The PL-10 is a compact mixer interface with 8 rotary encoders and LED ladder displays, making it possible to mix live events within the iDR system. It’s ideal for creating and controlling an output mix of cross-point groups. The PL-10 can be assigned to read and adjust different mixes, as the LED bars indicate the levels managed by the iDR unit.
The PL-10 adds to the extensive range of remote control devices available for the iDR-4 and iDR-8 audio mix processor systems. It offers an alternative to the PL-6 fader controller with the advantage that user settings can be stored and recalled without the need to physically move the controls to the new settings. It can be mounted into a plinth or custom furniture, or used free standing. Template cutting details are provided for custom application. The PL-10 interfaces with the Allen & Heath PL-Anet serial port. Multiple PL-10 units can be daisy chained together along with other PL-Anet devices using CAT5 cable. A terminator is provided for plugging into the last unit in the chain. The PL-10 control and indicator functions are programmed using the iDR System Manager software. Space is provided next to the controls for custom labelling.
“In conjunction with the A&H iDr digital systems these simple to use control panels are the ideal solution for churches looking for a dedicated, solid and efficient sound system that requires no specialist know-how to use. Doing away with large, complicated mixer consoles covered in buttons, dials and faders, the iDr ‘brains’ are setup up to your optimal requirements and hidden away so only the PL10 panel is used by the worship leader, PA operative or anyone else! Simply control the volume of your microphones, CD player, musical instruments etc without risk of tweeking the wrong dial and so altering the ideal settings – this really is as simple as it looks!”
The PL-10 is ideal as a remote mix controller, for example as a simple operator controlled mix panel in an installed sound system, or as a personal musicians on-stage mix controller for in-ear monitors. The installer can program the unit according to the requirements of the application, providing the degree of control needed by the day to day operator.
8 Rotary Encoders can be configured individually for continuous input, output, group, crosspoint level control or monitor level. Minimum and maximum ranges can be set. Each rotary encoder has 8 LEDs displaying the control position.
16 Switches, arranged as two per rotary encoder, can be configured as combinations of level up/down, mute toggle, polarity toggle, audio monitor select, or preset recall. 24 LED indicators, arranged as three per fader, can be configured as combinations of 3 colour signal meters, mute status, channel on indication, level sensing or preset related 3 colour LED indication. Controls can be disabled if not required. A single 3 colour Status LED displays PLAnet power and communication status. Custom labels can be fitted into the recessed areas provided (13 x 7mm).