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EAIZ76
CeNET iPod® INTERFACE
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Contents
1. INTRODUCTION
2. CAUTION
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3. CONNECTION
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4. INSTALLATION
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Using Velcro or Double-Sided Tape
Using Screws
5. iPod CONNECTION
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Start-up
Disconnecting
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6. MAIN FEATURES
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Playback
Playlist
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7. COMPATIBLE iPod MODELS
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8. CHANGING SOURCES FROM iPod MODE
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9. ERROR CODES
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10. SPECIFICATIONS
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11. IDENTIFICATION OF PARTS
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iPod is for legal or rightholder-authorized copying only. Don't steal music.
iPod is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countriEfs.
The Clarion EA1276, CeNET iPod interface adapter,
simulates the iPod features and functionality to a
compatible main unit. The main unit will be able to
display Playlists, Artists, Albums, Songs, Genres,
or Composers during playback.
For a list of compatible main unit with the EA1276,
please contact your local Clarion dealer or www.
clarion.com.
Please check your iPod Owner's Manual for the
operating temperatures, as leaving iPod in your
vehicle may cause damage due to temperature
variations and moisture.
Please use the latest available iPod firmware
version prior to connecting to the EA1276. For a list
of compatible iPod models, please refer to section
7 of this manual. Older versions of firmware may
not be compatible with the EA1276, resulting in
poor or non-operation.
For iPod operation, please refer to your iPod
Owner's Manual.
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Please consult your nearest Clarion dealer before attempting to connect EA1276 to your main unit and
iPod. Improper connection might damage your main unit, EA1276 , iPod, or your vehicle wiring.
Please make sure the Yellow wire (Bus power lead) is connected on the CeNET compatible Main Unit
(This wire usually has a 3 Amp Fuse inserted) connects to battery. If this wire is not connected, the iPod
interface will not function.
Please refer to the wiring instructions for your CeNET Main Unit or contact your Clarion Dealer.
Note:
The C-Bus conversion adaptor (RCB-138) is not compatible with current system.
Connect the iPod to the CeNET compatible Main Unit.
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There are no moving parts in EA1276. However,
caution must be taken to ensure minimum damage
to the unit. Do not press, puncture or drop the
unit at anytime. Install the unit where there is no
direct sunlight, away from vents or high moisture
areas and away from other vehicle electronic
components. Mount EA1276 away from moving
parts in the vehicle.
Using Velcro or Double-Sided Tape
Stick velcro or Doble-sided tape to the EA1276.
Note:
In case of using velcro or double-sided tape, make
sure the unit will not fall down as this might damage
the electronic component inside.
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Velcro or 2-sided tapes
Using Screws
There are screw mounting holes in EA1276. Before
drilling, make sure there are no hidden wires and
parts that might be damaged.
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Improper wiring might damage EA1276, main
unit and iPod.
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After connecting your iPod to the EA1276, the iPod
display will change to the following:
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To start iPod operations, change the main
unit mode to iPod mode. Playback will start
automatically from the last position of the iPod.
The display changes from:
CONNECT --7 Start Playing
It will display current track and total tracks available
in the current category.
If the iPod is not connected, the main unit will
display "No iPod".
The main unit is unable to detect the presence of
iPod if the battery of the iPod is dead.
Disconnecting
The iPod automatically switches "on" after
connecting to EA1276, and its battery is charged
as long as it stays connected with the vehicle
ignition key turned to ACC or ON.
If vehicle ignition is turned to ACC off, playback
is paused, and iPod will go to power off within a
few minutes.
To switch off the iPod manually, disconnect from
EA1276 adaptor.
Playback
While the iPod is connected, the main unit will
display current track number and total tracks in
current category by default.
The iPod buttons are disabled and the display
is locked while it is connected to EA1276. All
operations of the iPod are controlled from the
main unit. Some iPod operations and features
will be unavailable. Please read this manual to
understand your supported iPod features.
Playback position and setting
For playback operations, please refer to the main
unit operations.
Playback position and setting will remain the same
as long as the iPod stays connected to EA1276.
Default playback setting
By default, the playback setting will be:
• Start to play from the last position of track before
iPod is being connected.
• Shuffle (Random) On/Off will follow iPod setting
• All Repeat On
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If the iPod is disconnected, playback position will
remain the same position before disconnection.
Supported Operation
• ALBUMS
Here are the operations supported by EA1276 and
controlled through the main unit.
• SONGS
• iPod Menu mode
• COMPOSER
• Category Direct
Each category will have its own submenu. Please
refer to iPod owner's manual for each category
description and structure.
• Play/Pause
• Song (Track) Up/Down
• GENRES
• Fast Forward or Fast Backward functions
Category Direct
• All Song Play mode
Categories can be selected directly with the
corresponding button during iPod Menu mode as
shown in the table below.
• Repeat function
• Random function
• Playback position and setting
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iPod Menu mode
iPod Menu mode is a selection of categories in
iPod, which can be entered during iPod mode.
During iPod Menu display, if there is no operation
within 10 seconds, it will cancel automatically.
During iPod Menu display, there are 6 categories
to select from:
CATEGORY
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PLAY LIST
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ARTIST
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ALBUM
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SONG
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GENRE
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COMPOSER
• PLAYLISTS
• ARTISTS
Random and Repeat function overview
RANDOM
REPEAT
Random Album playback selection within
a category
Album Random for all songs
All Random
Random playback within a category
Random all songs
Repeat
Repeat a song
Repeat a song
All repeat
Repeat a category
Repeat all songs
Random
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- "Random" corresponds to the iPod operation of selecting "Settings"
menu of the iPod.
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- "All Random" corresponds to the iPod operation of selecting "Settings"
menu of the iPod.
"Shuffle (Albums)" from the
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"Shuffle (Songs)" from the
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Playlist
When iPod is connected to EA1276 and main unit,
main unit will search for available playlist.
The EA 1276 simulates the iPod features and
functionality to a compatible main unit.
Therefore, it can support all the playlists in the iPod.
Note:
Please refer Acceptable playlist for more information.
Changing playlist
Playback will start from the first song of the
selected playlist when next/previous playlist
function is performed.
How to create playlist
A playlist must be created in iPod prior to
connection to the main unit. The main unit cannot
be used to create a playlist. Please consult iPod
Users Manual for playlist creation.
Smart playlist
EA1276 might not play updated songs of "Smart
Playlist" properly after connection. It only plays the
list set during connection.
Acceptable play list
EA1276 can support all playlists that are previously
loaded into iPod before connection. However, "Onthe-go" playlist which is created by the iPod itself
will not be supported.
iPod
iPod
iPod
iPod
iPod
4th Generation (Software Version 3.1 or higher).
mini (Software Version 1.4 or higher).
photo (Software Version 1.2 or higher, it does not apply to picture display).
nano (Software Version 1.0 or higher, it does not apply to picture display).
with video (It does not apply to picture/video display)
Note:
Please update your iPod to the latest software version.
If the main unit source button is continuously
pressed, the main unit will change from iPod mode
to other modes (depending on connections and
system installed). iPod playback is temporarily
paused.
iPod setting and play position is kept as long as
iPod is still connected during this period.
Change mode of main unit to others and change back
to iPod or disconnect/reconnect iPod.
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General
Power Supply Voltage: 14 V DC, negative ground
Current Consumption: Less than 1 A
Weight: 0.5 kg
Dimensions (Figure 1):
100 mm (Width) x 30 mm (Height) x 110 mm (Depth)
110mm
100mm
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EA1276
Owner's manual
CeNET cable (2.5 m)
iPod Connection Cable (2 m)
Parts bag
• Velcro Hook
• Velcro Loop
• Special Screw (M4)
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