FIS 1124 – MXL Voice – Installation, Operation and Maintenance

Overview: Learn to install, operate and maintain an MXLV integrated voice evacuation system. A functional description of the system and modules, including single and multiple channel configurations and the various system architectures, will be taught. Hands-on labs allow students to work with the hardware as well as the Acculink software (CSG-M) of the MXLV system.

Participants: Persons responsible for engineering, installing, maintaining or operating an MXL Voice System.

Topic:

You Will Learn To:

Voice System Basics

• Understand the basic principles of an analog voice system.
• Identify voice hardware.
• Understand the difference between Distributed and Bulk Amplification.
• Install proper shielding.

3-Channel Voice

• Understand the concept of a 1-, 2-, and 3-channel voice system.
• Explain the concepts of various Zone cards used for audio distribution.
• Understand Bulk Amplifiers and Supervision.

Transponders

• Install networks for voice systems including master/remote and peer-to-peer networks.

Shielding

• Install proper shielding for low-level and high-level audio.

Workshop Exercises

• Operate an MXL Voice panel in emergency and maintenance situations.

Prerequisites:  Successful completion of FIS 1114. Knowledge of Acculink software is helpful.

Course Length: Four days ending at noon on the fourth day.

CEUs: 2.7

Additional Information: Students are required to bring a laptop computer to training.

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