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Table of Contents
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Description
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1.1
Features
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1.2
Functions
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Installation
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General commands
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3.1
Language
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3.2
Create a new BPA file
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3.3
Revert to factory settings
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3.4
Print
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3.5
Export to CSV
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3.6
Set date and time
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3.7
Exit
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Programming via microSD card / hard disk drive
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4.1
Installing the microSD memory card
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4.2
Programming procedure via microSD card / hard disk drive
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Programming via serial connection
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5.1
Serial connection
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5.2
Getting started
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5.3
Programming procedure via serial connection
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5.4
Firmware reflash
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5.5
Manual firmware reflash
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5.6
How to do with older Carephones
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Programming steps
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A
Appendix
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A.1
Technical specifications
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A.2
APN codes
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Description
1.1
Features
Configuration Manager
The Configuration Manager is a standalone software for
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reading/writing the device parameters of Bosch
Carephones 6X via serial connection, microSD card or hard
disk drive
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updating the firmware of Bosch Carephones 6X via serial
connection.
NOTICE!
The programming via serial connection is supported at Bosch
Carephones 6X from:
1.2
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Bosch Carephone 61 A2.02
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Bosch Carephone 62 A0.07
Functions
The following information can be edited:
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Call targets, protocols and media type
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General configuration, such as radio transmission
monitoring, activity monitor parameters, etc.
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Extended configuration, such as waiting time for repeated
emergency calls, activation of service button, etc.
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Function assignment, which allows assigning a call number
to each individual call trigger.
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IP/GSM configuration, related to IP and GSM features
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RF detector programming data, allowing assigning a call
trigger to the wireless detectors.
The settings can be saved into a CSV file, facilitating the upload
of these settings into other applications. The settings can also
be printed.
microSD is a trademark of SD-3C, LLC.
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Installation
Download the MSI file package from www.boschsecurity.com.
Store the file on your computer, double-click it and follow the
steps of the setup wizard.
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General commands
3.1
Language

Select the language in which you wish to see the
Configuration Manager: click on Settings then Language.
3.2
Create a new BPA file

Select File and New, a new BPA file for Carephones will be
created. You can temporarily name it as you wish, but as
soon as you want to upload it to a Carephone, you must
name it settings.bpa.
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3.3
In the menu Settings, Select the Carephone type.
Revert to factory settings
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Select File and Factory settings, all the parameters in the
Configuration Manager are reverted to the factory settings
of the Carephone type.
3.4
Print

Select File and Print, all the parameters in the
Configuration Manager are sent to your default printer.
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Export to CSV

Select File and Export to CSV, all the parameters in the
Configuration Manager are exported to a CSV file.
3.6
Set date and time
Once the serial connection is established between the
Carephone and the Configuration Manager, you can set the date
and time values. The Configuration Manager will take the
current date and time of the computer running it.
1.
In the menu Serial, select Set date and time.
2.
The Configuration Manager updates the date and time into
the Carephone, and displays a confirmation message:
NOTICE!
A reset, disconnecting the main power supply or disconnecting
the battery power, will erase the date and time.
3.7
Exit

Select File and Exit, the Configuration Manager will close.
If you have not saved your changes, a warning will appear.
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Programming via microSD card /
hard disk drive
NOTICE!
Before you program the Carephone 61/62, you must be familiar
with all of the unit's functions. Programming is specifically
intended for trained users. Correct programming of the
Carephone 61/62 is important for the full function of the unit.
Make sure to always read the existing configuration before
changing the values of the programming steps.
4.1
Installing the microSD memory card
The Carephone 61/62 can be equipped with a microSD memory
card to perform a fast and easy programming.
NOTICE!
Use a microSD memory card of 32 GB capacity or lower.
1.
Remove the plug of the power supply unit from the socket
2.
Open the top cover of the unit to access to the connection
on the Carephone 61/62.
compartment. The location of the microSD port is
indicated in the following diagram:
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Take the microSD memory card in the hand and place it
with the contacts facing you, as on the drawing.
4.
Insert the microSD memory card in the slot and push it
until you feel the mechanism has clutched it.
5.
Insert the plug of the power supply unit from the socket on
the Carephone 61/62.
6.
Perform the programming action that you wish. See
Section 4.2 Programming procedure via microSD card / hard
disk drive, page 10.
7.
When you are finished and wish to remove the microSD
memory card, remove the plug of the power supply unit
from the socket on the Carephone 61/62.
8.
To disengage it from the slot, simply push on the end of
the microSD memory card and gently pull it out.
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Programming procedure via microSD card
/ hard disk drive
NOTICE!
Before reading from the microSD memory card, make sure that
it contains a file. Before writing to the microSD memory card,
make sure that it is not write-protected. Existing files with same
names will be overwritten.
Step 1: open the BPA setting file of the Carephone
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In the menu File, select Open to open the corresponding
parameter file from the microSD card or from the hard disk
drive.
Based on the BPA setting file, the Configuration Manager
identifies and displays the Carephone type in the lower right
corner of the window. In this case, you cannot change the
setting Carephone type.
Step 2: program the parameters of the Carephone
Change the parameters for the Carephone. Refer to
Section 6 Programming steps, page 16.
Step 3: save the parameters to the microSD card or hard disk
drive
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When you are finished programming, select Save to save
the BPA setting file to the microSD card or to the hard disk
drive. The file name must always be settings.bpa. If you
change the name of the file, then the upload of the
parameter update into the Carephone will malfunction.
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Programming via serial connection
5.1
Serial connection
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The programming via serial connection is supported at Bosch
Carephones 6X from:
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Bosch Carephone 61 A2.02
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Bosch Carephone 62 A0.07
For Bosch Carephones 6X that do not support programming via
serial connection, the commands Read Parameters and Write
Parameters are disabled. You will also get an error message
inviting you to update the Carephone. See Section 5.6 How to do
with older Carephones, page 15.
5.2
Getting started
Establish the serial connection
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In the menu Settings, select the COM Port to be used.
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Connect the Carephone 6X to its power supply.
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Connect the Carephone 6X to the computer running the
Configuration Manager.
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Use the Bosch serial programming cable APD 9 poles
(commercial type number CRS-CP-SPC-APD9P, SAP
number F.01U.140.074). If needed, the USB to serial
adapter Brainboxes model US-101 can be recommended.
The Configuration Manager now detects the Carephone and
displays the information related: version and build, as well as
the Carephone type in the lower right corner of the window.
In this case, you cannot change the setting Carephone type.
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Programming procedure via serial
connection
Once the Carephone is connected to its power supply and to
the computer running the Configuration Manager via the serial
cable, you can start programming directly the Carephone.
Step 1: read the parameters from the Carephone
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In the menu Serial, click on Read Parameters.
The Configuration Manager reads all the parameters from the
Carephone and displays them in the different tabs.
Step 2: program the parameters of the Carephone
Change the parameters for the Carephone.
Refer to Section 6 Programming steps, page 16.
Step 3: write the parameters to the Carephone

When you are finished programming, click on Write
Parameters. The parameters are now sent to the
Carephone via serial connection.
5.4
Firmware reflash
The Configuration Manager must first detect the Carephone
and display the version and build. See Section 5.2 Getting
started, page 11.
Step 1: launch the firmware reflash interface
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In the menu Serial, select Firmware reflash.
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The Carephone 6X Reflash interface opens:
Step 2: select the firmware file
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Click on the browse button and select the Motorola S19
firmware file. Make sure that the firmware file corresponds
to the type of Carephone 6X that you are about to reflash.
You have the possibility to keep the user audio announcement
message. If so, tick the check-box.
Step 3: start the firmware reflash
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Click on Reflash on the Carephone 6X Reflash interface.
The firmware is sent to the Carephone:
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CAUTION!
Do not disconnect the Carephone until the firmware update is
finished!
5.5
Manual firmware reflash
If the firmware reflash was interrupted, you must proceed with
a manual firmware reflash.
Step 1: launch the manual firmware reflash interface
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In the menu Serial, select Manual firmware reflash.
The Manual Firmware Reflash interface opens:
CAUTION!
Make sure that the Carephone is connected to its power supply
and to the computer running the Configuration Manager via the
serial cable. Do not disconnect it until the manual firmware
reflash is finished!
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Step 2: bridge the Carephone 6X
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Open the Carephone 6X that needs a manual firmware
reflash, as when replacing the battery.
Refer to the user manual of the Carephone 6X.

Connect the bridge, using a small slotted screwdriver:
Step 3: start the manual firmware reflash
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Click on Connect on the Manual Carephone 6X Reflash
interface.
The Carephone is now reconnected to the Configuration
Manager. The Carephone 6X Reflash interface opens. To finish
reflashing the firmware, proceed as in Section Step 2: select the
firmware file, page 13.
5.6
How to do with older Carephones
Firmware update
Before starting to program a Carephone that does not support
programming via serial connection, you must first make a
firmware update to get:
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for a Bosch Carephone 61: version A2.02 or newer
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for a Bosch Carephone 62: version A0.07 or newer
Proceed as in Section 5.4 Firmware reflash, page 12.
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Programming steps
Programming a Carephone 61/62 with the Configuration
Manager consists of entering values for the individual steps,
numbered 01 to 129.
NOTICE!
According to the Carephone type, programming steps may not
be visible and their values may change.
Tab 1 "General"
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03. Radio jamming
The Carephone 61/62 sends a technical message to the monitoring centre
when a radio signal from another device disturbs it. Check the tick-box to
enable this function.
25. Radio transmission monitoring
The Carephone 61/62 can monitor the wireless transmitters that are
assigned. The wireless transmitters send a signal to the Carephone 61/62
at regular intervals. A failure message is sent to the monitoring centre if
the Carephone 61/62 does not receive this signal at least once a week.
Check the tick-box to enable this function.
28. Call forwarding
It is possible for the monitoring centre, if it supports this functionality, to
command the Carephone 61/62 to forward the current call to a new
destination using a specified protocol. You can allow the Carephone 61/62
to use the specified protocol or force it to use telephone protocol. This
function is only possible with protocols RB2000E (target 0), CPC (target 3)
and RBIP (target 9). Choose between:
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0 = forwarding to another number, 1 = forwarding to a telephone.
30. Device number
When an emergency call is made, this number is sent to the monitoring
centre. The number can be up to 12 digits long. Numbers 0000, 9998, 9999
and 999999 may not be used. Default value is 1248.
31. Sign in / sign out
To specify whether the sign in or sign out of the activity monitor will
initiate a call to a call recipient. Check the tick-box to enable this function.
32. Call progress tones audible
You can choose to hear the call progress tones when the Carephone makes
a call. Check the tick-box to enable this function.
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33. Speak / Listen command audible
You can choose to hear the commands when the Carephone switches
between speak and listen in half-duplex mode. Check the tick-box to
enable this function.
40. Activity monitor hours and minutes
The time for the activity monitor can be set between 15 minutes and 31
hours in steps of 15 minutes.
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Enter the number of hours (example: 24 for 24 hours) in the first field.
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Enter the number of minutes: 0 for 0 min, 1 for 15 min, 2 for 30 min
and 3 for 45 min. It is also possible to program an automatic
activation of the sign-out status. To activate the special feature for
passive alarms, enter 4 for 0 min, 5 for 15 min, 6 for 30 min and 7 for
45 min. In this case, any intrusion alarm will be silent.
Programming 0 - off and 0 (0 hours and 0 minutes) deactivates the activity
monitor. Programming 99 means the time frame is set by the monitoring
centre or through an SD card. This can only be used if the unit gets
regularly real-time clock updates from a monitoring center.
100. Scheduler for the activity monitor
You set up a scheduler for the activity monitor, with 2 time slots during
which the activity monitor is active. Select, in 15 minutes intervals:
start time 1, end time 1, start time 2 and end time 2.
62. Loudspeaker volume (Default, Max, Min)
This step is used to program the default volume as well as the maximum
and minimum settings. The default volume is the volume at which the
monitoring centre communicates via the Carephone 61/62.
Maximum setting is high volume. Minimum setting is low volume.
Choose a value between 1 to 8 to program these three volumes.
Default values are 4, 6 and 2 are shown first.
70. Automatic test call interval
You can program the interval between automatic test calls from the
Carephone 61/62 to the monitoring centre in days. In addition, there is a
test call after power up or leaving programming mode, as well as a test call
per randomization. Select from 1 to 28 days, 0 = off
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Tab 2 "Call Targets"
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11- 19 & 10 Destination number of the emergency call recipient
You can enter here the destination number of the emergency call recipient,
either a telephone number, or an IP address.
1) Enter the destination number of the emergency call recipient.
In the case of a telephone number, register the call number as follows:
You can add the following criteria in a telephone call number:
B = Dial pause, D = Dial tone detection.
In the case of an IP address, the call number should be written in numbers
without dots, always 12 digits. Example: 192168010001.
2) After entering the call number, you must enter the protocol:
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0 = monitoring centre (protocols RB2000, RB2000E, ANT)
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1 = monitoring centre (TTnew+ protocol)
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3 = monitoring centre (CPC protocol)
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4 = to phone with acknowledgement
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5 = to phone without acknowledgement (only for direct call)
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7 = monitoring centre (BS8521 protocol)
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9 = monitoring centre (RBIP protocol)
Settings 0 to 7 are designed to be used with the media PSTN.
Setting 9 is designed to be used with the IP Module or GSM Module.
3) After entering the protocol, you can enter the media:
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0 = PSTN, related to the analogue interface of the Carephone.
This also applies with a GSM Gateway or a DSL/cable modem.
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1 = LAN, related to the IP Module
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2 = GSM, related to the GSM Module
The Carephone goes automatically to the next programming step and you
can enter the next call number. When an emergency call is sent and if the
call to the first call number is not successful, the Carephone will try the
next numbers in the sequence 11 to 10. If the last number has been dialed
unsuccessfully, the unit starts with the first number again and continues
until it sends an emergency call successfully. A single programmed
telephone number will be tried 12 times. The maximum number of dial
attempts can be set. By default, it is set to 15 attempts.
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Tab 3 "Extended"
23. Waiting time for repeated emergency call
An emergency call is repeated to check the arrival of staff until it is
acknowledged by pressing the Action button on the Carephone 61/62, or
the repeated call is disabled by the monitoring centre. The emergency call
is repeated when the defined waiting time is exceeded.
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Enter a time between 0 and 99 minutes. 0 = off. Default value is 0.
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26. Callback waiting time
The callback function enables the help provider or monitoring centre to
terminate an alarm after having acknowledged it. The Carephone must be
called back, or the Action button must be pressed, after an alarm has been
acknowledged. Define the waiting time after the acknowledgement, during
which a call back will be accepted. If this call back waiting time has
elapsed, then a new call will be sent by the Carephone.
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Enter a time between 0 and 9 minutes. 0 = off. Default value is 0.
60. Number of announcements when calling a telephone
Specify how often the Carephone will announce the recorded message.
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0 = no announcement, from 1 to 9 for the required number of
announcements. Default value is 2.
61. Incoming call recognition
Incoming phone calls can be accepted and terminated by the Carephone
61/62’s emergency call button or by using the wireless transmitter if it is
programmed for emergency call initiation. The ring tone on the Carephone
61/62 can be switched on or off and the volume can be adjusted.
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0 = off (no incoming call can be answered and terminated by the
wireless transmitter or call button)
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1 = with ring tone
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2 = with loud ring tone
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3 = with soft ring tone
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4 = without ring tone (only the phone rings)
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Default value is 0.
71. Action button (S button)
The Action button can be configured differently according to your needs:
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0 = off
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1 = service button / direct call (e.g. service call to a monitoring centre
or direct call to a relative)
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3 = activate relay output (e.g. a door opener)
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Default value is 0.
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72. Activate output
The Carephone 61/62 provides a potential-free relay output with a
normally open switch contact. Program the way the output reacts:
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0 = off
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1 = speak / listen connection and repeated emergency call
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3 = outgoing emergency call
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4 = incoming call recognition
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5 = wireless transmitter
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6 = remote activation
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7 = speak / listen connection
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8 = pre-alarm
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9 = pre-alarm and speak / listen connection
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Default value is 0.
73. Assign input
The Carephone 61/62 provides external inputs. The function assigned can
be programmed:
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0 = external activity monitor reset
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1 = emergency call button
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2 = service call
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3 = external input
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9 = fire alarm
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B = motion detection
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Default value is 3 - External input.
73. Input is
After assigning the input, the input can be chosen as a:
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0 = normally open contact (closing)
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1 = normally closed contact (opening)
75. Individual PIN code
The Carephone 61/62 is delivered with the factory setting 246810 for the
PIN code. It is recommended not to change this code. If you need to
change this code, take care to write it down to find it easily. The PIN code
is reset when resetting the unit to its factory settings.
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63. Acoustical feedback for technical failures
The Carephone 61/62 can be set to announce technical failures through
the LED lamps and the loudspeaker, or through the LED lamps only.
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0 = loudspeaker off
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1 = loudspeaker on. This is the default value.
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2 = loudspeaker on from 7:00 to 21:00
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3 = an acoustical failure indication (message or beep) is repeated with
a pause of 10 seconds until the Action button is pressed.
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4 = an acoustical failure indication (message or beep) is repeated
during day time (from 7:00 to 21:00) with a pause of 10 seconds until
the Action button is pressed.
Settings 2 and 4 are only available if the time and date are set. This can be
done through keyboard programming, Configuration Manager with serial
serial connection or via a remote date/time update from a receiver.
77. Pre-alarm time
The pre-alarm time of the Carephone 61/62 can be programmed. This is
the time frame in which an emergency call can still be stopped.
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Select a setting, in steps of 10 seconds, between 0 and 6.
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0 = off, 1 = 10 s, 2 = 20 s, etc. Default value is 1.
24. Confirmation with call
When the repeated emergency call has been locally acknowledged, you can
speak directly to the monitoring centre.
27. Presence marking - Service done
The presence marking function allows staff members to mark their
presence or signal that the service is done by pressing the daily button.
This is handled without a speak/listen connection and does not require an
answer by the operator. When the presence marking is activated, the
destination numbers to be called are set in the call sequence of step 58 of
the tab Function assignment. This function resets the activity monitor,
which must be set. See step 40 of the tab General.
02. CPC Adaptation
You can set the Carephone 61/62 to use a specific CPC adaptation when
the CPC protocol is used. Check the tick-box to enable this function.
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Tab 4 "Function assignement"
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Function assignment
It is possible to link an alarm type to specific call numbers. Each
programming step refers to a certain alarm type.
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50. Wireless Transmitter (emergency call with a wireless transmitter)
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51. Emergency call (with the Carephone 61/62)
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52. Fire / intrusion
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53. Repeated emergency call and local confirmation
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54. Sign in / sign out
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55. Service call / direct call. The direct call can only made to a
telephone without acknowledgement. A single attempt will be made.
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56. Technical messages 1 (power failure, power restored, unit battery
failure, unit battery low, line failure, line restored)
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57. Technical messages 2 (automatic test call, radio jamming, radio
transmission monitoring, transmitter battery low)
Choose which destination numbers 1 to 10 are associated with each alarm
type (call sequence). If no destination number is entered, then all
programmed call numbers will be called. It is not possible to have the
same destination number twice.
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58. Registration call / presence marking - service done
Registration call: after an emergency call, the destination number
entered in setting 58 will be called for registration purposes. The call
destination must be a monitoring centre.
Presence marking - service done: see step 27.
Choose which call numbers 1 to 10 are associated with this alarm type
(call sequence). If no destination number is entered, then no call is made.
It is not possible to have the same destination number twice.
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Tab 5 "IP/GSM"
41. DHCP (IP Module)
Enable or disable the Carephone 61/62 to use a DHCP service. Check the
tick-box to enable this function.
42. IP Address (IP Module)
Enter here the IP address of the Carephone 61/62. It should be written in
numbers without dots, always with 12 digits.
The factory setting is: 192168001100.
43. IP subnet mask (IP Module)
Enter here the IP subnet mask of the Carephone 61/62. It should be
written in numbers without dots, always with 12 digits.
The factory setting is: 255255255000.
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44. Gateway (IP Module)
Enter here the IP address of the network gateway in case the Carephone
61/62 is connected through this type of device. It should be written in
numbers without dots, always with 12 digits.
The factory setting is: 192168001001.
45 Automatic test call hours (IP/GSM Module)
Program the interval between automatic test calls of the IP Module or GSM
Module from the Carephone 62/61 to the monitoring centre in hours.
Select from 1 to 999 hours, 0 = off, factory setting = 10
49 Phone number of GSM Module (without country code)
Program the own phone number for the GSM Module to be used for the
Carephone 62/61. Maximum length is 22 digits. If the country code of the
phone number of alarm receiving center and GSM module is the same,
then it must not be part of the phone number. If the country code is
different, then it must be part of the phone number.
47 SIM card PIN Code (GSM Module)
Program the SIM PIN Code for the GSM Module. Max. length is 8 digits.
48 APN Code (GSM Module)
Program the code for the Access Point Name (APN) between 0 and 99.
The default setting is 0.
The APN codes can be found at Section A.2 APN codes, Page 34.
48 Auto provider selection (GSM Module)
Use this option if you wish to activate or deactivate the automatic
selection of the GPRS provider. This is useful to avoid unwanted roaming
costs. Check the tick-box to enable this function.
NOTICE!
Programming steps 42, 43 and 44 are not used when a DHCP
service is enabled (setting in step 41). In DHCP mode, the IP
address, subnet mask and gateway address are all
automatically requested from the local DHCP server.
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Tab 6 "Professional"
01. Language selection
Choose between different languages: 1 = German, 2 = Dutch, 3 = French,
4 = English, 5 = Spanish, 0 is for the synthetic speech disabled mode.
29. Hear/speech impaired
This is dedicated to users with speaking or hearing difficulties. Once a
connection to the monitoring centre is established, the signals advise the
user that he or she is through to the monitoring centre (the centre is
listening). If the user presses the emergency call button, the message
emergency call is sent to the monitoring centre. If the stop button is
pressed, then the recorded message (e.g. "everything is okay") is sent.
Check the tick-box to enable this function.
74. Silent alarm
The Carephone 61/62 can send silent alarms. When this is activated, the
loudspeaker of the Carephone 61/62 is turned off. Only the microphone
remains active. Check the tick-box to enable this function.
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Tab 7 "RF detector"
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RF detector registering and assigning:
Enter the code number for each transmitter (91, 92, etc.)
Assign a function to each wireless transmitter (81, 82, etc):
–
0 - emergency call with a wireless transmitter
–
1 - emergency call with the Carephone 61/62
–
2 - activity monitor reset with unit feedback
–
3 - sign in / sign out
–
4 - action button
–
5 - external input
–
6 - activity monitor reset without unit feedback
–
7 - connection to an individual phone number value, then
assign the call numbers 1 to 10 to be associated with this
alarm function.
–
8 - output assigned
–
9 - fire alarm
–
B - motion detection
–
D - extended programming
If you have selected D in steps 81, 82, etc, you can choose the
extended transmitter type (111, 112, etc):
–
Panic alarm
–
Bogus call alarm
–
Stove alarm
–
Fall detector
–
Bed alarm
–
Gas alarm
–
CO alarm
–
Contact detector alarm
–
Temperature alarm
–
Flood detector alarm
–
Pull switch alarm
–
Use the custom alarm type and event handler. See steps
201, 202, etc.
CAUTION!
The setting use the custom alarm type and event handler and
steps 201, 202, etc. must only be used in case of a transmitter
in BS8521 protocol! Otherwise, alarms will not be transmitted!
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You have also access to extended programming features:
In steps 121, 122, etc, select the activation start and end time
for each RF detector, in steps of 15 minutes.
In steps 201, 202, etc, select the custom alarm type for each
RF detector. It must be a 3-digit value from 0 to 999.
Select also the custom event handler:
–
emergency event (personal).
Choose this setting in the case of a person triggering the
alarm. Notice: this resets the activity monitor.
–
emergency event (environmental)
Choose this setting in the case of a non-personal event
triggering the alarm, such as a detector.
–
silent event, with the listen-in function. The alarm receiving
centre has the ability to control the speak/listen
connection.
CAUTION!
Steps 201, 202, etc. must only be used in case of a transmitter
in BS8521 protocol! Otherwise, alarms will not be transmitted!
In steps 251, 252, etc, select the location code for each RF
detector. Choose a number between 0 and 99 corresponding to
a location code as described in the BS8521 protocol.
CAUTION!
The location code (steps 251, 252) must only be used in the
case of a transmitter in BS8521 protocol! Otherwise, alarms
will not be transmitted!
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A.1
Technical specifications
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Storage type
free definable name on the computer
OS
Windows XP, 7 & 8
Available languages
English, German, French, Dutch
microSD card
32 GB maximum capacity
serial connection
- from Bosch Carephone 61 A2.02
programming supported
- from Bosch Carephone 62 A0.07
Recommended
- Bosch serial programming cable APD 9 poles
connectors
(commercial type number CRS-CP-SPC-APD9P,
SAP number F.01U.140.074)
- Brainboxes US-101 USB to serial adapter
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A.2
Configuration Manager
APN codes
Country
Operator
Access Point Name (APN)
APN User Name
APN Password
DE
DE
DE
DE
DE
DE
DE
DE
DE
DE
DE
DE
DE
AT
AT
AT
AT
AT
AT
CH
CH
CH
CH
UK
UK
UK
UK
UK
UK
UK
UK
UK
IE
IE
IE
NL
NL
NL
NL
NL
NL
NL
NL
BE
BE
BE
BE
BE
LU
LU
JE
1&1
E-plus
E-plus
O2 Postpaid-Kunden
O2 (Vertrag)
O2 Loop (prepaid)
Simyo
T-Mobile
T-Mobile t-zones
T-Mobile t-zones
Vodafone Services (mit Laufzeittarif)
Vodafone
Vodafone Services (callYa-customers)
A1
A1
Drei Hutchison
One
Telering
T-Mobile
Orange CH
Orange (prima)
Sunrise
Swisscom
3 UK (Three)
EE Internet
O2 UK (contract)
O2 UK (prepaid)
Orange UK
T-Mobile (One2One)
Virgin
Vodafone UK
Vodafone (prepaid)
O2 (prepaid)
Vodafone
Three
Hi
KPN Mobile
Simpel
T-Mobile
Tele2
Telfort
Vodafone (normal)
Vodafone (private)
Base (Orange)
Mobistar
Mobistar
Proximus
Telenet
LUXGSM
Tango
Jersey
web.vodafone.de
internet.eplus.de
internet.eplus.de
surfo2 Internet
internet
pinternet.interkom.de
internet.eplus.de
internet.t-mobile
internet.t-d1.de
internet.t-d1.de
web.vodafone.de
volume.d2gprs.de
event.vodafone.de
A1.net
a1.net
drei.at
web.one.at
Web
gprsinternet
internet
click
internet
gprs.swisscom.ch
three.co.uk
everywhere
mobile.o2.co.uk
payandgo.o2.co.uk
everywhere
everywhere
goto.virginmobile.uk
Internet
pp.vodafone.co.uk
internet
isp.vodafone.ie
3ireland.ie
fastinternet
portalmmm.nl
internet.access.nl
internet
internet.tele2.nl
internet
web.vodafone.nl
live.vodafone.com
gprs.base.be
web.pro.be
mworld.be
internet.proximus.be
mobile.internet.be
web.pt.lu
internet
pepper
(empty)
eplus
eplus
(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
simyo
t-mobile
t-mobile
internet
(empty)
(empty)
tbd
gprs@a1plus.at
ppp@a1plus.at
(empty)
(empty)
web@telering.at
GPRS
(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
eesecure
o2web
payandgo
eesecure
eesecure
user
web
Username
(empty)
vodafone
(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
vodafone
vodafone
(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
tango
(empty)
vodafone
gprs
internet
(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
simyo
tm
wap
t-d1
(empty)
(empty)
tbd
(empty)
ppp
(empty)
(empty)
web
(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
secure
password
password
secure
secure
(empty)
web
one2one
(empty)
vodafone
(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
vodafone
vodafone
(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
tango
(empty)
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19
17
24
16
00
20
18
13
21
22
14
15
23
25
26
30
27
28
29
00
02
00
01
03
06
04
05
06
06
10
08
09
00
11
12
35
44
34
00
33
00
31
32
37
38
39
36
40
41
42
43
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