Remote Microphone Interface Module
The SX-200RM is a dedicated remote microphone module for the SX-2000 Series audio input unit and can be used to connect two remote microphones. Input sensitivity can be adjusted using the knobs located near the RJ45 connector.
|Audio Input||2 inputs, 0 dB*, RJ45 connector|
|Audio Input Characteristic|| Sampling frequency: 48 kHz
AD converter: 24 bits
|Power Feed||Max. 1 A per connector|
|Level Control||Audio input (0 to +12 dB)|
|Finish||Panel: Pre-coated steel plate, black, 30 % gloss|
|Dimensions||35 (W) × 119.5 (H) × 178.4 (D) mm|
The RM-200SF is a Fireman's Microphone of the matrix system. It is equipped with an Emergency key, permitting it to be used as a remote microphone for emergency broadcast. Zone selection and microphone announcement can be made at the time of emergency broadcast. It offers a surveillance function to detect failures including microphone element failure. The RM-200SF has three function keys that can be set as individual or group selection keys, and each key is linked with the corresponding two indicators. Connecting the optional RM-210 Extension units to the RM-200SF expands the number of function keys and indicators in blocks of ten.
The SX-2100AI is an audio input of the matrix system and can be mounted in an EIA equipment rack (2U size). Multiple units can be decentralized in a whole system. It features modular construction that allows it to handle from two to eight inputs per unit. Audio signals are transmitted digitally to the audio output unit, but an analog audio output function (1 channel) enables simultaneous all-zone calls for use in emergency situations. Audio input levels are indicated on the level meters provided for each input channel. Volumes can be adjusted for each channel using the volume controls on the front panel or the SX-2000 software. The volume controls can be locked. Any input channel can be monitored using the internal speaker. It is also equipped with 16 control inputs, and 16 control outputs. It is equipped with two power inputs, allowing for a redundant power system.