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    KP10A-BUS keypadInstallation Guide
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    CONTENTSIntroduction..................................................3System options............................................4Installation notes.........................................8Rear panel connections............................10Keypad controls.........................................12Operating instructions...............................14Local source selection...............................16Remote control...........................................17Technical specifications............................18Limited warranty........................................192 Incognito KP10
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    KP10 A-BUS keypadINTRODUCTIONThank you for purchasing this Cambridge Audio Incognito product. Incognito is a costeffective, modular based system using standard Cat-5 or Cat-6 cable to distribute hi-fiquality sound and video around a home.The KP10 is an in-wall, A-BUS TM compatible amplified keypad with buttons for control ofspeaker volume levels, Standby/On and source select (with compatible equipment), aswell as having an IR window for receiving remote control signals. The KP10 can connect toA-BUS hubs, A-BUS Ready receivers, or to the Incognito Ready outputs of Cambridge Audioreceivers and amplifiers using Cat-5 wiring. The KP10 then connects to speakers usingconventional speaker cable.The KP10 keypad fits into any wall and is available with different finishes to complimentvarious decorative schemes. The KP10 is fitted on the wall by fixing it into a standard singleJ-box electricians back-box. All knock-outs in the back-box should be removed to providemaximum ventilation. Care should be taken in choosing a site for the KP10, and alwaysrefer to the precautions in this guide. Bear in mind it is not always preferable to fit theKP10 next to a light switch, particularly if the faceplates will differ.Thanks for taking the time to read this manual, we do recommend you keep it for futurereference.Matthew BrambleTechnical DirectorIncognito A-BUS keypad 3
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    SYSTEM OPTIONSThe KP10 keypad can be used in two main configurations:1. As part of a full Incognito system, where it is plugged into an Incognito hub (AH10),perhaps with other Incognito accessories such as a video switching unit (VH10) or localinput module (LM10) fitted.2. Where the keypad is plugged directly into an A-BUS Ready/Incognito Ready output of acompatible Cambridge Audio (or other brand) A/V Receiver or Amplifier, no otheraccessories are possible other than the required power supply and remote control/s.The KP10 has two modes of operation to support these configurations, AH10 mode andStandard A-BUS/Incognito Ready mode. The modes are selected by setting the Modeswitch, located on the rear of the KP10.Note: Setting the Mode switch to the wrong setting can cause erroneous operation!Full Incognito systemFor use in a full Incognito system (see diagram opposite) the Mode Switch MUST be in the"AH10" position as shown below:KP10-CU rearAH10Std. A-BUS/Incognito ReadyModeAH10ModeStd. A-BUS/IncognitoReadyPlease consult the AH10 Incognito Multi-Room Installation Guide for full details of thevarious options available for the full Incognito system.4 Incognito A-BUS keypad
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    KP10 A-BUS keypadSS10SS10Speaker cableSpeaker cableKP10-CUKP10-CUCat-5/5e cableAH10PS10Incognito A-BUS keypad 5
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    A-Bus Ready / Incognito ReadyFor use with an A-BUS Ready/Incognito Ready unit (see diagram opposite) the Mode switchMUST be in the "Standard A-BUS/Incognito Ready" position as shown below:KP10-CU rearAH10Std. A-BUS/Incognito ReadyModeAH10ModeStd. A-BUS/IncognitoReadyIn this configuration the keypad is wired directly to the amplifier/receiver. A Power SupplyUnit (PS10) is also required to power the one or two keypads as shown.To allow control of your source equipment from the remote rooms an IR emitter (IR10) isplugged into one of the IR outputs on the rear of the unit and then attached over the IRwindow of the source unit. Alternatively, on our own products that feature IR emitter Inputs,a mini-jack to mini-jack lead can be used.Commands received by the keypads can now be sent back to the source equipment via theamplifier. It is then possible to control the source equipment from the remote rooms byusing the source equipment's own remote controls or through a learning remote. TheIncognito LR10 Learning Remote can fully control the keypads, learn the source's remotecontrols and change source input on the amplifier etc.6 Incognito A-BUS keypad
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    KP10 A-BUS keypadSS10SS10Speaker cableSpeaker cableLR10KP10-CUKP10-CUCat5/5e cablePS10CAP5Multi-Roomazur 640A Integrated Amplifier V2.0IR1IR3IR2IR4Impedance 4 - 8 ohmsLeftBRightLeftAOffDVDProtection LEDindicators:OnTuner / DABPowerDesigned in London, Englandwww.cambridge-audio.comRightMax Power Consumption: 700WIR EmitterPSUInInFault requiringservice (DC)Keypad 1Control BusKeypad 2InOutMains Voltage Selector Switch (50 / 60Hz)Over temperatureInternational Patent Pending LeisureTech Electronics Pty LtdTemporary overloadAuxCDAV / MDRec Out 2Rec Out 1Tape InPre-OutLoudspeaker shortLeftRightVolLeftPower ACRightAutoClippingPlease refer toyour User's Manualfor more informationManufactured in anISO9002 approved facilityRightALeftBRightLeftAmplifier(eg 640A V2.0)Impedance 4 - 8 ohmsLoudspeaker TerminalsPre-OutTape InRec Out 1Rec Out 2AV / MDDVDTuner / DABCDAuxImportantPlease ensure that loudspeaker terminals are fully tightenedVeuillez s'assurer que les bornes de l'enceinte sont entirement serresCaution Risk of electric shock. Do not open. Avis Risque de choc electrique. Ne pas ouvrir. Achtung Vorm ffnen des grates. Netzstecker ziehen.Mini-jack leadIR10azur 640CCompact Disc PlayerOpenCloseStandby / OnClass 1 Laser ProductLuokan 1 LaserplaiteKlass 1 LaserapparatPower OffInOutIR EmitterInMax Power Consumption: 18WRightManufactured in anISO9002 approved facilityazur 640C Compact Disc Player V2.0LeftCautionRisk of electric shockDo not openAvisRisque de choc electriqueNe pas ouvrirAchtungVorm offnen des geratesNetzstecker ziehenRightLine OutputPower ACCD player(eg 640C V2.0)Designed in London, EnglandDigital OutputsLeftOnSkipScanStopLine OutputControl BusMains Voltage Selector Switch (50 / 60Hz)PlayPauseS/P DIFCo-axialToslinkOpticalwww.cambridge-audio.comIncognito A-BUS keypad 7
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    INSTALLATION NOTESThe KP10 is fitted on the wall by fixing it into a standard single USA-type J-Box (electriciansback-box). All knock-outs in the back-box should be removed to provide maximumventilation.Where it is desired to fit a mains lighting switch etc next to a keypad, a barrier-box or twosingle back-boxes must be used (bear in mind it is not preferable to fit the keypad next to alight-switch particularly if the faceplate styles will differ). Only a qualified electrician shouldattempt such installations.Avoid fitting the KP10 where there is line of sight to another KP10. In such situations bothkeypads may pick up the same commands from a remote control and it will be difficult tocontrol each zone independently.Avoid fitting the KP10 where there is line of sight to the source equipment for the system.In such situations the source equipment may pick up the same IR commands directly asare picked up by the keypad and sent to the source equipment. This can interfere with theremote operation of the source equipment.Do not fit the keypad in areas directly lit by strong sunlight or where it will be strongly lit byfluorescent tubes. These can be sources of infra-red energy which can interfere with theremote control operation of the system. Some plasma televisions can radiate a lot of infrared energy and care should be taken if fitting a KP10 near a plasma screen television.Avoid placing the KP10 near to dimmer switches or other items, which generate a lot ofelectrical noise.8 Incognito A-BUS keypad
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    KP10 A-BUS keypadSafety precautionsCare should be taken when choosing the site for a KP10, the keypad must never beinstalled in a back-box which also contains mains wiring or in areas of high humidity.The KP10 runs on 24 V DC supplied through the connecting cable. As such there is nomains voltage present in the KP10 and the unit is often safe to fit in areas where only extralow voltage (ELV) equipment is permitted. However, it is imperative that you always checkthe wiring regulations in force for your application and area.FaceplatesThe KP10 faceplate system is based on the Decora TM standard and is interchangeable withthe wide range of faceplates made by manufacturers such as Leviton etc that conform tothis standard. If it is desired to fit another faceplate, it can be replaced by gently prisingapart the KP10 faceplate and snapping on another in its place.Fitting the keypadRemove the supplied faceplate from the KP10 by gently prising apart. It will pop off.Connect each wire in the Cat-5 cable to its respective terminal in the screw-downconnector on the back of the KP10 (refer to the Cat-5 to KP10 screw-down connectorsdiagram in the Rear panel connections section of this guide). The recommendedmaximum length for use with standard Cat-5 cable is 30m from hub to keypad in total(screened Cat-5 cable can also be used). After making the wiring connections, fit the KP10to the back-box with the two supplied 6x32 UNC 35mm screws. Gently push the faceplateback on to the module.Note: If in doubt about any aspect of installation or wiring, seek professional advice from aqualified installer.Incognito A-BUS keypad 9
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    REAR PANEL CONNECTIONSorangeorange / whitegreengreen / whiteblueblue / whitebrownbrown / white11Cat5 to KP10 screw-down connectorsA Cat-5 cable (terminated with an RJ45 jackplug) is used to connect the KP10 to an AH10hub or A-BUS Ready receiver. The KP10 hasscrew-down connectors for the eightindividual conductors of the Cat-5 cable (usea small flat-bladed screwdriver). See belowfor the EIA/TIA 568A wiring standard:21 2 3 4 5 6 7 8R+RLL+31472View fromcontact end12345678white /greengreenwhite /orangebluewhite /blueorangewhite /brownbrownAH1063Std. A-BUS/Incognito ReadyGather pairs, trim andinsert into RJ45 plug5R+ R - L- L+10 Incognito A-BUS keypad4Crimp wiressecurely in place
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    KP10 A-BUS keypad2Gain adjustThe maximum output of the KP10 can be limited by turning these down. Alternatively, if thesound level is too quiet, the Gain can be turned up.3Mode switchSelects between AH10 mode and Standard A-BUS Ready/Incognito Ready mode.4I.C.PIn-circuit programming socket, used to upgrade keypad software when necessary.5Speaker outputConnect to a pair of speakers with two runs of standard high-quality speaker cable.Speakers of at least 88 dB SPL for 1W @ 1 metre efficiency should be used with the KP10.Speakers from 48 ohms can be used. The Incognito SS10 speakers are an ideal match.6LK10 optionAllows control of source equipment via an LK10 Learning Keypad.7 Preamp outputA preamp output is provided for optional use driving a powered subwoofer or auxiliaryamplifier. Connection from the preamp output to other equipment should be by screenedaudio cable (see diagram below).Line-in/Line-outconnectionson subwooferScreened audio cablePreampoutputconnectionson rear ofKP10Incognito A-BUS keypad 11
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    KEYPAD CONTROLSThe six LEDs indicate the function statusof the KP10. Listed below are each of thefunctions of the corresponding LEDs:3214Minimum volume / Source select5162 Volume / Source select / Bass adjust/ Local Source Selection Mode83 Volume / Source select / Treble adjust/ Local Source Selection Mode1179104 Volume / Source select / Balanceadjust / Local Source Selection Mode5 Volume / Source select / Fader adjust/ Local Source Selection Mode6Maximum volume / Source select12For full instructions on volumeadjustment, source selection, soundadjustment and local source selectionmodes, refer to the Operatinginstructions section of this guide.12 Incognito A-BUS keypad
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    KP10 A-BUS keypad7 Standby/OnPress to switch the keypad between On and Standby mode. By pressing and holdingthe Standby button for about 2 seconds, all KP10s connected to the AH10 hub willbe turned off. If the KP10 is connected to a Cambridge Audio Incognito ReadyAmplifier rather than an AH10 hub, the amplifier will be turned off.8 Volume upPress to increase the volume or other sound adjustment.9 Source select (right)Use this key to select the current active source.Volume downPress to decrease the volume or other sound adjustment.10Source select (left)Use this key to select the current active source.11IR windowPoint the Incognito LR10 Learning Remote towards this window. A small flashing LEDbehind this window indicates operation.12Incognito A-BUS keypad 13
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    OPERATING INSTRUCTIONSImportant!As mentioned previously, the KP10 can be switched between two modes of operation; astandard A-BUS mode for compatibility with other manufacturers A-BUS Ready equipment(Standard A-BUS/Incognito Ready mode), and an Incognito A-BUS hub mode (AH10 mode).When used with other manufacturers A-BUS Ready equipment the keypad MUST beswitched to Standard A-BUS/Incognito Ready mode or they will not work.Volume adjustmentVolume is adjusted using the volume up and volume down buttons on the keypad orremote; this is indicated on the keypad by the intensity of the blue LED lights, there are fourlevels of intensity.Source selectionThe Source left and right buttons allow you to choose from multiple connected sources.The LED display will indicate which source is selected.Sound adjustment modesPressing the Power/Standby button while holding the Volume down key activates thesound adjustment modes, the four central LEDs on the keypad will then light in sequenceto indicate each of the four sound adjustment modes; Bass, Treble, Balance and Fader.These modes can also be activated using the 'Select' button on the remote control.After holding both buttons down for a short period, the second LED on the keypad will lightindicating that Bass adjust mode has been activated. In this mode pressing the Volumeup/down keys will adjust the Bass (low frequencies) level.14 Incognito A-BUS keypad
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    KP10 A-BUS keypadContinuing to hold both keys down will light the third LEDindicating that Treble adjust mode has been activated. Inthis mode pressing the Volume up/down keys will adjust theTreble (high frequencies) level.BassTrebleBalanceFaderContinuing to hold both buttons will light the fourth LEDindicating that Balance adjust mode has been activated. Inthis mode pressing the Volume up/down keys will adjust thesound level between the left and right speakers.Continuing to hold both buttons will light the fifth LEDindicating that Fader adjust mode has been activated. Inthis mode pressing the Volume up/down keys will adjust thebalance between the main speakers and anything that isconnected to the preamp output. This adjustment onlybeing relevant if the preamp output is used. The volume upand down buttons on the remote control can also be used toadjust the sound in each mode.Note: If no adjustment is made the system will automaticallygo back to volume adjustment after two seconds.Incognito A-BUS keypad 15
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    LOCAL SOURCE SELECTIONNote: This feature is only available if the KP10 is part of afull Incognito multi-room system with one or two Local InputModules (LM10) fitted.2345The local source selection mode will need to be activated toconfigure the KP10 correctly. This mode is only availablewhen the Mode Switch is set to AH10 mode. LM10s canonly be used in this mode. Please refer to your LM10Installation Guide for more information.Pressing the Select left or right buttons on the keypad allowsyou to rotate through all six sources as default. However, it ispossible to allow the addition of one or two local sources byaccessing Local source selection mode. To enter this modepress the Volume up button simultaneously with the Powerbutton for four seconds; the LED display will then scrollthrough the sequence shown in the illustration right anddescribed as follows:After holding both buttons down for a short period, LED 2will light indicating that Sources 16 (default) are availablefor selection.Continuing to hold both keys down will light LED 3 indicating that Sources 16 + Localsource 1 mode is available for selection.Continuing to hold both buttons will light LED 4 indicating that Sources 16 + Localsource 1 + Local source 2 mode is available for selection.16 Incognito A-BUS keypad
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    KP10 A-BUS keypadContinuing to hold Volume up and Power buttons will light LED 5, to indicate that Off modeis available for selection, and no source will be selected.To select these modes, wait till the corresponding LED is lit and then release Powerand Volume up buttons.Note: If no adjustment is made the system will automatically go back to volumeadjustment after two seconds. If Standard A-BUS/Incognito Ready mode isselected on the Mode switch, the KP10 will only rotate round the main 6 sources.REMOTE CONTROLThe KP10 can be used with the Incognito LR10 remote control,a sophisticated learning remote which is able to learn thecodes of all the source equipment remotes. Once programmedthe user can thus use the LR10 to perform all operations fromone remote.The LR10 is also suitable where the KP10 is to be connected tothe A-BUS Ready outputs of AV receivers and amplifiers insteadof one of our hubs as it can learn the relevant source changecommands etc of the receiver or amplifier as well as the sourceequipment.Note: Please refer to the Incognito LR10 manual for furtherinformation.Incognito A-BUS keypad 17
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    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONSInput impedanceFrequency responseTHDS/N ratioVolume control rangeBass control rangeTreble control rangeBalance control rangePreamp outputIR pass throughSpeaker impedancePower requirement45 k ohms20Hz 20kHz +/- 1dB<0.2% @ 1W, 20Hz 20 kHz> 80 dB A weighted- 80 dB, 36 steps+/- 16 dB, 2 dB steps+/- 16 dB, 2 dB steps+/- 40 dB, 9 steps either wayVariable level, follows volume setting3440 kHz and 5458 kHzmodulation frequencies supported48 ohms24 V DC @ 1A max (supplied by hub)This guide is designed to make installing and using this product as easy as possible. Information in this document has beencarefully checked for accuracy at the time of printing; however, Cambridge Audio's policy is one of continuous improvement,therefore design and specifications are subject to change without prior notice. If you notice any errors please feel free to emailus at: support@cambridgeaudio.comThis document contains proprietary information protected by copyright. All rights are reserved. No part of this manual may bereproduced by any mechanical, electronic or other means, in any form, without prior written permission of the manufacturer. Alltrademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.Incognito and Incognito Ready are trademarks of Cambridge Audio Ltd. All rights reserved. Copyright Cambridge Audio Ltd 2005A-BUS and A-BUS Ready are registered trademarks of LeisureTech Electronics Pty Ltd Australia.18 Incognito A-BUS keypad
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    KP10 A-BUS keypadLIMITED WARRANTYCambridge Audio warrants this product to be free from defects in materials and workmanship (subject to the termsset forth below). Cambridge Audio will repair or replace (at Cambridge Audios option) this product or any defectiveparts in this product. Warranty periods may vary from country to country. If in doubt consult your dealer and ensurethat you retain proof of purchase.To obtain warranty service, please contact the Cambridge Audio authorised dealer from which you purchased thisproduct. If your dealer is not equipped to perform the repair of your Cambridge Audio product, it can be returned byyour dealer to Cambridge Audio or an authorised Cambridge Audio service agent. You will need to ship this product ineither its original packaging or packaging affording an equal degree of protection.Proof of purchase in the form of a bill of sale or receipted invoice, which is evidence that this product is within thewarranty period, must be presented to obtain warranty service.This warranty is invalid if (a) the factory-applied serial number has been altered or removed from this product or (b)this product was not purchased from a Cambridge Audio authorised dealer. You may call Cambridge Audio or yourlocal country Cambridge Audio distributor to confirm that you have an unaltered serial number and/or you purchasedfrom a Cambridge Audio authorised dealer.This warranty does not cover cosmetic damage or damage due to acts of God, accident, misuse, abuse, negligence,commercial use, or modification of, or to any part of, the product. This warranty does not cover damage due toimproper operation, maintenance or installation, or attempted repair by anyone other than Cambridge Audio or aCambridge Audio dealer, or authorised service agent which is authorised to do Cambridge Audio warranty work. Anyunauthorised repairs will void this warranty. This warranty does not cover products sold AS IS or WITH ALL FAULTS.REPAIRS OR REPLACEMENTS AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS WARRANTY ARE THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY OF THECONSUMER. CAMBRIDGE AUDIO SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGESFOR BREACH OF ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY IN THIS PRODUCT. EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITEDBY LAW, THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIESWHATSOEVER INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR APRACTICAL PURPOSE.Some countries and US states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages orimplied warranties so the above exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and youmay have other statutory rights, which vary from state to state or country to country.Incognito A-BUS keypad 19
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