BP-1002/2002 Operating Instructions Rev H for Board Set 9030-7740-XXX

BP-1002/2002 Operating Instructions Rev H for Board Set 9030-7740-XXX
Telex
Operating Instructions
BP-1002/BP-2002 Beltpacks
Audiocom® Intercom System
93507740000
Rev H
12/2005
FACTORY SERVICE
All equipment returned for repair must be accompanied by documentation stating your
return address, telephone number and proof of date of purchase, along with a description
of the problem. In lieu of this, you may obtain a Return Authorization form from our
Customer Service Department.
Customer Service Department
Telex Communications, Inc.
12000 Portland Avenue South
Burnsville, Minnesota 55337 U.S.A.
Telephone: (800) 392-3497
Fax: (800) 323-0498
Return equipment to:
Service Department
Telex Communications, Inc.
8601 East Cornhusker Hwy
Lincoln, NE 68507
Tel: 1-800-553-5992
Direct: 1-402-467-5321
INTRODUCTION
The Audiocom® BP-1002 and BP-2002 are microprocessor controlled
one- and two-channel
intercom belt packs. An internal switch and jumper setting allows the
units to be used with
Clear-Com® components, if desired. Other internal switch and jumper
settings allow the unit to be uniquely configured to the operator’s requirements.
FCC STATEMENT
Figure 3. Printed Circuit Board
This equipment uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy that may
cause interference to radio communications if not installed in accordance
with this manual. The equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits of a Class A computing device pursuant to Subpart B, Part
15 of FCC Rules which are designed to provide reasonable protection
against such interference when operated in a commercial environment.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area may cause interference
which the user (at his own expense) will be required to correct.
®
Audiocom is a registered trademark of Telex Communications, Inc., Burnsville,
Minnesota 55337
®
Clear-Com is a registered trademark of Clear-Com Intercom Systems
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APPENDIX A
OPTIONAL FOOTBALL MODIFICATIONS
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
In Audiocom® Intercom Systems, the Mic-Kill feature is used to turn off any activated
microphones on a selected channel. The Mic-Kill feature is activated when the beltpack
receives a 24 kHz signal from the channel. In some applications the Mic-Kill and Call
signal features are not desired and need to be disabled.
ELIMINATING MIC-KILL AND CALL SIGNAL
CAUTION
TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT, THESE MODIFICATIONS SHOULD ONLY
BE MADE BY QUALIFIED TECHNICIANS.
If desired, the Mic-Kill and Call signal features can be disabled in the BP-2002/BP-1002 by
removing a surface-mounted capacitor from the printed circuit board. Perform the following:
1.
Before making changes to the printed circuit board,
disconnect all power and line connections from the beltpack.
2.
Refer to Figure 3 and locate C61 on the underside of
the printed circuit board.
3.
Remove capacitor C61 from the printed circuit board.
RESTORING MIC-KILL AND CALL SIGNAL
To restore the Mic-Kill and Call signal features, replace C61 with Telex® part number
102879-218, 1500 pF, 50V capacitor.
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OPERATION
DYNAMIC MICROPHONE AMPLIFIER:
SYSTEM POWER
The BP-2002 belt pack receives power externally, in one of two ways:
Voltage Gain:
Mic to Channel; 45 ±3 dB, before limiting
Mic to Headphone; adjustable, 65 dB range into 150
• Via the intercom channel.
• Via the local-power (pin 2) of the intercom channel connector
ohm
Frequency Response:
200 Hz to 8 kHz +1/-3dB
The BP-1002 belt pack receives power externally, via the intercom
channel.
Total Harmonic Distortion:
Less than 1% at Channel output at 1 kHz
Both the BP-1002 and BP-2002 will pass system power through to
subsequent belt packs that are “daisy chained” together.
ELECTRET MICROPHONE AMPLIFIER:
Voltage Gain:
Mic to Channel; 24 ±3 dB, before limiting
INITIAL BP-1002/BP-2002 SETUP
Mic to Headphone; adjustable, 45 dB ±10% into
150ohm
The channel termination is initially set for balanced operation, which
is compatible with other Audiocom® equipment. If the unit is going to
be connected to Clear-Com equipment, one switch and several
jumpers must be changed as described in the section on Clear-Com
Setup in this manual.
Frequency Response:
200 Hz to 8 kHz +1/-3dB
Total Harmonic Distortion:
Less than 1% at Channel output
Product
Default Jumper Settings
BP-1002
Shor ting across Pins 1 and 2:
JP7, JP8,JP9, JP10, JP11,
JP12, and JP13
The headset microphone type is initially set for single-ended dynamic
operation. To change the microphone type to balanced dynamic, refer
to Table 2 for the position of JP9.
Shor ting across Pins 2 and 3:
JP5, and JP6
Not Populated:
JP1, JP2, and JP3
Populated on Pin 1 Only:
JP4
BP-2002
Shor ting across Pins 1 and 2:
JP7, JP8, JP9, JP10, JP11,
JP12, and JP13
Shor ting across Pins 2 and 3:
JP5 and JP6
Not Populated:
JP3
Populated on Pin 1 Only:
JP1, JP2, and JP4
Default Settings
Figure 4. Board Number 9 0 30-7740-000.
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SPECIFICATIONS
GENERAL:
Power Requirements:
Channel supplied: 24 VDC nominal, 45 to 70 mA
Local-power: (BP-2000 only) 24 VDC nominal (18 to 30
VDC), 45 to 70 mA
Environmental Requirements:
Storage:
-20ºC to 80ºC; 0% to 95% humidity,
non-condensing
Operating:
-15ºC to 60ºC; 0% to 95% humidity,
non-condensing
Dimensions: 5.0" (127 mm) H x 3.5" (88.9 mm) W x 1.8"
(45.7 mm) D
Weight: 1.5 pounds (0.68 kg)
INTERFACE REQUIREMENTS:
Headset:
50 to 200 ohm dynamic microphone
150 to 600 ohm headphones
Balanced Intercom Channel:
Output Level: 1 Vrms nominal
Input Impedance: 300 ohm ±5%
Bridging Impedance: greater than 10,000 ohm
Call Signalling:
Send: 20 kHz ±100 Hz, 0.5 Vrms ±10%
Receive: 20 kHz ±800 Hz, 100 mVrms
Mic-Off Frequency:
Detect: 24 kHz ±800 Hz, 100 mVrms
Noise Contribution: less than -60 dB on the line
Unbalanced Intercom Channel:
Output Level: 480 mVrms ±10%
Input Impedance: 200 ohm ±5%
Bridging Impedance: greater than 10,000 ohm
Call Signalling:
Send: 12 ±3 VDC
Receive: 4 VDC minimum
Figure 1. BP-2002 & BP-1002 Connections and Controls
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HEADPHONE AMPLIFIER:
Voltage Gain:
20 ±3 dB from the line
Maximum Output:
60 mW into 150 ohm
Frequency Response:
200 Hz to 8 kHz with no more than 4 dB deviation
Audible Alert:
1 kHz, at the headset
Total Harmonic Distortion:
Less than 2% at 50 mW from the line
Sidetone:
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Note: In case of local power use, install a jumper on pins
2 & 3 of U6
CONNECTOR PIN CONFIGURATIONS
Headset Connector
Type: XLR-4M (callout 6 in Figure 1)
Pin 1
Headset microphone low
Pin 2
Headset microphone high
Pin 3
Headphone high
Pin 4
Headphone low
Intercom Channel Connectors
BP-1002
Type: One XLR-3M and XLR-3F pair (callout 8 in Figure 1)
Audiocom® Mode (Internal switch SW1 and jumpers JP4, JP5, JP2 and JP1 set to BAL
position)
Pin 1
Common
Pin 2
Intercom audio low and +24 VDC input
Pin 3
Intercom audio high and +24 VDC input
Clear-Com Mode (Internal switch SW1 and jumpers JP4, JP5, JP2 and JP1 set to
UNBAL position)
Pin 1
Common
Pin 2
+30 VDC input
Pin 3
Intercom audio/call signal
EXTERNAL CONNECTIONS & CONTROLS
NOTE: The numbers refer to the callouts in Figure 1.
1. VOLUME CONTROL: Use this control to adjust the headset listen level.
2. CHAN BUTTON AND INDICATORS: The Chan button (only on the BP-2002) allows the user to
select which intercom channel is active. The yellow indicator next to the 1 or 2 lights to
show the active channel. Press the Chan button to change the channel selection, the
yellow indicator for that channel will light.
3. CALL BUTTON AND INDICATOR: The Call function allows the user to send or receive signals to
other devices on the intercom channel selected. The Call button operates in two ways:
Call receive: When there is an incoming call signal, the indicator is red. (If Audible
Call Alert is enabled, incoming calls will cause beeps in the headset.) On the
BP-2002, calls can be received on the selected channel only.
Call send: To send a call signal to all stations on a channel, press and hold the
Call button until a verbal response is received. The indicator will glow red. On the
BP-2002, calls can be sent on the selected channel only.
4. TALK BUTTON AND INDICATOR: The Talk button activates the headset microphone and
operates in two ways:
BP-2002
Type: One XLR-6M and XLR-6F pair (callout 7 in Figure 1)
Audiocom® Mode (Internal switch SW1 and jumpers JP4, JP5, JP2 and JP1 set to BAL
position)
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Common
Local power (+24 VDC)
Channel A intercom audio low and +24 VDC input
Channel A intercom audio high and +24 VDC input
Channel B intercom audio low and +24 VDC input
Channel B intercom audio high and +24 VDC input
Clear-Com Mode (Internal switch SW1 and jumpers JP4, JP5, JP2 and JP1 set to
UNBAL position)
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Common
Local power (14 to 30 VDC)
Channel A +30 VDC input
Channel A intercom audio/call signal
Channel B +30 VDC input
Channel B intercom audio/call signal
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Table 3. Internal Switches and Jumpers
Latched Mode:
Tap the button once to talk. The indicator will glow green. Tap the button again when
finished with a conversation.
Momentary Mode:
Press and hold the button to talk momentarily. Release the button when finished
talking.
NOTE:On the BP-2002, if no headset is connected when the Talk button is pressed, the
Talk button will have the same function as the Chan button.
5. SIDETONE CONTROL: When using a headset, this control adjusts your own voice level heard
in the headphones. To adjust the level, tap the Talk button once to turn on the headset
microphone. Then, use a small flat-blade screwdriver to increase or decrease your voice
level while talking into themicrophone. (This control is accessible by removing one
screw of belt clip.)
6. HEADSET CONNECTOR: This connector accepts a four-wire Telex® boom-microphone
headset.
7. INTERCOM CHANNEL CONNECTORS: On the BP-2002, intercom channels are connected via a
pair of 6-pin connectors (one male and one female). The male and female connectors
are wired together in parallel, providing a “loop through” at each connector pin. Use
one connector to connect to the intercom channel. Use the other connector to “daisy
chain” a cable to the next belt pack or other station on the channel.
Jumper/Switch
Number
Jumper or Switch Function
Default Setting
SW2
^
Electret/Dynamic Microphone
Select
(Must be set to Dynamic when JP9
functions are designed
Dynamic
JP9
^
^
Pins 1&2
Balanced/Single-ended Dynamic
shor ted
Mic
(SW1 must be set to Dynamic)
Single-ended Mic: Pins 1&2 shor ted
^
Balanced Mic: Pins 2&3 shor ted
JP6
^
^
Power Select
Channel One Power : Pins 2&3
shor ted
(On BP-1002, pins 2&3 always
shor ted)
^
Channel Two Power : Pins 1&2
shor ted
JP5
Power Select
^
Channel One Power : Pins 2&3
shor ted (On BP-1002, Pins 2&3
always shor ted.)
Channel Two Power : Pins 1&2
Shor ted
^
^
^
8
Pins 2&3
shor ted
Pins 2&3
shor ted
(Must be set for same channel as
JP6 for proper power operation in
Audiocom® mode on BP-2002)
(Must be used in conjunction with
SW1)
SW1
Clear-Com / Audiocom® Operation
^
^
Unbalanced / Balanced Line
(Must be used in conjunction with
JP4, JP5, JP2, and JP1)
JP4
Clear-Com / Audiocom® Operation
Pins 1&2 shor ted: UNBAL (ClearCom)
Jumper on one
pin only
JP2
No jumper
present
Balanced
^
DC Call Detect (Clear-Com
operation only, not used in
Audiocom® mode) BP-2002 only
Disabled: No pins jumpered
^
^
Enabled: Pins 1&2 shor ted
(To enable, use jumper from JP5)
JP1
Jumper on one
pin only
^
^
DC Call Detect (Clear-Com
operation only, not used in
Audiocom® mode) BP-2002 only
Disabled: No pins jumpered
Enabled: Pins 1&2 shor ted
JP13
For RTS™ use only
Must be
installed
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NOTE: On the BP-1002, jumper JP6 must always have pins 2 and 3
shorted.
Side Tone Adjustment (R145)
The side tone adjustment is accessible either internally (refer to Figure 2) or
by removing the belt clip mounting screw (callout 5 in Figure 1).
To adjust the level of your own voice heard in the headphones, tap the Talk
button once to turn on the headset microphone. Then, use a small flatblade screwdriver to increase or decrease your voice level while talking into
the microphone.
Clear-Com Setup
Make the following switch and jumper changes when the belt pack is used
with Clear-Com equipment:
BP-2002
1.
SW1 must be placed in the UNBAL position.
2.
JP4 must have pins 1 and 2 shorted (U position).
3.
JP5 jumper must be removed and placed on JP2.
4.
JP2 must have pins 1 and 2 shorted (using jumperfrom JP5).
5.
JP1 must have pins 1 and 2 shorted.
BP-1002
1.
SW1 must be placed in the UNBAL position.
2.
JP4 must have pins 1 and 2 shorted (U position).
3.
JP6, JP5 must have pins 2 and 3 shorted at all times.
Product
BP-1002
Local Power Input (BP-2002 only)
Normally the BP-2002 is powered from the intercom system and will turn on with the
intercom system. The BP-2002 belt pack may also be powered from an optional power
supply (18-30 VDC) connected between pin 2 (+) and pin 1 (-) of the intercom channel
connector.
8. INTERCOM CHANNEL CONNECTORS: On the BP-1002, the intercom channel is connected via a
pair of 3-pin connectors (one male and one female). The male and female connectors
are wired together in parallel, providing a “loop through” at each connector pin. Use one
connector to connect to the intercom channel. Use the other connector to “daisy chain” a
cable to the next belt pack or other station on the channel.
OPERATING MODES
The microprocessor within the BP-1002/BP-2002
controls four modes of operation that affects the Microphone Kill and Audible Call Alert
features.
MODE
(BEEPS)
MIC KILL
AUDIBLE
CALL ALERT
1
Disabled
Disabled
2 (Default)
Enabled
Disabled
Default Jumper Settings
3
Disabled
Enabled
Shor ting across Pins 1 and 2:
JP13
4
Enabled
Enabled
Shor ting across Pins 2 and 3:
JP5, JP6 and JP9
Table 1. Operating Modes
Not Populated:
JP1, JP2, and JP3
Populated on Pin 1 Only:
JP4
BP-2002
Shor ting across Pins 1 and 2:
JP9 and JP13
Shor ting across Pins 2 and 3:
JP5 and JP6
Not Populated:
JP3
Populated on Pin 1 Only:
JP1, JP2, and JP4
Table 2. Default Settings. If you are using the 000 board, see page 19 for the default
settings.
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INTERNAL SWITCHES, JUMPERS AND ADJUSTMENTS
Changing Modes of Operation:
Perform the following steps to change the mode of operation.
1. Both the Talk and Call indicators should be off.
2. Press and hold the Talk key, then press and hold the Call key, then release both keys.
The Call indicator should now glow red. (The number of beeps heard in the headset
indicates the current mode of operation.)
There are several internal switches, jumpers and an adjustment that affect operation.
These are described below. To gain access to the switches, jumpers and the adjustment,
disconnect all power and line connections. Remove two screws from the top of each side
and two screws from bottom of each side. Switch, jumper and adjustment locations are
shown in Figure 2.
3. Press the Call key to change to the next mode of operation. Each press of the Call key
will cause the BP-1002/BP-2002 to change to the next mode of operation.
4. When the desired mode is reached, press the Talk key to select that mode and exit the
mode changing function. (Beeps will be heard in the headset when the mode changing
function is exited. The number of beeps heard indicates the selected mode of operation.)
NOTE: Each time the intercom system power is turned on, the beltpack will reset to the
default mode of operation (Mode 2).
Figure 2. Internal Switches, Jumpers and Adjustments. Note, if you have 9 030-7749-000
board, figure 4 on page 19.
NOTE: Figure 2 shows a BP-2002 with the switches and jumpers in their factory
default positions (referenced in Table 2).
The SIDETONE adjustment is also accessible behind the screw that holds the belt
clip (callout 5 in Figure 1).
The functions of the internal switches and jumpers are described in Table 3.
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