'MicroSD Card'

Common SD card information is displayed in the upper mask area.

If a new or unconfigured SD card is inserted, the 'SD-Card Info' group will be marked in red letters. In order to accept the hardware change, make use of the accept button. The sound entries listbox represents a list of configured keys and the triggered filenames which are connected to the buttons.

  • Click on the 'Accept' button to approve the hardware change of the SD card.
  • Click on the 'Show Dir' button to open a dialog showing all stored files on the card.
  • Click on the 'Delete all' button to remove all entries from the 'Sound Entries' list.
  • Click on the 'Delete selected' button to remove a single entry from the 'Sound Entries' list.
  • Click on the 'Feeding Channel number' number to configure it (at the bottom of the window). This channel number equals the channel number for analog audio input 1.
  • See ‘Audio Input Configuration’ for further information.
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'Key / Input'

Read-only column, names the button number or the logic control input index.


This file will be triggered if a play SD card event is called

  • Double click on a filename, to open a drop-down field, offering all available files on the SD card.

'Relative Volume'

Sets the playback sound level of an audio file.


If enabled, the file will be repeated until a stop sound event is triggered

'EN 54/16 – Alarm'

If this checkbox is enabled, the file creates an active alarm call status in the system. Enable this checkbox only in conjunction with evacuation announcements.


Specifies the priority of the file. Choose the priority 'Lowest' (0), 'Low', 'High' or 'Highest' (3) from the drop-down menu.

If a file with a higher priority shall be played on an active channel, the lower priority file stops playing.

The files with the priority 'High' or 'Highest' will be played with the 'Alarm Volume' and the files with the priority 'lowest' or 'low' will be played with the 'Non-Alarm Volume' defined in the ''Audio Output Configuration''.


Shows the duration of the audio file.


Shows the metadata of the file, if available. Double-click to display all metadata fields.

'Status Valid'

Shows the result of a successful file error detection check.

'Status Supported'

Shows whether the file is in a supported format.

'Status Verify OK'

Shows the result of a successful file consistency check.

All status information except 'Verify OK' needs to have the status 'Yes' in order for the audio file to work. If the status is 'No', the file cannot be output.