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AEROMOS UNO
MICROPHONE ON-AIR SWITCH

White Room

SPECIFICATIONS

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POWER LED INDICATOR

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MIC OUT (TO STUDIO)

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MIC ON-AIR ARM

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GPI STUDIO

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2 ways to switch the MIC ON-AIR SMART SWITCH

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Possibility 1: 5VDC control voltage (10mA)

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Possibility 2: Open and closed contact

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12VDC POWER INPUT

MOS UNO front
 

DESCRIPTION

 

Suitable for signaling of on-air lamps for microphones. eg YELLOWTEC MIKA ON-AIR MIC ARM.
ON-AIR = red
OFF-AIR: white

POWER LED INDICATOR
The LED will light up when the 12VDC power supply is present.

12VDC POWER INPUT

Ratings: 12VDC (9~18 volt) at 250mA. The polarity is not important

Power supply is included, options: 115V/USA - 230V/AUS - 230V/EUR - 230V/UK

 

MIC OUT (TO STUDIO)

Microphone output; connect to your equipment with standard MIC cable
(XLR 3pin)
- PIN1: Ground (Shield)
- PIN2: Positive (Red)
- PIN3: Negative (Blue)

 

MIC ONAIR ARM

Connect to the MIC ON-AIR ARM with standard MIC cable (XLR 5pin)
- PIN1: Ground (Shield)
- PIN2: Positive (Red)
- PIN3: Negative (Blue)
- PIN4: LED (Yellow)
- PIN5: LED (Black)

 

The supply voltage may be between 9 and 18 volts DC; the polarity is not important.

On pin 1 and 6 of the 9 pin sub D female or on pin 1 and 2 of the RJ45 a voltage can be applied. Again, a DC voltage; the polarity is not important and the voltage may be between 5 and 18 volts

On pin 2 and 7 of the 9 pin sub D female or on pin 3 and 4 of the RJ45 a switching contact. 

On pin 3 and 8 of the 9 pin sub D female or on pin 5 and 6 of the RJ45 a toggle function to let the white light signal burn continuously or fluctuate. When activated, the LED on the box will flash briefly. Flashing twice means the white light is on continuously, flashing three times means the white light will fade in and out after approximately one minute.

 

RJ11 may only be used to connect to the MOS quatro in sync with the white light signaling of the quatro.