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Инструкция по эксплуатации B&K, модель CT310

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CTRL OUT - The 12VDC 200mA outputs are used to control external amplifiers, relays, screens or devices that activate when a voltage is detected. The default action is that the voltage is ON when the Zone is ON, OFF when the zone is off. This is controlled by going into the Advanced FULL Setup Tab 9 in BKcSuite. The 12VDC controls can be modified to the following choices: Zone On -The 12V Control Out is on if the corresponding Zone is on (This is Default). Zone Active - The 12V Control Out will turn on only if the Zone is on AND the CT Receiver can detect an audio or video signal on the selected input for that hardware zone. Zone Off -The 12V Control Out will turn on only if the corresponding hardware Zone is off. Selected Input - The 12V Control Out is on only if this input is selected (switched to) by the user. Note that when this option is selected the input check boxes, in BKcSuite, are active (no longer grayed out). Check the inputs that you want to turn on the Zone Control Out. Headphone -Only Zone A of a CT610 or CT310 allows you to set the Control Out to be triggered by headphone mode. Setting the Zone A Control Out to enables you to connect a separate Zone A power amp and still have it turn off automatically when the user selects headphone mode from a keypad or remote controlling Zone A. Note: Not all CT Receivers offer headphone jack. BK& SIMPLY BETTER! 12V Power Supply Adding Additional Keypads in the Same Zone. When rooms are interconnected or are open to each other (for example: interconnecting family room, kitchen, and dining areas are common in many homes) you may opt to expand a zone to include several rooms. Many keypads can be connected in a daisy chain from the master keypad in that zone. The master is the keypad which is home run back to the CT Receiver. To daisy chain keypads, simply connect a CAT5 cable terminated into RJ-45 between the two keypads. All the chained keypads need be programmed separately . Daisy-chained keypads can be programmed for independent zone control using the appropriate code-set. The home run (master) keypad is connected using the MASTER [IN] on the keypad back panel. From the Master Keypad's SLAVE[OUT] connect to the second keypad's MASTER [IN]. You can continue the daisy- chain to as many as four keypads per zone control terminal. When programming daisy chained keypads, each keypad must be programmed separately. Always program chained keypads in series order starting with the Master keypad, then the first slave, etc. MasterSlave POWER SUPPLY IS CURRENT LIMITED TO 1 AMP PER EVERY THREE ZONES The six zone receiver has two zone/controller cards, each is identical to the single controller card in a three zone receiver. Each card has its own independent 1 amp power supply with built in current limiting protection. You cannot draw more than 1 amp from each of the cards (a card is the vertical strip of zone and common control connections). The control outputs are current limited to 200mA. CT310/300 has one power supply card for keypads, IR sensors and 12VDC control outs. Anything connected to the +12V zone keypad output, a zone control out or a common control out must have its power consumption noted and added up. The total must not draw more than 1 amp for a CT310/300. LEFT CONTROL CARD Fam Rm Keypad 75ma Fam Rm Sensor 50ma Fam Rm Screen Relay 200ma Kitchen Keypad 75ma Bedroom Keypad 75ma Bedroom TV Lift 200ma Total 675 ma RIGHT CONTROL CARD Liv Rm Keypad 75 ma Patio Keypad 75 ma Den Keypad 75 ma Den Sensor 50 ma Total 275 ma BK& SIMPLY BETTER! Shared Source Connections Example Shared Source Connection to a CT Receiver Any source that is desired to be shared throughout the system should be connected to one of the 9 A/V Source Inputs. Up to nine sources can be "shared" throughout any zone in the entire system. Internal tuners in the CT receiver products do not utilize an input. Each of the nine shared sources should be connected as follows: CT Receiver Connection Plug the analog audio L&R composite video, and the IR emitter into the back panel. Mount the IR Emitter on the front panel, in front of the IR receptacle of the source. Source Use the analog audio and composite video from the source. The CT receiver(s) does not process any digital signals. Composite video and analog audio can be distributed throughout the system. BK& SIMPLY BETTER! IR Emitter Outputs IR Flasher Emitter Output Each of the nine shared sources can be controlled from any zone in the system using the CT Receiver built in IR routing circuitry. When the IR Flasher outputs are set to “selected input,” (Default) IR is routed from the keypads in each zone to the corresponding source according to the input selected for that zone. This way multiple identical sources can be controlled without changing the source's IR code. For the system to operate properly, an IR emitter connected to the IR output must correspond to the source input, i.e. IN 6 with IR 6. The IR outputs are compatible with any standard 1/...

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