Ecler essentials eMCONTROL1 Operation & User’s Manual

Operation & User’s Manual for Ecler essentials eMCONTROL1 Control Panel (17 pages)

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  • Manufacturer: Ecler essentials
  • Category of Device: Control Panel
  • Document: eMCONTROL1, File Type: PDF Operation & User’s Manual
  • Updated: 14-12-2023
  • Count of Pages: 17
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  • Page 1:

    eMCONTROL1

    REMOTE CONTROLS AND INTERFACES

    Digital wall control

    USER MANUAL

  • Page 2:

    2

    CONTENTS

    1. IMPORTANT WARNING ................................................................................. 3

    2. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .............................................................. 4

    3. IMPORTANT NOTE ......................................................................................... 5

    4. INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................. 5

    5. INSTALLATION ............................................................................................... 6

    6. OPERATING THE UNIT .................................................................................... 8

    6.1 Controls ........................................................................................................... 8

    6.2 Equalization screen ......................................................................................... 9

    6.3 Information messages .................................................................................. 10

    7. NOTES ......................................................................................................... 12

    8. FRONT PANEL .............................................................................................. 13

    9. BACK PANEL ................................................................................................ 13

    10. BLOCK DIAGRAM ......................................................................................... 14

    11. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................ 14

    12. MOUNTING DRAWINGS ............................................................................... 15

    13. PACKAGE CONTENTS ................................................................................... 16

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    3

    1. IMPORTANT WARNING

    The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral

    triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated

    “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of

    sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

    The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to

    alert the user to the presence of important operating and

    maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying

    the appliance.

    WARNING: to prevent electric shock or fire hazard, do not expose this equipment to

    rain or moisture.

    WARNING: apparatus with Class I construction must be connected to a mains

    socket outlet with a protective earthing connection.

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    2. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

    1. Read these instructions.

    2. Keep these instructions.

    3. Heed all warnings.

    4. Follow all instructions.

    5. Do not use this apparatus near water.

    6. Clean only with dry cloth.

    7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the

    manufacturer’s instructions.

    8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, stoves or other

    apparatus that produce heat, including amplifiers.

    9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A

    polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding

    type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or

    the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not

    fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete

    outlet.

    10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at

    plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the

    apparatus.

    11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.

    12. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long

    periods of time.

    13. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when

    the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power supply cord or

    plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the

    apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not

    operate normally, or has been dropped.

    14. Mains disconnection: turning off the POWER switch stops all the device

    functions and indicators from operating, but complete disconnection is

    achieved by disconnecting the mains power cable from its connector. For

    this reason, it shall remain readily operable.

    15. The unit is connected to a protective earthing plug via the power cord.

    16. Part of the product labelling is located at the base of the product.

    17. This apparatus should not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no

    objects filled with liquids, such as vases, should be placed on the apparatus.

    WARNING: this product must not be disposed of as unsorted household

    waste under any circumstances. Go to the nearest electrical and electronic

    waste recycling facility.

    NEEC AUDIO BARCELONA, S.L declines any responsibility for damages caused to

    people, animals or objects due to non-compliance with the above warnings.

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    3. IMPORTANT NOTE

    Thank you for choosing our eMCONTROL1 digital wall control. It is VERY

    IMPORTANT to carefully read this manual and to fully understand its contents

    before any connection to maximize your use and get the best performance.

    To guarantee the optimum operation of this device, we strongly recommend that it

    be maintained by our Authorized Technical Services.

    4. INTRODUCTION

    eMCONTROL1 is a digital wall control, compatible with eMIMO1616, configurable

    through the web application embedded in the eMIMO1616. It allows you to

    configure source selection, volume control and equalization for a given zone,

    including all or some of the functions.

    It can be combined with a WPa series wall panel, connecting both with a single

    CAT5 cable or better to the eMIMO1616, transmitting the mono and balanced

    audio signal (line level) along with the necessary control data and DC power

    supply.

    The main features of the eMCONTROL1 digital control are:

    Digital control panel compatible with eMIMO1616

    Volume adjustment, source selection and EQ (programmable)

    Compatible with WPa series panels with audio connector, for sending audio

    and control signals over a single CAT5 cable or better

    Styling designed in collaboration with Italdesign Giugiaro

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    5. INSTALLATION

    To install an eMCONTROL1 unit, follow these steps:

    Installation of a single unit recessed or surface mounted:

    1. Remove the front panel cover held by magnets. You can use the magnet

    provided as a tool to make contact in the upper right-hand corner of the

    cover and gently pull on it.

    2. Connect the RJ-45 connector of the CAT5 cable or better to one of the

    REMOTE inputs of the eMIMO1616. If necessary (see note below),

    connect an external power supply.

    3. Screw the device to the surface mount box or flush mount box.

    4. Put the front panel back in place and secure the rotary encoder knob.

    Installation of an eMCONTROL1 unit next to a WPaMIX-T wall panel, recessed or

    surface mounted:

    Note: a WPa2FMBOX double installation box is required to flush mount the two

    devices side by side. Otherwise, for surface mounting, a WPa2SMBOX dual box is

    required. Both WPa2FMBOX and WPa2SMBOX are sold separately.

    1. Remove the front panel covers held by magnets on both devices

    (eMCONTROL1 and WPaMIX-T). You can use the magnet provided as a

    tool to make contact in the upper right-hand corner of the cover and

    gently pull on it.

    2. Mount both devices in the WPa2SMBOX or WPa2FMBOX frame.

    WPaMIX-T is mounted ON the frame, while eMCONTROL1 is mounted

    BEHIND the frame.

    3. Connect the RJ-45 connector of the CAT5 cable or better to one of the

    REMOTE inputs of the eMIMO1616. If necessary (see note below),

    connect an external power supply.

    4. Interconnect both devices (eMCONTROL1 and WPaMIX-T) with the

    supplied cable. See Figure 1.

    5. Screw the device to the surface mount box or flush mount box.

    6. Put the front panels back in place and secure the rotary encoder knob.

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    1

    3

    5

    4

    1

    Figure 1: eMCONTROL1 + WPaMIX-T connection diagram

    Note: the maximum lengths for CAT5 cable or better connecting an eMCONTROL1

    to an eMIMO1616 unit depend on the AWG category of the cable used. Examples:

    AWG24 Cable

    AWG23 Cable

    AWG22 Cable

    eMCONTROL1

    Max. length

    270 meters

    Max. length

    340 meters

    Max. length

    425 meters

    eMCONTROL1 +

    WPaMIX-T

    Max. length

    85 meters

    Max. length

    105 meters

    Max. length

    130 meters

    If the cable is too long, eMCONTROL1 may work properly but noise will be

    superimposed on the signal entering the WPaMIX-T. The solution to this possible

    problem is to supply the eMCONTROL1 digital control with an external 24VDC

    power supply. The digital data exchange between the eMIMO1616 unit and the

    eMCONTROL1 unit, using external power supply and good quality CAT5E cable,

    has been successfully tested with a wiring distance of 600 meters.

    eMCONTROL1

    1. Bal Audio Input: + Terminal

    3. Bal Audio Input: − Terminal

    4. Power Supply Input: − Terminal

    5. Power Supply Input: + Terminal

    1.

    3.

    4.

    5.

    WPaMIX-T

    Euroblock

    connector

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    6. OPERATING THE UNIT

    6.1 Controls

    eMCONTROL1 has 2 controls on its front panel:

    Rotating Encoder

    Selection key

    Figure 2: Front panel controls

    The main screen displays the label or name of the controlled zone, the source

    selection in that zone, and its volume control.

    Figure 3: main screen

    Zone name

    Selected source

    Zone volume

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    Using the selection key (short press), you can navigate between the source

    selection and the volume control. The editable option is displayed on a white

    background. On the other hand, the VOL or SEL indicator will be framed and

    blinking when this option is selected.

    Volume control (VOL): turn the rotary encoder to change the volume of the

    zone indicated on the control. Changes are applied in real time.

    MUTE: press and hold the encoder for 2 seconds to enable/disable the

    MUTE function in this zone.

    Source selection (SEL): turn the encoder to scroll through the different

    available sources*. No changes are made during scrolling. The name

    corresponding to each source will start flashing. Press the encoder to select

    the desired source and apply the change. After a few seconds without

    selecting a source, the previous state is restored without any change being

    applied.

    * The eMIMO1616 application determines available sources (see the eMIMO1616

    web application manual for more information).

    6.2 Equalization screen

    The equalization screen is accessed by holding down the select key for 2 seconds.

    Once on this screen, press the selection key (short press) to navigate between the

    different tone controls, and adjust them as desired using the rotary encoder.

    Figure 4: equalization screen

    You can return to the main screen by pressing the selection key for 2 seconds.

    After a few seconds without activity in this screen, the main screen returns

    automatically.

    Treble Control

    Middle Control

    Bass Control

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    10

    6.3 Information messages

    INFORMATION: press and hold the 2 control keys for a few seconds to

    access the information screen. It shows the name or label of eMCONTROL1

    (it can be different from the name or label of the main screen area – it is

    programmed using the eMIMO1616 web application) and the firmware

    version*.

    Figure 5: information screen

    * The firmware version is automatically updated when connecting to an

    eMIMO1616, ensuring you have the latest compatible version. Therefore,

    eMCONTROL1 does not require manual firmware updates. See chapter 7 for more

    information.

    DISABLED: displayed when the device is disabled (Unit global enable -

    eMIMO1616 web application).

    Figure 6: Disabled screen

    OFFLINE: displayed when the device is not connected to an eMIMO1616

    unit, or there is a problem with the connection.

    Figure 7: Offline screen

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    DISABLED CONTROL: displayed when trying to use a control (volume,

    source selection or equalization) that is disabled for that eMCONTROL1

    panel.

    Figure 8: Disabled Control screen

    PANEL LOCKED: displayed when the temporary lock is activated for the

    user. To activate/deactivate this lock, press and hold selection key and

    rotary encoder for approx. 5 seconds. After 2 seconds the information

    screen will be displayed, but keep the controls pressed until the block

    message is displayed on the screen. The unlocking is done with the same

    sequence of keys. This "hidden" function is useful to temporarily protect the

    system from manipulation by unauthorized users (e.g. during an event

    when you want to prevent the attendees from making changes to the sound

    content or its volume).

    Figure 9: screen with user lock

    Figure 10: user unlock message

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    PANIC ACTIVE: displayed when the PANIC button (the 16 muted audio

    outputs) is active (accessible from the eMIMO1616 web application).

    Figure 11: Panic Active screen (PANIC button activated)

    7. NOTES

    When connecting an eMCONTROL1 unit to an eMIMO1616 matrix, the

    eMCONTROL1 unit will check whether its firmware needs to be updated,

    and if so, automatically performs update, without external manual

    intervention. This process takes a few seconds to be carried out, while the

    message "UPGRADING FIRMWARE" will be displayed.

    When connecting an eMPAGE paging station to the PAGER port of a running

    (powered on) eMIMO1616 unit, it is normal to have to restart all other

    connected paging stations and eMCONTROL1 controllers, a process that

    takes a few seconds to complete, and after which all eMPAGE stations and

    eMCONTROL1 controllers become fully functional.

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    13

    8. FRONT PANEL

    9. BACK PANEL

    1. Front panel faceplate

    2. LCD screen

    3. Selection button

    4. Rotary encoder

    1. External power supply

    connector 24VDC

    2. Connector for WPaMIX-T

    interconnection

    3. RJ-45 connector

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    14

    10. BLOCK DIAGRAM

    11. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

    Digital characteristics

    Control keys

    Encoder, SELECTION key

    Indicators

    LCD display – 128x128 pixels

    Communication standard

    RS485

    Supply characteristics

    Nominal power supply

    From RJ45 remote input: 12VDC

    From External Input: 24VDC

    Minimum external power

    supply

    From RJ45 remote input without WPaMIX-T: 9.5V

    From RJ45 remote input with WPaMIX-T: 11V

    From External Input: 18VDC

    Maximum power

    consumption

    From RJ45 remote input without WPaMIX-T: 60mA

    From RJ45 remote input with WPaMIX-T: 80mA

    From External Input: 25mA @ 24VDC

    Miscellaneous

    Connector

    RJ45 remote port

    Dimensions (W x H x D)

    86 x 86 x 45mm

    Weight

    150g

    Included accessories

    Cable to interconnect with WPaMIX-T

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    15

    12. MOUNTING DRAWINGS

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    16

    13. PACKAGE CONTENTS

    eMCONTROL1

    Frame for mounting a mechanism in a system

    Screws for fixing to surface or flush mounting box

    Magnet for cover removal

    Surface mounting box

    Cable for direct connection to WPaMIX-T

    Quick User Guide

    Warranty card

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    All product characteristics are subject to variation due to production tolerances.

    NEEC AUDIO BARCELONA S.L. reserves the right to make design or manufacturing changes that may

    affect these product specifications.

    Motors, 166‐168 08038 Barcelona ‐ Spain ‐ (+34) 932238403 [email protected] www.ecler.com

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