3M 2470 Intercom System User Manual

Wired Intercom System
Performance Series
Models 2470 and 2475
Installation Instructions
FCC Information
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following conditions:
• This device must not cause harmful interference.
• This device must accept any interference received including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could
void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
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Front Matter
Revision Record
Date
Revision
2/02/02
4/08/02
4/11/02
4/15/02
4/19/04
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02
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Reason For Change
Preliminary manual released
Preliminary second draft
Preliminary third draft
Manual Released
Revisions made
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Front Matter
Table of Contents
System Components .................................................................................... 1
I/O Card and Noise Reduction Module Installation ................................ 2
I/O Card Installation ................................................................................................ 2
3M Model A125, Noise Reduction Module, Installation (Optional).................... 3
Component Placement ................................................................................ 4
Communications Controller..................................................................................... 4
Power Supply........................................................................................................... 4
Call Stations............................................................................................................. 5
Station Selectors ...................................................................................................... 5
Wiring the System....................................................................................... 6
Configuration Worksheets ....................................................................................... 7
Wiring Call Stations ................................................................................................ 7
Wiring Station Selectors .......................................................................................... 7
Wiring Communications Controller ........................................................................ 8
Initializing the System ................................................................................ 9
System Mode Selection: .......................................................................................... 9
Initialization instructions for Pump Mode (factory default) .................................... 10
Initialization Instructions for Island Mode .............................................................. 10
Programming the System ........................................................................... 11
Programming State .................................................................................................. 11
Error Message.......................................................................................................... 12
Parameter Selection ................................................................................................. 12
Keypad Function Definitions (for Text entry) (Programming State) ...................... 15
Adjusting the System .................................................................................. 17
Inbound Audio Volume Level ................................................................................. 17
VOX (Voice Operated Transmission) Sensitivity Level ......................................... 17
Outbound Talk Volume Level ................................................................................. 17
Outbound Music/Messaging Volume Level (Only for systems that use
Music/Messaging) ...................................................................................... 18
Testing the Functions............................................................................................... 18
Configuration Worksheets ......................................................................... 19
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System Components
System Components
The Performance Series Intercom System consists of:
•
A minimum of one Model 2475 Station Selector
•
One Model 2470 Communications Controller
•
A maximum of 24 Call Stations
The system provides two-way audio communication between the Station Selector and the 24 call stations. The
system also provides communications between station selectors. It is a single channel, half-duplex, wired system.
Figure 1 shows the components.
Figure 1. D-2400 Intercom System Components
Material Required (Not Supplied)
•
Assortment of screws, anchors, and cable clamps.
•
Sufficient twisted pair sets of audio cable to connect other components such as Station Selector, Call Stations,
etc. See Figure 1.
!
Important
The wires for the speaker connection must be twisted pairs and shielded for proper operation.
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I/O Board and Noise Reduction Module
Installation
I/O Card and Noise Reduction Module Installation
I/O Card Installation
Be sure the system is powered off!
1. Remove 4 screws on each side of the Communications
Controller cover.
2. Remove cover.
Note: Insert I/O cards beginning from connector J5. Add
additional I/O cards sequentially (J6, J7, etc.).
3. Remove slot cover and mounting screw. Refer to Figure 2.
4. Remove all terminal blocks from edge of I/O card.
5. Insert I/O card into I/O connector by pressing gently into
place.
6. Use slot cover mounting screw to secure I/O card to
chassis.
7. Insert terminal blocks into I/O card station ports.
8. Repeat until all I/O cards are installed.
9. Replace cover and 8 screws.
Figure 2. I/O Card Installation
!
Important
A larger power supply must be used if more than four (4).
I/O cards are installed. Use D2470-20 power supply Part
Number 78-8117-4153-3 when more than four (4) I/O cards
are installed.
After the larger power supply is installed, Remove the
following Warning label:
WARNING
Do not add any I/O cards to these slots
unless power supply output rating exceeds 4
Amps. See installation instructions for
details.
Note
If adding additional I/O cards after initial installation, you must reprogram parameter 03, “max stations.”
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3M Model A125, Noise Reduction
Module, Installation (Optional)
I/O Card and Noise Reduction Module
Installation
Be sure the system is powered off!. Refer to Figure 3.
The optional 3M™ A125 Noise Reduction board (3M part
number 78-9236-6453-2) improves the inbound intelligibility
of an intercom system by reducing environmental background
noise from vehicles, airplanes, noisy intersections, wind, etc.
1. On the A125 circuit board, set the jumpers and
switches as follows:
• Set JMP1 and JMP2 to position A.
• Set SW1 number 1 ON
• Set SW1 number 2 ON
• Set SW1 number 3 as desired:
-- With SW1 number 3 OFF, the A125 is set for
restaurant noise reduction.
-- With SW1 number 3 ON, the A125 is set for
truck stop noise , which provides more noise
reduction with slightly more voice degradation.
Figure 3. Noise Reduction Module
Installation
• Set SW1 number 4 as desired:
-- With SW2 number 4 ON, the higher-end
frequencies are increased by 3 dB. This should
be set to the customer’s preference.
• SW1 numbers 5 and 6 are not used.
2. Remove 4 screws on each side of Communications
Controller cover.
3. Remove cover.
4. Plug Noise Reduction Module ribbon cable into
Connector J12.
5. Use upper and lower mounting brackets to secure
Noise Reduction Module to Communications
Controller chassis as shown in Figure 3.
6. On the Model 2470 circuit board, Set JMP1 to open.
LED1 (adjacent to JMP1) blinks when noise reduction
module is active.
7. Replace cover and 8 screws.
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Component Placement
Component Placement
This section describes placement of the Performance Series Intercom System components:
Communications Controller
For proper system operation, locate the Communications Controller:
1. Near the conduit termination of the Call Station wiring.
2. Near the power source.
3. At least 10 feet away from electrical noise sources such as the following:
-
large electrical motors (such as air conditioners, freezers, and coolers)
-
any electrical components that arc (i.e., relays)
-
ballasts (for light fixtures)
4. In a secure room away from traffic.
5. Approximately 5 feet above the floor.
6. Where it is accessible from the top, bottom, and both sides.
7. In a dry and heated (between 50° and 100° Fahrenheit) location.
See Figure 4.
Power Supply
Locate the power supply as follows:
1. Install the power supply mounting bracket in a preferred location, as shown in Figure 4.
2. Insert the power supply transformer into the mounting bracket, as shown in Figure 4.
Figure 4. Suggested Communications Controller Placement
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Component Placement
Call Stations
For proper system operation, install the Call Stations in locations:
1. Chosen for ease of use.
2. At least 48 inches above the pavement.
Note
Local codes may dictate placement of call stations.
Figure 5. Suggested Call Station Placement
Station Selectors
For proper system operation, locate the Station Selectors:
1. At locations chosen for maximum efficiency.
2. On counters, mounted on pedestals, or mounted on walls.
3. In dry and heated areas.
Figure 6. Suggested Station Selector Station Placement
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Wiring the System
Wiring the System
Depending on distance, use twisted pair, 14-22 AWG audio cables when wiring the Wired Intercom System,
components. Figure 7 shows an overview of the cable types and number of conductors required for each unit.
Table 1 shows wire gauge required for different distances between components. We recommend installing a
separate power supply transformer (3M part number 78-8095-0910-8), for each Station Selector located over 100
feet from the Communications Controller,
Note:
The RS 485 cable carries DC power for the Station Selectors, requiring a larger gauge wire.
Figure 7. Cable and Connection Requirements
RS 485 Cable (only)
Distance Between
Wire Gauge
Components
22
Up to 62 feet
20
63-99 feet
18
100-157 feet
16
158-249 feet
14
250-396 feet
All Audio Wiring
Distance Between
Wire Gauge
Components
22
Up to-309 feet
20
310-493 feet
18
494-783 feet
16
784-1245 feet
14
1246-1980 feet
Table 1. Wire Size Requirements
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Wiring The System
Configuration Worksheets
Use Configuration Worksheets 1 through 3 (located at the end of this document) to plan and record your system
configuration. You can record the system wire locations, wire color scheme, and program settings on the
worksheets. Store the worksheets inside the cover of the Communications Controller.
Wiring Call Stations
Call Station wiring consists of the following for a one-button, four-wire system:
•
2 Speaker wires.
•
Speaker shield wire (used as Common for buttons).
•
Call switch.
•
LED wire. (if Call Station contains LED)
Configuration Worksheet 1 shows how to connect the Call Stations to the proper Communications Controller ports.
Wiring Station Selectors
!
Important
The D-2400 System is powered by one power supply that provides power for the Communications Controller
and a maximum of three Station Selectors. A separate power supply (3M part number 78-8095-0910-8) must
be plugged into each Station Selector that exceeds the three Station Selector limit. We recommend installing
a separate power supply if the cable length from the Station Selector to the Communications Controller
exceeds 100 feet.
Wiring Station Selectors involves connecting a minimum of 7 wires: 3 audio wires and 4 power and
communications wires.
Figure 8. Connecting Optional Accessories to Station Selector
Refer to Configuration Worksheets 2 and 3 to determine the specific wires and connections to be made.
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Initializing the System
Wiring Communications Controller
Figure 9. Connecting P3 to Communications Controller
Refer to Configuration Worksheets 2 and 3 to determine the specific wires and connections to be made.
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Initializing the System
Initializing the System
System Mode Selection:
Before starting the system Initialization process, you must determine the mode of operation. Check the number of
speakers at each Multiple Product Dispenser (MPD). Typically, each active side of the MPD is identified as a
separate pump:
Number of Speakers
at MPD
Mode of Operation to Use
1
Island Mode
2
Pump Mode
Table 2. Determining Mode of Operation
Figure 10. Pump Mode and Island Mode
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Initializing the System
!
Important
1. Initialization will erase all memorized parameters and restore factory default values.
2. If Pump Mode (factory default) is desired, initialization is not required.
3. If software is upgraded, the system must be re-initialized.
Initialization instructions
for Pump Mode (factory
default)
Init PUMP Mode
‘TALK’ = Yes
1:PUMP MODE
Pump mode assigns each Call Station to a single number (1 through 24).
Pump mode is used when there are 2 speakers per M.P.D., and each speaker
serves one side of the dispenser.
Procedure 1: Press and hold the ALL CALL key while applying power to the
Selector.
OR
Procedure 2: Reset or remove power from the Station Selector using one of
the following methods:
a. Unplug the RS485 cable.
b. Press and hold the STD BY key while entering the numeric code 911.
Initialization
Instructions for Island
Mode
Init ISLAND Mode
‘TALK’ = Yes
Island mode assigns each Call Station to two consecutive numbers (1&2,,
3&4, …….). Island mode is used where a single speaker serves both sides of a
dispenser.
Procedure 1: Press and hold the HOLD key while applying power to any
Selector.
OR
Procedure 2: Reset or remove power from any Station in one of the
following ways.
a. Unplug the RS485 cable.
b. Press and hold the STD BY key while entering the numeric code 911.
Resetting the Station
Selector
(Reset)
To reset only the station selector:
1. Press and hold the STD BY key.
2. Enter the numeric code: 911.
Resetting the System
(Reset)
To reset only the entire system:
1. Press and hold the STD BY key.
2. Enter the numeric code: 8642.
DEFINITIONS:
1) Power On Reset:
Turning off power, and then turning it back on. Commonly referred to as a “Cold Boot”.
2) Reset:
Restarting the micro controller firmware. Commonly referred to as the “Warm Boot.”
2) Re-Initialize:
Over writes the EEPROM memory with factory default values. This process also selects “Pump” or “Island”
mode of operation
3) Programming Mode:
change the EEPROM memory from factory default values to user preferences
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Programming the System
Programming the System
!
Important
If you have not selected the mode of operation (Pump or Island) do so now! See System
Mode Selection.
Programming State
To program the Performance Series Intercom System, it is
necessary to put the system in the programming state. From this
state, the entire system is configured and all memorized parameters
are adjusted.
To enter the programming state, simultaneously:
Press and hold the STD BY key.
Enter the numeric code: 97531.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MENU
0
The display shows:
01:Selector ID #
{01}
T
A
L
K
The Parameter #, Parameter Name/Value, and Parameter Value
fields are as shown below.
Parameter
Parameter # Name/Value
↓
↓
01:Selector ID #
{01}← Parameter Value
SP-389C
Figure 11. D-2400 Keypad
The “_ “ indicates cursor position. To move the cursor from one
field to another, use the Left Arrow and Right Arrow keys.
To input data at the cursor position, do one of the following:
•
•
Use the Up Arrow and Down Arrow keys to scroll to desired
value.
Use the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0/Menu keys.
The STD BY key clears a field to a default value (space for text or
the default value).
The HOLD key shifts case for text data.
The ALL CALL key exits from the programming state and enters
the Off Line mode.
!
Important
All Station Selectors ship from the factory with a default ID number of 15. It is important to
connect and power up each new Station Selector, ONE STATION SELECTOR AT A TIME,
when installing a new system. Doing this allows you to change the ID number to a lower
value (start at 1) and avoid the erratic behavior caused by multiple Station Selectors sharing
the same ID number.
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Programming the System
Error Message
! E R R O R !
NO COMMUNICATION
Parameter Selection
01:Selector ID #
{01}
02:Controller
{D2400 1-Chnl}
03:Max Stations
{24}
04:Silence Calls
{Off}
05:Alert Volume
{08}
The system will display one error message: No Communication.
This message occurs when there is no communications between the Station
Selector and Communications Controller. To correct this:
•
Be sure Communications Controller is powered on.
•
Be sure pins 2 and 3 of J3 on the Communications Controller are
connected to pins 2 and 3 of J8 (RS-485 connector) on the Station
Selector. Polarity must be correct!
•
Call 3M Technical Service to confirm software compatibility between
station selector and communication controller.
Memorized parameters are given below. These parameters are stored in the
EEPROM. The 16-character by 2-row LCD displays the parameters.
A number (1 to 15 inclusive). Default = 15. This number must be unique
relative to all other Station Selector ID numbers used in the system.
Displays the model of the Communications Controller connected to the Station
Selector. If no Communications Controller is connected {Undefined} will be
displayed.
A number (1 to 24 inclusive). Total number of Call Stations in the system.
Default = What the Communications Controller senses. Stations are numbered
starting with 1 up to this value. This value should be adjusted to equal the
number of speakers connected to the Communications Controller, preventing
an operator from accessing an unwired Call Station. If installing or removing
additional I/O cards after the initial installation, you must re-program
parameter03for each station selector connected to the system.
A value (On, Off). Default = Off.
Off = normal operation.
On = Station Selector will only respond to page requests from other Station
Selectors. It will not respond to Call Station requests. This is useful for a
Station Selector placed in a manager’s office. The manager will not hear Call
Station alerts. He will hear only page requests from employee’s Station
Selectors.
A number (1 to 15 inclusive). Default = 08. Adjusts the volume of the Station
Selector alert tone (Chime or Beep). A value of 15 is the loudest setting.
Beep or Chime. Default = Chime.
06:Alert Type
{Chime}
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07:VOX Enable
{Off}
08:VOX Sensitive
{15}
09:Talk Vol{10}
S=01 PUMP
# 01
10:Music Volume
{08}
11:Priority{Off}
S=xy: User Name
Programming the System
A value (On, Off). Default = Off. Enables the VOX (Voice Operated
Transmission) feature.
A number (1 to 15 inclusive). Default = 15 (most sensitive). Adjust this value
to accommodate the ambient noise level at the Station Selector location. Use a
lower value for a higher noise environment.
A number (1 to 15 inclusive). Default = 08. The outbound voice volume is
adjusted for all Call Stations simultaneously. Each Call Station can be
individually selected. An assistant can be sent out to each Call Station. When
the Talk key is momentarily pressed, it remains in the Talk state until pressed
again, and then it remains in the Listen state. This allows the installer to
communicate with the assistant over the intercom in setting the proper volume
level.
This value must be adjusted after adjusting Talk volume!
A number (0 to 15 inclusive). Default = 08. With a value of {00} music will
be muted.
A value (Off, 1 to 24 inclusive). Default = Off. The Call Station selected here
has top propriety call in over all other Call Station requests.
12:Auto Standby
{On)
A value (On or Off). Default = On. Enables the 90-second station connection
time out. If the Talk key is not pressed within 90 seconds, the Station Selector
returns to the Standby mode.
13:Standby Mode
{Silence}
A value (Silence or All Listen). Default = Silence. “Silence” selects no
inbound volume during Standby mode. “All Listen” allows all Call Stations to
be monitored during Standby mode.
14:Selector Name
S=xy: User Name
Assignment of Station Selector names (Station Selector numbers 71 through
85 correspond to Station Selector ID numbers 1 through 15) where xy
indicates Station Selector number. Default = SELECTOR xy where xy =
Station Selector number (see “Keypad Function Definitions for Text Entry”).
15:Station Name
S=xy: User Name
Assignment of Call Station names (01 through Max Stations) where xy
indicates station number. Default = PUMP number xy where xy = station
number (see “Keypad Function Definitions for Text Entry”).
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Programming the System
16:Music {On }
S=xy: User Name
A value (On, Off) for each Call Station. Default = On. Off will mute music at
selected Call Station(s). This parameter is used to disable music at any Call
Station. This parameter is used to disable music or messages at any Call
Station.
17: All Call {On }
S=xy: User Name
A value (On, Off) for each Call Station. Default = On. Off will disable All
Call broadcasts at selected Call Station(s). This parameter could be useful for
disabling All Call broadcasts at a car wash or manager’s office Call Station.
18:Registry {On }
S=xy: User Name
19:Sync All Data
‘ T A L K’ = Yes
Are You Sure ?
‘T A L K’ = Yes
20:Software Rev
Se=a.bc Con=x.yz
A value (On, Off) for each Call Station or Station Selector. Default = On. Off
disables this Station Selector from connecting to specific Call Stations or
Station Selectors. This could be useful for making specific Call Stations and
Station Selectors inaccessible from this Station Selector, for privacy purposes.
This Station Selector will still be able to receive calls from other Call Stations
and Station Selectors.
Command to synchronize all Station Selectors with the data from the Station
Selector that issued the command. All data is synchronized with the exception
of Selector ID #, Silence Calls, and Registry.
This confirmation message follows the above. Station Selectors must be On
Line to be synchronized.
Read from Station Selector & Communications Controller. Station Selector
and Communications Controller software revision numbers.
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Keypad Function
Definitions (for Text
entry) (Programming
State)
Programming the System
Key functions are defined below.
Key
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MENU
0
T
A
L
K
Function
HOLD (Shift)
Shifts between upper and lower case for text data.
UP ARROW
Increments data by 1. Fields wrap around.
DOWN ARROW
Decrements data by 1. Fields wrap around.
1
Enters the digit 1 for numeric entry.
Enters the following for text entry:
SP-389C
Figure 12. D-2400 Keypad
Unshifted
Shifted
2
1
1
(
)
D
E
F
2
[
d
e
f
2
]
3
3
{
}
4
4
←
→
5
5
:
;
G
g
H
h
I
i
Enters the digit 4 for numeric entry.
Enters the following for text entry:
Unshifted
Shifted
5
C
c
Enters the digit 3 for numeric entry.
Enters the following for text entry:
Unshifted
Shifted
4
B
b
Enters the digit 2 for numeric entry.
Enters the following for text entry:
Unshifted
Shifted
3
A
a
J
j
K
k
L
l
Enters the digit 5 for numeric entry.
Enters the following for text entry:
Unshifted
Shifted
15
M
m
N
n
O
o
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Programming the System
Key
6
Function
Enters the digit 6 for numeric entry.
Enters the following for text entry:
Unshifted
Shifted
7
6
6
_
|
S
s
T
t
U
u
7
7
.
!
V
v
W
w
X
x
8
8
&
@
9
9
’
“
0
0
<
>
Enters the digit 9 for numeric entry.
Enters the following for text entry:
Unshifted
Shifted
0/MENU
R
r
Enters the digit 8 for numeric entry.
Enters the following for text entry:
Unshifted
Shifted
9
Q
q
Enters the digit 7 for numeric entry.
Enters the following for text entry:
Unshifted
Shifted
8
P
p
Y
y
Z
z
#
,
Enters the digit 0 for numeric entry.
Enters the following for text entry:
Unshifted
Shifted
+
-
*
/
=
∧
LEFT ARROW
Jump left to next data field.
RIGHT ARROW
Jump right to next data field.
ALL CALL
Exits the programming state and enters Off Line mode.
STD BY
Clear the data field to its default value (space for text or
the default value).
TALK
Enter key where appropriate.
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Adjusting the System
Adjusting the System
Inbound Audio Volume Level
To set the inbound audio volume level:
1. Ask an attendant to stand at a Call Station and push the incoming call button for your Station Selector.
2. Answer the call by pressing the TALK button.
3. As the attendant talks, adjust the up/down arrows on the Station Selector keypad to reach a desirable level.
VOX (Voice Operated Transmission) Sensitivity Level
!
Important
The VOX adjustments are necessary only if VOX is enabled for your system.
The VOX sensitivity level determines the maximum distance from the microphone that the speaker can activate
communication.
!
Important
The suggested average activation distance from the microphone to the attendant is 2 to 6
inches.
To set the VOX sensitivity level:
1. Follow the directions under the section Programming the System to put the Station Selector in programming
mode.
2. Locate the VOX Enable parameter and be sure it is set to ON.
3. Locate the VOX Sensitive parameter and press the right-arrow key to edit the value.
4. Use the up/down arrow keys to adjust sensitivity:
•
•
5.
The up arrow key increases the sensitivity (lengthens the distance from the microphone to the attendant).
Fifteen is most sensitive.
The down arrow key decreases sensitivity. One is least sensitive.
Press the ALL CALL key to exit Programming
Outbound Talk Volume Level
To set the outbound Talk volume level:
1. Follow the directions under the section Programming the System to put the Station Selector in programming
mode
2. Locate the Talk Vol parameter and follow instructions in that section.
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Adjusting the System
Outbound Music/Messaging Volume Level (Only for systems that use Music/Messaging)
To set the outbound Music/Messaging volume level:
1. Follow the directions under the section Programming the System to put the Station Selector in programming
mode
2. Locate the Music Volume parameter and follow the instructions in that section.
Testing the Functions
Perform the following tests after installing the Performance Series D-2400 Intercom System:
1. Checking TALK/LISTEN switching.
a. Ask an attendant to go to Call Station 1 and press the call button.
b. Establish a connection with the CALL STATION (press TALK on the Station Selector or Remote
Microphone).
c. Talk and listen to the attendant to determine that the TALK and LISTEN modes are functioning
satisfactorily.
d. Repeat Steps a through c for all CALL STATIONS.
2. Checking ALL CALL.
a. Ask an attendant to go to a Call Station.
b. Activate ALL CALL (press and hold ALL CALL on the Station Selector or Remote Microphone).
c. Broadcast an announcement from the Station Selector.
d. Ask the attendant to verify that the message is broadcast from all Call Stations, which have not been
disabled.
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Configuration Worksheets
Configuration Worksheets
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Configuration Worksheets
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Configuration Worksheets
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