User Handbook
Phone In 6
User Handbook
PH ON E IN 6 USER H A N D BOOK
PHONE IN 6 USER HANDBOOK
This handbook is for use with the following products :
Packages:
PI-6PSTN4
Phone In 6 system comprising 1 x PI-6C, 1 x PI-6R and 2 x PI-PSTN2
PI-6PSTN6
Phone In 6 system comprising 1 x PI-6C, 1 x PI-6R and 3 x PI-PSTN2
PI-6ISDN6
Phone In 6 system comprising 1 x PI-6C, 1 x PI-6R and 3 x PI-ISDN2
Components:
PI-6C PI-6R PI-PSTN2 PI-ISDN2 Phone In 6 Base Console
Phone In 6 Remote Control Panel
Phone In 6 PSTN Card
Phone In 6 ISDN Card
©Sonifex Ltd, 2010
All Rights Reserved
Revision 1.01, August 2010
Sonifex Ltd, 61, Station Road, Irthlingborough,
Northants, NN9 5QE, England.
Tel: +44 (0)1933 650 700
Fax: +44 (0)1933 650 726
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.sonifex.co.uk
Information in this document is subject to change without notice and does not represent a commitment on the part of the
vendor. Sonifex Ltd shall not be liable for any loss or damage whatsoever arising from the use of information or any error
contained in this manual.
No part of this manual may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including
photocopying, recording, information storage and retrieval systems, for any purpose other than the purchaser’s personal
use, without the express written permission of Sonifex Ltd. Unless otherwise noted, all names of companies, products
and persons contained herein are part of a completely fictitious adaptation and are designed solely to document the use of
Sonifex product.
Phone In 6 User Handbook
CONTENTS
Warranty i
Warranty and Liability
Unpacking the Phone In 6
Returning the Warranty Card
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Safety Information
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Phone In 6 Introduction
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Phone In 6 Operation
DSP Features Of The Phone In 6 System Conferencing Calls & Use of the Cleanfeed/Mix-Minus
Call Handling - Self-op & Call Screening Modes
Self-op Mode
Auto-Answer & Auto-Drop Calls
Call Screening Mode
Receiving a Call
Routing a Call
Dropping a Call
Making a Call
Phone In 6 Configuration
Phone In 6 Menus
Phone In 6 Base Console Front Panel Controls & Indicators
Meters
Gain Controls
LED Indicators
Base Console Rear Panel
Telephone Interface Modules Base Console Rear Inputs & Outputs
Music On Hold Input
Hybrid 1 (Conference) Input Hybrid 1 Output Hybrid 2 Input Hybrid 2 Output Link To Remote Panel
PSTN 1,2 & 3 Telephone Line Connectors
Ethernet Port
RS232 Serial port
Digital Audio Option
Audio Clocking
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Remote Control Panel Controls & Indicators
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Spinwheel Control & LCD Display
Numeric Keypad LOCAL Button LINE HOLD/Release Button
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CON T E N TS
Safety of Mains Operated Equipment
Voltage Setting Checks
Fuse Rating
Power Cable and Connection
Ordering the Correct Mains Lead
Installation Information
Atmosphere
Electromagnetic Radiation
WEEE & RoHS Directives - Sonifex Statement
Reporting Faults
CONTENTS & FIGURES
Contents (continued)...
ON AIR Button Hybrid 1
ON AIR Button Hybrid 2
Remote Control Panel Rear Panel Controls & Indicators
Reset Button
LCD Contrast Adjustment
Remote Control Panel Rear Inputs & Outputs
Local Headset
Link To Base Console
Ethernet Port
IEC Mains Input
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CONTENTS & FI G U RE S
Technical Specification
Product Dimensions
Base Console Dimensions (mm)
Remote Control Panel Dimensions (mm)
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Figures
Table A : Packing List.
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Fig 3-14: RS232 Serial Port
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Table B : Power Connections.
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Fig 3-15: Remote GPI/O Port
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Table C : Mains Lead Table.
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Fig 3-16: Remote GPI/O Pins viewed from
rear of plug (or front of socket on unit) 12
Fig 1-1: PI-6C Base Console Front View. 1
Fig 1-2: PI-6R Remote Control 1
Fig 1-3: System Block Diagrams
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Fig 2-1a: Menu Structure Part 1
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Fig 2-1b: Menu Structure Part 2
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Fig 3-1: Base Console Front Panel
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Fig 3-2: Meters
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Fig 3-3: Gain Controls
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Fig 3-4: Gain Controls
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Fig 3-5: Base Console Rear Panel 9
Fig 3-6: Music on Hold Input
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Fig 3-7: Hybrid 1 (Conference) Input
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Fig 3-8: Hybrid 1 Output
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Fig 3-9: Hybrid 2 Input
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Fig 3-10: Hybrid 2 Output
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Fig 3-11: Link To Remote Panel
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Fig 3-12: PSTN Connectors
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Fig 3-13: Ethernet Port
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Fig 3-17: IEC Mains Connector
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Fig 4-1: Remote Control Panel Front 13
Fig 4-2: Spinwheel
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Fig 4-3: Numeric Keypad
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Fig 4-4: LOCAL Button 14
Fig 4-5: LINE HOLD/Release Button
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Fig 4-6: ON AIR 1 Button
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Fig 4-7: ON AIR 2 Button
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Fig 4-8: Remote Control Panel Rear
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Fig 4-9: Recessed Reset Button
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Fig 4-10: LCD Contrast Adjustment
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Fig 4-11: Local Headset
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Fig 4-12: Link To Base Console
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Fig 4-13: Ethernet Port
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Fig 4-14: IEC Power Connector
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Fig 5-1: Base Console Dimensions 17
Fig 5-2: Remote Control Panel
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WARRANTY
Warranty
Warranty and Liability
Important: the purchaser is advised to read this clause
(a) The Company agrees to repair or (at its discretion) replace Goods which are found to
be defective (fair wear and tear excepted) and which are returned to the Company
within 12 months of the date of despatch provided that each of the following
are satisfied:
notification of any defect is given to the Company immediately upon its
becoming apparent to the Purchaser;
(ii) the Goods have only been operated under normal operating conditions and
have only been subject to normal use (and in particular the Goods must have
been correctly connected and must not have been subject to high voltage or
to ionising radiation and must not have been used contrary to the Company’s
technical recommendations);
WA RR A N T Y
(i) (iii) the Goods are returned to the Company’s premises at the Purchaser’s expense;
(iv) any Goods or parts of Goods replaced shall become the property of
the Company;
(v) no work whatsoever (other than normal and proper maintenance) has been
carried out to the Goods or any part of the Goods without the Company’s prior
written consent;
(vi) the defect has not arisen from a design made, furnished or specified by
the Purchaser;
(vii) the Goods have been assembled or incorporated into other goods only in
accordance with any instructions issued by the Company;
(viii) the defect has not arisen from a design modified by the Purchaser;
(ix) the defect has not arisen from an item manufactured by a person other than
the Company.
In respect of any item manufactured by a person other than the Company, the Purchaser
shall only be entitled to the benefit of any warranty or guarantee provided by such
manufacturer to the Company.
(b) In respect of computer software supplied by the Company the Company does not
warrant that the use of the software will be uninterrupted or error free.
(c) The Company accepts liability:
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WA RR A N T Y
WARRANTY
(i) for death or personal injury to the extent that it results from the negligence of
the Company, its employees (whilst in the course of their employment) or its
agents (in the course of the agency);
(ii) for any breach by the Company of any statutory undertaking as to title, quiet
possession and freedom from encumbrance.
(d) Subject to conditions (a) and (c) from the time of despatch of the Goods from the
Company’s premises the Purchaser shall be responsible for any defect in the Goods
or loss, damage, nuisance or interference whatsoever consequential economic or
otherwise or wastage of material resulting from or caused by or to the Goods. In
particular the Company shall not be liable for any loss of profits or other economic
losses. The Company accordingly excludes all liability for
the same.
(e) At the request and expense of the Purchaser the Company will test the Goods to
ascertain performance levels and provide a report of the results of that test. The
report will be accurate at the time of the test, to the best of the belief and knowledge
of the Company, and the Company accepts no liability in respect of its accuracy
beyond that set out in Condition (a).
(f ) Subject to Condition (e) no representation, condition, warranty or other term, express
or implied (by statute or otherwise) is given by the Company that the Goods are of
any particular quality or standard or will enable the Purchaser to attain any particular
performance or result, or will be suitable for any particular purpose or use under
specific conditions or will provide any particular capacity, notwithstanding that the
requirement for such performance, result or capacity or that such particular purpose
or conditions may have been known (or ought to have been known) to the Company,
its employees or agents.
(g)
(i) To the extent that the Company is held legally liable to the Purchaser for any single breach of contract, tort, representation or other act or default, the Company’s liability for the same shall not exceed the Price of the Goods.
(ii) The restriction of liability in Condition (g)(i) shall not apply to any liability
accepted by the Seller in Condition (c).
(h) Where the Goods are sold under a consumer transaction (as defined by the Consumer
Transactions (Restrictions on Statements) Order 1976) the statutory rights of the
Purchaser are not affected by these Conditions of Sale.
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Unpacking the Phone In 6
The Phone In 6 is shipped with the following equipment. Please check your packaging
to ensure that you have all of the items below. If anything is missing, please contact the
supplier of your equipment immediately.
Quantity Phone In 6 PI-6PSTN4
1
1
2
Quantity
Phone In 6
PI-6PSTN6
1
1
3
Quantity
Phone In 6
PI-6ISDN6
1
1
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PI-ISDN2 ISDN 2 Channel Module
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-
3
IEC Mains lead
2
2
2
Handbook and warranty card
1
1
1
Headset
1
1
1
Table A : Packing List.
WA RR A N T Y
Item
PI-6C Base Console
PI-6R Remote Control Panel
PI-PSTN2 PSTN 2 Channel Module
Each Phone In 6 is shipped in protective packaging and should be inspected for damage
before use. Where an item is found to have transit damage, notify the carrier immediately
with all the relevant details of the shipment. Packing materials should be kept for inspection
and also for if the product needs to be returned.
Returning the Warranty Card
In order to register the date of purchase so that we can keep you informed of any design
improvements or modifications, it is important to complete the warranty registration
document that is enclosed and return it to Sonifex Ltd in the UK, or register online at
www.sonifex.co.uk/register
For your own records you should write down the serial number (which can be found on the
rear of the Phone In 6 or on the connector on the Phone In 6.
Serial Number
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SAFETY INFORMATION
Safety Information
Safety of Mains Operated Equipment
This equipment has been designed to meet the safety regulations currently advised
in the country of purchase and it conforms to the safety regulations specified by
use of the CE Mark.
SAFE T Y IN FORMAT I ON
Warning : There are no user serviceable parts inside the equipment. If you should ever
need to look inside the unit, always disconnect the mains supply before removing the
equipment covers.
Warning: In the UK the Phone In 6 phone line socket should only be connected with
apparatus complying with BS6301, and the connection to the network must not be hard
wired Interconnection directly or indirectly with equipment ports marked in accordance
with BS6301 to unmarked ports may produce hazardous conditions on the network and
advice should be obtained from a competent engineer before such a connection is made.
Warning: This apparatus must be earthed by means of the earth connector on the rear
panel, and the connection to the telecommunications network should be removed
before disconnecting the earth. Disconnection of this earth connection may render the
equipment unsafe, with a consequential possible electrical shock hazard from exposed
metallic parts.
Warning: The barriered ports ‘PSTN’ and ‘ISDN’ must not be connected directly or
indirectly to the un-barriered ports, ‘MUSIC ON HOLD’, ‘HYBRID 1/2 INPUT/OUTPUT’,
‘REMOTE GPI/O’ or ‘RS-232’.
Voltage Setting Checks
The integral power supply is designed to accept a universal input of 85 to 264 VAC mains
input voltage. The safety specification of your Phone In 6 complies with local requirements
and must be earthed through the mains connector.
Fuse Rating
The Phone In 6 is supplied with a single fuse in the live conducting path of the mains
power input. For reasons of safety it is important that the correct rating and type of fuse is
used. Incorrectly rated fuses could present a possible fire hazard, under equipment fault
conditions. The fuse rating for Phone In 6 is:
85V - 264V AC operation - 1A 5 x 20mm SB
The active fuse is fitted on the outside rear panel of the unit.
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Power Cable and Connection
An IEC power connector is supplied with the Phone In 6 which has a moulded plug attached
– this is a legal requirement. If no moulded plug has been supplied with your Phone In 6,
please contact your supplier, because an IEC connector is always supplied from the Sonifex
factory.
If for any reason, you need to use the Phone In 6 with a different power cable, you should
use the following wiring guidelines
Connection
Earth (E)
Blue, or Black
Neutral (N)
Brown, or Red
Live (L)
Table B : Power Connections.
Connect the equipment in accordance with the connection details and before applying
power to the unit, check that the machine has the correct operating voltage for your mains
power supply.
Important Note : The terminal marked on the rear panel must be earthed.
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S A FE T Y I N FORMATION
Wire Colour
Green, or green and yellow
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Ordering the Correct Mains Lead
When ordering a TBU from Sonifex, it is helpful if you can specify your required operating
voltage and mains lead. After the product code add:
UK, for 230V, UK 3 pin to IEC lead
EC, for 230V, European Schuko 2 pin to IEC lead
SAFE T Y INFORMAT I ON
US, for 115V, 3 pin to IEC lead
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AU for 230V, Australasian 3 pin to IEC lead
Table C : Mains Lead Table.
E.g. order PI-6PSTN4 UK for a UK IEC lead to be supplied.
Installation Information
Atmosphere
The units should be installed in an area that is not subject to excessive temperature
variation (<0°C, >50°C), moisture, dust or vibration.
Electromagnetic Radiation
The cover is connected to earth by means of the fixing screws. It is essential to maintain
this earth ground connection to ensure a safe operating environment and provide
electromagnetic shielding.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
WEEE & RoHS Directives - Sonifex Statement
The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive was agreed on
13 February 2003, along with the related Directive 2002/95/EC on Restrictions
of the use of certain Hazardous Substances in electrical and electronic
equipment (RoHS).
Sonifex Ltd will be happy to give you information about local organisations that can
reprocess the products, or alternatively all products that have reached “end of use” can be
returned to Sonifex and will be reprocessed correctly free of charge.
Sonifex Ltd has phased out the use of certain hazardous substances identified in the
European Union’s Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) directive. The RoHS directive
limits the use of certain hazardous substances currently used in EEE manufacture, including
lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, and halide-containing compounds PBB
(polybrominated biphenyl) and PBDE (polybrominated diphenyl ether). Elimination of these
substances will result in more environmentally friendly recycling of electronic equipment.
For the products which Sonifex manufacture, the main area where products were affected
was in the use of lead for manufacturing and assembling electronics circuit boards.
S A FE T Y I N FORMATION
The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive (WEEE) aims to minimise the
impacts of electrical and electronic equipment on the environment during their life times
and when they become waste. It applies to a huge spectrum of products. It encourages
and sets criteria for the collection, treatment, recycling and recovery of waste electrical and
electronic equipment. All products manufactured by Sonifex Ltd have the WEEE directive
label placed on the case. It gives a contact for individuals who are unsure about the correct
procedure when the product has reached its “end of use”.
Sonifex Ltd practices lead-free (LF) manufacturing processes. LF solder is used on the
surface-mount PCB manufacturing processes and for hand soldering. The printed circuit
boards (PCBs) used are either gold plated, or immersion tin plated, both of which use no
lead. Historically the PCBs were hot air solder levelled (HASL) PCBs which used tin/lead
based solder.
The manufacturing processes include the assembly of purchased components from various
sources. Product is offered as RoHS compliant, or LF, only after sufficient evidence is received
from the component manufacturers that their components are RoHS compliant. Sonifex
Ltd relies solely on the distributor, or manufacturer, of the components for identification of
RoHS compliance. Thus whilst every effort is made to ensure compliance, Sonifex Ltd makes
no warranty, or certification, or declaration of compliance concerning said components.
Sonifex Ltd defines “Lead Free” as pertaining to any product, which has been manufactured
by Sonifex Ltd using components which have been declared by the manufacturers as
“Lead Free”. All statements by Sonifex Ltd of RoHS compliance are based on component
manufacturer documentation.
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REPORTING FAULTS
Reporting Faults
REP ORT I N G FAU LTS
Although this Sonifex product is manufactured to the highest standards, it is possible that
minor faults may appear in the equipment over its normal lifetime. If you find any problems
with the Phone In 6, please contact your Sonifex distributor, or contact Sonifex directly at
the following address, or fax with a copy of this completed sheet :
To :
Sonifex Ltd,
From:
Name
61, Station Road,
Position
Irthlingborough,
Company
Northants.
Address
NN9 5QE, UK
Tel : +44 (0)1933 650 700
Tel
Fax : +44 (0)1933 650 726
Fax
Email : [email protected]
Email
For the Serial No. of your machine, see the
back panel of the Phone In 6 units.
Phone In 6 Serial No.
PI-6C
PI-6R
Please describe the error in as much detail as possible (for example what you were doing
when the problem occurred, what actually happened, etc)
Description of Phone In 6 Error
Also, if you have any suggestions for additions or upgrades to the Phone In 6 unit , we
would like to hear what they are :
Additions that I Would Like to See
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Phone In 6 Introduction
The Phone In 6 is a call control centre for phone-in radio shows. It is capable of interfacing to 2, 4, or 6 phone lines by fitting up to 3 modules, where each module can have 2 x PSTN lines or 1 x ISDN BRI line. The ISDN basic rate interface allows 2 calls to be handled, 1 on each B channel. The PSTN module has 2 interfaces each using a modern digital hybrid interface, which is settable by software to handle a variety of PSTN and PABX systems with varying impedances, call connection & disconnection tones.
The unit comprises 2 boxes: The PI-6C 1U rack mounted Base Console (BC) unit which has all
the audio & telephony connections together with the metering and complex controls.
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Fig 1-1: PI-6C Base Console Front View.
Secondly, there is the PI-6R Remote Control Panel (RCP) which connects via Ethernet based
cabling to the main unit and allows the user to see the status of each caller, to receive an
incoming call and to subsequently route it to the mixing desk. It also includes connectors
for a headset that enable remote dialling out and the screening of incoming calls.
Fig 1-2: PI-6R Remote Control
Panel Front View
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IN TROD U C T I ON
The Base Console has 3 module positions on the rear panel into which either of the PI-PSTN2
(2 x analogue telephone lines) or PI-ISDN2 (2 x ISDN B channels) modules can be fitted. The
Base Console is capable of connecting internal DSP and hybrid circuits to any 2 lines and
routing these out to a studio mixing desk.
The Phone In 6 uses an echo-cancellation DSP (digital signal processing) algorithm and
impedance matching to give around 70dB cancellation, which provides excellent separation
of caller & line send audio and elimination of feedback, distortion & echo on the incoming
calls. This is close to being the best performance possible on a telephone line & uses the
same enhanced echo cancellation algorithms as used on the DHY-03 telephone hybrid,
the best performing telephone hybrid in the world. The DSP, which uses 24bit variables
and at least 48bit math algorithms, can also monitor the call progress tones for various
disconnection arrangements. The audio data is supplied to the DSP from analogue inputs
via 24bit ADCs.
System Diagram
PI-6C Base Console
PSTN Module
or ISDN
Module x3
Hybrid 1 Port
or Conference
Port
6
Music
On Hold
ADC
Hybrid 2 Port
Router/
Switcher
Bargraph
Meters
Data
Gain
Switches
DSP
Controls
LED
Indicators
Remote
Headset
Ethernet
Port
Serial
Port
PI-6R Remote Control Panel
Headset
Input
Ethernet
Port
Caller Status
Buttons & LEDs
Analogue
Amplification
Keypad
Microcontroller
Headset
Connection
Spinwheel
Selector
LCD
Module
Fig 1-3: System Block Diagrams
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Phone In 6 Operation
The Base Console is connected to the incoming lines; to a music-on-hold source; to 1 or
2 channels on a mixing desk and to the Remote Control Panel. The Base Console accepts
an incoming call and indicates the ring to the Remote Control Panel. The call is either
automatically answered by the unit and supplied with music-on-hold, or is answered
manually by the user. The user has the following options:
- Send the caller to the mixing desk by assigning it to an on-air channel.
- Place the caller on-hold and send them the music-on-hold signal .
- Drop the call.
DSP Features Of The Phone In 6 System
- Echo-cancellation which cleans the telephone signal to remove any echoes from the
analogue portions of the call and ensures that the mixing desk is only sent the caller audio.
- AGC (automatic gain control) & a Noise Gate which sets the level of the caller audio to a
suitable level for the mixing desk and also reduces the noise floor when the caller is silent.
I N T ROD U C T ION
During the initial call control there is limited processing being performed by the unit, but
once the call is assigned to an on-air channel, the audio is passed through to the DSP to
provide the highest quality possible for the station output.
- Ducking so when both caller and presenter are talking together the DSP can automatically
reduce the level of the caller so that the presenter is always able to talk over the caller, e.g. to
gracefully end a heated call;
- In conference mode the DSP mixes the other caller audio into the sent signal so that each
caller can hear the station output and the other caller in the conference call.
Conferencing Calls & Use of the Cleanfeed/Mix-Minus
The Phone In 6 handles 2 live calls at once and normally each call is connected to a separate
telco channel on a mixing desk. Each channel receives the caller audio and allows the
presenter to talk to the caller off-air (usually via the pre fade listen (PFL) or Cue selection on
the mixer), or to place the caller to air. In both cases the mixing desk outputs audio back to
the caller via the Phone In 6 unit – this is usually the signal from the presenter’s microphone
or a special mix of the station output.
The unit is configured in 2 ways:
Normal Mode where 2 calls can be handled independently, each with its own caller output
and cleanfeed input.
Conference Mode where up to 2 calls are mixed within the unit and are presented as a
single audio stream on the output with a single cleanfeed input.
The cleanfeed, also known as mix-minus, is a specific mix from the desk/mixer that contains
all of the radio station output except for the caller himself or herself. In Conference Mode
the unit provides a mix of both callers and the cleanfeed is a mix without either caller. The
unit mixes in the other caller for each signal sent out to the callers.
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In Normal Mode the unit should be connected to 2 telco channels that each generate
their own cleanfeed output. If the mixing desk is able to generate a cleanfeed without
either caller from the 2 independent caller outputs, then the unit can accept a single input
and add in the other caller for the appropriate caller output the same as is performed in
Conference Mode – this is known as Shared Mode.
IN TROD U C T I ON
Call Handling - Self-op & Call Screening Modes
The Phone In 6 allows radio shows to be organised in 2 main ways:
- Self-op where the show is entirely controlled by the presenter.
- Call-screening where an assistant or producer deals with incoming calls manually and then
places the calls to the presenter via the on-air selections.
Self-op Mode
In Self-op Mode the unit can automatically answer calls and place them in a queue where
they are supplied with the music on hold signal. When the presenter is ready, they can
accept the next caller to air. The queuing system can be set to use 1 or 2 hybrid channels,
though if the mixing desk has only one telco module available we advise that you do not
use conferencing and queue to a single channel only. If 2 channels are available and you
configure it to use only 1 hybrid for the queue, then the second channel is available for
manual intervention, for example to save a call when the presenter needs further caller
details as a prize winner, or to make outgoing calls.
Auto-Answer & Auto-Drop Calls
Calls are auto-answered and by designating one of the GPIO remote input ports to receive
a ‘drop call’ command when the channel is switched off, the call is dropped once the
conversation with the presenter has finished. The calls can be shuffled up so that line 1 is
designated as the on-air 1 caller, then on-air 2, then unanswered calls in their queue order.
Or the ON-AIR 1 and ON-AIR 2 (if used) buttons show the current calls to the mixing desk
and the next call flashes its LINE HOLD button yellow.
Call Screening Mode
In Call-screening Mode an assistant/producer can answer calls and then the caller can be
put on-hold and supplied with the Music On Hold signal until the presenter is ready to take
the call. The call-screener communicates to the presenter by the normal talkback interface
on the mixing desk. The procedure to manually handle calls is described below
Receiving a Call
When the unit receives a call, the LINE HOLD button flashes red for that line. The call handler
should press the button to accept the call, which stops the flashing, illuminating the button
green and routes it to the Music On Hold signal.
If the call handler is ready to talk to the caller straight away, then pressing the LOCAL button
followed by the LINE HOLD button accepts the call, lights both buttons yellow and routes it
to the call handler’s headset. The call can then be put on hold by pressing the LOCAL button
again, which clears the LOCAL button and makes the LINE HOLD button go green.
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Routing a Call
To route a call to the mixing desk, press the ON-AIR button associated with that line. The
ON-AIR button illuminates green and the audio to and from the caller is routed through the
DSP hybrid and to/from the mixing desk. The unit can be programmed to send a signal to
the mixing desk from the GPIO port to allow the telco channel on the mixer to indicate that
a call is present.
Dropping a Call
To drop a call, simply press & hold the LINE HOLD button for a second and the call is
dropped.
Making a Call
To make a call press the LOCAL button followed by an unused line’s LINE HOLD button.
The headset is now connected to the line and the call handler should hear the dial tone.
Use the keyboard to direct dial a call using DTMF dialling or use the hash (#) key to use the
phonebook entries or ## to repeat the last used number.
I N T ROD U C T ION
If the hybrid is already in use, or the unit is in conference mode and 2 calls are already being
handled, then the ON-AIR button flashes red briefly and returns to the off state. To remove
a call from the hybrid press & hold the ON-AIR button for a second and the caller is returned
to the Music On Hold state
Phone In 6 Configuration
The Phone In 6 comprises 2 units, a Base Console (BC) and a Remote Control Panel (RCP)
communicating through a TCP/IP network. The units each need a TCP/IP address to
communicate and also need to be paired to work together. The configuration is performed
entirely at the RCP where the TCP/IP address is set in static mode or set to use a local DHCP
server. The RCP can then search for base units attached to the system. It may find a number
of connected BC devices and the serial number and state of each unit’s connectivity is
indicated. Choose the appropriate BC and designate it as the pair for the RCP. This unit can
then also be configured for its TCP/IP address.
The system can then be set up to operate in the manner required using the menu system
on the RCP. Some of the setup is specific to the actual install, e.g. country type for the hybrid
settings, ring cadences & disconnect tones supplied by the network provider. Other settings
can be program specific, e.g. call screening/self-op mode. The latter settings can change
with the presenter, or as a particular show changes, so multiple sets of these parameters
can be saved into permanent memory within the system which the user can easily store and
change by using the * key and a single digit number to update those parameters.
The RCP has the ability to make calls to unused lines and there is a Phonebook that allows
the user to create 99 preset numbers which are easily accessed by using the # key followed
by the 2 digit number. Also a double # key calls the last dialled number.
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MENU STRUCTURE
Phone In 6 Menus
All of the parameters are accessed via the Remote Control Panel menu options. Simply
press and hold the rotary spinwheel to enter the menus. Use the spinwheel to move along
the menu selections, or to change the value of a parameter and just press the spinwheel to
accept the option. Pressing & holding the spinwheel button exits the menu system.
MEN U S T RU C T U RE
Figures 1-4 shows the menu options available, but not all options are accessible for each
system (e.g. no ISDN options are displayed for systems supplied without ISDN modules
fitted).
The menu is self explanatory, allowing access to all of the possible options available on the
system.
On
Off
Shared 
Exit
Conferencing
Operation
On 1 Hybrid
On 2 Hybrids
Shuffle Up -> On/Off
Off 
Exit
Queue Control
Headphone Gain -> Number
Microphone Gain -> Number
Exit
Headset Levels
Remote GPIO
Audio
Pin 1-8
Input -> Function
Output -> Function
Output OC -> Function
Off
Hybrid 1 Rx -> Number
Hybrid 1 Tx -> Number
Hybrid 2 Rx -> Number
Hybrid 2 Tx -> Number
Levels
AGC/Limiter
Hybrid 1
Hybrid 2
Hybrid 1&2
Rx AGC -> Fast/Slow/Off
Tx AGC -> Fast/Slow/Off
Rx Limiter -> Number/Off
Tx Limiter -> Number
Features
Hybrid 1
Hybrid 2
Hybrid 1&2
Echo Cancellation -> On/Off
Noise Gate -> On/Off
Ducking-> On/Off Exit
EQ Settings
Hybrid 1
Hybrid 2
Hybrid 1&2
Off 
Low -> Number
Mid -> Number
High -> Number
Fig 2-1a: Menu Structure Part 1
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Connection
PSTN Settings
ISDN Settings
To Be Defined
MAC Address
Number Info only
Exit
DHCP 
Static -> IP Number, IP SubNet
Pairing
Searching -> List
Base MAC Address
Number Info only
Base IP Address
Presets
ISDN Type -> List
Auto Answer -> On/Off
Auto Disconnect -> On/Off
ISDN Sub Addressing -> Number Range/Off
ISDN MSN -> Number Range/Off
Exit
Digital Audio
IP Address
Phonebook
Country -> List
Auto Answer -> Number
Auto Disconnect -> List
Other Parameters
Exit
New
Edit -> Select List
Delete ->Select List->AYS
Delete All -> AYS
Exit
Save Current -> Name
Edit -> Select List
Delete ->Select List->AYS
Delete All -> AYS
Exit
DHCP 
Static -> IP Number, IP SubNet
Key:
Function – Select from a list of functions
List – Select from a list of items
Number – Enter a number (range limited)
Number Range – Dialogue to enter a
range of numbers
On/Off – Simple On or Off selection
AYS – Dialogue ->Are you sure?
 - Tick to show selected option eg On/Off
ME N U S T RU C TURE
Network
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Fig 2-1b: Menu Structure Part 2
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BASE CONSOLE
Phone In 6 Base Console Front Panel Controls & Indicators
The Phone In 6 Base Console is a 1U rackmount unit to which the audio & telephone
connections are made & which houses the two digital telephone hybrids.
BAS E CON S OLE
The level of the caller outputs and mix-minus send are displayed on four 8-digit bargraphs.
Each has 2 associated LEDs for AGC (automatic gain control) and Limiter operation. AGC is
applied to the levels to ensure operation in a normal range, but further fixed gain can be
applied by front panel switches. The signal level sent to the telephone line is regulated by
telecom providers and the unit at all times controls the call level to maintain the signals to
their legal limits.
The front panel also has a blue power indicator LED and a recessed reset button.
Fig 3-1: Base Console Front Panel
Meters
The meters indicate the levels for both send & receive signals between
the hybrid and the line. For proper operation the 0dB LED should
be illuminated most of the time that normal audio is present, with
occasional peaks just illuminating the +6dB LED (first red LED). The
signal is a pseudo-PPM meter which shares the characteristics of
the PPM dynamics, but is tuned for the telephone environment. The
Fig 3-2: Meters
meters are equi-spaced in the working zone (-6 to +9dB) but to extend
the scale for low-level signals the lowest 2 LEDs are spaced on 12dB
intervals. The unit can work in this range if required but the noise
floor may be excessive (due to the nature of telephone lines) and
consequently the performance of the hybrid may be compromised.
Gain Controls
Gain controls are provided for both send & receive levels on each
hybrid and allow adjustment of the audio gain in 6dB steps from 0 to
+12dB. Changes in the gain switches are reflected in the meters.
Fig 3-3: Gain Controls
LED Indicators
LED Indicators are provided for both send & receive levels on each
hybrid and show the active state of internal gain controls within
the DSP. When the digital audio build option is selected (i.e. AES/
EBU inputs and outputs), the panel also shows the lock state of the
incoming digital audio signals.
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Fig 3-4: Gain Controls
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Base Console Rear Panel
The Phone In 6 has an IEC mains inlet with 2A fuse, 1 x XLR Music On Hold input, 2 x XLR
audio inputs, 2 x XLR caller audio outputs and 1 x RJ-45 remote headset audio port. The unit
has up to 3 option modules with either an ISDN connector or a dual RJ11-4/6 telephone
connector, each providing 2 lines of telephone connectivity. It also has a RJ-45 Ethernet
port, a 9 pin GPIO connector and a RS232 9 pin D type serial control port.
Telephone Interface Modules
The Phone In 6 can accept up to 3 modules, each with the capability to interface to 2
telephone lines. The PI-PSTN2 module can connect to 2 analogue telephone lines or 2
analogue PABX connections. The PI-ISDN2 module can connect to an ISDN Basic Rate ISDN
line or to an S0 port from a PABX.
Base Console Rear Inputs & Outputs
BA S E CON S OLE
Fig 3-5: Base Console Rear Panel
Music On Hold Input
This analogue audio input provides a feed for callers when they are
not connected to the mixing desk or headset. The connector is a
single balanced XLR socket with the following connections:
Pin 1:Screen
Pin 2: Phase
Pin 3: Non-phase
Fig 3-6: Music on Hold Input
Hybrid 1 (Conference) Input
The Hybrid 1 Input is an analogue input which takes a mix-minus or cleanfeed from your
mixer into hybrid 1 in the Base Console. This input also acts as the Conference Input
when the unit is in Conference Mode. When the Base Console is fitted with optional AES/
EBU I/O, this connector acts as digital audio input 1 (see Digital Audio Option later for
more information). The connector is a single balanced XLR socket with the following pin
connections:
Pin 1:Screen
Pin 2: Phase
Pin 3: Non-phase
Fig 3-7: Hybrid 1 (Conference) Input
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BAS E CON S OLE
Hybrid 1 (Conference) Output
The Hybrid 1 Output is an analogue output providing the caller
audio to your mixing desk and acts as the Conference Output when
in Conference Mode. When the Base Console is fitted with optional
AES/EBU I/O, this connector acts as digital audio output 1 (see Digital
Audio Option later for more information).The XLR output has the
following connections:
Pin 1: Screen
Pin 2: Phase
Pin 3: Non-phase
Fig 3-8: Hybrid 1 Output
Hybrid 2 Input
The Hybrid 2 Input is an analogue input which takes a mix-minus or
cleanfeed from your mixer into hybrid 2 in the Base Console. When
the Base Console is fitted with optional AES/EBU I/O, this connector
acts as digital audio input 2 (see Digital Audio Option later for more
information). The connector is a single balanced XLR socket with the
following pin connections:
Fig 3-9: Hybrid 2 Input
Pin 1:Screen
Pin 2: Phase
Pin 3: Non-phase
Hybrid 2 Output
The Hybrid 2 Output is an analogue output providing the caller audio
to your mixing desk. When the Base Console is fitted with optional
AES/EBU I/O, this connector acts as digital audio output 2 (see Digital
Audio Option later for more information).The XLR output has the
following connections:
Pin 1: Screen
Pin 2: Phase
Pin 3: Non-phase
Fig 3-10: Hybrid 2 Output
Link To Remote Panel
This 8-way RJ45 socket is used to connect the Base Console to the Remote Control Panel.
The cable between them carries the analogue balanced line level send and receive audio
from and to the headset connected to the Remote Control Panel. You can use a standard
CAT5 cable to link the two units together. The pin assignments are as follows:
Pin 1: INPUT: From headset mic, phase
Pin 2: INPUT: From headset mic, non-phase
Pin 3: OUTPUT: To headset earphone, phase
Pin 4:Ground
Pin 6: OUTPUT: To headset earphone, non-phase
All other pins are unused.
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Fig 3-11: Link To Remote Panel
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PSTN 1,2 & 3 Telephone Line Connectors
These 4-way RJ116/4 sockets provide the connection
between your telephone system/lines and the Phone In 6
system. They are analogue telephone ports, connected via
Pins 3 and 4 on the RJ11 (and Pins 2 and 5 on any converted
BT Plug).
BT Telephone Connections
Pin 1 : N/C
Pin 2 : Telephone line A
Pin 3 : Ringing
Pin 4 : Connected for neatness only
Pin 5 : Telephone line B
Pin 6 : N/C
Ethernet Port
The 8-way RJ45 socket connector carries a standard Ethernet
interface and allows connection to a local area network. The pin
assignments are as follows:
Pin 1: Transmit data+ Pin 2: Transmit data-
Pin 3: Receive data+
Pin 4:None
Pin 5:None
Pin 6: Receive data-
Pin 7: None
Pin 8: None
WHITE/Orange
ORANGE/White
WHITE/Green
BLUE/White
WHITE/Blue
GREEN/White
WHITE/Brown
BROWN/White
RS232 Serial port
The serial port allows direct connection to a PC via a 9 way ‘D’ type
socket. The pin connections are:
Pin 1:N/C
Pin 2: TxD
Pin 3:RxD
Pin 4:N/
Pin 5:Ground
Pin 6:N/C
Pin 7:CTS
Pin 8:RTS
Pin 9:N/C
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Fig 3-12: PSTN Connectors
Pin 1
Pin 6
RJ11 Socket
BT Plug
6
5
4
3
2
1
BA S E CON S OLE
RJ11 Telephone Connections
Pin 1 : N/C
Pin 2 : N/C
Pin 3 : Telephone line A
Pin 4 : Telephone line B
Pin 5 : N/C
Pin 6 : N/C
3
Fig 3-13: Ethernet Port
Fig 3-14: RS232 Serial Port
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BAS E CON S OLE
Remote GPI/O
The remote connector is a 9-way female socket ‘D’ type. The GPIO
connector provides for 8 general-purpose inputs or outputs. The
function of these pins is defined from the system menu and allows
the system to communicate to a mixing desk to ensure that the
Fig 3-15: Remote GPI/O Port
presenter is aware of the state of the calls on the Telco channels
and to allow the system to automatically handle the calls in self-op
mode.
The remotes are freely programmable using the menu structure,
with the following pin connections.
Pin 1: GPIO 1
Pin 2: GPIO 2
Pin 3: GPIO 3
Pin 4: GPIO 4
Pin 5: Ground
Pin 6: GPIO 5
Pin 7: GPIO 6
Pin 8: GPIO 7
Pin 9: GPIO 8
5
1
9
6
Fig 3-16: Remote GPI/O Pins
viewed from rear of plug (or
front of socket on unit)
IEC Mains Input
The power supply is connected via an IEC Connector
(CEE22) 85 - 264VAC, 47-63Hz, 10W average.
Fig 3-17: IEC Mains Connector
Digital Audio Option
Audio inputs and outputs can be supplied as a build option. They use common connectors
to those used for the analogue ports, but the digital port is by definition a stereo interface.
The left right pairs are defined to operate in mono mode (i.e. left = right for the output
and left or right can be chosen as the input signal). The digital input accepts valid AES/EBU
signals from 32 to 96 kHz sampling rates and the outputs are synchronised to the incoming
signal. All digital signals, both inputs and outputs, are sample rate converted so that they
use the internal clocks suitable for telephone bandwidth.
Audio Clocking
When PI-ISDN2 modules are used, the internal audio clocks are synchronous to the ISDN
master clock, which is derived from the Module in slot 1. If no ISDN modules are fitted, then
the internal clock is generated onboard from a stable crystal oscillator.
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Remote Control Panel Controls & Indicators
The Remote Control Panel has a headset port, and 6 sets of 3 illuminated buttons for call
control and status indication. The console also has a 2-line LCD screen with rotary spinwheel
with push switch driven menu interface and a 12 digit keypad for direct dial of numbers.
By using the hash key as a prefix the user can access 99 saved numbers, or by using the
star key as a prefix 9 different user configurations can be recalled (which can be password
protected). The Remote Control Panel is connected to the base unit using an RJ45 Ethernet
port and an RJ45 to carry the headset audio.
RE MOT E CONTROL PANEL
Fig 4-1: Remote Control Panel Front
Spinwheel Control & LCD Display
Use the black spinwheel to control volume levels and navigate the
setup menu on the 2 line LCD display. Push and hold the control to
enter the menu, then click it to make selections within the menu. The
display shows system settings as well as call information.
Numeric Keypad
The 12-digit numeric keypad is used for for dialling or preset
selection. By using the hash key as a prefix the user can access 99
saved numbers, or by using the star key as a prefix 9 different user
configurations can be recalled (which can be password protected).
Fig 4-2: Spinwheel
Fig 4-3: Numeric Keypad
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REMOTE CONTROL PANEL
LOCAL Button
This is used to connect and disconnect a caller to the headset or to
make a call on a free line, i.e. to use the headset to speak to caller’s,
have the LOCAL button selected. The button has a latching operation.
Fig 4-4: LOCAL Button
REMOTE CONT ROL PA N E L
The following three buttons are replicated for up to 6 telephone lines, numbered 1 - 6
along the top of the buttons:
LINE HOLD/Release Button
The LINE HOLD/Release button is used to control the line hold circuit,
it illuminates to indicate the status of the line and flashes to show ring
status.
Fig 4-5: LINE HOLD/Release Button
ON AIR Button Hybrid 1
The ON AIR 1 button is used to route the caller to air on hybrid 1. The
indicator in the button illuminates to show that the caller is on air . In
Conference Mode, two callers can be put to air on Hybrid 1.
ON AIR Button Hybrid 2
The ON AIR 2 button is used to route the caller to air on hybrid 2. The
indicator in the button illuminates to show that the caller is on air. In
Conference Mode the On Air 2 button has no function.
Fig 4-6: ON AIR 1 Button
Fig 4-7: ON AIR 2 Button
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Remote Control Panel Rear Panel Controls & Indicators
Reset Button
This is a small recessed button between the headset sockets on
the rear panel. If your Remote Control Panel should ever lock up,
try resetting the unit, or reapplying power.
Fig 4-9: Recessed Reset Button
LCD Contrast Adjustment
This is a recessed preset potentiometer which can be adjusted to
change the contrast of the 2 line LCD display. Use a small flat-blade
screwdriver to adjust this potentiometer.
RE MOT E CONTROL PANEL
Fig 4-8: Remote Control Panel Rear
Fig 4-10: LCD Contrast Adjustment
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Remote Control Panel Rear Inputs & Outputs
REMOTE CONT ROL PA N E L
Local Headset
There are 2 x 3.5mm jack sockets provided for connecting a local
headset (separate microphone input and headphones output) for
answering and making calls. The headset is usually used in Call
Screening Mode. The headset signals are balanced electgronically
in the RCP and passed to the BC via the ‘LINK TO BASE CONSOLE’
connector.
Fig 4-11: Local Headset
Link To Base Console
This 8-way RJ45 socket is used to connect the Remote Control Panel to the Base Console.
The cable between them carries the analogue balanced line level send and receive audio
from and to the local headset. You can use a standard CAT5 cable to link the two units
together. The pin assignments are as follows:
Pin 1: OUTPUT: Sending headset mic signal, phase
Pin 2: OUTPUT: Sending headset mic signal, non-phase
Pin 3: INPUT: Receiving headset earphone signal, phase
Pin 4:Ground
Pin 6: INPUT: Receiving headset earphone signal, non-phase
All other pins are unused.
Fig 4-12: Link To Base Console
Ethernet Port
The 8-way RJ45 socket connector carries a standard Ethernet interface and allows
connection to a local area network. The pin assignments are as follows:
Pin 1: Transmit data+ Pin 2: Transmit data-
Pin 3: Receive data+
Pin 4:None
Pin 5:None
Pin 6: Receive data-
Pin 7: None
Pin 8: None
WHITE/Orange
ORANGE/White
WHITE/Green
BLUE/White
WHITE/Blue
GREEN/White
WHITE/Brown
BROWN/White
Fig 4-13: Ethernet Port
IEC Mains Input
The power supply is connected via an IEC Connector
(CEE22) 85 - 264VAC, 47-63Hz, 10W average.
Fig 4-14: IEC Power Connector
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Technical Specification
Product Dimensions
Base Console Dimensions (mm)
T E CH N I C A L SP ECIFIC ATION
Fig 5-1: Base Console Dimensions
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TECHNIC AL SP E CI FI C AT I ON
Remote Control Panel Dimensions (mm)
Fig 5-2: Remote Control Panel Dimensions
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Technical Specification
Audio Inputs
Input Impedance – Line Mode >10kΩ balanced 0dB, optimum working input
(Mix-minus audio to caller):
Adjustable 0 to +12dBu
ADC Signal to Noise: Better than –89dbFS (RMS A-weighted at 24bit)
ADC Dynamic Range: >96dB
ADC Distortion & Noise: >87dB THD + N at 1kHz
ADC Frequency Response:
20Hz to 3.8kHz
Optional Digital Audio:
AES/EBU 110 Ω balanced inputs (IEC60968)
Sample Rates:
32kHz to 96kHz
0dBFS Reference Level:
12dBu or 18dBu
Audio Outputs
Output Impedance
<50Ω balanced floating 0dB, optimum working input
(Received audio from caller):
Output Level Range:
Adjustable -6 to +6dBu
DAC Signal to Noise: Better than –85dbFS (RMS A-weighted at 24bit)
DAC Dynamic Range: >97dB
DAC Distortion & Noise: >83dB THD + N at 1kHz
DAC Frequency Response:
20Hz to 3.8kHz
Optional Digital Audio:
AES/EBU 110 Ω balanced outputs (IEC60968)
Sample Rates:
32kHz to 96kHz
0dBFS Reference Level:
12dBu or 18dBu
T E CH N I C A L SP ECIFIC ATION
Input Level Range: PSTN Telephone Connection
Send to Line Limiting Input:
+4dBu
Bandwidth to Telephone Line: 125Hz – 3.8kHz, -3dB ref 1kHz
Telephone Line Impedance:
Telephone Line Impedance Range:
Nominally 600Ω - complex impedances set via country code
300Ω to 1500Ω
Telephone Rejection:
78dB on 1kHz tone, typically 75dB on complex waveforms, reference peak level of 0dB
Ring Detector Sensitivity:
1 ring to 8 rings
ISDN Telephone Connection
ISDN Interface:
D Channel Protocol:
S0 (BRI) / I.430
DSS1, National 1, 5ESS, JATE (INS64), AUSTEL, X.31, VN 4,
TPH 1962
B Channel Protocol:
G.711
Regulatory Approval:
CE
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Connections (PI-6C Base Console)
Music On Hold Input:
3 pin XLR socket, balanced
Hybrid 1 & 2 Inputs:
2 x pin XLR socket, balanced
Hybrid 1 & 2 Outputs:
2 x pin XLR plug, balanced
Link to RCP:
RJ45 socket, link using CAT5 cable, pin to pin
Ethernet Port:
RJ45 socket
RS232 Serial Comms Port: 9-way ‘D’-type socket
GPOI/O Remote I/O Port: Mains Input:
9-way ‘D’-type socket
Filtered IEC, continuously rated 85-264V AC @ 47-63Hz,
fused 1A, max 10W
Connections (PI-6R Remote Control Panel)
Local Headset:
2 x 3.5mm jack socket (mic input & headphones output)
Link to BC:
RJ45 socket, link using CAT5 cable, pin to pin
Ethernet Port:
Mains Input:
RJ45 socket
Filtered IEC, continuously rated 85-264V AC @ 47-63Hz,
fused 1A, max 10W
Physical Specifications
PI-6C Base Console
Dimensions (Boxed): 60cm (W) x 34cm (D) x 7cm (H)
23.6” (W) x 13.4” (D) x 2.8” (H)
Weight Nett: 2.2kg Gross: 3.2kg
Nett: 4.8lbs Gross: 7.0lbs
PI-6R Remote Control Panel
Dimensions (Boxed): 32cm (W) x 29cm (D) x 15cm (H)
12.6” (W) x 11.4” (D) x 5.9” (H)
Weight Nett: 1.8kg Gross: 2.9kg
Nett: 4.0lbs Gross: 6.4lbs
Equipment Type
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