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Road Gear 160 Road Gear 260
Road Gear 160
160W 5-channel Integrated Mobile Sound System with Echo Effect 260W 8-channel Integrated Mobile Sound System with Multi-Efx
Road Gear 260
Luxury luggage-style molded cabinet with wheels 160W (80W per channel) stereo power amplifier 5-Channel powered mixer (three Mic/Line, one stereo) Speaker system with 1" compression driver and 8" woofers DFX, Echo with delay time and repeat controls 2-band EQ on each input channel Treble/Bass system equalizer Effect send and stereo AUX return One dynamic microphone with mic clip, cable and pouch Two 30 ft speaker cables Storage compartments for microphones, cables and accessories Two slots for wireless microphone receivers Operates on AC or DC power
Luxury luggage-style molded cabinet with wheels 260W (130W per channel) stereo power amplifier 8-Channel powered mixer (four Mic/Line, two stereo) with phantom power Speaker system with 1" compression driver and 8" woofer DFX, our 40-bit digital multi-effect processor with 16 programs plus tap delay and foot switch jack 2-band EQ on each input channel 3-band system equalizer Effect send and Stereo AUX return Speaker output with send and return Two dynamic microphones with mic clips, cables and pouch Two 30 ft speaker cables Storage compartments for microphones, cables and accessories Two slots for optional wireless microphone receivers Operates on AC or DC power
RoadGear is a totally hassle-free, mobile sound solution. RoadGear is a self-sufficient system housing two 8" 2-way speakers, a powered mixer, a dynamic microphone (2 on the RoadGear 260 Plus) and all the necessary cables. The road-worthy, high-impact modular polymer construction in a wheelbase, luggage-style cabinet makes RoadGear the ideal mobile sound solution for live performers, schools, churches, conferences, special events, and anywhere that calls for a quick, fuss-free set-up. The two detachable speakers feature an advanced high-pressure molded enclosure, designed for better handling of audio acoustics and improved sound dispersion. The packaged powered mixers also include tone control, effects and system equalization.
Drivers Stand Adapter Output Power Channels Mono Channel Stereo Channel Effect Processor Foot Switch Jacks System EQ Minimum Impedance of Power Amplifier Amp Mode Speaker Out Tape Out EFX Out & ST Return Phantom Power Wireless Mic Module Socket Included Accessories 35mm 2 x 80W @ 8 ohms
35mm 2 x 130W @ 8 ohms 2 kHz
Compression tweeter & 8" woofe
Compression tweeter & 8 " woofer
Mid/High Crossover Point 2 kHz 3 mono & 1 stereo CH, 2-band EQ, Efx send, pan, level Balanced, XLR & 1/4" TRS 2 x 1/4" TS & 2 x RCA Echo with time and repeat control n/a Treble/Bass 8 ohms L & R or MAIN & MONITOR, with limiter indicators 1 x 1/4" TS per channel One Stereo RCA Yes, 1/4" TS n/a
4 mono & 2 stereo CH, 2-band EQ, Efx send, pan, level Balanced, XLR & 1/4" TRS 2 x 1/4" TS & 2 x RCA 16 programs plus tap delay, 40-bit Momentary, Effect On / Mute and tap 3-band 4 ohms L & R or MAIN & MONITOR, with limiter indicators 2 x 1/4" TS per channel with insert Send and Return One Stereo RCA Yes, 1/4" TS Yes
2 (wireless microphones and receiver 2 (wireless microphones and receiver modules are optional) modules are optional) 1 x Phonic UM99 microphone with 2 x Phonic UM99 microphone with clip, 20' cable, and carry pouch 2 x 30' speaker cables x detachable power cable 1 x PVC dust cover
clip, 2 x 30' speaker cables pouch 20' cable, and carry
1 x detachable power cable 1 x PVC dust cover Power Requirement Dimensions (H x W x D) Net Weight
Switchable between 115VAC / 60Hz Switchable between 115VAC / 60Hz and 230VAC / 50Hz, or optional and 230VAC / 50Hz, or optional 818 x 635 x 352 mm (32.2" x 25" x 13.9") 27 Kg (59.5 lbs) 818 x 635 x 352 mm (32.2" x 25" x 13.9") 28 Kg (61.7 lbs)
635mm / 25"
818mm / 32.2"
V1.1.0 01/05/07 Information in this document is subject to change without notice.
Road Gear 160 / 260
Integrated Mobile Sound System
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Read these instructions before operating this apparatus. 2. Keep these instructions for future reference. 3. Heed all warnings to ensure safe operation. 4. Follow all instructions provided in this document. 5. Do not use this apparatus near water or in locations where condensation may occur. 6. Clean only with dry cloth. Do not use aerosol or liquid cleaners. Unplug this apparatus before cleaning. 7. Do not block any of the ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturers instructions. 8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat. 9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong is provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet. 10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plug, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus. 11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer. 12. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/ apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over. 13. Unplug this apparatus during lighting storms or when unused for long periods of time. 14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK) NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the products enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture. CAUTION: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction....4 Features....4 RoadGear Components...5 Disassembling The RoadGear...6 Initial Setup....6 The RoadGear Mixer....7
Making a Connection....7 Digital Effects Panel.....9 Master Controls.....9
The RoadGear Speakers...10 Microphones....10 Optional Accessories...10 On The Road Application.... 11 Specifications....12 Some Important Information...13
The Combination Docking Lock...13 Latch Position....13 Speaker Load....14 Connecting the Portable Power Supply...14 Carrying The Speakers....14 External DC Power Supply Inlet....14
We at Phonic would like to congratulate you on purchasing one of the RoadGear mobile audio systems, a set of audio equipment superior in design and versatility. The Phonic RoadGear sets allow you to take all the equipment you need to setup an advanced, all-in-one integrated sound system anywhere you go, with a minimum of fuss. The fully self-contained unit includes two full-range speakers, a powered mixer, and dynamic microphones, as well as all the necessary cables. RoadGear also gives you the option of using wireless microphones and supplies enough storage space to pack them conveniently away. Setting up the RoadGear set could not be easier. Just release the docking lock, and, after disassembling the mobile kit, simply position the speakers, and plug them, the microphone, and any other instruments or devices you wish, into the powered mixer. After plugging the powered mixer into an appropriate power supply, your system is ready to use. Not only is it this simple to set up, however, but using the system is also simplistic. Using the controls of the supplied powered mixer, adjust the levels of the inputs, as well as the high, low, and middle frequencies of the inputs, and the digital effects processor. All these features make the RoadGear an easy and convenient solution to a mobile sound system. This users manual is specifically designed to give you accurate information on the function and use of the RoadGear 160 and 260. After thoroughly reading this manual, it is suggested you store it in an easily accessible place for future reference.
RoadGear 160 & 260 Features
Convenient and complete audio package with a stylish luggage-type molded PP casing, making for increased sturdiness. Large Polyurethane wheels, for an extra smooth ride and durability.l 3-band system equalizer.l Two 30 foot speaker cables.l Speaker output with send and return.l Storage compartments for microphones, cables and other accessories.l Optional external battery and wireless microphone.
RoadGear 160 additional features
RoadGear 260 additional features
160 watts of output power (80 watts per channel). Speaker system with 1 compression tweeters and 8 woofers for high pressure sound reproduction. Total 4-channel input powered mixer. 2-band EQ on each input channel. One dynamic microphone with cable. 3 XLR mic inputs with phantom power.l 1 stereo input channel and 1 stereo aux return. High-Definition digital multi-effect processor with 4 programs.
260 watts of output power (130 watts per channel). Speaker system with 1 compression tweeters and 8 woofers for high pressure sound reproduction. Total 6-channel input powered mixer. 2-band EQ on each input channel. Two dynamic microphones with cables. 4 XLR mic inputs with phantom power.l 2 stereo input channel and 1 stereo aux return. High-Definition digital multi-effect processor with 16 programs.
RoadGear User's Manual
Two Speakers with specially molded enclosures One powered mixer built into a specially molded storage case One Phonic UM 99 microphone with 20 foot (6 meter) cable, clip and pouch. Two 30 foot (9 meter) speaker cables Detatchable power cable One transparent dust cover
Two Speakers with specially molded enclosures One powered mixer built into a specially molded storage case Two Phonic UM 99 microphones, each with a 20 foot (6 meter) cable, clip and pouch. Two 30 foot (9 meter) speaker cables Detatchable power cable One transparent dust cover
Use the AC power cable supplied with the RoadGear sets only. When buying the RoadGear, the AC power cable will be specific to the safety and code requirements of the Country of purchase. The ground (earth) pin of the AC power cables male connector should under no circumstances be removed. When taking the RoadGear abroad, check the local voltage and ensure an appropriate power level is used, as selected by the power selection switch on the back panel. (eg. If the local standard is between 100 and 120 Volts, the 115 volt power level should be selected. If the standard is between 220 and 240, then 230 volts should be selected). When the RoadGear is in use, the storage compartment door must be kept open for better ventilation.
Disassembling The RoadGear
To follow is the most convenient way to open and close the RoadGear kits. Following these instructions will ensure trouble-free setup of the RoadGear. 1. You should fi rst unclip docking locks 1 and 2 (indicated below) on either side of the RoadGear. 2. After unhooking these docking locks you can then open the top lock 3. This ensures the RoadGear pieces come apart smoothly.3. Stand the powered mixer upright. 4. To re-assemble the RoadGear pieces, the same order should be taken (side locks fi rst, followed by the the top). This way the pieces will be held securely and fi rmly together. 5. When using the RoadGear speakers, ensure that the docking locks on the rear are locked back into place, to ensure they dont scratch the surface on which they sit.
Please ensure you take note of all setup instructions listed in this manual. The RoadGear 160 and 260 are both used as normal PA systems and therefore all care should be taken in ensuring the correct setting up of equipment. 1. Disassemble the mobile RoadGear set and remove the speakers from the top of the kit. Remove all items you wish to use in your PA system from the RoadGears storage area. Also, place the mixer and speakers in a suitable place. 2. Connect the two speakers to the Powered Mixer, via the supplied speaker cable. An optional speaker stand may be used to increase the height of the speakers. NB. No devices other than speakers should be connected to the speaker outputs. Doing so will likely cause damage to the device. Also, guitar cables should not be used to connect amplifi ers to speakers. 3. Plug all necessary instruments and equipment into the devices various inputs as required. This may include line-signal devices, as well as microphones and/or guitars, keyboards, etc. 4. Plug any necessary equipment into the devices various outputs. This could include monitors, signal processors, and/or recording devices. 5. Ensure all input and out levels are set to the leftmost position.
6. Plug the supplied AC cable into the AC inlet on the back of the RoadGear mixer.
NB. Ensure the power cable has no scratches or cuts that may reveal the wire beneath before plugging into the provided powered mixer as constant setting up and disassembling of equipment may cause insulation to wear.
7. Plug the supplied AC cable into a power outlet of a suitable voltage.
8. Turn the mixer power switch to the on position and set all input and output at appropriate levels to suit your needs. 9. When the RoadGear is in use, the storage compartment door must be kept open for better ventilation.
The RoadGear Mixer
The powered mixer provided with the RoadGear package is equipped with 4 microphone and line input jacks (3 on the RoadGear 160), as well as 2 stereo inputs (1 on the RoadGear 160), and a built in effect processor boasting a 24-bit DSP. All this, plus a basic 3-band system equalizer, ensures your audio always sounds great, on the road.
Making a Connection
4. Tape Out
These outputs will accommodate RCA cables to be fed to a variety of recording devices, such as tape and digital recorders.
5. Effects (EFX) Out
1. Microphone Input Jacks
These XLR jacks are for the input of low level signal devices, most commonly, microphones. For best performance, we suggest using the microphones supplied with the RoadGear set, however they can be used in conjunction with any professional condenser, dynamic or ribbon microphones with standard 3-pin XLR male connectors.
These 1/4 TS outputs are the final output from the effects send mixing bus. This feed may be used to connect to an amplifier and speakers, or to external digital effect processors. When using external processors, the feed can be returned to the Stereo AUX Return ports.
6. Foot Switch
This port allows the inclusion of a foot switch for remote alteration of digital effect properties (on or off).
7. Stereo AUX Return (St AUX Rtn)
2. Line Input Jack
These 1/4 TS phone jacks accept a wide range of input line level devices, such as guitars and keyboards. It can accept unbalanced sources, however any microphones plugged into the microphone input will not work when a line device is attached to this system.
These TS inputs connect the mixer with parallel external devices, such as sub mixers or external effect processors, receiving the processed signal from another source and feeding it to the main mixing bus.
8. Send and Return
3. Stereo 1 and 2 Inputs
These inputs include 2 sets of jacks, one set being standard stereo RCA jacks, the other being stereo 1/4 TS phone jacks, and can be used for the addition of certain playback devices, such as CD players, cassettes, or DAT to the mixer. The RCA and TS jacks can both be used simultaneously; however, in some cases this is unadvisable as the blending of audio may have undesirable results. The audio fed into these inputs is fed to the corresponding stereo input mixing bus.
These connectors allow external signal processing devices to be connected to the built-in power amplifier. Devices that may be connected to these jacks may include equalizers, external effect processors, feedback silencers, and so forth. It is important to keep unity in the send and return signal levels of external devices, as to ensure overloading of inputs does not occur.
9. Speaker Outputs
These jacks are used to connect to speakers, fed from the internal power amplifier. Both sets of outputs are 1/4 TS jacks, which boast an amazing 130 Watts of output (80 Watts for the RoadGear 160) per channel. To use these, simply insert the RoadGear speaker cables 1/4 TS plug into them.
NB. Due to the fact that the signal has been processed by the power amp, these ports should be used in conjunction with speakers only to avoid damaging any other equipment.
Controls and Settings
10. Peak Indicator
This indicator illuminates during high peaks of audio. If this LED illuminates too often the input level of the corresponding channel should be reduced to ensure the audio is not clipped when the level gets too high, which would cause problems in the quality of audio.
11. High Frequency Control
This control alters the degree of high frequencies or treble in the audio of the corresponding channel. Turn clockwise to increase the amount of treble in the sound, and counterclockwise to decrease the amount. Position the knob for a flat response when not in use.
12. Low Frequency Control
This control alters the degree of low frequencies or bass in the audio of the corresponding channel. Turn clockwise to increase the amount of bass in the sound, and turn counterclockwise to decrease the amount. Position the knob at 0 if not in use.
13. EFX Control
This control adjusts the signal level of the corresponding channel to be sent to the EFX (or monitor) mixing bus, for internal digital effect processing (as well as the monitor outputs).
14. PAN/BAL Control
This alternates the degree or level of audio that the left and right side of the main mix should receive. On mono channels, this control will adjust the level of the monaural signal that the left and right should receive, where as on a stereo channel, adjusting the BAL control will increase and attenuate the left or right audio signals accordingly.
15. Level Control
This control alters the audio level of the audio feed to the main mix. This control should be set to the extreme left when the channel is not in use.
16. On/Off Switch and Indicator
This switch is used to turn the corresponding effect panel on or off. When the effect processor is turned on the corresponding LED illuminates.
17. Effect Master Level
This control adjusts the level of the audio to be sent from the corresponding digital effect procesor to the main mixing bus.
18. Program Control
This control is used to scroll through the various effects shown on the Multi-Effect Display. Turning the control will automatically change the program and apply it to the audio.
19. Effect Display
This panel contains numerous LED indicators that illuminate when their corresponding digital effect is selected using the Program control.
20. 3-Band Equalizer
The RoadGears built in 3-band provides perfect control over the high, low and middle frequencies of your audio. Changing the level of high frequencies included in your audio will enhance the treble sounds, such as guitars, as well as enhancing the crispness of vocals. Changing the level of low frequencies in your audio will enhance bass sounds, including drums and bass guitars, and add to the overall warmth of the sound. Changing the middle frequencies can be difficult, but cutting them to the right degree can help to calm overly-harsh vocal and instrumental sounds.
21. Master Level Controls
This control is used to adjust the final volume level of the MAIN LEFT/RIGHT or MAIN/MONITOR audio to be sent to the power amplifier and respective outputs, according to the mode selector settings.
22. Limiter Indicators
There are 2 limiters built-in to the stereo power amplifier featured in the RoadGear 160 and 260. The limiters are activated, and the indicator will illuminate, when the signal level becomes too high to warn the user of the possibility of overloading. If this happens too often, ensure you to turn down the Master Level Control down to a reasonable level. When using a 4 ohm load (ie. when both of the RoadGear speakers are used on the same amp channel), please ensure the Limiter LEDs do not illuminate, as to avoid overload.
23. Mode Selector
This is used to alternate the use of the power amplifier outputs, depending on your setting. If stage monitors are used in your set of speakers, then the switch should be set on the main/mon setting, which will allow you to plug your left and right main speakers into the main power amplifier outputs, as well as a set of stage monitors for performers to listen to their audio. When set on left/right, both sets of power amplifier outputs can be used to output the left and right audio signals to up to four speakers.
24. Phantom Switch
This switch supplies +48V of phantom power to all microphone inputs, used for powering condenser microphones.
NB. Do not use Phantom Power when any unbalanced microphones are in use.
25. Power Switch
This button is used to turn the device on and off. When Power is activated, the corresponding indicator will illuminate.
NB. Turn the Master Level Control to a minimal level before turning the RoadGear on.
26. Power Inlet
This port is used to plug the female end of the included AC power cable. The other end should be connected to an appropriate power source.
27. Voltage Selector
This switch is used to adapt the RoadGear to different Countries voltage levels. You are able to select between 115 volts (which you can use in countries with standard voltages between 100 and 120) and 230 (which you can use in Countries with standard voltages between 220 and 240 volts)
The RoadGear Speakers
The specially molded speakers that are included in both sets provide 8 inch woofers, as well as compression tweeters for high quality sound reproduction. Included with the speakers are two 30 foot speaker cables.
Included with the RoadGear sets will be a dynamic microphone (two with the RoadGear 260), more specifically the Phonic UM 99 microphone. The Phonic UM 99 will no doubt supply you with a fantastically refined sound for use in public addresses or even for vocals in live performances. Also included with each microphone is a 20 foot (6 meter) microphone cable, clip and carry pouch.
In addition to all this, the RoadGear sets provide you with the option of using various added features. Wireless microphones, with 2 module inputs conveniently placed in the compartment of the mixer, are a fantastic way to ensure the microphone cord is never in the way. Speaker stands (along with additional dual speaker mounts) and wall mounting kits, compatible with the RoadGear speakers, enable you to position your speakers in a way that best suits your setting, and for a greater dispersion of audio. The optional DC-DC converters and battery packs provide power to the RoadGear sets when no other power source is around, and the travel bags allow protection and ease when traveling across Country or overseas. These just add to the ease and convenience that RoadGear provides.
On The Road Application
The Phonic RoadGear sets are use the same was as an ordinary PA system would be, but with the convenience of having all the components in one handy package, and as such, has the potential to be set up in a variety different ways. Below is just one of the many possible examples we could have given you in setting up the gear, hopefully giving you a good idea of the amazing possibilities that RoadGear provides.
Drivers Speaker Stand Adapter Output Power Channels Compression tweeter & 8 woofer 35mm 2 x 80W @ 8 ohms 3 mono & 1 stereo CH, Peak indicator, 2-band EQ, Efx send, pan, level XLR & 1/4 TRS 2 x 1/4 TS & 2 x RCA 4 programs Effect On / Mute 3-band L & R or MAIN & MONITOR, with limiter indicators 2 x 1/4 TS per channel with insert Send and Return One Stereo RCA Yes, 1/4 TS Yes
Compression tweeter & 8 woofer 35mm 2 x 130W @ 8 ohms 4 mono & 2 stereo CH, Peak indicator, 2-band EQ, Efx send, pan, level XLR & 1/4 TRS 2 x 1/4 TS & 2 x RCA 16 programs Effect On / Mute 3-band L & R or MAIN & MONITOR, with limiter indicators 2 x 1/4 TS per channel with insert Send and Return One Stereo RCA Yes, 1/4 TS Yes
Mono Channel Connectors Stereo Channel Connectors Multi-effect Processor Foot Switch System EQ Amp Mode Speaker Out Tape Out EFX Out & ST Return Phantom Power Wireless Mic Module Socket Included Accessories
2 (wireless microphones and receiver 2 (wireless microphones and receiver modules are optional) modules are optional) 1 x Phonic UM99 microphone with clip, 20 cable, and carry pouch 2 x 30 speaker cables 1 x detachable power cable 1 x PVC dust cover 2 x Phonic UM99 microphone with clip, 20 cable, and carry pouch 2 x 30 speaker cables 1 x detachable power cable 1 x PVC dust cover Switchable between 115VAC / 60Hz and 230VAC / 50Hz, or optional battery power 818 x 635 x 352 mm (32.2 x 25 x 13.9) 31.4 Kg (69.2 lbs)
Switchable between 115VAC / 60Hz and 230VAC / 50Hz, or optional battery power 818 x 635 x 352 mm (32.2 x 25 x 13.9) 28 Kg (61.7 lbs)
Dimensions (H x W x D) Net Weight
Some Important Information
The Combination Docking Lock The docking locks of the RoadGear are combination locks, which require the user to enter a pre-set combination to open them. Please observe the following instructions to opening the lock. 1) The default code of the lock is 000. Please enter this code the first time you use the RoadGear. 2) To change the locks code, first open the latch and find a small lever on the underneath of the lock. Pull it towards the centre of the lock and up until it sticks into place.
Underneath The RoadGear Combination Lock
3) Change the code dials to your desired secret code. Ensure you either remember the code by heart or write it down somewhere, so as to not have to attempt to break the RoadGear apart in a way that would not be favorable to your equipment. 4) After entering your desired code, replace the small lever underneath the lock into its original position. And Voila! Your new, secret code is set. Latch Position Please ensure, after unpacking the RoadGear set, that the docking locks on the speakers are locked back into place, to ensure the locks do not scratch the surface on which the speaker is standing.
Speaker Load The RoadGear Powered Mixer has a 4 load when both of the RoadGear speakers are used. In this event, please ensure the Limiter LEDs, located by the Phantom Power switches, do not illuminate, even for short flashes, as to avoid over load. Connecting the Portable Power Supply When connecting to the DC-DC power input ports, ensure the rightmost socket is used for the positive connection and the leftmost is used for the negative. The two middle sockets are for grounds. Furthermore, a 48V supply should be used. Warning: The power supply should not exceed 51VDC as to ensure the safe operation of the device. Carrying The Speakers Just a friendly warning: do not attempt to lift the RoadGear speakers with the coded latch below the speaker handles. This could cause irreversible damage to the lock mechanism as they are not designed to take the weight of the entire speaker. External DC Power Supply Inlet
GND GND +
- 48 + 48
BACK VIEW DC-DC CONNECTOR DRAW
When using the optional rechargeable battery pack (model number BP-RG) and 12V DC-DC converter (model number CV-RG) to connect to the DC-DC ports, located at the rear of the RoadGear, ensure the rightmost socket is used for the positive 48VDC connection and the leftmost is used for the negative 48VDC connection (the two middle sockets are for grounds).
Warning: The power supply should not exceed 51V as to ensure the safe operation of the device.
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