Valcom V2003A Specifications

Issue 5
V-2003A-E - THREE ZONE CONTROL UNIT
V-2003AHF-E - THREE ZONE TALKBACK CONTROL UNIT
INTRODUCTION
The V-2003A-E Three Zone control Unit provides
telephone system access to multiple zones (up to 3)
of one way paging plus all call.
The V-2003AHF-E Three Zone Talkback Control Unit
provides telephone system access to multiple zones
(up to 3) of handsfree talkback and/or one-way
paging with a one-way all call.
"WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric
shock, do not expose this equipment to rain or
moisture."
SPECIFICATIONS
Access Methods
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"WARNING: Shock Hazard - Do Not Open."
"AVIS: Risque de Choc Electrique ne pas
Ouvrir."
"PELIGRO: Corriente Electrica - No Abra."
“CAUTION: To reduce the risk of fire replace
only with same type 1A, 125V fuse. 1A, 125V
may be replaced by a 0.5A, 250V provided
voltage selector is set for 230V.”
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Electronic Key System
PABX (Loop or Earth Call Trunk)
600 Ohm page port equipped with separate
contact closure and MF dialing capability
(NOTE: Page port must be -directional if
talkback paging is desired)
Stand Alone Handset (used only for access of
the V-2003A-E and V-2003AHF-E).
Features of the V-2003A-E
“DANGER: Afin de réduire le risque de feu,
remplacez le fusible par le même type de fusible
à 1A, 125V. On peut utiliser un fusible à 0.5A,
250V pourvu que le sélecteur ďalimentation soit
fixé sur 230V. Ne pas ouvrir.”
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“VORSICHT: Zur verringerung von feuergefahr
die sicherung nur mit derselben type 1A, 125V
ersetzen. Statt 1A, 125V Kann 0.5A, 250V
Benutzt werden, vorausgesetzt, die spannung ist
auf 230V eingestellt. Nicht öffnen.”
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“PELIGRO: Para reducir el peligro de incendio
remplazarlo unicamente con un fusible del
mismo tipo 1A, 125V. El fusible de 1A, 125V
podra ser remplazado por uno de 0.5A, 250V si el
selector de voltaje esta puesto en 230V. No
abres.”
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3 zones of one-way paging
One-way all call
Integrated power supply
Volume Controls supplied for
* Background music
* Page
* Warble tone/single tone
Dip switch programmable per zone (music
and tones)
Dial tone (optional)
(#) Button returns dial tone
Supplies 1 Amp at -24VDC for powering speaker
amplifier assemblies
Provides audio for up to 150 Valcom one-way
speaker amplifier assemblies per zone
230VAC at 50Hz or 115VAC at 60Hz operation
AC input fused at 0.5 Amp at 230VAC or 1 Amp
at 115VAC
Override capability
Inhibit circuitry (speaker cancel)
UL, CSA and VDE Listed
947205
Nominal Power Requirements
Additional Features Supplied by the
V-2003AHF-E
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Voltage:
115VAC
230VAC
3 zones of handsfree talkback, one-way or
mixed paging.
Dip switch programmable per zone (music,
tones, and one-way or talkback).
Pre-announce tone (optional).
Repeated alert tone (optional).
Two volume controls for handsfree paging
* Page (phone to speaker)
* Receive (speaker to phone)
Supplies 0.5 Amp at 24VDC for powering
one-way amplified speakers (a reduction of
0.5 Amps from the V-2003A-E).
Current:
1 Amp
0.5 Amp
NOTE: The V-2003A-E/V-2003AHF-E is equipped
with a standard 3-prong MOLEX connector to
allow connection of a battery backup supply in
case of AC power failure.
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Priority Sequence
The V-2003A-E and V-2003AHF-E are designed to
allow a time clock signal to override an ongoing
override page, override page to override system
page, system page to override night ring or music
and night ring to override music.
Use a cord set consisting of a minimum 18 AWG
cord and grounding type attachment plug rated a
minimum of 15A, 250V. The cord set should
have the appropriate safety approvals for the
country in which the equipment will be installed
and marked HAR.
The socket outlet shall be installed near the
equipment and shall be easily accessible.
Environment
Temperature:
Humidity:
0 to 40°C
0 to 85% non-condensing
OPERATION
Physical Description
DO NOT OPERATE UNIT WITH COVER
REMOVED!
Press the line key button (key system) or dial the
appropriate loop or earth call trunk or page port
access code (PABX) to access the control unit.
Dial desired zone code: 1, 2, 3 or 5, 6, 7 for
individual zones (1, 2 and 3 respectively); 4 or 8 for
the all call. Ringback tone (if so optioned) will be
heard in the telephone. Make announcement and
hang up. Page automatically disconnects and
background music (if programmed) returns.
(Ringback tone, when optioned, provides an alert
tone to the talkback zones on a V-2003AHF-E).
The V-2003A-E and V-2003AHF-E are contained in
single, gray steel cases which can be wall or
shelf-mounted.
• V-2003A-E:
7.15" H x 10" W x 3" D
(18.16cm H x 25.40cm W x 7.62cm D)
4.1 lbs. (1.86 kg)
• V-2003AHF-E:
7.15" H x 10" W x 3" D
(18.16cm H x 25.40cm W x 7.62cm D)
5.6 lbs. (2.54 kg)
Nominal Specifications
Input Impedance:
Input Level:
Music Source Impedance:
Music Input Level:
Output Impedance:
600 Ohms
-10dBm
8 to 600 Ohms
-10 to -18dBm
8 Ohm (1 way)
45 Ohm (talkback)
Output Level:
-10dBm (1 way)
1 Watt (talkback)
DC Output:
-24VDC at 1 Amp (V-2003A-E)
-24VDC at 0.5 Amp (V-2003AHF-E)
Background Music
Background music may be connected to the control
unit. Background music will mute in the zone
accessed for the duration of the page.
Warble and Single Tones
Warble tone is available over the P.A. system when
a common audible contact closure or 90VAC ring
voltage is supplied by the telephone system.
A single tone is provided over the P.A. when the unit
is activated by an additional contact closure.
The single tone and warble tone may be dip switch
selected on a per zone basis. (One dip switch is
supplied per zone for tones, so single tone and
warble tone are both selected on or both selected
off).
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Wiring Instructions for Loop or
Earth Call Access
INSTALLATION
Precautionary Designations
Plug 50 pin, female amphenol connector into J2 of
the control unit and use a KRONE block for
crossconnections (See Figure 2).
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
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CAUTION: To reduce the risk of electric shock,
Do not remove cover.
No user serviceable parts inside.
Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
2.
This symbol indicates that dangerous
voltage constituting a risk of electric
shock is present within this unit.
Make certain Battery Feed switch (SW2) is ON
(in the Down position, see Figure 3).
Ascertain SW1 is in proper position. SW1
should be in the UP position for loop start
operation; SW1 should be in the DOWN
position for earth call operation.
NOTE: When using an earth call trunk port, an
earth strap must be used to connect GND of the
unit to an appropriate telephone system GND
(see Figure 2).
This symbol indicates that there are
important operating and maintenance
instructions in the literature accompanying
this unit.
NOTE: The telephone system referred to in this
manual is the customer premise equipment such
as a key system or PABX. The V-2003A-E/
V-2003AHF-E cannot be connected directly to the
public telephone network (a central office line).
All connections must be made prior to plugging
the unit to AC power.
Mounting
The V-2003A-E/V-2003AHF-E was designed for wall
or table mounting. Secure the unit to wall studs or
suitable brace away from heat sources or strong
magnetic fields (motors, fans, power supplies, etc.)
with control and terminal strip accessible. Four wood
screws are included for mounting.
NOTE: All controls and terminations are
accessed by removing the right side panel.
Switch Selectable Options
Loop or earth call access, are switch selectable on
the V-2003A-E/V-2003AHF-E. SW1 selects the
loop/ earth call option for system tip and ring. SW5
selects the loop/earth call option for override tip and
ring. (See Figure 3 for location). A 12-position dip
switch is provided for programming capabilities.
Figure 3 indicates the function of each dip switch
(i.e., the feature it activates).
NOTE: For one-way paging on a V-2003A-E, the
dipswitch for the talkback feature on a one-way
zone must be set to "Off" (no zone x talkback).
If a modular cord is used for Tip and Ring
connections, connect (J1) RJ-11 A/Tip and B/Ring to
the appropriate loop exchange port of the phone
system.
For punch down block A/Tip and B/Ring connections,
connect Tip of the telephone system or loop or earth
call trunk to the Tip (W/BL) pin and Ring to the
(BL/W) of the KRONE block.
Connection of One-Way Amplified
Speakers
Using twisted pair telephone wire, connect:
Zone 1 Speaker A/Tip, B/Ring
Zone 1 Speaker -24VDC
Zone 1 Speaker GND
Zone 2 Speaker A/Tip, B/Ring
Zone 2 Speaker -24VDC
Zone 2 Speaker GND
Zone 3 Speaker A/Tip, B/Ring
Zone 3 Speaker -24VDC
Zone 3 Speaker GND
- R/BL, BL/R
- R/O
- O/R
- R/G, G/R
- R/BR
- BR/R
- R/S, S/R
- BK/BL
- BL/BK
NOTE: The V-2003A-E provides external power
of 1 Amp of -24VDC to operate amplified speaker
assemblies. Additional power supplies are
required if more than one Amp is needed.
Each speaker should be connected to only one
power source.
The V-2003A-E/V-2003AHF-E requires a power
down reset in order to implement dipswitch
changes. (Unplug AC power from the V-2003A-E/
V-2003AHF-E for a minimum of 30 seconds then
reconnect to effect a dipswitch change).
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The V-2003A-E/V-2003AHF-E may be used with one
of the following:
Connection of Talkback Speakers
(V-2003AHF-E Only)
Using twisted pair telephone wire, connect:
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Zone 1 Speakers A/Tip, B/Ring - BK/G, G/BK
Zone 2 Speakers A/Tip, B/Ring - BK/BR, BR/BK
Zone 3 Speakers A/Tip, B/Ring - BK/S, S/BK
NEMA 5-15 cord set for North American use
CEE/7 cord set for Continental European use
BS1363 cord set for United Kingdom use
NOTE: Refer to Figure 4 for the voltage selector
switch and fuse location. Make certain the
voltage selector switch is placed at the
appropriate rating and that the proper rated fuse
is installed.
NOTE: No more than two (2) 45 Ohm speakers
should be connected to any talkback zone.
Do not use 8 Ohm speakers.
Page Port Access
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When used with page port access, the V-2003A-E/
V-2003AHF-E may only be used with a 600 Ohm
page port that will pass MF tones for zone
selection and that is equipped with a separate
"page enable" contact closure. Additionally, the
page port must be capable of passing bi-directional
audio for talkback operation.
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Connect telephone system dry contact closure to
O/W and W/O of connection block (see Figure 2).
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Power Connections
Connect cord set to unit via IEC 320 female
connector located on one end of cord set
to IEC 320 male appliance coupler located
on the V-2003A-E/V-2003AHF-E.
For 115VAC use, verify fuse rating of 1 Amp
and voltage selector switch displays 115V.
For 230VAC use, verify fuse rating of 0.5
Amp and voltage selector switch displays
230V.
After all required connections have been
made, plug the cord set into appropriate AC
wall outlet.
NOTE: This equipment must be installed near an
AC power outlet due to the power cord being
used as a disconnect device.
Telephone System
Page Port
KRONE Block
Connections
A/Tip
W/BL
B/Ring
BL/W
Battery Feed Switch
(SW2) must be "OFF"
Page
Enable
Contact
Closure
W/O
O/W
Page Port must: 1. Provide low level audio (Tip and Ring) and dry page enable contact closure.
2. Have capability to pass MF tones for zone selection.
3. Be bi-directional (pass audio in both directions) when with the V-2003AHF-E
for handsfree talkback.
FIGURE 1. PAGE PORT ACCESS
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Optional Connections
V-2003A-E Volume Adjustments
There are two volume controls on the unit for
individual adjustment of:
• Background music
• Tones (warble/single tone)
A. Background Music Connections:
Connect the low level (-10 to -18dBm, 8 to 600
Ohms) output of music source to (W/G) and (G/W)
terminals of the cross connect block. Adjust music
volume (page overrides music).
Clockwise adjustment increases volume, counter
clockwise decreases volume. During initial set up,
adjust individual speaker volume controls for page
first, then, adjust volume on page unit to the desired
level for music and tones.
NOTE: Failure to use a low level music source
could cause music crosstalk on zones not
receiving music.
Connections for the V-2003AHF-E
The V-2003AHF-E is programmable on a per zone
basis for one-way or talkback communication. A
single talkback zone may have both one-way and
talkback speakers. One-way amplified speakers
may be connected to the handsfree output of a zone
programmed for talkback to augment the page
output on that zone.
(NOTE: Only talkback speakers are able to
receive reply).
V-2003AHF-E Volume Adjustments
There are five additional volume controls on the
V-2003AHF-E to control the volume of the handsfree
talkback outputs. They are:
• All Call (adjusts volume of page during all call on
handsfree outputs).
• Speaker to Phone (adjusts response volume
from the speaker; should be turned as low as
possible).
• Phone to Speaker (adjusts volume of a page
from phone)
• Background Music (adjusts background music
on handsfree outputs).
• Tones (adjusts the volume of single and warble
tones on handsfree outputs).
Refer to Figure 4 for location of these controls.
B. Time Clock Closure (Single Tone)
Connections:
Time clock contact closure - (V/G), (G/V)
Time clock signaling will override page.
C. UNA Closure (Warble Tone) Connections:
Telephone System Night Answer (Contact Closure)(V/BR), (BR/V).
This tone will override music but is overridden by a
page.
D. UNA Ringing (Warble Tone) Connections:
90VAC Night Answer Ringing- (V/S), (S/V)
These connections will activate a night ring tone.
E. Override Connections:
Telephone System Page Override - (W/S),(S/W)
Page override can be activated by a vacant loop
exchange port, loop start or earth call trunk or
dedicated single line phone.
NOTE: Make certain SW1 is in correct position
for loop or earth call mode of operation.
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
Assistance in troubleshooting is available from the
factory. Call (540) 563-2000 and press 1 for
Technical Support or visit our website at
http://www.valcom.com.
Should repairs be necessary, contact your local
distributor for instructions.
NOTE: One-Way Speakers may be connected to
low level outputs on the V-2003AHF-E.
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TABLE 1 - TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
SYMPTOM
SOLUTION
1. No output to speakers
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B.
2. No music output.
3. Programmed feature not
functioning.
A.
Check for the presence of audio on the page outputs of the
V-2003A-E/V-2003AHF-E during a page using a telephone test set.
Refer to the Installation Section for connection information.
Check AC line fuse on V-2003A-E/V-2003AHF-E.
B.
Using a telephone test set check for music on the music input
terminals.
Check program.
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B.
Check program.
Reprogram zone.
VALCOM U.K. WARRANTY
This product, bearing the "VALCOM" Trademark, excluding the batteries, is guaranteed by the manufacturer for the period
of one year from the date of purchase and will, during this period, be repaired or replaced (with the same or a similar model),
at our option, free of charges, if there is any defect due to faulty materials or workmanship. This guarantee does not cover
defects arising from accidental damage, misuse or wear and tear, and is available only to the original purchaser of the
product from an official "VALCOM" distributor or dealer.
This guarantee applies to all Valcom products purchased and used in the EEC. Products should be returned to your
nearest Valcom distributor or dealer. If, however, the product has not been purchased in the EEC country where the
distributor or dealer is located, the customer may be advised to return to the EEC country where the purchased originated, if
parts are unavailable
or there are other unavoidable circumstances which hinder, or prevent service being given under guarantee.
Any person claiming under this guarantee must, on returning the product, supply proof of the date of purchase and a brief
description of the nature of the fault.
NOTE: PROOF OF PURCHASE WILL BE ACCEPTED IN THE FORM OF EITHER THE ORIGINAL RECEIPT OF
PURCHASE OR THE GUARANTEE CERTIFICATE AND SUCH RECEIPT OR CERTIFICATE MUST BEAR THE
DISTRIBUTOR OR DEALERS OFFICIAL STAMP AND THE DATE OF PURCHASE.
Charges will be made for all repairs unless either the purchase receipt or the stamped and dated Guarantee Certificate is
returned with the product.
The guarantee does not effect the Statutory Rights of the customer.
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V-2003A-E or
V-2003AHF-E
J1
25
Pair
KRONE Connection Block
R/G
O/R
R/O
BL/R
R/BL
S/W
To Loop or
Earth Call
Trunk
Override
W/S
BR/W
W/BR
Low
Level
Music
Source
G/W
W/G
O/W
W/O
BL/W
W/BL
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Y/S
GND OUT
BR/Y
-24V OUT
Y/BR
ZONE 2 B/RING
G/Y
ZONE 2 A/TIP
Y/G
GND OUT
O/Y
-24V OUT
Y/O
ZONE 1 B/RING
BL/Y
ZONE 1 A/TIP
Y/BL
OVERRIDE B/RING S/BK
OVERRIDE A/TIP
BK/S
INHIBIT
BR/BK
UNUSED
BK/BR
MUSIC
G/BK
MUSIC
BK/G
PAGE PORT CC
O/BK
PAGE PORT CC
BK/O
B/RING
BL/BK
A/TIP
BK/BL
9
9
8
8
7
7
6
6
5
4
3
2
1
ZONE 3 B/RING
ZONE 3 A/TIP
ZONE 2 B/RING
ZONE 2 A/TIP
ZONE 1 B/RING
ZONE 1 A/TIP
NOT USED
S/V
V/S
BR/V
V/BR
G/V
V/G
O/V
NOT USED
V/O
+GND OUT
BL/V
-24V OUT
V/BL
5
4
3
2
1
90VAC
Ringing
from an
Assigned
Station
Port
Telephone
System
Common
Audible
UNA CLOSURE X Contact
Closure
UNA RINGING
SINGLE TONE X Time Clock
Contact
NOT USED
Valcom One-Way
Amplified Speakers
G/R
ZONE 3 A/TIP
HANDSFREE OUTPUTS
R/BR
9
B/Y
NOT USED
BR/R
0
R/S
ZONE 3 B/RING
0
S/R
0
Ground Strap
required for
Earth Calling
Access
Loop or
Telephone
Earth Calling System
Trunk
Contact
Closure
(Page Port)
FIGURE 2 - CONNECTIONS FOR THE V-2003A-E AND THE V-2003AHF-E
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Figure 3
Dip Switches for both units and Volume Controls for the V-2003A-E
SW2
J1
Battery Feed OFF
Battery Feed ON
RJ11
SW1 System A/Tip-B/Ring
Override A/Tip-B/Ring SW5
Loop Start
Earth Call
Loop Start
Earth Call
Zone 3 Music
Zone 3 Tones
Zone 3 Talkback
Zone 2 Music
Zone 2 Tones
Zone 2 Talkback
Zone 1 Music
Zone 1 Tones
Zone 1 Talkback
No System Dial Tone*
No System Alrt/Rngbk Tone*
No System Repeated Alert*
SW3
SW3 - DIPSWITCHES
Switch Down is "ON" Position
and selects option as listed
Dip Switches
Switch Up (OFF)
Switch pressed Down (ON)
R34
TONES
R6
MUSIC
J2
Male
Amphenol
Connector
* Repeated system alert tone is available only with the V-2003AHF-E. Ringback tone provides
alert tone over speakers on handsfree outputs with the V-2003AHF-E.
Figure 4
Enclosure Orientation and Volume Controls for the V-2003AHF-E
Spkr/
Phone
Phone/
Spkr
Fuse
1A @ 125V-or
.5A @ 230V
Page
V-2003AHF-E
Tones
Music
Amphenol
Connector
Voltage Selector
Switch
IEC 320 Appliance
Coupler
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Volume
Controls