With only the audio configuration, the audio system is not yet integrated. Therefore a connection must be made with the TELETASK home automation system by interfacing the audio components with the TELETASK RS232 universal AV interface. The pluggable IR flashers will generate the necessary infrared signals for the audio components to be controlled.
Every audio component should get one IR flashers to transmit to his built-in IR receiver. Indicate the flasher numbers on the configuration drawing.
Alongside of the IR flasher numbers, it is necessary to write down the audio related terms on the drawing. Because of the evolution in the audio world, there can be confusion between traditional audio terms like 'TAPE', 'CD', 'TUNER'; these are mentioned on the amplifier inputs and on the concerned components sources which are connected to them. As an example, the MP3 player source is connected to the VIDEO 1 input on the audio power amplifier.
Because audio integration was already possible at the beginning of domotics age, the traditional audio terms are used. This may cause confusion. Therefore it is possible that the BLU-RAY drive is controlled with the 'CD' button on the TELETASK remote control. Therefore it is necessary to clean-up these confusions right from the beginning.
You will understand that the printed audio functions on the TELETASK remote control are fixed, so the traditional audio source names are to be used 'FM' 'CD' 'HDD' 'MP3' 'DVD' 'VID' 'SAT' 'AUX'. You find our clarifying example here below.
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With the assigning of the IR flashers and the RS232 Port and the clarification of the possible confusion between audio terms, the schematic drawing is now finalised. In the next phase, this schematic is used to integrate the whole installation into the TELETASK 'AV-SOFT' software.