Jacques 550 System - Intercom systems explained

Jacques 550 System - Intercom systems explained
JACQUES INTERCOM SYSTEMS
A guide to understanding the JACQUES Intercom Systems
Publication version 1.2
March 2002
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About this document
The purpose of this document is to provide an overview of the complete
range JACQUES Intercom Systems currently available.
The contents of this document will assist to determine the appropriate
style of JACQUES Intercom System to be used within an installation.
This document will also assist you to decide upon which JACQUES
Intercom System should be used to provide the best possible solution for
your chosen installation or building site.
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Contents
Introduction ................................................................................. 4
Devices ....................................................................................... 6
Master Control Stations.......................................................... 6
Controllers.............................................................................. 7
Repeaters............................................................................... 7
Concentrators......................................................................... 8
Slave Intercoms ..................................................................... 9
RS485-type Slaves ........................................................... 9
Concentrator-type Slaves.................................................. 9
Emergency Help Point Units .................................................. 9
Accessories............................................................................ 9
Interfaces ............................................................................... 10
Power Supplies ...................................................................... 10
Switchers................................................................................ 10
Levels.......................................................................................... 11
Wiring topologies......................................................................... 12
Bus-Wired topology................................................................ 12
Star-Wired topology ............................................................... 13
Networked Intercom System ....................................................... 14
RS485 configuration.......................................................... 15
Concentrator configuration ................................................ 17
Stand-Alone Intercom System..................................................... 19
Non-Contact Visits configuration ....................................... 20
5 and 2 Station configuration............................................. 21
Emergency Help Point Intercom System..................................... 22
RS485 configuration.......................................................... 23
Concentrator configuration ................................................ 24
Ethernet configuration ....................................................... 25
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Introduction
JACQUES ELECTRONICS are a leading Australian designer and
manufacturer of state-of-the-art Intercoms Systems.
Since 1980, JACQUES have been building upon the success of their
high-quality Intercom and Professional Audio products.
JACQUES have developed a number of leading-edge products, which
include, but are not limited to:
• Passenger Transportation Systems Including Help Point, OnVehicle Communication, Information and Integrated Interactive
Entertainment Systems
• Fixed Help Point Systems
• High Level Interfaces to Building Management
• CCTV Networks
• Monitoring Control Systems
• Integrated Interactive Communication Systems.
JACQUES are also leading edge designers and manufacturers of
Intercom Systems. The JACQUES range of Intercom Systems are
extremely reliable and robust, and have been designed for use in large
industrial and commercial building projects. Typical installations of the
installation of the JACQUES Intercom Systems include:
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Correctional Centres
Police Station Watch Houses
Railway and Bus Stations
Shopping Malls
Carparks and Motorways
Other public places that require a robust and reliable Intercom
System
For further details about JACQUES Intercom features and designs,
please read the Architects and Engineers Specification ver 2002.
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Introduction (continued)
General features of the JACQUES Intercom Systems include:
• The Intercom Systems utilise RS-485 microprocessor controlled
operations. This allows for long Cat-5 cable runs between points
and Master Station interfaces.
• The Intercoms have been designed and built around “multiplelevels”. This allows for the systems to grow with your requirements
as they can be easily upgraded or expanded.
• The Intercom units are built with a unique self-checking function,
which allows for the products integration with the Emergency
Warning and Intercommunications System (EWIS). The units
comply with Australian Standards.
• The systems have been built with “on-board self-diagnostics”. The
inbuilt self-diagnostics allow the system to perform a self-test check
on the operation of the Slave Intercoms. If a fault is detected, the
offending station will appear on the fault log and notification will be
displayed at the Master Station.
• Allows for multiple incoming calls with Priority Importance
Scanning. The system will automatically answer priority calls first.
• Control of up to two individual Auxiliary Audio Channels, for music
to be selected and distributed to the Slaves and Masters.
• A detailed internal registry that will keep track of any system errors
that occur.
• Provides clear, high-quality voice transmission and reproduction.
There are three types of JACQUES Intercom Systems:
1/ Networked Intercom System
RS485-configuration
Concentrator-configuration
2/ Stand-Alone Intercom System
Non-Contact Visits-configuration
5 and 2 Station-configuration
3/ Emergency Help Point Intercom System
RS485-configuration
Concentrator-configuration
Ethernet-configuration
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Devices
JACQUES Intercom Systems are built from a number of individual
Devices which include; Master Control Stations, Controllers, Repeaters,
Concentrators, Slave Intercoms, and Accessory Devices such as; FibreOptic and Printer Interfaces, Audio Mixers and PA Amplifiers.
The JACQUES Intercom Systems
are built from individual Devices,
such as:
Master Stations
Controllers
Repeaters
Concentrators
Slave Intercoms
Accessories
Master Control Stations
The Master Control Station is often located inside an Operator’s Control
Room or a similar environment. The Master Control Station are used to
control the operation of all the Intercom System functions, including the
Send and Receive calling operations. Master Control Stations are
available as a Desktop or PC unit.
Master Control Stations are used to control the operation of all the Intercom System functions.
(Left:) JACQUES DCS-550M Desktop Master. (Right:) JACQUES PC software Master (GUI Interface)
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Devices (continued)
Controllers
Controllers are used specifically with the JACQUES Networked Intercom
Systems and can be used in two (2) ways:
1.
As the Interface Gateway between the Master Station to
the Slave Intercom(s) and Device(s)
2.
As the Interface Gateway between the Master Station to
the Concentrator(s).
Up to 255 Slaves and/or Devices or Concentrators can be connected to
a single Controller, with the use of Repeaters.
JACQUES Controllers and Repeaters are used with the JACQUES Networked Intercom Systems.
Controllers are available as a Stand-Alone or rack-mounted unit. Shown here as a 3RU modules.
Repeaters
If the intended application requires the connection of more than 32
Slaves and/or Devices or Concentrators to a single Controller a Repeater
would be added to the system.
Each Repeater will connect additional 32 Slaves and/or Devices, or
Concentrators - to a single Controller (up to a maximum or 255 per
Controller.) Up to 8 Repeaters can be added, per Controller.
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Devices (continued)
Concentrators
A Concentrator is used specifically with the Concentrator-configuration
type, Networked Intercom Systems. The Concentrator acts as an
Interface between the Controller and the Concentrator-Type Slave
Intercoms.
A maximum of eight (8) Concentrator-Type Slaves can be connected per
Concentrator.
JACQUES Concentrators are only used with the [Concentrator-configuration] type Networked Intercom
Systems. Can be a Stand-Alone, 6RU or 1RU high unit. Shown here as a 1RU high unit
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Slave Intercoms
The Slave Intercom is the unit which allows the caller to interface to the
JACQUES Intercom System and are used to send and receive calls to
the Master Stations. The Slave Intercoms can be installed within a wall,
doorway or gate.
Two styles of Slave Intercoms are available:
1/ RS485-Type Slave Intercoms:
These types of Slaves have on-board
memory chips that are used to store
individual identification information.
They connect directly to the Controllers.
HSL/VSL series Slaves
2/ CONCENTRATOR-Type Slave Intercoms:
These types of Slaves do not have on-board memory chips.
Instead, they store information within the Concentrator unit.
They can only be used specifically with the Concentratorconfiguration type, Networked Intercom Systems.
Emergency Help Point Units
Help Point Units are highly visible, user friendly
calling stations, which form part of the JACQUES
Emergency Help Point Unit. The Help Point Units
have been designed with vandal resistance in mind.
The units can be used within the RS485,
Concentrator and Ethernet system configurations.
HPU-5 Emergency Help Point Unit
Accessories
JACQUES Accessories cover any additional
peripheral equipment that can be added to any
JACQUES Networked Intercom System.
This includes microphones, speakers, amplifiers,
CCTV cameras and 19” Equipment Racks.
SVR-100
Ceiling Speaker
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Devices (continued)
Interfaces
JACQUES Interfaces include various additional external devices, such
as Printers, audio cassette decks, digital voice loggers, telephone
systems (PABX, PBX) and CCTV systems.
These Interfaces are connected between the JACQUES Networked
Intercom System and the external device.
(Left:)
JACQUES FOM-4 Fibre
Optic Interface unit.
(Right:)
JACQUES DPIF-1
Printer Interface unit.
Power Supplies
JACQUES Power Supplies are used to supply the power to a range of
equipment used in a JACQUES Networked Intercom System.
They are available as a range of plug packs to rack-mount units.
JACQUES PSU-10 dual power supply unit, supplied as a 2RU high unit.
Switchers
JACQUES Switchers and signal routers are used to select and route
(audio and video) signals within a system.
The switching/routing is performed either by using RS-485 data or by
utilising a manual push-button selection.
JACQUES AVS-2-8 Audio/Video Switcher
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Levels
JACQUES Intercom Systems are designed and built from a hierarchy of
levels. A single level contains a Master Station, Controller and the
Slaves or Devices connected to the unit.
A single-Level system
Other levels of Masters, Slaves and Devices can be added above or
below this level, to create many user-defined levels.
A multiple level system can contain any number of Master Stations,
Controllers and Slaves (over 8000 in all).
A multi-Level system
The advantages of building an Intercom System with multiple levels are:
1/ The ease to upgrade and expand the system at a later date.
2/ Allows for multi-Station operators, within the one Intercom System.
3/ Allows for single-Station operator, when other Masters are “remote
switched” – For example during night time or part-closure of a building.
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Wiring Topologies
The JACQUES Networked Intercom Systems are wired in one of two
topologies:
1/ Bus-wired topology
2/ Star-wired topology
The difference being the way the Slaves or Help Points are connected to
its Controller or Concentrator.
Bus-Wired topology
This cabling method is commonly found in larger installations, where
there are a large number of Slaves or Help Points arranged in a regular
pattern, ie: rooms in a building.
Bus-wiring topology can only be used with the RS485-configuration type
Intercom Systems.
The cable (stranded Cat-5, 4-pair data cable) is wired out from the
Controller into a continuing parallel or daisy-chained sequence between
the Slaves or Help Points.
Bus-wired topology is only used with the RS485-configuration type, Intercom Systems.
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Wiring Topologies (continued)
Star-Wired topology
This cabling method can be found on either RS-485 or Concentratorconfiguration type, Intercom Systems. However, it is the only method
used for wiring the Concentrator-configuration type Intercom Systems.
The Star-Point is a common wiring point of all Slaves or Help Points.
In a typical installation, this could be a 3M or Mondragon insulation
termination block.
Star-Wired topology block diagram, using the
RS485-configuration type, Intercom Systems.
Note the additional termination blocks used,
such as 3M or Mondragon type.
Star-Wired topology block diagram,
using the Concentrator-configuration
type, Intercom Systems.
A maximum of eight Slaves or Help
Point Units can be connected, per
Concentrator unit.
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Networked Intercom System
The JACQUES Networked Intercom System is typically used in very
large installations with many (over 8000) Slaves and Devices attached.
Single or multiple Master Stations control all operations, by creating an
intercom system using a hierarchy of levels.
JACQUES Networked Intercom Systems are available in two different
designs:
1/ RS485-configuration
2/ Concentrator-configuration
The configuration used in a particular System will depend on the size
and wiring criteria of the installation.
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Networked Intercom System (continued)
RS485-configuration
The JACQUES RS485-configuration type Networked Intercom System is
most commonly used for the larger site installation, due to its Bus-wiring
topology between the Controller and the RS485 Slaves.
It uses RS-232 data from the Master Control Station to the Controller,
and RS-485 data from the Controller to the RS485-Slaves.
A maximum of thirty-two (32) Slave Intercoms can be connected to any
one Controller. This can be expanded up to 255 Slaves, by the
additional use of a JACQUES Repeater.
Additionally, by using a hierarchical network of Master Control Stations,
Controllers and Repeaters, the Intercom System can be expanded out to
control the connection of over 8000 Slaves or Devices.
The following is a block diagram of a complete
Controller-type JACQUES Networked Intercom
System.
Properties in this particular installation are:
Single-Level system
Single Desktop Master Station
Controller
Termination frame for Bus-Wiring of
Slaves
Interface to a VCR for recording
conversations (audio and video)
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Networked Intercom System (continued)
The following block diagram is a typical one-Level system of the RS485configuration type Networked Intercom System.
In this configuration, the functional centre of the Intercom System is the
Controller.
The Controller is the connecting interface between the Master Control
Station and the RS485-Slaves.
JACQUES Master Control Station
Can be a PC or a Desktop Master.
Shown here as a PC Master
Uses RS-232 data between the Master and Controller, allowing a
maximum cabling distance of up to 30 metres
JACQUES Controller
Used as the interface between the Master
and the Slaves.
Up to 255 Slaves and/or Devices can be
connected to a single Controller.
Uses RS-485 data between the Controller and the RS485-Slaves
or Help Point Units, allowing a maximum cabling distance of up to
250 metres
RS485-type Slave Intercoms or Help Points
Up to thirty-two RS485-type Slave Intercoms or Help
Point Units can be connected per Controller.
More Slaves can be connected if Repeaters are used
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Networked Intercom System (continued)
Concentrator-configuration
The JACQUES Concentrator-configuration type Networked Intercom
System is different from the RS485-configuration type system. The main
difference with this configuration is that it requires an additional
Concentrator unit to be attached between the Controller and the
Concentrator-Slaves.
This system is most commonly used for smaller site installation, due to
its Star-wiring topology between the Concentrator and the Slaves.
It uses RS-232 data from the Master Control Station to the Controller,
RS-485 data from the Controller to the Concentrator and Current-Loop
design from the Concentrator to the Slaves.
The following is a block diagram of a complete Concentrator-type JACQUES Networked
Intercom System. Properties in this particular installation are:
Single-Level system
Single Desktop Master Station
Controller
Two Concentrators, one has 6 Slaves, the other, 5.
Two AM/FM Tuners supply the two Auxiliary Audio Channels
Interface to a VCR for recording conversations
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Networked Intercom System (continued)
The following is a block diagram of a Concentrator-configuration type, JACQUES Networked
Intercom System.
This system uses different Slaves (Concentrator-Slaves) and requires the additional
Concentrator unit, located between the Controller and the Concentrator-Slaves.
JACQUES Master Control Station
Can be a PC or a Desktop Master.
Shown here as a PC Master
Uses RS-232 data between the Master and Controller, allowing a
maximum cabling distance of up to 30 metres
JACQUES Controller
Up to 255 Concentrators and/or Devices can be
connected to a single Controller
Uses RS-485 data between the Controller and the Concentrator,
allowing a maximum cabling distance of up to 250 metres
JACQUES Concentrator
Used as the interface between the Controller and
the Concentrator Slaves.
Shown here as a 6RU high unit
Uses Current-Loop between the Concentrator and the
Concentrator-Slaves or Help Point Units, allowing a
maximum cabling distance of up to 250 metres
Concentrator-type Slave Intercoms or Help Point
Units
Up to eight Concentrator-type Slave Intercoms or Help
Point Units, can be connected per Concentrator unit.
The Slaves are wired in a Star-Wired topology
configuration.
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Stand-Alone Intercom System
The JACQUES Stand-Alone Intercom System is a ready to use complete
Intercom System, which has been especially designed for small
installation areas requiring a smaller number (5 to 2) of Intercom
Stations.
There are two types of Stand-Alone Intercom Systems:
1/ NCI (Non-Contacts Visits) Intercom System
2/ VSL series (5 to 2 Station) intercom system
The intercom used in a Stand-Alone Intercom application will depend
upon the desired use and number of Slaves required.
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Stand-Alone Intercom System (continued)
Non-Contact Visits configuration
This configuration is a specially designed two-station Stand-Alone
Intercom System, used for Non-Contact Visits areas in Correctional
Centres and Police Station Watch Houses.
This configuration uses an “Active End Station” and a “Handset Station”,
rather than a Master or Slave unit. The use of an Active End Station and
a Handset Station provides an extremely rugged and reliable two-station
intercom system.
As the system does not utilise RS-485 control data, the cabling distance
has been shortened to 10 metres between the two stations.
The following is a block diagram of JACQUES Non-Contact Visits, Stand-Alone Intercom
System. Note this is only a two (2)-Station Intercom System.
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Stand-Alone Intercom System (continued)
5 and 2 Station configuration
This type of Stand-Alone Intercom System is used in any other small
installation that requires up to four Slaves, connected back to a single
Master, providing a 5-Station Intercom System.
The Master Station is a special wall plate-type that is used specifically for
this system rather than the typical desktop or PC type unit.
The Slaves are also a special one-button type, used specifically for this
system.
RS-485 data is used to control functions and operations, allowing a
cabling distance of up to 1000 metres between the Master and Slaves.
The following is a block diagram of JACQUES five (5)-Station, Stand-Alone Intercom
System. This Intercom System contains a Master Station and up to 4 Slaves.
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Emergency Help Point Intercom System
Emergency Help Point Intercom Systems are installed in an increasing
number of passenger trains and buses, and also public buildings and
other public areas.
The Emergency Help Point Intercoms have been designed for use in
areas where the public may be in a distressing situation or in the face of
an emergency. These units allow the individual to immediately
communicate to another person for help.
The JACQUES Emergency Help Point Intercom System can be
combined into an existing JACQUES Networked Intercom System, or
used as a separate and complete, Emergency Help Point Intercom
System.
The JACQUES Emergency Help Point Intercom Systems uses Master
Stations and Help Point units (not Slave Intercoms).
Help Point Units (HPU’s) are vandal resistant individual calling stations,
which form part of an Emergency Help Point Communications System.
There are three types of Emergency Help Point Intercom Systems:
1/ RS485-configuration
2/ Concentrator-configuration
3/ Ethernet-configuration
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Emergency Help Point Intercom System (continued)
RS485 configuration
The RS485-configuration Emergency Help Point System, is similar in
design to the RS485-configuration type, Networked Intercom System.
There is a Master Station, used to control all call operations, and a
Controller, used as an interface to the HPU’s.
The HPU’s are connected to the Controller unit, using Daisy-Chain wiring
topology.
Features of the RS485 Emergency Help Point System:
• Up to 255 Help Point Units, per Controller. Max number of 31
Controllers, allowing over 8000 Help Point Units, per Level, to be
connected within a single Emergency Help Point Intercom System
• Daisy-Chain wiring topology from HPU’s to the Controller
Block diagram of a JACQUES RS-485 Emergency Help Point System:
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Emergency Help Point Intercom System (continued)
Concentrator configuration
The Concentrator-configuration Emergency Help Point System, is similar
in design to the Concentrator-configuration Networked Intercom System.
There is a Master Station, used to control all call operations, and a
Controller, used as an interface to the HPU’s.
A Concentrator is additionally used as an interface between the HPU’s
and the Controller unit.
The HPU’s are connected to the Concentrator unit, using Star-wiring
topology.
Features of the Concentrator Emergency Help Point System:
• Up to 8 HPU’s per Concentrator and 31 Concentrators per
Controller. Providing up to 255 Help Point Units, per Level
• Star-Wiring topology from HPU’s to the Concentrator
Block diagram of a JACQUES Concentrator Emergency Help Point System:
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Emergency Help Point Intercom System (continued)
Ethernet configuration
The Ethernet-configuration Emergency Help Point System, is ideal for
very large systems and can be easily upgraded to accommodate more
HPU’s, using TCP/IP Addresses.
The Ethernet system has the ability to be integrated into small and large
LAN / WAN networks. A typical example of this is its use on the Local
Area Network (LAN) of a Railway Station, which may be part of a Wide
Area Network (WAN) covering distances of hundreds of kilometres.
Features of the Ethernet LAN Emergency Help Point System:
• Ethernet Connection at 10/100MB/sec
• TCP/IP Addressing for simplicity of addressing
• Small networks or large simply plug and play
See next page for block diagram.
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268 Montague Road, West End,
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Brisbane – Australia
JACQUES INTERCOM SYSTEMS
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Emergency Help Point Intercom System (continued)
Block diagram of an Ethernet LAN Emergency Help Point System:
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268 Montague Road, West End,
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ABN: 22 764 519 461
Brisbane – Australia
JACQUES INTERCOM SYSTEMS
Product specification
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
equipment specifications, document context and design styling and then passing this information onto
this document.
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