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Sun Capsule

on Board T- Max with Audio


System

Hookup and Programming
Guide













The Most Trusted Name In Tanning


Component List




Timer
Display
Timer Board
w/enclosure
box





Power Cable

MP3 Cable




Comm A
Cable
Comm B
Cable




Mounting
Bracket
Sun Capsule
Audio
System




Mount the Sun Capsule Audio System to the mounting bracket before you mount the bracket
onto the booth.



Mount the bracket with the Sun Capsule Audio System to the back of the outside ceiling of the
booth.



Mount the black Timer Board box to the ceiling so it is sitting on top of the Sun Capsule Audio
System.



Mount the Timer Display inside the tanning area of the Sun Capsule tanning booth.





Connect the A side of the Comm A cable to the back of the Timer Display. Connect the other
side to the Comm port on the Sun Capsule box. (It does not matter which port it is plugged
into).






Connect the B side of the Comm B cable to the Timer Board. Connect the other side to the
Comm port on the Sun Capsule Audio box.





Connect the Timer/Audio Power cord to the metal junction box on the ceiling of the unit.
Connect the AC Power cord to the Sun Capsule Audio box. Connect the Timer power cord to
the Timer Display box.





Connect the red MP3 Input wire to the red MP3 Input on the Sun Capsule Audio box. Connect
the white MP3 Input wire to the white MP3 Input on the Sun Capsule Audio box. Run the black
MP3 J ack end through the ceiling of the unit into the tanning area.





Connect the white 4-wire Remote Timer plug from the Timer Board to the metal junction box on
the outside ceiling of the booth.





Connect the metal clips of the speaker wire to the speakers on the ceiling of the booth.
Connect the bare wire ends of the speaker wire to the left and right speaker outputs on the Sun
Capsule Audio board. Connect the red wire to the red terminal and the black wire to the black
terminal.




Setting the Parameters

You must have the RJ 22 Daisy Chain wire unplugged from the Timer Board in order
to set the parameters.


Press and hold the Start/Stop and the Volume Up buttons together at the same time until the
parameter screen appears.

The arrow to the left will indicate which feature you are on.

-Press the Volume Up button to select the parameter number.

-Press the Start/Stop button to move the arrow down to Value.

-Press the Volume Up button to select the values for that parameter.

-Press the Start/Stop button to save the features set.

For example: To set a 5 minute delay: When the arrow is set on the Parameter option,
press the Volume Up button until it shows parameter number 3. Then press the Start/Stop
button to move the arrow down to Value. Once the arrow is on the Value option, press the
Volume Up button until the value shows the number 5.

To save, press the Start/Stop button once.

To exit, press and hold both the Volume Up and Volume Down buttons at the same time. The
display will go back to the main screen.



An FM Antenna is required in order for the FM Stations to receive a signal.

Parameters
PARM RANGE FUNCTION DEFAULT VALUE
1 1 - 128, 254, 255 Unit Address 1
3 0 - 10 Session Delay in Minutes 3
5 Session Count 0
6 0 - 65535 Lamp Hours 0
7 0 - 65535 Bed Hours 0
8 0 - 65535 Manual Sessions 0
9 0, 1 Dirty Function, 0=Off, 1=On (Start/Stop to Clear) 1
10 0, 1 Key Lock, 0=Off, 1=On 0
13 0 - 10 Cool Down Time (Minutes) (Recommend 0) 5
15 0 - 65535 Unchangeable Session Count 0
19 TPI Enable 0
20 0 - 100 Default Session Volume 1
21 0 - 100 Idle Volume 1
29 0 - 100 Max Volume 10
30 0 - 6 Default Audio Source
0 - Line
1 - AUX (MP3)
2 FM1
3 FM2
4 FM3
5 FM4
6 FM5
2
33 0, 1 AUDIO KEYS ENDABLED IN IDLE MODE 0
41 0, 1 TEMPERATURE SENSE ENABLE 0
44 0 - 30 AMP COMMS TIMEOUT 6
51 0 - 255 FRACTIONAL LAMP HOURS 0
52 0 - 255 FRACTIONAL BED HOURS 0
65 881 1079 FM 1 STATION PRESET 875
66 881 - 1079 FM 2 STATION PRESET 875
67 881 - 1079 FM 3 STATION PRESET 875
68 881 - 1079 FM 4 STATION PRESET 875
69 881 - 1079 FM 5 STATION PRESET 875
70 0, 1 LINE INPUT ENABLE 1
71 0, 1 AUX INPUT ENABLE 1
72 0, 1 FM INPUT ENABLE 1
73 0, 8 DMX INPUT ENABLE, NUMBER OF DMX CH 0
75 0 - 255 VOLUME 0 0
76 0 - 255 VOLUME 1 2
77 0 255 VOLUME 2 5
78 0 255 VOLUME 3 10
79 0 255 VOLUME 4 15
80 0 255 VOLUME 5 20
81 0 255 VOLUME 6 25
82 0 255 VOLUME 7 45
83 0 255 VOLUME 8 60
84 0 255 VOLUME 9 85
85 0 - 255 VOLUME 10 100