DS16 OPERATIONS MANUAL

DS16 OPERATIONS MANUAL
DS16
OPERATIONS MANUAL
CRISIS ALERT
Direct Select Annunciator
16 Button
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DS16
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION.........................................................................................................................5
INSTALLATION......................................................................................................................5
INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................5
OPERATION ..........................................................................................................................7
CONFIGURATION......................................................................................................................9
HELP................................................................................................................................10
CRISIS ALERT
DS16
SUBSTATION
SUBSTATION
SUBSTATION
RM5000
(CB901)
SUBSTATION
VOICE/POWER
PC
AA916
LOG
PRINTER
AA916
DNA100
NODE 2
PRINTER
(DNA100)
NODE 3
DXC910
(DXC901)
NODE 0
DAD104
NODE 1
1 PAIR RS485
PACKET SWITCHED
LOCAL AREA NETWORK
MAX 8 NODES
2002/11/5
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INTRODUCTION
The DS16 can be interfaced to the Crisis Alert Network for the purpose of handling incoming and outgoing calls
associated with one of the Crisis Alert master stations.
Each DS16 must be assigned to a master station in the RM5000EX or CB901EX (the same way as when using
DAD104).
INSTALLATION
INTRODUCTION
The DS16 operates on +24 VDC. It can be powered from the central exchange or can be powered locally by a
separate 24 VDC regulated power supply.
The recommended cord is the BF640A to connect the DS16 to the RJ45 network jack, KB171. Cords and jacks
must be ordered separately.
One modular jack is provided at the back of the DS16. Use modular cables with straight through pin
configuration only! An 8-pin (RJ45) modular jack (KB171) and cord (BF640A) are required for connection to
the network.
PIN# - DESIGNATION
1 - No connection.
2 - +12 VDC power input
3 - Data + (positive)
4 - No connection.
5 - No connection.
6 - Data - (negative)
7 - -12 VDC power input
8 - External Alarm.
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The maximum total network length is 7000 feet. A unshielded twisted pair cable should be used for the data pair
(24 or 22 AWG).
Connect the DATA pair from the network to pins 3 and 6 of the RJ45 wall jack maintaining polarity of the pair.
If a remote power source is being used, the negative side of the supply must be referenced to Earth Ground, as
well as, the CB901/RM5000 power supply.
Clear Memory: Set DIP switch SW2 1-8 to off . Push RESET. Master light will start to flash when done.
Set Network and Node Address. Push Reset. The DS16 is now ready to be configured.
Preset Memory: Set DIP switch SW2 1-8 to on . Push RESET. Master light will start to flash when done.
Set Network and Node Address. Push Reset. The DS16 now has buttons 1-8 configured for call numbers 11-17.
DIP switch SW2 is used to set the address of the DS16. See SETTING NETWORK ADDRESS of Chapter A -NETWORK for
a full description for setting addresses, as well as, an addressing chart.
SWITCHES
SW1 Reset. Creates a local reset for this node only.
SW2 Node & Network Address
L.E.D.’s
RUN -
Indicates the local processor in the DS16 is running. Will illuminate after power up or
reset.
MAST -
Will light steady if this node is the master on the network. There can only be one master on each
network. On power up, each device waits for a response from a master. If no response is received,
then this device will take over as a master. Therefore, the first device powered up will be the
master.
TX
-
Transmit data to the Network. Will flash when the DS16 sends data out on the Network. If the
Master LED is on, the TX LED will flash constantly. When the Master LED is off, TX will only flash
when transmitting to other devices.
RX
-
Receive data from the Network. Will flash when data is transmitted from another device to the
network. If the Master LED is on, the RX LED will flash when other devices
respond to scanning
from the Master. When the Master LED is off, the RX LED will flash
constantly.
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DS16
OPERATION
DIRECT SELECT BUTTONS
The DS16 has 16 buttons used for receiving or placing calls. Each button has a staus light.
The buttons are addressed in HEX from 0 to F.
Button 0 is upper left and button F is lower right. Call numbers may be programmed to buttons 1-F.
After a call button is programmed it can be used for answerring or placing a call to the programmed call number.
Button 0 is used for answering calls from call numbers that have not been programmed to any of the buttons,
and the call number of the calling station will displayed on the four digit numeric display.
FEATURE BUTTONS
The DS16 has 4 buttons used for call handelling.
P:
Park
X:
Cancel
R:
Remote control
BLANK: Not used
2
1
Index paper
Call Status Lights (16)
3
Answer key
4
Direct Select keys 1-7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
4
Direct Select keys 8-15
8
Clock
Transfer status
Call Number
10:37
6
P
Park key
R
X
5
Remote control
key
7
Cancel key
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STATUS LIGHTS
Blinking Orange:
Solid Red:
Blinking Green:
Blinking Orange:
Blinking Red:
Solid Green:
Solid Orange:
Flashing Orange:
Incoming Call or Alarm
Logged Off
Logged Inn
Incoming Call or Alarm
Incoming Fault
Call or Alarm or Fault has been answered on this DS16.
Call or Alarm or Fault has been answered by another station.
Parked (on hold)
LED/KEY TEST
The test program is accessed with the following key sequence:
P-R-P-R
All lights turn on for the direct select keys Red+Green=Orange and 88:88 in the display.
When one of the Direct select keys is pushed the corresponding light turns Green,
and all the other lights turn Red.
If no keys are pushed for 10 seconds the DS16 returns to normal operation.
OPTION MENU
The menu is accessed when pushing the blank key while in LED test mode.
Direct select 0-6 are used for selecting menu options.
0-Adjust Year
1-Adjust Month
2-Adjust Day
3-Adjust Hour
4-Adjust Minute
5-Adjust Second
6-Enable/Disable Time Display
Blank key = Increment
Park key = Decrement
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DS16
CONFIGURATION
One DNA100 is used as a programming interface to the DS16. The DNA100 has one RS232 port
for connection to a PC running PROCOM+.
The DNA100 sets up a link between the PC and the DS16 on the RS485 network. The Configuration is
done from the PC and the information is stored in battery RAM in the DS16. When the system is first
installed the RAM must be reset before the system is configured (described earlier in this section).
After configuring the system the DNA100 may be removed.
SYNTAX
TYPEFONT
boldface typecr
Courier font
indicates user input
indicates output
COMMAND
The command consists of a command word plus one or more parameters.
The command may be entered on one line with the parameters separated by spaces.
>command par1 par2 par3cr
The command may be entered in prompt mode with parameters separated by carriage return. The
prompt will indicate what type of parameter value is required.
>commandcr
Prompt>par1cr
Prompt>par2cr
Prompt>par3cr
>
PROMPT
< >
$
..
*
/
Angle brackets enclose input parameters.
Hexadecimal value (default is decimal).
Range of values may be entered.
Periods indicate that only ONE value is required from the range of values.
Wild card means all values in a range of values.
Optional input selection separator.
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ERROR HANDELING
Misspelled command input will give the following error message:
Unknown Command
Parameter errors will print ERROR: and then prompt for the parameter again.
HELP
Help lists all help commands in the Configuration program. Type HELP, H or ?.
>HELP cr
DS16
======
H
?
LCN
LBA
SCN
BAK
RST
>
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Command Summary:
=======================
Help
Help
List Call Numbers
List Pushbutton Address
Set Call Numbers
Backup
Reset
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CALL NUMBERS
All intercom stations are assigned call numbers in the Ring intercom central exchange.
The DS16 interface assigns a Push Button Address to each of the intercom call number for the external
device. This assignment is stored in the DS16 and may be listed with the command LCN from the PC
connected to the DNA100.
The call number may be 2,3 or 4 digit decimal.
The Push Button address is 1 digit HEX.
The Button may be removed from a a call number by entering 0 as the address.
>LCN cr
Call Number <1-9999/*> : 10-20 cr
Intercom
Button
NetSub
Call Number Address Address
============ ======== =======
11
1
801
12
2
802
13
3
803
14
4
804
>
Note! The NetSub is the Network Address and Line Equipment Number of
the intercom station. This information is used for testing only.
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BUTTON ADDRESS
Assign a Push-Button to an intercom station.
PROGRAMMING
The following commands are used for this feature.
SBA
Set Button Address
LCN
List Call Number
Example: Set call number for intercom 11 to button address 1.
>SCN cr
Call Number <1..9999/*> : 11 cr
Button Address <0..2F> : 1 cr
>LCN cr
Call Number <1-9999/*> : 11 cr
Intercom
Button
NetSub
Call Number
Address Address
============ ======== =======
11
1
>
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BACKUP
Backup generates all programming commands required to restore the configuration of the DS16.
These commands may be downloaded and stored in a file on the PC. This file can then be uploaded to
restore the configuration of the DS16
PROGRAMMING
The following commands are used for this feature.
BAK
Backup
Example:
>BAK cr
Call Number <1..9999>/*>: *cr
!
!
BACKUP START: 2012/04/23
!
! DS16 VERSION: 2012/02/21
!
SCN 11
1
SCN 12
2
SCN 13
3
SCN 14
4
!
! END OF TRANSFER
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