Unify OpenStage M3EX Plus Specifications

Unify OpenStage M3EX Plus Specifications
OpenStage M3/M3 Plus
OpenStage M3 Ex/M3 Ex Plus
on HiPath Cordless 
Alarm and Emergency Call Configuration
Administrator Documentation
A31003-M2000-M103-2-A9
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1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.1 Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.2 Privacy and data security. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.3 Notational conventions and symbols used. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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2 Operating modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.1 Mode dependent functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.2 Basic Mode: Availability, alarm and emergency call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.3 Alarm Mode: Freely configurable monitoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.4 PNG Mode: Monitoring in compliance with BGR 139 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.4.1 HiPath PNA (personal alarm system) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.4.1.1 In alarm status: Callback by HNA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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3 Configuration and activation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
3.1 Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
3.1.1 [Mode] Activation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
3.1.2 Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
3.1.3 Operating mode (OpenStage M3 Plus and OpenStage M3 Ex Plus only) . . . . . . 3-2
3.1.4 Display Rotate (OpenStage M3 Plus and OpenStage M3 Ex Plus only) . . . . . . . 3-3
3.2 Configuration menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
3.2.1 Alarm Konfiguration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
3.2.1.1 Alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
3.2.1.2 [Mode] Activation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-12
3.2.1.3 Control Ports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-13
3.2.1.4 Techn. Warning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-14
3.2.1.5 Adjust Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-15
3.2.1.6 Reset to default . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-16
3.2.1.7 Alarm Signal PIN (only in Alarm and PNG Mode) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-16
3.2.2 Emergency Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-17
3.2.2.1 Emergency Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-18
3.2.2.2 Resetting emergency call configuration to defaults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-19
3.2.3 Service PIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-19
3.3 Exporting and transmitting the configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-21
4 Control ports and alarm destinations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.1 Syntax of the control ports and alarm destinations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.1.1 Calls to the alarm server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.1.2 Calls from the alarm server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.2 Example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5 Response times under VDE 0825 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
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6 Structure of the Additional Features menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.1 OpenStage M3/OpenStage M3 Ex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.2 OpenStage M3 Plus/OpenStage M3 Ex Plus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.2.1 Operating Mode 1: Basic Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.2.2 Operating Mode 2: Alarm Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.2.3 Operating Mode 3: PNG Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6-6
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Abbreviations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Y-1
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Z-1
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Table 3-6
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Table 3-9
Table 3-10
Table 3-11
Table 3-12
Table 3-13
Table 3-14
Table 3-15
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Table 4-2
Table 4-3
Table 5-1
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Function overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Parameter – General Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
Parameter – Manual Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-6
Parameter – Manual Alarm, example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7
Parameter – Non Movement Alarm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-8
Parameter – Man Down Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-8
Parameter – Time Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9
Parameter – Escape Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-10
Parameter – Pull Cord Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-11
Parameter – Prealarm/Alarming Signal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-12
Parameter – [Mode] Activation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-13
Parameter – Control Ports in Basic Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-14
Parameter – Control Ports in Alarm/PNG Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-14
Parameter – Techn. Warning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-15
Parameter – Alarm Signal PIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-17
Parameter – Emergency Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-18
Phone number syntax – Calls to the alarm server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Phone number syntax – Calls from the alarm server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Phone number example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Response times under VDE 0825 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
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Additional Features - Configuration - Basic Configuration menu . . . . . . . 6-1
Additional Features - Configuration menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
Additional Features - Configuration - Basic Configuration - Alarms menu 6-2
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Launching the Additional Features - Operating Mode menu. . . . . . . . . . . 6-3
Additional Features - Configuration - Basic Configuration menu . . . . . . . 6-3
Additional Features - Configuration - Basic Configuration menu . . . . . . . 6-4
Additional Features - Configuration menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4
Additional Features - Configuration - Basic Configuration - Alarms menu 6-5
Additional Features - Configuration - Basic Configuration - Alarms menu 6-5
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Launching the Additional Features - Operating Mode menu. . . . . . . . . . . 6-6
Additional Features - Configuration - Alarm Configuration menu . . . . . . . 6-6
Additional Features - Configuration - Alarm Configuration menu . . . . . . . 6-7
Additional Features - Configuration menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
Additional Features - Configuration - Alarm Configuration - Alarms menu 6-8
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Launching the Additional Features - Operating Mode menu . . . . . . . . . . . 6-9
Additional Features - Configuration - PNG Configuration menu. . . . . . . . . 6-9
Additional Features - Configuration - PNG Configuration menu. . . . . . . . 6-10
Additional Features - Configuration menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-10
Additional Features - Configuration - PNG Configuration - Alarms menu 6-11
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Introduction
Overview
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Introduction
Contents
This chapter covers the following topics:
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Section 1.1, "Overview"
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Section 1.2, "Privacy and data security"
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Section 1.3, "Notational conventions and symbols used"
1.1
Overview
The OpenStage M3 Plus and OpenStage M3 Ex Plus handsets can be used as personal alarm
devices with voice communication capability (PNG-S) in Alarm Mode and PNG Mode. Various
settings are performed on the handset for this purpose, which enable automatic or manual
alerting. An alarm and emergency call function is already available in Basic Mode.
The OpenStage M3 and OpenStage M3 Ex handsets do not have alarm sensors, rather they
also have an alarm and emergency call function. The function range corresponds to that of
Basic Mode.
An emergency call via an alarm key is possible regardless of selecting and activating an
operating mode.
The PNG-S monitors the person and reports an alarm when alarm conditions are detected. The
following types of alarms and signals are possible:
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Man Down Alarm:
The integrated movement sensors identify deviations of approx. 70° from the vertical
position of the handset.
Non Movement Alarm:
The integrated movement sensors detect immobility of the handset.
Escape Alarm:
The integrated movement sensors detect sudden, violent movements of the handset.
Pull Cord Alarm:
Removal of a magnetic contact, which is inserted below the handset and can be secured
by a cord to the individual, is detected.
Time Alarm:
The operator's ability to respond can be controlled through regular operation of the
handset. The user is prompted to input something at set times.
Manual Alarm:
The user can trigger an alarm by pressing the alarm key.
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Privacy and data security
Technical Warning Signal:
The handset detects local technical faults or DPS requests. These are signalled to the user.
Example: The handset is out of range or the battery charge is too low. The user can
subsequently initiate measures in order to resolve the fault.
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A prealarm informs the monitored persons of an impending alarm. The alarm can still be reset
during the prealarm time in order to avoid false alarms.
The response time, prealarm time, possibly sensitivity level, alarm signal and alarm destination
can be configured for each alarm type.
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1.2
All settings that are non BGR 139-compliant are not permitted for BGR 139
applications.
Privacy and data security
This telephone system uses and processes personal data, for example in the case of call detail
recording, display messages and customer data recording.
In Germany, the processing and use of such data is subject to various regulations, including
those of the Federal Data Protection Law (Bundesdatenschutzgesetz, BDSG). Observe all
applicable laws in other countries.
Employees of Unify GmbH & Co. KG are bound to safeguard trade secrets and personal data
under the terms of the company's work rules.
A conscientious and responsible approach helps protect data and ensure privacy:
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Use the password features of the system with no exceptions: Change the default password
immediately.
Never give passwords to an unauthorised person, for example in the form of a note.
Prevent unauthorised persons from gaining access to data media, for example on backup
disks or printed reports. This applies to service calls as well as storage and transport.
Ensure that storage media that are no longer required are completely destroyed. Ensure
that no sensitive documents are left unprotected.
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Notational conventions and symbols used
1.3
Notational conventions and symbols used
This manual uses the following symbols:
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"i" identifies useful information.
Safety notes
Hazard information.
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Operating modes
Mode dependent functions
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Operating modes
The OpenStage M3 Plus and OpenStage M3 Ex Plus handsets can be used as personal alarm
devices with voice communication capability (PNG-S).
Depending on the available infrastructure and requirements, different ranges of functions can
be defined for the OpenStage M3 Plus and OpenStage M3 Ex Plus handsets, which are
grouped under the operating modes Basic Mode (BM), Alarm Mode (AM) and PNG Mode
(PNG).
Following input of a service PIN, each operating mode can be configured independently of the
others with toggling possible between the different modes.
Contents
This chapter covers the following topics:
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Section 2.1, "Mode dependent functions"
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Section 2.2, "Basic Mode: Availability, alarm and emergency call"
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Section 2.3, "Alarm Mode: Freely configurable monitoring"
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Section 2.4, "PNG Mode: Monitoring in compliance with BGR 139"
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Section 2.4.1, "HiPath PNA (personal alarm system)"
2.1
Mode dependent functions
An overview of the functions with handset and mode dependencies is provided below.
OpenStage M3
OpenStage M3 Plus
OpenStage M3 Ex OpenStage M3 Ex Plus
Function
BM (Basic Mode)
BM
AM
PNG
Emergency call using alarm signal key
X
X
X
X
Signalling technical faults such as out of DECT
range, no connection to alarm server
X
X
X
X
Sensory alarms such as Man Down Alarm,
Non Movement Alarm, Escape Alarm, Pull
Cord Alarm, Time Alarm
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X
X
X
Function testing of alarm sensors required for
mode activation
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X
X
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OpenStage M3 Plus
OpenStage M3 Ex OpenStage M3 Ex Plus
Function
BM (Basic Mode)
BM
AM
PNG
Alarm callback from alarm server on the
handset
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X
X
Signalling of technical faults on the handset
X
X
X
X
Signalling of alarms on an alarm server (with
acknowledgement by the alarm server)
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-
X
X
Signalling of alarms on an alarm server
(without acknowledgement by the alarm
server)
X
X
X
-
Monitoring in compliance with BGR 139
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-
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X
Operation via HiPath Cordless Office on a
HiPath 3000
X
X
X
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Operation via HiPath Cordless Enterprise on a
HiPath 4000
X
X
X
X
Operation via HiPath Cordless IP on an
OpenScape Office/OpenScape Voice
X
X
X
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2.2
Function overview
Basic Mode: Availability, alarm and emergency call
Different alarms, including sensory alarms, can be triggered in Basic Mode of the
OpenStage M3 Plus and OpenStage M3 Ex Plus handsets. An alarm destination entered in the
handset can be selected in the event of alarms. Three alarm destinations are possible on the
HiPath 3000/4000.
Only Basic Mode is available on the OpenStage M3 and OpenStage M3 Ex handsets. Sensory
alarms are not possible with these devices.
Emergency calls via the alarm key are possible on all devices, even if no mode is activated.
In order to ensure that alarm calls reach the alarm destination as reliably as possible, the alarm
calls are repeated until the configured number of retries has been reached or the alarm retry
has been interrupted manually on the handset. Despite alarm retries, it cannot be fully
guaranteed that an alarm call will reach the programmed alarm destination.
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Note: A call connection must be established to enable operation of the second and
third emergency call/alarm number when the handset has registered on the HiPath
3000/NextGen/4000. All other systems only support a choice of emergency call or
alarm number.
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Alarm Mode: Freely configurable monitoring
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If a prealarm is signalled during a call, you have to first confirm the prealarm in order
to prevent the pending alarm. You can then continue the call.
Alarm Mode: Freely configurable monitoring
All alarms can be freely configured in Alarm Mode of the OpenStage M3 Plus and
OpenStage M3 Ex Plus handsets. Alarm Mode only works in conjunction with an alarm server.
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PNG Mode should be used for BGR 139 compliant configuration.
The alarm parameters can be configured freely. Adjust the handset to your requirements.
Monitoring is activated and deactivated directly via the handset. A function test is performed for
the alarm elements when monitoring is activated.
2.4
PNG Mode: Monitoring in compliance with BGR 139
PNG Mode of the OpenStage M3 Plus and OpenStage M3 Ex Plus handsets provides the
option of BGR 139-compliant triggering of alarms on a HiPath 4000. Monitoring in compliance
with BGR 139 only works in conjunction with an alarm server.
Appropriately trained service personnel are responsible for the BGR 139-compliant
configuration of the handset and BGR 139-compliant usage.
This guide describes the options for configuring the handset. Reference is thereby made to the
BGR 139-compliant settings.
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All settings that are non BGR 139-compliant are not permitted for BGR 139
applications.
Specific handset settings (e.g. Mobilteil-Reset, Basisauswahl, MT anmelden, ...) can be
blocked for ordinary users by activating PNG functionality.
If a blocked function is selected, you will be requested to enter a service PIN. The function is
only activated if a correct PIN is entered.
2.4.1
HiPath PNA (personal alarm system)
The HiPath alarm system is required for operation in PNG Mode and allows operation in
compliance with BGR 139. It is based on HiPath Cordless Enterprise CMI 3.0 from KV 415.
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PNG Mode: Monitoring in compliance with BGR 139
The alarm server acts as the control centre for this personal alarm system (PNA system). The
alarm server controls and monitors the PNG-S and responds to its messages and alarms. The
CLIP information from the setup message at connection setup is required for managing the
PNG-S.
The user performs a function test on the sensors prior to activation. Monitoring is activated by
the alarm server if the function test has been performed successfully.
Alarm calls from the PNG-S are directed to the configured alarm destination. To ensure that the
alarm calls reach the alarm destination, the calls are repeated until an alarm callback from the
alarm server has been detected or the configured number of retries has been reached.
Nevertheless, it cannot be fully guaranteed that an alarm call will reach the programmed alarm
destination. The alarm server therefore also checks the communication paths to the PNG-S
and polls the PNG-S cyclically. If there are no responses, the alarm server generates a
technical alarm and assistance is deployed. A local alarm is triggered additionally on the
PNG-S.
The handset and therefore the person who triggers the alarm can then be located using
positioning services. When the alarm has been processed, an alarm signal is emitted on the
PNG-S, which serves to further pinpoint the location of the party who triggered the alarm.
The alarm server is responsible for resetting the alarm and disabling monitoring. The alarm
server checks in the process whether monitoring can be disabled if necessary. For example the
disabling location is checked as a criterion.
2.4.1.1
In alarm status: Callback by HNA
The handset has sent an alarm signal to the PNEZ and is consequently in alarm status. The
HNA acknowledges the alarm call with an alarm callback. The handset answers this control call
automatically.
The alarm callback allows the events at the alarm location to be monitored at the HNA. The
speakerphone function can be used to communicate with the alerting party if necessary.
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As an employee at the HNA, make sure to obtain permission to listen in from the
monitored person before monitoring.
If individual workplaces are prohibited in the applicable regulations, this ban may not
be circumvented with a personal alarm device.
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3
Configuration and activation
In order to be able to configure all of the handset's possible alarm and signalling functions in
accordance with your requirements, it is important to understand fundamental relationships
and concepts.
You should therefore familiarise yourself with the following topics:
●
●
For operating mode features, see Chapter 2, "Operating modes".
For control ports and alarm destinations, see Chapter 4, "Control ports and alarm
destinations".
Contents
This chapter covers the following topics:
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Section 3.1, "Overview"
●
Section 3.2, "Configuration menu"
3.1
Overview
The "Additional Features" menu contains all parameters for configuring the alarm and
signalling functions.
3.1.1
[Mode] Activation
Use this menu option to manually activate and deactivate the mode configured in the
"Configuration" menu and selected in the "Operating Mode" menu. Depending on this, the
menu option in Basic Mode will be called "BM Activation", in Alarm Mode "AM Activation" or in
PNG Mode "PNG Activation".
When Alarm Mode and PNG Mode are activated, a sensor test is performed first in each case.
Only the sensors that are activated in the respective mode are checked. It is only if the test has
been concluded successfully that the corresponding Alarm Mode is active.
Manual activation is only possible if this has been activated for the corresponding operating
mode. It is also possible to configure automatic activation.
See Section 3.2.1.2, "[Mode] Activation".
If one of the operating modes is active, the monitoring LED above the display flashes green.
Procedure:
When the display is idle, press the centre key three times (central key on the control key) to
activate/deactivate.
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Alternatively:
1.
Select the Additional Features icon in the main menu.
2.
Select [Mode] Activation.
>
3.1.2
In monitoring mode: Do not remove the battery pack! Removal of the battery pack
will result in a technical alarm being triggered in the HNA.
Configuration
You can configure all operating mode parameters in this menu independently of one another
as well as define emergency call numbers and change the service PIN. This configuration may
only be performed by appropriately trained service personnel.
Service personnel are also responsible for ensuring that the service PIN is set to a secret value
before the configured handset is given to the user. See also Section 3.2.3, "Service PIN".
The service PIN must be entered in order to perform the configuration.
Access to the Configuration menu is blocked as long as one of the operating modes is active,
see Section 3.1.1, "[Mode] Activation".
For more information on this menu please refer to Section 3.2, "Configuration menu".
3.1.3
Operating mode (OpenStage M3 Plus and OpenStage M3 Ex Plus
only)
You can select one of the three operating modes Basic Mode, Alarm Mode or PNG Mode in
this menu:
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●
●
Basic Mode: All sensory alarms are available: Three alarm destinations for sensory alarms
can be configured in the same way as for the emergency call. Operation is possible with or
without an alarm server.
Alarm Mode: All sensory alarms forwarded to an alarm server are available.
PNG Mode: All sensory alarms forwarded to an alarm server in compliance with BGR 139
are available.
This selection may only be performed by appropriately trained service personnel.
The service PIN must be entered in order to change the operating mode.
It is not possible to change the operating mode while one of the operating modes is active, see
Section 3.1.1, "[Mode] Activation".
For more information on operating modes please refer to Chapter 2, "Operating modes".
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Procedure:
1.
Select the Additional Features icon in the main menu.
2.
Select Operating Mode.
3.
Enter the five-position service PIN and confirm with OK.
4.
Select one of the three operating modes and confirm with Selection.
3.1.4
Display Rotate (OpenStage M3 Plus and OpenStage M3 Ex Plus
only)
Use this menu option to activate and deactivate the automatic position-dependent rotation of
the information on the display.
When activated, the display is rotated by 180° (upside down) in non movement and call
statuses when you move the handset from a vertical to a horizontal position.
This setting is useful if you are wearing the handset on a belt and you would like to see the
display in the event of an alarm or call without having to remove the handset from the belt. You
can then read the information on the display by simply tilting the handset outwards.
Procedure:
1.
Select the Additional Features icon in the main menu.
2.
Select Display Rotate.
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3.2
Configuration menu
The alarming signal parameters that define the alarm response are defined under the
Configuration menu option. Configuration can be performed here for each operating mode,
independently of the other operating modes.
The parameters are described independently of the operating mode. If a parameter is not
available in an operating mode, this is noted in the parameter description.
Apart from the alarming signal parameters, emergency numbers can be configured in the
Configuration menu and the service PIN changed.
3.2.1
Alarm Konfiguration
3.2.1.1
Alarms
The following alarms are supported by the handset:
●
Manual Alarm
●
Non Movement Alarm
●
Man Down Alarm
●
Time Alarm
●
Escape Alarm
●
Pull Cord Alarm
General values are entered for all alarms. Furthermore, parameters are preconfigured for each
alarm type, which can be adapted individually however for the corresponding application.
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Use PNG Mode for BGR 139-compliant operation and observe the settings
prescribed there.
At least one automatic alarm has to be activated here in addition to the manual
alarm.
It is not possible to switch off all alarms in PNG Mode.
General Settings
These values are used in general for all alarm types within an operating mode. If an alarm
server is available, then only the Control Port Basic parameter has to be entered here.
Procedure:
1.
Select the Additional Features icon in the main menu.
2.
Select Configuration.
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3.
Enter the five-position service PIN and confirm with OK.
4.
Select one of the three operating modes.
5.
Select Alarms.
6.
Select General Settings.
7.
Change the values of the following parameters:
Parameters
Control Port Basic
Alarm Destination
Alarm Destination 1
Alarm Destination 2
Alarm Destination 3
Alarm Call Count
Autom. Alarm
Calling Time
Audio Channel
Table 3-1
8.
3-5
Operating
Mode
Value Range
Standard Value
BM
-
-
AM/PNG
(up to 32 digits)
(blank)
BM
-
-
AM/PNG
(up to 32 digits)
(blank)
BM
(up to 32 digits)
112
AM/PNG
-
-
BM
(up to 32 digits)
(blank)
AM/PNG
-
-
BM
(up to 32 digits)
(blank)
AM/PNG
-
-
BM
-
-
AM
1 ... 99
15
PNG
1 ... 99
99
BM
On / Off / Off in Charger On
AM
On / Off / Off in Charger On
PNG
On / Off in Charger
On
BM
0 ... 60 s
30 s
AM/PNG
-
-
BM/AM/PNG
Handset mode /
Handsfree
Handset mode
Parameter – General Settings
Confirm with Save.
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Manual Alarm
You can configure all settings here for the manual alarm, in other words for the alarm triggered
with the red alarm key.
>
The red key is assigned for the manual alarm in Alarm Mode and PNG Mode
following activation. The numbers configured under the emergency call (Section
3.2.2, "Emergency Call") are selected if no mode is active. The emergency number
is overwritten by the alarm server with its own emergency number when the Control
Port Basic parameter is entered.
Depending on how the red alarm key is pressed (SP: Shortpress, LP: Longpress), different
alarms are signalled and different alarm destinations are dialled.
For more information on alarm destinations please refer to Chapter 4, "Control ports and alarm
destinations".
Procedure:
1.
Select the Additional Features icon in the main menu.
2.
Select Configuration.
3.
Enter the five-position service PIN and confirm with OK.
4.
Select one of the three operating modes.
5.
Select Alarms.
6.
Select Manual Alarm.
7.
Change the values of the following parameters:
AM/PNG
Parameters
Value Range
Standard Value
Alarm Key SP
On/off
On
Alarm Key LP
On/off
On
Alarm Key locked
On/off
Off
Alarm Signal SP
On/off
On
Alarm Signal LP
On/off
Off
Alarm Destination SP
(up to 32 digits)
(blank)
Alarm Destination LP
(up to 32 digits)
(blank)
Table 3-2
8.
Parameter – Manual Alarm
Confirm with Save.
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Wide-ranging solutions are feasible using different configuration options. Example of a silent
alarm when the alarm key is pressed and held down (longpress):
Parameters
Sample Value
Alarm Key SP
On
Alarm Key LP
On
Alarm Key locked
Off
Alarm Signal SP
On
Alarm Signal LP
Off
Alarm Destination SP
6647201
Alarm Destination LP
6647208
Table 3-3
Parameter – Manual Alarm, example
Non Movement Alarm
The Non Movement Alarm can be activated optionally. It is triggered if the sensors identify lack
of movement over a defined configurable period of time.
For more information on alarm destinations please refer to Chapter 4, "Control ports and alarm
destinations".
>
The response time and the prealarm time cannot be added, rather the prealarm time
has to be deducted from the response time. For example, a response time of 90 s
and prealarm time of 15 s means that the prealarm will be triggered after 75 s and
the alarm after 90 s.
Procedure:
1.
Select the Additional Features icon in the main menu.
2.
Select Configuration.
3.
Enter the five-position service PIN and confirm with OK.
4.
Select one of the three operating modes.
5.
Select Alarms.
6.
Select Non Movement Alarm.
7.
Change the values of the following parameters:
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Parameters
Operating Mode
Value Range
Standard Value
Activation
BM/AM/PNG
On/off
On
BM/AM
10 ... 900 s
90 s
PNG
10 ... 90 s
90 s
BM/AM
0 ... 300 s
15 s
PNG
0 ... 30 s
15 s
BM
-1
112
AM/PNG
(up to 32 digits)
(blank)
Response Time
Prealarm Time
Alarm Destination
Table 3-4
1
8.
Parameter – Non Movement Alarm
The alarm destination is the same in Basic Mode of the M3 Plus for all alarms and is entered under "General Settings".
Confirm with Save.
Man Down Alarm
The Man Down Alarm can be activated optionally. It is triggered if the sensors identify undue
tilting of the handset over a defined configurable period of time (i.e. deviation from the vertical
position).
For more information on alarm destinations please refer to Chapter 4, "Control ports and alarm
destinations".
Procedure:
1.
Select the Additional Features icon in the main menu.
2.
Select Configuration.
3.
Enter the five-position service PIN and confirm with OK.
4.
Select one of the three operating modes.
5.
Select Alarms.
6.
Select Man Down Alarm.
7.
Change the values of the following parameters:
Parameters
Operating Mode
Value Range
Standard Value
Activation
BM/AM/PNG
On/off
On
Table 3-5
Parameter – Man Down Alarm
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Response Time
Prealarm Time
Alarm Destination
Table 3-5
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Operating Mode
Value Range
Standard Value
BM/AM
10 ... 900 s
90 s
PNG
10 ... 90 s
90 s
BM/AM
0 ... 300 s
15 s
PNG
0 ... 30 s
15 s
BM
-1
112
AM/PNG
(up to 32 digits)
(blank)
Parameter – Man Down Alarm
The alarm destination is the same in Basic Mode of the M3 Plus for all alarms and is entered under "General Settings".
8.
Confirm with Save.
Time Alarm
The Time Alarm can be activated optionally. It is triggered if a timed alarm is not acknowledged
in time by the user.
For more information on alarm destinations please refer to Chapter 4, "Control ports and alarm
destinations".
Procedure:
1.
Select the Additional Features icon in the main menu.
2.
Select Configuration.
3.
Enter the five-position service PIN and confirm with OK.
4.
Select one of the three operating modes.
5.
Select Alarms.
6.
Select Time Alarm.
7.
Change the values of the following parameters:
Parameters
Operating Mode
Value Range
Standard Value
Activation
BM/AM/PNG
On/off
Off
BM/AM
1 ... 120 min
15 min
PNG
1 ... 15 min
15 min
BM/AM
0 ... 300 s
15 s
PNG
0 ... 15 s
15 s
Response Time
Prealarm Time
Table 3-6
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Parameters
Alarm Destination
Table 3-6
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8.
Operating Mode
Value Range
Standard Value
BM
-1
112
AM/PNG
(up to 32 digits)
(blank)
Parameter – Time Alarm
The alarm destination is the same in Basic Mode of the M3 Plus for all alarms and is entered under "General Settings".
Confirm with Save.
Escape Alarm
The Escape Alarm can be activated optionally. It is triggered if the sensors identify undue
violent movement of the handset over a defined configurable period of time.
For more information on alarm destinations please refer to Chapter 4, "Control ports and alarm
destinations".
Procedure:
1.
Select the Additional Features icon in the main menu.
2.
Select Configuration.
3.
Enter the five-position service PIN and confirm with OK.
4.
Select one of the three operating modes.
5.
Select Alarms.
6.
Select Escape Alarm.
7.
Change the values of the following parameters:
Parameters
Operating Mode
Value Range
Standard Value
Activation
BM/AM/PNG
On/off
Off
BM/AM
10 ... 900 s
30 s
PNG
10 ... 90 s
30 s
BM/AM
0 ... 300 s
15 s
PNG
0 ... 30 s
15 s
BM/AM/PNG
Low / Medium / High Medium
BM
-1
112
AM/PNG
(up to 32 digits)
(blank)
Response Time
Prealarm Time
Empfindlichkeit
Alarm Destination
Table 3-7
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Parameter – Escape Alarm
The alarm destination is the same in Basic Mode of the M3 Plus for all alarms and is entered under "General Settings".
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8.
Confirm with Save.
Pull Cord Alarm
The Pull Cord Alarm can be activated optionally. It is triggered if the pull cord contact (cord) is
not detected over a defined configurable period of time, i.e. has been removed.
For more information on alarm destinations please refer to Chapter 4, "Control ports and alarm
destinations".
Procedure:
1.
Select the Additional Features icon in the main menu.
2.
Select Configuration.
3.
Enter the five-position service PIN and confirm with OK.
4.
Select one of the three operating modes.
5.
Select Alarms.
6.
Select Pull Cord Alarm.
7.
Change the values of the following parameters:
Parameters
Operating Mode
Value Range
Standard Value
Activation
BM/AM/PNG
On/off
On
BM/AM
1 ... 900 s
30 s
PNG
1 ... 90 s
30 s
BM/AM
0 ... 300 s
15 s
PNG
0 ... 30 s
15 s
BM
-1
112
AM/PNG
(up to 32 digits)
(blank)
Response Time
Prealarm Time
Alarm Destination
Table 3-8
1
8.
Parameter – Pull Cord Alarm
The alarm destination is the same in Basic Mode of the M3 Plus for all alarms and is entered under "General Settings".
Confirm with Save.
Alarm Signal
You can define the acoustic signalling of prealarms and alarms here. The following signals start
quietly and reach their configured maximum value after a short time.
Procedure:
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1.
Select the Additional Features icon in the main menu.
2.
Select Configuration.
3.
Enter the five-position service PIN and confirm with OK.
4.
Select one of the three operating modes.
5.
Select Alarms.
6.
Select Alarm Signal.
7.
Select Prealarm or Alarming Signal.
8.
Change the values of the following parameters:
Parameters
Operating Mode
Value Range
Standard Value
Warning Signal
BM/AM/PNG
On/off
On
Alarm Signal
BM/AM/PNG
Alarm 1 ... 5
Prealarm: Alarm 5
Alarming Signal: Alarm 1
Volume
BM/AM/PNG
1 ... 5
Prealarm: 3
Alarming Signal: 5
Table 3-9
9.
Parameter – Prealarm/Alarming Signal
Confirm with Save.
3.2.1.2
[Mode] Activation
Specify here how the selected operating mode (see Section 3.1.3, "Operating mode
(OpenStage M3 Plus and OpenStage M3 Ex Plus only)") is to be activated (applies for all
device types).
If only Automatic is activated, the selected operating mode is activated automatically when the
handset is removed from the charger and deactivated when the handset is replaced in the
charger. If Manual is deactivated, the selected operating mode cannot be activated or
deactivated manually. Both options can be activated.
Procedure:
1.
Select the Additional Features icon in the main menu.
2.
Select Configuration.
3.
Enter the five-position service PIN and confirm with OK.
4.
Select one of the three operating modes.
5.
Select [Mode] Activation.
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6.
Change the values of the following parameters:
Parameters
Operating Mode
Value Range
Standard Value
Automatic
BM/AM/PNG
On/off
Off
Manual
BM/AM/PNG
On/off
On
Table 3-10
7.
Parameter – [Mode] Activation
Confirm with Save.
3.2.1.3
Control Ports
The control ports are phone numbers of the alarm server that are used for signalling the states/
events between the handset and the alarm server.
The phone numbers of the control ports are entered automatically in Alarm Mode and PNG
Mode if the Control Port Basic parameter has been configured in Alarm Mode or PNG Mode.
The control ports can then also be modified individually. The three control ports in Basic Mode
have to be entered individually.
>
Basic Mode and Alarm Mode: Alarm Mode can be activated after deleting the Start,
NOK and Stop Availability ports without logging on to the alarm server.
The sensor check required in Alarm Mode is then also not performed.
For more information on control ports please refer to Chapter 4, "Control ports and alarm
destinations".
Procedure:
1.
Select the Additional Features icon in the main menu.
2.
Select Configuration.
3.
Enter the five-position service PIN and confirm with OK.
4.
Select one of the three operating modes.
5.
Select Control Ports.
6.
Change the values of the following parameters:
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Control Ports in Basic Mode:
Parameters
Sample Value
Value
Activ. Availability
(up to 32 digits)
(blank)
Availability NOK
(up to 32 digits)
(blank)
Stop Availability
(up to 32 digits)
(blank)
Table 3-11
Parameter – Control Ports in Basic Mode
Control Ports in Alarm/PNG Mode
Parameters
Sample Value
Value
Start Monitoring
(up to 32 digits)
(blank)
Monitoring NOK
(up to 32 digits)
(blank)
Monitoring Off
(up to 32 digits)
(blank)
Alarm Recall-loud
(up to 32 digits)
(blank)
Alarm Recall-quiet
(up to 32 digits)
(blank)
Alarm Recall
(up to 32 digits)
(blank)
Table 3-12
7.
Parameter – Control Ports in Alarm/PNG Mode
Confirm with Save.
3.2.1.4
Techn. Warning
In case of a technical warning, the handset signals the fault to the user, which the user can reset
with OK.
The maximum permitted time without a DPS request and the maximum permitted Out of range
time can be configured. If the time is exceeded, the warning is triggered. The value 0 disables
the respective check.
A DPS request is sent to the handset from the alarm server in order to check the availability of
the mobile user.
>
The DPS function is only supported for operation on a HiPath 4000.
Reception is necessary for voice and data communication between the handset and base
stations. If there is no reception, communication is not possible.
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Furthermore, the handset checks whether the battery is sufficiently charged. If the battery is
not adequately charged, a technical fault is likewise reported. No settings can be made here.
Procedure:
1.
Select the Additional Features icon in the main menu.
2.
Select Configuration.
3.
Enter the five-position service PIN and confirm with OK.
4.
Select one of the three operating modes.
5.
Select Techn. Warning.
6.
Change the values of the following parameters:
Parameters
Operating Mode
Value Range
Standard Value
Activation
BM/AM/PNG
On/off
On
DPS Request Time
BM/AM/PNG
0 min ... 120 min
2 min
Out of range time
BM/AM/PNG
0 min ... 120 min
2 min
Warning Signal
BM/AM/PNG
On/off
On
Melodies
BM/AM/PNG
Alarm 1 ... 5
Alarm 1
Volume
BM/AM/PNG
1 ... 5
3
Table 3-13
7.
Parameter – Techn. Warning
Confirm with Save.
3.2.1.5
Adjust Sensor
A complete check and adjustment of the alarm sensors is performed in this menu.
When Alarm Mode and PNG Mode are activated, the sensors for the activated alarms are
checked, with the check being started automatically when the mode is activated. No sensor
check is started automatically in Basic Mode by activating the mode.
Procedure:
1.
Select the Additional Features icon in the main menu.
2.
Select Configuration.
3.
Enter the five-position service PIN and confirm with OK.
4.
Select one of the three operating modes.
5.
Select Adjust Sensor.
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6.
Keep the handset still in a vertical position and confirm with OK.
7.
Shake the handset vigorously until the test is successful.
8.
Keep the handset still in a vertical position until the test is successful.
9.
Press the red alarm key at the top of the handset.
10. Remove the connector with the pull cord from the socket at the lower end of the handset
and insert it again.
> the manufacturer.
If the function test fails repeatedly, shut down the phone immediately and send it to
3.2.1.6
Reset to default
To reprogram a handset, first reset the device to the default settings. All values within the
selected operating mode are reset to the default values.
The factory set default values can be referenced in the respective configuration description
("Standardwert" (Default Value) column).
Procedure:
1.
Select the Additional Features icon in the main menu.
2.
Select Configuration.
3.
Enter the five-position service PIN and confirm with OK.
4.
Select one of the three operating modes.
5.
Select Reset to default and confirm with YES.
3.2.1.7
Alarm Signal PIN (only in Alarm and PNG Mode)
To prevent the accidental or deliberate disabling of an alarm signal during an alarm, an alarm
signal PIN can be set up that must be entered first in order to disable the alarm signal.
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Make sure to change the default value "11111" to an individual PIN before handing
over handsets.
The alarm signal PIN only applies for Alarm Mode and PNG Mode. If the PIN function is
disabled, the alarm signal can be switched off by pressing the on-hook key.
The emergency call can be ended by hanging up.
The emergency call is always disabled if a call connection is successful.
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Procedure:
1.
Select the Additional Features icon in the main menu.
2.
Select Configuration.
3.
Enter the five-position service PIN and confirm with OK.
4.
Select one of the three operating modes.
5.
Select Alarm Signal PIN.
6.
Change the values of the following parameters:
Parameters
Value Range
Standard Value
PIN
On/off
On
Please enter the alarm signal PIN
(5 digits)
11111
Table 3-14
7.
Parameter – Alarm Signal PIN
Confirm with Save.
3.2.2
Emergency Call
Emergency numbers can be configured, modified and reset regardless of the alarm
destinations configured in accordance with the operating mode. The emergency number is
dialled by pressing the red alarm key.
Up to three different emergency numbers can be entered. The cyclical processing of all three
emergency numbers is only possible if the base station supports communication of the call
status.
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Note: A call connection must be established to enable operation of the second and
third emergency call/alarm number when the handset has registered on the HiPath
3000/NextGen/4000. All other systems only support a choice of emergency call or
alarm number.
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>
Note:
–
Make sure that the alarm destination is always accessible if possible.
–
The possibility that the alarm destination cannot be reached cannot be
excluded.
–
Make sure that the alerting party is recognised by the alarm destination.
Transmission of the caller's number is necessary, for example, in order to
identify the alerting party.
–
Alarm calls can incur costs.
–
Alarm calls can cause annoyance if the alarm destination is set incorrectly.
–
When making a call to the public network, make sure to allow a sufficiently
long alarm retry time. It is important to ensure that the call duration is
adequate to allow the alarm destination to be reached. If necessary,
perform test calls.
If an alarm server is used, manually entered emergency numbers may possibly be overwritten
by alarm numbers.
3.2.2.1
7
Emergency Call
Check the emergency call function of the handset following the configuration.
Procedure:
1.
Select the Additional Features icon in the main menu.
2.
Select Configuration.
3.
Enter the five-position service PIN and confirm with OK.
4.
Select Emergency Call.
5.
Select Configuration.
6.
Change the values of the following parameters:
Parameters
Value Range
Standard Value
Emergency Nr. 1
(up to 32 digits)
112
Table 3-15
Parameter – Emergency Call
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Configuration and activation
Configuration menu
Parameters
Value Range
Standard Value
Emergency Nr. 2
(up to 32 digits)
(blank)
Emergency Nr. 3
(up to 32 digits)
(blank)
Calling Time
0 ... 60 s
30 s
Audio Channel
Handset / Handsfree
Handset mode
Emergency Key SP
On/off
On
Emergency Key LP
On/off
On
Emerg. Key Locked
On/off
Off
Emergency Signal SP
On/off
On
Emergency Signal LP
On/off
Off
Melodies
Alarm 1 ... 5
Alarm 1
Volume
1 ... 5
3
Table 3-15
7.
Parameter – Emergency Call
Confirm with Save.
3.2.2.2
Resetting emergency call configuration to defaults
All values for the emergency call configuration are reset to the default values. The remaining
configuration is unchanged.
Procedure:
1.
Select the Additional Features icon in the main menu.
2.
Select Configuration.
3.
Enter the five-position service PIN and confirm with OK.
4.
Select Emergency Call.
5.
Select Reset to default and confirm with YES.
3.2.3
Service PIN
The service PIN is required for accessing the Configuration and Operating Mode menus.
7
Make sure to change the default value "00000" to an individual PIN before handing
over handsets.
Procedure:
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Configuration and activation
Configuration menu
1.
Select the Additional Features icon in the main menu.
2.
Select Configuration.
3.
Enter the five-position service PIN and confirm with OK.
4.
Select Service PIN.
5.
Enter an individual five-position PIN, repeat the input and confirm with OK.
7
Make sure to note down the newly set PIN. If you forget the PIN, it can only be reset
by your service partner for a fee by resetting the handset.
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Configuration and activation
Exporting and transmitting the configuration
3.3
Exporting and transmitting the configuration
The Firmware Update Tool can be used to export the configuration from devices in the M3
family and transfer it to other devices.
> The tool is available on the SWS.
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Control ports and alarm destinations
Syntax of the control ports and alarm destinations
4
Control ports and alarm destinations
Control ports and alarm destinations are phone numbers used for communication between an
alarm server and the handset.
Control ports are the phone numbers used for calls from the alarm server to control the handset
while alarm destinations are called by the handset in order to report alarms and statuses to the
alarm server.
Only three control ports, i.e. Activ. Availability, Availability NOK and Stop Availability are
generally used in Basic Mode of the OpenStage M3 Plus and OpenStage M3 Ex Plus handsets
and/or for the OpenStage M3 and OpenStage M3 Ex handsets, see Section 3.2.1.3, "Control
Ports in Basic Mode:". Alarm destinations that are monitored by the server are not available.
The appropriate control ports and destination numbers are set automatically by the handset in
Alarm Mode and PNG Mode of the OpenStage M3 Plus and OpenStage M3 Ex Plus handsets
by entering the Control Port Basic, see Section 3.2.1.3, "Control Ports in Alarm/PNG Mode".
4.1
Syntax of the control ports and alarm destinations
Abbreviations
QUERKZ: Tue trunk code within PBX for accessing the alarm server.
NWKZ: Central dialling code within the alarm server for accessing the "Personal Alarm"
application.
SP: Shortpress
LP: Longpress
4.1.1
Calls to the alarm server
Parameters
Phone number syntax
Start Monitoring
QUERKZ + NWKZ + 2
Monitoring Off
QUERKZ + NWKZ + 4
Manual Alarm SP
QUERKZ + NWKZ + 0 + 1
Non Movement Alarm
QUERKZ + NWKZ + 0 + 2
Man Down Alarm
QUERKZ + NWKZ + 0 + 3
Time Alarm
QUERKZ + NWKZ + 0 + 4
Escape Alarm
QUERKZ + NWKZ + 0 + 5
Table 4-1
Phone number syntax – Calls to the alarm server
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Control ports and alarm destinations
Example
Parameters
Phone number syntax
Pull Cord Alarm
QUERKZ + NWKZ + 0 + 6
Emergency Nr. 1
QUERKZ + NWKZ + 0 + 7
Manual Alarm LP
QUERKZ + NWKZ + 0 + 8
Table 4-1
4.1.2
Phone number syntax – Calls to the alarm server
Calls from the alarm server
Parameters
Phone number syntax
Confirmation: Start Monitoring
QUERKZ + NWKZ + 2
Response: Monitoring NOK
QUERKZ + NWKZ + 3
Confirmation: Monitoring Off
QUERKZ + NWKZ + 4
Alarm Recall-loud
QUERKZ + NWKZ + 7
Alarm Recall-quiet
QUERKZ + NWKZ + 8
Alarm Recall
QUERKZ + NWKZ + 9
Table 4-2
4.2
Phone number syntax – Calls from the alarm server
Example
Sample values
QUERKZ: 664
NWKZ: 72
Please consult your HiPath technician for the actual values provided.
Parameters
Phone number
example
Explanation
Control Port Basic
664 72
Value must be entered
Alarm Destination
664 72 0 0
Will be generated automatically
Start Monitoring
664 72 2
Will be generated automatically
Monitoring NOK
664 72 3
Will be generated automatically
Monitoring Off
664 72 4
Will be generated automatically
Table 4-3
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Control ports and alarm destinations
Example
Parameters
Phone number
example
Explanation
Alarm Recall-loud
664 72 7
Will be generated automatically
Alarm Recall-quiet
664 72 8
Will be generated automatically
Alarm Recall
664 72 9
Will be generated automatically
Manual Alarm SP
664 72 0 1
Will be generated automatically
Non Movement Alarm
664 72 0 2
Will be generated automatically
Man Down Alarm
664 72 0 3
Will be generated automatically
Time Alarm
664 72 0 4
Will be generated automatically
Escape Alarm
664 72 0 5
Will be generated automatically
Pull Cord Alarm
664 72 0 6
Will be generated automatically
Emergency Nr. 1
664 72 0 7
Will be generated automatically
Manual Alarm LP
664 72 0 8
Will be generated automatically
Table 4-3
Phone number example
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Response times under VDE 0825
5
Response times under VDE 0825
The response times listed in this table must be observed in accordance with BGR 139.
Alarm Type
Response Time
PNA
Manual personal alarm
Prealarm
PNA-S
2s
30 s for voice traffic,
otherwise 2 s
15 s
15 s
Automatic personal alarm, including
prealarm:
●
Man Down Alarm
90 s
90 s
●
Non Movement Alarm
90 s
90 s
●
Time Alarm
30 min
30 min
Automatic personal alarm:
●
Pull Cord Alarm
30 s
30 s
●
Escape Alarm
10 s
30 s
Remark: The prealarm is not mandatory.
Table 5-1
Response times under VDE 0825
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Structure of the Additional Features menu
OpenStage M3/OpenStage M3 Ex
6
Structure of the Additional Features menu
6.1
OpenStage M3/OpenStage M3 Ex
Additional Features
Service PIN
Configuration
Basic Configuration
BM Activation 
Please enter
Basic Mode
BM Activation
Configuration
Service PIN:
Emergency Call
Control Ports
[00000]
Service PIN
Techn. Warning
Reset to default
Table 6-1
Launching the Additional Features - Configuration - Basic Configuration menu
BM Activation
Control Ports
Techn. Warning
Reset to default
Automatic:
Activ. Availability
Activation:
Reset Base Settings
On Off
Sig. Num.: -------
On Off
to
Manual:
Availability NOK
DPS Request Time:
default?
On Off
Sig. Num.: ------
2 min. (0-120 min.)
No
Stop Availability
Out of range time
Sig. Num.: ------
2 min. (0-120 min.)
Yes
Warning signal:
On Off
Melodies :
Alarm 3 (1-5)
Volume 3 (1-5)
Table 6-2
Additional Features - Configuration - Basic Configuration menu
Emergency Call
Service PIN
Emergency Nr. 1:
Change PIN:
112
Please enter
Emergency Nr. 2:
Service PIN
Emergency Nr. 3:
[ - - - - -]
Calling Time:
Re-enter PIN
Table 6-3
Additional Features - Configuration menu
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Structure of the Additional Features menu
OpenStage M3/OpenStage M3 Ex
Emergency Call
Service PIN
30 sec. (0-60 sec.)
Audio Channel:
-----
Handsfr./Handset
Emergency Key:
Shortpress On Off
Longpress On Off
Emerg. Key Locked:
On Off
Emergency Sig.:
Shortpress On Off
Longpress On Off
Melodies: Alarm1 (15)
Volume 3 (1-5)
Table 6-3
Additional Features - Configuration menu
General Settings
Non Movement
Alarm
Man Down Alarm
Time Alarm
Autom. Alarm:
Activation:
Activation:
Activation:
On Off
On Off
On Off
On Off
Off in
Response Time:
Response Time:
Response Time:
Charger
90sec. (10-900 sec.)
90sec. (10-900 sec.)
15 min. (1-120 min.)
Alarm Destinat. 1:
Prealarm:
Prealarm:
Prealarm:
112
15sec. (0-300 sec.)
15sec. (0-300 sec.)
15sec. (0-300 sec.)
Alarm Destinat. 2:
Alarm Destinat. 3:
Calling Time:
30 sec. (0-60 sec.)
Audio Channel:
Handsfr./Handset
Table 6-4
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Structure of the Additional Features menu
OpenStage M3 Plus/OpenStage M3 Ex Plus
6.2
OpenStage M3 Plus/OpenStage M3 Ex Plus
6.2.1
Operating Mode 1: Basic Mode
Additional Features
Service PIN
Configuration
Basic Configuration
BM Activation 
Please enter
1. Basic Mode
Alarms
Configuration
Service PIN:
2. Alarm Mode
BM Activation
Operating Mode
[00000]
3. PNG Mode
Control Ports
Emergency Call
Techn. Warning
Service PIN
Adjust Sensor
Display Rotate 
Reset to default
Table 6-5
Launching the Additional Features - Configuration - Basic Configuration menu
Additional Features
Service PIN
Operating Mode
BM Activation 
Please enter
1. Basic Mode 
Configuration
Service PIN:
2. Alarm Mode 
Operating Mode
[00000]
3. PNG Mode 
Display Rotate 
Table 6-6
Launching the Additional Features - Operating Mode menu
Alarms
BM Activation
General Settings
Automatic:
Control Ports
Techn. Warning
Activ. Availability
Activation:
Non Movement Alarm On Off
Sig. Num.: -------
On Off
Man Down Alarm
Manual:
Availability NOK
DPS Request Time:
Time Alarm
On Off
Sig. Num.: ------
2 min. (0-120 min.)
Escape Alarm
Stop Availability
Out of range time
Pull Cord Alarm
Sig. Num.: ------
2 min. (0-120 min.)
Alarm Signal
Warning signal:
On Off
Melodies :
Alarm 3 (1-5)
Table 6-7
Additional Features - Configuration - Basic Configuration menu
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Structure of the Additional Features menu
OpenStage M3 Plus/OpenStage M3 Ex Plus
Alarms
BM Activation
Control Ports
Techn. Warning
Volume 3 (1-5)
Table 6-7
Additional Features - Configuration - Basic Configuration menu
Adjust Sensor
Reset to default
Please adjust
Reset Base Settings
handset in
to
vertical position
default?
Back
No
OK
Table 6-8
Yes
Additional Features - Configuration - Basic Configuration menu
Emergency Call
Service PIN
Emergency Nr. 1:
Change PIN:
112
Please enter
Emergency Nr. 2:
Service PIN
Emergency Nr. 3:
[ - - - - -]
Calling Time:
Re-enter PIN
30 sec. (0-60 sec.)
Audio Channel:
-----
Handsfr./Handset
Emergency Key:
Shortpress On Off
Longpress On Off
Emerg. Key Locked:
On Off
Emergency Sig.:
Shortpress On Off
Longpress On Off
Melodies: Alarm1
(1-5)
Volume 3 (1-5)
Table 6-9
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Structure of the Additional Features menu
OpenStage M3 Plus/OpenStage M3 Ex Plus
General Settings
Non Movement
Alarm
Man Down Alarm
Time Alarm
Autom. Alarm:
Activation:
Activation:
Activation:
On Off
On Off
On Off
On Off
Off in
Response Time:
Response Time:
Response Time:
Charger
90sec. (10-900 sec.)
90sec. (10-900 sec.)
15 min. (1-120 min.)
Alarm Destinat. 1:
Prealarm:
Prealarm:
Prealarm:
112
15sec. (0-300 sec.)
15sec. (0-300 sec.)
15sec. (0-300 sec.)
Alarm Destinat. 2:
Alarm Destinat. 3:
Calling Time:
30 sec. (0-60 sec.)
Audio Channel:
Handsfr./Handset
Table 6-10
Additional Features - Configuration - Basic Configuration - Alarms menu
Escape Alarm
Pull Cord Alarm
Alarm Signal
Activation:
Activation:
Prealarm:
On Off
On Off
Warning signal:
Response Time:
Response Time:
On Off
30sec (10-900 sec)
30sec (10-900 sec)
Alarm Signal
Prealarm:
Prealarm:
Alarm 5 (1-X)
15sec. (0-300 sec.)
15sec. (0-300 sec.)
Volume 3 3 (1-5)
Sensitivity Level:
Alarming Signal:
Low Medium High
Alarm Signal:
On Off
Alarm Signal:
Alarm 2 (1-5)
Volume 3 (1-5)
Table 6-11
Additional Features - Configuration - Basic Configuration - Alarms menu
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Structure of the Additional Features menu
OpenStage M3 Plus/OpenStage M3 Ex Plus
6.2.2
Operating Mode 2: Alarm Mode
Additional Features
Service PIN
Configuration
Alarm Configuration
BM Activation 
Please enter
1. Basic Mode
Alarms
Configuration
Service PIN:
2. Alarm Mode
AM Activation
Operating Mode
[00000]
3. PNG Mode
Control Ports
Emergency Call
Techn. Warning
Service PIN
Adjust Sensor
Display Rotate 
Reset to default
Alarm Signal PIN
Table 6-12
Launching the Additional Features - Configuration - Alarm Configuration menu
Additional Features
Service PIN
Operating Mode
BM Activation 
Please enter
1. Basic Mode 
Configuration
Service PIN:
2. Alarm Mode 
Operating Mode
[00000]
3. PNG Mode 
Display Rotate 
Table 6-13
Launching the Additional Features - Operating Mode menu
Alarms
AM Activation
Control Ports
Techn. Warning
General Settings
Automatic:
Start Monitoring:
Activation:
Manual Alarm
On Off
Sig. Num.: --------
On Off
Monitoring NOK:
DPS Request Time:
Sig. Num.: --------
2 min. (0-120 min.)
Time Alarm
Stop Monitoring:
Out of range time
Escape Alarm
Sig. Num.: --------
2 min. (0-120 min.)
Pull Cord Alarm
Alarm Recall-loud:
Warning signal:
Alarm Signal
Sig. Num.: --------
On Off
Alarm Recall-quiet:
Melodies :
Sig. Num.: --------
Alarm 3 (1-5)
Alarm Recall-disc:
Volume 3 (1-5)
Non Movement Alarm Manual:
Man Down Alarm
Table 6-14
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Structure of the Additional Features menu
OpenStage M3 Plus/OpenStage M3 Ex Plus
Alarms
AM Activation
Control Ports
Techn. Warning
Sig. Num.: -------Table 6-14
Additional Features - Configuration - Alarm Configuration menu
Adjust Sensor
Reset to default
Alarm Signal PIN
Please adjust
Reset Base Settings
Alarm Signal PIN:
handset in
to
PIN: On Off
vertical position
default?
Please enter
Back
No
OK
Yes
Alarm Signal PIN
[11111]
Table 6-15
Additional Features - Configuration - Alarm Configuration menu
Emergency Call
Service PIN
Emergency Nr. 1:
Change PIN:
112
Please enter
Emergency Nr. 2:
Service PIN
Emergency Nr. 3:
[ - - - - -]
Calling Time:
Re-enter PIN
30 sec. (0-60 sec.)
Audio Channel:
-----
Handsfr./Handset
Emergency Key:
Shortpress On Off
Longpress On Off
Emerg. Key Locked:
On Off
Emergency Sig.:
Shortpress On Off
Longpress On Off
Melodies: Alarm1 (15)
Table 6-16
Additional Features - Configuration menu
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Structure of the Additional Features menu
OpenStage M3 Plus/OpenStage M3 Ex Plus
Emergency Call
Service PIN
Volume 3 (1-5)
Table 6-16
Additional Features - Configuration menu
General Settings
Manual Alarm
Non Movement
Alarm
Man Down Alarm
Control Port Basic:
Alarm Key:
Activation:
Activation:
--------
Shortpress On Off
On Off
On Off
Alarm Destination:
Longpress On Off
Response Time:
Response Time:
--------
Alarm Key locked:
90sec. (10-900 sec.)
90sec. (10-900 sec.)
Alarm Call Count:
On Off
Prealarm:
Prealarm:
15 (2..99)
Alarm Signal:
15sec. (0-300 sec.)
15sec. (0-300 sec.)
Autom. Alarm:
Shortpress On Off
Alarm Destination:
Alarm Destination:
On Off
Longpress On Off
--------
--------
Off in
Alarm Destination:
Charger
Shortpress --------
Audio Channel:
Longpress --------
Handsfr./Handset
Table 6-17
Additional Features - Configuration - Alarm Configuration - Alarms menu
Time Alarm
Escape Alarm
Pull Cord Alarm
Alarm Signal
Activation:
Activation:
Activation:
Prealarm:
On Off
On Off
On Off
Warning signal:
Response Time:
Response Time:
Response Time:
On Off
15 min. (1-120 min.)
30sec (10-900 sec)
30sec (10-900 sec)
Alarm Signal
Prealarm:
Prealarm:
Prealarm:
Alarm 5 (1-5)
15sec. (0-300 sec.)
15sec. (0-300 sec.)
15sec. (0-300 sec.)
Volume 3 (1-5)
Alarm Destination:
Sensitivity Level:
Alarm Destination:
Alarming Signal:
--------
Low Medium High
--------
Alarm Signal:
Table 6-18
6-8
Alarm Destination:
On Off
--------
Alarm Signal:
Additional Features - Configuration - Alarm Configuration - Alarms menu
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Structure of the Additional Features menu
OpenStage M3 Plus/OpenStage M3 Ex Plus
Time Alarm
Escape Alarm
Pull Cord Alarm
Alarm Signal
Alarm 1 (1-5)
Volume 5 (1-5)
Table 6-18
6.2.3
Additional Features - Configuration - Alarm Configuration - Alarms menu
Operating Mode 3: PNG Mode
Additional Features
Service PIN
Configuration
PNG Configuration
PNG Activation 
Please enter
1. Basic Mode
Alarms
Configuration
Service PIN:
2. Alarm Mode
PNG Activation
Operating Mode
[00000]
3. PNG Mode
Control Ports
Emergency Call
Techn. Warning
Service PIN
Adjust Sensor
Display Rotate 
Reset to default
Alarm Signal PIN
Table 6-19
Launching the Additional Features - Configuration - PNG Configuration menu
Additional Features
Service PIN
Operating Mode
PNG Activation 
Please enter
1. Basic Mode 
Configuration
Service PIN:
2. Alarm Mode 
Operating Mode
[00000]
3. PNG Mode 
Display Rotate 
Table 6-20
Launching the Additional Features - Operating Mode menu
Alarms
PNG Activation
Control Ports
Techn. Warning
General Settings
Automatic:
Start Monitoring:
Activation:
Manual Alarm
On Off
Sig. Num.: --------
On Off
Monitoring NOK:
DPS Request Time:
Sig. Num.: --------
2 min. (0-120 min.)
Time Alarm
Stop Monitoring:
Out of range time
Escape Alarm
Sig. Num.: --------
2 min. (0-120 min.)
Non Movement Alarm Manual:
Man Down Alarm
Table 6-21
On Off
Additional Features - Configuration - PNG Configuration menu
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Structure of the Additional Features menu
OpenStage M3 Plus/OpenStage M3 Ex Plus
Alarms
PNG Activation
Control Ports
Techn. Warning
Pull Cord Alarm
Alarm Recall-loud:
Warning signal:
Alarm Signal
Sig. Num.: --------
On Off
Alarm Recall-quiet:
Melodies :
Sig. Num.: --------
Alarm 3 (1-5)
Alarm Recall-disc:
Volume 3 (1-5)
Sig. Num.: -------Table 6-21
Additional Features - Configuration - PNG Configuration menu
Adjust Sensor
Reset to default
Alarm Signal PIN
Please adjust
Reset Base Settings
Alarm Signal PIN:
handset in
to
PIN: On Off
vertical position
default?
Please enter
Back
No
OK
Yes
Alarm Signal PIN
[11111]
Table 6-22
Additional Features - Configuration - PNG Configuration menu
Emergency Call
Service PIN
Emergency Nr. 1:
Change PIN:
112
Please enter
Emergency Nr. 2:
Service PIN
Emergency Nr. 3:
[ - - - - -]
Calling Time:
Re-enter PIN
30 sec. (0-60 sec.)
Audio Channel:
-----
Handsfr./Handset
Emergency Key:
Shortpress On Off
Longpress On Off
Emerg. Key Locked:
On Off
Table 6-23
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Structure of the Additional Features menu
OpenStage M3 Plus/OpenStage M3 Ex Plus
Emergency Call
Service PIN
Emergency Sig.:
Shortpress On Off
Longpress On Off
Melodies: Alarm1
(1-5)
Volume 3 (1-5)
Table 6-23
Additional Features - Configuration menu
General Settings
Manual Alarm
Non Movement
Alarm
Man Down Alarm
Control Port Basic:
Alarm Key:
Activation:
Activation:
--------
Shortpress On Off
On Off
On Off
Alarm Destination:
Longpress On Off
Response Time:
Response Time:
--------
Alarm Key locked:
90sec. (10-90 sec.)
90sec. (10-90 sec.)
Alarm Call Count:
On Off
Prealarm:
Prealarm:
99 (2..99)
Alarm Signal:
15sec. (0-30 sec.)
15sec. (0-30 sec.)
Autom. Alarm:
Shortpress On Off
Alarm Destination:
Alarm Destination:
On Off
Longpress On Off
--------
--------
Off in
Alarm Destination:
Charger
Shortpress --------
Audio Channel:
Longpress --------
Handsfr./Handset
Table 6-24
Additional Features - Configuration - PNG Configuration - Alarms menu
Time Alarm
Escape Alarm
Pull Cord Alarm
Alarm Signal
Activation:
Activation:
Activation:
Prealarm:
On Off
On Off
On Off
Warning signal:
Response Time:
Response Time:
Response Time:
On Off
15 min. (1-15 min.)
30sec (10-30 sec)
30sec (10-30 sec)
Alarm Signal
Prealarm:
Prealarm:
Prealarm:
Alarm 5 (1-5)
Table 6-25
Additional Features - Configuration - PNG Configuration - Alarms menu
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SHB_PNG-Menu.fm
Structure of the Additional Features menu
OpenStage M3 Plus/OpenStage M3 Ex Plus
Time Alarm
Escape Alarm
Pull Cord Alarm
Alarm Signal
15sec. (0-15 sec.)
15sec. (0-15 sec.)
15sec. (0-15 sec.)
Volume 3 (1-5)
Alarm Destination:
Sensitivity Level:
Alarm Destination:
Alarming Signal:
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Low Medium High
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Alarm Signal:
Alarm Destination:
On Off
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Alarm Signal:
Alarm 1 (1-5)
Volume 5 (1-5)
Table 6-25
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Abbreviations
For internal use only
Abbreviations
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The following list explains the abbreviations used in this manual.
Abbreviation
Definition
BGR
Berufsgenossenschaftliche Regelung (Workplace Guidelines)
CLIP
Calling Line Identification Presentation
CMI
Cordless Multicell Integration
DECT
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications
DPS
DECT Positioning System
HNA
HiPath Notsignal-Anlage (HiPath alarm system)
NOK
Not OK
PNA
Personen-Notsignal-Anlage (personal alarm system)
HNA
HiPath PNA
PNA Service
Service personnel with responsibility for the PNA system
PNG
Personen-Notsignal-Gerät (personal alarm device)
PNG-S
Personal alarm device with voice communication capability (in this case:
designation for the handset if it works with an alarm server)
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Index
For internal use only
Index
Z
A
Activation 3-1, 3-12
Adjust Sensor 3-15
Alarm Mode 2-3
Alarm server 2-4
Alarm Signal 3-11
Alarm Signal PIN 3-16
Alarm types 1-1
P
PIN 3-16, 3-19
PNA 2-3
PNEZ (emergency call centre) 2-4
PNG Mode 2-3
PNG Service PIN 3-19
Prealarm 1-2
Privacy and data security 1-2
Pull Cord Alarm 1-1, 3-11
R
Reset to default 3-16
S
B
Service PIN 3-19
Signal types 1-1
Symbols used 1-3
Basic Mode 2-2
BGR 139 2-3
C
Configuration in compliance with BGR 139
2-3
Control Ports 3-13
Conventions 1-3
T
Techn. Warning 1-2, 3-14
Technical warning alarm signal 3-14
Time Alarm 1-1, 3-9
D
Display Rotate 3-3
E
Emergency Call 3-17
Escape Alarm 1-1, 3-10
G
General Settings 3-4
H
HiPath PNA (personal alarm system) 2-3
M
Man Down Alarm 1-1, 3-8
Manual Alarm 1-1, 3-6
N
Non Movement Alarm 1-1, 3-7
Notational conventions used 1-3
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