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The System 2000 is a time proven standard of Audio/Video entertainment designed exclusively for tour buses. The complete system incorporates: A state of the art digital Audio Control Unit that incorporates advanced digital design for enhanced reliability and complete centralized system control. The Control Unit 2000 allows the operator to control up to three audio selections, allowing custom tailoring of each channel's sound quality. There are three microphone inputs for the Public Address system, which is switchable between internal and external speakers. The unit contains a separate Video Section for controlling the VCP. It also allows the driver to control his own separate audio selections. The Control Head is housed in a shallow DIN-E chassis that allows ease and flexibility of installation. A newly specifically designed 102 watt RMS per channel amplifier, capable of driving up to twenty- six, four ohm speakers. Up to six, custom designed ten-inch color monitors, which incorporate a unique anti-theft locking slide mount. This design makes installation and removal very easy. In conjunction with the Video system, there is a specially modified VHS video cassette player that allows the operator convenient control over its functions. Individual seat audio option. Allows each passenger to choose between up to four channels of stereo audio and one video audio channel. Allows individual volume control of each channel. (See Seat Audio Literature). Camera options: Both a rear-view Back-up Camera and Scenic View Camera option are available for the System 2000. (See Back-up Camera and Scenic View Camera Literature).
C-2000 Control Head Features:
Complete digital control of passengers audio system. Up to three audio selections for passengers audio. (see passenger section of System 2000 operators manual) Separate control over passengers audio volume, bass and treble. (see adjusting the sound section of System 2000 operators manual) Independent drivers audio selections and controls. (see driver section of System 2000 operators manual) Public address inputs allowing control over PA systems volume, treble, and bass. (see PA section of System 2000 operators manual) Video section allows for control of video system. (see video section of System 2000 operators manual) New LED backlighting for longer life and durability
Panasonic Radio modified for the System 2000
Operations: The modified Panasonic radio provides both an audio source for the passengers and the driver. The drivers speaker volume is controlled by the radio volume control and the passengers by the control head. The Panasonic radio also provides the control of an 8 disc changer (if used)
Features: PLL (Phase Locked Loop) Synthesized Tuning Memory buttons for preset stations 6-AM/18-FM (FM1, 2, 3) Auto preset and scan function. Clock Function Full featured Cassette Deck CD Changer Control
Panasonic Radio, AM/FM/CD Modified for the System 2000
Operations: The modified Panasonic radio provides both an audio source for the passengers and the driver. The drivers speaker volume is controlled by the radio volume control and the passengers by the control head.
Features: CD Player track select and repeat functions Memory buttons for preset stations 6-AM/18-FM (FM1, 2, 3) PLL (Phase Locked Loop) Synthesized Tuning Memory buttons for preset stations Auto preset and scan function. Clock Function
Pana, CQ-DF401U AM/FM/CD w/CD Changer Control
Operation: The radio output plays through the C-2000 during normal operation, but can also be played through the drivers speakers independently of the rest of the system.
Features: Separate bass and treble controls. Eighteen programmable stations. Scan and seek functions. Clock funtion. Digital display. CD player. PLL (Phase Locked Loop) Synthesized Tuning CD Change Control
Operations: The amplifier is automatically turned on and off by the C-2000 control head when the power button (on the C-2000) is pressed. There is a red L.E.D., on the front of the amplifier to indicate power is on.
Features: A separate Input Sensitivity Control is used to adjust the gain of the amplifier. This should be set to the minimum level that allows for an acceptable volume level. Integrated over-current protection in case of a fault condition. In the event of a fault condition the amplifier will automatically shut off. Once the fault is located and removed, the amplifier will automatically turn back on. This circuitry works independently of the main power circuit breaker. Incorporates a separate 24 to 12 volt converter internally. This converter is used to power the C-2000. This supply has a separate 2 amp circuit breaker, located next to the main breaker. Positive locking connectors provide secure connections even in the roughest conditions. High power provides 102W RMS per channel.
M-2000 10" Video Color Monitor
Operations: The M-2000 monitors are automatically powered by the C-2000 when the video section is activated. (see video section of System 2000 operators manual). There is also a separate power on switch located at the rear of the monitor.
Features: A specially designed slide mounting bracket, which allows for easy installation and removal of the monitor. The mount also has a keyed lock (located on the back panel) to secure monitor. Separate controls for vertical hold, contrast, brightness, color and tint. (see M-2000 10" video color monitor operators manual for specific adjustments) Dual power indicator on rear of unit. The indicator will glow red if power is available to the unit and will turn green when the monitor turns on.
V-3000 Video Cassette Player
Operation: The V-3000 is automatically powered by the C-2000 when the video section is activated. (See video section of System 2000 operators manual) Operation of the V-3000 can be controlled by the C-2000's video section controls (play, stop, and rewind) or by the front panel buttons on the unit itself. (See V-3000 operators manual for further operation details) Note: Special attention should be given to the Attention and Caution labels on the V-3000 and the warning label.
Features: 24 Volt D.C. operation. Built in dew sensor to prevent damage due to excessive moisture build up in unit. The unit will not accept tape if dew sensor is activated. Auto repeat and full auto functions.
Retrofitting: If replacing a V-2100 VCP with a V-3000 VCR the following adapters are required. REI P/N 511606 - Power Adapter REI P/N 511537 - Control Adapter REI P/N 750052 Mounting Kit
If replacing a V-3000 VCP (factory wired) with a V-2100 VCR the following adapter is required. REI P/N 511639 - Control Adapter
Video Distribution Amplifier
Operation: The Video Distribution Amplifier ensures a strong video signal to up six monitors and provides a centralized termination point for the coax cables.
Features: 12 or 24 Volt D.C. operation. The unit is compact in design and connects directly in-line with the Video Cassette Player. A dual colored chassis mounted indicator shows when a video signal is present for amplification (green) and when power is available to the unit (red).
16 CHANNEL WIRELESS MICROPHONE AND RECEIVER
The 16 Channel Wireless Microphone, Receiver and Charging Cradle are custom designed units that allow for wireless PA communication from anywhere on the coach. The unit consists of a receiver mounted in the parcel area directly behind the driver, and a rechargeable hand-held microphone and charging cradle. The receiver has a front mounted power button and LED indicator. When the button is pushed in, the power is on and the indicator illuminates. When the microphone is keyed a RF LED illuminates indicating the presence of a RF signal. An adjustable level (volume) control is provided to set the relative audio level. When the microphone is spoken into the audio level is indicated on five vertical LEDs. The receiver also has a diversified antenna system (dual antenna). This system switches between the two antennas to locate the strongest signal from the microphone. The antenna in use is indicated by lighting either the A or B LED. Both the receiver and the microphone have manual channel selectors. The channel is set with a small screwdriver and both the channel selectors on the microphone and receiver must match. The unit is a FCC approved device operating on the following 16 frequencies: 175.000 MHz 175.300 MHz 175.600 MHz 175.900 MHz 176.200 MHz 176.500 MHz 176.800 MHz 177.100 MHz 177.400 MHz 177.700 MHz 178.000 MHz 178.300 MHz 178.600 MHz 178.900 MHz 179.200 MHz 179.500 MHz
See specification sheet for other mechanical and electrical details.
Panasonic 8-Disc CD Changer
Operations: When used in conjunction with the Panasonic Dash Radio, the 8 Disc CD Changer provides the improved clarity of CD audio. The CD changer is capable of holding eight audio CDs. The Changer is controlled by the Panasonic Radio. The radio controls include Disc control features including Disc selection and Disc scan. Individual track functions include: Track Selection, Track Search, Track Repeat, Random Track, and Track scan.
Features: The CD Changer receives power (+12VDC) and all control signals from the radio through a single connector on the side of the unit. An external memory line is also provided. The CD magazine can be removed from the unit (via the eject button) for convenient storage and security. Compact size and easy mounting keeps the Parcel rack clear and open for baggage storage.
Operations: The Tuner is capable of receiving both UHF and VHF television broadcasts and displaying them on the monitors. The unit is typically mounted on the side of the VCP, located in the front left parcel area behind the driver. The tuner has a two terminal Y connector for power and is connected in-line with the power cable going to the VCP (both 12 and 24 VDC models are available). For optimum reception, the tuner requires an external UHF/VHF antenna to be connected to the Antenna in Jack, also located on the rear of the unit. The received channel is split internally into separate audio and video signals. The video and audio outputs of the tuner are connected to the video and audio inputs of the VCP for display on the monitors. The tuner has a red LED that indicates that power is present. This LED becomes brighter in intensity when the unit is turned on via the power button on the front. There are three channel control buttons labeled AUTO, CHANNEL UP, and CHANNEL DOWN also located on the front of the unit. The AUTO Channel button is pressed to automatically program the unit to receive broadcast signals of sufficient strength to produce a viewable picture. The CHANNEL UP and CHANNEL DOWN buttons increment or decrement respectively the programmed channels within the units memory. As the coach travels to different locations, the auto-programming feature may need to be repeated to update the tuner memory for the local broadcast area.
Features: Auto - Programming Capability Easy Installation 24 VDC
Panasonic DVD Player for the System 2000
Operation: Developed specifically for in-vehicle use. Excels in vibration resistance. Compact and easy to install. Multifunctional remote yet easy to use.
Features: +12VDC Remote control included. Mounts easily in parcel rack or DIN mount opening. Ultra-sharp picture and sound quality. Capable of numerous programmable functions, including closed captioning, multilingual audio, and auto repeat. See the DVD Player Operators Manual for details.
Scenic View Camera Kit 2000
Operations: The Scenic View Camera is capable of displaying the Drivers view of the road and surroundings over the coach monitors. The unit is mounted either on the center of the dash or the A post facing forward. The camera has a single four terminal connector exiting the bottom of the mounting bracket. The camera receives power (+12VDC) from the VCP and supplies a video signal to the VCP via an interconnecting cable. The cable connects to the 4 terminal connector on the camera and the 12-14V DC socket and the Video in jack on the rear of the VCP. (See Installation Guide for further details.). For viewing, simply select video on the System 2000 Control Head (do not push play). The Control Head turns the VCP on and the cameras view is displayed over the monitors.
Features: All cabling and mounting provided in one easy to use kit. The kit includes optional audio wiring diagrams for providing audio (radio) during viewing.
Prevost Coaches System 2000 Troubleshooting Chart - Audio PROBLEM No audio, all channels. No audio on Radio, Auxiliary, Video, or PA. POSSIBLE CAUSE Volume level on Control Head (700227) set to minimum CHECK / SOLUTION Adjust volume level with the UP / DOWN arrow buttons on the Control Head to a comfortable listening level.
No power to amplifier (700771)
Verify power connections and any external current protection devices; fuses or circuit breakers.
Check 2 and 10 amp circuit breaker located on the front of the amp. Reset if tripped. If tripped, verify speaker impedance in case of shorted speaker.
Defective or improperly connected Amplifier (700771).
If the Control Head (700227) turns on, and all other connections are correct, and the red power LED (on the front of the Amp) does not light, repair or replace AMP. Check cable connection from Amplifier (700771) to the Control Head (700227). If all connections are correct, repair or replace Control Head.
Defective or improperly connected Control Head (700227). Control Head does not turn on when it's power button is depressed.
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Audio on only one side of coach, right or left. Other side functions correctly.
Check Audio In on the Amplifier. Verify pins are seated in the connector and the plug is seated properly in the Amp.
Check speaker connections (Reverse connections left for right). If audio does NOT change to the other side, check speaker network. If audio DOES change sides, go to next check. Beep out Control Head to Amplifier Cable 4 pin connector (Amp side) to 16 pin connector (Control Head side lower left as viewed from rear). Repair or replace as needed. Go to next check. Reverse right and left audio inputs to the Amp with jumper wires or test harness. If audio remains unchanged, repair or replace the amplifier. If the audio switches sides, the amplifier is good. Go to the next check. If connections and Amplifier are checked, as previously indicated, repair or replace Control Head.
Amplifier (700771) Defective.
Control Head (700227) defective.
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No VCP audio, all other channels operate correctly.
Dirty Audio Heads in the VCP or bad Video Tape
Try playing a different Video tape. Clean the VCP's heads with a high quality wet cleaning tape.
VCP connections; Control and power cables.
Does VCP have power? If not, check power connections at the rear of the VCP, and at the Video Relay or contactor. Make certain Control Head (700227) is in the VID mode. Repair or replace Video Control Cable.
If possible remove unit and bench test. Connect the unit to a monitor that has Video and Audio inputs using the VCP's Video and Audio outputs. If previous checks do not solve the problem, repair or replace VCP.
Improperly connected or defective Control Head (700227)
Check Cable connection at the rear of the Control Head (P/N 700227). If connections appear good and problem is not in the VCP, repair or replace the Control Head.
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No Radio audio, (one or both sides of coach) all other channels operate correctly.
Improperly connected or defective Radio.
Check power to the Radio. Radio must be turned on to operate. Control Head (700227) must be in the RAD mode
Check RCA connections from the Radio to the Control Head.
If Radio Audio is present only on one side of the coach (other channels operate correctly) reverse the RCA connectors, on the rear of the Radio. If the audio switches sides, repair or replace the Radio. If the audio does not switch sides, repair or replace the Control Head (700227).
Defective Control Head (700227).
Verify that the Control Head is turned on and in the RAD mode. Verify that the Volume is not set to minimum. Check if Radio audio is present on the Driver's speakers. If so and all other checks are OK, repair or replace the Control Head (700227).
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Defective microphone. No PA Audio. All other Channels operate correctly.
If possible, try a different microphone in the same location. If the different mic works, repair or replace the microphone. If another mic is not available, plug the microphone into another Mic input. If mic works in another location continue with the following checks. If it still does not function, repair or replace microphone.
Check continuity on Microphone cable with continuity tester (meter). If a connection shows open replace, or repair, cable.
If replacing the Microphone, and checking cable continuity has no effect, repair or replace Control Head (700227).
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No Driver's Audio. All other functions operate correctly.
Defective, or improperly wired Driver's speakers.
Check connections at the Control Head and the Driver's speakers at the rear of the Control Head. Repair or replace cable if defective.
Check Driver's Speakers and verify they are operational. Replace if defective.
Defective or improperly operated Control Head (700227).
Verify that the Driver's speakers are enabled, by the Control Head. The green LED, next to the RADIO button in the DRIVER section, should be illuminated.
Verify that the Radio plays over the Passenger's speaker. If so, replace or repair the Control Head (700227). If not, proceed to Radio check.
Defective or improperly operated Radio.
Check that the Radio volume control (used to set the Driver's audio level) is set to a normal listening level.
Verify that the Radio audio plays over the Passenger 's speakers. If not replace or repair the Radio.
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System 2000 Troubleshooting Chart -Video PROBLEM No power, all Monitors. Monitors blank, green LED on the rear panel off. No power to Video relay, or wired incorrectly. Defective Video relay POSSIBLE CAUSE Video System not activated. CHECK / SOLUTION Activate the Video system via the button labeled VIDEO on the Control Head (700227). Display will indicate "VID". Verify power connections to relay and any external current protection devices, i.e. fuses or circuit breakers Activate the Video System via the Control Head. Measure the Voltage on both sides of the Video relay's coil. The side connected to the cable, orange wire, should measure approximately 0 Volts. The opposite side should measure power (+12 or +24V depending on relay used). Relay should energize. If these voltages are present but the relay does not energize, replace the relay. Verify that the orange wire is connected to the relay coil. Activate the Video System (as previously described). Measure Voltage levels at the relay coil. If the orange wire does not measure near 0 Volts (less than 1V), and all other connections are correct, replace or repair the Control Head (700227). If power is being switched by the relay, verify that it is also present at the parcel racks, were the monitors connect to it. If not, repair or replace power wire.
Defective or improperly wired Control Head (700227)
Power wire from Video relay to monitors defective
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Video System activates but not all the monitors power-up. Green LED on the rear of the monitor is off.
Power wire to nonfunctioning monitor(s) defective or improperly connected.
Activate the Video System. Access the power connector, attached to the slide bracket, (561004). Verify connection and measure Voltage. If there is not 24 Volts present, trace back the appropriate power cable and verify connection and look for signs of damage. Repair or replace cable as necessary.
Monitor (700182) or Slide Bracket (561004) Defective.
If previous power checks are OK, verify that the circuit breaker (located on the rear of the monitor) is not tripped. Reset if necessary.
Remove a functioning monitor from another location and remove suspect monitor and replace it with known good unit. If unit now functions replace or repair suspect unit. If unit still does not operate verify the slide bracket connections and repair or replace unit as necessary.
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VCP not operated properly Monitors power - up (screens light, green LED on rear panel is on) but no video is displayed; all monitors.
Verify that a known good VHS tape has been inserted and that the VCP is in play. PLAY LED, on the front of VCP, is illuminated. VCP may be put into play from either the Control Head or directly from the front panel of the VCP.
VCP Video out connection defective or incorrect.
Check Video Out connection, at the rear of the VCP. Connection should be made to the jack labeled VIDEO OUT or the cable coming out of the VCP with the BNC connector. If possible, remove VCP and check out the unit by connecting it directly into a monitor with a Video input. If unit does not function, repair or replace it. If unit operates, check the cable, in the coach, that connects to the Video Out. Repair or replace as necessary.
Defective or improperly installed Video Distribution Amplifier (700769) * May not be installed on all systems.
Verify that the Distribution Amp has power connected to it. Verify that it is connected to the Video Out cable, from the rear of the VCP. Verify that the individual coax cables are correctly plugged into it. If there still is no video present at the monitors (and the VCP is operational) repair or replace the Video Distribution Amp (700769). The indicator light on the Video Distribution Amp indicates the presence of a video signal not that power is present.
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Video present on at least one monitor, intermittent or not displayed on one or more monitors.
Defective or improperly installed video coax cable. (P/N's may vary)
Remove a monitor from a position that does display video and re-insert it into the position with the suspect unit. If position now displays Video proceed to Defective Monitor Possible Cause. If not, Check coax connections, at the rear of the monitor, and at the other end of the cable. If the system has a Video Distribution Amp the other end will be at the amp. If not so equipped, the cable will have to be traced back to its connection point. Cable may be verified by performing a continuity check, or inserting a spare, known good cable in its place. Repair or replace cable as necessary. Remove Monitor, check continuity on coax cable that extends from the rear of the unit. Repair or replace as necessary. If replacing suspect monitor corrects the problem. Repair or replace the Monitor. Clean heads with a high quality wet style VHS cleaning tape. *Unit may require professional cleaning. Try a different tape that is known to be good and/or try tape in a different video machine. If cleaning does not correct the problem, repair or replace unit.
Defective Slide Mount (561004).
Defective Monitor (700182).
Video displays noise or lines across screen, all monitors.
VCP has dirty video heads.
Defective VCP (model may vary).
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VCP does not function remotely from the Control Head (700227).
Video System not operated correctly
Control Head must be placed in the Video mode by depressing the VIDEO button. Display will indicate "VID". Check cable connections at the rear of the Control Head (700227), and at the rear of the VCP. If possible perform a continuity test on the cable. Repair or replace cable as necessary. Activate the Video System. Operate the VCP directly from its front panel controls. If unit functions correctly, and the VCP to Control Head Cable (511605) has been checked, Repair or replace the Control Head (700227). It may be difficult to determine if problem originates in the VCP or the Control Head. If VCP cannot be operated directly from its front panel controls, or replacing the Control Head does not correct the problem, repair or replace the VCP.
Defective or improperly installed VCP to Control Head Cable.
Defective VCP (models may vary).
As some system configurations may vary, depending on the exact equipment and/or options that have been installed, please contact Radio Engineering Ind. directly (1-800-228-9275) if there are any further questions or problems that might arise.
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