15 Oct How to Set Up Your Sonitus Sound Level Monitor System?
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Setting Up A Sonitus Sound Level Monitor (SLM) System
- First thing to do, take the microphone cable and microphone out of the box. And then we’re going to route the microphone cable through the side of the case.
- Once you got the cable through, you are just going to plug it in to the BNC connector. Then just neaten up that cable.
The Microphone Cable & Microphone
- Next we are going to take the microphone mount camera assembly and we are going to put it together with the microphone cable and the microphone.
- So the first thing to do is there is a little grub screw here that we need to remove. So we are going to take the accessory kit here.
- Take out an Allen key and remove this grub screw. And make sure you don’t lose that.
- Now the bottom piece slides off and we can slide the microphone cable straight through and then same to the BNC type connector, quarter turn, twist it onto the microphone.
- Slide the adaptor back up and thread it on to the bottom of the windscreen.
- And then you’ll notice there is a little notch cut in the bottom of this piece. That’s where the cable is going to come out.
- So you’re going to make sure the cable is coming out through that little notch, push that back in, rotate it so you can see the hole for the grub screw, and then just replace the grub screw.
- At this point, we can grab a camera and tripod. Then just thread this onto your tripod.
- And that’s your microphone installed.
Powering On the SLM System
Now all you need to do is power the Sonitus on, take the AC power cable, connect it to the port on the outside of your Pelican case here. Then we’re just going to plug this into AC power. And as soon as we do that, we will see the little green LED indicator light comes on and.
That is how you know, the Sonitus is working and data is already heading up to the file.