Front and Rear Panel Descriptions (DV-208/216)

Front Panel

This section describes current DV-208/216 models. Although older models with a black front panel differ slightly, readers should be able to easily relate the following information to their older Davicom units.

Front panel

: Stereo headphone out for audio monitoring

IOIOI: Local Communications serial port

: Local Communications USB port

DC POWER: Green LED lights when the unit is powered and turned on.

MINOR ALARM LED: Yellow LED lights when a Minor Alarm occurs.

MAJOR ALARM LED: Red LED lights when a Major Alarm occurs.

COMMUNICATION: Blue LED lights when unit is communicating externally.

USER ONLINE: Blue LED lights when a user connects to the unit.

ACTIVITY: Blue LED blinks when the unit is working properly.

PAUSE

Button: Allows the user to switch to Pause mode.

Indicator: Red LED blinks when the unit is in Pause and Local mode.

LOCAL

Button: Allows the user to switch to Local mode.

Indicator: Red LED blinks when the unit is in Local Mode.

NOTE: If MAJOR ALARM LED is blinking, the unit has lost communications with one of its Modbus slaves.

Rear Panel

Rear Panel

1: XLR4 connector for 12 Vdc input power (or optional 48V input)

2: 3 A fuse

3: Ground screw terminal, for lightning protection

4: Power Fail (PF)Connector for a 9 Vdc wall transformer, to monitor main site power failures

5a: Champ 50-pin input/output connectors #1 and 2

5b: Champ 50-pin input/output connectors #3 and 4 (DV-216 model only)

6a: Reach-through serial RS-232 ports #1 to 4, for on-site ancillary equipment

6b: Reach-through serial RS-232 ports #5 to 8, (DV-216 model only) for on-site ancillary equipment

7a: RJ-45 Ethernet jack #1 for IP connection to the outside world through the site LAN/WAN or the Internet

7b: RJ-45 Ethernet jack #2 for connections to MEXM units or other on-site network-enabled equipment

8: RJ-11 telephone line jack, for the optional internal modem

9a: RS-232 port, for external Hayes-compatible modem #1 (internally disconnected for models DV208-1 and DV-216-1 that have an internal modem)

9b: RS-232 port, for external Hayes-compatible modem #2

10: Stereo line out, for audio streaming from studio to site

11: Stereo line in, for remote monitoring in stereo of external audio sources

12: Mono microphone in, for surveillance microphone

13: USB host port, for data logging or other USB devices

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