DCS 6000 User Guide
Conferencing and Discussion Systems, Firmware Release 8.0.5
DCS 6000 Conference Units
USER GUIDE
@2016 Shure Incorporated
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DCS 6000 Digital Conference System
User Manual
Table of Contents
Table of Contents ...................................... 2
Important .................................................. 3
Installation Precautions ......................................... 3
Compliance ........................................................... 3
Information to the User.......................................... 3
Cleaning ................................................................ 4
Repacking ............................................................. 4
Warranty .............................................................. 4
Your DCS 6000 Conference System ........... 5
The DCS 6000 System ............................................ 5
System Components.............................................. 6
Central Equipment etc............................................ 6
Interpreter Equipment ........................................... 6
Conference Units and Ch. Selectors ....................... 6
Accessories ............................................................. 6
Operating Instructions .............................. 7
DCS 6000 Conference Units ................................... 7
General Description ................................................ 7
Features .................................................................. 7
Conference Units Versions ..................................... 7
Portable Conference Units ..................................... 8
Flush-mounted Conference Units......................... 18
Microphone Functionality ................................... 22
User Controls & Indications .................................. 22
Microphone Connections ..................................... 22
Locking of the Microphone .................................. 22
Operation Modes ..................................... 24
System Modes .................................................... 24
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Reply functionality ..............................................25
Speak Button Lock ...............................................25
Allow Mic Off ......................................................25
Individual Modes (only with SW 6000) ................. 26
Language Selection Functionality ......................... 27
User Controls & Indications .................................. 27
Headphone Connectors ........................................ 27
Normal Operation................................................. 27
Voting Functionality ............................................28
User Controls & Indications .................................. 28
Normal Operation................................................. 28
Chip Card Functionality ........................................29
The use of Chip Cards ........................................... 29
User Controls & Indications .................................. 29
System Setup .......................................... 30
DCS-LAN Connector .............................................30
General Guidelines ..............................................30
Settings ................................................................. 30
Electrical Termination of DCS LAN Network......... 30
Typical Schematics................................................ 30
Starting up the System ......................................... 30
Adjusting LCD Contrast on Units with Channel
Selector ........................................................... 30
Accessories .............................................. 32
Technical Specifications........................... 34
System Specification ............................................34
Connection Details ..............................................35
Accessories..........................................................36
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Important
Installation Precautions
Do not install the unit in a location near heat
sources such as radiators or air ducts, or in a place
exposed to direct sunlight, excessive dust or
humidity, mechanical vibration or shock.
Electrostatic discharge may cause the following
conference units to restart. If such events occur,
the conference units will self-recover.
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DM 6680 P
DM 6680 F
DM 6588 F
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DM 6080 F
DM 6620 F
DM 6501 F
CM 6080 F
CM 6680 F
To avoid moisture condensations do not install the
units where the temperature may rise rapidly.
To avoid moisture condensations do not install the
unit where the temperature may rise rapidly.
Compliance
The equipment is intended to
professional audio applications.
be
used
in
Note: This device is not intended to be connected
directly to a public internet network.
EMC conformance to Environment E2: Commercial
and Light Industrial.
Testing is based on the use of supplied and
recommended cable types.
The use of other than shielded (screened) cable
types may degrade EMC performance.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved
by Shure Incorporated could void your authority
to operate this equipment.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with
Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil numérique de la
classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du
Canada.
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential
installation.
This equipment generates uses and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause
harmful
interference
to
radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
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Authorized under the verification provision of FCC
Part 15B.
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Please follow your regional recycling scheme for
batteries, packaging, and electronic waste.
Information to the User
This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the
equipment and the receiver.
Connect the equipment to an outlet on a
circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced
radio/TV technician for help.
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Cleaning
Never use any detergent solution, organic
solvents such as thinners or abrasive
cleaners since these will damage the
cabinet.
To keep the cabinet in its original condition,
periodically clean it with a lightly damp soft cloth.
Repacking
Save the original shipping cardboard box and
packing material; they will become handy if you
ever have to ship the unit. For maximum protection,
re-pack the unit as originally packed from the
factory.
Warranty
The individual units in the DCS 6000 system are
minimum covered by 24 months warranty against
defects in materials or workmanship.
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Your DCS 6000 Conference System
The DCS 6000 System
DCS 6000 Digital Conference System is a system to
be used at meetings, where a number of people are
addressing the ‘Floor’ in a structured manor. The
audio from the Conference units can be heard in the
built in loudspeakers in the units.
The system does also allow for simultaneous
interpretation for international conferences where
multiple languages are used.
To enable all participants to understand the
proceedings, interpreters can simultaneously
translate the speaker’s language as required. These
interpretations are distributed through the
connected Conference units and delegates can
select the language of their choice and listen to it
through headphones.
DCS 6000 Digital Conference System comprises of
one CU 61xx/DIS-CCU Central Unit and a number
of Conference Units, Gooseneck Microphones and
other accessories depending on the system
configuration.
The DCS 6000 system has the following main
features:
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Delayed switching on of power to the two
DCS-LAN chains, to minimize the total ‘inrush’ current on the Mains supply
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Designed for 31 interpretation channels and
8 open microphones
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Audio scrambling of the audio to avoid
eavesdropping
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Designed in a standard 1HE 19” cabinet
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TCP/IP connection on CU 61xx/DIS-CCU for
external operation of the system using a PC
or control system such as AMX ® or Crestron
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Functionality on the CU 61xx/DIS-CCU
depends on the Feature License uploaded
into the unit
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Firmware in Delegate units, Interpreter Units,
Central Units etc. is upgradeable
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Operated either stand alone or from a PC
using the CU browser or using SW 6000
software
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Added functionality and comprehensive
features provided by SW 6000 software
package running on PC
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Fully digital
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Excellent sound quality
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“State of the Art” fully digital integrated
interpretation, discussion and voting system
offering interpretation, language distribution,
conference microphone and voting facilities with
attendance check with Chip Card ™
The SW 6000 is an optional software package,
which expands the functionality of the DCS 6000
system. The software runs on standard computer
technology (Standard PC with Windows 7, Server
2008 etc.).
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Digital transmission of audio from/to the
Conference unit to/from the central unit using a
unique digital DATA and AUDIO bus named
DCS-LAN
Main features of the SW 6000 are:
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Control of up to 3800 conference units. This
number does not include Channel Selectors,
Repeaters etc. In practical use there are no
limits for the number of Channel Selectors in a
system
Delegate and Interpreter units are powered and
controlled by the CU 61xx/DIS-CCU Central
Unit, which drives up to app. 50 units with the
PS CU power supply
EX 6010 Extension Unit or PS 6001 DCS-LAN
Power Kit is available if more units are required
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Microphone management
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Mimic panel operation
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Interpretation management
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Voting management
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Message handling
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Agenda handling
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Data stored on SQL data base
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Web service interface available for easy links
to external applications
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Multi language user interfaces
DCS 6000 Digital Conference System
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Supports different User types with different
priorities,
user
interfaces
and
control
possibilities
DM 6620 F
Conference Unit (flush mounted)
with, Chip-card and 5 voting
buttons
CM/DM 6680 F Conference Unit (flush mounted)
with
one
built-in
channel
selector, Chip-card and 5 voting
buttons
MU 6040 C/D Conference unit for use with
FD/FC
front
plate
with
Loudspeaker, Microphone and
Buttons. Available in Delegate
(D) and Chairman (C) version
MU 6042 D
Dual Conference unit for use
with FD/FC front plate with
Loudspeaker, Microphone and
two delegate Buttons
DV 6501 F
Voting Unit
AM 6040
Ambient Conference unit
CS 6340 FV/H Channel
Selector
(flush
mounted)
System Components
Central Equipment etc.
DIS-CCU
EX 6010
PS 6001
PS CCU
PI 6000
RC 6000
AO 6004
AO 6008
RP 6004
JB 6104
Central Unit
Extension Unit
DCS-LAN Power Kit consisting of one
PS CU and one PI 6000
Power Supply
DCS-LAN Power Inserter
Redundancy Controller
Audio Output Unit
Audio Output Unit
Repeater for four chains
Junction Box with 4 outputs
Interpreter Equipment
IS 6132 P
LS 6132 P
Accessories
Interpreter Unit
Interpreter Loudspeaker
In addition to the unit a number of accessories
are available like:
• Storage Boxes
• GM 6523 Gooseneck Microphone, 40 cm
• GM 6524 Gooseneck Microphone, 50 cm
• GM 6525 Gooseneck Microphone, 63 cm
• DH 6021 Delegate Headphone
• DH 6223 Stethoscope Headphone
• DH 6225 Ear Clip Headphone
For detailed instruction in how to use the above
units, please refer to the User Manuals for the
relevant products.
Conference Units and Ch. Selectors
DC 6990 P
Conference Unit (portable) with touch
screen with two built-in channel
selector, Chip-card and 5 voting
buttons, configurable as Delegate,
Dual Delegate or Chairman.
DC 6190 P Conference Unit (portable) with two
built-in channel selectors
DM 6680 P Conference Unit (portable) with voting
CM/DM 6080 F Conference Unit (flush mounted)
with built-in channel selectors
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DCS 6000 Conference Units
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General Description
The DCS 6000 Conference Units are fully digital
microcomputer controlled conference units. All units
include a DSP processor (Digital Signal Processing).
The DCS 6000 Conference Units offers full
compatibility with the DCS 6000 Digital Conference
System with the DIS CCU & EX 6010 Central and
Extension Units.
XRL socket for detachable microphone
‘Speak’ button
‘Function’ button
Built-in loudspeaker
Language selector
Voting
Chip Card reader
Touch screen
Conference Units Versions
Features
The conference units are delivered in Chairman
(CM) version, Delegate (DM) version or DC
(configurable) version and in Portable and Flush
Mounted versions.
The Conference Units offers e.g. the following
features (the features depends on the version):
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Portable Conference Units
Type
Description
DC 6190P
Portable Conference Unit
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Configurable as CM and DM
Lockable XLR microphone connector
Loudspeaker
Speak/Request button and Function button
2 channel selectors
2 headphone connectors
The unit can be configured either as a chairman or a
delegate unit. The unit comes default with a delegate
configuration.
To configure the unit the mute and the microphone
button must be kept down while pressing the left volume
up button for 10 seconds for chairman functionality or
the left volume down button for delegate functionality.
The button light guides will flash when the unit is
configured and the unit will reboot. The configuration is
stored in the unit so it recalls its configuration if it is
used in another system setup.
The left button is a function button that changes
functionality depending on the configuration. The
chairman configuration enables 'all delegates off'
functionality in the left button while the delegate
configuration enables 'mute' and ‘reply’ functionality in
the left button.
The function button can be changed to match the
current functionality by pushing the button out of the
unit from below. The new button is then simply clicked
into the unit.
The gooseneck microphone GM 652x can be locked to
the unit with a 1.5 mm hex key. The lock is accessible
from the small hole below the DIS logo on the side of
the XLR socket. Turn the hex key counter clockwise to
lock the gooseneck microphone to the unit and turn the
hex key clockwise to unlock the gooseneck microphone
from the unit.
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Description
DM 6680P
Portable Delegate Conference Unit
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Lockable XLR microphone connector
Loudspeaker
Speak/request button and Function button
Chip card reader
Channel selector
2 headphone connectors
Exchangeable buttons and button overlays
The unit comes with two standard button overlays. The
overlay to be used can be attached to the unit by
removing the paper on the back of the overlay and fixing
the overlay to the unit. Overlays with other functionality
and in other languages can be ordered as custom
overlays.
The left button is a function button that changes
functionality depending on the configuration. The
delegate configuration enables 'Mute' and ‘Reply’
functionality in the left button
The Speak/request and Function buttons can be changed
to match the local language. Remove the plastic caps
underneath the unit and insert a thin device to eject the
buttons from underneath. Insert the new button by
clicking it into the unit. Insert the plastic caps after
changing the button(s).
The gooseneck microphone GM 652x can be locked to the
unit with a 1.5 mm hex key. The lock is accessible from
the small hole to the left of the XLR socket. Turn the hex
key counter clockwise to lock the gooseneck microphone
to the unit and turn the hex key clockwise to unlock the
gooseneck microphone from the unit.
The unit can be fixed to the table top using the mounting
holes on the underneath of the unit. Drill a hole maximum
10mm deep using an Ø 2.5mm drill and use a bottoming
tap M3x0.5 to cut a thread. Fasten the unit from below
the table with a long screw that fits with the dimension
of the screw hole.
The unit has five buttons that change functionality
depending on the system status. During normal
operation the two buttons to the left change the
interpretation channels while the two buttons to the right
change the volume of the channel selector.
During voting sessions the buttons act as voting buttons
whether it is a 3-button or 5-button voting session taking
place. The voting sessions can be started from a DC
6990P (CM configuration) if the system is running in
stand-alone mode or by using the SW 6000. The buttons
can also be used for attendance check and proxy voting.
The proxy voting functionality is only available in
combination with the SW 6000.
The chip card reader is used for authentication and can
only be used in combination with the SW 6000. The chip
cards must be inserted with the chip facing downwards.
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Description
DC 6990P
Portable Conference Unit
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Configurable as CM, DM and Dual DM
3.5'' LCD color touch screen
Lockable XLR microphone connector
Loudspeaker
Speak/request button and Function button
Chip card reader
2 channel selectors
2 headphone connectors
Exchangeable buttons
Multi-language user interface
The unit can be configured as a chairman, delegate or
dual delegate unit. The unit comes per default with a
delegate configuration. To configure the unit type,
please refer to the section ‘Setup menu’.
The left function button can be configured with different
functionality. The unit comes per default with Mute
functionality. To configure the button functionality,
please refer to the section ‘Setup menu’.
The function and speak/request buttons can be changed
to match the local language and selected functionality.
Remove the plastic caps underneath the unit and insert
a thin device to eject the buttons from underneath.
Insert the new button by clicking it into the unit. Insert
the plastic caps after changing the button(s).
The user interface can be changed to support other
languages. Please refer to the ‘DCS6000 Upgrade
Manual’ for information on creating, editing and deleting
languages as well as uploading them to the DC 6990P.
The start image can also be changed to support
customised start images (other text, logo etc). Please
refer to the ‘DCS6000 Upgrade Manual’ for more
information.
The gooseneck microphone GM 652x can be locked to
the unit with a 1.5 mm hex key. The lock is accessible
from the small hole to the left of the XLR socket. Turn
the hex key counter clockwise to lock the gooseneck
microphone to the unit and turn the hex key clockwise
to unlock the gooseneck microphone from the unit.
The unit can be fixed to the table top using the mounting
holes on the underneath of the unit. Drill a hole
maximum 10mm deep using an Ø 2.5mm drill and use
a bottoming tap M3x0.5 to cut a thread. Fasten the unit
from below the table with a long screw that fits with the
dimension of the screw hole.
The chip card reader is used for authentication and can
only be used in combination with the SW 6000. The chip
cards must be inserted with the chip facing downwards.
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Type
Description
DC 6990P
Quick Start Guide
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To activate the unit:
1. Press the LCD touch screen
2. Login using code or chip card if requested
3. Navigate on the Main screen using the control
buttons
Navigate to other screens using the Menu button
Start-up screen
When the unit is powered up an initialisation and startup screen appears.
It includes the conference name if a conference has
been started in the SW 6000. It also includes a delegate
name if the conference is running with ‘prepared
delegate seat table’, ‘login using code and list’, ‘login
using code on preferred seat’ or ‘automatic login on
preferred seat’ mode.
Start-up screen with conference name
and delegate name
Press the touch screen to enter.
LOG IN
If a conference requiring chip card is running, the user
is prompted to insert chip card before being granted
access.
Login using chip card
If a conference requiring login code is running, the user
is prompted to enter the code on the touch screen
before being granted access.
Login using code
Main screen
When the user leaves the start-up screen, the main
screen appears.
It includes a combined speaker and request list with
scroll functionality.
The Menu button provides access to a Menu overview
with extended functionality.
A digital clock is available when using the SW 6000.
Three different multi-functional software buttons are
available for the CM, DM and Dual DM at the bottom of
the screen.
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The CM includes the microphone handling buttons:
• All Del Off/All Req Off (active when the indicator is
on the speaker and the request list, respectively)
• Exclusive
Next On/Mic On/Mic Off (active when the indicator is on
the first request on the request list, on the remaining
requests on the request list and on any speaker on the
speaker list, respectively)
CM Main screen
The DM includes an audio button:
• Audio
Please refer to the section ‘Audio menu’ for more
information.
DM Main screen
The Dual DM includes two audio buttons:
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Audio A (selection button for Delegate A)
Audio B (selection button for Delegate B)
• Please refer to the section ‘Audio menu’ for more
information.
Dual DM Main screen
Menu screen
When the user presses the Menu button, the menu
screen with a menu overview appears. The overview
gives access to extended functionality depending on
whether it is running stand-alone or with the SW 6000
(user type dependant):
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CM (stand-alone): Voting, Results, Audio, Logout
CM (SW 6000): Conference, Voting, Agenda,
Results, Audio, Messages, Logout
DM (stand-alone): Results, Results, Logout
DM (SW 6000): Agenda, Results, Messages,
Logout
Dual DM (stand-alone): Results, Results, Logout
CM Menu screen (SW 6000)
Dual DM (SW 6000): Agenda, Results, Messages,
Logout
DM and Dual DM Menu screen (SW 6000)
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Conference menu
The Conference menu displays the available conferences
on a list form. The CM can start and stop a conference
using the start/stop conference button.
Conference menu – start conference
Conference menu – stop conference
Voting menu
The Voting menu displays the available voting
parameters. In stand-alone four parameters are
available while with the SW 6000 all the parameters
defined in the CAA will be available.
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The CM can scroll in the list using the scroll
buttons and start a selected voting session or
attendance check.
Voting menu (stand-alone)
Voting menu (SW 6000)
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Agenda menu
The Agenda menu displays the agenda for an active
conference. The agenda is created in the CAA.
The CM can set a subject on the agenda and start a
voting session or attendance check by using the ‘Set
Subject’ and ‘Start Voting’ buttons.
By pressing the ‘Details’ button, the full agenda subject
will be displayed.
Agenda menu - no set subject
Agenda menu – set subject
Audio menu
The Audio menu contains volume and channel settings
for the channel selector.
Messages menu
The Messages menu contains messages that are sent to
the unit from a CUA (SW 6000).
By pressing the ‘Read’ button the selected message
opens up.
By pressing the ‘Delete’ button the selected message is
being deleted.
Logout menu
The Logout menu allows the user to logout and return
to the Start-up screen.
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Voting
The Voting screen is automatically displayed on all units
when a voting session or attendance check is started.
Users with voting right can cast their vote.
When used with SW 6000 the color indication in the
buttons follows the color configured in the voting
configuration in SW 6000.
CM Voting screen
DM Voting screen
Dual DM Voting screen
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Results
The Results screen is displayed on all units when a
voting session or attendance check is stopped. It
displays the latest voting or attendance check result.
CM Results screen (stand-alone)
DM Results screen (SW 6000)
Dual DM Results screen (SW 6000)
Setup menu
The Setup menu can be accessed by holding down the
scroll down button and then pressing the left push
button. It contains access to extended setup
functionality: Unit Type, Left Btn, Comm Stat, Unit
Status, Languages and Start Audio.
Unit Type
The Unit Type menu gives access to changing the unit
type by selecting the desired unit type and exiting the
menu. The unit will reboot when the unit type is being
changed.
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Left Button (Function Button)
The Left Button menu gives access to changing the
functionality of the left push button by selecting the
desired function and exiting the menu. The unit will
reboot when the left button functionality is being
changed.
The functionality of the left button can also be changed
using the CU/CCU browser.
Comm Stat
The Comm Stat menu gives access to an overview of the
communication errors. The counters should be 0 though
the Tx Retries may increase slightly during start-up and
if
two
delegates
press
their
speak
button
simultaneously.
Unit Status
The Unit Status menu gives access to an overview of the
serial number plus current firmware versions of the unit.
Languages
The Languages menu enables the user to enable the
languages that should be available as user interface
language. The user must logout and login again to see
the changes.
Start Screen Audio
Enables/disables access to the audio control buttons
from the Start-up screen
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Flush-mounted Conference Units
Type
Description
FC 6020F
Chairman Front Plate Unit
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Lockable XLR microphone connector
Loudspeaker
Speak/request button
Delegates off button
HD 15 P connector for connection to MU
4040/MU6040C
The gooseneck microphone GM 652x or GM 6622 can be
locked to the unit with a 2 mm hex key. The lock is
accessible from the small hole above the XLR socket. Turn
the hex key clockwise to lock the gooseneck microphone to
the unit and turn the hex key counter clockwise to unlock
the gooseneck microphone from the unit.
FC 6021F
Chairman Front Plate Unit
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Lockable XLR microphone connector
Speak/request button
Delegates off button
HD 15 P connector for connection to MU
4040/MU6040C
The gooseneck microphone GM 652x or GM 6622 can be
locked to the unit with a 2 mm hex key. The lock is
accessible from the small hole above the XLR socket. Turn
the hex key clockwise to lock the gooseneck microphone to
the unit and turn the hex key counter clockwise to unlock
the gooseneck microphone from the unit.
FD 6120F
Delegate Front Plate Unit
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Lockable XLR microphone connector
Loudspeaker
Speak/request button
Mute button
HD 15 P connector for connection to MU
4040/MU6040D
The gooseneck microphone GM 652x or GM 6622 can be
locked to the unit with a 2 mm hex key. The lock is
accessible from the small hole above the XLR socket. Turn
the hex key clockwise to lock the gooseneck microphone to
the unit and turn the hex key counter clockwise to unlock
the gooseneck microphone from the unit.
FD 6121F
Delegate Front Plate Unit
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Lockable XLR microphone connector
Speak/request button
Mute button
HD 15 P connector for connection to MU
4040/MU6040D
The gooseneck microphone GM 652x or GM 6622 can be
locked to the unit with a 2 mm hex key. The lock is
accessible from the small hole above the XLR socket. Turn
the hex key clockwise to lock the gooseneck microphone to
the unit and turn the hex key counter clockwise to unlock
the gooseneck microphone from the unit.
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Description
CM/DM
6080F
Flush Mounted Conference Unit
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Lockable XLR socket for DIS gooseneck microphone
DM 6080F: ‘Speak/request’ button
CM 6080F: ‘Push to talk” (priority) button
CM 6080F: “Delegate Off” button with LED
indication
Loudspeaker
Headphone connector
Channel selector
The connectors on the back on the unit (located on the
PCB) is for professional use only.
CM/DM
6680F
Flush Mounted Conference Unit
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Lockable XLR socket for DIS gooseneck microphone
DM 6680F: ‘Speak/request’ button
CM 6680F: ‘Push to talk” (priority) button
CM 6680F: “Delegate Off” button with LED
indication
Loudspeaker
Channel selector
Headphone connector
5 voting buttons
Chip card reader
The connectors on the back on the unit (located on the
PCB) is for professional use only.
DM 6620F
Flush Mounted Delegate Conference Unit
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Lockable XLR socket for DIS gooseneck microphone
‘Speak/request’ button
Loudspeaker
5 voting buttons
Chip card reader
The connectors on the back on the unit (located on the
PCB) is for professional use only.
DM 6588F
Flush Mounted Armrest Delegate Conference Unit
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XLR socket for DIS gooseneck microphone
‘Speak/request’ button
Channel selector
Headphone connector
3 voting buttons
Chip card reader
The connectors on the back on the unit (located on the
PCB) is for professional use only.
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Type
Description
MU 6040
C/D
Conference unit
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Illustration
Available in Delegate (D) and Chairman (C) versions.
The MU 6040 Conference unit is designed for hidden
installations, e.g. in an armrest, under a table or in a floor
box for use with the FD/FC series of front plates with
Loudspeaker, Microphone and Buttons or for use with the
HD 4042 Hand Microphone.
The MU 6040 is provided with a HD 15S connector for
connection of the FD/FC front plate.
The MU 6040 may also be used to switch on and off a
loudspeaker in PA system with separate amplification (e.g.
a 100V system) via an external relay.
The MU 6040 operates in the same modes as the other
units.
MU 6042D
Dual Conference unit
The MU 6042D Conference unit is designed for hidden
installations, e.g. in an armrest, under a table or in a floor
box for use with the FD/FC series of front plates with
Loudspeaker, Microphone and Buttons.
Note: The MU 6042D does not support the use of the
HM 4042 Hand Microphone.
The MU 6042D is provided with a HD 15S connector for
connection of the FD/FC front plate for use with two
delegates like FD 6012F featuring Mic On-Off/Request
buttons for two delegates.
Note: The MU 6042D operates in the same modes as
the other units except for the VOX mode.
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Description
AM 6040
Ambient Microphone
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The AM 6040 Ambient Conference unit is designed to
detect ambient noise in a conference room.
The purpose of an ambient microphone is to provide sound
from a meeting room/conference hall, when there is no
speaker/chairman active using their microphones.
The microphone should be placed in a central position in
the room, but not too close to anyone; thereby the
microphone is able to pick up sound from activities in the
room/hall (chairs being moved, paper being picked up, low
voices and so on).
Transmission of ambient noise rather than transmitting no
sound at all is a desirable feature from listeners attending
the meeting via headphones. The ambient noise indicates
to the listeners, that there is no speaking activity going on,
and this information is very nice to have, when interpreters
are doing interpretation, and the speaker stops speaking.
The AM 6040 Ambient Conference unit is designed for
installation above a recessed ceiling for connection to an
external microphone like DIS model HM 4042 or GM 652x
series of gooseneck microphones.
The AM 6040 is delivered in a shielded metal mounting box
like the MU 6040.
•
Automatic activation of the microphone, if no Chairman
or delegate units are turned ON and the LineIn Volume
(LineIn>Loudspk) is set to OFF.
•
Setting of the volume of the ambient noise audio level
on the CU 61xx.
Note: One ambient microphone can be active in the
DCS6000 system at one time.
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Microphone Functionality
Microphone functionality is a feature where
participant in a conference can use a microphone in
a DCS 6000 Conference Unit to address an
audience. The sound from a conference microphone
is called the ‘Floor’ sound.
Exclusive LED (chairman unit)
The ‘Floor’ sound can then be listened to in built-in
loudspeakers in the DCS 6000 Conference Units, in
Language selectors, in Interpreter Sets or the sound
can be feed to an external PA-system.
Pressing the Next on button turns on the first
request on the request list
The number of allowed open microphones can be
set at the CU 61xx/DIS-CCU however the sound
from all the open microphones is mixed together in
the ‘Floor’ sound.
User Controls & Indications
The following list shows the function of the facilities
for using the microphone in the units. Please note,
that not all facilities are available at all units:
Speak button (delegate unit)
Pressing the Speak button turns on the microphone
or will place the microphone in the request queue
(see ‘Operation modes’).
Lights up with an orange colour when the button
is activated however in the first release it will
light up with a red colour
Next on button (chairman unit)
Next on LED (chairman unit)
Lights up with a red colour when the button is
activated
Microphone light ring
Lights up with a red colour when the microphone
is ON. If the microphone is muted, the light in
the light ring is turned off during the time the
unit is muted
Microphone Connections
XLR microphone connector
The ‘Operation mode’ determines the functions of
this button.
The XLR microphone connector is used for
connection of GM 652x series of gooseneck
microphones. The HM 4042 Hand Microphone
can also be connected. However the button on
the hand microphone will not work.
Speak button (chairman unit)
Mini-DIN microphone connector (only “F” models)
Pressing the Speak button turns on the microphone
Speak LED
Lights up with a red colour when the microphone is
ON
Request LED
Lights up with a green colour when the microphone
is put in the request queue (see ‘Operation modes’).
Delegate off/All del off button (chairman unit)
Pressing the Delegate off/All del off button turns off
all delegate microphones
Delegate off/All del off LED (chairman unit)
Lights up with a green colour when the button is
pressed with the exception of the DC 6990P that
lights up with a red colour in the first release
Mute button
Pressing the Mute button mutes the microphone
while the button is activated without removing the
right to speak
Mute LED
No LED
A Mini-DIN microphone connector is located at
the back for connection of FD/FC front plates with
GM 65xx F series of gooseneck microphones. The
HM 4042 Hand Microphone can also be
connected.
This connecter is intended for use, where the
connection to the microphone is remotely from
the front plate, which is only on customised
units.
HD 15S connector (only MU 604x models)
The HD 15S is used for direct remote connection
of FD/FC series of front plates or Microphones
(e.g. HM 4042 or GM 652x in external outlet)
or/and microphone control buttons, LED
indicators and loudspeaker. Please refer to the
technical section for pin layout
Important: The microphone input at the
above mentioned connectors does only
support DIS microphones and do not
support other types of microphones i.e.
third part microphones.
Exclusive button (chairman unit)
Locking of the Microphone
Pressing the Exclusive button mutes all delegate
microphones
and
activates
the
chairman
microphone while the button is activated
The following units features locking of the
microphone using a tool
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When locked, the microphone cannot be removed
from the unit
DC 6990P, DC 61x0P og DM 6680P:
FD 61x0, FC 60x0 Front Plates:
Un-locking – Turn clockwise
Locking – Turn clockwise
Locking – Turn counter clockwise
Un-locking – Turn counter clockwise
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Operation Modes
System Modes
The 6000 series microphones work in different
modes - according to the settings of the system.
system. The mode is set on the CU/CCU or in SW
6000.
The “System Operation Mode” also called ‘CU mode’
determines the behaviour of the microphone
The following modes are available:
Automatic
Auto (or Automatic) mode allows for the microphone to be switched on immediately upon
pressing the Speak button.
This is indicated by a red indication in the ‘Speak’ button in the conference unit. Pressing
the Speak button again will turn the microphone off.
If the ‘Max Speakers, Delegates’ is reached, the speak request will be rejected.
Units with Chairman priority can always be turned on (a Chairman Unit is always in Auto
or VOX mode).
FIFO
FIFO is an automatic mode. The conference unit functions in the same way as in automatic
mode as long as the number of turned on delegate units is less or equal to the selected
‘Max Speakers, Delegates’.
When the maximum number is reached, the next delegate pressing the Speak button will
be put in the top of the request queue. The green ‘Request’ lamp flashing indicates this.
More delegates will be put in the request queue when they press their Speak buttons, until
the number specified in ‘Max Speakers, Delegates’ is reached. Their green ‘Request’ lamps
will light up steadily.
When one of the active microphones is switched off, the first unit in the queue is automatically switched ON, and the next delegate unit in the queue will flash with the green
‘Request’ lamp.
This mode will normally be used with the setting 1 in ‘Max Speakers, Delegates’.
Units with Chairman priority can always be turned on directly.
Manual
Manual mode features a request list, where ‘Delegates’ are inserted in a queue upon
pressing the Speak button. This is confirmed by green light indication in the Speak button
in the unit. The request can be cancelled by pressing the button again.
The microphone can be switched on from the CU/CCU browser, a PC running SW 6000
software, from the DC 6990 (Chairman unit) or from a control system like AMX or Crestron.
This will be indicated by red light in the ‘Speak’ button in the conference unit. At this point
the delegate can switch off the microphone by pressing the Speak button.
Microphones with Chairman priority will always be turned on directly.
VOX
VOX, voice activation mode, allows for the conference units to be switched on
automatically if speaking in the microphone or by pressing the Speak button.
This is indicated by a red light in the ‘Speak’ button in the conference unit. Pressing the
Speak button again will turn the microphone off.
The microphone turns of automatically after finished talking after the time defined in the
“Release Time” setting, which is normally 4 seconds. The microphone can also be turned
off by pressing the Speak button.
A Chairman Unit is always in Auto or VOX mode.
Please note, that Dual Units (like MU 6042) and units operation in a ‘Microphone
Sharing’ mode cannot run in VOX mode.
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Same as Automatic mode but includes the Reply functionality
+ Reply
Manual
Same as Manual mode but includes the Reply functionality
+ Reply
VOX
Same as Manual mode but includes the Reply functionality
+ Reply
Reply functionality
This functionality is used by a delegate or
chairman who wants to indicate that he want to
give a comment to the present speaker(s).
Most DCS 6000 conference units has a ‘Function’
button, which as default is configured with ‘Mute’
Functionality.
The functionality can be used both in Manual,
Automatic and VOX modes, but not in FIFO, where
the reply button is disabled.
When using Reply functionality, the Function
button shall be configured as ’Reply’ button in the
CU/CCU browser. It means that a user (Chairman
or Delegate) can have either Mute or Reply, but
not both.
Speak Button Lock
If a unit is in Manual or Automatic mode and
‘Speak Button Lock’ is On, and a Speak On/Off
command is issued remotely e.g. from SW 6000
or the CU/CCU browser interface - the Speak
button of the conference unit gets a lock
preventing the user from doing a counter
operation.
When a specific time ‘Lock Duration' has elapsed
the lock on the ‘Speak' button is removed.
A unit that has the ‘Speak' button lock can still be
operated by the user by doing an extended button
push defined in ‘Lock Override Time’.
The timer has the following setting options:
Lock Duration:
1-120 seconds
Lock Override Time:
1-120 seconds
The Speak Button Lock settings are available in
the CU/CCU browser.
Default is ‘Off’.
Allow Mic Off
This setting is used to prevent a delegate from
turning off his microphone.
The Allow Mic Off setting is available in the
CU/CCU browser.
Default is ‘Allowed’.
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Individual Modes (only with SW 6000)
When using SW 6000 it is possible to set individual
modes for the units.
The parameters can be set individual for each
conference unit:
Operation
Mode
Use CU mode, FIFO, Manual, Automatic, VOX, Manual+ Reply,
Automatic+Reply, VOX+Reply.
Speak Priority
Use CU mode, 5 (Chairman), 4, 3, 2 (VIP), 1(Delegate) or No
Speaking Rights
Chairman (5) is the highest priority and the microphone will
always be turned on regardless of operation mode.
In the Request list a unit with higher speak priority will be
placed before a unit with lower speak priority.
Interrupt
Ability
The Interrupt setting determines the microphone’s ability to
interrupt another speaker if the maximum number of speakers
is reached. The key is as follows:
Use CU mode
Not allowed: Cannot interrupt another speaker.
<=: Can interrupt a speaker with the same speak priority or a
speak priority which is less than own speak priority.
< : Can interrupt a speaker with a speak priority less than own
speak priority.
For most installations, the ‘Operation Mode’ for all
units is set to use the system mode ‘Use CU mode’.
It means that the operation mode for the units is
following the system modes, e.g. if the system is
running in ‘Manual mode’ the Delegates Units will
run in Manual mode.
When assigning units to run ‘Use CU modes’ the
modes are found in the following table:
Unit
Operation mode
Speak priority
Chairman
Automatic
5
<=
Delegate
Use CU mode
1
Use CU mode
VIP
Automatic
2
Use CU mode
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However for certain application, it is desirable to
assign ‘individual operations mode’, where the units
will always follow the individual mode settings
independently of the ‘System Setting’.
E.g. the following Unit functionalities can be
created:
Unit
Operation mode
Speak priority
Interrupt ability
No Speaking Rights
Does not matter
0
VIP unit
Automatic
3
<
Secretary
Automatic
2
<
Delegate FIFO
Use CU Mode
1
<=
Automatic
4
<=
N.A.
This unit will interrupts other delegates if
the ‘Maximum speaker’ are reached
Speaker stand
This unit can always turn on except if 8
units with ‘Speak priority”=5 is open
Language Selection Functionality
Language selection is a feature, where the delegate
can listen to either the floor (spoken) language or
an interpreted language.
User Controls & Indications
The units featuring language selection will include
on or two sets of the following controls and
interfaces.
Headphone Connector (Molex) (only “F” models)
A 2 pin Molex jack is located at the back for
connecting a headphone for listening to the Floor
language or one of the interpreted languages on
the following models:
•
•
•
•
Display
CM/DM 6080F
CM/DM 6680F
DM 6620F
DM 6588F
Channel buttons (two)
This connecter is intended for use, where the
connection to the headphone is remotely from
the front plate, which is only on customised
units.
The buttons are used for changing the channel
setting.
Important: The 2 pin
professional use only.
Volume buttons (two)
Normal Operation
This display is used for information purposes. This
display has built in back light.
The buttons are used for changing the volume
setting.
Headphone Connectors
Headphone Connector
(mini-jack)
A mini jack located on the front plate for connecting
a headphone for listening to the floor language or
one of the interpreted languages.
Dual headphone Connectors (mini-jack)
Some units are supplied with two mini jacks located
on the front plate for connecting a headphone for
listening to the floor language or one of the
interpreted languages.
Molex
jack
is
for
Channel Selection
Channel selection is done using the channel up
and channel down buttons. Channel numbers can
be from 0 to 31, however the indication in the
display is abbreviations of the language selected
i.e. ENG for English, SWE for Swedish.
The lowest channel (0=FLO) always carries floor
audio and all other channels carry interpreted
languages (or floor if no interpretation is
currently performed on this channel). If fewer
than 32 channels are in use only available
channels will be selectable from the channel
selector – the channels are always numbered
consecutively. Pressing the down button when
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the lowest channel number is displayed will cause
the channel selection to wrap around to the highest
available channel if the channel wrap parameter is
set.
and the step size in dB between successive levels
is globally defined using system parameters –
however setting the volume level to 0 turns the
headphone/line output off.
Holding the channel up or down button depressed
will cause the channel numbers to scroll with a
system defined start-up delay, and subsequent
smaller delay between each change in channel
position. These delays are set using system
parameters.
When a volume button is depressed the channel
display will be overridden with the current
volume (this is indicated by the black dot in the
upper left corner of the display) if the show
volume global parameter is set. The display will
continue to show the current volume level for a
preset time interval before returning to
displaying the channel information – this time
interval is also set globally using a system
parameter.
Volume Control
Volume control is done using the volume up and
volume down buttons. The number of volume levels
Voting Functionality
Voting functionality is a feature where delegates
can cast their votes to various subjects using the
DCS 6000 Conference Units.
The voting functionality is only available when the
system if expanded with a PC running SW 6000
Conference Management software with the module
‘SW 6060 Parliamentary Voting and Agenda’ or by
using the DC 6990P.
The various voting modes and voting functionality
in general is explained in the SW 6000 CAA User
Manual and in the DC 6990P section. However the
functionality directly related to the ‘Control &
Indications’ in the units is explained here.
User Controls & Indications
The units featuring voting functionality will include
the following controls and interfaces.
Yes/Present (+) button
Pressing this button casts a ‘Yes’ vote or show the
user as ‘Present’ to the system.
Abstain (0) button
Pressing this button casts a ‘Abstain’ vote.
No (-) button
Pressing this button casts a ‘no’ vote.
Yes/Present (+) LED
This yellow LED flashes alone, when the user have
to present himself to the system as ‘Present’. When
the LED flashes together with the two other
voting LED’s the user can press any of the voting
buttons to cast a vote.
Abstain (0) LED
When the LED flashes together with the two
other voting LED’s the user can press any of the
voting buttons to cast a vote.
No (-) LED
When the LED flashes together with the two
other voting LED’s the user can press any of the
voting buttons to cast a vote..
Normal Operation
Attendance check
When the yellow ‘Yes/Present (+) LED’ flashes
alone, the user can to present him to the system
as ‘Present’ by pressing the ‘Yes/Present (+)
button’.
Cast a vote
When all the yellow voting LED’s flashes, the user
can cast his vote, by pressing any of the three
voting buttons.
The user can cast his vote or change a vote as
long time as the voting session is on-going.
If the voting parameter is selected as ‘Secret’
(done in the SW 6000) the LED’s stop flashing
after the vote is caste, however the user can still
change his vote if needed.
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Chip Card Functionality
Chip Card functionality is a feature where delegates
identify themselves to the system by use of a DIS
chip-card. The Chip Card contains information like
Delegate ID, Login Code and Location ID, which the
DCS 6000 system uses to identify the user of the
Conference Unit by getting the personal details from
the database in the SW 6000.
The Chip Card functionality is only available when
the system if expanded with a PC running SW 6000
Conference Management software with the module
‘SW 6070 Chip Card Login’.
The functionality in general is explained in the SW
6000 CAA User Manual. However the functionality
directly related to the ‘Control & Indications’ in the
units is explained here.
The use of Chip Cards
This Chip Cards in use are delivered from DIS with
options for programming the following information
onto the cards:
Location ID
This is an ID related to the location of the
installation. The location ID prevents the card to be
used at other locations. All cards for one installation
shall have the same location ID.
Login code
This is the password used to log the user into the
system.
User Controls & Indications
The units featuring chip card functionality will
include the following controls and interfaces.
Chip Card reader
The Chip Card reader is used together with the
DIS Chip Cards for identifying a user to the
system. The Chip Card reader (and Chip Cards)
can only be used together with the SW 6000
software.
When in use, the Chip Card is inserted in the chip
card reader.
Chip Card LED
This LED lights yellow, if it is required to insert
the Chip Card, with the exception of the DC
6990P that does not have an LED.
When inserted the LED lights RED if the card is
not accepted and lights GREEN if the card is
accepted.
The location ID has to be entered in the
‘Setup/Equipment/Chip Card’ menu in the SW 6000
– CAA application.
Delegate ID
This ID is used to identify the user in the Delegate
database in SW 6000. Each card must have a
unique ID (1, 2, 3 etc).
The information for each delegate in ‘Delegate’ in
the SW 6000 – CAA application will also have a
unique ‘Delegate ID’ corresponding to the cards.
When a card is inserted in a conference unit, the
software will identify the user by matching the
‘Delegate ID’ in the ‘Delegate’ database with the
‘Delegate ID’ on the card.
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System Setup
DCS-LAN Connector
In addition to the connectors mentioned in the
previous section the following connectors are
available on all units:
Two RJ45 sockets are located at the back of the
units for connecting to the previous unit (an IS 6132
Interpreter set, CS 6140 Channel Selector, DM 6xxx
Delegate Unit, DC 6990 P Conference Unit or any
other unit with a DCS LAN connector) and to the
next unit.
Connect the units using Cat 5e U/FTP or F/UTP
cables. Please observe the following guide lines:
•
Maximum cable length in one chain is 200
m without repeater. This includes
interconnection cables between the units.
The max. usable cable length depends on
the units connected and length of feeding
cables etc.
•
Maximum cable length in one chain when
using repeaters is 650 m.
If the last unit in one chain is a CS 6032 Channel
Selector, this unit has to be terminated with an
external termination, as the CS 6032 does not
have an internal termination.
General Guidelines
Connect the DCS 6000 Conference Units at the
DCS-LAN connectors to the various units using Cat
5e U/FTP or F/UTP screened cables. Please observe
the following guidelines:
resulting in malfunction or degradation of the
system performance.
Typical Schematics
•
Maximum cable length in one chain when not
using repeaters is 200 m.
Please consult the CU 61xx/DIS-CCU
Manual for typical schematics
•
Maximum cable length in one chain when
using repeaters is 650 m
Starting up the System
User
For more details about cabling and maximum
number of units to connect to the DCS 6000 system
please consult the CU 61xx/DIS-CCU User Manual.
When the DCS 6000 Conference Units are
connected to a CU 61xx/DIS-CCU Central Unit
and the proper termination are made, the CU can
be switched ON.
Settings
After powering up the system, the light-ring in
DCS 6000 Conference Units will flash until the CU
identifies the unit. As soon as this happens, the
light-ring stop to flash and the unit is operational.
There are no settings to be done on the DCS 6000
conference units. The units are automatically
recognized and receive a unique address in the
system, when connected to the unique DIS digital
communication bus - the DCS-LAN.
Electrical Termination of DCS LAN Network
Before powering up your DCS 6000 system, you
must ensure that the DCS LAN Network has been
properly terminated. If the last unit in a chain is a
legacy CS 6032F the unit must have a DCS LAN
Network Termination Plug inserted in one of the two
DCS LAN Network connectors (RJ45 connectors).
If the network is not terminated properly
communication errors on the network may occur
If a unit ‘looses’ the connection to the CU, it will
start to flash until the connection is reestablished.
Adjusting LCD Contrast on Units with
Channel Selector
The contrast on the channel selector LCD display
has been factory pre-set to a viewing angle of
45˚. The contrast can be changed to a different
viewing angle through the procedure described
below.
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Get the contrast adjustment tool, which has been shipped
with your DCS 6000 Central Unit (see photo 1). A new
adjustment tool can be ordered through your authorized
DIS dealer. Order DIS p/n P0 45 00010.
Photo 1
2
Connect the CM/DM 6xxxF to the DCS 6000 Central Unit
and power up the system.
3
Wait until text appears in the LCD display and the backlight
is turned on.
4
Locate the contrast adjustment hole in the back box of the
unit (see photo 2). Units with two channel selectors have
two adjustment holes in the back box, one for each of the
LCD displays.
Contrast adjustment hole
5
Photo 2
Carefully insert the tip of adjustment tool into the
adjustment hole until the tip of the tool makes contact/lock
with the potentiometer located behind the hole (see photo
3 and 4).
Insert tip of tool
Potentiometer
6
Turn the adjustment tool until the required contrast setting
is obtained. Do not use excessive force when turning the
tool, as this will cause the potentiometer to be damaged.
7
Carefully extract the adjustment tool from the adjustment
hole.
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Accessories
The following accessories are available for use with the DCS 6000 Conference Units:
Art no
Description
GM 6523
Gooseneck
plug
GM 6524
GM 6524
Illustration
Microphones
with
XLR
The gooseneck microphones are available
in various lengths.
To be connected to the XLR microphone
connector
GM 6523 Gooseneck mic, 40 cm
GM 6524 Gooseneck mic, 50 cm
GM 6525 Gooseneck mic, 63 cm
BM 6620
Boundary Microphone
HM 4042
Hand Microphone with light ring
The HM 4042 Hand Microphone is
designed for use with the MU 6040 C/D
unit.
The microphone is equipped with ON/OFF
button, light ring as well as an indicator.
With an extension cable the microphone
can be connected to the MU 6040 to the
HD15S connector or to the XLR connector
on portable units.
If connected to the XLR connector, the
ON/OFF button as well as the indicator is
not functioning.
This indicator lights red when the
microphone is ON and green when in
request
DH 6001H
Delegate Headphone
This headphone is used with the built in
channel selector in flush mounted units.
To be connected
connector-
to
the
headphone
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Art no
Description
Illustration
DH 6021
Delegate Stereo Headphone
This headphone is used with the DR 600x
Receiver, DC 61xxP, DM 6680P and DC
6990P.
To be connected
connector.
CC 6010
to
the
headphone
Chip Card
Chip card to use with Chip Card reader
JB 6104
Junction Box
EC 6001-xx
Cat 5e Connection Cables (AWG24)
The EC 6000 series cables are used to
connect the various units in the DCS 6000
system using the DCS-LAN connector:
Type
EC 6001-.5 Connection Cable 0.5 m
EC 6001-01 Connection Cable 1 m
EC 6001-02 Connection Cable 2 m
EC 6001-05 Connection Cable 5 m
EC 6001-10 Connection Cable 10 m
EC 6001-20 Connection Cable 20 m
EC 6001-30 Connection Cable 20 m
EC 6001-50 Connection Cable 50 m
CO 6000 RJ45
terminator
DCS-LAN Termination plug
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Refer to Setup section for information in how to setup the system using the above menus.
Technical Specifications
System Specification
Digital Section
Sound quality ........... 20 bit audio @ 32 kHz sampling
frequency
Power supplied from CU 61xx / DIS-CCU / EX 6010 / PS
600x
Temperature to guarantee specified performance
Analog Section
............. 5 Deg C. to 40 Deg C. (35 to 80% humidity)
Frequency response .................................125-15kHz
Storage temperature
Signal to noise ratio: .................................>85 dBA
.......... -20 Deg C. to 60 Deg C. (10 to 80% humidity)
Total harmonic distortion: ........................... < 0.1%
Connectors
General
DCS-LAN loop through ......................... 2 pieces RJ45
Power requirement .................................24-48 V DC
Power consumption ......................................1W-3W
Specifications are subject to change without
notice.
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Connection Details
DCS-LAN Chain
The DCS 6000 system uses shielded Cat5e, Cat6
or Cat7 F/UTP or U/FTP cables with shielded RJ45
connectors.
Important: The names of Cat5/6/7 cable type have
changed.
New name
FTP
F/UTP
STP
U/FTP
UTP
U/UTP
Cat6 and Cat7 can thus only be used for feeding cables
terminating in wall outlets or patch panels.
HD15 connector
EIA 568-B wiring shall be used.
Old name
Note: Cat6 and Cat7 cables can normally only be
terminated in sockets (female) and not in cable plugs.
The HD15 connector on the MU 6040 D/C and MU
6042 has the following PIN layout:
Pin
Important: Use only F/UTP or U/FTP (shielded) cables
and shielded RJ45 connectors and not U/UTP cable,
which are unshielded.
How to wire a Cat5e (EIA 568-B) cable to a RJ45
con.:
Pin
1
Signal
Cable type
1
- Loudspeaker output
DIS type:
2
Speak 1 LED
3
Request 1 LED
#2029 or according
to the specific
installation.
4
ON/OFF 1 button input
5
Delegate OFF button /
*ON/OFF 2 button input
6
Optional input
7
+ Loudspeaker output
(8 ohm)
8
NC
9
*Speak 2 LED
Function
Connector #1
Connector #2
In-going +
ORG/WHT
ORG/WHT
10
+ lamp
+5V
2
In-going -
ORG
ORG
11
3
+48V
GRN/WHT
GRN/WHT
12
0V
4
0V
BLU
BLU
13
MIC ground
5
0V
BLU/WHT
BLU/WHT
14
+ MIC
15
*Request 2 LED
6
+48V
GRN
GRN
7
Outgoing -
BRN/WHT
BRN/WHT
* Only connected on MU 6042
8
Outgoing +
BRN
BRN
Connection of GM 652x to AM/MU 6040
AM/MU 6040 – HD 15
Important: If other color codes are used then the four
pairs are connected as follows:
Pair 2:
Pair 3:
Pair 1:
Pair 4:
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
1
3
4
7
&
&
&
&
Pin
2
6
5
8
The phase of the pairs must be correct and the
wiring spec. as stated in Cat5e (EIA 568-B) have
to be followed.
Connection of HM 4042 to MU 6040
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Comments
GM 652x – XLR 3P
Pin
10
+ lamp
4
12
0V
3
13
MIC ground
1
14
+ MIC
2
Comments
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DCS 6000 Digital Conference System
User Manual
Accessories
Cat5e Connection Cables (AWG24)
EC 6001-10 ................... Connection Cable 10 m
EC 6001-0.5 .................. Connection Cable 0.5 m
EC 6001-20 ................... Connection Cable 20 m
EC 6001-01 ..................... Connection Cable 1 m
EC 6001-50 ................... Connection Cable 50 m
EC 6001-02 ..................... Connection Cable 2 m
EC 6001-05 ..................... Connection Cable 5 m
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