BOE 1000 Series Autodiallers

BOE 1000 Series Autodiallers
BOE 1000 Series Autodiallers
Possibly World’s Smallest Autodialler
with built in self-testing!
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BOE 1000 Standard Version
BT line connected
to terminals 2 & 5
Alarm Push
connected to
terminals 3 & 4
Normally Open Contact
Alarm Push Button
(e.g. LiftBits AQ30)
Slave BT Socket
BOE 1000 SD Version
17mm
6mm
Microphone
50
20mm
Alarm Push Contacts
can be provided as
separate wires
if required
Loud Speaker
BT line connected
to terminals 2 & 5
Alarm Push
connected to
terminals 3 & 4
Normally Open Contact
Slave BT Socket
2
Alarm Push Button
(e.g. LiftBits AQ30
AQ30)
30)
BOE1000 Dimensions
5mm
7mm
65mm (Plate)
5mm Fixing
Holes
57mm (Box)
110mm (Box)
135mm (Plate)
103mm (Box Fixing 3mm HOLES)
3mm Holes
5mm Pitch
3mm Counter-Sink
HOLES
8mm
8mm
22mm
9.0mm
122mm (Plate Fixing 5mm HOLES)
20mm
4mm
LC
9mm Mic HOLE
49mm
57mm (Fixing 4.5mm HOLES)
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Introduction:
This BOE1000 autodialler unit has been developed to provide communication
via a 2 wire Analogue telephone network, like a standard BT line. No
additional power supply is required.
Main Features:
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Telephone line driven unit, no external power required
Stores 4 emergency telephone numbers
One button trigger (voltage free contacts)
Remotely adjustable volume control
Auto-jump to callout to next programmed number
in case a number does not respond
Addition Manual jump to next number on press of trigger button
Programmable call duration
Warning prior to call termination
Call extension on press of trigger button
Incoming call ringing in speaker
CB/Hot Line mode programmable
Security PIN for remote programming the unit
Remotely programmable using a normal phone
Information retained even when phone line is cut
Installation:
Mechanical Installation
The BOE1000 can be installed in a shallow car operating panel due to its
compact size. It can directly replace an Otis REM speaker box assembly and
the BOE1000SD version can replace the Kone KNX speaker box assembly.
The units can simply be plugged into a standard BT SLAVE socket and
connected to a phone line on terminals 2 & 5 and the ALARM Push onto
terminals 3 & 4.
Programming
Refer to remote programming section.
Operation:
Alarm Activation
The user, on pressing the alarm button for 3 sec. (default), will hear dial tone
and thereafter the 1st Emergency telephone number being called.
Once the Rescue service Helper answers the call, a two-way hands-free
communication will be possible.
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Volume Control
During the Hands-free conversation, the Helper can increase or decrease the
volume of speaker in lift car by sending DTMF tones from his telephone. Use
DTMF ‘2’ to increase the volume and DTMF ‘8’ to decrease the volume. This
can be repeated i.e. increased or decreased further if required. Once set, the
unit will remember the volume settings every time the unit goes online.
Call termination
The Helper can press DTMF ‘0’ to terminate the call at any time when online,
or the call will automatically terminate after the call duration time.
CB/Hot Line Mode
In this mode the unit will go online when the trapped passenger presses the
alarm button for 3 sec. (default). i.e. no emergency number will be dialled out.
The Passenger will be connected to the rescue service at which point a twoway hands-free communication will be possible. On pressing of the alarm
button again the unit will go offline.
Call Acknowledgement & Auto jump
Auto-jump enabled
Once the unit has dialled a number after alarm button is pressed it will wait for
acknowledgement (DTMF ‘*’) from the rescue service. If the unit does not
receive a DTMF ‘*’ before call timeout, it will automatically call the next
programmed number. For example, if the 1st telephone number is not
answered, and does not receive a DTMF ‘*’ before timeout, an automatic
callout to 2nd telephone number is made. If this fails, the 3rd number is
attempted; and so on.
Auto-jump disabled
This is the basic mode of operation. Once triggered the unit attempts the 1st
number. If the call is not answered, it will terminate after the programmed call
duration time, if a DTMF ‘0’ tone is received.
Call Extension
The unit gives a loud audible tone in the speaker 15 sec. prior to call
termination (tones at different frequency will be heard on the phone as well).
The Passenger at this point, has 15 seconds to extend the call by pressing the
alarm button. If the Passenger presses the alarm button, the call will be
extended and the unit will give the same audible tone as an acknowledgment
to call extension. This will happen every time prior to call termination.
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Manual Jump to Next Number
If the unit is online and attempting to make a call but the line is busy, the
pressing of the alarm button will cause the call to terminate and attempt the
next pre-programmed number; as long as the Alarm button was pressed prior
to the call extension warning tones.
Calling the unit
The unit can automatically answer an incoming call. Depending on the
programming, the unit will ring (audible tune on speaker) certain number of
times prior to answering the call i.e. connecting to lift car. Upon answering the
incoming call the caller is connected to the person in lift car i.e. two-way
hands-free conversation can take place. Call can be extended after audible
warning in the same way as in outgoing call. The caller can press DTMF ‘0’ at
anytime to terminate the call.
Remote Programming
It is possible to remotely programme the BOE1000 provided you know the
number of the phone line no to which the unit is connected and also the RPA
(remote programming number default 1234) is known.
Call the unit, let it answer the call, then send a DTMF ‘*’ by pressing a “*” on
your handset. Now please refer to remote programming instruction for details
of how to program different parameters.
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PROGRAMMING BOE UNIT
Call the BOE unit from a normal phone. Once the BOE has answered the call
and beeps are received the caller needs to enter: [*] [1] [2] [3] [4] [#] to enter
remote programming mode. If the PIN is valid the caller will hear two beeps,
after which he will be able to remotely program the following parameters:
Programming Emergency Numbers
Programming the 1st telephone number:
Programming sequence: [*] [0] [1] [#] [n][n][n]….[n][n][n] [#]
(max 20 digits)
e.g. [*] [0] [1] [#] [1] [1] [1] [#] to program the 1st number as 111
Programming the 2nd telephone number:
Programming sequence: [*] [0] [2] [#] [n][n][n]….[n][n][n] [#]
(max 20 digits)
e.g. [*] [0] [2] [#] [2] [2] [2] [#] to program the 2nd number as 222
Programming the 3rd telephone number:
Programming sequence: [*] [0] [3] [#] [n][n][n]….[n][n][n] [#]
(max 20 digits)
e.g. [*] [0] [3] [#] [3] [3] [3] [#] to program the 1st number as 333
Programming the 4th telephone number:
Programming sequence: [*] [0] [4] [#] [n][n][n]….[n][n][n] [#]
(max 20 digits)
e.g. [*] [0] [4] [#] [4] [4] [4] [#] to program the 1st number as 444
Programming the 5th telephone number (Central Station Number):
Programming sequence: [*] [0] [5] [#] [n][n][n]….[n][n][n] [#]
(max 20 digits)
e.g. [*] [0] [5] [#] [5] [5] [5] [#] to program the 1st number as 555
CB/HOT Line Mode Programming
Programming sequence: [*] [8] [9] [#] [n] [#]
(n = 0, Non-CB/Hot Line mode)
(n = 1, CB/Hot Line mode)
e.g. [*] [8] [9] [#] [0] [#] to disable CB/Hot Line mode
e.g. [*] [8] [9] [#] [1] [#] to enable CB/Hot Line mode
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PABX delay Programming
Programming sequence: [*] [9] [0] [#] [n] [#]
(n = 0, No PABX delay)
(n = 1, PABX delay)
e.g. [*] [9] [0] [#] [0] [#] for no PABX delay
e.g. [*] [9] [0] [#] [1] [#] add PABX delay
Auto-test Programming
Programming sequence: [*] [9] [1] [#] [n] [#]
(n = 0, disable Auto-testing)
(n = 1 to 5, auto-test after every n days)
e.g. [*] [9] [1] [#] [0] [#] to disable Auto-testing
e.g. [*] [9] [1] [#] [1] [#] Auto-test every 24 hours
e.g. [*] [9] [1] [#] [2] [#] Auto-test every 48 hours
e.g. [*] [9] [1] [#] [3] [#] Auto-test every 72 hours
so on…
Auto-answer delay Programming
Programming sequence: [*] [9] [2] [#] [n] [#]
(n = 0 to 9, auto-answer after n rings)
e.g. [*] [9] [2] [#] [0] [#] auto-answer immediately
e.g. [*] [9] [2] [#] [1] [#] auto-answer after 1 ring
e.g. [*] [9] [2] [#] [3] [#] auto-answer after 3 ring
e.g. [*] [9] [2] [#] [5] [#] auto-answer after 5 ring
so on…
Alarm Trigger delay Programming
Programming sequence: [*] [9] [3] [#] [n] [#]
(n = 0 to 3, trigger valid if pressed for n
seconds)
e.g. [*] [9] [3] [#] [0] [#] instant trigger, no delay
e.g. [*] [9] [3] [#] [1] [#] trigger valid if pressed for 1 second or more
e.g. [*] [9] [3] [#] [3] [#] trigger valid if pressed for 3 second or more
Parameter Selection
Programming sequence: [*] [9] [4] [#] [n] [#]
(n = 0, default parameter)
(n = 1, user defined parameter)
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e.g. [*] [9] [4] [#] [0] [#] default parameter selected
e.g. [*] [9] [4] [#] [1] [#] user defined parameter selected
Auto-jump Programming
Programming sequence: [*] [9] [5] [#] [n] [#]
(n = 0, no Auto-jump)
(n = 1, Auto-jump enabled)
e.g. [*] [9] [5] [#] [0] [#] no Auto-jump
e.g. [*] [9] [5] [#] [1] [#] Auto-jump enabled
Call duration Programming
Programming sequence: [*] [9] [6] [#] [n] [#]
(n = 1 to 9, Call duration n min.)
e.g. [*] [9] [6] [#] [1] [#] call duration = 1 minutes
e.g. [*] [9] [6] [#] [3] [#] call duration = 3 minutes
e.g. [*] [9] [6] [#] [5] [#] call duration = 5 minutes
so on…
Parameter Programming
Programming sequence: [*] [9] [7] [#] [A] [L] [Vu] [Vd] [T] [#]
Tones:
A – Acknowledge a call
L – Location Identify
Vu – Volume Up
Vd – Volume Down
T – Terminate current call
e.g. [*] [9] [7] [#] [1] [2] [3] [6] [5] [#]
Here,
1 = Call Acknowledge
2 = Location Identify
3 = Volume Up
6 = Volume Down
5 = Call Terminate
NOTE: to set these tones as current settings of parameters, the user needs to
set Parameter Selection to 1 i.e. User defined
Phone ID Programming
Programming sequence: [*] [9] [8] [#] [n] [n] [n] . . . [n] [n] [n] [#] (max. 10
digits)
e.g. [*] [9] [8] [#] [1] [2] [3] [4] [0] [1] [7] [7] [#] to set Phone ID as 1234
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To End Programming
Sequence: [*] [0][0] [#]
Point of Activation (i.e. at the Autodialler)
To active the unit press button
(for 3 seconds)
Unit will go online & dial the
Programmed number
Incoming call from the unit.
Speak when call is answered.
If the call is not answered,
the pressing of the activation
button will call an alternative
number.
Beeps will sound to indicate end of call
at the receiving end. If Alarm button is
pressed, the call will be extended or press
“0” to Terminate the call.
Call will terminate after a
Pre-defined time.
At the Call Receiving End
The ringing of the telephone
bell will indicate the arrival of call.
Call to be answered in the
usual way.
Beeps will sound to indicate end of call
at the receiving end. If Alarm button is
pressed, the call will be extended or press
“0” to Terminate the call.
Maintenance
1. Ensure the product is not exposed to a damp environment and that the car
operating panel is kept dry at all times. Check on a regular basis.
2. The backup battery for the memory, which stores all the parameters, will
need to be replaced at some stage. This battery should be replaced with the
same type, make and by an approved Engineer.
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Remote Programming
To remotely program the autodialler unit, you’ll need to call the unit. The caller will hear beeps before connection. Press DTMF ‘*’ to
enter remote programming mode. Enter the 4 digit PIN to start programming as shown below:
1234#
2 tones as acknowledgement to correct PIN.
After entering remote programming mode you can program different parameters using the format given below:
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CODE #
Parameter
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Code
Description
Value/Parameter [n]
Confirmation
Observation
Programming Format
Example
01
st
0-9 , *
1 Tone
Max 20 Digits
*[0][1]#[n][n]…[n][n]#
*01#1111#
0-9, *
1 Tone
Max 20 Digits
*[0][2]#[n][n]…[n][n]#
*02#2222#
0-9, *
1 Tone
Max 20 Digits
*[0][3]#[n][n]…[n][n]#
*03#3333#
0-9, *
1 Tone
Max 20 Digits
*[0][4]#[n][n]…[n][n]#
*04#4444#
0-9, *
1 Tone
Max 20 Digits
*[0][5]#[n][n]…[n][n]#
*05#5555#
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Program 1 Telephone
Number
nd
Program 2 Telephone
Number
rd
Program 3 Telephone
Number
th
Program 4 Telephone
Number
th
Program 5 Central Station
Number
CB/Hot Line Mode
1 Tone
1 Digit
*[8][9]#[n]#
*89#0#
90
PABX
1 Tone
1 Digit
*[9][0]#[n]#
*90#0#
91
Auto testing
1 Tone
1 Digit
*[9][1]#[n]#
*91#3#
92
93
Auto Answer Delay
Alarm Trigger Delay
0 = Non-CB/Hot Line
1 = CB/Hot Line Mode
0 = No PABX delay
st
1 = Delay after 1 digit
1-5 days,
3 = auto-test every 3 days
0-9 rings
0-3 seconds
1 Tone
1 Tone
*[9][2]#[n]#
*[9][3]#[n]#
*92#1#
*93#3#
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Parameter Selection
1 Tone
1 Digit
1 Digit
(0 = Instant trigger)
1 Digit
*[9][4]#[n]#
*94#0#
95
Auto Jump
1 Tone
1 Digit
*[9][5]#[n]#
*95#0#
96
97
98
00
Call Duration
Parameter Programming
Phone ID
Terminate Programming
1 Tone
1 Tone
1 Tone
NA
1 Digit
5 Digits
Max 10 Digits
NA
*[9][6]#[n]#
*[9][7]#[n] [n] [n] [n] [n]#
*[9][8]#[n][n]…[n][n] #
*00#
*96#2#
*97#*3280#
*98#12340177#
*00#
02
03
04
05
0 = Default
1 = User Selected
0 = No Auto Jump
1 = Auto Jump
1-9 minutes
A L Vu Vd T
0-9
NA
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