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Table of Contents
1
Safety instructions
5
1.1
Importance of safety instructions
5
1.2
Disregarding safety rules
5
1.3
Environmental conditions
5
1.4
General safety instructions
5
1.4.1
Observation and information
6
2
Description
7
2.1
General description
7
2.1.1
Top view
7
2.1.2
Bottom view
8
2.1.3
Front view
9
2.1.4
Relay Unit rear view
9
2.1.5
Relay Plus Unit rear view
2.2
Detailed description
10
2.2.1
Loudspeaker
10
2.2.2
Display
10
2.2.3
Keyboard
10
2.2.4
RS-485 interface
12
2.2.5
Antenna
12
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Installation
13
3.1
Unpacking
13
3.1.1
List of contents
13
3.2
Installation
14
3.2.1
Generalities
14
3.2.2
Installation on a piece of furniture
14
3.2.3
Wall installation
14
3.2.4
Installing the antenna
14
3.2.5
Connecting to the mains
15
3.2.6
Setting the jumpers on the communication board on the Relay Plus Unit
16
3.2.7
Connecting the RS-485
17
3.2.8
Connecting the RS-232 to the Relay Plus Unit
18
3.2.9
Setting the 100 Ohm termination jumper
18
4
Programming
19
4.1
Generalities
19
4.1.1
Using the keyboard
19
4.1.2
Exit and cancel entries
19
4.1.3
Key not allowed
19
4.1.4
Locking and unlocking the keyboard
19
4.1.5
Programming time-out
19
4.2
First use
20
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4.2.1
List of original factory settings
20
4.2.2
Parameters set by the NurseCall Main Unit
20
4.2.3
Locating mode and identification number
20
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Special settings
21
4.3.1
Displaying the firmware version
21
4.3.2
Resetting all the parameters and buffers
21
4.3.3
Assistance and fire priority
21
4.3.4
Assistance and fire non priority
22
4.3.5
Special texts in German
22
4.3.6
Standard texts in German
22
4.4
Printer/display setup on the Relay Plus Unit
22
4.4.1
Access to the printer/display setup menu
22
4.4.2
Selection "None"
23
4.4.3
Selection "Printer"
23
4.4.4
Selection "DISPLAY ZETTLER"
23
4.4.5
Selection "DISPLAY NORSK"
24
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Operation
25
5.1
Adjusting the loudspeaker volume
25
5.2
Consulting the alarm or event buffer
25
5.2.1
Switching between alarm and event buffers indication
26
5.2.2
Display indications
26
5.2.3
The green button does not work
27
5.2.4
Disconnecting a Relay Unit
27
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Maintenance
28
6.1
Checking the system
28
6.2
Monitoring the power supply
28
6.3
Monitoring the backup battery
28
6.4
Cleaning
29
6.5
Parts replacement
29
6.5.1
Disassembling the unit
29
6.5.2
Backup battery replacing
30
7
Disposal
31
7.1
Disassembly
31
7.2
Returning to the manufacturer
31
7.3
Materials
31
7.4
Battery
31
A
Appendix
32
A.1
Electrical specifications
32
A.2
Dimensions and weight
32
A.3
Environmental conditions
32
A.4
List of criteria
33
A.5
Connectors
34
A.5.1
LINE socket (unit bottom)
34
A.5.2
Power socket (unit bottom)
34
A.5.3
RS-232 socket (Relay Plus Unit rear)
34
A.5.4
RS-485 socket (unit rear)
34
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Safety instructions
NOTICE!
The user and installer should read and understand this chapter before any intervention on the
NurseCall Relay Unit.
1.1
Importance of safety instructions
Each safety and protection instruction in this manual must be adhered to in order to avoid
personnel injuries, property damages or environmental pollution.
In a similar manner, the legal bylaws, the measures in prevention of accidents and for the
protection of the environment, as well as the recognized technical rules aiming at appropriate
and safe working conditions which as applied in the country and at the place of use of the
NurseCall Relay Unit must be adhered to.
1.2
Disregarding safety rules
Disregarding the safety rules, as well as existing legal and technical regulations, may lead to
accidents, to property damages or to environmental pollution.
1.3
Environmental conditions
NOTICE!
The NurseCall Relay Unit must not be located near a water tap or any other source of water.
The electrical safety of the unit is only guaranteed if the electrical installation is conform to
the national regulation and if this installation works properly.
The NurseCall Relay Unit may not be used in buildings prone to fire and explosion hazards.
NOTICE!
The NurseCall Relay Unit may not be used under exposure to the direct sunlight, to heat, to
dust or to an excessive humidity (only use the equipment in a clean environment).

Install the NurseCall Relay Unit in a dry place, away from any source of heat.
CAUTION!
Interferences
Avoid immediate proximity to other electric devices such as a television.
1.4
General safety instructions
DANGER!
Electrocution
During maintenance operations, when the NurseCall Relay Unit is powered and its casing is
removed, it may not be left unattended.
CAUTION!
The NurseCall Relay Unit may only be connected to the electrical sources as described in
Section A.1 Electrical specifications, page 32.
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CAUTION!
Maintenance and repairs may only be performed in conformance with the instructions and by
authorized technical personnel only.
The sole possession of the user manual does not allow the personnel to perform any kind of
repair on the NurseCall Relay Unit.
Take into account all the warnings and follow all the instructions displayed on the NurseCall
Relay Unit and those which are printed in the documentation.
Never try to use replacement pieces other than those authorized by the manufacturer of the
NurseCall Relay Unit.
CAUTION!
It is mandatory to use the products specified in the present user manual to clean the
NurseCall Relay Unit. If you plan to use another product, only do so after having obtained the
authorization of the manufacturer.
DANGER!
The NurseCall Relay Unit contains highly sensitive electronic components. It should be opened
only in an ESD protected environment with respect to the following precautions:
1.
Discharge yourself from electrostatic loads by touching a grounded conductive surface
before opening the unit.
2.
Avoid touching conductive parts inside the unit if not absolutely necessary.
CAUTION!
Never let any liquid enter the system. In case of liquid spill inside the NurseCall Relay Unit, act
immediately as follows:
1.
1.4.1
Switch off the unit using the main switch under the casing.
2.
Unplug the power supply adaptor.
3.
Dry up the unit.
4.
Clean the unit.
5.
Check that the unit switches on correctly.
Observation and information
In case of defective operation or any other technical incident for which no remedy is
described in this manual, please contact immediately your local representative.
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Description
2.1
General description
2.1.1
Top view
7
1
2
3
7
1.
6
5 4
Loudspeaker.
See Section 2.2.1 Loudspeaker, page 10.
2.
Display.
See Section 2.2.2 Display, page 10.
3.
Keyboard, under the cover.
See Section 2.2.3 Keyboard, page 10.
4.
LED Indicator
5.
Yellow button
Used to view more details about the event or alarm currently displayed (date and time,
position, etc...).
6.
Green button
Used to acknowledge an alarm locally, see Section 5.2.3 The green button does not work,
page 27.
7.
Red button with light
This button is not used. Pressing the button does not activate a function.
The light blinks red during an alarm.
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Bottom view
1
2
3
3
4
6
1.
Identification label.
2.
Cable channels.
3.
5
Wall mounting holes (distance between holes, 157 mm).
See Section 3.2.3 Wall installation, page 14 for a detailed description.
4.
ON/OFF switch.
5.
LINE socket, used for firmware update.
See Section A.5.1 LINE socket (unit bottom), page 34 for wiring.
6.
10V AC socket.
See Section A.5.2 Power socket (unit bottom), page 34 for wiring.
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Front view
1
1.
2.1.4
LED Indicator
Status
LED
Standby mode (normal operation)
Green (permanent)
Backup battery low
Green (blinking)
Power supply disconnected
Green (flashing)
Help, assistance or fire
Red (blinking)
Relay Unit rear view
1
1.
2
RS-485 connector.
See Section A.5.4 RS-485 socket (unit rear), page 34 for wiring.
2.
2.1.5
Antenna connector
Relay Plus Unit rear view
1
1.
2
3
RS-232 connector, used for the printer/display interface of the Relay Plus Unit.
See Section A.5.3 RS-232 socket (Relay Plus Unit rear), page 34 for wiring.
2.
RS-485 connector.
See Section A.5.4 RS-485 socket (unit rear), page 34 for wiring.
3.
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Detailed description
2.2.1
Loudspeaker
When one of the following alarms or messages is received by the NurseCall Relay Unit, the
internal loudspeaker is activated until acknowledgement.
2.2.2
Status
Loudspeaker
Power supply disconnected
Dual-tone beep every minute
Call for help, reserve call, technical call
4 second interval, one tone
Error message
15 second interval, one tone
Disconnection of a relay unit from RS485-bus
1 minute interval, one tone
Call for assistance / fire alarm
Continuously dual-tone beep
Local acknowledgement
Short beep
Display
The NurseCall Relay Unit is equipped with a 2 x 20 characters display that guides the operator
during the programming. During normal operation, alarms and messages are displayed.
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NOTICE!
This user manual is written for the unit language English USA. Certain displays may differ for
the unit language English UK.
2.2.3
Keyboard
The keyboard has 21 alphanumeric keys. They are used to perform special commands or
during normal operation.
OFF
OK
ON
C
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Function
Access to the printer/display setup (Relay Plus Unit only)
See Section 4.4 Printer/display setup on the Relay Plus Unit, Page 22.
Increase the volume of the loudspeaker.
See Section 5.1 Adjusting the loudspeaker volume, page 25.
Decrease the volume of the loudspeaker.
See Section 5.1 Adjusting the loudspeaker volume, page 25.
Scroll down to the previous alarm/event.
See Section 5.2 Consulting the alarm or event buffer, Page 25.
Scroll up to the next alarm/event.
See Section 5.2 Consulting the alarm or event buffer, Page 25.
Confirm a value or a command.
Cancel an entry or a command.
Check the status of the backup battery.
See Section 6.3 Monitoring the backup battery, page 28.
Not used.
Enter a value, such as special codes.
to
See Section 4.3 Special settings, Page 21.
Not used.
Not used.
Enter a value or launch the event/alarm display mode.
See Section 5.2.1 Switching between alarm and event buffers indication,
Page 26.
then
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RS-485 interface
One NurseCall Main Unit and up to 32 NurseCall Relay Units can be connected by a RS-485
bus. The bus must be connected to pins 2 and 5 of the RS-485 socket.

For connector wiring, see Section A.5.4 RS-485 socket (unit rear), page 34.
NOTICE!
Keep polarity equal when connecting further units to the RS485 bus!
NOTICE!
Maximum RS485-bus length: 1200 m.
Use only one twisted pair cable for the interconnection.
NOTICE!
The receiver units located at the two ends of the bus must be terminated with a 100 Ohm
resistor. See Section 3.2.7 Connecting the RS-485, page 17 for more information about the
jumper setting.
In this configuration, you always should connect the NurseCall Main Unit first. The NurseCall
Relay Units must then be connected to the RS485-bus one by one, not at the same time.
Relay output
In the same connector, a potential free contact is available. It is a low current switching
contact. The relay (potential free, switching power max. 48 V / 0.5 A) is activated at a call for
help, call for assistance or fire alarm. This relay can be set as closing or switching contact
(cycle of 10 seconds on / 10 seconds off). This feature can be used to drive a signal lamp for
example.
2.2.5

For connector wiring, see Section A.5.4 RS-485 socket (unit rear), page 34.

For relay setting, see the user manual of the NurseCall Main Unit.
Antenna
The antenna is connected to the NurseCall Relay Unit using the adapter supplied with the
unit.
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See Section 3.2.4 Installing the antenna, page 14.
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Unpacking
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The NurseCall Relay Unit is carefully packed for transportation.
The components contained in the box are protected, but should be handled with care.
Store the packaging material for further use (storage or transport).
1.
Take all components out of the box and place the NurseCall Relay Unit on the working
space.
2.
3.
Check each component in the box, in accordance with the list of contents below.
Check that the NurseCall Relay Unit and its accessories have not been damaged during
transportation.
In case of defective or missing equipment, do not try to install the NurseCall Relay Unit.

3.1.1
Contact immediately your local representative.
List of contents
Description
NurseCall Relay Unit
Power supply adaptor (Europe)
230VAC/10VAC
or
Power supply adaptor (UK)
230VAC/10VAC UK
or
Power supply adaptor (US)
115VAC/10VAC
Antenna 434MHz 1/2 L=34 cm FME
Straight adapter BFME-TNC
Right angled bended adapter BFME-ETNC
2 m Cable FCC 6/4
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3.2
Installation
3.2.1
Generalities

Install the NurseCall Relay Unit in a dry place, away from any source of heat.
Tools required:
3.2.2
–
Torx T20 screwdriver.
–
Torx T10 screwdriver.
Installation on a piece of furniture
It is recommended to place the NurseCall Relay Unit on a non-slippery surface. However, do
not place anything (blanket or lace) on top of the unit.
3.2.3
Wall installation
You can fasten the NurseCall Relay Unit on a smooth wall surface using two screws. The
distance between holes is 157 mm.
The power line cord should be placed inside the cable channels on the bottom of the
NurseCall Relay Unit.
3.2.4
Installing the antenna
1.
Use the straight adapter (4) for wall installation or the right angled bended adapter (3)
for installation on a piece of furniture.
2
4
2
3
2.
Fasten the adapter (3) or (4) on the antenna connector (1).
1
3.
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Connecting to the mains
The NurseCall Relay Unit is powered by an adaptor (230/10 VAC or 115/10 VAC).
CAUTION!
In case of a different supply, the equipment must fulfill isolation requirements according to
EN60950 standard (last edition).
1.
Plug the power adaptor into a power outlet placed near the unit. It should be easily
accessible at any time.
1
2.
Connect the cable to the socket labeled 10V AC (1), under the unit.
For connector wiring, see Section A.5.2 Power socket (unit bottom), page 34.
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Setting the jumpers on the communication board on the Relay Plus Unit
1.
2.
Disassemble the unit; see Section 6.5.1 Disassembling the unit, page 29.
Remove the communication board; see Section Removing the communication board,
page 29.
3.
Set the jumpers as required in your configuration. By default the jumpers are set for
connection to a Display Zettler.
Setting the jumpers for a Display Zettler:
Setting the jumpers for a printer setup or a Display Norsk:
4.
Assemble the communication board and the unit. This is basically the reverse of the
disassembling procedure, see Section 6.5.1 Disassembling the unit, page 29.
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Connecting the RS-485
One NurseCall Main Unit and up to 32 NurseCall Relay Units can be connected to an RS-485
bus. Please contact a specialist for a correct installation.

See Section A.5.4 RS-485 socket (unit rear), page 34 for connector wiring.
CAUTION!
Do not use a star connection for the RS-485 network!
Incorrect connection:
Relay Unit 1
Relay Unit 2
Main Unit
Relay Unit n
Correct connection:
RS-485 bus (1 twisted pair cable)
100 Ω
Relay Unit n
100 Ω
Relay Unit 2
Main Unit
Relay Unit 1
NOTICE!
The NurseCall Main or Relay Units located at the two ends of the bus must be terminated with
a 100 Ohm resistor.
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Connecting the RS-232 to the Relay Plus Unit

Connect the printer or display device to the 9-pole SUB-D connector (1) at the rear part
of the housing of the Relay Plus Unit.
1
For connector wiring, see Section A.5.3 RS-232 socket (Relay Plus Unit rear), page 34.
3.2.9
Setting the 100 Ohm termination jumper
Within the NurseCall Main or Relay Units, the RS-485 interface can be configured with a
jumper.
1.
2.
Disassemble the unit as described in Section 6.5.1 Disassembling the unit, page 29.
Remove the communication board as described in Section Removing the communication
board, page 29.
3.
Put the 100 Ohm termination jumper J112 (1).
1
4.
Assemble the communication board and the unit. This is basically the reverse of the
disassembling procedure, see Section 6.5.1 Disassembling the unit, page 29.
NOTICE!
If you do not want to disassemble the NurseCall Relay Unit, you also can short-out pins 3 and
4 of the connector. This has the same effect as the jumper setting described above.
See Section A.5.4 RS-485 socket (unit rear), page 34 for connector wiring.
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Programming
4.1
Generalities
4.1.1
Using the keyboard

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Open the cover carefully and use the keyboard.
P
O
N
T
O
F
F
OK

To access the special settings programming, press
C
three times quickly.
See Section 4.3 Special settings, page 21 for more details.
4.1.2
Exit and cancel entries

4.1.3
Press
once or several times.
Key not allowed

If you have pressed a key by mistake during the programming, a high-pitched beep is
generated.
4.1.4
Locking and unlocking the keyboard

Press
then
within one second to lock or unlock the keyboard.
This function locks only the keyboard to prevent any false manipulation. The colored buttons
on the left hand side are still available.
When the keyboard is locked, a small lock appears at the bottom right of the display:
DATE:
TIME:
4.1.5
03.01.12
12:12:31
¨
½A
Programming time-out

Programming of the NurseCall Relay Unit terminates automatically if no entries are made
on the keyboard for more than one minute.
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4.2
First use
4.2.1
List of original factory settings
Parameter
Original Factory Setting
Page
* Locating mode
On
20
* Identification number
No value
20
Assistance and fire priority
No
21
Special texts in German
No
22
Printer/display setup (Relay Plus Unit only)
None
22
Speaker volume
Midrange
25
* Locating mode and identification number are set at first use. To change a value, reset the
unit. See Section 4.3.2 Resetting all the parameters and buffers, page 21.
4.2.2
Parameters set by the NurseCall Main Unit
The parameters listed below are programmed in the Main Unit and are applied to the Relay
Unit. See the NurseCall Main Unit user manual.
4.2.3
–
Display mode
–
Unit language
–
Date and time
–
Local acknowledgement and the access code
–
Output relay function and mode
Locating mode and identification number
1.
2.
Disconnect the NurseCall Relay Unit from the RS-485 bus.
Switch the NurseCall Relay Unit on with the switch located at the bottom of the unit.
Wait for the following display to appear:
LOCATING ?
( OFF / ON
3.
)
Enable (ON) or disable (OFF) the indication of the transmitter position (locating mode)
on the NurseCall Relay Unit display. It must be the same as in the NurseCall Main Unit.

Press
4.
The identification number of the NurseCall Relay Unit must now be attributed.
to disable or
to enable the locating mode.
RELAY UNIT ID: ·
( + / - )
The identification number is attributed by the NurseCall Main Unit upon connecting the RS485 bus corresponds to the order of connection. It can also be set manually. The range for
this value is (A, B, C, ..., Y, Z, a, b, c, d, e, f) for a maximum of 32 Relay Units.
Automatic attribution by the NurseCall Main Unit
5.a. Press
or the Red button to erase any previous selection. The black box remains.
5.b. Connect the NurseCall Relay Unit to the RS-485 bus. Press
or the Green button to
enable the automatic attribution. The next free identification number is attributed by the Main
Unit and is displayed on the Relay Unit at the bottom right.
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Manual selection of the NurseCall Main Unit
5.a. Scroll with
and
to set manually the identification number. Confirm with
or the Green button. The Relay Unit signalizes that it is not connected to the RS-485 bus.
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5.b. Connect the NurseCall Relay Unit to the RS-485 bus. The identification number is now
displayed at the bottom right.
4.3
Special settings
After pressing
three times quickly, you can enter special codes.
Enter Code
4.3.1
Displaying the firmware version
1.
Type the code 194155.
2.
The version of the firmware will be displayed for a few seconds.
Software REV A
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4.3.2
Resetting all the parameters and buffers
CAUTION!
Disconnect the RS-485 bus before performing a reset. Reconnect it when you are finished.
NOTICE!
The following procedure resets the NurseCall Relay Unit to its original factory settings. It
erases all the parameters, as well as the alarms and events buffers. This reset is mandatory if
you wish to change the locating mode or the identification number.
1.
Type the code 194156.
2.
When the unit resets, it plays a short melody and displays a temporary message.
Please Wait...
4.3.3
3.
After a few seconds, the unit goes back to the first use display.
4.
Select the locating mode and the identification number. See Section 4.2 First use.
Assistance and fire priority
This command sets the assistance call and the fire alarm as priority calls.
This means that alarms of these types will be displayed first.
1.
Type the code 123991. The unit plays a melody and a confirmation message is displayed.
ASSISTANCE & FIRE
PRIORITY
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Assistance and fire non priority
This command sets the assistance call and the fire alarm as non-priority calls. This means that
the last alarm is displayed, whatever its type. This is the default value.
1.
Type the code 123992. The unit plays a melody and a confirmation message is displayed.
ASSISTANCE & FIRE
NONPRIORITY
4.3.5
Special texts in German
This command sets special texts in German. The displayed criteria are:
–
BAD/WC instead of TECHNIK
–
HILFE-2 instead of NOTRUF2
1.
Type the code 123007. The unit plays a melody and a confirmation message is displayed.
MULTITONE TEXTE
BAD/WC + HILFE-2
4.3.6
Standard texts in German
This command sets standard texts in German. This is the default value.
1.
Type the code 123008. The unit plays a melody and a confirmation message is displayed.
STANDARDTEXTE
TECHNIK + NOTRUF2
4.4
Printer/display setup on the Relay Plus Unit
4.4.1
Access to the printer/display setup menu
NOTICE!
The printer/display setup can only be configured on a NurseCall Relay Plus Unit connected to
a NurseCall system via the RS-485 bus.
1.
Press
¬
2.
then
to access the programming menu.
OK:Program
¤:Info
Press
to enter the RS-232 output menu or
to check the RS-232 output setup.
¬ Parameter Nr. 00
RS-232 Output
£
3.
Press
4.
Scroll with
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and
–
None
–
Printer
–
DISPLAY ZETTLER
–
DISPLAY NORSK
to escape.
to select one of the following:
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Selection "None"

if you have selected None, press
¬ RS-232 Output
None
to confirm.
£
In this case, there will be no printer/display output. This is the default setting.
4.4.3
Selection "Printer"

if you have selected Printer, press
¬ RS-232 Output
Printer
1.
¡
Set the printing of all the daily messages sent by transmitters.
¬ Printer
24h printed ?:YES
4.4.4
to confirm.
2.
Scroll with
3.
Confirm with
¡
and
to select YES or NO. Default value is YES.
.
Selection "DISPLAY ZETTLER"

if you have selected DISPLAY ZETTLER, press
¬ RS-232 Output
DISPLAY ZETTLER
1.
to confirm.
¡
Set the rotational display of alarms.
¬ DISPLAY ZETTLER
Rota.of Alarms:YES ¡
2.
Select YES or NO with
and
. Default value is YES. Confirm with
3.
Set the display of the clock. The format is HH:MM.
.
¬ DISPLAY ZETTLER
Time displayed:YES ¡
4.
Scroll with
and
to select YES or NO. Default value is YES.
5.
Confirm with
6.
Configure the display of the 10 identification positions . The outcome is visible at the top.
.
DISPLAY :CR ff rr b
CRITER. 2 + 1 SPACES
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a.
Select a field with
b.
Confirm with
and
, change a value with
and
.
.
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c.
Choose 0 to 9 characters for the criterion, followed by 0 to 9 spaces.
Default values are 2 characters + 1 space.
7.
Repeat the operation for
a.
the floor (0 to 3 characters and 0 to 9 spaces), by default 2 characters and 1 space
b.
the room (0 to 3 characters and 0 to 9 spaces), by default 2 characters and 1 space
c.
the bed (0 or 1 character), by default 1 character.
NOTICE!
Configuration of the display is possible only in display mode FL,RO,BE (floor, room, bed).
If the NurseCall system is in display mode NUMBER, there is no need of further programming.
4.4.5
Selection "DISPLAY NORSK"
NOTICE!
The display mode NUMBER ZZZZ (alphanumeric display) is not compatible with the Display
Norsk. Make sure to choose another display mode when connecting a Display Norsk to the
Relay Plus Unit. See the NurseCall Main Unit user manual for more information.

if you have selected DISPLAY NORSK, press
¬ RS-232 Output
DISPLAY NORSK
1.
to confirm.
¢
Set the rotational display of alarms.
¬ DISPLAY NORSK
Rota.of Alarms:YES ¡
2.
Select YES or NO with
and
. Default value is YES. Confirm with
.
3.
Configure the display of the 6 identification positions. The outcome is visible at the top.
DISPLAY :
ffrrrb
FL: 2 +RO: 3 +BE:1
–
Select a field with
and
, change a value with
and
–
Confirm with
–
Choose 0 to 9 characters for the criterion, followed by 0 to 9 spaces.
.
.
Default values are 2 characters and 1 space.
4.
Repeat the operation for
–
the floor (0 to 3 characters), by default 2 characters
–
the room (0 to 3 characters), by default 3 characters
–
the bed (0 or 1 character), by default 1 character.
NOTICE!
Configuration of the display is possible only in display mode FL,RO,BE (floor, room, bed).
If the NurseCall system is in display mode NUMBER, there is no need of further programming.
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Operation
5.1
Adjusting the loudspeaker volume
25
When the NurseCall Relay Unit is in standby mode:
5.2

Press
to increase the volume.

Press
to decrease the volume.
Consulting the alarm or event buffer
The NurseCall Relay Unit uses an alarm buffer and an event buffer for display indication.
The following alarms and messages are stored into the alarm buffer:
–
call for help
–
call for assistance
–
reserve call (call for help 2)
–
technical call
–
fire alarm
–
battery low message
–
error message
–
disconnection of a NurseCall Relay Unit from the RS-485 bus
If alarms are repeated, only the least recent entry remains in the buffer. The call for assistance
replaces the call for help, the reserve call and the technical call in the alarm buffer.
In addition to all the alarms, all possible entries are stored in the event buffer.
The following messages are directly stored into the event buffer:
–
acknowledgement N46, sent by an N46 Wall Transmitter, S35 or S37 Transmitters
–
acknowledgement by S35 or S37 Transmitters
–
local acknowledgement, an acknowledgement at the NurseCall Main Unit or Relay Unit
–
daily message check
–
personnel arrival message (A, B, C and D)
–
personnel departure message
–
power outage of a receiver unit
–
return of power at a receiver unit
–
backup battery low of a receiver unit
–
interruption of the RS-232 connection interface between the NurseCall system and a PC
–
return of the RS-232 connection interface between the NurseCall system and a PC
–
connection of a NurseCall Relay Unit to the RS-485 bus
–
transmission of the event "door" by a RAC Wireless Contact.
NOTICE!
The alarm and event buffers have a capacity of 18 or 100 entries. See the maximum number of
events buffered, in the NurseCall Main Unit user manual.
The event buffer will normally be filled with the last 18 or 100 entries.
In the alarm buffer, only the active alarms are present.
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Switching between alarm and event buffers indication
The alarm buffer is indicated by default. If you are in the event buffer, the unit changes
automatically to the alarm buffer after 1 minute without activity.
If there are no entries in the alarm buffer, the display shows the actual date and time.
5.2.2

To switch from alarm to event buffer and vice versa, press

Scroll the alarms or the events with

Scroll the alarms only with the Green button.
and
.
.
Display indications
With the Yellow button, you can switch between three available information blocks.
The following information is displayed when an alarm or a message arrives:
First information block
–
In case of a "floor/room/bed" display mode:
1.
criterion of the alarm or message
2.
alarm (A) or event (E) followed by its order in the buffer
3.
identification of the transmitter location (floor/room/bed numbers)
–
In case of "single number" display mode:
1.
criterion of the alarm or message
2.
alarm (A) or event (E) followed by its order in the buffer
3.
identification of the transmitter location (three digits or four signs)
Second information block
4.
date of the event;
5.
time of the event;
6.
main unit (space) or relay Unit (A...f) identification number;
7.
quality of the received radio signal.
This information is visible in all display modes.
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Third information block
8.
position of the last passed beacon, visible in all display modes. If no beacon is registered
or if the alarm is sent outside of the range of a beacon, the POS 000 will be displayed.
In the alarm buffer, the total number of entries is indicated on top at the right. You can
immediately see how many alarms are active. In this example, there are a total of three alarms
in the alarm buffer. In the event buffer, the position of the event in the buffer is indicated:
LOCAL ACK.
E01
06:05:11 13:33:05 C2
Here, E01 corresponds to the latest entry in the event buffer.
Unit displaying the current date and time:
DATE:
TIME:
03.01.11
12:12:31
¨
Unit displaying an active alarm:
HELP
NU:001
A01
Unit displaying an event in the buffer:
LOCAL ACK.
NU:001
5.2.3
E04
The green button does not work
Problem: you have tried unsuccessfully to acknowledge an alarm with the Green button.
Cause: the local acknowledgement is disabled.
Solution: activate the local acknowledgement function.
See the NurseCall Main Unit user manual.
5.2.4
Disconnecting a Relay Unit
If a Relay Unit stops communicating with the Main Unit, an alarm "Relay Off" is generated on
the Main Unit. This alarm can only be acknowledged on the Main Unit by pressing the Green
button, followed by the code 45. Thereafter, an event "No Relay" is generated.
As soon as the Relay Unit communicates again with the Main Unit, the Event "Relay On" is
generated. This operation is independent of the local acknowledgement setting.
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Maintenance
6.1
Checking the system
Check the correct function of your NurseCall system.

6.2
Perform periodically an alarm test.
Monitoring the power supply
In case of a power failure, the NurseCall Relay Unit emits a beep and the following message is
displayed alternatively with the date and time display:
Main Power
Error
The backup battery ensures that the NurseCall Relay Unit remains operational even in the case
of a power failure. When fully charged, the battery ensures a power backup of 24 hours.
When power returns after a power failure, the battery is recharged. If it has been completely
discharged, it will reach its full capacity after 24 hours of charging time.
6.3
Monitoring the backup battery
The status of the battery is indicated on the top right of the display.

To check the backup battery voltage, press
. The following message is displayed:
Checking
Local Battery
NOTICE!
At startup, an automatic check is made.
During normal operation, an automatic check is made every 30 minutes.

If the remaining battery capacity drops below 25 %, the following message is displayed:
Local Battery
Empty

If the NurseCall Relay Unit detects that the backup battery is defective, the following
message is displayed:
Local Battery
Failure
NOTICE!
If the backup battery is defective, replace it as described in Section 6.5.2 Backup battery
replacing, page 30.
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Cleaning

Avoid using cleaning products or detergents.

Wipe off your NurseCall Relay Unit occasionally with a dry cloth.
6.5
Parts replacement
6.5.1
Disassembling the unit
Removing the antenna
1.
Remove the antenna (1) and its adapter (2) or (3).
1
3
1
2
Removing the communication board
DANGER!
Do not damage the battery cable, its connector (7) or the serial communication board
connectors.
1.
With a Torx T20 screwdriver, unscrew and remove the 4 screws (4).
2.
With a Torx T10 screwdriver, unscrew and remove the screw (5).
3.
Carefully remove the communication board (6).
4
6
5
7
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Backup battery replacing
Important Safety Instructions
The battery should charge for 24 hours before using the NurseCall Relay Unit for the first time,
after replacing the battery or after a long power shortage. Battery type is 6V NiMH.
NOTICE!
The battery will charge correctly between 5 ºC (41ºF) and 45 ºC (113 ºF). A battery that is
new or that has not been used for a long time can have reduced capacity at first use.
A rechargeable battery can be charged and discharged many times. However, it will eventually
wear out. This is not a defect. It is recommended to replace batteries that cannot ensure a
minimum power back-up time of 8 hours at full charge.
CAUTION!
–
May explode if exposed to fire.
–
Use only original batteries intended for your NurseCall Relay Unit.
–
Do not expose the battery to liquids.
–
Do not let the battery’s contacts touch another metal. This could damage the battery;
–
Do not disassemble or modify the battery;
–
Do not expose the battery to extreme temperatures, and never above 60 ºC (140 ºF).
–
For maximum battery capacity, use the battery at room temperature;
–
Keep out of reach of children;
–
Use the battery for the intended purpose only;
–
Do not put the battery in the mouth. Battery electrolytes may be toxic if swallowed.
CAUTION!
There is a risk of explosion if battery is replaced by a wrong type.
The battery should be replaced exclusively by authorized personnel.
Dispose of used batteries according to instructions and regulations.
Procedure
1.
Disassemble the unit as described in Section 6.5.1 Disassembling the unit, page 29.
2.
Disconnect the battery cable (1).
3.
Carefully remove the backup battery (2).
4.
Place the new backup battery.
5.
Connect the new battery cable (1).
2
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Disposal
The NurseCall Relay Unit is marked with a crossed-out wastebasket symbol.
This means that, at the end of its lifetime, the product should be disposed separately from
ordinary household waste in accordance with the EU Directive 2002/96/EC.
The product and its accessories should be delivered to an appropriate collection facility that
ensure recycling, treatment and an environmentally compatible disposal. This prevents any
negative impact on the environment and human health, and promotes the recycling of
materials. For more information on available collection facilities, contact your local waste
collection service or your local representative.
7.1
Disassembly
Only authorized personnel are allowed to disassemble a NurseCall Relay Unit.
7.2
Returning to the manufacturer
If there is no practical disposal place, the NurseCall Relay Unit may be returned to your local
representative.
7.3
Materials
The NurseCall Relay Unit must be returned to an authorized point of recycling.
In order to protect people and environment, the NurseCall Relay Unit must be recycled in an
adequate manner. Consequently, all applicable laws and bylaws must be respected.
7.4
Battery
NOTICE!
The battery should be disposed of as household waste. Use a battery disposal facility when
available.

Please check local regulations for disposal of batteries or call your local representative
for information.
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A
Appendix
A.1
Electrical specifications
A.2
A.3
Voltage
230 or 115/10VAC
Current
280 mA
Frequency
50/60 Hz
Power
2.8 W max.
Dimensions and weight
Casing dimensions
[mm]
Depth
220
Width
180
Height
40
Antenna
[mm]
Height
400
Casing weight
[g]
Weight (including antenna and power supply adaptor)
740
Environmental conditions
Operating temperature
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List of criteria
Criterion
Number
Alarm (A) or Event (E)
Comment
ERROR
00
A
System malfunction, e.g. component defective
PERSONNEL A
01
E
Coded key active (N46)
LOW BATTERY
02
A
Battery at low level (Transmitter)
ACK. N46
03
E
Acknowledgement (Sent by N46, S35 or S37)
DOOR
04
E
Door open or door closed
TECHNICAL
05
A
Technical Call (N46)
PERSONNEL C
06
E
Coded key presence (N46)
HELP
07
A
Call for Help
UNKNOWN
08
E
Not used
END PERSONNEL
09
E
Removed coded key (N46)
PERSONNEL D
10
E
Coded key presence (N46)
ASSISTANCE
11
A
Assistance Call
24 HOURS
12
E
Daily message check
RESERVE
13
A
Reserve Call (N46)
PERSONNEL B
14
E
Coded key presence (N46)
RADIO NOISE
15
E
Bad radio transmission (noise)
FIRE
16
A
Fire Alarm
ACK. TRANSM.1
17
E
Acknowledgement (Ack. Transmitter No. 1)
LOCAL ACK.
18
E
Local Acknowledgement (Main Unit or Relay Unit)
POWER OUTAGE
19
E
Main Unit or Relay Unit not powered
POWER BACK
20
E
Power back (Main Unit or Relay Unit)
COMPUTER OFF
21
E
Alarm management PC off
COMPUTER ON
22
E
Alarm management PC on
BAT.ACK.TRANSM
23
E
Battery at low level (One of the Ack. Transmitter)
RELAY ON
24
E
Relay Unit connected on RS-485 Bus
RELAY OFF
25
A
Relay Unit disconnected from RS-485 Bus
NO RELAY
26
E
Relay Unit off acknowledged (Main Unit)
LOW ACCU
27
E
Accumulator discharged (Main Unit or Relay Unit)
ACK. TRANSM.2
28
E
Acknowledgement (Ack. Transmitter No. 2)
ACK. TRANSM.3
29
E
Acknowledgement (Ack. Transmitter No. 3)
ACK. TRANSM.4
30
E
Acknowledgement (Ack. Transmitter No. 4)
ACK. TRANSM.5
31
E
Acknowledgement (Ack. Transmitter No. 5)
ACK. TRANSM.xx
xx
E
Acknowledgement (Ack. Transmitter No. xx)
ACK. TRANSM.32
58
E
Acknowledgement (Ack. Transmitter No. 32)
DEMENTIA
60
A
Dementia Alarm
NOTICE!
All events are buffered into the event buffer of the NurseCall Relay Unit. All alarms and events
are sent to the printer/display. All alarms and events except the events "COMPUTER OFF" and
"COMPUTER ON" are sent to the Alarm management Software.
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A.5
Connectors
A.5.1
LINE socket (unit bottom)
LINE socket
Wiring
1. Flash Data GND
2. Not used
3. Not used
4. Not used
5. Not used
6. Flash Data IN/OUT
1 2 3 456
A.5.2
Power socket (unit bottom)
10V AC socket
Wiring
1. Not used
2. AC-1 10-12VAC
3. AC-2
4. GND
1 2 3 4
A.5.3
RS-232 socket (Relay Plus Unit rear)
RS-232 socket
Wiring
1. ---
54321
2. TXD (RXD)
3. RXD (TXD)
9876
4. --5. GND
6. --7. --8. --9. ---
A.5.4
RS-485 socket (unit rear)
RS-485 socket
Wiring
1. Relay output (a)
1 2 3 4 5 6
2. RS485 (A)
3. Termination = RS485 (A)
4. RS485(A) when jumper end line is placed
5. RS485 (B)
6. Relay Output (b)
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