Viking E-1600-03A Specifications

TECHNICAL
Practice
1600A Series
Practice
TELECOM SOLUTIONS
FOR THE
ADA Compliant
Emergency Phones
2 1 S T C E N T U RY
July 3, 2001
ADA* Compliant Emergency Phone with
Built-In Digital Voice Announcer
K-1600-EHFA
E-1600-45A
E-1600A
E-1600-02A
E-1600-03A
The 1600A series emergency phones
are designed to provide quick and reliable handsfree communication over the
public switched telephone network. The
1600A series meets ADA* requirements
for elevator telephones, and can be programmed from any Touch Tone phone.
The 1600A series phones can automatically send the digital announcement to
identify the location of the emergency
call, then automatically light the call
connected LED.
The 1600A series can also be used with Central Station Monitoring equipment. All parameters,
phone numbers and location numbers are stored in non-volatile E2 memory. All units are phone
line powered, requiring no batteries or external power sources.
! Attention Panasonic DBS Users: The 576 DBS systems do not conform to analog telecom standards and are incompatible with the 1600A Series Emergency Phones and E-30 Handsfree Phones unless modified. To use these products with a
Panasonic 576 DBS System, please retrieve Fax Back Document 857.
Features
Applications
• Non-volatile digital voice announcer with 10
seconds of voice memory
• Advanced call progress detection
• Can automatically light the “Call Connected”
LED for the hearing impaired
• Handsfree operation
• Phone line powered
• Non-volatile E2 memory (no batteries required)
• Touch Tone or pulse dialing
• Dials up to 5 different numbers on busy or no
answer
• Transmits a unique location I.D. code
• Grade 2 Braille label for the visually impaired
• Hangs up on CPC, silence, busy signal, dial tone,
time out or Touch Tone command
• Programmable to auto-answer on incoming calls
• Remotely programmable
• Extended temperature range (-15°F to 130°F)
• 5 different chassis or board only available
• Central Station Monitoring capability
• Separate central station voice speed dial number
• Optional PB-100 Polling System available
• Elevators
• Parking ramps
• ATM machines
• Area of refuge locations
• Lobbies
• Entryways
• Campus emergency stations
• Roadside emergency stations
• Stadiums
• Convention centers
* Americans with Disabilities Act of 1992 contains federal regulations regarding elevator telephones (Public Law 101-336).
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Installation and Specifications
Viking offers five different chassis for the 1600A series emergency phones. In addition, the circuitry, button, speaker,
etc. are available for custom applications. The following sections show mounting dimensions and chassis specifications.
All PCBs are conformal coated for added weather resistance.
E-1600A and E-1600-45A
Power: Phone line powered (24VDC talk battery w/20mA loop current minimum)
Dimensions: 133mm x 102mm x 51mm (5.25” x 4.00” x 2”)
Shipping Weight: 1.13 kg (2.5 lbs.)
Environmental: -26°C to 54°C (-15°F to 130°F) with 5% to 95% non-condensing humidity
Material: .062” (16 gauge) steel, E-1600A - Red powder paint, E-1600-45A - High visibility yellow powder paint
Connections: RJ11
Mounting: Surface mount to walls, posts, single gang boxes and 4” x 4” electrical junction boxes or recess mount in elevator phone boxes
4.00
EMERGENCY
PHONE
E-1600-45A
only
5.25
MODEL E-1600
3.40
2.00
CALL
CONNECTED
Push
To
Call
E
M
E
R
G
E
N
C
Y
0.703
diameter
4.96
3.30
3.40
1.70
(2) .20 x .40
mounting slots
1.70
.2 x .35 wire exit notch
Front View
(4) .20 diameter
mounting holes
3.82
Back View
Side View
E-1600-02A
(6) 0.188 diameter countersunk holes
0.25
0.25
3.100
10.50
10.00
3.800
Suggested Hardware: (6) #8 x 3/4 flat
head phillips sheet metal type A screws
(not included)
4.80
6.250
13.00
Power: Phone line powered (24VDC
talk battery w/20mA loop current minimum)
Dimensions: 330mm x 267mm x 51mm
(13” x 10.5” x 2”)
Shipping Weight: 3.18 kg (7 lbs.)
Environmental: -26°C to 54°C
(-15°F to 130°F) with 5% to 95% noncondensing humidity
Connections: RJ11
Material: .125” (11 gauge) brushed
stainless steel
Mounting: Flush mounted in elevator
cabs, ATM machines, stairwells, hallways, etc.
EMERGENCY
PHONE
12.500
4.70
MODEL E-1600-02
CALL
CONNECTED
Push
To
Call
Minimum
Cutout
Front View
2.00
Side View
E-1600-03A
Power: Phone line powered (24VDC talk battery w/20mA loop current minimum)
Dimensions: 183mm x 149mm x 39mm (7.22” x 5.86” x 1.55”)
Shipping Weight: 1.36 kg (3 lbs.)
Environmental: -26°C to 54°C (-15°F to 130° F) with 5% to 95% non-condensing humidity
Material: .074” (14 gauge) Brushed stainless steel panel and extra heavy duty button
Connections: RJ11
Mounting: For use in high vandalism areas. Surface mounted to walls, posts, single gang and 4” x 4” electrical junction boxes or
recess mounted in elevator phone box.
Note: For greater weather resistance, apply a bead of clear silicon caulking around the top edge and sides of the chassis.
5.36
EMERGENCY
TELEPHONE
Front View
1.69
1.70
7.22
0.781
diameter
3.40
6.78
MODEL E-1600- 03
(4) .22 diameter
mounting holes
Back View
3.30
1.55
Push to Call
CALL
RECEIVED
WHEN LIT
Top View
VIKING
1.70
8-32 x .5” set
screws provided
0.80
E-1600-50A
(4) 0.335 x 0.177
mounting slots
0.827
Speaker
Dimensions
2.60
2.00
(2) .187 x .50
mounting slots
©
2.60
2.00
+
3.40
5.00
Power: Phone line powered (24VDC talk battery w/20mA loop current minimum)
Shipping Weight: .45 kg (1 lb)
Environmental: -26°C to 54°C (-15°F to 130° F) with 5% to 95% non-condensing humidity
Connections: RJ11
PC Board Mounting
Microphone
Side
View
3.60
3.200
0.20
0.80
Connect to phone line (RJ11)
3.60
1.500
Call connected LED with mounting hardware
(requires a .250” diameter mounting hole)
Connect to switch
(requires a .755” diameter mounting hole)
Includes a
BL-1 grade 2
braille label.
Push
To
Call
2.00
2.25
1.35
(4) 0.156 diameter mounting holes
K - 1 6 0 0 - E H FA
Power: Phone line powered (24VDC talk battery w/20mA loop current minimum)
Dimensions: 251mm x 174mm x 53mm (9.875” x 6.86” x 2.10”)
Shipping Weight: .91 kg (2 lbs.)
Environmental: -26°C to 54°C (-15°F to 130°F) with 5% to 95% non-condensing
humidity
8.50
Material: .062” (16 Gauge) Red powder painted aluminum
9.875
Connections: RJ11
Mounting: Recess mounted in elevator phone box
EMERGENCY
PHONE
MODEL K-1600-EHF
Push
To
Call
(2) .3 diameter
mounting holes
Side
View
CALL CONNECTED
VIKING
0.675
1.60
Top View
0.70
©
Front View
6.86
2.10
Programming
A. Accessing the Programming Mode
The 1600A series emergency phones can be programmed from any Touch Tone phone using a C.O. line or analog
PABX/KSU station.
1. Using the Security Code
a. Move DIP switch 2 to the ON position (see section J).
b. From a Touch Tone phone, call the line attached to the 1600A series phone.
c. When the 1600A series phone answers, enter the 6-digit security code (see section C).
2. Without the Security Code
a. Move DIP switch 2 to the ON position (see section J).
b. Move DIP switch 3 to the OFF position (see section J).
c. From a Touch Tone phone, call the line attached to the 1600A series phone.
d. When the 1600A series phone answers, you will be automatically entered into the programming mode.
Important: After programming, move DIP switch 3 to the ON position.
B. Quick Programming Features
Memory
Enter
- then Location
Digits
First speed dial number ..................................................................................................................... 0-20 digits
Second speed dial number ................................................................................................................ 0-20 digits
Third speed dial number .................................................................................................................... 0-20 digits
Fourth speed dial number .................................................................................................................. 0-20 digits
Fifth speed dial number ..................................................................................................................... 0-20 digits
Central station receiver number ........................................................................................................ 0-20 digits
Central station voice number ............................................................................................................. 0-20 digits
Voice announcer options (factory set to 000000) ............................................................................... 6 digits
Timing/Dialing options (factory set to 234111) ................................................................................... 6 digits
Security code (factory set to 845464) ................................................................................................ 6 digits
Identification number (factory cleared) .............................................................................................. 0-20 digits
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#00
#01
#02
#03
#04
#05
#06
#17
#18
#19
#20
C. Security Code (memory location #19)
The security code allows the user/installer to program the 1600A series phone while DIP switch 3 is in the ON (normal) position. The factory set security code is 845464 (V-I-K-I-N-G). It is recommended that the factory set security
code be changed.
Example: To store 123456 as the security code, enter: 1 2 3 4 5 6 # 1 9
Note: The security code must be 6 digits and cannot include a ✱ or a #.
D. Up to 5 Speed Dial Numbers (memory location #00 - #04)
To Program:
Enter:
The speed dial number programmed in location #00 is the telephone or extension number
0, 1, 2...9
0, 1, 2...9
that is dialed when the “Push To Call” button is first pressed. Additional speed dial num✱✱
✱
bers will be dialed when there is no answer or a busy signal is detected and the next number redial features are activated. The 1600A series phone will cycle through the pro#
✱#
grammed speed dial numbers until answered. To program, enter the desired speed dial 4 second pause
✱7
number followed by the location number (#00 - #04).
switch to pulse
✱6
mode
Example: To store 555-1234 as the primary speed dial number, enter: 5 5 5 1 2 3 4 # 0 0
Example: To store a Touch Tone 9, a four second pause and then a pulse dialed 333-4444 into the secondary speed
dial memory position enter: 9 ✱7 ✱6 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 # 0 1
To clear a speed dial location, simply enter the location (#00 - #04) without any previous numbers. The 1600A series
phone is factory set for all speed dial numbers to be clear.
Note: Up to 20 digits can be stored in each of the 5 speed dial positions. Special features such as pause, mode
change, Touch Tone ✱ and # count as single digits.
E. Identification Number (memory location #20)
The I.D. number (up to 20 digits) is used by emergency personnel to identify the location of the caller and is given out
when the receiving party presses a Touch Tone ✱. The security office can display the number using the DM-4 Digit
Monitor (Fax Back Document 205). To program the I.D. number, enter the desired number followed by #20.
Example: To store 333 as the I.D. number, enter: 3 3 3 # 2 0
F. Timing/Dialing Options (memory location #18)
There are six positions in the timing/dialing options. To program these options, enter the six desired timing/dialing numbers followed by #18. The six available timing/dialing options are defined on the following page.
Dial: A + B + C + D + E + F + # + 1 + 8
Factory Default Setting: 2 + 3 + 4 + 1 + 1 + 1
Talk/Listen Delay
Call Length
Silence Time Out
Dial Next Number on Ring No Answer
Dial Next Number on Busy
Pulse Dial Speed
Setting A - Talk/Listen Delay
This feature selects switching time between talk and listen modes (VOX switching time). Programmable in increments of .1 seconds up to a maximum of .9 seconds (Touch Tones 1 - 9). Note: The factory default is .2 seconds.
Setting B - Call Length Time Out
This feature selects the maximum length of time that calls can be connected. Programmable in increments of 1
minute up to a maximum of 9 minutes (Touch Tones 1 - 9). Program 0 in this location to disable the call length time
out, then the 1600A series phone must rely on a CPC signal to hang-up. Note: The factory default is 3 minutes.
Setting C - Silence Time Out
This feature selects the length of time that calls will remain connected without voice activity. Programmable in
increments of 10 seconds up to a maximum of 90 seconds (Touch Tones 1 - 9). To disable the silence time out,
program 0 in this location. Note: The factory default is 40 seconds.
Setting D - Dial the Next Number on Ring No Answer
If enabled and a ring-no-answer is detected, the 1600A series phone will dial the next programmed speed dial number, and continue to cycle through the emergency numbers until a call is completed. Note: This feature is disabled
in the factory default setting.
Digits
Setting D
1 or 0 ................................... Disabled
2, 3, 4...9 ............................. Dials second number after 2, 3, 4...9 rings respectively
Setting E - Dial the Next Number on Busy
If enabled and a busy is detected, the 1600A series phone will dial the
next programmed speed dial number, and continue to cycle through
the emergency numbers until a call is completed. Notes: This feature
is disabled in the factory default setting. If the busy signal is interrupted with a promotional message, contact your central office to have it
removed.
Setting F - Pulse Dialing Rate (Pulses per second)
The 1600A series phone is capable of dialing different pulse speeds.
Note: The factory default setting is 10pps.
Digits
Setting E
1 .......................................... Disabled
2 .......................................... Enabled
Digits
Setting F
1 .......................................... 10 pps
2 .......................................... 20 pps
G. Voice Announcer Options (memory location #17)
The 1600A series phones have a built-in non-volatile digital voice announcer that may be used to identify the location
of the emergency phone call. The 10 seconds of digital record time is recorded remotely from a Touch Tone phone.
Programming options are as follows:
Dial: A + B + C + D + E + F + # + 1 + 7
Factory Default Setting: 0 + 0 + 0 + 0 + 0 + 0
Two Digit Forced Play time {
Repeat Announcement Setting
Future Use (enter “0”)
Settings A and B - Forced Play Time
The 1600A series phone is factory set to automatically start playing the voice announcement after it has determined
the call has been answered. Alternately, the announcement may be programmed to play after a programmed
amount of time, from 1 (enter “01”) to 99 seconds after dialing. If the forced play time is used, it is important to allow
enough time for the 1600A series phone to detect ring-no-answer and busy signals when using the redial features.
To set it to play automatically, enter “00” in the forced play time location. Note: The factory default is 00, play automatically.
Setting C - Repeat Announcement Option
The 1600A can be programmed to play the announcement from 1-9 times (enter digits 1-9), or to continuously
repeat the announcement every 8 seconds (enter digit 0) until a Touch Tone ✱ is detected from the distant party.
The I.D. number (if programmed) will be sent and the call connected LED will turn on automatically after the
announcement has stopped repeating. Note: The factory default for the 1600A series phone is to repeat until a ✱
is detected (digit 0).
H. Recording the Announcement
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Call into the 1600A series phone with a Touch Tone phone and access programming.
Enter ✱4, wait for the tone and then begin recording. Ten seconds of record time is available.
Enter any Touch Tone to stop the recording. Playback is automatic.
Enter ✱5 to review the announcement again.
If you choose to not use a voice announcement, enter ✱3 to clear the recording.
Example: “Elevator number 1215, located in the Trade Center Building, needs assistance. Press the asterisk (✱) key
on your telephone to start and stop this announcement...”
I. Automating the Call Connected LED
There are two methods to turn on the Call Connected LED. The LED will turn on after a Touch Tone ✱ is detected from
the distant party or after the voice announcer is finished playing a programmed number of times. If you want the Call
Connected LED to light automatically when the call has been answered, but you don’t want a voice announcement to
be played, follow these programming steps:
1. Make a short (1 second) recording of silence (see Programming section H).
2. Enter 001000#17 while programming (see Programming section G).
J. DIP Switch Programming/Microphone Adjustment
A POT is provided to increase or decrease microphone sensitivity. In certain noisy locations the microphone sensitivity may need to be decreased as shown below. Caution: Setting the microphone gain too high may cause distorted
audio, prevent the distant party from breaking over and inhibit second number redialing.
Speaker
Volume
Microphone
Sensitivity
DIP Switch 1 - Front Panel Push Button Switch
ON - Button alternately connects and disconnects calls
OFF - Button connects calls only
DIP Switch 2 - Incoming Call Select
ON - Incoming calls are answered
OFF - Incoming calls are not answered
DIP Switch
Off
1
2
3
On
DIP Switch 3 - Operating Mode
ON - Normal operation mode
OFF - Learn mode
Any incoming calls are automatically entered into the
programming mode (no security code required). Use this
option if you have forgotten your security code.
K. Central Station Programming
The standard 1600A emergency phone is factory programmed to communicate using the “Ademco Contact I.D.”,
“Ademco High Speed”, “DTMF 4+1 Express”, or the “DTMF 4+2 Express” formats. All formats use the programming
memory location #20 to store the account code and alarm details.
1. Central Station Programming Features
a. Accessing the Programming Mode
Before programming, you must access the programming mode (see Programming section A).
b. Enabling/Disabling Central Station Mode
The 1600A Series emergency phone can be placed in the “Central Station Mode” by entering a central station
phone number in position #05 while programming. To cancel the “Central Station Mode,” clear position #05 by
entering #05 (see Programming section D).
c. Ring Delay
When the 1600A Series emergency phone is in the “Central Station Mode”, it is best to have the ring delay set
to a minimum of three. Some receivers send a long tone after answering the line that sounds like a ring back,
and if the 1600A is set to a ring delay of two, the phone will disconnect (see Programming section F).
d. Speed Dial Numbers
The 1600A Series phone can be programmed to dial a central station receiver only, or dial up to 5 voice numbers first, and if no answer, then dial the central station receiver. When calling the first numbers (memory positions #00-#04 (see Programming section D), the phone stays in “two-way talk mode” allowing two-way conversation. When calling the Central Station number (memory position #05), the phone is in a “listen only mode” in
order to interpret the hand shake signal of the receiver.
A second central station number position has been provided in location #06 that is used when the central station receiver does not have a talk over mode. If a number is placed in position #05 and position #06 is cleared,
the operation is as follows: the E-1600A will call the central station monitor receiver first. After the receiver
sends a kiss-off, the E-1600A lights the “Call Connected” LED and goes into two-way talk mode.
If numbers are in both positions #05 and #06, the operation is as follows: the E-1600A will call the receiver first, and after the kiss-off, will
hang-up and redial the number in position #06 for two-way voice communication
Notes: If only a central station is to be dialed, the central station
phone number must be preprogrammed in memory location #05 and
memory locations #00-#04 must be cleared. The “Call Connected”
LED will light automatically if there is a voice recording programmed.
Location
#00
#01
#02
#03
#04
#05
#06
Call Type
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Central Station Receiver
Central Station Voice Line
2. Central Station Formats
The following examples explain the receiver formats and how to properly program memory location #20. Each format starts with a four digit account code. This is the code that is assigned by your central station for billing purposes. You must access the programming mode before programming these features (see Programming section A).
Important: If a number is shown, you must use that number. If an “X” is shown, use any appropriate number.
a. Ademco Contact ID Format
This DTMF format consists of a four digit account code, two digit message type, and a nine digit data field.
XXXX 18 1 14000 XXX #20
Memory Location
Set to any number to identify phone
General Alarm
Account Code
Message Type
New Event
b. Ademco High Speed Format
This DTMF format consists of a four digit account code, eight zone codes and one alarm type digit. With this
format you can identify up to eight different phones by using a zone per phone. A “5” in a zone position means
no alarm. The following example shows an alarm from the third phone.
XXXX 55 1 55555 7 #20
Memory Location
Normal Alarm
New Event
Account Code
Idle Zone
c. 4+1 Express Format
This DTMF format consists of a four digit account code, two digit message type, and a single digit event code.
XXXX 17 X #20
Memory Location
Event Code
Account Code
Message Type
d. 4+2 Express Format
This DTMF format consists of a four digit account code, two digit message type, and a two digit event code.
XXXX 27 XX #20
Account Code
Message Type
Memory Location
Event Code
Operation
A. Standard Operation
When the Push to Call button is pressed, the 1600A series phone goes off-hook and dials a pre-programmed telephone number. The Call Connected LED momentarily flashes during tone or pulse dialing. In the event that the line is
busy or there is a ring-no-answer, the unit can be programmed to call additional phone numbers. The emergency
phone then cycles through up to 5 pre-programmed numbers until the call is answered. When the call is answered,
handsfree communication to emergency personnel is established. The digital voice announcer will automatically play
to identify the location of the emergency call. The ✱ key will stop the announcement, send the I.D. number (if programmed) and light the “Call Connected” LED. Alternatively, the 1600A series phone can be programmed to automatically light the “Call Connected” LED after the announcement has played a programmed number of times. The distant party will know the location of the emergency call by either the voice announcement or by decoding the I.D. number using Viking’s DM-4 Digit Monitor. Pressing the ✱ key again will send the I.D. number and play the message again.
Once the ✱ key has been pressed, the # key can be used to force the 1600A series phone to hang-up.
B. Central Station Operation
After the button on the 1600A Series phone has been pressed the 1600A Series phone will begin to dial. If a voice
number is programmed in memory locations #00-#04, these numbers will be dialed first. Upon detecting a busy signal
or after a preprogrammed ring delay the 1600A Series phone will hang-up and dial the central station phone number
stored in memory location #05. When the central station receiver answers, it will send a handshake tone to the 1600A
phone. Upon detecting the handshake tone, the 1600A Series phone will begin downloading the information stored in
memory location #20.
Once the 1600A Series emergency phone has sent the information stored in memory location #20, it waits for a “kissoff” tone from the central station. When the “kiss-off” tone is received, the emergency phone turns on the call connected LED and goes into the “two-way talk mode” or hangs up and dials position #06 if programmed.
Note: The central station should have a “talk-over” feature that will allow a two way conversation at this time. If your
receiver does not support a “talk-over”. A voice phone number should be programmed into position #06.
If the central station answers the call and does not send a “kiss-off”, the next number will be dialed (if programmed). In
either single number or multi-number programming, the phone will keep dialing until a call is completed.
Options
The PB-100 system provides centralized polling and diagnostics of all
Viking 1600 and 1600A series emergency phones through a standard
Windows 9x/NT P.C. In addition, any device or human capable of
returning DTMF Touch Tones can be automatically polled.
Up to 200 individual phones can be polled, at timed intervals, for the
diagnosis of proper programming and operation. The included software
provides storage of complete contact/location records associated with
the phones ID.
PB-100 System
Devices that are polled successfully are stored in a "success" log while
devices that returned any kind of error are stored in a "failure" log to be
followed up on later.
The E-1600A, K-1600-EHFA and E-1600-02A phones can be supplied
with special graphics. In addition to special graphics, the E-1600A can be
supplied blank and/or with special colors (E-1600A shown right with special colors and graphics). Please contact Viking for minimum quantities,
set up charges and unit costs. Typical delivery is 4 to 6 weeks.
Product Support Line...715.386.8666
Fax Back Line...715.386.4345
Due to the dynamic nature of the product design, the information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. Viking Electronics, and its affiliates and/or
subsidiaries assume no responsibility for errors and omissions contained in this information. Revisions of this document or new editions of it may be issued to incorporate
such changes.
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