from each piece of
equipment as this could create a hazardous situation.
If in doubt consult a competent engineer and your local electricity
supply company to ensure that safety regulations are not infringed
or negated.
GROUNDING
The console metalwork MUST ALWAYS be connected to the
Mains earth via the PSU lead.
Decide on a central point for the main earth system and starfeed to
all mains outlets and equipment racks from this point. Common
electrical wiring practice is to daisy-chain earth wires from outlet to
outlet, but this is not recommended for audio installations. The
location of the earth system star point should be in a convenient,
easily accessible position, such as the main equipment rack. The
star point must then be connected to the incoming mains earth but
preferably should be connected to a totally separate technical earth
(if local electrical regulations permit).
This should take the form of a large copper plate or stake buried as
deeply as practical into the ground (a 1 metre [39"] copper stake
hammered fully into the ground would be suitable). This should
then be fed to the studio star system via heavy gauge, low
impedance cable, with adequate precautions being taken to prevent
excessive corrosion of the cable/earth stake.
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Do not install other equipment (lighting, vending machines etc) to
the technical earth - only use it for Audio Equipment.
If the star point is derived from mains earth, however, and not from
a ground stake/plate, install separate clean and dirty mains outlets,
wired individually to the mains distribution box. Use the clean
supply for all audio equipment, and the dirty supply for all lighting,
vending machines etc. Do not mix the two systems. It may be
necessary to install an isolating transformer for the clean supply to
ensure adequate isolation from mains-borne interference. The
isolating transformer must be of adequate current capability and
should incorporate a Faraday Shield, connected to the incoming
mains earth.
All audio connecting cables should be good quality twin screened
cable. Do not use single screened cable.
It is very important that the screen is not used as the signal return.
Therefore connect the screen at one end only. Connecting the
screen at both ends will cause an earth loop into which external
hum fields will be induced.
In areas where high levels of radio frequency interference are
present the open end of the screen can be connected to earth
through a 0.01 microfarad capacitor. This will appear as a short
circuit at high frequencies, and lower the effective shield
impedance to earth. However at audio frequencies the reactance of
the capacitor will be sufficiently high to not cause an earth loop.
In general, the screen should be connected at the signal source, and
not at the signal destination. The exception to this rule of thumb is
when connecting to an unbalanced input or to an electronically
balanced input. In these cases the wires being screened are
referenced to the destination earth.
Electronically balanced outputs which are to be operated in the
unbalanced mode should be unbalanced at the output connector, not
at the signal destination so that the signal current returns to earth
via the shortest, least reactive route.
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Rack mounted equipment which has unbalanced inputs and outputs
may need to be electrically isolated from the equipment rack and/or
other equipment to avoid earth loops.
DO NOT DISCONNECT THE MAINS EARTH.
Connect all equipment in a logical sequence, starting with the
monitor systems, followed by the multitrack and then the stereo
machines and the peripheral devices and isolate any earth loop
problems as they occur. It is very difficult to rectify a problematical
installation after everything has been connected due to interaction
between the various earth loops.
The Console is supplied with 1 power supply unit 3U high (5.25"),
19" rack mounting. The PSU supplies the console with +18V, 18V, +48V phantom and Audio Ground (0V). Connection between
supplies and console is a cable, terminated at both ends by
polarised Harting multiway connectors. At the console the
connector is located on the rear panel of the console.
The normal length of the PSU-Console cables is 25 feet (8
metres).
The power supply requires the following Mains supplies :220-240 Volts AC, 6.3 A (Maximum current ratings)
100-120 Volts AC, 10 A (Maximum current ratings)
and is connected to the AC Mains via standard IEC 3 pin lead.
The PSU has an integral low-noise cooling fan and should be
provided with at least 1U (1.75") of rack space above and below it.
WARNING - ENSURE THAT THE CORRECT VOLTAGE
HAS BEEN SELECTED ON THE PSU BEFORE SWITCHING
ON THE UNIT.
The selection of the mains input voltage is made by removing the
fuse holder from the rear panel of the PSU, and replacing it in the
correct orientation for the local voltage supply. Ensure that the
correct value fuse is fitted to correspond to the supply.
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All Mic input connections are made by standard XLR type 3 pin
connectors, wired to the convention of pin 2 hot, ie.
Pin 1 - Ground
Pin 2 - Signal +ve (hot)
Pin 3 - Signal -ve (cold)
All inputs and outputs are electronically balanced. To unbalance an
input or output, connect pin 3 to ground (or pin 2 if the device to be
connected is wired to the other pin 3 hot convention).
Line inputs, insert sends and returns and direct outputs are accessed
by 1/4 inch A Gauge TRS jacks wired as follows.
TIP
RING
SLEEVE
:
:
:
Signal +ve (Hot)
Signal -ve (Cold)
Ground
Further details regarding the connections to each module can be
found in the following pages of this manual.
ATTENTION
CABLES
This product should only be used with high quality, screened
twisted pair audio cables, terminated with metal bodied 3-pin XLR
connectors. The cable shield should be connected to Pin 1. Any
other cable type or configuration for the audio signals may result in
degraded performance due to electromagnetic interference.
ELECTRIC FIELDS
Should this product be used in an electromagnetic field that is
amplitude modulated by an audio frequency signal (20Hz - 20Khz),
the signal to noise ratio may be degraded. Degradation of up to
60dB at a frequency corresponding to the modulation signal may be
experienced under extreme conditions (3V/m, 90% modulation).
No permanent damage or degradation of performance will be
caused by these conditions.
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THE Q2 MONITOR MODULES
The following pages give descriptions of the various modules used
in the QII Monitor console. As previously mentioned there are two
versions of the console, a mono and a stereo with different modules
being required in each case.
ALM INPUT
This is the ALL MONO INPUT used on the mono console and has
20 mono monitor sends.
STM INPUT
This is the STEREO MONO INPUT used on the stereo version of
the console and has 6 stereo sends and 8 mono sends.
ALM OUTPUT
This is one of the output modules used in the mono console and has
two group output stages along with two external bus inputs.
ALM REASSIGN
This is the second type of output module used on the mono console.
It contains a group output stage and similar controls to those found
on the ALM INPUT module for reassigning the group output to
other buses.
STM OUTPUT
This is one of the output modules found on the stereo console and
contains a stereo group output, a mono group output and a stereo
external input.
STM REASSIGN
This is the second type of output module used on the stereo
console. It contains a mono group output stage, a mono external
input and similar controls to those used on the STM INPUT module
for reassigning the group output.
MASTER AND COMMUNICATIONS MODULES
These modules are common to both the mono and stereo consoles.
All the master and communication functions are located here.
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THE STM /ALM INPUT MODULES
The STM input module is designed to send to 6 stereo and 8 mono
monitor groups or in the case of the ALM module to 20 mono
monitor groups. Microphone and line inputs are available along
with an equaliser which can be internally switched either pre or
post the insert point which is fully balanced on both send and
return.
48V
When pressed this switches on the phantom voltage for the
microphone input.
-20
This switches a 20dB attenuator into the microphone input. If the
input is transformer coupled this pad can assist in preventing
saturation on high level signals as it precedes the transformer.
PHASE
This reverses the phase of the selected input signal.
LINE
If pressed this selects the LINE INPUT otherwise the Mic input is
active. The gain of both is controlled by a single rotary control.
HPF
Selects a HIGH PASS FILTER which can be swept from 20Hz to
500Hz.
INS
Selects the insert return. If the insert return is not selected then the
insert send and return circuits are bypassed. If selected but no
signal connection is made to the return jack then the insert send
signal is normalled to this input. At all times signal is available
from the insert send jack.
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EQ
Selects the equaliser to be in circuit. When the equaliser is not
switched in it is physically bypassed.
It is a 4 band equaliser with switchable Q on the mid frequency
sections. Hi Q (1.8) is obtained with the buttons depressed. Low Q
is 0.9.
The remaining controls are identical for each section consisting of a
frequency control and a boost cut control. The mid sections have a
peaking response while the HF and LF sections are shelving.
Frequencies covered are as shown on the module illustration. The
upper knob is the boost/cut knob while the lower knob determines
the frequency of operation.
Note that the equaliser can be selected to be pre or post the insert
point by means of an internal switch on the module.
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The 6 stereo sends are identical and thus only two are illustrated. A
stereo send consists of a rotary level and pan control, a PRE switch
to select prefade operation and an ON button to make the send
active. The prefade signal is selectable by links on the circuit board
and can be pre or post the equaliser or post the channel ON switch
so that it will be cut with the channel although the level will not
depend upon the fader. Consoles will normally leave the factory
with the PRE signal linked as POST-EQ.
The remaining 8 sends are mono and four of them are shown. Each
mono send has a rotary level control while pairs of sends have a
PRE and an ON switch operating in the same way as for the stereo
sends.
For the mono version of the console a slightly different input
module is used, known as the ALM module. The stereo sends are
replaced with 12 mono sends which are identical to the mono sends
described above.
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PAN
This pans the post fade signal across the stereo mix bus when
assigned to it.
MIX
This switch assigns signal to the L/R mix bus of the console. This
signal is post fade post PAN.
ON
When pressed this enables the channel POST FADE and POST ON
signals.
BARGRAPH
The 6 segment meter can be selected to display PRE/POST
EQUALISER or POST FADER signal. As shipped it will show the
PRE-EQ signal. The top LED is used to indicate that the signal is
approaching clipping level and it is linked to all three points to
show a peak occurring at any of them. The LED will illuminate if
the signal is within 4dB of the maximum possible.
1, 2, 3, 4
Selects the MASTER MUTE GROUP assignment. Thus, for
example, if switch 1 is pressed and the MASTER MUTE for Group
1 is operated the module will MUTE. The master switches are
located on the master module and will be discussed in the relevant
part of the manual.
FADER
This controls the level of all post fade signals within the module.
The DIRECT OUTPUT is also controlled by the fader.
CUE
This button places PRE and POST FADE signals onto the SOLO
BUSES and signals the master solo logic that a solo is being
requested. If pressed fleetingly the solo will latch and remain,
however, if the button is held for a short period then the solo will
release as the button is released. INTERLOCKING and INPUT
PRIORITY MODES can be selected on the master module.
More details regarding the SOLO SYSTEM can be found in the
master module section of the manual.
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INPUT CONNECTOR PANEL
MIC INPUT
XLR type 3 pin connectors, Balanced
Nominal level
:
-56dBu to -8dBu
Pin 1 - Ground
Pin 2 - Signal +ve (hot)
Pin 3 - Signal -ve (cold)
Input impedance
:
>2k.
LINE INPUT
1/4" TRS Jack Socket, 'A' Gauge, Balanced
Nominal Input Level :
+4dBu
TIP
:
Signal +ve (Hot)
RING
:
Signal -ve (Cold)
SLEEVE
:
Ground
Input Impedance
:
>10k
INSERT SEND
1/4" TRS Jack Socket, 'A' Gauge, Balanced
Nominal Output Level :
+4dBu
TIP
:
Signal +ve (Hot)
RING
:
Signal -ve (Cold)
SLEEVE
:
Ground
Output Impedance
:
<75R
INSERT RETURN
1/4" TRS Jack Socket, 'A' Gauge, Balanced
Nominal Input Level :
+4dBu
TIP
:
Signal +ve (Hot)
RING
:
Signal -ve (Cold)
SLEEVE
:
Ground
Input Impedance :
>10k
DIRECT OUTPUT
1/4" TRS Jack Socket, 'A' Gauge, Balanced
Nominal Output Level :
+4dBu
TIP
:
Signal +ve (Hot)
RING
:
Signal -ve (Cold)
SLEEVE
:
Ground
Output Impedance
:
<75R
Note that the mic input can be used as the line input if no connector
is inserted in the LINE INPUT jack.
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LINE
MIC
CUT 4
CUT 3
CUT 2
CUT 1
48V
GAIN
20dB
PAD
REVERSE
PHASE
CUT
HPF
MIDI
LOCAL
MIC\LINE
EXTERNAL METER
METER
INTERNAL
PEAK LED
LK5
LK4
LK3
LK13
LK12
LK11
PRE EQ
SOLO
EQUALISER
INSERT
SSM
ON
SSM
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THE STM OUTPUT MODULE
The STM output module contains a stereo group output, a mono
group output and a stereo external input. Normally six STM output
modules are supplied in a stereo console.
THE STEREO OUTPUT SECTION
ON
This enables the stereo output.
INS
This enables the INSERT return. Note that the insert send is always
active.
PHASE
This reverses the phase of the group output and can be useful in
instances where feedback is occurring.
TB
This enables talkback onto the group output. Note that the talkback
is injected after the fader and the ON switch.
SUB
This enables the group to be used as a sub group by assigning it to
the stereo bus.
BAL
This is a balance control which will affect the group output and
consequently the SUB signal.
DIM
This reduces the level of the group output by 6dB and again can be
useful if feedback is occurring.
METER
Normally the meter indicates the higher of the group left right
levels but it can be switched to read the external input by pressing
EXT.
CUE
This selects the group to the SOLO system. Normally the signal is
pre fade and post insert but it can be switched to read PRE
INSERT. The CUE LEVEL can be adjusted by +/-15dB.
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THE MONO OUTPUT SECTION
The mono output section illustrated on this page is almost identical
to the stereo section described on the previous page. In place of the
BALANCE control there is a PAN control which pans the signal to
the L/R mix bus when the SUB switch is pressed. The meter is
permanently assigned to the group output.
The CUE system is identical to that of the stereo input section with
group solos being treated as output solos by the master solo logic.
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THE EXTERNAL INPUT SECTION
This section allows the connection of a stereo input to the group
module.
ON
This connects the external input to the stereo group bus therefore
allowing it to be mixed with any other signals assigned to that
group. The associated level control adjusts the external input signal
level.
CUE
This enables the external input to be soloed. The external input is
treated as an input solo by the master solo logic. A possible
application for this would be to have the radio receiver from an in
ear monitoring system connected to the external input thus enabling
the monitor mix to be checked.
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STM OUTPUT CONNECTOR PANEL
The connector panel contains the mono and stereo group insert
jacks and the external meter connector.
INSERT SEND
1/4" TRS Jack Socket, 'A' Gauge, Balanced
Nominal Output Level :
+4dBu
TIP
:
Signal +ve (Hot)
RING
:
Signal -ve (Cold)
SLEEVE
:
Ground
Output Impedance
:
<75R
INSERT RETURN
1/4" TRS Jack Socket, 'A' Gauge, Balanced
Nominal Input Level :
+4dBu
TIP
:
Signal +ve (Hot)
RING
:
Signal -ve (Cold)
SLEEVE
:
Ground
Input Impedance :
>10k
EXTERNAL METER
1
2
3
4
Common
Mono Group External Meter
Left Group External Meter
Right Group External Meter
The group outputs and external inputs are located on panels, such as that
shown below, mounted below the modules on the rear of the frame
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OPSOLOEN
LEVEL
CUE
PRE
GROUP BUS
MONO
SOLO
OPSOLOEN
LEVEL
CUE
LEFT
RIGHT
SOLO
PRE INSERT
POST INSERT
PRE FADER
POST FADER
FADER
FADER
TO R BUS
IPSOLOEN
TO BUS
INSERT
PRE INSERT
POST INSERT
PRE FADER
EXTERNAL
INSERT
POST FADER
EXT INPUT
EXT INPUT
GROUP BUS
LEFT
STEREO
ON
DIM
T/B
PHASE
ON
DIM
PAN
T/B
ON
PHASE
SUB
INTERNAL METER
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MONO SIGNAL PATH
INTERNAL METER
EXTERNAL METER
GROUP OUTPUT
TO MATRIX
EXT
(OPTIONAL)
EXTERNAL METER
GROUP OUTPUT
TO MATRIX
L MIX
R MIX
L MIX
RIGHT SIGNAL PATH AS ABOVE
GROUP OUTPUT
BALANCE
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THE ALM OUTPUT MODULE
This module is only used on the mono version of the console and
contains two identical mono outputs. In addition there are external
inputs to the monitor buses.
BUS INPUT UPPER
This balanced mono input feeds the upper mix bus, that is, the bus
that is assigned to the upper half of the module. It can be enabled
by pressing the ON switch and soloed by using the CUE switch.
BUS INPUT LOWER
This balanced mono input feeds the lower mix bus, that is, the bus
that is assigned to the lower half of the module. It can be enabled
by pressing the ON switch and soloed by using the CUE switch.
CUE LEVEL
This determines the amount of signal going to the solo bus from the
upper monitor section.
PAN
This pans the signal from the upper monitor group across the stereo
mix bus of the console when the SUB switch is pressed.
INS
This enables the INSERT return. Note that the insert send is always
active.
PHASE
This reverses the phase of the group output and can be useful in
instances where feedback is occurring.
TB
This enables talkback onto the group output. Note that the talkback
is injected after the fader and the ON switch.
ON
This enables the monitor group.
DIM
This dims the group output by 6dB and could be useful in
controlling feedback for example.
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PRE-INSERT
This enables the group solo to be taken from before the insert point
which can be very useful for troubleshooting in the event of a
problem. Links 14/15 can be changed so that the solo signal is
taken immediately before the fader.
CUE
This solos the monitor group. Normally the solo will be post insert
but by altering links 12/13 it can be made post fader.
FADER
A 60mm linear fader is used to control the group output level which
is indicated on the 12 segment bargraph meter.
The above controls are duplicated for the lower monitor group
which is identical with the exception of the links that require to be
altered. A full list will be given later in this manual.
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THE ALM CONNECTOR PANEL
The connector panel contains the group insert jacks and the external
meter connector.
INSERT SEND
1/4" TRS Jack Socket, 'A' Gauge, Balanced
Nominal Output Level :
+4dBu
TIP
:
Signal +ve (Hot)
RING
:
Signal -ve (Cold)
SLEEVE
:
Ground
Output Impedance
:
<75R
INSERT RETURN
1/4" TRS Jack Socket, 'A' Gauge, Balanced
Nominal Input Level :
+4dBu
TIP
:
Signal +ve (Hot)
RING
:
Signal -ve (Cold)
SLEEVE
:
Ground
Input Impedance :
>10k
EXTERNAL METER
1
2
3
4
Common
Lower Group External Meter
Upper Group External Meter
Not used
The group outputs and bus inputs are mounted on a panel below the
modules on the rear of the frame.
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LEVEL
CUE
PRE
SOLO
SOLO
OPSOLOEN
GROUP BUS
MONO
LOWER EXTERNAL INPUT
SOLO
PRE
LEVEL
CUE
OPSOLOEN
GROUP BUS
MONO
UPPER EXTERNAL INPUT
PRE INSERT
POST INSERT
PRE FADER
POST FADER
INSERT
PRE INSERT
POST INSERT
PRE FADER
POST FADER
INSERT
FADER
FADER
ON
ON
DIM
PAN
DIM
PAN
T/B
T/B
ON
ON
PHASE
SUB
PHASE
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L MIX
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THE STM/ALM REASSIGN OUTPUT MODULES
Normally two STM reassign modules are fitted to a stereo console
and in conjunction with the six standard output modules this gives
eight mono output groups. A mono console will have 4 ALM
reassign modules fitted This module differs from the stereo version
in that it has 20 mono sends and no stereo sends. The mono output
group on the reassign module is identical to those on the standard
output modules.
The group output is available in the normal way but by using the
reassign controls the signal can also be fed to the mix buses of any
output groups. Thus when a suitable mix is achieved on the mono
group it can be reassigned to any other output where it can then be
mixed with other signals already assigned to that output. This
greatly speeds up the creation of monitor mixes.
If care is not taken with assignments it is possible to feed
the signal back to its own bus thus creating feedback.
Before reassignment can take place the BUS TO REASSIGN
switch must be active.
Reassignment to the stereo buses is made by LEVEL and PAN
controls with each send having an ON switch. The mono reassigns
are controlled by a LEVEL control with an ON switch operating
across pairs of sends.
The power of the reassign facility can be realised by creating a
monitor send on mono groups 13 and 14 on the stereo console or
groups 17, 18, 19 and 20 on the mono console. This mix can then
be reassigned to any other group or groups as the basis of that
monitor send without the need to adjust sends on every input
module. This can greatly speed up the creation of monitor mixes.
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THE EXTERNAL INPUT SECTION
The external input is mono and has a LEVEL control and an ON
switch. The external input can be assigned to the group by sending
through the reassign output for that group.
Note that there is a danger of feedback because you can
assign the group back to itself.
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THE STM/ALM REASSIGN OUTPUT MODULE
CONNECTOR PANEL
The connector panel contains connections for the external input, the
group insert send and return and the external meter connections.
The group output connectors will be found on a connector panel
mounted below the modules on the rear of the console and similar
to that illustrated at the bottom of this page.
INSERT SEND
1/4" TRS Jack Socket, 'A' Gauge, Balanced
Nominal Output Level :
+4dBu
TIP
:
Signal +ve (Hot)
RING
:
Signal -ve (Cold)
SLEEVE
:
Ground
Output Impedance
:
<75R
INSERT RETURN
1/4" TRS Jack Socket, 'A' Gauge, Balanced
Nominal Input Level :
+4dBu
TIP
:
Signal +ve (Hot)
RING
:
Signal -ve (Cold)
SLEEVE
:
Ground
Input Impedance :
>10k
EXTERNAL METER
GROUP OUTPUT
1
2
3
4
XLR type 3 pin connector, Balanced
Nominal level
: +4BdBu
Pin 1 - Ground
Pin 2 - Signal +ve (hot)
Pin 3 - Signal -ve (cold)
Output Impedance
: <75R
Common
Not Used
Not Used
Group Meter
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OPSOLOEN
LEVEL
CUE
SOLO
PRE
GROUP BUS 17 (18, 19, 20)
PRE INSERT
POST INSERT
PRE FADER
POST FADER
INPUT
EXTERNAL
INSERT
POST
BUS TO REASSIGN
PRE
FADER
EXTERNAL TO REASSIGN
REASSIGN OUTPUT
PAN
ON
FADER
FADER
DIM
T/B
SUB
ON
ON
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OPSOLOEN
LEVEL
CUE
SOLO
PRE
GROUP BUS
MONO
PRE INSERT
POST INSERT
PRE FADER
POST FADER
INPUT
EXTERNAL
INSERT
POST
BUS TO REASSIGN
PRE
FADER
EXTERNAL TO REASSIGN
REASSIGN OUTPUT
PAN
ON
FADER
FADER
DIM
T/B
SUB
ON
ON
SOLO R
PHASE
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STEREO MONITOR 6
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TO MATRIX
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L MIX
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THE MASTER MODULE
The master module is a double width module containing metering,
the oscillator, talkback facilities, monitoring facilities and the
master faders.
METERS
Two dual meters are provided. One pair constantly indicates the
stereo output while the other pair is used to indicate solo levels.
Calibration is facilitated by having the trimmers accessible through
the front panel.
Three LEDs are used to provide power rail status.
PINK/1KHZ
This select either the 1kHz fixed frequency oscillator or the Pink
Noise Generator
OSC
Switches the oscillator and pink noise generator on and allows the
level to be adjusted.
The Talkback Microphone connects into the panel mounted XLR
connector.
EXT
Selects TALKBACK to the external output.
INT
Enables TALKBACK to the groups. The T/B button should be
preselected on the groups where talkback is required.
ALL GRPS
Selects TALKBACK to all group buses. Unlike the internal button
this will mean that the talkback will depend upon the position of the
group faders.
L/R
Selects TALKBACK to the mix left and right buses. Thus outgoing
talkback will depend upon the position of the master faders.
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EXTERNAL INPUT
This is similar to the external inputs on the group modules. It is
stereo and can be selected to the stereo mix bus of the console
where it is injected after the fader. The input level can be controlled
and the input can be soloed.
COMMS
This controls the level to the COMMS headset.
S/TONE
This adjusts the sidetone level. SIDETONE is the amount of your
own voice heard in the comms headset when speaking into the
comms microphone. A similar effect is heard on telephones
although there is no adjustment provided. It assists in creating
confidence that the system is working.
T/B
This controls the gain of the talkback microphone amplifier.
COMMS TO PHONES
This enables talkback to the headphone output.
T/B (Button)
Enables talkback to selected destinations.
CALL
This is used to signal other destinations connected to the
communications ring circuit and to indicate that one is calling.
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CUE
Enables a solo of the main outputs. It can be selected to be PREINSERT by a switch.
LISTEN L/R
Enables the L/R mix outputs for the monitoring system. If this is
not active then the monitors will only be active during solos.
MONO
This will mono the main monitoring output.
DIM
This will dim the main monitoring output.
FADERS
The left fader is a stereo fader for the main L/R output while the
right fader is the monitor fader.
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MASTER SOLO CONTROLS
PFL/AFL
This selects the system to read pre or after fade signals. Both are
placed on the solo buses at the same time and the master module
selects which is to be monitored.
CUE TRIM
This adjusts the audible cue level without affecting the meters.
CUE INTLK
This selects cue interlock mode. In this mode only one solo can be
active at a time and a newly selected solo will cancel a previously
selected solo. The normal condition is that any number of solos can
be active at one time with input solos taking priority over output
solos. Outputs soloes are not cancelled but are suspended until the
input solo is cleared. If many cues are active when switching to
INTLK mode they will remain so until the next cue is requested. At
this time they will all be cancelled and only the last selected cue
will remain.
CLR
This clears all solos from the console except those on the external
inputs which are held by mechanical switches. A flashing
indication is given when any cue is active.
Two LEDs indicate whether an input or an output solo is active.
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THE MASTER CONNECTOR PANEL
INSERT SEND
1/4" TRS Jack Socket, 'A' Gauge,
Balanced
Nominal Output Level :
+4dBu
TIP (Hot)
:
Signal +ve
RING (Cold)
:
Signal -ve
SLEEVE
:
Ground
Output Impedance
:
<75R
INSERT RETURN
1/4" TRS Jack Socket, 'A' Gauge,
Balanced
Nominal Input Level :
+4dBu
TIP (Hot)
:
Signal +ve
RING (Cold)
:
Signal -ve
SLEEVE
:
Ground
Input Impedance :
>10k
EXTERNAL METER
The connector panel contains connectors
for the left and right mix outputs, the left
and right insert points, the monitor
outputs, the external input, the external
talkback/oscillator output, the intercom
and external meters.
MIX, MONITOR and OSCILLATOR OUTPUTS
XLR type 3 pin connector, Balanced
Nominal level
: +4BdBu
Pin 1 - Ground
Pin 2 - (hot )
Signal +ve
Pin 3 - (cold)
Signal -ve
Output Impedance
:
<75R
1
2
3
4
Common
Not Used
Not Used
Group Meter
EXTERNAL INPUTS
XLR type 3 pin connector, Balanced
Nominal level
:
+4BdBu
Pin 1 - Ground
Pin 2 - (hot )
Signal +ve
Pin 3 - (cold)
Signal -ve
Input Impedance
:
>10K
INTERCOM
XLR Type 3 pin connector
Pin 1
Ground
Pin 2
Ring Power Input
Pin 3
Audio + CALL
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HEADPHONES AND MASTER MUTE MODULE
MUTE MASTERS
Four switches are provided - one for each of the mute groups to
which an input module can be assigned. Operating the master mute
switch will cause any modules assigned to that mute group to be
muted.
HEADPHONE OUTPUTS
Two headphones outputs are mounted on the front panel of the
module and the gain can be adjusted by a level control. The
headphone output is identical to the monitor loudspeaker feed
although it is taken before the MONO and DIM switches and the
monitor fader.
The XLR for the COMMS headset is also mounted here and the
wiring for this is as follows.
HEADSET
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Mic Input -ve
Mic Input +ve
Ground
Headphone Signal
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BUSES
AUDIO
SOLO
T/B MIC
HEADSET
COMMS
SOLO R
AFL
PFL
SOLO L
INPUT
EXTERNAL
RMIX
LMIX
T/B LEVEL
AFL
LEVEL
CUE
CUE
COMMS ON
RESET
METER
MASTER
COMMS TO
CUE LOGIC
TRIM
I/LOCK
LEVEL
COMMS
INTERCOM
COMMS INPUT
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PINK NOISE
LISTEN
RIGHT
EXTERNAL
SOLO R
METER
CUE PRE/POST
CUE PRE/POST
CUE
LEFT
INSERT
INSERT
SOLO L
PINK/OSC
DIM
T/B
DIM
L/R LISTEN
INTERNAL METER
INTERNAL METER
METER
EXT METER
(OPTIONAL)
OSC ON
MONO
R MATRIX
LEFT
RIGHT
LEVEL
ON
T/B TO L/R
T/B TO ALL
T/B TO MATRIX
OSC
RIGHT
MONITOR OUTPUTS
TO MIX OUT RIGHT
TO MIX OUT LEFT
L MATRIX
LEFT
MAIN OUTPUTS
(OPTIONAL)
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THE AUDIO
MASTER MODULE
This consists of a main board, a comms board and two sub boards.
The sub boards carry the LEFT stereo and cue meters, external
input circuits, mix left/right outputs and left/right monitor outputs.
THE MAIN BOARD
Typically the signal path from the left mix bus to the mix output is
as follows. The signal from the LEFT bus is mixed in a virtual earth
amplifier and following this the LMIXPRE signal is taken to other
parts of the circuit. Following this an SSM2142 is used to send a
balanced insert send signal to the send jack which is normalled to
the return jack. From here the signal passes through an SSM2143
(IC4) balanced to unbalanced stage into the main fader. A fader
buffer stage (IC5A) follows after which the signal is fed up to the
sub board to the main mix outputs of the console and also to the
solo switching. The signal is known as LMIX at this point. A buffer
stage generates a signal known as LEFTMIX which goes to the
matrix link connector.
The Left and Right PRE signal derived following the mix
amplifiers is used for a SOLO feed and is fed via SSM2404s onto
the solo buses. A switch selects pre or post insert operation.
The PFL and AFL buses are mixed and selected by means of
switch S11 after which they are combined with the L/R solo buses.
The solo signals are then presented to an SSM2404 (IC23) where
they can be switched into the monitoring system. A further
SSM2404 (IC24) is used to select the mix output or the external
input to the monitoring system. The monitor has associated MONO
and DIM buttons. Two sections of IC23 are used to electronically
activate the DIM while the MONO button simply connects the left
and right fader inputs together. The monitor fader is followed by a
buffer stage and after this the signal goes to the sub board where
the output stage is located.
The EXTERNAL input from the sub board is controlled by VR1
and can be switched to the L/R bus by SW2.
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MASTER SOLO
LOGIC
First of all it is necessary to understand that input priority is the
normal condition in which any input solo will cancel an output solo
for its duration. Multiple input and output solos can be active in this
mode. INTERLOCK mode means that only one solo in the console
can be active at any time. The RESET button can be used to clear
solos in either mode.
Consider first of all an input solo in the input priority condition.
The solo makes the output of IC44 pin 1 go low causing TR1 to
switch on which in turn causes TR2 to switch on giving INPUT
SOLO indication. Pin 7 of IC44 will go high as it will invert the
low from pin 1 causing TR4 to switch on which in turn switches
TR8 on. This causes the RESET line to stay in a high condition
which disables the solos on the output modules. Further input solos
can be added and the reset button can be used to cancel them. If a
solo is to be cancelled from the master reset button then a positive
voltage is fed to the base of TR9 to switch it on causing the reset
line to go low. Some means must be used to turn off TR8 as
otherwise the Vdd and Vss rails would be shorted together and TR3
is turned on to prevent this from occurring.
In the INTERLOCK position of the switch pin 1 of IC44 is also fed
to IC45 which is configured as a virtual earth mixer. Pin 7 of IC45
will thus go high and be applied to the voltage comparator IC46.
With only one solo active this comparator will not operate and the
output will remain low. When a second solo is received then pin 1
of IC44 will rise higher in voltage causing pin 7 of IC45 to rise
which in turn will cause the voltage comparator to operate giving a
reset via TR9. Of course solos can still be cancelled on the modules
on which they are active. The same is true for output solos which
enter via IC45 and are mixed with the input solos before reaching
the voltage comparator. A reset can thus be generated by requesting
another solo or by operating the master reset.
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THE COMMS
BOARD
The COMMS board carries circuitry mainly associated with the
talkback function.
The Q2 is fitted with a CLEARCOM communication interface
which is a three wire system carrying DC signalling and two way
audio. The oscillator can generate either 1kHz or pink noise whose
level can be controlled by a pot. The talkback and oscillator can be
routed to groups, matrix, L/R mix and Mono outputs. To talk to the
matrix and groups a further switch must be pressed on the required
output module.
The talkback microphone amplifier is adjustable in level from a
front panel control and can be routed to the same destinations as the
oscillator in addition to the CLEARCOM interface. Incoming
communication from the CLEARCOM interface can be routed to
the monitor system by use of the COMMS ON key.
A SIDETONE trimmer allows the level of sidetone to be adjusted.
This is the amount of your voice that you will then hear in the
headphones when using the CLEARCOM system. IC6A is used to
amplify incoming communications and to reject outgoing talkback
which travels on the same wire as the incoming talkback. PR6
alters the rejection and hence the sidetone can be increased or
decreased. When talkback is used a DIM command is sent to the
main board. Talkback audio is also incoming from the headset and
this is fed to the CLEARCOM interface together with any audio
from the console talkback microphone.
The COMMS TO PHONES switch has several functions as
follows:To allow incoming talkback onto the monitor system by operating
an electronic switch and passing audio over to the main board.
Allowing either the talkback microphone or the output of the
CLEARCOM system to go to talkback routing.
Routing the talkback microphone and the headset microphone to
the CLEARCOM system.
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Also located on the COMMS board are the FLASH oscillator for
flashing lamps and the RIGHT meter. The COMMS sub board
contains the LEFT mix meter ONLY.
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THE INPUT
MODULE
The Q2 MONITOR is equipped with a microphone and line input
selected by a switch and controlled by the same pot. The
microphone input may have a 20dB pad switched in and a phantom
supply can be fed to the microphone from each module. From here
the signal enters or bypasses a phase reverse circuit (IC2A) which
is simply a unity gain inverting stage. The signal then enters or
bypasses the sweepable high pass filter (IC2B). At this point the
equaliser can be selected pre or post the insert point and from here
the signal enters the CUT SSM2402 (IC8) followed by the fader,
the fader buffer stage (IC7B) and the pan circuit (IC9) before going
to the monitor sends located on the sub board.
THE RESET
CIRCUIT
A reset for the module logic is given by the RC network formed by
C41 and R142. On power up C41 will charge through R142
causing TR1 to switch on. This applies a low to the SET input of
the flip flop and a high to the reset input causing Q bar to go high
giving a channel ON condition. The RESET line is also fed to the
SOLO enable circuit.
THE SOLO SYSTEM
The Q2 solo system is a little more comprehensive than in other
consoles and there are some novel features about the way in which
it operates.
The SOLO button can be pressed fleetingly and the solo will latch
until the button is pressed for a second time. If the button is
depressed for a longer period then the solo will not latch but will
release as the solo button is released. There is also a facility for all
solos to be cleared by the operation of a master button on the
console.
The heart of the system is IC11 a dual D-Type flip flop. Normally
the reset pin will be held low and under this condition the state of
the Q output will toggle with each operation of the solo switch. If
the solo switch is held down then C43 will charge through D13 and
R155 causing pin 1 of IC12 to go high. Pin 2 is already high as the
flip flop has operated to give a solo and thus pin 3 of IC12 will go
low. This low is applied to pin 2 of IC13 and when the solo button
is released pin 1 will also go low. Pin 3 of IC13 then goes high
causing the flip flop to be reset thus cancelling the solo. TR6 is also
switched on to discharge C43.
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The output of IC12 will then revert to a high state causing the reset
to go low and allow normal operation of the flip flop. A RESET
signal from the master module will be received by pin 2 of IC13
and will cause pin 3 to go high (since pin 1 will already be low)
again giving a reset and cancelling any solo.
Another version of the above circuit exists based around 4001 OR
gates although the principle behind it is exactly the same. The
example shown is an output solo and in order for the input priority
system to work then an extra gate is used - IC47D. When a solo is
requested audio is allowed onto all four solo buses with selection
being made on the master module depending upon the selected solo
mode.
The RESET line from the master module is in fact tri-state and in
the high condition it is used to pull pin 11 of IC47D low cancelling
the solo. This only occurs when input priority mode is selected and
when an input solo is called for. The RESET does not reset the
output solo latch so that when cancelled the previous output solo
can again take effect. When the RESET line goes high it will go to
almost the audio positive rail. This excess voltage is removed by
zener diode D50 which is used to block the output of IC47B which
will be at 5V. When the RESET line goes low then IC48A will be
reset cancelling any solo.
ON/CUT CIRCUIT
The ON circuit of an input module is based around IC11 a dual,
positive edge triggered S/R Flip Flop. Under static conditions C40
will charge through R140 holding the clock input low. Pressing the
ON switch applies Vdd to the clock input causing pin 2 to be
clocked through to pin 1 reversing the states of Q and Q bar. For
the channel to be on Q bar should be high. Assuming that the
channel is SAFE at the moment then pin 10 of IC12 will go low
causing pin 11 to go high. Following this through the ON LAMP
link TR3 will be switched off by this high causing TR5 to be off
which means that the LED will be ON. An anti phase feed is taken
to the series and shunt FETs such that in the ON condition the
series FET receives a high while the shunt FET receives a low.
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An alternative is for the lamp to indicate the CUT condition. A
local channel CUT will set Q bar low and thus pin 10 of IC12 will
be high. This will cross the cut lamp link and switch TR3 off
causing the LED to come on indicating a mute. At this time Q is
high causing pin 4 of IC13 to be low and therefore pin 6 of IC12 to
be low. If the channel is not locally cut but an external cut is
received from one of the master cut switches Q will be low and the
external cut signal will put a low on to pin 6 of IC13. Pin 4 will
thus go high and allow the FLASH signal to blink the CUT lamp if
LK9 is installed. The external cut is also applied to pin 8 of IC12
causing pin 10 to go high to operate the FETs and the lamp. Thus a
flashing cut lamp is an indication that a remote cut has been
received.
THE MIDI
INTERFACE.
THE LEVEL METER
A cut is also possible from a midi muting system and this operates
on the flip flop by setting Q high and Q bar low from the same
signal which is inverted at TR2. The cut is a high on pin 2 of
CON8. The local cut switch is connected to pin 1 of CON8 to feed
a cut to the midi system.
The peak LED operates independently from the remainder of the
meter and is wired to three points as follows:Pre EQ
Post EQ
Post fader
Thus a high level on any of the three points may bring the peak
LED on. The main meter can be wired to any one of the three
points to indicate the desired level and is normally linked to the pre
equalizer signal.
THE MONITOR
SEND SUB BOARD
This board contains the monitor send circuitry. There are six stereo
sends and eight mono sends.
A stereo send has PRE and POST signals fed to the board and
selected by S1, the PRE switch. The signal is buffered by IC1, fed
through the ON switch to a PAN control VR1 and then back to the
main board where it passes through a bus resistor onto the monitor
send bus.
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The mono sends are fed through PRE switches in pairs and then to
independent level controls. This is followed by an ON switch after
which the signal returns to the main board and onto the bus via a
resistor.
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INPUT MODULE LINKS
Link
1
2
3
4
5
7
8
9
11
12
13
14
15
16
Function
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
#
Transformer Bypass
Transformer Bypass
External Meter Pre EQ
External Meter Post EQ
External Meter Dir
Cut Lamp
On Lamp
Cut Lamp Flash
Internal Meter Pre EQ
Internal Meter Post EQ
Internal Meter Post
Monitor Pre
Pre EQ
Monitor Pre
Post EQ
Monitor Pre
Post On
Factory installed
Depends on module position
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THE STM OUTPUT
MODULE
This contains a stereo group output, a mono group output and an
external input.
STEREO GROUP
OUTPUT
The left and right signal paths are identical. Signal is picked of the
group bus and combined by IC1 (Left). The signal is then inverted
by IC2 before being passed to the insert send. The output of IC2 is
also fed to a switch S4 where the pre or post insert signal can be
selected before going to the group fader. The fader is followed by a
buffer stage (IC2A) and the BALANCE CONTROL which is
buffered by IC5. From here the signal passes through the ON
switch to the DIM switch, which, when active will dim the group
output by 6dB. IC15 forms a simple mixing amplifier where
talkback is combined with the group signal. The TALKBACK key
must be pressed to activate this function. The signal then passes
through a phase inverting stage controlled by S5. This operates
FETS which causing IC15 to invert the phase of the group signal.
The signal then passes to IC17, an SSM2142 for balancing before
going to the group output connector. Immediately after the ON
switch a feed named SUBL is taken to the SUB switch to create the
subgroup function by feeding the group output to the stereo mix
bus.
THE MONO GROUP
OUTPUT
The signal path for the MONO group output is identical although of
course different component numbers apply. The SUB function for
the mono group differs in that the mono signal is fed through a pan
pot to create a pannable signal on the L/R buses.
THE METERS
The stereo group meter has the SUBL and SUBR signals fed to it.
Although there is only one meter the higher of the two signals is
always displayed. S9 will cause the meter to display the external
input. The mono meter has the SUB signal fed to it. The three
group signals are fed to a connector so that external meters can be
used if required.
The external input is stereo and uses ICs 25 and 27 as input stages.
An SSM2404 is used to switch the signal to the group buses and to
the solo system. These functions are controlled by the ON switch
and the LISTEN switch respectively.
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The groups can be soloed and it is possible to select a pre or post
insert signal by using S10. The level of the solo is adjustable and
VR2 is used for this. Depending upon the links installed the POST
solo will be post fader or post insert. The PRE solo will be pre
fader or pre insert point. If the insert point is in use then the pre
signal and the post insert signal are the same. If the insert point is
not selected then the pre signal and the pre insert signal are the
same.
STEREO OUTPUT MODULE LINKS
LK1
LK2
LK3
KK4
LK5
LK6
LK7
LK8
LK9
LK10
LK11
#
#
#
#
#
#
*
For mix bus selection
For mix bus selection
For mix bus selection
For matrix feed selection
For matrix feed selection
For matrix feed selection
Post/Post Insert Pre/Pre Insert for the stereo
group solo
Post for the mono group solo
Post Insert for the mono group solo
Pre for the mono group solo
Pre insert for the mono group solo
*
#
Factory installed
Depends on module position
*
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MONO GROUP
OUTPUT
The signal path for the mono group signal is identical to that of the
stereo group output module. The major difference lies in the
reassign function which this module is capable of.
The sub board used on an input module is identical to that used on
the mono output module giving access to all the groups for the
reassign function. The input to the sub board is fed from the group
sub signal through S2 when post is selected or from the pre signal if
pre is selected. The selection is made by jumpers and normally the
console is shipped with the SUB jumper installed..
The external input, which is mono, can also be reassigned by
pressing S1. No solo function is available for this input.
A meter is mounted on the module which reads the mono group
output. A feed to an external meter exists through CON13.
The mono output stages are located on the HEADPHONE AND
MUTE MASTER module. LK6 selects the output to the appropriate
output stage and matrix feed.
MONO MODULE OUTPUT LINKS
LK1
LK6
LK8
LK9
LK10
LK11
LK12
LK13
#
#
*
*
*
*
#
Bus selection link
Output selection link to matrix and output stage
Post for group solo
Post insert for group solo
Pre for group solo
Pre insert for group solo
Group post fade signal to reassign
Group pre fade signal to reassign
Factory installed
Depends on module position
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MUTE GROUP/
PHONES MODULE
Eight SSM2142 ICs provide the balanced output stages for the
mono groups which are then taken down to the connector panel.
The communications headset connector is also located on this
module with its associated microphone and headphone amplifier.
The "normal" headphones are driven by another stereo amplifier
and the two output sockets are connected in parallel.
The Master Mute Group switches simply send out 5 Volts on the
mute bus when operated.
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PARTS LIST
Q2 MASTER AUDIO (MAIN)
CD1240-1 Revision: A
Bill Of Materials
Revised:
June 14, 1994
July 20, 1994 16:16:40
Page 1
Item Quantity Reference
Part
Description
Part Number
________________________________________________________________________________________________
1
2
2
22
3
28
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
4
1
2
4
4
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
6
4
4
2
2
2
12
23 2
24 45
25 6
26 2
27 1
28 4
C2,C45
C1,C4,C12,C14,C16,C46,
C56,C58,C70,C71,C73,C74,
C76,C77,C86,C90,C92,C94,
C96,C98,C201,C202
C7,C8,C9,C10,C13,C15,C17,
C39,C51,C52,C53,C54,C57,
C59,C72,C75,C78,C85,C87,
C89,C91,C93,C95,C97,C99,
C108,C109,C110
C5,C6,C49,C50
C200
C20,C44
C11,C55,C100,C101
CON7,CON9,CON16,CON17
CON11
CON14
CON15
CON13
CON1,CON2,CON5,CON6
VR1
VR3
R1,R41,R60,R65,R70,R75
R6,R7,R46,R47
R220,R221,R224,R225
R215,R216
R108,R110
R107,R117
R2,R17,R37,R38,R39,R42,
R61,R66,R68,R71,R95,R99
R102,R103
R3,R5,R10,R11,R12,R13,
R15,R16,R36,R43,R50,R51,
R52,R53,R62,R63,R64,R67,
R69,R72,R73,R74,R83,R85,
R86,R88,R89,R91,R92,R93,
R96,R97,R100,R101,R106,
R111,R113,R118,R219,R222,
R223,R226,R227,R228,R229
R20,R81,R82,R162,R164,
R218
R8,R48
R217
R9,R49,R109,R115
22P
33P
22pF Ceramic Capacitor
33pF Ceramic Capacitor
CAP01-0001
CAP01-0002
100U 16V
100u 16VElec.Rad.Cap.
CAP04-0005
22U 25V
22u 25V Elec.Rad.Cap.
10N 0.2
10n Polyester Cap 0.2"
100N 0.2
100n Polyester Cap 0.2"
220N 0.2
220n Polyester Cap 0.2"
3WAY MH 0.1" 3WY LKG ML HDR
10WAY FHV10 WAY FML PCB MNT
10WAY IDCBX VERT BOX ML HDR
16WAY IDCRM 16WY R/A ML HDR
50WAY IDCMH 50WY R/A ML HDR
1/4JACKSL R/A PCB JACK SLIMLINE
20KB ALP2 ALPS 9MM 20KB X 2
10KB ALP2CD 9MM 10KB X 2 C/D
75R 1/8W 75R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
100R 1/8W 100R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
1K 1/8W
1K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
1K1 1/8W 1K1 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
2K2 1/8W 2K2 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
3K6 1/8W 3K6 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
4K7 1/8W 4K7 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
CAP04-0006
CAP06-0007
CAP06-0013
CAP06-0015
CON01-0049
CON01-0027
CON03-0034
CON03-0039
CON03-0055
CON02-0022
POT04-0005
POT04-0009
RES04-0022
RES04-0025
RES04-0049
RES04-0050
RES04-0057
RES04-0062
RES04-0065
9K1 1/8W
10K 1/8W
9K1 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
10K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0072
RES04-0073
100K 1/8W 100K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0097
220K 1/8W 220K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
270K 1/8W 270K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
680K 1/8W 680K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0105
RES04-0107
RES04-0118
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Item Quantity Reference
Part
Description
Part Number
29 5
GRN
STD 3MM GREEN LED
SEM01-0001
RED
YEL
1N4148
STD 3MM RED LED
STD 3MM YELLOW LED
1N4148
SEM01-0002
SEM01-0012
SEM02-0001
TL072
NE5534
CD4011
NE5532
TL072SEM06-0002
NE5534
CD4011
NE5532P
SEM06-0004
SEM06-0007
SEM06-0009
SSM2143
SSM2142
SSM2404
2PSUJ
4PSUJ
0H
SSM2143 -6dB BAL I/P
SSM2142 BAL O/P
SSM2404 FET SWITCH
2 POLE SUJ
4 POLE SUJ
FERRITE BEAD
SEM06-0078
SEM06-0079
SEM06-0107
SWT01-0004
SWT01-0005
TMR99-0002
30 1
31 1
32 11
33
34
35
36
4
2
1
6
37
38
39
40
41
42
2
2
3
6
1
6
LED5,LED8,LED9,LED13,
LED19
LED12
LED14
D1,D2,D3,D4,D9,D10,D11,
D12,D51,D52,D54
IC5,IC15,IC22,IC27
IC1,IC11
IC18
IC2,IC19,IC20,IC21,IC25,
IC26
IC4,IC14
IC3,IC13
IC23,IC24,IC30
SW9,S10,S11,SW14,S16,S17
SW2
L1,L3,L4,L5,L6,L7
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Q2 MONITOR MASTER SUB-BOARD
CD1241-1 & PC1362-1
Bill Of Materials
Revised:
July 8, 1994
Revision: 1
July 20, 1994 16:17:05
Page 1
Item Quantity Reference
Part
Description
Part Number
_________________________________________________________________________________________________
1
14
2
13
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
8
13 1
14 14
15
16
17
18
1
1
1
8
19
20
21
22
23
24
4
8
4
1
2
4
C3,C4,C5,C8,C9,C10,C16,
C17,C23,C24,C25,C31,C32,
C33
C1,C2,C6,C7,C21,C22,C29,
C30,C50,C60,C61,C62,C63
C52
C51
CON10
CON9
CON11
PR5
PR4
R71,R72
R70,R73
R1,R2,R5,R6,R28,R29,R43,
R44
R61
R3,R4,R7,R8,R11,R12,R22,
R30,R31,R37,R45,R46,R64,
R65
R60
R63
R62
LED1,LED2,LED3,LED4,
LED5,LED6,LED7,LED8
LED9,LED10,LED11,LED12
D1,D2,D3,D4,D5,D6,D7,D8
D13,D14,D15,D16
IC15
IC4,IC5
IC1,IC2,IC8,IC11
100U 16V
100u 16V Elec.Rad.Cap.
CAP04-0005
22U 25V
22u 25V Elec.Rad.Cap.
CAP04-0006
10U 16V
10u 16V Elec.Rad.Cap.
220N 0.2
220n Polyester Cap 0.2"
10WAY IDCTR
10 WAY MINI DIP
10WAY MHX
10WY EXT ML HDR
20WAY IDCMRH 20WY R/A ML HDR
500R 1/4V 500R 1/4" VERTICAL
5K 1/4V
5K 1/4" VERTICAL
10R
10R Res.M.Film 5% 0.25w
1R
1R
Res.M.Film 5% 0.25w
100R 1/8W 100R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
CAP04-0011
CAP06-0015
CON01-0022
CON01-0055
CON03-0010
POT02-0012
POT02-0013
RES01-0001
RES01-9999
RES04-0025
2K2 1/8W
10K 1/8W
2K2 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
10K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0057
RES04-0073
22K 1/8W 22K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
47K 1/8W 47K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
270K 1/8W 270K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
STD 3MM GREEN LED
RES04-0081
RES04-0089
RES04-0107
SEM01-0001
RED
1N4148
18V
BA683A
SSM2143
SSM2142
SEM01-0002
SEM02-0001
SEM02-0018
SEM06-0076
SEM06-0078
SEM06-0079
STD 3MM RED LED
1N4148
18V ZENER
BA683A 12 LED DRIVER
SSM2143 -6dB BAL I/P
SSM2142 BAL O/P
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Q2 MONITOR MASTER COMMS (PC1363-A)
Revised:
CD1242-1 Revision: A
Bill Of Materials
July 20, 1994 16:17:18
June 10, 1994
Page 1
Item Quantity Reference
Part
Description
Part Number
________________________________________________________________________________________________
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
15
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
5
4
2
5
2
2
1
1
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
3
6
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
4
3
4
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
4
1
2
3
C51
C32,C33
C23,C25,C81
C6,C9,C18,C34,C35,C36,
C40,C41,C42,C43,C52,C55,
C56,C57,C62
C3,C22,C66,C75,C76
C73,C74,C84,C85
C68,C82
C4,C24,C26,C71,C72
C8,C17
C77,C86
C5
C48
C2,C7,C16,C19,C20,C21,
C27,C30,C31,C47,C49,C53,
C54
C29,C46,C67
C28,C44,C45,C50,C58,C83
CON3,CON5,CON7
CON8,CON9
CON10
CON12
CON11
CON2
CON1
PL1
BRKT1,BRKT2,BRKT3
PR5
PR1,PR2,PR4,PR6
VR1,VR2,VR3
R137,R138,R139,R140
R165,R166
R142
R174
R28,R172
R66
R59
R61
R72
R3,R4,R7,R29
R58
R42,R57
R43,R55,R121
33P
470P
2U2 63V
100U 16V
33pF Ceramic Capacitor
470pF Ceramic Capacitor
2.2u 63V Elec.Rad.Cap.
100u 16V Elec.Rad.Cap.
CAP01-0002
CAP01-0004
CAP04-0003
CAP04-0005
22U 25V
220U 25V
10U 16V
33U 63V
1N 0.2
10N 0.2
22N 0.2
47N 0.2
100N 0.2
22u 25V Elec.Rad.Cap.
220u 25V Elec.Rad.Cap.
10u 16V Elec.Rad.Cap.
33uF/63V Elec.Rad.Cap.
1nF Polyester Cap 0.2"
10n Polyester Cap 0.2"
22n Polyester Cap 0.2"
47n Polyester Cap 0.2"
100n Polyester Cap 0.2"
CAP04-0006
CAP04-0010
CAP04-0011
CAP04-0012
CAP06-0001
CAP06-0007
CAP06-0009
CAP06-0011
CAP06-0013
220N 0.2
220n Polyester Cap 0.2"
470N 0.2
470n Polyester Cap 0.2"
3WAY MH 0.1" 3WY LKG ML HDR
4WAY MH 0.1" 4WY LKG ML HDR
4WAY MHR/A
0.1" 4WY R/A ML HDR
4WAY FHV 0.1" 4WY VER FML HDR
16WAY IDCRM 16WY R/A ML HDR
50WAY IDCMH 50WY R/A ML HDR
DIN64ROT DIN 41612 PLUG
1/4"RPB
0.25" R/A PCB BLADE
MWK99-0006 ALPS 9MM BRACKET
500R 1/4V 500R 1/4" VERTICAL
5K 1/4V
5K 1/4" VERTICAL
20KB ALPS ALPS 9MM 20KB
10R
10R Res.M.Film 5% 0.25w
100R
100R Res.M.Film 5% 0.25w
22R 1/8W 22R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
75R 1/8W 75R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
100R 1/8W 100R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
150R 1/8W 150R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
330R 1/8W 330R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
510R 1/8W 510R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
820R 1/8W 820R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
1K 1/8W
1K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
1K2 1/8W 1K2 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
1K5 1/8W 1K5 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
2K2 1/8W 2K2 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
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CAP06-0015
CAP06-0017
CON01-0049
CON01-0048
CON01-0056
CON01-0078
CON03-0039
CON03-0055
CON01-0010
CON99-0015
MWK99-0006
POT02-0012
POT02-0013
POT04-0003
RES01-0001
RES01-0025
RES04-0010
RES04-0022
RES04-0025
RES04-0027
RES04-0037
RES04-0042
RES04-0047
RES04-0049
RES04-0051
RES04-0053
RES04-0057
61
Item Quantity Reference
411
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
R41
2
3
2
2
4
2
1
4
1
1
27
53
54
55
56
1
2
5
12
57 2
58 8
59 8
60 12
61
62
63
64
65
1
1
1
1
9
66 10
67 14
68
69
70
71
72
73
1
2
1
4
4
1
Part
Description
2K7 1/8W
2K7 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R22,R37
3K 1/8W
3K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R30,R33,R56
3K3 1/8W 3K3 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R113,R116
3K6 1/8W 3K6 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R71,R156
3K9 1/8W 3K9 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R110,R167,R168,R170
4K7 1/8W 4K7 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R31,R32
5K6 1/8W 5K6 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R69
6K2 1/8W 6K2 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R39,R44,R135,R136
6K8 1/8W 6K8 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R8
8K2 1/8W 8K2 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R68
9K1 1/8W 9K1 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R17,R18,R19,R25,R26,R27,
10K 1/8W 10K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R36,R47,R48,R53,R54,R62,
R63,R64,R70,R75,R80,R111,
R114,R124,R125,R154,R155,
R158,R160,R164,R176
R171
11K 1/8W 11K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R67,R85
18K 1/8W 18K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R1,R112,R115,R120,R162
22K 1/8W 22K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R90,R92,R93,R95,R96,R98,
24K 1/8W 24K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R99,R101,R102,R103,R104,
R105
R45,R173
33K 1/8W 33K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R91,R94,R97,R100,R106,
36K 1/8W 36K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R107,R108,R109
R5,R6,R14,R15,R40,R46,
47K 1/8W 47K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R123,R159
R16,R20,R21,R23,R24,
100K1/8W Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R34,R35,R60,R65,R157,
R161,R163
R76
220K 1/8W 220K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R122
270K 1/8W 270K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R2
1M 1/8W
1M Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R77
680K 1/8W 680K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
LED1,LED13,LED14,LED15,
GRN
STD 3MM GREEN LED
LED16,LED17,LED18,LED19,
LED20
LED2,LED3,LED4,LED5,LED6, RED
STD 3MM RED LED
LED11,LED21,LED22,LED23,
LED24
D3,D4,D6,D7,D8,D14,D15,
1N4148
1N4148
D23,D24,D25,D26,D27,D28,
D29
D5
24V
24V ZENER
D1,D2
9V1
9.1V ZENER
D31
5V1
5.1V ZENER
D10,D11,D12,D13
18V
18V ZENER
TR1,TR5,TR6,TR7
BC182
BC182/547
TR10
BC212
BC212/557
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Part Number41
RES04-0059
RES04-0060
RES04-0061
RES04-0062
RES04-0063
RES04-0065
RES04-0067
RES04-0068
RES04-0069
RES04-0071
RES04-0072
RES04-0073
RES04-0074
RES04-0079
RES04-0081
RES04-0082
RES04-0085
RES04-0086
RES04-0089
RES04-0097
RES04-0105
RES04-0107
RES04-0116
RES04-0118
SEM01-0001
SEM01-0002
SEM02-0001
SEM02-0005
SEM02-0008
SEM02-0014
SEM02-0018
SEM04-0004
SEM04-0005
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Item Quantity Reference
Part
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
J111
J111 FET
TL072
TL072SEM06-0002
NE5532
NE5532P
BA683A
BA683A 12 LED DRIVER
SSM2142 SSM2142 BAL O/P
SL6270
VOGAD
MM5437
PINK NOISE GENERATOR
CNY17
OPTO ISOLATOR
2PSUJ
2 POLE SUJ
4PSUJ
4 POLE SUJ
6PSUJ
6 POLE SUJ
MINPCB
MIN PCB RELAY
COMTRANS
600R MATCHING
0R 1/8W
Link CSM01-0008
OPT 1/8W Not fitted as standard
2
3
4
1
1
1
1
2
5
1
1
1
1
1
8
TR8,TR9
IC9,IC13,IC19
IC3,IC6,IC12,IC14
IC20
IC8
IC1
IC11
IC4,IC5
SW1,SW3,SW4,SW5,SW6
SW2
SW11
RLA1
T1
R141
R81,R82,R83,R84,R86,R87,
R88,R89
Description
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Part Number
SEM04-0010
SEM06-0009
SEM06-0076
SEM06-0079
SEM06-0105
SEM06-0106
SEM99-0010
SWT01-0004
SWT01-0005
SWT01-0006
SWT99-0004
TMR02-0006
NOT FITTED
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Revised:
June 14, 1994
July 20, 1994 16:17:42
Page 1
Item Quantity Reference
Part
Description
Part Number
________________________________________________________________________________________________
1
2
2
6
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
3
2
1
1
4
3
2
2
16
23
24
25
26
27
28
2
2
1
1
5
17
29
30
31
32
1
1
1
8
33 8
34 2
C145,C146
C136,C141,C142,C143,C144,
C147
C139,C140
C149
C138
C134,C135
C148
CON20,CON22
CON21
PL1
BRKT1,BRKT2
PR5
PR4
R239,R240,R243
R237,R238
R248
R193
R200,R212,R241,R242
R206,R207,R252
R177,R204
R245,R246
R174,R178,R179,R186,R187,
R188,R189,R190,R191,R197,
R199,R201,R214,R236,R255,
R256
R198,R247
R205,R251
R196
R249
R180,R181,R230,R231,R254
R175,R176,R182,R183,R184,
R185,R192,R194,R195,R202,
R203,R209,R210,R211,R232,
R233,R234
R235
R253
R263
LED25,LED26,LED27,LED28,
LED29,LED30,LED31,LED32
LED1,LED2,LED3,LED15,
LED21,LED22,LED23,LED24
LED16,LED17
2U2 63V
22U 25V
2.2u 63V Elec.Rad.Cap.
22u 25V Elec.Rad.Cap.
CAP04-0003
CAP04-0006
220U 25V 220u 25V Elec.Rad.Cap.
10U 16V
10u 16V Elec.Rad.Cap.
47N 0.2
47n Polyester Cap 0.2"
100N 0.2
100n Polyester Cap 0.2"
220N 0.2
220n Polyester Cap 0.2"
4WAY MH 0.1" 4WY LKG ML HDR
DIN64ROT DIN 41612 PLUG
1/4"RPB
0.25" R/A PCB BLADE
MWK99-0006
ALPS 9MM BRACKET
500R 1/4V 500R 1/4" VERTICAL
5K 1/4V
5K 1/4" VERTICAL
10R
10R Res.M.Film 5% 0.25w
1R
1R
Res.M.Film 5% 0.25w
100R 1/8W 100R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
180R 1/8W 180R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
1K 1/8W
1K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
2K2 1/8W 2K2 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
3K3 1/8W 3K3 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
4K7 1/8W 4K7 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
10K 1/8W 10K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
CAP04-0010
CAP04-0011
CAP06-0011
CAP06-0013
CAP06-0015
CON01-0048
CON01-0010
CON99-0015
MWK99-0006
POT02-0012
POT02-0013
RES01-0001
RES01-9999
RES04-0025
RES04-0029
RES04-0049
RES04-0057
RES04-0061
RES04-0065
RES04-0073
12K 1/8W
22K 1/8W
24K 1/8W
33K 1/8W
47K 1/8W
100K 1/8W
12K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
22K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
24K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
33K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
47K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
100K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0075
RES04-0081
RES04-0082
RES04-0085
RES04-0089
RES04-0097
220K 1/8W
270K 1/8W
1M 1/8W
GRN
220K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
270K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
1M Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
STD 3MM GREEN LED
RES04-0105
RES04-0107
RES04-0116
SEM01-0001
RED
STD 3MM RED LED
SEM01-0002
YEL
STD 3MM YELLOW LED
SEM01-0012
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Item Quantity Reference
35 11
36
37
38
39
40
2
1
1
4
7
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
5
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
Part
D27,D28,D29,D30,D31,D32, 1N4148
D33,D34,D35,D49,D53
D39,D40
12V
D50
9V1
D36
5V1
D41,D42,D43,D44
18V
TR1,TR3,TR4,TR5,TR6,TR9,
BC182
TR11
TR2,TR7,TR8,TR10,TR12
BC212
IC49
78L05
IC44,IC45
TL072
IC47
CD4001
IC48
4013
IC50
BA683A
IC46
LM311N
SW12
4PSUJ
R244
0R 1/8W
Description
Part Number
1N4148
SEM02-0001
12V ZENER
9.1V ZENER
5.1V ZENER
18V ZENER
BC182/547
SEM02-0003
SEM02-0008
SEM02-0014
SEM02-0018
SEM04-0004
BC212/557
78L05 SEM05-0012
TL072SEM06-0002
CD4001
4013 SEM06-0038
BA683A 12 LED DRIVER
LM311 VOLTAGE COMP
4 POLE SUJ
Link CSM01-0008
SEM04-0005
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SEM06-0008
SEM06-0076
SEM06-0092
SWT01-0005
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Bill Of Materials
Revised:
July 8, 1994
Revision: 1
July 20, 1994 16:17:59
Page 1
Item Quantity Reference
Part
Description
Part Number
______________________________________________________________________________________________
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
8
13 4
14 4
15 1
C1
22U 25V
22u 25VElec.Rad.Cap.
C3
10U 16V
10u 16VElec.Rad.Cap.
C2
220N 0.2
220n Polyester Cap 0.2"
CON1
4WAY MHX VER MALE HDR EXT
PR2
500R 1/4V 500R 1/4" VERTICAL
PR1
5K 1/4V
5K 1/4" VERTICAL
R2
2K2 1/8W 2K2 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R5,R6
10K 1/8W 10K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R1
22K 1/8W 22K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R4
47K 1/8W 47K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R3
270K 1/8W 270K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
LED1,LED2,LED3,LED4,LED5, GRN
STD 3MM GREEN LED
LED6,LED7,LED8
LED9,LED10,LED11,LED12
RED
STD 3MM RED LED
D13,D14,D15,D16
18V
18V ZENER
IC1
BA683A
BA683A 12 LED DRIVER
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CAP04-0006
CAP04-0011
CAP06-0015
CON01-0077
POT02-0012
POT02-0013
RES04-0057
RES04-0073
RES04-0081
RES04-0089
RES04-0107
SEM01-0001
SEM01-0002
SEM02-0018
SEM06-0076
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Bill Of Materials
Revised:
June 7, 1994
July 20, 1994 16:18:10
Page 1
Item Quantity Reference
Part
Description
Part Number
________________________________________________________________________________________________
1
2
3
19
3
46
4
12
5
6
7
8
2
1
2
14
9
10
11
12
13
3
1
1
1
7
14
15
16
17
1
1
1
6
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
2
5
1
1
2
1
2
2
4
2
1
11
C2,C10,C18
22P
22pF Ceramic Capacitor
C1,C3,C9,C11,C17,C19,C32,
33P
33pF Ceramic Capacitor
C35,C38,C41,C44,C52,C56,
C72,C76,C79,C82,C94,C98
C4,C5,C6,C7,C8,C12,C13,
100U 16V 100u 16V Elec.Rad.Cap.
C14,C15,C16,C20,C21,C22,
C23,C24,C33,C36,C39,C42,
C45,C47,C49,C50,C53,C54,
C57,C59,C62,C63,C64,C67,
C68,C70,C73,C75,C77,C78,
C80,C81,C83,C92,C93,C95,
C96,C97,C99
C25,C26,C28,C29,C60,C61,
22U 25V
22u 25V Elec.Rad.Cap.
C65,C66,C84,C85,C86,C89
C88,C91
10U 16V
10u 16V Elec.Rad.Cap.
C100
10N 0.2
10n Polyester Cap 0.2"
C58,C74
100N 0.2
100n Polyester Cap 0.2"
C27,C30,C31,C34,C37,C40, 220N 0.2
220n Polyester Cap 0.2"
C43,C46,C48,C51,C55,C71,
C87,C90
CON10,CON11,CON12
3WAY PIN 0.1" 3WY PINS. USE 3 OFF
CON13
4WAY MHR/A
R/A LKNG ML HDR
CON3
10WAY IDCMH 10 WAY ML HDR
CON16S
16WAY IDCVF 16WY VERT FML HDR
LK1,LK2,LK3,LK4,LK5,LK6, 16WAY IDCVM VERT DIL ML HDR
LK7
CON16
16WAY IDCBX VERT ML BOX HDR
CON2
50WAY IDCMH 50WY R/A ML HDR
CON1
DIN64ROT DIN 41612 PLUG
CON4,CON5,CON6,CON7,
R/A PCB JACK SLIMLINE
CON8, CON9
PR5,PR7
500R 1/4V 500R 1/4" VERTICAL
PR1,PR2,PR3,PR4,PR6
5K 1/4V
5K 1/4" VERTICAL
VR4
10KB ALPSCD ALPS 9MM 10KB C/D
VR1
20KB ALP2 ALPS 9MM 20KB X 2
VR3,VR5
20KB ALPSCD 9MM 20KB X 2 C/D
VR2
10KB ALP2CD 9MM 10KB X 2 C/D
R171,R172
10R
10R Res.M.Film 5% 0.25w
R173,R174
33R
33R Res.M.Film 5% 0.25w
R82,R83,R86,R87
100R
100R Res.M.Film 5% 0.25w
R126,R127
2K2
2K2 Res.M.Film 5% 0.25w
R176
33R 1/8W 33R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R1,R9,R17,R30,R35,R52,
75R 1/8W 75R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
R70,R78,R100,R156,R161
Q2 Monitor User Manual Issue 9601
CAP01-0001
CAP01-0002
CAP04-0005
CAP04-0006
CAP04-0011
CAP06-0007
CAP06-0013
CAP06-0015
CON99-0003
CON01-0056
CON03-0006
CON03-0060
CON03-0051
CON03-0037
CON03-0055
CON01-0010
CON02-0022
POT02-0012
POT02-0013
POT04-0002
POT04-0005
POT04-0006
POT04-0009
RES01-0001
RES01-0013
RES01-0025
RES01-0057
RES04-0013
RES04-0022
67
Item Quantity Reference
30 13
31
32
33
34
35
2
2
2
3
21
36 2
37 4
38 71
39 6
R166
40 4
41 1
42 2
43 5
44 3
45 2
46 3
47 7
48 21
49 19
Part
R59,R60,R61,R62,R90,R91, 1K 1/8W
R106,R107,R113,R114,R120,
R121,R175
R36,R43
1K8 1/8W
R133,R148
2K2 1/8W
R39,R45
3K3 1/8W
R140,R143,R146
3K6 1/8W
R3,R4,R11,R12,R19,R20,
4K7 1/8W
R29,R34,R51,R80,R81,R101,
R102,R110,R117,R124,R125,
R155,R160,R169,R170
R40,R46
8K2 1/8W
R37,R42,R53,R54
9K1 1/8W
R5,R6,R7,R8,R13,R14,R15,
10K 1/8W
R16,R21,R22,R23,R24,R28,
R33,R41,R47,R50,R56,R58,
R63,R64,R65,R66,R67,R69,
R71,R72,R73,R74,R75,R77,
R84,R85,R88,R89,R93,R94,
R95,R96,R97,R99,R104,
R105,R108,R109,R111,R112,
R115,R116,R118,R119,R122,
R123,R128,R129,R130,R131,
R136,R137,R138,R141,R144,
R151,R152,R153,R154,R157,
R158,R159,R162,R167
R132,R139,R142,R145,R147,
22K 1/8W
R2,R10,R163,R164
24K 1/8W
R18
36K 1/8W
R135,R150
47K 1/8W
R25,R79,R103,R165,R168
100K 1/8W
R26,R31,R48
220K 1/8W
R134,R149
270K 1/8W
R68,R76,R98
2M2 1/8W
R27,R32,R38,R44,R49,R55,
680K 1/8W
R57
LED1,LED3,LED7,LED11,
GRN
LED15,LED22,LED23,LED24,
LED25,LED26,LED27,LED28,
LED29,LED34,LED35,LED36,
LED37,LED38,LED39,LED40,
LED41
LED4,LED5,LED6,LED8,LED9, RED
LED10,LED12,LED13,LED14,
LED16,LED17,LED18,LED19,
LED20,LED21,LED30,LED31,
LED32,LED33
Description
Part Number
1K
RES04-0049
1K8
2K2
3K3
3K6
4K7
Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0055
RES04-0057
RES04-0061
RES04-0062
RES04-0065
8K2 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
9K1 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
10K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0071
RES04-0072
RES04-0073
22K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0081
24K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
36K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
47K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
100K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
220K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
270K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
2M2 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
680K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0082
RES04-0086
RES04-0089
RES04-0097
RES04-0105
RES04-0107
RES04-0117
RES04-0118
STD 3MM GREEN LED
SEM01-0001
STD 3MM RED LED
SEM01-0002
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Item Quantity Reference
50 1
51 27
52 2
53 1
54 8
55 3
56 8
57 3
58 6
59
60
61
62
63
2
5
5
2
9
64 8
65
66
67
68
3
2
2
1
Part
LED2
YEL
D1,D2,D3,D4,D5,D6,D7,D8,
1N4148 0.4"
D9,D10,D11,D12,D13,D14,
D15,D16,D17,D18,D19,D56,
D57,D58,D59,D60,D61,D62,
D63
D29,D30
12V 0.4"
D28
5V1 0.4"
D20,D21,D22,D23,D24,D25,
18V 0.4"
D26,D27
TR1,TR2,TR3
J111
IC15,IC16,IC19,IC20,IC21, TL072
IC22,IC23,IC24
IC1,IC6,IC10
NE5534
IC2,IC5,IC7,IC11,IC14,
NE5532
IC26
IC30,IC31
BA683A
IC4,IC9,IC13,IC25,IC27
SSM2143
IC3,IC8,IC12,IC17,IC18
SSM2142
IC28,IC29
SSM2404
SW1,SW2,SW5,SW6,SW12,
2PSUJ
SW13,SW14,SW16,SW17
SW3,SW4,SW7,SW8,SW9,SW10, 4PSUJ
SW11,SW15
L1,L2,L3
0H
LK9,LK11
LINK
LK8,LK10
LINK-OPT
R177
0R 1/8W
Description
Part Number
STD 3MM YELLOW LED
1N4148
SEM01-0012
SEM02-0001
12V ZENER
5.1V ZENER
18V ZENER
SEM02-0003
SEM02-0014
SEM02-0018
J111 FET
TL072SEM06-0002
SEM04-0010
NE5534
NE5532P
SEM06-0004
SEM06-0009
BA683A 12 LED DRIVER
SSM2143 -6dB BAL I/P
SSM2142 BAL O/P
SSM2404 FET SWITCH
2 POLE SUJ
SEM06-0076
SEM06-0078
SEM06-0079
SEM06-0107
SWT01-0004
4 POLE SUJ
SWT01-0005
FERRITE BEAD
Wire Link
Wire Link(Optional)
Link CSM01-0008
TMR99-0002
CSM01-0008
NOT FITTED
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Item Quantity Reference
Part
Description
Part Number
_________________________________________________________________________________________________
1
2
3
3
3
31
4
17
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
5
1
2
1
1
1
1
5
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
5
4
6
23 16
24 6
R138
25 2
26 3
27 1
28 1
29 38
C73,C77,C79
C76,C83,C86
C7,C10,C11,C18,C21,C22,
C29,C32,C33,C40,C43,C44,
C67,C71,C74,C78,C80,C81,
C84,C107,C110,C111,C118,
C121,C122,C129,C132,C133,
C140,C143,C144
C8,C9,C19,C20,C30,C31,
C41,C42,C70,C108,C109,
C119,C120,C130,C131,C141,
C142
C75,C82,C85,C89,C90
C69
C94,C95
C93
C72
C68
CON8
CON4,CON9,CON10,CON11,
CON12
CON3
CON2
CON13
CON1
PL1
CON6,CON7
VR5
R146,R147,R151,R159,R160
R201,R202,R203,R204
R115,R116,R130,R131,R139,
R140
R6,R7,R16,R17,R26,R27,
R36,R37,R206,R207,R216,
R217,R226,R227,R236,R237
R113,R114,R128,R129,R137,
R105,R106
R112,R127,R136
R157
R110
R5,R8,R9,R15,R18,R19,R25,
R28,R29,R35,R38,R39,R107,
R109,R111,R117,R119,R121,
33P
100P
100U 16V
33pF Ceramic Capacitor
100pF Ceramic Capacitor
100u 16V Elec.Rad.Cap.
CAP01-0002
CAP01-0003
CAP04-0005
22U 25V
22u 25V Elec.Rad.Cap.
CAP04-0006
220U 25V
33U 63V
1000U 25V
10N 0.2
22N 0.2
100N 0.2
3WAY MH
4WAY MH
220u 25V Elec.Rad.Cap.
33uF/63V Elec.Rad.Cap.
1000u 16V Elec.Rad.Cap.
10n Polyester Cap 0.2"
22n Polyester Cap 0.2"
100n Polyester Cap 0.2"
0.1" 3WY LKG ML HDR
0.1" 4WY LKG ML HDR
CAP04-0010
CAP04-0012
CAP04-0017
CAP06-0007
CAP06-0009
CAP06-0013
CON01-0049
CON01-0048
16WAY IDCRM
16WY R/A ML HDR
20WAY IDCMRH 20WY R/A ML HDR
50WAY IDCMH 50WY R/A ML HDR
DIN64ROT DIN 41612 PLUG
1/4"RPB
0.25" R/A PCB BLADE
1/4JACK
R/A PCB JACK
20KB ALP2 ALPS 9MM 20KB X 2
10R
10R Res.M.Film 5% 0.25w
180R
180R Res.M.Film 5% 0.25w
22R 1/8W 22R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
CON03-0039
CON03-0010
CON03-0055
CON01-0010
CON99-0015
CON02-0013
POT04-0005
RES01-0001
RES01-0029
RES04-0010
100R 1/8W 100R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0025
270R 1/8W 270R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0035
1K 1/8W
3K3 1/8W
4K7 1/8W
6K8 1/8W
10K 1/8W
RES04-0049
RES04-0061
RES04-0065
RES04-0069
RES04-0073
1K
3K3
4K7
6K8
10K
Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
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30
31
32
33
34
1
3
1
1
48
35
36
37
38
39
40
2
3
3
3
2
8
41 1
42 1
43 2
R123,R124,R125,R126,R132,
R134,R135,R141,R205,R208,
R209,R215,R218,R219,R225,
R228,R229,R235,R238,R239
R103
R118,R133,R142
R104
LED17
D1,D2,D3,D4,D5,D6,D7,D8, 1
D9,D10,D11,D12,D13,D14,
D15,D16,D18,D19,D20,D21,
D43,D44,D45,D46,D47,D48,
D49,D50,D51,D52,D53,D54,
D101,D102,D103,D104,D105,
D106,D107,D108,D109,D110,
D111,D112,D113,D114,D115,
D116
D17,D42
TR11,TR13,TR15
TR10,TR12,TR14
IC24,IC25,IC27
IC23,IC26
IC6,IC8,IC10,IC12,IC106,
IC108,IC110,IC112
IC22
SW17
R150,R158
Part
Description
Part Number
22K 1/8W
33K 1/8W
1M 1/8W
GRN
N4148
22K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
33K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
1M Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
STD 3MM GREEN LED
1N4148
RES04-0081
RES04-0085
RES04-0116
SEM01-0001
SEM02-0001
9V1
BC182
BC212
TL071
TL072
SSM2142
9.1V ZENER
BC182/547
BC212/557
TL071SEM06-0001
TL072SEM06-0002
SSM2142 BAL OP
SEM02-0008
SEM04-0004
SEM04-0005
SL6270
4PSUJ
0R 1/8W
VOGAD
4 POLE SUJ
Link CSM01-0008
SEM06-0105
SWT01-0005
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June 7, 1994
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Item Quantity Reference
Part
Description
Part Number
________________________________________________________________________________________________
1
2
1
7
3
4
2
15
5
9
6
7
8
9
10
11
2
1
1
2
1
7
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
7
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
2
1
2
3
5
3
1
7
37 2
C18
C17,C19,C44,C72,C82,C94,
C112
C106,C107
C20,C21,C22,C23,C24,C45,
C47,C49,C70,C73,C81,C83,
C92,C93,C95
C25,C26,C28,C29,C89,C103,
C104,C110,C111
C108,C109
C91
C100
C105,C113
C74
C27,C30,C43,C46,C48,C71,
C90
CON3
CON12
CON15
CON13
LK1,LK6
CON11
CON2
CON1
PL1
CON8,CON9
BRKT1,BRKT2
PR7
PR3,PR6
VR4
VR1
VR5
R171,R172,R211,R212,R213,
R214,R215
R173,R174
R176
R208,R210
R17,R52,R100
R90,R91,R120,R121,R175
R148,R194,R197
R146
R19,R20,R51,R101,R102,
R124,R125
R53,R54
22P
33P
22pF Ceramic Capacitor
33pF Ceramic Capacitor
CAP01-0001
CAP01-0002
2U2 63V
100U 16V
2.2u 63V Elec.Rad.Cap.
100u 16V Elec.Rad.Cap.
CAP04-0003
CAP04-0005
22U 25V
22u 25V Elec.Rad.Cap.
CAP04-0006
220U 25V
10U 16V
10N 0.2
47N 0.2
100N 0.2
220N 0.2
220u 25V Elec.Rad.Cap.
10u 16V Elec.Rad.Cap.
10n Polyester Cap 0.2"
47n Polyester Cap 0.2"
100n Polyester Cap 0.2"
220n Polyester Cap 0.2"
CAP04-0010
CAP04-0011
CAP06-0007
CAP06-0011
CAP06-0013
CAP06-0015
3WAY WIR 0.1" WIRING PADS
3WAY PIN 0.1" 3WY PINS. USE 3 OFF
4WAY MH 0.1" 4WY LKG ML HDR
4WAY MHR/A R/A LKNG ML HDR
16WAY IDCVM VERT DIL ML HDR
26WAY IDCMD 26 WAY MINI DIP
50WAY IDCMH 50WY R/A ML HDR
DIN64ROT DIN 41612 PLUG
1/4"RPB
0.25" R/A PCB BLADE
1/4JACKSL R/A PCB JACK SLIMLINE
MWK99-0006
ALPS 9MM BRACKET
500R 1/4V 500R 1/4" VERTICAL
5K 1/4V
5K 1/4" VERTICAL
10KB ALPSCD ALPS 9MM 10KB C/D
20KB ALPS ALPS 9MM 20KB
20KB ALPSCD 9MM 20KB X 2 C/D
10R
10R Res.M.Film 5% 0.25w
NOT FITTED
CON99-0003
CON01-0048
CON01-0056
CON03-0051
CON03-0026
CON03-0055
CON01-0010
CON99-0015
CON02-0022
MWK99-0006
POT02-0012
POT02-0013
POT04-0002
POT04-0003
POT04-0006
RES01-0001
33R
33R 1/8W
47R 1/8W
75R 1/8W
1K 1/8W
2K2 1/8W
3K6 1/8W
4K7 1/8W
33R
33R
47R
75R
1K
2K2
3K6
4K7
RES01-0013
RES04-0013
RES04-0017
RES04-0022
RES04-0049
RES04-0057
RES04-0062
RES04-0065
9K1 1/8W
9K1 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
Res.M.Film 5% 0.25w
Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
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Part
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Part Number
38 25
10K 1/8W
10K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0073
15K 1/8W
18K 1/8W
15K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
18K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0077
RES04-0079
22K 1/8W
24K 1/8W
22K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
24K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0081
RES04-0082
30K 1/8W
33K 1/8W
36K 1/8W
47K 1/8W
30K
33K
36K
47K
Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0084
RES04-0085
RES04-0086
RES04-0089
100K 1/8W 100K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0097
220K 1/8W
270K 1/8W
1M 1/8W
2M2 1/8W
680K 1/8W
GRN
220K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
270K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
1M Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
2M2 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
680K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
STD 3MM GREEN LED
RES04-0105
RES04-0107
RES04-0116
RES04-0117
RES04-0118
SEM01-0001
RED
STD 3MM RED LED
SEM01-0002
39 1
40 8
41 2
42 12
43
44
45
46
1
2
1
6
47 10
48
49
50
51
52
53
2
1
1
1
3
11
54 9
55 1
56 19
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
1
4
1
4
3
2
1
3
1
1
3
1
1
2
R21,R22,R23,R24,R50,R56,
R58,R93,R94,R95,R96,R97,
R99,R118,R119,R122,R144,
R151,R152,R157,R196,R205,
R206,R216,R217
R155
R243,R244,R245,R246,R247,
R248,R249,R250
R145,R147
R231,R232,R233,R234,R235,
R236,R237,R238,R239,R240,
R241,R242
R153
R207,R209
R18
R150,R154,R156,R195,R201,
R202
R25,R103,R193,R199,R203,
R204,R251,R252,R253,R254
R48,R200
R149
R198
R98
R49,R55,R57
LED1,LED11,LED15,LED34,
LED35,LED36,LED37,LED38,
LED39,LED40,LED41
LED12,LED13,LED14,LED16,
LED17,LED30,LED31,LED32,
LED33
LED2
D9,D10,D11,D12,D14,D40,
D41,D42,D43,D45,D46,D47,
D48,D49,D50,D51,D64,D67,
D68
D44
D24,D25,D26,D27
TR7
TR6,TR8,TR9,TR10
TR3,TR12,TR14
TR11,TR13
IC35
IC19,IC21,IC24
IC10
IC34
IC11,IC14,IC26
IC32
IC31
IC13,IC25
YEL
STD 3MM YELLOW LED
1N4148 0.4" 1N4148
SEM01-0012
SEM02-0001
9V1 0.4"
18V 0.4"
BC182
BC212
J111
J175
78L05
TL072
NE5534
CD4001
NE5532
4013
BA683A
SSM2143
SEM02-0008
SEM02-0018
SEM04-0004
SEM04-0005
SEM04-0010
9.1V ZENER
18V ZENER
BC182/547
BC212/557
J111 FET
J175 SEM04-0011
78L05 SEM05-0012
TL072SEM06-0002
NE5534
CD4001
NE5532P
4013 SEM06-0038
BA683A 12 LED DRIVER
SSM2143 -6dB BAL I/P
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SEM06-0008
SEM06-0009
SEM06-0076
SEM06-0078
73
71 1
72 7
73
74
75
76
77
2
1
3
3
1
IC12
SW1,SW2,SW12,SW13,SW14,
SW16,SW17
SW11,SW15
L3
LK9,LK11,LK12
LK8,LK10,LK13
R177
SSM2142
2PSUJ
SSM2142 BAL O/P
2 POLE SUJ
SEM06-0079
SWT01-0004
4PSUJ
0H
LINK
LINK-OPT
0R 1/8W
4 POLE SUJ
FERRITE BEAD
Wire Link
Wire Link(Optional)
Link CSM01-0008
SWT01-0005
TMR99-0002
CSM01-0008
NOT FITTED
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July 20, 1994 16:19:29
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Item Quantity Reference
Part
Description
Part Number
________________________________________________________________________________________________
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
2
5
2
2
2
1
2
5
2
4
6
12 2
13 6
14 7
15 2
16 2
17 20
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
2
2
4
1
1
1
1
C106,C107
C101,C103,C104,C110,C111
C108,C109
C102,C105
CON14,CON15
PL1
BRKT1,BRKT2
R211,R212,R213,R214,R215
R208,R210
R180,R183,R194,R197
R182,R190,R192,R196,R205,
R206
R207,R209
R181,R186,R187,R195,R201,
R202
R185,R188,R189,R193,R199,
R203,R204
R191,R200
R184,R198
D31,D32,D33,D35,D36,D37,
D38,D39,D40,D41,D42,D43,
D45,D46,D47,D48,D49,D50,
D51,D64
D34,D44
TR5,TR7
TR4,TR6,TR8,TR9
IC35
IC34
IC32
IC33
2U2 63V
2.2u 63V Elec.Rad.Cap.
22U 25V
22u 25V Elec.Rad.Cap.
220U 25V 220u 25V Elec.Rad.Cap.
47N 0.2
47n Polyester Cap 0.2"
4WAY MH 0.1" 4WY LKG ML HDR
1/4"RPB
0.25" R/A PCB BLADE
MWK99-0006 ALPS 9MM BRACKET
10R
10R Res.M.Film 5% 0.25w
47R 1/8W 47R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
2K2 1/8W 2K2 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
10K 1/8W 10K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
CAP04-0003
CAP04-0006
CAP04-0010
CAP06-0011
CON01-0048
CON99-0015
MWK99-0006
RES01-0001
RES04-0017
RES04-0057
RES04-0073
33K 1/8W
47K 1/8W
33K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
47K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0085
RES04-0089
100K 1/8W 100K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0097
220K 1/8W 220K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
1M 1/8W
1M Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
1N4148 0.4" 1N4148
RES04-0105
RES04-0116
SEM02-0001
9V1 0.4"
BC182
BC212
78L05
CD4001
4013
CD4093
SEM02-0008
SEM04-0004
SEM04-0005
9.1V ZENER
BC182/547
BC212/557
78L05 SEM05-0012
CD4001
4013 SEM06-0038
CD4093 NAND SCHMITT
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Item Quantity Reference
Part
Description
Part Number
________________________________________________________________________________________________
1
8
2
3
4
5
6
1
1
4
4
16
JP1,JP2,JP3,JP4,JP5,JP6, 6WAY FHV
0.1" 6WY VERT FML HDR
JP7,JP8
CON9
20WY IDCMDR 20WAY DIP TRANS
PL1
1/4"RPB
0.25" R/A PCB BLADE
CON1,CON2,CON3,CON4
XLR VM
PLASTIC VERT ML XLR
CON5,CON6,CON7,CON8
XLR VF
PLASTIC VERT FML XLR
LK1,LK2,LK3,LK4,LK5,LK6, LINK
Wire Link
LK7,LK8,LK9,LK10,LK11,
LK12,LK13,LK14,LK15,LK16
Q2 MONITOR MASTER CONNECTOR
CD1251-1 Revision: A
Bill Of Materials
Revised:
CON01-0087
CON03-0033
CON99-0015
CON02-0015
CON02-0016
CSM01-0008
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Part
Description
Part Number
________________________________________________________________________________________________
1
2
3
4
2
1
1
5
5
3
CON11,CON12
CON10
PL1
CON3,CON4,CON5,CON7,
CON8
CON1,CON6,CON9
3WAY WIR 0.1" WIRING PADS
20WAY IDCMD 20WAY DIP TRANS
1/4"RPB
0.25" R/A PCB BLADE
XLR VM PLASTIC VERT ML XLR
NOT FITTED
CON03-0033
CON99-0015
CON02-0015
XLR VF
CON02-0016
PLASTIC VERT FML XLR
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July 7, 1994
July 21, 1994 12:52:05
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Part
Description
Part Number
________________________________________________________________________________________________
1
2
1
10
3
4
5
1
6
22
6
11
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
3
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
4
4
3
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
4
5
4
2
C70
C10,C16,C17,C21,C24,C27,
C29,C32,C67,C68
C6
C37,C38,C39,C50,C51,C61
C4,C5,C9,C11,C12,C15,C18,
C19,C30,C34,C35,C52,C54,
C55,C56,C58,C59,C69,C72,
C73,C74,C75
C1,C41,C43,C46,C47,C48,
C49,C62,C63,C64,C65
C33,C44,C45
C71
C2,C3
C7
C22
C25
C8
C23
C20,C28
C60
C13,C14
C26
C40,C42,C76,C77
C31,C66,C78,C79
CON1,CON7,CON8
CON3
WIR1
CON9
CON12,CON13
CON11
CON10
PL1
CON2,CON4,CON5,CON6
BRKT1VR1,BRKT1VR7
PR2
PR1
VR1
VR2
VR7
VR3,VR4,VR5,VR6
R175,R176,R177,R178,R181
R201,R202,R203,R204
R179,R180
22P
33P
22pF Ceramic Capacitor
33pF Ceramic Capacitor
CAP01-0001
CAP01-0002
680P
2U2 63V
100U 16V
680pF Ceramic Capacitor
2.2u 63V Elec.Rad.Cap.
100u 16V Elec.Rad.Cap.
CAP01-0005
CAP04-0003
CAP04-0005
22U 25V
22u 25V Elec.Rad.Cap.
CAP04-0006
220U 25V 220u 25V Elec.Rad.Cap.
10U 16V
10u 16V Elec.Rad.Cap.
33U 63V
33uF/63V Elec.Rad.Cap.
1000U 6.3V 1OOOu 6.3V Elec.Rad.Cap.
1N 2.5%5MM
1nF Polyester 0.2" 2.5%
6N8 2.5%5MM 6n8 Polyester 0.2" 2.5%
10N 0.2
10n Polyester Cap 0.2"
10N 2.5%5MM 10n Polyester 0.2" 2.5%
22N 0.2
22n Polyester Cap 0.2"
47N 0.2
47n Polyester Cap 0.2"
68N 0.2
68n Polyester Cap 0.2"
68N 2.5%5MM 68nF Polyester 0.2" 2.5%
100N 0.2
100n Polyester Cap 0.2"
220N 0.2
220n Polyester Cap 0.2"
3WAY MH 0.1" 3WY LKG ML HDR
3WAY MHLR/A 0.1" LKG ML HDR R/A
3WAY WIR 0.1" WIRING PADS
4WAY MH 0.1" 4WY LKG ML HDR
14WAY IDCMD 14 WAY MINI DIP
26WAY IDCMD 26 WAY MINI DIP
DIN64ROT DIN 41612 PLUG
1/4"RPB
0.25" R/A PCB BLADE
1/4JACKSL R/A PCB JACK SLIMLINE
MWK99-0006
ALPS 9MM BRACKET
500R 1/4H 500R 1/4" HORIZONTAL
5K 1/4V
5K 1/4" VERTICAL
10KC ALPS ALPS 9MM 10KC
100KC ALP2
ALPS 9MM 100KC X 2
20KB ALPSCD 9MM 20KB X 2 C/D
100KC DALP3 9MM 100KC X 2 C/D D/C
10R
10R Res.M.Film 5% 0.25w
100R
100R Res.M.Film 5% 0.25w
1R
1R
Res.M.Film 5% 0.25w
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CAP04-0011
CAP04-0012
CAP04-0016
CAP07-0001
CAP07-0006
CAP06-0007
CAP07-0007
CAP06-0009
CAP06-0011
CAP06-0012
CAP07-0012
CAP06-0013
CAP06-0015
CON01-0049
CON01-0075
NOT FITTED
CON01-0048
CON03-0028
CON03-0026
CON01-0010
CON99-0015
CON02-0022
MWK99-0006
POT02-0010
POT02-0013
POT04-0001
POT04-0004
POT04-0006
POT04-0007
RES01-0001
RES01-0025
RES01-9999
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Item Quantity Reference
Part
40 3
R17,R240,R241
10R 1/8W
41 1
R184
33R 1/8W
42 1
R137
47R 1/8W
43 1
R16
56R 1/8W
44 4
R21,R37,R67,R71
75R 1/8W
45 1
R135
100R 1/8W
46 1
R120
180R 1/8W
47 1
R239
240R 1/8W
48 1
R6
390R 1/8W
49 3
R1,R50,R59
470R 1/8W
50 3
R173,R174,R242
1K 1/8W
51 2
R12,R13
1K2 1/8W
52 2
R4,R5
1K8 1/8W
53 2
R51,R60
2K 1/8W
54 4
R26,R141,R154,R155
2K2 1/8W
55 1
R44
3K 1/8W
56 5
R47,R48,R56,R57,R66
3K3 1/8W
57 2
R49,R58
3K48 1/8W
58 2
R25,R27
3K6 1/8W
59 1
R122
3K9 1/8W
60 13
R28,R29,R30,R53,R62,R65,
4K7 1/8W
R73,R87,R88,R113,R114,
R144,R158
61 1
R226
5K1 1/8W
62 7
R2,R3,R43,R52,R61,R74,
6K8 1/8W
R75
63 1
R31
7K5 1/8W
64 1
R11
8K2 1/8W
65 34
R10,R15,R18,R19,R20,R22,
10K 1/8W
R23,R32,R38,R39,R40,R41,
R42,R45,R46,R54,R55,R63,
R64,R68,R72,R152,R153,
R164,R185,R211,R215,R216,
R217,R218,R234,R235,R236,
R237
66 1
R121
11K 1/8W
67 6
R8,R9,R35,R36,R221,R222
12K 1/8W
68 8
R94,R98,R99,R102,R186,
18K 1/8W
R189,R229,R230
69 2
R24,R233
22K 1/8W
70 17
R7,R33,R34,R91,R92,R93,
24K 1/8W
R95,R96,R97,R100,R101,
R187,R188,R219,R220,R227,
R228
71 2
R134,R136
33K 1/8W
72 10
R115,R116,R117,R118,R123, 47K 1/8W
R147,R148,R157,R160,R161
73 29
R119,R129,R130,R131,R132, 100K 1/8W
R133,R139,R140,R142,R143,
Description
10R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
33R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
47R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
56R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
75R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
100R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
180R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
240R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
390R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
470R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
1K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
1K2 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
1K8 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
2K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
2K2 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
3K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
3K3 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
3K48 Res.M.Film 1% 0.125W
3K6 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
3K9 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
4K7 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
Part Number
RES04-0002
RES04-0013
RES04-0017
RES04-0019
RES04-0022
RES04-0025
RES04-0029
RES04-0033
RES04-0039
RES04-0041
RES04-0049
RES04-0051
RES04-0055
RES04-0056
RES04-0057
RES04-0060
RES04-0061
RES04-0120
RES04-0062
RES04-0063
RES04-0065
5K1 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
6K8 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0066
RES04-0069
7K5 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
8K2 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
10K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0070
RES04-0071
RES04-0073
11K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
12K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
18K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0074
RES04-0075
RES04-0079
22K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
24K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0081
RES04-0082
33K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
47K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0085
RES04-0089
100K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0097
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74
75
76
77
78
79
1
2
2
4
1
5
80 7
81 3
82 29
83 4
84 1
85 11
86 6
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
2
2
1
4
1
4
1
1
1
1
2
1
12
100
101
102
103
104
105
2
1
1
1
4
8
106
2
Part
Description
Part Number
R146,R149,R151,R156,R159,
R162,R163,R165,R166,R167,
R168,R208,R209,R210,R212,
R223,R231,R232,R238
R145
150K 1/8W 150K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0101
R14,R69
220K 1/8W 220K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0105
R224,R225
2M2 1/8W 2M2 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0117
R70,R76,R77,R214
680K 1/8W 680K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0118
RP1
8X100K 9PIN 8 X 100K 9-PIN SIL
RES99-0018
LED1,LED4,LED12,LED13,
GRN
STD 3MM GREEN LED
SEM01-0001
LED16
LED2,LED3,LED14,LED22,
RED
STD 3MM RED LED
SEM01-0002
LED23,LED24,LED25
LED9,LED10,LED11
YEL
STD 3MM YELLOW LED
SEM01-0012
D9,D10,D11,D12,D13,D14,
1N4148 0.4" 1N4148
SEM02-0001
D15,D16,D17,D18,D19,D20,
D21,D22,D23,D24,D25,D26,
D27,D31,D32,D33,D34,D35,
D36,D37,D38,D39,D40
D1,D2,D3,D4
6V8 0.4"
6.8V ZENER
SEM02-0007
D28
18V 0.4"
18V ZENER
SEM02-0018
TR1,TR2,TR5,TR8,TR10,
BC182
BC182/547
SEM04-0004
TR11,TR12,TR13,TR14,TR15,
TR16
TR3,TR7,TR9,TR17,TR18,
BC212
BC212/557
SEM04-0005
TR28
TR25,TR26
J111
J111 FET
SEM04-0010
TR21,TR22
J175
J175 SEM04-0011
IC14
78L05
78L05 SEM05-0012
IC2,IC3,IC9,IC18
TL072
TL072SEM06-0002
IC13
CD4001
CD4001
SEM06-0008
IC4,IC5,IC6,IC7
NE5532
NE5532P
SEM06-0009
IC8
SSM2402 SSM2402 FET SWITCH
SEM06-0037
IC11
4013
4013 SEM06-0038
IC1
SSM2017 SSM2017 MIC INPUT
SEM06-0074
IC15
BA6144
BA6144 5 LED DRIVER
SEM06-0075
IC16,IC17
SSM2142 SSM2142 BAL O/P
SEM06-0079
IC12
CD4093
CD4093 NAND SCHMITT
SEM06-0104
SWS1,SW2,SWS2,SWS3,SWS4, 2PSUJ
2 POLE SUJ
SWT01-0004
SW5,SW7,SW8,SW21,SW22,
SW23,SW24
SW25,SW36
4PSUJ
4 POLE SUJ
SWT01-0005
SW3
6PSUJ
6 POLE SUJ
SWT01-0006
SW19
2PSUJ MOMSUJ 2 POLE (MOM)
SWT01-0008
T1
(OPT) NTM1NTM1 MIC INPUT TRTMR02-0005
LK5,LK8,LK11,LK14
LINK
Wire Link
CSM01-0008
LK3,LK4,LK7,LK9,LK12,
LINK-OPT Wire Link(Optional)
NOT FITTED
LK13,LK15,LK16
R169,R171
0R 1/8W
Link
CSM01-0008
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11:10:58
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ItemQuantity Reference
Part
Description
Part Number
________________________________________________________________________________________________
1 1
C30
22U 25V
22u 25VElec.Rad.Cap.
CAP04-0006
2 1
CON1
26WAY IDC 26 WAY MINI DIP
CON03-0026
3 10
VR1,VR2,VR5,VR6,VR9,VR10, 20KB ALPS ALPS 9MM 20KB
POT04-0003
VR13,VR14,VR17,VR18
4 10
VR3,VR4,VR7,VR8,VR11,
20KB
ALPS 9MM 20KB
POT04-0003
VR12,VR15,VR16,VR19,VR20
5 1
R70
10R
10R Res.M.Film 5% 0.25w
RES01-0001
6 10
LED1,LED2,LED3,LED4,LED5, GRN
STD 3MM GREEN LED
SEM01-0001
LED6,LED7,LED8,LED9, LED10
7 5
SW3,SW7,SW11,SW15,SW19 2PSUJ
2 POLE SUJ
SWT01-0004
8 5
SW1,SW5,SW9,SW13,SW17
2PSUJR
2 POLE SUJ (REVERSED)
SWT01-0004
9 5
SW4,SW8,SW12,SW16,SW20 4PSUJ
4 POLE SUJ
SWT01-0005
10
5
SW2,SW6,SW10,SW14,SW18 4PSUJR
4 POLE SUJ (REVERSED)
SWT01-0005
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Item Quantity Reference
Part
Description
Part Number
________________________________________________________________________________________________
1 2
C2,C18
22P
22pF Ceramic Capacitor
CAP01-0001
2 10
C1,C3,C17,C19,C32,C44,
33P
33pF Ceramic Capacitor
CAP01-0002
C52,C72,C76,C82
3 32
C4,C5,C6,C7,C8,C20,C21,
100U 16V 100u 16V Elec.Rad.Cap.
CAP04-0005
C22,C23,C24,C33,C39,C42,
C45,C47,C49,C50,C53,C59,
C62,C63,C64,C67,C68,C70,
C73,C75,C77,C81,C83,C95,
C99
4 8
C25,C26,C60,C61,C84,C85,
22U 25V
22u 25V Elec.Rad.Cap.
CAP04-0006
C86,C89
5 2
C88,C91
10U 16V
10u 16V Elec.Rad.Cap.
CAP04-0011
6 1
C100
10N 0.2
10n Polyester Cap 0.2"
CAP06-0007
7 2
C58,C74
100N 0.2
100n Polyester Cap 0.2"
CAP06-0013
8 11
C27,C31,C37,C40,C43,C46,
220N 0.2
220n Polyester Cap 0.2"
CAP06-0015
C48,C51,C71,C87,C90
9 2
CON10,CON12
3WAY PIN 0.1" 3WY PINS. USE 3 OFF
CON99-0003
10 1
CON13
4WAY MHR/A0.1" 4WY R/A LKNG ML HDRCON01-0056
11 1
CON3
10WAY IDCMH 10 WAY ML HDR
CON03-0006
12 6
LK1,LK2,LK3,LK4,LK5,LK6
16WAY IDC 16 WAY VERT DIL ML HDR
CON03-0051
13 1
CON2
50WAY IDCMH 50WY R/A ML HDR
CON03-0055
14 1
CON1
DIN64ROT DIN 41612 PLUG
CON01-0010
15 4
CON4,CON5,CON8,CON9
1/4JACKSL R/A PCB JACK SLIMLINE
CON02-0022
16 2
PR5,PR7
500R 1/4V 500R 1/4" VERTICAL
POT02-0012
17 4
PR1,PR2,PR4,PR6
5K 1/4V
5K 1/4" VERTICAL
POT02-0013
18 2
VR2,VR4
10KB ALPSCD ALPS 9MM 10KB C/D
POT04-0002
19 2
VR3,VR5
20KB ALPSCD ALPS 9MM 20KB X 2 C/D POT04-0006
20 2
R171,R172
10R
10R Res.M.Film 5% 0.25w
RES01-0001
21 2
R82,R83
33R
33R Res.M.Film 5% 0.25w
RES01-0013
22 2
R126,R127
2K2
2K2 Res.M.Film 5% 0.25w
RES01-0057
23 1
R176
33R 1/8W 33R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0013
24 6
R1,R17,R30,R52,R70,R100
75R 1/8W 75R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0022
25 9
R59,R60,R90,R91,R106,
1K 1/8W
1K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w RES04-0049
R107,R120,R121,R175
26 2
R133,R148
2K2 1/8W 2K2 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0057
27 2
R140,R143
3K6 1/8W 3K6 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0062
28 18
R3,R4,R19,R20,R29,R51,
4K7 1/8W 4K7 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0065
R80,R81,R101,R102,R110,
R117,R124,R125,R163,R164,
R169,R170
29 4
R37,R42,R53,R54
9K1 1/8W 9K1 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0072
30 48
R5,R6,R7,R8,R21,R22,R23,
10K 1/8W 10K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0073
R24,R28,R41,R47,R50,R56,
R58,R63,R64,R65,R66,R67,
R69,R84,R85,R88,R89,R93,
R94,R95,R96,R97,R99,R104,
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31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
2
3
4
2
5
2
2
2
6
22
41 18
42 2
43 20
44 2
45 1
46 8
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
2
5
2
4
2
4
4
2
14
56
57
58
59
60
4
2
4
4
1
Part
R105,R108,R109,R118,R119,
R122,R123,R136,R137,R138,
R141,R151,R152,R157,R162,
R167,R216
R132,R147
12K 1/8W
R139,R142,R166
22K 1/8W
R2,R18,R217,R218
36K 1/8W
R135,R150
47K 1/8W
R25,R79,R103,R165,R168
100K 1/8W
R26,R48
220K 1/8W
R134,R149
270K 1/8W
R68,R98
2M2 1/8W
R27,R38,R44,R49,R55,R57
680K 1/8W
LED1,LED3,LED7,LED11,
GRN
LED15,LED22,LED23,LED24,
LED25,LED26,LED27,LED28,
LED29,LED34,LED35,LED36,
LED37,LED38,LED39,LED40,
LED41,LED43
LED4,LED5,LED6,LED8,
RED
LED10,LED12,LED13,LED14,
LED16,LED17,LED18,LED19,
LED20,LED21,LED30,LED31,
LED32,LED33
LED2,LED44
YEL
D1,D2,D3,D4,D9,D10,D11,
1N4148 0.4"
D12,D13,D14,D15,D56,D57,
D58,D59,D60,D61,D62,D63,
D65
D29,D30
12V 0.4"
D28
5V1 0.4"
D20,D21,D22,D23,D24,D25,
18V 0.4"
D26,D27
TR1,TR3
J111
IC15,IC19,IC20,IC21,IC23
TL072
IC1,IC10
NE5534
IC2,IC5,IC11,IC14
NE5532
IC30,IC31
BA683A
IC4,IC13,IC25,IC27
SSM2143
IC3,IC12,IC17,IC18
SSM2142
IC28,IC29
SSM2404
SW1,SW2,SW4,SW5,SW6,SW8, 2PSUJ
SW10,SW12,SW13,SW14,SW16,
SW17,SW19,SW20
SW3,SW7,SW11,SW15
4PSUJ
L1,L3
0H
LK9,LK11,LK13,LK15
LINK
LK8,LK10,LK12,LK14
LINK-OPT
R177
0R 1/8W
Description
Part Number
12K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
22K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
36K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
47K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
100K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
220K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
270K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
2M2 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
680K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
STD 3MM GREEN LED
RES04-0075
RES04-0081
RES04-0086
RES04-0089
RES04-0097
RES04-0105
RES04-0107
RES04-0117
RES04-0118
SEM01-0001
STD 3MM RED LED
SEM01-0002
STD 3MM YELLOW LED
1N4148
SEM01-0012
SEM02-0001
12V ZENER
5.1V ZENER
18V ZENER
SEM02-0003
SEM02-0014
SEM02-0018
J111 N-channel FET
TL072
NE5534
NE5532P
BA683A 12 LED METER DRV
SSM2143 -6dB BAL IPT
SSM2142 BAL OUTPUT
SSM2404 FET SWITCH
2 POLE SUJ
SEM04-0010
SEM06-0002
SEM06-0004
SEM06-0009
SEM06-0076
SEM06-0078
SEM06-0079
SEM06-0107
SWT01-0004
4 POLE SUJ
FERRITE BEAD
Wire Link
Wire Link(Optional)
Link CSM01-0008
SWT01-0005
TMR99-0002
CSM01-0008
NOT FITTED
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Item Quantity Reference
Part
Description
Part Number
________________________________________________________________________________________________
1 2
C106,C107
2U2 63V
2.2u 63V Elec.Rad.Cap.
CAP04-0003
2 5
C101,C103,C104,C110,C111
22U 25V
22u 25V Elec.Rad.Cap.
CAP04-0006
3 2
C108,C109
220U 25V 220u 25VElec.Rad.Cap.
CAP04-0010
4 2
C102,C105
47N 0.2
47n Polyester Cap 0.2"
CAP06-0011
5 2
CON14,CON15
4WAY MH 0.1" 4WY LKG ML HDR
CON01-0048
6 1
PL1
1/4"RPB
0.25" R/A PCB BLADE
CON99-0015
7 2
BRKT1,BRKT2
MWK99-0006ALPS 9MM BRACKET
MWK99-0006
8 3
R211,R212,R213
10R
10R Res.M.Film 5% 0.25w
RES01-0001
9 2
R214,R215
1R
1R
Res.M.Film 5% 0.25w
RES01-9999
10 2
R208,R210
47R 1/8W 47R Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0017
11 4
R180,R183,R194,R197
2K2 1/8W 2K2 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0057
12 6
R182,R190,R192,R196,R205,
10K 1/8W 10K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0073
R206
13 2
R207,R209
33K 1/8W 33K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0085
14 6
R181,R186,R187,R195,R201,
47K 1/8W 47K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0089
R202
15 7
R185,R188,R189,R193,R199,
100K 1/8W 100K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0097
R203,R204
16 2
R191,R200
220K 1/8W 220K Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0105
17 2
R184,R198
1M 1/8W
1M Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w RES04-0116
18 20
D31,D32,D33,D35,D36,D37,
1N4148 0.4" 1N4148
SEM02-0001
D38,D39,D40,D41,D42,D43,
D45,D46,D47,D48,D49,D50,
D51,D64
19 2
D34,D44
9V1 0.4"
9.1V ZENER
SEM02-0008
20 2
TR5,TR7
BC182
BC182/547
SEM04-0004
21 4
TR4,TR6,TR8,TR9
BC212
BC212/557
SEM04-0005
22 1
IC35
78L05
78L05 SEM05-0012
23 1
IC34
CD4001
CD4001
SEM06-0008
24 1
IC32
4013
4013 SEM06-0038
25 1
IC33
CD4093
CD4093 4x2 I/P NAND SCHMITT SEM06-0104
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Bill Of Materials
Revised:
June 16, 1994
July 21, 1994 12:52:43
Page 1
Item Quantity Reference
Part
Description
Part Number
________________________________________________________________________________________________
1
2
6
12
3
4
5
2
1
7
6
7
7
8
9
10
3
3
2
12
11 12
12 6
13 6
14 10
15 3
16 8
17 8
18 2
19 2
C1,C3,C5,C7,C9,C11
C2,C4,C6,C8,C10,C12,
C32,C33,C34,C35,C36
C29,C30
CON1
VR2,VR6,VR10,VR13,VR14,
VR17,VR18
VR4,VR8,VR12,VR15,VR16,
VR19,VR20
VR1,VR5,VR9
VR3,VR7,VR11
R69,R70
R25,R26,R27,R28,R29,
R30,R31,R32,R33,R34,
R35,R36
R2,R3,R6,R7,R10,R11,
R14,R16,R18,R19,
R22,R23
R1,R5,R9,R13,R17,R21
R4,R8,R12,R15,R20,R24
LED1,LED2,LED3,LED4,
LED5,LED6,LED7,LED8,
LED9,LED10
IC1,IC2,IC3
SW3,SW4,SW7,SW8,SW11,
SW12,SW15,SW19
SW1,SW2,SW5,SW6,SW9,
SW10,SW13,SW17
SW16,SW20
SW14,SW18
33P
C31,
33pF Ceramic Capacitor
100u 16V Elec.Rad.Cap.
CAP01-0002
CAP04-0005
22U 25V
22u 25V Elec.Rad.Cap.
26WAY IDCMD 26 WAY MINI DIP
20KB ALPS ALPS 9MM 20KB
CAP04-0006
CON03-0026
POT04-0003
20KB ALPSR 9MM 20KB(REVERSED)
POT04-0003
20KB ALPSCD 9MM 20KB X 2 C/D
20KB ALPCDR 9MM 20KB X 2 C/D
10R
10R Res.M.Film 5% 0.25w
4K3 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
POT04-0006
POT04-0006
RES01-0001
RES04-0064
4K7 Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
RES04-0065
9K1 1/8W Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
10K 1/8W Res.M.Film 2% 0.125w
GRN
STD 3MM GREEN LED
RES04-0072
RES04-0073
SEM01-0001
TL072
2PSUJ
TL072SEM06-0002
2 POLE SUJ
SWT01-0004
2PSUJR
2 POLE SUJ (REVERSED)
SWT01-0004
4PSUJ
4PSUJR
4 POLE SUJ
4 POLE SUJ (REVERSED)
SWT01-0005
SWT01-0005
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