|Overview||Installing||Setting Up||Options||Volume Control|
With the Sentry installed in the usual way (see Installation page), the AT-1 is connected to the audio system between the mixer (or pre amp) and the amplifier. It is then connected back to the Sentry using a 4-core control cable.
The Sentry measures the sound levels using its microphone. If the limit is reached, it instructs the AT-1 to reduce the volume accordingly.
If the levels continue to be too high (the AT-1 has been bypassed, or a live band is using their own equipment) then the power to the mains sockets will be cut.
This approach satisfies the authorities, cutting power as required, but first tries to avoid ruining the entertainment by simply limiting the volume.
Acoustic Absorption in a Full Club
The acoustics of a full venue are different to an empty one. As the Sentry / AT-1 setup is driven by a microphone, this absorption of the sound is automatically taken into account.
What Do I Need?
A full system with mains power control and automatic volume control consists of the following items:
Other options that are available for the Sentry can be seen on the Options page.
|Prices and Ordering|
|SENTRY||Music Noise Monitor and Controller||£585.00|
|AT-1||Automatic Volume Control for use with Sentry||£399.00|
|SEN-071||32 Amp Fused Contactor for Sentry Music Controller||£110.00|
|SEN-073R||Remote Display for Sentry Music Controller||£290.00|
|SEN-073/T||Seven Day Timer for Sentry Music Controller||£50.00|
|SEN-073/C||Reset Counter for Sentry Music Controller||£40.00|
|SEN-074P||Push Button Remote Reset for Sentry Music Controller||£28.00|
|SEN-074K||Key Switch Remote Reset for Sentry Music Controller||£38.00|
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