Setup the speaker line supervision and perform measurements.

Speaker lines supervision setup tab (B)

Detect routing (11) (only PC1001, PC1002)

In contrast to 'Digital audio matrix (4/4/16)' PC2003, the Cerberus PACE Compact PC1001 and PC1002 include a jumper matrix board instead of an output relay matrix. These jumpers need to be set to adjust the internal routing. Afterwards, the jumpers need to be read-in using the tool PACE-Design.

For this purpose, press the button 'Jumper detection' to start the detection. The text '<CS16_Jumper_Detection>' in the Caption Bar is displayed during the detection (about 20 s).

Show detected routing (12) (only PC1001, PC1002)

After the detection, press 'Show detected routing' to switch between the configured (e.g.: '1' in the 'Amp' column) and the read-in (e.g.: '[1]' in the 'Amp' column).

Accept (13) (only PC1001, PC1002)

The 'Accept' button is only enabled in case of differences between the detected and the configured routing information. Press this button to accept the detected routing configuration or manually re-adjust the jumpers according to your configuration requirements respectively. Repeat the 'start the detection' step and press the 'Accept' button if necessary to save the internal routing settings.

Search EOL3 (14)

Search for EOL3 modules at the selected speaker line. See

Note: Search EOL3 does not work correct for speaker lines connected to a PV2003 Power amplifier (4x150W).

Measure Impedance (15)

Start a impedance measurement (200Hz…20kHz) at the selected speaker line.

Recall Loop start-up phase (16)

Displays the current [A] of a speaker line loop used by the loop start-up phase of the selected speaker line.

Impedance measurement 1kHz (17)

Start a impedance measurement (1kHz) at the selected speaker line. This measurement must be performed to display the values in the detail speaker line table.

FFT of current and voltage (18)

Calculate a FFT of the current and voltage measurement with no load attached for the selected speaker line. Used for hardware analysis.

Pilot active (19)

If the icon is active, the pilot tone is active on at least one speaker line. This icon indicates that a measuring cycle is currently in progress. If the symbol is grayed out, new line detection statistic values will be present.