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SYSTEM ONE S1-M
INSTALLATION MANUAL
REV 1.0
S1-M MASTER, R200 (S1-R) ROOM STATIONS,
K200 (S1-DT) DESKTOP STATIONS, D200 (S1-FD) & ALLOY DOOR STATIONS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ..........................................................................................1
GENERAL INFORMATION ........................................................................1
LOCATION OF EQUIPMENT.....................................................................2
MASTER STATION ........................................................................................................... 2
ROOM STATIONS ............................................................................................................. 2
DOOR/GATE STATION(S) ............................................................................................... 3
POWER SUPPLY ................................................................................................................ 3
AM AND FM ANTENNAS ................................................................................................. 3
AUXILIARY INPUT JACKS ............................................................................................. 4
AUXILIARY/LOCK OUTPUT BOARD........................................................................... 4
CABLING .......................................................................................................5
WHERE TO RUN CABLES ............................................................................................... 5
CABLE TYPE AND CONFIGURATION ......................................................................... 5
MAXIMUM LENGTH FOR CABLE RUNS .................................................................... 6
CABLE COLOUR CODING .............................................................................................. 6
MASTER TO ROOMS........................................................................................................ 7
MASTER TO DOORS......................................................................................................... 7
POWER SUPPLY ................................................................................................................ 7
AM AERIAL ........................................................................................................................ 8
FM ANTENNA..................................................................................................................... 8
AUXILIARY INPUT JACKS (OPTIONAL) .................................................................... 9
AUXILIARY OUTPUT BOARDS (OPTIONAL)............................................................. 9
BLOCK DIAGRAMS ........................................................................................................ 10
INSTALLATION ..........................................................................................12
INSTALLATION OF S1-M MASTER STATION ......................................................... 12
INSTALLATION OF R200 (S1-R) ROOM STATION .................................................. 15
INSTALLATION OF K200 (S1-DT) DESKTOP STATION......................................... 16
INSTALLATION OF D200 (S1-FD) DOOR STATION ................................................ 17
INSTALLATION OF AUXILIARY INPUT JACKS ..................................................... 22
INSTALLATION OF AUXILIARY OUTPUT BOARD................................................ 24
INSTALLATION OF POWER SUPPLY ........................................................................ 26
MASTER SETUP .........................................................................................28
ENTERING PROGRAM MODE..................................................................................... 28
STATION CODING .......................................................................................................... 28
KEYPAD BACKLIGHTING............................................................................................ 29
VOLUME FEEDBACK TONE ........................................................................................ 29
SYSTEM RADIO VOLUME ............................................................................................ 29
VIDEO SETTINGS ........................................................................................................... 29
SIX WIRE OPERATION.................................................................................................. 29
RADIO/CLOCK ADJUSTMET ....................................................................................... 30
ROOM STATION SETUP ...........................................................................31
ENTERING PROGRAM MODE..................................................................................... 31
ROOM STATION CODING ............................................................................................ 31
KEYPAD BACKLIGHTING............................................................................................ 32
VOLUME FEEDBACK TONE ........................................................................................ 32
SIX WIRE OPERATION.................................................................................................. 32
DOOR STATION SETUP............................................................................33
DOOR STATION VOLUME ADJUSTMENTS ............................................................. 33
CHANGING THE CHIME............................................................................................... 33
CHIME (VOLTAGE) OUTPUT OPTIONS.................................................................... 34
INPUT JACK TYPE B SETUP ...................................................................34
WIRELESS AUDIO TRANMITTER SETUP ............................................35
AUXILIARY OUTPUT BOARD SETUP....................................................36
INTRODUCTION
The System One Home Communication System can be installed using up to 20 stations offering
great flexibility.
System One provides a choice of two Master station sizes – the traditional standard size or the new
compact size.
Where a Master station is not required, System One can be installed without a master using only
Room and Door stations.
Up to 3 Door stations can be fitted to a system with a choice of camera, non camera or a mixture of
both.
Also now available is a new compact surface mount metal Door station (with camera).
Room stations are available in either recess or surface mount versions.
Optional surface mount back boxes are available to convert recessed door stations to surface mount.
Where System One is being fitted as an upgrade for an older style System One or VALET system,
optional trim plates are available for recessed room stations to cover the footprint left by older style
room stations.
GENERAL INFORMATION
The following general procedures must be observed in relation to the location and installation of
System One Home Communication components:
• Stations are not to be installed back to back or in line of sight of each other, as this will
cause feed-back (squealing).
• Where stations are to be fitted externally, appropriate measures to provide protection from
the weather are to be taken.
• Avoid running intercom cable in parallel to electrical wiring.
• The power supply should be located in an area with sufficient space for heat dissipation.
• Guidelines for maximum cable lengths as set out in this manual are to be observed to avoid
the possibility of operating problems due to excessive cable voltage drop.
• The maximum number of stations on any system including the Master and Door Stations is
generally limited to 20.
• It is important that the power supply is properly matched to the size of the system.
• Where a system is installed without a master, a VLC load resistor must be fitted to the room
station to which the power supply is connected.
CAUTION:
Failure to use specified cable may cause problems with the performance of the system and will void
warranty on the equipment.
IMPORTANT:
Responsibility will not be taken for problems that arise from the use of improper cable or
interference generated externally to the system.
An aid to reducing the effects of interference is to keep intercom stations and wiring away from AC
devices and AC wiring.
The circuitry of the intercom has been designed to minimize the effects of Radio Frequency
Interference however total immunity to this type of interference cannot be guaranteed where the
levels of interference generated are extreme.
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LOCATION OF EQUIPMENT
MASTER STATION
Where a Master has been purchased as part of the system, it is generally located above the breakfast
bar in the kitchen/family room at a suggested height of 1400 millimetres from the floor to the centre
of the unit. As all wiring from other stations is generally terminated at the rear of the Master, the
wall should be no less than 70 millimetres in depth. A timber or metal wall box should be inserted
so as to allow for correct support of the Master station.
IMPORTANT:
The Master Station should be installed in a cavity wall and not a single brick wall in order to
facilitate the wiring behind it.
Where there is wall tiling around or near to the Master Station, ensure the Master Station is
mounted either completely within or completely clear of the tiled area so as to avoid the Master
being affixed to an uneven surface.
ROOM STATIONS
Careful consideration must be given to present and/or future layout of furniture so as not to locate
stations in positions that will prove to be inappropriate.
To avoid audio feedback, Room Stations should be kept at least four to five meters away from other
stations. Never have more than one station in any one room and avoid mounting stations in the same
wall cavity (i.e. directly below and above one another in a two-storey house).
A suitable height is generally 1400 millimetres from the floor to the centre of the unit.
Stations located on timber frame walls should be located adjacent to a stud to allow for firm fixing.
Stations located on cavity brick walls will require the installation of wall boxes.
Stations installed on single brick walls will also require wall boxes however the cable will need to
be placed in conduit and chased into the brick wall. Where stations are required in bathrooms or
laundries, they must be kept clear of water or steam.
Where stations are mounted on a tiled surface, a wall box should be installed prior to lining/tiling of
the walls and the tiles will need to be cut to the inside dimensions of the wall box.
Where Room Stations are mounted outside and are exposed to the weather, the fitting of
weatherproof covers will be required. Stations must not be installed in saunas.
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DOOR/GATE STATION(S)
Door stations are best located adjacent to the front door or at the front gate at a suggested height of
1400 to 1500 millimetres and may require a wall box depending upon the surface to which they are
to be affixed.
Any station exposed to the weather will require the fitting of a weatherproof cover.
Where stations are to be installed in brick or concrete columns at a front gate, the cable should be
run in conduit from the station to below ground level and back to the house.
For door stations fitted with cameras, consideration must be given the viewing area of the camera
taking factors such as lighting etc into account.
POWER SUPPLY
The power supply is usually located no less than 1 metre and not more than 5 metres from the
Master (or from the Room Station that serves as a central connection point).
Suggested locations are kitchen cupboards, pantry, bedroom wardrobes etc.
The power supply should be located with sufficient space to dissipate heat effectively.
It is desirable to have easy access to the power supply for occasions when power to the system
needs to be switched off and back on again.
AM AND FM ANTENNAS
The antenna arrangement is a critical part of the installation for quality radio reception.
The AM and FM antennas should be located in the highest point of the roof and at least 2 meters
away from any electrical or intercom wiring.
Because both the AM and FM antennas are directional, experimentation with positioning is
recommended to achieve the best possible result.
Where the roof is lined with foil insulation, or is of metal construction, it may be better to have the
AM antenna situated externally.
FM reception can be greatly improved in poor signal areas by using a specialised outdoor FM
antenna.
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AUXILIARY INPUT JACKS
The Auxiliary Input Jack is an optional accessory allowing music from an external source, such as
an iPod, MP3 player, CD player, tape deck, or computer, to be played throughout the intercom
system.
Three different types of Input Jack are used:
1) Input Jack Type B – For systems with or without a Master Station
2) Wireless Audio Transmitter - For use in systems with a Master only
The Input Jack Type Type B should be installed in a wall near the location where the external music
source is to be situated.
Note: An appropriate lead will be required to connect the music source to the Input Jack.
AUXILIARY/LOCK OUTPUT BOARD
The Auxiliary Output Board is an optional accessory allowing electronic door locks, automatic
gates, courtesy lights, etc to be controlled from any station.
There are 2 outputs on each board, which can be individually programmed to time out or toggle
depending on the application.
The Auxiliary Output Board connects to the master or any room station by means of a 4-way lead
provided with the board
Note: Additional wiring is required for this feature to operate.
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CABLING
WHERE TO RUN CABLES
Cables can be run:
• In the roof space
• In false ceilings/bulkhead area
• Through and/or around external walls
• Under floors (subject to access being available)
• Underground in conduit
Intercom cables should be kept as far away from AC wiring as practicality permits.
Avoid running intercom cable in parallel to AC or any other type of wiring.
Avoid having joins in the cables particularly where there will be no future access for servicing.
All antenna wires should be taken to the highest and most accessible point in the roof.
Allow additional cable at each station for the purpose of termination.
(At least 1 meter for the Master)
CABLE TYPE AND CONFIGURATION
The general intercom functions for System One can be cabled using CAT5 or
VALET 8 cable.
If required, 6 core telephone cable can be used providing the system is configured
for 6-wire operation.
It is preferable that the system be star wired from a central point (normally the master) however
loop wiring is permitted providing the number of stations on the loop does not exceed the
recommended number for the overall length of the cable run.
(See section “Maximum Length for Cable Runs”)
Clearly tagging all cables at the Master or central wiring point is strongly recommended as this can
be extremely helpful in isolating damaged cables or other system faults.
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MAXIMUM LENGTH FOR CABLE RUNS
The system may be "star-wired" from a central point or "loop-wired" however the number of
stations on a loop-wired run governs the overall length of the run.
The table below shows the relationship between the length on a cable run and the number of
stations permitted on the run.
A cable run is considered to begin at the station to which the power supply is connected.
Number of Room Stations for a given length cable run
Max Cable Length
No. of stations permitted
100 metres
1 Room Station
50 metres
2 Room Stations
33 metres
3 Room Stations
25 metres
4 Room Stations
Number of Doom Stations for a given length cable run
Max Cable Length
No. of stations permitted
80 metres
1 Door Station
40 metres
2 Door Stations
Note: The above charts are based the use of CAT5 or VALET 8 cable
Where required, the above maximum distances can be doubled by running a “figure 8” cable
(14 x 0.2 mm) in parallel with the POS & NEG wires.
Note: It is vitally important that the POS and NEG wires are balanced in terms of the type of wire and the number of
wires being used - i.e. if a Cat5 wire and a Fig 8 wire are being used for the positive connection, a Cat5 wire and
a Fig 8 wire should also be used for the negative connection.
CABLE COLOUR CODING
FUNCTION
POS
NEG
TC
VLC
COM1
COM2
MUS1
MUS2
CAT5
GREEN/WHITE
GREEN
ORANGE/WHITE
ORANGE
BLUE/WHITE
BLUE
BROWN/WHITE
BROWN
VALET 8
RED
BLACK
SHIELDED RED (OR GREY)
SHIELDED WHITE (OR YELLOW)
WHITE
BLUE
GREEN
ORANGE
TELEPHONE
RED
BLACK
GREEN
ORANGE
WHITE
BLUE
N/A
N/A
Please note, that while the use of recommended colours are only of importance to maintain
convention, it is important that twisted pairs are used particularly for the communication pair
(COM1 and COM2) and for the music pair (MUS1 and MUS2).
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MASTER TO ROOMS
Depending on the type of cable being used, rooms stations are wired as per the table above.
Where an optional Auxiliary Output Board is fitted, the AUX terminal from each room must be
wired to the AUX terminal at the master
- Function is operated by pressing AUX followed output NUMBER
Note:
If the number of conductors available are insufficient, the system can
be configured as 6-wire allowing one of the spare conductors to be used as a seventh wire for
the auxiliary function.
MASTER TO DOORS
Door stations also are wired as per the table above however the MUS1 and MUS2 connections are
not applicable hence only six wires are required for general door station operation
For door stations fitted with a camera, the video signal can be transmitted using either the spare
Cat5 pair or a separate coaxial cable.
Note: Where a Cat5 pair is being used for the video signal, passive video baluns may be required at both ends of
the cable to achieve a good video image.
POWER SUPPLY
If a power supply is being used with a standard cable already attached, any required cable extension
should not be added to the end of the existing standard cable.
Where the existing cable length needs to be extended, the existing cable should be cut to a length of
only 10cm.
A heavy duty "Figure 8" cable should then be properly connected to the end of the 10cm cable from
the Power Supply and run to the Master (or the Room Station serving as a central connection point).
The total resistance of the power supply cable should not be greater than 0.4 divided by the total
system current.
EXAMPLE:
Power Supply Cable Resistance (in ohms)
≤ 0.4 ÷ Total System Current (in amps)*
* where the total system current = sum of the peak current of all the stations on the system
As a guide for cable resistance, the typical return resistance of the standard wire attached to a
plugpack is approximately 0.17 ohm per metre.
The typical return resistance for "24 x 0.2 Figure 8" wire is approximately 0.05 ohm per metre.
EXAMPLE:
For a system with a maximum current draw of 2A, the maximum allowable power supply cable
resistance is 0.2 ohm (calculated by: 0.4 divided by 2A).
The maximum length for the standard plugpack cable in the above example would be approximately
1.2 meters (calculated by: 0.2 ohm divided by 0.17 ohm).
The maximum length for "24 x 0.20 Fig 8" cable in the above example would be approximately 4
meters (calculated by: 0.2 ohm divided by 0.05 ohm).
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AM AERIAL
The coaxial cable supplied with the Master is fitted with a plug at one end and a socket at the other
end, which allows for plugging together multiple lengths of coaxial cable for extended runs.
The plug and socket is to be cut off at both ends of the coaxial cable run for connection to the
Master and the AM loop antenna.
The cable is to be run from the Master to the highest point in the roof where the loop antenna must
be connected to both the inner core and the outer shield of the coaxial cable.
FM ANTENNA
The 300 ohm FM ribbon antenna supplied with the Master is to be run from the Master to the
highest point in the roof.
If using coaxial cable to connect to an alternative 75 ohm antenna, be sure to fit a
300 ohm/75 ohm balun to the terminals at the Master.
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AUXILIARY INPUT JACKS (OPTIONAL)
Two different Input Jacks are available:
Wireless Audio Transmitter
• Can only be used on systems incorporating a master station
• No cabling required between the master and the input jack
Input Jack Type ‘B’
• For use with systems using S1-M master or Room Station Only systems
(Can also be used for earlier systems using the VM102 master)
• Run 3 pair cable (or same wire as used for intercom wiring) from the Input Jack to the
master (or the room station serving as the central connection point).
AUXILIARY OUTPUT BOARDS (OPTIONAL)
An additional hook-up wire (13 x 0.13 or similar) is required to connect the AUX terminal of all
Room Stations.
Note: If 8-core cable is being used, the system can be configured for 6-wire operation allowing one of the wires from the
spare pair to be used instead of the additional hook-up wire mentioned above.
Heavy duty "Figure 8" cable is to be run from the power source (via the auxiliary relay contacts) to
the applicable auxiliary device.
To minimise cable voltage drop to the auxiliary device, the total resistance of the cable connecting
the auxiliary device to the power source, (via the auxiliary board relay), should be approximately
1/10 the resistance of the load represented by the auxiliary device itself.
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BLOCK DIAGRAMS
BLOCK DIAGRAM FOR SYSTEM WITH MASTER
FM Antenna
MASTER
AM Antenna
Power Supply
Power Supply
Lock
Relay
Input Jack
Type B
ROOM 1
DOOR
ROOM 2
ROOM 3
ROOM 4
ROOM 5
Note: The maximum length (in metres) of any individual wiring run = 100 divided by the number of stations on the run.
i.e. The maximum length for the cable run connecting the Master and Rooms 3, 4 & 5, is
100m ÷ 3 stations = 33 metres in total.
(The master is not used in the calculation because it is the station to which the power supply is connected)
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BLOCK DIAGRAMS FOR ROOM STATION ONLY SYSTEMS
IMPORTANT:
On Room Station Only systems, a 22K load resistor is required and should be fitted across
the VLC and NEG terminals of the Room Station to which the power supply is connected.
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INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION OF S1-M MASTER STATION
Timber Frame Not Yet Lined
Install the Master wall box flush with the front of the stud and brace it so as to limit any movement
of the box when fitting the Master Station.
After the wall has been lined, cut out an opening to the inside dimensions of the wall box.
Wall Box for Master Station – Timber Frame Wall – Not Lined
Timber Frame Wall Already Lined
Cut out an opening in the wall lining but do not cut right up against the wall stud or noggin ensuring
that there is enough wall lining overlap to cover the wall box frame.
Slide the Master wall box in side ways, then straighten it up and firmly nail it to the stud so that it is
flush with the front of the stud. (S1-M H 325mm x W 270mm)
Wall Box for Master Station – Timber Frame Wall – Already Lined
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Cavity Brick Wall
Remove bricks and install wall box.
For homes under construction, install wall box as brickwork is going up.
Wall Box for Master Station – Cavity Brick Wall
Fitting the Master to the Wall
Pull the cables through the wall box.
Break off the appropriate number of cable entry tabs from the bottom left hand corner of the Master
termination PCB to facilitate any incoming cables.
Ensuring that the Master front is supported, pull all the cables through the Back Case via the space
provided by the removed cable entry tabs and fit the Master Back Housing into the wall.
Secure the wall box using the four 6G x 1 ½N˝ screws provided in the kit bag
Terminate the cables as per the Master Termination information on the following page.
Hang the master front from the top of the back housing.
When the entire installation is complete and tested, press and align the plastic clips at the bottom of
the back housing, while pushing the bottom of the plastic front so it clips into position.
- Ensure all the internal wiring of the master remains clear of the mating parts
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S1-M Master Terminations
12V
POS & NEG - Pre–wired by factory for video models – not to be used for any other purpose
13.8V I-P
POS & NEG - Input from regulated linear 13.8V supply (3A min for master and up to 10 room/door stations)
ROOM STATIONS
POS
NEG
TC1
TC2
VLC
SHLD
- Connects to POS terminal at all Room and Door stations
- Connects to NEG terminal at all Room and Door stations
- Connects to TC terminal at all Room and Door stations
- Connects to CH- terminal at Door station only (applicable only to video door station)
- Connects to VLC terminal at all Room and Door stations
- Not Connected (except where shielded cable used)
COM1
COM2
MUS1
MUS2
AUX
- Connects to COM1 terminal at all Room and Door stations
- Connects to COM2 terminal at all Room and Door stations
- Connects to MUS1 terminal at all Room stations only
- Connects to MUS2 terminal at all Room stations only
- Connects to AUX terminal at all Room stations only (only required if auxiliary output board fitted)
13.8V O-P
POS & NEG - 13.8V output for powering auxiliary devices
LOAD RES
- Not normally used – allows for fitting of alternative VLC load resistor when used with version 1 room
and door stations (indicated track also has to be cut where alternative resistor used)
YELLOW RCA SOCKET
VIDEO IN
- Input for video signal from door station
(located on PCB below video display on video models only)
DC SOCKET
VIDEO PWR - Power for video – accepts factory wired black lead with dc plug
(located on PCB below video display on video models only)
RELAY 2
NC
COM
NO
- Master Lock relay (dry contacts) – activates for 3 seconds when LOCK button pressed
(Only on video models – alternative to using LK output at door station)
AM
SIG & GND - AM Loop antenna wired back to master using 75Ω coaxial cable
FM 300Ω
FM1 & FM2 - FM Ribbon antenna (or external FM antenna wired using 75Ω coaxial cable and connected to master
using 75Ω to 300Ω balun)
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INSTALLATION OF R200 (S1-R) ROOM STATION
The room station is normally mounted at a height from the floor of approximately 1400mm
If a surface mount back box is being used, feed the cable through the back box and secure the back
box to the wall using screws and appropriate wall plugs.
If a recess mount back box is being used, a rectangular cut-out 201mm (W) x 91mm (H) will be
required preferably with one side of the cut-out being adjacent to a wall stud if possible.
Pull the cable through the back box and secure using screws and appropriate wall plugs (where
required).
Assemble the pcb, keymat, and plastic insert to the metal plate as shown below.
Fit the terminal block to the PCB and terminate wires from the cable as per the ROOM STATION
TERMINATIONS section below.
Secure the metal plate to the back box using the PT screws provided.
Fit the optional trim plate in position if required.
Finally clip the plastic front onto the back box.
Assembly of Room Station Components
Room Station Terminations
POS
NEG
TC
VLC
SHLD
COM1
COM2
MUS1
MUS2
AUX
- Connects to POS terminal at Master
- Connects to NEG terminal at Master
- Connects to TC1 terminal at Master
- Connects to VLC terminal at Master
- Not Connected (except where shielded cable used)
- Connects to COM1 terminal at Master
- Connects to COM2 terminal at Master
- Connects to MUS1 terminal at Master
- Connects to MUS2 terminal at Master
- Connects to AUX terminal at Master (only required if Aux Output PCB fitted to system)
NOTE: For Room Station Only system (without a master) be sure to fit a load resistor from VLC to NEG at the room station
to which the power supply is connected. A load resistor is provided with each room station however only one load
resistor is required for the entire system.
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INSTALLATION OF K200 (S1-DT) DESKTOP STATION
The desktop station connects to a wall plate by means of a CAT5 Patch Lead (RJ45 to RJ45)
The patch lead should be “straight through” and not “crossover” in that the wire colour coding
should be the same at both ends of the lead.
The wall plate used is to be fitted with a CAT5 IDC Jack marked with T568A colour coding.
(Many CAT5 IDC Jacks have both T568A and T568B colour coding and are marked by A or B
respectively)
The CAT5 cable from the master wires to the CAT5 IDC connector according to the T568A colour
coding standard.
The pin numbering for the RJ45 jack on the wall plate and on the Desktop Station
is as per this drawing.
Using the recommended straight through patch lead, the cable functions are as
follows:
PIN
FUNCTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
POS
NEG
TC
COM2
COM1
VLC
MUS1
MUS2
WALL PLATE
CONNECTIONS (T568A)
GREEN/WHITE
GREEN
ORANGE/WHITE
BLUE
BLUE/WHITE
ORANGE
BROWN/WHITE
BROWN
Please note that the IDC connections on
the RJ45 wall plate jack are designed to
work best with solid core CAT5 cable.
The use of stranded CAT5 cable however
is recommend for making up patch leads.
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INSTALLATION OF D200 (S1-FD) DOOR STATION
The door station is normally mounted at a height from the floor of approximately 1400 to 1500mm.
If a surface mount back box is being used, feed the cable through the back box and secure the back
box to the wall using screws and appropriate wall plugs.
If a recess mount back box is being used, a brick is usually removed and a metal wall box fitted.
(Part Number: 100-976)
Pull the cable through the metal wall box and the door station back box and secure the back box to
the metal wall box using screws.
Fit the terminal block(s) to the PCB and terminate wires from the cable as per the DOOR
STATION TERMINATION section below.
Secure the metal plate to the back box using only one screw initially as programming and volume
level adjustments will most likely need to be made to the PCB before the unit is finally sealed.
After the unit has been programmed and the volume levels adjusted, the installation can then be
completed.
Secure the metal plate to the back box using the PT screws provided.
Fit the optional weather shield if required (see part numbers below)
Fit the optional trim plate in position if required.
Finally clip the plastic front onto the back box.
Note: - Fitting of a weather shield is recommended where the station may be exposed to weather.
Recommended weather shield is: P/N 100-962
D200 (S1-FD) Door Station Terminations
10-WAY BLOCK
POS
NEG
TC
VLC
SHLD
COM1
COM2
CH –
+
LK –
- Connects to POS terminal at Master
- Connects to NEG terminal at Master
- Connects to TC1 terminal at Master
- Connects to VLC terminal at Master
- Not Connected (except where shielded cable used)
- Connects to COM1 terminal at Master
- Connects to COM2 terminal at Master
- Switched negative for Chime Relay
- Positive 12V for Lock Relay and Chime Relay
- Switched negative for Lock Relay
2-WAY BLOCK
V SIG
SHLD
- Connects to centre (Signal) of yellow RCA socket at Master (Video Input)
- Connects to outer (Gnd) of yellow RCA socket at Master
Note 1: - Relays used for Lock Output and Chime output should have a coil Resistance of 240 ohm or greater
- The Lock and Chime Controlled outputs are for optional applications
Note 2: - For Room Station Only systems, each terminal connects to the corresponding terminal of the room station to
which the power supply is connected
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INSTALLATION OF ALLOY DOOR STATION
This station is designed to be surface mounted.
On brick, stone or cement walls, ensure that there is a small recessed section, where the cabling
protrudes through the wall, to facilitate the video connector, balun or any other connections.
Remove the hex head screw from the bottom of the door station to allow the metal front to be
separated from the plastic body.
Using the plastic body as guide, mark the four mounting points for the four corners of the plastic
body.
Drill four holes into the wall, suitable for the particular wall plugs or wall anchors being used.
Fit the plugs or anchors to the wall.
Remove the Pozi head screw at the top of the plastic back of the door station body allowing the
plastic back to be removed from the main body. Note the position of the small removable metal
plate that the screw threads into. (For when the unit is later reassembled)
If the Lock or the Chime Output functions are to be utilized, drill a 3.5mm hole in the plastic back
just to the right of the video cable that protrudes through the plastic back.
Feed the 3 wires from the supplied 3 way lead through the hole (from the inside) pulling the wires
through about 2/3 of the way.
Plug the 3 way connector into the 3 way header located on the circuit board just above the speaker.
If a weather shield is to be fitted, pull the cable through the slot in the weather shield and loosely
secure the weather shield to the wall using just one or two mounting points.
Strip back the intercom cable coming out of the wall and terminate as per the DOOR STATION
TERMINATION section on the following page.
Do not secure to the wall at this stage as programming and volume level adjustments will most
likely need to be made to the PCB before the unit is finally sealed.
After the unit has been programmed and the volume levels adjusted, the installation can then be
completed.
Hook the two plastic tabs on the bottom of the plastic back into the bottom of the main body.
Ensure the wires between the body and the plastic back tuck neatly into the rectangular cut-out in
the pcb.
Refit the pozi head screw at the top of the plastic back.
Ensure the small metal plate is correctly inserted into the slot at the bottom of the plastic back.
Remove the one or two screws already holding the weather shield in position.
Position the weather shield and main body of the door station and secure using four suitable screws.
Hook the metal front over the top of the plastic body.
Position and secure the hex head screw at the bottom of the unit while pressing the bottom of the
unit against the wall.
Note: - Fitting of a weather shield is recommended where the station may be exposed to weather.
Recommended weather shields are: P/N 100-906 (Tinted)
P/N 100-907 (Clear)
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Alloy Door Station Terminations
6-WAY BLOCK
POS
NEG
TC
VLC
COM1
COM2
- Connects to POS terminal at Master
- Connects to NEG terminal at Master
- Connects to TC1 terminal at Master
- Connects to VLC terminal at Master
- Connects to COM1 terminal at Master
- Connects to COM2 terminal at Master
3-WAY LEAD
BLACK WIRE (CH –) - Switched negative for Chime Relay
BLUE WIRE (+)
- Positive 12V for Lock Relay and Chime Relay
WHITE WIRE (LK –) - Switched negative for Lock relay
BNC CONNECTOR
CENTRE (V SIG) - Connects to centre (Signal) of yellow RCA socket at Master (Video Input)
OUTER (SHLD) - Connects to outer (Gnd) of yellow RCA socket at Master
Note 1: - Relays used for Lock Output and Chime output should have a coil Resistance of 240 ohm or greater
- The Lock and Chime Controlled outputs are for optional applications
Note 2: - For Room Station Only systems, each terminal connects to the corresponding terminal of the room station to
which the power supply is connected
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Wiring the Lock and Chime Outputs
The Lock output (LK) and Chime (voltage) output (CH) will provide 12 Volt DC @ 50mA which
can be used to power up relays which in turn will switch voltage to the device being used.
Note: Both these outputs are designed to drive a load, with a resistance of less than 240 ohm.
Check the coil resistance of the relays to be used with a multimeter.
Powering Relays from Lock from Lock and Chime Outputs
RELAY 12V DC *
N.C.
COM
N.O.
LK
+
CH
RELAY 12V DC *
N.C.
COM
N.O.
* RELAY COIL RESISTANCE SHOULD NOT BE LESS THAN 240 OHM
Lock Output
The LK terminal provides an output voltage (to activate an automatic gate or release an electric
door strike) whenever the LOCK button is pressed at the Master or any Room Station (after
communicating to the door station).
For an electric door strike, power can be taken from the door station or from a separate power source
depending on the resistive load represented by the lock – See following diagrams for further detail.
Operating Automatic Gates
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Powering Electric Lock from Door Station
POS
NEG
ELECTRIC
LOCK
TC
+
N.C.
COM
N.O.
LK
RELAY 12V DC
*
DOOR STATION
* RELAY COIL RESISTANCE SHOULD NOT BE LESS THAN 240 OHM
* LOCK COIL RESISTANCE SHOULD NOT BE LESS THAN 48 OHM
WARNING
Do not use this method of wiring for electric locks with a coil resistance of less than 48 ohm
Powering Electric Lock from Separate Supply
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INSTALLATION OF AUXILIARY INPUT JACKS
INPUT JACK TYPE B
Installation in Timber Frame Walls
Cut out the wall lining so as to allow the circuit board to be recessed into the opening.
Mark the mounting points and fit appropriate wall plugs.
Pull the cable through the opening, strip the required wires, and screw into the terminals of the
Input Jack as indicated on the diagram.
Screw the Input Jack to the wall.
Installation in Cavity Brick Walls
Note: A standard "HPM Stand Off Mounting Block" is recommended, as it may be difficult to enlarge the hole in the
brickwork to allow recessing of the circuit board.
Drill through the brickwork to the cavity.
Pull the cable through the opening.
Drill and plug the brickwork at the mounting points for the "Stand Off Mounting Block."
Pull the cable through the mounting block and screw the mounting block to the wall.
Strip the required wires and screw into the terminals of the Input Jack.
Screw the Input Jack to the mounting block.
CONNECTING AUDIO SOURCE TO INPUT JACKS
The Input Jack Type A and Input Jack Type B each have two RCA sockets fitted to the front plate,
which allows for connection to an audio source such as a CD player, iPod or computer.
A separate audio connection lead will need to be purchased with 2 x RCA plugs at one end and a
plug (or plugs) at the other end to suit the audio source being used.
Some common Audio Leads used are:
2 x RCA plugs to 2 x RCA plugs - for CD player, DVD player or tape deck.
2 x RCA plugs to 3.5mm stereo plug - for MP3 player, computer or portable audio devices.
2 x RCA plugs to 6.5 mm stereo plug - for headphone output on some stereo systems.
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Connection Diagram for Input Jack Type B – 8 Wire Room Station Only Systems
Connection Diagram for Input Jack Type B – 6 Wire Room Station Only Systems
BLUE
BLU/WH
Link L1 should be Closed
(Jumper On)
ORANGE
ORG/WH
GREEN
COM1
VLC
TC
Connections at
Room Station
NEG
POS
RED
BLK
GRY
YEL
GRN
ORG
GRN/WH
COM2
L1
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WIRELESS AUDIO TRANSMITTER
(Only for systems fitted with a Master Station)
Connections
Connect the plug pack to the Wireless Audio Transmitter.
Connect the audio output of a PC, CD player, TV, or any other device with an audio output, to the
3.5mm stereo input jack on the Wireless Audio Transmitter.
Connect the plug pack to the power point and switch the power point on.
INSTALLATION OF AUXILIARY OUTPUT BOARD
ON SYSTEMS FITTED WITH S1-M MASTER STATION
For non-video S1-M Masters, the Auxiliary output board can be mounted internally on the rear of
the plastic back to the right of the audio interface PCB (labelled Input Jack Type B) and above the
Termination PCB.
For S1-M Masters with video mounting the Auxiliary PCB externally on the rear of the plastic back
may be required due to lack of space internally.
Using the pcb as a template, mark the position of the four mounting holes on the rear of the master
back housing.
Drill four 3mm holes in the marked positions.
Secure the Auxiliary Output Board to the rear of the master back housing using four M3 x 10mm
screws, four M3 nuts and four M3 fibre (or nylon) washers.
Fit the fibre washers between the pcb and the back housing as spacers.
Fit the supplied 4-way lead to the 4-way header on the Auxiliary PCB.
Note that the functions for each of the wires are marked on the PCB in small print
Cut the 4-way connector off the other end of the lead.
Connect the + wire of the Auxiliary PCB to the POS terminal (in the Room Station terminal group)
on the termination PCB.
Connect the – wire to the NEG terminal and connect the AUX wire to the AUX terminal.
The fourth wire is not used and can be removed.
Power being switched through the Auxiliary relay contacts, can be taken from the 13.8V O-P
terminals on master Termination PCB.
ON ROOM STATION ONLY SYSTEMS
The Auxiliary Output Board can be mounted to the back of any Room Station.
Using the pcb as a template, mark the position of four mounting holes on the rear of the room
station back housing.
Drill four 3mm holes in the marked positions.
Secure the Auxiliary Output Board to the rear of the room station back housing using four M3 x
10mm screws, four M3 nuts and four M3 fibre (or nylon) washers.
Fit the fibre washers between the pcb and the back housing as spacers.
Orientate the board so the header for the 4way lead is in the closest position to the cable access hole
in the rear of the room station.
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Fit the supplied 4-way lead to the 4-way header on the Auxiliary PCB.
Feed the other end of the 4way lead through the cable access hole and plug onto the 4 way header
on the room station pcb after all other wiring to the room station has been completed.
It is recommended that power being switched through the Auxiliary relay contacts, not be taken
from the POS and NEG terminals on the Room Station, but rather from a separate power source.
This is to prevent a voltage drop at the Room Station while the auxiliary device is being powered.
NOTE: The relay contacts on the Auxiliary Output Board are Dry Contacts. They act as a switch
and do not output any voltage on their own.
IMPORTANT: For this feature to operate from all stations, the AUX terminals of all room
stations are to be connected.
WARNING: This board is not designed to switch High Voltage directly. A separate suitable relay
can be used in conjunction with this board, where the switching of High Voltage is
required.
Typical Auxiliary Output Board Applications
Electric Door Strike
Automatic Gates
AUTOMATIC GATE
NORMALLY OPEN
KEYSWITCH
CONTACTS
CONTACTS ON
AUXILIARY O-P BOARD
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INSTALLATION OF POWER SUPPLY
A regulated 13.8V dc power supply is required to power the system.
For systems using a Master, it is imperative that a regulated linear supply be used, as switch mode
supplies will cause interference to AM radio reception.
Note: - Since some linear supplies also generate interference, it is suggested that only power supplies recommended by
iCentral be used.
- See sections "LOCATION OF EQUIPMENT" and "CABLING" for important details on power supply location
and cabling.
POWER SUPPLY CURRENT RATING
It is important to use a power supply with a current rating sufficient for the size of the system.
The power supply current rating (for a system as a whole) is determined by adding the peak current
requirement of each of the components making up the system.
System One Component
Current
S1-M Master Station
0.8A
R200 (S1-R) Room Station
0.15A
K200 (S1-DT) Desktop Station
0.15A
D200 (S1-FD) Door Station – With Camera
0.17A
D200 (S1-FD) Door Station – No Camera
0.12A
Auxiliary Input Jack
0.1A
CONNECTION TO A MASTER SYSTEM
For a system fitted with a Master Station, the power supply is to be connected to the Master Station.
The Master Station has a dedicated pair of terminals labelled "13.8V I-P" on the termination PCB
for the connection of the power supply.
Because a DC power supply is used, it is important that the correct polarity (POS & NEG) be
observed.
CONNECTION TO A ROOM STATION ONLY SYSTEM
For a system not fitted with a Master Station, the power supply is to be connected to the POS and
NEG terminals of one of the room stations.
Where the system is star wired, the power supply should connect to the Room Station to which all
other stations have been wired.
Where the system is loop wired, it is recommended that the power supply be located centrally in the
system, as shown in “Figure A” below, as the length of a run of cable is calculated from the station
to which the power supply is connected.
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Figure A
Total Cable From First Station to Last station = 100M
Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
Cable Run No. 1 = 50M
Room 4
Door
Cable Run No. 2 = 50M
ACCEPTABLE
Figure B
Total Cable From First Station to Last station = 100M
Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
Room 4
Door
Cable Run No. 1 = 100M
UNACCEPTABLE
In Figure A, there are effectively two cable runs of 50M each, with two stations on each run. This
is acceptable because it is permissible to have two stations on a 50M run of cable.
(see section " MAXIMUM LENGTH OF CABLE RUNS")
In Figure B, there is only one cable run of 100M in length, with four stations on the run.
This is unacceptable because it is only permissible to have one station on a 100M cable run
(see section " MAXIMUM LENGTH OF CABLE RUNS")
Because a DC power supply is used, it is important that the positive lead of the power supply
connects to the POS terminal and the negative lead of the power supply connects to the NEG
terminal of the applicable Room Station.
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MASTER SETUP
ENTERING PROGRAM MODE
Press PRIV and MON buttons simultaneously.
The red LED will flash the current station number.
When all programming options have been entered, press CLEAR to exit PROGRAM mode.
STATION CODING
For the purpose of Select Calling (calling individual or grouped stations), each station must be
allocated either a Single Digit or Double Digit number. If the same number is allocated to more than
one station, the stations having the same number will form a group. Allocating a number to a station
is done by means of keypad programming as outlined below.
Single Digit Coding
Single Digit format is the default setting intended for systems requiring up to 7 select call channels.
This format offers the convenience of calling individual or grouped stations by pressing only one
button.
If not previously programmed, the station will be in the default Single Digit format where, in
program mode, the red LED will repeatedly flash a string of 1 to 7 flashes representing the
programmed Single Digit number (Default number = 1).
Enter a number between 1 and 7 by pressing the corresponding button. The red LED will now
repeatedly flash the new programmed number.
Exit PROGRAM mode by pressing CLEAR, or remain in PROGRAM mode to program more
options.
Double Digit Coding
Double Digit format is a programming option intended for systems requiring from 8 to 21 select call
channels.
This format requires that two buttons be pressed in sequence to call individual stations.
If not previously programmed, the station will be in the default Single Digit format where, in
program mode, the red LED will repeatedly flash a string of 1 to 7 flashes representing the
programmed Single Digit number (Default number = 1).
Press the AUX button to toggle to Double Digit mode.
In Double Digit mode the red LED will repeatedly flash the following information.
- 2 quick flashes representing Double Digit mode
- 1 to 3 flashes representing the first digit (default = 1)
- 1 to 7 flashes representing the second digit (default = 1)
Enter a Double Digit number in the ranges of, 11 to 17, 21 to 27, or 31 to 37 (21 possibilities)
The red LED will repeatedly flash the following information.
- 2 quick flashes representing Double Digit mode
- 1 to 3 flashes representing the first digit of the new number
- 1 to 7 flashes representing the second digit of the new number
Exit program mode by pressing CLEAR or remain in PROGRAM mode to program more options.
Note: - Single and Double Digit format cannot be mixed in one system.
- Each station is to be individually programmed to the same format.
- Repeated pressing of the AUX button, while in program mode, will toggle between Single and Double Digit formats.
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KEYPAD BACKLIGHTING
Keypad backlighting, which can be toggled on and off by pressing the DOOR button while in
PROGRAM mode.
Note: Repeated pressing of the DOOR button, while in program mode, will toggle the backlighting On and Off.
VOLUME FEEDBACK TONE
When adjusting the volume level on the room stations, a feedback tone will be heard that varies in
amplitude as the volume level is adjusted.
This feedback tone can be disabled by repositioning a jumper from ENABLE to DISABLE.
The jumper is labelled JMP1 on each room station pcb.
SYSTEM RADIO VOLUME
If the radio volume throughout the system is generally to loud or too quiet with the local volume
controls set a comfortable position for communication and chimes, the system radio volume and
tone controls at the master can be adjusted to correct this.
This is achieved by adjusting the blue trim pots located on the Audio Interface PCB (labelled Input
Jack Type B) which is the upper left PCB in the master back housing.
The trim pots are vertical and must be adjusted from the right hand side using a small flat bladed
screwdriver (2mm blade).
The top pot adjusts the tone and the bottom pot adjusts the volume.
VIDEO SETTINGS
Colour, contrast and brightness for the video display can be adjusted using the three rotary controls
on the small PCB located below the video display on the inside of the master front.
Press the DOOR button to bring up a video image from the door station and adjust the controls for
the desired picture.
SIX WIRE OPERATION
Although System One is designed to operate optimally using 8-wire cabling, it will also operate
using 6-wire cabling if required.
Note: The trade off in using 6-wire cabling is that music will mute at all stations during private communication where as with
8-wire cabling, music will only mute at the two stations involved in communication.
Setting up Six Wire Mode
Where room stations are programmed for six wire operation the master is set up for six wire
operation by fitting two wire links and repositioning a jumper.
In terms of programming, the master must not be programmed to the 6-wire setting but must
instead remain programmed to the default 8-wire setting (Green LED ON in program mode).
Wire links are to be fitted between COM1 and MUS1 and between COM2 and MUS2 on the
termination PCB (at the master only)
The Jumper L1 on the Audio interface PCB (labelled Input Jack Type B) located upper left in the
master back housing must be positioned so that it bridges the two pins.
Note: - Music wires (MUS1 and MUS2) are not required.
- The wire links described above must be fitted at the master but must not be fitted at the room stations.
- Where the master is set up for 6 wire operation, all room stations must be programmed to 6-wire mode.
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RADIO/CLOCK ADJUSTMET
SETTING THE CLOCK
With the time displayed (Radio off):
• Press the "Mem" button, causing the minutes to flash.
• Use the "Up" and "Down" buttons to adjust the minutes.
• Press the "Mem" button, causing the hours to flash.
• Use the "Up" and "Down" buttons to adjust the hours.
Note: Cycle the hours through 12 hours to change AM/PM
•
Press the "Mem" button, to exit “time set” mode.
SETTING THE RADIO
•
•
•
•
•
•
Press the “Mus” button at the Master, so the red LED illuminates.
Turn the radio on, by pressing the “Power” button at Master.
Tune to the desired frequency, using the “Up/Down” buttons.
Allocate a preset memory location if desired, by pressing the “Mem” button, followed by a
preset number, followed by the “Mem” button again.
Use the Volume – and + buttons to adjust the volume at each station
Note: Radio will only be at heard at stations set to Music mode (Red LED illuminated)
The overall radio volume for the whole system can be adjusted if required using the Audio
Options Menu in program mode.
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ROOM STATION SETUP
ENTERING PROGRAM MODE
Press PRIV and MON buttons simultaneously.
The red LED will flash the current station number.
When all programming options have been entered, press CLEAR to exit PROGRAM mode.
ROOM STATION CODING
For the purpose of Select Calling (calling individual or grouped stations), each station must be
allocated either a Single Digit or Double Digit number. If the same number is allocated to more than
one station, the stations having the same number will form a group. Allocating a number to a station
is done by means of keypad programming as outlined below.
Single Digit Coding
Single Digit format is the default setting intended for systems requiring up to 7 select call channels.
This format offers the convenience of calling individual or grouped stations by pressing only one
button.
If not previously programmed, the station will be in the default Single Digit format where, in
program mode, the red LED will repeatedly flash a string of 1 to 7 flashes representing the
programmed Single Digit number (Default number = 1).
Enter a number between 1 and 7 by pressing the corresponding button. The red LED will now
repeatedly flash the new programmed number.
Exit PROGRAM mode by pressing CLEAR, or remain in PROGRAM mode to program more
options.
Double Digit Coding
Double Digit format is a programming option intended for systems requiring from 8 to 21 select call
channels.
This format requires that two buttons be pressed in sequence to call individual stations.
If not previously programmed, the station will be in the default Single Digit format where, in
program mode, the red LED will repeatedly flash a string of 1 to 7 flashes representing the
programmed Single Digit number (Default number = 1).
Press the AUX button to toggle to Double Digit mode.
In Double Digit mode the red LED will repeatedly flash the following information.
- 2 quick flashes representing Double Digit mode
- 1 to 3 flashes representing the first digit (default = 1)
- 1 to 7 flashes representing the second digit (default = 1)
Enter a Double Digit number in the ranges of, 11 to 17, 21 to 27, or 31 to 37 (21 possibilities)
The red LED will repeatedly flash the following information.
- 2 quick flashes representing Double Digit mode
- 1 to 3 flashes representing the first digit of the new number
- 1 to 7 flashes representing the second digit of the new number
Exit program mode by pressing CLEAR or remain in PROGRAM mode to program more options.
Note: - Single and Double Digit format cannot be mixed in one system.
- Each station is to be individually programmed to the same format.
- Repeated pressing of the AUX button, while in program mode, will toggle between Single and Double Digit formats.
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KEYPAD BACKLIGHTING
Keypad backlighting, which can be toggled on and off by pressing the DOOR button while in
PROGRAM mode.
Note: Repeated pressing of the DOOR button, while in program mode, will toggle the backlighting On and Off.
VOLUME FEEDBACK TONE
When adjusting the volume level on the room stations, a feedback tone will be heard that varies in
amplitude as the volume level is adjusted.
This feedback tone can be disabled by repositioning a jumper from ENABLE to DISABLE.
The jumper is labelled JMP1 on each room station pcb.
SIX WIRE OPERATION
Although System One is designed to operate optimally using 8-wire cabling, it will also operate
using 6-wire cabling if required.
Note: The trade off in using 6-wire cabling is that music will mute at all stations during private communication where as with
8-wire cabling, music will only mute at the two stations involved in communication.
Selecting Six Wire Mode
In PROGRAM mode, press the HOUSE button to select 6-wire mode (green LED off).
Press CLEAR to exit Program Mode or leave in program mode to alter any programming options.
Note: - The station will toggle between 6-wire mode (green LED Off) and 8-wire mode (green LED On) each time the
HOUSE button is pressed while in program mode.
- Where this option is selected and a S1-M master is fitted, the master must be configured according to the specific
instructions outlined in the section MASTER SETUP
- Where this option is selected, all other room stations must be programmed to 6-wire mode
- Music wires (MUS1 and MUS2) are not required.
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DOOR STATION SETUP
DOOR STATION VOLUME ADJUSTMENTS
There are 2 adjustments on the door station which may require fine tuning after installation.
Note: A flat bladed screw driver with a blade width of 2 - 2.4mm is required to perform these adjustments.
The use of an incorrect screw driver will result in the pot being damaged.
Chime Volume
Chime volume is adjusted by means of a miniature trim pot (VR2) situated on the door station
circuit board. Turning this pot will vary the chime volume throughout the system. This pot should
be adjusted so the chime volume comes through at an acceptable level at the internal room stations
at their default volume setting.
Speaker Volume
Speaker volume at the door station is adjusted by means of a miniature trim pot (VR1) situated on
the door station circuit board. Turning this pot will vary the speaker volume. This adjustment is
best made while someone is communicating to the door station from one of the internal stations.
CHANGING THE CHIME
The chime melody can be changed to any one of ten options by means of the two programming
switches (SEL & PROG) situated on the door station circuit board.
Procedure
Press the Program button (PROG) – The red LED illuminates and the current chime plays.
Press the Select button (SEL) – The next chime option plays.
Repeatedly press the Select button until the desired melody is heard.
Press the Program button to lock in selection – The red LED flashes.
Press the Program button again to exit program mode – The red LED extinguishes.
Note: Pressing the Select button after all ten chime options have been sampled, will return to the first chime option.
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CHIME (VOLTAGE) OUTPUT OPTIONS
The CH Terminal provides an output voltage whenever the chime button is pressed. The duration of
this output voltage is set by 1of 4 programming options.
Chime Output Options
Option #1 Single flash - Voltage present for duration of Bell Press
Option #2 Double flash - Voltage present for duration of Chime
Option #3 Triple flash - Voltage present for 10 seconds from moment of Bell Press
Option #4 Quad flash - Voltage present for 30 seconds from moment of Bell Press
The chime output voltage duration can be changed by means of the two programming switches
(SEL & PROG) situated on the door station circuit board.
Procedure
Press the Program button (PROG) – The red LED illuminates and the current chime is
played.
Press the Program button again to select voltage output option mode – The red LED flashes
the current output voltage option.
Press the Select button (SEL) – The next output option is flashed by the red LED.
Repeatedly press the Select button until the desired voltage output option is flashed by the
red LED.
Press the Program button again to lock in selection and exit program mode – The red LED
extinguishes.
Note: Pressing the Select button after all 4 output options have been sampled, will return to the first output option.
INPUT JACK TYPE B SETUP
Where an Input Jack Type B has been wired into an 8-wire system, ensure the jumper has been
removed from the two link pins labelled “L1”.
Where the Input Jack has been wired into a 6-wire system, ensure the jumper has been fitted across
the two link pins labelled “L1”.
The volume control on the Input Jack should be adjusted for the desired volume at the intercom
stations with the Room Station volume controls adjusted to position for communication.
The tone control should be adjusted 1/2 way or to personal preference.
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WIRELESS AUDIO TRANMITTER SETUP
Turn on the intercom radio and press the MUSIC button at the Master, to enable MUSIC mode.
Tune the intercom radio to one of the FM frequencies listed in the table below that is not being used
by a commercial FM radio station.
If a clear frequency cannot be found, use one that is picking up only a weak radio signal.
Store this frequency into the memory of the intercom radio, as a preset station.
Using the table below, program the four miniature programming switches (on the Wireless Audio
Transmitter) so they correspond with the FM frequency chosen.
The output of the audio device should now be audible through the intercom master station.
FREQUENCY SWITCH TABLE
S1
S2 S3 S4 FREQ
L
L
L
L
87.7MHz
H
L
L
L
87.9MHz
L
H
L
L
88.1MHz
H
H
L
L
88.3MHz
L
L
H
L
88.5MHz
H
L
H
L
88.7MHz
L
H
H
L
88.9MHZ
No Operation
H
H
H
L
S1
L
H
L
H
L
H
L
H
S2
L
L
H
H
L
L
H
H
S3
L
L
L
L
H
H
H
H
S4
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
FREQ
87.7MHz
87.9MHz
88.1MHz
88.3MHz
88.5MHz
88.7MHz
88.9MHZ
No Operation
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AUXILIARY OUTPUT BOARD SETUP
The fitting of an Auxiliary Output Board to the System One intercom allows devices such as door
strikes, automatic gates, courtesy lights etc. to be controlled from the Master or any Room Station.
Each Output Board provides two sets of "normally open" and "normally closed" dry relay contacts
(RELAY 1 and RELAY 2).
The outputs can be set to toggle on and off with each activation, or time out after being activated,
by means of bridging the appropriate jumper pins (M1 and M2).
The time-out duration can be adjusted from 1 to 45 seconds by means of adjustable trim pots
(VR1 and VR2).
The time-out duration can be extended up to approximately 10 minutes by adding a 330uF low
leakage electrolytic capacitor to position C2 for output 1 and position C8 for output 2.
The outputs are activated by pressing the AUX key on the intercom, followed by the
programmed number of the output to be activated.
DIP switches, are used to set the number that the output will respond to. Output 1 can be set to
respond to numbers 1, 3, 5 or 7 using DIP Switch 1 (DS1). Output 2 can be set to respond to
numbers 2, 4, 6 or LOCK using DIP Switch 2 (DS2).
The board can be attached to the rear of any Room Station and is connected to the main board of the
Room Station by means of a 4-way Lead.
Note: - The relay contacts on an Auxiliary Output Board act as a switch and do not output any voltage on their own.
- For this feature to operate from all stations, the “AUX terminal at each station must be interconnected.
WARNING: This board is not designed to switch HIGH VOLTAGE directly. A separate suitable relay can be used in
conjunction with this board where the switching of High Voltage is required.
M1
OUTPUT 1
M2
NO
C
M2 = OUTPUT 2
NO
VR1
C2
TIMER ADJUSTMENT FOR OUTPUT 1
+
ADD 330 UF CAP HERE TO EXTEND
TIMER DURATION FOR OUTPUT 1
+
C8
M3
TO MAIN BOARD OF
ROOM STATION
VIA 4WAY LOOM
VR2
TIMER ADJUSTMENT FOR OUTPUT 2
C
NC
4 WAY CONNECTION
= TIMED
M1 = OUTPUT 1
NC
OUTPUT 2
= TOGGLE
DS1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DS2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ADD 330 UF CAP HERE TO EXTEND
TIMER DURATION FOR OUTPUT 2
DS1 ( FOR OUTPUT 1)
DS2 ( FOR OUTPUT2)
1 ON + 5 ON = AUX 1
2 ON + 6 ON = AUX 3
3 ON + 7 ON = AUX 5
4 ON + 8 ON = AUX 7
1 ON + 5 ON = AUX 2
2 ON + 6 ON = AUX 4
3 ON + 7 ON = AUX 6
4 ON + 8 ON = AUX 8
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