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Overview
Standard Features
The Dukane MCS350 Modular Communication System is a multichannel, microprocessor-controlled, programmable administrative
communication systems that provides a range of audio communications functions. These functions are initiated from any one of
up to four Administrative Control Consoles (ACCs), controlled by a
Central Control Unit (CCU), to up to 256 remote speaker stations.
MCS350 systems are available in two configurations, a wall-mount
version (up to 64 stations) and a floor rack version (up to 256 stations).
• Advanced microprocessor design
Two-way open voice communications can be initiated from an
ACC to any remote speaker station or to another ACC. Page,
program and tone distribution can also be initiated by an ACC to
any one station or group of stations on a zone or all call basis. The
built-in master clock can be programmed to control time tone distribution to any or all stations. The battery-backed up master clock
can correct selected synchronous analog or digital clocks and can
maintain correct time for seven days after power loss.
MCS350 systems providing external telephone system access
are indicated by a T suffix. MCS350T systems provide a single
interface port to a either a standard DTMF telephone or a PBX
loop start trunk port, as well as a single remote message display
port. This telephone interface allows two-way open voice communications to speaker stations and other ACCs as well as one-way
all call and zone paging. Selected system commands can also be
initiated from this port.
• Simultaneous program distribution and two-channel intercom
• Built-in and remote diagnostics
• Selectable single-queue operation
• PC interface for remote system programming
• Twenty-five programmable tone types
• User-programmable input ports and output contacts
• RS-485 serial port
• User-programmable, battery-backed master clock
The MCS350T Series also features:
• DTMF telephone access to system
• Telephone answering of call-ins
• Interface to remote display unit
Application
The systems have three independent audio communications
paths: one program channel and two open-voice intercom channels. All three channels can be active simultaneously, without
interruption. The program channel is used for paging, time signaling, and program distribution to multiple remote stations. The two
intercom channels allow two simultaneous intercom conversations
according to model:
MCS350 - one conversation between an ACC and a remote
station, the other between two ACCs. Two simultaneous ACC-toACC conversations are also possible. Program channel communications need not interrupt remote station intercom use.
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MCS350T - one conversation between an ACC or DTMF telephone and a remote station, the other between two ACCs or
between an ACC and a DTMF telephone. Simultaneous ACC-toACC conversations are also possible. Program channel communications need not interrupt remote station intercom use.
devices when functions such as clock synchronization, all call, and
remote annunciations occur.
The ACC is a desktop unit that initiates and displays all MCS350
functions. The ACC consists of a protective housing, a 31-key,
color-coded, spillproof key pad, a 16-character alphanumeric
LCD, a built-in microphone and speaker, and a two-way handset.
ACC key pad entries are accompanied by both audio and visual
feedback. The EMERGENCY, CUSTODIAN, PAGE, PROGRAM,
CONSOLE, SYSTEM, and HOLD keys have accompanying LEDs
to indicate the function status. The ACC also has speed dial,
redial, manual time-tone generation, and program monitoring
capabilities.
The system includes off-hour door alert, a programmable alarm
tone for sounding a door alarm in all or selected zones by the
closure of a single switch contact.
ACC or DTMF telephone users have program channel access for
zone paging to preselected groups of remote stations or for all call
paging. Remote stations can be assigned to more than one zone.
ACC users can also program the entire system by entering the user-assigned access code. The built-in programmable master clock
allows 256 discrete time event entries. Each event is assigned to
one, a combination of any five, or all eight time zones; one of eight
time schedules; one of eight user-programmable tone types; and
any combination of days of the week. The system master clock
can be synchronized by an external master clock system. All system programming is stored in non-volatile (EEPROM) memory and
is retained in the event of power failure.
The 16-character LCD display keeps the user informed of current
ACC status at all times. When no calls are in the system, the display shows the time of day in either 12- or 24-hour format. As calls
are received by the ACC, the display shows the two-, three-, or
four-digit alphanumeric room number of the calling station as well
as the call’s position in that ACC’s call-in queue. Each ACC has its
own individual queue for storing incoming calls. These queues are
user-programmable so that any room can be programmed to call
into any one of the ACCs. All rooms can also be programmed to
call into a single ACC. The ACC indicates each call it receives by
sounding a call-in tone and updating its queue status display. Calls
into an ACC are inserted into the queue first according to their
priorities, then in order of arrival. Five call-in priority levels are userprogrammable for each remote station: emergency, ACC call-in,
high priority, staff, and normal. The system has 100 percent queuing of incoming calls so no calls can be lost. Incoming calls can
be scanned using the DISPLAY CALLS key and can be answered
in any order desired. An ACC can place a call with calls waiting in
its queue. A single queue mode that places all incoming calls into
a single common queue can be selected. This allows directing all
incoming calls to all ACCs and DTMF telephones during limited
staff operation.
For voice intercom or paging functions, the ACC is equipped with
a handset, key pad, speaker, microphone, and a PUSH TO TALK
key. The handset is engaged whenever it is in a non-horizontal
position. Voice-activated switching (VOX) automatically switches
audio direction. When the handset is not active, the direction of
communication is controlled by the PUSH TO TALK key. The builtin microphone is active when the PUSH TO TALK key is pressed
and the speaker is active when that key is released.
The system has user-programmable input ports that allow external
devices to trigger time and emergency tones, external all call, door
monitor, night transfer switch, and other system functions. Userprogrammable dry-contact outputs are provided to signal external
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The system tone generator provides 25 tones. The volume level
and duration of each tone is programmable.
The MCS350 Central Control Unit (CCU) consists of one digital
card, one analog card, one or more switching cards, an optional
telephone interface card, one 24Vdc power supply, and one or
more 60-watt power amplifiers. A single switching card can handle
up to 16 remote stations. The MCS350 CCU performs selfdiagnostic tests for detection of various system errors or invalid
keystroke sequences. If a system error is detected, a message is
displayed on each ACC in the system.
The system has an RS-232 port for a PC interface that allows
menu-driven programming of system information (room numbers,
zones, events), storing system programming on diskette, establishing a system directory of teacher names with room numbers,
adding and deleting rooms from zones, logging and storing priority
system activity, and retrieving data for review and printing. An RS485 port provides support for a single Remote Display Unit (RDU),
Dukane model RDU350.
MCS350 CCUs Systems are available in two configurations: a
wall-mount version and floor rack version. The wall-mount version
can accommodate up to four switching cards (64 remote stations),
a 24Vdc power supply, and a 60-watt power amplifier. The floor
rack version is an upright 19-inch (48.3 cm) wide, 54" (137 cm)
high rack that can accommodate up to 16 switching cards (256
remote stations), a 24Vdc power supply, and up to four 60-watt
amplifiers. A single power amplifier is assigned for each set of 64
remote stations.
All MCS350T systems contain an additional telephone interface
card and take the place of an ACC port, reducing the maximum
number of ACCs from 4 to 3. In rack version MCS350T systems,
the telephone interface occupies one slot in the CCU card cage,
reducing the maximum number of switching cards from 16 to 15,
i.e. reducing the maximum number of remote speaker stations
from 256 to 240.
System Expansion Options
SC16B Four-Wire Switching Card
Dukane Model SC16B contains one 4-wire switching card along
with associated cables and mounting hardware to expand an
MCS350 system’s remote speaker station capacity by 16 stations
using a 4-wire interface.
SCX16A Two-Wire Switching Card
Dukane Model SCX16A contains one 2-wire switching card along
with associated cables, mounting hardware, and terminations to
expand an MCS350 system’s remote speaker station capacity by
16 stations using a 2-wire interface with line supervision.
101F542 Telapex Telephone Interface Card
Dukane model 101F542 is an MCS350 to MCS350T upgrade
kit that includes a Telapex telephone interface card along with
associated cables and mounting hardware to add an interface to
a standard DTMF telephone or PBX loop start trunk port and an
interface for single remote message display.
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MCS350 Series Block Diagram
MCS350T Series Block Diagram
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SC16B Four-Wire Switching Card
SCX16A Two-Wire Switching Card
Dukane Model SC16B Four-Wire
Switching Card, when added to an
MCS350(T) system, increases a system’s remote speaker station capacity
by 16. The four-wire switching card
supports two twisted pair connections
to speaker stations to provide call-in
annunciation and full audio capabilities to Administrative Control Center
(ACC). The package contains a fourwire switching card along with associated cables and mounting
hardware.
Dukane Model SCX16A Two-Wire Switching Card, when added to an MCS350(T)
system, increases a system’s remote
speaker station capacity by 16. The twowire switching card supports a single
twisted pair connection to speaker
stations to provide call-in annunciation
and full audio capabilities to Administrative Control Center (ACC). The package
contains a two-wire switching card along with associated cables,
mounting hardware, and terminations.
The SC16B is recommended for use in new or retrofit installations
where two twisted-pair cable is used for each speaker station, and
speaker station line supervision is not required.
The SCX16A is recommended for use in new or retrofit installations where only a single twisted-pair cable is used for each
speaker station, or where speaker station line supervision is
required.
Standard transformer coupled speaker stations and the Dukane
model 9A1765 Call-In Switch are utilized with the SC16B.
Standard transformer coupled speaker stations and the Dukane
model 9A1765 Call-In Switch are utilized with the SCX16A.
The SC16B also supports a privacy request feature by configuring the 9A1765 to ground the primary center-tap of the speaker
station transformer.
The SCX16A includes speaker line supervision. An emergency
tone and flashing display at an ACC are used to indicate a cut line
or an open circuit in the transformer.
Standard Features
• Expands system capacity by 16 speaker stations
The SCX16A does not support the speaker station privacy feature.
Speaker station call-ins during reception of page, music or tones
are also not supported.
• Allows retrofit of remote speaker stations utilizing two unshielded twisted pair wiring
Standard Features
• Provides call-in and privacy annunciation while audio is present
• Expands system capacity by 16 speaker stations
• Plug-in substitute for SCX16A (no adapter board required)
• Allows retrofit of remote speaker stations utilizing single unshielded twisted pair wiring
Engineers' Specification
• Provides both call annunciation and audio communications on
a single wire pair
1. The Four-Wire Switching Card shall be the Dukane SC16B, or
an approved equal.
2. It shall provide 16 circuits per card, be modular in design, and
install into any MCS350 or MCS350T system.
3. It shall allow an MCS350 or MCS350T system to operate on a
four-wire twisted pair connection from any speaker station and
shall provide full digital communication read-out on any administrative control console, identifying any classroom call-in from
the 9A1765 call-in switch.
4. It shall provide privacy and call-in annunciation from remote
speaker stations at all times, including while delivering one-way
or two-way audio.
5. It shall employ all solid-state circuitry, and shall be assembled
on a printed circuit board constructed of G-10 glass epoxy
material.
6. The circuit board shall be a card-cage plug-in type with field
terminations by means of BIX punch block connectors.
• Provides speaker line supervision for line breaks or transformer
opens
• Plug-in substitute for SC16B (no adapter board required)
Engineers' Specification
1. The Two-Wire Switching Card shall be the Dukane SCX16A, or
an approved equal.
2. It shall provide 16 circuits per card, be modular in design, and
install into any MCS350 or MCS350T system.
3. It shall allow an MCS350 or MCS350T system to operate on a
two-wire twisted pair connection from any speaker station and
shall provide full digital communication read-out on any administrative control console, identifying any classroom call-in from
the 9A1765 call-in switch.
4. It shall provide speaker line supervision and shall indicate any
openings on transformers by an emergency flashing display
that identifies the location of the break in the wire or open
circuit in a transformer.
5. It shall employ all solid-state circuitry, and shall be assembled
on a printed circuit board constructed of G-10 glass epoxy
material.
6. The circuit board shall be a card-cage plug-in type with field
terminations by means of BIX punch block connectors.
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101F542 Telapex Telephone Interface Card
Dukane Model 101F542 Telapex Telephone Interface Card, when added to
an MCS350 system, adds an interface
to a standard DTMF telephone or a
PBX loop start trunk port to create an
MCS350T system. The package contains a telephone interface card along
with associated cables and mounting
hardware.
An RS-485 port on the telephone
interface card allows a Dukane model RDU350 to be connected to
display speaker station call-in status as well as system information
such as time of day.
The 101F542 is recommended for current non-Telapex card
MCS350 systems that require integration with a facility’s PBX or
where a remote display of incoming call-ins is desired.
The 101F542 takes up one ACC port in a system, reducing the
capacity of ACCs from 4 to 3, and in rack configurations reduces
the capacity of switching cards by one, from 16 to 15, or 256 to
240 remote speaker stations.
Standard Features
• Provides a means of integrating an MCS350 system to a telephone or telephone system
• Supports either DTMF telephones or PBX loop start trunk ports
• Provides a port for the remote display of call-in and system
information
110-3836A Digital Clock Sync Module
The Dukane Model 110-3836A Digital Clock Sync Module allows a
master clock to increase its output drive capability in order to support multiple digital secondary clocks. The sync module supports
up to 500 Edwards Model 24ZB20 Two-Inch or Model 24ZB40
Four-Inch Digital Secondary Clocks. Both high fan out outputs are
required to drive the two control signals common to each clock.
All field wiring is customer-provided and terminates to two terminal
strips on the 110-3836A. The screw terminals accept stranded or
solid wire, 26 to 16 AWG. It is recommended that the power supply connections be 18 AWG twisted pair, the input connections be
22 AWG shielded twisted pair or, and that the output connections
be 22 AWG shielded pair. A supplementary chassis ground wire is
also required.
Features
• Provides interface between master clock and digital secondary
clocks
• Two high fan out outputs
• Supports up to 500 model 24ZB20 two-inch or model 24ZB40
four-inch digital secondary clocks
Engineers' Specification
1. The Telapex Telephone Interface Card shall be the Dukane
101F542, or an approved equal.
2. It shall be modular in design, and install into any MCS350 system to convert it to an MCS350T system.
3. It shall provide a single subscriber line port for connection to
either a DTMF telephone or a PBX loop start trunk port.
4. It shall provide a single RS-485 communications port for connection to a Dukane model RDU350 Remote Display Unit for
the purpose of displaying call-in and system information.
5. It shall cause the RDU350 to display system time when no
system activity is present.
6. It shall employ all solid-state circuitry, and shall be assembled
on a printed circuit board constructed of G-10 glass epoxy
material.
7. The circuit board shall be a card-cage plug-in type with field
terminations by means of screw terminal strips.
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Model ACC5 Administrative Control Center
selections during routine operation. The system provides, as a
minimum, simultaneous intercom to any speaker location, intercom between two ACCs, and program distribution to any combination of individual remote stations or zones.
The ACC’s telephone-style housing is made of molded, highimpact plastic and consists of an alphanumeric LCD, speaker,
microphone, handset, and touch-sensitive membrane key pad
for call operations, paging, and program distribution. The control
panel is organized in a logical, color-coded format to ensure ease
of operation. Function key F5 is factory-configured for redial. All
other function keys are user-configurable for speed dialing or other
specific system operations.
The Dukane Model ACC5 Administrative Control Console (ACC)
is the control center for communication, paging, signaling, and
programming for the Dukane MCS350 Series Modular Communications System. The ACC incorporates a telephone handset,
microphone, speaker, volume control, 16-character alphanumeric
LCD, and key pad controls. The control panel allows the operator
to establish two-way communications between an ACC and any
remote station or another ACC. The operator can also answer
incoming calls and selectively distribute external program sources
to particular remote stations or zones.
In addition, the ACC allows all-call or zone paging, separate
emergency paging, and civil emergency tone distribution to all
stations. A dedicated key provides a unique custodial call tone to
all speakers.
Standard Features
• 16-character, alphanumeric liquid-crystal display
• Built-in speaker, microphone, and handset
• Two-, three-, or four-digit alphanumeric dialing
• 12- or 24-hour clock display
• Menu-assisted, user-programmable functions
• Queues 100% of remote call-ins
• Color-coded, spill protected key pad
• Function keys with ON/OFF LED indicators
• Call forwarding and transfer capabilities
• Call priority levels
• Built-in diagnostics
• Off-hook handset switch in cradle
Application
All ACCs in a system have identical functions and control features,
yet each can be independently programmed to perform specific
operations for particular secretarial or administrative needs. Functions such as alphanumeric architectural room numbering, call-in
priority levels, and the 256-event, eight-schedule and eight-zone
time clock are user programmable from the ACC control panel.
The LCD provides menu-assisted prompting and instructions
during system programming, and visual indication of regular and/
or emergency incoming calls, paging zone selections, and room
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The large, 16-character LCD provides 100 percent queuing of
calling room numbers, call priority, sequential display of calls waiting, current time in the idle state, menu assistance during system
programming, and an operator dialing display.
The ACC displays multiple calls by priority and order of call-in
sequence on the LCD. A scrolling feature allows the operator to
view pending calls and, if desired, answer a call out of sequence.
Routine calls are audibly announced by a call-in tone and visually
indicated by the appearance of the calling station’s number and
call priority level. These calls can be answered using the handset
or built-in microphone, placed on hold, transferred to another
ACC, or terminated. Emergency and high priority calls are distinguished by a long, unique alert tone and flashing station number.
These calls can be answered, placed on hold, and transferred to
another ACC. During times of limited staff operation, calls can be
temporarily forwarded to another ACC in the system.
The ACC operator can place a call to any remote station in the
system having audio capabilities. At the same time, two other
ACC operators can be in communication with each other. Calls
to remote speaker stations are made with a preannounce tone
and generate discrete, intermittent privacy tones to remind the
receiving party that the lines of communication are open. The ACC
allows automatic one-button redialing of the last number dialed by
pressing the F5 function key. It also provides four additional function keys with nine function locations (F1–F4 and F6–F10 using
SHIFT key) for speed dialing frequently called numbers.
The ACC operator can page up to five zones selectively or all eight
zones in the system. The all page feature disregards zone assignments and allows paging to all remote stations. In addition to conventional paging, the ACC operator can generate an emergency
tone with a page, and civil emergency and custodial tones without
pages. The ACC operator can program the system clock for automatic time tone distribution. A maximum of 256 events and eight
schedules are available. Authorized ACC operators can alter the
parameters of a programmed event at any time. Time tones can
also be distributed manually by an ACC operator, in addition to the
automatic time tones.
The ACC provides the means for system programming and initialization. Call-point designations, call-in priorities, zones for paging,
time tone distribution, and program event schedules are user-programmable features that can be altered by authorized personnel
as facility needs change. System programming is protected by a
user-assigned access code.
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Specifications
MCS350 Series Modular Communications System
Rated Output
Audio line type:
25V
Wall cabinet:
60W (rms)
Rack mount:
60W to 240W (rms)
Intercom:
4W (rms)
Power Required
Wall Cabinet:
105Vac to 132Vac @ 3A
Rack:
105Vac to 132Vac @ 10A
Inputs
External program source
Input Sensitivity
External Program Source: 500mV nominal
Intercom:
500mV nominal
Frequency Response
Program:
50Hz to 15kHz
Intercom:
Voice-filtered for maximum intelligibility
Compressors
Automatic level control of both talk and listen
Distortlon
Program:
Less than 2% at full load
Intercom:
Less than 2% at full load
Noise Levels
External Program Source:
–60dB
Intercom:
–60dB
Output Regulation
Program:
Better than 2dB from no load to full load
Intercom:
Better than 2dB from no load to full load
Fuses
Wall Cabinet Power Supply:
AC—0.75A slow blow, DC—3A fast blow
Rack Mount Power Supply:
AC—1.25A slow blow, DC—5A fast blow
60W Power Amplifier:
AC—1.25A slow blow, DC—5A fast blow
Analog Card, main:
5A slow blow
Analog Card, ACCs:
Four 0.25A slow blow
Analog Card, music source:
0.5A slow blow
Switching Cards:
0.25A fast blow
Interfaces
RS-232 port:
WINPAL
RS-485 port:
RDU
Input port:
Four input closures
Output port:
2 open collector, 2 relays
Off-hook output contact (MCS350T)
Terminations
External: “BIX” Telecommunication-type
Internal: “MAS-CON,” “LAT-CON,” “CHAMP” and screw
terminal types
Dimensions
Wall Cabinet:
21 in (53.3 cm) wide x 28 in (71.1 cm) high x
4-3/8 in (11.1 cm) deep
Rack:
Standard 19 in (48.3 cm) rack, 54 in (137.2 cm)
high x 21 in (53.3 cm) wide x 17 in (43.2 cm)
deep
Net Weight
Wall Cabinet:
47 to 50 pounds (21.2 to 22.5 kg)
Rack:
139 to 228 pounds (62.6 to 102.6 kg)
Finish
Wall Cabinet:
16-gauge steel backbox finished in matte gray
baked epoxy
Rack:
Steel floor rack finished in charcoal black baked
epoxy
Tones
Intercom Call-In; Intercom Call-Out; Privacy;
Page Preannounce; Emergency Page
Preannounce; Civil Emergency; Custodian;
Eight Time Tones; Door Alert
Controls
Full system control from any ACC
Environmental Parameters
32° F (0° C) to 90° F (32° C),
relative humidity 0 to 90%
Capacity
MCS350 Wall Cabinet: Sixteen stations expandable to 64 stations
One to four four-wire or two-wire switching cards,
16 circuits per card
Up to four Administrative Control Consoles (ACCs)
One 60W power amplifier
MCS350T Wall Cabinet: Sixteen stations expandable to 64 stations
One to four four-wire or two-wire switching cards,
16 circuits per card
Up to three Administrative Control Consoles (ACCs)
One 60W power amplifier
One telephone interface card
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MCS350/R Rack:
MCS350T/R Rack:
Sixteen stations expandable to 256 stations
One to sixteen four-wire or two-wire switching
cards, 16 circuits per card
Up to four Administrative Control Consoles (ACCs)
Up to four 60W power amplifiers
Sixteen stations expandable to 240 stations
One to fifteen four-wire or two-wire switching
cards, 16 circuits per card
Up to three Administrative Control Consoles (ACCs)
Up to four 60W power amplifiers
One telephone interface card
SC16B & SCX16A Switching Cards
Operating Capacity
SC16B: Sixteen call-in circuits per card (4-wire)
SCX16A: Sixteen call-in circuits per card (2-wire)
Power Requirements
Operating voltage: 24Vdc
Current consumption: 250mA
Termination
To BIX connector distribution block
Board Dimensions
8.5 in (21.6 cm) x 8.5 in (21.6 cm)
Call-in Initiation
SC16B: Momentary, normally open contact
SCX16A: Momentary, normally closed contact
Privacy Indication
SC16B: Maintained, normally open
SCX16A: none
Audio Distribution
25V balanced line
Space Requirement
Single slot in card cage
101F542 Telapex Telephone Interface Card
Power Requirements
Operating Voltage: 24Vdc
Current consumption: 250mA
Outputs
Subscriber line interface for telephone or PBX
loop start trunk port
RS-485 RDU port
Off-hook indication
Termination
Screw terminal strips
Space Requirement
Dedicated location in wall mount cabinet Dedicated
single slot in rack mount cabinet card cage
Model ACC5 Administrative Control Center
Output
Balanced half duplex audio line level
Speaker
2.5 in (6.4 cm), 8 Ohms, 3W
Microphone
Built-in condenser type
Handset And Cord
Electret transmitter, Dynamic receiver, Grey, flame-retardant,
high-impact plastic with 3 ft (0.9 m) plug-in modular cord set
Controls (Key Pad)
Speaker VOL with plus or minus volume displayed on LCD;
EMERGENCY key with LED on/off indication; PAGE key
with LED on/off indication; PROGRAM key with LED on/
off indication; CUSTODIAN key with LED on/off indication;
DISPLAY CALLS key; HOLD key with LED on/off indication;
PUSH TO TALK key; CANCEL key; ENTER key;
CONSOLE programming with LED on/off indication;
SYSTEM programming with LED on/off indication; NEXT;
SELECT; EXIT
Key Pad
0 through 9 (A through J using Shift key)
Special Function
F1 through F4 (F5 is factory programmed as redial key;
Keys
access F6 through F10 using Shift key)
Power
24Vdc obtained through connection to MCS350 or
Requirements
MCS350T
Data Signal
7,800 baud between ACC and central processor
Requirements
Display
Large 16-character LCD alphanumeric readout
Tones
User-programmable time, alarm, and call-in tones
Switches/key Pad
Sealed, spill protected polycarbonate membrane
Functions
ACC-to-speaker page Display of current time in idle
state; ACC-to-speaker/microphone intercom Full display
of programmer prompting; ACC-to-ACC intercom Full
display of operator function dialing; Queuing of incoming
calls (100%) LEDs indicate function keys on/off; Sequential
displays of calls queued Audio program distribution
control; Call hold Zone page; Call forwarding All call page;
Sequential display of priority stations
Terminations
Standard 8-wire locking plug-in telephone connector
Housing
High-impact, flame-retardant, grey plastic
Dimensions &
9.5 in (24 cm) wide by 4 in (10.2 cm) high by 8.75 in (22.2
Net Weight
cm) deep; 3 lb, 10 oz (1.63 kg) (including handset)
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Description
MCS350 Modular Communications System and Associated Equipment
MCS350/nn
MCS350 Wall Cabinet, nn Stations (nn = 16, 32, 48, 64)*
MCS350T/nn
MCS350 Wall Cabinet with Telephone Interface, nn Stations (nn = 16, 32,
48, 64)*
MCS350/Rnnn
MCS350 Rack Cabinet, nnn Stations (nnn = 16, 32, 48, ... 256)*
MCS350T/Rnnn
MCS350 Rack Cabinet with Telephone Interface, nnn Stations (nnn = 16,
32, 48, ... 240)*
*Notes:
- default card type for the MCS350 Series is model SC16B 4-Wire Switching Card
- add suffix -2W to replace model SC16B 4-Wire Switching Cards with SCX16A 2 Wire Switching
Cards
- add suffix LA for systems equipped without 60W amplifiers
- 16, 32, 48 and 64 station systems are equipped with one 60W amplifier
- 80, 96, 112 and 128 station systems are equipped with two 60W amplifiers
- 144, 160, 176 and 192 station systems are equipped with three 60W amplifiers
- 208, 224, 240 and 256 station systems are equipped with four 60W amplifiers
ACC5
Administrative Control Console
9A1765
Call-in Switch (Pushbutton)
PCS499
Call-in Switch with privacy, Three-Position Rocker
PCS819A
Telephone Handset, Dynamic Transmitter, Magnetic Receiver, 6 ft (1.8 m)
Coiled Cord; for Two-Gang Backbox
PCS821A
Telephone Handset, Dynamic Transmitter, Magnetic Receiver, 6 ft (1.8 m)
Coiled Cord, Rocker Call-In Switch; for Single-Gang Backbox
PCS822A
Telephone Handset, Dynamic Transmitter, Magnetic Receiver, 6 ft (1.8 m)
Coiled Cord; for Single-Gang Backbox
RCD350P
CD/Digital Tuner w/PreAmplifier
RDU350
Remote Display Unit (for MCS350T)
SC16B
Four Wire Switching Card, 16-circuit
SCX16A
Two Wire Switching Card, 16-circuit
101F542
Telapex Telephone Interface Card
437-00226
MCS350 Resource CD
Clocks and Associated Equipment
110-3836A
Digital Clock Sync Module
24ZB20, 24ZB40
Digital Secondary Clock (2 in or 4 in)
24SS Series
Analog Secondary Clocks
110-3693
AC Clock Power Supply (Up to three power supplies can be mounted in a
single backbox)
110-2190-SC
Flush Mount Door
110-2191-SC
Surface Mount Door
145-184-SC
Power Supply Backbox
85101-0025
D ATA S H E E T
Not to be used for installation purposes. Issue 6
04-29-13
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