ADN W AM Antenna Module

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1 ADN-W AM Antenna Module Instruction manual

2 For your safety Contents DE For your safety ... 1 The ADN-W AM antenna module ... 1 Package contents ... 2 EN Components required for wireless operation ... 3 ... 4 Product overview ADN-W AM ... FR Preparing the antenna module for operation ... 5 Connecting the antennas ... 5 Connecting the antenna module to the mains power supply ... 6 ES Setting up and positioning the antenna module ... 7 Connecting the ADN-W AM ante nna module to the ADN CU1 central unit ... 11 IT Switching the antenna module on/off ... 12 Configuring the wireless components ... 13 ing the antenna module ... 14 Cleaning and maintain RU Specifications ADN-W AM ... 14 NL For your safety Please make sure to read the “Safety information” supplement included separately with the ADN CU1 central unit. This supplement ZH contains important information on the safe operation of the ADN conference system as well as th e manufacturer’s declaration and war- ranty notes. JA r the overall ADN conference system A detailed instruction manual fo Manual www can be found • on the Internet at www.sennheiser.com or DA www.sennheiser.com the ADN CU1 central unit. • on the DVD-ROM supplied with The ADN-W AM antenna module FI The ADN-W AM antenna module is part of the Sennheiser ADN confer- ence system. SV When connected to the ADN CU1 ce ntral unit, the ADN-W AM antenna module controls the RF data transmission to and from the ADN-W D1 and ADN-W C1 wireless conference units. NO | 1 ADN-W AM

3 Package contents Package contents 1 ADN-W AM antenna module with 3 rod antennas (ADN-W AM or ADN-W AM-US version) 1 SDC CBL RJ45-5 system cable, length 5 m 1 thread insert (5/8" to 3/8") 1 instruction manual Intended use Intended use of the products includes using the products for professional purposes, • • having read and understood th e safety instructions and the ADN system manual, • erating conditions and limitations using the products within the op described in the ADN system manual. “Improper use” means using the products other than as described in the ADN system manual, or under operating conditions which differ from those described therein. ents of the ADN conference system All instruction manuals for compon Manual www are also available on the Internet at www.sennheiser.com. www.sennheiser.com 2 | ADN-W AM

4 Components required for wireless operation Components required for wireless operation DE Central unit Cat. No. Description Number Function ADN CU1-EU central unit, 1 505553 Controls the conference EU version (wired and wireless EN components) and ADN CU1-UK central unit, 505554 supplies power to the UK version ADN-W AM antenna ADN CU1-US central unit, 505555 module FR US version Wireless Number Function Cat. No. Description conference units ES 504748 ADN-W D1 wireless max. 150 Allows to make contri- butions to the delegate unit conference 1 - 10 Allows to manage the 504745 ADN-W C1 wireless IT conference chairperson unit (optional) ADN-W BA battery pack Supplies power to wire- 504744 depending less conference units on the number of RU ADN-W MIC 15-39 504750 wireless 504751 ADN-W MIC 36-29 Gooseneck microphones confer- to make contributions 504752 ADN-W MIC 15-50 ence units NL 504753 ADN-W MIC 36-50 Optional power supply Function Cat. No. Description Number Supplies power to the NT 12-50C-EU power supply, 1 505712 ZH ADN-W AM antenna (optional) EU version module if the power 505713 NT 12-50C-UK power supply, supply from the central UK version JA unit via the system NT 12-50C-US power supply, 505714 cable is not sufficient US version DA Additional accessories for th e ADN conference system can be found at www.sennheiser.com. FI SV NO | 3 ADN-W AM

5 Product overview ADN-W AM Product overview ADN-W AM 6 7 6 7 6 7 1 2 95 mm : : 9 8 8 : : 4 3 5 1 A 1 7 Hole for safety wire Antenna coupling ring 2 8 Cable grip Mounting holes for wall mounting 3 9 Output socket 5/8" mounting thread with 3/8" thread insert 4 Input socket > Rubber feet 5 Hollow jack socket for connection of A optional NT 12-50C power supply Type plate 6 Antennas 4 | ADN-W AM

6 Preparing the antenna module for operation Preparing the antenna module for operation DE Connecting the antennas reliable wireless operation. The Always use all 3 antennas to ensure EN 3 antennas are connected upon delivery. CAUTION FR Radio communication outside the legal requirements! When connecting antennas other th an the supplied ones, the trans- system may not meet the legal mission power of the conference ES requirements and may cause interf erence to other radio equipment.  Only connect the supplied rod antennas to the antenna module. IT 6  Connect the 3 antennas to the 3 antenna sockets. 7  Screw down the 3 antenna coupling rings as shown. The antennas are co nnected and secured. RU 7 NL ZH 6 JA DA FI SV NO | 5 ADN-W AM

7 Preparing the antenna module for operation Connecting the antenna module to the mains power supply The antenna module is powered from the ADN CU1 central unit via the SBC CBL RJ45 system cable. If the power supplied via the sy stem cable is not sufficient and if the antenna module is not listed in the central unit‘s oper- ating menu under “ ” > “ Versions Hardware System Menu ” > “ ” or “ ”: Software Version Info Version Info Software Version Info Hardware Version Info Main menu CU1 SB: 1 System menu ADN PS: 1 Versions AM 1 No Use the optional NT 12-50C power supply.  CAUTION Product damage due to an unsuitable power supply! y, this can cause damage to the If you use an unsuitable power suppl ADN-W AM antenna module. Only connect the NT 12-50C power supply to the antenna module.  2  of the NT 12-50C power supply to Connect the hollow jack plug 5 . the hollow jack socket EU UK US 5 3 2 NT 12-50C 2  as shown. Pass the cable through the cable grip 2 3 Connect the Euro 8 connector of  the mains cable to the socket of the NT 12-50C power supply. Connect the mains plug of the mains cable to a wall socket.  6 ADN-W AM |

8 Setting up and positioning the antenna module Setting up and positioning the DE antenna module CAUTION EN Danger of injury and material damage! If improperly installed or insufficiently fixed, the antenna module can fall from the wall, ceiling or stand or FR tip over and can cause inju ry or material damage.  Protect the antenna module against tipping or drop- ping by means of a safety wire which is attached to ES a separate hook. Always have the antenna mo  dule mounted by a qual- ified specialist according to local, national and inter- IT national regulations and standards. The antenna module can be: means of a ball joint (optional • mounted to a wall or ceiling by RU accessory), • mounted to a stand or • placed on a flat surface (e.g. table) NL ZH JA tenna module can be on mounting the an Further information found in the ADN system manual. DA FI SV NO | 7 ADN-W AM

9 Setting up and positioning the antenna module CAUTION Danger of intermodulation! If you set up the antenna module and the wireless conference units too termodulation can occur. close to one another, in Observe a minimum distance:  – of 1 m between the antenna module and the wireless conference units and – of 0.5 m between the wireless conference units. ADN-W AM ADN CU1 ADN CU1 ESC ... 75 > 0.5 m > 0.5 m > 0.5 m > 1 m max. 50 m . 30 m Transmission range approx The transmission range of the antenna module and the wireless con- The transmission range can vary ference units is approx. 30 m. depending on location and enviro nmental conditions such as wall thickness, wall composition etc. In some countries/regions (e.g . Canada), the use of wireless components operating in the 5.15 to 5.25 GHz frequency band stricted to indoor use. (channel 5 to 8) is re  e antenna module and the wire- Do not obstruct the antennas of th less conference units with any object. Set up the devices so that there is a “free line of sight” between the  wireless conference units and the antenna module. Place the antenna module as centrally as possible and above the  wireless conference units. module so that they are par-  Orient the 3 antennas of the antenna d at a 90° angle towards the wire- allel to each other and are directe less conference units. 90° 8 ADN-W AM |

10 Setting up and positioning the antenna module antenna modules in rooms with We recommend using several DE obstacles. rooms with a ceiling height of up is recommended for Ceiling mounting : to approx. 10 m EN Mount the antenna module to  the center of the ceiling. Orient the antennas horizontally and at a 90° angle with respect to  FR the wireless conference units. ES < 10 m IT is recommended for rooms with a ceiling height of more Wall mounting RU because the wireless conferenc than 10 m e units have an omni-direc- tional radiation pattern (approx. 30 m): Mount the antenna module to the wall at a height of max. 10 m  from the floor. NL Attach the antenna module upsi  de down so that the antennas point downwards.  Slightly turn the antennas so that they are directed at a 90° angle ZH towards the wireless conference units. JA > 10 m DA FI SV NO 9 | ADN-W AM

11 Setting up and positioning the antenna module in the transmission range: To minimize restrictions  Avoid placing the antenna module outside the conference room, behind support columns or boar dings or next to other radio equipment. modules in order to provide If necessary, use several antenna optimal antenna coverage. 10 | ADN-W AM

12 le to the ADN CU1 central unit Connecting the ADN-W AM antenna modu Connecting the ADN-W AM antenna module DE to the ADN CU1 central unit Use a system cable (supplied wi th the ADN-W AM; the maximum  8 cable length allowed is 50 m) to connect the PORT II socket or EN 9 of the ADN CU1 central unit to the input socket PORT I 4 of the antenna module. socket If the power supplied to the antenna module via the system FR cable is not sufficient (the an tenna module does not switch on), you have to power the anten na module using the NT 12-50C power supply (see page 6). ES Optionally, you can also connect the antenna module to the sockets of an ADN PS power supply. It does not matter if PORT you are using a string or ring topology. The antenna module is IT connected just like a conference un it to the cable string or cable ring. RU ADN CU1 ADN-W AM NL IN –– AUDIO –– OUT PORT II PORT I 100-240V~ 50/60Hz 240W 2x 52.8V 1.75A 3 ZH 4 9 8 PORT II PORT I JA DA To optionally combine the antenna module with wired conference units, connect the antenna module ju st like a wired conference unit: FI 3 of the Use a system cable to connect the output socket  antenna module to the IN socket of an ADN D1 or ADN C1 wired conference unit. SV Or:  Use a system cable to connect the OUT socket of an ADN D1 or 4 ADN C1 wired conference unit to of the the input socket NO antenna module. | 11 ADN-W AM

13 Switching the antenna module on/off ADN CU1 ADN PS ADN PS PORT I/PORT II PORT I/PORT II PORT I/PORT II 1 2 1 2 1 2 OUT 20 ... IN IN IN 20 20 ... ... OUT OUT Switching the antenna module on/off the ADN CU1 central unit and The antenna module is connected to automatically switches on when th e central unit is switched on. To switch the antenna module on : 1 ”.  Set the on/off switch of the ADN CU1 central unit to position “ I The central unit switches on and its display panel lights up. The le is also switched on. connected ADN-W AM antenna modu ADN-W AM ADN CU1 ADN CU1 ESC ON ON 1 off : To switch the antenna module 4 of the Disconnect the system cable from the input socket  antenna module. Or: 1 0  Set the on/off switch of the ADN CU1 central unit to position “ ”. ff. The wireless conference units The antenna module is switched o try to reconnect to the antenna module and auto matically switch off after 5 minutes if no switched-on antenna module can be found. 12 ADN-W AM |

14 Configuring the wireless components Configuring the wireless components DE CAUTION Risk of violation of legal requirements! EN and transmission po If you are using radio frequencies wers that cannot be used license-free in your country, there is a risk of violation of legal requirements. FR Use only radio frequencies and  transmission powe rs that are approved and legal in your country. In the menu bar of the central unit‘s operating menu, click “ Wireless  Country ” > “ ” and select the correct country/region in which Menu ES used (see the ADN system manual). the conference system is to be to configure the wireless compo- For wireless conferencing, you have IT nents in order to adapt the radio settings to the legal requirements of ements of your conference. your country and to the requir ts, you can either use the central For configuring the wireless componen RU “Conference Manager” software. unit’s operating menu or the a wireless conference system can However, the full functionality of only be configured using the soft ware in “Live” operating mode. NL In some countries/re gions (e.g. Canada), the use of wireless 15 to 5.25 GHz frequency band components operating in the 5. (channel 5 to 8) is restricted to indoor use. ZH Adjusting the radio settings 1. Select the country/region in which the conference system is to be JA ”). Wireless Menu ” > “ Country used (“ The conference system only us es the radio settings that are approved and legal in the selected country/region. Wireless Menu ” > 2. Select dynamic frequency management (“ DA ” > “ ”). Channel Selection Automatic “ tically. The conference system All radio settings are made automa automatically detects occupied frequencies and switches to an FI unused frequency band in case of interference. 3. Select the access mode for the wireless conference units: ” > Access mode ” > “ Wireless Menu – Open access mode (“ SV “ Open ”) All ADN-W D1 wireless conference units that are ready for operation automatically connect to the antenna module and can be used instantly. This access mode should be used if only NO is in use and if the default one wireless conference system eavesdropping protection is sufficient. | 13 ADN-W AM

15 Cleaning and maintaining the antenna module ” > “ ” > Access Mode Wireless Menu (“ – Closed access mode Closed “ ”) y wireless conference units whose serial numbers are listed in Onl a participant list can be used in the wireless conference. If several wireless conferences are held si multaneously, the closed access conference units connect to the mode ensures that the wireless correct conference system. This access mode increases the pro- tection against eavesdropping because only selected and enabled wireless conference units can be used. Further information on how to configure the wireless confer- ence components can be foun d in the ADN system manual. Cleaning and maintaining the antenna module  Only use a dry and soft cloth to clean the product. Specifications ADN-W AM RF frequency range 2.4 GHz; 5.1 to 5.9 GHz RF output power 25 to 100 mW (depending on the selected country/region) 12 to 15 V Power supply PORT bus 52.8 V alternatively via ADN Power co nsumption 6 W Antennas 3 rod antennas with R-SMA connection Transmission range typ. 30 m 5/8" and 3/8" thread insert Mounting thread operation: +5°C to +45°C Temperature range storage: -25°C to +70°C operation: 20 to 95% Relative humidity storage: 10 to 90% Dimensions (W x H x D) approx. 226 x 181 x 58 mm Weight approx. 1,660 g N-W AM 14 | AD

16 Specifications ADN-W AM In compliance with DE EN 301489-1/-17 Europe EMC Radio EN 300328 EN 301893 EN 300440-1/-2 EN EN 60065 Safety Approved by FR 47 CFR Part 15 USA FCC ID: DMOADNWAM ES CAN ICES-3(B)/NMB-3(B) Canada Industry Canada RSS 210 IC: 2099A-ADNWAM IT Japanese Radio Law an d Japanese Telecommu- Japan nications Business Law Compliance 202-SMA057 This device is granted pursuant to the D 12-0044 202 RU ) and the Japanese Japanese Radio Law ( Telecommunications Business Law ( ). This device should not be modified (oth- erwise the granted designation number will NL become invalid) Brazil 3935-15-7356 ZH CE Declaration of Conformity RoHS Directive (2011/65/EU) JA R adio Eq ) U /E uipment Directive ( 2014 /5 3 The declaration is available at www.sennheiser.com /download . to oper ation, Before putting the product in DA please ob serve the respective c ountry-specific regulations. Italy: For private use, a general authorization FI for the frequency band 5150 - 5725 MHz is required if our wireless system is used outside own premises. For public use, a general authorization is SV required. NO ADN-W AM | 15

17 Specifications ADN-W AM Statements regarding the FCC and Industry Canada rules This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules and RSS-210 of Industry Canada. Operation is subject to the fo llowing two conditions: (1) this device ) this device must accept any inter- may not cause harmful interference, and (2 that may cause undesired operation. ference received, including interference 5150-5250 MHz is only for indoor use to The device for operation in the band reduce the potential for harmful interference to co-channel mobile satellite systems. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection agains t harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment genera tes, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruc- tions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installa- tion. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television turning the equipment off and on, the reception, which can be determined by user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the fol- lowing measures: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to • which the receiver is connected. • Consult the dealer or an experien ced radio/ TV technician for help. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Sennheiser electronic Corp. could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. lies with the Canadian ICES-003. This Class B digital apparatus comp N-W AM 16 | AD

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