Vulcan VAW16 UG

Vulcan VAW16 UG
Vulcan
IP66
(VAW16)
Installation
and
Programming Guide
Vulcan Operation
The Vulcan range of heavy duty
telephones are designed for use in
courtesy or security applications. The all
metal construction, combined with an
engineering
thermoplastic
handset
provide a durable phone capable of with
standing repeated use, by a wide variety
of customers. The Vulcan IP66 also
benefits from a dust proof and water
proof cabinet, suitable for use outdoors, in
all weathers. The water and dust proof
integrity of the cabinet is only maintained
when the door of the cabinet is closed.
Take care to ensure the cabinet door is
closed after call making. The door of the
cabinet is sprung so care should be taken
when opening or closing it.
Vulcan can be programmed to offer the
user features shown below:
pressed, to dial one of four stored
numbers.
These memory buttons can also be used in
conjunction with the off hook memory
store, so if the user lifts the handset and
does not press any button, then after a few
seconds, the number programmed into
the “off hook” memory will dial.
The four memory keys and the off hook
memory can be used in conjunction with
the twelve button telephone keypad.
Barring or Enabling the Twelve Button
Telephone Keypad
Vulcan also has a twelve button telephone
keypad (0 - 9, * and #). The keypad can be
programmed to operate in one of several
ways:
Ringer Switch
An internal ringer switch is provided with
quiet, off and loud positions (viewed from
the top to bottom). This switch can be
operated when the internal phone
assembly plate is removed from the
housing.
Partially barred or wholly barred Users
will only be able to dial certain numbers
starting with allowed number prefixes, or
all numbers can be barred from the twelve
button keypad.
The number is programmed into the “off
hook” memory store.
Using keypad barring in conjunction with
the memory stores will ensure that users
are only able to dial the numbers the
service operator wishes to permit.
the Vulcan on to a wall panel board (not
provided), or mounting post panel,
through the rear of the case. These are
secured with an H6 Hex Allen key. Make
sure the top of the box is horizontal to
ensure proper hook switch operation.
Installation
The Vulcan IP66 telephone is designed for
secure wall mounted installation on a wall
panel or a mounting post. Four mounting
holes are provided on the rear of the
cabinet. These are threaded and are
compatible with M8 x 15mm bolts.
Enabled Users will be able to dial any
telephone number from the keypad.
Remember the cost of these calls will
billed to the service operator, who pays
for the telephone line costs.
Single Number Auto Dialler
Vulcan can be programmed so that when
the handset of the phone is lifted, it will
automatically dial a pre-programmed
number (after a few seconds); like a “hot
line” telephone.
Four Memory Keys
Vulcan has four one touch memory
buttons. The user can lift the handset and
one of the four memory keys can be
Your Vulcan IP66 has been shipped with
the twelve button keypad enabled and
with nothing programmed in the memory
stores.
Line Connection
Vulcan IP66 is designed for hard wired
connection to a PSTN line, or to a
compatible analogue extension of a PBX.
It has an armoured line cable extending
from the bottom of the case, terminated in
a pluggable connector, which can be used
to connect to the extension wiring, or
discarded.
A weatherproof external
junction box should be used if the junction
box is likely to be subject to water ingress,
and the armoured cable should be
suitably sealed to the junction box.
Four black M8 x 15mm bolts (with penny
washers and spring washers) are
provided which will allow you to mount
The two wires provided on the armoured
cable should be connected to the the
telephone line pair, which will be on pins
2 and 5 of master, or extension, socket.
The polarity of the connection is not
important.
programming switch is on the PCB on the
rear of the assembly plate.
Basic Programming
Four Memory Keys and Hotdial
The memories of the Vulcan phone can be
programmed using the ringer switch and
the keypad. The ringer switch can be
accessed by removing the pin hex screws
(M6 x 10mm) which secure the phone
assembly plate.
2 Key in the number you wish to store
from the keypad. This can be up to sixteen
digits long.
3 Press the Red Key again.
4 Then press the memory key where you
would like to store this number. This can
be the Red, Yellow, Green or Blue button
memories, or key 2 for the off hook
“Hotdial” memory (a number which will
dial a few seconds after the handset is
raised, unless another key is pressed).
5 The phone will then sound “beep beep
beep” to allow another memory to be
programmed, or you can simply hang up
to end programming.
Keypad Barring
You can disable the twelve button keypad
completely, or only allow certain numbers
(starting with certain prefixes) to be
dialled. For example you might want to
bar calls to an outside line, but allow calls
to other extensions starting with a 2. There
are three prefix memories which you can
program to allow certain numbers to be
dialled which can be programmed with
three different digit sequences.
To enter programming, replace the
handset in its cradle to go “on hook” and
move then move ringer switch (on the
rear of the phone assembly plate) from its
current position.
When you raise the handset again the
handset will sound “beep beep beep” to
indicate it is in programming mode.
To enter programming, replace the
handset in to its cradle to go “on hook”
and then move the ringer switch from its
current position.
This will allow you to lift the phone
assembly plate away from the housing.
Lift it off carefully and only a short
distance as the line cable connects to the
phone assembly plate. The ringer/
When you raise the handset again it will
sound “beep beep beep” to indicate it is in
programming mode.
To program a memory store:
1 Press the Red Key (you will hear
“beep”)
To enter programming again the position
of the ringer switch must be changed
while the phone is on hook.
To clear a memory store follow the steps
above but do not enter any digits at step 2
and then go to step 3.
To program an allowed dialling prefix:
1 Press the Red Key (you will hear
“beep”)
2 Key in the number prefix you wish to
allow to be dialled from the keypad. This
can up to seven digits long.
3 Press the Red Key again.
4 Then press 5, 6 or 7. These correspond
with the three prefix memories.
5 The phone will sound “beep beep beep”
to allow another prefix memory to be
programmed, or you can simply hang up
to end programming. If you want to allow
say numbers starting with 33 but bar all
other numbers you need to enter the
digits 33 at step 2 above when
programming prefix memory 5, and enter
a * at step 2 when programming prefix
memories 6 and 7. Having set up barring
if you subsequently want to allow any
number to be dialled again simply
program one of the prefix memories
blank, that is do not enter any digits at
step 2 above when programming one of
the prefix memories 5, 6 or 7.
and available for making calls.
Reporting can be pre-set to specific time intervals
The reporting telephone number can be programmed locally
Supervisor
there a are
three
or remotelyMemories
(for models without
keypad
programming
additional
memory
stores with
which
can order)
be
details need
to be supplied
purchase
accessed
by entering
a Reporting
PIN number.
These
The optional
Standard
provides
an additional
to monitor
service affecting
faults staff
such as jammed or
canreport
be used
by security,
or cleaning
super
glued keys
faulty handsets
who
need
to or
contact
a particular
With
Standard
Reporting,
notification
faults can be emailed
telephone number as part
of theirofwork
or text to a specified person
routine.
ULTRA LOUD RINGER: A 105dBA loud ringer ensures that a
Vulcan
LC can be
even the noisiest
of environments.
For
infomation
onheard
thesein advanced
settings
The ringer can be reduced to low for quieter
and
other ways to program Vulcan
sites or turned off if required.
exchange lines, analogue PBX extensions and VoIP analogue
telephone adapters (ATA’s).
SIP: The Vulcan IP66 SIP model utilizes Grandstream 701 with a
separate PoE extractor.
SPECIFICATION:
DIMENSIONS: H 320mm x W 205mm x D 120mm
WEIGHT: 5.5kg
OPERATING ENVIRONMENT: temperature -30oC to +70oC,
humidity up to 95% non-condensing. IP66 rated. The SIP version
includes a 3m patch cable.
CERTIFICATIONS:
WEEE Compliant
ROHS Compliant
browse to:
www.vulcantelephones.co.uk
WARRANTY: 12 months Manufacturer’s Warranty
or contact Interquartz by email, or
telephone, using the contact details given
STANDARDS:
below.
DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE: In the UK
EN60950:2000
(Safety of
information technology equipment)
Unique
Serial
Number
EN55022:1998 and Am1:2000 and Am2:2003 (Information technology equipment.
Radio disturbance characteristics. Limits and methods of measurement)
EN 55024:1998 and Am1:2000 and Am2:2003 (Information technology equipment.
Immunity characteristics. Limits and methods of measurement)
TBR38 (Electroacoustic Performance)
After completing programming fix the
phone assembly plate back on the housing
with the four pin hex screws.
For SIP:
EN55022:1998 and Am1:2000 and Am2:2003 (Information technology equipment.
Radio disturbance characteristics. Limits and methods of measurement)
EN 55024:1998 and Am1:2000 and Am2:2003 (Information technology equipment.
Specification may be subject to change
Advanced Settings
There are other advanced settings which
can be programmed including:
“I’m OK” reporting which is a regular
automatic status reporting call from the
phone to let you know that the phone and
line are in good working order.
Operating Mode which can increase the
security of the phone and its resistance to
fraudulent calls. This is particularly
important if the phone is connected to a
direct exchange line.
Immunity characteristics. Limits and methods of measurement)
TCP/UDP/IP, RTP/RTCP, HTTP/HTTPS, ARP,RARP, ICMP, DNS, DHCP, NTP, TFTP,
TELNET, PPPOE, STUN, SIP (RF3261) (Supported Network Protocols)
G.711(a/u-law), G.723.1, G.729A/B/E, G.726-40/32/24/16 and iLBC (Supported
codecs)
Layer 2 (802.1Q VLAN/802.1p) and Layer 3 (Tos, DiffServ, MPLS) (Supported
Qos)
In Audio, RFC2833, and SIP Info (Supported DTMF Method)
IEEE 803.3a/f (Supported Power over Ethernet)
Interquartz UK Ltd, Pennine House, Salford Street, Bury, Lancashire BL9 6YA
T: +44 (0)161 763 3122 E: vulcan@interquartz.co.uk W: www.vulcantelephones.co.uk
Interquartz UK Ltd, Pennine House,
Salford Street, Bury, Lancashire BL9 6YA
+44 (0)161 763 3122
vulcan@interquartz.co.uk
www.vulcantelephones.co.uk
Issue 1.0, September 2013
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