Programming Lead, PC to PODULE

Connection Details of “D” Type connectors

PC End

POD End

Female 9 way D

Female 9 way D

Pin 2

Pin 2

Pin 3

Pin 3

Pin 5

Pin 25

Podule RS 232 Pin OUT

Pin 2 Tx, Data O/P

Pin 3 Rx, Data I/P

Pin 5 Ground (0V)

IN

Out

RJ45 Patch

Pin 1

24V In

Pin 1

24V Out

Orange

Pin 2

24V In

Pin 2

24V Out

Orange/white

Pin 3

N/C

Pin 3

N/C

Green/White

Pin 4

PodNet H

Pin 4

PodNet H

Blue

Pin 5

PodNet L

Pin 5

PodNet L

Blue/White

Pin 6

N/C

Pin 6

N/C

Green

Pin 7

0V

Pin 7

0V

Brown/White

Pin 8

0V

Pin 8

0V

Brown

PodNet Connector

IN     OUT

CAUTION DO NOT INTERCONNECT TO ETHERNET OR PERMANENT DAMAGE MAY OCCUR TO THE ETHERNET DEVICES.

Matrix 2 Podule – Rear Connectors
3.5mm Jacks
Stereo jacks are used for the unbalanced audio inputs.

Ring

Right channel audio

Tip

Left channel audio

Sleeve

Audio ground / common

Matrix Channel Outputs

Normally pre-made Cat 5 cables with RJ45 connectors are used for linking the Matrix 2 outputs to panels.

It is possible to make up your own break out leads as the Audio out is a normal balanced line signal suitable for feeding into a conventional balanced line input.

Pin out of DC Plug, RS232 & PodNet

Use

Cat 5 Colour *

Pin 1

Left Channel Audio – Phase

Orange

Pin 2

Left Channel Audio – A/Phase

Orange/white

Pin 3

DC Power, +24V

Green/White

Pin 4

Data ‘A’

Blue

Pin 5

Data ‘B’

Blue/White

Pin 6

Common 0V, Ground

Green

Pin 7

Right Channel Audio – A/Phase

Brown/White

Pin 8

Right Channel Audio – Phase

Brown

* Recommended. If using different couloirs it is important to keep the pairs as shown.

Electromagnetic Compatibility

This equipment has been designed, manufactured and tested to conform to the European EMC directives EN55103-1 & EN55103-2 for classifications E2 and E4.

Limitations as to use: The specified equipment is not to be mounted adjacent to RF transmitting or receiving equipment.