Beam | Terra 800 | Installation guide | Beam Terra 800 Installation guide

1. Terra 800 Equipment Overview
Back panel connectors
11.
Mini USB port
10.
Function keypad
9.
Side SIM card port
(full size rapid user)
8.
Dial keypad
7.
Screen display
6.
Status LED
5.
Microphone
4.
Speaker
3.
Privacy handset
2.
Interchangeable mounting cup
(spring or springless)
1.
a. RJ9 privacy handset
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10
11
e. Ring alert / audio system mute
a
b
c
d
e
The Side SIM port can be used on its own, or in addition to the rear port.
REAR SIM CARD
SIDE SIM CARD
2. SIM Installation
If your Service Provider has not installed the SIM card for you, follow
these steps to install.
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b. RJ11/POTS interface
c. Auxiliary device port
d. DC power and accessory input
Quick Start Guide
Terra 800
1. Turn the Terminal’s source of power
OFF. Failure to turn it OFF can result in
corruption of your SIM card memory.
2. The Rear SIM is accessed from the rear
of the terminal. Undo the screw and
remove the cover.
The SIM will automatically register on
the SIM service of the Side SIM.
4.
Power the terminal back ON.
3.
Close the SIM door, and ensure that it
“clicks” shut. This indicates the water
resistant seal has been engaged.
2.
Insert the SIM with gold contacts
facing down
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3.
Information: info@beamcommunications.com
Support: support@beamcommunications.com
NOTE
Tel: +61 3 8588 4500
Gold contacts on SIM must be facing downwards.
Fax: +61 3 9560 9055
3. The SIM connector is shown highlighted
below. Slide the tray guide into the open
position with your finger or thumb.
The Side SIM Port only accepts full size SIM. If required, you can refit your SIM
to the outer card using adhesive tape as illustrated below:
4.
4. Once opened, raise the SIM tray as shown
below.
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5. Gently insert the SIM card into the tray slots
making sure that the golden contacts are
facing downwards.
5.
6. Lower the tray and slide the tray guide into
the lock position.
7. Replace the SIM cover, and tighten the
screw.
7. Terra 800 Dial Keypad
3. Access to rear connector bay
For the Terra 800, the external cable interfaces
are at the rear of the terminal. The cover
panel creates the IP54 rating for the electrical
interface and retains the cables in their
respective channels. The cover panel is fixed in
place by 6 screws.
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a
c
d
e
Product name
Keypad locked
Local time
Alarm set
a. RJ9 Privacy Handset
b. RJ11/POTS Interface
c. Auxiliary Port
d. DC power and accessory input
e. Ring alert / audio system mute
Terra 800
Inmarsat
05:56
Status bar
Call divert on
Network
Signal strength
Unread message
Screen
4. Antenna Connection
1. Refer to the antennas installation guide
for antenna mounting and location
requirements.
THIS SIDE UP
2. Connect the antenna cable labelled “GPS” to
the SMA antenna connector labelled “GPS”.
3.
Connect the antenna cable labelled “Inmarsat” to
the SMA antenna connector labelled “ISAT”.
4. Connect the GPS-SMA (F) cable end to the
Terra 800 SMA connector
5. Connect the TNC (F) antenna cable end to
the Terra 800 satellite connector
SMA
GPS
Antenna
Cable
SMA
2
3
SMA
4
5
TNC
Menu
WARNING
DO NOT pull with force on the cables from the rear
of the Terra 800. Please install strain relief clamping
for the antenna cables where required.
Correct installation of the antenna system is
a vital part of the Terra 800 system, to ensure
reliable functionality, and drop-free calls.
Satellite
Antenna
Cable
Info
Left selection key
Navigation keys
Contacts
USB connection
New voicemail
WARNING
Changes or modifications not expressly approved
by Beam Communications could void the
terminals warranty.
Right selection key
Missed call
Red key
Bluetooth on
Centre selection key
WARNING
To satisfy FCC RF exposure requirements for mobile
transmitting devices, a separation distance of
55cm or more should be maintained between the
antenna of this device and persons during device
operation. To ensure compliance, operations at
closer than this distance is not recommended.
5. Wall Mounting & Locking Bolt
There are eight (8) fixing holes available
for mounting the bracket to a wall. It is
recommended that at least 3 screws are used to
ensure the Terminal is mounted securely.
1
Fit the three (3) hooks on the mount
bracket into the three (3) large mounting
holes on the back of the terminal
2
3
Slide the terminal down to “lock”
Final “lock” position
Green key
9. Terra 800 Function Keys
Location
Button Mode
Mute Press
on/off
Action
LED/Sound
In a Call:
LED turns RED - Muted
Mute the microphone (uplink) on the privacy
handset.
LED turns OFF - Not muted
In a Call:
Audio will sound louder/quieter with each press.
LED flashing Yellow - RJ11/POTS in use
Increase/decrease volume on speakerphone or
privacy handset.
Locking Bolt Installation
1. Remove the mounting cup
(See MANUAL for details)
2. Insert the bolt into the hole beneath the cup
and screw into place
3. Ensure the Terminal will not slide up off the
mounting bracket
4. Replace the mounting cup.
8.Status LED
The Status LED indicates the terminal registration
state or any error conditions:
Special Modes of Operation
RED
ILLUMINATED
Firmware Upgrade Mode
•
In firmware upgrade mode all LED’s will
flash RED.
Transceiver (USB Bridge) Mode
•
In this mode all LED’s will flash GREEN.
•
•
•
No signal
Not registered
No SIM card
YELLOW
GREEN
DTR present on data
port
Unit registered and can
place a call.
FLASHING
Firmware upgrade mode
active
Data call in progress
ALTERNATING
Red/Yellow - Short circuit on SAT antenna input
Red/Green - Short circuit on GPS antenna input
Red/Yellow/Green - Internal communications error
Call in progress OR
Transceiver Upgrade Mode
Up/Down
OR
Out of Call:
A beep will sound indicating the increased/decreased ring tone volume
Increase/decrease volume of incoming ring
tone on the speakerphone.
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Brightness
dual button
simultaneous
press
(1 second)
Out of Call:
Enter LED brightness change mode. Press UP
and DOWN arrows to vary intensity. Mode will
automatically exit after 5 seconds after the last
button press.
All LED’s will change to WHITE and a single beep will sound when
entering brightness change mode.
A short double beep will sound when exiting change mode.
In a Call:
Speakerphone
press ON/OFF
Terminate call if speakerphone mode is active
Activate speakerphone mode if Privacy Handset
mode is active.
Out of Call:
Answer inbound call in speakerphone mode
LED turns GREEN - Speakerphone mode active
LED turns OFF - Speakerphone mode not active
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