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NOTE:
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information and data contained in these Installation and
User Instructions is correct, no rights can be derived
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whether in action of contract, negligence or other
tortious action, arising out of or in connection with the
use of the information provided in these Installation and
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Important Safeguards
Prior to installing or operating this product, always read
the Important Safety Instructions which are available as
a separate document and are packed with all units that
can be connected to the mains.
FCC Requirements Class A
All Praesideo devices are verified to comply according
47 CFR subpart 15 B, Unintentional Radiators. Class A
Digital device, peripherals and external switching power
supplies.
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This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15
of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when
the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation
of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause
harmful interference in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at his own expense.
FCC Notice
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
Modifications
Any modifications made to this device that are not
approved by the manufacturer may void the authority
granted to the user by the FCC to operate this
equipment.
Canada
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la
norme NMB-003 du Canada.
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Table of Contents
1 PRS-CSM Call Station Module ......................................................................................................................5
1.1
Introduction ...............................................................................................................................................................5
1.2
Controls, connectors and indicators .......................................................................................................................6
1.2.1 Back-up supply/Buzzer (1) ..................................................................................................................................7
1.2.2 Microphone/PTT key connection (2) ................................................................................................................7
1.2.3 Loudspeaker/Control Inputs (3) ........................................................................................................................8
1.2.4 Headset/Volume control (4) ...............................................................................................................................8
1.2.5 Control input/outputs (5, 6) ................................................................................................................................9
1.2.6 Keypad interface (X143) ...................................................................................................................................11
1.3
Installation ...............................................................................................................................................................12
1.4
Technical Data ........................................................................................................................................................13
1.4.1 Physical characteristics ......................................................................................................................................13
1.4.2 Climate conditions .............................................................................................................................................13
1.4.3 EMC and Safety .................................................................................................................................................13
1.4.4 Mean time between failures ............................................................................................................................13
1.4.5 System bus ..........................................................................................................................................................13
1.4.6 Backup power supply ........................................................................................................................................13
1.4.7 Microphone ........................................................................................................................................................13
1.4.8 Loudspeaker .......................................................................................................................................................13
1.4.9 Headset ...............................................................................................................................................................14
1.4.10 Controls ............................................................................................................................................................14
1.4.11 Buzzer ................................................................................................................................................................14
2 PRS-CSRM Remote Call Station Module .................................................................................................15
2.1
Introduction .............................................................................................................................................................15
2.2
Controls, connectors and indicators .....................................................................................................................16
2.2.1 Back-up supply/Buzzer (1) ................................................................................................................................17
2.2.2 Microphone/PTT key connection (2) ..............................................................................................................17
2.2.3 Loudspeaker/Control inputs (3) .......................................................................................................................17
2.2.4 Headset/Volume control (4) .............................................................................................................................18
2.2.5 Control input/outputs (5, 6) ..............................................................................................................................19
2.2.6 Keypad interface (X1) .......................................................................................................................................21
2.3
Installation ...............................................................................................................................................................22
2.4
Technical Data ........................................................................................................................................................23
2.4.1 Physical characteristics ......................................................................................................................................23
2.4.2 Climate conditions .............................................................................................................................................23
2.4.3 Electromagnetic compatibility ..........................................................................................................................23
2.4.4 Mean time between failures ............................................................................................................................23
2.4.5 Call station interface ..........................................................................................................................................23
2.4.6 Backup power supply ........................................................................................................................................23
2.4.7 Microphone ........................................................................................................................................................23
2.4.8 Loudspeaker .......................................................................................................................................................23
2.4.9 Headset ...............................................................................................................................................................24
2.4.10 Controls ............................................................................................................................................................24
2.4.11 Buzzer ................................................................................................................................................................24
3 PRS-CSKPM Call Station Keypad Module ..............................................................................................25
3.1
Introduction .............................................................................................................................................................25
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3.2
Controls, connectors and indicators .....................................................................................................................26
3.2.1 Key inputs (1) .....................................................................................................................................................27
3.2.2 Control outputs (2) ............................................................................................................................................27
3.2.3 Keypad interface (X5, X6) ................................................................................................................................28
3.2.4 ID selector (S9) ..................................................................................................................................................29
3.3
Installation ...............................................................................................................................................................30
3.3.1 Connecting the PRS-CSKPM to other modules ............................................................................................31
3.4
Technical data .........................................................................................................................................................32
3.4.1 Physical characteristics ......................................................................................................................................32
3.4.2 Climate conditions ...........................................................................................................................................32
3.4.3 EMC and Safety .................................................................................................................................................32
3.4.4 Mean time between failures ............................................................................................................................32
3.4.5 System bus ..........................................................................................................................................................32
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PRS-CSM Call Station
Module
1.1
Introduction
The PRS-CSM Call Station Module can be used to
make custom-made call stations (e.g. an emergency call
station). The module uses a built-in limiter and speech
filter for improved intelligibility. The module has a
metal housing for easy mounting and stacking in
cabinets, and screw connectors for easy interconnection
to microphone, loudspeaker, switch and indicators. See
figure 1.1 for a block diagram of the call station module.
Headset
Keypad
Keypad
(max. 16)
Loudspeaker
Microphone
A/D
Network
Processor
+
DSP
PTT
Control Inputs
D/A
I
Volume
Power
O
Fault
Call Status
POF
POF
Emergency
Network
Redundancy
Switching
System Fault
Buzzer
figure 1.1: Block diagram PRS-CSM
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Controls, connectors and
indicators
The call station module contains the following
connections (see figure 1.2 and figure 1.3):
1
Back-up supply/Buzzer - Besides powering the
call station module via the system network
connector (7), it can also be powered externally
from a back-up power supply via this connector
(see section 1.2.1). On this connector also a
buzzer can be connected.
2
Microphone/PTT key - The microphone input
is used to connect a microphone and a PressTo-Talk (PTT) switch (see section 1.2.2).
3
Loudspeaker/Control Inputs - The loudspeaker
is meant for listening to chimes, pre-recorded
messages and alarms (see section 1.2.3)
activated by a PTT key of the call station or one
of its keypads (see section 47.3.3 of the IUI
Praesideo 4.0). This connector also provides
1
2
4
5, 6
7
two control inputs, e.g. to accept fault outputs
from a backup power supply.
Headset/Volume control potentiometer - This
connector provides the possibility to connect a
headset and a volume control potentiometer to
the call station module (see section 1.2.4).This
potentiometer also controls the volume of a
loudspeaker connected to 3.
Control input/outputs - The control input and
five control outputs on these two connectors act
in a similar way as the PTT key and LEDs on
the LBB4430/00 Call Station Basic (see section
1.2.5).
System bus - Two system bus connectors to
connect the call station module to other
Praesideo equipment. Both connectors are
interchangeable.
3
4
5
6
24V Buzz
Mic
PTT
Lsp CI 1 CI 2
Hmic Vol Hlsp
PTT Pwr Fault
Syst
Call Emg Fault
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12
+
+
figure 1.2: PRS-CSM installer front view
Note
All cables connected to 1 to 6 must be less than 3
meter in length.
7
Network
1
48V
2
48V
figure 1.3: PRS-CSM system front view
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Back-up supply/Buzzer (1)
This 4-pin connector provides the input for a backup
power supply and a buzzer. Typically a 24V supply is
used, but a voltage in the range 18..56V is allowed.
A buzzer can be connected here for fault and alarm
notification. A low voltage type buzzer must be used
that can operate on 3V. Suitable models are the Mallory
PK-20A35EWQ or Alan Butcher Components ABI-004RC.
table 1.1: Back-up supply/buzzer connector details
Pin
Signal
1
Back-up supply (+)
2
Back-up supply (GND)
3
Buzzer (+)
4
Buzzer (-)
1.2.2
Microphone/PTT key connection
(2)
This 6-pin connector provides the connection for a
microphone and a PTT key. The following dynamic
microphones are suited for use with the module:
• LBB9081 Hand-held Dynamic Microphone
(including resistors for switch supervision).
• LBB9082 Gooseneck Dynamic Microphone.
table 1.2: Microphone/PTT key connector details
Pin
Signal
1
Mic +
2
GND
3
Mic 4
--- not connected --5
PTT input contact
6
GND
10k:
red
white
black
1
3
2
figure 1.5: LBB9082 connection diagram
For the selection of the microphone type, a jumper on
X149/X150 is used. To get access to this jumper,
remove the top cover (see also section 3.3). For the
location of X149 and X150 on the PCB see figure 1.13.
Jumper settings:
1
2
3
Microphone selection via
configuration webpage
1
2
1
2
3
Dynamic microphone
1
2
1
2
3
Electret microphone
1
blue
5
black
6
red
1
white
3
2
10k:
black
(thick)
2
figure 1.4: LBB9081 connection diagram
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Loudspeaker/Control Inputs (3)
This 6-pin connector provides the connection to a
loudspeaker and to two control inputs.
table 1.3: Loudspeaker/ Control Input connector details
Pin
Signal
1
Speaker +
2
Speaker 3
Control input 1
4
Return control input 1
5
Control input 2
6
Return control input 2
The control inputs can be configured to act on contact
make or on contact break (see section 43.4.7 of the IUI
Praesidio 4.0). It is also possible to supervise the cables
for short-circuits and open connections (see figure 1.6
and figure 1.7). Whether a control input is actually
supervised or not is defined in the configuration.
RTN
Control input
10k:
10k:
figure 1.6: Supervised control input
RTN
Control input
Warning
Do not connect DC or AC signals to the control
inputs, otherwise the input circuit may be
damaged. Only use voltage-free contacts.
Note
Do not combine control input wires of multiple
control inputs (e.g. do not use a common return
wire).
1.2.4
Headset/Volume control (4)
This 6-pin connector provides the connection to the
headset and the volume control. This volume control
also controls the volume of the loudspeaker connected
to connection 3.
A linear potentionmeter R (typical value: 100 kohm) is
used to create a control voltage from the supply voltage.
If a volume control is not needed, pin 2 and 3 must be
connected to each other. The volume level of the
earphone or loudspeaker is then at its maximum.
table 1.4: Headset/Volume Control connector details
Pin
Signal
1
Headset (mic +)
2
GND (mic -)
3
Volume control voltage
4
3.3 V supply output
5
GND (earphone -)
6
Earphone +
1
Microphone
2
3
R
Volume
Headset
4
5
Earphone
figure 1.7: Non-supervised control input
6
figure 1.8: Headset connection diagram
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Control input/outputs (5, 6)
These two 6-pin connectors provide the connection of
one control input for the PTT key and five control
outputs for indicator LEDs.
Warning
Do not connect DC or AC signals to the control
inputs, otherwise the input circuit may be
damaged. Only use voltage-free contacts.
table 1.5: Control inputs/outputs connector details
Pin
Signal
1
PTT input contact
2
GND
3
LED Power Indicator +/anode
4
LED Power Indicator -/cathode
5
LED Fault Indicator +/anode
6
LED Fault Indicator -/cathode
7
LED Call Status Indicator +/anode
8
LED Call Status Indicator -/cathode
9
LED Emergency Indicator +/anode
10
LED Emergency Indicator -/cathode
11
LED System Fault Indicator +/anode
12
LED System Fault Indicator -/cathode
PTT Input
Contact
10 kΩ
5V
10 kΩ
10 kΩ
GND
figure 1.9: Press-to-talk (PTT) key
The PTT input contact on this connector is in parallel
with the PTT input contact on connector 2. Use only
one of them.
See figure 1.9 for a connection diagram. The two
resistors must be placed in the circuit, because the
contact is always supervised by the system software.
In figure 1.10 the LED driver circuit is shown.
Typical colors for the indicator LEDs are:
• Green for power and call status indicators;
• Yellow for fault and system fault indicators;
• Red for the emergency indicator.
+5V, 30 mA
330:
330:
3
Pwr
11
Emg
8
62V
330:
9
Call
6
62V
330:
7
Fault
4
62V
330:
5
Syst
fault
10
62V
12
62V
figure 1.10: Internally powered LEDs
Pwr: Power indicator
Fault: Fault indicator
Call: Call status indicator
Emg: Emergency indicator
Syst Fault: System fault indicator
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It is also possible to connect an externally powered
lamp or LED (see figure 1.11), or an externally powered
relay (see figure 1.12). Use pin 2 of connector 5 as GND.
I < 100 mA
R
Max. 56V
LED
indicator -/cathode
GND
figure 1.11: Externally powered LED
The value of resistor R in figure 1.10 depends on the
voltage of the external source, the forward voltage of the
LED and the current flowing through the LED:
Vsource – Vforward
R = --------------------------------------------I
For example, the voltage of the external source is 24 V,
the forward voltage of the LED is 2 V and the current
flowing through the LED is 10 mA, then:
24 – 2 R = -------------------= 2200 ( Ω )
–3
10 ⋅ 10
I < 100 mA
Max. 56V
LED
indicator -/cathode
GND
figure 1.12: Externally powered relay
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Keypad interface (X143)
Additional keypads or keypad modules can be
connected to this call station module via a 16-postion
flatcable, connected to X143. This flatcable is supplied
with each keypad or keypad module.
Up to 16 keypads and/or keypad modules can be
connected in series (loop through). See also section 3.3
X143
1. 2.
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. .
. .
. .
. .
15 16
.
X149 1 3
X150 1 2
figure 1.13: Component side PCB of the PRS-CSM
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Installation
The call station module is fitted with brackets and screw
holes for easy installation. See figure 1.14.
Make sure to leave enough space for the cables and the
connectors.
Especially the minimum bend radius of the Praesideo
network cables must be observed (see section 31.6 of the
IUI Praesidio 4.0).
183
4.2
19.2
38.4
174
*
*
37
90
164
162
174
42.6
figure 1.14: PRS-CSM installation dimensions
*: the exact layout depends on the module type
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1.4
Technical Data
1.4.1
Physical characteristics
1.4.6
Dimensions (H x W x D):
43 x 183 x 164 mm
Weight:
0.8 kg
1.4.2
EMC and Safety
Electromagnetic compatibility:
EN55103-1/FCC-47 part 15B
EN55103-2
EN50121-4
EN50130-4
Electrical safety:
IEC60065 (CB-scheme)
EN60065
Approvals:
CE marking
EN60849, EN54-16 and ISO7240-16
IEC60945
1.4.4
Microphone
Microphone input sensitivity:
-55 dBV (balanced)
Input control range:
-7 to 8 dB
S/N:
min. 60 dB at rated sensitivity
Headroom:
min. 30 dB at rated sensitivity
Bandwidth:
340 to 14000 Hz (-3 dB ref. 1 kHz)
Supervision limits:
180 to 14000 ohm (dynamic microphone)
0.2 to 4.8 mA (electret microphone)
Temperature:
-5 to +55 °C (operating, guaranteed)
-15 to +55 °C (operating, sample tested)
-20 to +70 °C (non-operating)
Relative humidity:
15 to 90%, non-condensing (operating)
5 to 95%, non-condensing (non-operating)
Air pressure:
600 to 1100 hPa
1.4.3
Backup voltage:
18 to 56 V(DC)
No fault reporting when > 20 V
Backup current:
max. 2 A (with maximum number of keypads)
1.4.7
Climate conditions
Backup power supply
1.4.8
Loudspeaker
Impedance:
8 to 32 ohm
Signal/Noise ratio:
typical 80 dB ± 3 dB at max. output
Output power:
typical 100 mW, max. 300 mW
Mean time between failures
Expected lifetime:
50,000 hours at +55 °C
MTBF:
500,000 hours
(based on real warranty return rate data)
1.4.5
System bus
Power supply via network:
18 to 56V (DC)
No fault reporting when >20V
Network power consumption:
6.2 W (excluding keypads)
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Headset
1.4.10
Mic. input sensitivity:
-44 dBV
Input sensitivity control range:
-7 to 8 dB
Microphone current for headset detection:
0.15 to 0.8 mA
Signal/Noise:
60 dB at rated sensitivity (microphone)
80 dB (earphone)
Earphone impedance:
min. 16 ohm (typical 32 W)
Crosstalk (earphone to microphone):
max. -40 dB
Bandwidth:
340 to 14000 Hz (-3dB ref. 1 kHz)
Output power:
0.1 to 30 mW (typical 1 mW)
Volume control voltage:
0 to 3.3 V
Controls
Loudspeaker and headset volume
Volume control voltage:
0 to 3.3 V
Control input 1, 2 and PTT input contact
Resistance detection (supervision enabled):
Cable short circuit
< 2.5 kohm
Contact closed
7.5 kohm to12 kohm
Contact open
17.5 kohm to 22 kohm
Cable broken
> 27 kohm
Resistance detection (supervision disabled):
Contact closed
< 12 kohm
Contact open
> 17.5 kohm
Control outputs
Output type:
open collector/drain
Internal output supply current:
max. 10 mA (per pin)
max. 30 mA
(in total max. 3 LEDs are simultaneously on)
Output voltage:
max. 56 V (per pin)
Output sink current:
max. 100 mA per output switch pin
1.4.11
Buzzer
Buzzer voltage:
3.3V
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PRS-CSRM Remote Call
Station Module
2.1
Introduction
The PRS-CSRM Remote Call Station Module can be
used to make custom-made remote call stations (e.g. a
remote emergency call station). The module uses a
built-in limiter and speech filter for improved
intelligibillity. The module has a metal housing for easy
mounting and stacking in cabinets, and screw
connectors for easy interconnection to microphone,
loudspeaker, switch and indicators. See figure 2.1 for a
block diagram of the remote call station module.
Headset
Keypad
Keypad
(max. 16)
Loudspeaker
Microphone
A/D
Network
Processor
+
DSP
PTT
Control Inputs
D/A
I
Volume
Power
O
Fault
Call Status
Emergency
Cat-5
Network
Redundancy
Switching
System Fault
Buzzer
figure 2.1: Block diagram PRS-CSRM
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Controls, connectors and
indicators
The remote call station module contains the following
connections (see figure 2.2 and figure 2.3):
1
Back-up supply/Buzzer - Besides powering the
call station module via the system network
connector (7), it can also be powered externally
from a back-up power supply via this connector
(see section 2.2.1). On this connector also a
buzzer can be connected.
2
Microphone/PTT key - The microphone input
is used to connect a microphone and a PressTo-Talk (PTT) switch (see section 2.2.2)
3
Loudspeaker/Control Inputs - The loudspeaker
is meant for listening to chimes, pre-recorded
messages and alarms (see section 2.2.3)
activated by a PTT key of the call station or one
of its keypads (see section 47.3.3 of the IUI
Praesideo 4.0). This connector also provides
1
2
4
5, 6
7
8
two control inputs, e.g. to accept fault outputs
from a backup power supply.
Headset/Volume control potentiometer - This
connector provides the possibility to connect a
headset and a volume control potentiometer to
the call station module (see section 2.2.4).This
potentiometer also controls the volume of a
loudspeaker connected to 3.
Control input/outputs - The control input and
five control outputs on these two connectors act
in a similar way as the PTT key and LEDs on
the LBB4430/00 Call Station Basic (see section
2.2.5).
PRS-CSI connection - An RJ45 connector to
connect the remote call station module to a call
station interface via a straight Cat-5 cable.
Factory test connector.
3
4
5
6
24V Buzz
Mic
PTT
Lsp CI 1 CI 2
Hmic Vol Hlsp
PTT Pwr Fault
Syst
Call Emg Fault
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12
+
+
figure 2.2: PRS-CSRM installer front view
Caution
Do not connect the connector 7 to any Telecom or
Ethernet network. This connection is dedicated for
PRS-CSI only.
Note
All cables connected to 1 to 6 must be less than 3
meter in length.
8
Service
7
CSI
48V
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Back-up supply/Buzzer (1)
This 4-pin connector provides the input for a backup
power supply and a buzzer. Typically a 24V supply is
used, but a voltage in the range 18..56V is allowed.
A buzzer can be connected here for fault and alarm
notification. A low voltage type buzzer must be used
that can operate on 3V. Suitable models are the Mallory
PK-20A35EWQ or Alan Butcher Components ABI-004RC.
table 2.1: Back-up supply/buzzer connector details
Pin
Signal
1
Back-up supply (+)
2
Back-up supply (GND)
3
Buzzer (+)
4
Buzzer (-)
2.2.2
Microphone/PTT key connection
(2)
This 6-pin connector provides the connection for a
microphone and a PTT key. The following dynamic
microphones are suited for use with the module:
• LBB9081 Hand-held Dynamic Microphone
(including resistors for switch supervision).
• LBB9082 Gooseneck Dynamic Microphone.
red
white
black
1
3
2
figure 2.5: LBB9082 connection diagram
For the selection of the microphone type, a jumper on
X300 is used. To get access to this jumper, remove the
top cover (see also section 3.3). For the location of X300
on the PCB see section 2.2.6.
Jumper settings:
1
2
3
Dynamic microphone
1
2
3
Electret microphone
table 2.2: Microphone/PTT key connector details
Pin
Signal
1
Mic +
2
GND
3
Mic 4
--- not connected --5
PTT input contact
6
GND
10k:
2.2.3
blue
5
black
6
red
1
white
3
10k:
black
(thick)
Loudspeaker/Control inputs (3)
This 6-pin connector provides the connection to a
loudspeaker and to two control inputs.
2
table 2.3: Loudspeaker/ Control Input connector details
Pin
Signal
1
Speaker +
2
Speaker 3
Control input 1
4
Return control input
5
Control input 2
6
Return control input
The control inputs can be configured to act on contact
make or on contact break (see section 43.4.7 of the IUI
Praesideo 4.0). It is also possible to supervise the cables
for short-circuits and open connections (see figure 2.6
and figure 2.7). Whether a control input is actually
supervised or not, is defined in the configuration.
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2.2.4
RTN
This 6-pin connector provides the connection to the
headset and the volume control. This volume control
also controls the volume of the loudspeaker connected
to connection 3.
A logarithmic potentionmeter R (typical value: 100
kohm) is used to attenuate the audio signal.
If a volume control is not needed, pin 3 and 4 must be
connected to each other. The volume level of the
earphone or loudspeaker is then at its maximum.
Control input
10k:
table 2.4: Headset/Volume Control connector details
Pin
Signal
1
Headset (mic +)
2
GND (mic -)
3
Audio-in from volume control
4
Audio-out to volume control
5
GND (earphone -)
6
Earphone +
10k:
figure 2.6: Supervised control input
RTN
Headset/Volume control (4)
Control input
1
Microphone
2
3
R
Volume
Headset
4
5
Earphone
figure 2.7: Non-supervised control input
6
Warning
Do not connect DC or AC signals to the control
inputs, otherwise the input circuit may be
damaged. Only use voltage-free contacts.
figure 2.8: Headset connection diagram
Note
Do not combine control input wires of multiple
control inputs (e.g. do not use a common return
wire).
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Control input/outputs (5, 6)
These two 6-pin connectors provide the connection of
one control input for the PTT key and five control
outputs for indicator LEDs.
Warning
Do not connect DC or AC signals to the control
inputs, otherwise the input circuit may be
damaged. Only use voltage-free contacts.
table 2.5: Control inputs/outputs connector details
Pin
Signal
1
PTT input contact
2
GND
3
LED Power Indicator +/anode
4
LED Power Indicator -/cathode
5
LED Fault Indicator +/anode
6
LED Fault Indicator -/cathode
7
LED Call Status Indicator +/anode
8
LED Call Status Indicator -/cathode
9
LED Emergency Indicator +/anode
10
LED Emergency Indicator -/cathode
11
LED System Fault Indicator +/anode
12
LED System Fault Indicator -/cathode
PTT Input
Contact
10 kΩ
5V
10 kΩ
10 kΩ
GND
figure 2.9: Press-to-talk (PTT) key
The PTT input contact on this connector is in parallel
with the PTT input contact on connector 2. Use only
one of them.
See figure 2.9 for a connection diagram. The two
resistors must be placed in the circuit, because the
contact is always supervised by the system software.
In figure 2.10 the LED driver circuit is shown.
Typical colors for the indicator LEDs are:
• Green for power and call status indicators;
• Yellow for fault and system fault indicators;
• Red for the emergency indicator.
+5V, 30 mA
330:
330:
3
Pwr
11
Emg
8
62V
330:
9
Call
6
62V
330:
7
Fault
4
62V
330:
5
Syst
fault
10
62V
12
62V
figure 2.10: Internally powered LEDs
Pwr: Power indicator
Fault: Fault indicator
Call: Call status indicator
Emg: Emergency indicator
Syst Fault: System fault indicator
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It is also possible to connect an externally powered
lamp or LED (see figure 2.11), or an externally powered
relay (see figure 2.12). Use pin 2 of connector 5 as GND.
I < 100 mA
R
Max. 56V
LED
indicator -/cathode
GND
figure 2.11: Externally powered LED
The value of resistor R in figure 2.10 depends on the
voltage of the external source, the forward voltage of the
LED and the current flowing through the LED:
Vsource – Vforward
R = --------------------------------------------I
For example, the voltage of the external source is 24 V,
the forward voltage of the LED is 2 V and the current
flowing through the LED is 10 mA, then:
24 – 2 R = -------------------= 2200 ( Ω )
–3
10 ⋅ 10
I < 100 mA
Max. 56V
LED
indicator -/cathode
GND
figure 2.12: Externally powered relay
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Keypad interface (X1)
Additional keypads or keypad modules can be
connected to this call station module via a 16-postion
flatcable, connected to X1. This flatcable is supplied
with each keypad or keypad module.
Up to 16 keypads and/or keypad modules can be
connected in series (loop through). See also section 3.3.
X1
1. 2.
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
15 16
.
X300
1 3
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Installation
The remote call station module is fitted with brackets
and screw holes for easy installation. See figure 2.14.
Make sure to leave enough space for the cables and the
connectors.
183
4.2
19.2
38.4
174
*
*
37
90
164
162
174
42.6
figure 2.14: PRS-CSRM installation dimensions
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2.4
Technical Data
2.4.1
Physical characteristics
2.4.5
Dimensions (H x W x D):
43 x 183 x 164 mm
Weight:
0.8 kg
2.4.2
Climate conditions
Temperature:
-5 to +55 °C (operating, guaranteed)
-15 to +55 °C (operating, sample tested)
-20 to +70 °C (non-operating)
Relative humidity:
15 to 90%, non-condensing (operating)
5 to 95%, non-condensing (non-operating)
Air pressure:
600 to 1100 hPa
2.4.3
Mean time between failures
Expected lifetime:
50,000 hours at +55 °C
MTBF:
500,000 hours
(based on real warranty return rate data)
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Backup voltage:
18 to 56 V(DC)
No fault reporting when > 20 V
Backup current:
max. 2 A (with maximum number of keypads)
2.4.7
Electromagnetic compatibility:
EN55103-1/FCC-47 part 15B
EN55103-2
EN50121-4
EN50130-4
Electrical safety:
IEC60065 (CB-scheme)
EN60065
Approvals:
CE marking
EN60849, EN54-16 and ISO7240-16
IEC60945
2.4.4
Connector:
RJ45
Cable type:
Cat-5 (4x twisted pair, straight)
Maximum cable length:
1000 m
Power supply via network:
18 to 56 V(DC)
No fault reporting when >20V
Network power consumption:
4 W at 48 V (excluding keypads)
2.4.6
Electromagnetic compatibility
Call station interface
Microphone
Microphone input sensitivity:
-55 dBV (balanced)
Input control range:
-7 to 8 dB
S/N:
min. 60 dB at rated sensitivity
Headroom:
min. 30 dB at rated sensitivity
Bandwidth:
340 to 14000 Hz (-3dB ref. 1 kHz)
Supervision limits:
180 to 14000 ohm (dynamic microphone)
0.2 to 4.8 mA (electret microphone)
2.4.8
Loudspeaker
Impedance:
8 to 32 ohm
Signal/Noise ratio:
typical 80 dB ± 3 dB at max. output
Output power:
typical 100 mW, max. 300 mW
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Headset
2.4.10
Mic. input sensitivity:
-44 dBV
Input sensitivity control range:
-7 to 8 dB
Microphone current for headset detection:
> 0.15 mA
Signal/Noise:
60 dB at rated sensitivity (microphone)
80 dB (earphone)
Earphone impedance:
min. 16 ohm (typical 32 W)
Crosstalk (earphone to microphone):
max. -40 dB
Bandwidth:
340 to 14000 Hz (-3dB ref. 1 kHz)
Output power:
0.1 to 30 mW (typical 1 mW)
Controls
Loudspeaker and headset volume
Volume control potentionmeter:
100 kohm logarithmic (typical)
Control input 1, 2 and PTT input contact
Resistance detection (supervision enabled):
Cable short circuit
< 2.5 kohm
Contact closed
7.5 kohm to12 kohm
Contact open
17.5 kohm to 22 kohm
Cable broken
> 27 kohm
Resistance detection (supervision disabled):
Contact closed
< 12 kohm
Contact open
> 17.5 kohm
Control outputs
Output type:
open collector/drain
Internal output supply current:
max. 10 mA (per pin)
max. 30 mA
(in total max. 3 LEDs are simultaneously on)
Output voltage:
max. 56 V (per pin)
Output sink current:
max. 100 mA per output switch pin
2.4.11
Buzzer
Buzzer voltage:
3.3V
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PRS-CSKPM Call
Station Keypad Module
3.1
Introduction
The PRS-CSKPM Call Station Keypad Module can be
used to add keys and indicators to a custom-made call
station based on the PRS-CSM (see section 1) or the
PRS-SCRM (see section 2). The module has a metal
housing for easy mounting and stacking in cabinets, and
screw connectors for easy interconnection to switches
and indicators. See figure 3.1 for a block diagram of the
call station keypad module.
For each key input, two LEDs are available as status
indicators (LED1 and LED2).
Call station or
previous keypad
Next keypad
CI 1
1
CI 2
2
CI 3
3
CI 4
4
CI 5
Control
5
CI 6
6
CI 7
7
CI 8
8
L1
L2
L1
L2
L1
L2
L1
L2
L1
L2
L1
L2
L1
L2
L1
L2
ID
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Controls, connectors and
indicators
The call station keypad module contains the
connections (see figure 3.2):
1
Key inputs - The key inputs act in a similar way
as the keys on the
2
LBB4432/00 Call Station Keypad (see
section 3.2.1).
Control outputs - The control outputs act in a
similar way as the LEDs on the LBB4432/00
Call Station Keypad (see section 3.2.2).
1
2
LED 2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 (1..8)
Control In
CI 1 CI 2 CI 3 CI 4 CI 5 CI 6 CI 7 CI 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
LED 1
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1..8)
figure 3.2: PRS-CSKPM installer front view
Caution
Disconnect the system cable from the call station
(module) and back-up supplies before you connect
a keypad to it. Connecting a keypad to a powered
(remote) call station can damage the (remote) call
station.
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Key inputs (1)
3.2.2
The interface for key inputs consists of a connector with
16 positions. These control inputs are not supervised.
table 3.1: Control inputs connector details
Pin
Signal
1
Key input 1, contact
2
Key input 1, return
3
Key input 2, contact
4
Key input 2, return
5
Key input 3, contact
6
Key input 3, return
7
Key input 4, contact
8
Key input 4, return
9
Key input 5, contact
10
Key input 5, return
11
Key input 6, contact
12
Key input 6, return
13
Key input 7, contact
14
Key input 7, return
15
Key input 8, contact
16
Key input 8, return
Key input X, contact
10 k:
3.3V
GND
Key input X, return
figure 3.3: Input connection diagram
Control outputs (2)
The interface for indicators consists of a double row
connector with 2 x 16 postions.
table 3.2: X810 connector details
Pin
Signal
Top row
1
LED 2 indicator 1 +/anode
2
LED 2 indicator 1 -/cathode
3
LED 2 indicator 2 +/anode
4
LED 2 indicator 2 -/cathode
5
LED 2 indicator 3 +/anode
6
LED 2 indicator 3 -/cathode
7
LED 2 indicator 4 +/anode
8
LED 2 indicator 4 -/cathode
9
LED 2 indicator 5 +/anode
10
LED 2 indicator 5 -/cathode
11
LED 2 indicator 6 +/anode
12
LED 2 indicator 6 -/cathode
13
LED 2 indicator 7 +/anode
14
LED 2 indicator 7 -/cathode
15
LED 2 indicator 8 +/anode
16
LED 2 indicator 8 -/cathode
Bottom row
17
LED 1 indicator 1 +/anode
18
LED 1 indicator 1 -/cathode
19
LED 1 indicator 2 +/anode
20
LED 1 indicator 2 -/cathode
21
LED 1 indicator 3 +/anode
22
LED 1 indicator 3 -/cathode
23
LED 1 indicator 4 +/anode
24
LED 1 indicator 4 -/cathode
25
LED 1 indicator 5 +/anode
26
LED 1 indicator 5 -/cathode
27
LED 1 indicator 6 +/anode
28
LED 1 indicator 6 -/cathode
29
LED 1 indicator 7 +/anode
30
LED 1 indicator 7 -/cathode
31
LED 1 indicator 8 +/anode
32
LED 1 indicator 8 -/cathode
These outputs are used for the indication of the zone
status. See sections 47.3.32 and 47.3.33 of the IUI
Praesideo 4.0 for detailed information.
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LED indicator
+/anode
I < 22 mA
150 :
3.3V
Note
The maximum total load for all control outputs
together should be <64 mA.
3.2.3
Keypad interface (X5, X6)
A keypad module can be connected to a call station or a
call station module, or connected to a previous keypad
module. For the interconnection a 16-postion flatcable is
used, supplied with the keypad module. Up to 16
keypads and/or keypad modules can be connected in
series (loop through).
The connectors X5 and X6 are in parallel, so either one
of them can be used as incoming or outgoing
interconnection.
LED indicator
-/cathode
figure 3.4: Internally powered LED
By replacing the LED with an optocoupler, external
loads can be switched, powered from an external
power supply.
1
+
+
-
+
+
-
X5
1. 2.
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
15 16
X811
4
6
2
X6
1. 2.
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
15 16
A
E
C
8
S9
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ID selector (S9)
It is possible to connect:
• Up to 16 call station keypads to a (remote) call
station.
• Up to 15 call station keypads and one numeric
keypad (PRS-CSNKP) to a (remote) call station.
For communication between the call station and its
keypads, the correct ID must be assigned to each
keypad using the ID selector (see figure 3.5, no. S9 and
figure 3.6).
The ID of a keypad depends on its position in the array
of keypads. The first keypad has ID 0, the next 1, and so
on up to F for the sixteenth keypad (hexadecimal
notation).
E
2
C
4
A
8
6
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Installation
The call station module is fitted with brackets and screw
holes for easy installation. See figure 3.7.
183
4.2
19.2
38.4
174
*
*
37
90
164
162
174
42.6
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Connecting the PRS-CSKPM to
other modules
To connect a keypad module to an other module:
1 Remove the screws (A) of each module and slide the
top cover (B) off (see figure 3.8).
Make sure that you keep the screws (A) for later use.
5 Guide the flatcable to the other module (see figure
3.10 or figure 3.12) and insert the grommet into the
knock-out hole.
6 Connect the flatcable to the other PCB.
X6
X5
X6
X5
X6
X5
B
A
(2x)
figure 3.10: Flatcable guidance (stacked modules)
figure 3.8: Module cover removal
2 Remove the cable entry knock-outs (C) for the
grommets in the modules (see figure 3.9). This
depends on the way you want to position the
modules (stacked, see figure 3.10 or next to each
other, see figure 3.12).
3 Put the grommet (D) on the flatcables (E).
4 Connect the flatcable to the PCB.
7 Put the upper module on top of the lower module
(see figure 3.11).
Slide the upper module into the spring clamp (F)
8 Place and tighten the screws (A)
Use the screws of the cover that you removed.
9 Install the cover on the upper module.
.
D
A
E
(2x)
C
C
F
X6
X5
figure 3.11: Module stacking
figure 3.9: Knock-out removal
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X6
X6
X5
X5
figure 3.12: Flatcable guidance (modules next to each other)
When the modules are not stacked, but mounted next to
each other, put the top covers back on all modules (see
figure 3.12).
3.4
Technical data
3.4.1
Physical characteristics
Dimensions (H x W x D):
43 x 183 x 164 mm
Weight:
0.8 kg
Max. flat cable length:
5 m (for all keypads together)
Max. wire length:
5 m (for all inputs and outputs)
3.4.2
Climate conditions
Temperature:
-5 to +55 °C (operating, guaranteed)
-15 to +55 °C (operating, sample tested)
-20 to +70 °C (non-operating)
Relative humidity:
15 to 90%, non-condensing (operating)
5 to 95%, non-condensing (non-operating)
Air pressure:
600 to 1100 hPa
3.4.3
3.4.4
Mean time between failures
Expected lifetime:
50,000 hours at +55 °C
MTBF:
500,000 hours
(based on real warranty return rate data)
3.4.5
System bus
Power supply via network:
18 to 56V (DC)
No fault reporting when >20V
Network power consumption:
1.2 W
EMC and Safety
Electromagnetic compatibility:
EN55103-1/FCC-47 part 15B
EN55103-2
EN50121-4
EN50130-4
Electrical safety:
IEC60065 (CB-scheme)
EN60065
Approvals:
CE marking
EN60849, EN54-16 and ISO7240-16
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