2-Wire Jetphone Telephone Handset

2-Wire Jetphone Telephone Handset
2-Wire
Jetphone Telephone Handset
Manual
Document Number 500329
©Copyright 2002
International Communications Group, Inc.
200 Enterprise Drive
Newport News, VA 23603-1300
U.S.A.
REVISION HISTORY
REVISION
A
B
COMMENT
Initial Issue
Changed per ECO 1334
Incorporate WH-10 standard and modify
dwg. 9388WXY-Z per ECO 1354 & 1424
DATE
08-16-02
01-23-03
08-19-03
Table of Contents
1.0 GENERAL
1.1 Description………………………………………………………………………….
1.2 Models ……………………………………………………………………………..
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2.0 OPERATION
2.1 To place an outbound call
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2.2 Answering an inbound call…………………………………………………………
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2.3 New call……………………………………………………………………………..
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2.4 Pilot (phone installed in cabin or attendant handset)…………………………...…
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2.5 Hold……………………………………………………………………………..….
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2.6 Last number redial……………………………………………………………….…
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2.7 Speed dialing……………………………………………………………………..…
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2.8 Programming speed dial buttons and numbers…………………………………….
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2.9 ICG Jetphone with credit card reader………………………………………….…..
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2.10 Adjusting earpiece volume
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2.11 PTT switch
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3.0 INSTALLATION
3.1 Connections………………………………………………………….………..……
3.2 Wiring……………………………………………………………….…………..….
3.3 Cradle Mounting………………………………………………………………...….
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4.0 SPECIFICATIONS
4.1 Power Circuit Characteristics…………………………………………………………….………5
4.2 Telephone Circuit Characteristics
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4.3 Audio Characteristics
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4.4 Cable Requirements
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4.5 Special Features
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4.6 Applications
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4.7 Physical Specifications
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4.8 DO-160D Tests
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5.0 APPENDICIES
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.3
Drawings – Jetphone mounting directions
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Connections Diagram – 28VDC Supply
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Connections Diagram – 12VDC Supply
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Connections Diagram – 12VDC Supply (with SAT disable keys) ………………13
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
Drawing – Jetphone mounting dimension
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Connections – 28VDC Supply
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Connections – 12VDC Supply
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Connections – 12VDC Supply (with SAT disable keys
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1.0
GENERAL
1.1
Description
The ICG Jetphone, Model 938801A-B is an intelligent handset offering special features yet
replicating the convenience and simplicity of a conventional telephone. The device is an
aeronautical approved handset, favored by pilots because of its positive latching mechanism, lit
DTMF dialer and display and familiar operation. Additionally, the Jetphone has several features:
ear-piece volume control, push to talk (PTT), speed dialing, special functions keys such as redial,
new call, flash and mute that make it a versatile device suitable for many applications. Typical
applications for the Jetphone are: flight deck handset, handset for direct connection to sat-com
terminals and cabin bulkhead mount handsets. The Jetphone can be customized with special
operations buttons to provide special features as requested by the customer. It requires a standard
2-wire (tip and ring) telephone connection, 28VDC aircraft power, or operates on 12VDC when
powered from a CTU or other source.
The device is constructed out of fire retardant material with an ergonomic design that provides a
familiar feel similar to a cellular style handset. The standard handset color is black but custom
colors are available upon request.
1.2
Models
The Jetphone comes in black color in a standard configuration. However, several options are
available such as microphone muting activated by the PTT key (typically for military applications
or high noise environments), special function key printing and customized operations. The model
number for the required device is defined as follows:
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MODEL
938801A-B
938801A-C
938801A-W
938801C-B
938801C-C
938801C-W
938811A-B
938811A-C
938811A-W
938811C-B
938811C-C
938811C-W
938802A-B
938802A-C
938802A-W
938804A-B
938804A-C
938804A-W
2.0
VOLTAGE
12VDC
12VDC
12VDC
12VDC
12VDC
12VDC
28VDC
28VDC
28VDC
28VDC
28VDC
28VDC
28VDC
28VDC
28VDC
12VDC
12VDC
12VDC
COLOR
Black
Cream
White
Black
Cream
White
Black
Cream
White
Black
Cream
White
Black
Cream
White
Black
Cream
White
FEATURE
Standard
Standard
Standard
Credit Card Reader
Credit Card Reader
Credit Card Reader
Standard
Standard
Standard
Credit Card Reader
Credit Card Reader
Credit Card Reader
Sat Enb/Dsb Mod
Sat Enb/Dsb Mod
Sat Enb/Dsb Mod
CC Enb/Dsb Mod
CC Enb/Dsb Mod
CC Enb/Dsb Mod
OPERATION
The Jetphone operates similar to a standard telephone device. Functions such as initiating calls,
answering inbound calls and disconnecting calls are accomplished using familiar procedures.
Special function keys are provided to add conveniences and added features.
2.1
To place an outbound call
Remove the handset from the cradle by pressing up on the two release tabs on the side of the
handset.
Dial the destination telephone number followed by the “#” key and wait for the call to connect.
Press the “New Call” button to place a new call, or if a call is misdialed.
2.2
Answering an inbound call
The telephone handset will ring on an inbound call. To answer the call simply remove the
handset from the cradle and the calling party will be on the line.
2.3
New Call
The ICG Jetphone has a special function button labeled “New Call”. When pressed, this button
will disconnect a call in progress and after 2 seconds, provide dial tone to permit a new call. It
obviates the requirement to hang up the handset after every call.
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2.4
Pilot (Phone Installed in Cabin or Attendant Handset)
This button, when pressed, will dial the extension for the cockpit. This button operates as a speed
dial button and must be programmed with the cockpit extension to operate correctly. The button
name can be relabeled and reprogrammed to dial other extensions.
2.5
Hold
When pressed, the “Hold” button places a call on-hold and mutes the audio so no communication
is possible between the handset and the other party. To release the “hold” feature, press the Hold
button again to restore the call.
2.6
Last Number Re-dial (LNR)
The “LNR” button, when pressed, will redial the last number that was dialed form the handset.
2.7
Speed Dialing
Speed dialing is typically programmed into the user handsets. Instructions for programming the
ICG Jetphone are described below.
To dial a pre-programmed speed dialing number, press the “Speed Dial” button and enter the twodigit memory location that contains the destination telephone number that is to be dialed.
The number will be displayed on the LCD display. If this is the number to be dialed press the “#”
button and the handset will dial the destination number.
Press “3” to scroll up in the speed dial directory or press “9” to scroll down in the directory.
Pressing the “#” key will dial the number displayed on the screen at any time.
2.8
Programming Speed Dialing Buttons and Numbers
The ICG Jetphone has two facilities for storing speed dial numbers. A single button, typically
labeled, “Pilot” is used to speed dial the extension for the flight deck handset. This needs to be
programmed with the extension number assigned to the cockpit handset. The other facility is to
store up to 99 telephone numbers into the handset that can be recalled by entering a two-digit
code and then dialed.
2.8.1 Programming Pilot Button
This button is programmed as speed dialing location “99" and pressing this button will
automatically dial the digits programmed into this speed dialing address. The procedure is as
follows:
- Determine the extension number of the flight deck telephone.
- Take the Jetphone handset off-hook and press the “New Call” button.
- Once new dial tone is received, press the “Speed Dial” button.
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- Dial the two digit short code “99”.
- Dial “*” and monitor that the “New Number” prompt is displayed.
- Enter the three digit code for the flight deck extension followed by a “#”.
- Hang up the phone or press the “New Call” button.
The handset is now programmed to dial the flight deck extension once the “Pilot” button is
pressed.
2.8.2 Programming Speed Dial Locations
As mentioned up to 99 numbers can be stored for speed dialing purposes. Each number is
assigned a two digit code, example “01,02,03…99”. Programming these numbers is as follows:
- Take the Jetphone handset off-hook and press the “New Call” button.
- Once new dial tone is received, press the “Speed Dial” button.
- Dial the two digit short code that you wish to program“01, 02, 03, etc.
- Dial “*” and monitor that the “New Number” prompt is displayed.
- Enter the complete telephone number that you wish to enter including dialing prefix (1, 011, 00
as required) followed by any country code requirement, city code, telephone number, etc.
followed by a “#”.
- Hang up the phone or press the “New Call” button.
- Either hang up the handset or proceed with the next speed dialing memory location.
2.9
Jetphone with Credit Card Reader
ICG offers the standard Jetphone with a credit card magnetic stripe reader attached. This is
typically installed where outbound calls are to be billed to the caller or other account and not to
the aircraft. The operation of the telephone is as described above except that after the destination
number is dialed, the caller will be prompted to swipe a credit card through the card reader.
The procedure is very simple; simply swipe the card from top to bottom. If the card was swiped
correctly a small green LED will light. If the card was not read correctly, a voice prompt from the
CTU or network will request the card to be swiped again.
2.10
Adjusting Ear-piece Volume
A rotary roller knob located on the side of the handset permits increasing or decreasing the
earpiece volume. Turning this knob clockwise will increase the volume, turning it counter
clockwise will decrease the received audio volume.
2.11
PTT Switch
In particular models, a rocker switch on the side of the handset is available to activate the PTT
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function for special features. This function is model and application specific and can be used for
several different requirements but is typically used in applications where the microphone is muted
because of high noise environments such as helicopters. In this application, pressing the PTT
button activates the microphone and permits audio to be transmitted.
3.0
INSTALLATION
3.1
Connections
The Jetphone has a 9-pin male “D” connector that will mate to a female mating connector, which
is typically connected to a CTU system or Sat-com Transceiver. The connector signal
designations are shown in “Appendix Figure 2.
PIN
SIGNAL
TRANSCEIVER
REMARK
1
Tip Signal
Telco Connection
Min. 12VDC Loop
2
Shield
Shield
Airframe Ground
3
Ring signal
Telco Connection
600: Impedance
4
Sat-Enable
N/C
CTU Signal
5
Sat-Disable
N/C
CTU Signal
6
N/C
N/C
Reserved
7
Power 28VDC
Return
N/C
Aircraft / CTU
Power
N/C
Return 12 /
28VDC
Reserved
Power +28 /
12VDC
Aircraft / CTU
Power
Power 12 /
28VDC
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Notes
1) Sat-Enable and Sat-Disable are feed back signals displayed by the Handset LCD to present
the status of sat-com access for cabin handsets. This is a feature available in the ICG CTUs to
permit the flight crew to enable or disable sat-com access as required.
2) If 12VDC is used for phone power, the connections are the same as the 28VDC
connections.
3) The tip and ring telephone circuit is not polarity sensitive. The Jetphone will operate if
these signals are reversed. Standard telephony wiring practices prescribe that the ring signal is
always negative with respect to the tip signal.
3.2
Wiring
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ICG recommends that 22 to 26 AWG stranded wire be used. The cable should be of a type
that provides at least two twisted pairs, providing signal connections and a common ground
between the connected devices. The common ground can be the shield wires if the transceiver
device or CTU ties the signal grounds to the equipment chassis. Required signal pairs are as
follows:
Pair 1 - +12 or +28VDC
Pair 2 - Telephone Circuit (tip and ring)
3.3
Cradle Mounting
The cradle is intended to be mounted onto a bulkhead or cockpit wall. Four screws are used
to mount the cradle. Figure 1 in the appendix details the dimensions and mounting screw
locations.
Note: The screw heads must not protrude into the cradle cavity or damage to the handset may
result. The screws should be of a diameter to fit inside of the holes provided to accommodate the
screws.
4.0
SPECIFICATIONS
4.1
Power Circuit Characteristics
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
Input Voltage:
Current Requirements @ 28VDC:
Current Requirements @ 12VDC
4.2
Telephone Circuit Characteristics
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
4.2.5
4.2.6
Standard 2W Tip and Ring Loop
Loop Battery Requirement:
On Hook Resistance
Off Hook Resistance
Loop Current @ 24VDC Loop Battery
Polarity Sensitivity
4.3
Audio Characteristics
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
AC Impedance
DTMF Dialer Level
Band Pass Audio
28VDC or 12VDC
65ma.
100ma.
16VDC to 48VDC
1.2M:
260:
30ma.
Not Polarity Sensitive
600:
-3dbm0 into 600:
200Hz to 3300Hz.
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4.3.4
DTMF tone Duration
4.4
Cable Requirements
4.4.1
4.4.2
Pair
Telephone Circuit:
Power Circuit:
4.5
Special Features
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.5.3
4.5.4
4.5.5
4.5.6
Speed Dial, 99 Locations
Earpiece volume control
LNR (Last Number Redial)
New Call Button
Flash / Transfer Button
Hold Button
4.6
Applications
4.6.1
4.6.2
Flight Deck Handset
Attendant Handset
4.7
Physical Specifications
4.7.1
4.7.2
Length:
Width:
Height:
Weight:
4.8
DO-160D Tests
4.8.1
EMI / RFI Cat. M Test 21.3 Conducted Emissions
EMI / RFI Cat. M Test 21.4 Radiated Emissions
FAR 25.853 Fire Retardancy
4.8.2
80ms.
Min. 22AWG Stranded Twisted Pair
Min. 22AWG Stranded Twisted
4.5.7
4.5.8
4.5.9
4.5.10
4.5.11
Fire Retardant
Noise Canceling Mic.
LCD Display
PTT Button (4-wire)
2-wire or 4-wire Models
4.6.3
4.6.4
Bulkhead Mount Cabin Handset
Dual Mode Attendant / Coms
8.86 in. (225 mm)
2.57 in. (65 mm)
2.83 in. (72mm)
1.23 lbs. (.540 Kg)
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