Nady Systems UIC80PP, W1KULTBAND1, W1KUHTBAND1, W1KU User Manual

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O w n e r ’ s M a n u a l

W-1KU

1000 Channel UHF Wireless System

Contents

 

Introduction..............................................................................................................................

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Using this Manual....................................................................................................................

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System Features......................................................................................................................

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Quick User Controls Guide......................................................................................................

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System Operation....................................................................................................................

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W-1KU Receiver...................................................................................................................

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HT-1KU Handheld Microphone Transmitter........................................................................

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BT-1KU Bodypack Microphone Transmitter........................................................................

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Specifications..........................................................................................................................

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Cautions and Troubleshooting.................................................................................................

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Miscellaneous Tips..................................................................................................................

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Frequency...............................................................................................................................

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Accessories.............................................................................................................................

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Service Information.................................................................................................................

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Warranty..................................................................................................................................

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Introduction

Thank you for choosing the Nady W-1KU wireless system, and congratulations on your choice. The W-1KU has the best performance and price value in professional UHF wireless, offering clear-channel, frequency-agile operation on the UHF band for interference-free performance in any application or locale. The W-1KU delivers 1000 user selectable channels, frequency synthesized in 00-09 groups and 00-99 channels in

the US frequency band 672MHz-697MHz. The W-1KU features proprietary companding and low-noise circuitry for an industry-best 120dB dynamic range, and the clearest, most natural sound available in wireless today.

Using This Manual

This booklet provides instructions for the operation of the W-1KU and includes a description of features, a quick user controls guide, a step by step guide to operations for each unit, system specifications, a troubleshooting guide, miscellaneous tips,

and servicing information.

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System Features

W-1KU Receiver

Unsurpassed state-of-the-art PLL UHF performance with 120dB dynamic range and operation up to 500 feet line-of sight

1000 user selectable UHF frequencies per band

True Diversity circuitry with two complete front ends for maximizing range and most effective elimination of dropouts

Sophisticated IF filtering for simultaneous operation of HT-1KU or BT-1KU systems in the same location

Front panel touch control buttons and user-friendly LCD configuration menus

ASC(Auto-Sync Channel) IR download feature sends selected Group/Channel information to transmitter via IR sender for easy frequency synchronization

Front panel backlit LCD display indicates selected audio output Volume level, Group, Channel, RF signal strength meter, A/B Diversity antenna status; Separate audio LED bar graph display provides instantaneous audio level status from

a distance

Back panel Balanced XLR Mic level and Unbalanced 1⁄4” Line level audio output jacks, squelch control, RF BNC connectors for dual removable 1/2 wave antennas, and DC power input jack

Externally powered (adapter included).

Rugged all-metal housing—optionally rack mountable (single or dual)

HT-1KU Handheld and

BT 1KU Bodypack Transmitters

Choice of transmitters: HT-1KU or BT-1KU, all with 1000 easily selectable channels: manually with up/down buttons on units or via IR Sync download of selected channel for easy synchronization with receiver

HT-1KU Handheld transmitter features a sleek, durable all-metal housing; power Off/On switch; internal antenna system; and superior neodymium cartridge for clear, powerful audio, maximum feedback rejection, and minimal handling noise

BT-1KU bodypack transmitter (choice of three versions: LT, LT/HM, or GT) features road worthy all-metal case; power Off/ Mute/On switch; flexible external antenna rod; and mini locking connector for lapel (LT), Headmic(LT/HM), or instrument (GT) applications

HT-1KU and BT-1KU transmitters feature LCD displays indicating selected Group, Channel, Volume (Input Audio Level), and Battery level status; transmitting High/Low RF power switch for optimizing distance operation depending on application; and operation with two AA batteries (alkaline or rechargeable NiMH) for longest reliable, economical battery life

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Quick User Controls Guide

W-1KU Receiver: Front View

GROUP CHANNEL VOL

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GROUP CHANNEL VO

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1.AF/PEAK LED TREE Shows audio level—the RED LED indicates maximum audio level allowable

2.LCD DISPLAY For indication of GRP (00-09)/CH (00-99), Volume Levels (0-63), A-B Diversity, and RF signal strength indicator 1-6 bars

3.DIVERSITY A/B INDICATORS Indicates A or B receiver active when transmitter is on

4.FREQUENCY GROUP Indicates selected frequency group from 00-09

5.FREQUENCY CHANNEL Indicates selected frequency channel from 00-99

6.OUTPUT VOLUME CONTROL Indicates selected output volume level range from 00-63

7.RF SIGNAL METER Indicates received signal strength level from 1-6 bars

8.SET To scroll LCD menu and set the selected program/function

9.UP BUTTON To change the receiver output VOL level, GRP/CH up by one step at a time

DOWN BUTTON To change the receiver output VOL level, GRP/CH down by one step at a time

10.IR Infrared LED transmitter window for linking the RX to the TX for frequency download

11.SYNC BUTTON Press to make the IR link download the receiver’s selected frequency to the TX. Positioning the HT-1KU/BT-1KU transmitters’ IR window 6”-12” away from the RX IR window, press the SYNC button once and wait one second for the RX to respond.

If the IR data download is successful the RX will show all six RF LCD bars and one of the Diversity antenna icons on the LCD display.

12.POWER BUTTON Press for one second to turn receiver ON-OFF

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W-1KU Receiver: Back View

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13.DC INPUT JACK For connecting external AC/DC adapter for powering receiver

14.DC POWER SUPPLY UNIT DC15VDC/400mA

15.BALANCED MIC OUT Audio output— fixed mic level

16.MUTE (SQUELCH) CONTROL Controls the mute level for the receiver—turn CCW for maximum range; turn CW, if needed, to minimize noises from outside RF interference upon muting

17.UNBALANCED AUDIO OUT Line level audio output—adjustable

18.RF CONNECTORS A/B Antenna jacks for RF True Diversity reception

19.ANTENNA 1/2 wave antennas for A/B connectors

Mounting Rackears for Receiver

20.SINGLE UNIT RACK MOUNT KIT

(Optional) RMK-1KUS

21.DUAL UNIT RACK MOUNT KIT

(Optional) RMT-1KUD

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Quick User Controls Guide

HT-1KU Handheld Transmitter

 

 

 

 

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22.BATTERY COVER Unscrew to insert two AA alkaline batteries

23.MIC BALL Windscreen

24. LCD DISPLAY For indication of GRP (00-09)/CH (00-99), INPUT AUDIO LEVEL, and BATTERY status (1 bar=empty). See 37/38/39 in diagram above for display indicators detail.

25.UP BUTTON To change the VOL level or GRP/CH settings up by one step at a time

DOWN BUTTON To change the VOL level or GRP/CH down by one step at a time

26.SET To scroll LCD menu and set the selected program/function

27.POWER HI/LOW RF power level setting for high or low RF output power

28.ON/OFF SWITCH Slide power switch up-down to turn ON-OFF

29.INTERNAL ANTENNA Built-In antenna

30.IR RECEPTOR SENSOR/WINDOW Infrared LED sensor for linking the TX to the RX during IR frequency download.

31.BATTERY COMPARTMENT

32.2 x AA ALKALINE BATTERIES

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