Elso Mediopt handbook
ELSO MEDIOPT care®
Handbook
ELSO MEDIOPT care®
The no-worries package for patients and nursing staff.
Table of contents
System description
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Basic system description
Mounting locations and installation heights
Patient room
General cabling
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Description of components
Room/Duty room module with
call/cancel button and display
Room module with call/cancel button
and display
Room module with call/cancel button
Room module with room indicator light
Call/Presence/Cancel button insert
Presence/Cancel button insert
Call button insert
Pull-switch insert
Call button with system socket
System socket
Pneumatic button insert
Group signal light without room module
Room signal light without room module
Single/Double sided corridor display
DCF receiver
Station transfer point
Technical appendix
Address table for DIP switches
Planning aids/Rules for room installation
Sample
Sample operating log for
call systems as per DIN VDE 0834
Call system commissioning log
Fault messages
Message plan
Servicing – Inspection – Maintenance –
Repair work
References
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System description
ELSO MEDIOPT care® – a good choice
The no-worries package for patients and nursing staff
Modern call and communication systems are essential in hospitals, nursing homes, retirement homes and rehabilitation facilities. ELSO MEDIOPT care® systems are also suitable for single
rooms and small facilities, such as medical practices. Every
module functions independently.
From simple call lights, through logging and call forwarding to
pagers or DECT telephones, to room-specific intercoms, the
ELSO MEDIOPT care® can be configured and extended to suit
your needs. The components are of course fully compatible in
their various levels of expansion.
ELSO MEDIOPT care® satisfies the DIN VDE 0834 standard for
light signal call installations.
Large, clearly labelled call and cancel buttons that are easy for
patients and nursing staff to operate. Indicators and displays
in the nursing or doctor's rooms and in corridors indicate the
location and type of the alarm triggered. This ensures short distances and fast personal assistance. MEDIOPT care® makes it
easier to provide professional nursing care.
Basic system description
What is MEDIOPT care®?
MEDIOPT care® is an intelligent communications system for
medical facilities. The computer controlled call system can
be flexibly configured to optimally suit all areas of application.
When combined with an appropriately designed UPS (uninterruptible power supply), MEDIOPT care® conforms to the DIN
VDE 0834 standard for light-signal call installations and thus
satisfies the highest demands for functionality, safety and
operating convenience. The system is self-monitoring. All faults
or failures are displayed (e.g. on the display of the room/duty
room module).
What does the system consist of?
The system is a network of programmable call, pull and cancel
buttons, with room indicator lights (3-lamp chambers), display
units (corridor display, duty room unit and room display) for
indicating events. The components communicate with each
other via the room bus, station bus and across stations via the
floor bus. The system voltage is provided on a per-station basis
via power supplies. Optional logging printers, PCs or a DECT
system (ESPA 4.4.4 protocol interface) can be connected at the
station transfer points.
Method of operation
All calls triggered by buttons are indicated in colour by the
room signal lights and alphanumerically on the display in the
duty room, with room number and call type (e.g. bed call from
bed 1 to bed 6). Corridor displays (single or double sided)
can also be used for displaying calls. When room displays are
used, these can show current call events via the call-forwarding
system. When the room/duty room module is used in patient
rooms, an alternating intercom system can be used to communicate with devices of the same type in other patient rooms,
which makes the nursing process easier and optimises the distances travelled by the nursing staff. A DCF radio clock can be
used to ensure that the correct time is always available in the
system and this can also be displayed on the corridor displays.
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Areas of application
MEDIOPT care® is a call system that can be used to call,
locate or inform personnel.
Areas of application for this system as per DIN VDE 0834 are:
• Hospitals
• Old people's or pensioner's homes
• Nursing homes
• Forensic clinics
• Penal institutions
The DIN VDE 0834 standard describes a human environment in
which a person summons help from staff.
Maximum system size
A maximum of 99 rooms can be supported by a single station
and up to 59 stations can be connected together, resulting in a
theoretical maximum system size of 5,841 rooms.
Notes on the legal applicability of standards
Standards are not usually binding for planners and installers,
as long as the use of these is not prescribed by law. The use of
a standard is initially a decision made by those responsible for
the system. However, if a standard exists governing the protection of safety, health or life then this must be viewed as a binding, generally acknowledged rule of technology (BGH Az.: I ZR
234/89 as at 06.06.1991). This is used as a basis for examining
situations in the event of damage or loss and for assessing
questions of fault.
Simply combining the correct technical devices is not sufficient
to satisfy the requirements of the standard. If the system is not
installed and used in the organisational manner specified by
the standard, and this was done intentionally or could have
been foreseen, then the requirements of the standard have not
been satisfied and the question of liability is raised.
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
System description
Minimum requirements as per DIN VDE 0834
The DIN VDE 0834 supports rapid technical progress by not
explicitly specifying the technology to be used. However, it
defines conditions for technical limits, for temporal and functional processes and for the human-system interface.
Key features of the DIN VDE 0834 standard:
• Every bed must have a call trigger mechanism that can be
comfortably reached by patients confined to bed.
• Call buttons are basically always red, have a unique call
symbol and must be easily recognisable in the dark.
• The triggering of a call must be visually recognisable in the
immediate vicinity of the device used to trigger the call (reassurance light).
• Rooms that cannot be seen from the place where the presence of personnel is indicated, e.g. wet rooms, must have a
separate call cancel device.
• Call and operating devices must not be installed in the same
enclosure as high voltage systems and these must be clearly
recognisable as different systems.
• Call systems with intercoms must only permit remote cancelling of a call when voice communication has actually
occurred. Calls where voice communication has not occurred
must not be able to be remotely cancelled. However, the
acoustic forwarding of such calls may be remotely cancelled
when the visual indication remains active.
• An emergency call for more personnel triggered by a person
already providing assistance must automatically occur by
activating the existing call buttons. This must be prepared for
by marking the presence of personnel in this area.
• The system power supply must not exceed a value of
30 V RMS for AC systems or 60 V for DC systems. This low
voltage supply must not be used to supply other systems
or devices. Exceptions to this are electronic impulse relay
switches for controlling reading lamps and interfaces to call
systems to other departments. These must be permanently
connected and have their own overvoltage protection.
Appropriate measures against impermissible voltage spikes
must be taken on-site.
• A room signal light capable of displaying at least the call
(red) and the presence (green) must be installed outside
every room. These displays must be clearly visible under
ambient lighting conditions of 500 lux. A triggered call must
be displayed within 1 s.
• All call systems must have an emergency power supply that
comes into operation no later than 15 s after a power failure
and which can keep the system running for at least one hour.
Pending calls must be maintained active in the system for at
least 30 s after a power failure.
• Additional text displays in corridors must be clearly visible
from 20 m under ambient light conditions between 5 lux and
500 lux.
• Transmission paths for other systems may not be used for
the call system.
• All rooms frequented by the personnel to be reached must
have manual or automatic presence switches and acoustic
alarms for call forwarding.
• Visual and acoustic signals are uniquely defined so that
mobile personnel can operate systems from different manufacturers without requiring instruction. Only constantly illuminated, slow-blinking and fast-blinking lights are permitted
in a system. A maximum of three acoustic signals are also
defined for call forwarding of calls, emergency calls and
alarm calls. One additional acoustic signal is permitted for
other purposes but this must be significantly different to the
signals used for call forwarding.
• A maximum time span of 5 s is permitted between the triggering of a call and the notification of the personnel responsible.
• Conversely, transmission paths of the call system may be
used by foreign systems if all input and output signals use
interfaces provided by, or approved by, the original manufacturer and only if faults in the foreign system cannot affect the
call system.
• All protective grounds connected to the call system must be
connected to the same main potential equalisation point. If
this is not possible then the individual areas must be galvanically isolated from each other.
• Cables connecting buildings must be equipped with overvoltage protection at the exit points or be galvanically isolated from each other.
• Marking the presence of personnel in the call area may also
be used for cancelling the call.
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System description
General
Term
Description
Planning notes
Area of application
The area of application is the correct area of
use for a call system. The decisive factor here
is how the system behaves when a fault occurs.
The call system must be planned as an independent system and VDE 0834 must be used
as a binding basis for this. The area of application must be defined in collaboration with the
operator. Additional hospital construction regulations for specific German Federal States may
also need to be taken into account.
Area of application A
The call system is used to call for help and
faults in the system represent a danger for the
calling person(s).
The call system must recognise and
indicate the presence of faults and must constantly monitor itself.
Area of application B
The call system is also used for triggering
special emergency calls, e.g. for a reanimation
team, or medical technical devices are connected to the system. Malfunctions represent a
special danger for the person making the call.
Call systems in penal institution always belong
to area of application B.
The transmission paths, call cables and the
system components essential for triggering calls
must all be included in the monitoring system. A
continuous supply of power for the system must
be ensured through appropriate measured and
calls must be stored for short periods of time in
the case of in interruption to the power supply
(e.g. mains power failure).
Systems without
intercom features
Calls are visually and acoustically indicated and
can only be cancelled from the calling location.
The planning process must define the types of
call that are to be acquired and forwarded.
Systems with
intercom features
Calls are visually and acoustically indicated,
particular calls may only be remotely cancelled
after speaking with the caller.
The call system rooms with an intercom and
those without an intercom must also be defined
in the planning process.
Station interconnection
Temporary extension of the call forwarding
operation over multiple stations during low-load
periods or in emergency situations.
The scope and location of the station interconnection must be defined and visual indicators
must be planned for.
Station/Group
The smallest enclosed organisational and care
area with the same range of responsibilities,
whose messages can be combines and which
can be reflected in the technical implementation
of the system, e.g. supply area of a power supply, closed cabling system.
This area is defined by the structure of the
building. It must be planned so that it can operate autonomously and can be integrated into
the organisational areas.
Duty room
The place where the nursing staff are usually to
be found when on duty.
The duty room usually contains a central display
unit.
Patient room
A room in which one or more
patients are cared for.
Devices for calling, cancelling and indicating the
presence of persons (call forwarding) must be
planned.
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System description
Functions
Functions
Description
Planning notes
Call
Call by a person requiring help, with the aim
of being visited by or speaking to the nursing
staff.
Every bed must be assigned a device for triggering calls that is easily and safely reachable
by the patients. The call button must be clearly
marked (red symbol) and must be illuminated
in the dark. The same idea applies to all rooms
where patients can be found. The triggering of
a call must be visually indicated by a reassurance light in the call button. Call buttons in wet
rooms must be specially designed for this.
Presence
Marking of the presence of nursing personnel
when they enter a room connected to the call
system via a presence button.
In all rooms frequented by personnel that may
be called, the presence of personnel must be
marked by activation of the presence button. The
presence button must be clearly marked (green
symbol). The switching state of the device must
be visually indicated in the device. The button
should be mounted in the vicinity of the door.
Emergency call
Call made by a member of the nursing
staff who then calls other nursing staff.
The emergency call trigger is prepared by
switching the presence button. A call from this
room then becomes an emergency call.
Queryable calls
Call from a device with intercom features
at a bed or in a room.
Remote cancelling of calls in systems with intercom features is permitted after querying at the
query location.
Non-queryable calls
Call from a device without intercom features.
The calling location must be visited.
Calls without intercom features may not be
remotely cancelled, call cancelling is only permitted when the answering of the call is monitored by the system.
Bed call
Call by patients via the call device at their bed,
which can be selectively identified.
Malfunctions that can affect the triggering,
transfer and indication of calls, e.g. removal of
a plug, must be recognised and indicated.
WC call
Call from a wet room or toilet.
The area of protection must be taken into account.
Monitor call
An emergency call triggered by
a monitoring device.
The number of required sockets per bed must
be defined in collaboration with the operator.
Call forwarding
The forwarding of a call to the location where the
nursing staff have indicated their presence. The
call must be indicated at least acoustically. The
call location and type can also be indicated.
Queryable calls may be cancelled after speaking with the caller.
Call forwarding must always be provided.
Call cancelling
Ending of the call state by setting the presence
marking via a cancel button, or via remote cancelling if this is permissible.
The individual mounting locations of the devices
with the presence button and the cancel button
(WC) must be defined.
Call query
Reaction to a call by establishing an intercom
connection to the caller.
Room-wise
Intercom
The patient room has a central intercom for
announcements and call queries.
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
The appropriate devices are to be selected in
collaboration with the operator during the planning process.
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System description
Devices
Device
Description
Planning notes
Room module
Operating and communication unit in patient
rooms and duty rooms
Room modules are usually used in all sickrooms. They can contain indicator elements
(lights), operating elements and displays. This
are the central focus of installation, with connections for beds, upstream wet rooms and (if
not already integrated) optical indicator elements (room signal lights).
Call button
Device for triggering a call with a reassurance light for checking that the call has been
triggered. Structures: Call button, pull switch,
pneumatic switch.
The call button must be labelled and illuminated
in the dark.
Presence button
A device for marking the presence of personnel, preparing emergency calls, forwarding
calls and cancelling calls in the rooms where
they were triggered. Call positions in WCs or
other ancillary rooms that cannot be seen from
the location of the presence switch must be
equipped with their own cancel button.
The cancel button can be planned as a separate device or as a control element in the room
module.
Cancel button
Device for cancelling calls.
The cancel button, e.g. in WCs, only cancels
the call. It provides no other functionality.
Pear switch
Simple version of a patient-operated device
connected to a cord, with a simple call trigger
and illuminated buttons.
The appropriate plug connection must be taken
into account in the planning.
System socket
System socket at the patient‘s bed for connecting movable call devices.
The system socket can be mounted in a wall or
in medical supply units (bed rails).
Room signal light
A lamp essential for every room with a call indicator (red) and presence indicator (green) (and
optional white WC light ), in the immediate vicinity of the associated room (entry door).
At every room having call devices, a room signal light with red (call) and green (presence)
indicators must be installed in the corridor
above/next to the entry door to the room. Additional (white) indicators for WC calls are also
permitted.
Group signal light
A light assigned to a group of locations for collectively indicating calls from this group.
Indication of calls occurs under consideration
of the call priorities in the same manner as with
the room signal lights. Numeric or alphanumeric
displays can be used instead of the group,
nursing group and direction lights.
Duty room module
A device in the personnel duty room for displaying the call locations and for distinguishing
between the different call types of a station.
A duty room module must be installed in the
duty room of every station.
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System description
Device
Description
Planning notes
Power supply
A device for ensuring the reliable, fail-safe supply of power to all call system devices.
Call system power supplies fed by the low voltage network must have their own circuits with
own protection measures. An emergency power
supply is required. This provides power to the
call system no later than 15 s after a general
power cut. Foreign system devices may not be
connected to this power circuit.
Emergency
power supply
A system for maintaining the internal low voltage network or for buffering the power supplies.
If a mains replacement system is not present
then comparable measures must be taken
(batteries).
Malfunction and
dropout monitor
A system for acquiring cable faults and device
dropouts that can represent a danger for callers. It must be ensured that faults in the call
cables and device dropouts are immediate
recognisable by the nursing personnel or other
qualified persons so that appropriate corrective
measures can be initiated.
Automatic forwarding of malfunctions and dropouts directly to the technical department is a
good idea and should be included in the monitoring system.
Station bus
Cable connections within a station that unify
all the connections required to operate a call
system and (for example) connect all the room
modules of a station.
The structure of the cable network is partially
manufacturer-specific. The configuration of the
call system must also be taken into account
when conceiving the network.
Floor bus
Cables connecting multiple stations together.
The DIN VDE 0834 standard applies to the
cabling network. The specified measures must
be taken to avoid confusing these cables with
the low voltage supply network and to avoid
interference.
Room bus
Cable connections within a room that connect
all devices in the room required for operating
the system.
PC communications
interfaces
Manufacturer-specific interfaces between the
call systems, PSA, DECT or telecommunications
systems or logging computer
For satisfying organisational requirements,
messages triggered in the call system (calls,
emergency calls, alarm calls, diagnostic calls,
malfunctions) can also be forwarded to an
external communications system in accordance
with the requirements of the DIN VDE 0834
standard. Based on experience, this requires
timely clarification of the areas of responsibility
and collaborative agreement on the type and
scope of forwarding.
Logging of events for external reports.
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System description
Mounting locations and installation heights
According to DIN VDE 0834 the call system devices must be
installed at the following heights above the floor:
Operating devices (with or without indicator lights)
0.7 m to 1.5 m (e.g. call or cancel buttons)
For pull switches in wet rooms the special requirements of "barrier-free living" must be taken into account. For example, pull
cords must be reachable by persons lying on the floor.
Operating devices with text displays
1.5 m to 1.8 m (e.g. terminals with a display)
The mounting location should be chosen so that the device is
not subjected to direct sunlight.
Devices in installation units
1.6 m to 1.8 m (e.g. medical supply units)
Signal lights and large text displays
1.5 m to 2.2 m
Control units, power supply devices
Central control devices, power supply devices and other
components without operating or signal functions may only be
housed in dry rooms (maximum humidity of 75 % at approx. 18
°C), but not in patient rooms. They must be easily accessible at
all times (accessway at least 60 cm wide). The heat dissipation
must not be impeded. When installed in a switching cabinet,
or similar enclosure, the dissipated heat may require forced
ventilation.
Due the voltage drops across long cables, the power supply
must be located as close as possible to the largest power consumer.
Other
Presence buttons and call devices must be mounted in positions that are easy to access and where they cannot be confused with other system devices.
Call system devices (presence buttons or call buttons) and
the low voltage network (e.g. switches, sockets) must not be
mounted under the same cover plate and must be distinctly different to avoid any possible confusion.
In WCs and wet rooms the special requirements of the DIN VDE
0100 standard must be observed. Only appropriate devices
may be installed in these rooms. The special manufacturer's
notes relating to special devices for installation in WCs and wet
room areas must be observed. Pull switches or other devices
in shower cubicles must be mounted at least 20 cm above the
highest possible shower head position and the pull cord must
hang no higher than 20 cm above the floor so that a person
lying on the floor can reach the pull cord.
Room signal lights are a compulsory requirement, must be
clearly associated with each room (as close as possible to
the entry door) and must be clearly visible from a distance.
All optical signal devices must be installed so that they are
not impaired by external light sources. The users have a free
choice of mounting room signal lights in design-oriented
modules (e.g. door or name plates) as long as the specified
parameters are satisfied.
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Room signal lights represent the last level of safety and contribute to the recognition of emergencies even when technical or
human failure or organisational mistakes cause calls to be lost.
Organisational mistakes occur ever more frequently in old people's homes where the entire organisational structure is based
soles on DECT systems without any additional safety mechanisms. Failure to install room signal lights represents gross negligence and incurs liability for unlimited damages.
Cables
Call system cables may not be laid together with high voltage
cables in common cables, ducts or installation channels.
Call system cables and high voltage cables must have a minimum clearance of 30 cm. For short distances under 10 m, a
clearance of 10 cm is regarded as acceptable. This must be
documented and verified, with appropriate testing evidence
(e.g. from a professional electrical engineer), in the audit documents provided by the installation company.
If these requirements cannot be met due to construction reasons then, for nominal voltages less than 250 V RMS, the conductor groups can be separated by a conductive shield. This
must be integrated into the protection mechanisms of the high
voltage system and must have a cross section typical for a protective earthing conductor.
Alternatively, separate cables can be laid in pipes or installation ducts with double or reinforced insulation as per DIN EN
60950. The insulation must withstand a test voltage for 4,000 V
RMS for at least one minute. The complex leakage current must
not exceed 0.5 mA.
Call system cables leaving the building must be equipped with
overvoltage protection as per DIN VDE 0845 at the exit points
. This is not required if a galvanic isolation point prevents dangerous voltages from entering the system.
With regard to electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), cable
paths should generally avoid any possible sources of interference. This especially applies to transmission antennas (e.g.
personnel search systems) and therapy devices. Despite conformance with all EMC standards and regulations, in certain
cases mutual interference can occur without a clear indication
of the party at fault.
The shield or open shield wire must be insulated up to the connection point, otherwise a risk of short circuits can exist.
All shielded cables for speech transfer should have the shields
stripped as short as possible to maintain the best possible
shielding.
Special attention must be paid to the installation of the power
supply cables. Attention must be paid to the shortest possible
cable paths, adequate cable cross-section and suitable safety
measures when reducing the cable cross-section to prevent
damage in the case of short-circuits.
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Any possible confusion with the cable for the high voltage system must be ruled out through an appropriate choice of cable
colour and laying method.
Commissioning
Before commissioning the call system an acceptance test must
be performed by qualified call system professionals in accordance with the DIN VDE 0834 guidelines. Partial sections of the
call system may be subjected to acceptance tests as construction progresses. A qualified professional is a person possessing the necessary training and qualifications in order to install,
test and certify a call system in accordance with the applicable
standards.
Connection of foreign systems
The call system is an autonomous closed system and may not
be connected using the transmission paths of other systems.
Conversely, foreign system signals may be transferred using
the call system transmission paths. Input and output coupling
of these foreign signals may only occur via the system interfaces of the call system. These can be simple, potential-free
contacts or complex data interfaces. These interfaces must be
supplied or approved by the manufacturer of the call system.
Malfunctions in the foreign system must never affect the operation of the call system.
Responsibilities of the operator of a call system
Operators of a call system in hospitals, nursing homes, nursing
stations and similar institutions or penal institutions must themselves be a "trained person" as defined in DIN VDE 0834 or
assign a trained person to operate the system.
The operator or person assigned must also ensure that any
signs of impairment in the constant operational readiness or
irregularities in the function of the system are reported by the
personnel and that inspections are performed.
The connection of foreign system devices (e.g. electrical medical devices) may only be performed by personnel especially
trained for this. Pluggable devices for triggering calls, e.g.
hand-held patient devices, must be checked for correct call
triggering operation every time they are plugged in.
Malfunction and dropout messages
Functional irregularities, dropouts and malfunctions of individual
call system components must be immediately reported to the
system operator (or assigned person) by the personnel (especially the nursing staff), so that immediate repair and change
measures can be initiated. All malfunctions must be continuously recorded by the operator or assigned person in an operating log that is always available at the system.
Operating log (see "Samples" appendix)
An operating book must be maintained and always available
at the system, listing all malfunctions with information on the
cause, the person reporting the fault and all necessary and
performed repair and change measures taken.
Sample pages of an operating log are provided in the appendix
to this document. The operating log allows the operator and
assigned person to prove that they have satisfied their duty
of care in operating the call system. Beyond this, it is also an
important precondition for correct maintenance and fast, rational repair in the case of system malfunctions.
The operator or person assigned is responsible for ensuring
that the personnel, especially the nursing personnel, have sufficient knowledge of the tasks, functions and operation of the
call system. Appropriate training must be regularly performed
and repeated.
Responsibility for maintenance as per the recommendations
of the ZVEI
The responsibility for maintenance lies with the operator of
a call system. According to DIN VDE 0834, operators must
ensure the correct, timely and professional maintenance of
their call system. This responsibility can be transferred to a
professional company. Attention should be paid to the necessary spare-parts logistics provided by and accessibility to an
external company.
The following must be check for correct operation:
• call buttons and movable devices for triggering calls that are
intended for use by patients or prisoners
System inspection
Inspection of the system first requires an examination of the
system operating log to find any existing faults. This is followed
by a functional check of the installed devices and then a visual
examination for mechanical damage.
At least once a year the following devices must also be checked
for correct operation:
• All other devices used for triggering calls, cancelling calls
and presence registration
• Signal lamps and acoustic alarms
• Power supplies, conformance to characteristic values
• All other indicator devices
Inspections should be performed at least quarterly after
approximately the same time periods.
• All devices for querying calls, including any intercom paths,
loudness and speech comprehensibility
The inspection should also check for undocumented
changes to the system.
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Inspections performed and the results of these must also be
documented in the system operating log by the technical professionals performing this work. This forms the basis of any
repair work that may be required.
System maintenance
The system must be maintained according to the manufacturer's instructions but always at least once a year. This usually
includes:
• Care and cleaning of system components, cleaning of
ventilation slots
• Replacement of components with limited lifetimes
(e.g. batteries)
Deviations from nominal values must be corrected. The maintained system components must then be tested and any
remaining faults must be corrected. With software controlled
systems, it is a good idea to update the software as part of the
maintenance.
The maintenance performed and the results of this are to be
individually recorded in the system operating log by the technical professionals performing the work.
Repairing the system
Repairing the system includes repair or exchange of the
faulty system components followed by a function check of the
repaired components including their interaction with the call
system as a whole.
• Reconfiguration and synchronisation of components and
devices
Patient room
General notes
Every room must have a room module. The room module represents the interface between the station bus and the room bus.
The room module is the central unit of each room. Room modules are available in different versions:
For this reason, a system socket or call button with system
socket for this type of pear switch is installed near to each
bed. The basic version of the pear switch has a 2 m (optionally
5 m) connection cord. All call/pear switches have an integrated
reassurance lamp for visual confirmation of calls.
• Room/Duty room module with call/cancel button and display
(for use in duty rooms or rooms with intercom features)
No. 735000
• Room module with call/cancel button and display (for use in
patient rooms) No. 735020
• Room module with call/cancel button (for use in patient
rooms) Art. 735030
• Room module with room signal light (for use in patient rooms)
Art. 735040
Up to 6 bed calls, each with a maximum of 3 call positions,
with individual identification, 6 room calls and a maximum of
6 WC call buttons can be implemented. In parallel to this, it is
also possible to install a maximum of 8 monitor call buttons for
medical monitoring units / foreign components in the room.
The use of the respective room defines the types of call available to patients in the room. If this is a room containing patients
confined to bed, or with limited mobility, then every bed in the
room will have a corresponding patient button in the form of a
pear switch (see figure 1).
Lapp cable
UNITRONIC
Bus Combi
EIB 2 x 2 x 0,8
+ 3 x 1,5
BT1
Room signal
light
Bed 1
BT2
RA
A call/cancel button with integrated acoustic alarm forwarding
is located at the entrance to every room. When a call is triggered and the nurse enters the room, this button cancels the
calls and also marks the presence of a nurse in the room. The
green reminder light in the button also lights up.
The call/cancel button can be provided as a room module
with call/cancel button or as a simple call/cancel button when
a room module (e.g. room module with room signal light No.
735040) is already installed.
Bed 2
Room cable
2 x 2 x 0,8
RA
ZT
BT4
Bed 4
BT3
Bed 3
Figure 1, Patient room example
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System description
Room sanitary facilities (bathroom, toilet)
In most cases a room is assigned appropriate sanitary facilities. In this case, these facilities must also allow a call to be
triggered. This can be achieved with an easily accessible call
button or a pull switch.
All buttons in the sanitary facilities are connected to the fourcore room cabling.
Bathrooms or toilets located at a station without an associated
patient room are to be handled as normal rooms. A cable of
type JY (ST) Y 2x2x0.8 is the typical choice for room cabling.
According to the DIN 0834 standard, calls triggered from nonvisible rooms can only be cancelled from the same room. This
means that a call button and a cancel button (presence marking is not required) must be present in a toilet that can only be
accessed via the room.
General cabling
When using room signal lights with door name plates, these
can also be installed next to the room door. The following
basic rule always applies: The room signal light is clearly and
uniquely assigned to a particular room and is installed according to the local building conditions so that the associated room
is always recognisable.
Every nursing station (e.g. floor) consists of a certain number
of rooms or residential units. When planning a hospital or nursing home, the entire building is usually divided into these types
of nursing station. A maximum of 99 rooms or residential units
can be connected to each station. This type of station is usually cabled via the corridor. Foe example, sockets containing
the station bus (incoming/outgoing) and the room bus can be
located above the room door. In this case, the room module
with room signal lights can be install over this socket and all
corresponding cables can be connected to this module. In
hospitals or nursing homes, lights showing the respective status each room are to be installed outside each room. 2-colour
(preferably 3-colour) room signal lights, whose visual indicators
conform to the DIN VDE 0834 standard, are available for this.
A duty room module is installed in the station room that shows
the on-duty nursing staff what type of call has been triggered
from which room.
The power supply and the station transfer point are installed in
the subdivision belonging to the station. To ensure a well-structured cable layout, a ring cable covering all room modules and
corridor displays must be installed from the distribution box.
The room signal lights are usually installed above the room
door to ensure clear assignment to each room and avoid any
possible confusion.
This ring cable (data and voltage) must be a closed circuit to provide doubled data reliability in the case of cable breakage etc.
Station 2
323
Lapp Cable
UNITRONIC
Bus Combi
EIB 2 x 2 x 0,8
+ 3 x 1,5
ZSL
ZSL
325
ZSL
ZSL
326
SUD
Bathroom
321
322
ZSL
ZSL
ZSL
ZSL
327
Duty room
Stairs
Electricalroom
ZNTR
315
WC
ZSL
Kabel: NYM 3 x 1,5
(Zusatzeinspeisung)
OP room
GSL
314
ZSL
ZSL
ZSL
ZSL
313
ZSL
ZSL
GSL
329
330
GSL
ZSL
ZNTR
NT
SUD
ZSL
331
Group room signal light
Room signal light
Comfort central display unit
Power supply
Station transfer point
Figure 2, Station planning example
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System description
Station bus
All the room modules for the station must be connected to the
station bus. Stub cables are to be avoided. The station bus
should be laid as a ring cable. ELSO GmbH recommends closing the ring. This results in double data reliability. Please make
absolutely sure that the conductors („a“, „b“, „+24VDC“ and
„GND“) are not swapped. For the station bus, a cable (subsequently referred to as SYK=system cable) of type: Lapp Kabel
UNITRONIC Bus Combi EIB 2x2x0.8 + 3x1.5, or equivalent
quality, must be used. The shield must be connected to each
of the GND terminals. To avoid short circuits at the device, the
shield must be insulated. The data cables must not exceed a
length of 500 m.
It is essential to ensure that a supply voltage of at least 22
VDC is present at all room modules. To ensure this, a cable
of appropriate diameter must be laid. The number of terminal
points that cause voltage loss must be kept to a minimum.
For applications using a system cable (SYK) a distribution
box (see figure 3) is required. This is provided in the scope of
delivery (No. 735020, No. 735030, No. 735040) (-> Terminal
with connection cable and fuse -> fine-wire fuse 250 V/0.25 A
slow-blow).
Note! A termination resistor is required for the station bus
if station transfer points are not used.
The power supply cables of the SYK are connected to
the +24 V and GND distribution box terminals. The red output
cable of the distributor is connected to X2/Pin2 (+24 V)
and the blue cable to X2/Pin1 (GND).
The supplied 2x2x0.8 cables are to be used for connecting to
the station bus.
Recommendation
For up to 16 rooms using a closed ring, no additional power
supply is usually necessary (see figure 4).
With more than 16 rooms, additional power supplies must be
installed. An extra power supply is required for every additional
10 rooms (see figure 5).
When using a call system in small environments (e.g. a single
station) without a PC or Pager/DECT telephone a station transfer point is not absolutely necessary. However, in this case a
termination resistor must be installed. This can be mounted, for
example, in the duty room module. The resistor must have a
value of 680 Ω and must be connected between:
Station bus „a“ to +24 VDC and
station bus „b“ to GND.
Station bus
outgoing
X4
X3
X2
Twisted-pair cable
GND
+24V
X1
Station bus
incoming
Figure 3, Station bus cabling, distribution box connection
Room module
8
Room module
Room module
12
10
24 VDC
24 VDC
!
Station transfer
point
24 VDC
Further
stations
Room module
Room module
2
1
Power supply
(adjustable from
24 to 26 VDC)
Room module
Room module
16
15
Applies to light call systems without
room-wise intercom
A cable cross section of 1.5 mm2
must be ensured
With 16 or more rooms,
additional 24 VDC supplies are required
Figure 4, Power supply for a station
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System description
Room module
20
Room module
10
Room module
30
24 VDC
24 VDC
Station transfer
point
An additional 24/ 26 VDC power supply
with 3x 1.5 is required for every 10 rooms
!
24 VDC
Room module
2
Further stations
Room module
1
Power supply
(adjustable from
24 to 26 VDC)
Room module
40
Applies to light call systems
without room-wise intercom
A cable cross section
of 1.5 mm2 must be ensured
Room module
39
Figure 5, Station power supply using additional power supplies
Room bus
All light call system devices in a room are connected to the
room bus. The room bus has 4 conductors.
„d“
„t“
„+24“
„GND“
=
=
=
=
data
clock
+24 VDC
Ground
Connection can take place via a room bus in a star formation
or a mixed formation.
The total cable length (sum of all cables) must not exceed 100
m. A decisive factor is ensuring the provision of the required
power supply.
A cable of type: JY (St) Y 2x2x0.8 must be used for the room
bus.
These 4 conductors are to be connected to the terminals of the
same designation on the room module (different versions possible) in exactly the manner shown here.
The shield must be connected to the GND terminal of the
respective room module. To avoid short circuits at the device,
the shield must be insulated.
Station bus
24 VDC
WC
Room bus
Room data bus
Shield
Figure 6, Room bus
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System description
Power supplies
The power supplies can be placed in any desired location. The
power consumption of the system must be considered when
choosing the power supplies. When several power supplies are
used on each floor, these must all be connected together via
„GND“. This is important in order to ensure a common reference voltage at the station an in the entire environment.
This means that all cross-station power supplies must be connected to each other via their GND terminals.
Note! Parallel connection of power supplies is not permitted. Only the connection of the GND terminals.
Foreign system
Room 101
Room102
PC
Room bus
Additional
d evi c e s
Room bus
A ddi ti onal
devi ces
101
Corridor display
24 VDC (pay attention to power
consumption/cable cross section)
Station bus1
Station data bus
Station transfer point
Shield
Duty room
Floor bus
Zimmer 103
Station bus 2
Station transfer point
24 VDC
WC
Room bus
Shield
Room data
bus
Shield
Data a
GND
Data b
Figure 7, Cabling without intercom features
Room intercom
Room intercoms are implemented using the room/duty room
module No. 735000 as the central speaking/listening unit in
each room.
As can be seen in figure 8, additional conductors are required
in the station bus and also in floor bus 4 in order to implement
this. The data cables must not exceed a length of 500 m. When
using a room-wise intercom, an additional cable (4-core) must
be used for connecting the speech channels. A separate cable
of type: JY (ST) Y 2x2x0.8 must be used in order to reduce
back-coupling effects.
After a call is triggered, this makes it possible to select the
appropriate room and speak to the person triggering call. With
this layout according to DIN VDE 0834 it is then permissible to
cancel the triggered call without the nursing staff actually visiting the person calling. Call requests can be used instead of
cancelling the call. This ensures that the nursing staff have first
contact but must still visit the patient‘s room in order to finally
cancel the call.
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Call request
As a result of a call query, or for other reasons, it may be necessary for a nurse to visit a room. To do this, after the query
(room based) or conversation with the patient (room-wise
intercom) the call is ended at the room/duty room module with
display not via the off button but rather via the nurse request
button. As a result of this, the green presence light in the room
signal light associated with the room and in the group signal
lights (if present), as well as the green reminder LED in the
call/cancel button of the corresponding room, blink until the
call is answered.
The display on corridor displays is separately described in the
section on corridor displays. The call request is cancelled by
setting the respective presence in the room.
Note! Call requests can only be set via the room/duty room
module with display.
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System description
Foreign system
Duty room
PC
Station bus 1
Station transfer point
Etagenbus
Station bus 2
Floor bus
Station transfer point
Room 101
Room bus
Shield
Addi ti onal
de vi ces
Data a
Data b
GND
Intercom a1/b1
Intercom a2/b2
Room 102
Room bus
… Addi t ion a l
de vi c es
Station bus 1
Room 103
24 VDC
Room bus
WC
Shield
Room data bus
24 VDC
(pay attention to power consumption/cable cross section)
Intercom a1/b1
Intercom a2/b2
Shield
Station data bus
Figure 8, Cabling with intercom features
System monitoring
The room modules automatically recognise all devices connected to the room bus and constantly monitor these. If a
device does not answer, then this is registered as a malfunction
(S) with a room number on the duty room module display (No.
735000) when duty room presence is set.
Example: S24 (Malfunction in room 24)
Note! After completing all room installations and programming all components in the room, a soft reset (see component description) must be performed at the room module
(regardless of the module version). All components are
then „learned“ at this point. Any subsequent changes that
may occur (address changes, new components etc.) are
then recognised as malfunctions.
The room modules are monitored by the station transfer point.
If a room module does not answer then this is indicated as a
dropout (A) on the duty room module display (No. 735000)
when duty room presence is set.
Example: A24 (Dropout in room 24)
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Description of components
Room/Duty room module with
call/cancel button and display
No. 735000
General notes
Warning, lethal danger!
The safety regulations of the DIN VDE 0105 standard
must be followed. Only qualified electrical personnel
may work on the devices. Always follow the state-specific regulations and guidelines. Failure to observe this
can result in a danger of fire, electric shock or destruction of the device. In the case of 230 V cables in the
vicinity, the applicable standards and guidelines relating to cable clearances must be noted and observed.
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The room/duty room module represents the interface between
the station bus and the room bus with all connected devices.
All events in the room are acquired by the room module and
sent to the station bus so that this information is available to the
entire station. The room number and all other important room
information is set at the room module, which then provides this
information on the station bus via the room/duty room module.
Room modules with the same address must never be connected to the station bus. Special care must therefore be taken
when setting the room module addresses.
Call indication on the display
When the presence marker is set then the most important respective call is shown on the display. It makes no difference whether
this call comes from the own station or, in duty mode (interconnection of several stations), from a different station. For calls having the same priority, the „oldest“ call in each case is displayed.
Instead of the rolling display of all calls, when multiple calls
occur at the same time the display shows „More calls!“ (alternately with the call location of the most important call).
When using the „Duty room module“ a rolling call display can
be selected in the parameter menu as an alternative to displaying only the most important call.
Note! Even when all existing calls are displayed in a rolling
manner at the station, simultaneous calls from other stations only display the most important/oldest call in the call
list.
Room bus connection
All components in the room are to be connected to the room
bus. It is essential to ensure that the conductors („t“, „d“,
„+24VDC“ and „GND“) are not swapped.
A cable of type: JY (St) Y 2x2x0.8 must be used for the room
bus. The shield must be connected to each of the GND terminals. To avoid short circuits at the device, the shield must be
insulated.
The room bus can be connected in a star formation or a
mixed formation. The cable length (sum of all cables) must not
exceed 100 m.
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Description of components
Room 103
24V DC
Room bus
WC
Room data bus
Shield
BL-Z
BL-A
d
t
R-A
GND
D1
D5
D2
D6
R-Z
+
R-T
R-W
B1
A-W
ZL-W
+
B2
D3
B3
ZL-R
ZL-A
ZL-S2
GND
D4
ZL-S1
A
S2
S1
B4
B5
SGND
B6, Ls
Mi
Station bus connection
All the room modules for the station must be connected to the
station bus. Stub cables are to be avoided. The station bus
should be laid as a ring cable. ELSO GmbH recommends closing the ring. This results in double data reliability. Please make
absolutely sure that the conductors („a“, „b“, „+24VDC“ and
„GND“) are not swapped. For the station bus, a cable (subsequently referred to as SYK=system cable) of type: Lapp Kabel
UNITRONIC Bus Combi EIB 2x2x0.8 + 3x1.5, or equivalent
quality, must be used. The shield must be connected to each
of the GND terminals. To avoid short circuits at the device, the
shield must be insulated.
The data cables must not exceed a length of 500 m.
When using a room-wise intercom, an additional cable (4-core)
must be used for connecting the speech channels. A separate cable of type: JY (ST) Y 2x2x0.8 must be used in order to
reduce back-coupling effects.
VZT2 room
distribution unit
VZT2 room
distribution unit
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b1
a2
b2
System cable layout
Station bus
Radio
Connection example without room-wise intercom
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
R6b
R6a
R5b
R5a
R4a
R4b
R3b
R3a
R2b
GND
R2a
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R1a
R1b
R6b
R6a
R5b
R5a
R4a
R4b
R3b
R3a
R2b
Incoming/Outgoing
R2a
GND
R1a
R1b
Incoming/Outgoing
Radio
Connection example with room-wise intercom
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Description of components
Room module
8
Room module
12
Room module
10
24 VDC
24 VDC
!
Station transfer
point
24 VDC
Further stations
Room module
2
Room module
1
Room module
10
Room module
16
Power supply
(adjustable from
24 to 26 VDC)
Applies to light call systems
without room-wise intercom.
A cable cross section of 1.5 mm2
must be ensured.
With 16 or more rooms,
additional 24 VDC supplies
are required.
Room module
15
Room module
30
Room module
20
24 VDC
24 VDC
Station transfer
point
An additional 24/26 VDC power supply
with 3x1.5 is required for every 10
24 VDC
Further stations
Room module
2
Room module
1
Power supply
(adjustable from
24 to 26 VDC)
Room module
40
!
Applies to light call systems
without room-wise intercom.
A cable cross section of
1.5 mm2 must be ensured.
Room module
39
System monitoring
The room modules automatically recognise all devices connected to the room bus and constantly monitor these. If a
device does not answer, then this is registered as a malfunction
(S) with a room number on the duty room module display (No.
735000) when duty room presence is set.
Example: S24 (Malfunction in room 24)
Note! After completing all room installations and programming all components in the room, a soft reset (see component description) must be performed at the room module
(regardless of the module version). All components are
then „learned“ at this point. Any subsequent changes that
may occur (address changes, new components etc.) are
then recognised as malfunctions.
The room modules are monitored by the station transfer point.
If a room module does not answer then this is indicated as a
dropout (A) on the duty room module display (No. 735000)
when duty room presence is set.
Example: A24 (Dropout in room 24)
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Description of components
Overview of terminal assignments
Connection
Description
Connection
Description
a and b
Data cables
ZL-W
S
Shield cable
Room signal light output
(WC call)
a1 und b1
Speech cables
ZL-R
a2 und b2
Speech cables
Room signal light output
(room or bed call)
+/GND
24 VDC power supply
ZL-A
Room signal light output
(doctor presence)
R1a/R1b bis
R6a/R6b
Radio cables
ZL-S2
Room signal light output
(trainee nurse presence)
R5a/r5b und
R6a/R6b
TV audio input
ZL-S1
Room signal light output
(head nurse presence)
d
Room bus data cable
A
External presence button input Doctor
t
Room bus clock cable
S2
External presence button input Nurse 2
D1/D5
Bed 1 or Bed 5 diagnostic call
S1
External presence button input Nurse 1
B1
Bed 1 loudspeaker output
B6, Ls
D2/D6
Bed 2 or Bed 6 diagnostic call
Bed 6 loudspeaker or room loudspeaker
output
B2
Bed 2 loudspeaker output
D3
Bed 3 diagnostic call
B3
Bed 3 loudspeaker output
D4
Bed 4 diagnostic call
B4
Bed 4 loudspeaker output
B5
Bed 5 loudspeaker output
SGND
Bed bus speech GND
Mi
Room bus microphone cable
BL-Z
Room call reassurance light
External room call button
BL-A
External reassurance light
Doctor call button
R-A
External doctor call button input
R-Z
External room call button input
R-T
Telephone call circuit input
R-W
Call button (WC) input
A-W
Cancel button (WC) input
+
a
b
S
a1
b1
a2
b2
System cable layout
R1a
R1b
R2a
R2b
R3a
R3b
R4a
R4b
R5a
R5b
R6a
R6b
GND
Radio
BL-Z
BL-A
d
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GND
+
R-A
R-Z
R-T
D1
D5
R-W
B1
D2
D6
B2
+
B3
GND
D3
D4
B4
B5
SGND
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ZL-R
ZL-A
ZL-S2
ZL-S1
A
S2
S1
B6, Ls
Malfunction display on room module with call/cancel button
and display
Display
• Bit malfunction in log is set
• When the nurse presence button is held pressed for longer
than 5 s, the cause of the malfunction is shown on the display. If no malfunction exists then the message „No malfunction“ is displayed
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• Holding the nurse presence button pressed for longer than
15 s causes a soft reset
Cancelling malfunctions: Correcting malfunctions
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Description of components
Connection of external room signal lights
External room signal lights (e.g. room signal lights, room signal
lights with door name plate or other room signal lights) can be
connected to the illustrated room module outputs. The outputs
can be loaded to a maximum of 10 W (24 VDC/400 mA).
White
WC call
Red
Room or bed call
BL-Z
BL-A
d
t
R-A
GND
D1
D5
D2
D6
R-Z
+
R-T
R-W
B1
A-W
+
B2
D3
B3
GND
D4
This connection example is intended as a reference case
for the many different types of room signal lights and only
illustrates the connection principle.
Green
Nurse present
ZL-W
ZL-R
ZL-A
ZL-S2
ZL-S1
A
S2
S1
B4
B5
SGND
B6, Ls
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Programming of parameters via the menu
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No presence markings may be set before the programming
process can be started.
Calling up the parameter display
1. Press and hold the button at the upper right of the display
(function button 1)
2. Then briefly press the button at the upper right of the display
(function button 2)
The parameter menu is displayed and the entries can be
changed. The functions of the buttons for changing values and
navigating in the menu are shown in the corners of the display.
Or: Briefly press the button on the rear side of the circuit board.
The button assignments during parameterisation are shown in
the display. For the horizontal version these are:
• Upper left (function button 2)
„+“: Increase value
• Lower left (function button 4)
„-“: Reduce value
• Lower right (function button 3)
„Next“: To next menu item
• Upper right (function button 1)
„Back“: To previous menu item
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Calling up the parameter menu for making changes
1. Press and hold the button at the lower left of the display
(function button 4)
2. Then press and hold the button at the upper right of the
display (function button 1) (1 – 2 can also be performed in
reverse)
3. Then briefly press the button at the upper right of the display
(function button 2)
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The parameter menu is displayed but the entries cannot be
changed.
Light call behaviour while programming
During the programming process, the light call operation of the
terminal continues largely unchanged.
The only limitation:
• Only acoustic call forwarding takes place, since the display
and the query button are reserved for the programming
process.
Especially the hand-held patient devices can still be used to
their full extent and calls can still be triggered from these and
external call buttons. Speech commands are implemented and
announcements are received.
If changes were made, then the query „Accept new values?“ is
displayed at the end of the parameter menu. The new values
are accepted via the “Yes” button. The “No” button discards
the changes and then displays the query “Reset terminal?”.
“Yes” then causes a restart and “No” exits the parameterisation
without making any changes.
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Description of components
Programming menu
The default values for new devices are underlined. These also take effect when no correct values are found in memory.
Menu item
German display text
English display text
Start parameter
query
ZT4W-10
Einstellungen
ZT4W-10
Settings
Programming start
ZT4W-10
Programmierung
ZT4W-10
Programming
Display contrast
Displaykontrast
Display contrast
144 - 175 223
144 - 175 - 223
The contrast is infinitely adjustable
Language for call
display texts
Anzeigesprache:
Display language
German
Italian
English
German - Italian - English
Language selection
Light call system
selection
Systemauswahl?
System selection
Yes/No
Yes: The following menu items for making adjustments to suit various generations of system environment are
offered for selection.
No: The following menu items are
skipped, already selected values
remain saved and will take effect.
mp3 system
expansions
Erweiterungen
mp3 aktiv?
Extensions mp3
active?
Yes/No
Yes: Send extended protocol messages
over the station cables, which
allows the use of functional extensions such as cross-station call
groups.
Warning: The other room modules in
the station must be able to understand
and process these extensions.
Note! This setting must not be changed.
The default setting of „No“ must be left
as it is.
Old, reduced mp
protocol
Reduziertes
mp-Prot.?
Reduced
mp-prot.?
Yes/No
Yes: The „old“ reduced room module mp
protocol is sent. This allows management of a maximum of 4 beds
per room. Connecting bed 5 or bed
6 generates a malfunction message.
If both entries are set to „Yes“ then the
„mp3“ selection has priority. The extended
protocol is sent. If both entries are set
to „No“ then the current mp2 protocol is
generated.
Note! This setting must not be changed.
The default setting of „No“ must be left
as it is.
Bed device type
Bettgeraete BG2?
Patient handset
BG2?
Yes/No
Yes: The BG2 is controlled.
No: The BG3 is controlled.
Both of these control devices are still in
preparation and will be delivered later.
Address
Adresse
Own adress
0 – 121
0 (default value) / Standby operation – no
transmission on the station bus / address
1 – 99 can be selected / addresses
100 – 121 are already assigned as special addresses –> not available
Direction arrow
group
Richtungspfeilgruppe
Direction ind. group
0 – 15
0 (default value) / Group signal lights connected to the room bus of a room module
are always active when a room module
with the same direction arrow sends a
call.
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Values
Comment
For the program version. „W“ means horizontal installation.
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Programming menu
Menu item
German display text
English display text
Call group
Rufgruppe
Zimmer
Calling group
Room
Values
0 – 15
0 – 127
Comment
Formation of call groups within the station:
Value range
If „mp3 extensions active?“ = no If
„mp3 extensions active?“ = yes
Call forwarding only occurs between
rooms having the same call group
number.
Exceptions:
• Calls from rooms in the call group 0 are
displayed at all rooms.
• Rooms in call group 0 display all calls
from the station.
• The station transfer point displays all
station calls.
If call groups are not used then always
set this value to 0.
Cross-station room
assignment
Zimmer zu ext.
Station?
Assign room to
ext. ward?
Yes/No
Only offered when „mp3 extensions
active?“ = yes:
Yes: The room is regarded by other
rooms as not belonging to the station and calls from this room are not
displayed. The main query MUST
assign this room to another station.
No: The behaviour within the station as
described above applies.
Warning: This function is not currently
supported.
Call group overrun
time
Zeit Ueberlauf
Rufgruppe (s)
Calling group
Timeout (sek)
0 – 240
Call group overrun time (in seconds):
If a call has not been queried after the
defined time, then the terminal changes
the call message to call group 0, i.e. the
call is then displayed in all station rooms
where a nurse presence is marked.
Value 0: No overrun time is set, the call
group setting remains active for an unlimited time.
Special texts
(as of version
ZT4 – 14)
Sondertext ab
Z-Adr. 100
special txt for
adr. 100 ff
Yes/No
Yes: The texts selected at the appropriate
inputs of the SUD and the addresses 50-59 of the SUD are displayed.
This affects the addresses 100-119
(inputs) and station address 50-59.
For text selection see the „SUD“
description.
No: The addresses without texts are displayed.
Call display of most
important call
Rufanzeige:
wichtigster Ruf
Display calls:
most important
Most
important
call /
Auto
call list
Most important call: Only the most important (highest priority) call or the oldest call
is displayed,
Auto call list: pending calls are scrolled
Duty room function
Dienstzimmerfkt
aktiv nein
Duty room funct
active no
Yes/No
Yes: Used as a duty room module. Any
malfunctions are displayed when
„Presence“ is marked. (displayed
when no calls are pending)
No: Factory setting: No malfunctions in
the system are displayed. This setting is recommended when used as
a room module.
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Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Programming menu
Menu item
German display text
English display text
Values
Comment
Monitor from room
Überwachung
von Zimmer 0
Fault monitoring
from room 0
0
Only active when the duty room function
is set to „yes“.
The setting defines the first room where
monitoring is to begin.
Range: 0 – 121
Factory setting „0“
Monitoring until room
Überwachung
bis Zimmer 1
Fault monitoring
to room 1
1
The setting defines the first room where
monitoring is to end.
Range: 0 – 121
Factory setting „1“
Recommendation: Entering 0.....1 causes
the monitoring range to be automatically
learnt (see following menu item) from the
current installation.
Learn installation
jetzt
lernen
Learn
Stationszustand
ist gelernt
Menue
beenden
Only active when monitoring starts at
room 0 (no fixed address assignment for
monitoring).
The learn process (upper left button on
display) learns and stores all existing
addresses. This learn process must be
performed after installation and programming is completed. Subsequent changes
(after the learn process) are recognised
as malfunctions or dropouts. „Learning“
is confirmed on the display by: „Station
state learnt“. Pressing the button at the
lower left is the fastest way of reaching
the end of the menu.
Ward status
is stored
Menue
end
Doctor functions
Arztfunktionen
aktiv
Doctors function
active
Yes/No
No:
All doctor functions are locked out
Nurse 2
Schwester 2
aktiv
Function nurse2
active
Yes/No
No:
Functions for nurse 2 are locked out
WC call cancel
Abst.WC-Ruf mit
Anwesenheit
Cancel WC-Call
by presence
Yes/No
Yes: WC calls are also cancelled when
the presence of a nurse is marked.
No: WC calls are only cancelled via the
WC cancel button.
Emergency call cancel when nurse is
present
bei Notrufabs.:
Anw. Ein
Cancel EM-call
Set pres yes
Yes/No
No:
Function
Nurse assistance
call
Hilferuffunktion
aktiv
Call for help
active
Yes/No
Only offered when the doctor function is
locked out.
Yes: The doctor call button triggers the
nurse call and the doctor presence
button cancels the call.
No: Nurse call function is locked out.
Sending of
announcements
Senden Durchsage
erlaubt
Send Announcem.
possible
Yes/No
Yes: In quiescence mode (no call),
pressing and holding the query
button allows announcements to be
made.
When nurse presence is set: Nurse
announcement.
Without presence set: General
announcement.
No: Announcements cannot be sent.
Selection of special
nurse functions
Sonderfunktionen
Schwester
Special function
nursing staff
Yes/No
Yes: The following menu items are
sequentially offered for selection.
No: The following menu items are
skipped, all special functions are
switched off = normal operation
(any selections remain saved).
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Call is cancelled when the nurse
button is pressed without presence
marking
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Programming menu
Menu item
German display text
English display text
Values
Comment
Doctor call display
when nurse present
Arztrufe an
Schwester
Call for doctor
to nurse
Yes/No
Yes: Doctor calls are also displayed
when nurse presence is marked.
No: Normal operations – Doctor calls
are only displayed when doctor
presence is marked.
Send telephone calls
Telefonruf bei
Schwester
Send tel.-call
when pres.
Yes/No
Yes: If the R-T input is active then the
telephone call is sent despite
marked nurse presence.
No: The telephone call is not sent when
nurse presence is marked.
Nurse call request
Merken Schwester
annehmen
Accept marking
for nurse
Yes/No
Yes: Nurse call requests are accepted.
No: Nurse call requests are ignored.
Receive announcements
Durchsagen
hoeren
Recieve collect.
announcement
Yes/No
Yes: General announcements are
received.
No: General announcements are not
received
Receive nurse
announcements
Schwesterdurchs.
hoeren
Recieve staff
announcement
Yes/No
Yes: Nurse announcements are
received.
No: Nurse announcements are not
received
Trigger nurse emergency call when
doctor is present
Bei Arztanwesen.
S-Notruf
Em. Call when
doctor pres.
Yes/No
Yes: When doctor presence is set, activating the room or bed call button
triggers the corresponding nurse
emergency call.
No: When doctor presence is set, these
call buttons trigger the corresponding normal nurse call.
Acoustic alarm
damping
Daempfung
Tongeber
Attenuation of
Call tone
0–2
The volume of the acoustic alarm can be
reduced by a maximum of two levels from
the standard volume.
Warning: The minimum volume specified by the standard must be maintained and must be checked.
Special functions
Call types
Sonderfunktionen
Rufarten?
Special callfunctions?
Yes/No
Yes: The following special functions for
call types are offered for selection.
No: The following special functions are
skipped, already selected values
remain saved and will take effect.
WC emergency call
WC-Ruf bei Anw.
als Znotruf
WCCall emergency
when pres.
Yes/No
Yes: When the WC call is triggered and
nurse presence is set then this is
signalled as a room emergency call
No: Normal WC call, even when presence is set, display of the WC call
at the own room terminal.
Telephone call
trigger
Telefonruf
aktiv
Telephone call
active
Yes/No
Yes: The R-T input is evaluated as a telephone call input.
No: The R-T input is not evaluated.
Level evaluation of
the R-T input
Eing. R-T ohne
Stoerpegel
Input R-T no
fault det.
Yes/No
Yes: The level evaluation is done without
a noise level, termination resistors
are not required, a simple contact
without termination can be connected.
Warning: This means that no cable
monitoring for short circuits or breakage takes place.
No: The normal level evaluation takes
place, with quiescent current monitoring for short circuits and breakage
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Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Programming menu
Menu item
German display text
English display text
Values
Comment
Eing. R-T
Ruhekontakt
Input R-T norm.
closed
Yes/No
Only takes effect when „R-T input without
noise level“ = yes was selected:
Yes: A contact closed to +24 V is evaluated as the quiescent state, an
open contact is evaluated as a call
state (=normally closed contact).
This means that a cable breakage
is signalled as a call and a short
circuit is not recognised.
No: The unswitched open input is
evaluated as the quiescent state, a
contact closed to +24 V is evaluated as a call state (=normally open
contact). This means that a short
circuit is signalled as a call and a
cable breakage is not recognised.
Telephone call display text
Anzeige Tel-ruf:
Auswahl aus:
Telefonruf
externer Alarm
Brandalarm
Disp. Tel.Call:
Auswahl aus:
Telephone call
External Call
Fire alarm
Diagnostic inputs
function
Dia-Eingaenge
aendern
Change Dia-Input
Yes/No
Yes: The following points for using diagnostic call inputs as inputs for bed
call buttons are offered.
No: The following menu items are
skipped, already selected values
remain saved and will take effect.
D1
Eing. D1 als
Ruf Bett 1
Input D1 as
call B1
Yes/No
Yes: Input D1 is evaluated as the call
button for bed 1
No: Input D1 is evaluated as a diagnostic input
D2
Eing. D2 als
Ruf Bett 2
Input D2 as
call B2
Yes/No
Yes: Input D2 is evaluated as the call
button for bed 2
No: Input D2 is evaluated as a diagnostic input
D3
Eing. D3 als
Ruf Bett 3
Input D3 as
call B3
Yes/No
Yes: Input D3 is evaluated as the call
button for bed 3
No: Input D3 is evaluated as a diagnostic input
D4
Eing. D4 als
Ruf Bett 4
Input D4 as
call B4
Yes/No
Yes: Input D4 is evaluated as the call
button for bed 4
No: Input D4 is evaluated as a diagnostic input
Eing. D4 als
FRAGE-Taste
Input D4 as
ENQUIRY
Yes/No
Only takes effect when „Input D4 as bed
4 call“ and „As QUERY button“ = no have
been selected:
Yes: A contact closed to +24 V is evaluated as the quiescent state, an
open contact is evaluated as a call
state (=normally closed contact).
This means that a cable breakage
is signalled as a call and a short
circuit is not recognised.
No: The unswitched open input is
evaluated as the quiescent state, a
contact closed to +24 V is evaluated as a call state (=normally open
contact). This means that a short
circuit is signalled as a call and a
cable breakage is not recognised.
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Selection of the text displayed for a telephone call.
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Programming menu
Menu item
German display text
English display text
Values
Comment
Level evaluation of
input D4
Eing. D4 ohne
Stoerpegel
Input D4 no
fault det.
Yes/No
Only takes effect when „Input D4 as bed
4 call“ and „As QUERY button“ = no have
been selected:
Yes: The level evaluation is done without
a noise level, termination resistors
are not required, a simple contact
without termination can be connected.
WARNING: This means that no cable
monitoring for short circuits or breakage takes place.
No: Normal level monitoring takes
place, with quiescent current monitoring for short circuits and cable
breaks in diagnostic sockets.
Eing. D4
Ruhekontakt
Input D4 norm.
closed
Yes/No
Only takes effect when „Input D4 without
noise level“ = yes was selected:
Yes: A contact closed to +24 V is evaluated as the quiescent state, an
open contact is evaluated as a call
state (=normally closed contact).
This means that a cable breakage
is signalled as a call and a short
circuit is not recognised.
No: The unswitched open input is
evaluated as the quiescent state, a
contact closed to +24 V is evaluated as a call state (=normally open
contact). This means that a short
circuit is signalled as a call and a
cable breakage is not recognised.
Special BG3 button
BG3 Sondertaste
passiv
BG3 spec. func.
button pas.
Yes/No
Yes: The special button is not evaluated
by the room terminal.
No: Normal special button operation:
LED flashes, numbers can be
entered.
Encashment function
Inkassofunktion
aktiv
Charging funct.
active
Yes/No
Yes: Encashment operation – Use of TV
and telephone dependent on the
encashment chip
No: Operation without encashment
function – TV and telephone are
freely available.
Display of account
information at BG
(operating device)
BG Kontostandsanzeige
Show account on
BG
Yes/No
Only if the encashment function is active:
Yes: The BG display shows the account
status when the chip is inserted.
No: The BG display only shows the time
and never the account status, even
when the chip is inserted.
Special TV functions
TV-Funktionen
TV functions
Yes/No
Yes: The following special functions for TV
operation are offered for selection.
No: The following special functions are
skipped, already selected values
remain saved and will take effect.
TV free
TV kostenlos
TV free of
charge
Yes/No
Only takes effect when „Encashment active“:
Yes: The TV function is available free of
charge despite encashment operation.
No: TV operation only according to the
specifications of the encashment chip.
External TV control
TV-Steuerung
extern
TV control
externally
Yes/No
Yes: The TV device is externally controlled. A control signal at the TVE terminal of the BAE3 indicates that the
TV is switched on and switches on
the TV sound for the BG.
No: The TV is controlled by the room
terminal via a TVE control unit.
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Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Programming menu
Menu item
German display text
English display text
Values
Comment
External TV enable
TV-Freigabe
extern
TV enable
externally
Yes/No
Only when „External TV control“ = no
Yes: TV operation is only available when
an enable signal is present at the
TVE terminal of the BAE3.
No: Normal operation
TV button switches
only the TV sound
TV-Tast schaltet
nur Ton
TV button contr.
sound only
Yes/No
Only when „External TV control“ = no
Yes: The TV device is controlled by a
foreign system. The control device
TV button only switches on the TV
sound.
No: Normal operation
TV sound coupling
TV-Ton ueber BAE
TV audio input
at BAE
Yes/No
Yes: The TV sound is coupled to terminals TVa/TVb of the BAE3.
No: Normal operation – The TV sound
is coupled to the terminals R6a/R6b
(for TV1) or R5a/R5b (for TV2)
of the VZT2.
Assignment of beds
to TV2
TV2-Zuordnung
zu Betten
Assign beds to
TV2
Yes/No
Yes: For every bed (no. 1 to 6), the
following item asks whether TV2
should be assigned to each bed.
No: The assignment query for every
bed is skipped. The previous
assignments remain unchanged.
Betten zu TV2:
Bett 1
beds for TV2:
bed 1
Yes/No
Only queried when „TV2 assignment“ =
yes was selected: For bed 1 to bed 6
Yes: The bed is assigned TV2
(default: beds 4,5,6)
No: The bed is assigned TV1
(default: beds 1,2,3)
Number of available
TV channels
TV Kanalanzahl
Number of
TV-channels
1 – 98
The entry of larger channel numbers at BG3
is denied. When using a BG3M for channel
selection via the „P+“ or „P.“ buttons, this
controls the wrap-around from the largest
channel to channel 1 and vice-versa.
Default: 32
Programming completion display
Neue Werte
übernehmen
Save new
settings
Accept via simultaneous pressing of the
call and doctor call buttons.
Deny by pressing the query button.
Terminal
ruecksetzen?
Terminal reset?
Appears when no values have been
changed or changes have not been
adopted. Simultaneous pressing of the
call and doctor call buttons causes a
restart. Appears for 3 s after cancelling
without changes/restart.
Einstellungen Ende
Settings end
Appears for 3 s at the end of the parameter query.
As a result of a call query, or for other reasons, it may be necessary for a nurse to visit a room. To do this, after the query
(room based) or conversation with the patient (room-wise
intercom) the call is ended at the room/duty room module with
display not via the off button but rather via the nurse request
button. As a result, the green presence lamp in the room signal
light of the associated room blinks until the call has been completed and also the group signal lights (if present)
and also the green reminder LED in the call cancel button of
the corresponding room. The display on corridor displays is
separately described in the section on corridor displays.
Parameter query
completion display
Call request
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
The call request is cancelled by setting the respective presence in the room.
Note! Call requests can only be set via the room/duty room
module with display.
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Description of components
Setting the monitoring range in the menu
Display of room 01
If gaps exist in the programming (e.g. monitoring range of
rooms 1 – 25) and room 20 does not exist, then room 20 is
indicated as being missing.
Entry of the lowest room address on the station bus to be monitored.
When a fixed monitoring range is set then no „learn process“
is required.
Display of room 119
Recommendation
Entering 0...0 causes the monitoring range to be automatically
learned to suit the existing installation.
Entry of the highest room address on the station bus to be
monitored.
Learning the existing rooms of the own station
A monitoring range of 0...1 must have previously been entered
in the parameter menu. All possible room addresses are initially included in the monitoring. All participants connected to
the station bus have already sent for at least 10 s, i.e. they are
connected and are supplied with power.
In this procedure all existing room addresses are learnt.
To finally save these learned room addressed it is necessary
to perform a „learn“ using the following menu item. This action
learns all existing room addresses and saves them in memory.
The room addresses remain stored there until a new „learn“ is
performed. The stored room addresses are still accessed after
a power failure. Learning must not be repeated after a power
failure.
The learn procedure can be started either via a button connected to an input of the station transfer point or via the
menu of the room/duty room module (No. 735000). The results
of the most recent learn procedure are stored in the station
transfer point and the room/duty room module.
Consequences
Dropout/Malfunction monitoring only occurs for the learnt
rooms. If additional rooms are integrated then, after installation
and programming, another learn process is necessary.
Note! If the „Learn procedure“ is not performed, then
after a power cut the SUD will automatically test all room
addresses including the fixed address range (1 –121). All
addresses that are not present are signalled as dropouts.
Conclusion
When setting a monitoring range of 0…X a „Learn procedure“
is absolutely necessary. Successful „learning“ is indicated by
„Station state has been learnt“ on the display.
Software reset
Trigger
• Changing of parameters in the menu after confirming adoption of the new values
• Pressing the nurse presence button (lower left button on the
room module) for longer than 15 s
Consequences
The room module performs a restart, all previous call, presence and call request information is deleted. The number of
existing devices is re-learnt.
Behaviour after a power cut
When power is switched on again, the room module remains in
standby mode for the first 5 s. After this waiting time, in which
the operating voltage stabilises, the room module begins nor
mal operation and the calls that existed before the operating
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voltage was switched off are once again sent or displayed.
New calls cannot be set during the first 5 s after switching on
the operating voltage.
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Programming menu
Technical data
General
Temperature range
0 – 50 °C
Maximum current consumption (without connected external consumers such
as room signal lights)
300 mA
Data preservation on power failure
10 years
Acoustic alarm loudness at 2 m
52 dBA (+/- 6 dBA)
Acoustic alarm frequency
600 Hz
Operating voltage (under load)
24 V (22 – 26 VDC tolerance)
Quiescent current consumption (all lights and LEDs off)
200 mA (+/- 10 mA tolerance)
Speech level on the wires a1/b1
1 Veff
Speech level on the wires a2/b2
1 Veff
Degree of protection
IP 20
Interfaces
Station bus a/b
4800 baud
Room bus d/t B)
2400 baud
Outputs
4 light outputs (ZL-x), short circuit protected
10 W
4 reassurance lights (BL-x), short circuit protected
20 mA
1 output for PA loudspeaker
0,5 W
Button inputs
Quiescent current monitored button inputs
8
Termination resistor to +24 V for quiescent level
3.6 kΩ (+/- 10% tolerance)
Termination resistor to +24 for message level
1.8 kΩ (+/- 10% tolerance)
For calculating the quantity and capacity of the power supplies,
the maximum current consumption of all devices connected to the
power supply (room module, lights, call button, presence/cancel
button, pull switch, peripheral devices, ...) must be added together.
The cable lengths must also be taken into account. Care
must be taken to ensure that the supply voltage lies within the
defined tolerances at all devices.
In-wall or hollow wall installation
Dismounting
Release the 4 screws fastening the circuit board in the lower housing.
Dismounting
GND
+
a
b
S
a1
4x
b1
Systemleitungszug
Rundfunk
a2
R1a
R1b
R2a
R2b
R3a
R3b
R4a
R4b
R5a
R5b
R6a
R6b
b2
1
2
Circuit board
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
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Description of components
Installation
Insertion of the circuit board in the chosen "Kaiser" socket and
then fastening with the previously remove screws. The hole
positions in the base of the "Kaiser" socket are the same as
those in the circuit board.
In-wall socket installation
GND
+
a
b
S
a1
4x
b1
Systemleitungszug
Rundfunk
a2
R1a
R1b
R2a
R2b
R3a
R3b
R4a
R4b
R5a
R5b
R6a
R6b
b2
1
2
"Kaiser" socket
(Hollow wall 9192-91)
(In-wall 1092-96)
In-wall mounting frame
(No. 735990)
Using the call system without a station transfer point
When using a call system in small environments (e.g. a single
station) without a PC or Pager/DECT telephone a station transfer point is not absolutely necessary.
However, in this situation, termination resistors must be installed
in the station bus:
This can be mounted, for example, in the duty room module.
The resistors must have a value of 680 Ω and must be connected between
Station bus „a“ to 24 VDC and station bus „b“ to GND.
A similar situation applies to room-wise intercoms. If the
required additional intercom module is not connected to the
station transfer point or a station transfer point does not exist,
then the individual speech channels must each be terminated
with a resistor.
The resistor must have a value of 10 kΩ and be connected
between
Speech
Speech
Speech
Speech
cable
cable
cable
cable
„a1“ to GND,
„a2“ to GND,
„b1“ to GND and
„b2“ to GND.
The resistors (2 pieces) are provided with delivery.
The resistors (4 pieces) are not provided in delivery.
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Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Description of components
Room module with call/cancel button and display
No. 735020
General notes
Das Zimmermodul stellt die Schnittstelle zwischen dem Stationsbus und dem Zimmerbus mit allen an diesen angeschlossenen
Geräten dar. Alle Ereignisse im Zimmer werden durch das Zimmermodul erfasst und auf den Stationsbus gesendet, so dass
die Informationen der gesamten Station zur Verfügung stehen.
An dem Zimmermodul werden die Zimmernummer und alle
weiteren, für das Zimmer wichtigen Informationen, eingestellt,
mit denen sich das Zimmermodul auf dem Stationsbus meldet.
Es darf nie mehr als ein Zimmermodul mit der gleichen Adresse
auf dem Stationsbus angemeldet sein. Bei der Einstellung der
Adressen ist deshalb mit besondererm Bedacht vorzugehen.
Warning, lethal danger!
The safety regulations of the DIN VDE 0105 standard
must be followed. Only qualified electrical personnel
may work on the devices. Always follow the state-specific regulations and guidelines. Failure to observe this
can result in a danger of fire, electric shock or destruction of the device. In the case of 230 V cables in the
vicinity, the applicable standards and guidelines relating to cable clearances must be noted and observed.
Call indication on the display
When the presence marker is set then the most important
respective call is shown on the display. It makes no difference
whether this call comes from the own station or, in duty mode
(interconnection of several stations), from a different station.
For calls having the same priority, the „oldest“ call in each case
is displayed. Instead of the rolling display of all calls, when
multiple calls occur at the same time the display shows „More
calls!“ (alternately with the call location of the most important call).
Room bus connection
Room bus
data
Station bus
data
BLS
BMI
RDF
DS
b2
GND
a2
+24V
b1
t
a1
d
b
a
All components in the room are to be connected to the room
bus. It is essential to ensure that the conductors („t“, „d“,
„+24VDC“ and „GND“) are not swapped. Connection can take
place via a room bus in a star formation or a mixed formation.
The cable length (sum of all cables) must not exceed 100 m.
A cable of type: JY (St) Y 2x2x0.8 must be used for the room
bus. The shield must be connected to each of the GND terminals. To avoid short circuits at the device, the shield must be
insulated.
GND
+24V
R-B3
R-B2
R-B1
DIA
R-B4
A-W
R-W
R-Z
ZL-R
ZL-W
ZL-S
ZL-A
BL-R
BL-B1
BL-B2
BL-B3
24 VDC
WC
Room bus
Shield
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Room bus
data
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Description of components
Station bus connection
b1
a1
+24V
t
d
b
a
All the room modules for the station must be connected to the
station bus. Stub cables are to be avoided. The station bus
should be laid as a ring cable. ELSO GmbH recommends closing the ring. This results in double data reliability. Please make
absolutely sure that the conductors („a“, „b“, „+24VDC“ and
„GND“) are not swapped. For the station bus, a cable (subsequently referred to as SYK=system cable) of type: Lapp Kabel
UNITRONIC Bus Combi EIB 2x2x0.8 + 3x1.5, or equivalent
quality, must be used. The shield must be connected to each
of the GND terminals. To avoid short circuits at the device, the
shield must be insulated.
BLS
BMI
RDF
DS
b2
GND
a2
+24V
b1
1
t
a1
a
d
b
a
GND
ZL-R
ZL-W
ZL-S
ZL-A
BL-R
BL-B1
BL-B2
BL-B3
The data cables must not exceed a length of 500 m.
For applications using a system cable (SYK) a distribution box
(see figure) is required. This is provided with delivery (-> Terminals with connection cable and fuse -> fine-wire fuse 250V /
0.25 A slow-blow).
The power supply cables of the SYK are connected to the
+24V and GND distribution box terminals. The red output cable
of the distribution box is connected to X2/Pin2 (+24 V), the blue
to X2/Pin1 (GND).
The supplied 2x2x0.8 cables are to be used for connecting to
the station bus.
+24V
R-B3
R-B2
R-B1
DIA
R-B4
A-W
R-W
R-Z
SYK2
Station bus
outgoing
SYK1
Station bus
incoming
Station bus
incoming
X4
GND
X3
X2
Twisted-pair cable
+24V
X1
Station bus
outgoing
Distributor connection
Room module
8
Room module
12
Room module
10
24 VDC
24 VDC
!
Station transfer
point
24 VDC
Further stations
Room module
2
Room module
1
Room module
10
Power supply
(adjustable from
24 to 26 VDC)
Room module
16
Room module
15
Room module
30
Room module
20
24 VDC
24 VDC
Station transfer
point
An additional 24/26 VDC power supply
with 3x1.5 is required for every 10
24 VDC
Further stations
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Room module
2
Room module
1
Applies to light call systems
without room-wise intercom.
A cable cross section of 1.5 mm2
must be ensured.
With 16 or more rooms,
additional 24 VDC supplies
are required.
Power supply
(adjustable from
24 to 26 VDC)
Room module
40
!
Applies to light call systems
without room-wise intercom.
A cable cross section of
1.5 mm2 must be ensured.
Room module
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Description of components
System monitoring
The room modules automatically recognise all devices connected to the room bus. The devices connected to the room bus
are constantly monitored. If a device does not answer, then this
is shown as a malfunction (S), with the room number, on the display of the station transfer point (No. 735200) and the duty room
module (No. 735000).
Example: S24 (Malfunction in room 24)
The room modules are monitored by the station transfer point. If
a room module does not answer, then this is shown as a dropout (A) on the display of the station transfer point (No. 735200)
and the duty room module (No. 735000) when presence is set.
Example: A24 (Dropout in room 24)
Overview of terminal assignments
X5
Language
(Terminals
for cable
path continuation))
a1
Speech cable a1 for cable path
continuation
b1
Speech cable b1 for cable path
continuation
a2
Speech cable a2 for cable path
continuation
b2
Speech cable b2 for cable path
continuation
DS
Not used
RDF
Not used
BMI
Not used
BMS
Not used
GND
Ground
+24
+24 VDC supply
t
Room bus t-cable
d
Room bus d-cable
b
Station bus b-cable
a
Station bus a-cable
R-Z
Room call input
R-W
Not used
A-W
Not used
D4
R-B4/S1
Not used
X2
Data
X4
Inputs
X3
Outputs
Dia
Not used
D1
R-B1/R-Tel
Not used
D2
R-B2/R-W2
Not used
D3
R-B3/A-W2
Not used
ZL-R
Room call light (red) output (24
VDC/10 W)
ZL-W
WC call light (white) output (24
VDC/10 W)
ZL-S
Nurse presence light (green) output (24 VDC/10 W)
ZL-A
Doctor light output (24 VDC/
10 W) acoustic alarm or other
signal
BL-R
Room call reassurance light
(24 VDC/20 mA)
BL-B1
Not used
BL-B2
Not used
BL-B3
Not used
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
X5
X2
Display
contrast
R-B3
R-B2
R-B1
DIA
R-B4
A-W
R-W
R-Z
X4
X3
ZL-R
ZL-W
ZL-S
ZL-A
BL-R
BL-B1
BL-B2
BL-B3
Description
BLS
BMI
RDF
DS
b2
a2
b1
a1
Function
GND
+24V
t
d
b
a
Connection
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Description of components
Room call inputs (R-Z) ‡ Malfunction display
The connectable external call cable (R-Z) can be used for connecting foreign devices. If it was activated in the main menu,
this input is level monitored (see following table).
The four possible levels are interpreted differently depending
on the application. Levels outside the quiescent or messaging
range are signalled as malfunctions:
Input level
Input level
Short to GND
3,6 kΩ
1,8 kΩ
Short to +24 VDC
Assignment of the terminal voltage to level
range
Less than 8.9 V
8.9 V to less than
13.0 V
13.0 V to less
than 18.4 V
18,4 V to 24 V
Room call input R-Z
Malfunction
Quiescent state
Call
Malfunction
An output is available at terminal BL-T to provide acknowledgement of a successfully triggered room call via the R-Z input
and, for example, a reassurance lamp (maximum load 24
VDC/20 mA) can be connected to this output.
Display
• Bit malfunction in log is set
• When the nurse presence button is held pressed for longer
than 5 s, the cause of the malfunction is shown on the display. If no malfunction exists then the message “No malfunction” is displayed.
• If the nurse presence button is held pressed for longer than
15 s, then a software reset takes place (see software reset
section).
Malfunction cancelling
Correcting malfunctions
Connection of external room signal lights
External room signal lights (e.g. room signal lights, room signal
lights with door name plate or other room signal lights) can be
connected to the illustrated room module outputs. The outputs
can be loaded to a maximum of 10 W (24 VDC/400 mA).
BLS
BMI
RDF
DS
b2
GND
a2
+24V
b1
t
a1
d
b
a
This connection example is intended as a reference case
for the many different types of room signal lights and only
illustrates the connection principle.
White
WC call
Red
Room or bed call
Green
Nurse present
R-B3
R-B2
R-B1
DIA
R-B4
A-W
R-W
R-Z
ZL-R
ZL-W
ZL-S
ZL-A
BL-R
BL-B1
BL-B2
BL-B3
Programming of parameters via the menu
The light call parameters required for a special application can
be set in the parameter menu. For example, the function of the
buttons on the front panel, the own address (room address),
group address and the function of the (call) inputs used.
Unused inputs must always be deactivated, otherwise malfunctions will be signalled.
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Standby mode/Default parameters
When first commissioning the room module this is set to an
address of 0. With this address the room module is in standby
mode; a corresponding message blinks on the display and
no own messages are sent on the station bus, which means
that the room module is not visible to the light call system. The
remain values are set according to the information in the table
(see following pages). These default values are loaded whenever and address of 0 is set for the room module is or when an
EEPROM error is discovered while reading or writing the light
call parameters.
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Description of components
Begin programming
You can see a large green (presence) and a red (call) button
surface on the front side. Microswitches are located to the left
and right under the coloured surfaces (see figure). No presence markings may be set before the programming process
can be started. Call button one (upper right button: B. u. r.) is
first pressed and held (!), then call button two (Upper left button: B. u. l.) is pressed and held (!) and then, within 1- 3 s, the
presence button (button lower right: B. l. r.) is briefly pressed
(for less than 1 s). The call buttons can then be released.
The display appears
If one of the buttons to be held is accidentally released too
soon then the message “Programming cancelled” is displayed.
Button upper left
(B.u.l.)
Button upper right
(B.u.r.)
Button lower left
(B.l.l.)
Button upper right
(B.l.r.)
Function of the buttons in the programming menu
Briefly pressing (and releasing) the cancel button (B. l. r.)
brings you to the next programming step. Pressing for longer
than approx. 1 s brings you to the previous programming step.
The parameter to be set and its current value are displayed.
The call buttons (B. u. l.) and (B. u. r.) are used to change the
parameters.
The call button (B. u. r.) increases the parameter value or
moves forward in a selection list, the call button (B. u. l.) reduces the parameter value or moves backwards in a selection list.
Pressing for longer than 1 s causes continuous incrementing of
a value or continuous selection through a list.
Ending the programming
If parameters were changed during the programming procedure, after the last programming step the query “Save new
values?” is displayed.
The programming procedure can be cancelled at any point
without saving any changed values by holding the cancel button (B. l. l.) pressed for 2 s. Programming is also cancelled
when nothing is pressed for three minutes.
Briefly pressing the cancel button (B. l. r.) exists the programming procedure without saving any changed values.
Simultaneously pressing the call buttons (B. u. l. and B. u.
r.) saves the new values in the EEPROM, the room module
performs a restart and now runs using the new parameter values. At this point any pending calls and call requests are
deleted.
Light call behaviour while programming
During the programming process, the light call operation of the
terminal continues largely unchanged.
All devices connected to the room bus continue their normal
operation. After the programming process has begun, nurse
presence can also be marked.
Only limitations:
• The internal call button and the presence button are used for
programming (devices connected to the room bus continue
their normal operation).
• Only acoustic call forwarding takes place, since the display
is reserved for the programming process.
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Description of components
Programming menu
No presence may be marked. The parameter query is activated
by pressing and holding the call button (B. u. r.) (for at least 1
s) and pressing the cancel button (B. l. r.) at the same time.
In a similar manner to the programming procedure, pressing
the call button (B. u. r.) queries the current values of the individual parameters. However, changes cannot be made here.
Menu item
Display text
After displaying the last parameter the message „Cancel programming“ is displayed. The parameter query is also cancelled
when no buttons are pressed for 3 minutes or when the cancel
button (B. l. l.) is pressed for approx. 1 s. The same limitations
as above apply to the light call behaviour.
Values
Comment
MZT4-nn,
Settings
Programming start
MZT4-nn,
Programming
Language
Language
xxxx
German/
Slovene
Default: German
Adress
Adress
nnn
0 – 121
(Default: 0)
Addresses 1 - 99 are possible
100 - 121 special addresses
Address 0: Standby mode
Direction arrow
group
Direction arrow
group nn
0 – 15
(Default: 0)
Group signal lights connected to the room bus of a room
module are always active when a room module with the same
direction arrow sends a call.
Speech active
Speech active
xxxx
Yes/No
Default: no
Call group number
Call group
Room
0 – 15
(Default: 0)
If call groups are not planned, then always set this value to
0. There is call forwarding only in rooms with an identical call
group.
Gen. announcement
active
Listen to gen.
announcements:
xxxx
Yes/No
Default: Yes (please do not change)
Comment: not used
Doctor call
Doctor functions
Active: xxxx
Yes/No
Default: no
Function of internal
buttons
Distress call funct.
Active: xxxx
Yes/No
Can be selected only when doctor functions are not active
IntEin R-Z as
WC call: xxxx
IntEin A-S as
WC cancel: xxxx
Yes/No
Default: no
Yes/No
Can be selected only if R-Z is activated as WC call
For emergency call
cancel
Presence on xxxx
Yes/No
Default: no
Yes: After an emergency call, the presence button is
pressed and the nurse creates the presence status.
When leaving the room, she must press the cancel button once more.
No: In an emergency call, the presence button is pressed
and the nurse cancels the call = Nurse leaves the
room.
Call&ident cancel
With A-W: xxxx
Yes/No
Can be selected only if A-S is activated as WC cancel
Listen to nurse
announcement xxxx
Yes/No
Default: yes
Cancel R-WC
With S pres. xxxx
Yes/No
Default: yes
Yes: there is no separate cancel button in the WC
No: there is a separate cancel button in the WC
WC call with pres.
as emergency call
xxxx
Yes/No
Default: no
Telephone call
active xxxx
Yes/No
Default: no
Nurse call functions
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Description of components
Main menu
Assignment ext.
Inputs
Display text
Values
Comment
Telephone call with
presence xxxx
Yes/No
Can be selected only when telephone call is actively selected
Input R_T without
noise level xxxx
Yes/No
Default: no
Ext. input call
active xxxx
Yes/No
Default: no
Please do not change „no“
Input R-Z without
noise level xxxx
Yes/No
Default: no
Please do not change „no“
Ext. input WC
active xxxx
Yes/No
Default: no
Please do not change „no“
Ext. input A-W
active xxxx
Yes/No
Default: no
Please do not change „no“
Ext. input DIA
active xxxx
Input DIA without
noise level xxxx
Yes/No
Default: no
Please do not change „no“
Default: no
Please do not change „no“
Yes/No
Input D1 as
Call bed 1 xxx
Not used
Call bed 1
Telephone call
Default: not used
Please do not change „not used“
Input D2 as
Call bed 2 xxx
Not used
Call bed 2
Call WC2
Default: not used
Please do not change „not used“
Input D3 as
Call bed 3 xxx
Not used
Call bed 3
WC2 cancel
Default: not used
Please do not change „not used“
Input D4 as
Call bed 4 xxx
Not used
Call bed 4
Presence S1
Default: not used
Please do not change „not used“
Acoustic alarm
output
Acoustic alarm output ZL-A
Yes/No
Default: no
Output for external acoustic alarm/signalling
Special texts
(from Version
MZT4-23)
Sondertext ab
Z-Adr. 100 xxx
Yes/No
Default: no
Yes: The texts selected at the appropriate inputs of the SUD
and the addresses 50-59 of the SUD are displayed.
This affects the addresses 100-119 (inputs) and station address 50-59. For text selection see the „SUD“
description.
No: The addresses without texts are displayed.
R-Z input (timelimited detection of
contacts present at
the room call input)
R-Z activation
Start time xxx
00:00
Start time of contact detection
Contacts are detected at the input R-Z and displayed as „call“
only in the time between the start and end time, e.g. in night
operation when certain areas are not supposed to be entered
or when a call is to be triggered upon entering/leaving.
R-Z activation
End time xxx
00:00
End time of contact detection
Beds to TV2
From bed n
1–6
Default: 4
Room radio from
bed n
0–6
Default: 0
0: No room radio
TV limit /
room radio
Final display
Apply new
values?
Cancel programming
Important note! Fields with a grey background represent features that are in preparation. To avoid malfunctions, the default
values must be left as they are unless a different setting is prescribed.
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
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Description of components
Call request
As a result of a call query, or for other reasons, it may be necessary for a nurse to visit a room. To do this, after the query
(room based) or conversation with the patient (room-wise
intercom) the call is ended at the room/duty room module with
display not via the off button but rather via the nurse request
button. As a result, the green presence light in the room signal
light belonging to the room and also in the group signal lights
(if present) and also the green reminder LED in the call/cancel button of the corresponding room all blink until the call is
answered.
The display on corridor displays is separately described in the
section on corridor displays. The call request is cancelled by
setting the respective presence in the room.
Note! Call requests can only be set via the room/duty room
module with display.
Software reset
Triggered by:
• Changing of parameters in the menu after confirming adoption of the new values.
• Pressing the cancel button (T. u. l.) for longer than 15 s.
Consequences
The room module performs a restart. All previous call, presence
and call request information is deleted. The number of existing
devices is re-learnt.
Behaviour after a power cut
When power is switched on again, the room module remains in
standby mode for the first 5 s. After this waiting time, in which
the operating voltage stabilises, the room module begins normal operation and the calls that existed before the operating
voltage was switched off are once again sent or displayed.
New calls cannot be set during the first 5 s after switching on
the operating voltage.
Technical data
General
Temperature range
0 – 50 °C
Maximum current consumption (without connected external consumers such
as room signal lights)
120 mA
Data preservation (device settings) after a power failure
10 years
Acoustic alarm loudness at 2 m
52 dBA (+/- 6 dBA)
Acoustic alarm frequency
600 Hz
Operating voltage (under load)
24 V (22 – 26 VDC tolerance)
Quiescent current consumption (all lights and LEDs off)
80 mA (+/- 10 mA tolerance)
Speech level on the wires a1/b1
1 Veff
Speech level on the wires a2/b2
1 Veff
Fine-wire fuse in distributor
0.25 A/250 V slow-blow
Degree of protection IP 20
Interfaces
Station bus a/b
4800 baud
Room bus d/t B)
2400 baud
Outputs
4 light outputs (ZL-x), short circuit protected at 24 VDC
400 mA per output
4 reassurance lights (BL-x), short circuit protected at 24 VDC
20 mA per output
1 output for PA loudspeaker at 24 VDC
0.5 W
Button inputs
Quiescent current monitored button inputs
8
Termination resistor to +24 V for quiescent level
3.6 kΩ (+/- 10% tolerance)
Termination resistor to +24 V for message level
1.8 kΩ (+/- 10% tolerance)
For calculating the quantity and capacity of the power supplies,
the maximum current consumption of all devices connected to the
power supply (room module, lights, call button, presence/cancel
button, pull switch, peripheral devices, ...) must be added together.
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The cable lengths must also be taken into account. Care
must be taken to ensure that the supply voltage lies within the
defined tolerances at all devices.
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Description of components
Room module with call/cancel button
No. 735030
General notes
The room module represents the interface between the station bus and the room bus with all the connected devices. All
events in the room are acquired by the room module and sent
to the station bus so that this information is available to the
entire station. The room number and all other important room
information sent on the station bus by the room module are set
at the room module. Room modules with the same address
must never be connected to the station bus. Special care must
therefore be taken when setting the room module addresses.
Warning, lethal danger!
The safety regulations of the DIN VDE 0105 standard
must be followed. Only qualified electrical personnel
may work on the devices. Always follow the state-specific regulations and guidelines. Failure to observe this
can result in a danger of fire, electric shock or destruction of the device. In the case of 230 V cables in the
vicinity, the applicable standards and guidelines relating to cable clearances must be noted and observed.
DIP switch and programming
DIP switch S 1
No. 1-4 Group signal lights: All room modules with the same
group address set here = binary number (0 – 15) form
a range with the same collective display on the group
signal lights. The group signal lights must be connected to the room bus. The settings are performed in the
same way as the room address.
DIP1
DIP2
8
8
If groups are not to be used, then the DIP switches should
be left in the factory settings = address 0 (1 – 4 set ON).
No. 7
Not used
ON:
Factory setting, please do not change
No. 8
Not used
ON:
Factory setting, please do not change
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1
Deletion of the call request
ON:
Deletion of the call request is only possible via
the nurse presence/cancel button (factory setting)
OFF : The call request can be deleted via the nurse
presence/cancel button and also the WC cancel button.
ON
Recommendation: OFF position
No. 6
X5
Learn
button
GND
+24V
t
d
b
a
OFF :
WC call cancel only possible via WC cancel
button (factory setting)
also via the nurse presence button
1
ON:
ON
No. 5
X1
6
X4
1
DIP switch S 2
No. 1-7 Address of the room module on the station bus
(factory setting 1 – 7 = ON)
Binary number from 0 – 127 (1 , 2o ..... 7 , 26),
ON=0, OFF=1 (for DIP switch table see page 95)
Only addresses 0 – 99 are available per room.
No. 8
Not used
ON:
Factory setting, please do not change
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Description of components
Overview of room module terminal assignments
1
GND
Ground
2
+24
+24 VDC supply
3
t
Room bus t-cable
4
d
Room bus d-cable
5
b
Station bus b-cable
6
a
Station bus a-cable
1
R-Z
Room call input
2
R-W
Not used
3
A-W
Not used
4
S1
Not used
5
Dia
Not used
6
R-B1
Not used
7
R-B2
Not used
8
R-B3
Not used
1
ZL-R
Room call light (red) output (24 VDC/10 W)
2
ZL-W
WC call light (white) output
(24 VDC/10 W)
3
ZL-S
Nurse presence light
(green) output (24 VDC/10
W)
X5
Learnbutton
GND
+24V
t
d
b
a
X1
Doctor light output (24
VDC/10 W) acoustic alarm
or other signal
5
BL-R
Room call reassurance
lamp (24 VDC/20 mA)
6
BL-B1
Not used
7
BL-B2
Not used
8
BL-B3
Not used
1
R-B3
R-B2
R-B1
DIA
R-B4
A-W
R-W
R-Z
X3
X2
8
1
ZL-R
ZL-W
ZL-S
ZL-A
BL-R
BL-B1
BL-B2
BL-B3
ZL-A
X4
1
4
6
8
X3
Outputs
DIP2
1
X2
Inputs
DIP1
1
X1
Data
8
Description
ON
Function
ON
Pin
8
Terminal
Level evaluation of the inputs
The connectable external call cable (R-Z) can be used for
connecting foreign devices. This input is level monitored (see
following table).
The four possible levels are interpreted differently depending
on the application. Levels outside the quiescent or messaging
range are signalled as malfunctions:
Input level
Input function
Short to GND
3.6 kΩ
1.8 kΩ
+24 V
Assignment of the terminal voltage to level
range
Less than 8.9 V
8.9 V to less than
13.0 V
13.0 V to less
than 18.4 V
18.4 V to 24 V
R-Z
Malfunction
Quiescent state
Call
Malfunction
* Without noise level
Quiescent state
Quiescent state
Call
Call
An output is available at terminal BL-R to provide acknowledgement of a successfully triggered room call via the R-Z
input and, for example, a reassurance lamp (maximum load 24
VDC/20 mA) can be connected to this output.
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Description of components
Learning the inputs
Unconnected or unterminated call inputs generate a malfunction message. Unused input functions must therefore be deactivated. Double-pressing the „Learn“ button (two button presses
within 0.5 s) causes the current state of the call inputs to be
evaluated: Input functions with a „Null“ level are then deactivated*, only the inputs with a level unequal to the lowest level
range remain active. This current state is saved in EEPROM
and remains valid until the next learn procedure is started.
*Exceptions
The R-Z input function is not deactivated when a „Null“ level is
present but rather operated without cable monitoring (alternative level evaluation „Without noise level“). After „Learning“ the
used inputs the room module with call/cancel button performs
a restart. All previous call, presence and call request information is deleted. The devices connected to the room bus are
re-learnt.
Replacing a room module for servicing purposes
The connection terminals are pluggable to make replacement
of a room module easier. Once power has been removed from
the room module, and this has been pulled from the supporting
ring, the terminal strips can be pulled from the pin strips.
Extreme care should be taken when doing this: The high contact forces present a danger of bending or damaging the pins.
Room bus connection
All components in the room are to be connected to the room
bus. It is essential to ensure that the conductors („t“, „d“,
„+24VDC“ and „GND“) are not swapped.
DIP1
DIP2
8
8
X5
Connection can take place via a room bus in a star formation or
a mixed formation.
1
ON
1
Lerntaster
GND
+24V
t
d
b
a
Room bus
data
A cable of type: JY (St) Y 2x2x0.8 must be used for the room
bus. The shield must be connected to each of the GND terminals. To avoid short circuits at the device, the shield must be
insulated.
a1
ON
The cable length (sum of all cables) must not exceed 100 m.
Station bus
data
X1
6
X4
1
X2
+24V
8
GND
1
X3
8
R-B3
R-B2
R-B1
DIA
R-B4
A-W
R-W
R-Z
1
ZL-R
ZL-W
ZL-S
ZL-A
BL-R
BL-B1
BL-B2
BL-B3
0834
24 VDC
WC
Room bus
Shield
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Room data
bus
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Description of components
ON
Station bus connection
DIL2
8
1
ON
6
X4
1
X2
+24V
8
GND
1
X3
8
R-B3
R-B2
R-B1
DIA
R-B4
A-W
R-W
R-Z
1
ZL-R
ZL-W
ZL-S
ZL-A
BL-R
BL-B1
BL-B2
BL-B3
For applications using a system cable (SYK) a distribution box
(see distribution box figure) is required. This is provided with
delivery (-> Terminals with connection cable and fuse -> finewire fuse 250V / 0.25 A slow-blow). The power supply cables of
the SYK are connected to the +24 V and GND distribution box
terminals. The red output cable of the distributor is connected
to X1/Pin2 (+24 V), the blue to X1/Pin1 (GND). The supplied
system cable 2x2x0.8 must be used for connecting to the station bus.
6
GND
ND
+24V
+24V
t
d
b
a
X1
X
The data cables must not exceed a length of 500 m.
X5
1
ON
O
Lerntaster
+24V
t
d
b
a
DIL1
8
All the room modules for the station must be connected to the
station bus. Stub cables are to be avoided. The station bus
should be laid as a ring cable. ELSO GmbH recommends closing the ring. This results in double data reliability. Please make
absolutely sure that the conductors („a“, „b“, „+24VDC“ and
„GND“) are not swapped. For the station bus, a cable (subsequently referred to as SYK=system cable) of type: Lapp Kabel
UNITRONIC Bus Combi EIB 2x2x0.8 + 3x1.5, or equivalent
quality, must be used. The shield must be connected to each
of the GND terminals. To avoid short circuits at the device, the
shield must be insulated.
SYK2
Station bus
outgoing
SYK1
Station bus
incoming
Station bus
incoming
X4
GND
X3
X2
Twisted-pair cable
+24V
X1
Station bus
outgoing
Twisted-pair cable
Room module
8
Room module
12
Room module
10
24 VDC
24 VDC
!
Station transfer
point
24 VDC
Further stations
Room module
2
Room module
1
Room module
10
Power supply
(adjustable from
24 to 26 VDC)
Room module
16
Room module
15
Room module
30
Room module
20
24 VDC
24 VDC
Station transfer
point
An additional 24/26 VDC power supply
with 3x1.5 is required for every 10
24 VDC
Further stations
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Room module
2
Room module
1
Applies to light call systems
without room-wise intercom.
A cable cross section of 1.5 mm2
must be ensured.
With 16 or more rooms,
additional 24 VDC supplies
are required.
Power supply
(adjustable from
24 to 26 VDC)
Room module
40
!
Applies to light call systems
without room-wise intercom.
A cable cross section of
1.5 mm2 must be ensured.
Room module
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Description of components
Malfunction display
Malfunctions are displayed at the station transfer point and, if
activated, the duty room module. Malfunctions are displayed
when the inputs have not been deactivated via the learn button or are not terminated with a 3.6 kΩ termination resistor.
Another possible cause of a malfunction message is a faulty
or unlearned device on the room bus.
Display
Bit fault set in log -> Shown on the station transfer point/duty
room module display.
Malfunction cancelling
Correct malfunction -> check and establish the required level
at the input -> Press the learn button to deactivate inputs or
swap faulty devices on the room bus.
Connection of external room signal lights
External room signal lights (e.g. room signal lights, room signal
lights with door name plate or other room signal lights) can be
connected to the illustrated room module outputs. The outputs
can be loaded to a maximum of 10 W (24 VDC/400 mA).
DIL2
8
8
X5
1
ON
Learn
button
GND
+24V
t
d
b
a
Learn
button
1
ON
This connection example is intended as a reference case
for the many different types of room signal lights and only
illustrates the connection principle.
DIL1
X1
6
X4
Green
Nurse present
1
X2
1
X3
8
R-B3
R-B2
R-B1
DIA
R-B4
A-W
R-W
R-Z
Red
Room or
bed call
8
1
ZL-R
ZL-W
ZL-S
ZL-A
BL-R
BL-B1
BL-B2
BL-B3
Call request
As a result of a call query, or for other reasons, it may be necessary for a nurse to visit a room. To do this, after the query
(room based) or conversation with the patient (room-wise
intercom) the call is ended at the room/duty room module with
display not via the off button but rather via the nurse request
button. As a result of this, the green presence light in the room
signal light associated with the room and in the group signal
lights (if present) blink until the call is answered, as well as
the green reminder LED in the call/cancel button of the
corresponding room. The display on corridor displays is separately described in the section on corridor displays. The call
request is cancelled by setting the respective presence in the
room.
Note! Call requests can only be set via the room/duty
room module with display.
Software reset
Trigger
Changing of the DIP switch settings
Double-pressing the „Learn“ button
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Consequences
The room module performs a restart. All previous call, presence
and call request information is deleted. The number of existing
devices is re-learnt.
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Description of components
System monitoring
The room modules automatically recognise all devices connected to the room bus. The devices connected to the room
bus are constantly monitored. If a device does not answer, then
this is shown as a malfunction (S), with the room number, on
the display of the station transfer point (No. 735200) and the
duty room module (No. 735000).
Example: S24 (Malfunction in room 24)
The room modules are monitored by the station transfer point. If
a room module does not answer, then this is shown as a dropout (A) on the display of the station transfer point (No. 735200)
and the duty room module (No. 735000) when presence is set.
Example: A24 (Dropout in room 24)
Display
Bit fault set in log -> Shown on the station transfer point/duty
room module display.
Behaviour after a power cut
When power is switched on again, the room module remains in
standby mode for the first 5 s. After this waiting time, in which
the operating voltage stabilises, the room module begins normal operation and the calls that existed before the operating
voltage was switched off are once again sent or displayed.
New calls cannot be set during the first 5 s after switching on
the operating voltage.
Technical data
General values
Temperature range
0 – 50 °C
Maximum current consumption (without connected external consumers such
as room signal lights)
100 mA
Data preservation (device settings) after a power failure
10 years
Acoustic alarm loudness at 2 m
52 dbA (+/- 6 dbA)
Acoustic alarm frequency
600 Hz
Operating voltage (under load)
24 V (22 – 26 VDC tolerance)
Quiescent current consumption (all lights and LEDs off)
70 mA (+/- 10 mA tolerance)
Fine-wire fuse in distributor
0.25 A/250 V slow-blow
Degree of protection IP 20
Interfaces
Station bus a/b
4800 Baud
Room bus d/t B)
2400 Baud
Outputs
4 light outputs (ZL-x), short circuit protected at 24 VDC
400 mA per output
4 reassurance lights (BL-x), short circuit protected at 24 VDC
20 mA per output
Button inputs
Quiescent current monitored button inputs
8
Termination resistor to +24 for quiescent level
3.6 kΩ (+/- 10 % tolerance)
Termination resistor to +24 for message level
1.8 kΩ (+/- 10 % tolerance)
For calculating the quantity and capacity of the power supplies,
the maximum current consumption of all devices connected
to the power supply (room modules, lights, call button, presence/cancel button, pull switch, peripheral devices, ...) must be
added together.
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The cable lengths must also be taken into account. Care
must be taken to ensure that the supply voltage lies within the
defined tolerances at all devices.
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Description of components
Room module with room signal light
No. 735040
General notes
The room module represents the interface between the station bus and the room bus with all the connected devices. All
events in the room are acquired by the room module and sent
to the station bus so that this information is available to the
entire station. The room number and all other important room
information sent on the station bus by the room module are set
at the room module. Room modules with the same address
must never be connected to the station bus. Special care must
therefore be taken when setting the room module addresses.
Warning, lethal danger!
The safety regulations of the DIN VDE 0105 standard
must be followed. Only qualified electrical personnel
may work on the devices. Always follow the state-specific regulations and guidelines. Failure to observe this
can result in a danger of fire, electric shock or destruction of the device. In the case of 230 V cables in the
vicinity, the applicable standards and guidelines relating to cable clearances must be noted and observed.
DIP switch and jumpers
Position of jumper X4
R-B
t
Left „ON“: (factory setting)
24 Volt supply switched on
BL-B
d
b a
Jumper x5
24 V
on off
Jumper x4
Right „OFF“:
24 Volt supply for the room module and the entire room installation is switched off. This should always be switched over for
servicing / de-installation purposes.
x6
Settings for jumpers X5a and X5b
1 2 3
off
on
S1
8
1
8
1
off
on
S2
Down: Factory setting:
The two jumpers must connect terminals BL-B/d and R-B/t in
order to connect devices via the room bus.
Up:
This jumper setting must not be selected -> Malfunction!
DIP switch S 1
No. 1 – 7 Address of the room module on the station bus
(factory setting 1 – 7 = ON)
Binary number from 0 – 127 (1 , 2o ..... 7 , 26),
ON=0, OFF=1 (for DIP switch table see page 95)
Only addresses 0 – 99 are available per room.
DIP switch S 2
No. 1 – 4 Group signal lights: All room modules with the same
group address set here = binary number (0 – 15) form
a range with the same collective display on the group
signal lights. The group signal lights must be connected to the room bus. The settings are performed in
the same way as the room address (see table on last
page).
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
No. 8
Not used
ON: Factory setting, please do not change
If groups are not to be used, then the DIP switches should
be left in the factory settings = address 0 (1 – 4 set ON).
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Description of components
No. 5
if WC call function, No. 7=ON: WC call cancel
ON:
WC call cancel only possible via WC cancel
button (factory setting)
OFF : also via the nurse presence button
No. 7
OFF :
No. 8
No. 6
if WC call function, No. 7=ON: -> Deletion of the call
request
ON:
Deletion of the call request is only possible via
the nurse presence/cancel button (factory setting)
OFF : The call request can be deleted via the nurse
presence/cancel button and also the WC cancel button. Recommendation: OFF position
ON:
WC call function on -> this switch position must
be chosen (factory setting)
Not used
Not used
ON:
Factory setting, please do not change
Room module as group signal light -> Collective station display
With the following settings the room module with room signal
light functions as a group signal light that displays all calls for
the entire station, regardless of which group addresses have
been defined in the individual room modules.
1. The room address must be set to „0“ (DIP switch S1: No. 1 to
7 set to ON) -> No own protocol is generated on the station bus
2. Set the group address to „15“ (DIP switch S2: No. 1 to 4 set
to OFF)
This DIP switch setting turns the room module into a station display. The most important call at the station is displayed at the
room module. The output at terminal X10-1 is active. An acoustic alarm (maximum of 3 W) can be connected here.
If multiple groups are to be formed at the station, then proceed
according to the description of DIP switch S2 (No. 1 – 4).
Overview of room module terminal assignments
a (data „a“ station bus)
3
b (data „b“ station bus)
4
GND
1
+24 V
2
+24 V
3
d, data room bus
(terminal designation: BL-B/d)
4
t, clock room bus
(terminal designation: R-B/t)
5
GND
6
GND
1
+24 V
2
R-Z, room call
3
S1 not used
4
R-W, not used
5
A-W, not used
1
TG acoustic alarm, call forwarding
2
BL-R, not used
3
ZL-W, (white) WC call
4
ZL-S, (green) nurse
5
GND
X2
Room bus
X3
Inputs
X10
Outputs
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x1
x2
R1
+24 V
2
x10
x3
+24
R-Z
S1
R-W
A-W
1
R1
X1
Station bus
GND
GND
R-B/t
BL-B/d
+24V
+24V
Function
TG
BL-Z
ZL-W
ZL-S
GND
Pin
GND
b
a
+24V
Terminal
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Description of components
For quiescent current monitoring, all external call inputs (R-Z
and R-W) must be terminated with a 3.6 kΩ termination resistor.
This terminator is installed at the factory and must not be
removed.
Important note!
Fields with a grey background represent features that
are in preparation. To avoid malfunctions, these terminals must not be connected.
Level evaluation of the inputs
Input level
Input function
Short to GND
3.6 kΩ
1.8 kΩ
+24 V
Assignment of the terminal voltage to level
range
Less than 8.9 V
8.9 V to less than
13.0 V
13.0 V to less
than 18.4 V
18.4 V to 24 V
R-Z
Malfunction
Quiescent state
Call
Malfunction
Connection of external call buttons or contacts
For quiescent current monitoring of the call cables, all external
call inputs must be terminated with a termination resistor having a value of 3.6 kΩ.
This termination resistor is installed at the factory and must
not be removed.
Connection of unused call inputs
The unused external call inputs (R-Z, R-W) must be terminated
using a 3.6 kΩ termination resistor to +24 V. If this is not done,
then a malfunction message occurs.
Display
Bit fault set in log -> Shown on the station transfer point/duty
room module display
This termination resistor is installed at the factory and must
not be removed.
Malfunction cancelling
Correct malfunction -> Check and set the required input level
-> Insert the resistor
Malfunctions
The levels of the external call input are monitored (see table).
Levels outside the quiescent or messaging range are signalled
as malfunctions.
Soft reset
Trigger
Changing the DIP switch (every switch position on every DIP
switch)
Consequences
The room module performs a restart. All previous call, presence
and call request information is deleted. The devices connected
to the room bus are re-learnt.
System monitoring
The room modules automatically recognise all devices connected to the room bus. The devices connected to the room
bus are constantly monitored. If a device does not answer, then
this is shown as a malfunction (S), with the room number, on
the display of the station transfer point (No. 735200) and the
duty room module (No. 735000).
Example: S24 (Malfunction in room 24)
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
The room modules are monitored by the station transfer point. If
a room module does not answer, then this is shown as a dropout (A) on the display of the station transfer point (No. 735200)
and the duty room module (No. 735000).
Example: A24 (Dropout in room 24)
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Description of components
Replacing a room module for servicing purposes
The power supply of the room module is interrupted by pull
out the jumper at X4 (jumper can be parked to the right of X4).
Once power has been removed from the module and the light
chamber platform has been removed, the electronics can be
removed from the mounting and the four pluggable terminal
blocks on the rear side of the circuit board can be pulled from
the pin strips. Extreme care must be taken when doing this: The
high contact forces present a danger of bending or damaging
the pins.
Station bus connection
All the room modules for the station must be connected to the
station bus. Stub cables are to be avoided. The station bus
should be laid as a ring cable. ELSO GmbH recommends closing the ring. This results in double data reliability. Please make
absolutely sure that the conductors („a“, „b“, „+24VDC“ and
„GND“) are not swapped.
For the station bus, a cable (subsequently referred to as
SYK=system cable) of type: Lapp Kabel UNITRONIC Bus
Combi EIB 2x2x0.8 + 3x1.5, or equivalent quality, must be
used. The shield must be connected to each of the GND terminals. To avoid short circuits at the device, the shield must be
insulated. The data cables must not exceed a length of 500 m.
For applications using a system cable (SYK) a distribution box
(see figure) is required. This is provided with delivery (-> Terminals with connection cable and fuse -> fine-wire fuse 250V
/ 0.25 A slow-blow). The power supply cables of the SYK are
connected to the +24 V and GND distribution box terminals.
The red output cable of the distribution box is connected to X1/
Pin1 (+24 V), the blue to X1/Pin4 (GND). The supplied 2x2x0.8
cables are to be used for connecting to the station bus.
Station bus
incoming
X4
GND
X3
X2
Twisted-pair cable
+24V
X1
Station bus
outgoing
Distribution box connection
Room module
8
Room module
12
Room module
10
24 VDC
24 VDC
!
Station transfer
point
24 VDC
Further stations
Room module
2
Room module
1
Room module
10
Power supply
(adjustable from
24 to 26 VDC)
Room module
16
Room module
15
Room module
30
Room module
20
24 VDC
Applies to light call systems
without room-wise intercom.
A cable cross section of 1.5 mm2
must be ensured.
With 16 or more rooms,
additional 24 VDC supplies
are required.
24 VDC
Station transfer
point
An additional 24/26 VDC power supply
with 3x1.5 is required for every 10
24 VDC
Further stations
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Room module
2
Room module
1
Power supply
(adjustable from
24 to 26 VDC)
Room module
40
!
Applies to light call systems
without room-wise intercom.
A cable cross section of
1.5 mm2 must be ensured.
Room module
39
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
TG
ZL-R
ZL-W
ZL-S
GND
+24 V
R-Z
S1
R-W
A-W
Description of components
x3
x4
x3
GND
GND
b
a
+24V
+24V
x1
GND
GND
R-B/t
BL-B/d
+24V
+24V
x2
Station bus
GND
d
t
Room bus
BUS data cable
x1
a
x2
b
+24V
R1
R1
x10
Room bus connection
All light call system devices in a room are connected to the
room bus. The room bus has 4 conductors -> Terminal strip X2.
“d”
= data = “BL-B/d”
„t“
= clock
= „R-B/t“
„+24“ = +24 VDC
= „+24V“
„GND“ = Ground
= „GND“
The room bus can be connected in a star formation or a
mixed formation. The cable length (sum of all cables) must not
exceed 100 m.
A cable of type: JY (St) Y 2x2x0.8 must be used for the room
bus.
These 4 conductors are to be connected to the terminals of
the same designation on the room module (terminal strip X2) in
exactly the manner shown here.
The shield is to be connected to the GND terminal of the room
module. To avoid short circuits at the device, the shield must
be insulated.
Station bus
WC
24 VDC
Room bus
Shield
Data bus
Room
Behaviour after a power cut
When power is switched on again, the room module remains in
standby mode for the first 5 s. After this waiting time, in which
the operating voltage stabilises, the room module begins normal operation and the
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
calls that existed before the operating voltage was switched off
are once again sent or displayed. New calls cannot be set during the first 5 s after switching on the operating voltage.
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Description of components
+24
R-Z
S1
R-W
A-W
2
1
GND
b
a
+24V
2
GND
GND
R-B/t
BL-B/d
+24V
+24V
The room module with room signal light is supplied as a complete device. The room module must be dismantled for installation on a wall or in a socket and then reassembled after fastening. Installation: Screw the room signal light mounting onto the
wall/into the socket. Plug the terminal blocks onto the pin strips
on the circuit board and click the board into the lower part. Pay
attention to the correct mounting direction of the board. Plug
in the two light chamber platforms and plug the jumper into
the ON position (see illustration at the start of this component
description). The cover must be plugged onto the lower part.
TG
BL-Z
ZL-W
ZL-S
GND
Installation of room signal light
1
Call request
As a result of a call query, or for other reasons, it may be necessary for a nurse to visit a room. To do this, after the query
(room based) or conversation with the patient (room-wise
intercom) the call is ended at the room/duty room module with
display not via the off button but rather via the nurse request
button. As a result, the green presence lamp in the room signal
light of the associated room blinks until the call has been completed and also the group signal lights
(if present) and also the green reminder LED in the call/
cancel button of the corresponding room. The display on
corridor displays is separately described in the section on
corridor displays. The call request is cancelled by setting
the respective presence in the room.
Note! Call requests can only be set via the room/duty
room module with display.
Technical data
General values
Temperature range
0 – 50 °C
Data preservation after power failure
10 years
Operating voltage (under load)
24 V (22 – 26 VDC tolerance)
Quiescent current consumption (all lights and LEDs off)
55 mA (+/- 10 mA tolerance)
Additional power requirement on quiescent current termination of all inputs
18 mA (+/- 10% tolerance)
Power requirement of an LED unit
40 mA (+/- 5% tolerance)
Fine-wire fuse in distributor
0.25 A/250 V slow-blow
Degree of protection
IP 20
Interfaces
Station bus a/b
4800 baud
Room bus d/t B
2400 baud
Outputs
4 outputs for room and reassurance lights, short circuit protected
125 mA
1 output for acoustic alarm
125 mA
Inputs
Button inputs (some quiescent current monitored)
4
Termination resistor to +24 V for quiescent level
3.6 kΩ (+/- 10% tolerance)
Termination resistor to +24 V for message level
1.8 kΩ (+/- 10% tolerance)
For calculating the quantity and capacity of the power supplies,
the maximum current consumption of all devices connected
to the power supply (room modules, lights, call button, presence/cancel button, pull switch, peripheral devices, ...) must be
added together.
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The cable lengths must also be taken into account. Care
must be taken to ensure that the supply voltage lies within the
defined tolerances at all devices.
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Description of components
ELSO
Call/Presence/Cancel button insert
Call button
65432
E
D
87
2 1 00 F
PROG.
43
BUZZER
VOLUME
98765
10
No. 735070
CBA9
Cancel button
For ELSO FASHION/SCALA/RIVA/NOVIA
General notes
Each presence/cancel button can be assigned a maximum of
one room number or be connected to a single room module.
This is connected directly to the appropriate terminals of the
room module or the room bus cables. Every presence/cancel
button is assigned its own button number in the corresponding room (see following table). This button number defines the
call type as a room call or WC call or activates/deactivates the
acoustic call forwarding.
Connection notes:
• Diameter of conductors to be used: 0.8 mm
• The connections “d” = data and “t” = clock must never be
swapped. This causes all devices in the room to malfunction.
The same applies to the power cables.
• Protection type: IP 20
Warning, lethal danger!
The safety regulations of the DIN VDE 0105 standard
must be followed. Only qualified electrical personnel
may work on the devices. Always follow the state-specific regulations and guidelines. Failure to observe this
can result in a danger of fire, electric shock or destruction of the device. In the case of 230 V cables in the
vicinity, the applicable standards and guidelines relating to cable clearances must be noted and observed.
ROT
RED
MEDIOPT care®
Ruftaster Abstelltaster
Call/Present/Reset Unit
GRÜN
GREEN
Adress switch
PROG.
735070
+
d
t
24VDC DatenTakt GND
Address table
Address
Function
0
Room call 1 and presence S1 - 1 + acoustic call forwarding
1
Room call 2 and presence S1 - 2
2
Room call 3 and presence S1 - 3
3
Room call 4 and presence S1 - 4
4
Room call 5 and presence S1 - 5
5
Room call 6 and presence S1 - 6
6
7
WC call 1 with cancel
8
WC call 2 with cancel
9
WC call 3 with cancel
A
WC call 4 with cancel
B
C
D
Programming is not required, only the address switch must be
set. If the presence/cancel button is to be used for acoustic
call forwarding then the address switch must be set to an
address of „0“ (factory setting) and never changed. This setting must be made at least once for each room in order to
conform to the requirements of the DIN VDE 0834 standard.
The address of the address switch must point to the arrow
printed on the metal plate. The buttons must never be
assigned duplicate addresses. In other words, the address
„WC call cancel 1“ must only be assigned once per room. This
also applies to all other cases. Failure to do this will result in
system malfunctions.
All calls are summarised as a collective message for forwarding. The reassurance light only illuminates at the device from
which the call was triggered.
All presence markings are summarised as a collective message for forwarding. The display of the presence occurs at all
buttons simultaneously in parallel (when installed on a per-bed
basis).
E
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
53
Description of components
All presence buttons in a room have the same priority. That is,
you can mark your presence in a room using one presence button and, when present, finally cancel the call from another presence button in the room. The WC call cancel simultaneously
affects all triggered WC calls for the room. The acoustic alarm
is only activated for devices having an address of 0. Adjustment/Setting of the address switch is indicated by blinking
LEDs. The call/cancel button is only ready for operation when
the LEDs no longer blink.
Collective message
Events of the same type (room call, bed call from bed 1, bed
call from bed 2 etc..) are indicated as one event on the display, even multiple buttons were activated.
Example: Room 24 has 3 call buttons set to room call 1, room
call 2 and room call 3. All 3 buttons are actuated. „Call room
24“ is shown on the display.
Room bus connection
All light call system devices in a room are connected to the
room bus. The room bus has 4 conductors:
„d“
= data
„t“
= clock
„+24“ = +24 VDC
„GND“ = Ground
These 4 conductors are to be connected to the terminals of the
same designation on the room module (different versions possible) in exactly the manner shown here.
The room bus can be connected in a star formation or a
mixed formation. The cable length (sum of all cables) must not
exceed 100 m. A decisive factor is ensuring the provision of
the required power supply.
A cable of type: JY (St) Y 2x2x0.8 must be used for the room
bus.
The shield is to be connected to the GND terminal of the
respective room module. To avoid short circuits at the device,
the shield must be insulated.
Station bus
24 VDC
WC
Room bus
Shield
Room data
bus
Technical data
General values
Power supply
24 VDC ±10 %
Current consumption
35 mA
Degree of protection
IP 20
For calculating the quantity and capacity of the power supplies,
the maximum current consumption of all devices connected
to the power supply (room module, lights, call button, presence/cancel button, pull switch, peripheral devices, ...) must be
added together.
The cable lengths must also be taken into account. Care
must be taken to ensure that the supply voltage lies within
the defined tolerances at all devices.
Planning aids/Rules for room installation
Notes and the corresponding tables are provided starting at
page 96 of the technical appendix.
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Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Description of components
Presence/Cancel button insert
ELSO
Call button plate
CBA9
65432
E
D
87
9 8 765
10
2 1 00 F
PROG.
43
No. 735080
For ELSO FASHION/SCALA/RIVA/NOVIA
General notes
Each presence/cancel button can be assigned a maximum of
one room number or be connected to a single room module.
This is connected directly to the appropriate terminals of the
room module or the room bus cables. Every presence/cancel
button is assigned its own button number in the corresponding room (see following table). This button number defined the
presence/call cancelling and activates/deactivates the acoustic
call forwarding.
Connection notes:
• Diameter of conductors to be used: 0.8 mm
• The connections “d” = data and “t” = clock must never be
swapped. This causes all devices in the room to malfunction.
The same applies to the power cables.
• Protection type: IP 20
Warning, lethal danger!
The safety regulations of the DIN VDE 0105 standard
must be followed. Only qualified electrical personnel
may work on the devices. Always follow the state-specific regulations and guidelines. Failure to observe this
can result in a danger of fire, electric shock or destruction of the device. In the case of 230 V cables in the
vicinity, the applicable standards and guidelines relating to cable clearances must be noted and observed.
GRÜN
GREEN
MEDIOPT care®
Anw.- Abstelltaster
Present / Reset Unit
GRÜN
GREEN
Adress switch
PROG.
735080
+
d
t
24VDC Dat enTakt GND
Address table
Address
Function
0
Presence S1 - 1 + acoustic call forwarding
1
Presence S1 - 2
2
Presence S1 - 3
3
Presence S1 - 4
4
Presence S1 - 5
5
Presence S1 - 6
6
Presence S1 - 7
7
8
WC call cancel 1
9
WC call cancel 2
A
WC call cancel 3
B
WC call cancel 4
Programming is not required, only the address switch must be
set. If the presence/cancel button is to be used for acoustic
call forwarding then the address switch must be set to an
address of „0“ and never changed. This setting must be
made at least once for each room in order to conform to
the requirements of the DIN VDE 0834 standard.
The address of the address switch must point to the arrow
printed on the metal plate. The buttons must never be
assigned duplicate addresses. In other words, the address
„WC call cancel 1“ must only be assigned once per room. This
also applies to all other cases. Failure to do this will result in
system malfunctions.
All presence markings are summarised as a collective message for forwarding. The display of the presence occurs at all
buttons simultaneously in parallel (when installed on a per-bed
basis).
C
D
E
F
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
55
Description of components
All presence buttons in a room have the same priority. That is,
you can mark your presence in a room using one presence button and, when present, finally cancel the call from another presence button in the room. The WC call cancel simultaneously
affects all triggered WC calls for the room. The acoustic alarm
is only activated for devices having an address of 0. Adjustment/Setting of the address switch is indicated by blinking
LEDs. The call/cancel button is only ready for operation when
the LEDs no longer blink.
Collective message
Events of the same type (room call, bed call from bed 1, bed
call from bed 2 etc..) are indicated as one event on the display, even multiple buttons were activated.
Example: Room 24 has 3 call buttons set to room call 1, room
call 2 and room call 3. All 3 buttons are actuated. „Call room
24“ is shown on the display.
Room bus connection
All light call system devices in a room are connected to the
room bus. The room bus has 4 conductors.
„d“
= data
„t“
= clock
„+24“ = +24 VDC
„GND“ = Ground
These 4 conductors are to be connected to the terminals of the
same designation on the room module (different versions possible) in exactly the manner shown here.
The room bus can be connected in a star formation or a
mixed formation. The cable length (sum of all cables) must not
exceed 100 m. A decisive factor is ensuring the provision of
the required power supply.
A cable of type: JY (St) Y 2x2x0.8 must be used for the room
bus.
The shield must be connected to the GND terminal of the
respective room module. To avoid short circuits at the device,
the shield must be insulated.
Station bus
24 VDC
WC
Room bus
Shield
Room data
bus
Technical data
General values
Power supply
24 VDC ±10 %
Current consumption
35 mA
Degree of protection
IP 20
For calculating the quantity and capacity of the power supplies,
the maximum current consumption of all devices connected to the
power supply (room module, lights, call button, presence/cancel
button, pull switch, peripheral devices, ...) must be added together.
The cable lengths must also be taken into account. Care
must be taken to ensure that the supply voltage lies within
the defined tolerances at all devices.
Planning aids/Rules for room installation
Notes and the corresponding tables are provided starting at
page 96 of the technical appendix.
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Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Komponentenbeschreibung
Call button insert
ELSO
Call button
CBA9
65432
E
D
87
9 8 765
10
2 1 00 F
PROG.
43
No. 735090
For ELSO FASHION/SCALA/RIVA/NOVIA
General notes
Each call button can be assigned a maximum of one room
number or be connected to a single room module. This is connected directly to the appropriate terminals of the room module
or the room bus cables. Every call button is assigned its own
button number in the corresponding room (see following table).
This button number defines the call type as a room call, bed
call or WC call.
Connection notes:
• Diameter of conductors to be used: 0.8 mm
• The connections “d” = data and “t” = clock must never be
swapped. This causes all devices in the room to malfunction.
The same applies to the power cables.
• Protection type: IP 20
Warning, lethal danger!
The safety regulations of the DIN VDE 0105 standard
must be followed. Only qualified electrical personnel
may work on the devices. Always follow the state-specific regulations and guidelines. Failure to observe this
can result in a danger of fire, electric shock or destruction of the device. In the case of 230 V cables in the
vicinity, the applicable standards and guidelines relating to cable clearances must be noted and observed.
ROT
RED
MEDIOPT care®
Ruftaster
Call Unit
ROT
RED
Adress switch
PROG.
735090
+
d
t
24VDC Dat enTakt GND
Address table
Address
Function
0
Room call 1
1
Room call 2
2
Room call 3
3
Room call 4
4
WC call 1
5
WC call 2
6
WC call 3
7
WC call 4
8
9
A
Bed call 1 – 3
B
Bed call 2 – 3
C
Bed call 3 – 3
D
Bed call 4 – 3
E
Bed call 5 – 3
F
Bed call 6 – 3
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Programming is not required, only the address switch must be
set. For example, if the call is to be indicated as bed call 1,
then the address switch must be set to address „A“ and never
changed.
The address of the address switch must point to the arrow
printed on the metal plate. The buttons must never be assigned
duplicate addresses. In other words, the address „WC call
cancel 1“ must only be assigned once per room. This also
applies to all other cases. Failure to do this will result in system
malfunctions.
A bed can be assigned a maximum of 3 buttons but these
must all have different addresses. However, a call button only
provides one bed call sub-address „Bed no.-3. The system
socket provides the additional sub-addresses
bed call „Bed no.-1“ and bed call „Bed no.-2”. The pull switch
and pneumatic button provide the additional sub-address bed
call “Bed no.-1“.
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Description of components
All calls except bed calls (separately indicated on the display
with bed 1 to bed 6) are summarised as a collective message
for forwarding (calls from the room or WC are shown as room
calls or WC calls on the display without any further distinguishing information). The reassurance light only illuminates at the
device from which the call was triggered.
Collective message
Events of the same type (room call, bed call from bed 1, bed
call from bed 2 etc..) are indicated as one event on the display,
even multiple buttons were activated.
Example: Room 24 has 3 call buttons set to room call 1, room
call 2 and room call 3. All 3 buttons are actuated. „Call room
24“ is shown on the display.
Room bus connection
All light call system devices in a room are connected to the
room bus. The room bus has 4 conductors.
„d“
= data
„t“
= clock
„+24“ = +24 VDC
„GND“ = Ground
These 4 conductors are to be connected to the terminals of the
same designation on the room module (different versions possible) in exactly the manner shown here.
The room bus can be connected in a star formation or a
mixed formation. The cable length (sum of all cables) must not
exceed 100 m. A decisive factor is ensuring the provision of
the required power supply.
A cable of type: JY (St) Y 2x2x0.8 must be used for the room
bus.
The shield is to be connected to the GND terminal of the
respective room module. To avoid short circuits at the device,
the shield must be insulated.
Station bus
24 VDC
WC
Room bus
Shield
Room data
bus
Technical data
General values
Power supply
24 VDC ±10 %
Current consumption
30 mA
Degree of protection
IP 20
For calculating the quantity and capacity of the power supplies,
the maximum current consumption of all devices connected to the
power supply (room module, lights, call button, presence/cancel
button, pull switch, peripheral devices, ...) must be added together.
The cable lengths must also be taken into account. Care
must be taken to ensure that the supply voltage lies within
the defined tolerances at all devices.
Planning aids/Rules for room installation
Notes and the corresponding tables are provided starting at
page 96 of the technical appendix.
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Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Description of components
Pull-switch insert
No. 735100
For ELSO FASHION/SCALA/RIVA/NOVIA
General notes
Each pull switch can be assigned a maximum of one room
number or be connected to a single room module. This is connected directly to the appropriate terminals of the room module
or the room bus cables. Every pull switch is assigned its own
button number in the corresponding room (see following table).
This button number defines the call type as a room call, bed
call or WC call. The pull switch must be enhanced with an
appropriate central plate. A 2 m pull cord and handle are provided with delivery.
Connection notes:
• Diameter of conductors to be used: 0.8 mm
• The connections “d” = data and “t” = clock must never be
swapped. This causes all devices in the room to malfunction.
The same applies to the power cables.
• The position of the jumper must not be changed.
• Protection type: IP 20
Warning, lethal danger!
The safety regulations of the DIN VDE 0105 standard
must be followed. Only qualified electrical personnel
may work on the devices. Always follow the state-specific regulations and guidelines. Failure to observe this
can result in a danger of fire, electric shock or destruction of the device. In the case of 230 V cables in the
vicinity, the applicable standards and guidelines relating to cable clearances must be noted and observed.
GND t
d +24
Adress switch
Address table
Address
Function
0
WC call 1
1
WC call 2
2
WC call 3
3
WC call 4
4
WC call 5
5
WC call 6
6
Bed call 1 – 1
7
Bed call 2 – 1
8
Bed call 3 – 1
9
Bed call 4 – 1
A
Bed call 5 – 1
B
Bed call 6 – 1
C
Room call 1
D
Room call 2
E
Room call 3
F
Room call 4
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Programming is not required, only the address switch must be
set. For example, if the call is to be indicated as bed call 1,
then the address switch must be set to address „6“ and never
changed.
When using the pull switch in a bathroom, we recommend leaving the address set to 0 (factory setting). This must be adjusted
if multiple buttons are used in a bathroom.
The arrow on the address switch must point to the
desired address.
A button address must never be assigned twice, i.e. the
address „Room Call 2“ must only exist once per room. This also
applies to all other cases. Failure to do this will result in system
malfunctions.
All calls except bed calls (addresses 6 to B) are summarised
as a collective message for forwarding. Calls from the WC
(addresses 0 to 5) are shown on the display as WC call with
room number, without further distinction. The same applies to
room calls (addresses C to F). Bed calls are indicated on the
display used with room number and bed number (1 to 6). The
reassurance light only illuminates at the device from which the
call was triggered.
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Description of components
Collective message
Events of the same type (room call, bed call from bed 1, bed
call from bed 2 etc..) are indicated as one event on the display,
even multiple buttons were activated.
Example: Room 24 has 3 call buttons set to room call 1, room
call 2 and room call 3. All 3 buttons are actuated. „Call room
24“ is shown on the display.
Room bus connection
All light call system devices in a room are connected to the
room bus. The room bus has 4 conductors.
„d“
= data
„t“
= clock
„+24“ = +24 VDC
„GND“ = Ground
These 4 conductors are to be connected to the terminals of the
same designation on the room module (different versions possible) in exactly the manner shown here.
The room bus can be connected in a star formation or a
mixed formation. The cable length (sum of all cables) must not
exceed 100 m. A decisive factor is ensuring the provision of
the required power supply.
A cable of type: JY (St) Y 2x2x0.8 must be used for the room
bus.
The shield is to be connected to the GND terminal of the
respective room module. To avoid short circuits at the device,
the shield must be insulated.
Station bus
24 VDC
WC
Room bus
Shield
Room data
bus
Technical data
General values
Power supply
24 VDC ±10 %
Current consumption
30 mA
Degree of protection
IP 20
For calculating the quantity and capacity of the power supplies,
the maximum current consumption of all devices connected to the
power supply (room module, lights, call button, presence/cancel
button, pull switch, peripheral devices, ...) must be added together.
The cable lengths must also be taken into account. Care
must be taken to ensure that the supply voltage lies within
the defined tolerances at all devices.
Installation
The pull cord must be threaded thorough the eye on the switch
and then knotted at the end. The knot should heated without
burning (e.g. with a lighter). The heat "welds" the knot and
prevents it from coming undone. The same procedure should
be followed at the handle at the other end of the pull cord after
trimming the cord to suit the customer requirements (see diagram).
All occupational health and safety regulations must be
observed when performing this work.
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Central plate
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Komponentenbeschreibung
Call button with system socket
ELSO FASHION / SCALA / RIVA: Pearl white: No. 735120, Pure white: No. 735124;
ELSO JOY: Pearl white: No. 735190, Pure white: No. 735194;
ELSO NOVIA: Pure white: No. 735134
General notes
Each call button with system socket can be assigned a maximum of one room number or be connected to a single room
module. This is connected directly to the appropriate terminals
of the room module or the room bus cables. Every call button
with system socket is assigned its own button number in the
corresponding room (see following table). This button address
defines the call type as a room call or bed call. Pear switches
with or without light buttons can be connected to the system
socket. The system socket has two outputs for switching external loads. These outputs are activated via the corresponding
light switch on the pear switch.
Connection notes:
• Diameter of conductors to be used: 0.8 mm
• The connections “d” = data and “t” = clock must never be
swapped. This causes all devices in the room to malfunction.
The same applies to the power cables.
• Protection type: IP 20
Warning, lethal danger!
The safety regulations of the DIN VDE 0105 standard
must be followed. Only qualified electrical personnel
may work on the devices. Always follow the state-specific regulations and guidelines. Failure to observe this
can result in a danger of fire, electric shock or destruction of the device. In the case of 230 V cables in the
vicinity, the applicable standards and guidelines relating to cable clearances must be noted and observed.
2
1 GND t
d +24
Adress switch
Address table
Address
Function
0
1
Bed call 1 – 1
2
Bed call 2 – 1
3
Bed call 3 – 1
4
Bed call 4 – 1
5
Bed call 5 – 1
6
Bed call 6 – 1
7
Room call 2
8
Room call 3
9
Room call 4
A
Bed call 1 – 2
B
Bed call 2 – 2
C
Bed call 3 – 2
D
Bed call 4 – 2
E
Bed call 5 – 2
F
Bed call 6 – 2
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Programming is not required, only the address switch must be
set. For example, if the call is to be indicated as bed call 1,
then the address switch must be set to address „1“ and never
changed.
The arrow on the address switch must point to the
desired address.
A button address must never be assigned twice, i.e. the
address „Room Call 2“ must only exist once per room. This also
applies to all other cases. Failure to do this will result in system
malfunctions.
A bed can be assigned a maximum of 3 buttons but these must
all have different addresses. A call button with system socket
provides two sub-addresses „-1“ and „-2“ (for example: „Bed
call 1-1“ and „Bed call 1-2“).
Note
The call button also provides the sub-address „-3“ (for example: „Bed call 1-3“). The pull switch and pneumatic button also
provide the sub-address „-1“ (for example: „Bed call 1-1“).
All calls except the bed calls (indicated on the display with
beds 1 to 6) are summarised as a collective message for forwarding (calls from the room, e.g. addresses 7 to 9 are shown
as a room call on the display with no further distinguishing
information).
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Description of components
The reassurance light only illuminates at the device from which
the call was triggered.
Adjustment/Setting of the address switch is indicated by a
blinking LED. The device is not ready for operation until the
LED no longer blinks.
Collective message
Events of the same type (room call, bed call from bed 1, bed
call from bed 2 etc..) are indicated as one event on the display,
even multiple buttons were activated.
Example: Room 24 has 3 call buttons set to room call 1, room
call 2 and room call 3. All 3 buttons are actuated. „Call room
24“ is shown on the display.
Room bus connection
All light call system devices in a room are connected to the
room bus. The room bus has 4 conductors.
„d“
= data
„t“
= clock
„+24“ = +24 VDC
„GND“ = Ground
These 4 conductors are to be connected to the terminals of the
same designation on the room module (different versions possible) in exactly the manner shown here.
The room bus can be connected in a star formation or a
mixed formation. The cable length (sum of all cables) must not
exceed 100 m. A decisive factor is ensuring the provision of
the required power supply.
A cable of type: JY (St) Y 2x2x0.8 must be used for the room
bus.
The shield is to be connected to the GND terminal of the
respective room module. To avoid short circuits at the device,
the shield must be insulated.
Station bus
24 VDC
WC
Room bus
Shield
Room data
bus
Technical data
General values
Power supply
24 VDC ±10 %
Current consumption
30 mA
Degree of protection
IP 20
Permissible output loading
maximum 24 VDC/0.2 A/cosϕ=1
For calculating the quantity and capacity of the power supplies,
the maximum current consumption of all devices connected to the
power supply (room module, lights, call button, presence/cancel
button, pull switch, peripheral devices, ...) must be added together.
Connection example for outputs
The cable lengths must also be taken into account. Care
must be taken to ensure that the supply voltage lies within
the defined tolerances at all devices.
L
N
+24V
The impulse relay switch is controlled using 24 VDC, which corresponds to the voltage present at the device.
Since the impulse relay switch is used primarily in a patient
environment, this must be chosen in accordance with the special requirements for medical systems as per the DIN EN 60601
standard.
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ext.
relay 1
ext.
relay 2
Load 2
Load 1
2
1
GND t
d +24
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Description of components
Comfort pear switch, white No. 733480,
with 2 m connection cable, reassurance
light, locating light, cable monitoring
for pulled plug.
Comfort pear switch with 1 light button,
white No. 733490, with 2 m connection
cable, reassurance light, locating light,
cable monitoring for pulled plug, 1 button
for additional lighting function.
Comfort pear switch with 2 light buttons,
white No. 733500, with 2 m connection
cable, reassurance light, locating light,
cable monitoring for pulled plug, 2 buttons
for additional lighting functions.
Comfort pear switch
Comfort pear switch
Comfort pear switch
Art. 733480, 733485
With 1 light button,
With 2 light buttons
Art. 733490, 733495
Art. 733500
ELSO FAHION / RIVA / SCALA
Art. 735160, 735164
System socket
ELSO NOVIA
Art. 735174
ELSO JOY
Art. 735180, 735184
ELSO FAHION / RIVA / SCALA
Art. 735120, 735124
Call button with
ELSO NOVIA
system socket
Art. 735134
ELSO JOY
Art. 735190, 735194
Call button suitable for pear switch
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Call button suitable for pear switch Limited functionality
63
Description of components
System socket
ELSO FASHION / SCALA / RIVA: Pearl white: No. 735160, Pure white: No. 735164;
ELSO JOY: Pearl white: No. 735180, Pure white: No. 735184;
ELSO NOVIA: Pure white: No. 735174
General notes
Each system socket can be assigned a maximum of one room
number or be connected to a single room module. This is connected directly to the appropriate terminals of the room module
or the room bus cables. Every system socket is assigned its
own button number in the corresponding room (see following
table). This button address defines the call type as a room call
or bed call. Pear switches without light switches can be connected to the system socket.
Connection notes:
• Diameter of conductors to be used: 0.8 mm
• The connections “d” = data and “t” = clock must never be
swapped. This causes all devices in the room to malfunction.
The same applies to the power cables.
• Protection type: IP 20
Warning, lethal danger!
The safety regulations of the DIN VDE 0105 standard
must be followed. Only qualified electrical personnel
may work on the devices. Always follow the state-specific regulations and guidelines. Failure to observe this
can result in a danger of fire, electric shock or destruction of the device. In the case of 230 V cables in the
vicinity, the applicable standards and guidelines relating to cable clearances must be noted and observed.
GND t
d +24
Adress switch
Address table
Address
Function
0
1
Bed call 1 – 1
2
Bed call 2 – 1
3
Bed call 3 – 1
4
Bed call 4 – 1
5
Bed call 5 – 1
6
Bed call 6 – 1
7
Room call 2
8
Room call 3
9
Room call 4
A
Bed call 1 – 2
B
Bed call 2 – 2
C
Bed call 3 – 2
D
Bed call 4 – 2
E
Bed call 5 – 2
F
Bed call 6 – 2
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Programming is not required, only the address switch must be
set. For example, if the call is to be indicated as bed call 1,
then the address switch must be set to address „1“ and never
changed.
The arrow on the address switch must point to the
desired address.
A button address must never be assigned twice, i.e. the
address „Room Call 2“ must only exist once per room. This also
applies to all other cases. Failure to do this will result in system
malfunctions.
A bed can be assigned a maximum of 3 buttons but these
must all have different addresses. A system socket provides
two sub addresses „-1“ and „-2“ (example: „Bed call 1 – 1“ and
„Bed call 1 – 2“).
Note
The call button also provides the sub-address „-3“ (for example:
„Bed call 1 – 3“). The pull switch and pneumatic button also
provide the sub-address „-1“ (for example: „Bed call 1 – 1“).
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Description of components
All calls except the bed calls (indicated on the display with
beds 1 to 6) are summarised as a collective message for
forwarding (calls from the room, e.g. addresses 7 to 9, are
shown as a room call on the display with no further distinguishing information). The reassurance light only illuminates at the
device from which the call was triggered.
Collective message
Events of the same type (room call, bed call from bed 1, bed
call from bed 2 etc..) are indicated as one event on the display,
even multiple buttons were activated.
Example: Room 24 has 3 call buttons set to room call 1, room
call 2 and room call 3. All 3 buttons are actuated. „Call room
24“ is shown on the display.
Adjustment/Setting of the address switch is indicated by a
blinking LED. The device is not ready for operation until the
LED no longer blinks.
Room bus connection
All light call system devices in a room are connected to the
room bus. The room bus has 4 conductors.
„d“
= data
„t“
= clock
„+24“ = +24 VDC
„GND“ = Ground
These 4 conductors are to be connected to the terminals of the
same designation on the room module (different versions possible) in exactly the manner shown here.
The room bus can be connected in a star formation or a
mixed formation. The cable length (sum of all cables) must not
exceed 100 m. A decisive factor is ensuring the provision of
the required power supply.
A cable of type: JY (St) Y 2x2x0.8 must be used for the room
bus.
The shield is to be connected to the GND terminal of the
respective room module. To avoid short circuits at the device,
the shield must be insulated.
Station bus
24 VDC
WC
Room bus
Shield
BUS data
room
Technical data
General values
Power supply
24 VDC ±10 %
Current consumption
30 mA
Degree of protection
IP 20
For calculating the quantity and capacity of the power supplies,
the maximum current consumption of all devices connected to the
power supply (room module, lights, call button, presence/cancel
button, pull switch, peripheral devices, ...) must be added together.
The cable lengths must also be taken into account. Care
must be taken to ensure that the supply voltage lies within
the defined tolerances at all devices.
Planning aids/Rules for room installation
Notes and the corresponding tables are provided starting at
page 96 of the technical appendix.
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
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Comfort pear switch, white No. 733480,
with 2 m connection cable, reassurance
light, locating light, cable monitoring
for pulled plug.
Comfort pear switch with 1 light button,
white No. 733490, with 2 m connection
cable, reassurance light, locating light,
cable monitoring for pulled plug, 1 button
for additional lighting function.
Comfort pear switch with 2 light buttons,
white No. 733500, with 2 m connection
cable, reassurance light, locating light,
cable monitoring for pulled plug, 2 buttons
for additional lighting functions.
Comfort pear switch
Comfort pear switch
Comfort pear switch
Art. 733480, 733485
With 1 light button,
With 2 light buttons
Art. 733490, 733495
Art. 733500
ELSO FAHION / RIVA / SCALA
Art. 735160, 735164
System socket
ELSO NOVIA
Art. 735174
ELSO JOY
Art. 735180, 735184
ELSO FAHION / RIVA / SCALA
Art. 735120, 735124
Call button with
ELSO NOVIA
system socket
Art. 735134
ELSO JOY
Art. 735190, 735194
Call button suitable for pear switch
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Call button suitable for pear switch Limited functionality
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Description of components
Pneumatic button insert
No. 735150
For ELSO FASHION/SCALA/RIVA/NOVIA
General notes
Each pneumatic button can be assigned a maximum of one
room number or be connected to a single room module. This
is connected directly to the appropriate terminals of the room
module or the room bus cables. Every pneumatic button is
assigned its own button number in the corresponding room
(see following table). This button number defines the call type
as a room call, bed call or WC call. The pneumatic button must
be enhanced with an appropriate central plate. A 2 m air hose
and a bellows are included in delivery.
Connection notes:
• Diameter of conductors to be used: 0.8 mm
• The connections “d” = data and “t” = clock must never be
swapped. This causes all devices in the room to malfunction.
The same applies to the power cables.
• The position of the jumper must not be changed.
• Protection type: IP 20
Warning, lethal danger!
The safety regulations of the DIN VDE 0105 standard
must be followed. Only qualified electrical personnel
may work on the devices. Always follow the state-specific regulations and guidelines. Failure to observe this
can result in a danger of fire, electric shock or destruction of the device. In the case of 230 V cables in the
vicinity, the applicable standards and guidelines relating to cable clearances must be noted and observed.
GND t
d +24
Adress switch
Address table
Address
Function
0
WC call 1
1
WC call 2
2
WC call 3
3
WC call 4
4
WC call 5
5
WC call 6
6
Bed call 1 – 1
7
Bed call 2 – 1
8
Bed call 3 – 1
9
Bed call 4 – 1
A
Bed call 5 – 1
B
Bed call 6 – 1
C
Room call 1
D
Room call 2
E
Room call 3
F
Room call 4
Calls from the WC (addresses 0 to 5) are shown on the display as WC call with room number, without further distinction.
The same applies to room calls (addresses C to F). Bed calls
are indicated on the display used with room number and bed
number (1 to 6). The reassurance light only illuminates at the
device from which the call was triggered.
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Programming is not required, only the address switch must be
set. For example, if the call is to be indicated as bed call 1,
then the address switch must be set to address „6“ and never
changed.
When using the pneumatic button in a bathroom, we recommend leaving the address set to 0 (factory setting). This must
be adjusted if multiple buttons are used in a bathroom.
The arrow on the address switch must point to the
desired address.
A button address must never be assigned twice, i.e. the
address „Room Call 2“ must only exist once per room. This also
applies to all other cases. Failure to do this will result in system
malfunctions. All calls except bed calls (addresses 6 to B) are
summarised as a collective message for forwarding.
Collective message
Events of the same type (room call, bed call from bed 1, bed
call from bed 2 etc..) are indicated as one event on the display,
even multiple buttons were activated.
Example: Room 24 has 3 call buttons set to room call 1, room
call 2 and room call 3. All 3 buttons are actuated. „Call room
24“ is shown on the display.
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Room bus connection
All light call system devices in a room are connected to the
room bus. The room bus has 4 conductors.
„d“
= data
„t“
= clock
„+24“ = +24 VDC
„GND“ = Ground
These 4 conductors are to be connected to the terminals of the
same designation on the room module (different versions possible) in exactly the manner shown here.
The room bus can be connected in a star formation or a
mixed formation. The cable length (sum of all cables) must not
exceed 100 m. A decisive factor is ensuring the provision of
the required power supply.
A cable of type: JY (St) Y 2x2x0.8 must be used for the room
bus.
The shield is to be connected to the GND terminal of the
respective room module. To avoid short circuits at the device,
the shield must be insulated.
Station bus
24 VDC
WC
Room bus
Shield
BUS data
room
Technical data
General values
Power supply
24 VDC ±10 %
Current consumption
20 mA
Degree of protection
IP 20
For calculating the quantity and capacity of the power supplies,
the maximum current consumption of all devices connected to the
power supply (room module, lights, call button, presence/cancel
button, pull switch, peripheral devices, ...) must be added together.
The cable lengths must also be taken into account. Care
must be taken to ensure that the supply voltage lies within
the defined tolerances at all devices.
Planning aids/Rules for room installation
Notes and the corresponding tables are provided starting at
page 96 of the technical appendix.
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Description of components
Group signal light without room module
No. 735480
General notes
This group signal light is directly connected to the room bus
and displays events corresponding to the group address
defined in the room module connected to the room bus. The
group signal light displays all room call and presence events
having the same group address as the room module for the
room bus to which the group signal light is connected.
Warning, lethal danger!
The safety regulations of the DIN VDE 0105 standard
must be followed. Only qualified electrical personnel
may work on the devices. Always follow the state-specific regulations and guidelines. Failure to observe this
can result in a danger of fire, electric shock or destruction of the device. In the case of 230 V cables in the
vicinity, the applicable standards and guidelines relating to cable clearances must be noted and observed.
A precondition for connecting this group signal light is the
existence of a room module and corresponding room bus. This
is connected directly to the appropriate terminals of the room
module or the room bus cables. The group signal light does not
have a programmable room bus address. No settings must be
made in the group signal lights. The group signal light autonomously reacts to relevant signals and displays these.
Connection notes:
• Diameter of conductors to be used: 0.8 mm
• The connections “d” = data and “t” = clock must never be
swapped. This causes all devices in the room to malfunction.
The same applies to the power cables.
• Protection type: IP 20
+ L1L2L3
green
red
- t d +
Room bus connection
All light call system devices in a room are connected to the
room bus. The room bus has 4 conductors.
„d“
= data
„t“
= clock
„+24“ = +24 VDC
„GND“ = Ground
A cable of type: JY (St) Y 2x2x0.8 must be used for the room
bus.
These 4 conductors are to be connected to the terminals of the
same designation on the room module (different versions possible) in exactly the manner shown here.
The group signal light be directly connected to the room module or the room bus. This applies to all room bus compatible
devices.
The shield is to be connected to the GND terminal of the
respective room module. To avoid short circuits at the device,
the shield must be insulated.
The room bus can be connected in a star formation or a mixed
formation. It must be ensured that the cable length (sum of all
cables) does not exceed 100 m.
DIP switch functions
Function
1
2
3
4
Group signal light
ON
ON
ON
ON
Room signal light
OFF
ON
ON
ON
Room signal light: The light is only active in the case of events
on the room bus of the room to which it is connected.
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Group signal lights: The light is active for all events on the
room bus to which it is connected and all rooms having the
same group address as the room to which the light is connected.
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Description of components
24 VDC
WC
Room bus
Shield
Data bus
Room
Technical data
General values
Power supply
24 VDC ±10%
Current consumption
110 mA
Degree of protection
IP 20
For calculating the quantity and capacity of the power supplies,
the maximum current consumption of all devices connected to the
power supply (room module, lights, call button, presence/cancel
button, pull switch, peripheral devices, ...) must be added together.
The cable lengths must also be taken into account. Care
must be taken to ensure that the supply voltage lies within the
defined tolerances at all devices.
Room signal light without room module
No. 735490
General notes
This room signal light is directly connected to the room bus and
displays all room events for the room bus to which it is connected. The visual display conforms to DIN VDE 0834. A precondition for connecting this room signal light is the existence
of a room module and corresponding room bus.
This is connected directly to the appropriate terminals of the
room module or the room bus cables. The room signal light
does not have a programmable room bus address. No settings
are required for the room signal light. The room signal light
autonomously reacts to relevant signals and displays these.
Connection notes:
• Diameter of conductors to be used: 0.8 mm
• The connections “d” = data and “t” = clock must never be
swapped. This causes all devices in the room to malfunction.
The same applies to the power cables.
• Protection type: IP 20
Warning, lethal danger!
The safety regulations of the DIN VDE 0105 standard
must be followed. Only qualified electrical personnel
may work on the devices. Always follow the state-specific regulations and guidelines. Failure to observe this
can result in a danger of fire, electric shock or destruction of the device. In the case of 230 V cables in the
vicinity, the applicable standards and guidelines relating to cable clearances must be noted and observed.
+ L1L2 L3
red
red
yellow
green
- t d +
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Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Komponentenbeschreibung
Room bus connection
All light call system devices in a room are connected to the
room bus. The room bus has 4 conductors.
„d“
= data
„t“
= clock
„+24“ = +24 VDC
„GND“ = Ground
These 4 conductors are to be connected to the terminals of the
same designation on the room module (different versions possible) in exactly the manner shown here.
Connection can take place via a room bus in a star formation
or a mixed formation.
The total cable length (sum of all cables) must not exceed 100
m.
A cable of type: JY (St) Y 2x2x0.8 must be used for the room
bus.
The shield is to be connected to the GND terminal of the
respective room module. To avoid short circuits at the device,
the shield must be insulated.
24 VDC
Room bus
WC
Data bus
Room
Shield
The room signal light be directly connected to the room module or the room bus. This applies to all room bus compatible
devices.
DIP switch functions
Function
1
2
3
4
Group signal light
ON
ON
ON
ON
Room signal light
OFF
ON
ON
ON
Room signal light: The light is only active in the case of events
on the room bus of the room to which it is connected.
Group signal lights: The light is active for all events on the
room bus to which it is connected and all rooms having the
same group address as the room to which the light is connected.
Technical data
General values
Power supply
24 VDC ±10%
Current consumption
160 mA
Degree of protection
IP 20
For calculating the quantity and capacity of the power supplies,
the maximum current consumption of all devices connected to the
power supply (room module, lights, call button, presence/cancel
button, pull switch, peripheral devices, ...) must be added together.
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
The cable lengths must also be taken into account. Care
must be taken to ensure that the supply voltage lies within the
defined tolerances at all devices.
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Single/Double sided corridor display
Nos. 735600/735610/735620/735630/735640
General notes
The corridor display (KDIS8 -> Corridor display 8 characters) is
used for displaying calls and call requests in light call systems.
The display is connected to the station bus and reports the
information from station transfer points and room modules.
Warning, lethal danger!
The safety regulations of the DIN VDE 0105 standard
must be followed. Only qualified electrical personnel
may work on the devices. Always follow the state-specific regulations and guidelines.
Failure to observe this can result in a danger of fire,
electric shock or destruction of the device.
In the case of 230 V cables in the vicinity, the applicable standards and guidelines relating to cable clearances must be noted and observed.
In the quiescent state (no calls or call request) the display
shows the time. If a call or call request exists in the system then
this is displayed. If multiple calls or call requests occur simultaneously then these are displayed alternately.
Call display
8 characters are available on the display for showing call information. The call type is displayed using 2 characters and the
call location using 6 characters. The call location with station
and room address is displayed as follows:
RR SS ZZZZ
When special calls are triggered via the SUD (No. 735200)
inputs, the station address is not displayed. These two characters are used for additional text display.
RR: Call type
SS: Station address
ZZ: Room address
Priorities when displaying multiple calls
The language used for displaying the call type can be set via
the DIP switch.
The different calls and call requests are combined into 3 different levels of urgency:
Displayed as (program version KDIS8-XX)
Level of
urgency
Call type
German
Italian
Hungarian
Polish
English
Display
type
1
Doctor call
A
M
O
L
M
Blinking
Diagnostic call
D
D
D
D
D
Blinking
WC call
W
W
W
W
W
Static
Room emergency call
Z
S
S
P
R
Blinking
Bed emergency call
B
L
B
M
B
Blinking
Room call
Z
S
S
P
R
Static
Bed call
B
L
B
M
B
Static
Telephone call
T
T
T
T
T
Static
Doctor call request
A‡
M‡
O‡
L‡
M‡
Blinking
S1 call request
S1‡
I1‡
N1‡
S1‡
N1‡
Blinking
S2 call request
S2‡
I2‡
N2‡
S2‡
N2‡
Blinking
Doctor call request, foreign station
flA
flM
flO
flVL
flM
Blinking
S1 call request,
foreign station
flS1
flI1
flN1
flS1
flN1
Blinking
S2 call request,
foreign station
flS2
flI2
flN2
flS2
flN2
Blinking
2
3
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Description of components
If calls of urgency level 1 exist, then these are displayed alternately at approx. 5 s intervals. If no calls of urgency level 1
exist and one or more calls of urgency level 2 exist, then these
are displayed alternately at approx. 5 s intervals. If no calls of
urgency level 2 exist and one or more call requests exist,
then these are displayed alternately at approx. 5 s intervals. If
neither calls nor call requests exist, then the time is shown on
the display. A DCF receiver must be integrated into the system
in order to display the exact time.
Call request
As a result of a call query, or for other reasons, it may be necessary for a nurse to visit a room. To do this, after the query
(room based) or conversation with the patient (room-wise
intercom) the call is ended at the room/duty room module with
display not via the off button but rather via the nurse request
button. As a result, the green presence lamp in the room signal
light of the associated room blinks until the call has been completed and also the group signal lights
(if present) and also the green reminder LED in the call/
cancel button of the corresponding room. The display on
corridor displays is separately described on the previous
page. The call request is cancelled by setting the respective presence in the room.
Note! Call requests can only be set via the room/duty
room module with display.
Calls from other stations
The display of calls and call requests from foreign stations is
limited because all the required information is not available on
the station bus to which the corridor display is connected.
Call display
The most important call from all stations connected via group
interconnection with the own station is displayed. If group interconnection is not activated then calls from foreign stations are
not displayed. Group interconnection is activated at the station
transfer points.
If calls from multiple foreign stations exist then the most important „foreign station“ call is displayed. With calls of the same
priority from foreign stations, the first call to arrive is displayed.
Display of call requests
With call requests from foreign stations, the room number
cannot be displayed because the required information is not
available on the station bus. The station designation and the
respective call request symbol are displayed. The call request
from foreign stations that is actually displayed depends on
whether the „Group light display all?“ menu item in the station
transfer point was set to „Yes“ or „No“:
If „No“ was selected (recommended setting for operating with
text displays) then the call requests from the stations connected to the own station via group interconnection are displayed.
If group interconnection is not activated then calls from foreign
stations are not displayed.
If „Yes“ was selected then, regardless of any existing group
interconnection, the call requests from all stations in the entire
building are displayed.
Acoustic call signals
Acoustic call signalling is activated via the control input at connection „C1“ („B/S“) of the VTDIS wall distribution unit.
Priority
Call type
Audio sequence
1 (highest)
Doctor call
0.5 s on, 0.5 s off
Switch DIP 2 to OFF (display only the most important call
as per the priority table):
If one or more calls exist in the station then the most important
call as per the neighbouring priority table is acoustically signalled.
2
Diagnostic
call
0.5 s on, 0.5 s off
3
WC call
1 s on, 14 s off
4
Room emergency call
0.5 s on, 0.5 s off
Switch DIP 2 to ON (cyclic display of all the most important
calls):
If only WC calls at urgency level 1 exist, then every approx. 15
s an acoustic signal is emitted for approx. 1 s.
If at least one diagnostic, doctor or emergency call exists then
an emergency signal is generated (0.5 s on, 0.5 s off).
If no level 1 calls exist and one or more level 2 calls, then every
approx. 15 s an acoustic signal is emitted for approx. 1 s. If no
level 1 or level 2 calls exist, then the acoustic alarm is silent.
5
Bed emergency call
0.5 s on, 0.5 s off
6
Room call
1 s on, 14 s off
7
Bed call
1 s on, 14 s off
8
Telephone
call
1 s on, 14 s off
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Display of date and time
Precondition
The „Clock display“ option is activated at the DIP switch.
If no calls or call requests that should be displayed exist in the
station, the display shows the time if the „Time“ option in the
station transfer point is activated. After switching on the operating voltage, no time is displayed until the text display receives
at least one valid time protocol on the floor bus. Once the time
has been correctly received once, if the station transfer point
drops out, an internal software clock continues displaying the
time.
If the „Time“ option is not activated at the station transfer point
then, after being switched off and on, the text display shows
no time when in a quiescent state.
The time is displayed in the following format:
HH:MM
HH: Hours
MM: Minutes
DIP switch assignments
The housing panel on which the control module is mounted (no
lights visible) is unscrewed and the filter disc is carefully slid
approx. 20 cm out of the housing. The cover cardboard over
the control module must then be removed to access the DIP
switch.
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
ON
DIP switch on the display control module
DIP switch
No. 1
ON:
OFF :
Display position: Control unit left
Display position: Control unit right
No. 2
ON:
If multiple calls are present, these are displayed
cyclically.
Only the most important call is displayed.
OFF :
No. 3
ON:
OFF :
No. 4
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ON:
OFF :
No. 5, 6 Display language
ON, ON:
German
ON, OFF:
Italian
OFF, ON:
Polish
OFF, OFF:
English
No. 7
ON:
OFF :
Normal operation
The parameter block of the table is shown in
the display (for servicing purposes).
No. 8
ON:
OFF :
The clock is displayed in a quiescent state.
The display remains dark in a quiescent state.
In centralised operation, the acoustic alarm
remains silent for nurse calls.
The text display ignores centralised operation.
Individual tables are not sent.
Individual tables are sent using a special message.
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Description of components
Installation notes
The corridor display is connected to the connection unit via a
20-pin flat cable (provided in delivery). The corridor display
must be connected to the station bus.
The pin assignments of the connection unit are provided in the
following connection diagram:
b
b
a
a
GND
GND
+
+
Text display
plug Shield
A
+24 V
B
b
GND
1
a
C
b
b
a
a
S
umbrella
S
b2
b2
a2
a2
b1
b1
a1
a1
GND
GND
+
+
Text display
plug Shield
A
+24 V
S
a1
b1
a2
b2 B
b
GND
a
1
C
The acoustic call alarm is activated via the control input at terminal C1 of the distribution unit (VTDIS -> text display distribution unit): A wire jumper must be connected between C1 and
GND.
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Technical data
General values
Power supply
24 VDC ±10 %
Current consumption
160 mA
Degree of protection
IP 20
For calculating the quantity and capacity of the power supplies,
the maximum current consumption of all devices connected to the
power supply (room module, lights, call button, presence/cancel
button, pull switch, peripheral devices, ...) must be added together.
The cable lengths must also be taken into account. Care
must be taken to ensure that the supply voltage lies within
the defined tolerances at all devices.
DCF receiver
No. 735290
General notes
The DCF radio clock interface receives information from the
DCF77 timecode transmitter and decodes the time and date
information. This data is sent via a data protocol on the floor
bus and synchronises the time at the station transfer points.
The DCF radio clock is connected to the floor bus.
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Warning, lethal danger!
The safety regulations of the DIN VDE 0105 standard
must be followed. Only qualified electrical personnel
may work on the devices. Always follow the state-specific regulations and guidelines. Failure to observe this
can result in a danger of fire, electric shock or destruction of the device. In the case of 230 V cables in the
vicinity, the applicable standards and guidelines relating to cable clearances must be noted and observed.
4
1
8
ON
OFF
GND
+24V
at
bt
+24V
GND
DCF 77
at
bt
Signal
ZL R
ZL W
ZL A
+24V
Mistake
Sending
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Description of components
Scope of delivery:
• Circuit board, populated with SMD devices and a microcomputer
• Aluminium front plate, 160x80 mm with 9-pin connector for
connecting the receiver module
• On-wall housing 160x80x40 mm
• DCF77 receiver module in weatherproof housing as per
IP54, 4 meter connection cable with socket and fastening
screws
• Connection distribution unit (-> Terminals with connection
cable and fuse -> fine-wire fuse 250 V/0.25 A slow-blow).
Connection of the receiver module
The receiver module is connected to the device via the connection cable (9-pin Sub D socket). The plug connection must
be screwed.
Connecting the light call system
The radio clock is connected to the floor bus via the data
cables „at“ and „bt“. It is essential that the conductors („at“;
„bt“; „+24VDC“ and „GND“) are not swapped.
Floor bus speech cables are not required. Power (24 VDC) is
obtained from the nearest power supply. To connect the 24
VDC, the supplied
connection distribution unit (-> Terminals with connection cable
and fuse -> fine-wire fuse 250V / 0.25 A slow-blow) must be
used.
A cable of type: JY (St) Y 2x2x0.8 (light call system without
room-wise intercom) or a cable of type: JY (St) Y 4x2x0.8 (light
call system with room-wise intercom) must be used for the floor
bus. To avoid short circuits at the device, the shield must be
insulated.
Setting the sender address
The radio clock occupies any desired station address (1 – 59),
but this station must not actually exist in the system. Station
numbers must never be duplicated. This free station address is
set using switches 1 to 6 on the 8-way DIP switch. The remaining switches are not used.
Factory setting = station address 01.
DIP switch ON = logical 0
DIP switch OFF = logical 1
ON
ON
1 2 3 4
Contrary to usual system practice, only setting address 0
causes an internal reset. For all other addresses, the message
is immediately sent using the new address.
See also the address table on page 95 of the
technical appendix.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Proposal: Address 45
Alignment of the radio clock
The receiver module must be aligned so that the yellow LED
(Signal) blinks at one second intervals. If reception is poor
then a better installation site must be found. The cable can be
extended on a 1:1 basis (extension cable not provided in delivery). The arrow on the receiver should point towards Frankfurt/
Main.
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Fault-finding and checking
The LEDs on the front panel can be used for fault-finding and
checking the interface. The meanings of these are described
in the table on the following page.
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Description of components
Colour
Designation
Function
Yellow
Signal
Must blink at one-second intervals when DCF receiver is connected. If this is not the case, a suitable location in the room/building must be found where the reception is ensured.
Note! The DCF receiver is to be mounted as high as possible. Screens that can influence
signal quality (installation in cellar rooms, reinforced concrete, etc.) must be ruled out.
Red
Error
Lights up when a faulty clock protocol has been received by the receiver module; goes out with
the next correctly received protocol.
Green
Sent
If two error-free protocols have been received one minute apart, the LED lights up and the time
and date are sent to the floor bus alternately.
If no correct radio clock protocol has been received within 24 hours, then the sending of the time
to the floor bus is cancelled and the LED goes out.
Terminal
Cable colours
1
Brown
2
Green
3
Yellow
4 3 2 1
Frankfurt
1: Ground
2: +Operating voltage 5 ... 15 V3: DCF output
Technical data
General values
Power supply
22 – 26 VDC
Current consumption
50 mA
DCF receiver degree of protection
IP 20
Active antenna degree of protection
IP 54
Connection distribution box
Fine-wire fuse 250 V/0.25 A slow-blow
For calculating the quantity and capacity of the power supplies,
the maximum current consumption of all devices connected to the
power supply (room module, lights, call button, presence/cancel
button, pull switch, peripheral devices, ...) must be added together.
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The cable lengths must also be taken into account. Care
must be taken to ensure that the supply voltage lies within
the defined tolerances at all devices.
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Description of components
Station transfer point
No. 735200
General notes
The station transfer point represents the interface between the
station bus and the floor bus. It transfers the important station events and states to the floor bus and vice-versa, also the
station messages from other stations into the own station as
required.
Warning, lethal danger!
The safety regulations of the DIN VDE 0105 standard must be followed. Only qualified electrical personnel may work on the devices. Always follow the
state-specific regulations and guidelines. Failure to
observe this can result in a danger of fire, electric
shock or destruction of the device. In the case of
230 V cables in the vicinity, the applicable standards and guidelines relating to cable clearances
must be noted and observed.
The station transfer point has 8 inputs, 8 outputs and an RS485
interface that can be used for various applications.
Overview of terminal assignments
Connection
Description
Connection
Description
G
GND
T2-
Not available
G
GND
T2+
Not available
+24 SLZ
+24 VDC Station bus (this terminal
must be connected)
R2-
Not available
R2+
Not available
+24 ZLZ
+24 VDC Floor bus (24 V exists here if
connected to the SLZ)
T1-
Connection to RS485/232 converter at
terminal 4
G
GND
T1+
bt
„bt“ data (floor bus)
Connection to RS485/232 converter at
terminal 3
at
„at“ data (floor bus)
R1-
t
Room bus clock (not currently available)
Connection to RS485/232 converter at
terminal 2
d
Room bus data (not currently available)
R1+
b
„b“ data (station bus)
Connection to RS485/232 converter at
terminal 1
a
„a“ data (station bus)
+24
+24 VDC Floor bus (24 V exists here if
connected to the SLZ)
Input E8
Input 8 relative to +24 (NO contact)
Input E7
Input 7 relative to +24 (NO contact)
Input E6
Input 6 relative to +24 (NO contact)
Input E5
Input 5 relative to +24 (NO contact)
Input E4
Input 4 relative to +24 (NO contact)
Input E3
Input 3 relative to +24 (NO contact)
Input E2
Input 2 relative to +24 (NO contact)
Input E1
Input 1 relative to +24 (NO contact)
Output A1
Output 1 relative to +24 (NO contact)
Output A2
Output 2 relative to +24 (NO contact)
Output A3
Output 3 relative to +24 (NO contact)
Output A4
Output 4 relative to +24 (NO contact)
Output A5
Output 5 relative to +24 (NO contact)
Output A6
Output 6 relative to +24 (NO contact)
Output A7
Output 7 relative to +24 (NO contact)
Output A8
Output 8 relative to +24 (NO contact)
Important note! Fields with a grey background represent
features that are in preparation. To avoid malfunctions,
these terminals must not be connected.
J6
+24 +24
G
ZLZ SLZ
R1+
G
GND
t at bt G
R1-
T2+
J7
T1T1+
A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8
b d
R2+
+24
a
J4
R2-
E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 E7 E8
T2-
J5
J2
J1
S1
S2
S3
S1 – S3: Programming buttons
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Description of components
Power supply connection
The system voltage 24 VDC (22 – 26 VDC) must be connected
to the connection terminals labelled as +24 VSLZ.
Only then is the functionality ensured and +24 VDC is also
available at the terminals labelled with „+24“.
Connection of station bus/floor bus
All the room modules for the station must be connected to the
station bus. Stub cables are to be avoided. The station bus
should be laid as a ring cable. ELSO GmbH recommends closing the ring. This results in double data reliability. Please make
absolutely sure that the conductors („a“, „b“, „+24VDC“ and
„GND“) are not swapped. For the station bus, a cable (subsequently referred to as SYK=system cable) of type: Lapp Kabel
UNITRONIC Bus Combi EIB 2x2x0.8 + 3x1.5, or equivalent
quality, must be used. The shield must be connected to each
of the GND terminals. To avoid short circuits at the device, the
shield must be insulated.
The data cables must not exceed a length of 500 m (station
bus).
These 3 conductors are to be connected to the terminals of the
same designation on the station transfer point.
Star or tree formation cabling is not permitted for the floor bus.
Stub cables must also be avoided.
It must be ensured that the cable length does not exceed 300
m (floor bus).
A cable of type: JY (St) Y 2x2x0.8 must be used for the room
bus.
The shield must be connected to the „GND“ terminal at the
respective station transfer points. To avoid short circuits at the
device, the shield must be insulated.
The individual stations are connected via the station transfer
points. The various station transfer points are connected to the
floor bus. The floor bus has 3 conductors.
„at“
= at data
„bt“
= bt data
„GND“
= Ground
Programming
You can only access the programming features after the initialisation period (approx. 5 s, display shows „Start.....“), after a
restart or applying voltage.
The following steps must be performed to access the menu:
• Step 1: Press and hold button S3 (outer)
• Step 2: Then press and hold button S2
• Step 3: Then press and hold button S1
• Step 4: Now release button S3
• Step 5: Now release buttons S2 and S1
SUD xx.x
Program.
Pressing and releasing button S3 brings you to the next respective
programming step. Pressing for longer than approx. 1 s brings
you to the previous programming step. This allows you to navigate
the menu in both directions. The menu shows the parameter to be
set and its current value.
The values can be changed using buttons S1 and S2. Button S2
increases the value or moves to the next value in a selection list,
button S1 reduces the value or moves to the previous value.
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S1
S2
S3
Pressing for longer than 1 s causes the value to continuously
increase/decrease or forwards/backwards selection in a list.
Saving the set values:
• Step 1: Press and hold button S3 (outer)
• Step 2: Then briefly press button S2
• Step 3: Then release button S3
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Description of components
Menu item
Value range/Parameter
Short description
Station address
1....59
Every station transfer point requires a unique (in
the whole building) floor bus address.
Language selection
German, English
Selection of the menu language
Address (in the station)
1....121
Every station transfer point requires a unique
(unique for the station) address on the station
bus.
Group direction arrow
0....15
Group address for group signal lights on the
station bus
Group formation
Range: G1
Range: G2
Range: G3
0....15
0....15
0....15
Group
None G1, G2, G3
General group formation for nurse calls
Automatic group formation
None G1, G2, G3
Group formation for call overruns (see overrun
time)
Doctor group formation
None G1, G2, G3
Group formation for doctor calls
Night group
None G1, G2, G3
A group that is automatically interconnected
daily at specified times.
Note! A DCF clock is essential for this. The
defined times also affect the configuration of
the PSA/DECT addresses.
Night group on
00:00
Daily time at which the night interconnection
starts. If the start time is larger than the end
time, then the interconnection remains active
past the end of the day and ends at the end
time on the following day.
Night group off
00:00
Daily time at which the night interconnection ends.
Doctor function
Yes/No
Display of cross-station doctor calls
Overrun time for automatic group formation
0....240
After the defined time (N*10 s) all pending calls
at all stations in the above selected groups are
forwarded for automatic group formation.
The set value is multiplied by 10 -> corresponds
to time in seconds. A value of 0 means no automatic group formation in the case of call overrun.
Immediate AG for emergency calls
Yes/No
Automatic group formation occurs immediately
for emergency calls.
Reset time for call state
in centralised operation
0....180
After this time (N*10 s) in centralised operation,
the system automatically switches to decentralised operation. The set value is multiplied by 10
-> corresponds to time in seconds. A value of
0 means that the system does not drop out of
centralised operation.
Monitoring range
First address
Last address
0....121
0....121
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Definition of the groups (G1 – G3) (floor bus)
and the corresponding duty area code (duty
group) 0 – 15 for station interconnection
Rooms outside the monitoring range are not
monitored.
Recommendation: Entering 0...0 causes the
monitoring range to be automatically learned to
suit the existing installation.
Note! A „Learn process“ must be performed.
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Description of components
Menu item
Value range/Parameter
Short description
Station switching
0....121
Only relevant with a fixed monitoring range:
Rooms up to this address can log out of the
monitoring system.
Recommendation: Set to 0.
mp3 protocol
Yes/No
Not currently available. Must be set to „No“.
Detailed calls
Available from version
04.7
Yes/No
Yes: Several high priority calls (e.g. WC calls)
are forwarded to the floor bus and can be
received by other stations.
No: Only the first/most important call is forwarded to the floor bus.
(see also table on page 90)
Speech active
Yes/No
Not currently available.
Group light
all
Yes/No
Only affects the display of call requests on corridor displays.
Recommendation: Do not change the factory
setting of “No”.
Clock function
Yes/No
Clock Yes/No
Clock without DCF
Yes/No
Yes: Software clock active: Operation without DCF clock (time must be manually
defined) or the clock continues operation
if the DCF clock drops out.
No: The system has a DCF clock.
New ZLZ
Yes/No
Not currently available.
Interface function „IF1“
„IF1 Fkt“
Protocol selection
„None”
„Prot.-IF“
„Printer“
„DECT/PSA“
„BZA“
No protocol on RS 485
PC protocol
Printer protocol
ESPA 4.4.4 protocol (specification on following
pages)
Not currently implemented.
Protocol interface:
Output display texts
„LIP – Displ“
„Msg.“
Yes/No
Affects only the protocol interface; additional
output of printer text (only to be activated for
test purposes);
recommend setting in normal operation is „No“
Protocol interface:
Output BZA commands
„LIP BZA“
„Bef“
Yes/No
Not currently available.
PSA polling
„PSA Poll-“
„Ing.“
Yes/No
Affects DECT/PSA polling for ESPA 4.4.4
Protocol;
Cyclic querying of the PSA/DECT system
Yes: Polling active (default)
PSA callback function
„PSA call“
„back“
Yes/No
Affects DECT / PSA: Extended protocol for
callback function of the DAKS server (call
cancelling from the DECT system – requires
station-wise coupled terminals for speech transmission).
Currently under preparation
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Description of components
Menu item
Value range/Parameter
Short description
PSA call cancelling
„PSA call“
„cancel“
Yes/No
Affects DECT / PSA: Only when callback function is active and call repetition=0.
Yes: Call cancel is signalled
No: Default
Currently under preparation
PSA time record
„PSA time“
„REC.“
Yes/No
Affects DECT/PSA protocol
Yes: Light call system time is transferred.
PSA call repetition
„PSA call“
„repeat“
0....15
Affects DECT / PSA: Repetition time in minutes;
all active calls are re-sent cyclically according
to the set time.
0: No repetition (default)
PSA night operation
„Night operation“
„PSA“
Yes/No
Affects DECT / PSA
Yes: With night interconnection events can be
sent to other pager addresses (see table
in DECT/PSA description).
Input functions
E1
Fkt
E2
Fkt
E3
Fkt
E4
Fkt
E5
Fkt
E6
Fkt
E7
Fkt
E8
Fkt
0 „None“
1 „Central“
2 „Group1“
3 „Group2“
4 „Group3“
5 „ZwEmpf A“
6 „ZwEmpf S“
7 „Lern Zim“
8 „Ruf Prot“
9 „Not Prot“
10 „DIA Prot“
11 „TEL Prot“
Any input can be assigned any available input
function.
Group button function
Yes/No
This defines whether the connection of the
inputs for group interconnection is done with
buttons or switches.
Output
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
„None”
„Central“
„Group1“
„Group2“
„Group3“
„A/St“
„Ruf/Alrm“
„En Fkt“
functions
Fkt
Fkt
Fkt
Fkt
Fkt
Fkt
Fkt
Fkt
Note:
Activated call inputs (function 8...11) must each
be assigned an address for a special protocol
(see below)
Any output can be assigned any available output function.
Note! Outputs are not short circuit protected.
„An Fkt“
Special protocol
addresses
E1
Prot
E2
Prot
E3
Prot
E4
Prot
E5
Prot
E6
Prot
E7
Prot
E8
Prot
0, 100....121
Every input can be assigned an address for the
station bus. This protocol represents the state
of the input(s) (according to the assigned call
function(s), input functions 8...11).
The addresses lie outside the range of the available room addresses. The alarm is active as
long as a signal level is present at the input.
Every selected address is assigned a fixed
piece of text that is shown on the displays. For a
description, see the following pages.
„En Prot“
„ASW xxx“
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Description of components
Setting the station address (address on the floor bus)
Entry of the station address on the floor bus. Every station
transfer point requires a unique (in the whole building) floor bus
address.
This must lie between 1 and 59.
Station addr. 01
Setting the address (address on the station bus)
Entry of a „Room address“ on the station bus. Every station
transfer point requires a unique (unique for the station) address
on the station bus.
This must lie between 1 and 99.
Address 01
Group direction arrow
The station transfer point has the same rights on the station bus
as the room modules. In this station transfer point menu item
you can assign a group (group address 0 – 15) on the station
bus. Call states triggered by the station transfer point can be
displayed on the corresponding group signal lights, together
with the states of all rooms in this group.
Group formation
With reduced staffing, separate stations can be interconnected.
The call forwarding and the call querying then cover all room
modules in a defined group.
A group is formed by the stations with the same settings for
interconnection (G1, G2, G3) and duty area (0...15). This is different in each case for:
• Nurse calls (possibly different for day and night operation)
• Nurse calls in the case of call overruns (automatic group formation)
• Doctor calls (possibly different for day and night operation)
The group settings for nurses and doctors are made via the
parameter menu. The group interconnection for doctors is permanent.
The group interconnection for nurse calls can be manually
switched via a switch or button function while the system is
running. To do this, the station transfer point inputs must be
assigned appropriate functions and the inputs switched with
switches or buttons.
Activation/Deactivation of these inputs connects/removes the
defined group (G1, G2, G3 each with an assigned duty area)
to/from the station.
Additional free cables must exist in the floor bus in order to
connect the inputs to the (associated) station transfer points.
This allows group interconnection to be done synchronously
for several stations via a single switch. Note: Do not use buttons for this because activation/deactivation via buttons uses a
toggle function, i.e. the first button push activates the interconnection and the second deactivates this. This means that you
cannot be sure that different station transfer points interpret a
single button push in the same way.
Appropriate functions can be assigned to the SUD outputs for
displaying the respective currently active group interconnection for a station. When connected to a light display, possibly
integrated into a switch/button module for group switching, the
currently active interconnection can then be displayed.
Warning
Only calls whose room addresses lie in the monitoring range of
the station transfer point are forwarded to other stations.
Group
The group membership for nurse calls entered here is always
active as a basic setting, as long as another group is not
switched by the call type, call overrun, night operation or a
group switch. The events are forwarded in normal call forwarding operation to the stations with the same setting.
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Activation of the group interconnection via a group switch is
not required here (switching is however possible). A permanent group interconnection exists that cannot be removed.
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Description of components
Automatic group formation
The automatic group formation for nurse calls is activated after
the time set in the parameter menu when a pending call has
not been processed within this time.
The group range in which automatic group formation should
take place is also set in the parameter menu. See also overrun
time for automatic group formation.
Doctor group formation
Entry of the group range for doctor calls on the floor bus. The
group interconnection is permanent.
Doctor gr. range: G-
Doctor function
Activation of the cross-station doctor call forwarding.
This is coupled to the doctor group formation.
Doctor call forwarding? Y
Overrun time for automatic group formation
In the case of a pending call, after the defined time the pending call (call has not been processed) is automatically forwarded to the stations with the same group address for call
overruns and is displayed there.
The value to be set (N) represents a factor. This factor is multiplied by 10. The result corresponds to the time in seconds.
Example: Set value N=12 -> 12x10 s=120 s
An entry of 0 results in no automatic group formation.
The call forwarding is initiated by the station transfer point from
whose station bus the call was triggered. That is, if different
values were defined at different station transfer points then it
will also take different periods of time before call is forwarded
by the own station transfer point.
Example:
Station1: SUD1 (AutoGroup 1, Duty Area 1)
N=2 -> The call is forwarded after 20 s.
Station2: SUD2 (AutoGroup 1, Duty Area 1)
N=3 -> The call is forwarded after 30 s.
For overruns, both station transfer points are assigned group
1 and the duty group 1. A pending call from station 1 is automatically forwarded to station 2 after 20 s. A call from station 2
is automatically forwarded to station 1 after 30 s.
Reset time for call state in centralised operation
In centralised operation (displays only occur in duty room ->
in preparation) this value can be used to define the time after
which (pending call was not processed) the system automatically switches to decentralised operation. That is, normal general call forwarding then takes place.
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The value to be set (N) represents a factor. This factor is multiplied by 10. The result corresponds to the time in seconds.
Example: Set value N=12 -> 12x10 s=120 s
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Description of components
Setting the monitoring range
Entry of the lowest room address on the station bus to be monitored.
Display of Z01
Entry of the highest room address on the station bus to be
monitored.
Display to Z119
If gaps exist in the room addressing then the missing addresses are signalled as dropouts. For example, if room 20 does not
exist in the monitoring range of rooms 1 – 25, then room 20 is
indicated as being missing.
When a fixed monitoring range is set then no „learn process“
is required.
Recommendation
Entering 0....0 allows an address range with gaps. The monitoring range must then be learnt according to the existing
installation.
Learning the existing rooms of the own station
A monitoring range of 0...0 must have previously been entered
in the parameter menu. All possible room addresses are initially
included in the monitoring. To learn the existing room addresses
it is necessary that all participants connected to the station bus
have already sent for at least 10 s, i.e. they are connected and
are supplied with power.
The learn process can be started either by a button press at an
appropriately defined SUD input or via the menu of the room/
duty room modules (No. 735000). To start learning via a button
push, it is necessary to connect a button to one of the 8 existing
inputs and define this to have the function „7“ (learn the rooms
„Learn rooms“).
When learning, all rooms existing in the station or all rooms
addresses visible to the SUD on the station bus are permanently
saved in memory. In the case of a power cut and soft reset,
the stored state is retained. If necessary, the learn process can
be started anew, e.g. to learn newly installed room modules.
The previously learned installation in memory is then overwritten.
Consequences
Dropout/Malfunction monitoring only occurs for the learnt
rooms. If additional rooms are integrated then, after installation
and programming, another learn process is necessary.
Note! If the “Learn process” is not performed, then after a
power cut the SUD will automatically test all room addresses including the fixed address range (1 – 121). All addresses that are not present are signalled as dropouts.
Conclusion
When setting a monitoring range of 0…0 a „Learn process“ is
absolutely necessary.
Range for the station switching
This parameter is only relevant when a fixed, consecutive monitoring range has been selected. A range of 1...n (maximum
n=121) was selected for the room module addresses here,
within which a room module can log out from this station can
occur without causing a malfunction or dropout. The room modules included in the station switching must always be assigned
the first station address on the station bus.
If station switching is not required then a value of „0“ must be
set (recommended).
Stat.sw. up to Z n
Grp-lamp all
This menu item only affects the display of call requests on corridor displays.
No: Only the call requests of the own and currently active
interconnected stations are shown on the corridor displays.
Yes: The call requests of the own and all existing stations are
shown on the corridor displays. The display occurs via a collective message that a call request has been set at a station.
Recommendation
Keep the factory setting of „No“.
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Description of components
Time and date function
The station transfer point allows the time and date to be made
available to the system. The software clock integrated into the
station transfer point automatically synchronises with the clocks
in all station transfer points on the floor bus. This ensures that
all clocks in the entire system show the same time. When the
time is adjusted at any station transfer point then the clocks in
all station transfer points are also automatically adjusted.
The time and date function can be switched on or off in the
parameter menu. When the clock function is activated, the time
and data can also be set in the parameter menu.
There are two ways of defining the time:
• Using a DCF radio clock, more accurate and more modern,
• Manually setting the time in the station transfer point (see following description).
The station transfer point with the smallest station address
sends the time protocol as a special message and this is used
as a reference value for all other bus participants. In this case,
this station transfer point assumes a „Master“ function for the
time. If this SUD or its time protocol drops out, then this task is
adopted by the station transfer point with the next address.
When the date and time is manually set (at any station transfer
point), this manually entered time is automatically adopted by
all other station transfer points. This means that the setting only
needs to be made at one station transfer point.
Note! The time is not saved in the case of a power cut, i.e.
with every complete power cut (all SUDs on the floor bus)
the time must be manually re-entered at one of the station
transfer points, if a DCF click is not present.
When operating without a DCF radio clock (parameter setting),
or when the DCF radio clock drops out, the time is automatically generated by the station transfer point (assuming that the
time was previously known or has been manually set).
Setting the clock
The clock programming occurs directly after the programming
menu.
Clock active? Y
If the time is to be set directly in the station transfer point (no
DCF clock present), the time must be programmed as follows:
• Step 1: Press and hold button S3 (outer)
• Step 2: Then press and hold button S2
• Step 3: Then press and hold button S1
• Step 4: Now release button S3
• Step 5: Now release buttons S2 and S1
This function activates the time function on the station bus and
the floor bus.
If „Clock active? Y“ is selected, the processing method must
then be selected.
Clock without
DCF? N
Y: This selection activates the internal software clock of
the SUD. The date and time must be manually entered as
described below.
Note! No automatic switching between summer and winter
time occurs. In addition to this, over time the clock must
also be reset due to mains grid fluctuations etc. In the case
of a power failure, the time is lost. If a DCF clock is used in
this operating mode, the software clock only takes over the
time functions when the radio clock drops out.
N: Precondition is the connection of a DCF 77 clock to the system. Since this method of timekeeping does not use an internal
clock, neither date nor time must be manually entered. Using
a DCF clock is definitely to be recommended, especially when
using corridor displays or a protocol PC.
SUD xx.x
Program.
• Step 6: Buttons S1 and S2 should be pressed at the same time
A precondition for this is that the „Clock without DCF“ option
was activated with „Y“ in the previous menu.
Time/date
setting
1. Start display
Time setting
xx.xx.xx
^^Date
3. Setting
Date
Day nn
^^
2. Setting
Weekday
xx:xx:xx
^^Time
4. Setting Time
Save
Date/Time
5. Final display
Briefly pressing button S3 finishes the setting and switches to
the next value. A longer press (>1 s) switches to the previous
value. The S1 (-) and S 2 (+) buttons set the value.
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Description of components
Clock display in the mode: „Clock without DCF? N“
After a restart or a power cut, the station transfer point waits
until repeated valid clock information is received on the floor
bus. As long as this is not present, no clock protocol is generated in the own station. As soon as
the clock transfer on the floor bus occurs without errors, the
date and time is sent on the station bus.
Note! Even with error-free reception, a number of minutes
may pass before the time is displayed.
Functions of the serial interface IF1
The RS485 serial interface designated as „IF1“ can be
assigned one of the following functions:
• Logging interface for connection to a logging computer
• Printer interface for connecting a serial printer
• DECT/PSA interface for connecting a DECT or PSA system
The interface converter for DECT including accessories must
be separately ordered under the part number 735520 . When a
protocol PC is ordered (No. 735510) the interface converter is
included in the scope of delivery.
The functionality is described in detail below.
For connecting a PC or DECT system an RS485 to RS232 interface converter is required. The cable length between the SUD
and the interface converter must not exceed 250 m.
PC protocol (Prot IF)
Interface parameters:
• RS 485: 1200 Baud; 7 Bit; even parity; 2 Stopbit
• This protocol variant is only to be used with software provided by ELSO.
A small selection of events and their codes:
Event text of the
printer interface
Description
Event code of the
protocol interface
For all call/status messages, the following applies:
Call triggered/State initiated:
Call type „E2“
Call deleted/State reset:
Call type „E1“
Call information that is also sent to pager systems
Calls
Tel
Telephone call
110
Special call 1
121
Special call 2
122
R-Z
Room call
150
R-B1
Call bed 1
151
R-B2
Call bed 2
152
R-B3
Call bed 3
153
Printer protocol
Interface parameters:
• RS 485: 9600 Baud; 8 Bit; No parity; 1 Stopbit
The event text is output in the following structure:
dd.mm.yy hh:mm:ss; „Event message“-;-;-;<Station>;<Room>
Day. Month. Year Hour: Minute: Second; „Event message“-;-;;<Station>;>Room>
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Description of components
DECT/PSA protocol ESPA 4.4.4
Interface parameters:
• RS 485: 1200 Baud; 7 Bit; even parity; 2 Stopbit
Device 1 = SUD – „Control Station“, controls the entire communication,
Device 2 = PSA/DECT system /(e.g. DAKS server)
Polling-Funktion
Receive acknowledgement of the counterpart to an event
message
<EOT> 2 <ENQ>
<EOT>
Polling the counterpart via
the light call interface at 2 s
intervals.
Answer form the counterpartnothing to send.
If this polling does not occur for m seconds then the counterpart
generates a malfunction message. If a response does not occur 5
times, then the SUD generates a malfunction message in the light
call system.
<ACK>
Answer from the counterpart – „I am ready“
Further messages are then sent or the connection is closed
by the light call interface sending <EOT>. The polling function
then continues.
Establishing connection
<EOT> 1 <ENQ> 2 <ENQ>
<ACK>
Device 1 = SUD occupies
the cable as the master and
address the counterpart
device 2
Answer from the counterpart
– „I am ready“
If the counterpart does not answer then the light call interface
repeats the attempt up to 5 times. On the 5th attempt, the event
message is discarded without an ACK from the counterpart.
If the connection is established by receiving an ACK, then the
light call interface sends the event message.
Event messages
<SOH> 1
<STX>
1<US>1200<RS>
Optional:
T<US>yymmdd-hhmm<RS>
4<US>3<RS>
Optional:
I<US>0029<RS>
Header
Message type
Type 1:
„Call to Pager“
Data type 1 = Pager
address
Data:
Pager address „XXXX“
Data type T = Date/Time
Data type 4 = Call Type
(of the pager system)
Data:
2 = Speech Call
= queryable
3 = Standard Call
= not queryable:
1 = Reset Call
Optional:
with callback function
„22“ = Speech Call
(instead of Standard
Call)
Data type I =
Call-Id
Data:
4 digit consecutive
number of the call
message
Data:
yymmdd = date
hhmm = time
Optional:
with callback function
Event messages
Optional:
E<US>Ess,zzzr
<RS>
Optional:
3<US>n<RS>
or 6<US>n<RS>
2<US>RUF St.01 Z.247
<ETX> BCC
Data type E =
Nurse Call Interface
Data:
ss = Station address
zzz = room address
r = call position
within the room
Optional:
with callback function
Data type 3 =
Beep coding
Data:
n= Audio sequence
0...9
Data type 6 = Priority
Data type 2 =
Display message
„end of text“
BCC = Checksum
Data:
n = Priority 0...9
(not yet available)
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Selectable parameters
Polling active (default: yes)
Call repetition (0: none (default), 1...15 minutes)
Repetition interval
Time display (default: no)
A 16 character standard string is sent as a display
message:
R
Only relevant to speech function:
• Callback function active (default: no)
(expansions as per DAKS-ESPA)
• Call cancelling (when callback function active and call repetition = 0) (default: no)
U
F
S
4 characters
Event text
t
.
s
s
Z
ss: Station
.
z
z
z
zzz: Room
Example: Call St.03 Z.023 for call station 3 room 23
The events are assigned (a maximum of) 4-character text. For bed calls the "n" is replaced with the bed number.
Always visible events
A fine distinction between the call types is
only possible when the call event is currently
the most important event at the affected station or when the „Detailed call“ menu item is
set to „Yes“.
Event
Display text
Doctor call
DOC
Emergency call
EMER
Call
CALL
S1 call request
M-S1
S2 call request
M-S2
Doctor call request
M-A
Malfunction/Dropout
A/St
Diagnostic call
DIA
Nurse assistance room call
NZ
Room emergency call
NOTZ
Room call
RUFZ
Emergency call from bed n
N-Bn
Call from bed n
R-Bn
WC call
WC
Telephone call
TEL
Standard pager assignment
The assignment of the event messages to the receiver numbers
occurs on a station and event dependent basis.
Recipient numbers
0100
0101
Station
0110
0120
0200
0201
1
0210
0220
from room
0:
0:
0:
0:
0:
0:
0:
0:
to room
all
all
all
all
all
all
all
all
Time control
Active at night
Inactive at night
Day
24 h
24 h
Night
24 h
Day
24 h
24 h
Night
24 h
X
X
X
X
Doctor call
X
...
X
Emergency call
X
X
Call
X
X
X
X
Request S1
X
X
X
X
Request S2
X
X
X
X
Indicate doctor
...
2
X
X
Malfunction/Dropout
Diagnostic call
X
X
Room/Bed 1 – 6
X
WC call
Telephone call
90
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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Description of components
Recipient numbers
6300
6301
6310
6320
6400
6401
from room
0:
0:
0:
0:
0:
to room
all
all
all
all
Time control
Active at night
Inactive at night
Day
24 h
24 h
Night
24 h
Station
6410
6420
0:
0:
0:
0:
all
all
all
all
all
Day
24 h
24 h
Night
24 h
24 h
X
X
X
63
Doctor call
all
X
all
X
Emergency call
X
X
X
Call
X
X
X
X
Request S1
X
X
X
X
Request S2
X
X
X
Indicate doctor
9000
X
X
X
Malfunction/Dropout
X
Diagnostic call
X
X
X
X
X
Room/Bed 1 – 6
X
X
X
X
WC call
X
X
X
X
Telephone call
X
X
X
X
X
Input functions
8 analogue inputs are available. You can use the menu to
assign the following functions to all 8 inputs. Depending on the
assigned function, switched levels (S) or button impulses (T)
are required.
Input
Function
0
No function
1
Centralisation of the station (S or T)
2
Interconnection of group 1 (S or T)
3
Interconnection of group 2 (S or T)
4
Interconnection of group 3 (S or T)
5
Compulsory reception for all (S)
6
Compulsory reception for nurse
7
Learning of the existing rooms for own station (as monitoring range) (T)
8
Call (S)
9
Emergency call (S)
10
Diagnostic call (S)
11
Telephone call (S)
For 1..0.4: Group formation/Centralisation
Switch function:
The function is activated as long as a message level is present
and deactivated by a quiescent level. If tow of these inputs
have a message level at the same time then the last activated
function is active.
Button function:
Button functions for the group inputs can be activated in the
parameter menu. Each button push (message level) then
changes/inverts the state -> toggle function.
Example: 1. button push (group 1) -> Activation of G1, 2nd button push (group 1) -> Deactivation of interconnection.
However: When another group was activated in the meantime,
the 2nd button push is regarded as a new activation.
Example: 1. button push (group 1) -> Activation of G1, button
push (group 2) -> Activation of G2, 2nd button push (group 1)
-> Activation of G1, 3rd button push (group 1) -> Deactivation
of interconnection.
To 5, 6: Announcement
An announcement is active as long as a message level is
present (only useful with a speech module).
To 7: Learn monitoring range
A brief button push causes the monitoring range to be re-determined or the room installation re-learned.
For 8...11: Call functions
Call state while a message level is present. States are displayed via additional protocols.
Input
Function
Quiescent level
Closed to +24 V
Open
Switch function (S)
Activation of the corresponding state
Deactivation of the corresponding state
Button function (T)
Activation/Deactivation of the corresponding
state alternately (toggling) or triggering of
a function
None
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Additional protocols
The analogue inputs can be assigned the station bus
addresses 100 to 119. A room protocol is generated for every
assigned address that shows the call state(s) of the associated inputs (when the call function is defined). Multiple inputs
can be assigned the same address/protocol (the call states of
the inputs are then "ORed". Every address is assigned a text
that is shown on the displays (see following table). The text is
displayed instead of the room number. This also applies to displays on pagers/DECT systems.
Address
Text
Address
Text
100
Fire
110
Visit
101
101
111
Lift
102
Radio
112
Stairs
103
Door
113
Yard
104
Special
114
Sauna
105
Mains
115
Bathroom
106
Gas
116
Gong
107
Oxygen
117
OP
108
Technical
118
Reception
109
Malfunction
119
Entry
Example:
• A door contact (NO contact) is connected to input 1.
• Input 1 receives the function "8" = call (menu setting)
• Input 1 receives the additional protocol 103 (menu setting)
Shown on the duty room display: "Call door"
Group button function
Buttons or switches can be used for manual group interconnection. These are connected to the inputs intended for this
purpose. In this menu item you define whether the inputs with
the assigned functions G1, G2, G3 and centralisation are connected to buttons or switches.
Select "Yes" in this menu item when buttons are connected.
Select "No" in this menu item when switches are connected.
Output functions
8 outputs are available. You can use the menu to assign the following functions to all 8 outputs:
Input
Function
Outputs
Value
Unit
1
Display active centralisation of the station
3
W
2
Display active interconnection of group 1
8 light outputs, not short-circuit protected (maximum 125 mA/24 VDC)
3
Display active interconnection of group 2
4
Display active interconnection of group 3
5
Dropout/Malfunction within the own station
(on in quiescent state, off with malfunction/
dropout)
6
Call/Emergency call within the own station
(static call display, blinking alarm)
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Description of components
Connection to the RS 485/232 converter
T1T1+
R1R1+
Terminal
Terminal
Terminal
Terminal
4
3
2
1
(terminal designation at the converter; description on the rear
side of the converter should be ignored)
Cross-floor, room-wise intercom
In order to implement a cross-floor, room-wise intercom, a
speech expansion module (SUS) is required.
This is connected to the existing plug at the right of the station
transfer point, as shown in the illustration. The expansion module should be available in the 1st quarter of 2009.
Connection example/Technical data
General values
Temperature range
0 – 50 ˚C
Data preservation on power failure
10 years
Operating voltage
24 V (22 – 26 VDC)
Current consumption
100 mA (±10 mA)
Mounting on DIN rails
6 PLE
Degree of protection
IP20
Outputs
Value
Unit
Inputs
Quantity
8 light outputs not short-circuit protected (maximum 125 mA/24 VDC)
3
W
Button inputs
8
Jumper functions
J1/J2:
Connect the IF1 interface (R1- / R1+) with termination resistors
and should not be removed.
J4/J5:
Connect the station bus data cables (a/b) with termination
resistors and may not be removed, except when several station
transfer points are connected to a station bus. in this case both
jumpers should only be inserted at one station transfer point.
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J6/J7:
Connect the data cables at/bt of the floor bus with termination
resistors. Both of these jumpers must remain inserted at one
station transfer point in the system. These must be removed
from all other station transfer points.
The pulled jumpers can be "parked" in the jumper strip above
the Rx/Tx (IF1, IF2) terminals so that they are not lost.
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Description of components
Station bus
a
Open: Quiescent state
Closed: Active
+ 24 V
b
GND
Floor bus
at
bt
GND
Only for supplying power to
devices connected to the
floor bus (e.g. DCF clock)
Fuse
(pluggable)
+
J6
+24 +24
G
ZLZ SLZ
R1+
G
GND
t at bt G
R1-
T2+
J7
T1T1+
A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8
b d
R2+
+24
a
J4
R2-
E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 E7 E8
T2-
J5
Note: Parallel connection
of power supplies is not permitted.
J2
J1
S1
–
+ 24 V
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Rx
RS
+ –
Tx
485
S2
S3
+
External system:
PSA/DECT/protocol
computer
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Technical appendix
Address table for DIP switchNr.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Nr.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
Off
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
51
Off
Off
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
2
On
Off
On
On
On
On
On
On
52
On
On
Off
On
Off
Off
On
On
3
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
On
On
53
Off
On
Off
On
Off
Off
On
On
4
On
On
Off
On
On
On
On
On
54
On
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
On
On
5
Off
On
Off
On
On
On
On
On
55
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
On
On
6
On
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
On
56
On
On
On
Off
Off
Off
On
On
7
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
On
57
Off
On
On
Off
Off
Off
On
On
8
On
On
On
Off
On
On
On
On
58
On
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
On
On
9
Off
On
On
Off
On
On
On
On
59
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
On
On
10
On
Off
On
Off
On
On
On
On
60
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
11
Off
Off
On
Off
On
On
On
On
61
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
12
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
62
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
13
Off
On
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
63
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
14
On
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
64
On
On
On
On
On
On
Off
On
15
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
65
Off
On
On
On
On
On
Off
On
16
On
On
On
On
Off
On
On
On
66
On
Off
On
On
On
On
Off
On
17
Off
On
On
On
Off
On
On
On
67
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
Off
On
18
On
Off
On
On
Off
On
On
On
68
On
On
Off
On
On
On
Off
On
19
Off
Off
On
On
Off
On
On
On
69
Off
On
Off
On
On
On
Off
On
20
On
On
Off
On
Off
On
On
On
70
On
Off
Off
On
On
On
Off
On
21
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
On
On
71
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
Off
On
22
On
Off
Off
On
Off
On
On
On
72
On
On
On
Off
On
On
Off
On
23
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
On
On
On
73
Off
On
On
Off
On
On
Off
On
On
Off
On
Off
On
On
Off
On
24
On
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
On
74
25
Off
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
On
75
Off
Off
On
Off
On
On
Off
On
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
Off
On
26
On
Off
On
Off
Off
On
On
On
76
27
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
On
On
On
77
Off
On
Off
Off
On
On
Off
On
28
On
On
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
78
On
Off
Off
Off
On
On
Off
On
29
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
79
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
Off
On
30
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
80
On
On
On
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
On
On
Off
On
Off
On
31
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
81
32
On
On
On
On
On
Off
On
On
82
On
Off
On
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
Off
On
On
Off
On
Off
On
33
Off
On
On
On
On
Off
On
On
83
34
On
Off
On
On
On
Off
On
On
84
On
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
35
Off
Off
On
On
On
Off
On
On
85
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
36
On
On
Off
On
On
Off
On
On
86
On
Off
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
37
Off
On
Off
On
On
Off
On
On
87
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
On
On
On
Off
Off
On
Off
On
38
On
Off
Off
On
On
Off
On
On
88
39
Off
Off
Off
On
On
Off
On
On
89
Off
On
On
Off
Off
On
Off
On
On
Off
On
Off
Off
On
Off
On
40
On
On
On
Off
On
Off
On
On
90
41
Off
On
On
Off
On
Off
On
On
91
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
On
Off
On
42
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
On
92
On
On
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
On
43
Off
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
On
93
44
On
On
Off
Off
On
Off
On
On
94
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
On
45
Off
On
Off
Off
On
Off
On
On
95
46
On
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
On
On
96
On
On
On
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
97
Off
On
On
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
Off
On
On
On
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
On
On
On
Off
Off
On
47
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
On
48
On
On
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
98
49
Off
On
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
99
50
On
Off
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
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Technical appendix
Planning aids/Rules for room installation
System socket/
Call button with
system soket
Pneumatic
central plate
Function II
Pneumatic
central plate
Function I
Pneumatiktaster
Room call 1
Pull-switch
Room call
Devices with double functions (call/cancel button) occupy two
rows according to their associated definition (see switch settings).
Call/Presence-/
Cancel button
Room bus
Presence-/
Cancel button
Station bus
Call button
Each function row may only be occupied by a single device.
Coloured fields may not be occupied.
Room call 2
Room call 3
Room call 4
Room call 5
Room call 6
WC call
WC call 1
WC call 2
WC call 3
WC call 4
WC call 5
WC call 6
WC – A1
WC – A2
WC – A3
WC – A4
Call bed 1
Bed call 1 – 1
Bed call 1 – 2
Bed call 1 – 3
Call bed 2
Bed call 2 – 1
Bed call 2 – 2
Bed call 2 – 3
Call bed 3
Bed call 3 – 1
Bed call 3 – 2
Bed call 3 – 3
Call bed 4
Bed call 4 – 1
Bed call 4 – 2
Bed call 4 – 3
Call bed 5
Bed call 5 – 1
Bed call 5 – 2
Bed call 5 – 3
Call bed 6
Bed call 6 – 1
Bed call 6 – 2
Bed call 6 – 3
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System socket/
Call button with
system soket
Pneumatic
central plate
Function II
Pneumatic
central plate
Function I
Pneumatiktaster
S 1 – 1 +Acoustic
Pull-switch
Nurse I
Call/Presence-/
Cancel button
Room bus
Presence-/
Cancel button
Station bus
Call button
Technical appendix
Nurse 1 – 2
Nurse 1 – 3
Nurse 1 – 4
Nurse 1 – 5
Nurse 1 – 6
Nurse 1 – 7
Diagnostic
Monitor 1
Monitor 2
Monitor 3
Monitor 4
Monitor 5
Monitor 6
Monitor 7
Monitor 8
Special call I
Special 1 – 1
Special 1 – 2
Special 1 – 3
Special 1 – 4
Special 1 – 5
Special 1 – 6
Special 1 – 7
Special 1 – 8
Special call II
Special 2 – 1
Special 2 – 2
Special 2 – 3
Special 2 – 4
Special 2 – 5
Special 2 – 6
Special 2 – 7
Special 2 – 8
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Sample
Sample operating log for call systems as per DIN VDE 0834
System location
Name:
Address:
Telephone:
Service modem telephone number:
Operator
Name:
Address:
Telephone:
Trained person*
Name:
Address:
Telephone:
*If other people are trained, see appendix
Installer
Name:
Address:
Telephone:
Maintainer
Name:
Address:
Telephone:
This sample is also available as a PDF document for
downloading from our Internet site at:
www.elso.de ‡ Products ‡ Call systems ‡ ELSO MEDIOPT care®
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Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Sample
Master data
Manufacturer:
Address of those responsible:
Fax:
Contact:
Telephone:
Hotline / Central reception
Name:
Address:
Telephone:
Installed system
System:
Year of manufacture:
Call system version as per DIN / VDE 0834:
Yes / No
Call system maintenance as per DIN / VDE
Yes / No
Deviations:
Type of service contract:
No.:
Number of stations:
Number of rooms:
Number of beds:
Expansions
System:
Year of manufacture:
Enhancements:
Number of stations:
Number of rooms:
Number of beds:
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99
Sample
Call system commissioning log
1. The following system components were checked according to the manufacturer‘s service documents:
® Call buttons and movable devices for triggering calls
® All other operating devices such as presence buttons, cancel buttons etc.
® Signal lights and acoustic alarms
® All other display units
® All call query systems including any speech channels, volume, speech comprehensibility
® Interfaces to other systems not belonging to the call system
® Power supplies
2. The following system documentation was provided to the operator:
Location of the documents:
® System documentation with cable diagram, distributor connections, device list, etc.
® Installation and commissioning instructions
® Operating manuals
® Servicing instructions
® Configuration of the system
3. Instruction of the operator in the operation of the call system:
Date:
Repeated:
4. Acceptance performed on:
Date:
Company
Name
Signature
Planner:
Installer:
Operator:
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Date
Time
What were the symptoms of the fault? Type
of malfunction
System component
Forwarded on
Completed on
Name of person making
the entry
Sample
Malfunction messages
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
101
Event system
102
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Message organised
If yes, who takes action?
What is to be
done?
Replacement
devices
Repair initiated
Service partner
Samples
Message plan
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Date
Time
Work performed – discovered causes
System component
What malfunctions were fixed?
Name of person making
the entry
Samples
Servicing – Inspection – Maintenance – Repair work
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
103
Notes
References
Sources:
Call system planning brochure
Central Association of the Electrical and Electronic Industry (ZVEI) e.V. Safety Systems Association
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2. OG
1. OG
EG
Planning example
No./Components
Number of rooms/Number of components
735000, Room/Duty room with RAT and display
1
1
1
Pieces Current consumption
24 VPC
Single EUR Total EUR
3
735020, Room module with RAT and display
X120 mA
30 2 0
735030, Room module with RAT
735040, Room signal light
X300 mA= 0,9 A
13
50
X100 mA= 5 A
13
X200 mA= 2,6 A
735350, Designer room light, 3-way
X90 mA
735360, Designer room light, 2-way
X60 mA
735300, Designer room light, 3-way Comfort with door plate
X90 mA
735310, Designer room light, 2-way Comfort with door plate
X60 mA
X120 mA
735320, Designer room light, 2-way
Comfort with door plate
735370, Comfort with door plate
735330, Comfort with door plate Standard room signal light, 3-way
30
30
735340, Comfort with door plate Standard room signal light, 2-way
X90 mA= 2,7 A
X60 mA
733650, Standard room signal light
735370, Comfort with door plate Standard room signal light, 3-way
X90 mA
735380, Comfort with door plate Standard room signal light, 2-way
X60 mA
735390, Comfort with door plate
735490, Room signal light, 3-way
X160 mA
735480, Group signal light, 2-way
X110 mA
735090, Call button
X30 mA
735070, Call/Cancel button
13
13
735070, Presence / Cancel button
13 30 20
63
X35 mA= 0,445 A
X35 mA= 2,205 A
735100, Pull-switch
13 30 20
63
X30 mA= 1,89 A
735150, Pneumatic switch
X20 mA
73348x, Comfort pear switch
-
7339x,
Comfort pear switch 1xlight
-
733500, Comfort pear switch 2xlight
-
73516x, system socket for pear switch
X30 mA
735174, system socket for pear switch (2)
X30 mA
73518x, system socket for pear switch (3)
73512x, Call button with system socket (1)
X30 mA
13 30 20
63
X30 mA= 1,89 A
735134, Call button with system socket (2)
X30 mA
73519x, Call button with system socket (3)
X30 mA
735140, Monitor button central plate
X20 mA
735600, Corridor display, 1-sided, wall-mounting
X500mA
735610, Corridor display, 1-sided, wall-mounting
X500 mA
735620, Corridor display, 2-sided, wall-mounting
X1000 mA
735630, Corridor display, ceiling, 1-sided
735640, Corridor display, ceiling, 2-sided
X500 mA
1
735290, DCF receiver
1
1
X1000 mA= 1 A
1
X50 mA= 0,05 A
X100 mA= 0,3 A
733450, Overvoltage protection module
735200, Station transfer point
1
735510, Single position PC, project-ready
1
1
3
1
1
2
1
2
720960, 100 W power supply
735240, 200 W power supply
1
735220, 310 W power supply
1
1
730360, Radio receiver
730370, Hand transmitter
730390, Armband hand transmitter
73580x, Call button plate (1)
73584x, Call button plate (2)
735904, Call button plate (2)
73581x, Pull-switch central plate (1)
13 30 20
63
13 30 20
63
13
13
52 90 60
202
735914, Pull-switch central plate (2)
73588x, Pull-switch central plate (3)
73583x, Pull-switch central plate (1)
735934, Pull-switch central plate (1)
73589x, Pull-switch central plate (2)
73585x, Pneumatic central plate (1)
735854, Pneumatic central plate (2)
73594x, Pneumatic central plate (3)
73586x, Pneumatic central plate (1)
735964, Pneumatic central plate (2)
73582x, Call button plate (1)
735924, Call button plate (2)
73587x, Call button plate (3)
Frame, 1-way
Frame, 2-way
x:
(1):
(2):
(3):
SSD:
*:
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Various colours
Summe 18,99 A*
for ELSO FASHION/SCALA/RIVA
for ELSO NOVIA
for ELSO JOY
SSD system socket
Ratings of the emergency power supply (uninterruptible power supply (UPS)) P=U x l -> P=24 VDC x x 18.99 A=455.76 W.
In the worst case the entire system has a power consumption of 455.76 W. The UPS used must provide this power for 1 h.
Technical changes, errors and printing mistakes excepted
Planning assistance
No./Components
Number of rooms/Number of components
Pieces Current consumption
24 VPC
Single EUR Total EUR
735000, Room/Duty room with RAT and display
X300 mA
735020, Room module with RAT and display
X120 mA
735030, Room module with RAT
X100 mA
735040, Room signal light
X200 mA
735350, Designer room light, 3-way
X90 mA
735360, Designer room light, 2-way
X60 mA
735300, Designer room light, 3-way Comfort with door plate
X90 mA
735310, Designer room light, 2-way Comfort with door plate
X60 mA
X120 mA
735320, Designer room light, 2-way
Comfort with door plate
735370, Comfort with door plate
735330, Comfort with door plate Standard room signal light, 3-way
X90 mA
735340, Comfort with door plate Standard room signal light, 2-way
X60 mA
733650, Standard room signal light
735370, Comfort with door plate Standard room signal light, 3-way
X90 mA
735380, Comfort with door plate Standard room signal light, 2-way
X60 mA
735390, Comfort with door plate
735490, Room signal light, 3-way
X160 mA
735480, Group signal light, 2-way
X110 mA
735090, Call button
X30 mA
735070, Call/Cancel button
X35 mA
735070, Presence / Cancel button
X35 mA
735100, Pull-switch
X30 mA
735150, Pneumatic switch
X20 mA
73348x, Comfort pear switch
-
7339x,
Comfort pear switch 1xlight
-
733500, Comfort pear switch 2xlight
-
73516x, system socket for pear switch
X30 mA
735174, system socket for pear switch (2)
X30 mA
73518x, system socket for pear switch (3)
X30 mA
73512x, Call button with system socket (1)
X30 mA
735134, Call button with system socket (2)
X30 mA
73519x, Call button with system socket (3)
X30 mA
735140, Monitor button central plate
X20 mA
735600, Corridor display, 1-sided, wall-mounting
X500mA
735610, Corridor display, 1-sided, wall-mounting
X500 mA
735620, Corridor display, 2-sided, wall-mounting
X1000 mA
735630, Corridor display, ceiling, 1-sided
X500 mA
735640, Corridor display, ceiling, 2-sided
X1000 mA
735290, DCF receiver
X50 mA
733450, Overvoltage protection module
735200, Station transfer point
X100 mA
735510, Single position PC, project-ready
720960, 100 W power supply
735240, 200 W power supply
735220, 310 W power supply
730360, Radio receiver
730370, Hand transmitter
730390, Armband hand transmitter
73580x, Call button plate (1)
73584x, Call button plate (2)
735904, Call button plate (2)
73581x, Pull-switch central plate (1)
735914, Pull-switch central plate (2)
73588x, Pull-switch central plate (3)
73583x, Pull-switch central plate (1)
735934, Pull-switch central plate (1)
73589x, Pull-switch central plate (2)
73585x, Pneumatic central plate (1)
735854, Pneumatic central plate (2)
73594x, Pneumatic central plate (3)
73586x, Pneumatic central plate (1)
735964, Pneumatic central plate (2)
73582x, Call button plate (1)
735924, Call button plate (2)
73587x, Call button plate (3)
Frame, 1-way
Frame, 2-way
x:
(1):
(2):
(3):
SSD:
*:
Various colours
for ELSO FASHION/SCALA/RIVA
for ELSO NOVIA
for ELSO JOY
SSD system socket
Ratings of the emergency power supply (uninterruptible power supply (UPS)) P=U x l -> P=24 VDC x x 18.99 A=455.76 W.
In the worst case the entire system has a power consumption of 455.76 W. The UPS used must provide this power for 1 h.
ELSO GmbH
Frankenhäuser Straße 64
D-99706 Sondershausen
Tel:
+49 (0) 36 32 / 51-0
Fax: +49 (0) 36 32 / 51-5 90
Layout, implementation and production:
www.elso.de
©PROFIL PR & Werbeagentur GmbH, Erfurt
[email protected]
www.profilpr.de
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Frankfurt am Main
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Planning assistance
ELSO GmbH
Frankenhäuser Straße 64
D-99706 Sondershausen
Tel:
+49 (0) 36 32 / 51-0
Fax: +49 (0) 36 32 / 51-5 90
Layout, implementation and production:
www.elso.de
©PROFIL PR & Werbeagentur GmbH, Erfurt
[email protected]
www.profilpr.de
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