User`s guide Vsoft 8.10

User`s guide Vsoft 8.10
DTMUPH-08141-EN
User’s guide
Vsoft 8.10
Emergency phones for elevators
Immeuble Le Thales A – 1 rue du Gabian - 98000 MONACO
Tel : (377) 97 97 50 00 - Fax : (377) 97 97 50 01
e-mail : micome@micome.com
Summary
EN
Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
General features. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Description of the connections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Connection of the remote speaker/microphone/LED. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Position of the jumpers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
J32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
J38 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
J44 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Wiring recommandations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Restrictions concerning the telephone line. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connection of the communication boxes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connection of several TMR (up to 4) on the same telephone line . . . . . . . . . .
Connection of the Intercom System 2003MR or 2003FL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7
8
8
Programming on site on the keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Remote programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Description of the main functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Emergency phones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Location of the call by the call center by sending the identification number by . DTMF sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Location of the call by sending of a voice location announce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Acknowledgement of the call. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Cyclical call. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Alarm filtering. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Remote control DTMF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Remote monitoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Function HSL (High Security Level). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Compliance with european codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Warranty and repairing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Programming on the keypad. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Codes arrival / departure technician. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Data sheet : Programmed parameters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
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Introduction
EN
Thank you for choosing MICOME emergency phones. The TMR® works phone line
powered or with a 12Vcc power supply and provides you reliable communication in
the event of an emergency.
This manual has been created to guide you through the installation of this unit and
provide comprehensive operating instructions. Please read the following important
information before proceeding with the installation.
After the installation, place this manual nearby the emergency phone for future
reference.
General features
The MICOME emergency phones are conceived on the idea of modularity and
adaptation. Dynamically responding to the needs of our customers, while relentlessly
pursuing solutions of the highest possible value.
> Phone line powered : doesn’t need a power
supply or battery
> 12vcc power supply allows to use the phone
in case of low telephone line and to activate
certain functions (the external 12 Vdc power
supply must absolutely be SELV* and LPS**)
> Built-in keypad allows easy programming on
site
> Remote programming also available through
the telephone line
> On every push button you can program up
to 3 numbers which will be executed in loop in
case of no answer
> 1 to 9 cycles of re-dialling
> Call location : Caller identification number is
transmitted by DTMF or by recorded 15 seconds
message with building location. This message allows also to reassure the user.
> Up to 4 emergency phones can be installed on
the same telephone line.
> Possibility to drive an external relay (optional
pack).
> Alarm filtering
> Cyclical call can be programmed (to verify installation status).
> Non volatile memory
> Works between 0°C and 60°C.
> Automatic off hook and shut off
> Electronic board RoHS compliant.
> Echo canceller
> Compliance to European norms
95/16/CE - EN81-28 - EN81-70.
> Full duplex hands-free conversation from 1 to
6 minutes
> Automatic testing of the telephone line
*SELV = Safety Extra Low Voltage – norm IEC 950
**LPS = Limited Power Source
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Description of the connections
EN
12
13
14
Caution :
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
+
3
2
1
The green/yellow
wire of the TMR
must imperatively
be connected
with a mechanical fixing to a
ground terminal.
The ground
terminal can be
used from the
inspection box on
the top of the car
or any other close
one available.
The phone has
to be grounded
BEFORE any other
connection to the
TMR.
Connector 1 (J1)
Connector RJ11 allows to connect the telephone line. Only
connectors 3 and 4 are used.
Connector 2 (J8)
Connector RJ45 for the connection of the car remote
speaker and micro (see p. 29 Connection of the remote
speaker and microphone).
Connector 3 (J9)
Allows to connect a power supply («12 Vdc» 50mA min). The
tension must be included between 11 and 14 volts.
Connector 4 (J38)
The position of the jumpers on J38 allows to configure the
type of contact of push button N°1 NO or NC (see paragraph
POSITION OF THE JUMPERS/ WIRING RECOMMANDATIONS).
Connectors 5 (J31),
6 (J41) & 12 (J35)
These inputs allow to generate default calls transmitting
DTMF frames (see paragraph DESCRIPTION OF THE
PRINCIPAL FUNCTIONS).
Connector 7 (J29)
Output HSL – its state is the result of several tests concerning
: line, remote speaker and cyclical calls (see paragraph
DESCRIPTION OF THE MAIN FUNCTIONS).
Connector 8 (J34)
Input of the alarm filtering (see paragraph DESCRIPTION OF
THE MAIN FUNCTIONS).
Connector 9 (J7)
Designed to connect the key pad for programming
(see paragraph DESCRIPTION OF THE MAIN FUNCTIONS).
Connector 10 (J32)
The position of the jumpers on J32 and J27 configures the
board of normal use of for programming mode (reserved for
the MICOME teams). (see par. POSITION OF THE JUMPERS/
WIRING RECOMMANDATIONS).
Connector 11 (JP1)
Connector for the connection of the JTAG cable allowing
the loading of the software on the board.
13 : Yellow and green LED and jumper allow to activate these LEDs
(see paragraph UTILISATION OF THE YELLOW AND GREEN LEDS).
14 : Flange allowing to connect to the ground the 0V of the PCB alimentation.
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EN
Green LED (+)
0v
Yellow LED(+)
Push button 1
0v
Loudspeaker
Push button 2
0v
Loudspeaker
Microphone (+)
0v
The connectors J4/J11/J26/J33 have no connection sense.
Connection of the remote speaker/microphone/LED
The above schema gives the
detail of the conductors used
by the connector RJ45 and
their functions.
6
7
5
4
3
2
1
Micro +
Yellow LED +
Green LED +
0V
PB 2
PB 1
Signal
8
Loudspeaker
Contact
Loudspeaker
+
5
Position of the jumpers
EN
J32 :
A jumper is connected on the connector J32.
In this case the board is in normal working mode.
J38 :
Contact of PB 1 normally open (NO) :
Two jumpers are placed vertically.
Contact of PB 1 normally closed (NC) :
One jumper is placed horizontally.
J44 :
If you want to use the LEDs on the card, the jumper J44 must be present.
If you want to use the LEDs on the remote microphone / loudspeaker connected to
the RJ45 (see schema on page 29. Or to the connector J12, take off the jumper 44.
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Wiring recommandations
EN
Restrictions concerning the telephone line
The TMR® is conceived for working with an analogical single touch-tone telephone
line with the following characteristics :
Required on-hook current :
Required off-hook current :
On-hook voltage range :
Off-hook voltage :
0mA
Min 20mA / Max 125mA
If you want to know the current on your telephone
line, see MEASURE OF THE CURRENT ON THE TELEPHONE
LINE p. 43.
24-55 VDC (nominal 48VDC)
Min 8VDC
For the connection of the telephone line to the TMR®, we strongly
recommend to use 20 AWG shielded and twisted wires. Make sure that
the shield is connected to a true earth ground at one end only. This will
minimize interference between AC/DC signals and RF.
Connection of the communication boxes
TMR® board and speaker/micro in cabin
PSTN
TMR® board on top of cabin and speaker/micro
in cabin
TMR board on top of
cabin ref : 204EU
PSTN
Communication box
on top of cabin : ref 2013
TMR with
integrated
or deported
micro and
loudspeaker
Loudspeaker /
micro
in cabin
Communication
box under cabin :
ref 2013
Communication
box under cabin :
ref 2013
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EN
Note :
The push button on the communication box under the cabin and the clock on the
keypad are connected to PB2 on the TMR®.
Connection of several TMR® (up to 4) on the same telephone line
The AUTOCOM system allows to connect up to 4 TMR® on the same telephone line.
Analogical telephone line
Cabin 1
Cabin 2
Cabin 3
Cabin 4
To activate the AUTOCOM system, it is necessary to program on each TMR its
“adress” (see paragraph PROGRAMMING ON SITE) :
B25 x with x = 1 : For the TMR® of the first cabin.
B25 x with x = 2 : For the TMR® of the second cabin.
B25 x with x = 3 : For the TMR® of the third cabin.
B25 x with x = 4 : For the TMR® of the fourth cabin.
When an incoming call arrives, all TMR® emergency phones will answer. You have to
dial the number of the TMR® you want to join (dial « 3 » to call the 3rd TMR® on the
telephone line). The other TMR® will hang up.
To avoid conflicts when several cabins try to make an emergency call at the same
time, program code C00 on each TMR® (see paragraph PROGRAMMING ON SITE).
Each TMR® will wait until the line is free before calling.
Connection of the Intercom System 2003MR or 2003 FL
This is an intercom system compatible with the TMR® allowing conversation between
the cabin and the machine room or the fire-fighter floor.
This system doesn’t disturb neither emission nor reception of calls.
Concerning the necessary wiring for the use of this intercom system, please see the
user’s guide sent with the intercom system.
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Programming on site on the keypad
Step 1
Verify if a 12Vdc power supply and/or analogical telephone line is/are
correctly connected to the TMR®.
The TMR® is powered if it is connected to a 12Vdc power supply
(connector 3 (J9) + at the left when in front of J9).
The TMR® is line powered if it is only connected to the telephone line.
Step 2
- If the TMR® is power supplied, dial directly the pin code.
If the pin code is 0000 (default setting), dial :
0• «bip», 0• «bip», 0• «bip», 0• «bip»• «bip bip bip»
EN
- If the TMR® is line powered, dial the first digit of the pin code and the bell
on the keypad. When you hear a bip, release the two buttons and dial
the three remaining digits of the pin code.
If the pin code is 0000 (default setting), dial :
0+bell• «bip», 0• «bip», 0• «bip», 0• «bip»• «bip bip bip»
Step 3
Enter all parameters you want to program.
It is not necessary to leave programming modus and enter again for
each parameter.
Step 4
Dial D when all parameters are programmed. The TMR® leaves the
programming mode and is immediately functional.
Note :
• One bip is sent each time you push a key.
• Three bips are sent when the dialled code is valid.
• Six bips are sent when the dialled code is invalid.
• The numbers (telephone number and identity number) must be confirmed by ## when you program.
• All TMR® leave our factory with a default setting for the pin code 0000. This code
can be modified (see paragraph : PROGRAMMING CODES).
If you have changed the pin code and if you loose it, it is necessary to reset the
emergency phone (*5*D). When you reset the phone, it is set again with default
setting of factory. The pin code is 0000 again.
Procedure for resetting :
If the phone is power supplied :
Dial directly *5*D -->Melody.
If the phone is line powered :
Push * and at the same time push the bell. When you hear a bip, release * and the
bell and dial *5*D -->Melody.
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EN
Remote programming
Call the emergency phone from any other phone and program the TMR® as follows:
Step 1
Dial * 9 (*• «bip», 9• «bip» • «bip»)
Step 2
Dial 0 0 0 0 (default setting) (0• «bip», 0• «bip»,
0• «bip», 0• «bip»• «bip bip bip»)
Step 3
Dial * 8 (*• «bip», 8• «bip»• «bip bip bip»)
Step 4
Enter all parameters following the table below
(see paragraph PROGRAMMING CODES)
and replace the letters A, B, C and D.
Step 5
Leave the programming with *4 (D). The TMR® sends some bips and
hangs up.
Table of equivalence programming on site/digits for remote programming :
Letter for programming
on site
Digits for remote
programming
A
B
C
D
*1
*2
*3
*4
Example :
The code for the programming on site of the loudspeaker volume is C8008 - the
code for the remote programming of the loudspeaker volume is *3 8008.
The TMR® sends one low bip each time it decodes a DTMF and one to three bright
bips when it detects a valid code.
Note :
One bip is sent each time a DTMF sequence is identified. If this should not be the
case, try again the same DTMF sequence.
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Description of the main functions
EN
- Emergency phone
• Line powered or power supplied.
• Connectors used (for an emergency call) : PB1 : J4 or 1-3 of RJ45 /
PB2 : J11 or 2-3 of RJ45 or the bell on the keypad.
• Codes to program :
You must program a 1st emergency number so that the TMR® works correctly. You
may also program a 2nd and a 3rd number on each push button :
A11 x…xx ## with x…xx the 1st number called when pressing PB1.
A12 x…xx ## with x…xx the 2nd number called when pressing PB1.
A13 x…xx ## with x…xx the 3rd number called when pressing PB1.
A21 x…xx ## with x…xx the 1st number called when pressing PB2.
A22 x…xx ## with x…xx the 2nd number called when pressing PB2.
A23 x…xx ## with x…xx the 3rd number called when pressing PB2.
A lot of other parameters can be programmed as for example the communication
time,… (see paragraph : PROGRAMMING CODES).
• Presentation :
When the closed contact is applied on one of the above connectors, the TMR® will
automatically dial the programmed number(s). If the line is busy or doesn’t answer,
the phone will dial the second, the third number and again the first and so on in
loop.
The yellow LED (J12 or 5 of RJ45) glows fix when the TMR® takes the line and twinkles
when the TMR® detects that somebody answers. The loudspeaker and microphone
are automatically activated and a «full duplex hands free» conversation is possible
during 2 minutes (default setting). Bips are sent every 20 sec. The yellow LED turns off
during the conversation if the function «Acknowledgement of the call» is activated
and if the call centre sends the DTMF sequence *7. The green LED switches on (see
details in the paragraph concerning this function).
The emergency phone will hang on automatically when arriving at the end of
the programmed communication time. The conversation can also be finished by
sending the DTMF sequence ### or 111.
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- Location of the call by the call centre by sending the identification number by
DTMF sequence
EN
• Line powered or power supplied.
• Codes to program :
B21x…xx## with x…xx the identification number of the cabin (0 to 20 digits).
C951 activates the automatical presentation of the identification number.
• Presentation :
An important function of the emergency phone is its capacity to identify itself and to
communicate the location of the call to the call center, because the calling person
could be unable to do it himself. The identification number is sent by DTMF when the
TMR® detects that the call center receives the call (the TMR® is caller) and when
the TMR® goes on-hook (the TMR® is called). The call center must have a DEC21 or a
vocal modem which is the interface between the TMR® and a PC with the software
MICPHONE. After the sending of the identification number, «full duplex hands free»
conversation is possible during the programmed communication time.
- Location of the call by sending of a voice location announce
• Line powered (if the telephone line is strong enough) or power supplied.
• Codes to program :
C97..»msg»..# where «msg» is the message to record with the microphone of the
TMR® (0 to 15 sec). Press C98 to listen to the recorded message.
C933 activates the sending of the message on the line and in the cabin.
C932 activates the sending of the message on the line.
C931 activates the message in the cabin.
• Presentation :
The TMR® can communicate the location of the call by sending a voice message (0
to 15 sec) with the address of the cabin. The message will be played automatically in
the cabin and/or on the line as programmed.
• Note :
The message can also allow to reassure or ask the user of the lift to be patient.
The message is not played if the emergency phone is line powered and if the line is
not strong enough (20mA). In this case a 12Vdc power supply would be necessary.
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- Acknowledgement of the call
EN
• Line powered or power supplied.
• Codes to program :
B31 activates the function Acknowledgement of the call.
B7x where x represents 15 seconds. x x 15sec is the period between the acceptance
of the call by the call centre and the dialling of another number if *7 isn’t sent.
Default setting is x=3, that means a period of 45 seconds.
A31x…xx## where x…xx is the number dialled at the end of the alarm (0 to 19
digits).
C921 for sending the information “end of alarm” by PB2 (default setting) or
C920 for sending “end of alarm” by dialling the technician code (1111 default
setting) without entering in the programming mode with the pin code.
•Presentation :
The principal function of the acknowledgement of the call by the call centre is to set
the emergency phone in alarm modus and to inform a hearing impaired person that
he is in conversation with the call centre (European norm EN 81-70). If this function is
activated, the call centre sends the DTMF sequence *7. The yellow LED turns off and
the green LED switches on. If the call centre doesn’t send *7, the TMR® will dial the
second, the third programmed number, again the first… in loop (default setting : two
times).
When the call centre sends *7, the TMR® is in alarm mode. At this moment the alarm
filtering gets inactive (see paragraph concerning this function) and the green LED
keeps switched on (if the TMR is 12Vcc power supplied) until the sequence « end of
alarm » is sent to the DEC21 or the modem by the technician when he has freed the
trapped persons (by entering his code or by pushing PB2).
The sequency “end of alarm” can be sent remotely :
CAUTION : MODIFIED PROCEDURE
Dial as follows on your remote telephone :
* - 9 - code PIN (default setting 0000) - * - 8 - * - 2 - 3 - 1- * - 4
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- Cyclical call
EN
• Only when power supplied.
• Codes to program :
A32x…xx## where x…xx is the telephone number (0 to 19 digits) dialled by a cyclical
call.
B21x…xx## where x…xx is the identification number (0 to 20 digits).
C402 to activate the cyclical call with data exchange with the distant equipment
and automatic hang up or C403 to activate the cyclical call without answer of the
distant equipment but detection of the Caller ID – in this case, the distant equipment
must decode the information transmitted by the network in frequency modulation
FSK - or C404 to activate the cyclical call with answer. The sequence to hang up
### or 111 must be sent by the distant equipment.
C41xxxx where xxxx is the time between two cyclical calls (in minutes).
Ex 1440 = 1440 minutes = 24h (0000 to 4320 means 3 days).
C47xx where xx is the mowing forward of the first cyclical call in hours. Ex : if it is 12:00
and you enter 05, the first cyclical call will be sent at 17:00.
•Presentation :
This function allows to check periodically the state of the emergency phone.
A remote device is required to read the different emergency calls or cyclical calls
sent by the TMR® : a DEC21 or a vocal modem.
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- Alarm filtering
EN
• Line powered or power supplied.
• Codes to program :
C961 to activate the function (default setting of
the TMR®) or C962 to activate the function and the
observation of status change of this input. In this case,
the alarm filtering is deactivated after 3 minutes if no
status change has been observed, and reactivated
when a new status change is detected.
• Used connector : 8 (J34).
• Presentation :
This function allows to avoid emergency calls in certain
situations. J34 must be connected to a dry contact.
When the contact is open (in case of emergency :
lift stopped between two floors, at the floor but doors
closed,…), the call is sent. When the contact is closed
(normal activity), the call is not sent.
This contact can be controlled by the lift controller.
Caution : this contact must not be grounded.
- Remote control DTMF
• Line powered and power supplied.
• Codes to program :
None. Verify that the function remote monitoring is
not activated because this function uses the same
connector. These two functions are incompatible. C480
to deactivate the function remote monitoring.
• Used connector : 12 (J35).
• Presentation :
This function allows to remote control two outputs (1
and 2). During a vocal communication, dial *1 so that
output 1 (1-2 of J35) passes to 3,3V during 2 seconds or
*2 so that output 2 (3-2 of J35) passes to 3,3V during 2
seconds.
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- Remote monitoring
EN
• Only power supplied.
• Codes to program :
C481 to activate the function.
A31x…xx## where x…xx is the telephone number
(0 to 19 digits) when sending a default.
B21x…xx## where x…xx is the identification number
(0 to 20 digits).
• Used connectors : 5 (J31), 6 (J41) et 12 (J35).
• Presentation :
These inputs are used to control the dry external
contacts (default relay of the lift controller or others). 12
When the contact closes, the TMR® sends a call
and transmits the corresponding DTMF sequence
to indicate a default of the lift.When the contact
opens again, the TMR® sends a call and transmits the
corresponding DTMF sequence to indicate the end
of the default. These information are received by the
modem or a DEC21 and are analysed by the software
MICPHONE.The connector J35 allows to control two
contacts (the 1st contact is connected to the pins 1
and 2 and the 2nd to the pins 2 and 3. These contacts
have common the pin 2). A short status change
(10<t<50ms) on input 1 is necessary to detect a status
change on input 5 or input 6.
5
6
Caution : these contacts must not be grounded.
• Note :
When the function remote monitoring is activated,
the TMR® detects eventual decreases of the tension
on the power supply and sends a call with the
corresponding DTMF sequence. The same procedure
when the tension is normal again. The minimal value is
approximately 9,5V.
• List of indicated codes on reception software :
Input 1 : Contact closing à 1700(A), Contact opening à 1700(D).
Input 2 : Contact closing à 1800(A), Contact opening à 1800(D).
Input 5 : Contact closing à 5500(A), Contact opening à 5500(D).
Input 6 : Contact closing à 5600(A), Contact opening à 5600(D).
Valim. : Valim<9,5V à 4600(A), Valim>9,5V à 4600(D).
After a call à 0902(A)
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- Function HSL (High Security Level)
EN
• Only power supplied.
• Codes to program :
C31 to activate the function (test of the current on the
line) or C32 to activate the function (test of the dial tone
on the line).
A31x…xx## where x…xx is the telephone number (0 to 19
digits) dialled to send a default information.
A32x…xx## where x…xx is the telephone number (0 to 19
digits) dialled for a cyclical call.
B21x…xx## where x…xx is the identification number (0 to
20 digits).
C402 to activate the cyclical call with data exchange
with the distant equipment and automatic hang up or
C403 to activate the cyclical call without answer of the
distant equipment but detection of the Caller ID – in this
case, the distant equipment must decode the information
transmitted by the network in frequency modulation
FSK - or C404 to activate the cyclical call with answer.
The sequence to hang up ### or 111 must be sent by
the distant equipment.C41xxxx where xxxx is the time
between two cyclical calls (in minutes). Ex 1440 = 1440
minutes = 24h (0000 to 4320 means 3 days).C47xx where xx
is the mowing forward of the first cyclical call in hours.
Ex : if it is 12:00 and you enter 05, the first cyclical call will
be sent at 17:00.
• Used connector : 7 (J34).
• Presentation :
HSL is the analysis of the result of several tests concerning
the telephone line, the remote speaker/micro and the
cyclical calls.
The Output HSL presents a contact NC (Rmax=35 OHm,
Vmax=350V, Imax=120mA) which opens when :
-the telephone line disappears,
-the remote speaker/micro is out of service (the TMR®
makes a call and sends a DTMF sequence with the code
0901(A),
-the cyclical call doesn’t arrive twice consecutively (the
TMR® sends a call, if possible, and the DTMF sequence
with the code 0902(A).When all tests are o.k. again, the
output HSL closes and code 0902(D) is sent.
The telephone line is tested every hour, the remote
speaker/micro is tested before every cyclical call and the
cyclical calls are sent as programmed.
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Compliance with european codes
EN
This equipment has been tested and found compliant with the following codes :
• Standard relative to telecommunication
EN 55022 de 1998
Emission RF
EN 55024 de 2001
Immunity
89/336/EEC
Directive EMC
99/5/EEC
Directive R&TTE
EN 300386 v1.3.1
Directive low tension
EN 60950-1 de 2001
73/23/EEC
TS 103 021 – 3
Security
Compliance with the network
• Lift Standard
95/16/CE
EN 81-28
EN 81-70
EN 627
• Environment standard • Certifications
Waranty and repairing
For all technical problems or questions concerning the warranty of the repairing of
this equipment, please call :
MICOME
Immeuble Le Thales A
1 rue du Gabian
98000 MONACO
Phone : +377 97 97 50 00
Fax : +377 97 97 50 01
E-mail : micome@micome.com
If the installation of the TMR® interferes with the telephone network, the operator
could ask you to uninstall the TMR® until the problem is resolved.
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EN
Programming on keypad
KEYPAD
DEFAULT
CODE
VALUE
BIP
INITIALISATION OF THE
PARAMETERS
*5*D
Mélody
FUNCTION
ENTER IN
PROGRAMMING
0000
3
DATA TO ENTER
MEASURE OF CURRENT ON THE TELEPHONE LINE : enter in programming (0000),
dial * on the keypad and count the numbers of bips sent by the TMR:
1 bip = the current on the telephone line is
between 10 and 20 mA
4 bips = the current on the
telephone line is between 30
and 40 mA
2 bips = the current on the telephone line is
between 10 and 20 mA
5 bips = the current on the
telephone line is between 40
and 50 mA
3 bips = the current on the telephone line is
between 20 and 30 mA
6 bips = the current on the
telephone line is between 50
and 60 mA
VALID
BIP
CONFIRM
BIP
CAUTION!
If during the test you hear only 1
or 2 bips (current < 20 mA), the
TMR® will need a power supply.
TELEPHONE NUMBERS / VALIDATION OF THE PUSH BUTTONS
19 digits max (0 to 9) «A»
for the pauses
1st number
A 11
-
1
Telephone number or # to
delete recorded number
#
2
#
3
2nd
number
A 12
-
1
Telephone number or # to
delete recorded number
#
2
#
3
3rd number
A 13
-
1
Telephone number or # to
delete recorded number
#
2
#
3
1st number
A 21
-
1
Telephone number or # to
delete recorded number
#
2
#
3
2nd
number
A 22
-
1
Telephone number or # to
delete recorded number
#
2
#
3
3rd number
A 23
-
1
Telephone number or # to
delete recorded number
#
2
#
3
Number for sending of
defaults and “end of
alarm”
A 31
-
1
Telephone number or # to
delete recorded number
#
2
#
3
Number used for cyclical calls
A 32
-
1
Telephone number or # to
delete recorded number
#
2
#
3
Validation of push
button 1
C151 x
x = 1
3
x:[0;1]
x = 0 PB not connected
x = 1 PB connected
Validation of push
button 2
C152 x
x = 1
3
x:[0;1]
x = 0 PB not connected
x = 1 PB connected
1st push
button
2nd push
button
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FUNCTION
KEYPAD
DEFAULT
CODE
VALUE
EN
BIP
DATA TO ENTER
VALID
BIP
CONFIRM
BIP
#
2
#
3
ADJUSTMENT OF VOLUMES
Loudspeaker volume
C 8 0 xx
xx = 08
3
xx:[00;19]
x = 0 0 minimum
x = 1 9 maximum
Microphone sensitivity
C81x
x = 0
3
x:[0;2]
x = 0 minimum
x = 2 maximum
Balance microphone/
loudspeaker
C 8 2 xx
xx = 11
3
xx:[05;14]
x = 0 5 minimum
x = 1 4 maximum
DIALLING / REDIALLING
Pushing time on push
button
C18x
x = 1
3
x : [ 1 ; 3 ] pushing time in
seconds
Dialling after dial tone or
after 3 seconds delay
C0x
x = 1
3
x:[0;1]
x = 0 dial after dial tone
x = 1 dial after 3 sec. delay
Number of rings before
next telephone number
C 3 5 xx
x = 08
3
xx : [ 01 ; 12 ]
Number of re-dialling
cycles
C02x
x = 2
3
x : [ 1 ; 9 ] number of
redialling cycles
x = 0 re-dialling cycles = 99
IDENTIFICATION OF THE CALL
Identification code
Simple telephone or use
with DEC (sending of
identification code)
B21
-
1
Identification on 20 digits
max or # to delete
recorded code
C95x
x = 0
3
x:[0;1]
x = 0 simple telephone
x = 1 use with DEC
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF THE CALL
Function acknowledgement of the call
for answer phones or
message boxes
B06x
x = 0
Acknowledgement of
incoming call by call
centre, acknowledgement EN 81-70
B3x
x = 0
Programming of the
period between acceptance of incoming call
and dialling of another
number if *7 is not sent to
the TMR®.The period is x
15 seconds.
B7x
x=3
Using technician code or
PB2 to send sequence «
end of alarm »
C92x
x = 1
3
x:[0 ; 1]
x = 0 normal function
x = 1 acknowledge active
3
x:[0;1]
x = 0 Normal function
x = 1 Acknowledge of
incoming call by call
centre sending DTMF
sequence *7
x : [ 1 ; 9 ] 15 to 135 sec
(9x15)
3
x:[0;1]
x = 0 technician code
x = 1 using PB2
20
FUNCTION
KEYPAD
DEFAULT
CODE
VALUE
c 20 x
x=2
EN
BIP
DATA TO ENTER
VALID
BIP
#
3
CONFIRM
BIP
END OF COMMUNICATION
Programming of the
communication time
To hang up the TMR®
before the end of the
programmed communication time, wait for 1st
bip and than dial :
3
x : [ 1 ; 6 ] from 1 to 6 minutesx = 0 communication
time = 60 minutes
###
or
111
USE OF VOICE LOCATION ANNOUNCER
Record of the message
C97
-
Listening of the message
C98
-
Sending of the message
C93x
x = 0
Time = 15 seconds
maximum
3
3
x = 0 no message
x = 1 message in the cabin
x = 2 message on the line
x = 3 message on the line
and in the cabin
SEVERAL TMR® ON THE SAME TELEPHONE LINE (UP TO 4)
Autocom system
B25x
x = 0
3
x = 0 One TMR on the line
x = 1 First TMR
x = 2 Second TMR
x = 3 Third TMR
x = 4 Fourth TMR
ALARM FILTERING
Alarm Filtering
C96x
x = 1
3
x:[0;1]
x = 0 No filtering
x = 1 alarm filtering
x = 2 alarm filtering and
control of the status
change of this input minimum every 3 minutes
REMOTE MONITORING
Remote monitoring
C48x
x = 0
3
x:[0;1]
x = 0 remote monitoring
not active
x = 1 remote monitoring
active
CYCLICAL CALL
Programming
C40x
x = 1
3
x: [1 ; 4]
x = 1 No cyclical call
x = 2 Cyclical calls with
exchange of frames
x = 3 Cyclical calls without
communication (detection
of caller ID)
x = 4 Cyclical calls with
answer of distant equipment and sending of DTMF
sequence to hang up
(### or 111).
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EN
KEYPAD
DEFAULT
CODE
VALUE
Interval between each
cyclical call (in minutes)
C41
xxxx
Moving forward of the
first cyclical call in hours
C 4 7 xx
Modification of the pin
code
C90
xxxx
xxxx
= 0000
2
Modification of the
technician code
C91
xxxx
xxxx =
1111
2
FUNCTION
BIP
DATA TO ENTER
VALID
BIP
CONFIRM
BIP
xxxx =
1440
3
xxxx = 0000 to 4320
(3 days)
x x = 00
3
xx = 00 to 24
x : [ 0 ; 9 ] pin code with
4 digits
#
2
#
3
x : [ 0 ; 9 ] technician
code with 4 digits
#
2
#
3
MODIFICATION OF THE SECURITY CODES
VARIOUS
Automatic off hook
when calling back the
cabin
C7x
x = 1
3
x:[0;1]
x = 1 automatic off hook
x = 0 no automatic off hook
x = 2 no automatic off
hook during the next 3
minutes
3
Important for UK market
3
xx : [ 00 to 19 ]
Important for UK market
3
Important for UK market
Code to use if the TMR
doesn’t go off hook
automatically in case of
call back
C391
Number of rings before
automatic off hook when
calling back the cabin
C6xx
Analysis of the double
frequency of the British
Telecom network
C381
Increase the sensitivity
for detection of DTMF
sequence
C33x
x=1
3
x:[0;1]
x = 0 standard detection
x = 1 increase the sensitivity for detection of DTMF
sequence
Blinking of the yellow
LED when the TMR® is in
voice mode
B22x
x=1
3
x:[0;1]
x = 0 No blinking of the
yellow LED
x = 1 Blinking of the yellow
LED
xx = 01
Activation of the HSL
analysis : the output
HSL (NC) when the line
disappears, if the speaker/micro is damaged
or if two cyclical calls
haven’t been received.
C3x
x=0
3
x:[0;2]
x = 0 Analysis HSL inactive
x = 1 Analysis HSL active
/ Test of current on line
(1/hour)
x = 2 Analysis HSL active
/ Test of dial tone on line
(1/hour)
Detection of line break
down >200ms («Break»)
C5x
x=1
3
x:[0;2]
x = 0 no detection of
break
x = 1 detection of break
LEAVING
PROGRAMMING
D
3
CAUTION : the settings C381, C391 and C601 are very important for the UK market.
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Codes arrival / departure technicien
EN
During the maintenance of the lift, it is possible to trace the work of the technician :
Type of mission
Maintenance
Removal of
breakdown
Modernisation
Stopping/ Start up
Five-year control
Audit
Indicated code on
software MICPHONE
(A) : Arrival
(D) : Departure
Arrival / Departure
Code to dial
after entering in
programming
Arrival
PIN Code + 0000
3100(A)
Departure
PIN Code + 1111
3100(D)
Arrival
PIN Code + 2222
3101(A)
Departure
PIN Code + 3333
3101(D)
Arrival
PIN Code + 4444
3102(A)
Departure
PIN Code + 5555
3102(D)
Arrival
PIN Code + 6666
3103(A)
Departure
PIN Code + 7777
3103(D)
Arrival
PIN Code + 8888
3104(A)
Departure
PIN Code + 9999
3104(D)
Arrival
PIN Code + 1234
3105(A)
Departure
PIN Code + 4321
3105(D)
Arrival
PIN Code + 6789
3106(A)
Departure
PIN Code + 9876
3106(D)
Arrival
PIN Code + 5678
3107(A)
Departure
PIN Code + 8765
3107(D)
These codes are sent during a call, as soon as the technician has composed the
corresponding code.
Note :
The arrival codes deactivate the alarm filtering and the remote monitoring.
The departure codes reactivate the alarm filtering and the remote monitoring.
The yellow LED switches when an arrival code has been pressed and turns off 3
minutes after having pressed the departure code.
There must be 5 minutes minimum between the arrival and the departure of the
technician.
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Data sheet : programmed parameters
EN
1- Dial 0 0 0 0 if the TMR is 12Vdc powered.
Dial 0 + bell and 0 0 0 if the TMR is line powered.
2- Enter the codes to program. See following board.
3- Press D to leave programming.
A11-->
Number 1 on the PB in the cabin :
-->#-->#
A21-->
Number 1 on the bell on the TMR :
-->#-->#
A31-->
Number for the sending of the defaults :
-->#-->#
A32-->
Number for the cyclical calls :
-->#-->#
B21-->
Identification number :
-->#-->#
C80
Volume LS from 00 to 19 (08)
C81
Volume Microphone from 0 to 2 (0)
C35
Number of rings before next number from 00 to 12 (08)
B3
Acknowledgement for calls 0 = deactivated or 1 : active (0)
C92
Mode end of alarm 0 : technician code or 1 : PB 2 (1)
C20
Communication time from 1 to 6 minutes (2)
C93
Sending of message 0 : deactivated, 1, 2 or 3 : active (0)
B25
Mode Autocom 0 : deactivated 1, 2, 3 or 4 : active (0)
C96
Alarm filtering 0 : deactivated or 1 : active (1)
C48
Remote monitoring 0 : deactivated or 1 : active (0)
C40
Cyclical call 1 : deactivated 2, 3 or 4 : active (1)
C41
Time between 2 cyclical calls in min. (1440)
C90
-->#-->#
PIN Code (0000)
C91
-->#-->#
Technician code (1111)
Various
Observations
Remarques :
· The default values are indicated in brackets.
· For more details concerning programming see paragraph PROGRAMMING ON SITE
· The complete list of programming codes see paragraph PROGRAMMING ON THE
KEYPAD
MICOME thanks you for your trust. For any information, please do not hesitate to call us.
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