Bosch Appliances 2.4 Microphone User Manual

DCN Next Generation 2.40
Release Notes
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Release Notes
DCN Next Generation 2.40 Release Notes
Table of contents
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Introduction ................................................................ 4
Release 2.40 ............................................................... 5
Release 2.12 ............................................................... 6
Release 2.10 ............................................................... 7
Release 2.01 ............................................................... 8
Release 2.00 ............................................................... 9
Release 1.12 ............................................................ 10
Release 1.11 ............................................................ 11
Release 1.10 ............................................................ 12
Release 1.00 ............................................................ 13
History ........................................................................ 14
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DCN Next Generation 2.40 Release Notes
1 Introduction
This document contains information, which was not
available during the creation of the manuals.
Please read all manuals.
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DCN Next Generation 2.40 Release Notes
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2.3
2 Release 2.40
Known limitations
2.3.1
2.1.1 Release
March 8th 2007
Adding system units to the optical ring
when powered on.
In case system units are added to the optical ring
when the system is powered on, unexpected
behavior can occur. Only connect units to the
optical network when all units are powered off.
2.1.2
2.3.2
2.1
General
Firmware/FPGA versions
Product
DCN-CCU
DCN-CCUB
DCN-NCO
DCN-CON
DCN-CONCS
DCN-CONFF
DCN-CONCM
DCN-DDB
DCN-DDI
DCN-DIS
DCN-FCS
DCN-IDESK
LBB 4402/00
PRS-4DEX4
LBB 4404/00
DCN-SWSMV
LBB 4190/00
FPGA
2.17
1.07
3.06
1.13
SW
2.40.1586
2.40.1586
2.40.1586
--
FW
4.30.2160
4.30.2160
4.30.2160
--
1.13
1.10.XXXX
--
-2.0
1.18
2.5
1.3
----
1.4.XXXX
---1.20.XXXX
2.40.1586
2.40.1586
2.40.1586
1.20.0191
2.40.1586
-----4.30.2160
4.30.2160
4.30.2160
2.3.3
Product
FPGA
DCN-CCU
≤1.06
DCN-CCU *
≤2.16
LBB 4120
1.1
* Multi CCU mode only
Loss of the Interpreter Desk
configuration after reboot of NCO in a
Multi CCU system.
In case the Network Controller (NCO) in a Multi
CCU system is rebooted within 30 seconds after
change of the Interpreter Desk configuration, the
configuration can be lost and the interpreter desk
will be uninstalled.
Re-configure the interpreter desk and wait minimum
30 seconds before reboot the NCO.
2.3.4
2.1.3 Compatibility restrictions
The following versions are not compatible with this
release:
2.2
Audio disruption during powering
up/down a CCU in a Multi CCU system.
During powering up/down a CCU in a Multi CCU
system the audio on the delegate units, connected
to the remaining CCU’s, is shortly disrupted for 1 to
2 seconds.
SW
--
FW
--
--
--
Errata
2.2.1
Integrus Manual: Menu Item 4B Network
Mode
When the Integrus transmitter is connected to the
optical ring of a DCN Next generation System the
Integrus transmitter can remain as master in the
optical network. This can cause unwanted behavior
of system. The content of menu item 4B is changed
towards Automatic (stand alone use)and Enabled
(used when the transmitter is exclusively used in
combination with DCB-NG)
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Up to 6 CCU supported by the DCNSWSMV Synoptic Microphone and
Voting Software.
The DCN-SWSMV supports up to 6 CCU’s in a
Multi CCU system set-up. If more CCU’s are
required use the DCN Classic software modules.
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3.3
3 Release 2.12
Known limitations
3.3.1
3.1
Microphone will be reset to default after
de-init.
When a de-init is activated at the CCU the
microphone is always set to microphone mode
“open” with 2 active microphones.
General
3.1.1 Release
February 5th 2005
3.1.2
3.3.2 Use of Developers Toolkit
The developers toolkit provided on this CD-ROM
can only be used with Windows 2000.
Firmware/FPGA versions
Product
DCN-CCU
DCN-CON
DCN-CONCS
DCN-CONFF
DCN-CONCM
DCN-DDB
DCN-DDI
DCN-DIS
DCN-FCS
DCN-IDESK
LBB 4402/00
PRS-4DEX4
LBB 4404/00
FPGA
1.06
1.0
SW
2.12.1246
--
FW
3.41.1902
--
1.1
1.00.XXXX
--
-1.3
1.11
1.0
1.3
----
1.4.XXXX
---1.20.XXXX
2.12.1246
2.12.1246
2.12.1246
-----3.41.1902
3.41.1902
3.41.1902
3.1.3 Compatibility restrictions
The following versions are not compatible with this
release:
Product
DCN-CCU
LBB 4120
3.2
FPGA
≤1.06
1.1
SW
---
FW
---
Errata
3.2.1 Integrus Manual: standby function
When switching off the DCN Next Generation CCU,
the Integrus transmitter indicates “Network Error”
and not “standby”. However, the radiators do switch
to the standby mode. When the DCN Next
Generation CCU is switched on again, the Integrus
transmitter and the radiators return to the “on”
mode.
3.2.2 Auxiliary function
The DCN-DISCS does not support “single delegate
with auxiliary control mode” as mentioned in the
Installation and User Instruction.
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3.3.3 Text “starting” remains on CCU
In a system with an Audio Expander and an
Integrus transmitter, the text “starting” can remain
on the display of the CCU after start up. On the
display of the Audio Expanders 'No Network' is
flashing.
Switch the network mode of the Integrus transmitter
to enabled and the problem will be solved.
3.3.4 Network mode disabled results in faults
When the network mode of a transmitter is set to
disabled, while connected to a DCN Next
Generation system, noise on the loudspeakers in
the DCN Next Generation system can occur.
Switch the network mode of the Integrus transmitter
to enabled and the problem will be solved.
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4.3
4 Release 2.10
Known limitations
4.3.1
4.1
Microphone will be reset to default after
de-init.
When a de-init is activated at the CCU the
microphone is always set to microphone mode
“open” with 2 active microphones.
General
4.1.1 Release Date
November 8th 2005
4.1.2
4.3.2 Use of Developers Toolkit
The developers toolkit provided on this CD-ROM
can only be used with Windows 2000.
Firmware/FPGA versions
Product
DCN-CCU
DCN-CON
DCN-CONCS
DCN-CONFF
DCN-CONCM
DCN-DDB
DCN-DDI
DCN-DIS
DCN-FCS
DCN-IDESK
LBB 4402/00
PRS-4DEX4
LBB 4404/00
FPGA
1.06
1.0
SW
2.10.1178
--
FW
3.40.1785
--
1.0
1.00.XXXX
--
-1.2
1.11
1.0
1.3
----
1.3.XXXX
---1.20.XXXX
2.10.1178
2.10.1178
2.10.1178
-----3.40.1785
3.40.1785
3.40.1785
4.1.3 Compatibility restrictions
The following versions are not compatible with this
release:
Product
DCN-CCU
LBB 4120
4.2
FPGA
≤1.06
1.1
SW
---
FW
---
Errata
4.2.1 Integrus Manual: standby function
When switching off the DCN Next Generation CCU,
the Integrus transmitter indicates “Network Error”
and not “standby”. However, the radiators do switch
to the standby mode. When the DCN Next
Generation CCU is switched on again, the Integrus
transmitter and the radiators return to the “on”
mode.
4.2.2 Auxiliary function
The DCN-DISCS does not support “single delegate
with auxiliary control mode” as mentioned in the
Installation and User Instruction.
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4.3.3 Text “starting” remains on CCU
In a system with an Audio Expander and an
Integrus transmitter, the text “starting” can remain
on the display of the CCU after start up. On the
display of the Audio Expanders 'No Network' is
flashing.
Switch the network mode of the Integrus transmitter
to enabled and the problem will be solved.
4.3.4 Network mode disabled results in faults
When the network mode of a transmitter is set to
disabled, while connected to a DCN Next
Generation system, noise on the loudspeakers in
the DCN Next Generation system can occur.
Switch the network mode of the Integrus transmitter
to enabled and the problem will be solved.
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5.3
5 Release 2.01
Known limitations
5.3.1
5.1
General
5.1.1 Release Date
May 30th 2005
5.1.2
Firmware/FPGA versions
Product
DCN-CCU
DCN-CON
DCN-CONCS
DCN-CONFF
DCN-CONCM
DCN-DDB
DCN-DDI
DCN-FCS
DCN-IDESK
LBB 4402/00
FPGA
1.06
1.0
SW
2.01.0989
2.00.XXXX
FW
3.10.1716
--
1.0
1.00.XXXX
--
-1.0
1.0
1.3
--
1.3.XXXX
--1.10.XXXX
2.01.0989
----3.10.1716
5.1.3 Compatibility restrictions
The following versions are not compatible with this
release:
Product
DCN-CCU
LBB 4120
5.2
FPGA
≤1.00
1.0
SW
---
FW
---
Errata
5.2.1 Quick Reference Card DCN-IDESK
The message functionality operates as follows:
When the interpreter desk receives a message, the
message is displayed directly on the display. When
pressing the message button the message will be
erased from the display.
The message is not displayed when pressing the
message button again.
5.2.2 Integrus Manual: standby function
When switching off the DCN Next Generation CCU,
the Integrus transmitter indicates “Network Error”
and not “standby”. However, the radiators do switch
to the standby mode. When the DCN Next
Generation CCU is switched on again, the Integrus
transmitter and the radiators return to the “on”
mode.
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System: reset of units after connecting
new units to a trunk
When a device to a LBB 4114/00 or LBB 4115/00,
which is connected to the DCN-CCU Central
Control Unit, it can happen that all units in that
same trunk reset. After reset the units come back to
default settings. The units in the trunk will not reset
if a unit is connected to a Tap-off outlet of a LBB
4115/00 Splitter protected.
If it is important that the channel selectors are not
reset to default in above described situation: use
the auto restore function of the channel selector.
See the Installation and User Instruction for how to
set the auto restore function.
If it is important that you can connect and replace
each unit during operation, without the above
described reset behavior: power the units with the
DCN-EPS Extension Power Supply Unit. The DCNEPS Extension Power Supply Unit is less prone to
the inrush current
5.3.2 Use of Developers Toolkit
The developers toolkit provided on this CD-ROM
can only be used with Windows 2000.
5.3.3 Text “starting” remains on CCU
In a system with an Audio Expander and an
Integrus transmitter, the text “starting” can remain
on the display of the CCU after start up. On the
display of the Audio Expanders 'No Network' is
flashing.
Switch the network mode of the Integrus transmitter
to enabled and the problem will be solved.
5.3.4 Network mode disabled results in faults
When the network mode of a transmitter is set to
disabled, while connected to a DCN Next
Generation system, noise on the loudspeakers in
the DCN Next Generation system can occur.
Switch the network mode of the Integrus transmitter
to enabled and the problem will be solved.
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6.3
6 Release 2.00
Known limitations
6.3.1
6.1
General
6.1.1 Release Date
March 3th 2005
6.1.2
Firmware/FPGA versions
Product
DCN-CCU
DCN-CON
DCN-CONCS
DCN-CONFF
DCN-CONCM
DCN-DDB
DCN-DDI
DCN-FCS
DCN-IDESK
LBB 4402/00
FPGA
1.06
1.0
SW
2.00.0920
2.00.XXXX
FW
3.10.1667
--
1.0
1.00.XXXX
--
-1.0
1.0
1.3
--
1.3.XXXX
--1.10.XXXX
2.00.0920
----3.10.1667
6.1.3 Compatibility restrictions
The following versions are not compatible with this
release:
Product
DCN-CCU
LBB 4120
6.2
FPGA
≤1.00
1.0
SW
---
FW
---
Errata
6.2.1 Quick Reference Card DCN-IDESK
The message functionality operates as follows:
When the interpreter desk receives a message, the
message is displayed directly on the display. When
pressing the message button the message will be
erased from the display.
The message is not displayed when pressing the
message button again.
6.2.2 Integrus Manual: standby function
When switching off the DCN Next Generation CCU,
the Integrus transmitter indicates “Network Error”
and not “standby”. However, the radiators do switch
to the standby mode. When the DCN Next
Generation CCU is switched on again, the Integrus
transmitter and the radiators return to the “on”
mode.
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System: reset of units after connecting
new units to a trunk
When a device to a LBB 4114/00 or LBB 4115/00,
which is connected to the DCN-CCU Central
Control Unit, it can happen that all units in that
same trunk reset. After reset the units come back to
default settings. The units in the trunk will not reset
if a unit is connected to a Tap-off outlet of a LBB
4115/00 Splitter protected.
If it is important that the channel selectors are not
reset to default in above described situation: use
the auto restore function of the channel selector.
See the Installation and User Instruction for how to
set the auto restore function.
If it is important that you can connect and replace
each unit during operation, without the above
described reset behavior: power the units with the
DCN-EPS Extension Power Supply Unit. The DCNEPS Extension Power Supply Unit is less prone to
the inrush current
6.3.2 Use of Developers Toolkit
The developers toolkit provided on this CD-ROM
can only be used with Windows 2000.
6.3.3 Text “starting” remains on CCU
In a system with an Audio Expander and an
Integrus transmitter, the text “starting” can remain
on the display of the CCU after start up. On the
display of the Audio Expanders 'No Network' is
flashing.
Switch the network mode of the Integrus transmitter
to enabled and the problem will be solved.
6.3.4 Network mode disabled results in faults
When the network mode of a transmitter is set to
disabled, while connected to a DCN Next
Generation system, noise on the loudspeakers in
the DCN Next Generation system can occur.
Switch the network mode of the Integrus transmitter
to enabled and the problem will be solved.
DCN Next Generation 2.40 Release Notes
See the Installation and User Instruction for how to
set the auto restore function.
7 Release 1.12
7.1
If it is important that you can connect and replace
each unit during operation, without the above
described reset behavior: power the units with the
LBB 4106 Extension Power Supply Unit. The LBB
4106 Extension Power Supply Unit is less prone to
the inrush current.
General
7.1.1 Release Date
December 10th 2004
7.1.2
Firmware/FPGA versions
Product
LBB 4100
LBB 4112
LBB 4120
LBB 4124
LBB 4402
7.1.3
SWA
1.12.0769
1.3
1.10.XXXX
-1.12.0769
SWB
2.11.1416
---2.11.1416
Compatibility restrictions
LBB 4120
7.2
FPGA
1.00
-1.3
1.0
--
1.0
--
--
Errata
7.2.1
Audio Expander: not possible to disable
audio outputs using input contacts
In paragraph 10.3.5 of the Installation and User
Instructions is described that the audio outputs 1 to
4 can be disabled by closing respectively control
input 5 to 8. This function is not supported. However
disabling audio inputs 1 to 4 by closing respectively
control input 1 to 4 is supported.
7.2.2
Audio Expander: power consumption 7.6
Watt
The power consumption of the LBB 4402/00 Audio
Expander is 7.6 Watt instead of 5.6 Watt. Add
power by using a Network Splitter (LBB 4410/00)
with an external power supply in case the power is
insufficient.
7.3
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Known limitations
7.3.1
System: reset of units after connecting
new units to a trunk
When a Channel Selector, Interpreter desk, Trunk
Splitter, Tap-off unit or Extended power supply is
connected to a trunk, which is connected to the LBB
4100 Central Control Unit, it can happen that all
units in that same trunk reset. After reset the units
come back to default settings. The units in the trunk
will not reset if a unit is connected to a Tap-off outlet
of a Tap-off unit.
If it is important that the channel selectors are not
reset to default in above described situation: use
the auto restore function of the channel selector.
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7.3.2 System: noise during system start
During system start up noise is heard for a
maximum time of 30 seconds. The noise is heard
from the headphones connected to the channel
selectors and interpreter desks and the loudspeaker
of the interpreter desks.
7.3.3
Central Control Unit: fault contact closed
despite system is ok
When the system is initialized for four times, the
fault contact is activated, while the system works
properly. Switch off the CCU in order to reset the
fault contact.
7.3.4
Audio Expander: not more than one
input used for floor insertion
Undefined behavior occurs if more than one audio
input is used for floor insertion per system. Use not
more than one audio input for floor insertion.
DCN Next Generation 2.40 Release Notes
See the Installation and User Instruction for how to
set the auto restore function.
8 Release 1.11
8.1
If it is important that you can connect and replace
each unit during operation, without the above
described reset behavior: power the units with the
LBB 4106 Extension Power Supply Unit. The LBB
4106 Extension Power Supply Unit is less prone to
the inrush current.
General
8.1.1 Release Date
July 23rd 2004
8.1.2
Firmware/FPGA versions
Product
LBB 4100
LBB 4112
LBB 4120
LBB 4124
LBB 4402
8.1.3
SWA
1.11.0579
1.3
1.10.XXXX
-1.11.0579
SWB
2.11.1416
---2.11.1416
Compatibility restrictions
LBB 4120
8.2
FPGA
1.00
-1.1
1.0
--
1.0
--
--
Errata
8.2.1
Audio Expander: not possible to disable
audio outputs using input contacts
In paragraph 10.3.5 of the Installation and User
Instructions is described that the audio outputs 1 to
4 can be disabled by closing respectively control
input 5 to 8. This function is not supported. However
disabling audio inputs 1 to 4 by closing respectively
control input 1 to 4 is supported.
8.2.2
Audio Expander: power consumption 7.6
Watt
The power consumption of the LBB 4402/00 Audio
Expander is 7.6 Watt instead of 5.6 Watt. Add
power by using a Network Splitter (LBB 4410/00)
with an external power supply in case the power is
insufficient.
8.3
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Known limitations
8.3.1
System: reset of units after connecting
new units to a trunk
When a Channel Selector, Interpreter desk, Trunk
Splitter, Tap-off unit or Extended power supply is
connected to a trunk, which is connected to the LBB
4100 Central Control Unit, it can happen that all
units in that same trunk reset. After reset the units
come back to default settings. The units in the trunk
will not reset if a unit is connected to a Tap-off outlet
of a Tap-off unit.
If it is important that the channel selectors are not
reset to default in above described situation: use
the auto restore function of the channel selector.
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8.3.2 System: noise during system start
During system start up noise is heard for a
maximum time of 30 seconds. The noise is heard
from the headphones connected to the channel
selectors and interpreter desks and the loudspeaker
of the interpreter desks.
8.3.3
Central Control Unit: fault contact closed
despite system is ok
When the system is initialized for four times, the
fault contact is activated, while the system works
properly. Switch off the CCU in order to reset the
fault contact.
8.3.4
Audio Expander: not more than one
input used for floor insertion
Undefined behavior occurs if more than one audio
input is used for floor insertion per system. Use not
more than one audio input for floor insertion.
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9 Release 1.10
the auto restore function of the channel selector.
See the Installation and User Instruction for how to
set the auto restore function.
9.1
If it is important that you can connect and replace
each unit during operation, without the above
described reset behavior: power the units with the
LBB 4106 Extension Power Supply Unit. The LBB
4106 Extension Power Supply Unit is less prone to
the inrush current.
General
9.1.1 Release Date
June 25th 2004
9.1.2
Firmware/FPGA versions
Product
LBB 4100
LBB 4112
LBB 4120
LBB 4124
LBB 4402
FPGA
1.00
-1.1
1.0
--
SWA
1.10.0569
1.3
1.00.0569
-1.10.0569
SWB
2.11.1416
---2.11.1416
9.3.2 System: noise during system start
During system start up noise is heard for a
maximum time of 30 seconds. The noise is heard
from the headphones connected to the channel
selectors and interpreter desks and the loudspeaker
of the interpreter desks.
9.3.3
9.1.3
Compatibility restrictions
LBB 4120
9.2
1.0
--
--
Errata
9.2.1
Audio Expander: not possible to disable
audio outputs using input contacts
In paragraph 10.3.5 of the Installation and User
Instructions is described that the audio outputs 1 to
4 can be disabled by closing respectively control
input 5 to 8. This function is not supported. However
disabling audio inputs 1 to 4 by closing respectively
control input 1 to 4 is supported.
9.2.2
Audio Expander: power consumption 7.6
Watt
The power consumption of the LBB 4402/00 Audio
Expander is 7.6 Watt instead of 5.6 Watt. Add
power by using a Network Splitter (LBB 4410/00)
with an external power supply in case the power is
insufficient.
9.3
Known limitations
9.3.1
System: reset of units after connecting
new units to a trunk
When a Channel Selector, Interpreter desk, Trunk
Splitter, Tap-off unit or Extended power supply is
connected to a trunk, which is connected to the LBB
4100 Central Control Unit, it can happen that all
units in that same trunk reset. After reset the units
come back to default settings. The units in the trunk
will not reset if a unit is connected to a Tap-off outlet
of a Tap-off unit.
If it is important that the channel selectors are not
reset to default in above described situation: use
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Central Control Unit: fault contact closed
despite system is ok
When the system is initialized for four times, the
fault contact is activated, while the system works
properly. Switch off the CCU in order to reset the
fault contact.
9.3.4
Audio Expander: not more than one
input used for floor insertion
Undefined behavior occurs if more than one audio
input is used for floor insertion per system. Use not
more than one audio input for floor insertion.
DCN Next Generation 2.40 Release Notes
If it is important that the channel selectors are not
reset to default in above described situation: use
the auto restore function of the channel selector.
See the Installation and User Instruction for how to
set the auto restore function.
10 Release 1.00
10.1 General
If it is important that you can connect and replace
each unit during operation, without the above
described reset behavior: power the units with the
LBB 4106 Extension Power Supply Unit. The LBB
4106 Extension Power Supply Unit is less prone to
the inrush current.
10.1.1 Release Date
June 15th 2004
10.1.2 Firmware/FPGA versions
Product
LBB 4100
LBB 4112
LBB 4120
LBB 4124
LBB 4402
FPGA
1.00
-1.0
1.0
--
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SWA
1.00.0552
1.3
1.00.0552
-1.00.0552
SWB
2.10.1402
---2.10.1402
10.2 Errata
10.2.1 Audio Expander: not possible to disable
audio outputs using input contacts
In paragraph 10.3.5 of the Installation and User
Instructions is described that the audio outputs 1 to
4 can be disabled by closing respectively control
input 5 to 8. This function is not supported. However
disabling audio inputs 1 to 4 by closing respectively
control input 1 to 4 is supported.
10.2.2 Audio Expander: output range 12 dB
In paragraph 10.7.7 of the Installation and User
Instructions is the output range specified as 30 dB,
while the output range is 12 dB. Table 10.3 of the
Installation and User Instructions represent the
correct values.
10.2.3 Audio Expander: power consumption 7.6
Watt
The power consumption of the LBB 4402/00 Audio
Expander is 7.6 Watt instead of 5.6 Watt. Add
power by using a Network Splitter (LBB 4410/00)
with an external power supply in case the power is
insufficient.
10.3 Known limitations
10.3.1 System: reset of units after connecting
new units to a trunk
When a Channel Selector, Interpreter desk, Trunk
Splitter, Tap-off unit or Extended power supply is
connected to a trunk, which is connected to the LBB
4100 Central Control Unit, it can happen that all
units in that same trunk reset. After reset the units
come back to default settings. The units in the trunk
will not reset if a unit is connected to a Tap-off outlet
of a Tap-off unit.
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10.3.2 System: noise during system start
During system start up noise is heard for a
maximum time of 30 seconds. The noise is heard
from the headphones connected to the channel
selectors and interpreter desks and the loudspeaker
of the interpreter desks.
10.3.3 Central Control Unit: fault contact closed
despite system is ok
When the system is initialized for four times, the
fault contact is activated, while the system works
properly. Switch off the CCU in order to reset the
fault contact.
10.3.4 Audio Expander: not more than one
input used for floor insertion
Undefined behavior occurs if more than one audio
input is used for floor insertion per system. Use not
more than one audio input for floor insertion.
DCN Next Generation 2.40 Release Notes
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11 History
Release
2.4
Release Date
2007-03-08
2.12
2006-02-05
2.10
2005-10-10
2.01
2005-05-30
2.00
2005-03-03
1.12
1.11
2004-12-10
2004-07-23
1.10
2004-06-25
1.00
2004-06-15
Release Comments
•
Support for Multi CCU applications.
•
Bugs solved.
•
System bug solved: At room temperature higher than 25 degree’s system
reboot may not work properly.
•
Concentus bug solved: Audio may contain hearable ticks.
•
Support for new Discussion units, Cobranet Interface and Digital Audio
expander.
•
System bug solved: system reset of units after connecting new units to a
trunk
•
Multi PC improved
•
CCU: solved bug. The display shows ‘starting’ and the navigation doesn’t
work.
•
Control PC bug solved. After deleting two or more consecutive records from
delegate database, individual voting results may not be correct (This did not
affect total results.)
•
Concentus and Flush mounted units added.
•
Software function added: Microphone Management, Synoptic Control,
Intercom, Parliamentary Voting, Multi Voting, Attendance Registration,
Delegate Database, ID cared encoder, Message Distribution, Text/Status
Display, Video Display, Camera Control and Standalone Camera Control.
•
Interpreter desk: solved bug in audio switching from pre-select to floor
•
Interpreter desk: solved bug in audio switching behavior of pre-selects
(incoming channels)
•
Audio Expander: increased output range to 30 dB
•
Interpreter desk:
− improved response time of actions related with microphone button
− default outgoing B is equal to outgoing A
•
Open Interface: compatibility restored with previous versions of Open
Interface.
•
Initial version
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