CLOCKAUDIO'S CDT100 CONNECTIVITY
You've asked us to give you some more information on how our equipment can be integrated together. This month we have included a schematic for the CDT100 and our ARM102-RF.
In the example above, we have motorized retractable microphones seated in SWP2 RGB touch switches, hooked up through some CDT100 Mark II's.
The ARMF102N-RF’s motor control cables (in Grey) must be connected to an ARM-C motor controller, designed to control up to four microphones, which can be daisy-chained (reference orange lines) for as many microphones as needed. It uses only one Hi-Logic signal, from the designated ARM-C port on the CDT100, to deploy all microphones simultaneously. This example shows two ARM-Cs handling eight ARMF102N-RFs.
The open-ended audio cables are shown in green, and the RJ45 connectors in blue (from the touch switches).
TS-C1 boxes are connected directly to the CDT100s with one CDT for every four microphones / touch switches.
Since only two CDT100s are being used in this set-up, the same PSU 1205 can also supply the two
ARM-Cs, as it can power up to six CDT100s on its own.