Toa IR-200M Operating Instructions Manual

Operating Instructions Manual for Toa IR-200M Microphone (16 pages)

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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
INFRARED WIRELESS MICROPHONES
IR-200M
IR-300M

IR-200M
IR-300M

Thank you for purchasing TOA's Infrared Wireless Microphone. 
Please carefully follow the instructions in this manual to ensure long, trouble-free use of your equipment.





2
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ................................................................................. 3
2. GENERAL DESCRIPTION .............................................................................. 4
3. FEATURES ........................................................................................................... 4
4. HANDLING PRECAUTIONS ........................................................................... 4
5. NOMENCLATURE AND FUNCTIONS
5.1. IR-200M  ............................................................................................................. 5
5.2. IR-300M  ............................................................................................................. 6
6. BATTERY INSERTION ...................................................................................... 7
7. WHEN OPERATING ON RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES
7.1. How to Charge  ................................................................................................... 8
7.2. Charging Timing ................................................................................................. 8
8. WHEN USING DRY CELL BATTERIES ...................................................... 9
9. OPERATION ......................................................................................................... 9
10. INFRARED WIRELESS MICROPHONE USAGE TIPS
10.1. When Holding the Microphone or Suspending It From the Neck  ................... 10
10.2. Microphone-to-Mouth Distance  ...................................................................... 10
11. CHANNEL SETTINGS .................................................................................... 11
12. ABOUT THE POWER SELECTOR SWITCH ........................................... 12
13. ABOUT THE MICROPHONE LEVEL CONTROL (IR-300M ONLY) ...... 12
14. DIMENSIONAL DIAGRAMS
14.1. IR-200M  ......................................................................................................... 13
14.2. IR-300M  ......................................................................................................... 13
15. TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................... 14
16. SPECIFICATIONS
16.1. IR-200M  ......................................................................................................... 15
16.2. IR-300M  ......................................................................................................... 16





3
When the Unit is in Use 
• Use TOA's IR-200BC Battery Charger when
recharging.
The infrared wireless microphone can be powered
by optionally available nickel metal hydride (NiMH)
batteries. The use of any other than the specified
charger could result in fire, personal injury or
environmental contamination due to battery rupture
or leakage. 
• Stop charging if the batteries are not fully charged
within 3 hours. Failure to do so may cause the
batteries to fire, explode, leak, or heat.
• To prevent the electromagnetic wave from badly
influencing medical equipment, make sure to
switch off the unit's power when placing it in close
proximity to the medical equipment.
When the Unit is in Use 
• When the unit is not in use for 14 days or more, be
sure to take the batteries out of the unit because
battery leakage may cause a fire, personal injury,
or environmental contamination.
• Make sure to observe the following handling
precautions so that a fire or personal injury does
not result from leakage or explosion of the battery. 
· Be sure to use only the IR-200BT Rechargeable
Battery designed for use with the infrared
wireless microphone when recharging.
· Avoid mixed use of new and old batteries,
batteries of different types, or fully charged and
discharged batteries in the same microphone.
· Do not short, disassemble, heat nor put the
battery into a fire.
· Do not solder a battery directly
· Note correct polarity (positive and negative
orientation) when inserting a battery in the unit.
· Avoid locations exposed to the direct sunlight,
high temperature and high humidity when storing
batteries.
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
• Before installation or use, be sure to carefully read all the instructions in this section for correct and safe
operation.
• Be sure to follow all the precautionary instructions in this section, which contain important warnings and/or
cautions regarding safety.
• After reading, keep this manual handy for future reference.
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if mishandled, could
result in death or serious personal injury.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if mishandled, could
result in moderate or minor personal injury, and/or property damage.
WARNING
CAUTION
CAUTION
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and 
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
Any modifications made to this device that are not approved by TOA Corporation may void the authority
granted the user by the FCC to operate this equipment.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be
required correct the interference at his own expense.
FCC Compliance





4
2. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The IR-200M (hand-held type) and IR-300M (hands-free type) infrared wireless microphones are intended for
speech applications and use unidirectional electret condenser microphone units featuring high sensitivity and
clear sound. 
3. FEATURES
• Employs the PLL synthesizer system, allowing up to 6 different frequencies to be set. 
• Powered by 2 IR-200BT rechargeable NiMH batteries or 2 AA alkaline batteries.
Note
It is recommended that the microphone be used with the optional IR-200BT rechargeable battery that not
only ensures longer microphone operation, but is also friendly to the environment.
• The IR-300M is equipped with an external microphone input terminal, allowing it to be used in combination
with the YP-M101 tie-clip type microphone or YP-M301 headset microphone. 
• The microphone system's infrared transmission eliminates problems with interference or eavesdropping,
allowing simultaneous use in adjacent conference rooms or school classrooms.
• Since the infrared microphone uses a frequency band that does not interfere with that of the infrared
conference system (TS-800 and TS-900 Series), both the infrared wireless microphone system and the
conference system can be simultaneously installed in the same location. 
• Anti-bacteria-treated body.
4. HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
• Do not cover the infrared wireless microphone's infrared emitter with the hand or hide the microphone by
placing it inside clothes. Covering the infrared emitter will disable light transmission. 
• Avoid using the infrared microphone in close proximity to plasma displays or infrared LAN, which could lead
to noise or microphone malfunctions. 
• Do not dismantle or modify the infrared microphone. 
• Take care not to drop the infrared microphone on the floor or hit it on hard objects, as this could lead to
microphone failures. 
• The infrared microphone cannot be used outdoors or in areas exposed to direct sunlight. 
• Do not place the infrared microphone in high-temperature locations, such as in a car parked with its doors
closed in summer, or in highly humid locations, as this could lead to microphone failure. 
• Avoid using the infrared microphone in locations that can be splashed with perspiration or seawater, as this
could lead to microphone failures. 
• When cleaning the infrared microphone, be sure to turn the power switch to OFF. Wipe with a soft dry cloth.
If it gets very dirty, use the soft cloth slightly moistened in neutral cleanser. Never use volatile spirits like
thinner, benzine, or alcohol. Such chemicals may damage its plastic surface.





5

[Inside the battery case]
[Front] [Side]
7
8
2
3
3
4
5
6
1
5. NOMENCLATURE AND FUNCTIONS
5.1. IR-200M
1. Power switch
Turns on and off the microphone.
2. Battery indicator
Lights when the power switch (1) is turned on.
Continuously lights green while the battery is fully
charged, and gradually changes to red as the
battery becomes weaker. 
3. Infrared emitter
Emits the infrared beam for communications.
4. Battery case
Contains the battery compartment. Be sure to
open and close the case correctly. 
(Refer to p. 7 "Battery Insertion.")
5. Color label attachment area
Attach optional color label to distinguish between
infrared wireless microphones.
6. Charging terminal
(Refer to p. 8 "How to Charge.")
7. Power selector switch [PWR]
Switches the power level of the infrared beam for
communications. (Refer to p. 12 "About the power
selector switch.")
8. Channel selector switch [CH]
Set the selector switch to the same channel as
that  of the tuner. 
(Refer to p. 11 "Channel settings.")





6
5.2. IR-300M
1. Power switch / battery indicator
Turns on or off the microphone. 
Turning on this switch causes its indicator to come
on, allowing it to also function as a battery
indicator. 
This switch continuously lights green while the
battery is fully charged, and gradually changes to
red as the battery becomes weaker.
2. External microphone input terminal [MIC]
Used to connect a headset microphone or other
external microphone.
3. Infrared emitter
Transmits the infrared beam for communications.
4. Charging terminal
(Refer to p. 8 "How to Charge.")
5. Neck strap
Used to suspend the infrared wireless microphone
from the neck. (Refer to p. 10 "Infrared Wireless
Microphone Usage Tips.")
6. Battery cover
Contains the battery compartment. 
Be sure to open and close the cover correctly. 
(Refer to p. 7 "Battery Insertion.")
7. Color label attachment area
Attach optional color label to distinguish between
infrared wireless microphones.
8. Microphone level control
Used to adjust the input level when using an
external microphone. (Refer to p. 12 "About the
microphone level control.")
9. Power selector switch
Switches the power level of the infrared beam for
communications. (Refer to p. 12 "About the
power selector switch.")
10. Channel selector switch
Set the selector switch to the same channel as
that of the tuner. (Refer to p. 11 "Channel
settings.")

5
[Front]
[Top]
[Rear]
2
3
4 6 7
1
[Inside of  the battery cover]
9
8
10
Built-in microphone




7
Step 1. Set the power switch to the OFF position.
Step 2. Remove the battery case (IR-200M) or battery cover (IR-300M).
[IR-200M]
Rotate the battery case counterclockwise. 
[IR-300M]
Slide the battery cover in the direction of the arrow while pressing the arrow portion.
Step 3. Insert 2 IR-200BT rechargeable NiMH batteries or 2 AA alkaline batteries, noting correct polarities
(+ and –) indicated in the battery compartment.
Step 4. Replace the battery case (IR-200M) or battery cover (IR-300M) securely.
6. BATTERY INSERTION

[IR-200M] [IR-300M]
Power switch
Battery
Battery
Battery case
Battery cover
1
Power switch
1
2, 4
2, 4
3
3
Pressing this portion, slide the battery 
cover in the direction of the arrow.




Notes
• When operating on rechargeable batteries, the optional IR-200BC Battery Charger is required. 
• For rechargeable batteries, be sure to use the optional IR-200BT battery. Do not use other batteries. 
7.1. How to Charge
Step 1. Set the infrared wireless microphone's power
switch to the OFF position. 
Note
Be sure to turn off the microphone's power switch
when charging. Batteries cannot be correctly
charged if the power switch is ON. 
Step 2. Place 2 IR-200BT rechargeable batteries in the
infrared wireless microphone. 
(Refer to p. 7 "Battery insertion.")
Step 3. Fully insert the infrared wireless microphone into
the microphone receptacle of the IR-200BC
Battery Charger. 
The IR-200BC's charging indicator lights red and charging begins. 
Charging is completed in approximately 3 hours and the IR-200BC's full-charge indicator lights green. 
(When charging the IR-200M microphone, attach the mounting adapter supplied with the charger.)
Notes
• If the red charging indicator does not light even if the infrared wireless microphone has been
inserted into the charger, check to see if the microphone has been correctly inserted. 
• The infrared wireless microphone becomes warm after charging completion, however this is not a
failure. 
Note: For more information, please read the instruction manual enclosed with the IR-200BC Battery Charger. 
7.2. Charging Timing
As discharge progresses, the battery indicator's color gradually
changes from green to red. If the indicator lights red during use,
charge the infrared microphone immediately since the microphone
will be disabled several minutes after the indicator has lit red.
[Guidelines on the rechargeable battery operation time]
8
7. WHEN OPERATING ON RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES
When charging, never insert rechargeable batteries other than the
specified IR-200BT battery in the infrared wireless microphone.
Charging any other than the IR-200BT battery may result in fire or
personal injury due to battery rupture.
CAUTION
Notes
• When using the IR-200BT rechargeable battery for the first time or when using it after it has been stored for
a long period of time, be sure to charge it before use. 
• The IR-200BT battery is designed to cycle through about 500 charges and discharges. When the
microphone operation interval becomes extremely short after prolonged repeated use, change the battery
with a new one.

[IR-200M's front view]
[IR-300M's top view]
Battery indicator
Battery indicator
Power selector switch* position
H
L
Continuous usage time
Approx. 5 hours
Approx. 8 hours
* Refer to p. 12 "About the power selector switch."
IR-200M
Power switch
Charging indicator (red)
Full-charge indicator (green)
IR-300M
IR-200BC (optional)
3
1




9
8. WHEN USING DRY CELL BATTERIES

[IR-200M's front view] [IR-300M's top view]
Battery indicator
Battery indicator
The battery indicator continuously lights green while the battery is fully charged, and gradually changes to red
as the battery becomes weaker. Change the battery with a new one when the indicator lights red.
[Guidelines on the AA alkaline dry cell battery's operation time]

Power selector switch* position
* Refer to p. 12 "About the power selector switch."
Continuous usage time
H Approx. 4 hours
N Approx. 6 hours
9. OPERATION

[IR-200M] [IR-300M]
[Inside of the battery case]
Channel selector switch
Battery indicator
Power switch
Power switch/battery indicator
Channel selector switch
[Inside of the battery cover]
2, 3
2, 3
1
1
Step 1. Confirm that the infrared wireless microphone has been set to the same channel as that of the
infrared wireless tuner. (Refer to p. 11 "Channel settings.")
Step 2. Turn on the infrared microphone's power switch and confirm that the battery indicator lights green.
Step 3. Turn off the infrared microphone's power switch after use.





10
10. INFRARED WIRELESS MICROPHONE USAGE TIPS
10.1. When Holding the Microphone or Suspending It From the Neck
Note
Do not cover the infrared wireless microphone's infrared emitter with the hand or hide the microphone by
placing it inside clothes. Covering the infrared emitter will disable light transmission. 
[Hand-held type]
Hold the infrared microphone so that its power switch
faces the user and its infrared emitter is oriented
toward the front. 
[Hands-free type]
Suspend the microphone from the neck so that its
infrared emitter is oriented toward the front.
10.2. Microphone-to-Mouth Distance
Note
Do not speak loudly with the microphone close to the mouth (within 10 cm or 4"). The voice will sound muddy
and hard to hear.

Approx. 10 cm (4")
Approx. 10 – 15 cm
(4" – 6")     
[Handheld type]
Keep a distance of 10 cm (4") between microphone and
mouth when speaking.
[Hands-free type]
Adjust the strap length so that the distance between
microphone and mouth is kept at 10 – 15 cm (4" – 6").
[Correct]
[Correct]
[Incorrect]
[Incorrect]





11
11. CHANNEL SETTINGS
Notes
• Make sure that the infrared wireless microphone channel is identical to that of the infrared wireless tuner. 
If the channels are different, microphone signals cannot be tuned.
• If the channel switch pointer is incorrectly set, such as between 2 numbers resulting in no indication, the
battery indicator will alternately flash green and red to indicate irregularities. 
Confirm the channel selector switch position and set it correctly.

[IR-200M] [IR-300M]
[Inside of the battery case]
Channel selector switch
Supplied screwdriver
Power switch
Battery case
Battery cover
Power switch
Channel selector switch
[Inside of the battery cover]
2, 4
2, 4
1
1
3
3
Supplied screwdriver
Step 1. Set the power switch to the OFF position. 
Note
The transmitting frequency will not change even if the channel setting is performed with the power
switched on. 
Step 2. Remove the battery case (IR-200M) or battery cover (IR-300M).
[IR-200M]
Rotate the battery case counterclockwise. 
[IR-300M]
Slide the battery cover in the direction of the arrow while pressing the arrow portion. 
Step 3. Set the channel selector switch to the desired channel. 
Rotate the channel selector switch using the supplied screwdriver. Select the channel A or B. 
Step 4. Replace the battery case (IR-200M) or battery cover (IR-300M) securely.





12
12. ABOUT THE POWER SELECTOR SWITCH
Transmission output can be switched in 2 steps: Normal (Power selector switch position: N) and High (switch
position: H). Set the switch position depending on the continuous usage time*
1
, battery service life and usage
conditions*
2
.
Note: The power selector switch is set to the N position by default. 
*
1
For continuous usage time by the power selector switch settings, refer to p. 8 "Guidelines on the
rechargeable battery's operation time" or p. 9 "Guidelines on the AA alkaline dry cell battery's operation
time."
*
2
To make the continuous usage time longer, set the switch to the N position. When a longer transmission
distance is required, set to the H position. 

[IR-200M] [IR-300M]
[Inside of the battery case]
Power selector switch
[Inside of the battery cover]
Power selector switch
13. ABOUT THE MICROPHONE LEVEL CONTROL (IR-300M ONLY)
When using an external microphone, sensitivity differs depending on the type of microphone connected. Use
this control to set the sensitivity to an appropriate level for the connected external microphone.
Note
The microphone level control is factory-preset to the appropriate position for the built-in microphone unit. 
Step 1. Remove the battery cover.
Step 2. Set the power switches of both the
infrared wireless microphone and tuner
to the ON position.
Step 3. Set the microphone level control to the
appropriate position. 
Using the supplied screwdriver, set to a
position that prevents sound distortion
and feedback. 
Step 4. Replace the battery cover. 

Battery cover
Power switch
Note
Also turn on the power switch of 
the infrared wireless tuner.
Microphone level control
[Inside of the battery cover]
1, 4
2
3
Supplied screwdriver




13
14. DIMENSIONAL DIAGRAMS
14.1. IR-200M

45.2
(1.78)
ø28.2 (ø1.11)
ø37
(1.46)
241.8 (9.52)
[Front] [Side] [Rear]
14.2. IR-300M

64 (2.52)
91.3 (3.59)
Approx. 500 (19.69)
[Front]
25
(0.98)
27.3
(1.07)
[Top]
[Side] [Rear]
Unit: mm (inches)





• Charge using the IR-200BC
Battery Charger.
[Operating on dry cell batteries]
• Battery polarities not correct.
• Batteries exhausted.
14
15. TROUBLESHOOTING
Symptom Possible cause Remedy
Battery indicator does not
light even if the power switch
is turned on.
[Operating on rechargeable batteries]
• Battery polarities not correct.
• Specified battery not used.
• Battery not charged.
• Reinsert batteries correctly.
• Replace the batteries with the IR-
200BT rechargeable batteries for
the infrared wireless microphone.
• Charge using IR-200BC Battery
Charger.
• Reinsert batteries correctly.
• Replace with new ones.
When the power switch is
turned on, the battery
indicator lights red.
[Operating on dry cell batteries]
• Batteries exhausted. • Replace with new ones.
[Operating on rechargeable batteries]
• Battery discharged.
When the power switch is
turned on, the battery
indicator alternately flashes
green and red.
• Channel selector switch not set
correctly to an indicated position.
• Perform channel settings correctly.
(Refer to p. 11 "Channel settings.")
Infrared wireless tuner's
reception indicator does not
light (no signal received)
even with the power switch
turned on.
• Channel set for infrared wireless
microphone not identical to the
tuner.
• Reset the infrared microphone to
the same channel as the tuner.
Interferes with other infrared
microphone being used
simultaneously.
• Two infrared wireless microphones
set to the same channel.
• Set channels correctly. 
(Refer to p. 11 "Channel settings.")
• Infrared wireless microphone used
too close to the tuner.
• Keep the infrared microphone at
least 50 cm (19.69") away from
the infrared tuner.





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16. SPECIFICATIONS
16.1. IR-200M
Note: The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement. 
• Accessories
Screwdriver (for setting)  ............................. 1
Color label (6 colors)  .................................. 1
• Optional products
Battery Charger : IR-200BC 
Rechargeable battery: IR-200BT-2 (containing 2 pieces)
Battery IR-200BT rechargeable battery for the infrared wireless microphone (2 pieces) 
or AA alkaline dry cell battery (2 pieces).
Current Consumption Typ. 250 mA (2.4 V, Power selector switch: N) 
Typ. 340 mA (2.4 V, Power selector switch: H)
Wavelength 870 nm (AM: Brightness modulation)
Modulation Method Frequency modulation
Carrier Frequency Channel A: 3.100 MHz
Channel B: 3.350 MHz
Transmission  Approx. 20 m or 65 ft (Power selector switch: H; In an unobstructed space.)
Distance Approx. 15 m or 50 ft (Power selector switch: N; In an unobstructed space.)
Tone Signal 32.768 kHz
Modulation Sensitivity ±4.8 kHz (1 kHz, when SPL of 84 dB is input)
Maximum Input Sound  120 dB SPL
Pressure
Microphone Unit Unidirectional electret condenser microphone
Frequency Response 100 Hz – 12 kHz
Preemphasis 300 μs
Battery Operation Time Approx. 8 hours (when the IR-200BT rechargeable battery for the infrared 
wireless microphone is used; Power selector switch: N)
Approx. 6 hours (when the alkaline battery is used; Power selector switch: N)
Operating Temperature  0 to 40 °C (32 to 140 °F)
Operating Humidity 30 to 85% RH
Finish  Control Section: ABS resin, metallic gray, 50% gloss, paint
Filter Section: Polycarbonate, optical cut filter
Dimensions  ø37 x 241.8 (h) mm  (ø1.46" x 9.52")
Weight  170 g or 0.37 lb (with alkaline batteries)
185 g or 0.41 lb (with dedicated rechargeable batteries)
Infrared Emitter





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16.2. IR-300M
Note: The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement. 
• Accessories
Screwdriver (for setting)  ............................. 1
Color label (6 colors)  .................................. 1
• Optional products
Battery Charger : IR-200BC 
Rechargeable battery: IR-200BT-2 (containing 2 pieces)
Battery IR-200BT rechargeable battery for the infrared wireless microphone (2 pieces) 
or AA alkaline dry cell battery (2 pieces).
Current Consumption Typ. 250 mA (2.4 V, Power selector switch: N) 
Typ. 340 mA (2.4 V, Power selector switch: H)
Wavelength 870 nm (AM: Brightness modulation)
Modulation Method Frequency modulation
Carrier Frequency Channel A: 3.100 MHz
Channel B: 3.350 MHz
Transmission  Approx. 20 m or 65 ft (Power selector switch: H; In an unobstructed space.)
Distance Approx. 15 m or 50 ft (Power selector switch: N; In an unobstructed space.)
Tone Signal 32.768 kHz
Modulation Sensitivity ±4.8 kHz (1 kHz, when SPL of 84 dB is input)
Maximum Input Sound  120 dB SPL
Pressure
Input Sensitivity  Adjustment range: –9 dB to 0 dB (factory-preset: 0 dB)
Adjustment
Microphone Unit Unidirectional electret condenser microphone
Frequency Response 100 Hz – 12 kHz
Preemphasis 300 μs
Input External microphone input (3.5 mm or 1/8" monaural mini jack)
Battery Operation Time Approx. 8 hours (when the IR-200BT rechargeable battery for the infrared 
wireless microphone is used; Power selector switch: N)
Approx. 6 hours (when the alkaline battery is used; Power selector switch: N)
Operating Temperature  0 to 40 °C (32 to 140 °F)
Operating Humidity 30 to 85% RH
Finish  Control Section: ABS resin, metallic gray, 50% gloss, paint
Filter Section: Polycarbonate, optical cut filter
Dimensions  64 (w) x 91.3 (h) x 27.3 (d) mm  (2.52" x 3.59" x 1.07")
Weight  130 g or 0.29 lb (with alkaline batteries & strap)
140 g or 0.31 lb (with dedicated rechargeable batteries & strap)
Infrared Emitter
Traceability Information for Europe (EMC directive 2004/108/EC)
Manufacturer:
TOA Corporation
7-2-1, Minatojima Nakamachi, Chuo-ku, Kobe, Hyogo, 
Japan
Authorized representative:
TOA Electronics Europe GmbH
Suederstrasse 282, 20537 Hamburg,
Germany





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22 Palazzetti
EVA
56 27.04.
23 Antonio Bernini
STEALTH Series
9 25.04.
24 RIDGID
R3000
16 0.66 Mb 09.02.
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