Bosch 5304 Specifications

Personal Security Data Book | 1
Personal Security and Paging Systems
Data Book 2004
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Contents
Introduction
Radio Paging Systems
p. 5
Standard Paging receivers
p. 9
High performance Paging receivers
p. 17
Paging Talk-back transceivers
p. 23
Standard Personal Security transmitter
p. 29
Personal Security transceiver
p. 31
Personal Security location transmitter
p. 37
Storage racks
p. 39
Central transmitters/receivers
p. 49
Control desks
p. 59
Alphadesk SW-modules
p. 73
Interfacing
p. 93
Application notes
p. 107
Software Modules for Tailored Paging Applications DP6000
p. 109
Bosch DP6000 System Industrial monitoring using Multi-purpose Coupler LBB 5843/01
p.121
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Personal Security and Paging Systems
Introduction
Bosch was the first company to introduce digital paging,
and has maintained its position as a world leader ever
since. The range of digital paging equipment is constantly
being upgraded and expanded to meet the demands of
the market.
Although digital paging systems were originally
developed for communication with employees moving
around buildings and industrial sites, the range of
applications is now much more diverse, covering the
professional, commercial and health care sectors.
Paging
The DP6000 system forms the backbone of the paging
product range. It has been designed with simplicity, ease
of operation and reliability as priorities, and is only ever
as complex as the application demands. The same core
products are used in a simple, small-scale set up as in a
large-scale industrial site with a high number of users.
And existing systems can be easily upgraded and
expanded to match expanding requirements.
The basic paging system consists of a central control desk,
transmitter and aerial, receivers and storage racks. The
permutations of this set up are almost limitless. Systems
can work in UHF or VHF frequency bands. Control desks
range from basic models with display and receiver
programming to advanced units with facilities for talkback, talk-through, and priority and emergency interrupt.
They can accommodate up to 10,000 receivers/
transceivers.
DP6000 systems are not limited to people contact. Vital
equipment or health care systems can be monitored, and
break-downs or out-of-tolerance readings can be relayed
automatically to the central control desk from remote
sensors. Alarm calls can then be routed directly to the
appropriate personnel, who can then take immediate
action.
Personal Security
The PS6000 system comprises an additional range of
mobiles to accommodate personal security functions.
The range includes PS-Transceivers which include paging,
talk-back speech, and personal security or PS-Micro’s
dedicated only for personal security functions. All PSmobiles are fully compatible with previous DP6000
system components. They can also be used in existing
systems as well as new systems, providing a means of
personal protection and communication for personnel
operating in potentially hazardous locations.
The PS-mobiles are ideally suited for security personnel,
prison wardens or psychiatric nurses as well as workers in
dangerous industrial environments. These mobiles enable
different alarm functions such as ‘manual’ alarm, ‘nomove’ alarm, ‘angle-detection’ alarm, ‘tear-out’ alarm and
‘fast-move’ alarm. All the mobiles in the system are
constantly checked automatically to ensure that the whole
system functions correctly. A complete optional location
detection system has been added. With this system it is
possible not only to know who has given the alarm but
also to determine the location of the person who needs
assistance. The range also includes software packages for a
PC with extension cards, that can function as the system
central control unit.
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Paging and Personal
Security Mobiles
A wide range of Paging and Personal Security mobiles are
available to satisfy even the most demanding
requirements for your mobile personel.
Standard Paging receivers
The standard range of receivers offers the user a basic array of options. From bleep-only
upto speech receivers with numeric display can be used in a wide range of applications
p. 9
High performance Paging receivers
The High performance range of receivers offers the user a more diverse range of options.
From a numeric upto alphanumeric and even dual display speech-receivers are in range.
p. 17
Paging Talk-back transceivers
The Talkback tranceiver is a High performance pager with Talkback functionality. It allows
user to receive paging messages and have the possibility to setup a conversation with other
users in the systems.
p. 23
Standard Personal Security transmitter
The standard PS-micro personal security transmitter is the smallest in its kind. Mobile
personnel who face potential danger in their work environment can call for help in an instant.
A range of PS-micro’s is available with functions like manual alarm, tear-out alarm,
no-move alarm. Location detection is also possible.
p. 29
Personal Security transceiver
A Talkback transceiver with personal security functions added to it. Besides the paging and
talkback function this mobile also comprises manual alarm, automatic alarm, tear-out alarm
and much more.
p. 31
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LBB 6080, LBB 6180, LBB 6081, LBB 6181,
LBB 6085, LBB 6185, LBB 6086, LBB 6186
Paging Receivers
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Application
Construction
This group of Bosch high quality, light-weight paging
receivers of Generation III are designed for use in
standard systems and the Bosch Compact Mini System.
The receivers operate in the low VHF band 25 - 50 MHz
or UHF band 410 - 470 MHz.
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Type designation
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The receivers are available in either a UHF or VHF
version, with or without a numeric display, and finished
in a dark or light colour.
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UHF
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LBB 6080
LBB 6081
LBB 6085
LBB 6086
Bleep only
Bleep/display
Bleep only
Bleep/display
(light)
(light)
(dark)
(dark)
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VHF
LBB 6180
LBB 6181
LBB 6185
LBB 6186
Bleep only
Bleep/display
Bleep only
Bleep/display
Communication you can rely on
(light)
(light)
(dark)
(dark)
Lightweight pocket sized
Available in an attractive light or
dark colour scheme
Complete with a robust
removeable snap-fit type clip
3 call numbers (1 personal and 2
group call addresses)
5-digit LCD display
14 bleep patterns
Decimal group call facility
High/low volume bleep switch
Rechargeable or disposable
batteries
Battery economizer
single superheterodyne FM-receiver in modular
concept,
pocket size, lightweight case in polycarbonate,
available in light and dark colour
removeable snap fit type clip,
red LED on top for call indication,
display versions have 5-digit LCD display and a
RECALL button on top for scrolling of info messages
and addresses,
bleep only versions have a card-label with the
personal call address in the display window,
3-position switch behind battery compartment, for
use of rechargeable batteries and selection of the
programming mode,
3-position On/Off volume switch to select a soft or
loud bleep and to switch Off,
3 contacts at the bottom for charging and absent
indication when in a storage rack,
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Basic Functions
Decimal group call
Bleep Patterns
The receiver can be called with 7 bleep patterns in 2
different ways (normal and “cricketed” = intermittent).
So 14 different bleep signals and a silent call (only info)
can be selected. Normal signals are for single calls,
“cricketed” signals are for group calls. A LED on top of
the receiver blinks in the same rythm as the bleep.
Bleep/vibrator patterns
0/8
1/9
2/A
3/B
4/C
5/D
Programming
Address programming is done wireless from the encoder
and system transmitter to the receiver, or via encoder only
with the receiver in the storage rack. The receiver must be
set in the programming mode by means of the slide
switch behind the battery compartment. Programming
should be carried out by the installer or system manager
who allocates the call numbers of the receivers. The
programmed information is protected for loss (when
replacing main batteries) by a backup battery with a
lifespan of between 5 and 10 years.
Battery saving circuit
6/E
7/F
A decimal group call is transmitted when the address
contains an F in the 3 least significant digits : xxxF, xxFx,
xFxx. Decimal group calls can be disabled by a solder-link
on the PCB.
Silent call
(Calls 1 - 7 = nor mal tone
Calls 8 - F = cr icketed tone)
The battery economizer system is based on the 5F5F preamble string. Interference by other paging systems or
radio equipment is not possible. The battery economizer
can be disabled by a solder-link on the PCB.
Batteries
Display modes
There are two display modes : the Address mode and the
Info Mode.
- The Address mode: The receiver in total has three
addresses: one normal individual address, and two
group call addresses, programmable by the user.
Scrolling the programmable addresses is done using
the receivers RECALL button. The number of
horiozontal bars visible in the first digit of the five
digit display, indicates the receivers address level. On
receipt of an incoming call the receiver automatically
enters the Info Mode.
- The Info Mode: (5 deep info stack). The last call
remains in display. Calls without (valid) information
codes are shown in the display by 5 bars. INFO
scrolling is done with the RECALL button.
Info memory is erased by switching Off the receiver.
Two LR1 size batteries are used. Low battery voltage is
indicated by a short bleep every 17 seconds.
External contacts
The three contacts are for charging and absent indication
when placed in storage rack.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
SAFETY APPROVALS AND STANDARDS
ELECTRICAL
Call functions:
CE-marking:
acc. to Telecom directive 1999/5/EC
Safety:
acc. to EN6090 + A1+A2+A3+A4+A11 (1997)
7 tone patterns in 2 versions
EMC:
acc. to ETSI EN 301 489-1 (2002)
LED call indicator
Paging specific:
acc. to ETSI EN 301 489-2 (2002)
5-digit LCD display
ESD:
acc. to EN 61000-4-2
memory for 5 messages
contact: 8kV
1 personal call address, 2 group call addresses
decimal group call facility
Loudness of call at 10 cm: high volume:
low volume:
89 dB ± 4 dB
69 dB ± 4 dB
Bleep frequency:
2886 Hz, 30 Hz cricketing
Bleep-time:
4.26 secs total/cycle
Control:
3-position On/Off switch with soft/loud bleep
recall memory button (display version only)
Power source:
2 x IEC-R1 batteries, disposable or
rechargeable programmable battery economizer
Low battery indication:
short bleep at 17 second intervals
Current consumption
(typical):
normal battery economizer
VHF:
850 µA
97 µA
UHF:
3100 µA
230 µA
Code format:
DP6000
Freqency
range/modulation:
25-50 MHz VHF/FM and
410 - 470 MHz UHF/FM
Channel spacing:
VHF: 10 kHz (FM deviation 2 kHz)
UHF: 25 kHz (FM deviation 4 kHz)
Sensitivity (typical) at
90% successful calls:
VHF: 25 µV/m at 25 - 35 MHz
VHF: 20 µV/m at 35 - 50 MHz
UHF: 13 µV/m
Sensitivity with battery
saving enabled:
- 2 dB
Storage rack:
Absent indication and Battery recharging
MECHANICAL
Housing material:
Polycarbonate in 2 colours
(light and dark grey)
Dimensions:
82 x 52 x 15.5 mm (24 mm with pocket clip)
Pocket clip:
snap fit type construction
Weight (incl. batteries):
75 g
air: 15kV
Dust and waterproof:
IP 50
Operating temp:
-100C to +550C
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LBB 6x82, 6x83, 6x87, 6x88
Standard Paging Receivers
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Application
VHF
This group of Bosch high quality, light-weight,
Generation III paging receivers are designed for use in
DP6000 systems. The receivers have 3 basic functions, to
bleep when called, reproduce spoken messages, and
display numeric digital information. Receivers are
available in VHF and UHF versions. VHF versions
operate in the low VHF band, 25 - 50 MHz, while those
in the UHF version operate in the frequency band, 410 470 MHz.
LBB 6182
LBB 6183
LBB 6187
LBB 6188
Lightweight pocket sized
Available in an attractive light or
dark colour scheme
Complete with a robust removeable
snap-fit type clip
3 call numbers (1 personal and 2
group call addresses)
5-digit LCD display
Reception of speech messages
5-deep information memory stack
14 bleep patterns
Decimal group call facility
High/low volume bleep switch
Rechargeable or disposable
batteries
Bleep/speech
Bleep/speech/display
Bleep/speech
Bleep/speech/display
(light)
(light)
(dark)
(dark)
Construction
These highly sensitive single super-heterodyne FMreceivers’ are each housed in a modular pocket sized,
durable lightweight case, constructed of Poly-carbonate,
available in a light or dark attractive colour scheme.
Type designation
The receivers are available in either a UHF or VHF
version, with or without a numeric display, and finished
in a dark or light colour.
UHF
LBB 6082
LBB 6083
LBB 6087
LBB 6088
Bleep/speech
Bleep/speech/display
Bleep/speech
Bleep/speech/display
Communication you can rely on
(light)
(light)
(dark)
(dark)
A removable snap fit clip enables the receivers to be
attached to a shirt or inside pocket. Because of their
robust construction they ensure durability when put
under pressure.
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Controls and Indications
Display modes
A red flashing LED indicates an incoming call. The
numeric display version has a 5-digit LCD display
enabling messages to be easily read by the receiver.
A recall button enables the scrolling of info messages and
addresses. The bleep only version includes a card label
with the users personal call address sited in the display
window.
Transmitted digital numeric information is visible on top
of the receiver on a 5-digit display. There are two display
modes : the Address mode, and the Info mode.
- The Address mode
The receiver in total has three programmable
addresses: one normal individual address, and two
group call addresses. Scrolling the programmable
addresses is done using the receivers RECALL button.
The number of horizontal bars visible in the first digit
of the five digit display, indicates the receivers address
level. On receipt of an incoming call the receiver
automatically enters the info mode.
- The Info Mode.
The information mode is a 5-deep information stack,
capable of storing 5 numeric messages in memory.
On reception of a sixth message, the oldest
information is lost. Calls without (valid) information
codes are shown in the LCD by means of 5 horizontal
bars. Scrolling the information held in the memory
stack, is done using the RECALL button.
The speech version is equipped with a small loudspeaker,
enabling the caller to pass on a spoken message to the
receiver.
A 3-position switch, located behind the receivers battery
compartment, enables the selection of either disposable
or rechargable batteries and the selection of the receivers
programming mode. A 3-position On/Off volume switch
enables the selection of a soft or loud bleep call and to
switch the receiver Off. Three contacts at the bottom of
the receiver enables charging and absence indication
when the receiver is stored in a storage rack.
Basic Receiver Functions
Bleep patterns
The receiver can produce 7 different bleep patterns in two
different tones; normal and “cricketed”. Cricketed is an
intermittent call tone. Therefore in total 14 different
bleep signals plus a silent call (information only) are
available. In practise normal bleep signals are reserved for
individual calls, and cricketed bleep signals reserved for
group calls. An LED located on top of the receiver
illuminates in unison with the selected bleep pattern.
Bleep/vibrator patterns
0/8
1/9
2/A
3/B
4/C
5/D
6/E
7/F
Speech
Each receiver is equipped with a small loudspeaker
enabling the caller to pass on spoken messages to the
receiver holder. The receiver can be pre-programmed to
receive no speech or to be receptive to speech. The
maximum duration of a speech message is 68 seconds
before automatic time-out takes effect.
At the end of a spoken message, it is possible to switch
‘Off ’ by pressing the receivers ‘RECALL’ button. If the
recall button has been pressed accidentally, pressing it
again within 6 seconds will remedy the error.
1. Systems with DP6000 Code
In existing systems, or in new systems with the standard
DP6000 code, the speech mode is selected by closing a
solder spot in the receiver. The receiver is then set to
speech after ‘every’ call. Speech by selection,
programming, and Codinf (reset speech call) at a desk
station is not possible.
Speech time is also not programmable.
Silent call
(Calls 1 - 7 = nor mal tone
Calls 8 - F = cr icketed tone)
2. Systems with DP6000 - Extended Code
In new systems, with the LBB 6000, the DP6000 - Extended
code operates for speech as follows: To the DP6000 code is
added a ‘speech mode word’, which enables the receiver to
receive speech. At the end of the speech time the ‘speech
mode word’ resets the speech message by a “reset speech
call”.
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A call to a receiver from an alpha desk, is recognised by
the receiver’s software.This software enables speech, if
required, to be included in a call complete with a preprogrammed speech time.
Decimal group call
The receiver can be allocated a decimal group address
where it can be paged with other receivers within a group.
A decimal group call is transmitted when the address
contains a letter F in any of the displayed 3 least
significant digits on the receiver’s display. For example
xxxF, xxFx, or xFxx. Decimal group calls can be disabled
by a solder link located on the recivers printed circuit
board.
Programming
Programming the addresses of the receivers is done via
wireless transmission from the system encoder and
transmitter to the receiver, or via encoder only, with the
receiver stored in a storage rack. The receiver must be set
in the programming mode by means of a slide switch
located behind the receiver’s battery compartment.
Programming should be carried out by the installer or
system manager who allocates the call numbers of the
receivers. The information programmed in the receiver is
safeguarded by an E-EPROM, making it non-erasable by
its user.
Battery saving circuit
The battery economizer system is system specific and is
based on the 5F5F pre-amble string. Because it is system
specific it cannot be interfered with or upset by
neigbouring radio equipment or other paging systems.
The battery economizer can be enabled by a solder link
on the receivers printed circuit board.
Batteries
Two LR1 size batteries are used. Low battery voltage is
indicated by a short bleep every 17 seconds.
External contacts
Three contacts are provided on the receiver for charging
purposes and absence indication when stored in a storage
rack.
Compatibility
The receivers are fully compatible with the standard
DP6000 system, also in combination with other types of
DP 6000 paging receivers without any adaption.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
SAFETY APPROVALS AND STANDARDS
ELECTRICAL
Call functions:
CE-marking:
acc. to Telecom directive 1999/5/EC
Safety:
acc. to EN6090 + A1+A2+A3+A4+A11 (1997)
7 tone patterns in 2 versions
EMC:
acc. to ETSI EN 301 489-1 (2002)
LED call indicator
Paging specific:
acc. to ETSI EN 301 489-2 (2002)
5-digit LCD display
ESD:
acc. to EN 61000-4-2
Memory stack for 5 numeric messages
contact: 8kV
1 individual call address, 2 group call addresses.
air: 15kV
Decimal group call facility
Dust and waterproof:
IP 50
Code format:
DP 6000 or DP6000 Extended.
Operating temp:
-100C to +550C
Speech:
Programmable with DP6000 Extended code
- Frequency:
300 - 3000 Hz
- Max. duration:
68 seconds
Loudness of call at 10 cm
- high volume:
89 dB + 4 dB
- low volume:
69 dB + 4 dB
Bleep frequency:
2886 Hz, 30 Hz cricketing
Bleep-time:
4.26 secs total/cycle
Control:
3-position On/Off switch with soft/loud bleep
Reset Speech /Recall Memory button
Power source:
2 x IEC-R1 batteries, disposable or rechargeable
Programmable battery economizer
Low battery indication:
Short bleep at 17 second intervals
Current consumption
(typical):
normal battery economizer
- standby
VHF
1mA
0.21mA
UHF
3.20mA
0.33 mA
Freqency
range/modulation:
25-50 MHz VHF/FM and
410 - 470 MHz UHF/FM
Radiation:
2.10-9 W max.
Sensitivity (typical) at 90%
successful calls:
VHF (deviation 2 kHz): 27 uV/m
UHF (deviation 4 kHz): 13 uV/m
Channel spacing:
VHF: 10 kHz
UHF: 25 kHz
Storage rack:
Absent indication and Battery recharging
MECHANICAL
Housing material:
Polycarbonate in 2 colours
(light and dark grey)
Dimensions:
82 x 52 x 18.5 mm (27 mm with pocket clip)
Pocket clip:
snap fit type construction
Weight (incl. batteries):
84 g.
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LBB 609x/xx - LBB 619x/xx
High performance
Paging Receivers
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High performance range of paging
receivers
Light, compact and robust
Available in attractive light or dark
colour scheme
Complete with snap-fit type pocket
clip with overstress protection
Available with bleep, vibration,
speech, numeric and alphanumeric
display with 10-deep message stack
Dynamic group addressing
Telemetry function for up-todate
monitoring
14 bleep/vibration patterns
8 addresses
Multi-functional user switch
Rechargeable or disposable batteries
Absent indication
Introduction
Addresses
Intended for use in a Bosch DP6000 Digital Paging
System, the range of Generation IV paging receivers are
fully compatible with the existing and former range of
Generation I, II, and III receivers and transceivers. Light,
compact and sturdy, the 4 receivers in the Generation IV
family are designed for reliability and simplicity of
operation without concession to the functionality, and
come in a choice of two attractive colour schemes. A
sturdy and robust clip has built-in over-stress protection.
Models in the range offer bleep, vibration, speech,
numeric display and alphanumeric functions in various
combinations to suit a range of needs, and are available
in both VHF and UHF versions. All receivers include a
flashing LED to indicate incoming calls. The use of open
coil antennae ensures high sensitivity under all
conditions, while the use of Surface Mounted Devices
and chipon glass technology for alphanumeric display
contributes both to reliability and energy saving
operation. Designed to easily fit in a pocket and
controlled by a single button, they provide an effective
and reliable communication tool. Each pager can be
called with one of 14 bleep/vibration patterns (7 normal
and 7 cricketed tones (see fig.1).
Each pager has 8 call numbers (addresses): 1 normal call
address, allowing it to be addressed as an individual, 5
group call addresses, allowing it to be addressed as an
individual within a group, 1 ALL-call address where all
pagers in a system need to be paged and a telemetry
address for receiving ‘up-to-date’ message information.
Communication you can rely on
Dynamic group call
The dynamic group call function enables the system to
include or remove a pager holder from a specified group
without having to put the receiver into the programming
mode. This function can be used for special applications
to create flexible groups within the system (e.g different
shift working patterns).
LBB 6x91/xx, LBB 6x96/xx
The basic range (LBB 6x91/xx and LBB 6x96/xx)
combines bleep with a 5-digit numeric LC-display
enabling coded messages or telephone numbers to be
broadcast. Numeric codes can define events such as
equipment breakdown, or the reason for calling the
individual, or it can inform the pager holder where the
call is sent from - for example - in nurse call or room
service systems.
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LBB 6x92/xx, LBB 6x97/xx
LBB 6x94/xx, LBB 6x99/xx
Identical to the LBB 6x91/xx and LBB 6x96/xx the
receivers LBB 6x92/xx and LBB 6x97/xx can also receive
speech messages as well as having a vibration facility to
discretely alert its holder of an incoming call (its bleep
mode can be switched off) or for use in an extremely
noisy environment.
Identical to the LBB 6x93/xx and LBB 6x98/xx the
receiver LBB 6x94/xx can also receive speech messages as
well as having a vibration facility to discretely alert its
holder of an incoming call (its bleep mode can be
switched off).
User operation
LBB 6x93/xx, LBB 6x98/xx
The more extended versions type LBB 6x93/xx and LBB
6x98/xx, offer the combination of bleep with 5-digit
numeric LC-display and 24-character alphanumeric LCdisplay. The alpha-numeric LC-display is used for
displaying messages sent via a control desk, or for
displaying telemetry messages providing ‘up-to-date’
information when available - such as process monitoring.
Typical messages may include long telephone numbers,
name/room No. of hotel guest or hospital patients,
machine breakdown indication etc. Messages are
displayed on two lines. Up to 10 messages can be stored
in a memory stack. Each message can contain a max. of
48 alpha-numeric characters and 5 numeric information
digits. A message icon indicates the index of the message
being displayed. To display and read the messages a scroll
message facility is available for both reading and deleting
messages. The message stacks operate on a First-In- FirstOut (FIFO) basis. If two identical messages are broadcast
the last message only will remain in the stack. A separate
message memory place is allocated for telemetry messages
only (mailbox). The telemetry function is intended to
provide users with continuous up-to-date information
e.g. process control. This message can contain a max. 48
alphanumeric characters and 5 numeric information
digits. An ‘error in message’ detection facility is
incorporated, were the receiver can accept or reject errors
in alphanumeric messages. For versions with alphanumeric LC-display up to 3 errors in a message can be
accepted or rejected.
For use in darkened areas, the alpha-numeric LC-display
is equipped with a backlighting facility. The display will
illuminate whenever an alpha-numeric message is
received and also when messages are being scrolled.
Designed for simple operation the receivers include a
single button (fig. 1 (G)) for user control (e.g to reset the
bleep tone of an incoming call and for recalling/scrolling
alphanumeric and telemetry messages etc).
An easily accessible 3-position user switch (fig.1(N))
located at the side of the receiver has a number of
possibilities depending on its pre-programmed settings.
The functions of this switch are normally set by the
system installer allowing the user to adjust bleep volume
levels, switch ‘decimal’ group calls On/Off, switch the
receiver to vibrate only and to switch the receiver On/Off.
A 3-position utility switch located in the battery
compartment provides a choice of selecting rechargeable
or non-rechargeable batteries. The switch is also used to
place the receiver into its programming mode. This mode
allows operational codes (Opcodes/user settings) and
addresses to be assigned or adapted via a DP6000
alphadesk PC or other system encoder such as a Control
desk LBB 5800. This procedure can be done wireless, via
the system transmitter to the receiver, or via the system
wiring with the receiver in a storage rack.
Speech
(LBB 6X92, 6X94, 6X97 and 6x99 only)
If installer enabled the receiver will automatically switch
to speech when a speech call is sent. Speech can also be
set by the installer to accompany every paging call. The
maximum speech time can be set by the installer with a
range from 0 to 140 seconds or infinite, or until reset by
the user or via a special system call.
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Standard features
Out-of range indication
All receivers in the range are equipped with a low battery
warning, battery saving facility and absent indication.
An out-of range function is incorporated in all receivers
to alert its user when the receiver has been taken out-ofrange of the system transmitters.
The central transmits an out-or-range signal every 30
seconds. If a receiver fails to receive any valid DP6000 call
within approximately 60 seconds the receiver will give an
out-of range signal.
This signal consists of a continuous bleep signal until
reset by the user (with a ‘time-out’ of 62.5 seconds).
For versions with an alphanumeric LC display, the ‘outof-range’ icon blinks. In numeric versions the display
shows (0-0-0) followed by (-0-0-). If the receiver is not
brought back in range within 30 minutes it switches itself
off automatically after first emitting a long warning bleep.
The ‘out-of-range’ facility can be enabled or disable by the
system installer.
Low battery warning
If the pager detects that its batteries are in a low-level
state, the receiver holder will be informed with an audible
warning bleep and/or display information before
eventually switching off, if no action is taken within 60
minutes.
Battery saving
The receiver includes a built-in battery saving facility to
economise on battery use. This facility switches the
receiver On/Off periodically to reduce battery current.
Absent indication
If a call is sent to a receiver placed in a storage rack
(receiver holder left the premises) an absent indication
will be sent back to the caller. The system can also be
programmed such that the call will also be rerouted to a
second pager or group of pagers.
Type No. overview
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FR ONT VIEW
REAR VIEW
C
1
2
3
4
5
7
6
A
8
9
D
B
K
L
1*
2*
2 x LR1
TOP VIEW
D
M
SIDE VIEW
D
Bleep/vibrator patter ns
0/8
1/9
E
N
2/A
F
3/B
G
4/C
BOTTOM VIEW
5/D
H
6/E
J
7/F
Silent call
(Calls 1 - 7 = nor mal tone
Calls 8 - F = cr icketed tone)
FIGURE 1 - Generation IV paging receiver (version illustrated LBB 6094/xx, 6099/xx, 6194/xx, 6199/xx)
Key to symbols
Generation IV range of receivers
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
Type No.
LBB 6091/xx
LBB 6092/xx
LBB 6093/xx
LBB 6094/xx
LBB 6096/xx
LBB 6097/xx
LBB 6098/xx
LBB 6099/xx
LBB 6191/xx
LBB 6192/xx
LBB 6193/xx
LBB 6194/xx
LBB 6196/xx
LBB 6197/xx
LBB 6198/xx
LBB 6199/xx
Description
Colour
UHF-FM bleep/numeric
Light
UHF-FM bleep/speech/numeric/vibrator
Light
UHF-FM bleep/numeric/alphanumeric
Light
UHF-FM bleep/speech/numeric/alphanumeric/vib. Light
UHF-FM bleep/numeric
Dark
UHF-FM bleep/speech/numeric/vibrator
Dark
UHF-FM bleep/numeric/alphanumeric
Dark
UHF-FM bleep/speech/numeric/alphanumeric/vib. Dark
VHF-FM bleep/numeric
Light
VHF-FM bleep/speech/numeric/vibrator
light
VHF-FM bleep/numeric/alphanumeric
Light
VHF-FM bleep/speech/numeric/alphanumeric/vib. Light
VHF-FM bleep/numeric
Dark
VHF-FM bleep/speech/numeric/vibrator
Dark
VHF-FM bleep/numeric/alphanumeric
Dark
VHF-FM bleep/speech/numeric/alphanumeric/vib. Dark
Accessories
LBB 5304/05
Leather pouch for belt attachment
Vibrator (not applicable for EX versions)
Alphanumeric LC-display with back-lighting (24 character)
Icon bar on display (user operation)
Pocket clip attachment
5-digit numeric display
LED indicator
RESET/RECALL button
Charging/programming contacts
Battery cover locking screw (Ex versions only)
Battery cover lock (slide to open)
Battery compartment
label placement
3-position user switch
(programmable functions)
ICON Display symbols (C)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Low battery icon
Out-of-Range icon
Programming icon
Decimal group call enabled
Bleep OFF/SOFT/LOUD
Speech OFF/ON
Telemetry message indicator
Message No.
Message scroll (>24 characters)
NOTE: /xx denotes the selected frequency of the receiver and its ATEX approval.
All receivers are available in ATEX versions, however without vibration facility.
Light colours =
Dark colours =
Mushroom
Charcoal
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
MECHANICAL
Housing material:
Polycarbonate in 2 colours (light and dark grey)
Dimensions:
92 x 52 x 28 mm (versions without alpha display ), 92 x 52 x 32 mm (versions with alpha display)
Pocket clip:
snap fit type construction
Weight (incl. batteries):
84 g (LBB 6x91 and LBB 6x96), 89 g (LBB 6x92 and LBB 6x97)
91 g (LBB 6x93 and LBB 6x98), 96 g (LBB 6x94 and LBB 6x99)
ELECTRICAL
Power source:
2 x IEC-R1 batteries, disposable or rechargeable
Programmable battery economizer
Loudness of call at 10 cm
- high volume:
92 dB + 4 dB
- low volume:
69 dB + 4 dB
Current consumption (typical):
normal
battery economizer
- standby
VHF
1.35 mA
UHF
3.8 mA
- off
alpha
non-alpha
0.9 mA
0.8 mA
1.1 mA
0.9 mA
typ. 85µA
Frequency range/modulation:
25-50 MHz VHF/FM and 410 - 470 MHz UHF/FM
Speech frequency bandwidth:
300 - 3000 Hz
Bleep frequency:
2886 Hz, 30 Hz cricketing
Sensitivity (typical) at 90%
successful calls:
VHF (deviation 2 kHz) : < 35 uV/m
UHF (deviation 4 kHz) : < 25 uV/m
Sensitivity with battery saving enabled: - 2 dB
Speech (w.r.t call sensitivity):
- 6 dB
Channel spacing:
VHF : 10 kHz UHF : 25 kHz
ENVIRONMENTAL
Intrinsic safe (optional)
E.S.D:
15KV minimum (IEC 801 - 2 level 3)
Pollution:
CEPT T/R 20 - 05 , FTZ 17TR2036 / 17TR2048
EMC:
acc. to ETS 300.224/ETS 300.682
Paging related specifications:
acc. to ETS 300.224
CE marking:
acc. to EMC directive 89/336/EEC and its ammendments
ATEX-models:
acc. to ATEX directive 1994/9/EC
112G3D T50 0C
EEx ib IIC T3-T6
temperature range -100C - +400C
ATEX-certificate:
KEMA 02 ATEX 1300
Dust and waterproof:
IP 50
Operating temp:
-100C to +550C
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LBB 6063/xx & LBB 6064/xx
High performance Paging
Transceivers
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Introduction
The Bosch range of Generation III transceivers are
designed for use in combination with a choice of receiver
and transmitter modules to provide a fully functional
transceiver for use in the DP6000 Digital Paging System.
The transceivers are totally self contained units for the
transmission and reception of speech as well as being
fully compatible with existing DP6000 equipment.
Available in UHF or VHF versions all transceivers offer a
bleep facility with 14 different normal and intermittent
bleep patterns. Each transceiver has eight separate call
numbers, which allow them to be addressed as an
individual, as a member of different groups, or on an allcall basis.
Transceiver Type No. Assignment
The Generation III transceivers comprise of four parts:
(1) a basic unit LBB 6063/xx (talk-back only
without dial) or LBB 6064/xx (talk-back
plus dial keypad).
(/xx determines the functions available, see function
table at the rear of this document)
Communication you can rely on
High quality two-way speech
Robust yet elegant design
Direct access to telephone systems
Two-way communication with other
paging system users
Direct dial keypad with 9 dial
number memories and quick redial
facility
5-digit numeric and 24 character
alphanumeric displays
Menu selection for users
Battery saving circuit
14 bleep pattern including 2
personal bleep patterns
Fully compatible with DP6000
systems
(2) a receiver module LBB 6012/xx (UHF)
or LBB 6112/xx (VHF) where /xx determines the
receiver frequency within the range.
(3) a transmitter module LBB 6013/xx (UHF) or LBB
6113/xx (VHF) where /xx determines the talk-back
frequency within the range.
(4) a rear housing panel LBB 5350/00 (without clip
attachment) or LBB 5350/01 (with clip attachment).
Applications
Because of its robust and compact design the transceivers
are ideally suited for use in light and heavy industrial
applications, such as in the chemical and petro-chemical
industries, power generation plants, shipyards, and
industrial complexes. The transceivers are also ideally
suited for use in hospitals, prisons, and local security
situations, or indeed anywhere where people in a local
environment are on the move yet need to keep in touch.
Construction
The lightweight, pocket-sized transceivers are housed in a
robust polycarbonate /ABS (80/20) casing which
combines durability with aesthetic design. Ergonomically
designed for ease of use, even when wearing gloves, users
are able to execute all basic functions.
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The design of the transceivers makes them splash-water
proof according to the IP 64 classification. The special
sturdy design of the aerials provides excellent reception
and transmission performance.
A rugged industrial holster with clip assembly, designed
to fit on a belt, can be used to carry the transceiver. The
holster’s design ensures that the transceiver is firmly held
in place and protected when on the move.
numbers for contacting other users of the DP6000
system. The keypad can also be used for dialling into the
PABX or public telephone networks if connected to the
DP6000 system. The display shows the number being
dialled. Up to 9 dial numbers can be stored in the
transceiver’s memory stack, and recalled for ‘short
dialling’ using the <Menu> key and the appropriate
number key on the keypad. A quick redial facility enables
the last entered dial number to be redialled.
The Generation III paging transceivers offer a wide range
of options and functionality.
For the functionality and options available with each type
number refer to the functions table at the rear of this
document. The standard transceiver types LBB 6063/xx
do not have a dial keypad. Transceiver types LBB 6064/xx
include a dial key pad. All models provide two-way
speech between user and system operator.
The loudspeaker and the microphone are located at the
back of the transceiver (Fig.1). The press-to-talk button is
easily accessible at the side of the transceiver. A green
indicator lamp, located on top of the transceiver
illuminates with every incoming call. The indication
remains illuminated for approximately 8 seconds after the
bleep has terminated. The transceiver is switched on and
off using the transceiver’s <Menu>, <Scroll> and
<Enter> keys. A red indicator lamp (LED) indicates that
the transceiver is transmitting.
Messages can originate from PABX, DP6000 control
desks, or from other transceivers within the DP6000
system.
Operational Characteristics
Transceiver Functionality
Transceiver types LBB 6064/xx can also call-up and send
messages or speak to anyone connected to the DP6000
system.
Transceivers that include a 5-digit numeric and an
alphanumeric display (2 x 12) are able to display call
information, messages and symbols denoting user
settings. Up to ten alphanumeric and five numeric
messages can be stacked in memory with a scroll facility
providing easy access, while user settings can be altered
when required using function keys and on-screen menus.
A maximum of 5-stored alphanumeric messages can be
‘Locked’ in order to safe guard them from being overwritten by new incoming calls. All incoming messages,
numeric or alphanumeric are checked first to establish
whether they are already stored in memory. This function
therefore prevents two individual messages from being
stored in memory.
A paging call is originated from a control desk, from a
telephone via an appropriate coupler or from another
transceiver in the field. The transceiver is paged with a
selected bleep signal pattern, from a selection of 14
different bleep signal patterns, 7 with a normal tone, and
7 with an intermittent tone. In addition the transceiver
can also be paged with one or two bleep patterns
personally assigned by its user. The tones can be
programmed to be recognised for a variety of
circumstances or conditions.
Bleep patterns
Bleep/vibrator patterns
0/8
1/9
2/A
3/B
4/C
5/D
Controls and Indicators
6/E
A menu button, up and down scroll buttons and an enter
button allow the operator to access the set-up menu for
function selection, and to browse through the stored
messages in the ten memory positions. A light button
enables the display to be illuminated for low-light or dark
situations.Transceiver type LBB 6064/xx includes a
telephone dial keypad located at the front of the
transceiver. The keypad allows direct selection of call
7/F
Silent call
(Calls 1 - 7 = nor mal tone
Calls 8 - F = cr icketed tone)
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Addresses
The transceiver can have up to 8 different addresses as
follows:
1 x ALL call address
2 x Individual call addresses
5 x Group call addresses
On reception of a call, the transceiver holder can press the
‘Press to-Talk’ button and speak into the transceiver’s
built-in microphone to the originator of the paging call.
In this manner a two-way verbal conversation (talk-back)
is established. A talk-through mode can also be selected
allowing two transceiver holders to converse with each
other. If the transceiver is in the storage rack an absent
indication is passed to the caller.
Programming
Initially, the transceiver is programmed by the DP6000
system manager who, amongst other things, determines the
system call codes and the individual and group call
addresses. A switch located in the transceiver’s battery
compartment enables a paging system manager to program
the unit from the DP6000 control desk. This can be done
while the transceiver is housed in its storage rack or it can
be done in a wireless type situation. The user can also
choose a number of pre-selections such as bleeper on/off, or
bleeper loud/soft. The number of available functions which
can be pre-set via the menu is predetermined by the system
manager. The user can also program nine numbers to serve
as quick dial memory positions.
Alphanumeric display Character set
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Power
Alarms
The transceiver is powered from three LR1 batteries
which may be either disposable or rechargeable. The
transceiver incorporates an automatic battery saving
function. This function ensures that the available power is
used efficiently. When the battery voltage drops below an
acceptable level, an audible signal, and if fitted with an
alphanumeric display, a visual signal indicates this
condition. If rechargeable batteries are used, they are
recharged when the transceiver is placed in the storage
rack. To conserve energy all essential circuitry is
automatically switched off in the stand-by mode.
All transceivers are equipped with a system-dependent
out-of-range detection facility which warns the user if the
transceiver is outside the area covered by its particular
DP6000 system. For this function one of the system
encoders should also be programmed accordingly.
Recall
P
Ente
r
Loudspeaker
1
4
7
Ligh
t
2
5
Men
u
3
6
8
9
0
Microphone
Fig.1 Rear of view of transceiver.
Fig.2 Front view of transceiver.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Receiver Section
UHF Rx Module LBB 6012/xx
VHF Rx. module LBB 6112/xx
- Normal stand-by mode
: 4.0 mA
: 2.6 mA
- Battery saving mode
: 0.25 mA
: 0.16 mA
Frequency range
: 420 - 470 MHz
: 25 - 50 MHz
- Calls (80% successful calls)
: 15 µV/m
: 35 µV/m
- Battery saving enabled
: -2dB
: -2dB
- speech (in respect to sensitivity of calls)
: - 6 dB
: - 6 dB
- Channel spacing
: 25 kHz
: 12.5 kHz
UHF Tx. Module LBB 6013/xx
VHF Tx. module LBB 6113/xx
- Normal stand-by mode
: 0 mA
: 0 mA
- Transmitting
: 77 mA
: 77 mA
Output power
: 25 mW ERP typ.
: 10 mW ERP typ.
Frequency range
: 420 - 470 MHz
: 146 - 174 MHz
- Type of modulation
: Real FM
: Real FM
- Modulation deviation (90 dBA SPL, 10 cm of mic.)
: 4 KHz
: 2 KHz
- Modulation deviation of pilot tones
: 800 Hz
: 400 Hz
- Modulation bandwidth
: 300 Hz - 3 kHz
: 300 Hz - 3 kHz
deviation: 2.4 kHz + 10 dB)
: < 200 nW
: < 200 nW
Spurious output
: < 200 nW
: < 200 nW
Current consumption
Sensitivity:
Transmitter Section
Current consumption
Modulation
Output power of sideband components
at fc ±20 kHz ( at f.mod : 1250 Hz and
Basic units LBB 6063/xx and LBB 6064/xx
Current consumption
- Normal standby
: 5 mA
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS (CONTD.)
Total Transceiver LBB 606* plus Receiver Module LBB 6*12/.. and
Generation III
DP 6000 Transceivers
Transmitter Module LBB6*13/..
Function Table
Supply voltage:
3 x IEC - LR1 size batteries: 3.2 V - 5.1 V
Weight:
220 - 250 grammes
Housing material:
polycarbonate/ABS (80/20)
Dimensions:
142 x 60 x 28 mm
Radiation:
acc. Ets 300.224
ESD:
> 12 kV minimum
Bleep frequency:
2886 Hz, 30 Hz cricketing
twin-tone 3463 Hz
Loudness of call at 10 cm:
- high volume:
98 dB
- Low volume:
90 dB
Pollution:
CEPT T/R 20 - 05, FT2 17TR
Operating temperature:
-10°C to +55°C
Relative humidity:
10% to 98%
ATEX-models:
acc. to ATEX directive 1994/9/EC
14 Bleep patterns
5-digit numeric display
Alpha display (2 x 12 characters)
Numeric message stack
Alpha message stack
Display illumination
Number of addresses
Speech
Talk-back
Dial keypad
Low battery indication
Out-of range detection
Absent indication
User programmable
Connector for ext. unit
112G3D T50 0C
EEx ib IIC T3-T6
temperature range -100C - +400C
ATEX-certificate:
KEMA 02 ATEX 1300
Dust and waterproof:
IP64
Operating temp:
-100C to +550C
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LBB 6030 - LBB 6035
PS 6000
PS-Micro Alarm Transmitters
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•
•
•
•
•
Introduction
The Bosch PS-Micro Alarm Transmitters LBB 6030 - LBB
6035 are intended for use in the Bosch Personal Security
system in combination with a dedicated central control
LBB 6000\LBB 6001 (Alphadesk PC) with the PS-Micro
software package LBB 6509 or the PS-micro controledesk
LBB6105.
The mobiles can also be used in existing PS systems in
combination with Generation III transceivers type
LBB 6065/xx, LBB 6066/xx using PS software package LBB
6507.
A choice of in-built automatic alarms, such as ‘No-move’,
‘Not-vertical’ and ‘Tear-out’ are also available where no user
input is required. An optional location detection feature
provides location information in systems installed with
location detection transmitters/beacons.
Operation
The mobiles are capable of transmitting two types of calls
for the attention of a central PC operator: ‘Alarm’ calls and
‘Check-in’ calls.
•
‘Alarm’ calls are initiated by the mobile holder pressing
the manual alarm button (manual alarm) or by the mobile itself when in a motionless/angled state for a prolonged period of time or when the ‘tear-out’ plug has
been removed from its socket.
•
‘Check-in’ calls are silent calls sent periodically to the
central control PC to check the operational status of the
mobile(s). The period between check-in calls is programmable using software package LBB 6509 and varies
depending on the number of mobiles used in the system.
Range of transmitters
Incorporating Surface Mounted Device (SMD) technology,
the range of transmitters are small and compact with an
elegant but sturdy and robust design making them
unobtrusive to the holder. This versatile range of mobiles
provides a choice of alarm options to cater for most
personal security requirements (refer to Table 1).
All transmitters incorporate an easily accessible manual
alarm button (red), providing the user with a simple to use
one button operation to initiate a manual alarm.
Communication you can rely on
Versatile range of personal alarm
transmitters
Small, unobtrusive and elegant
design
Easy accessible manual alarm
button
A variety of automatic alarms
such as ‘tear-out’ and ‘no-move’
alarm
Optional with location detection
Integrated antenna
Monitoring of good functioning of
the mobiles in the system
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A red LED in combination with audio bleep patterns
provides the mobile holder with visual and audio
operational feedback. Indications include, pre-alarm, alarm,
low battery, error bleep, and confirmation during mobile
programming.
1
3
4
(LBB 6034 & LBB 6035 only)
3 Manual alarm button
2
10
Once stored or taken out of its storage- /charging rack, the
mobile informs the central control of its absence status and
vice versa.
1 Label placement
2 Tear out alarm socket
2
4 LED indication
5 Attachment clip
6 Battery charging contacts
9
7 Battery cover locking screw
5
8
Location detection
8 Battery placement
2 x LR1 or 1 x CR12600
rechargeable or non-recharge-
PS-Micro Alarm Transmitter types LBB 6031, LBB 6033
and LBB 6035 include a location detection module, for use
in systems where inductive location detection transmitters
LBB 6070 are installed.
Ease of use
able batteries
9 Battery cover lock
6
(slide-to-open)
10 Audible bleep output
7
Table 1 Range of PS-Micro Mobile alarm Transmitters
Including a robust attachable clip, the mobiles can be worn
under clothing without affecting the performance of the
location transmitters response. The location transmitters
can be used for both indoor and outdoor applications.
Type
Manual
alarm
Not-vertical/
No-move
alarm
Tear-off
alarm
Location
detection
LBB 6030
LBB 6031
Being equipped with an internal antenna enables the
mobile holder flexibility in wearing the device as well as
decreasing its vulnerability to damage.
LBB 6032
LBB 6033
LBB 6034
LBB 6035
TECHNICAL DATA
PS-Micro Alarm Transmitters LBB 6030 - LBB 6035
Power source:
2 x LR1 batteries, alkaline, NiCd (chargeable) or Lithium (non-chargeable LBB 5312/00) or 1 x CR12600 SE (Sanyo)
Current consumption (mA)
Typical current during standby:
Type Number
Non-chargeable
NiCd
LBB 6030
0.16
0.36
LBB 6031
2.7
2.7
LBB 6032
0.8
1.4
LBB 6033
3.9
3.7
LBB 6034
0.8
1.4
LBB 6035
3.9
3.7
During transmission:
All types
75
95
Output power:
max. 10mW ERP.
Frequency range:
UHF: between 410 MHz and 470 MHz. Channel spacing: 12.5 kHz
Weight:
85 g
Dimensions (hxwxd):
Excl. pocket clip: 82 x 52 x 15.5 mm. Incl. pocket clip: 82 x 52 x 24 mm
Dust and waterproof:
IP 50
Operating temp:
-100C to +550C
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LBB 6065/xx, LBB 6066/xx
PS 6000
High performance
Personal Security Transceivers
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•
•
•
•
•
•
Introduction
The Bosch range of personal security
paging transceivers are designed for
use in the PS6000 Personal Security
system.
Transceivers are also capable of
receiving 48-character alphanumeric
messages and 5-digit numeric
messages on separate displays.
General
PS Paging Transceivers
The PS paging transceivers in
combination with personal security
facilities provide two-way speech
communication (talk-back) between
user and system operator. A choice of
receiver and transmitter modules are
available to provide fully functional
transceivers.
Communication you can rely on
Modular in concept, the PS paging
transceivers are available in both UHF
and VHF versions. Each offering a
bleep facility with 14 different bleep
call patterns, and each having eight
separate call numbers, allowing them
to be addressed as an individual, or as
a member of different groups, or on
an ‘all-call’ basis.
•
•
•
•
•
•
High quality two-way speech
Robust yet elegant design
Built-in personal security
- Manual alarm button
- Location detection (optional)
- No movement alarm
- Tilt alarm
- Fast move alarm
- Tear-out alarm (optional)
- System scan calls
Two-way communication with
other paging system users
Direct dial keypad with 9 dial number
memories and quick redial facility
5-digit display, with 5 numeric message memory stack
24 character alphanumeric display
with 10 alphanumeric message
memory stack
User menu selection
Battery saving circuit
14-bleep patterns including two
personal bleep patterns
Fully compatible with DP6000
systems
Direct access to telephone systems
Versions available with or without an
attachment clip
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Type No. Assignment and ordering details.
Rear housing panel
The modular concept of the Generation III PS 6000
range means that a number of options are available to
suit specific requirements. Table 1 opposite lists the
functions available according to the type number:
The PS paging transceivers/receivers can be delivered
with or without a fixed clip attachment on the rear cover
panel.
- Rear panel without clip attachment
LBB 5350/00
- Rear panel with clip attachment
LBB 5350/01
PS Transceiver
Basic type numbers:
PS Paging transceivers are available in the following basic
types numbers:
1 Without dial keypad:
LBB 6065/00
LBB 6065/07 (with location detection and tear out)
2 With dial keypad:
LBB 6066/00
LBB 6066/07 (with location detection and tear out)
for functions per type see table 1.
(all the above to be ordered separately)
PS paging transceivers/receivers with a rear fixed plastic
clip (LBB 5350/01) can be attached conveniently to the
waist or breast pocket of a shirt. Carried in this way, they
will emit a clearer bleep sound, and is not muted by loose
clothing.
A Rugged industrial clip-on holster LBB 5304/10
A Rugged industrial clip-on holster LBB 5304/10
designed to fit on a belt, can be used to carry the mobile.
The holster’s design ensures that the mobile is firmly held
in place and protected when on the move.
General Receiver modules
With the basic type numbers, a choice of HF receiver and
transmitter modules are available:
1. LBB 6012/xx (UHF)
2. LBB 6112/xx (VHF)
(/xx determines the receiver frequency within the range).
GENERATION III
PS 6000 TRANSCEIVERS
FUNCTION TABLE
Transmitter modules
1. LBB 6013/xx (UHF)
2. LBB 6113/xx (VHF)
(/xx determines the transmission frequency within the
range).
14 Bleep pattern
5-digit numeric display
Alpha display (2 x 12 characters)
Numeric message stack
Alpha message stack
Display illumination
Number of addresses
Speech
Talk-back
Dial keypad
Low battery indication
Out-of-range detection
Absent indication
User programmable
Manual alarm button
No move/angle alarm
Fast move alarm
Tear out alarm
Location detection
Automatic system scanning
Manual scanning
Table 1
L
B
B
6
0
6
5
/
0
0
L
B
B
6
0
6
5
/
0
7
L
B
B
6
0
6
6
/
0
0
L
B
B
6
0
6
6
/
0
7
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PS Paging Transceiver LBB 6065/xx
VHF/UHF Talk-back transceiver with personal security
functions
-
For use in PS 6000 paging systems
2 x 12 character alphanumeric display
5-digit numeric display
Personal security functions
Menu driven user settings
Intended for use in areas involving a high level of
personal risk. PS 6000 Personal Security transceivers
provide two-way speech communication between user
and system operator in combination with a choice of
personal security functions
4. Location detection
Some versions of the transceiver are available with a
built-in location detection module (version 07 only).
For use in this application, location detection
transmitters should be installed throughout in the areas
to be monitored.
In this system the location transmitters continuously
send a location code. When the transceiver receives such
a code it can transmit its location to the PS central
control.
With each communication, the transceiver will also
transmit its latest receiver location code to the PS central
control.
5. Out-of range detection
Personal security functions
1. No-move/angle detection
These transceivers have a sophisticated built-in zeromovement detection circuit (‘no-move/angle’ detection).
If there is no transceiver movement detected over a preset number of seconds, and the transceiver is tilted at
more than 25° for the same length of time a pre-alarm
bleep is generated. If the user does not respond within a
preset number of seconds, by moving the transceiver or
pressing an alarm reset button, an alarm call is
automatically transmitted to the PS central control.
In the No-move/angle state the transceiver emits an
audible bleep for quick location.
2. Manual Alarm
An alarm signal can also be sent manually to the central
control unit by simply pressing a built-in alarm button.
3. Tear-out Alarm
An optional ‘Tear-out’ alarm (version 07 only) when
pulled from its socket automatically sends an alarm signal
to the PS 6000 central control.
The transceiver is also equipped with a system-dependent
‘out-of-range’ detector which warns the user if the
transceiver has moved outside the range covered by the
paging system. For this function, the system encoders
should be programmed accordingly.
Controls and indicators
A 5-digit numeric and 2 x 12 alphanumeric display shows
call information, messages and symbols denoting user
settings. Up to 10 alphanumeric and five numeric
messages can be stacked and stored in memory, with a
scroll facility providing easy access. User settings can be
altered simply and quickly using functions keys and onscreen menus. The display can be illuminated using a
‘light’ button for low-light or dark situations.
The loudspeaker and microphone are located at the rear
of the transceiver. A ‘press-to-talk’ button, is used to
transmit speech. A bi-colour LED (red/green) is located
on top of the transceiver. When red it indicates that the
transceiver is transmitting (e.g scan, alarm and speech
calls etc.). The LED illuminates green with every call to
the transceiver. This indication remains illuminated for
approx. 8 seconds after the bleep has terminated.
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LBB 6066/xx
VHF/UHF Talk-back transceiver with personal security
and dial functions
Bleep/vibrator patterns
0/8
1/9
- Similar to LBB 6065/xx but with :
- 12-key dial-pad
2/A
3/B
4/C
This transceiver, in combination with personal security
facilities, provides two-way speech communication
between user and system operator, other users in the
system equipped with talk-back facilities, and access to
the public telephone network.
A 12-key dial-pad allows the user to dial any number
required for contacting other users of the DP 6000
system, or for dialling into the PABX or public telephone
networks should this be connected to the DP 6000 system
The alphanumeric display shows the number being
dialled. Up to 9 dial numbers can be stored in the
transceiver’s memory stack, and recalled for ‘short
dialling’ using the <Menu> key and the appropriate
number key on the keypad. A ‘Quick-redial’ facility
enables the last entered dial number to be redialled.
NOTE: For personal security functions and controls and
indicators refer to transceiver version LBB 6065/xx.
General for all version types
5/D
6/E
7/F
Silent call
(Calls 1 - 7 = nor mal tone
Calls 8 - F = cr icketed tone)
Addresses
The transceiver can have up to 8 different addresses as
follows:
1 x ALL call address
2 x Individual call addresses
5 x Group call addresses
Programming
Initially, the transceiver is programmed by the DP6000
system manager who, amongst other things, determines
the system call codes and the individual and group call
addresses. A switch located in the transceiver’s battery
compartment enables a paging system manager to
program the unit from the DP6000 control desk. This can
be done while the transceiver is housed in its storage rack
or it can be done in a wireless type situation.
Operational characteristics
A paging call is originated from a control desk, or from a
telephone via an appropriate coupler or from another
transceiver in the field. The transceiver is paged with a
pre-programmed bleep signal pattern, from a selection of
14 different bleep signal patterns, 7 with a normal tone,
and 7 with a cricketed tone.
Alternatively the transceiver can also be paged with one
of two bleep patterns personally assigned by its user. The
tones can be programmed to be recognised for a variety
of circumstances or conditions.
In ‘talk-back’ versions, on reception of a call, the
transceiver holder simply presses the ‘press-to-talk’
button and speaks into the transceiver’s built-in
microphone to the originator of the paging call. In this
manner a two-way verbal conversation (talk-back) is
established. A talk-through mode can also be selected
allowing two transceiver holders to converse with each
other. If the transceiver is in the storage rack an absent
indication is passed to the caller.
The user can also choose a number of pre-selections such
as bleeper on/off, or bleeper loud/soft. The number of
available functions which can be pre-set via the menu is
predetermined by the system manager. The user can also
program nine numbers to serve as quick dial memory
positions.
Power
The transceiver is powered from three LR1 batteries
which can be either disposable or rechargeable. The
transceiver incorporates an automatic battery saving
function. This function responds to a system
programmed message and ensures that the available
power is used efficiently. A battery voltage level checker
monitors the battery voltage and generates a warning
signal should this drop below an acceptable level. If
rechargeable batteries are used, they are recharged when
the transceiver is placed in a storage rack.
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Construction
Compact and robust, as well as being splash water-proof
to the IP64 standard, the range of PS 6000 receivers and
transceivers are ideally suited for light and heavy
industrial applications, such as in chemical and petrochemical industries, power generation plants, shipyards
and industrial complexes etc..
Alarm
Reca
ll
Alarm
Reca
ll
P
Ent
er
Ligh
t
P
Ente
r
Men
u
1
4
7
Ligh
t
2
5
Men
u
3
6
8
9
0
P
A
Key to symbols
Rear panel with clip attachment LBB 5350/01(to be ordered separately)
Rear panel without clip attachment LBB 5350/00 (to be ordered separately)
showing loudspeaker and microphone
Front view of PS paging transceiver and PS paging receiver LBB 6065/xx.
Front view of PS paging transceiver LBB 6066/xx showing 12-key dial pad
User display symbols
Transceiver character set for alphanumeric messages
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Total transceiver LBB 606* with receiver module LBB 6*12/xx and
Receiver section
transmitter module LBB 6*13/xx
UHF Rx
VHF Rx
Supply voltage
module
module
(3 x IEC - LRI size
LBB 6012/xx
LBB 6112/xx
batteries)
: 3.34 V - 4.8 V
Weight
:220 - 250 grammes
: 4.0 ± 1mA
: 2.5 ± 1 mA
Housing material
:polycarbonate/ABS (80/20)
Current consumption
Normal stand-by mode
Battery saving mode
:0.25 mA
: 0.16 mA
Dimensions
:142 x 60 x 28 mm
Frequency range
: 420-470 MHz
: 25-50 MHz
Dust and waterproof
: IP 64
Radiation
:acc. Ets 300.224
Sensitivity
Calls (70% successful)
: ≤30 µV/m
: ≤60 µv/m
ESD
:>12 kV minimum
Battery saving enabled*
:-2 dB
: -2 dB
Bleep frequency
:2886, 30 Hz cricketing
Speech*
: -6 dB
: -6 db
* with respect to sensitivity of calls
channel spacing
twin-tone 3463 Hz
Loudness of call at 10 cm
: 12.5 or 20 kHz
: 10 kHz
- low volume
:71/76 ±3dB
UHF Tx
VHF Tx
- speech
: 80 ±3dB
module
module
Pollution
:CEPT T/R20 - 05, FT2 17TR
LBB 6013/xx
LBB 6113/xx
Operating temperature
:-10°C to +55°C
Relative humidity
:10% to 95%
Transmitter section
Current consumption
- high volume
:91/96 ±3dB
Normal stand-by mode
: 0 mA
: 0 mA
Accessories
Transmitting
:77 mA ±15 mA
: 77 ±15 mA
Holster
Output power
: 25 mW*
: 10 mW*
NiMHbattery
: LBB 5931/28 (28 pos)
Rear panel without clip
: LBB 5350/00
Rear panel with clip
: LBB 5350/01
* ERP typical
Frequency range
: 420-470 MHz
: 146-174 MHz
Channel spacing
: 12.5 or 20 kHz
: 20 kHz
Type of modulation
: Real FM
: Real FM
Modulation deviation
:4 kHz* max.
: 4 kHz* max.
Modulation
* (90 dBA SPL, 10 cm of mic.)
Modulation deviation of
pilot tones
:800 Hz
: 400 Hz
Modulation bandwidth
:10Hz-3 kHz
: 10Hz-3 kHz
Output power of sideband components
(at fc ±20kHz (at f.mod: 1250 Hz and
deviation: 2.4 kHz +10 dB) :<200 nW
: <200 nW
Spurious output
: <200 nW
: <200 nW
Basic units LBB 6065/xx and LBB 6066/xx
Current consumption
(alarm functions on, excl. receiver and transmitter module)
Normal stand-by mode
: 1.5 mA
Incl. location PCB
: +1.5 mA
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LBB 6070
PS6000 Location Transmitter
•
•
•
•
•
•
Compact and rigid glass-fibre reinforced polyester housing suitable for use in industrial climates
Front-mounted LED indicating
unit power
More than one million location
addresses can be distinguished
Easy address programming using
five rotary switches
Adjustable transmission range
from 0.5 to 4.5 meters
Compatible with PS-micro,
PS-tranceiver and PS-DECT mobiles with location detection
Introduction
Location addresses
The LBB 6070 Location Transmitter has been designed
for use in combination with PS6000 Personal Security
Systems. Housed in a compact and rigid glass fibre reinforced polyester housing, the transmitter is ideally suited
for use in industrial environments (dust and waterproof
according to IP65).
The location code transmitted by the Location
Transmitter is programmable using five rotary switches
accessible after opening the unit. More than one million
different addresses can be programmed.
Special cover securing screws are delivered, with the unit,
providing added security in hostile environments.
The Location Transmitter transmits a programmable
location code approximately 20 times per second. When a
person carrying a PS-mobile receives this code, it relays
the location code to the central control unit.
Using the location codes it has received, the PS system
can keep track of a transceiver carrier’s current position
and heading (see fig. 1).
Communication you can rely on
Placement considerations
The unit has to be mounted in a vertical position opposite a door or any other place where the transceiver carrier has to pass.
Power supply
The Location Transmitter has to be powered using a standard external d.c. power adaptor. This adaptor must be
able to provide 12 to 15 V d.c. power at a current of
approximately 180 mA. The power cable can either be
connected invisibly via a hole in the bottom of the housing, or via a cable locking screw at the side of the housing.
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Fig. 1
When used in combination with Personal Security Software LBB6507 and PS-mobiles with location detection, it is possible to check the
current position and direction of movement of a PS-mobile
The above screen was taken from a PC Alpha Desk running the PS6000 Software Package.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
ELECTRICAL
Bump:
According to IEC68-2-29 (Eb) : 2 g
Environment:
According to IP65
Quality Assurance:
According to ISO 9001
Special tool for use with security cover screws
Supply Voltage:
12 to 15 V d.c.
Accessories:
Supply Current:
120 to 180 mA
SAFETY APPROVALS AND STANDARDS
CE:
Location transmission
acc to Telecom directive 1999/5/EC
Modulation:
DP6000 code + checksum
Safety:
acc to EN 60950 +A1+A2+A3+A4+A11 (1997)
Carrier frequency:
55 kHz
EMC:
acc to ETSI EN 301489-1 (2002)
acc to EN 61000-4-2
acc to ETSI EN 301 489-3 (2002)
Propagation type:
Varying magnetic field
Modulation type:
Differential biphase PSK
ESD:
Address transfer rate:
Approx. 20 times per second
ATEX model only
Working range:
0.5 to 4.5 m (adjustable)
ATEX:
acc to ATEX directive 1994/9/EC
ATEX certificate:
KEMA 02ATEX1306 X
MECHANICAL
ATEX marking:
II 2GD EEx ib IIC T5
Dimensions:
230 x 75 x 55 mm ± 2 mm (L x W x H)
Ui:
15 Vdc (intrinsic safe circuit)
Weight:
Approx. 630 g.
Ii:
120 mA (intrinsic safe circuit)
Pi:
1.8 W (intrinsic safe circuit)
Temp range:
-10°C to + 40°C
Physical Dimensions
Operating Environment
Temperature Range:
–10°C to +55°C
Relative Humidity:
Dust and waterproof:
≤ 95%
IP 64
Mechanical Conditions
Vibration:
According to IEC68-2-3 (Fc)
0.075 mm 10-60 Hz, 3 directions, 30 min/dir.
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LBB 6150/00, LBB 6150/01
& LBB 6150/02
Storage Racks
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•
•
•
•
•
•
Application
The Bosch receiver storage racks, type LBB 6150/00, LBB
6150/01 and LBB 6150/02 are designed for DP 6000
systems. They are suitable for use with Generation III
receivers, types LBB 6x8x, Generation IV receivers, types
LBB 6x9x, as well as PS-Micro personal security mobiles,
types LBB 603x using either disposable or rechargeable
batteries.
Construction
The storage racks are similar in appearance and consist of
five storage units contained in a plastic casing. A number
of racks can be installed beside each other to visually
form one unit. This is made possible due to the
construction of the units casing which allows each rack to
fit compactly beside each other.
Master rack LBB 6150/01
The LBB 6150/01 receiver storage rack has a built-in
circuitry providing the following facilities :
- Absence indication if a stored receiver is called.
- Battery recharging facilities.
Communication you can rely on
Storage Capacity for five units.
Wall or flush mounting
‘Absence’ indication if stored
receiver is called.
‘Correct receiver connection’
indication with LED
Battery recharging
To cascade with up to 15
extension racks.
Optional external receiver in
rack indication.
The receiver storage rack can be connected to the paging
system at any convenient point in the system cabling by
means of a cable terminated with a 16-pole Hirschmann
plug. The cable carries the power supply and both the
incoming and out outgoing signals.
Basic rack LBB 6150/02
The Basic storage rack LBB 6150/02 also has a storage
capacity for five mobiles and can be used where charging
only, without absence indication is required. The unit
also provides power for up to fifteen storage rack
extension modules, type LBB 6150/00. The power supply
is connected to the rack via a connection block on the
unit’s printed circuit board.
Extension rack LBB 6150/00
The LBB6150/00 extension storage racks can be used in a
system as an extension to the LBB 6150/01 or LBB
6150/02. A maximum of 15 extension racks can be
connected to the master rack. Connection is in cascade so
that the extension racks offer the same facilities as the
master rack.
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All racks have a storage capacity for five paging receivers.
When the receivers are connected correctly to the rack,
the yellow LED’s which are positioned next to the storage
units will be lit.
The PCB of the storage rack is prepared for the mounting
of optional components for external indication that a
certain receiver is put in the rack (e.g. five extra LED’s).
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
LBB 6150/02
LBB 6150/01
Basic rack
Master rack
DC input voltage:
DC Supply voltage:
10.8 - 14.4 V
DC charging current
Data input voltage:
0.22 - 4 V p-p
per receiver:
10.8 - 14.4 V
Typical 10 - 15 mA
Connection to
DC charging current
Typical 10 - 15 mA
power supply:
2-pole screw connection block on PCB
DC output current:
1A max.
Connection to slave rack:
4-pin socket
Connection to slave rack:
4-pin socket
Mounting:
Suitable for wall or flush mounting
Dimensions:
225 x 90 x 74 mm
per receiver:
Connection to
paging system:
Cable with 16-pole Hirschmann plug
Weight :
400 g
Mounting:
Suitable for wall or flush mounting
Temperature range:
Operating : -10 to +550C
Dimensions:
225 x 90 x 74 mm
Weight:
550 g
Relative humidity:
<95%
Temperature range:
Operating : -10 to +550C
Safety:
acc. to IEC 65
Storage and transport : -40 to +700C
Storage and transport : -40 to + 700C
Relative humidity:
<95%
Safety:
acc. to IEC 65
LBB 6150/00
Extension rack
DC input voltage:
10.8 - 14.4 V
DC charging current
per receiver:
Typical 10 - 15 mA
Interconnection:
4-pole connector to LBB 6150/01,
Mounting:
Suitable for wall or flush mounting
Dimensions:
225 x 90 x 74 mm
Weight:
400 g
Temperature range:
Operating : -10 to +550C
LBB 6150/02 or LBB 6150/00
Storage and transport : -40 to +700C
Relative humidity:
<95%
Safety:
acc. to IEC 65
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LBB 6152/00
Single Storage Rack
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•
•
•
•
•
Introduction
The Bosch’ Single Storage Rack, LBB 6152/00 has been
designed for use in a DP6000 system.
The rack, constructed of durable ABS plastic, accepts
generation III receivers having type numbers LBB 608x
and LBB 618x and generation IV receivers having type
numbers LBB 609x and LBB 619x, with or without
pocket clip and containing batteries.
The ergonomically style unit is used for both storing and
charging the batteries of a single third generation
receiver.
A receiver whilst being stored in the rack can operate
normally, receiving calls and displaying message
information. A receiver however, once placed in the rack
will not generate an absence signal.
Communication you can rely on
Stand alone storage rack for a
single receiver
Recharging of batteries
For use with Generation III and IV
receivers
Wireless reception during
charging
Compact and Stylishly designed
External 12 V DC or 9 V AC
supply
The storage rack is connected to a 9 V a.c. or 12 V d.c.
power supply via an adaptor socket located at the rear of
the unit. A single yellow LED indicator lamp, confirms
both connection and charging.
Applications
The single storage rack is intended for placement on a
table top or similiar type surface. Being small, lightweight
and compact, the rack is ideal for placement on a desk, or
on a bedside table such as in nurses off-duty sleeping
quarters etc...
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
ELECTRICAL
DC input voltage
(external supply):
10.8 - 14.4 V d.c
DC charging current:
6 - 8.5 mA
or
AC input voltage
(external supply):
9V
MECHANICAL
Indication:
Yellow LED (charging confirmation)
Mounting:
Table-top
Dimensions:
85 x 150 x 60 mm
Weight:
300 g
Supplementary Items (To be ordered separately).
AC Power adaptor LBB 5319/10
(2-pin Euro version only)
- Input:
230 V a.c ± 10% 50 Hz
- Output:
9 V a.c / 300mA
DC Power adaptor LBB 5934/01
(Euro and UK plug)
- Input:
230 V a.c ± 10% 50 Hz
- Output:
12 VDC / 1.25 A
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LBB 6151/00, LBB 6151/01
Generation III
Transceiver Storage Racks
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•
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•
General description
LBB 6151/01 Master Storage Rack
The Master Storage Rack LBB 6151/01 has been designed
to accommodate four Generation III transceivers, with
type numbers LBB 6063, LBB 6064, LBB 6065 and LBB
6066. Suitable for both wall and flush mounting , the
storage rack is connected to the paging system via a cable
terminated with a 16-pole Hirschmann connector. The
cable carries both incoming and outgoing signals as well
as the unit’s power supply.
A conditioned recharging facility is incorporated for use
with transceivers using rechargeable batteries. Once a
transceiver is placed in the storage rack, the rechargeable
batteries are charged with a charging current of
approximately 35 mA. After a set period, which can be set
by the installer, the rack switches over to ‘trickle charge’
yielding a charging current of approximately 15 mA. A
yellow indicator lamp (LED) located besides each storage
compartment, illuminates when the transceiver is
correctly housed and being charged.
Communication you can rely on
4-transceiver storage rack
Charges transceivers whilst in
storage
Accomodates up to five extension
modules
Absence indication when stored
transceiver is paged
The Master Storage Rack also provides the paging system
with an ‘absence’ signal when a stored transceiver is
paged.
Where more than four transceiver need to be stored, the
Master Storage Rack has extension facilities for
connecting up to a maximum of 5 storage rack extension
modules LBB 6151/00. Each extension module can also
accommodate four transceivers, so the total storage
capacity can be extended up to 24 transceivers. The
Master Storage Rack’s power supply provides power to all
the extension modules connected to it.
LBB 6151/00 Storage Rack Extension Module
The storage Rack Extension module LBB 6151/00
functions as a ‘slave’ storage rack for use with the LBB
6151/01 transceiver rack or for use with the LBB 6150
receiver storage rack. In combination with a master
storage rack LBB 6151/01, the slave rack offers the same
functions as the master storage rack, such as recharging
batteries and providing absence signalling.
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A yellow indicator lamp (LED) located besides each
storage compartment illuminates when the transceiver is
correctly housed and charging.
The type LBB 6150 and type LBB 6151 storage racks can be
mixed together. LBB 6151/00 transceiver slave racks can be
interconnected with the LBB 6150/01 master rack and LBB
6150/00 slave racks can be connected to the LBB 6151/01
transceiver master rack.
The racks are suitable for both wall and flush mounting.
TECHNICAL DATA
ELECTRICAL
Supply voltage:
10.4 - 14.4V dc
Charging current:
trickle:
15 mA
fast:
38 mA
MECHANICAL
Number of transceivers:
4
Connection to paging system: 16-pole Hirschmann connector
Mounting:
wall or flush-mounting
Dimensions:
225 x 90 x 105 mm
Weight:
approx. 310 g
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LBB 6153/00
Single Storage Rack
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•
•
•
General Description
The Bosch single storage and recharging rack LBB
6153/00 has been designed for use in a DP6000 system.
The rack, constructed of durable ABS plastic, accepts
generation III DP6000/PS 6000 transceivers and
optionally two sets of three rechargeable transceiver
batteries.
Functional description
The ergonomically style unit is used for charging the
batteries of a single third generation transceiver.
A transceiver whilst being stored in the rack can still
receive calls; the transceiver will bleep when called
while in the rack.
The transceiver needs to be switched on to be able to
receive calls.
Stand alone storage rack for a
single transceiver
Separate recharging of two sets
of three rechargeable transceiver
batteries
Fast and trickle-charge options
External 9 V AC supply
Switch-operated fast-charge
mode
LED indication for fast-charge
and trickle charge
Two separate compartments at the back of the unit can
be used to independently trickle-charge two pairs of three
rechargeable transceiver batteries. These compartments
can be opened using a small coin or flat-head
screwdriver.
The storage rack can perform fast- and trickle-charge
(fast charge for batteries seated in transceiver only). Fastcharge is initiated by pressing the red button at the back
of the unit when the transceiver is in its housing.
A LED indicator will light up green during trickle-charge
and red during fast-charge mode. The LED is also green
while trickle-charging batteries only, independent of the
presence of a transceiver in the rack.
Applications
Once placed in the rack, however, the transceiver will not
generate an absence signal. The storage rack is connected
to an external 9 V a.c. power supply via an adapter socket
located at the rear of the unit. The transceiver needs to be
fitted with and set up for rechargeable batteries.
Communication you can rely on
The single storage rack is intended for placement on a
table top or similar type surface. Being small, lightweight
and compact, the rack is ideal for placement on a desk, or
on a bedside table such as in nurses off-duty sleeping
quarters etc...
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
SUPPLEMENTARY ITEMS
(to be ordered separately)
ELECTRICAL
Input Voltage:
9 Va.c. (external supply)
AC Power adapter LBB 5319/10
Fast charge current:
40 mA ±10%,
(2-pin Euro version only)
6 hours 20°C ±20%
Input:
Trickle charge current:
11 mA ±10%
Battery charge current:
10 mA ±10% (2 x 3 batteries)
230 Va.c. ±10% 50 Hz
27 mA / 6.2 VA
Output:
9 Va.c. / 300 mA / 2.75 VA
Connections
AC input via female plug for connection of AC power adaptor
(3-pin plug UK version LBB 5319/11)
LBB 5319/10 or LBB 5319/11
Input:
230 Va.c. ±10% 50 Hz
27 mA / 6.2 VA
MECHANICAL
Output:
Physical Dimensions
Dimensions:
85 x 150 x 60 mm
Weight:
300 g
Operating Environment
Temperature Range:
–10°C to +55°C
Storage and transport
temperature:
–40°C to +70°C
Relative Humidity:
<95%
Industrial climates:
No special requirements
Susceptibility to radiation: According ETS 300682
Safety: According EN60065
Mechanical Conditions
Vibration and bump:
The storage rack is suitable for stationary use
Transport:
The packed products are suited for normal
worldwide transport by air, rail and road
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Paging and Personal
Security Central Equipment
Central transmitters and receivers
A range of VHF and UHF central transmitters and receivers used in DP6000 Paging
and PS6000 Personel Security Systems. Extending the coverage of the system using
multiple transmitters and/or receivers in a single system, large and complex sites
can be covered.
p. 49
Control desks
A wide range of paging and personel security desks are available. From dedicated
desktop paging or personal security desks up to a PC-based control desk (Alphadesk)
for paging, personal security and interface functions.
p. 59
Alphadesk SW-modules
Functions for interfacing (contacts, serial data, tcp/ip) up to Personal Security and
DECT6000 paging functions are available in SW modules. These SW modules can be
installed separately on a single Alphadesk to meet the most demanding requirements.
p. 73
Interfacing
A diverse range of equipment for interfacing to telephone systems, nursecall,
fire-detection and other on-site systems. Once interfaced, mobile personnel automatically
receive messages from these external systems.
p. 93
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LBB 5868/xx, 5888/xxx
DP 6000 Paging Transmitter
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•
•
•
•
•
•
Introduction
The paging transmitters LBB 5868/xx and LBB 5888/xx are
designed for indoor use in a Bosch DP6000 digital paging
system. The output power of the transmitter is variable
between 0.5-5 W. Its aerial output is fully protected against
damage caused by short- or open circuits when
transmitting at maximum ambient temperatures for long
periods of time. Full galvanic separation between system
earth, antenna earth and sync. earth is available during
installation. The transmitter's frequency depends on the
crystal unit used in the transmitter's high frequency section
and should be selected within the range 409-470 MHz.
(LBB5868) or 25-50 MHz (LBB5888). Both transmitter's
can be used in 3 and 4 wire DP6000 systems.
Power supply
An external power supply unit (12 Vdc, 2.5 A) is included
in the delivery of the transmitter. There is also a power
outlet available (12 Vdc, 400 mA) that can be used to
supply a central receiver, master sync unit or desk situated
close to the transmitter.
Synchronization LF
If one transmitter VHF or UHF cannot cover the required
transmission area, subsequent transmitters can be installed
Communication you can rely on
Variable output up to 5 W
Protection against VSWR
damage
Synchronizable
Frequency bands VHF: 25 - 50
MHz, UHF: 409 - 470 MHz
Galvanic separation between
system earth, antenna earth and
sync. earth
12 V power supply output
Diagnose LED’s
in the same system. All transmitters installed in the system
can be synchronized via a pilot frequency from a master
sync unit. An extra pair of wires is required between the
master sync. unit and transmitters to carry the pilot
frequency.
Synchronization HF
The transmitter (VHF only) is also prepared for High
Frequency synchronization. In such a case one transmitter
is used as separate master, where all other transmitters are
used as booster (slaves). Connection between the master
transmitter and slave transmitters is done by coaxial cables.
LED indications
Through the metal plate two LED’s indicate the following:
- Power on (green LED)
- Transmitter on (yellow LED)
Internally 4 diagnostic LED’s are available indicating the
following:
- LF signal
- RF Power OK
- VSWR Error
- LF sync. OK
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
ENVIRONMENT CONDITIONS
Transmitter
Operating temperature:
- 20 °C - +55 °C
ELECTRICAL
Storage temperature:
- 40 °C - +70 °C
Power consumption:
12 Volt, 2.5 A max
Humidity:
95% non condensing
Output:
Adjustable between 0.5 and 5 W in to a
SAFETY REGULATIONS
50 Ohm real impedance load
Paging directive:
ETSI EN 300 224-2 (2001)
Power supply output:
12 Volt, 400 mA
EMC directive:
ETSI EN 300 682 (1997)
Modulation:
FM
R&TTE directive:
1999/05/EC
Safety directive:
IEC 60950 (1999)
LBB 5868/.. (UHF)
Frequency bands:
409 - 470 MHz
Power supply (adapter type)**
Channel spacing:
20 kHz 12.5 kHz
ELECTRICAL
Deviation:
4 kHz*
Mains supply:
2 kHz
LBB 5888/.. (VHF)
100 V - 240 Vac
47 Hz - 63 Hz
Frequency bands:
25 - 50 MHz
Power consumption:
700 mA
Channel spacing:
10 kHz
Output:
12 Volt dc, 2.5 AENVI
Deviation:
2 kHz*
Connections:
Power supply (4 pin Minifit)
MECHANICAL
System cable (RJ 45)
Dimensions:
105 x 68 x 80 mm
Antenna (N-type Female)
Weight:
Approx. 250 gr
HF sync (VHF BNC Female)
MECHANICAL
* Factory setting
Dimensions:
270 x 195 x 81.5 mm
** Power adapter supplied with transmitters
Weight:
approx. 2 kg
Traditional paging product, non-harmonised frequencies
Cables:
Patch cable 2.5 m, terminated with 2 x RJ45
used, local approbation needed when used outside the EU.
Apart from EU-member states, most EEA and EFTA
countries and candidate member states are implementing
the R&TTE directive.
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LBB 6019/xx
DP 6000 Paging Transmitter
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
50 mW output
Protection against VSWR damage
Synchronizable
Frequency band UHF:
409 - 470 MHz
Galvanic separation between
system earth, antenna earth and
sync. earth
12 V power supply output
Diagnose LED’s
Introduction
Synchronization
The UHF paging transmitter LBB 6019/xx is designed for
indoor use in a Bosch DP6000 digital paging system.
The transmitter has an output power of 50 mW. Its aerial
output is fully protected against damage caused by shortor open circuits when transmitting at maximum ambient
temperatures for long periods of time. Full galvanic
separation between system earth, antenna earth and sync.
earth is available during installation.
The transmitter's frequency depends on the crystal unit
used in the transmitters high frequency section and
should be selected within the range 409-470 MHz. For a
full list of available frequencies refer to the relevant data
sheet. Transmitter can be used in 3 and 4 wire DP6000
systems.
If one transmitter cannot cover the required transmission
area, subsequent transmitters can be installed in the same
system. All transmitters installed in the system can be
synchronized via a pilot frequency from a master sync
unit. An extra pair of wires is required between the
master sync. unit and transmitters to carry the pilot
frequency.
Power supply
An external power supply unit (12 V, 2.5 A) is included in
the delivery of the transmitter.
There is also a power outlet available (12 V, 400 mA) that
can be used to supply a central receiver, master sync unit
or desk situated close to the transmitter.
Communication you can rely on
LED indications
Through the metal plate two LED's indicate the
following:
- Power on (green LED)
- Transmitter on (yellow LED),
Internally 4 diagnostic LED's are available indicating the
following:
- LF signal
- RF Power OK
- VSWR Error
- LF sync. OK
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
SAFETY REGULATIONS:
Transmitter
Paging directive:
ETSI EN 300 224-2 (2001)
ELECTRICAL
EMC directive:
ETSI EN 300 682 (1997)
Power consumption:
12 Volt, 0.3 A
R&TTE directive:
1999/05/EC
Output:
50 mW in to a 50 Ohm real impedance load
Safety directive:
IEC 60950 (1999)
Power supply output:
12 Volt, 400 mA fused
Power supply (adapter type)**
Modulation:
FM
Mains supply:
Frequency bands:
409 - 470 MHz
Power consumption:
700 mA
Channel spacing:
20 kHz 12.5 kHz
Output:
12 Volt dc, 2.5 A
Deviation:
4 kHz*
Cable length:
2m
Connections:
Power supply (4 pin Minifit)
LBB 6019/.. (UHF)
100V - 240 V
47 Hz - 63 Hz
2 kHz
System cable (RJ 45)
MECHANICAL
Antenna (N-type Female)
Dimensions:
105 x 68 x 80 mm
HF sync (VHF BNC Female)
Weight:
Approx. 250 gr
Dimensions:
270 x 195 x 81.5 mm
* Factory setting
Weight:
approx. 2 kg
** Power adapter supplied with transmitters
Cables:
Patch cable 2.5 m, terminated with 2 x RJ45
MECHANICAL
ENVIRONMENT CONDITIONS
Traditional paging product, non-harmonised frequencies used,
Operating temperature:
- 20 °C - +55 °C
local approbation needed when used outside the EU.
Storage temperature:
- 40 °C - +70 °C
Apart from EU-member states, most EEA and EFTA countries
Humidity:
95% non condensing
and candidate member states are implementing the R&TTE
directive.
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LBB 6010
UHF Central Talk-back Receiver
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•
•
•
•
•
High input sensitivity
Automatic diversity system
Frequency band 420 - 474 MHz
Monitoring facility
Small sized plastic cabinet for
indoor use
For use in DP6000 and
PS6000 Systems
General Description
The Bosch' LBB 6010 is a UHF talk-back receiver
designed for use in DP6000 paging systems and PS6000
personal security systems.
The unit receives speech and pilot tone transmissions
from suitably equipped mobile transceivers in the field
and processes the signal in to the Paging system.
The unit is housed in a strong plastic casing which is
suitable for wall mounting. A female “N” type connector
is provided for connection to the antenna and a cable
terminated with a 16-pin Hirschmann plug allows
connection to the paging line.
A green LED built into the receiver housing indicates
when the system voltage is present and a yellow LED
indicates when the receiver squelch function is active.
The receiver operates on a frequency between 420 and
474 MHz determined by the crystal fitted.
All external connections on a frequency to the paging
system, including power are via the DP6000 system
paging line.
Communication you can rely on
An additional DP6000 code and DTMF detector circuit
board (LBB 6015/01) can be fitted into the receiver
allowing the processing of the DP6000 paging codes and
DTMF signals. This enables the LBB 6110 receiver to be
used in dial and PS 6000 systems.
In PS 6000 system alarm and status information is
transmitted from the Personal Security Transceivers (LBB
6065 or LBB 6066) back to the central control unit.
In a system with dial transceivers, the DTMF selection
signals are transferred by the central receivers to dial
coupler type LBB 6042 and/or central control.
A built-in monitoring circuit checks the following
functions of the receiver in operation.
a) Supplied system voltage
b) Squelch function, in combination with
pilot tones, or DP 6000 codes, or DTMF signals.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Monitoring:
The receiver is not suitable for mounting in direct sunlight (indoor use only)
LBB 6010:
Power supply:
HF signal without DP 6000 codes.
Low power supply (< 10 V dc + or - 10%).
Connections
12 V dc (-10% - +20%),
DP 6000:
- 16 pin male Hirschmann plug.
275 mA max.
Antenna:
- Female “N” - type connector.
Freqeuncy:
420 - 474 MHz. Determined by crystal fitted.
Operating temperature:
- 20°C to + 55°C.
Frequency deviation:
+ or - 4 kHz.
Storage temperature:
- 40°C to + 70°C.
Frequency tolerance:
< 2 ppm for the specified temperature range.
Dimensions:
237 x 187 x 55 mm.
Sensitivity:
0.8 uV for 20 dB sinad (typical).
Weight:
1050 g.
Channel spacing:
20 kHz (typical).
IF band width:
15 kHz.
SUPPLEMENTARY ITEMS
LF band width:
20 - 3000 Hz (6dB).
POWER ADAPTER LBB 5934/01
Spurious emission:
< 2 nW.
Input:
Co-channel rejection:
> -8 dB.
Spurious rejection:
> 70 dB.
100-240 Vac
47 Hz-63 Hz
Intermodulation
Power consumtion:
400 mA
Output:
12 Vdc
response ratio:
> 60 dB.
1.25A max
Image rejection:
> 70 dB.
Operating temp:
Output level:
Adjustable up to 0,775 Veff (0 dBm).
LBB 6015/01:
Output impedance:
25 Ohm.
When the LBB 6110 is used in PS 6000, or dial systems, LBB 6015/01
Input impedance:
50 Ohm.
must always be installed.
Squelch:
Adjustable (noise + pilot tone).
Supply voltage:
2 Vdc - 6 Vdc.
Tone decoder:
155 - 255 Hz (adjustable).
Supply current:
3.4 mA typical.
Operating temperature:
- 10°to + 55°C.
Output line - DC levels:
Relative humidity:
00C - 400C
- 30 V dc
(stand by).
Storage temperature:
- 40°to + 70°C.
- 9 V dc / - 1 V dc
(speech level).
Layout:
plug in circuit board with flexible
+1 V dc / +9 V dc
(code level).
< 95%.
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LBB 6110
VHF Central Talk-back Receiver
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•
•
•
•
•
High input sensitivity
Automatic diversity system
Frequency band 146 - 174 MHz
Monitoring facility
Small sized plastic cabinet for
indoor use
For use in DP6000 and
PS6000 Systems
Introduction
The Bosch LBB 6010 is a VHF talk-back receiver designed
for use in DP6000 paging systems and PS6000 personal
security systems.
The unit receives speech and pilot tone transmissions
from suitably equipped mobile transceivers in the field
and processes the signal in to the Paging system.
The unit is housed in a strong plastic casing which is
suitable for wall mounting. A female “N” type connector
is provided for connection to the antenna and a cable
terminated with a 16-pin Hirschmann plug allows
connection to the paging line.
A green LED built into the receiver housing indicates
when the system voltage is present and a yellow LED
indicates when the receiver squelch function is active.
The receiver operates on a frequency between 146 and
174 MHz determined by the crystal fitted.
All external connections on a frequency to the paging
system, including power are via the DP6000 system
paging line.
Communication you can rely on
An additional DP6000 code and DTMF detector circuit
board (LBB 6015/01) can be fitted into the receiver
allowing the processing of the DP6000 paging codes and
DTMF signals. This enables the LBB 6110 receiver to be
used in dial and PS 6000 systems.
In PS 6000 system alarm and status information is
transmitted from the Personal Security Transceivers (LBB
6065 or LBB 6066) back to the central control unit.
In a system with dial transceivers, the DTMF selection
signals are transferred by the central receivers to dial
coupler type LBB 6042 and/or central control.
A built-in monitoring circuit checks the following
functions of the receiver in operation.
a) Supplied system voltage
b) Squelch function, in combination with
pilot tones, or DP 6000 codes, or DTMF signals.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Output line - DC levels:
The receiver is not suitable for mounting in direct sunlight (indoor use only)
- 30 V dc
LBB 6110:
- 9 V dc / - 1 V dc
(speech level).
+1 V dc / +9 V dc
(code level).
Power supply:
12 V dc (-10% - +20%),
(stand by).
180 mA max.
Relative humidity:
5% to 95%.
Freqeuncy:
146 - 174 MHz. Determined by crystal fitted.
Monitoring:
HF signal without DP 6000 codes.
Frequency deviation:
+ or - 2.5 kHz.
Frequency tolerance:
< 5 ppm for the specified temperature range.
Connections
Sensitivity:
0.25 uV for 12 dB sinad (typical).
DP 6000
Channel spacing:
Low power supply (< 10 V dc + or - 10%).
- 16 pin male Hirschmann plug.
Antenna:
- Female “N” - type connector.
LBB 6110:
20 kHz (typical).
Mains
- Class II Europlug (2-pole).
IF band width:
12 kHz.
Operating temperature:
- 100 C to + 550 C.
LF band width:
20 - 3000 Hz (6dB).
Storage temperature:
- 400 C to + 700 C.
Spurious emission:
< 2 nW.
Dimensions:
237 x 187 x 55 mm.
Co-channel rejection:
> 70 dB.
Weight:
1050 g.
Spurious rejection:
> 70 dB.
Intermodulation
SUPPLEMENTARY ITEMS
response ratio:
> 70 dB.
POWER ADAPTER LBB 5934/01
Image rejection:
> 70 dB.
Input:
Output level:
Adjustable up to 0,775 Veff (0 dBm).
Output impedance:
25 Ohm.
Power consumtion:
400 mA
Input impedance:
50 Ohm.
Output:
12 Vdc
Squelch:
Adjustable (noise + pilot tone).
Tone decoder:
155 - 255 Hz (adjustable).
100-240 Vac
47 Hz-63 Hz
1.25A max
Operating temp:
00C - 400C
LBB 6015/01:
When the LBB 6110 is used in PS 6000, or dial systems, LBB 6015/01
must always be installed.
Supply voltage:
2 Vdc - 6 Vdc.
Supply current:
3.4 mA typical.
Operating temperature:
- 10°to + 55°C.
Storage temperature:
- 40°to + 70°C.
Layout:
plug in circuit board with flexible
interconnection to LBB 6010.
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LBB 6016
UHF Data Central Receiver
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•
•
•
•
Introduction
The UHF Data Central Receiver (DCRx) LBB 6016/xx is
designed for indoor use in a PS6000 personal security
system. The DCRx receives transmissions from suitably
equipped mobile transmitters in the field and processes
the signal into the PS6000 system. The SW-squelch
within the receiver processes only data signals. The
receiver can be used in 3 and 4 wire DP6000 systems.
The DCRx is housed in a strong metal casing, which is
suitable for wall mounting. A female “N” connector is
provided at the top of the receiver for the antenna input.
At the bottom an RJ11 connector is used for the power
input and an RJ45 for the DP6000 paging line. A
RJ45/Hirschmann cable is delivered with the receiver.
Separation between system earth, antenna earth and
mounting surface prevents earth-loops.
LED Indication
For status indication there are several LED’s on the inand outside of the DCRx. A green led at the bottom
indicates a ready to receive status, when blinking it
indicates a configuration error. The yellow led indicates a
processed data signal.
Communication you can rely on
Processor controlled synthesizer
Pre-programmed frequencies
Very high input sensitivity
Software Squelch
Frequency bands;
409 – 470 MHz
Separation between system
earth and antenna earth
12V power supply output
On the PCB, a green led indicates the presence of the
power supply voltage; a red led indicates a status call or
flashes after a programming cycle.
Frequency
An µ-Processor controlled synthesizer defines the
received frequency. A selection up to 15 preprogrammed frequencies can be made. The stroke
number (/xx) indicates the requested receiving frequency
and is set on the #F (factory) preset position.
Power supply
The central receiver is powered with an external power
supply unit 12VDC, 520 mA. (for instance the
LBB5934/01). The power can be supplied on the power
input or on the DP6000 connector. There is also a power
outlet available on the DP6000 connector (12 VDC,
400 mA) that can be used to supply a master sync unit or
desk situated close to the receiver.
Future application
For future applications, the DCRx can send status calls to
the DP6000 line. These status calls contain the DCRx IDnumber, followed by status and error codes.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Connections
Power supply input:
4 pin RJ11
Frequency range
409 – 430 MHz
430 - 450 MHz
450 – 470 MHz
DP6000 input:
8 pin RJ 45
Switch number
Frequency MHz
Frequency MHz
Frequency MHz
#0 (ISM-frequency)
Not used
434.0000 (/22)
Not used
RF antenna input:
N-type Female
ENVIRONMENT CONDITIONS
#1
424.0250 (/11)
433.0500 (/91)
450.2125 (/11c)
Operating temperature: -20 °C to +55 °C
#2
-
433.2000 (/07)
450.4500 (/13)
Storage temperature:
-40 °C to +70 °C
#3
-
433.3000 (/12)
456.1500 (/76)
95% non condensing
#4
-
433.4000 (/08)
456.4900 (/51)
Humidity:
MECHANICAL
#5
-
433.9200 (/01c) 456.5100 (/52)
Dimensions:
195 x 90 x 40 mm
#6
-
434.7900 (/19)
456.5300 (/53)
Weight:
0.54 kg
#7
-
440.0000 (/81)
456.5500 (/54)
RJ45 to 16p Hirschmann
#8
-
445.5000 (/01)
456.6100 (/73)
Cables:
APPLIED STANDARDS
#9
-
445.5000 (/92)
458.8375 (/89)
Paging directive:
ETSI EN 300 224 (2001)
#A
-
-
461.3000 (/85)
Short Range Devices:
ETSI EN 300 220 (2000)
EMC directive:
ETSI EN 301 489-1 (2000)
LBB6016/xx
#B
-
-
461.7000 (/86)
#C
-
-
461.7750 (/87)
#D
-
-
461.8250 (/88)
R&TTE directive:
1999/05/EC
Safety directive:
EN 60950 (1997)
#E
-
-
462.2500 (/59)
#F
factory
factory
factory
ELECTRICAL
ETSI EN 301 489-2 (2002)
The receivers have pre-programmed frequencies, when ordering a
Supply voltage:
12 Vdc ± 10%
specific frequency the stroke number (/xx) indicates the frequency.
Power consumption:
120 mA max.
See also Service Information 4822 861 31006. The required frequency is
Power supply output:
12 Vdc, 400mA max.
set on the #F (factory) position.
Modulation:
FM
Channel spacing:
12.5 kHz (typical)
Traditional paging product, non-harmonised frequencies
Frequency deviation:
2.5 kHz
used, local approbation needed when used outside the EU.
Frequency tolerance:
< 2.5 ppm (operating temp.)
Apart from EU-member states, most EEA and EFTA
IF bandwidth:
7.5 kHz
countries and candidate member states are implementing
Co-channel rejection:
>-12dB
the R&TTE directive
Spurious rejection:
> 70 dB
Intermodulation
response ratio:
> 60dB
Image rejection:
> 70 dB
Input Impedance:
50 Ohm
Sensitivity:
≤ 0.5 µV @ 12dB sinad
Spurious emision:
< 2nW
Line output (fixed):
0 dBm
Diversity level
(DC output):
+1 – +9 Vdc
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LBB 5802
Medium Performance
Paging Desk
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Introduction
The Bosch control desk type LBB 5802 is a medium
performance control desk designed to operate as an
encoder in a Bosch DP6000 Paging system. The encoder
is housed in a heavy duty plastic case and supplied with a
2.5 m cable, terminated with a 16-pole Hirschmann
plug, for connection to the system cabling.
The keyboard of the desk is divided into two groups :
a) sixteen numerical keys
(0 to 9 and A to “-”)
b) nine function keys:
• Program key
• Direct call key
• Call transmit key
• Alarm key
• Reset key
A 16 character alpha numeric LCD is suitably positioned
to display all digits entered during operation and
programming.
Communication you can rely on
10 - 100 - 1000 - 10,000 receiver
system capacity
16 character alphanumeric LCD
Transmission of 1 to 10 digit
information
Battery saving facility
Out of range call facility
Group call and all call
Alarm call
16 direct calls
4 remote contact calls with repetition
Priority and emergencey interrupt
facility (multi-encoder systems)
Absence indication
512 permanent conversions
512 absence conversions
There are 3 LED’s which indicate the following:
a) Green - Power ON
b) Red - Transmitter ON
c) Yellow - Desk-in-use
System size
The control desk can be programmed to cater for systems
with a capacity of 10, 100, 1000, or 10,000 receivers which
can be individually paged. The number of receivers in the
system will determine the number of call number digits to
be keyed into the desk (maximum 4 digits = 10,000 receivers and the available call numbers will be 0000 - 9999).
Call tone
Any one of 14 different call tones can be selected to page
the receivers. These can be selected by entering the
chosen call tone digit, via the desk keyboard, after the
receiver call number has been entered. The receiver will
respond with the bleep pattern related to the call tone
digit.
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Group calls
Alarm call
Each receiver in the system can be programmed to
respond to a group call. This can either be achieved by
preprogramming a number of receivers to respond to a
common call number, or by using the “ - “ key (decimal
group call). In the decimal group call the “ - “ key is used
instead of a call number digit and all receivers with a call
number digit of between 0 and 9 in that call number
location will be paged, i.e. entering 123 - will page
receivers 1230 to 1239. The “ - “ key can be used in up to
three locations, paging a maximum of 1000 receivers as a
decimal group call. This is a useful facility if it is
necessary to page fire fighting, first aid teams etc.
An ALARM key is included for direct transmission of a
preprogrammed call. This call can be made to page a
single receiver or group of receivers and it can be
followed by a preprogrammed display message.
All call
Absence and permanent conversion
Using a special address it is possible to page all receivers
in the system simultaneously.
Battery saving can be programmed into the desk.
With this facility, the receivers are in the off position until
a call is made to them. A preamble signal is automatically
transmitted before the call to switch the receiver on.
Depending of course on the traffic density, this facility
can extend the life of the receiver batteries by up to 5
times the normal battery life. This facility is not available
on first generation receivers.
The desk can be programmed with an absence and
permanent conversion facility whereby, in the absence
conversion mode, if a call is made to a receiver which is
in the rack, the call will automatically be transferred to a
second receiver. This is useful, if say, a consultant is on
holiday and all calls must go to his deputy. In the
permanent conversion mode, one of the receiver call
numbers is changed in the desk so that if the receiver is
called, the desk will automatically transmit the changed
number. This facility could be used e.g. if a receiver
holder is using a spare receiver whilst his own is out of
order.
Out of range
Back up battery
The desk is capable of sending an automatic warning
signal to inform the receiver holder that he/she has
crossed the limit of the transmitters range.
When there is no power supply to the desk, a nickel
cadmium back up battery will retain all the
preprogrammed information in the memory for at least
1000 hours. The battery will be recharged automatically
as soon as the desk is connected to a power supply.
Battery saving
Direct calls
Up to 16 direct calls can be preprogrammed into the
desk. These calls can be transmitted by pressing the
DIRECT CALL key followed by one of the hexadecimal
keys. This call can be made to page a single receiver or
group of receivers and it can be followed by a
preprogrammed display message.
Remote contact calls
Up to 4 remote contacts (switches) can be connected to
the desk. These contacts can be used to monitor
equipment, doors etc., and when the contact is activated,
a call will be sent to a single receiver or group of
receivers. The call will be repeated (repeat time
programmable) as long as the remote contact is activated.
Absence indication
If the system has receiver storage racks (connected to the
paging-bus), an absence signal can be sent to the desk
from the rack if an attempt is made to page a receiver
which has been placed in the rack. If a group call is
transmitted and a receiver which is part of the group is in
the rack, the absence signal will not be sent.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Type number
LBB 5802/01
Dimensions
275 x 214 x 53.3 cm
Weight
1250 gr
Supply
11 - 14 Volts : 270 - 310 mA
Output level to transmitter
2.2 V p-p
Output impedance
30 Ohms
Input level from talk back line
0 dBm, 600 Ohm
Cable to paging system
2.5 m, terminated in a 16 pin Hirschmann
plug (socket supplied)
Operating temperature
0 - 55°C
Humidity
10 - 95%
Storage temperature
-40 - 70°C
Safety regulations
Complies with IEC 65
Radiation
Complies with - EN 55022 class B
- VDE 871 class B
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LBB 5800
High Performance
Paging Desk
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Introduction
The Bosch control desk type LBB 5800
is a high performance control desk
designed to operate as an encoder in a
Bosch DP6000 or PS 6000 Paging
system. The encoder is housed in a
heavy duty plastic case and supplied
with a 2.5 m cable,
terminated with a 16-pole
Hirschmann plug, for connection to
the system cabling. At the rear of the
desk there are two connections, one
25- pin D-type connector for RS232
connection and one 7-pin DIN socket
to which a telephone handset or
microphone may be connected.
Communication you can rely on
An internal microphone and
loudspeaker are conveniently placed
within the case, allowing a two way
conversation with a transceiver holder.
As previously stated, an external
microphone may be connected to the
desk (e.g. a gooseneck microphone)
which could be useful in noisy
surroundings.
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10 - 100 - 1000 - 10,000
receiver system capacity
16 character alphanumeric LCD
Transmission of alphanumeric
messages. Up to a maximum of
31 alphanumeric messages can
be programmed
Transmission of 1 to 10 digit
numeric information
Battery saving facility
Out of range call facility
Group call and all call
Transmission of time calls
Alarm call
Talk-back and talk-through
Calls from field
16 direct calls
8 remote contact calls with
repetition
Automatic speech switching
Automatic speech reset facility
Priority and emergency
interrupt facility (multi-encoder
systems)
Absence indication
1 - 512 permanent conversions
1 - 512 absence conversions
Multipurpose coupler
RS 232 interface with freely
selectable alphanumeric
messages
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The keyboard of the desk is divided into two groups :
a) sixteen numerical keys
(0 to 9 and A to “-”)
b) nine function keys:
- Program key
- Direct call key
- Call transmit key
- Priority key
- Monitor key
- Talk through key
- Alarm key
- Reset key
- Talk key
A 16 character alphanumeric LCD is suitably positioned to
display all digits and alpha information entered during
operation and programming. In the stand-by mode this
display can show the real time in hours and minutes.
There are 3 LED’s which indicate the following:
a) Green
b) Red
c) Yellow
-
Power ON
Transmitter ON
Desk-in-use
System size
The control desk can be programmed to cater for systems
with a capacity of 10, 100, 1000, or 10,000 receivers which
can be individually paged. The number of receivers in the
system will determine the number of call number digits to
be keyed into the desk (maximum 4 digits = 10,000
receivers and the available call numbers will be 0000 9999).
Alphanumeric display information
If the system is equipped with receivers incorporating an
alphanumeric display, preprogrammed alphanumeric
messages can be transmitted via the desk to these receivers.
A maximum of 31 such messages can be programmed in
to the paging desk using its RS 232 input. The programmed
alpha messages can also incorporate a numerical portion
which can be entered via the desk’s keyboard when entering
a call. The numeric portion entered will be placed
automatically in to the predefined positions that make up
the alpha message. These positions are indicated using a
special character when programming the 31 alpha message
list in to the desk.
Alpha messages are selected at the desk’s keyboard by
entering the assigned number of the alpha message, after
first entering the receiver address and bleep pattern digits
and then pressing the program key. The call can then be
transmitted automatically or manually by pressing the
desk’s ‘ Call transmit’ key.
Paging calls with alpha messages can be generated via the
following:
- Direct calls
- Alarm key call
- RS 232 input
- Multi-purpose coupler calls
- Remote contact calls
- FIAC calls
- Keyboard calls
Messages can be linked to the preprogrammed calls (direct,
remote contact calls etc.) by linking the message number to
these calls using the desk editor during programming .
Call tone
Any one of 14 different call tones can be selected to page
the receivers. These can be selected by entering the chosen
call tone digit, via the desk keyboard, after the receiver call
number has been entered. The receiver will respond with
the bleep pattern related to the call tone digit. One of the
call tone digits may be linked to a speech call, and when this
call tone digit is entered, a spoken message may be
transmitted after the bleep tone.
5-Digit display information
If the system is equipped with receivers with a numerical
display head fitted, a one to ten digit message can be
transmitted to these receivers. The receivers display five of
the digits and retain the remaining five in memory. To
display the remaining five digits the receivers recall button is
pressed.
Speech
The desk can be preprogrammed to allow a spoken
message, after the call, to be transmitted to receivers which
are capable of receiving the audio signal.
Speech can be made dependant on the value of the call tone
digit, by transmission of the call by using the TALK key or
made to follow every call. In the latter case, the speech call
can be preprogrammed to follow the call automatically or
manually, by using the TALK key.
A speech time of between 10 and 254 seconds can be
programmed, or an infinite time which can be terminated
by pressing the RESET key. A facility is available where a
programmed speech time (of say 100 seconds) can be
extended by the same duration by pressing the TALK key
immediately after the first 100 seconds have expired.
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Paging calls with speech can be accompanied with
alphanumeric messages depending on the speech
programme of the paging desk.
Depending of course on the traffic density, this facility can
extend the life of the receiver batteries by up to 5 times the
normal battery life. This facility is not available on first
generation receivers.
Talk-back
In systems using transceivers, the desk operator can initiate
a speech call to a transceiver holder or vica versa*.
Talk through
The desk operator can link a speech call from one
transceiver holder to another, via the desk, by using the
TALK THROUGH key. If the operator wishes to hear the
conversation the MONITOR key is used and the operator
can also join in the conversation.
Speech reset
This facility can be preprogrammed into the desk, whereby
a special call can be transmitted after the speech call which
will reset the receiver automatically to the stand-by mode.
Group calls
Each receiver in the system can be programmed to respond
to a group call. This can either be achieved by
preprogramming a number of receivers to respond to a
common call number, or by using the “ - “ key (decimal
group call).
In the decimal group call the “ - “ key is used instead of a
call number digit and all receivers with a call number digit
of between 0 and 9 in that call number location will be
paged, i.e. entering 123 - will page receivers 1230 to 1239.
The “ - “ key can be used in up to three locations, paging a
maximum of 1000 receivers as a decimal group call. This is
a useful facility if it is necessary to page fire fighting, first
aid teams etc..
Out of range
The desk is capable of sending an automatic warning signal
to inform the receiver holder that he/she has crossed the
limit of the transmitters range.
Direct calls
Up to 16 direct calls can be preprogrammed into the desk.
These calls can be transmitted by pressing the DIRECT
CALL key followed by one of the hexadecimal keys. This
call can be made to page a single receiver or group of
receivers and it can be followed by speech and / or a
preprogrammed numeric or alphanumeric display message.
Remote contact calls
Up to 8 remote contacts (switches) can be connected to the
desk. These contacts can be used to monitor equipment,
doors etc., and when the contact is activated, a call will be
sent to a single receiver or group of receivers. The call will
be repeated (repeat time programmable) as long as the
remote contact is activated.
Field alarm (FIAC function)
The desk can be preprogrammed for four different alarm
calls through which selective calls can be made from the
field*. These calls can be followed by a spoken message
from one transceiver holder to another in the field. If the
called receiver is fitted with a talk-back transmitter, then a
two-way conversation is possible using the automatic
TALK-THROUGH facility.
All call
Alarm call
Using a special address it is possible to page all receivers in
the system simultaneously.
An ALARM key is included for direct transmission of a
preprogrammed call. This call can be made to page a single
receiver or group of receivers and it can be followed by
speech and/or a preprogrammed numeric or alphanumeric
display message.
Priority facility and emergency interrupt
In multi-desk systems, the desks can be coded on a priority
basis. If a speech call is occupying the line and an
emergency call has to be transmitted, then by pressing the
Priority key you can make an immediate connection to the
system. This of course is assuming that the desk occupying
the line is not of a higher priority status.
Battery saving
Battery saving can be programmed into the desk. With this
facility, the receivers are in the off position until a call is
made to them. A preamble signal is automatically
transmitted before the call to switch the receiver on.
Absence indication
If the system includes receiver storage racks (such as the
LBB 6150), an absence signal can be sent to the desk from
the rack if an attempt is made to page a receiver which has
been placed in the rack. If a group call is transmitted and a
receiver which is part of the group is in the rack, the
absence signal will not be sent.
* This function may be restricted by local authorities.
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Absence and permanent conversion
The desk can be programmed with an absence and
permanent conversion facility whereby, in the absence
conversion mode, if a call is made to a receiver which is in
the rack, the call will automatically be transferred to a
second receiver. This is useful, if say, a consultant is on
holiday and all calls must go to his deputy. In the
permanent conversion mode, one of the receiver call
numbers is changed in the desk so that if the receiver is
called, the desk will automatically transmit the changed
number. This facility could be used e.g. if a receiver holder
is using a spare receiver whilst his own is out of order.
purpose coupler functions for use with this desk refer to the
data sheet for the LBB 5843/01.
RS 232 interface
The desk includes an RS232 interface enabling it to
communicate with another computer, enabling paging calls
to be made via the desk. The protocol for the RS232
communication is according to the ESPA (Association of
European Manufacturers of Pocket Communication
Systems) Protocol 4.4.4. of November 1984. Alphanumeric
messages can be freely generated using this input.
Back up battery
Up to 31 multi-purpose coupler heads, type LBB 5843/01
can be connected to this desk, giving it a capacity to provide
up to 992 input contacts for calls and other functions, and
up to 62 relay outputs. For more information on the multi-
When there is no power supply to the desk, a nickel
cadmium back up battery will retain all the
preprogrammed information in the memory for at least
1000 hours. The battery will be recharged automatically as
soon as the desk is connected to a power supply.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Connection to handset or external microphone:
Multi-purpose coupler contact inputs
Type number
7 pin DIN socket
LBB 5800/01
(grey)
Dimensions:
275 x 214 x 53.3 cm
Weight:
1250 gr
Connection to RS 232:
25 PIN D socket
Microphone:
Built-in electret capsule with limiter
Operating temperature:
0 - 550C
Supply:
11 - 14 Volts : 270 - 310 mA
Humidity:
10 - 95%
Output level to transmitter:2.2 V p-p
Storage temperature:
-40 - 700C
Output impedance:
Safety regulations:
Complies with IEC 65
30 Ohms
Input level from talk
back line:
Input sensitivity - 6.3 mV
Input impedance - 800 Ohm to 1.2k
Radiation
0 dBm, 600 Ohm
Complies with:
Cable to paging system: 2.5 m, terminated in a 16 pin Hirschmann plug
(socket supplied)
- EN 55022 class B
- VDE 871 class B
SUPPLEMENTARY ITEMS
POWER ADAPTER LBB 5934/01
Input:
100-240 Vac
47 Hz-63 Hz
Power consumtion:
400 mA
Output:
12 Vdc
1,25A max
Operating temp:
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LBB 6105/00
Personal Security System with
PS-Micro Control Desk
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•
•
Introduction
The personal security PS-Micro Control Desk type LBB
6105/00 in combination with PS-mobiles (PS-Micro alarm
transmitters LBB 603x/xx) provides a fully integrated
stand-alone Personal Security (PS) system for personnel
operating in potentially dangerous and hazardous
locations, such as lone workers, night patrols or for
personnel working in dangerous locations.
PS-Micro control desk
At the heart of the PS system is the PS-Micro
control desk which constantly scans and monitors all
operational PS-mobiles in the system (max.15). Each
participant carries a personal PS-Mobile with an assigned
unique identification address (Mobile-ID) and each mobile
is assigned a channel on the PS-Micro control desk. The
PS-Micro control desk is intended for use by a guard or
receptionist (operator) located either in a control room or
similar location near to the entrance of a building. The desk
can be operated ‘manned or ‘unmanned’.
The desk includes 5 channel buttons (B1-B5) with their
adjacent bi-colour (red/green) LED indicators
(see Fig. 1).
Communication you can rely on
Highly reliable Personal Security
System with operator control
Small and compact desk
intended for table-top use
Easy to install
System size from 1 up to 15
personal alarm transmitters
Optional location detection
functionality
Easy to expand with paging
functionality
Can easily be added to an existing
Bosch DP 6000 paging system
Ideal for lone workers, shift workers and personnel working in
hazardous surroundings
Each button is assigned to a PS-Mobile (max. 15) which
when pressed displays information on the desk’s LC-display
according to the status of the mobile. Scrolling through the
mobile channels is done either manually using the
‘mainbutton’ BM’ or automatically every 10 seconds. The
desk has two-modes of operation, STAND-BY and
ALARM-HANDLING. Incoming alarms can be categorized
into priority 1, 2 or 3. In the event of an alarm, the PSMicro control desk informs its operator audibly through its
loudspeaker and visually through its bi-colour LED
indicators and LC-display. To handle the incoming alarm
the desk can activate its inbuilt relay contacts to trigger an
external alarm device (if installed), and if a paging system is
installed send preprogrammed messages to dedicated pager
holders (operator and colleague(s)) and send relevant
alarm data to a connected printing device.
The PS-Micro mobile alarm transmitters
Compact and unobtrusive the PS-Micro mobiles LBB 6030
to LBB 6035 can be worn conveniently in a pocket, clipped
onto a belt or even hidden under clothing.
The mobiles are programmed to transmit periodic silent
‘check-in’ calls to the control desk within a predefined
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‘time-limit’ confirming that everything is OK (for mobile
status see Fig. 3 Table 2). If no response comes within this
time-limit’ an audible and visible alarm procedure is
generated at the PS-Micro control desk (‘scan-alarm’).
Battery monitoring is also included to monitor the status of
the mobiles batteries.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Personal Security alarms
An alarm procedure can also be generated manually by the
PS-Mobile holder pressing a ‘red’ alarm button (Manual
Alarm) on the PS-mobile, or automatically by the mobile
itself when the ‘tear-out’ plug has been removed, or under
certain conditions, where prolonged periods of ‘nomovement’ have been detected. Each alarm procedure can
be assigned (programmable) a priority 1, 2 or 3. Alarms can
also be assigned to ‘equipement technical failure’ in the
event of a malfunction in the related peripheral equipment
such as the printer (if connected).
PS-Micro control desk (relay contacts)
Also included in the PS-Micro control desk are 3programmable relay contacts, which depending on how the
systems has been setup, can be used in the event of an
alarm to activate external warning devices - such as a
siren, warning lamps, auto-dialler to call for out-side help
or even to activate a third party paging system.
8
Key to symbols
Loudspeaker
40 character LC-display (5 blocks of 8 characters)
Channel-button (B1) with bi-colour LED indicator (red/green)
Channel-button (B2) with bi-colour LED indicator (red/green)
Channel-button (B3) with bi-colour LED indicator (red/green)
Channel-button (B4) with bi-colour LED indicator (red/green)
Channel-button (B5) with bi-colour LED indicator (red/green)
Main-button (BM) with 2 bi-colour LEDs (red/green)
FIGURE-1 PS-Micro Control Desk
Type
Manual
alarm
Not-v ertical/
No-mo ve
alarm
Tear-off
alarm
Location
detection
LBB 6030
LBB 6031
LBB 6032
LBB 6033
LBB 6034
LBB 6035
Logging
Connecting a printer to the RS232 connection of the desk
allows the printing of operator and mobile events. One of
three logging modes can be programmed:
- Logging OFF (no logging)
- Log EVENTS: only programmed logging events are
printed.
- Log ALL: All calls to the operator and operator actions
are logged.
Figure 4 shows a typical print-out of event logging.
GS Approval
If programmed for GS approval each PS-Micro mobile
must be tested by the operator before it is put into
operation or when taken out of its charging/storage rack.
Optional functionality
The PS-Micro control desk can easily be extended with a
location detection system providing the operator with ‘upto-date’ information to the where abouts of the mobile
holder. In addition a paging facility can easily be
incorporated (Transmitter and DP6000 paging receivers) to
transfer alarm call information to assigned pagers
(colleagues) or to the operators pager during unmanned
operation.
For more information refer to data sheet:
9498 973 17112
FIGURE-2 PS-Micro Mobile Alarm Transmitters
Unmanned operation
If a DP6000 paging system is connected, the desk can be
used in a truly unmanned situation. If the system is set-up
as an unmanned system, the incoming alarms are
transferred to pagers and the alarm situation can be reset
remotely. This reset can be programmed to take place either
by resetting the alarm at the mobile alarm transmitter or by
placing the mobile in its storage/charging rack.
Location detection
PS-Micro mobile alarm transmitters type LBB 6031, LBB
6033 and LBB 6035 include a location detection module
for use where inductive location detection transmitters
type LBB 6070 are installed. The location detection
transmitters transmit a location address (programmable)
linked to the name of a location within your organisation.
This location address can be received by the PS-Micro
mobiles when passing by from a distance of between 0.5
to 4 m (approx.). The location address information is
then stored and sent during an ‘alarm-call‘ or ‘check-in’
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call to the PS-Micro control desk, giving the operator the
location of the mobile holder. The last two locations
visited, current and previous are available. This feature is
ideally suited to direct ‘rescue’ teams to the location of the
mobile holder.
MOB 01
G
Guard Tour
MOB 02
G
G
G
In systems with location detection, the desk can be set to
print all location information of selected PS-Micro
mobiles, even though logging is set to OFF. Guard Tour
can be enabled or disabled for each mobile channel of the
control desk.
16:30
22-11-99
MOB 04 MOB 05
MOB 03
G
G
G
CHANNEL INFORMATION display
Current/Previous location
MOBILEDate and Time
Address Mobile status
16:33
0001
PRESENT
22-11-99
not act guard on RETURN
LOCATION 003
DP6000 Paging facility
With the addition of a DP6000 paging facility, the
operator in the event of an alarm procedure can re-route
an alarm call with alarm information to the operator’s
paging receiver during manned or unmanned operation
or to a colleague paging receiver or even to group(s) of
paging receiver holders acting as a rescue back-up team.
G
G
G
Mobile operational settings
ALARM RECEIVED mode
Programming the desk
The programming of the desk and the setup of the
mobiles are done using the PS-Micro desk utility software
package running on a temporary PC/Laptop computer.
The desk connects to the PC/Laptop using its built-in
RS232 interface. The RS232 interface can also be
connected to a printer to print out a choice of logged
operator events and alarm actions (see Logging). A SETUP menu on the desk allows the operator to select and
set-up USER and SYSTEM operational parameters, as
well as performing a TEST procedure on the desk itself
and assigned pagers.
Audible priority 1 and 2 alarm
MANUAL ALARM PREVIOUS LOCATION 003
OOO1
LOCATION REROUTE NEXT
R
B1
R
R
B2
R
B3
R
B4
R
B5
G
BM
ALL LEDs flashing RED CURRENT
Table 1. Status of Channel LEDs in STAND-BY mode
Desk Status
Channel LED
LC-display
Mobile in use, NO alarms
GREEN (steady)
Mobile ID
Mobile in use PRIORITY 3 alarm
RED (flashing)
Mobile ID
Mobile in use PRIORITY 1 & 2 alarm
RED (flashing)
Mobile ID (flashing)
Mobile in storage rack
OFF
Mobile ID
Mobile de-activated
OFF
Blank
Table 2. Status of mobiles in Information display
Mobile status
Description
PRESENT
The PS-Mobile has reported itself ‘PRESENT’ to the system and is in operational use.
WAIT FOR SCAN
The desk is waiting for a ‘check-in’ scan call from the relevant PS-Mobile. The ‘check-in’ time is
defined by your system installer. If the desk does NOT receive a ‘checkin’ scan call within this timeframe’ an alarm procedure is raised
NOT ACTIVE
The PS-Mobile has been disabled.
ABSENT
The PS-Micro mobile has been place in to its charging/storage rack.
ALARM
The PS-Micro mobile is in an alarm condition
GS TEST
The PS-Micro mobile is performing a GS Test procedure.
LOW BATTERY
The PS-Micro mobile reports ‘LOW BATTERY’ state
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Quick Reference
FIGURE-4 Example - Print-out ‘Event logging’
The following gives a quick reference of the type numbers required to
successfully configure a basic Bosch PS-Micro system:
22-11-1999
LBB 6030 - LBB 6035:
PS -Micro alarm transmitters
11:24:04
JOHN
Manual alarm: location 003
LBB 6105/00:
PS-Micro control desk
11:24:14
JOHN
Manual alarm: location 003
LBB 6070:
Location detection transmitter
11:24:15
LBB 6016:
UHF Data Central receiver
11:24:20
JOHN
Reset manual alarm
Charging/storage rack for 5 PS-Micro alarm
11:24:24
JOHN
Scan-call normal
transmitters
12:34:16
JOHN
location 004
12:45:04
JOHN
Scan-call normal
12:51:23
OHN
Scan-call normal
13:12:03
JOHN
location 005
14:34:54
JOHN
system error logging device
LBB 6150/xx:
Operator 123
Audible alarm test
Mobile Alarm Transmitters
(LBB 6030/xx - LBB 6035/xx)
(max.15 per control desk)
PS-Micro Control desk LBB 6105/00
PS-Micro
B1
L1
B2
B3
L2
L3
B4
L4
B5
Storage/charging racks
L5
LBB 6150/01 LBB 6150/02 LBB 6150/00
Bm
L6
L7
16-pole Hirschmann connector block (DP 6000 line)
Transmitter UHF/VHF*
(paging functionality)
LBB 6070/xx
3 x relay contacts
(built into control
desk)
LBB 6070/xx
Central Receiver UHF
DP6000 Pagers*
Operator/Colleague
(paging functionality)
12V
Mains
adapter
12V dc Power Supply
Mains supply
Mains supply
Printer
External Alarm devices:
- siren
- lamps
- auto-dialler
12V
Mains
adapter
Mains supply
Junction box
RS 232 <--> parallel
Location Detection Transmitters (optional)
*Optional paging functionality
FIGURE-4 PS-Micro Control Desk with paging and location detection facilities
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Parameters
Min.
Unit
PS-Micro Control Desk
Baudrate ( Desk - Printer)
9600
Baud
ELECTRICAL
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Unit
4800
Supply voltage (Pin 8 - 4)
10.8
12
14.4
V
2400
Supply current (Pin 8 - 4)
-
-
310
mA
1200
AC current through relay contact
-
1
-
A
AC voltage through relay contact
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30
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V
Baudrate ( Desk - PC)
9600
Baud
DC current through relay contact
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1
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A
Databits
8
Bit
DC voltage through relay contact
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30
-
V
Stopbits
1
Bit
Amplitude paging code
2
2.2
2.5
Vpp
Parity
No
Code input level
0.2
2
2.5
Vpp
Talk-back input impedance
540
600
660
Ohm
300
ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS
Operating conditions:
indoor use
Climate conditions
Ambient temp.:
operating : 0°C - +50°C
Storage and transport:
-20°C - +55°C
Relative humidity:
95%
Safety:
The PS-Micro control desk fulfils the requirements according to
EN60950 if powered by the power supply permitted by the manufacturer
EMC emission/immunity:
According to ETS 300.682
ESD immunity
According to IEC 810-2: contact 4kV and air 8kV
CE marking
According to EEC directive 89/336/EEC and 73/23/EEC and their amendments
MECHANICAL
Dimensions (l x w x h):
297.5 x 124.4 x 84.4 mm
Weight:
945 grams
Connection to paging, PS system and 12V power supply:
via 2.5 m cable with 16-pole Hirschmann connector (male)
Connection to relays:
6-pole DIN-connector (female)
Connection to Printer or PC (for programming):
The control desk has an RJ12 connector (female). A 2.5 m cable terminated with a 9-pole
Sub-D connector (female) at one end and an RJ12 connector (male) at the other end is
delivered with the desk.
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LBB6000/50
Alpha Desk server
LBB6001, LBB6004
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Introduction
The Bosch Alpha desk Server is designed to operate as an
encoder in a Bosch DP6000 paging system used to
accompany paging calls with numeric or alphanumeric
information messages.
System capacity for over 10,000
receivers
Pre-installed HARDWARE AND
SOFTWARE
Speech, Talk-back, Talk-through
Conversions on adress and info
Absence signalling
48 digit alphanumeric messages
possible
5-digit numeric messages
Extendable with software packages for multipurpose coupling,
RS232 coupling, logging, dial
coupling
PS 6000 and DECT 6000
functionality
incorporates a microphone and loudspeaker, paging calls
from the PC with speech and talk-back are possible.
Dependent on the software package different functions
are possible.
LBB 6000/50 functions
The server is delivered with a 2.5 m cable, terminated
with a 16-pole Hirschmann plug for connection to the
system cabling and a 25-pole Sub-D connector for connection to the LBB 6000 server. The server has a 25-pole
D-type connector for connection to the paging line, and a
9-pole D-type connector for an RS 485 connection to
coupler heads (type LBB 5843/01).
Optional
For speech, talk-back and Personal Security functions the
LBB 6000 server can be extended with the LBB 6001 card,
which plugs on to the LBB 6000 card without using an
extra slot space in the Server. The LBB6001 card is delivered with a bracket with two 9-pole Sub-D connectors,
one for connection to an audio unit and the other is used
as the output of two relay switches on the PCB.
In combination with the audio unit LBB 6004, which
Communication you can rely on
A DP6000 Alpha desk server, and basic software can be
used for the following:
Calls from the Keyboard
Paging calls can be made either by selecting a name from
a name list, or simply by inserting the selectable digits
and characters making up the paging call.
If a call is made via the name list, those functions that are
applicable to the targeted receiver will be enabled automatically. A maximum of 800 names can be programmed
in this list.
More than one receiver can be called by making a serial
call (selected from the name list) or by making a group
call which can be made from a separate menu, where a
maximum of 100 group calls can be pre-programmed.
A call can also be made by entering the required call
number and information characters via the menu
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‘MANUAL CALL’. Depending on the type of receiver
used, calls can be transmitted with numeric or
alphanumeric messages.
If an alphanumeric message is to be sent, the message can
be freely typed-in using the Servers keyboard or a preprogrammed message can be taken from a list made up of
20 different messages (max.) Such messages can be programmed in the message list using the user edit menu.
the life of the receiver’s batteries by as much as five times
the normal battery life span.
Out of range
The alpha desk server is capable of sending an automatic
warning signal to inform receiver carriers that they have
crossed the limit of the transmitter range.
RS485 connection
Call conversion
The Server receives the paging calls that are put on the
line by any paging encoder in the system. With this feature calls with numeric messages can be converted in to
calls with alphanumeric messages.
Both the call-tone digit and the 5-digit numeric message
can be converted into freely programmable alphanumeric
messages. Programming can be such that the fixed
‘call-tone digit’ generated by the telephone coupler will
always be converted in to the word “Phone”, and the telephone number following will be transmitted unconverted. Alternatively numeric messages generated by a multipurpose coupler in a process control system can be converted into full alphanumeric messages for display on an
alphanumeric receiver. For example – the digits 22403
could be represented as “Major defect in heater 19”. Such
messages initially require programming.
As well as converting the call-tone digit and the 5-digit
numeric messages into alphanumeric messages, the
addresses of the received paging calls can also be converted into other preprogrammed addresses. These may be
programmed as permanently converted, or converted
only if the paged receiver is placed in an absence storage
rack.
A maximum of 500 info conversions, 200 Permanent
address conversions and 200 absent conversions may be
programmed.
The Server has an RS485 interface for the connection of
multi-purpose coupler heads. When the software module
LBB 6501 is installed the LBB 5843/01 coupler heads can
be connected directly to this interface and preprogrammed calls with alpha- numeric messages can be
transmitted on the activation of one of the coupler head’s
contact inputs. (For a more detailed description refer to
the datasheet of LBB 6501)
LBB 6001 functions
If DP6000 alphadesk server is equipped with an LBB 6001
(speech and talk-back card) and LBB 6004 (audio unit)
the following additional functions are available when the
Server is loaded with the basic software.
Keyboard calls with speech
If the LBB 6001 is incorporated together with the LBB
6004, keyboard calls may be transmitted with or without
a spoken message. Spoken messages are transmitted from
the microphone of the audio unit LBB 6004. Speech can
be made dependent of the value of the call-tone digit and
if the call is made to the receiver via the name list, speech
will be enabled automatically if the call is targeted to a
speech receiver. A speech-time duration of between 10
and 254 seconds can be programmed. Alternatively an
infinite time can be programmed which can be terminated by pressing the microphone button on the audio unit.
Time blocked call feature
Talk-back
The software program allows a receiver which is programmed in the name list, to be placed in a ‘Do not disturb mode’, for a pre-programmed time duration.
The duration from start to finish of the ‘Do not disturb
mode’ must be entered. It is also possible to enter a
receiver number to which the call should be converted
while the receiver is in this mode.
In systems using transceivers, the operator can initiate a
speech call to a transceiver holder or vice versa. The
transceiver can choose one of two desks to call (in a
multi-desk system) by using the two pilottones on the
transceiver itself. The talk-back audio will be reproduced
by the loudspeaker in the audio unit.
Talk-through
Battery saving
Battery saving can be programmed. Using this facility,
receivers are placed in the off position until a call is made.
A preamble signal is automatically transmitted before a
call, switching the targeted receiver on.
Depending on the number of calls, this facility can extend
The alpha desk can link a speech call from one transceiver
holder to another. If the operator wishes to join the conversation the audio unit may be switched on.
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Speech reset
Server Characteristics
This facility can be programmed into the desk, whereby a
special call can be transmitted after the speech message,
resetting the receiver automatically and placing it into the
stand-by mode.
In multi-desk systems the desks can be coded on a priority basis. If a speech call is occupying the line and an
emergency call has to be transmitted, then simply by
pressing the priority key an immediate connection can be
made to the system. This, of course is assuming that the
desk occupying the line is not allocated a higher priority
status.
The hardware characteristics of the Alpha desk server are:
- Pentium P266MMX Processor
- 64 MB PC-133 RAM
- Floppy disc drive : 3 1/2” 1.44 MB
- 20GB Hard disk
- 56 speed CD-ROM drive
- 5 Spare extension full size ISA slots
- 2 Serial ports RS
232 (UART 16550, FiFo)
- 1 Parallel printer port
- PS/2 mouse
- 2,5 m cable terminated with a 16-pole Hirshmann
connector and a 25 pole D-connector
Relay outputs
Galvanic separation
As well as a 9-pole D-connector for connection to the
audio unit, the LBB 6001 has a second 9-pole D-connector which is connected to two relay switches on the PCB.
These relay switches are used by other software packages
(e.g. PS6000 functions).
The Server is galvanically separated from the paging system by using an external 12 V power supply to be ordered
separately.
Priority facility and emergency interrupt
Language editor
The software offers the possibility to translate the text on
the monitor screen from the standard English text into
any freely programmable language that can be displayed
on the monitor of the Server. If the language editor is
entered, the Server monitor will show twice an overview
of the texts that will appear in the screen when the program is running. The top of the screen shows the original
text and the bottom list text can be edited and translated
into any language. The LBB 6000 software standardly
offers the following languages: English, German, French,
Dutch, Italian, Spanish
Extension software packages
The following software packages are available for the
alpha-desk with the following functions:
- LBB 6501 Multi-purpose coupler
- LBB 6503 RS232 Interface
- LBB 6505 Logging
- LBB 6506 Dial-through and dial in functions
- LBB 6507 PS6000 functions
- LBB6509 PS-Micro functions
- LBB6511 DECT6000 software
For a more detailed description of these software packages refer to the relevant datasheets.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
LBB 6001 (optional)
LBB 6000/50
Speech and talkback card
Alphadesk Server
External supply voltage:
10.8 - 14.4 V
Supply voltage:
110-240 Vac 50-60 Hz
External supply current:
max. 30 mA
Current load:
250 W
PC supply current 12 V supply: max. 120 mA
Dimensions:
180 x 245 x 401 mm
PC supply current 5 V supply:
max. 30 mA
Weight:
13,2 kg
Talk back line code input:
0.2 - 2.5 Vp-p
Radiation:
meets FCC/VDE class A
Talk back line code output:
2 - 2.5 Vp-p
Paging card
LBB 6004 (optional)
External supply voltage:
10.8 - 14.4 V
Audio unit
External supply current:
max. 100 mA
External supply voltage:
10.8 - 14.4 V
PC supply current 12 V supply: max. 200 mA
PC supply current (standby):
max. 10 mA
PC supply current 5 V supply:
max. 70 mA
PC supply current (mic. on):
max. 20 mA
Code output level:
2 - 2.5 Vp-p
Code input level:
0.2 - 2.5 Vp-p
RS 422 Line:
baudrate : 1200
level in/out:
3.5 - 5.1 Vp-p
Operating temperature:
0 to 80°C
Relative humidity:
10 - 95%
Storage temperature:
-40 to +80°C
Radiation:
complies with: EN55022 class B
Safety regulations:
complies with IEC 65 when connected
VDE871 class B
to a short circuit protected power supply
with a max. output of 1A.
Connection to paging line:
via a 2.5 m cable terminated with a
16-pole male Hirschmann connector.
The cable is connected to the LBB 6000
card via a 25-pole Sub-D connector.
Connection to RS485:
via 9-pole Sub-D connector (female)
Remark: Monitor (CRT SVGA) and keyboard (PS/2)has to be supplied locally
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LBB 6501/00
Multipurpose Coupler
Software for LBB 6000
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Introduction
The Bosch LBB 6501/00 Multipurpose Coupler Software
package has been developed for use with the
Alphanumeric PC Interface card LBB 6000.
The Software package facilitates for up to 31
multipurpose coupler heads (type No. LBB 5843/01), to
be connected to the RS 485 input/output on the
Alphanumeric Interface card installed in a PC. This
facility provides for up to 992 input contacts used for
paging calls and other functions, and up to 62 relay
outputs.
Functional description
The software package provides the following:
Contact inputs
Each input contact may be programmed as a call input,
presence input, or a reset input for a paging call, or it
may be used to start a reroute function. In addition it
may also be programmed as a control input for one or
more of the relay outputs. If a contact is programmed as
a ‘Call Input” there are four possible procedures which a
call (cycles) can be programmed for each input:
Communication you can rely on
For use with PC Alphanumeric
Interface Card LBB 6000
Facilitates the connection of up
to 31 couplerheads, providing
up to 992 input contacts and up
to 62 relay outputs.
Programmable input contacts
with numeric or alphanumeric
information
Programmed calls repeated up to
255 times
Up to 32 preprogrammed
call-cycles
(1) A call plus information (Numeric and/or
Alphanumeric) is transmitted and repeated a number
of times. The number of repeats can be programmed
between 0 and 255 times. The repeat time can be
programmed for a duration of between 0 and 255
seconds.
(2) A call plus information (Numeric and/ or
Alphanumeric) is transmitted and repeated a number
of times. If no reaction is given (by activating a
presence contact) before the maximum number of
repeats, an assistance call will be transmitted
containing the same information to another preprogrammed pager address. The bleep pattern of this
call is freely programmable.
This call will also be repeated a maximum number of
times or until a presence contact is activated. If the
call contact is activated again while the presence input
is active, the assistance call will be transmitted
immediately, and will be repeated until the presence
contact is activated again.
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(3) A third call function, identical to Call (2) but with the
difference that an alarm call is transmitted to a third
(freely programmable) address - for example a group
call- if no reaction was given to the assistance call.
This call also contains the same information as the
original call.
The bleep-pattern of this call is again freely
programmable. This alarm call will also be repeated a
maximum number of times or until the presence
contact is activated. If the call contact is again
activated while the presence input is still active, then
either the assistance call or the alarm call will be
transmitted, depending on the type of call the
presence input was activated for.
(4) The fourth call function, identical to call (3), has the
possibility of activating an alarm relay if no reaction is
given to the alarm call within a pre-programmed time
limit.
Situation 1 is defined as a ‘Call’, while situations 2,3 and 4
are each defined as a ‘call cycle’. For ‘call cycles’ a presence
input is required and a reset input may be required for a
‘call’, if the call is initiated by a pulse.
A maximum of 32 ‘call cycles’, such as assistance calls,
alarm calls and alarm relays are freely programmable.
This means that each couplerhead may be given its own
assistance call, alarm call and alarm relay.
Each repeat time and number of repeats can be
programmed independent from each other. A delay time
can also be programmed to delay the first call for a
duration of 0 to 255 seconds after the contact input has
been activated. If a reset is given within the delay time,
the call will not be transmitted.
When activated, a contact assigned as a ‘Presence input’
will provide a presence command to one or more call
contacts. When the contact is activated - activated by
pushing the call contact once more - it will initiate the
assistance call, alarm call or the alarm relay. In addition
presence can also be reported on the assistance call, alarm
call, or the alarm relay by activating once again the
presence contact. If the presence contact is de-activated,
while none of the assigned calls is transmitted, the
software returns to the stand-by mode of the relevant call
input.
In cases where the call procedure is initiated with a pulse,
and no presence contact is desired, then an input assigned
as a ‘reset input’ can terminate this procedure and return
the software to the stand-by mode.
A ‘reset pulse’ can also be given to one or more call
inputs. If a contact input assigned to ‘handle a relay’ is
activated, a pre-programmed relay on one of the
couplerheads will either be activated or de-activated
depending on the programming.
Call Rerouting
All of the assigned contact inputs can be routed to one
specific pager. Rerouting can be initiated by the keyboard
of the PC, by the real-time clock in the PC, or by one or
more of the contact inputs of the multi-purpose
couplerheads.
Relay Output
Two relay outputs are available on each couplerhead.
Both can be activated by either of the following:
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by a contact input on the coupler heads.
by a defined paging call string on the data lines.
directly from the keyboard of the PC.
or if communication is lost, between the PC and
the couplerhead.
Contact Monitoring
The activity of the contacts can be monitored while the
software program is running. The PC monitor will
display which call is being transmitted because of an
activated contact input. Calls can also be blocked while
monitoring the contacts - this function is used for
installation purposes.
Communication Monitoring
The software may be programmed to constantly check
whether communication with the assigned couplerheads
is still available. In situations where communication with
a couplerhead is lost for more than ten seconds, the
alphadesk will transmit a preprogrammed call to a
receiver. The information of this call can include the
number of the couplerheads involved. Such a call will be
repeated every 10 seconds until communication with this
head is restored, or until the scrolling of the couplerhead
is terminated by using the MPC editor.
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Specifications
The contact inputs should be connected via the LBB
5843/01 coupler heads, with 32 contact inputs and 2 relay
outputs on each coupler head. A maximum of 31
couplerheads may be connected.
Communication speed:
Contact scan time max:
1200 Baud.
3 seconds
(depending on number of
couplerheads connected)
The minimum hardware and software is a basic
Alphadesk LBB 6000/50.
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LBB 6503
RS 232 interface Software
for LBB 6000
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The Bosch RS 232 software package
LBB 6503 has been designed to build and edit one’s own
tailor-made communication protocols, thus providing the
capability to communicate with almost all external RS
232 devices that may be connected to the alphadesk.
The RS 232 software is able to support and control up to
8 external RS 232 devices connected to a single paging
alphadesk via its RS 232 port, or via RS 232 extension
cards. Each port can be defined as either an input or as
an output or, each can be defined as both an input and
an output.
External RS 232 devices connected to the alphadesk
might include an alarm monitoring system such as those
used in a factory, hotel or hospital for example. Such
systems using their RS 232 facility are able to transmit
alarm data which in turn can then be converted in to
paging calls.
The programmes menu driven software is an add-on
extension to the standard alphadesk software LBB 6000.
Communication you can rely on
Allows the connection of up to
eight external RS 232 devices
Protocol editor allowing the
adaption to any external RS 232
device
Applicable for use with both
RS 232 inputs and outputs
Generates protocol editor data
files and stores them on disk
Supports multi-drop, command
based, and string input protocols
Using the LBB 6503 software a complete protocol can be
structured from the following pull-down menus:
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COM port settings
PROTOCOL specifications including:
Communication specification
Message specification
Message conversions
COM Port Settings
The parameters entered under this menu define the
communication parameters applicable for each external
RS 232 device connected to the alphadesk
PROTOCOL specification
Under the Protocol specification menu a complete
protocol can be structured using the following submenus’.
- Communication specification
- Message specification
- Message conversions
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Communication specification
The parameters entered under the Communication
specification sub-menu define how a call to or from an
external device is handled on the RS 232 data lines.
Using standard menu driven procedures a single protocol
can be structured from a choice of pre-defined
procedures known as building blocks. Each building
block has its own unique function within the protocol.
Once a protocol has been structured, the protocol can be
saved to disk and edited as and when required. A filename
is required if the protocol is to be stored on disk. This
takes the form of a standard DOS file name with an
extension .232. This extension is added automatically and
allows the editor to identify the file as a protocol
description.
In addition to the file name a description can be added to
the protocol to give a clear meaning of the file.
Message specification
The parameters entered under the Message specification
sub-menu define the address, bleep pattern and display
information within the protocol.
Requirements
Message Conversions
REMARKS
The parameters set under the Message conversion menu
enables call data from an external RS 232 device to be
converted in to paging system data needed when calling a
paging receiver.
1. Special RS 232 cards are required if more than two
external devices are to be supported by a single
standard PC.
The alphadesk requires an address, a bleep code as well as
alpha and/or numeric information before it can call a
paging receiver. The alphadesk has the following options
in order to receive call string data for an RS 232 call:
The recommended minimum hardware and software is a
basic Alphadesk LBB 6000/50.
2. Any special cards used must have a shared interrupt as
only one interrupt line is used for all COM ports and
it must be shared with the alphadesk interrupt.
1. Receive the complete address, bleep code and
information from the external device.
2. Receive part of the data string from the external
device and adds the fixed system digits.
3. All calls from an external device go to the same preprogrammed address with different data information
strings.
4. Information received from the external device is
converted in to the paging call.
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LBB 6505
Call Logging Software
for LBB 6000
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Introduction
The Bosch Call-logging Software Package LBB 6505 has
been designed for use in a DP 6000 system using the P.C
extension card LBB 6000.
The PC can run the Call-logging software simultaneously
with other software packages that have been developed
for the LBB 6000 extension card.
Description
Once the Call-logging software has been installed on a
PC with the LBB 6000 extension card, all paging calls on
the DP 6000 line can be logged. If the ‘Speech and Talkback’ card has also been installed, all DP 6000 calls on the
‘Talk-back’ line can also be logged.
The following call logging functions are available with the
LBB 6505 software package:
• Logging of paging calls, detected on the ‘paging’ line or
‘talk-back’ line.
• The logging of multi-purpose coupler activities (only
applicable if the Multipurpose coupler software
package LBB 6501 is installed).
• Logging of PS 6000 activities (only applicable if the PS
6000 software package LBB 6507 is installed).
Communication you can rely on
Logging of DP 6000 calls on
paging line
Logging of DP 6000 calls on
talk-back line
Logging of Multipurpose coupler
activities
Logging of PS 6000 activities
Export of data to printer on floppy
disk
Export of data possible in Dbase
3 format.
On line printing
The logging function can be made active for a
predetermined duration of time.
Input filter
Selection is possible which calls will be logged on the
harddisk
Output filter
Selection can be made from the logged data on the hard
disk to be exported (e.g. to screen, printer etc.)
Logging Calls on the ‘Paging’ or ‘Talk-back’ line.
The following paging call data, detected on the paging or
talk-back line can be logged:
• The receiver address:
The receiver address can be programmed with 10
different ranges. If the detected address is outside the
preprogrammed ranges, the call will not be logged.
• The bleep pattern digit:
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The logging function can be made dependant on the
bleep pattern digit.
• Numeric information
• Alpha numeric information
• Date and time
• Absent status
Logging Multi-purpose Coupler activities
The activities of the contact inputs and the relay outputs
of the multi-purpose coupler head are logged.
These include:
• Coupler head number
• Contact or relay number function
• Physical status (contact open or closed)
• Date and time of status activity
Logging of PS 6000 functions
All PS 6000 calls are logged including time and date.
This means therefore that all alarm and check calls are
logged together with the response from the central
control unit and transceivers in the field.
Perform statistics on logged data
On the logged data, the program can do
some statistic calculations, based on a
particular period of time, for example:
• Total number of calls on the paging line
• Total number of calls on the talk-back line
• Total number of calls to a specific receiver number with
bleep pattern digit and/or numeric information.
• The average number of these calls can also be
calculated.
If the Multi Purpose Coupler software LBB
6501 is installed the following calculations
are also available:
• Average number of times a contact has been activated.
• Average response time
• Average number of normal calls
• Average number of assistance calls
• Average number of alarm calls
• Total number of times a contact has been activated.
REQUIREMENTS
Exporting logged data
Logged data can be printed out directly. For export into
other media it is possible to copy a selection of the logged
data file directly as text , or in a Dbase 3 format to a
floppy disk.
The recommended minimum hardware
and software is a basic Alphadesk LBB 6000/50.
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LBB 6506
Dial Software Package
for LBB 6000
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Introduction
The Bosch Dial software package LBB 6506 has been
designed for use in a DP 6000 system in combination
with a PC fitted with a master extension card LBB 6000
and a speech and talk-back card LBB 6001.
The dial software can be used for both ‘dial-in’ and ‘dialthrough’ functions:
To establish ‘Dial-in’
communication from a
transceiver to a central control
post within the paging system.
To establish communication from
one transceiver to another
transceiver or pager in the
system.
For use with a PC fitted with a
master extension card LBB 6000
and speech and talk-back card
LBB 6001.
The third generation dial transmitters (if programmed
correctly) will transmit their own identity to the central
control desk along with the call data. This enables the
desk to place the identity of the caller on the PC display
or to send it through to the display of the transceiver that
is being called.
Description
To establish communication from a transceiver in the
field, to a central control post within the system (e.g.
audio unit of an alpha desk).
Once the pre-programmed access code has been dialled
(for ‘dial-in’ or ‘dial- through’) the transceiver holder can
enter the selectable address digits, plus the bleep pattern
digits and numeric information for dial through, or just
the address digits of the central desk when using ‘dial-in’.
Dial through
Dial-in
To establish communication from a transceiver in the
field to another transceiver or pager.
Using the software package the desk can be programmed
for manual or automatic operation. If programmed for
automatic operation, the speech channel to the audio
unit is opened automatically after the ‘dial-in’ call is
received. The audio unit initially gives an audible
indication to draw the attention of the operator.
Depending on the type of transceiver that is calling (third
or second generation) the PC display shows the identity
(name or number) of the caller.
Dial-in
Dialing signals can be detected in both DTMF format or
in DP 6000 code. This makes the software suitable for use
with both the second generation transceivers using dial
transmitters LBB 6062 and LBB 6162, as well as the third
generation dial transceivers LBB 6064 and LBB 6066.
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If programmed for manual operation, the audio unit
produces a ringing sound on receipt of a call to draw the
attention of the operator.
When a transceiver is calling, the operator presses the
speech button on the audio unit to accept the call and
open the speech channel. If the operator is not present at
the PC, and cannot accept a call, the desk may be
programmed so that the call will be converted and passed
on to a transceiver. This conversion process may be
programmed to take place immediately after the
incoming call has been detected or after a preprogrammed delay time, in which time the operator has
the opportunity to take the call first.
The conversion process can be terminated under the
following conditions:
- The transceiver holder enters the predefined release
code ( e.g. #1).
Dial through
The access code for dial through is different from that
used for dial-in calls. The central desk transfers the
incoming calls to the paging line and places a DP 6000
call to the transceiver that is being called.
If the called transceiver is not in the storage rack the
speech channel is opened between the two transceivers
holders. The conversation is ended under the following
conditions:
- Release code is entered by one of the transeiver
holders.
- No speech signal from a transceiver for a duration of 5
seconds.
If the called transceiver is in the storage rack, an absent
indication (audible or visual) will be sent to the
transceiver that placed the call.
REQUIREMENTS
- No speech signal from the transceiver for a preprogrammed time ( range 5 - 60 seconds).
The recommended minimum hardware and software is a
basic Alphadesk LBB 6000/50 with a speech/talkback card
LBB 6001/00.
- Reset by the operator at the desk.
A relay located on the speech and talk-back card may be
used for external signalling of incoming calls.
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LBB 6507
Personal Security Software
for LBB 6000
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To manage up to 512 personal
security mobiles
To generate DP 6000 calls, Automatic scan calls, Direct calls,
Alarms calls and PST test calls.
To receive and respond to PS
Scan calls, Call desk, Test calls,
PST on/off calls, no-move, manual, tilt, tear out and fast move
alarms.
Relay control optional.
Introduction
Display
The Bosch PS 6000 software package LBB 6507, has been
designed for use in PS 6000 paging systems, using the PC
extension card LBB 6000 , PCB board LBB 6001 and the
audio unit LBB 6004.
Simply by pressing a function key <F9> , the PC display
screen can be toggled between the LBB 6000 paging
operator screen and the status screen of the PS mobiles.
However, in the event of a PS alarm, field call or system
alarm, the display automatically displays the status of the
PS mobiles. In addition, information about a selected
channel can also be displayed using the <Cursor> and
<Enter> keys.
If location detection is enabled, the current location of
the PS mobile holder can be viewed.
The PS 6000 software package has been designed to
manage all PS 6000 functions as well as location
detection functions available with the PS 6000 system.
Location detection on the tranceivers is an optional
feature, and is dependent on the transceiver hardware.
For extended alarm features, the PS 6000 system can be
further extended using relay board type PCL 725, or if
the Multi-Purpose Coupler software package LBB 6501 is
installed, the multi-purpose coupler relays can be used.
Once the PS 6000 software has been installed, the PC is
capable of managing and controlling up to a maximum
of 512 personal security mobiles (PS transceivers,
PS-Micro’s and DECT6000 PS Handsets), divided in to
groups of 16 and 32 (programmable). The status of each
group can be displayed individually.
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System alarms
REQUIREMENTS
If the paging line or the talk back line is kept busy too
long, a system alarm will be generated. The alarm is a
sound emitted from the PC loudspeaker or from the
audio unit LBB 6004, and the release of the main alarm
relay on the LBB 6001.
The recommended minimum hardware and software
requirements for the LBB 6507 software package are as
follows:
As an option a relay on the PCL725 board can be
energised or de-energised. In such an event the display
will automatically switch over to the PS 6000 mode and
display information about the alarm and instructions on
how to deal with it.
Hand-over
In systems using more than one PS 6000 central, it is
possible to divide the system in to individual groups.
Each central controls its own group, with the ability to
hand-over this group to the master central. This facility is
particularly suited for use on night shifts.
A basis Alphadesk LBB6000/50 with a speech/talk-back
card LBB 6001/00 and audio unit LBB 6004/00 or:
• Pentium Processor or better
• 8 MB Random Access Memory (RAM)
• Floppy disc drive : 31/2” 1.44 MB
• Hard disk
• MS-DOS 5.0 or higher
• Spare extension full size ISA slot
for LBB 6000
• PC Extension card (LBB 6000)
• Speech and talk-back PCB (LBB 6001)
• Audio unit (LBB 6004)
• Spare extension ISA slot if extension board
PCL 725 is used
German Safety Approval (GS)*
The software package can be used in systems with or
without GS approval. If the GS mode is enabled, all
alarms of the PS mobiles will be tested every time the
mobile becomes active. Also after 24 hours of continuous
operation, the test is re-done to ensure that the PS
mobiles are operating correctly. It is also possible to
initiate this test procedure via a request function from a
PS mobile itself.
* GS = German Safety Approval.
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LBB 6509
PS-Micro Software
for LBB 6000
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Introduction
The Bosch PS-Micro software package LBB 6509 is
intended for use in Bosch Personal Security systems. The
software is used in combination with the Alphadesk
standard software package and PC extension cards LBB
6000 and LBB 6001.
Central control software for PSMicro alarm transmitters LBB
6030 - LBB 6035
Provides a direct overview of the
actual status of the alarm
transmitters
Monitors up to 512 alarm
transmitters
Easy handling of multiple
simultaneous alarm calls
Graphical representation of the
location of the alarm call
To provide personal security, the central control
constantly monitors all the mobiles in the system for any
response. All mobiles in the system transmit ‘check-in’
calls at pre programmed time intervals. If a number of
check-in calls are missed (programmed in the software)
the central control initiates a technical alarm sequence for
the relevant mobile.
Description
Through the central control (Alphadesk PC) the operator
can monitor, locate and respond to alarm calls generated
from the PS-Micro alarm transmitter.The software can
cater for up to 512 mobiles. Alarm signals are also
generated under certain alarm conditions from the
mobiles. For example - ‘Manual alarm’, Tear-out’ alarm
and alarms where the mobiles are in a motionless/angled
state for a prolonged period of time. If the system
includes location detection the alarms can be localised to
a specific location.
Communication you can rely on
User Interface (display)
Simply by pressing a function key <F9> the PC display
screen can be toggled between a screen displaying
standard ‘day-to-day’ paging functions and the real-time
status of the PS mobiles.
If an alarm call is initiated from a mobile, an on screen
window automatically appears giving information on the
mobile holder and the action to be taken by the operator.
An audible alarm will attract the operators attention. In
response to an alarm call from a mobile, the operator can
re-route an alarm call with alarm information to a
group(s) of paging receiver holders acting as a rescue
back-up team.
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If the PCL 725 relay card is installed (optional) or if the
Multi-purpose Coupler software LBB 6501 is installed a
relay may be activated to operate a remote warning
device. If the system includes location detection, the
location of the mobile can be localised on a zoom-in (3x)
graphical site-map representation of the paging
area.Further information includes the name and function
of the mobile holder and the action to be taken by the
operator.
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS AND TECHNICAL DATA
System Requirements
The recommended minimum hardware and software
requirements for the LBB 6509 software package are as
follows:
- Alphadesk LBB 6000/50
- Speech and talk-back PCB LBB 6001
- Audio unit LBB 6004 (optional)
- Spare extension slot if relay board PCL 725 is used
Hand-over
In systems using more than one central control PC, the
system can be divided into individual groups. Each
central controlling its own group with the ability to handover the group to the master central. This facility is
ideally suited for organisations working night shifts.
Alphadesk status
display showing the
real-time status of the
PS-Micro alarm
transmitters
Entering system data
The system data entered in the software can be password
protected from unauthorised access. The following is an
example of the functions available to the installer using
the software:
- Mobile information (holder and address)
- Alarm/scan call timing
- Priority of alarms
- Operator Alarm procedures
- Location information with graphical site-map file
- Routing of alarm calls to groups of paging receiver
holders e.g. rescue group(s)
Alarm status display
showing an incoming
alarm. The display
shows the operator
the alarm call
address, alarm
information and the
location of the alarm
Remote Operation
To monitor and control the PS functions at a remote site,
a modem or null modem cable can be connected to the
RS232 port of a remote PC. For this remote function an
additional software programme (‘PC Anywhere’) must be
purchased separately.
Location display
showing a graphical
representation of the
site and the location
of a mobile holder.
The display can be
zoomed-in (3x).
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LBB 6511
DECT6000 software
for LBB 6000
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Introduction
The Bosch DECT6000 system is an integrated
communication system, in which paging, cordless
telephony and optionally personal security functions are
combined. The system is based on DECT technology, which
provides standard DECT functions like seamless handover,
roaming and encryption. Furthermore the DECT6000
system offers high quality speech communication (similar
to a wired telephone set) and errorless data transmission,
which results in a high degree of reliability and security.
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Description
The LBB 6511 basic software runs on the Alphadesk central
control PC. The combination of these two provides paging
and configuration features.
The alphadesk central control PC is connected to the
DECT6000 control unit by a RS232 interface.
The DECT6000 basic software package provides the
following functionality:
• Subscribe DECT6000 handsets to the DECT6000
system.
• Configure the DECT6000 control unit (DCU) of the
DECT6000 system.
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Provides paging features to
DECT6000 systems
Configuration of DECT6000
control unit
Runs on Alphadesk central
control PC
Subscription of DECT6000
handsets
Transmission of normal, urgent,
emergency and mailbox
messages
Reception of paging message
results
Enables handset-to-handset
messaging
Send individual & group paging calls to DECT6000
handsets from all call-generating sources of the DP6000
system, like the Alphadesk and Control Desk LBB 5800.
Send paging calls to groups of DECT6000 handsets
from all call-generating sources of the Bosch DP6000
paging system.
Send either normal, urgent, emergency or mailbox
messages to DECT6000 handsets.
Automatically convert paging calls originally sent to
DECT6000 handset to another DECT6000 handset or
to DP6000 transceivers/pagers. This conversion happens
when the call can not be delivered (e.g. out of range),
when the user does not acknowledge the (urgent) call or
when the DECT6000 handset is set absent.
Enable handset-to-handset messaging, paging calls sent
from DECT6000 handset to either another DECT6000
handset or DP6000 pager/transceiver.
Operation
The LBB 6511 software package runs on the LBB 6000
Alphadesk central control PC. It is possible to run this
software package simultaneous with other alphadesk
software packages, like:
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LBB 6501 Multi-Purpose Coupler software
LBB 6505 Call logging software
The Multi-purpose software facilitates the connection of up
to 31 coupler heads (LBB 5843/01) to the Alphadesk central
control PC. Furthermore it provides up to 32 input
contacts and up to 2 relay outputs per head. Multi purpose
couplers can be used to all kinds of contacts of machinery,
door switches, push buttons. It even gives the possibility to
configure a simple nurse call system. Each input (and relay
output) can be individually programmed, containing
paging call information. Besides a number of call cycles can
be defined, whereby calls are being repeated and rerouted
with a higher priority, in order to make sure that paging
calls are answered.
The call logging software logs the paging calls towards and
from the DECT6000 (and DP6000) system. Also, when
appropriate SW is installed, all the activities of the Multi
purpose couplers are being logged as well as all personal
security activities like alarm calls and check calls from/to
DECT6000 (and PS6000) system.
LBB 6503 RS232 interface software
LBB 6507 PS6000 software
The RS232 software package allows the connection of up to
7 external RS232 devices. The software has a protocol
editor, that allows adaptation to almost any external RS232
device. The software enables paging calls to be transported
from a RS232 port to the Alphadesk central control PC, or
vice versa.
The PS6000 software package controls the personal security
functions of PS6000 transceivers, PS-Micro transmitters
and DECT6000 PS-handsets. The software program
manages all the personal security functions as well as
location detection functions available with the DECT6000
and PS6000 systems.
LBB 6506 Dial software
The dial SW is used in the DP6000 system to support dial
functions of paging transceivers from transceiver
to transceiver or from transceiver to alphadesk central
control PC.
LBB 6509 PS-MICRO software
The PS-micro software package controls the personal
security functions of the PS-Micro transmitters. The
software program manages all the personal security
functions as well as location detection functions available
with the PS-Micro systems.
For more information refer to these products’ datasheets or
the appropriate software manuals.
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LBB 5845/00
Telephone Coupler
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Introduction
The Bosch LBB 5845 microprocessor-controlled coupler
has been designed as an interface between almost any
PABX and a Bosch DP6000 Digital Paging System.
The coupler allows people carrying DP6000 receivers or
transceivers to be paged directly from internal telephone
sets.
Operation
After the caller has selected a prefix on the telephone, he
will hear the free tone. When the free tone is heard, the
caller may dial another prefix to indicate the method of
communication: speech, “meet me” or digital display.
If the coupler is preset for only one mode of operation,
there is no need for a prefix. The caller then dials the
receiver number, and if required, the code for the call
tone and the digits to be displayed on the receiver.
When the call is transmitted, the caller will hear the
transmission tone. If the called receiver was in the storage
rack, the absent tone will be sent to the caller and the
connection will be interrupted.
Communication you can rely on
Programmed options for:
- speech
- 5-digit display
- “meet me” via PABX
- Control tones
Memory back-up against power
failure
Suitable for most PABXs touch-tone or rotary dial
Can be connected to special
interface or extension line
Simple programming
Complete microprocessor control
Option for talk-back and talkthrough
When set for the speech mode, the coupler will switch to
the speech mode and speech will be possible for a time
depending on the programming of the coupler.
Depending on traffic density, the speech time may vary
from 20 to 60 seconds.
When talk back is required the coupler can be extended
with the talk back unit LBB 5845/01. The unit consists of
a printed circuit board and cable fitted with a 16 pole
Hirschman plug, and should be mounted in the coupler
housing.
Speech, talk back, and talk through will be possible
during the time set in the coupler. When the squelch of
the talk back receiver is active, the telephone coupler will
switch the audio from the talk back receiver to the
telephone line.
With the 5-digit programme, the call is transmitted and
the coupler resets immediately.
The address to be called can be of one to four digits.
Depending on the requirements, a digit has to be dialled
after the address digits to determine the call tone.
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This digit can also be left out and preprogrammed.
For transmission of internal telephone numbers, up to 5
digits can be selected. Non-required places can be filled
with preprogrammed information.
Programming:
The programming should be done by means of a rotary
dial selector telephone set, to be connected directly to the
programming input of the coupler.
The coupler’s memory is protected with a back-up
battery to prevent loss during mains failure.
Connection to the telephone system.
The coupler accepts loop disconnect output of the PABX
(selector dial system), with or without ringing current. If
the PABX uses touch tone selection (DTMF), the coupler
must be equipped with a touch tone detector LBB 5841/05.
The coupler can also be connected to an unmodified
extension line for which a ringing current and click
detector have been builtin.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
DTMF decoder LBB 5841/05
Coupler LBB 5845/00
Acceptable twist
Power supply:
11 - 14 V
Current consumption:
(high tone/low tone):
-8 to -4 dB
Detection time:
20 to 40 msec.
stand-by mode:
200 mA
Pause time:
25 to 40 msec.
full operational mode:
375 mA
Noise tolerance:
-12 dB
Output line level:
Dial tone tolerance:
0 dB
code transmission:
-1,8 V
Input impedance:
100 kOhm
transmitter on:
> -19 V
ENVIRONMENTAL
transmitter off:
< -28 V
Temperature range
Code output level:
2,2 Vpp
operating:
00C to +550C
Speech output level:
0 dBm
storage :
-400C to +700C
Output impedance:
30 Ohm
Relative humidity:
<95%
Input loop current:
10 to 66 mA
Operating conditions:
stationary
Input impedance:
500 to 700 Ohm
Susceptibility to radiation: in an E.M. field of 1 V/m
Ringing current frequency: 10 to 20 Hz
(100 kHz to 1000 MHz)
Ringing current amplitude: 23 to 36 dBm
the coupler complies
Input speech level:
0 dBm
Input DTMF level:
-12 to 0 dBm
Safety:
Signal tone range:
422 to 1082 Hz
Pollution:
with the specification
according to IEC 65
according to CISPRE/CENELEC
specifications, cat II (VDE 871 class B)
Talk back print LBB 5845/01
Dutch PTT TD 280, German FTZ VDE
Power supply:
via telephone coupler
Current consumption:
65 mA
MTBF:
50.000 hours
Audio output level:
0 dBm +/-0,5 dB
Dimensions:
24 x 19 x 5 cm
(1000Hz)
Weight:
approx. 0,8 kg
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LBB 5840/00
Telephone Coupler
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Introduction
The Bosch LBB 5840 microprocessor controlled coupler
has been designed as an interface between almost any
PABX and a Bosch DP6000 Digital Paging System.
The coupler allows people carrying DP6000 receivers or
transceivers to be paged directly from internal telephone
sets.
Operation
After the caller has selected a prefix on the telephone, he
will hear the free tone. When the PABX and the coupler
are suitably equipped, up to four people may make calls
simultaneously. When the free tone is heard, the caller
may dial another prefix to indicate the method of
communication: speech, “meet me” or digital display. If
the coupler is preset for only one mode of operation,
there is no need for a prefix. The caller then dials the
receiver number, and if required, the code for the call
tone and the digits to be displayed on the receiver.
Communication you can rely on
Up to 4 telephone channels
Programmed options for:
speech
6 - 11 digit display
“meet” me
number transfer
talk-back
talk-through
control tones
Inputs for 8 remote contacts
Memory security against power
failure
Suitable for most PABXs touch-tone or rotary dial
May be connected to special
interface or extension line
Simple keyboard programming
Complete microprocessor control
Call conversion possible
When the call is transmitted, the caller will hear the
transmission tone. If the called receiver was in the storage
rack, the absence tone will be sent to the caller and the
connection will be interrupted.
When set for the speech mode, the coupler will switch to
the speech mode and speech (or talk back) will be
possible for a time depending on the programming of the
coupler. Depending on traffic density, the speech time
may vary from 10 to 180 seconds. When set for the “meet
me” mode the call is repeated until a preset time expires.
In the meantime, the caller hears a wait signal. If the
called person dials a second prefix within that time, the
PABX and coupler will connect him to the caller. They
can now speak for a preprogrammed time. With the 5digit programme, the call is transmitted and the coupler
resets. If the coupler is equipped with more than one
input channel, more people can use it simultaneously.
Because there is only one channel to transmit on, only
one person can use speech at any one time. A second
caller requiring speech will receive a wait tone.
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The same is valid for “meet me”: there is only one “meet
me” channel available. However, speech, “meet me” and
display calls are possible simultaneously, with the
limitation that if a speech call has been made on one
channel, “meet me” and display calls can be transmitted
at a maximum rate of one call per second, so as not to
disturb too much the speech in progress.
The address to be called can be of one to four digits. This
number can be fixed; it can, however, also be made
dependent on the first digit selected. In this case, the call
numbers could consist, for example, of 3 and 4 digits.
This feature is applied in systems, where the receiver call
numbers should be identical to the internal telephone
numbers, which in turn vary in length (e.g. an extended
old PABX).
Depending on the requirements, a digit has to be dialled
after the address digits to determine the call tone. This
digit can also be left out and preprogrammed or made
dependent on the programme selected.
For transmission of internal telephone numbers, up to 11
digits can be selected. Non-required places can be filled
with preprogrammed information.
A selection break-off procedure can be enabled.
Depending on the value of certain digits dialled, the
selection display information can be skipped.
The coupler has a built-in number converter.
The conversions can be programmed via a telephone
extension or via the coupler’s own keyboard.
Some conversions take place independent of external
circumstances (permanent conversions), others only in
the case of reception of an absence signal after the call.
Permanent conversions can be used in the case of
breakdown of receivers and absence conversions to
reroute calls to an assistant or colleague.
The coupler can be programmed to block certain ranges
of numbers so as to limit the engaged time as much as
possible if a wrong selection has been made.
It is possible to connect a printer to the coupler, to print
out the contents of the conversion tables.
If use is made of multi-channel operation and/or alarm
contacts, it is quite possible that some calls have to be
transmitted to the same receiver. In this case, the coupler
will transmit calls at such a rate that the user of the
receiver has enough time to respond to the calls.
The coupler’s memory is protected with a back-up
battery to prevent loss during mains failure.
Connection to the telephone system
The actual connection to the telephone system is done via
1 to 4 coupler heads LBB 5841/00. These heads accept
loop disconnect output of the PABX (selector dial
system), with or without ringing current. If the PABX
uses touch tone selection (DTMF), each coupler head has
to be equipped with a touch tone detector LBB 5841/05.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
DTMF decoder LBB 5841/05
Coupler LBB 5840/00
Acceptable twist
Power supply:
11 - 14 V
Current consumption:
(high tone/ low tone):
-8 to -4 dB
Detection time:
20 to 40 msec.
with one coupler head:
700 to 770 mA.
Pause time:
25 to 40 msec.
with 4 coupler heads:
1050 to 1150 mA.
Noise tolerance:
-12 dB
Dial tone tolerance:
0 dB
100 kOhm
Output line level:
code transmission:
-1,8 V
Input impedance:
transmitter on:
> -19 V
ENVIRONMENTAL
transmitter off:
< -28 V
Temperature range:
Open voltage on
alarm contacts
operating:
-20°C to +55°C
storage:
-40°C to +70°C
: -20 V
Relative humidity:
<95%
Talk back input level:
0 dBm
Operating conditions:
stationary
Talk back band width:
300 to 2900 Hz (-3 dB)
Susceptibility to radiation: in an E.M. field of 1 V/m
Talk back impedance:
600 Ohm
(100 kHz to 1000 MHz)
Code output level:
2,2 Vpp
the coupler complies
Speech output level:
0 dBm
with the specification
Output impedance:
30 Ohm
Amplification from telephone
output (“meet me”):
Safety:
according to IEC 65
Pollution:
according to CISPRE/
+0,5 dB
CENELECspecifications,
Coupler head LBB 5841/00
cat II (VDE 871 class B)
Input loop current:
10 to 60 mA
Dutch PTT TD 280
Input impedence:
640 Ohm
German FTZ VDE 0875,
(300 to 3400 Hz,
measured at 25 mA input current)
Stîrgrad N
MTBF:
50.000 hours
Ringing current frequency: 10 to 100 Hz
Dimensions:
33 x 14 x 29 cm
Ringing current amplitude: 23 to 36 dBm
Weight:
approx. 5 kg
Input speech level:
0 dBm
Input DTMF level:
-12 to 0 dBm
Signal tone range:
280 to 1082 Hz
Duty cycle of dial pulses:
25 to 75%
Audio band width:
70 to 2400 Hz (-3 dB)
Dialling speed:
9 to 22 Hz
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LBB 5843/01
Couplerhead
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Couplerhead
The Bosch Couplerhead LBB 5843/01 has been designed
for use in DP6000 paging systems. It has been designed to
function as an interface between the LBB 5800 paging desk,
or a PC fitted with the LBB 6000 card, and a number of
contact inputs. When a switch is activated, a preprogrammed paging call will be transmitted to a receiver.
Each couplerhead has two relay outputs which may be
programmed to fulfil various functions.
The couplerhead is built into a modern plastic casing,
intended for wall mounting.
Up to 32 switches can be connected to the connection
blocks on the PCB of each couplerhead. The paging calls
can be activated by operating the switches.
The contacts of these switches may either be open/closed
constantly or they may open/close just for a moment (pulse
contact). The input circuit consists of optocouplers which
react to 10 mA current loop.
The loop current for the input circuits may be supplied
either internally from the power supply connected to the
couplerhead or by a separate external power supply, in case
complete galvanic separation is required.
Communication you can rely on
32 contact inputs
Input circuit with optocouplers
Two relay outputs
Programmable multipurpose
coupling functions
RS485 connection to control
desk
Managing up to 31 couplerheads
per desk
The couplerhead is connected to the desk LBB 5800 via the
RS 485 input. Up to 31 units can be connected to this
input. Up to 31 couplerheads may be connected, and
consequently 31 x 32 = 992 contact inputs and 31 x 2 = 64
relay outputs may be programmed.
If the couplerheads are connected to the LBB 6000 card, a
maximum of 31 couplerheads may be connected to the
RS485 port of this card.
Multipurpose coupler software functions of the
LBB 5800 desk
The software of the LBB 5800 desk serves the following
purposes:
Contact inputs
Each contact input may be programmed to be a call input,
presence input or a reset input for a paging call, or it may
be used to start the re-route function.
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Moreover, it may be programmed as control input for one
or more of the relay outputs.
An input assigned as call input can be programmed to
feature the following functions:
• A defined call with numeric and/or alphanumeric
information is transmitted to a pager. This call can be
repeated either until a reset is not given. The repeat time
between the calls can be programmed to be between 10
and 250 seconds.
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A defined call with numeric and/or alphanumeric
information is transmitted with a preprogrammed
maximum number of repeats. If a reaction (by
activating a presence contact) is not given to this call
before the maximum number of repeats has been
transmitted, an assistance call will be transmitted to
another pre-programmed pager address with the same
numeric information. This call will also be repeated
either a maximum number of times or until the
presence contact is activated. If the call contact is
activated again while the presence contact is active, the
assistance call will be transmitted immediately and will
be repeated until the presence contact is activated again.
The third call function possible is identical to the one
mentioned above, but with the difference that now a
group call is transmitted to the decimal group of the
first call address, if no reaction is given to the assistance
call. This group call will be repeated until the presence
contact is activated.
If the call contact is activated once more while the
presence contact is still active, then either the assistance
call or the group call will be transmitted, depending on
the kind of call on which the presence contact was
given.
If the group call has been repeated the same number of
times as that which was programmed for the assistance
call, a relay may be activated on one of the
couplerheads. This relay is the same for all calls that ae
programmed.
A “delay-time” can be programmed to hold the first call
between 0 and 25 seconds after the contact is activated.
If a reset command is given within the delay time, the
call will not be transmitted.
On activation an input assigned as presence input will give
a presence command to one or more call contacts. When
this contact is activated, pushing the call contact once more
will initiate the assistance call or group call.
In return, the assistant can report presence again by
activating the presence contact. If the presence contact is
de-activated while none of the assigned calls is transmitted,
the software will return to the stand-by mode.
In cases where the calling procedure is started with a pulse
an input assigned as reset input can stop this procedure and
return the software to the stand-by mode. A reset pulse can
be given for one or more call inputs.
If a pulse is given on an input assigned to handle a relay, a
preprogrammed relay on one of the couplerheads will
either be activated or de-activated.
Call rerouting
All of the assigned contact inputs can be rerouted to one
specific pager address. Rerouting may be initiated by the
LBB 5800 desk (via editor), by the real time clock in the
desk or by one or more of the contact inputs of the
multipurpose couplerheads.
Contact monitoring
The desk display can monitor the contact inputs and relay
outputs, with or without an audio warning signal. The
contact numbers that have been assigned as call inputs will
be displayed for a period of between 3 and 30 seconds.
Relay output
Two relay outputs are available on each couplerhead. These
can be activated:
• by one of the FIAC calls from the desk;
• by one of the remote contact calls from the desk;
• by one of the direct calls from the desk;
• by a defined paging string on the data lines or talk back
lines;
• by a contact input on the couplerheads
• if a group call is transmitted a predefined number of
times and no reset or presence command is given in the
call cycle of the multi-purpose coupler software;
• if communication with the desk is lost (in this case the
relay should be energized in the stand-by status).
Monitoring of communication
The desk constantly checks whether communication with
the assigned couplerheads is still possible. In case
communication with a couplerhead is lost for more than 10
seconds the desk display will indicate the error and a bleep
will be generated. A paging call may be coupled to this alert.
Multipurpose coupler software functions of a PC fitted
with the LBB 6000 card
For a description of the multipurpose coupler software
functions when used with a PC fitted with the LBB 6000
card refer to Data sheet Multipurpose coupler software LBB
6501/00.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Power supply:
12 V ± 10%
Current consumption:
400 mA max.
contact loop current:
7 - 60 mA
Max. switching capacity
relay contacts:
35 V, 1 A dc, with resistive load
Galvanic separation
input circuits:
max. 4 kV
Galvanic separation
input circuits:
max. 500 V
ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS
Ambient temperature:
0 - 55°C
Relative humidity:
10 - 95%
Dimensions:
270 x 195 x 81.5 mm
Safety:
Acc. IEC 65 (if powered with power supply
unit LBB 5934 or other authorised
Bosch power supply unit.
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LBB 6042
Dial Coupler
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Interfacing to PABX or DP6000
paging systems
Dial-out and dial-through
DTMF or pulse dialling
Built-in busy tone detector
Microprocesor controlled
Easily programmable
Wall mounting unit
Introduction
Dial-out
The Bosch Dial Coupler LBB 6042/00 has been designed
for use in DP6000 paging systems. It is intended for use
as a coupling device to enable calls from one dial
transceiver to another dial transceiver, to a paging
receiver or to a normal talk-back transceiver (dialthrough function). Moreover, it enables calls from a dial
transceiver to a normal telephone extension (dial-out
function). The coupler can be set to DTMF or pulse
dialling.
By means of a second prefix it is possible to dial directly
to an extension line or (if permitted) to an outside line of
almost any PABX and thus establish a speech
conversation between the dial transceiver and the
telephone set.
Operation
Dial-through
In order to establish a call into the paging system (dialthrough) the caller must first select the prefix concerned.
The coupler will generate the free-tone. On hearing the
free-tone the caller may dial the pager address and, if so
required, the call tone digit and information digits for the
paging call. After the paging call has been transmitted,
speech and talk-back are possible between the dial
transceiver that made the call and the pager that was
called. To enable this function a DP6000 telephone
coupler of the type LBB 5845 or LBB 5840 should be
used to generate the paging call.
Communication you can rely on
The maximum number of digits to be dialled can be
programmed in the dial coupler by means of a
hexadecimal rotary switch. When this number of digits
has been selected, the coupler automatically switches over
to the speech mode. In case less digits are needed than
the number fixed on the rotary switch, the call string
should be ended with a transmit call command, e.g. *.
The paging system has only one transmission channel.
This means that only one speech conversation can take
place at one time. Therefore, a second caller has to wait
until the line is free again.
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The communication is terminated on a reset command
from the dial transceiver, on busy tone detection from the
extension line, or on time-out after 10 seconds of no
conversation between the transceiver and another pager.
Construction
A cable (2 m) with a 16-pole Hirschmann plug is
supplied with the unit for connection to the DP6000 line.
A connection block is available on the PCB for the 2-wire
connection to the extension line of a PABX or directly to
a DP6000 telephone coupler.
The dial-coupler consists of two PCBs which are built in a
plastic casing which is suitable for wall or desktop
mounting.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
MECHANICAL
Electrical
Dimensions:
236 x 188 x 52 mm
Housing:
ABS
Supply voltage:
10.4 - 14.4 V
Supply current:
180 - 200 mA
DP6000 output to paging lines:
2.2 Vpp
Colour:
beige/brown
Weight:
1 kg
Input level from TB lines:
0.2 - 2.2 Vpp
Talk-back line level:
current loop : -4 mA DC
ENVIRONMENTAL
DP6000 line level:
normal: -14V
Operating temperature:
-10 to +55 °C
Storage temperature:
-40 to +70 °C
DP6000 line impedance:
3 wire system:
< 10 Ohm
Relative humidity:
10 - 95%
4 wire system:
600 Ohm
SAFETY
priority: -7V
PABX input level:
-12, -6 of 0 dB
DTMF input:
sensitivity adjustable amplification
LF input sensitivity:
min. 77.5 mV
According to:
(only in combination with LF-adjustment)
LF input adjustable
amplification:
range: 20 dB
Clipping level:
1V
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LBB 5907/00
Modulator - Demodulator
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Introduction
The modulator - demodulator (Modem) LBB 5907/00
has been designed for use in DP 6000 paging systems.
Intended for indoor use, the unit is housed in a beige
plastic cabinet, and is intended for wall or table-top
mounting. Four key holes are provided at the rear of the
unit for fixation against awall.
The unit couples a DP 6000 system to a PTT channel by
using a pair of modems. Two DP 6000 systems can be
connected to each other. Using additional pairs of
modems more systems can be connected.
When two systems are connected via a pair of modems
there will be engaged and absence signalling between
them. It is also possible to use the emergency interrupt
facility of the control desk to interrupt a transmission in
progress at the other site.
Communication you can rely on
Connects a DP 6000
system to a PTT line
Enables busy and absent
signalling between systems
Compensates line
attenuation
Absence signalling
Allows for any type of
channel
Synchronisation of the two systems via modems is not
possible. This is usually not even required because the
two systems will be at such a great distance that there is
no interference between them. Both systems however
may be individually synchronised.
Other DP 6000 features like call conversion and absence
conversion are possible. In certain system configurations
there may be limitations on these functions.
In multiple site coupling, absence control and conversion
may be restricted, depending on cable properties and
system layout.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Current consumption:
130 + 30 mA
Supply voltage:
10.8 to 14.8 V (12V)
Current to transmitter:
-5 + 8.5 mA
Current from transmitters:
-3 to -40 mA
Paging output level:
2.2 + 0.2 Vpp
Required paging input level: 0.3 Vpp to 2.2 Vpp
Telephone output level
selectable:
0 / -6 / -13 dB
Required telephone
input level:
95 mVpp to 2.2 Vpp
Max. delay between
transmitters on both sides: 20mSecs
Max. delay between modulating
and demodulated signal:
1.5 mSecs
Dimensions (mm):
240 x 190 x 55
Weight:
approx. 1000 g
Temperature range:
-20oC to +55oC
Relative humidity:
< 95%
Safety:
according to IEC65, B.S.M.
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Application notes
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Software Modules for
Tailored Paging
Applications DP 6000
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Industrial
High security plants
Prisons
Hospitals
Factories
Offices
Large department stores
Government
Introduction
Delivery
In normal ‘day-to-day’ circumstances the Bosch DP 6000
Radio Paging system, with its selection of standard
software modules and system components, will cover the
needs of most customers. However, in some cases,
customer application requirements may vary. Problems
can arise, and solutions have to found. This application
note therefore, is based on actual problems faced by
customers and how they were solved. Most solutions in
this application note were solved using special application
software modules.
Each software module is delivered on diskette(s) and for
use in one system only. Copying or duplication of
diskette(s) is prohibited. If the customer should require
additional diskettes i.e for terminal systems, this should
be stated and arrangements agreed beforehand. On
request, a Bosch engineer is available for help in installing
and commissioning systems.
Ordering
The special application software modules described in
this application note have been developed on request, to
suit a number of customer requirements. Each software
module has been allocated its own unique 12 figure code
number. On request, for an application proposal Bosch
will assign a 12 figure code number, unique to that
software application module. Proposals should be
forwarded on a requirement specification form for
feasibility.
Communication you can rely on
Language versions
If a solution to an application requires modification to
the standard software modules (i.e LBB 6000, LBB 6501,
LBB 6502, LBB 6503, LBB 6505, LBB 6506, LBB 6507
etc.), then the software module can be adapted to the
language of your choice, using the built-in language
editor in the LBB 6000 software module. However, if the
software solution is not based on the standard DP6000
software modules, the software will be delivered in
English only. The software user manuals delivered with
the standard software modules, should suffice for the
majority of application requirements. However if this is
not the case, then on request, Bosch will deliver a User
Guide in English only.
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1. REMOTE ALARM RESET WITHOUT OPERATOR
CONTROL
Application:
System:
Problem:
Requirement:
SECURITY. Institution for mentally
disabled.
LBB 6000, LBB 6001 and LBB 6507 with
PS 6000 transceivers and Location
detection.
Alphadesk PC not manned 24 hours a
day. Alarms calls made during
unmanned periods could not be ‘Reset’
without operator control.
Alarm calls are to be rerouted from the
alphadesk PC to a group of transceiver
holders. The initiator of the alarm must
have the capability to reset the alarm,
when the alarm sequence is remotely
given ‘the-all-clear’.
Solution
During periods when the alphadesk is unmanned, an
alarm call (step 1) is sent to the alphadesk (step 2).
The alphadesk receives the alarm call, and reroutes it to a
preprogrammed group of transceiver holders (step 3).
On receipt of the alarm call and its location information,
colleagues rush to the aid of the person initiating the
alarm call (step 4). Once given the ‘the-all-clear’ (step 5),
the alarm sequence can be reset by transmitting a ‘RESET’
from the transceiver initiating the alarm.
2. INDICATION WHICH PAGER ACTIVATED ALARM TO
BMS (Building Management System)
Application:
System:
Problem:
Requirement:
SECURITY. Prison/Detention Centre
PS 6000 system with LBB 6507.
To identify and display the transceiver
holder which activated an alarm.
To couple a DP6000 paging system to a
Building Management System (BMS).
Solution
The alphadesk is fitted with a PCL 725 relay board. The
relay board via its relay contacts connects to the ‘Building
Management System (BMS). Using the special software
module, the contacts of the relay board are activated
providing a binary representation of the last two digits of
the transceivers address. This information from the
alphadesk is relayed to the BMS system.
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3. INTERCOM AND GROUP CALL FUNCTION
BETWEEN TWO INDEPENDENT SYSTEMS
Application:
System:
Problem:
Requirement:
INDUSTRIAL
LBB 6000.
To couple two independent DP6000
systems. Both systems should be able to
communicate with each other providing
an intercom function. Group calls from
one system should be capable of being
transmitted to the other system.
PCL 725 Relay cards fitted to each
alphadesk..
Solution
The alphadesks of both paging systems are coupled to
each other through the relay contacts of a PCL 725 relay
card. By simply pressing the ‘F1’ key on the alphadesk
keyboard, system No.2 can be switched in or switchedout. Once the systems are coupled, speech is available
using the audio units LBB 6004 as an intercom function.
Using a special software module, ‘Group calls’ can be
selected for transmission to one or both systems
(multi-system calls).
4. GROUP EDITOR FOR SHIFT WORKING PROCEDURES
Application:
System:
Problem:
Requirement:
INDUSTRIAL (Brewery)
LBB 6000.
The duty shift manager needs to
organise shift rotas.
The duty shift manager requires a
dedicated ‘Group and a ‘Shift rota editor’.
Solution
Using a special software module, duty shift managers can
now arrange their shift work rotas using two editors
without having to change receivers everytime there is a
shift change. The editors include a ‘Group and Shift’ rota
editor. The ‘Group’ editor is used to enter the name and
pager address of individual shift workers, and to place
them into groups according to their function (e.g
Electricians and Mechanics). The ‘Shift’ editor is used to
select individual workers out of their groups and to place
them into their relevant shift rotas e.g. 0800 - 1600, 1600
- 2400, 2400 - 0800. During shift change-overs, and
throughout each shift therefore, the relevant personnel
can be paged. For example - if an electrician is required,
their’s no longer searching to see who’s on shift, you
simply make a call for an electrician; and the software
ensures that the duty electrician is called.
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5. SPOKEN MESSAGE WHEN ABSENT PAGER CALLED
Application:
System:
Problem:
Requirement:
HOSPITAL
LBB 6000
To inform a caller with a spoken message
when a called pager is in its charging
rack when the pager holderr is absent.
People unfamiliar with paging systems
are normally unsure of what an absent
reply is (i.e. warble tone), therefore a
spoken message is clearly understood.
Digital Speech card fitted into alphadesk.
Solution
The alphadesk PC has a built-in speech card with the
capability to play spoken messages. If an absent pager is
called with a ‘Meetme’ call, the alphadesk dials the ‘Meetme’ number and activates a pre-recorded message which is
relayed to the caller.
6. ABSENT/PRESENT INDICATION REQUIRED AT
TWO DEPARTMENTS OF A HOSPITAL USING TWO
DIFFERENT DP6000 SYSTEMS
Application:
System:
Problem:
Requirement:
HOSPITAL
Two paging systems coupled with Modem
LBB 5907.
Two departments of a hospital at different
locations are to be coupled via a paging
system. Absent indication is required at
both systems when a pager holder leaves
one department for another without
placing the pager in the storage rack.
Two paging systems are coupled via
modem. Each system must respond to the
operation of badgecard readers located in
each department. The badgecard readers
provide absent/present indication,
updating the ‘Auto Call’ table
automatically.
Solution
Each department employs a badgecard reader system
which is used when one enters or leaves a department.
The badgecard reader system is coupled to the Alphadesk
using its RS232 capability. When the pager holder uses
the badgecard to leave or enter a department, the
alphadesk PC responds to the RS232 data
(absent/present) and automatically updates the ‘Auto Call’
table. When one of the encoders in the system makes a
call to an absent pager (i.e. the pager is absent in the realtime ‘Auto call’ table of the alphadesk), the alphadesk will
generate an absent indication as though the pager was
stored in its storage rack.
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7. REALTIME ABSENT/PRESENT INDICATION
Application:
System:
Problem:
Requirement:
HOSPITAL
LBB 6000. with Multi-purpose coupler
MPC
To provide real-time onscreen indication
of the pager status i.e absent/present.
Modification to charging racks.
Paging Transmitter
VHF or UHF
DP6000 bus
Solution
Every pager holder in a system is assigned a dedicated slot
within a charging rack. Each slot within the rack is
connected via the input (on/off) contacts (max. 31
inputs) of a multi-purpose coupler(s) LBB 5843.
The alphadesk is coupled to the multipurpose couplers
using its RS485 capability. Using a special software
module, the ‘absent/present’ status in the ‘Autocall’ table is
updated in real-time every time a pager is placed in or
taken out of the charging-rack.
Requirement:
HOSPITAL
LBB 6000.
To provide operational surveillance of a
large DP 6000 system.
To frequently monitor the operational
activity of transmitters and paging lines
in a multitransmitter system. A back-up
PC should take over all monitor and
control functions should the main
alphadesk PC malfunction.
Solution
All system components are connected via the relays of a
PCL 725 card. For transmitter and paging line
surveillance, each transmitter within the multitransmitter system is connected to a storage rack with an
assigned receiver. Using a special software module, scan
calls are made from the alphadesk at regular intervals to
the receivers housed in the storage racks for transmitter
monitoring. The scan calls test the integrity of the lines
from the transmitter to the DP 6000 bus, as well as testing
their RF radiation. If an error occurs in the system which
keeps the paging line occupied, the alphadesk will scan
each encoder (including itself), transmitter and charging
rack in the system, by opening and closing its relevant
relay contacts on the PCL 725 relay card. Using this
procedure the offending piece of equipment will be
located, and disconnected. Should the alphadesk itself
malfunction a back-up PC will take over all control and
monitoring functions.
Multi-purpose
Coupler (MPC)
LBB 6000
Each charging slot
dedicated to an
assigned pager
8. OPERATIONAL SURVEILLANCE OF TRANSMITTER
AND PAGING LINES IN A MULTI-TRANSMITTER
SYSTEM.
Application:
System:
Problem:
Charging racks
No.1
No.2
Paging
Transmitter
VHF or UHF
No.3
Paging
Transmitter
VHF or UHF
Single
Storage Rack
Paging
Transmitter
VHF or UHF
Single
Storage Rack
Single
Storage Rack
Alphadesk
Telephone
Coupler
LBB 6000
PCL 725
Relay card
Network
Alphadesk
LBB 6000
PCL 725
Relay card
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9. DAILY CALL LOGGING FILES
Application:
System:
Problem:
Requirement:
HOSPITAL
LBB 6000.
Current systems provide call logging files
on a monthly only basis. This tends to
lead to large and unmanageable files.
To create manageable call logging files
on a daily basis.
Solution
Using the special software module, call logging files are
now available on a daily basis instead of a monthly basis.
Such files are small and therefore easy to manage.
10. SERIAL ‘GROUP CALL’ EDITOR FOR HOSPITAL
WORKERS
Application:
System:
Problem:
Requirement:
HOSPITAL
LBB 6000.
To call ‘Groups’ of hospital workers
using serial groups calls.
To include a ‘Group Call’ editor.
Solution
Using a special software module a ‘Group call’ editor is
now available. The ‘Group call’ editor allows upto 20
groups to be created with each group containing up to 20
individual addresses. The first address of any group is a
fictitious address. This address when received on the
paging line from any encoder in the system, including the
alphadesk itself, will initiate a sequential group call to all
individual addresses programmed within the group.
The ‘Group call’ editor therefore allows groups to be
configured and easily edited on the alphadesk without
having to manually re-programme the group addresses of
all receivers.
The ‘F10’ key of the alphadesk is used to call all
programmed group addresses in a serial group call.
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11. WORK TASK MONITORING FOR HOSPITAL PORTERS
Application:
System:
Problem:
Requirement:
HOSPITAL
LBB 6000.
Hospital porters need to be informed of
their work tasks i.e. transporting patients
from A to B.
Wireless communication between
hospital porters and a Patient Transport
Information System.
Solution
A Patient Transport Information System is coupled to an
Alphadesk PC using its RS232 capability. Each hospital
porter has a transceiver with an assigned address. Once a
porter receives a call to transport a patient from A to B, this
call can be acknowledged or rejected depending on the
porters workload. When a porter performs a task, he
indicates his status by using his transceiver, which informs
the alphadesk, which in-turn informs the Patient Transport
Information System. When a patient has been transported,
the porter now indicates his status (‘FREE’) and waits for a
new assignment.
12. REAL-TIME STATUS OF ABSENT RECEIVERS
Application:
System:
Problem:
HOSPITAL
LBB 6000.
The customer requires in real-time, the
absent status of the Gen. III paging
receivers used in the system.
Requirement : Two separate DP6000
busses, one used for scanning absent
receivers and the other for DP6000
operation and transmission.
Solution
The system uses two independent DP6000 bus lines
(primary and secondary). Using the primary DP6000 bus
line, the storage racks for all the system receivers are
connected. Using this method all absent receivers housed
in their racks can be speedily scanned by the primary
alphadesk. If a pager is detected as absent (i.e in its
storage rack) this is reported to a secondary PC,
automatically updating its status in the ‘Auto call’ table to
absent. As well as reporting the status of absent receivers
on the primary (alphadesk) and secondary PC, other PCs
on a network can receive in ‘real-time’ an ‘up-to-date’
status of all absent receivers in the system.
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13. SYSTEM TO PROVIDE ABSENT SIGNALLING WHEN
NO CHARGING RACKS ARE INSTALLED
Application:
System:
Problem:
Requirement:
HOSPITAL
LBB 6000.
Absent indication is required, but no
charging racks are installed to provide
the indication.
Telephone coupler
Solution
Using a special software module, pagers can now be set
absent or present by simply dialling an assigned number.
For example - dialling your pager address with numeric
information ‘0’ will set your pager absent, while entering ‘1’
will set your pager present. A telephone coupler connected
to a PABX is used to make a call to set the state of the
relevant pager (i.e. absent or present). If set absent, the
alphadesk will generate an absent pulse (tone) to incoming
callers as though the pager was in a charging rack.
14. MONITORING PAGING ACTIVITY IN DEPARTMENTS
OF A LARGE DEPARTMENT STORE
Application:
System:
Problem:
Requirement:
LARGE DEPARTMENT STORE
LBB 6000.
The management of a large department
store requires a detailed record of the
paging activity in each of its
departments. A database of all paging
activity is to be displayed and printed
out from an easy-to-use graphical
interface.
Microsoft™ Windows 95 based software
with easy to use graphical interface,
providing a database of call logging
activity. The alphadesk PC is to be
networked to a PC running Microsoft™
Windows 95.
Solution
Using a special software module based on the user
friendly graphical interface, Windows ‘95’, a database is
provided to log all paging activity in individual
departments. The paging data is logged by the alphadesk
and gathered by a PC connected through a network
(normally a PC used by the secretary). The statistics
according to the data can be printed out, providing a
professional way of interpreting the paging activity within
the store. Help files are included in the program to
explain user needs.
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15. SECRETARY NEEDS TO BE INFORMED
Application:
System:
Problem:
Requirement:
LARGE OFFICE COMPLEX
LBB 6000.
In a busy working environment, a
secretary has to be informed about the
contents of a priority call, so that coworkers can be informed.
On receipt of a priority call, its contents
are to be displayed in a flashing display.
Solution
Using a special software module, the alphadesk is able to
assign 3-special addresses, each address being assigned to
a specific group, for example - fire service team (1111),
first aid team (2222), and the Security group (3333).
When a call is made from any encoder in the system to
one of the assigned addresses, the alphadesk will show all
the relevant information in a flashing display window.
The secretary for example - may see people running in a
panic but doesn’t know why.
Other people may ask her whats the problem, but she
can’t respond. However, now with this software she can
be informed, and answer any queries that may arise in
future panic situations.
16. INCOMPLETE 5-DIGIT INFORMATION REPRESENTS
FUNCTIONALITY
Application:
System:
Problem:
Requirement:
LARGE OFFICE COMPLEX
LBB 5840.
A telephone call will not be made if the
5-digit information string has not been
entered completely.
When incomplete 5-digit dial
information, has been entered, a
telephone call will be made.
Solution
This application is for use with the LBB5840 telephone
coupler. The LBB 5840 Coupler software has been
modified to allow telephone calls to be accompanied with
incomplete 5-digit information. If no information digits
are entered within 3 seconds of entering the last
information digit, the remaining digits will be replaced
with hyphens (-) and the call transmitted. Within
organisations, the number or lack of hyphens in the 5digit information string can represent certain functions
for example - room or telephone numbers.
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17. PAGING CALL USING SAME NUMBER AS
TELEPHONE EXTENSION NUMBER
Application:
System:
Problem:
Requirement:
LARGE OFFICE COMPLEX
LBB 6000.
To page co-workers with the same
address as their telephone extension
numbers.
To convert telephone extension numbers
to pager addresses.
Solution
In a company, all telephone extension numbers are 5
digits e.g 12345. For the customer it is easier to work with
the paging system, when the pagers have the same
identical address as their telephone extension number.
In this system the user can make a call to a pager with 5address digits via the telephone coupler e.g. 12345. In
reality the telephone coupler makes a call with address
1234 and codinf 5. Via a pre-programmed conversion
table the Special Software in the alphadesk PC will
convert this call to the actual pager address of the person
called e.g. address 2468. It seems therefore for the user ,
that the pager addresses are the same as the 5-digit
telephone extension numbers.
18. PAGER ADDRESS VISIBLE IN DISPLAY
(THIRD GENERATION RECEIVERS)
Application:
System:
Problem:
Requirement:
GOVERNMENT
LBB 6000.
Members of Parliament have grown
accustomed to having the address of
their pagers visible after six seconds of
receiving a call. This function enables the
MP to quickly access the pagers address,
where it might be easily forgotten.
However this function is not available
with third generation receivers’.
To display the pager address after
receiving a call (applicable for third
generation receivers).
Solution
Using a special software module , the called pager will
display the address of the pager holder. After six seconds
when a pager is first called, a repeat call is transmitted
with a silent bleep-code and numeric information. The
numeric information begins with an A followed by the
four address digits. For example - If a call is made to a
receiver with an address of say 1234, with numeric
information (e.g. 24680) the display shows the numeric
information (24680). To display the address the alphadesk
sends a silent repeat call with info A1234, the receiver
now shows the pagers address. A1234 24680 A1234
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19. CALLS MADE VIA A PABX TO AN ALPHADESK
MUST BE REPEATED UNTIL RECEIVED
Application:
System:
Problem:
Requirement:
NSO SWITZERLAND
LBB 6000.
A call made via a PABX to an alphadesk
is only made once, i.e. the RS232
protocol string from the PABX to the
alphadesk is only transmitted once.
A call made from a PABX to an
alphadesk should be repeated until the
call is accepted.
Solution
Using a special software module, a call made from a
telephone central (PABX) to an alphadesk includes a callstring ‘Pager Start’ which is repeated by the alphadesk
until the ‘Pager Stop’ message is received. The repetition
interval is programmable (e.g. every 20 seconds).
20. DISPLAY INTERNATIONAL CHARACTERS
Application:
System:
Problem:
Requirement:
NSO DENMARK
LBB 6503.
For use in different countries, receivers
are limited to the choice of international
characters that they can display.
To convert international characters
initiated from a Fire Alarm system for
display on the system pagers.
Solution
Using a special software module, international character
code sets generated from a ‘black-box’ (e.g. fire alarm
system) can now be converted for viewing on called
receivers. In this example, the paging system is connected
to a Fire Alarm System using its RS232 capability. The fire
alarm system generates Danish characters which are not
available within the international character set of the
receivers. Therefore, if the alarm system generates an
alarm with the Danish character (e.g Æ ) the alphadesk
converts this to AE., which can then be displayed on the
alphanumeric receivers.
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Bosch DP6000 System Industrial
monitoring using Multi-purpose
Coupler LBB 5843/01
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Introduction
In today’s modern industrial complexes effective
communication for people on the move is of vital
importance. It plays a crucial role in ensuring that
incidents or breakdowns are quickly brought under
control. Instant contact to vital maintenance staff, backup groups and emergency services needs to be assured.
The Bosch DP6000 Digital Paging system in combination
with ‘Multi-purpose Coupler (MPC) provides even faster
and better communications between man and machinery
- leading to improved productivity and safety. The
DP6000 system is the ideal communication medium for
industrial sites where machinery process equipment
needs to be monitored 24 hours a day as well as to cover
large areas.
For example - in the event of machine failure, a signal
from the equipment to which the MPC or serial interface
is linked is automatically relayed to assigned paging
receivers so that the necessary preventative action can be
taken.
Call information can be relayed via the pagers by bleep
pattern recognition, light signals, or numeric or
alphanumeric messages. Using the MPC, ALL MPC calls
can be rerouted to a single designate pager. This means
that when a contact is activated the message is routed to a
specially assigned pager. This function is ideally suited for
night shift and weekend working (see fig.2).
The benefits of a DP6000 system include :
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Remote contacts such as door switches, reception pushbuttons, event detectors, and proximity devices can all be
connected, to automatically send a call/message to a
paging receiver or group of receivers. The DP6000 system
can also be linked to other systems such as intercom, fire
detection, machine monitoring and security systems via
an RS232 serial interface.
Communication you can rely on
Possibility to accept remote
contacts to initiate automatic
paging calls when triggered.
On contact activation a paging
call is sent out to a an individual
or group of pager holders
Calls can be repeated for as long
as the contact is activated
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Saving time. Calls to staff can be established at once.
Necessary maintenance equipment can be brought
along when attending the cause of the problem.
Reducing down time. Due to instant and direct paging
contact, machinery down-time can be reduced.
Increasing security Calls will always be directed to the
relevant pager due to an assured call cycle.
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Use of existing contacts
Existing contacts (switches, sensors etc.) in combination
with a Bosch DP6000 system with Multi-purpose coupler
are used. The existing contacts are connected to an MPC
which is designed to reliably interface between the
existing contacts and the DP6000 system.
Multi-purpose coupler (MPC)
The MPC is connected to a dedicated central control
personal computer (alphadesk PC), which provides
operator control for all paging functions, including
paging calls with numeric and alphanumeric messages,
call conversions and call monitoring functions (see fig.1).
The MPC functions as an interface between the
Alphadesk PC and the external contacts, switches, or
sensors etc and includes:
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Each MPC has a maximum of 32 contact inputs and 2
output relay contacts (see Figure 1 and 2). The relays
can be activated by: - activating an input contact communication failure between MPC and the
alphadesk PC - specific call on DP6000 bus line - via
keyboard of alphadesk PC - at the end of a call cycle
Easy to install, a maximum of 31 MPCs can be
connected to the LBB 6000 card located in the
alphadesk PC giving in total a maximum of 992
contact inputs and 62 relay outputs.
The contact inputs can be ‘voltage free’ or 12V DC
Each input contact can be activated by ’opening’,
closing, pulsing or toggling
Optocouplers are used to ensure complete galvanic
isolation of all the circuits from the coupler head.
Bosch
Figure 1: Schematic diagram of DP6000 system with MPC
Multi-purpose Coupler software
The MPC software package (LBB 6501) enables each
contact input of the MPC to be individually programmed
as either a ‘Call’,’Presence’ or ‘Reset input’, or to start a
reroute function or as an input to control the control
relay outputs. Each programmed input determines how
often a call plus information is transmitted, repeated or
whether an assistance or alarm call is transmitted when
the generated call receives no reaction.
Figure 2: MPC reroute function
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Workmode for input contacts
General
In the MPC software LBB 6501/00 each input contact can
be assigned one of eight ‘workmodes’ (see Figure 3).
In addition to providing ‘monitoring facilities, the MPC
can also be used in applications such as health care to
provide ‘Nurse call’ facilities, or indeed anywhere, where
external contacts are available. MPCs can also be
connected to existing fire alarm systems.
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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
HOLD standby OPEN
HOLD standby CLOSED
TOGGLE standby OPEN
TOGGLE standby CLOSED
FOLLOW standby OPEN
FOLLOW standby OPEN
PULSE standby OPEN
PULSE standby CLOSED.
In combination with the MPC and ‘Call logging’ software
package LBB 6505, all MPC activity can be logged onto
the hard disk of the PC and printed when required.
Each contact can be included in a ‘Callcycle’ using the
‘Call cycle editor in the MPC software package LBB 6501.
For further information on possible applications please
contact your local Bosch dealer.
The industrial application is constructed with
components from the range of Bosch DP6000 equipment.
The extensive range of compatible equipment allows
considerable flexibility in Paging system design.
A series of pagers are also available to cover the most
demanding of applications.
Figure 3: MPC Workmode for input contacts
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