VSP-V-2006A/2006AHF
Issue 10
V-2006A - INTEGRATED SIX ZONE PAGING CONTROL UNIT
V-2006AHF - INTEGRATED SIX ZONE HANDSFREE
TALKBACK PAGING CONTROL UNIT
"WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or
electric shock, do not expose this equipment
to rain or moisture."
"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 2A, 125V fuse. 2A, 125V
may be replaced by a 1A, 250V provided
voltage selector is set for 230V.”
“DANGER: Afin de réduire le risque de feu,
remplacez le fusible par le même type de
fusible à 2A, 125V. On peut utiliser un
fusible à 1A, 250V pourvu que le sélecteur
ďalimentation soit fixé sur 230V. Ne pas
ouvrir.”
“VORSICHT: Zur verringerung von
feuergefahr die sicherung nur mit derselben
type 2A, 125V ersetzen. Statt 2A, 125V Kann
1A, 250V Benutzt werden, vorausgesetzt, die
spannung ist auf 230V eingestellt. Nicht
öffnen.”
“PELIGRO: Para reducir el peligro de
incendio remplazarlo unicamente con un
fusible del mismo tipo 2A, 125V. El fusible
de 2A, 125V podra ser remplazado por uno
de 1A, 250V si el selector de voltaje esta
puesto en 230V. No abres.”
individual zones of talkback and/or one-way paging, plus
three programmable zone groups and all call.
Nominal Specifications
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SPECIFICATIONS
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Purpose
The V-2006A is an Integrated Six Zone Paging Control
Unit. It provides six individual zones of one-way paging,
plus three programmable zone groups and all call. The
built-in -24VDC power supply provides 1.5 Amps.
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Zone Audio Outputs:
One-Way: Will supply audio for up to 150 Valcom
one-way self-amplified speakers per Zone
Handsfree:
Will supply audio for up to 2 Talkback Speakers plus
40 one-way speakers per zone
Input Impedance:
600 Ohms
Input Level:
-10dBm minimum
Music Source Impedance:
8 to 600 Ohms
Music Source Level:
-10 to -18dBm
Speaker Output Impedance:
8 Ohm (1 way)
Output Level:
-10dBm (1 way)
1 Watt (talkback)
DC Power Output:
-24VDC at 1.5 Amps
Power Requirements:
115VAC 2 Amps or
230VAC @ 1 Amp
(slo-blo)
Tone Activation:
Clock Tone – Dry Contact
Night Ring Tone – Dry Contact
-90VAC (20 to 30Hz)
or Ring Voltage
K5 and K6 Relay Contacts:
Rated 1 Amp @
125VAC
2 Amps @ 30VDC
The V-2006AHF is an Integrated Six Zone Handsfree
Talkback Paging Control Unit. It provides six
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Access Methods
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Features of the V-2006AHF
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Electronic Key System (C. O. Line Position)
PABX (Loop or Ground Start Trunk)
1A2 Key Systems (400 Type Line Card required)
600 Ohms Page port equipped with contact
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closure and DTMF dialing capability
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Dedicated single line telephone
Additional Equipment Required
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Backboard/mounting surface
25 pair cable with female connector on one end
One 66 split block
Speakers
Cat 3 or Cat 5 twisted 2-pair cable
(for speaker connections)
SYSTEM OPERATION
DO NOT OPERATE UNIT WITH COVER
REMOVED!
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Physical Description
The V-2006A and V-2006AHF are contained in single,
gray steel cases, which can be wall or shelf-mounted.
V-2006A:
V-2006AHF
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10.90"H x 13.00"W x 2.70"D
(27.69cm H x 33.02cm W x 6.86cm D)
6.2 lbs. (2.81 kg)
10.90"H x 13.00"W x 2.70"D
(27.69cm H x 33.02cm W x 6.86cm D)
7.5 lbs. (3.40 kg)
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+32 to +104° F
0 to +40° C
0 to 85% non-precipitating
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Environment
Temperature:
Humidity:
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Features of the V-2006A
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6 zones of handsfree talkback (one-way or
mixed) paging (one handsfree output per zone)
Two volume controls for handsfree paging
Page (Phone to Speaker)
Receive (Speaker to Phone)
Tone options
(dip-switch selectable on a system basis):
1 - dial tone
2 - alert tone (ringback tone)
3 - repeated alert tone
Time Clock & Night Ring Tones (single/warble)
Override Input (Trunk Port Access)
Two Auxiliary Contact Closures
Programmable per Zone
- Background Music
- Clock (single tone)
- Night Ring (warble tone)
- Group Calls
- All Call
- One-way/Talkback (V-2006AHF for Talkback)
Three group calls and one all call group
Volume Controls for:
- Background Music (music mutes during page)
- Clock and Night Ring Tones
- All Call
Switch selectable
- Dial Tone
- Ringback Tone
- Loop or Ground Start
Battery Backup Input (for VPB-260 only)
Inhibit Option for “Meet Me” answer
Common all call link for up to (10) V-2006A/
V-2006AHF units
To Access Paging/Override: Press CO line key,
dial trunk access code or access page port if
applicable
System Dial Tone: If so optioned (dip switch #1),
the V-2006A/V-2006AHF returns dial tone
Dialing Zones: Dial 1 to 6 for individual zones
Dialing All Call: Dial 0 for All Call
Dialing Groups: For Groups 1, 2 or 3 – dial 7, 8
or 9 respectively
Activating Make or Break Contact Closures;
K5: After dialing any individual zone, press the
asterisk (*) once for 2.2 seconds of relay closure
K6: This closure activates as long as zone 6 is
active
Dialing Another Zone: Press pound (#) key to
return dial tone
Priority Sequence
1) Time Clock Tone
2) Override Page
3) All Call Link
4) Page
5) Warble Tone
6) Background Music
Background Music
Background music may be connected to control unit.
Background music will mute in zone paged if the zone
is programmed for background music.
Page Override
Requires use of a second vacant C. O. line position or
vacant loop or ground start trunk port for access.
OPERATION: Press line key (electronic key system)
or dial trunk access code (PABX) for override access
(override busy tone will be heard). Dial zone and make
announcement. The unit will disconnect when you
hang up, re-establishing the overridden page.
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Inhibit Option (Meet Me Answer)
screws are included for mounting.
The V-2006A/V-2006AHF is equipped with an inhibit
feature that automatically mutes output to the speakers
and allows a handset conversation between the paging
party and a single line telephone connected to the
paging Tip and Ring. A single line telephone modified
for "A" Lead Control and a 5.1K Ohm 1/4 Watt resistor
is required to use the inhibit function.
NOTE: If the inhibit option has been connected to a
single line phone and that phone goes off hook
during a page, the speakers will mute.
NOTE: All controls and terminations are accessed
by removing the small right side panel. To remove
panel, loosen the two screws holding the panel in
place and lift panel away from the board.
SWITCH SELECTABLE OPTIONS
Refer to Figure 2.
Loop/Ground Start Access
If the V-2006A/V-2006AHF is being used with
Loop/Ground Start Access, set SW6 to Up (ON). SW2
selects loop or ground start access from the telephone
system. SW1 selects loop or ground start access for
the override feature.
NOTE: When using a ground start trunk port, a
ground strap must be used to connect GND of the
V-2006A or V-2006AHF to an appropriate telephone
system ground (see Figure 1).
Inhibit does not affect the override feature.
Warble and Single Tones
Warble tone is activated when a common audible
contact closure or 90VAC ring voltage is supplied by the
telephone system to UNA closure or UNA ring input. A
single tone may be activated by an additional contact
closure to the clock tone input.
Page Port Access
Group Call
If the V-2006A/V-2006AHF is being used with a page
port, set SW6 Battery Feed to OFF (down position).
Page port must:
1. Provide dry page enable contact closure
2. Pass DTMF tones for zone selection
3. Pass audio in both directions when used with
V-2006AHF for handsfree talkback
Each group can be programmed with any combination
of zones. Zone may be included in multiple groups.
Dial codes for group call are 7, 8 and 9. Group calls are
one-way only.
All Call Group
Each zone, 1 through 6, can be programmed for all call
(group 0). When "0" is dialed, all zones activate
including group 0 of any expansion unit.
Dial Tone, Alert Tone/Ringback Tone
There are four (4) dip-switches for setting options also
located on the board (see Figure 2 also).
SW3 Dip
Off (UP)
ON (DOWN)
Switch
(away from
(toward
Options
Board)
Board)
4
Not Used
Not Used
3*
Repeated Alert
No Repeated
Tone
Alert Tone
2*
Alert Tone/
No Alert Tone
Ringback Tone
1
Dial Tone
No Dial Tone
Page Port Access
Page Port requires a 600 Ohm page port that will pass
DTMF for zone selection and is equipped with a
separate "page enable" contact closure.
Additionally, the page port must be capable of passing
bi-directional audio if talkback is used.
Expansion Unit
Up to ten V-2006A/V-2006AHF units can be
connected together to provide a system wide all call.
Modular RJ11 plugs J7 and J9 are provided for this
expansion setup.
NOTE: * Alert Tone and Repeated Alert Tone are
available only on V-2006AHF handsfree outputs.
INSTALLATION
Telephone System Access Connections
NOTE: The telephone system referred to in this
document is the customer premise equipment such
as a key system or PABX. The V-2006A/V-2006AHF
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.
A 66 block with 50-pin female amphenol connector is
required. See Figure 1 for 66 block pinouts. Tip and
ring connections can be made to the RJ11 (J4) with a
modular cord or punched down on the W/BL pair on the
block.
Page Port Connections
Mounting
Make certain Battery Feed switch is OFF. SW6 should
be in Down position. Connect Tip, Ring of Page Port
The V-2006A/V-2006AHF was designed for wall or
table mounting. Secure unit to wall studs or suitable
brace away from heat sources or strong magnetic
to W/BL, BL/W. Connect wiring from telephone
system’s dry contact closure to W/BR and O/W of
the 66 block.
fields (motors, fans, power supplies, etc.) with
control and terminal strip accessible. Four wood
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Connection of One-Way Amplified Speakers
on that zone.
NOTE: Only talkback speakers are able to receive
reply. No more than two (2) 45-Ohm talkback
speakers should be connected to any talkback
zone. Do not use 8 Ohm speakers.
See Figure 1, 66 Block Diagram.
NOTE: The V-2006A/V-2006AHF provides external
power of 30 power units (1.5 Amps of -24VDC) to
operate amplified speaker assemblies. Additional
power supplies are required for speakers using
power over the 30 power units. When using
additional power supplies, make certain:
Connection of Talkback Speakers
(V-2006AHF only)
See Figure 1, 66 Block Diagram.
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3)
The -24VDC outputs are not connected to
each other.
Each speaker is connected to only one
power source (talkback speakers do not
require power).
All power supply grounds are connected
to a copper cold water pipe earth ground.
The use of an electrical ground in place of
a direct cold water pipe ground may
introduce noise into the paging system.
OPTIONAL CONNECTIONS
Background Music Connections
Connect the low level (-10 to -18dBm, 8 to 600 Ohms)
output of music source the (W/G) and (G/W) terminals
of the cross connect block. Adjust music volume (page
overrides music).
NOTE: Failure to use a low level music source
could cause music crosstalk on zones not
receiving music and may override the mute of
music during page.
Power Connections
The V-2006A/V-2006AHF is provided with a NEMA
5-15 cord set.
Time Clock Closure (Single Tone)
Connections
V-2006A Volume Adjustments
Time clock contact closure connects to - V/G, G/V.
Time clock signaling will override page.
There are three volume controls on the unit for
individual adjustment of:
• Background Music
• Tones
• All Call
Clockwise adjustment increases volume, counterclockwise decreases volume.
NOTE: During initial set up, adjust individual
speaker volume controls to page level first, then
adjust volume on page unit to the desired level for
music and tones.
UNA Closure Connections
Telephone System Night Answer contact closure
connects to - V/BR, BR/V. This tone will override music
but is overridden by a page.
UNA Ringing Connections
90V Night Answer Ring connects to - V/S, S/V. These
connections will activate a night ring tone. Telephone
System standard ring voltage. This tone will override
music but is overridden by page.
V-2006AHF Volume Adjustments
Override Connections
There are six volume controls on the V-2006AHF to
control the volume of the handsfree talkback outputs.
They are:
Page override can be activated by a vacant C. O. line
position, loop start or ground start trunk or dedicated
single line phone. Connect telephone system override
via a telephone modular cord to override RJ11 jack (J5)
or Tip, Ring to the W/O, O/W terminals of the cross
connect 66 block.
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Phone to Speaker (adjusts volume of a page
from phone)
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Speaker to Phone (adjusts response volume
from speaker; should be turned as low as possible)
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Page (adjusts volume Group Call on
handsfree outputs)
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All Call
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Background Music
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Tones
Refer to Figure 2 for location of the volume controls.
Remote Door Unlock with Tone Dial
Telephone – K5 Relay
See Figure 2.
Before connecting an electric strikeplate to the
V-2006A/V-2006AHF, consult the manufacturer's
instruction for the proper installation arrangement. The
dry contact closure is operated by pressing the asterisk
(*) key on a tone dial telephone after a zone has been
accessed. The contact is rated at 1A @ 125VAC or 2A
@ 30VDC.
Connections for the V-2006AHF
The V-2006AHF 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
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Zone 6 Auxiliary – K6 Relay
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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-2006A.
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For 115 VAC use, verify fuse rating of 2 Amp
and voltage selector switch displays 115VAC.
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For 230 VAC use, verify the fuse rating of 1
Amp and voltage selector switch displays 230VAC.
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After all required connections have been
made, plug the cord set into appropriate AC wall
outlet.
The V-2006A/V-2006AHF contains an auxiliary set of
make/break contacts which can be used to operate
mute contacts on a high powered amplifier or other
peripheral devices. Zone 6 dry contact closure
operates when Zone 6 is activated alone or in together
with a group call or all call. The contacts are rated at
1A @ 125 VAC or 2A @ 30VDC.
PRECAUTIONARY
DESIGNATIONS
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
Assistance in troubleshooting is available from the
factory. When calling, you should have a multimeter,
several clip leads, a spare telephone test set available
and call from the job site. Call (540) 563-2000 and
press 1 for Technical Support or visit our website at
http://www.valcom.com.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of electric shock,
Do not remove cover.
No user serviceable parts inside.
Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
The V-2006A contains no user serviceable parts and
is not field repairable. A service facility is maintained
in Roanoke, VA. Should repairs be necessary, attach
a tag to the unit clearly stating your company name,
address, phone number, contact person and the
nature of the problem. Send the unit to:
This symbol indicates that dangerous
voltage constituting a risk of electric
shock is present within this unit.
Valcom, Inc.
Repair and Return Dept.
5614 Hollins Road
Roanoke, VA 24019-5056
This symbol indicates that there are
important operating and maintenance
instructions in the literature accompanying
this unit.
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PROGRAMMING FEATURE CHART
LED
FEATURES
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
Handsfree (with V-2006AHF only)
Background Music
Night Ring
Clock Tones
Included in Group #1
Included in Group #2
Included in Group #3
Included in All Call
ZONES
1
PROGRAM
EXAMPLE*
2
3
4
5
6
6
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
To Program Each
Zone
Press: #
Dial: Zone Number
Enter: “1” to Enable
Or
“0” to Disable
For each of
the 8 features
PROGRAM EXAMPLE:
Zone 6 Programmed for One-Way Paging, Background Music, Night Ring, Clock Tones, Not in Group 1-2 or 3 and All Call.
PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS
System programming is non-volatile and is not affected by power outages.
1. Complete Programming Feature Chart.
2. Connect a single line tone dial phone or butt set to the RJ11 jack J6 (Program Jack).
3. Go OFF HOOK, all LEDs illuminate for 1 second and then extinguish. Program tone will be heard.
4. Press # key (program tone breaks).
5. Dial the number of the zone to be programmed. Program ready tone (3 short bursts will be heard and the
first LED will flash).
6. Enter “1” to Enable or “0” to Disable each of 8 features listed in chart above. As each entry is made, the next
LED will begin flashing.
PROGRAM TESTING INSTRUCTIONS
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6.
Connect a single line tone dial phone or butt set to the RJ11 jack J6 (Program Jack).
Go OFF HOOK, all LEDs illuminate for 1 second and then extinguish. Program tone will be
heard.
Press * key (program tone breaks). Dial the number of the zone to be checked.
Illuminated LEDs represent enabled features.
LEDs extinguish after 5 seconds and program tone returns.
Repeat the procedure for each zone.
NOTES:
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If the telephone is unplugged from the program jack while programming a zone, the existing
program for that zone will not be affected.
The control unit cannot be used for paging while a telephone is plugged into the program jack and
receiving the "PROGRAM TONE."
If numbers other than 1-6 are dialed after dialing "#" or "*", a re-order tone will be heard.
Programming must be initiated again, starting with going off hook.
If numbers other than "1" or "0" are dialed after dialing "#" and a valid zone number, the re-order
tone will be heard. Programming must be started over beginning with going off hook.
Tone Definitions:
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Program Tone/Dial Tone-Continuous Tone - (20Hz, square wave).
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Program Ready Tone/Override Busy Tone - Three short bursts of tone; 1/4 second on, 1/4
second off (40 Hz, square wave).
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Re-Order Tone - Interrupted tone; 1/2 second on, 1/2 second off (400Hz, square wave).
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TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
SYMPTOM
Cannot Access Paging
Cannot Access Zone
No Speaker Output
No Background Music
Programmed Feature
Not Working
PROBABLE CAUSE AND SOLUTION
A) Check V-2006A switch settings. Verify that the phone system connections
and programming are consistent with V-2006A switch settings (Page Port, C.O.
Port).
B) Remove V-2006A Tip and Ring connections from telephone system.
Set switches 1 & 2 for Loop Start (down).
Set switch 6 for C. O. Port Access (up).
A) Monitor access port from phone system (telephone test set in monitor
position). Verify port is passing DTMF.
B) Monitor paging zone output on V-2006A block with telephone test set. Verify
audio present when paging.
A) Check AC power source and AC line fuse on V-2006A (disconnect power
before removing fuse).
B) Connect tone generator (cable tracer) to zone output audio pair on V-2006A
block. Verify tone plays over speakers or horns.
A) Adjust music volume control (adjustment POT R6).
B) Monitor V-2006A background music input with telephone test set. Verify
music is present.
C) Check programming. Verify zone is programmed for background music.
D) Check switch settings. Verify access method from phone system matches
V-2006A switch settings (Page Port, C. O. Port …).
A) Check V-2006A programming for that option. Re-program zone as necessary.
VALCOM LIMITED WARRANTY
Valcom, Inc. warrants its products to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under conditions of normal
use and service for a period of one year from the date of shipment. The obligation under this warranty shall be limited
to the replacement, repair or refund of any such defective device within the warranty period, provided that:
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4.
5.
inspection by Valcom, Inc. indicates the validity of the claim;
the defect is not the result of damage, misuse or negligence after the original shipment;
the product has not been altered in any way or repaired by others and that factory sealed units are unopened
(a service charge plus parts and labor will be applied to units defaced or physically damaged);
freight charges for the return of products to Valcom are prepaid;
all units 'out of warranty' are subject to a service charge. The service charge will cover minor repairs (major
repairs will be subject to additional charges for parts and labor).
This warranty is in lieu of and excludes all other warranties, expressed or implied, and in no event shall
Valcom, Inc. be liable for any anticipated profits, consequential damages, loss of time or other losses
incurred by the buyer in connection with the purchase, operation or use of the product.
This warranty specifically excludes damage incurred in shipment. In the event a product is received in damaged
condition, the carrier should be notified immediately. Claims for such damage should be filed with the carrier involved
in accordance with the F.O.B. point.
Headquarters
:
Valcom, Inc.
5614 Hollins Road
Roanoke, VA 24019-5056
Phone: (540) 563-2000
FAX: (540) 362-9800
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Used only with the V-2006AHF
FIGURE 1
66 BLOCK CONNECTIONS FOR THE V-2006A AND V-2006AHF
System Tip
System Ring
Override Tip
Override Ring
Music Input
Music Input
Page Port Access CC
Inhibit
Zone 1-Low Level Output Tip
Zone 1-Low Level Output Ring
-24 Volt Out
GND Out
Zone 2-Low Level Output Tip
Zone 2-Low Level Output Ring
-24 Volt Out
GND Out
Zone 3-Low Level Output Tip
Zone 3-Low Level Output Ring
-24 Volt Out
GND Out
Zone 4-Low Level Output Tip
Zone 4-Low Level Output Ring
-24 Volt Out
GND Out
Zone 5-Low Level Output Tip
Zone 5-Low Level Output Ring
-24 Volt Out
GND Out
Zone 6-Low Level Output Tip
Zone 6-Low Level Output Ring
-24 Volt Out
GND Out
Zone 1-Handsfree Output Tip
Zone 1-Handsfree Output Ring
Zone 2-Handsfree Output Tip
Zone 2-Handsfree Output Ring
Zone 3-Handsfree Output Tip
Zone 3-Handsfree Output Ring
Zone 4-Handsfree Output Tip
Zone 4-Handsfree Output Ring
Zone 5-Handsfree Output Tip
Zone 5-Handsfree Output Ring
Zone 6-Handsfree Output Tip
Zone 6-Handsfree Output Ring
Clock Closure
Clock Closure
UNA Closure
UNA Closure
UNA Ringing
UNA Ringing
26
1
27
2
28
3
29
4
30
5
31
6
32
7
33
8
34
9
35
10
36
11
37
12
38
13
39
14
40
15
41
16
42
17
43
18
44
19
45
20
46
21
47
22
48
23
49
24
50
25
WH/BL
BL/WH
WH/O
O/WH
W/GR
GR/W
W/BR
BR/W
W/S
S/W
R/BL
BL/R
R/O
O/R
R/G
G/R
R/BR
BR/R
R/S
S/R
BK/BL
BL/BK
BK/O
O/BK
BK/G
G/BK
BK/BR
BR/BK
BK/S
S/BK
Y/BL
BL/Y
Y/O
O/Y
Y/G
G/Y
Y/BR
BR/Y
Y/S
S/Y
V/BL
BL/S
V/O
O/Y
V/G
G/V
V/BR
BR/V
V/S
S/V
Loop or GND Start
Trunk or Page Port
To Loop or Ground
Start Trunk Override
Low Level
Music Input
Contact Closure
(Page Port)
TIP
RING
-24 VDC
GND
VALCOM
AMPLIFIED
SPEAKER
TIP
RING
-24 VDC
GND
OPTIONAL
LOCAL
POWER SUPPLY
VALCOM
AMPLIFIED
SPEAKER
Appropriate
Telephone
(Ground strap required
System
for Ground Start access)
Ground
TIP
RING
-24 VDC
GND
+ -24 VDC
*
VALCOM 45 ohm
TALKBACK SPEAKERS
(V-2006AHF only)
Time Clock Dry
Contact Closure
Telephone System Common
Audible Dry Contact Closure
90 VAC Ringing from an
assigned Station Port
* POWER SUPPLIES MAY BE ADDED FOR ADDITIONAL SPEAKERS ON ANY ZONE IF REQUIRED
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FIGURE 2
V-2006A/V-2006AHF
Programming Status LEDs
D1 - Handsfree or One-Way
D2 - Background Music
D3 - Night Ring
D4 - Time Clock Tone
D5 - Group 1
D6 - Group 2
D7 - Group 3
D 8 - All Call Group
D1
D2
Phone/Spkr
D3
Page
1
SW6
ON
UP
D6
RJ11's
D5
Music
Program
J6
Tones
D7
D8
ON (DOWN)
(Toward Board)
Not Used
No RepeatedAlert Tone
Alert Tone/Ringback Tone No Alert Tone
Dial Tone
No Dial Tone
SW1
OFF (UP)
(Away from Board)
Not Used
Repeated Alert Tone
DOWN
OFF
Ground
SW2
Ground
*2
All Call 1
J9
D4
All Call
SW3 DIP
SWITCH OPTIONS
4
*3
All Call 2
J7
System
J4
Loop
4
3
2
1
Loop
SW3
Override
J5
R91
Tones
Zone 6 Auxiliary (Contact Closure)
K6 NC
K6 relay operates
K6 NO
whenever zone 6
Mute
is in use
K6 COM
K6 Relay
K5 Relay
For Remote Door Unlock
K5 relay operates for
2.2 seconds when the *
is pressed when
any zone accessed
K5 NC Break
K5 NO Make
K5 COM Stationary
Common
K6 COM
Normally Closed
Normally Open
K6 NO
Common
R90
K5 NC
Normally Open
P12
K5 NO
J1
MALE
AMPHENOL
CONNECTOR
Fuse
AC Connector
Battery
Backup Molex
Connector
This side of the V-2006A/V-2006AHF oriented toward floor.
Slide Switches
SW1 - Ground Start or Loop Start
Trunk for Override Feature
SW2 - Ground Start or Loop Start
Trunk Access
SW6 - Battery Feed (ON/OFF)
9
Switch
Loop Start
Trunk C.O.
Ground Start
Trunk
Page Port
All Call
K5 COM
Normally Closed
Customer Provided
Electric Strikeplate
Solenoid
R92
K6 NC
SW1
Down
SW2
Down
SW6
Up
Up
Up
Up
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Down
Music
VOLUME CONTROLS
Voltage
Select
Switch
Volume Controls
for the
V-2006AHF
Spkr/Phone