Concentrator-Wiring Rev1
Concentrators
WIRING INFORMATION
Publication version 2.0
August 2002
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Concentrators – Wiring Information
About this document
The purpose of this document is to provide a complete wiring description,
of the selected JACQUES product.
It shows cable connections, wiring diagrams and any other details that
are required to correctly install this product.
Due to its highly technical nature, this document is intended to be used
by suitably qualified Technicians or Engineers.
For further information on the range of JACQUES products, please refer
to the separate JACQUES Intercom Systems – A Guide to
understanding the JACQUES Intercom Systems document.
For further details about JACQUES Intercom features and designs,
please read the Architects and Engineers Specification ver 2002.
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Contents
Wiring -------------------------------------------------------- 4
Connections ----------------------------------------------- 4
Wiring diagram-------------------------------------------- 5
Wiring Table ----------------------------------------------- 6
Configuration---------------------------------------------- 7
DIP Switch Settings ------------------------------------- 7
How to use and initialise the DIP Switches-------- 7
Beep mode on Call request --------------------------- 9
Call button detection mode ---------------------------- 9
Slave Relay Enable mode ----------------------------- 10
Slave Relay Energise mode--------------------------- 10
Start Slave Address value ----------------------------- 11
Slave’s Speaker level adjustments ------------------ 12
How to adjust the Slave’s Speaker levels---------- 12
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Wiring
Connections
The JACQUES Concentrator is used as an interface between the
Concentrator Slaves and the Controller.
Figure 1 shows the wiring connections between the Concentrator Slaves
to the Concentrator and then to the Controller.
Figure 1: Connection diagram for the Concentrator.
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Wiring Diagram
Figure 2 shows the wiring diagram of the cables from the Controller to
the Concentrator.
! Note that the power supply cables (PL4 #3 and #4) are using the cable
pairs twisted together, (Brown and Brown/White, Green and
Green/White), to form a thicker cable.
! When wiring up another Concentrator unit, the cable is Daisy-chain
wired out from one Concentrator to another.
Figure 2: Connection wiring diagram: Controller to Concentrator
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Wiring Table
Table 1 shows the cable wiring of the Concentrator connections.
The Combicon connectors (PL4, PL5) are located on the rear panel.
Table 1: Wiring Table of Concentrator
PL4, PL5 connectors are located on the rear panel of the Concentrator
Connector #
Pin #
PL4
1
NOT CONNECTED
PL4
2
NOT CONNECTED
PL4
3
PL4
4
PL4
5
PL4
6
PL4
7
PL4
8
PL5
1
PL5
PL5
PL5
2
3
4
Function
+24V DC Power
Supply from
Controller
0V DC Ground
Power Supply
from Controller
Auxiliary Audio
Channel #2
(– ve)
Aux Audio
Channel #2
(+ ve)
Auxiliary Audio
Channel #1
(– ve)
Aux Audio
Channel #1
(+ ve)
Audio TO
Concentrator
(– ve)
Audio TO
Concentrator
(+ ve)
Audio FROM
Concentrator
(– ve)
Audio FROM
Concentrator
(+ ve)
Cable type
Cable colour
CAT 5, 4-pair
Megatwistpatch
Brown
AND
Brown/White
Green
AND
Green/White
CAT 5, 4-pair
Megatwistpatch
CAT 5, 4-pair
Megatwistpatch
Orange/White
CAT 5, 4-pair
Megatwistpatch
Orange
CAT 5, 4-pair
Megatwistpatch
Blue/White
CAT 5, 4-pair
Megatwistpatch
Blue
CAT 5, 4-pair
Megatwistpatch
Blue/White
CAT 5, 4-pair
Megatwistpatch
Blue
CAT 5, 4-pair
Megatwistpatch
Orange/White
CAT 5, 4-pair
Megatwistpatch
Orange
PL5
5
NOT CONNECTED
PL5
6
NOT CONNECTED
PL5
7
PL5
8
RS-485 Data
(– ve)
RS-485 Data
(+ ve)
CAT 5, 4-pair
Megatwistpatch
CAT 5, 4-pair
Megatwistpatch
Brown/White
Brown
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Configuration
DIP Switch settings (SW1)
The JACQUES Concentrators have
inbuilt software programming
functions, which allow changes to
certain operations of the Concentrator
Slaves that are attached to the Slave
Ports 1-8.
These changes can be initialised from
the DIP Switches (SW1), located on
the Concentrator motherboard, as
shown in Figure 3.
Figure 3: Location of the DIPSwitches (SW1) on the motherboard.
How to use and initialise the DIP Switches
In order to initialise the function changes, follow the following steps.
Step 1:
Turn off the power to the Concentrator Unit.
Step 2:
Take note of the DIP Switch (SW1) settings that are already set up
for the Start Slave Address (See Table 1). These Address Slave
settings will need to be returned back to these settings afterwards.
Step 3:
Switch all DIP Switches to the OFF position.
Step 4:
Turn ON the power to the Concentrator Unit. The most Left LED,
located on the front panel of the Concentrator will now be Green.
This indicates that it is ready for any changes to be made.
Continued…
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Step 5:
Set the required DIP Switch options as outlined in Table 2.
Beep mode
on Call
Request
Call-Button
detection
mode
Slave Relay
enable
Slave Relay
energise
mode
Reserved
Reserved
Initialise new
settings
Check
Options Byte
Table 2: DIP Switch options and functions
Concentrator DIP Switch (SW1) settings (0=OFF, 1=ON)
#1
#2
#3 #4
#5
#6
#7
#8
function
0
Single beep
1
Periodic beep
0
Level detection
1
Edge detection
0
Relay disabled
1
Relay enabled
0
Energise mode #1
1
Energise mode #2
010
Reads and displays
the RAM contents
010
Writes the settings
into the RAM
Step 6
Now that the required options have been selected on the DIP
Switches, they now need to be saved into the Concentrator’s Flash
RAM. Toggle DIP SW1 #1 from 0 – 1 - 0. The second Left Slave
LED on the Concentrator front panel will now show Green, to
indicate that the new options have now been stored.
Step 7
The contents of the Flash RAM can be checked by toggling DIP
SW1 #2 from 0 – 1 – 0. The contents are then displayed on the
front panel LEDs.
Step 8
Turn off the power to the Concentrator Unit. Return DIP switch
settings back to their original positions (Start Slave Address).
Resume power and the Concentrator will now use the new options.
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DIP Switch settings
Please refer to Table 2 (previous page), for more details.
Beep mode on Call request
This function is changed by DIP SW1, #8
OFF: Single Beep mode is activated.
When the Concentrator Slave Call button is pressed, a single beep
will be heard from that Slave’s speaker, confirming that a call has
been acknowledged from the Concentrator.
ON: Periodic Beep on Call Request
When the Concentrator Slave Call button is pressed, a single beep
will be heard from that Slave’s speaker, confirming that a call has
been acknowledged from the Concentrator. The Slave will then
continue to beep periodically, until that call has been answered from
the Master Station. This function is used in Help Point systems.
Call Button detection mode
This function is changed by DIP SW1, #7
OFF: Level detection mode
In this mode, a Call request is made whenever the Call button signal
is logic-level High (H). This does not differ from the old
Concentrator code.
ON: Edge detection mode
In this mode, a Call request is made whenever the Call button signal
changes from a logic-level Low (L), to a High (H). This means that
the Call button on the Slave, has to be pushed and then released in
order to signal a Call request.
In this mode also, a Call button that becomes stuck is detected. If
the Call button is pressed and held for longer that 4 seconds, the
Concentrator will send a Button Stuck alarm message to the Master.
The Button Stuck alarm will then be re-checked approximately every
two minutes.
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Slave Relay Enable mode
This function is changed by DIP SW1, #6
OFF: Concentrator Slave Relay disabled
In this mode, the relays on all of the connected Concentrator Slaves,
will be disabled. This then means that DIP SW1, #4 settings have
no effect.
ON: Concentrator Slave Relay enabled
In this mode, the relays on all of the connected Concentrator Slaves,
will be enabled for switching functions, enabled using DIP SW1, #4
settings.
Slave Relay Energise mode
This function is changed by DIP SW1, #5
Be sure that DIP SW#1, #6 is set to ON, in order for the Relay to work.
OFF: Energise Relay mode type 1
• Press the Call button on the Slave – The Call is initialised and
the Slave Relay is energised.
• The Call is answered from the Master Station – The Relay is
still energised.
• The Master Station ends the call – The Relay is de-energised.
ON: Energise Relay mode type 2
• Press the Call button on the Slave – The Call is initialised and
the Slave Relay is energised for 0.7 second (short energised
pulse).
• The Call is answered from the Master Station – No Relay
change
• The Master Station ends the call – No Relay change
This mode is typically used for input switching of Video, Camera and
Audio Switching equipment, etc.
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Start Slave Address value
Refer to Table 3.
Up to eight Concentrator Slaves can be connected to each Concentrator,
and many Concentrators can be used in an Intercom System. The
limiting number of Slaves total used must not exceed 255 units.
DIP SW1 is used to set the Starting Slave Address number. Therefore,
each Slave Port thereafter is incremented by one.
EG: If the Starting Slave Address number is set to 1, then:
Slave Port # 1 = Address value 1 (DIP SW1 = 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1)
Slave Port # 2 = Address value 2 (DIP SW1 = 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0)
Slave Port # 3 = Address value 3 (DIP SW1 = 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1)
Slave Port # 4 = Address value 4 (DIP SW1 = 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0)
Slave Port # 5 = Address value 5 (DIP SW1 = 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1)
Slave Port # 6 = Address value 6 (DIP SW1 = 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0)
Slave Port # 7 = Address value 7 (DIP SW1 = 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1)
Slave Port # 8 = Address value 8 (DIP SW1 = 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0)
So if using this example, and another Concentrator is added, then its
Starting Slave Address number will be set to 9 (ending it at 17), etc.
Table 3, Start Slave Address
Start Slave Address settings DIP SW1 (0=OFF 1=ON)
#8
#7
#6
#5
#4
#3
#2
#1
Device Address Code
(x 128)
0
(x 64)
0
(x 32)
0
(x 16)
0
(x 8)
0
(x 4)
0
(x 2)
0
(x 1)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
::
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
::
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
::
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
::
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
::
1
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
::
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
::
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
::
1
(Binary multiplier)
INVAILD! Do not use
(used to initiate new settings)
Slave Address #1
Slave Address #2
Slave Address #3
Slave Address #4
Slave Address #5
Slave Address #6
Slave Address #7
Slave Address #8
Slave Address #9
Slave Address #10
Slave Address #11
::
Slave Address #255 (max)
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Slave’s Speaker Level adjustments (VR2 to VR9)
The connected Concentrator Slaves
Speaker level is adjusted by individual
trimpot adjustments VR2 to VR9,
located on the Concentrator
motherboard, as shown in Figure 4.
Figure 4: Slave Speaker trimpots
These trimpot adjustments are all
factory preset to –6dBu audio level out
and may only need be adjusted (onsite), where it is a particularly noisy
environment and the Slave’s speaker
level is not loud enough.
How to adjust the Speaker levels
Step 1
Make sure that all of the
Concentrator Slaves are plugged
into the Concentrator unit and that everything is powered up and
working correctly.
Step 2
To adjust the loudness of the Slave Speaker Level, a person will
need to constantly speak into Master Station’s Microphone as a
“Test-One-Two” signal source, or the Auxiliary Audio signal can be
enabled (If the Intercom System has this function)
Step 3
Adjust the individual Speaker level trimpots VR2 to VR9, as
required, using Table 4 as a reference.
Table 4: Corresponding Trimpots to Slave Port values.
Trimpot value
Slave’s Speaker level
VR2
Slave Port #1
VR3
Slave Port #2
VR4
Slave Port #3
VR5
Slave Port #4
VR6
Slave Port #5
VR7
Slave Port #6
VR8
Slave Port #7
VR9
Slave Port #8
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For further details about JACQUES Intercom features and designs,
please read the Architects and Engineers Specification ver 2002.
This document can be read from the website at: www.jacques.com.au
 copyright 2002 JACQUES ELECTRONICS Pty Ltd
Jacques Electronics Pty Ltd reserves the right to continually improve products by updating any
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