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Austdac A103 User`s manual
Title
AUSTDAC MINE TELEPHONE
TYPE A103
USER'S MANUAL
Document Number
27-225-12
Issue
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REVISION CONTROL
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Austdac Pty Ltd
Unit 1 / 4 Packard Avenue
Castle Hill NSW 2154
Australia
PO Box 6486
Baulkham Hills Business Centre
NSW 2153
Australia
Phone: + 61 2 8851 5000
Fax: + 61 2 9899 2490
Website: www.austdac.com.au
Austdac Inc.
455 Lowries Run Rd,
Pittsburgh, PA 15237
USA
Phone: +1 888 254 9155
Fax: +1 412 635 0179
Copyright 2013-05-22
This document remains the property of Austdac Pty. Ltd. It is subject to its recall and must not be
reproduced in part or whole or its contents divulged to third parties without prior written approval
from Austdac Pty Ltd.
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REVISION CONTROL ...................................................................................................................... 2 1 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................................ 5 2 OPERATION .................................................................................................................................. 6 2.1 Making and Receiving Calls .................................................................................................... 6 2.2 Emergency .............................................................................................................................. 6 2.3 Mute Function ......................................................................................................................... 6 3 INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................................. 7 Pre-installation .............................................................................................................................. 7 3.1 Mounting details ...................................................................................................................... 7 3.2 Termination ............................................................................................................................. 8 4 External Signalling OPTIONAL relay not fitted as standard ........................................................... 9 5 Internal BP004 battery connection. ................................................................................................ 9 6 Programming and configuration changes ...................................................................................... 9 6.1 Programming an emergency number or Emergency Tone ................................................... 10 6.2 Factory settings for DTMF..................................................................................................... 11 6.3 Assembly of Telephone on to Installed Base ........................................................................ 11 7 MAINTENANCE ........................................................................................................................... 12 7.1 Battery SAFE AREA tests: .................................................................................................... 13 7.2 Procedures ............................................................................................................................ 13 8 Spares.......................................................................................................................................... 14 9 Recycling Information .................................................................................................................. 14 10 Certificate of Conformity ............................................................................................................ 15 AUSTDAC MINE TELEPHONE
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IMPORTANT
ALL POSSIBLE MEASURES MUST BE TAKEN TO ENSURE WATER, FLUID OR DUST
DOES NOT CONTAMINATE THE INTERNAL COMPONENTS OF THIS TELEPHONE
WHILST UNPACKING, PREPARING AND INSTALLING.
FAILURE TO CARRY OUT THIS PRECAUTION
WILL INVALIDATE CERTIFICATION AND YOUR WARRANTY.
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY BEFORE STARTING
INSTALLATION.
THIS IS A CERTIFIED PRODUCT: CONFIGURATION AND INSTALLATION SHOULD
BE CARRIED OUT BY A COMPETENT PERSON.
ANY CONFIGURATION ADJUSTMENTS SHOULD BE CARRIED OUT IN A SAFE
AREA PRIOR TO INSTALLATION.
A103 Mine Telephone
IEC and ATEX Approved
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1 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
The A103 telephone is an intrinsically safe telephone designed for use in mining applications. It
has been design to be a direct replacement for the now obsolete A101 and A102 telephone.
The A103 telephone comprises of a carbon loaded glass filled polyester telephone encased in a
metallic surround which also contain the customer termination box referred to as the terminal
chamber throughout this document.
Note: The A103 telephone contains a BP004 which is an ATEX/IECEx certified rechargeable
battery only for use in GAI-Tronics telephones. This battery will be disconnected upon despatch
from the factory and will therefore need to be reconnected during the installation process.
Figure 1 – A103 Mine Telephone
Figure 2 – Keypad
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2 OPERATION
2.1 MAKING AND RECEIVING CALLS
To make a call, press and release the DA button, wait for dial tone, dial required digits and wait for
connection. Lift the handset and use the press to talk (PTT) on the handset when connected. Note:
when the PTT is released during a call the telephone will broadcast the received audio on the
internal speakers located in the termination chamber.
To end a call, press and release the ‘R’ button to go on hook and replace the handset in its cradle.
To receive a call, ringing will be heard from the speakers and the strobe will flash. Press and
release the ‘DA’ button to go off hook, lift the handset and talk as before with the PTT operated or
lift the handset and operate the PTT will also answer an incoming call.
Note: After a call duration of 90 seconds the A103 telephone will sound a series of 5 beeps
indicating to the user that the call is about to be terminated. This is to ensure the A103 telephone
cannot be left in an off hook state indefinitely.
If the user wishes to continue with the existing call in progress, operate and release the ‘DA’ for a
further 90 seconds…
2.2 EMERGENCY
Press E key to broadcast the 1850Hz emergency tone as default or the predefined emergency
number.
Note: there is an optional hinged cover that can be fitted to the phone to protect the button from
accidental use.
2.3 MUTE FUNCTION
Press M key to mute the microphone during a call.
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3 INSTALLATION
Please read all these instructions thoroughly before starting installation.
Check the certification regarding the type of cable that is allowed to be used for installation.
PRE-INSTALLATION
IMPORTANT WARNING - Gland Specifications
Glands are supplied. All glands and blanking plugs should be rated at IP55 or better to maintain case sealing
integrity.
ALL POSSIBLE MEASURES MUST BE TAKEN TO ENSURE WATER, FLUID OR DUST DOES
NOT CONTAMINATE THE INTERNAL COMPONENTS OF THE TELEPHONE WHILST
UNPACKING, PREPARING AND INSTALLING IT IN INCLEMENT WEATHER CONDITIONS OR
BY NEGLIGENCE.
FAILURE TO TAKE THIS PRECAUTION WILL INVALIDATE YOUR WARRANTY AND MAY
INVALIDATE THE CERTIFICATION OF THE TELEPHONE.
IF ONLY ONE CABLE GLAND ENTRY IS USED, A SEALING PLUG MUST BE FITTED TO THE SECOND
GLAND POSITION.
THE TELEPHONE POLYESTER ENCLOSURE MUST NOT BE OPENED IN THE HAZARDOUS AREA!
3.1 MOUNTING DETAILS
Mounting the telephone can be made by either fixing points ‘A’ or ‘B’ as shown in figure 2.
For option ‘A’ use 3 x 8mm diameter screws with suitable plugs for the wall type to be installed
upon.
For option ‘B’ use 4 x M6 x 1.0 bolts.
Figure 2.
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3.2 TERMINATION
Connection should only be made to a Safe Telephone System, either the ST1 or ST2 series
exchanges.
The telephone may be connected as 1, 2 or 3 telephones per line. See the reverse side of the
termination chamber cover for wiring details. There are limitations on distance when 2 or more
phones are connected together.
Fig 3 terminal block
Fig 4 Telephone parallel connection diagram
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4 External Signalling OPTIONAL relay not fitted as standard
The A103 provides a galvanically isolated, normally open volt-free contact for an external signalling
device, which closes when a ring signal is received by the A103 telephone.
Connection to this contact is made via the terminal block located inside the termination chamber
labelled as B1 and B2.
The contacts are rated as follows:
5 Internal BP004 battery connection.
This battery will be disconnected upon despatch from the factory to prevent full discharge. It will
therefore need to be reconnected during the installation process before securing the termination
chamber cover.
To reconnect the battery, simply connect the 4 pin socket and plug inside the termination chamber together.
Note: The battery should be fully charged before use. If the battery needs to be recharged, see section
“Battery SAFE AREA tests” within this guide.
6 Programming and configuration changes
The telephone polyester enclosure must NOT be opened in the hazardous area!
Note: The polyester phone case must be opened to access the store button used during programming and
the jumper links for configuration changes.
To maintain the Ingress Protection level of IP 55, all attempts should be made to maintain cleanliness during
this process. Also ensure seals are located correct and free from damage.
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6.1 PROGRAMMING AN EMERGENCY NUMBER OR EMERGENCY TONE
The Emergency ‘E’ button may be configured to dial a pre-defined emergency number of up to 17
digits.
To program Emergency ‘E’ button with a number:
Press and release the DA key to make the telephone go off hook.
Press the store button located on the main PCB (see figure 5). A short beep should be heard.
Enter the required digits.
Press store button again. Again a short beep should be heard.
Finally press the Emergency ‘E’ button, the telephone will sound a longer beep indicating that the
number has been stored.
To program the Emergency ‘E’ button to sound an emergency tone;
Programming the 1850Hz emergency tone
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The Emergency ‘E’ button may be configured to generate an 1850Hz tone that is used by some
emergency desks if fitted with the tone detector.
To program Emergency ‘E’ button to generate the tone:
Press and release the DA key to make the telephone go off hook.
Press the store button located on the main PCB (see figure 5). A short beep should be heard.
Press store button again. Again a short beep should be heard.
Finally press the Emergency ‘E’ button, the telephone will sound a longer beep indicating that the
1850 Hz tone has been restored.
6.2 FACTORY SETTINGS FOR DTMF.
All the configuration settings are achieved by changing the position of the jumper links located on
the main PCB which is inside the polyester telephone enclosure rear casing.
To prepare for installation, undo the three retaining screws shown to remove the front casing from
the rear. The screws are not captive in the front casing; a 5mm Allen key is required.
Note: Do not remove the polyester telephone enclosure rear from the metallic surround as this is
not necessary.
Disconnect the ribbon cable at either the keypad PCB or the main PCB to prevent damage.
The A103 telephone is factory set to tone dialling (DTMF) as default (HD3 & HD4 set to the position as
shown below in Figure 3).
Figure 3 – Main PCB: Store (PB13) & Option jumper positions
6.3 ASSEMBLY OF TELEPHONE ON TO INSTALLED BASE
Ensure that the keypad connection between the base and the keypad PCB is made observing the
correct orientation of the connector. A keyway on the connector facilitates ensuring that the ribbon
cable connector is correctly orientated. Do not forcibly fit the connectors
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Offer the Front Casing to the Rear Casing, ensure that the cable will not be trapped when the Front
Casing is tightened down.
Check also that the environmental seal is in position.
Tighten the three securing screws firmly.
7 MAINTENANCE
The A103 telephone is based on highly reliable integrated circuits.
Under normal operation, the telephone is maintenance free with the exception of the BP004
rechargeable battery.
The BP004 is located within the termination chamber. Depending on usage and environmental
conditions a good battery will indicate a no load voltage of between 7.2 and 8 volts.
If the battery needs to be replaced carry out the following:
 Isolate the line feeding the A103 so that no power is being applied before removing the
termination chamber cover.
 Once the cover has been removed disconnect the battery plug.
 Now remove the battery which is held on to the termination cover by two M4 screws, nuts
and washers. Note the nylon washers are located on the outside of the terminal cover to
ensure a good seal is maintained.
 Fit the new battery in reverse order remembering to reconnect earth wire and battery plug.
 The line can now be reconnected and the A103 telephone functionality checked.
Fig 3 shows Battery location on front plate
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7.1 BATTERY SAFE AREA TESTS:
The A103 telephone is designed to provide a charge current of 10mA to maintain a good charge
state on the BP004.
If however the BP004 has been allowed to discharge below 6.5 volts, it may be necessary to
remove the battery from the installation and recharge it at a higher current in a safe area.
To fully charge a battery:
Us the Austdac Battery charger part number BATT032, this charger can charge 4 batteries
at the same time.
Note: The battery should be replaced if after being charged the voltage remains below 7.2
volts.
7.2 PROCEDURES
A programme of regular external visual inspection and cleaning is recommended, with
particular attention being paid to  Security of the installation.
 Security and integrity of cable entries.
 Security and integrity of the termination chamber cover (certification label) including the
integral gasket and washers are clean and fitted correctly.
 Security and condition of the handset cable.
 Condition and operation of the handset including the PTT switch
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8 Spares
Replacement parts should be obtained from Austdac using the following part number:
Description
Battery assembly spares kit
Handset assembly spares kit
Main PCB assembly spares kit
Keypad PCB assembly spares kit
Speaker assembly spares kit
Terminal chamber gasket
Strobe
Battery Charger 4 way
Part number
ST061B
ST061A
ST061C
ST061D
ST061E
ST061G
Strob24a
BATT032
9 Recycling Information
The symbol shown here and on the product means that
the product is classed as Electrical or Electronic
Equipment and should not be disposed with other
household or commercial waste at the end of its working
life.
The Waste of Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE) Directive has been put in place to recycle
products using best available recovery and recycling
techniques to minimise the impact on the environment,
treat any hazardous substances and avoid the
increasing landfill.
Business users should contact their suppliers and check
the terms and conditions of the purchase contract and
ensure that this product is not mixed with other
commercial waste for disposal.
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10 Certificate of Conformity
A complete copy can be obtained from the web site or from Austdac
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