Most RADs (with the exception of the RAD16z, RAD26, AM1, and AM2) contain an area near its top in which you can insert a custom label. We recommend that you use these labels to identify the channel associated with the corresponding jack. The following graphic illustrates the placement of the labels
To eliminate confusion and also streamline audio routing and troubleshooting, the channel names on the physical RADs should match the channel names in Halogen. To help ensure this consistency, Halogen includes a label generation feature that produces a PDF document of labels based on the channel names you've entered in the software. We highly recommend that you use this feature to create your RAD labels.
The timing of this label creation is up to you. It may be helpful to create the labels at the same time you create the configuration file and insert them in the physical RADs (if they are available). If you label the RADs early in the process, it may help the installers confirm that they are installing the right RADs in the right places.
DeviceLabels.pdfand is placed in
C:\Users\<user>\Documents\HalogenLabels,although this location may vary depending on your operating system.
note: If you want to use different fonts or colors for the label text, you will need to create the label document yourself. To do so, download the Microsoft Word template from the Rane website. Enter the channel names, apply the appropriate fonts and/or colors, print the document, and cut and insert the labels.