DSP gestütztes akustisches Gefahrenmeldesystem

DSP gestütztes akustisches Gefahrenmeldesystem
DSP-powered Voice Alarm System
System family
VAS 16 M/S
VAS 16 M
VAS 16 S
VAS Line
Manual
English
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September 2015
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DOCUMENT OF CERTIFICATION
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Contents
0.
Document of certification .............................................................................................. 2
1.
Introduction: System Family.......................................................................................... 5
1.1
Common description VAS 16 M/S / VASLINE .............................................................. 5
1.1.1
Main Features VAS 16 M/S ........................................................................................... 6
1.1.2
Main Features VAS LINE .............................................................................................. 7
2.
Description .................................................................................................................... 8
2.1
Features VAS 16 M/S: .................................................................................................. 8
2.1.1
Frontview VAS 16 M/S (identical for master- and slave- version) .............................. 8
2.1.2
Frontview VASLINE ................................................................................................... 10
2.1.3
PowerUp / Language Selection / Factory Reset ........................................................ 12
2.1.4
Adjusting the Level of an Available Input Source : ..................................................... 13
2.1.5
Rearview VAS 16 M/S ( identically for master- and slave- version ) ........................ 14
2.1.6
Rearview VAS LINE................................................................................................... 18
2.2
Smallest possible system configuration ...................................................................... 20
2.3
The MP3-Memory Card ( VAS 16 M respective VAS 16 S only ) ......................... 21
2.4
Priority – Administration ( VAS 16 M respective VAS 16 S only ) ...................... 22
3.
External components : ................................................................................................. 23
3.1
Standard – microphone-desks : ( VAS 16 M respective VAS 16 S only ).................. 23
3.1.1
MAG 80 ( VAS 16 M respective VAS 16 S only ) .................................................... 24
3.1.2
défini.
MAGPL-D
( VAS 16 M respective VAS 16 S only ) ......... Erreur ! Signet non
3.1.3
MAGPX-4
( VAS 16 M respective VAS 16 S only ) .......................... 27
3.2
Fire - Mics : ......................................................................... Erreur ! Signet non défini.
3.2.1
MAGS
3.2.2
MAGS FP ( VAS 16 M respective VAS 16 S only ) .............................................. 280
3.3
I/O-Port (extern) ........................................................................................................ 322
3.4
Connecting the Alarmcontacts ................................................................................... 344
3.5
external relay board VAS 16 REL ............................................................................. 36
3.5.1
Common description: Relayboard VAS REL .............................................................. 37
3.5.2
Description : ................................................................................................................ 37
3.5.3
Decoder „Bus-Function“ .......................................................................................... 39
3.5.4
Decoder „Global-Function“ ....................................................................................... 40
3.5.5
Decoder „Contact-Function“ ...................................................................................... 40
3.5.6
Four relay blocks : ..................................................................................................... 41
3.5.7
Powersupply for relay blocks ...................................................................................... 41
3.5.8
Connecting Data Bus ................................................................................................... 41
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Technical Data : .......................................................................................................... 42
4.0
Operation ..................................................................................................................... 44
4.1
Start-up : ..................................................................................................................... 44
4.1.0
PowerUp / Language Selection / Factory Reset ........................................................ 44
4.1.1
Start of the installation-run ......................................................................................... 45
4.1.2
displaying the identified components.......................................................................... 46
4.2
Music: Level and Routing of enabled sources ............................................................. 50
4.3
Error – messages at the System VAS16 : .................................................................... 51
5.
Programming ............................................................................................................... 58
5.1
Level and routing / disabling and enabling of audio-sources : ................................. 58
5.2
relay programming : .................................................................................................... 59
5.3
Special functions: ........................................................................................................ 59
5.4
ALARM-START............................................................................................................ 60
5.5
ALARM-CODE-Page ( additional only on slave-units ! ) .......................................... 61
5.6
impedance tolerance : ................................................................................................. 61
5.7
Level of pilot signal : ................................................................................................... 62
5.8
Measurement ( MESSUNG ) : ..................................................................................... 62
5.9
POWER – ON – RESET : ........................................................................................... 63
6.
Connecting a PC.......................................................................................................... 64
6.1
Using WINDOWS XP © Hyperterminal ..................................................................... 64
6.2
Download and Upload of parameters using VASMON ............................................ 70
7.
Appendix : .................................................................................................................... 71
7.1
System setups ( examples )........................................................................................... 71
7.2
Planning a system / Help ............................................................................................. 75
7.3
Tips for planning and installation : ............................................................................. 79
7.4
Technical Data ............................................................................................................ 80
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1.
INTRODUCTION: SYSTEM FAMILY
VAS 16 M/S, VAS16 S and VASLINE are part of a complete range of
products to set up Public Address and Voice Alarm Systems compliant with the
actual standards and regulations DIN/EN 60849 respective DIN EN 54-16
In this product range you will find central controllers like VAS 16, the amplifier
and zone extension module VASLINE , the emergency power supply units
VAS 24/54, M.P.A.S CHARGER 6/12 and M.P.A.S SWITCH 6 , the amplifiers
of the SINUS-series or the firemen microphone- terminals VAS 16 SYS FT,
VAS 16 SYS FH and VAS 16 FirePanel.
1.1
COMMON DESCRIPTION VAS 16 M/S / VASLINE
The system VAS 16 originally was developed to set up public address and Voice
Alarm System to be in accordance with DIN/EN60849 (VDE 0828).
The central unit VAS 16 M/S manages the distribution of live spoken
announcements, memorized emergency and Evacuation calls, chimes or
background music; it organizes all requested supervision functions; the effects of
detected problems will be minimized.
In minimum setup the system works with one standard amplifier and one spare
amp; there can be handled up to eight complete speaker lines, wired as 8
complete A/B- zones.
In case of more zones required, up to 9 more units VAS 16 S resp. VAS Line
can be tied together to a centralized or decentralized system.
Announcements or signal tones are stored in MP3-format on a SD memory card.
The functionality of the audio memory is permanently supervised. Content may
be changed by a trained installation company (CAUTION: the memory card is
located inside the unit; the central unit has to be opened).
In order to submit the connection of all components and all functions in an electro
installation box, there is an optional external I/O-Board, connected via Standard
Dsub-25pin-cable to the central unit VAS 16 M/S . In addition, there were dry
relay contacts like “general fault“ and “obligation-call“.
VASLINE permanently monitors connected amplifiers and speaker lines. In
association with VAS 16 systems you can extend the number of monitored
speaker lines. Prerecorded announcements may be triggered or live
announcements may be performed form terminals VAS 16 TER, VAS 16 SYS
80 or VAS 16 FirePanel in combination with optional temporary zone mute by
relays.
VAS 16 M/S respective VASLINE identify all the connected components by
an automatic Installation run. All the component-names were shown in the
display. After the end of the installation run, the system checks permanently the
proper function of all identified components.
Any fault generates a corresponding system reaction and/or a notice.
The use of actual DSP-technologies allows future upgrades.
Possible applications were found at schools, shops, factories, administration
buildings and hotels.
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1.1.1
MAIN FEATURES VAS 16 M/S
 Supervision of up to eight (8) power-amps (100V), connected via four (4) transformer-balanced outputs with separate volume and tone control ( treble and bass ).
 Supervision of a 100V-spare-amp: connected via transformer -balanced output.
 Supervision of up to 8 speaker-zones, consequently wired as A/B-lines, so there are
16 measurement-zones. Supervision of every connected zone to broken line,
impedance change, short line and ground fault. A detected short-line causes the
separation of the corresponding speaker line.
 Connection-point for two (2) fire-mics on the rear of the central unit, but also one (1)
on the front panel (handheld mic ). Coils and request-lines were supervised to broken
line and short line
 Connection-points for up to eight (8) supervised system-mics:
MAGPX-4 (supervised) and/or
MAGPL-D, ( not supervised, as many as desired )
 Up to 80 call-zones; programmable pre-announcement chime.
Optional switching ON/OFF the complete music section by VAS16 SYS 80 or
VAS16 TER ( depending on configuration. )
 Two (2) contact inputs to activate the AUX-Audio-inputs (for commercials f.e. ) ;
routing and level configuration for each audio output.
free
 Four (4) music inputs with full audio matrix-function; free routing and level
configuration for each audio output.
 Four (4) prerecorded alarm-messages ( Evacuation message f.e.) selectable
triggering by external supervised contact closure; full audio matrix-function with free
routing and level configuration for each audio output; additional covered start-button
for ALARM1 at the frontpanel of the system. Two (2) stored text-messages ( “closing
the shop“/ “end of opening time” f.e. ) selectable triggering by external contact
closure; full audio matrix-function with free routing and level configuration for each
audio output; ( for example: timer-controlled...)
 External triggerable chime with full audio matrix-function; free routing and level
configuration for each audio output;
 Messages and audio signals stored on SD/MMC-flashcard as MP3-files; internal
player permanently supervised.
 Easy system configuration by buttons and LC-display on the front of the unit;
PC-interface port provided, PC not required for system-setup, but suggested.
 Fault detection relay for general fault or power failure.
Obligation relay to bypass external speaker-level-control (on optional I/O-Board)
 Automatic program-mute and audio low cut in case of 24V-operation
 Up to 10 units stackable ( master/slave - procedure)
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1.1.2
MAIN FEATURES VAS LINE
 Two (2) audio inputs/outputs for passing through the audio signal.
 Supervision of up to eight (8) power-amps (100V), connected via two (2) transformer-balanced outputs
 When using in combination with a system VAS 16 M/S , one or two of the VAS 16
audio outputs will be connected to the audio inputs of the VAS Line.
Then it can be configured weather this connections are monitored or not.
In addition the control bus “CASCADE“ hast to be connected .
(When using together with a GRÄF&MEYER - GREE MATRIX system, the audio
connections have to be established in the same way but no control bus connection
can be made; the firmware of a GREEMATRIX-Basic Unit has to be a special
revision.) At VASLINE it can be configured weather it is connected to an VAS 16 or
GREEMATRIX .
VASLINE works with any preamplifier; if the preamp does not fit the 22kHz – pilot
signal with 100 mVpp level to its audio outputs, it is necessary to switch off the
monitoring of this connection.
 Supervision of a 100V-spare-amp: connected via transformer -balanced output.
 Supervision of up to 8 speaker-zones, consequently wired as A/B-lines, so there are
16 measurement-zones. Supervision of every connected zone to broken line,
impedance change, short line and ground fault. A detected short-line causes the
separation of the corresponding speaker line.
 Up to 80 call-zones when using VAS 16 M and MAG 80
 Easy system configuration by buttons and LC-display on the front of the unit;
PC-interface port provided, PC not required for system-setup, but suggested
 Fault detection relay for general fault or power failure.
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DESCRIPTION
2.1
FEATURES VAS 16 M/S:
2.1.1
FRONT VIEW VAS 16 M/S (IDENTICAL FOR MASTER- AND SLAVE- VERSION)
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button [ T1 ]
2:
button [ T2 ]
3:
button [ T3 ]
4:
button [ T4 ]
5:
PROGRAMM- button [ PRG ]
6
VOLUME- button [ VOL ]
7:
+ button [ + ] increase
8:
- button [ - ] decrease
9:
LC-display , 2 x 20 character
10:
POWER - LED
Indicates the presence of the 230V – line voltage
11:
ERROR – LED
Indicates an actual fault;
on system POWER-ON: some seconds blinking for system check
12:
ALARM 1 ( covered switch )
13:
lockable connector for handheld firemic
Only one firemic at a time allowed for the connector on the front panel, the firemic1
connectors on the back panel or the firemic1 port on the I/O extension card (
including VAS 16 FP FirePanel )
14:
handheld firemic
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FRONTVIEW VASLINE
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button
[ T1 ]
2:
button
[ T2 ]
3:
button
[ T3 ]
4:
PROGRAMMING – button [ PRG ]
5:
POWER – LED, green
Indicating the presence of 230V – mains supply
6:
ERROR – LED, orange
Indicating an actual present error;
on POWER UP LED is blinking for a short time.
7:
LC-Display , 2 x 20 characters
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2.1.3
POWERUP / LANGUAGE SELECTION / FACTORY RESET
After connecting to the power / turning on the unit, system comes up as follows
language
V n.n
Language stands for the
selected
Language of the user interface /
menus
V n.n is the installed firmware
... and 2 seconds later
V n.n
dd.mm.yy : date of release of the
installed firmware
dd.mm.yy
… and within another 2 seconds :
for VAS 16
ZONE 1:
SYSTEM_OK
MUSIC 1
VAS16M
resp. for VAS Line
VASLINE
Normal view
SYSTEM: OK
Language:
Selection of the language by pushing and holding one of the buttons on front
plate during power up:
[ T1 ]
for GERMAN
[ T2 ]
for ENGLISH
[ T3 ]
for FRENCH.
resp..
The system automatically saves the selected language for next system start –
even through a FACTORY – RESET !
Factory default is GERMAN
Similar for microphone terminal VAS 16 TER and VAS 16 SYS 80
Factory Reset:
Resetting the units parameters to the factory default settings occurs by pushing
and holding the buttons [ PRG ] und [ T3 ] during power up
Only the language selection will not be affected from this factory reset.
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2.1.4
ADJUSTING THE LEVEL OF AN AVAILABLE INPUT SOURCE :
Adjusting a level :
ZONE 1
SYSTEM_OK
MUSIC 1
VAS16M
Starting with this standard display view:
The zone to be edited will be selected by pressing one of the buttons
[ T1 ] ...[ T4 ]. The zone names may be configured. ( ref 6.1 )
Selecting the active source:
Every further pressing of the same button leads on to the next available ( not
blocked ) source to be routed to the actual output zone.
One or more music sources may be blocked.
Example: music 1 / music 4 / => and back again to music 1; the two other inputs are
blocked and may not be selected for the playout to the actual output zone.
Selecting the source to be edited:
By the first pressing of the button [ VOL ] the display shows the level-menu:
ZONE 1
LEVEL: MUSIC 3
MUSIC 1
-12dB
ATTENTION:
the source to be edited not mandatory is the source displayed
in the upper line of the display!!!
Selecting the source which level has to be edited for the actual displayed output
zone by pressing one or more times the button [ VOL ] .
The sources will appear in the lower display line in the following order:
MUSIC 1 => MUSIC 2 => MUSIC 3 => MUSIC 4 => MUSIC MASTER =>
chime => TEXT 1 => TEXT 2 => AUX 1 => AUX 2 => and music 1 again …
Setting the volume :
pressing the buttons [ + ] respective [ - ] changes the audio level for the
displayed cross point of input source and output zone.
+ : raises - : reduces
the level
Valid values for the levels are
- For music 1..4, chime, text 1..2, AUX 1..2 :
“ -16dB” … “ -00dB”
- For music master
“ -30dB” … “ -00dB”
If " - - dB" appears behind a selected input, so this input may not be activated
for the actual displayed output; this connection is blocked by programming,
the source cannot be routed to the actual displayed output zone.
(also ref. installation run )
(return to standard display view by pressing [ PRG ] two times - or by
waiting a few seconds, then the system returns automatically to the standard
view. )
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2.1.5
REARVIEW VAS 16 M/S ( IDENTICALLY FOR MASTER- AND SLAVE- VERSION )
Mains/Power-switch
22
21 mains connector and fuse
Connector Future2
24
RS 232-interface
44
I/O-Port D-Sub 25pin
25
23
24V IN
26
cascade
AUX 1 audio-IN
28
AUX 2 audio-IN
audio -OUT 1
MUSIC IN 1
audio -OUT 2
MUSIC IN 2
36
27
MUSIC IN 3
audio -OUT 3
MUSIC IN 4
audio -OUT 4
VAS SYS bus
29
30
37 audio -OUT spare amp
45
REQ
FIRE MIK 1
REQ
FIRE MIK 2
38
spare-amp 100V IN
39
amp in line 1 100V IN
speaker line 1A Out
speaker line 1B Out
...
40
MAGPL-D MAGPX-4 Port:
audio
button 1
button 2
(button 3)
(button 4)
31
32
33
34
35
ALARM 1
ALARM 2
ALARM 3
ALARM 4
TEXT 1
TEXT 2
CHIME
AUX 1 REQ
X 2 REQ
RELAIS:
gen. fault
…
emergency
41
power fail
Pin out “Future2“ :
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
amp in line 8 100V IN
speaker line 8A Out
speaker line 8B Out
programming-mode
nc.
external mains failiure external mains failiure –
battery error
programming-mode
nc..
nc.
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power connector
230V / 50 Hz euro-connector with integrated fuse ;
fuse 5x20mm 3,15A slowblow.
( with equipped battery – emergency power : ) missing main power causes a
failure message, muting of program inputs music 1 …4 and activates a low
cut for all audio outputs to save battery power.
22:
Mains switch ON / OFF
Separates the central unit from mains power.
ATTENTION: the switch does not affect the 24V-power supply.
23:
24V connector:
2pin plug ( included ) to connect the emergency battery.
(when main power is present : ) missing battery voltage causes a failure
message
24:
RS232 interface D-Sub 9pol(m)
Connection to the PC by cross-cable [ 2-3 / 3-2 / 5-5 ]
Using a suitable communication program ( f.e. WINDOWS © XP
HyperTerminal ) much useful parameters can be viewed and set, saved in a
protocol-file ; even the zone-identification for the naming of the output-lines
can be set here
25:
I/O-Port D-Sub 25pol (m)
Connection to an (optional) external I/O-Board; D-Sub25pin cable
(cable included with the I/O – Port )
26:
Cascade-connector RJ45: ( I/O CAS )
Optional connection to one or more salve-units VAS 16 S and/or VASLine
The connection uses all 8 pins of the connector. It’s not a LAN – connection.
Additional slaves VAS 16 S have to be connected in parallel - using an
appropriate connector ( included with VAS 16 S slave on request )
27:
Music 1 In / Music 2 In / Music 3 In / Music 4 In
4 Cinch-connectors for background-music.
28:
AUX 1 program In / AUX 2 program In
Two (2) phoenix-plugs to connect line-level audio signals f.e. for commercial
spots or other sound sources. Sending the sound to speaker line
unconditionally needs an active request on the corresponding request pin.
29:
FireMic1 - In / FireMic2 – In ( audio and request ).
Two (2) phoenix-plugs to connect dynamic capsules of fire-mics
Two (2)
phoenix-plugs to connect the corresponding request lines.
Capsule and request lines supervised on short line, broken line and ground
fault.
Sending the sound to a speaker line unconditionally needs an active request
on the corresponding request pin (PTT).
Only one firemic at a time allowed for the connector on the front panel, the
firemic1 connectors on the back panel or the firemic1 port on the I/O
extension card ( including VAS 16 FP FirePanel ).
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VAS-SYS 2/4 Port
Phoenix-plug to connect dynamic capsules of MAGPL-D MAGPX-4
Phoenix-plugs to connect corresponding line-buttons of MAGPL-D
MAGPX-4 the port is not supervised.
Sending the sound to a speaker line unconditionally needs an active
request on the corresponding line-button.
31:
4x alarm-input: ALARM 1 .. ALARM 4
Phoenix-plug to connect 4 external alarm-lines
the request lines are supervised. Please refer to the prescribed interior
wiring of the alarm boxes (following later in this manual ).
32:
text 1-start / text 2 -start
Phoenix-plug to connect the request-signal for starting the replay of two
internal stored audio-signals; ( “we close the shop … “ or similar)
while playing the spot, the signal feeds the programmed zone(s) with
programmed volume.
33:
Chime trigger
Phoenix-plug to connect the request-signal for triggering the replay of an
internal stored audio-signal, this may be a chime (default) ;
while reproducing the file, the signal feeds the programmed zone(s) with
programmed volume.
34:
AUX 1 – request / AUX 2 – request
Phoenix-plug to connect the request-signal for enabling the corresponding
audio-signal on inputs AUX 1 program In / AUX 2 program In.)
35:
Indication relays: general fault / emergency / power fail
On the back panel of the central units VAS 16 M/S fault messages are
available as follows :
general fault / system error :
fault message combining all the fault
messages of the system to a common message
emergency:
box or a micro
the signal indicates a running alarm started by a alarm
power fail :
indicates the absence of one of the energy-sources
mains or battery
36:
Audio Out 1 / Audio Out 2 / Audio Out 3 / Audio Out 4
Four (4) transformer balanced audio line-outputs to feed the 100Vamplifiers for the speaker zones.
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Spare amp out
Transformer balanced, free of ground audio line-output to feed the 100Vspare amplifier of the system. The presence of a spare amp on each VAS
16 M/S is mandatory to fulfill the regulations of EN 60849.
38:
100V In from spare amp
100V-input to connect the 100V-signal of the spare amp to the central unit
39:
Speaker line 1A/1B
100V-amp input
Input to connect to the central unit the100V-signal of the amplifier that
feeds the speaker line 1
40:
Speaker line 1A 100V-out / speaker line 1B 100V-out
switched 100V-Output for speaker line 1A/1B
41:
Speaker line nA / nB
100V-amp input
Input to connect to the central unit the100V-signal of the amplifier that
feeds the speaker line n
42:
Speaker line nA 100V-out / speaker line nB 100V-out
function Identic to (19) for speaker lines 2 ... 8
43+44: Futur I
and
Futur II
Connectors for future extensions
45:
Connection terminal bus VAS 16 SYS 80CH
NOTE: all the phoenix plugs needed for the system-setup are included and
come with the unit.
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2.1.6
REARVIEW VAS LINE
1
Mains/Power switch
RS 232-interface
mains connector and fuse
2
4
3
24V IN
5
cascade in/out
Audio IN1
6
Audio IN2
Audio OUT 1
8
Audio OUT 2
9 Audio OUT spare amp
7
RELAIS:
power error
general error
EMERGENCY
10
100V In from spare
11
100V from amp for zone 1
Speaker out zone 1A
Speaker out zone 1B
...
12
…
13
100V from amp for zone 8
Speaker out zone 8A
14 Speaker out zone 8B
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Functions and connection similar to VAS 16 M/S:
1:
mains connector 230 V:
2:
mains switch ON / OFF:
3:
24V connector :
4:
RS232 interface D-Sub 9pin(m) :
5:
cascade RJ45-connector:
7:
error relais
9:
audio out to spare amp
:
general / emergency / supply
Transformer balanced audio line-output to spare amp
10:
incomming 100V from spare amp to the system
11:
incoming 100V for speaker zone 1A / 1B
12:
speaker zone 1A 100V-out / speaker zone 1B 100V-out
13:
incoming 100V for speaker zone nA / nB
Similar to (11) only for zone 2…8
14:
speaker zone nA 100V-out / speaker zone nB 100V-out
Similar to (12) only for zone 2…8
At variance with VAS 16 the following elements are present:
6:
IN 1
/
IN 2:
Chinch connectors for audio line signals;
a signal fed to IN 1 is available in parallel at Out 1,
a signal fed to IN 2 is available in parallel at Out 2 .
8:
NF 1 Out / NF 2 Out /
Transformer balanced, ground-lift, audio line-outputs,
to the 100V- zone amp(s).
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NOTE: all the phoenix plugs needed for the system-setup are included and come
with the unit.
2.2
SMALLEST POSSIBLE SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
For the smallest possible system setup of an VAS 16 M system compliant to EN
60849 two channels of 100V-amps have to be provided.
One amp channel as standard zone amp, one as a spare amp.
The line-input of the standard amplifier will be connected to one of the outputs
Out CH1 ... Out CH4 of the VAS 16 M ( f.e. Out CH. 4 ).
The 100V-output of the standard-amplifier feeds the input connector of the
desired output-relay. ( f.e. relay CH8 )
100 V amplifier
B / A
speaker lines
VAS 16 M/S
Line Output
The input of the second amplifier (spare amp ) will be connected to the spare
amp output ( OUT SPARE ) of the VAS 16 M.
The 100V-output of tthe spare amp will be connected to the input connector for
the 100V-spare amp signal. (SPARE AMP )
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2.3
THE MP3-MEMORY CARD ( VAS 16 M
RESPECTIVE
VAS 16 S ONLY )
Inside the unit there is a card slot for standard SD-flashcards.
(units produced before April 2009 may be fitted with MMC-cards; when replacing
memory-cards please check the proper ALARM-function of the system; due to
changes in technical specifications, the use of MMC-cards produced after 2008 is
not possible ).
All voice-messages and signal tones of the system are stored as *.mp3 on the
SD-Card. The recommended data rate is 256 Kbit/sec, 44 kHz mono, but it’s
possible to use other formats.
CAUTION: the exchange of the memory card is only allowed to be handled
by authorized personal; the unit has to be opened.
For this, the VAS 16 M/S has to be turned off ( mains and battery )
Inside of the unit dangerous voltages may occur! Risk of electrical shock!
The storing of the files to the card can be performed by a WINDOWS©-PC.
The filename has not to exceed 8 characters, followed by “.mp3”. Every position
has to be provided. The position of the files on the memory card has mandatory to
be replicated as described in the following:
1.)
2.)
3.)
4.)
5.)
6.)
7.)
8.)
9.)
10.)
16 KHz - testtone
chime (call)
Alarm 1 - message
Alarm 2 - message
Alarm 3 - message
Alarm 4 - message
Text 1 – message
Text 2 - message
chime (break)
Fire – Gong (starting with firmware 4.0 or higher )
NOTE: WINDOWS©-Explorer may show the position of the mp3- files not in their
physically arrangement but depending on the criteria of sorting.
To arrange the files in the recommended position, please handle them as
described in the following:
1.
After making a backup of the files clear the SD-card completely!
2.1
Copy the first source-file ( f.e. „16KHz.mp3“ ) in „drag & drop“ –
manner to the SD/MMC- card
2.2
Copy the second source-file ( f.e. „2CHIME.mp3“ ) in „drag & drop“ –
manner to the SD/MMC- card
...
Continue like described until
…
Copy the last source-file ( f.e. „firegong.mp3“ ) in „drag & drop“ –
manner to the SD/MMC- card.
The correct position of the files on the card may be checked on VAS 16 M/S :
2.10
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- Push red button [ PRG ],
then,
- Push button
[ T4 ]
The system will show sequentially the number and the name of the corresponding
MP3-file.
Even in normal use, VAS16 M/S shows the number and the name of the actual
replayed audio file.
VAS 16 M/S uses the 16 KHz-testtone for self test purposes. Mandatory, the
included original test file has to be used on the first position on the SD-card
(the original 16 KHz-file comes with the system ).
2.4
PRIORITY – ADMINISTRATION ( VAS 16 M RESPECTIVE VAS 16 S ONLY )
The following priority structure has been accomplished for the audiosources :
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
fire mik1 ( call )
fire mik2 ( call )
emergency call of VAS16 TER ( … SYS TER ) ( call )
alarm 1
alarm 2
alarm 3
alarm 4
aux1
text1
MAG 80 ( … TER 80 ) ( call )
MAGPX-4 ( … TER 4 ) , ( call )
Break-Chime
aux2
text2
music 1 – 4
At the microphone-desks VAS16 SYS 4 and VAS16 SYS 2 the condition
„occupied“ will be indicated by fast blinking of the („BESETZT-LED“), during this,
there cannot be given a call from such a desk to the system
At the microphone-desk VAS16 SYS 80 the condition „occupied“will be
indicated by the word ( „BESETZT“ = occupied ) in display, respective a litten
red LED-ring at the microphone; during this, there cannot be given a call from
such a desk to the system; except an emergency call or an alarm ( ref. to the
priority-list )
A microphone desk MAGPL-D MAGPX-4 connected to a slave system may give
a call inside the slave system simultaneous to a MAGPL-D MAGPX-4 in the
MASTER-SYSTEM or in another SLAVE-SYSTEM.
There will be no bilateral influence.
The “BREAK” – chime, AUX2 und TEXT2 do not cause a „occupied“ state in the
system.
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3.
EXTERNAL COMPONENTS :
3.1
STANDARD – MICROPHONE-DESKS : ( VAS 16 M
RESPECTIVE
VAS 16 S
ONLY )
Before powering-up the system, please connect all external microphone to the
I/O-board considering the correct pinout; careful connect the shielding !
Use a CAT5-cable and a 25pin SubD-cable to connect the I/O-board to the main
unit VAS 16 M ( ref. 3.3 )
The second RJ-45-connector on the I/O-board is only mentioned for the use with
patch cables. In this case, the total length of this cable should not exceed 3040m.
On larger distances please use shielded cable 4x2 cores with a minimum
diameter of 0,8 mm or more. A properly planned and assembled wiring allows
distances for more than 100m …
With the installed microphone desk, please check the voltage at the microphone
connector by measurement. If the voltage drops lower than 14 V you have to
use larger cable diameters ( maybe in doubling some lines ) or using an external
power supply 15~24 V DC ( permanent monitored, supported by a backup
power supply … )
Take care of using the right addresses for microphones.
A maximum of 8 addressed terminals can be connected to a system
No address has to be used more than one time;
Terminals with address 00 are not monitored.
Do not push any buttons before or during the installation run. This may cause
incorrect identification of the units.
Variation of selected address not take effect until a new installation run was
made.
Before that there will be no error messages or similar …
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3.1.1
MAG 80
( VAS 16 M
RESPECTIVE
VAS 16 S ONLY )
[ red button ]
function
[
programm
P
]
[ yellow button ]
all-call
( !ALL! )
[ black button ]
single call
[ blue button ]
group
Desktop microphone station with LC-Display ( 2x20 characters )
10 numbered buttons and 5 function-buttons.
Call-zones may be named.
On a programmed address different to zero/0, ALARM 4 can be triggered;
in this case, the request lines of the desktop station are supervised
Optional: switching music on/off of system music
- the [ blue button ] triggers a predefined group-call
- the [ black button ] triggers a single-zone call to a
preselected zone by the numbered buttons [ 0 ] … [ 9 ]
- the [ yellow button ] triggers an ALL-CALL; this is
unconditionally a call into every zones/lines
- the function of the [ red button ] depends on the
programming. In default, there is no function at all.
Programming:
By pushing the button [ P ] you will reach the PROGRAMMING-MODE.
Example: display in PROGRAMMING-MODE
Functions:
Button [ 1 ]
Pushing the button [ 1 ] turns the music in the system ON / OFF. This is a
common feature for all music inputs “music 1” .. “Music 4” at the same time.
After pushing the button [ 1 ] , the microphone desk returns immediately to
standard mode/display.
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Button [ 3 ]
Pushing the button [ 3 ] will set the system into TEXT-MODE. Now you can give
names to the first 40 call-zones. In the display, the following text appears:
Example Display in TEXT-MODE
The call-zone 01 in default is named as ‘ZONE 1‘.
To enter a new zone name, use the keyboard - similar like using the keyboard of
a mobile phone on writing SMS - as follows :
Buttton 1: A B C D
Buttton 2: E F G H
Buttton 3: I J K L
Buttton 4: M N O P
Buttton 5: Q R S T
Buttton 6: U V W X
Buttton 7: Y Z , :
Buttton 8: 0 1 2 3 4
Buttton 9: 5 6 7 8 9
Buttton [ P ]
Push the
moves the cursor
[ red button ] to return
Button [ 4 ]
Setting the address of the microphone:
On default, the address is set to “0“ . There is no supervision of any function of
the desk. The address can be modified to “1“ to “8“. Programmed to an
address from “1“ to “8“, the data line of the desk is supervised; “ALARM 4”
now can be triggered from the desk. All desks have to use different addresses.
After any change of addresses, system needs an installation run.
ATTENTION: only for technicians !
Change the address of the desks in PROGRAMMING-MODE:
- push and hold
Button [ 4 ] … now adding
- push and hold
Button [ P ] … then
- release
Button [ 4 ] … then
- release
Button [ P ]
While this procedure, the address increases by 1. To reach address 3, you have
to do this 3 times … Number 08 will be followed again by number 00.
After 5 seconds with no input, the system returns to the standard-mode.
Starting an ALARM :
Push and hold the [ red button ] ; in display will appear as follows :
!!! ATTENTION !!!
ALARM IN: 5 SEC
Keep on holding the [ red button ] for 5 seconds, ALARM 4 starts and the
display shows :
ALARM
Button P = STOP
The alarm can be stopped by pushing the button [ P ] again.
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3.1.2
MAGPL-D
( VAS 16 M RESPECTIVE VAS 16 S ONLY )
General calling Reflex range microphone consoles fitted with a momentary press-release key
and equipped with a quality microphone
Terminal connexion on I/O card for VAS 16M:
GND (Ground or 0V)
T1 Touch call 1
T2 Touch call 2
T3 Touch call 3
T4 Touch call 4
Bussy (B) Occupation (5V)
MIC – micro caps MIC+ micro caps +
No installation or configuration is needed for this type of call station because it is a passive
system.
The assignment of calls (T1àT4 keys) to the broadcast zone is set on the VAS 16 (see 5.1
and 6.1)
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3.1.3
MAGPX4
( VAS 16 M RESPECTIVE VAS 16 S ONLY )
Goss neck mic station for 4 zones or general calls.
Occupation LED; the system display with this LED the occupation of the call line.
Terminal connexion on I/O card for VAS 16M:
GND (Ground or 0V)
T1 Touch call 1
T2 Touch call 2
T3 Touch call 3
T4 Touch call 4
Bussy (B) Occupation (5V)
MIC – micro caps MIC+ micro caps +
No installation or configuration is needed for this type of call station because it is a passive
system.
The assignment of calls (T1àT4 keys) to the broadcast zone is set on the VAS 16 (see 5.1
and 6.1)
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3.2 Fire mic:
3.2.1
MAGS
(VAS 16 M RESPECTIVE VAS 16 S ONLY )
Handheld microphone with push-to-talk button, for emergency calls compliant
DIN/EN 60849
includes integrated circuit to be supervised by the central unit VAS 16 M/S
mounting of a steel bracket is possible at the front plate of the VAS 16 M/S.
pinout :
Pin 1: 0 V / GND
Pin 2: n.c.
Pin 3: audio (+)
Pin 4: n.c.
Pin 5: request
Pinout: DIN 5pin
(view onto soldering side of connector / front view VAS 16 )
The microphone terminal only can be connected to a VAS 16 M Master
Please pay attention to the shown polarities; variation may cause error
messages.
Only one firemic at a time allowed for the connector on the front panel, the
firemic1 connectors on the back panel or the firemic1 port on the I/O extension
card ( including VAS 16 FP FirePanel )
No programming required, because this terminal is consequently passive.
On VAS 16 M/S the routing for the push-to-talk button has to be set in the FireMic programming section
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3.2.2
MAGS FP (VAS 16M AND VAS 16S)
The FirePanel can be alternatively installed instead of the
VAS 16 Fire Mik1.
The requirements of the EN54-16 are fulfilled.
The VAS 16 FirePanel optical matches the DIN14661
(Fire service control panel)
Control elements:
4 LED indicated switches; for starting the emergency call in up to 4 programmable
emergency zones of the VAS 16 M/S. ( Programming:….. go to AUDIO/LEVEL,
then go to TEXTE/AUX/ALARM - then go to FIRE PANEL 1..4 … )
6 LED indicated inputs for connecting to a fire alarm system.
( 4 emergency zones, alarm all, alarm stop )
4 LED indicated switches; for stopping (reset) the emergency calls.
4 LED indicated switches; for the zone selection of the fire service microphone.
Press the hand-held microphone`s button to start a call.
1 LED indicator, standby
1 LED indicator, error
Deviant to the actually norm (EN60849), the identification color for emergency calls is
red, for functionality and errors yellow and for system standby green.
The connections from/to the fire detection system must be controlled by the fire detection
system.
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The fire detection system supplies 24V for starting the emergency text. With the 24V, the
relays of the FirePanel are triggered. Errors of the VAS16 system are signaled by a piezo
buzzer and a LED indicator.
MIC T.
Hand-held microphone button; only operating in Slave-mode.
Shielding is necessary.
T
0V
Cap Cap +
Unloaded 3,3V, otherwise data bus
request- ground. (don`t connect with the system ground)
RS B
RS485 interface (only reception). In case of an emergency the
“Anhalten” LED is lit, also if the fire mic2 is in use or if the
System ground
VAS16 signals an error.
Supply voltage
0V
24 V
M1
Microphone capsule
Relays for starting emergency signals
by a fire detection system; 24 Volts between 2pins
( coil 2000 Ohm, without a diode )
...
...
M4
STOP
ALL
Relays for stopping all running emergency
signals by a fire detection system; 24 Volt 2pin
( coil 2000 Ohm, without a diode)
Relays for starting all emergency signals
by a fire detection system; 24 Volts 2pin
( coil 2000 Ohm, without diode )
ERROR Error relays. In case of anerror (even if the panel has no
supply Voltage) the relay switches from COM to CLOSE.
ERROR Resistor Error relays with resistor wiring.
In case of an error (even if the panel has no supply voltage)
the relays switches from COM to CLOSE.
For monitoring by a fire detection system connect the change-over contact as
follows:
COM
3K3
3K3
600R
CLOSE
R
OPEN
:
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NOTES:
For each VAS 16 M or S there has to be used a separate VAS 16 FP FirePanel
( there are solutions with only one FirePanel together with more than one VAS 16 ;
please contact us if required )
For use of more than one system there is offered an integrated housing
To connect VAS 16 FP to the central unit VAS 16 M install the I/O port card for
use with VAS 16 FP .
Only one firemic at a time allowed for the connector on the front panel, the
firemic1 connectors on the back panel or the firemic1 port on the I/O extension
card ( including VAS 16 FP FirePanel )
After installing the terminal performing of an installation run is required.
( ref. 4.1.1 ) pay attention that the VAS 16 M has to display : “FireMic1 installed“ t.
For correct function, it’s mandatory to reboot the whole system
(cutting 230V and 24V for a minimum of 5 seconds, then starting the system again …)
That’s the only way to ensure correct function of VAS 16 FP on VAS 16 M Master;
without rebooting, it may take 15 min. or longer for the system to recognize the FirePanel
Jumper2:
after removing jumper2
the buzzer may sound
during an ALARM or a
mic call
( in case of an error )
Jumper 1:
after removing jumper1
external starting of
alarms will be delayed
for 10 seconds;
so a trigger for an
alarm has to be
present for a minimum
of ten seconds. !
also refer to the detailed
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3.3
I/O-PORT (EXTERN)
This unit provides on an external board identic connections with identic naming
separated from the rear panel of the master-unit VAS 16 M/S.
Furthermore the connection point for FirePanel is provided here.
There is an EMERGENCY RELAY ( NOTFALL ) that provides two (2) “normally
closed” and two “normally opened” contacts. ( CHANG-OVER ); it switches
during an active ALARM, a call on a FireMic or during installation run; so it may
be used as an OBLIGATION RELAY ( PFLICHTRUF ).
There is an ERROR –relay that switches in case of an general ERROR in the
system.
Once the CHIME (GONG ) is triggered ( pulse ), it plays one complete run.
Once triggered (pulse ), TEXT 1 and TEXT 2 play one complete run.
On an permanent request / start signal, TEXT n runs endlessly until the request
terminates.
The I/O-Port will be connected to the master unit by a 25pin DSub cable and a
CAT 5 – patchable. The board can be included in an electric installation box.
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The microphone/terminal bus found on RJ45-plug will be swapped to standard installation
cable ( JY(St)Y 4x 2x 0,8 bzw. JEH … ) single screw connections
Contact points ( take care by identifying the pin numbers )
:
1:
15 V
2:
0 V
3:
RS 485 -
4:
RS 485 +
5:
0V
6:
Port
7:
Mic. -
8:
Mic. +
The connectors to FireMic 1 / FirePanel
mean as the following :
T
push-to-talk-button / FirePanel FP- Data
0V
reference for PTT-button / data
Mic
coil b-line
Mic
coil a-line
RB
RS485-interface b-line
( FirePanel only)
RA
RS485-interface a-line
( FirePanel only)
reference for supply power
( FirePanel only)
power supply
( FirePanel only)
0V
24V
Do not connect 0V of power supply to 0V of push-to-talk-button data
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3.4
CONNECTING THE ALARMCONTACTS
Alarm contacts can be connected both to the central unit and the I/O-board.
In the following you find the description of the setup of an alarm contact.
A loop resistance of approx. 10kOhm is interpreted by the system as a functioning but not
an activated alarm line; about 3.3 V DC line up at the reporting entrance.
Clearly higher tensions up to max. 5V DC the system interprets as a wire break in the
loop and give an appropriate error message.
A loop resistance of approx. 5kOhm is interpreted as an activated reporting line released
by the system as functioning. About 2.5 V DC line up at the reporting entrance.
Clearly lower tensions the system interprets as loop short-circuit and give an appropriate
error message.
Alarmline 1: Use of the switch [ ALARM 1 ] on the front panel :
Using alarmline 1 only with the switch [ ALARM 1 ] on the front panel of the central
unit, so an external resistor Ra = 10k has to be installed ( default ),
In this case, this is the termination resistor of the alarm-line.
Internal switch "ALARM 1" mitwith additional external alarmbox:
If in addition to the internal switch ALARM 1 an external alarmbox is required, so the
resistor Ra = 10k , installed on the back panel of VAS 16, has to be removed; the
termination moves to the end of the alarmline to the external alarm contact. Two
resistors 4k7 required as shown ( illustration: example for wiring )
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For use of more than one alarm-box on alarm-line 1, they have to be tied together as
described as follows under alarm-line 2..4 :
Alarmline 2..4: connecting external alarm boxes
When using only a single alarm box on alarm line 2..4 wiring hast to take place as
described in the following :
( for only one alarm contact there may be an alternative wiring with a terminal
resistance RA = 10k and a second resistance Rs=10k, switched from alarm unit
contact parallel to the terminal resistance. )
Using more than one alarm-box in an alarm line, wiring has to be done as shown
above for alarm-line 1.
Principle view :
( the numbers shown in the figure refer to the connectors of the recommended
alarm box G&M MLD BL or G&M MLD GB )
Special characteristics :
When an alarm-line will be cut after triggering an alarm signal ( by fire f.e. ), the
playing of the message will continue. It only can be stopped at the central unit.
When an alarm-box started an alarm signal, it’s failure can‘t stop the message
replay.
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3.5
EXTERNAL RELAY BOARD
VAS 16 REL
The relay board VAS REL was developed to implement a lot of switching and
additional features. It provides a lot of decoding functions for bus-signals or
discret wired ports
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3.5.1
COMMON DESCRIPTION: RELAYBOARD VAS REL
The relay board VAS REL was developed to enhance logical an switching capabilities in
relation to system central unit VAS16 M. It provides four (4) relay ports with two
normally open / normally closed contact blocks each.
Connecting to the system may be in two different kinds:
Inserting into the terminal bus of a VAS16 M master using the two RJ45-connectors ;
this provides necessary power supply for the active electronics ( standard ).
On the other way, buttons of simple terminals ( f.e. VAS 16 TER 2/4 ) may be connected
by single wired contact blocks (optional).
To drive the relays, an external power supply (DC24V-) has to be provided.
More than one relay board may be connected to the terminal bus.
3.5.2
DESCRIPTION :
The available relay board may assign altogether up to 10 selected switching functions to
the 4 provided relay blocks optionally and independently.
A relay can take several switching functions; just as a switching function can be assigned
to several relays around this; to reach this VAS REL offers the following functional
modules are provided:
4x decoder „bus-function“,
each providing a
functional decoder and a 4-way-switch matrix
1x decoder „global-function“
providing a functional decoder
5x decoder
„contact-function“
providing a 4-way-switch matrix
4x relay blocks
equipped with dual turnover contact
( common / normally closed / normally open )
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Output of relay blocks #1 - #4
functional decoder
„global“ - function
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Switch
matrix
„contact function“
switch matrix „bus-function“
functional
decoder
VAS 16 M/S and VAS Line
funktional decoder „bus-function“
switch
matrix
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3.5.3
DECODER „BUS-FUNCTION“
Each of the four independent decoder units for „bus-function“ provides two groups
of DIL-Switches:
A functional decoder and a switch matrix:
3.5.3.1 functional decoder „bus-function“:
setting the DIL-switches as two parts of a
byte selects the required activity from a
list of permitted functions
( ref. Appendix ) ;
Example :
D8…D5 represent the higher part of the byte
D4 .. D1 represent the lower part of the byte;
The code for TEXT 1 is 98HEX ( 1 Byte )
The setting would be 1001 1000
D8=1 / D7=0 / D6=0 / D5=1 //
1
2
3
4
D4=1 / D3=0 / D2=0 / D1=0
5
6
7
8
3.5.3.2
switch matrix of the „bus-function“:
setting the DIL-switches as four
independent channels, the selected
function of the functional decoder above
will be assigned to a configurable number
of relays
Example :
R1 … R4 represent the relay ports that may be
related to the function
By
R1=0 / R2=1 / R3=1 / R4=0
in this example an activated function would
trigger
relay 2 und relay 3 .
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3.5.4
DECODER „GLOBAL-FUNCTION“
This part of the unit provides an eight-way DIL-switch unit:
setting the eight DIL-switches as two
parts of a byte selects the required
activity from a list of permitted “global”functions
for triggering all four
relays in common ;
( ref. Appendix )
Example :
To trigger all four relays on activating
TEXT 1 ( 98HEX )
setting of DIL-switches D8…D5 / D4 .. D1
1234
5678
has to be as follows
1001 / 1000
3.5.5
DECODER „CONTACT-FUNCTION“
This decoder provides five
4-way DIL-witches :
The ports T1..T4 and Prio normally provide
+5V. to activate a switching port, it has to be
connected to 0V/Gnd. externally.
setting up the switches port by port ( four
switches represent one port ) selects the relay
to be activated by this port.
Example :
To trigger relay 2 by activating port T4
the DIL-switches R1…R4 of port T4
has to be set up as follows :
T4: 0 1 0 0 resp.. OFF / ON / OFF / OFF
Pushing button 4 / port4 can trigger a request
to an external sound system
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3.5.6
FOUR RELAY BLOCKS :
C NC NO C NC NO
a a a b b b
The relay card provides four identical relay
blocks, equipped with dual turnover contact
common
normally closed
normally open
Ca
NCa
NOa
common
normally closed
normally open
Cb
NCb
NOb
Wa Öa Sa
3.5.7
POWERSUPPLY FOR RELAY BLOCKS
W: Wurzel
Ö: Öffner
S : Schließer
Wb Öb Sb
/ common
/ normally closed
/ normally open
The 24V power supply for the four relais of
the card will be connected by single screw
connectors ( +24V / 0 V ).
Please check for correct polarity.
3.5.8
CONNECTING DATA BUS
The connection to the microphone data bus
works by RJ45 connectors.
The signal may be carried through the card.
More than one card VAS 16 REL 4 may be
connected.
The power supply of the logical part of the
electronics comes via RJ45-cable.
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3.5.3
TECHNICAL DATA :
power supply logic unit
:
internal by VAS16 bus
consumption relais
:
external: 120mA / 24V DC
switching capability 100V-relay
:
Pmax. 800W/ 100V)
dimension
:
( w x d ) 199x85 mm
weight
:
0,3 kg
housing
:
none, comes as printed circuit board
temperature range
:
-5°C<T<55°C
List of possible functions for functiondecoder / transfering to BCD-Code :
Attached you find the list of possible settings for the functions decoders .
There you find also the HEX-coded numbers listed :
Example :
VASTER80 ALL CALL
Alarm1
Text1
Code 00H
Code 92H
Code 98H
H stands for „HEX-coded“ number; the two positions ( DECADE + SINGLE ) will be coded separately,
Text1 98H f.e.: >9< and >8< . The coding refers to the following list :
HEX
BCD
------------------------------------------1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
Beispiel :
0001
0010
0011
0100
0101
0110
0111
1000
1001
1010
1011
1100
1101
1110
1111
Text1 - Code 98H = mit 1001 (für >9<) und 1000 (für>8<)
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Appendix 1:
ON
D8
List of selectable Functions for Functional decoders :
D1
until
VASTER80 general -call
Code 00H
0000 0000
VASTER80 zone 1
Code 01H
0000 0001
VASTER80 zone2
Code 02H
0000 0010
VASTER80 zone 3
…
VASTER80 zone 80
Code 03H
…
code 50H
0000 0011
alarm 1
Code 92H
1001 0010
alarm 2
Code 93H
1001 0011
alarm 3
Code 94H
1001 0100
alarm 4
Code 95H
1001 0101
fire Mic1
Code 90H
1001 0000
fire Mic2
Code 91H
1001 0001
VASTER80 all-call
Code F0H
1111 0000
AUX1
Code 51H
0101 0001
text 1
Code 98H
1001 1000
Selectable codes for
0100 0000
“bus-function“ and for “global-function “
VASTER80 global
Code 52H
0100 0010
alarm + fire mics global
Code 53H
0101 0011
alarm global
Code 54H
0101 0100
fire mics global
Code 55H
0101 0101
VASTER80+firemics+alarm global
Code 56H
0101 0110
Using the switches ”GLOBAL” all relays were triggered by the
selected function.
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4.0
OPERATION
4.1
START-UP :
4.1.0
POWERUP / LANGUAGE SELECTION / FACTORY RESET
After turning on the unit, system comes up as follows : …
language
V n.n
language stands for the selected
language of the user interface /
menues
... and 3 seconds later …
V n.n
dd.mm.yy
V n.n is the installed
firmware release
dd.mm.yy : date of release of the
installed firmware
… to reach the following display content after another 3 seconds :
ZONE 1:
SYSTEM_OK
MUSIK 1
VAS16M
normal view
Language :
Selection of the language takes place by pushing and holding one of the buttons
on front plate during powerup :
[ T1 ]
for GERMAN
[ T2 ]
for ENGLISH
[ T3 ]
for FRENCH.
resp..
The system remembers the selected language on next system start – even
through a FACTORY - RESET
( refer ... ). Factory default is GERMAN
Factory Reset :
Resetting the units parameters to the factory default settings occurs by pushing
and holding the buttons [ PRG ] und [ T3 ]
Only the language selection will not be affected from this factory reset.
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4.1.1
START OF THE INSTALLATION-RUN
To initialize the system, an installation-run has to take place. This installation-run
may only be started by authorized technicians which are trained on this systemtechnology.
After installing and checking all external components, the installation-run will be
started as follows :
xxxxxxxx
SYSTEM_OK
xxxxxxxx
VAS16M
after pressing the red button [ PRG ] the SELECTION MENU appears :
T1=ERROR
T3=PROG.
T2=RESET
T4=MP3 TEXT
after pressing the button [ T3 ]
the current software version is shown
???
PASSWORD
???
VERS.4.33 v. 07.03.12
and you will be asked for a password …
After typing [ PRG ] [ PRG ] [ PRG ], the PROGRAMMING-Menu appears
T1=NEXT
T3=INST.
T2= LEVEL
T4= NF/REL
Pressing the button [ T3 ] now starts the installation-run ...
In case of VAS 16 S and /or VASLINE units are connected to VAS 16 M
by cascade port, their installation run will start automatically with the run on
VAS 16 M.
In the following, the connection between VAS 16 M and VAS 16 S/ VAS LINE
will be monitored permanently from VAS 16 S / VAS LINE .
This function only can be suppressed by resetting the VAS 16 S / VAS LINE to
factory default settings.
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DISPLAYING THE IDENTIFIED COMPONENTS
In the following there are some examples of display texts in order of their
appearance on the installation run :
Checking for connected alarm-lines :
ALARM 1
INSTALLED
3,3 V
( example: only one alarm button;
the covered button: ALARM 1, on the frontpanel )
ALARM 2
5,0 V
NOT INSTALLED
ALARM 3,
5,1 V
NOT INSTALLED
ALARM 4
5,0 V
NOT INSTALLED
( not present )
( not present )
( not present )
Searching for microphone terminal on the SYS-bus (ex.: 2 term. on addr. 1 u.3 )
MAG-80
13
Functional check of amplifier lines / outputs
and checking for allocated output - lines
OUT:
LINE
( here: „amp“ means sum output
1..4 )
1
1,2,3
( there may be 1, two or three
amplifiers )
OUT:
LINE
2
OUT:
LINE
3
OUT:
LINE
4
4
5,6
7,8
Searching for a spare amp
SPARE AMP:
INSTALLED
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Checking the speaker lines:
LINE 1:
A: 15WATT
B: 25WATT
LINE 2:
A: 64WATT
B: 28WATT
...
LINE 8:
A: 00WATT
( .. no speaker on the A-line )
B: 17WATT
Checking the voltage of the battery of the emergency power supply
BATTERY:
27 V INSTALLED
respect. NOT INSTALLED
when battery power is not present
Checking the for fire-mics
FIRE MIK1
INSTALLED
3,3V
( f.e.: the hand held microphone
VAS 16 SYS FH ( … TER FH )
FIREMIK1 CAPSULE:35
INSTALLED
3,3 V represents the voltage at
the request-contact
The 2nd value monitors the
dynamic mic capsule
FIRE MIK1
NOT INSTALLED
5,0V
( f.e.: fire-mic port 2 unused )
FIRE MIK1 CAPSULE 119
NOT INSTALLED
After a successful execution of the installation run, in display will appear:
xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
SYSTEM:OK
VAS16M
( respective „S“ for a slave-unit )
During the installation-run, the installer has to take care that all the relVASnt
components were identified with reasonable values of parameters.
Otherwise, not identified alarm-lines and components will not work afterwards.
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Selecting audio sources causes the appearance of text-messages in the display
of the master unit: This is not affected of the appearance of any fault messages;
so, the use of the respective audio-source causes the listed message :
02 CHIME
124
xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx
chime on output sum 1,2 and 4
( nnnn stands for activated sumoutputs )
03 ALARM 1
nnnn
xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx
04 ALARM 2 nnnn
xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx
05 ALARM 3 nnnn
xxxxxxxx xxxxxxx
06 ALARM 4 nnnn
xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx
07 TEXT 1
1234
xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx
( the MP3-file on memory 7 will be
routed to the audio-sums 1,2,3,4 )
08 TEXT 2
1 4
xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx
( the MP3-file on memory 8 will
be routed to the audio-sums 1,4 )
concerning microphone-terminals
MAG-80
xxxxxxxx
terminal type
MAG-80
nnnn
xxxxxxxx
A request on an AUX – Input will
cause a display text similar to the
following :
AUX 1
ZONE 12
( the audio signal connected to
AUX 1 will be routed to the output
sum 1 and 2
3
relay 3 is activated [opened !] )
AUX 2
ZONE 234
xxxxxxxx
( the audio signal connected to
AUX 2 will be routed to the output
sum 2,3 and 4 ,
8
relay 8 is activated [opened !])
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NOTICE:
please consider, that the programming of the relays works on
i n v e r t e d logic; that means: lines, that should not be affected of a call have
to be switched off by a programmed / working relay
VAS LINE :
Practicable display texts during the installation run in the order of theri
appearance
As on VAS16 , but reduced tot he topics :
 Output-Assignment
 Output-Assignment
OUT 1 – Kreis nnn
OUT 2 – Kreis nnn
 Presence of a spare amplfier :
 Checking the output-lines 1 - 8
 Checking the output voltage of the battery power supply :
After a successfull installation run the display shows :
VASLINE
SYSTEM: OK
Just as on VAS 16 M/S, the installer of the system has to initialize this
installation run mandatory !
During the installation run, the installer hast o take care, that the system
recognizes all relVASnt components.
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4.2
MUSIC: LEVEL AND ROUTING OF ENABLED SOURCES
Setting levels :
Starting at the following display :
Zone 1
music n
SYSTEM_OK
VAS16M
[ T1 ] .. [ T4 ] Pressing one of these buttons selects the audio sum to be
edited. Every additional push steps the selection to the next available input
working to the actual output.
For music playback there can be enabled by programming an arbitrary selection
of the four music inputs.
Sources may be disabled for different zones
example: music 1 / music 4 / => and again music 1 ;
the inputs 2 / 3 were disabled and can't be selected
By pushing the button [ VOL ] the display changes to
LEVEL – Menu
OUT 1
music 1
LEVEL: music 3
-12dB
[ VOL ] (multiple) pressing of the button [ VOL ] selects one of the listed
input sources for adjusting the audio level going to the actual output:
music 1 => music 2 => music 3 => music 4 => music-master => GONG =>
TEXT 1 => TEXT 2 => AUX 1 => AUX 2 => and returning to music 1
[ + ] and [ - ] buttons set the level for the displayed combination of inputsource and output sum/zone
+ : raises the level
- : decreases the level
valid values are :
- music 1..4, chime (GONG),text 1..2 und AUX 1..2 : -16dB" ... "-00dB"
- music master:
"-30dB" ... "-00dB"
If “- - dB“ appears as a level value, this input source is disabled for the actual
output sum
( also refer to Chapter „Installation“ )
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ERROR – MESSAGES AT THE SYSTEM VAS16 :
VAS16 M/S / VAS Line announce internal or external errors at the system unit by
- Sounding buzzer
- blinking a red error-LED on the front side
- switching the corresponding error relay
(transferring the error message to a central control room… )
- showing the following error-messages in the display of the central unit:
xxxxxxxx
SYSTEM_ERROR
xxxxxxxx
VAS16M
at external microphone-terminals VAS 16 TER or external Fire Panel
- by blinking of an error-LED and
- by sounding of a buzzer
The buzzer of the central unit can be turned off as follows:
After pressing the red button [ PRG ] the following SELECT - Menu appears
: T1=ERROR
T2=RESET
T3=PROG. T4=MP3 TEXT
(T4=MP3 TEXT in display only at VAS 16 )
And after pressing the button [ T2 ] the following RESET – Menu appears :
T1= SIREN OFF
T2= LINE RELAYS
ATTENTION: By pressing button [ T1 ] the buzzer will be blocked
permanently; it’s not possible to reactivate it for this actual error !
To indicate another, newly appeared error, the buzzer will work normally.
After termination of an actual error, the listed message will be moved to the list
“old errors” and the display will be cleared to a standard view.
The system now works as fixed in installation run.
NON SELFRECOVERING ERRORS: After determining a short line on a speaker line,
the corresponding relay will separate the line from the system. The line will not be reconnected to the system automatically, even when the line error is removed.
This line hast to be reconnected by an active reset as follows:
After pressing the red button [ PRG ] the following SELECT-Menu appears:
T1=ERROR
T3=PROG.
T2=RESET
T4=MP3 TEXT
… and after pressing button [ T2 ] the RESET - Menu comes up :
T1= SIREN OFF
T2= LINE RELAYS
By pressing the button
[ T2 ] , all separated line relays will be reactivated.
In the same way the activation of a spare amplifier has to be reset;
using the same keystroke sequence, the system will be set to standard mode.
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If an error message appears in system VAS 16 M/S, you have to
inform immediately the installation-company or the technican of
the service company, which is assigned to maintain the system !
An exact specification of the error/type can be displayed at the central unit :
by pressing the red button [ PRG ] ,the SELECT-Menu appears:
T1=ERROR
T3=PROG.
T2=RESET
T4=MP3 TEXT
and after pressing button [ T1 ], the following displayed ERROR -Menu :
T1= ACTUAL ERROR
T2= PREV. ERROR
ACTUAL ERROR (AKTUELLE FEHLER): After pressing button [ T1 ]
eventually present error(s) will be listed in the display
If there is more than one error at the same time, so the corresponding error texts
will be displayed sequentially;
10 seconds after completing the ACTUAL ERROR list, the display changes to
standard view. This happens immediately if there is no actual error.
Displaying the actual errors can be repeated as often as required.
PREVIOUS ERRORS: after pressing the button [ T2 ] previous error
messages will be listed in display.
If there is more than one error to be listed, the corresponding error texts will be
displayed sequentially;
10 seconds after completing the PREVIOUS ERROR list, the display changes to
standard view. This happens immediately if there is no previous error.
Displaying the former errors can be repeated as often as required.
[ The FORMER ERRORS - list only can be cleared by a complete installation
run.]
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List of Error – messages:
In display may appear as described in the following :
Display/message :
1)
Description
Speaker lines :
SHORT LINE
A speaker line has a short line.
Speakers, which are connected to this line probably
will not work.
=> serious problem
BROKEN LINE
a speakerline is broken
speakers, which are connected behind the concerned
position may not work properly .
=> serious problem
IMPEDANCE
A speaker line is affected by a change in the
impedance; some of the connected speakers in this
line may work not properly
In an A/B wired system, one of the lines may be broken
=> may cause a serious problem
GROUND
A speakerline announces a ground fault;
some of the connected speakers in this line may work
not properly
=> may cause a serious problem
2)
Power amplifier
AMP DEFEKT
A poweramp does not work properly.
If there’s no spare amp, some speaker lines may not
work properly
=> may cause a serious problem
SPARE AMP
the spare amp does not work properly
In a Voice Alarm System with no background music, this does not affect the
functionality of the system for the moment; it’s not really a serious problem as
long as all the other amplifiers still work properly. All announcements and alarm
tones can be heard !
During announcements – depending on the configuration - the internal
measurement functions will be blocked.
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If now a standard amplifier fails, some of the connected speakerlines may work
not properly.
=> may cause a serious problem
It may take 40 … 75 sec. to detect such an effect.
3.) Fire – mic(s)
( VAS 16 only )
FIRE MIC 1
REQUEST
The request-line to control the routing of the micro line
“fire mic 1” is shortened or broken; this causes the
malfunction of the fire-mic connected to fire-mic-line 1
=> serious problem
FIRE MIK1
CAPSULE
The mic capsule on mic line „fire mic 1“ or its wiring is
damaged. In case of an alarm, the fire-mic does not
work properly or even doesn’t work at all.
=> serious problem
FIRE MIC 2
REQUEST
And
FIRE MIK 2
CAPSULE
similar to fire-mic 1 , but now for fire-mic 2
It will take 20 … 40sec. to detect a capsule problem.
It will take about 5sec. to detect a request problem .
4.) Desktop terminal error
MAG 80
ERROR
1
( VAS 16 M/S )
The permanently supervised terminal VAS 16 TER 80
or VAS SYS 80 with address 1 is damaged …
( capsule or/and request )
It may take 40 … 75 sec. to detect such an effect.
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Alarm lines
the request line to control the start of the alarm signal
ALARM 1 is broken or shortened
ALARM 1
REQUEST
in case of emergency the text or the alarm-signal can
=>serious problem
ALARM 2
REQUEST
or
ALARM 3
REQUEST
or
ALARM 4
REQUEST
similar to ALARM 1 , but now for the corresponding
alarm lines ALARM 2 / 3 / 4.
It will take about 5 to 15 sec. to detect such a problem .
6.) Voice memory
MP3
ERROR
TEXT
The internal audio-memory to reproduce audio or textmessages does not work properly.
The stored audio signals and signal tones can not be
replayed in case of emergency.
=> serious problem
It will take about 5 to 15 sec. to detect such a problem .
7) Main Power failure
POWER FAIL
The central unit is not fed by 230V.
The internal fuse is blown or the external Mains supply
fails.
If there is a working battery-backup-system, the unit works for a limited time.
Depending on battery capacity, battery age, preceding events and charging state,
the system will break down soon if main power doesn’t return.
Even when main power returns, it will take certain time to recharge the batteries
completely.
The absence of mains power causes ( when battery voltage is present ) an error
– notice, followed by the audio mute of the 4 audio inputs music 1 .. 4 and a
low-cut function on all outputs of the system to reduce the consumption of battery
power .
=> serious problem
The problem is announced instantly.
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8) Battery Voltage
BATTERY VOLTAGE
The voltage of the 24V backup-battery drops below
20V. On presence of mains-voltage, the system works
properly . An additional main power breakdown causes
the total breakdown of the system.
=> serious problem
The problem is announced instantly.
Exclusively on master/slave systems on slave system can appear the following
message :
9) Bus-connection broken
CAT5 - CONNECTION
the connection to the VAS 16 M (Master) is broken.
Probably the slave-system works correct as local a
stand-alone-system; external alarm start or
announcements can no longer be triggered from
master
=> serious problem
It may take 40 … 75 sec. to detect such an effect.
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5.
PROGRAMMING
5.1
LEVEL AND ROUTING / DISABLING AND ENABLING OF AUDIO-SOURCES :
This is an example for a standard display view of a VAS 16 M/S :
zone 1
SYSTEM_OK
music 1
VAS16M
To reach the PROGRAMMING-Mode, behave as follows :
After pressing the red button [ PRG ], the SELECTION – Menu appears :
T1=ERROR
T3=PROG.
T2=RESET
T4=MP3 TEXT
After pressing the button [ T3 ] ( = PROG.), the firmware-version is displayed
???
password
???
V 4.33
10.03.12
and you will be asked for the password
After typing the requested password word, “[ PRG ] [ PRG ] [ PRG ]”
the system reaches the PROGRAMMING -Menu
T1=NEXT
T3=INST.
T2=PEGEL
T4= NF/REL
By pushing the button [ T2 ] you will reach SOURCE-Config Menu
Zone 1
music 1
LEVEL: music 3 -12dB
In principle, this includes the identically basic functions like the LEVEL-Menu
(USER), which can be reached directly by pressing the button [ VOL ]
It displays
- the selected output sum/zone {zone_1},
- the corresponding audio source {music_1}, and
- the actual selected source { music_3 } with their level to edit
( + / - buttons for leveling, monitors the actual level in dB )
The following levels can be edited here:
music 1 / music 2 / music 3 / music 4 / music master / chime(GONG) /
TEXT 1 / TEXT 2 / AUX 1 / AUX 2 / master volume / TREBLE / BASS /
SYS 4/2 ( TER 4/2 ), ( microphone ) / VAS 16 SYS 8/80, VAS 16 TER (VAS
TER8/80/PRO) ( microphone ) / ALARM -1 / ALARM -2 / ALARM -3 /
ALARM - 4 / FIRE-MIC 1 &.2 / => and back again to music 1
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Setting the volume :
[ + ]: increases the volume
[ - ]: decreases the volume
Reasonable values:
- at music 1 .. 4,
GONG,
Text 1..2,
AUX 1..2,
SYS 4/2
( TER 4/2, )
SYS 8/80, TER (TER 8/80/TER 80 PRO) and
FIRE Mic :
"-16dB" ... "-00dB“
routing and blocking/unblocking of sources / relay programming :
For one ore more of the listed sources, level may be shown as " - - dB" ;
this means, that the routing of this source to the actual selected output zone is
blocked by programming.
This sources cannot be activated in USER-mode by multiple pressing one of the
output-buttons [ T1 ] .... [ T4 ]
Level-values for :
music master :
volume
:
treble
:
bass
:
"-30dB" ... "-00dB"
"-68dB" ... "-00dB"
“-15 dB” ... “+ 15 dB”
“-15 dB” ... “+ 15 dB”
Audio routing:
After pressing the red button [ PRG ] / [ T3 ] / “[ PRG ] [ PRG ] [ PRG ]” it
appears like:
T1=NEXT
T3=INST.
T2=LEVEL
T4= NF/REL
After pressing the button [ T4 ] (NF/REL) the system is in the SOURCE-Config
Menu
T1 =TEXT/AUX/ALARM
T2 = TER4/2
After pressing the button [ T2 ] , it will appear
Button-Nr.1
T1=NEXT
T3=AUDIO
T4=RELAIS
This means:
Here is to program the audio routing and the relay function corresponding to
button 1 of a terminal VAS 16 SYS 4/2 ( … TER4/2 )
[ T1 ] (NEXT) increases the number of the button 01,02, … 80
which is to edit
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After pushing [ T3 ] („audio“), system shows for example in display:
T3=SELECT
T4=SET/CLR
I
I
I 2 I 1 I
That means: By pressing the button 1 on the microphone desk, the audio
signal will be sent to audio output 1 + 2
[ T3 ] (SELECT)
5.2
and
[ T4 ] (SET/CLR) are to edit the programming
RELAY PROGRAMMING :
After pushing [ T4 ] („relay“), system shows for example in display:
T3=SELECT
T4=SET/CLR
I I I6I I4I I I I
That means for example:
By pressing the button 1 on the microphone desk, the relay with number 4 and
number 6 will open and the 100V speaker signal will be blocked.
[ T3 ] = WAHL
5.3
and
[ T4 ] (SET/CLR)
are the buttons to edit the
programming
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS:
Pre-announcement chime :
After pressing the red button [ PRG ] / [ T3 ] / “[ PRG ] [ PRG ] [ PRG ]” it
appears like:
T1=NEXT
T3=INST.
T2=LEVEL
T4= NF/REL
( VAS 16 M/S only )
By pressing button [ T1 ] the system reaches the SOURCE - Config Menu
T2= CHIME ON
T1= NEXT
Here is to decide, whether a chime (gong) is to be heard before microphone
opens for an announcement from VAS 16 SYS 4/2 ,SYS8, SYS80, SYS TER or
not. Pushing the button [ T2 ] („GONG“) switches this function ON
respective OFF
Ground error:
After pressing [ T1 ] the display shows as follows:
T2 = GROUND
Here is to decide, whether the
T1 = NEXT
measurement for ground faults has to
take place for all speaker lines, or if some
of them may rest disregarded.
It is in the same manner as on the relay programming
T3=SELECT
T4=SET/CLR
I8I7I6I5I4I3I2I1I
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Impedance error:
After pressing [ T1 ] the display shows as follows:
T2=IMPEDANCE
T1=NEXT
Here is to decide, whether the measurement for impedance faults has to take
place for all speaker lines, or if some of them may rest disregarded.
It is in the same manner as on the relay programming
NOTE: When using 100v-speaker-level-controls, the impedance monitoring has
to be switched off. Please note that the use of 100v-speaker-level-controls may
reduce the sensitivity of recognition problems on this speaker lines. Always use
level-control with bypass relay.
Returning the system to the previous menu by pushing [ PRG ] button... or after
10 seconds without any button activity.
Short circuit error:
After pressing [ T1 ] the display shows as follows:
T2=SHORT CIRC. T1=NEXT
Here is to decide, whether the measurement for short circuit faults has to take
place for all speaker lines, or if some of them may rest disregarded.
It is in the same manner as on the relay programming
By [ PRG ] the system returns to the previous menu ... or after 10 seconds
without any button activity.
Broken Line error :
After pressing [ T1 ] the display shows as follows:
T2=BROKEN LINE T1=NEXT
Here is to decide, whether the measurement for broken line faults has to take
place for all speaker lines, or if some of them may rest disregarded.
It is in the same manner as on the relay programming
By [ PRG ] the system returns to the previous menu ... or after 10 seconds
without any button activity.
5.4
ALARM-START
After pressing [ T1 ] the display shows as follows:
T2 = ALARMSTART
ALARM 1-4 = ALARM 1-4
The four alarm lines normally work completely
independent from another; an alarm on alarm line 1
triggers its own alarm 1 audio file; alarmlines 2,3,4
act in the same way for the files 2, 3, 4.
NOTE: In this mode there may be more than one request on the different alarm
lines, but only the one with the highest priority will be performed exclusively in its
audio- and routing functions!
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Pushing [ T2 ] initiates the following display content :
Any alarm signal on the lines 1..4 now
triggers the Alarm 1 audio-file together with
it’s own stored routing
T2 = ALARMSTART
ALL LINES = ALARM 1
As there is only one single audio file to play, more than one request may be
added (!) to a completely new alarm-scenario
By [ PRG ] the system returns to the previous menu ... or after 10 seconds
without any button activity
5.5
ALARM-CODE-PAGE ( ADDITIONAL ONLY ON SLAVE-UNITS ! )
After pressing [ T1 ] the display shows the following menu :
T2=ALARMCODE
T1=NEXT
After pressing [ T2 ] the display shows the following alarmcode-menue :
It only serves to configure the alarm setup slave in a MASTER/SLAVE – System
On default, all alarms work on slave systems like on the master unit. When
MASTER requests ALARM 2, then SLAVE requests ALARM 2 in the same
manner. - This may be changed here:
T3=SELECT
T4=SET/CLR
Default-setting of ALARMCODE
|x|x|6|5|4|3|2|1|
The meaning of the numbers are listed in the following:
6: Alarm 4
if positions are set completely as shown
5: Alarm 3
all the functions of the master unit
4: Alarm 2
Alarm 1..4 and Text 1, 2
3: Alarm 1
transmitted in the same way from master
2: Text 1
to slave system !
1: Text 2
( pos. 7 u. 8 provide no function at the moment )
T3=SELECT
T4=SET/CLR
|x|x|6|5|4| |2| |
5.6
will be
Programmed like this, ALARM 1 or
TEXT 1 would not start on SLAVE when
ALARM1 / Text 1 are started on Master.
IMPEDANCE TOLERANCE :
After pressing [ T1 ] the display shows as follows:
T2
= IMP. TOLERANCE
NORMAL (07)
T2
= IMP. TOLERANCE
HIGH
T2
(22)
= IMP. TOLERANCE
SMALL
VAS 16 M/S and VAS Line
at the moment the impedance selectivity
of the system is at standard level
By multiple pushing [ T2 ] you can
set the tolerance SMALL (04),
NORMAL (07) or HIGH (22 )
By pushing [ PRG ] the system returns to
the previous menu ... or after 10 seconds
without any button activity.
(04)
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5.7
LEVEL OF PILOT SIGNAL :
After pressing [ T1 ] = NEXT
T2 = +
T3 = -
the display shows as follows:
30 V
T1 = NEXT
Using the buttons [ T2 ] = + or [ T3 ] = - the level of the pilot can be
adjusted from 20Vpp to 60Vpp. Default level is 49Vpp.
Changes should only be made by authorized technicians.
After changing the pilot level, all the measurement-values will change and an
installation-run has to take place; else you will have error signal after a few
seconds …
By [ PRG ] the system returns to the previous menu ... or after 10 seconds
without any button activity.
5.8
MEASUREMENT ( MESSUNG ) :
After pressing [ T1 ] the display shows as follows:
MEASUREMENT / MESSUNG
T1 = NEXT
T2 = START
Pushing the START Button [ T2 ] suppresses all internal systemmeasurements, so external measurement processes ( StiPa … ) will not be
affected or even falsified. The audio input AUX 2 will be routed to all audio
output-sums. ALARM 2 stays triggerable.
MEASUREMENT
1 2 3 4
RED BUTTON:
STOP
T1 = END
ATTENTION: While the system remains in this state, all other functions ( like
alarming, speaker or amp-monitoring ) are switched off until the system will be
restarted by pressing the red [ PRG ] button.
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5.9
POWER – ON – RESET :
The unit’s parameters can be set to factory – default.
C A U T I O N: All programmed values and parameters (level / routing / … )
will be cleared an set to factory default.
Please save your parameters eventually by downloading the settings using the
software
VAS Mon © ( ref. chapter 6.2 )
To reset the unit to factory defaults handle as follows:
Turn off the power supply of VAS 16 M/S (switch off 230 V and remove the
24 V –plug )
Press and hold the buttons [ PRG ] and [ T3 ]
During you hold the buttons down turn ON the power supply voltage again.
First appears for a short moment…
FACTORY RESET
After 5 sec. the system comes up in the standard way,
zone 1
SYSTEM_OK
music 1
VAS16M
resp.
VASLINE
SYSTEM:_OK
but with all parameters reset.
Don not forget to reconnect all removed power supply voltages ( 230V / 24V) …
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6.
CONNECTING A PC
6.1
USING WINDOWS XP © HYPERTERMINAL
Connect VAS 16 M / S for example to the port COM1 of your PC using a
crossed 9pin serial cable (null-modem cable). Start your communication
program, - WINDOWS © Hyperterminal for example - and set the
communication parameters a follows :
baud rate bits/sec
databits
parity
stoppbits
protocol
9600
8
none
1
none
Pressing the button > i < ( „information“) on the PC-keyboard causes tho
following view: ( for VAS Line without 2 and 5 )
TKEY ALLOCATION VAS 16 M/S /
KEY 1 :
KEY 2 :
KEY 3 :
KEY 4 :
KEY 5 :
KEY 6 :
KEY 7 :
Caution
VAS Line
installed components
Audio level
Audio and relayprogramming
Misc. setting
Text input
Errors
Factory setting
!! Delets all settings
Pressing the number-button >1< to >7< on PC-keyboard causes the following
view:
Taste > 1 < :
button > 1 <
INSTALLED COMPONENTS
 ALARM 1
3,3V
 ALARM 2
3,3V
 ALARM 3
3,3V
 ALARM 4
3,3V
 FIRE MIK1 3,3V COIL:INSTALLED
 FIRE MIK2 3,3V COIL:INSTALLED
 VASTER80 13
 OUT:1 LINE: 1 036
A: 14 Watt

LINE: 2 032
A: 12 Watt
 OUT:2 LINE: 3 036
A: 14 Watt

LINE: 4 021
A: 12 Watt

LINE: 5 036
A: 14 Watt

LINE: 6 036
A: 14 Watt
 OUT:3 LINE: 7 082
A: 52 Watt
 OUT:4 LINE: 8 036
A: 14 Watt
 SPARE AMP INSTALLED
 BATTERY VOLTAGE 27V
(3,3V = o.k.)
(3,3V = o.k.)
(3,3V = o.k.)
(3,3V = o.k.)
(installed)
(installed)
( addr. 1 and 3 present )
B; 28 Watt
Pilot 00dB
B; 25 Watt
Pilot 00dB
B; 28 Watt
Pilot 00dB
B; 15 Watt
Pilot 00dB
B; 28 Watt
Pilot 00dB
B; 28 Watt
Pilot 00dB
B; 31 Watt
Pilot 00dB
B; 28 Watt
Pilot 00dB
(installed)
(installed)

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TASTE > 2 <: PEGEL
(button > 2 <: level )
LEVEL
SOURCE
| LINE1 | LINE2 | LINE3 | LINE4 |
__________________________________________
a MUSIC 1 |-07 dB |-12 dB | -- dB | -- dB
b MUSIC 2 |-05 dB |-05 dB | -- dB |-13 dB
c MUSIC 3 | -- dB | -- dB |-12 dB | -- dB
d MUSIC 4 |-16 dB | -- dB | -- dB |-05 dB
e MUSIC MA |-00 dB |-00 dB |-10 dB |-00 dB
f CHIME
|-12 dB |-10 dB |-06 dB |-06 dB
g MESSAGE1 |-04 dB |-04 dB |-06 dB |-05 dB
h MESSAGE2 |-06 dB |-06 dB |-06 dB |-06 dB
i AUX 1
|-06 dB |-06 dB |-06 dB |-06 dB
j AUX 2
|-06 dB |-06 dB |-06 dB |-06 dB
k VOLUME
|-10 dB |-10 dB |-10 dB |-10 dB
l BASS
| 00 dB | 00 dB |-02 dB | 00 dB
m TREBLE
| 00 dB | 00 dB | 00 dB | 00 dB
n SYS 4/2 |-03 dB |-03 dB |-03 dB |-03 dB
o SYSTER80 |-00 dB |-06 dB |-06 dB |-06 dB
p ALARM 1 |-00 dB | -- dB | -- dB | -- dB
q ALARM 2 |-09 dB |-06 dB |-06 dB |-06 dB
r ALARM 3 |-01 dB |-06 dB |-06 dB |-06 dB
s ALARM 4 |-06 dB |-06 dB |-06 dB |-06 dB
t FIRE MIC |-10 dB |-10 dB |-10 dB |-10 dB
VAS 16 M/S only !
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To select a value to change:
Type the character in front of the affected line
The complete line will appear in the editor again;
the cursor appears on first position of the line
Change values by [ + ] and [ - ] buttons
Select other parameter by pushing -->|
respect.
[ Tab ]
To return press [ ENTER ]
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TASTE > 3 <: Audio und Relaisprogrammierung
(button > 3 < )
Push 3 to get the listing of subpages 0 … 4;
then pushing 0 (f.e.) brings the complete list of TER 4/2 and SA(allcall) and first 20
functional buttons of a VAS 16 SYS 80 or a TER
To select a value to change :
Type the character in front of the affected line
The complete line will appear in the editor again;
the cursor appears on first position of the line
Change values by [ + ] and [ - ] buttons
Select other parameter by pushing -->|
respect.
[ Tab ]
To return press [ ENTER ]
The presentation for the buttons
1 = 21..40,
2 = 41..60,
3 = 61..80 und
4 = ALARM-TEXT-AUX-FIRE
will be in the similar way
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TASTE > 4 < : SONSTIGE
After pushing
( button > 4 < : other settings )
„4“ the following content appears,
Typing „e“ f.e. : the complete line for IMPEDANCE will appear in the editor again;
The cursor appears on first position of the line
Change values by [ + ] and [ - ] buttons 1
Select other parameter by pushing -->|
respect.
[ Tab ]
To return press [ ENTER ]
TASTE > 5 <: Texteingabe
Text
Eingabe
Zone 1
Taste 1
Zone 2
Taste 2
Zone 3
Taste 3
Zone 4
Taste 4
After pressing button > 1 < on the keyboard, you can edit the text of the zone 1.
type new title on keyboard
( max. 12 characters )
To edit text 2
pushing button > 2 <
type new title on keyboard
( max. 12 characters )
confirm by pressing >RETURN<
a.s.o.
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button > 6 < realtime message output
LINE : 1 063 000
LINE : 2 032 000
LINE : 3 036 000
LINE : 4 021 000
LINE : 5 036 000
LINE : 6 036 000
LINE : 7 082 000
LINE : 8 036 000
FIRE MIC1 REQUEST
REQUEST
ALARM
REQUEST
ALARM
REQUEST
ALARM
REQUEST
ALARM
MP3 TEXTE
OK
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
1
2
3
4
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
COIL
OK
OK
OK
OK
: OK
Displaying starts by pressing button > 6 <
and can be actualized any 15 sec. by re-pressing > 6 <
Line 1 … 8 : When all 3 columns are filled, system begins again with the first
For LINE 1 .. 8, there will be a line even there are no speakers detected,
FireMic, alarms, battery voltage and VAS SYS/TER only are shown when present.
AUTO – ERROR – OUTPUT
( automatized realtime statusinfo )
If AUTO-ERROR-OUTPUT is set to ON in menue 4,
the system shows some status information every 45 seconds :
020 | 023 | 067 | 088 | 015 | 025 | 026 | 088 |
020 | 022 | 066 | 088 | 017 | 024 | 027 | 088 |
020 | 023 | 066 | 087 | 016 | 025 | 027 | 088 |
020 | 023 | 067 | 088 | 015 | 025 | 026 | 088 |
020 | 022 | 066 | 088 | 017 | 024 | 027 | 088 |
020 | 023 | 066 | 087 | 016 | 025 | 027 | 088 |
...
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button > 7 <:
restore factory defaults / factory reset
After pressing button > 7 < and an additional security instance, there will be a system
reset and the factory presets will be reloaded.
ATTENTION :
All manual programming will be cleared !
Please save your parameters eventually by downloading the settings with VAS Mon ©
( ref. chapter 6.2 )
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6.2
DOWNLOAD AND UPLOAD OF PARAMETERS USING VASMON
On demand you may receive the communication software VAS Mon © from
your local dealer or the manufacturer. Only use the latest version. Using this you
may download and save or upload the values of all parameters inside the VAS 16
M/S or VAS Line.
You can start the software by double clicking on
VASmon102.exe
Please refer to the appearing notice:
Before starting uploading or downloading any data to or from the system cut all
the the RJ45 – connections on the backplane of VAS16
Ignoring this may cause loss of data, error or even complete damage of the
system.
After confirming by a click onto [ OK ] please select the COM –Port:
Read Data: press [ Download ] and give a name and a folder to the file
name.evf
Write Data: press [ Upload ]
and select a file *.evf to transfer.
Quit VASMON by selecting the button [ EXIT ].
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Remember to reconnect all the removed RJ45-connectors on the
rear side of VAS 16
7.
APPENDIX :
7.1
SYSTEM SETUPS ( EXAMPLES )
NOTICE when running a master/Slave system :
STANDARD MODE:
In standard master-slave –setup please take care, that speakers which are fed
from different VAS16 are not working into the same area - In case of an
alarm-call the reproduction of messages with an identical phase - generated
from different VAS16-units can not be guaranteed for all situations.
COMMON MODE:
If a phase coupled playout of a message is required, please contact you dealer
or the manufacturer to configure the units in that way. The ALARM sound will be
taken without exception from the master only; the configuration may be set
afterwards, but when doing so you have to make sure, that the correct
“dummyfiles” ( about 1 sec. longer than the respective files in master unit ) have
to be stored onto the SD-Cards
When a running ALARM is stopped by pressing the red PRG-button on a VAS
16 M master unit, only alarming in the master unit is stopped, other connected
VAS 16 S – systems are not concerned.
When a running ALARM is stopped by pressing the red PRG-button on a VAS
16 S slave unit, only alarming in this slave unit is stopped, other connected VAS
16 M/S – systems are not affected.
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( The position of this shown detail is in the rear, left near the mains connector … )
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For Master Slave use check the following settings
NOTE: When using Master/Slave-Systems in COMMON Mode, on the SlaveSD-card there have to be used dummy files (silence) except the 16kHz test
tone.
Signals from master and slave will be mixed during the alarm playout.
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7.2
PLANNING A SYSTEM / HELP
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7.3
TIPS FOR PLANNING AND INSTALLATION:
Tips for a clean and error free running of the speaker line-monitoring
Basics:
The units VAS 16 M / VAS Line are designed and developed for a classical A/B – wiring (
… the predictions of the actual regulations as for example EN 60849 … ) .
It is assumed, that the loads for the two output paths (A/B) within a circle in an ideal way are
in approximately the same, and that at each output terminal only one outgoing line is present.
The reference tone (22kHz) will be fed approx. -16dBu into the system.
o For reliable results of measurement in each case a measuring paths has to provide a
minimal load/power Pmin ≥ 10 W* (Z < 1k Ω).
o The system generates an error message, if the load of a line (Path A || Path B)
determines more than +20 W*/- 10 W* (in case of impedance check >NORMALLY< )
respective more than +10 W*/- 6 W* (in the case of impedance check > SMALL < )
from the value stored with the installation run.
To minimize the danger of the occurrence from unfounded (e.g. weather-related) error
messages it is recommend to use the operation mode > NORMALLY <
Passive Level control ( 100V ) :
The use of passive level controllers (100V ) generally will bring problems. Turning the knob
of such a level control will change the impedance of a connected speaker line.
It is necessary that the knob is in its final working position when the installation run starts.
Changes that take place afterwards will cause an error message if they change the total load
of the path for more than +20W/-10W ( resp. +10W*/-6W* ) .
In the same way, the minimum load for a speaker line - detection depends on the position of
the passive-level-control. May be, that a path with a 24W-speaker and a level-control
working in ¾ position ( minus two clics ) will not be detected because for the measurementsystem there are only 6W visible ( 24W -3dB =12W; 12W -3dB = 6W ) .
The minimum load to recognize the defect of this line has to be 12W .
So passive level-controllers are not to be used in monitored speaker line-systems
Within the recommendations of the ZVEI, an association of manufacturers of voice-alarmsystems, the use of passive speaker level - controllers is strictly rejected for systems that
have to correspond to the actual security standards.
Notice: All listed values correspond to the behavior of speakers, transformers and level controllers at a frequency of 22 kHz. Technical data of a speaker at 22kHz can vary from the
value at 1kHz enormous, may be four times; so the visible load is only a quarter.
Please think about this facts when planning your speaker monitoring system!
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7.4
TECHNICAL DATA
VAS 16 M/S

audio-inputs:



audio-outputs
test tone-frequency line
test tone-frequency fire mic.

100V-switching relay



other relay contacts
display
audio-memory






line voltage
fuse;
emergency DC-power
temperature range
power consumption
Housing

weight
Security information:
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4, music 0dB unbalanced
2, line source 0dB unbalanced
2, fire microphone, transf. balanced, supervised
2, microphone bus
(VAS16 TER 80 PRO / VAS TER 80/8
resp. VAS 16 TER 4/2)
5, 0dB (max. + 10dB) transformer-balanced
22 KHz and 1kHz (faded, not permanent)
1 KHz
8 max. Voltage. 160V AC
max. switching current.4A AC
(Pmax. 800W/100V)
max. 120V AC max. 2A AC
LCD with 2-lines of 20 character
SD-Card (up to 16GB), *.mp3
230VAC, 50 60 Hz
5x20mm 3,15A slow blow
24V max. 600mA
-5°C < T < 55°C
max. 25 VA
19“, 1 U (depth: 300mm, without connectors)
Steel-sheet, black
4,5 kg
Do not expose the amplifier to rain or the
environment where it may be splashed by water
or other liquids, for doing so, it may cause fire or
electric shock.
The power plug is for
disconnecting the unit from main power, keep the
plug reachable. Only use on main plug with
protection earth pin present.
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VAS Line

audio-inputs:
2, line source 0dB unbalanced



audio-outputs
test tone-frequency line
test tone-frequency fire mic.
3, 0dB (max. + 10dB) transformer-balanced
22 KHz and 1kHz (faded, not permanent)
1 KHz

100V-switching relay



other relay contacts
display
audio-memory
8 max. Voltage. 160V AC
max. switching current.4A AC
(Pmax. 800W/100V)
max. 120V AC max. 2A AC
LCD with 2-lines of 20 character
SD-Card (up to 16GB), *.mp3






line voltage
fuse;
emergency DC-power
temperature range
power consumption
Housing

weight
Security information:
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230VAC, 50 60 Hz
5x20mm 3,15A slow blow
24V max. 600mA
-5°C < T < 55°C
max. 25 VA
19“, 2 HE (depth: 300mm, without connectors)
Steel-sheet, black
5 kg
Do not expose the amplifier to rain or the
environment where it may be splashed by water
or other liquids, for doing so, it may cause fire or
electric shock.
The power plug is for
disconnecting the unit from main power, keep the
plug reachable. Only use on main plug with
protection earth pin present.
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VAS FirePanel
















microphon
micrphone - sensitivity
frequency response
Alarmzones
Fire-Mic zones
Indicators
Relay controlling by FDS
Relay contact- ERROR
Power supply DC
Power consumption max.
Cabeling
Temperatur range
housing
Weight
Security information:
dynamic ( 500Ohm )
2,2mV/Pa ( 1KHz)
150Hz – 12 KHz
4
4
LED
24V 2KOhm
max. 120V AC max. 2A AC
18V – 30V DC
approx. 60mA
4*2*0,8 mm ( max. 500m)
-5°C > T > 55°C
wall mount (305x235x140mm)
sheet steel, red
4,5 Kg
Do not expose the amplifier to rain or the
environment where it may be splashed by water
or other liquids, for doing so, it may cause fire or
electric shock.
The power plug is for
disconnecting the unit from main power, keep the
plug reachable. Only use on main plug with
protection earth pin present.
Jumper1:
if jumper1 is removed, the start of an external alarm request will be
delayed ten seconds; so the external request has to be present for a
minimum of ten seconds.
Jumper2:
if jumper1 is removed, internal sounder works during an alarm or a
microphone call.
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