Within Q-SYS, a 22 kHz pilot tone (outside the audible range of human hearing and undetectable above the program material) is transmitted along each loudspeaker line. Q-SYS, knowing the impedance value of the PTL-1, is then able to easily detect any deviation in the impedance at 22 kHz.
Any significant drop below a predetermined impedance will signify that a short circuit has occurred, while any rise above signifies that an open circuit has occurred. Each failure scenario will then generate a time stamped event into the Q-SYS Event Log, which may then trigger alert messages if desired.
Additionally, the user can select whether the pilot tone is only generated during a scheduled maintenance check, or whether the tone is always active to provide real-time diagnostics on every zone.
- Pilot tone detection on 70V or100V loudspeaker circuits using QSC DataPort and CXD platform amplifiers
- Ceramic screw-down connector block
- Fuse protects circuit against shorts
- Versatile install adapter plate included
- Fits most plenum-rated electrical boxes
|Voltage||70/100V loudspeaker line|
|Center Frequency||22 kHz|
|Dimensions||3.3” × 3.3” × 1” (84 × 84 × 25 mm)|
|Weight||Approx. .06 lb (.03 kg)|