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This owner’s manual is based on the firmware version 1.2x. The
functions and specifications could be possibly added or changed by a
firmware update.
Visit the PJP website to obtain the latest firmware and manuals.
PJP website:
http://www.yamaha.co.jp/english/product/projectphone/
IP audio conference system
Ce mode d’emploi se réfère à la version 1.2x du micrologiciel. Des
fonctions et spécifications peuvent être ajoutées ou changées par une
mise à jour du micrologiciel.
Consultez le site PJP pour obtenir les tout derniers micrologiciel et
manuels.
Site PJP:
http://www.yamaha.co.jp/english/product/projectphone/
Dieses Benutzerhandbuch basiert auf der Firmware-Version 1.2x. Die
Funktionen und technischen Daten können möglicherweise durch eine
zukünftige Firmware-Aktualisierung erweitert oder geändert werden.
Besuchen Sie die PJP-Website zum Erhalten der neuesten Firmware
und Anleitungen.
PJP-Website:
http://www.yamaha.co.jp/english/product/projectphone/
© 2006
YAMAHA CORPORATION 10-1 Nakazawa-cho, Hamamatsu, Shizuoka 430-8650, Japan
All rights reserved.
As of September, 2006
Printed in Japan
WH86130
OWNER’S MANUAL
MODE D’EMPLOI
BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG
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IMPORTANT SAFTY INSTRACTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFTY INSTRACTIONS
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CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
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Explanation of Graphical Symbols
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an
equilateral triangle, is intended to alert you to the
presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within
the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to
persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle
is intended to alert you to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in
the literature accompanying the appliance.
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Read Instructions – All the safety and operating instructions
should be read before the product is operated.
Retain Instructions – The safety and operating instructions
should be retained for future reference.
Heed Warnings – All warnings on the product and in the
operating instructions should be adhered to.
Follow Instructions – All operating and use instructions
should be followed.
Cleaning – Unplug this product from the wall outlet before
cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
Attachments – Do not use attachments not recommended by
the product manufacturer as they may cause hazards.
Water and Moisture – Do not use this product near water –
for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or
laundry tub; in a wet basement; or near a swimming pool;
and the like.
Accessories – Do not place this product on an unstable cart,
stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The product may fall,
causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious
damage to the product. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod,
bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer, or sold
with the product. Any mounting of the product should
follow the manufacturer’s instructions, and should use a
mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer.
A product and cart combination should be moved with care.
Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may
cause the product and cart combination to
overturn.
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Ventilation – Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided
for ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the
product and to protect it from overheating, and these
openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings
should never be blocked by placing the product on a bed,
sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This product should not
be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack
unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer’s
instructions have been adhered to.
Power Sources – This product should be operated only from
the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If
you are not sure of the type of power supply to your home,
consult your product dealer or local power company. For
products intended to operate from battery power, or other
sources, refer to the operating instructions.
Grounding or Polarization – This product may be equipped
with a polarized alternating current line plug (a plug having
one blade wider than the other). This plug will fit into the
power outlet only one way. This is a safety feature. If you
are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try
reversing the plug. If the plug should still fail to fit, contact
your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not
defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug.
Power-Cord Protection – Power-supply cords should be
routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched
by items placed upon or against them, paying particular
attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the
point where they exit from the product.
Lightning – For added protection for this product during a
lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for
long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and
disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent
damage to the product due to lightning and power-line
surges.
Power Lines – An outside antenna system should not be
located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other
electric light or power circuits, or where it can fall into such
power lines or circuits. When installing an outside antenna
system, extreme care should be taken to keep from touching
such power lines or circuits as contact with them might be
fatal.
Overloading – Do not overload wall outlets, extension
cords, or integral convenience receptacles as this can result
in a risk of fire or electric shock.
Object and Liquid Entry – Never push objects of any kind
into this product through openings as they may touch
dangerous voltage points or short-out parts that could result
in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on
the product.
Servicing – Do not attempt to service this product yourself
as opening or removing covers may expose you to
dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to
qualified service personnel.
Damage Requiring Service – Unplug this product from the
wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel
under the following conditions:
a) When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged,
b) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the
product,
c) If the product has been exposed to rain or water,
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IMPORTANT SAFTY INSTRACTIONS
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If the product does not operate normally by following
the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls
that are covered by the operating instructions as an
improper adjustment of other controls may result in
damage and will often require extensive work by a
qualified technician to restore the product to its normal
operation,
e) If the product has been dropped or damaged in any
way, and
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When the product exhibits a distinct change in
performance - this indicates a need for service.
Replacement Parts – When replacement parts are required,
be sure the service technician has used replacement parts
specified by the manufacturer or have the same
characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized
substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or other
hazards.
Safety Check – Upon completion of any service or repairs to
this product, ask the service technician to perform safety
checks to determine that the product is in proper operating
condition.
Wall or Ceiling Mounting – The unit should be mounted to a
wall or ceiling only as recommended by the manufacturer.
Heat – The product should be situated away from heat
sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
products (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
COMPLIANCE INFORMATION STATEMENT
(DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY PROCEDURE)
Responsible Party: Yamaha System Technology Inc.
Address: 100 Century Center Court
san Jose, California 95112
Telephone: (408)467-2300
FAX: (408)437-8791
Type of Equipment: IP Audio Conference System
Model Name: PJP-100H
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
2) this device must accept any interference received
including interfernce that may cause undesired operation.
See user manual instructions if interference to radio
reception is suspected.
FCC INFORMATION (for US customers)
1 IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS
UNIT!
This product, when installed as indicated in the
instructions contained in this manual, meets FCC
requirements. Modifications not expressly approved by
Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to
use the product.
2 IMPORTANT: When connecting this product to
accessories and/or another product use only high quality
shielded cables. Cable/s supplied with this product MUST
be used. Follow all installation instructions. Failure to
follow instructions could void your FCC authorization to
use this product in the USA.
3 NOTE: This product has been tested and found to comply
with the requirements listed in FCC Regulations, Part 15
for Class “A” digital devices. Compliance with these
requirements provides a reasonable level of assurance that
your use of this product in a commercial environment will
not result in harmful interference with other electronic
devices. However, operation of this product in a residential
area is likely to cause interference in some form. In this
case you, the user, bear the responsibility of correcting this
condition.
This product generates/uses radio frequencies and, if not
installed and used according to the instructions found in
the users manual, may cause interference harmful to the
operation of other electronic devices.
Compliance with FCC regulations does not guarantee that
interference will not occur in all installations. If this
product is found to be the source of interference, which
can be determined by turning the product “OFF” and
“ON”, please try to eliminate the problem by using one of
the following measures:
Relocate either the product generating the interference or
the device that is being affected by the interference.
Utilize power outlets that are on different branch (circuit
breaker of fuse) circuits or install AC line filter/s.
In the case of radio or TV interference, relocate/reorient
the antenna. If the antenna lead-in is 300 ohm ribbon lead,
change the lead-in to coaxial type cable.
If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory
results, please contact your local retailer authorized to
distribute this type of product. If you can not locate the
appropriate retailer, please contact Yamaha Electronics
Corp., U.S.A. 6660 Orangethorpe Ave, Buena Park, CA
90620.
The above statements apply ONLY to those products
distributed by Yamaha Corporation of America or its
subsidiaries.
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CAUTION: READ THIS BEFORE OPERATING YOUR UNIT.
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To assure the finest performance, please read this manual
carefully. Keep it in a safe place for future reference.
Install this unit in a well ventilated, cool, dry, clean place with at
least 10 cm on the top, 10 cm on the left and right, and 10 cm at
the back of this unit — away from direct sunlight, heat sources,
vibration, dust, moisture, and/or cold.
Locate this unit away from other electrical appliances, motors, or
transformers to avoid humming sounds.
Do not expose this unit to sudden temperature changes from cold
to hot, and do not locate this unit in an environment with high
humidity (i.e. a room with a humidifier) to prevent condensation
inside this unit, which may cause an electrical shock, fire,
damage to this unit, and/or personal injury.
Avoid installing this unit where foreign object may fall onto this
unit and/or this unit may be exposed to liquid dripping or
splashing. On the top of this unit, do not place:
– Other components, as they may cause damage and/or
discoloration on the surface of this unit.
– Burning objects (i.e. candles), as they may cause fire, damage
to this unit, and/or personal injury.
– Containers with liquid in them, as they may fall and liquid
may cause electrical shock to the user and/or damage to this
unit.
Do not cover this unit with a newspaper, tablecloth, curtain, etc.
in order not to obstruct heat radiation. If the temperature inside
this unit rises, it may cause fire, damage to this unit, and/or
personal injury.
Do not plug in this unit to a wall outlet until all connections are
complete.
Do not operate this unit upside-down. It may overheat, possibly
causing damage.
Do not use force on switches, knobs and/or cords.
When disconnecting the power cable from the wall outlet, grasp
the plug; do not pull the cable.
Do not clean this unit with chemical solvents; this might damage
the finish. Use a clean, dry cloth.
Only voltage specified on this unit must be used. Using this unit
with a higher voltage than specified is dangerous and may cause
fire, damage to this unit, and/or personal injury. YAMAHA will
not be held responsible for any damage resulting from use of this
unit with a voltage other than specified.
Do not attempt to modify or fix this unit. Contact qualified
YAMAHA service personnel when any service is needed.
The cabinet should never be opened for any reasons.
When not planning to use this unit for long periods of time (i.e.
vacation), disconnect the AC power plug from the wall outlet.
Be sure to read the “Troubleshooting” section on common
operating errors before concluding that this unit is faulty.
16 Before moving this unit, press and hold
(Disconnect) for 3
seconds to set this unit in standby mode, and disconnect the AC
power plug from the wall outlet.
17 Condensation will form when the surrounding temperature
changes suddenly. Disconnect the power cable from the outlet,
then leave the unit alone.
18 When using the unit for a long time, the unit may become warm.
Turn the power off, then leave the unit alone for cooling.
19 Install this unit near the wall outlet and where the AC power plug
can be reached easily.
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This unit is not disconnected from the AC power source as long
as it is connected to the AC wall outlet, even if this unit itself is
turned off. This state is called the standby mode. In this state,
this unit is designed to consume a very small quantity of power.
FOR CANADIAN CUSTOMERS
To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to wide
slot and fully insert.
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES-003.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
WARNING
THE POWER SUPPLY CABLE OF THIS UNIT MUST BE
CONNECTED TO THE MAIN SOCKET OUTLET VIA A
PROTECTIVE EARTHING CONNECTION.
WARNING
This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this
product may cause radio interference in which case the user
may be required to take adequate measures.
■ For U.K. customers
If the socket outlets in the home are not suitable for the plug supplied with this appliance, it should be cut off and an appropriate 3
pin plug fitted. For details, refer to the instructions described below.
Note
The plug severed from the mains lead must be destroyed, as a
plug with bared flexible cord is hazardous if engaged in a live
socket outlet.
■ Special Instructions for U.K. Model
WARNING-THIS APPARATUS MUST BE
EARTHED.
IMPORTANT
THE WIRES IN THIS MAINS LEAD ARE COLOURED
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING CODE:
GREEN-AND-YELLOW:EARTH
BLUE:NEUTRAL
BROWN:LIVE
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings
identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured GREEN-AND-YELLOW
must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is
marked by the letter E or by the safety earth symbol or
coloured GREEN or GREEN-and-YELLOW.
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED.
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Contents
Features .................................................................. 2
Supplied Accessories ............................................. 3
Controls and Functions ......................................... 4
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
CONFIGURATIONS
Configuring Settings ............................................ 24
Configuring settings using the keys on this unit...... 24
Configuring settings using the web menu ............... 25
Setting Menu List ................................................. 26
PREPARATION
Step 1: Connecting this unit....................................... 9
Step 2: Registering the network settings of this unit
............................................................................. 10
Step 3: Installing this unit in the conference room
............................................................................. 14
BASIC CALL OPERATIONS
Calling another unit by specifying an IP address .... 15
Calling another unit using the address book............ 17
Calling another unit in online status ........................ 17
Calling another unit using the call history............... 18
Answering a Call.................................................. 20
Talking with Multiple Locations ........................ 21
Registering a new address ....................................... 33
Editing an existing address ...................................... 34
Deleting an address.................................................. 34
Using the SIP Server ............................................ 35
Registering the SIP server information ................... 35
Notes on SIP server operation ................................. 35
Display in SIP server operation ............................... 36
Setting Date and Time ......................................... 37
Managing the Call History .................................. 38
Confirming the System Log Message
of This Unit (syslog) ......................................... 39
Hierarchical Connection of Multiple PJP Units
(Cascade Connection) ...................................... 40
What is cascade connection ? .................................. 40
Configuring the cascade settings ............................. 41
Display in cascade connection................................. 41
CONFIGURATIONS
Display and speaker output during multiple
connections .......................................................... 22
Changing the speaker output positions according to
locations............................................................... 23
Editing Address Book .......................................... 33
BASIC CALL
OPERATIONS
Making a Call....................................................... 15
PREPARATION
Preparation Procedure.......................................... 8
Managing address book information ....................... 26
Configuring network settings .................................. 26
Configuring sound settings ...................................... 28
Configuring general settings.................................... 31
Storing the call history............................................. 32
Setting the password ................................................ 32
Restoring the factory settings .................................. 32
Updating the Firmware ....................................... 42
Software Licensing Agreement ............................... 42
Updating the firmware automatically ...................... 43
Updating the firmware manually ............................. 44
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Troubleshooting.................................................... 46
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
Q1: LED indicators do not light up ......................... 46
Q2: Web menu setting is not available .................... 47
Q3: Call is impossible.............................................. 48
Q4: Other problems ................................................. 49
Resetting the Unit................................................. 50
Obtaining the Setting Information for Support
on this Unit........................................................ 52
Obtaining the setting information............................ 52
Obtaining the audio characteristic information ....... 52
Specifications ........................................................ 53
Notes for Transfer/Disposal of This Unit ........... 54
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FEATURES
Features
This unit is an IP audio conference system that enables simultaneous talk between multiple locations (up to 4 locations
for the mesh connection and up to 8 locations for the cascade connection) through networks including the Internet and
corporate LAN.
Headquarter
Branch B
Internet,
Corporate LAN, etc.
Branch A
Branch C
Audio conference through networks
Audio conference can be held by connecting up to 4 locations for the mesh connection and up to 8 locations for the
cascade connection through networks including the Internet and corporate LAN. The audio control employs digital signal
processing so the participants can concentrate on talk without feeling the stress of delay or interruption of words.
Arrayed microphones and speakers for high audio quality
Depending on the using environment, the microphones can control the audio pickup area so that the clear conversation is
assured. Also, the directivity of the speakers is controlled so that clear audio can be transmitted to the participants sitting
in the optimum area even when the volume level is low.
Divide speaker mode for assigning a speaker output position to each talking location
When an audio conference involves more than two locations, the position from which the audio from a location is output
can be assigned per location (Divide function). With previous audio conference systems, the distinction of the talker has
been difficult because the audio from different locations have been mixed. This divide function makes it easy to
distinguish the location of each talker and also improves the feeling of presence of the conference.
Settings from the PC
The [Web Settings Page] incorporated in this unit can be set from a PC without difficulty. The PC settings are convenient
for editing the address book.
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Supplied Accessories
■ About this manual
INTRODUCTION
• In this manual, the names of the following products are described as follows.
– Yamaha PJP-100H: this unit
– Yamaha IP Audio Conference System: PJP
– Microsoft® Windows®: Windows
– Microsoft® Windows XP®: Windows XP
– 10BASE-T (100BASE-TX) cable: LAN cable
• The IP addresses, domain names and URL names mentioned in the setting examples are used merely for the purpose
of ease of explanation. When you perform actual settings of this unit, be sure to set the addresses and names according
to the actual configuration of your network.
• Details knowledge on the Internet and network may be required to utilize this unit at its full performance. As the
provided manual does not give detailed technical information, please also refer to commercially available books as
required.
• This manual is printed prior to production. Design and specifications are subject to change in part as a result of
improvements, etc. In case of differences between the manual and the product, the product has priority.
■ About trademarks
• Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox Corporation.
• Microsoft, Windows and Microsoft Excel are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and
other countries.
• Adobe and Acrobat are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems, Inc.
Supplied Accessories
This product includes the following accessories. Before connecting this system, make sure you received all of the
following parts.
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AC adapter (PJP-PS01) x 1
Power cable x 1
LAN cable x 1
Pad x 3
Owner’s Manual (This manual) x 1
Warranty card x 1
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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
Controls and Functions
■ Top panel
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MIC MUTE
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1 Microphone indicators
A blue LED lights to indicate the audio pick up area.
2 Display
The LCD shows the current status of this unit (page 7).
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(Cancel)
Press the key to cancel a setting without saving it or to
return to the previous page.
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(Up/Down)
Press either key to select a setting item or move the cursor
up or down.
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(Enter)
Press the key to enter a setting.
6 Numeric keys
Press the keys to enter the figures of the call destination or
IP address.
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VOL
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7 MIC MUTE
Press the key to temporarily defeat (mute) the
microphones of this unit. The LED to the left of the key
lights in red during muting.
Pressing the key again during muting cancels it and turns
the LED off.
8 VOL +/–
Press either key to adjust the speaker volume. Holding
either key increases or decreases the volume continuously.
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(Disconnect)
Press the key to end a call. Pressing the key when there is
an incoming call can deny its termination.
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Pressing and holding
(Disconnect) for 3 seconds sets this
unit to the standby mode. When this unit is in the standby mode, it
can be turned on again by pressing any key.
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(Connect)
Press the key when placing a call to the designated
destination or receiving an incoming call.
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Controls and Functions
■ Right side panel
INTRODUCTION
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1 DC IN 12V terminal
Connect the provided AC adapter.
2 AUDIO IN terminal
Connect to the line output of an audio equipment or PC.
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3 AUDIO OUT terminal
Connect to the line input of an audio equipment or PC.
Connecting this terminal to a commercially available IC
recorder makes it possible to record the audio in the
conference.
4 LAN port
Connect a LAN cable for connection to network
equipment such as a PC, router or hub.
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Controls and Functions
■ Other
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1 Serial label
The label carries the following information.
• MODEL No.: Model number of this unit.
• SER.: Serial number for use in management/
distinction of this unit.
2 SERIAL terminal
Reserved for future extension.
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3 Arrayed speakers (Bottom panel)
Twelve speakers are arrayed on the bottom panel for use in
output of the audio from the unit(s) communicating with
this unit.
4 Arrayed microphones (Side panels)
Sixteen microphones are arrayed on each side panel for
use in capturing the voices of the talkers.
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Controls and Functions
■ Display
Example of the initial display
INTRODUCTION
IP: 192.168.100.200
2006.05.15 09:48:20
Menu :Address
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1 Calling method indicator
The indicator shows the connection method used for the
current call.
5 Speaker mode indicator
The indicator shows the current speaker mode. See
“Configuring the speaker mode” (page 29) for details.
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Call by designating the IP address.
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Divide mode
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Call using a SIP server.
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Monaural mode
2 IP address
The IP address of this unit is displayed.
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Small Area mode
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Medium Area mode
3 Connection mode indicator
The indicator shows the mode of connection with other
units. See “Configuring the connection mode” (page 27)
for details.
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Large Area mode
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Mesh mode
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Cascade Server mode
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Cascade Client mode
4 Microphone mode indicator
The indicator shows the current microphone mode. See
“Selecting the audio pickup area (microphone mode)”
(page 28) for details.
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Zone mode
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Spot mode
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Tracking mode
6 Room size indicator
The indicator shows the current room size setting. See
“Configuring the room size” (page 30) for details.
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Large setting
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Medium setting
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Small setting
7 External input/output indicator
The indicator shows the current external input/output
setting. See “Configuring the external input/output
setting” (page 30) for details.
• (No indication): External input/output is not set.
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External audio equipment can be connected to
this unit.
8 Operation guide
The names of the currently available operations and their
keys are displayed.
9 Present time display
The present date and time are displayed.
Note
0 Connection error indicator
The indicator is displayed when there is a problem with
the network connection. It is not displayed usually.
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The present time cannot be displayed in an environment in which
the SNTP server is not available. See “Setting Date and Time”
(page 37) for details.
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PREPARATION PROCEDURE
Preparation Procedure
The following preparation steps should be completed before using this unit.
Step 1: (page 9)
Connecting this unit to the network and turning
this unit on
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■ Notes on system connection
Please check the following before proceeding to
preparation.
LAN cable
Step 2: (page 10)
Registering the network settings of this unit
The setting method is variable depending on whether or
not the network uses the DHCP server.
Prepare a 10BASE-T or 100BASE-TX LAN cable.
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Step 3: (page 14)
Installing this unit in the conference room
Obtain or decide the following information prior to
installation of this unit.
• IP address and subnet mask settings of this unit
• IP addresses of the default gateway and DNS server
used by this unit
To configure the settings from a PC
This section describes the preparation method using the
keys on this unit, but the same settings are also available
by accessing the “Web Settings Page” from a PC. See
“Configuring settings using the web menu” (page 25) for
details.
Note
Some functions such as the address book setting cannot be set
using the keys on this unit alone.
To use this unit with a SIP server
The settings have to be performed by accessing the “Web
Settings Page” from a PC. See “Registering the SIP server
information” (page 35) for details.
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Information on the network accommodating
this unit
Notes on the network accommodating this
unit
• When using this unit in the Internet, it is basically
required to obtain a global IP address.
• When using this unit in a corporate LAN, it cannot be
connected to equipment outside the firewall. However,
as calls may become possible by changing the settings
of the router, please consult your network administrator
for details. This unit uses a port number of 5060 (UDP)
for SIP, and 57000 to 57010 (UDP) for RTP/RTCP.
• To prevent the audio from being interrupted, it is
recommended to use a network that can offer enough
transmission bandwidths. See “Specifications”
(page 53) for details.
• If “CODEC Line Adapt” (page 31) is set to “Enable”
and the allocation of transmission bandwidth descends
during a call, this unit selects the optimum encoding
method for the network situations automatically.
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Preparation Procedure
Step 1: Connecting this unit
Follow the procedure below to connect this unit to the network, and then connect the AC adapter.
1
PREPARATION
2
4
To AC wall outlet
3
■ Standby mode
1
Using a LAN cable, connect the LAN port of
this unit to the network.
Pressing and holding
(Disconnect) for 3 seconds sets
this unit to the standby mode. In the standby mode,
“STANDBY” is displayed on the screen of this unit.
2
Connect the AC adapter to the DC IN 12V
terminal.
To exit the standby mode and switch this
unit on again:
3
Connect the power cable to the AC adapter.
4
Connect the power cable to the AC outlet.
This unit is turned on and the microphone indicators
light up in sequence.
Press any key.
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Preparation Procedure
Step 2: Registering the network settings of this unit
Register the IP address and subnet mask of this unit, and the default gateway and DNS server used by it according to the
environment of the LAN in which this unit is accommodated. The operation is different depending on whether or not the
DHCP server is used.
If the IP address display is “???.???.???.???”
Note
The network information is not obtained correctly.
Set a unique IP address to this unit so that it does not overlap with
the IP address of any other equipment already existing in the
LAN.
Disconnected icon
■ Obtaining the IP address automatically
When this unit is used in a network containing a DHCP
server, no setting operation is required since the DHCP
server assigns all of the necessary network information
automatically.
To check if the correct network information
is obtained
Confirm that the IP address of this unit is displayed in the
initial display as shown below.
IP: 192.168.0.12
Menu
10
:Address
IP: ???.???.???.???
Menu
:Address
If the disconnected icon is displayed, this unit is not
connected properly to the network.
– Check if the LAN cable is connected properly.
– Check the condition of the network to which the
LAN cable is connected.
If the icon is not displayed, the network information is
not obtained from the DHCP server.
– There may be a network fault between this unit and
the DHCP server. Consult your system
administrator to solve the trouble with the network.
– If the problem cannot be solved, register the
network information manually (page 11).
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Preparation Procedure
■ Assigning the IP address manually
2
Follow the procedure below to register the network
information manually.
Press .
The menu screen appears.
Note
Menu
1. Settings
2. Call History
3. Online
Before setting the network information, check that this unit is
connected properly to the network. If the disconnected icon
(page 10) is displayed on the top right of the display, check the
LAN cable connection and the condition of the network to which
the LAN cable is connected.
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3
Numeric keys
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
MIC MUTE
/
VOL
/
4
1
Press
or to select “1. Settings”, and
then press
.
The “Settings” menu appears.
Settings
1. Network Settings
2. Sound Settings
3. General Settings
LAN
3
IN AUDIO OUT
2
DC IN 12V
1
PREPARATION
The factory settings of the network information are as follows.
– IP address: 192.168.100.200
– Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
– Default gateway: 0.0.0.0
Press
repeatedly until the initial display
appears.
“???.???.???.???” is displayed when the DHCP server
does not exist in the network, and the IP address
obtained from the DHCP server is displayed when it
exists.
Press or to select “1. Network Settings”,
and then press
.
The “Network Settings” menu appears.
Network Settings
1. IP Address
2. Subnet Mask
3. Default Gateway
IP: ???.???.???.???
Menu
:Address
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Preparation Procedure
5
Press or to select “5. DHCP”, and then
press
.
The “DHCP” menu appears.
8
DHCP
1. Enable
2. Disable
6
Press or to select “2. Disable”, and then
press
.
The “Network Settings” menu reappears.
Network Settings
1. IP Address
2. Subnet Mask
3. Default Gateway
9
Network Settings
1. IP Address
2. Subnet Mask
3. Default Gateway
7
Press or to select “1. IP Address”, and
then press
.
The “IP Address” menu appears.
IP Adress
192.168.100.200
^
(192.168.100.200)
[ ] [#]
12
Use the numeric keys to enter the IP address
of this unit, and then press
.
The entered IP address is registered and the “Network
Settings” menu reappears.
Press or to select “2. Subnet Mask”, and
then press
.
The “Subnet Mask” menu appears.
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.000
^
(255.255.255.000)
[ ] [#]
10
Use the numeric keys to enter the subnet
mask of this unit, and then press
.
The entered subnet mask is registered and the
“Network Settings” menu reappears.
Network Settings
1. IP Address
2. Subnet Mask
3. Default Gateway
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Preparation Procedure
11
Press or to select “3. Default Gateway”,
and then press
.
The “Default Gateway” menu appears.
Default Gateway
000.000.000.000
^
12
Use the numeric keys to enter the IP address
of the DNS server referenced by this unit,
and then press
.
The entered DNS server IP address is registered and
the “Network Settings” menu reappears.
Network Settings
1. IP Address
2. Subnet Mask
3. Default Gateway
PREPARATION
(000.000.000.000)
[ ] [#]
14
Use the numeric keys to enter the “Default
Gateway” of this unit, and then press
.
The entered “Default Gateway” is registered and the
“Network Settings” menu reappears.
Network Settings
1. IP Address
2. Subnet Mask
3. Default Gateway
13
Press or
to select “4. DNS Server”, and
then press
.
The “DNS Server” menu appears.
DNS Server
000.000.000.000
^
(000.000.000.000)
[ ] [#]
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Preparation Procedure
Step 3: Installing this unit in the conference room
After completing the settings, follow the procedure below to install this unit in the place of conference, such as a
conference room.
■ About installation environment
The speakers of this unit are attached in the downward orientation on the bottom panel. Place this unit horizontally on a
desktop without placing any object below this unit. In case you cannot place the unit stably because of the shape of the
desk or other reasons, attach the supplied pads (3 pieces) as illustrated.
Back panel of this unit
2 pads
1 pad
Display side
Attach 2 pads at the corner so that
the rubber cushions are covered.
Attach 1 pad at the center so
that the concave part is
covered.
Concave part
Rubber cushion
Pad
Pad
■ Take the positions of the talkers in consideration
To assure the clear conversation by making the most of the effect of arrayed microphones and speakers, place this unit so
that the talkers sit at the area highlighted on the following figure.
4
7
2
3
5
6
8
9
0
MIC MUTE
VOL
DC IN 12V
1
IN AUDIO OUT
LAN
Front of this unit
Side of
this unit
Side of
this unit
Front of this unit
Note
The microphones cannot pick up the audio clearly when the talker sits in one of the positions marked “
” in the figure above.
y
Depending on the using environment, you can configure the setting of the audio pickup area. Refer to “Selecting the audio pickup area
(microphone mode)” (page 28) for details.
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Making a Call
Making a Call
Calling another unit by specifying an IP address
Follow the procedure below to specify an IP address to call another unit. Both PJP units should be turned on and
connected to the network with a LAN cable.
/
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
7
0
MIC MUTE
VOL
BASIC CALL
OPERATIONS
DC IN 12V
1
IN AUDIO OUT
LAN
Numeric keys
MIC MUTE VOL +/–
1
Press
appears.
repeatedly until the initial display
IP: 192.168.0.10
Menu
2
:Address
3
Press
.
The calling display appears.
000.000.000.000
^
192.168.100.20
:Cancel
[ ]
[#]
Use the numeric keys to enter the IP address
of the destination unit.
000.000.000.000
^
[ ]
[#]
English
If you make an entry mistake, press
(*) or
(#) to move the cursor below the number you want to
correct, and use the numeric keys to enter the correct
figure.
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Making a Call
The following display appears if the call is connected
by pressing
on the destination unit and
conversation becomes available.
IP address of this unit
192.168.0.10
192.168.100.20
Menu
:Address
IP address of the destination unit
Notes
• Do not disconnect the LAN cable or power cable during a call.
Doing so may cause malfunction.
• If the call failed, check the following.
– The destination unit is turned on.
– This unit is connected to the network properly.
– Check the call history (page 32) to identify the cause of the
trouble.
– See “Q3: Call is impossible” (page 48).
4
To adjust the speaker volume, press VOL +/ –.
5
To disconnect the call when the conference
is complete, press
.
■ To mute the microphone
When you want to talk about a topic that you do not want
to be heard by the other unit(s) involved in the call, press
MIC MUTE. The microphones of this unit are turned off
while the MIC MUTE LED lights up. To cancel muting,
press MIC MUTE again so that the MIC MUTE LED
turns off.
y
The microphone indicators (blue LEDs) do not light up while the
microphones are muted.
16
■ To make a call involving multiple
locations
See “Talking with Multiple Locations” (page 21).
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Making a Call
Calling another unit using the
address book
Follow the procedure below to call another unit registered
in the address book.
y
You can edit and manage the address book with a PC. See
“Editing Address Book” (page 33) for details.
1
Press in the initial display.
The Address Book display appears.
Calling another unit in online
status
Follow the procedure below to call another unit which is
online in the same subnet.
Note
The “Online” menu does not show the PJP units that are turned
off.
1
Address Book
Headquarter
Branch A
Branch B
Press or
to select the destination unit,
and then press
.
The calling display appears.
Address Book
Headquater
^
Branch
A
Headquarter
Branch B
:Cancel
[ ]
[#]
Menu
1. Settings
2. Call History
3. Online
2
Press
or to select “3. Online”, and then
press
.
The “Online” menu appears.
BASIC CALL
OPERATIONS
2
Press
in the initial display.
The menu screen appears.
Online
192.168.0.20
The IP address of this unit and the registered name of
the destination unit appear if the call is connected by
pressing
on the destination unit and
conversation becomes available.
To adjust the speaker volume or disconnect the call,
follow steps 4 and 5 in “Calling another unit by
specifying an IP address” (page 16).
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Making a Call
3
Press or to select the destination unit,
and then press
.
The calling display appears.
Online
192.168.0.20
192.168.0.20
:Cancel
The IP addresses of this unit and destination unit
Calling another unit using the call
history
Follow the procedure below to call another unit by
referring to the history of past outgoing or incoming calls.
Note
If the destination PJP unit obtains the IP address from the DHCP
server, its IP address may be changed from the last call. If your
call cannot reach the destination unit, check the latest IP address
configured at the destination unit.
1
appear if the call is connected by pressing
on the
destination unit and conversation becomes available.
To adjust the speaker volume or disconnect the call,
follow steps 4 and 5 in “Calling another unit by
specifying an IP address” (page 16).
Press
in the initial display.
The menu screen appears.
Menu
1. Settings
2. Call History
3. Online
y
If a unit available for communication is already registered in the
address book, the name registered for the unit is displayed instead
of the IP address.
2
Press
or to select “2. Call History”, and
then press
.
The “Call History” menu appears.
Call History
Headquarter
Headquarter
Branch A
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Making a Call
3
Press or
to select the destination unit,
and then press
.
The calling display appears.
Call History
Headquater
Headquater
192.168.100.20
Branch A
:Cancel
The IP addresses of this unit and destination unit
appear if the call is connected by pressing
on the
destination unit and conversation becomes available.
To adjust the speaker volume or disconnect the call,
follow steps 4 and 5 in “Calling another unit by
specifying an IP address” (page 16).
BASIC CALL
OPERATIONS
y
If a unit available for communication is already registered in the
address book, the name registered for the unit is displayed instead
of the IP address.
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Answering a Call
Answering a Call
Follow the procedure below to answer a call from another unit.
1
■ To mute the microphone
While having an incoming call, press
.
When there is an incoming call, the back light of the
display lights up and the ringing tone is generated.
The display shows the IP address of the unit calling
this unit.
When you want to talk about a topic that you do not want
to be heard by the other unit(s) involved in the call, press
MIC MUTE. The microphones of this unit are turned off
while the MIC MUTE LED lights up. To cancel muting,
press MIC MUTE again so that the MIC MUTE LED
turns off.
y
IP: 192.168.0.10
192.168.100.10
The microphone indicators (blue LEDs) do not light up while the
microphones are muted.
■ To deny the call
While having an incoming call, press
Menu
:Address
y
If the call is made by the PJP unit which is already registered in
the address book, the name registered for the unit is displayed
instead of the IP address.
Note
Do not disconnect the LAN cable or power cable during a call.
Doing so may cause malfunction.
2
To adjust the speaker volume, press VOL +/–.
3
To disconnect the call when the conference
is complete, press
.
20
.
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Talking with Multiple Locations
Talking with Multiple Locations
This unit is designed to enable a conference call between up to 4 locations (with the mesh connection). It is also possible
to call a new location (branch office or department) during a call. To establish a call involving multiple locations, first
connect a call with one of the locations and then call other locations one after another.
■ To call another location during a call
Call another location during a call
Connecting
Branch A
Headquarter
Carry out one of the following procedure during a
call.
– Calling another unit by specifying an IP address
(page 15)
– Calling another unit using the address book
(page 17)
– Calling another unit in online status (page 17)
– Calling another unit using the call history (page 18)
The new location is added to the ongoing conference.
Make a call
Branch B
Carry out the procedure in “Answering a Call”
(page 20).
The new location is added to the ongoing conference.
Connecting
Branch A
Headquarter
Connecting
BASIC CALL
OPERATIONS
Connecting more than two locations
■ To answer a call during a call
Connecting
Branch B
Note
The mesh connection is available only when “G.711 Extension”
or “G.711 µ-law” is selected as the codec. See “Configuring the
codec” (page 31) and “Specifications” (page 53) for details about
the codec.
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Conference call between multiple locations is also possible by
assigning each of the PJP units to be involved in connection as
either server or client, and establishing a call between the servers
that are connected to the clients. See “Hierarchical Connection of
Multiple PJP Units (Cascade Connection)” (page 40) for details.
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Talking with Multiple Locations
Display and speaker output during
multiple connections
■ When “Speaker Mode” is other than
“Divide”
IP address of this unit
The information display and speaker output method are
variable depending on the settings in “Connection Mode”
(page 27) and “Speaker Mode” (page 29).
192.168.0.10
[1] 192.168.100.20
[2] 192.168.100.30
[3] 192.168.100.40
Menu :Address
■ When “Speaker Mode” is set to “Divide”
IP address of this unit
192.168.0.10
192.168.100.20
192.168.100.30
192.168.100.40
Menu :Address
IP address of other units
The audio from other locations is not divided according to
locations, but are mixed and output as monaural audio.
Simply the order of connections is displayed before the IP
addresses of other units.
y
IP address of other units
The audio from each location is output from a different
position.
,
and
displayed before the IP address of
each location indicate the positions of the speakers where
the audio from respective locations are output.
VOL
4
7
2
3
5
6
8
9
IN AUDIO OUT
1
0
0
MUTE
VOL
DC IN 12V
3
6
9
IN AUDIO OUT
2
5
8
MUTE
DC IN 12V
1
4
7
LAN
Positions in 3-location call
LAN
Positions in 4-location call
y
• Also you can change the speaker output positions according to
locations, when the connection mode (page 27) is set to “Mesh”
and the speaker mode is set to “Divide”. See “Changing the
speaker output positions according to locations” (page 23).
• Each time you press
, you can switch between IP address
and setting icon shown at the top of the display. (When using an
SIP server, the display switches between SIP address, setting
icon, and IP address.)
22
See page 36 for the display during a call through the SIP server,
and see page 41 for the display in cascade connection.
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Talking with Multiple Locations
Changing the speaker output
positions according to locations
Example: when you change the
speaker output position of the
location (top of the list) from the left
to the center.
When the connection mode (page 27) is set to “Mesh” and
the speaker mode (page 29) is set to “Divide”, you can
change the speaker output positions according to
locations.
1
Press during call.
The menu screen appears.
Menu
1. Settings
2. Call History
3. Online
5
Press
.
The speaker output position of the unit selected in
step 3 is changed to the position specified in step 4 so
that the positions of other units are also changed.
BASIC CALL
OPERATIONS
2
Change Location
192.168.100.20
192.168.100.30
192.168.100.40
Menu :Address
Press or to select “4. Change location”,
and then press
.
The “Change Location” menu appears.
Change Location
192.168.100.20
192.168.100.30
192.168.100.40
Menu :Address
3
Press or
to select the IP address of the
destination unit of which you want to change
the speaker output position.
4
Press
or
position.
to select the speaker output
,
and
displayed before the IP address
of each location indicate the positions of the speakers
where the audio from respective locations are output.
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CONFIGURING SETTINGS
Configuring Settings
You can configure the settings of this unit using the operation keys on this unit or the web browser (web menu) on the PC
connected to this unit.
Notes
• Some settings such as registering the names of this unit or the SIP server are available only with the web menu.
• See “Setting Menu List” (page 26) for details on the setting menu configuration and parameters of each menu item.
Configuring settings using the keys
on this unit
2
Follow the procedure below to configure settings using the
operation keys on this unit.
LAN
Settings
1. Network Settings
2. Sound Settings
3. General Settings
5
3
6
7
8
9
IN AUDIO OUT
2
4
0
MIC MUTE
VOL
DC IN 12V
1
3
1
Press
in the initial display.
IP: 192.168.0.12
Menu
:Address
The menu screen appears.
Menu
1. Settings
2. Call History
3. Online
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Press
or to select “1. Settings”, and
then press
.
The “Settings” menu appears.
Press
or to select the menu category,
and then press
.
The menu items in the selected category appear. The
following figure shows an example in which “1.
Network Settings” is selected. For details on the
setting menu configuration, see “Setting Menu List”
(page 26).
Network Settings
1. IP Address
2. Subnet Mask
3. Default Gateway
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Configuring Settings
4
Change the parameter.
The following figure shows an example in which “1.
IP Address” is selected. For details on parameters of
each menu item, see “Setting Menu List” (page 26).
IP Adress
192.168.100.200
^
To confirm the setting, press
The setting is saved in this unit.
.
To return to the previous menu without
saving the setting
Press
Follow the procedure below to configure settings using the
web menu through a PC. This method is useful when you
configure several menu items.
Note
(192.168.100.200)
[ ] [#]
5
Configuring settings using the web
menu
Microsoft Windows XP or Windows 2000 is required as the web
browser for viewing the web menu.
1
Check that this unit is turned on.
2
Launch the web browser on the PC, select
the “File” menu, and then “Open”.
3
Enter “http://(IP address of this unit)”, and
then click “OK”.
.
CONFIGURATIONS
The main window for the web menu appears.
If the main window for the web menu is not
displayed, see “Q2: Web menu setting is not
available” (page 47).
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SETTING MENU LIST
Setting Menu List
7
2
3
5
6
8
9
0
MIC MUTE
Managing address book
information
Configuring network settings
4
LAN
6
8
9
0
MIC MUTE
7
VOL
2
3
5
6
8
9
0
IN AUDIO OUT
3
5
MIC MUTE
VOL
DC IN 12V
1
2
4
7
IN AUDIO OUT
LAN
■ Registering the IP address of this unit
1
DC IN 12V
■ Managing the address book
VOL
DC IN 12V
1
4
IN AUDIO OUT
LAN
This section describes the setting menu items available with this unit. In the following description,
indicates that
the setting is possible using the keys on this unit and
indicates that it is possible using the web menu through a PC.
You can check the address book in the display of this unit
and call an address registered in the address book. In the
web menu, it is also possible to add or edit the information
registered in the address book (page 33).
Using the keys on this unit
In the initial display, press to select “Address Book”.
Using the web menu
In the web menu, select “View/Edit the Address Book”.
The IP address of this unit should be registered when the
DHCP server is not used. The default setting is
“192.168.100.200”.
Note
If you want to specify the IP address of this unit manually while
this unit is connected to a LAN that has the DHCP server running,
set “DHCP” to “Disable”.
Using the keys on this unit
In the initial display, select “Menu” → “Settings” →
“Network Settings” → “IP Address”.
Using the web menu
In the web menu, select “IP Address”.
7
2
3
5
6
8
9
0
MIC MUTE
VOL
DC IN 12V
1
4
IN AUDIO OUT
LAN
■ Registering the subnet mask of this unit
You can register the subnet mask of this unit. The default
setting is “255.255.255.0”.
Using the keys on this unit
In the initial display, select “Menu” → “Settings” →
“Network Settings” → “Subnet Mask”.
Using the web menu
In the web menu, select “Subnet Mask”.
4
7
2
3
5
6
8
9
0
MIC MUTE
VOL
DC IN 12V
1
IN AUDIO OUT
LAN
■ Registering the default gateway
referenced by this unit
You can register the default gateway to be referenced by
this unit. The default setting is “0.0.0.0”.
Using the keys on this unit
In the initial display, select “Menu” → “Settings” →
“Network Settings” → “Default Gateway”.
Using the web menu
In the web menu, select “Subnet Mask”.
7
2
3
5
6
8
9
0
MIC MUTE
VOL
DC IN 12V
1
4
IN AUDIO OUT
LAN
■ Registering the DNS server referenced
by this unit
You can register the DNS server to be referenced by this
unit. The default setting is “0.0.0.0”.
Using the keys on this unit
In the initial display, select “Menu” → “Settings” →
“Network Settings” → “DNS Server”.
Using the web menu
In the web menu, select “DNS Server”.
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Setting Menu List
7
Using the web menu
In the web menu, select “DHCP”.
3
6
8
9
0
MIC MUTE
VOL
DC IN 12V
2
5
IN AUDIO OUT
LAN
■ Configuring the connection mode
7
You can select the mode used in connections involving
multiple locations. The default setting is “Mesh”.
• Mesh: This unit establishes a separate session with
each of the locations involved in the conference call.
This mode is indicated by
on the display.
• Cascade Server: This unit functions as the server in
the cascade connection inside the location it is
installed. With respect to other locations, it functions
the same as the “Mesh” mode. This mode is indicated
on the display.
Note
The mesh connection is available only when “G.711 Extension”
or “G.711 µ-law” is selected as the codec. See “Configuring the
codec” (page 31) and “Specifications” (page 53) for details about
the codec.
y
For details on the cascade connection, see “Hierarchical
Connection of Multiple PJP Units (Cascade Connection)”
(page 40).
Using the keys on this unit
In the initial display, select “Menu” → “Settings” →
“Network Settings” → “Connection Mode”.
Using the web menu
In the web menu, select “Connection Mode”.
VOL
When this unit exists in a network that uses the NAT,
select “Enable” to connect this unit to a PJP unit on an
external network. The default setting is “Disable.”
Notes
• Even when “Enable” is selected, connection to a PJP unit on an
external network may be impossible depending on the network
settings.
• When the external network has a SIP server, you cannot specify
the SIP address to make a communication between the PJP units
in the same segment.
Using the keys on this unit
In the initial display, select “Menu” → “Settings” →
“Network Settings” → “NAT Traversal”.
Using the web menu
In the web menu, select “NAT Traversal”.
■ Configuring the SIP server setting
1
4
7
2
3
5
6
8
9
0
MIC MUTE
VOL
Select “Enable” to use the SIP server for the call. The
default setting is “Disable.” To use the SIP server, you
need to register the SIP server name and password using
the web menu. See page 35 for details.
Notes
• Even if you select “Enable”, the SIP server is not available for a
call unless the SIP server name and password are registered in
the web menu.
• To connect a call using a SIP server, it is required to register the
SIP address of this unit. See page 35 for details.
Using the keys on this unit
In the initial display, select “Menu” → “Settings” →
“Network Settings” → “SIP Server”.
CONFIGURATIONS
by
on the display.
• Cascade Client: This unit functions as a client in the
cascade connection inside the location it is installed.
This mode is indicated by
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0
Using the keys on this unit
In the initial display, select “Menu” → “Settings” →
“Network Settings” → “DHCP”.
1
3
6
8
MIC MUTE
Select “Enable” to assign the network information of this
unit using the DHCP server or “Disable” to assign the
network information manually. The default setting is
“Enable”.
4
2
5
IN AUDIO OUT
4
DC IN 12V
1
VOL
LAN
9
0
IN AUDIO OUT
3
6
8
MIC MUTE
DC IN 12V
2
5
IN AUDIO OUT
7
DC IN 12V
1
4
LAN
■ Configuring the NAT traversal setting
LAN
■ Configuring the DHCP server settings
Using the web menu
In the web menu, select “SIP Server”.
■ Registering the unit name
You can register the name of this unit by entering a desired
character string.
Using the web menu
In the web menu, select “Unit ID”.
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Setting Menu List
Configuring sound settings
■ Selecting the audio pickup area
(microphone mode)
You can select the audio pickup area of the microphone
during call. The default setting is “Zone”.
• Zone: Pick up the audio in large area not only tracking
the audio of the talker. It is suitable for the relatively
quiet environment. To specify audio pickup area, use
the numeric keys in “Microphone Mode” menu.
According to the pressed keys, the audio in the area of
the following figure is picked up or not.
2
y
You can select multiple areas at the same time. The selectable
area’s sets are [1+7], [2+8], [3+9], or all areas.
• Track: The microphone system automatically tracks
and focuses the audio of the talker not fixing the audio
pickup area (only the one talker’s audio can be picked
up at the same time). The audio can be picked up with
narrow directivity so that the noises other than the taker
can be lessened. It is suitable to pick up the audio
clearly in the environment where there are noises.
Today...
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Within 2 m
LAN
1
Microphone indicators (blue LED) of which direction
audio can be picked up from all light up. This mode
indicated by
on the display.
2
3
5
6
8
9
IN AUDIO OUT
7
0
MUTE
8
9
LAN
7
VOL
DC IN 12V
1
4
3
6
9
IN AUDIO OUT
2
5
8
0
MUTE
VOL
DC IN 12V
1
4
7
Within 2 m
Microphone indicators (blue LED) of which direction
audio can be picked up from all light up. This mode
indicated by
on the display.
Tracking the talker’s direction automatically
y
• Press
5
to pick up audio from all directions.
• You can select multiple areas at the same time. The selectable
area’s sets are [1+2+7+8], [2+3+8+9], or all areas.
2
3
Within 2 m
LAN
1
3
6
9
IN AUDIO OUT
2
5
8
0
MUTE
7
8
VOL
DC IN 12V
1
4
7
9
Within 2 m
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LAN
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3
5
6
8
9
IN AUDIO OUT
1
4
7
0
MUTE
V L
VO
DC IN 12V
• Spot: Fix the audio pickup area to the two positions
facing the unit with the narrow directivity of the
speaker. It is suitable for the cases that the taker is fixed
one or two persons, or there is equipment produces
noise such as the projector. To specify audio pickup
area, use the numeric keys in “Microphone Mode”
menu. According to the pressed keys, audio in the areas
of the following figure is picked up or not.
Within 2 m
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Setting Menu List
To specify the area to which this feature is available, use
the numeric keys in “Microphone Mode” menu.
According to the pressed keys, audio in the area of the
following figure is picked up or not.
2
3
This mode is indicated by
on the display.
Within 2 m
1
4
7
2
3
5
6
8
9
IN AUDIO OUT
LAN
1
• Small Area: The area from which the audio from other
units is limited as shown below (monaural output).
LAN
MUTE
7
8
VOL
IN AUDIO OUT
3
6
9
0
VOL
DC IN 12V
2
5
8
MUTE
DC IN 12V
0
1
4
7
9
Within 2 m
Microphone indicators (blue LED) of which direction
audio can be picked up from light up. This mode indicated
by
on the display.
• Medium Area: The area from which the audio from
other units is limited as shown below (monaural
output). This mode is indicated by
on the display.
y
to pick up audio from all directions.
LAN
1
4
7
2
3
5
6
8
9
IN AUDIO OUT
5
• You can select multiple areas at the same time.
• You can select areas to where the audio pickup feature is not
applied.
0
MUTE
VOL
DC IN 12V
• Press
Using the keys on this unit
In the initial display, select “Menu” → “Settings” →
“Sound Settings” → “Microphone Mode”.
• Large Area: The area from which the audio from other
units is limited as shown below (monaural output).
continuously in the initial display or calling display.
This mode is indicated by
on the display.
Using the web menu
3
5
6
8
9
0
VOL
on the display.
The position from which the audio from each location
is assigned automatically according to the number of
connected locations, that is, to the left/center/right
positions in a conference call with 3 locations, to the
left/center positions in a conference call with 2
locations and only to the center position in a call with a
single location.
• Monaural: Even during call with more than one
location, the audio from other units is not divided
according to their locations. This mode is indicated by
LAN
You can select the mode of audio output from the speakers
during call. The default setting is “Divide”.
• Divide: When this unit communicates with multiple
locations, the audio from other units is divided
according to their locations. This mode is indicated by
1
4
7
2
3
5
6
8
9
IN AUDIO OUT
2
MIC MUTE
0
MUTE
VOL
DC IN 12V
4
7
IN AUDIO OUT
1
DC IN 12V
■ Configuring the speaker mode
LAN
In the web menu, select “Microphone Mode”.
CONFIGURATIONS
y
You can display “Microphone Mode” menu by pressing
Notes
• When “Connection Mode” (page 27) is set to “Cascade Server”
or “Cascade Client”, the audio is always output in the monaural
speaker mode even when “Divide” is selected.
• When “Speaker Mode” is set to “Divide”, the speaker output
positions depend on an connected order. To change the speaker
output positions according to locations, see “Changing the
speaker output positions according to locations” (page 23).
on the display.
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Setting Menu List
Using the keys on this unit
In the initial display, select “Menu” → “Settings”
→“Sound Settings” → “Speaker Mode”.
Using the keys on this unit
In the initial display, select “Menu” → “Settings”
→“Sound Settings” → “External I/O”.
y
Using the web menu
In the web menu, select “External Input/Output”.
You can display “Speaker Mode” menu by pressing
continuously in the initial display or calling display.
Notes
• Room Size is the function for reducing echo on the other party
of communication. Room Size cannot reduce the echo that is
heard from the unit installed on the local location.
• Positions “Medium” and “Small” can improve the echo
processing capability but lowers the communication quality.
These positions should be selected only when echo is heard on
the other party.
LAN
PJP-100H (Slave unit)
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7
4
7
2
3
5
6
8
9
0
MIC MUTE
VOL
DC IN 12V
1
IN AUDIO OUT
LAN
■ Configuring the external input/output
setting
You need to configure this setting when you connect an
external audio equipment to this unit. The default setting
is “None”.
• None: Usually select this setting.
• Audio: Select this setting when connecting external
audio equipment to this unit.
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5
6
8
9
0
MUTE
AUDIO IN
AUDIO OUT
VOL
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO IN
1
4
7
2
3
5
6
8
9
0
MUTE
VOL
LAN
PJP-100H (Master unit)
1
Connect the master PJP-100H to the network.
2
Using a commercially available stereo minipin cable, connect the AUDIO IN jack of the
second PJP-100H (slave unit) to the AUDIO
OUT jack of the PJP-100H connected to the
network (master unit).
3
Using another commercially available stereo
mini pin cable, connect the AUDIO OUT jack
of the second PJP-100H (slave unit) to the
AUDIO IN jack of the first PJP-100H (master
unit).
4
Change the “External I/O” settings of both
the master and slave units as follows.
• Master PJP-100H: Set to “Connection:(mstr)”.
• Slave PJP-100H: Set to “Connection:(slv)”.
Using the keys on this unit
In the initial display or the display during communication,
select “Menu” → “Settings” → “Sound Settings” →
“Room Size”.
Using the web menu
In the web menu, select “Room Size”.
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IN AUDIO OUT
1
Internet,
corporate LAN,
etc.
DC IN 12V
VOL
You can configure this setting depending on the room size
and operating environment. However, you do not need to
change it from “Large” (default setting) normally.
• Large (default): Position for using the unit in an
ordinary conference room, open space or office. The
communication quality is most stable in this position.
This setting is indicated by
on the display.
• Medium: Select this position when echo is heard on
the other party of communication with the default
“Large” position. This position is selected when the
unit is used in a room with large reverberations. This
setting is indicated by
on the display.
• Small: Select this position when echo is still heard on
the other party of communication with the “Medium”
position. This setting is indicated by
on the display.
LAN
9
0
IN AUDIO OUT
3
6
8
MIC MUTE
Configuring the audio connection function
When the PJP-100H is connected with a PC through
Ethernet, another PJP-100H unit can be connected to the
existing PJP-100H using commercially available audio
cables (stereo mini-jack cables). This makes the system
applicable to conferences in a larger space or with a larger
number of participants.
DC IN 12V
2
5
IN AUDIO OUT
1
4
7
DC IN 12V
■ Configuring the room size
LAN
Using the web menu
In the web menu, select “Speaker Mode”.
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VOL
Configuring general settings
■ Adjusting the ring tone volume
1
4
7
2
3
5
6
8
9
0
MIC MUTE
VOL
You can adjust the ring tone volume by press VOL +/–.
Using the keys on this unit
In the initial display, select “Menu” → “Settings”
→“General Settings” → “Ring Volume”.
■ Configuring the backlight off setting
7
6
8
9
0
MIC MUTE
VOL
This unit selects the optimum codec for the current
network situations automatically when this parameter is
set to “Enable” (default setting). Select “Disable” to fix
the codec to the one you select using the “CODEC”
parameter.
Using the keys on this unit
In the initial display, select “Menu” → “Settings” →
“Sound Settings” → “CODEC Line Adapt”.
2
3
5
6
8
9
0
MIC MUTE
VOL
DC IN 12V
1
4
7
IN AUDIO OUT
LAN
■ Configuring the silence suppression
setting
You can suppress packet output when no sound is input at
the microphone of this unit.
Select “Disable” to deactivate this function. The default
setting is “Enable”.
Using the keys on this unit
In the initial display, select “Menu” → “Settings” →
“Sound Settings” → “Silence Suppress”.
Using the web menu
In the web menu, select “Silence Suppression”.
Using the keys on this unit
In the initial display, select “Menu” → “Settings”
→“General Settings” → “Auto Standby”.
Using the web menu
In the web menu, select “Auto Standby”.
■ Adjusting the LCD contrast
1
4
7
2
3
5
6
8
9
0
MIC MUTE
VOL
You can adjust the contrast of the display by press VOL +/–.
Using the keys on this unit
In the initial display, select “Menu” → “Settings”
→“General Settings” → “LCD Contrast”.
CONFIGURATIONS
Using the web menu
In the web menu, select “CODEC Line Adapt”.
VOL
Select the time until this unit turns off the backlight
automatically when it is not engaged in a call, from
“Disable” (not to switch to standby mode), “3 minutes”,
“5 minutes” ,“10 minutes” and “30 minutes”. The default
setting is “Disable”.
LAN
3
5
9
0
IN AUDIO OUT
2
4
7
DC IN 12V
1
IN AUDIO OUT
LAN
■ Configuring the codec line adaptation
3
6
8
DC IN 12V
Using the web menu
In the web menu, select “CODEC”.
2
5
MIC MUTE
DC IN 12V
1
4
Using the keys on this unit
In the initial display, select “Menu” → “Settings” →
“Sound Settings” → “CODEC”.
IN AUDIO OUT
LAN
You can select a codec from the following options.
• G.711 Extension
• G.711 µ-law
• G.726-40
• G.726-32
• G.726-24
See “Specifications” (page 53) for details about the
frequency response and the transmission bandwidth for
each codec.
LAN
9
0
IN AUDIO OUT
3
6
8
MIC MUTE
DC IN 12V
2
5
IN AUDIO OUT
1
4
7
DC IN 12V
■ Configuring the codec
LAN
Setting Menu List
■ Selecting the SNTP server for
synchronization
If you want to adjust the time automatically by
synchronizing this unit with a SNTP server, enter the
name or IP address of the desired SNTP server. See
“Setting Date and Time” (page 37) for details.
Using the web menu
In the web menu, select “SNTP Server”.
■ Selecting the SNTP synchronization
interval
If you want to adjust the time automatically by
synchronizing this unit with a SNTP server, specify the
synchronization interval in minutes. See “Setting Date and
Time” (page 37) for details.
Using the web menu
In the web menu, select “SNTP Synchronization Interval”.
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Setting Menu List
Storing the call history
■ Restoring the factory settings of this
unit
2
3
5
6
8
9
0
MIC MUTE
The call history of this unit can be downloaded as a TSV
file. See “Managing the Call History” (page 38) for
details.
Using the web menu
In the web menu, select “Download Call History”.
Setting the password
■ Setting password for the web menu
You can protect the web menu with a password so that its
settings would not be altered by a third party. The
password can be set by entering the current password and
the new password.
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When setting the password for the first time, leave the “Current
Password” field blank.
Using the web menu
In the web menu, select “Set Password”.
Note
Be sure not to forget the password. If you forgot the password,
you cannot access the web menu until you restore the factory
settings using the keys on this unit. Restoring the factory settings
clears all of the settings you made.
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VOL
DC IN 12V
1
4
7
IN AUDIO OUT
LAN
■ Downloading the call history of this unit
Restoring the factory settings
You can restore the factory settings of this unit. See
“Resetting the Unit” (page 50) for details.
Note
Restoring the factory settings clears all of the settings you made
as well as the address book and call history data.
Using the keys on this unit
In the initial display, select “Menu” → “Settings”
→“Restore Settings”.
Using the web menu
In the web menu, select “Restore Factory Settings”.
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Editing Address Book
You can register up to 16 PJP units in the address book of this unit. The address book can be used to select and call a unit
(page 17). To register new PJP units or edit the registered information, use the web menu.
Registering a new address
1
In the web menu, click “View/Edit Address
Book”.
The “Address Book” window appears.
5
Note
If the destination PJP unit obtains the IP address from the DHCP
server, its IP address may be changed from the last call. If your
call cannot reach the destination unit registered in the address
book, check the latest IP address configured at the destination
unit.
6
Click “Register Address”.
The “Register New Address” window appears.
3
Enter the name of the unit to be registered in
the “NAME” field using up to 31
alphanumeric characters.
4
Select the address designation method.
• SIP URI: Select this to call the unit by means of
the SIP server.
• IP: Select this to call the unit by designating its IP
address.
Click “Register”.
The new address is registered in the address book,
and the “Address Book” window reappears.
CONFIGURATIONS
2
Enter the address of the unit to be registered.
Enter the address of the type selected in step 4 (SIP
address or IP address).
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Editing Address Book
Editing an existing address
Deleting an address
1
In the web menu, click “View/Edit Address
Book”.
The “Address Book” window appears.
1
In the web menu, click “View/Edit Address
Book”.
The “Address Book” window appears.
2
From the address list, click “Edit” for the
address you want to edit.
The “Edit Address” window appears.
2
From the address list, click “Delete” for the
address you want to delete.
The selected address is deleted from the address
book, and the “Address Book” window reappears.
3
Edit the information of the selected address,
and then click “Register”.
The updated address is registered in the address book,
and the “Address Book” window reappears.
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Using the SIP Server
Registering the SIP server
information
When this unit is used in an environment with a SIP
server, the address of the SIP server to be referenced by
this unit and the SIP address of this unit should be
registered. If password authentication is required for
accessing the desired SIP server, it is also necessary to
enter the password. Consult your system administrator for
details.
Notes on SIP server operation
• To connect a call using the SIP server, the SIP address
of this unit should be registered in the SIP server.
• It is not possible to establish a connection between a
PJP unit that uses the SIP address and a PJP unit that
uses the IP address.
• If the SIP server is installed outside the LAN, it is
required to use the NAT transversal function (page 27)
of this unit.
Note
The settings described in this section are not required if this unit
is used in an environment without SIP server.
1
In the web menu, click “SIP Server”.
The “SIP Server” window appears.
Branch A
Branch B
Router
Router
Router
CONFIGURATIONS
2
SIP server
In the “SIP Server” field, click “Enable”.
Headquarter
3
4
5
In the “SIP Server Name” field, enter the
name or IP address of the SIP server.
If password authentication is required for
accessing the desired SIP server, enter the
authentication password for the SIP server in
the “SIP URI Password” field.
In the “SIP URI” field, enter the SIP address
to be set to this unit.
Enter the SIP address in the format
“sip:(sip address)”.
In this case, the following conditions are required.
• The router to which the PJP is connected supports the
UPnP function.
• A global IP address is assigned to the WAN on the
router side.
Note
When a SIP call is connected using the NAT transversal function,
it is not possible to install multiple PJP units in a single segment
and connect a call between them.
Example: sip:sipuser@yamaha.co.jp
6
Click “Submit”.
The setting is registered and the top window of the
web menu reappears.
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Using the SIP Server
■ Calling another unit by dialing the user
ID
You can call another unit by dialing the user ID if it
consists of only the numbers.
Example: SIP address of this unit is
200@server1.net, and another unit is
201@server1.net
Display in SIP server operation
Initial display
The SIP address of this unit is displayed in addition to the
information usually displayed (page 7).
Lights up
when using the SIP server
IP address of this unit
You can call another unit only by dialing “201”.
Notes
• You can call only the unit which belongs to the same domain as
this unit.
• If you want to call another unit which belongs to another
domain, register its SIP address in the address book beforehand
and call by using the address book.
IP: 192.168.0.10
tokyohq@sales.yama...
2006.05. 15 09: 48: 20
Menu :Address
SIP address of this unit
Display during call
The SIP addresses of this unit and other units are
displayed during the call.
SIP address of this unit
tokyohq@sales.ya...
osaka@sales.yamah...
nagoya@sales.yama...
tokyo@tech.yamaha...
Menu :Address
SIP address of the destination unit
Other displayed information and speaker modes are
identical to those in calls using the IP address (pages 15
and 22).
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Setting Date and Time
The SNTP server (time distribution server) enables to adjust the date and time information in this unit automatically at
constant intervals.
Notes
• The date and time of this unit cannot be adjusted without a SNTP server. In this case, note that the downloaded call history (page 38)
does not show correct date and time data.
• If the time data cannot be obtained from the SNTP server at the moment this unit is turned on or the designated SNTP server does not
exist at the moment, the time is not displayed on this unit.
• The synchronization with the SNTP server may not be available depending on the security settings of the LAN accommodating this
unit. To use an external SNTP server in this case, it is required to change the settings of the router, etc. Refer to the instruction manuals
for your router for details.
In the web menu, click “SNTP Server”.
The “SNTP Server” window appears.
2
In the “SNTP Server ID” field, enter the name
or IP address of the SNTP server to be used.
3
In the “SNTP Synchronization Interval” field,
select the desired interval for
synchronization with the SNTP server.
4
Click “Submit”.
The setting is registered and the top of the web menu
reappears.
CONFIGURATIONS
1
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MANAGING THE CALL HISTORY
Managing the Call History
This unit stores the call history of up to 15 events. You can save the call history as a tab-delimited text (TSV format) file
by downloading it to the PC.
Contents of call history file
1
In the web menu, click “Download Call
History”.
The “Download File” window appears.
2
Click “Save As”.
The “Save As” window appears.
3
Specify the file name and the location to save
it, and then click “Save”.
The call history is saved in the PC.
■ Viewing the call history file
You can view the call history file (TSV file) with
spreadsheet software such as Microsoft Excel for utilizing
the data in various ways.
The call history file is a text file delimiting information
with tabs. The file extension is “.xls” so that it can be
opened with Microsoft Excel without any change.
• Call type: The call type (Incoming/Outgoing/Incoming
but not answered/Multi-location) is shown. The call
originated or terminated automatically in the mesh
connection mode (page 27) is classified as a “Multilocation” call.
• Other party: When the name of the calling or called
unit is registered in the address book, its name is shown
here.
• IP/SIP address: The IP address or the SIP address of
the other party of call is shown.
• Time: The time at which the call was started is shown.
Note
The SNTP server setting is required to obtain correct date and
time information (page 37).
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Confirming the System Log Message of This Unit (syslog)
You can send information or the event which occurs in the system of this unit to another unit as the message (this is called
“Syslog”). “Syslog” contains information of such as start/shut down of this unit, login, the activity in normal states, the
states of an error. You can specify the level of the message if necessary.
1
In the web menu, click “Syslog Setting”.
The “Syslog” window appears.
2
Select the desired mode(s) which specifies
the kind of the sending message and click.
y
You can check marks of multiple modes to send all checked
messages.
3
In the “Syslog Network Output” field, click
“Enable”.
4
In the “Syslog Host Address” field, enter the
host IP address of the destination unit.
5
Click “Submit”.
The syslog message specified in step 2 is sent to the
host address specified in step 4.
CONFIGURATIONS
• Debug Mode: Send the debug log to confirm the
inner activity when an error occurs.
• Info Mode (default setting): Send the operation
log such as the event or states of the activity of this
unit.
• Notice Mode: Send the details of the operation log
when this unit is in the normal states.
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HIERARCHICAL CONNECTION OF MULTIPLE PJP UNITS (CASCADE CONNECTION)
Hierarchical Connection of Multiple PJP Units
(Cascade Connection)
What is cascade connection ?
The cascade connection classifies the PJP units to be
involved in a call into the servers and clients, connects
each client to a server and establishes the call by
interconnecting the servers. While the maximum number
of locations that can be connected in normal connection
mode (mesh mode) is 4, a larger number of locations can
be connected by means of the cascade connection.
■ The maximum number of locations by
the cascade connection
Up to 8 locations can be connected by means of the
cascade connection. To establish the connection of 8
locations, you need to connect the servers and clients as
shown in the following figure.
Cascade Client
Example: Connecting headquarter and branch A with a 2location call and additionally connecting two divisions in two
different locations to each of headquarter and branch A.
Cascade Client
Div.
Div.
Cascade Server
Cascade Client
Cascade Client
Branch
Div. (b)
Div. (a)
Cascade Server
Div.
Cascade Server
Branch
Cascade Client
Cascade Server
Branch A
Headquarter
Cascade Server
Div.
Headquarter
Cascade Client
Div. (c)
Cascade Client
Div. (d)
Cascade Client
Notes
• To use the cascade connection, all of the PJP units involved in
the call should be set to one of the cascade connection modes. A
unit set to the normal connection mode (mesh mode) cannot be
connected with a unit set to a cascade connection mode.
• During a cascade connection, the audio is always reproduced in
the monaural mode even when “Speaker Mode” (page 29) is set
to “Divide”.
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Div.
Cascade Client
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Hierarchical Connection of Multiple PJP Units (Cascade Connection)
Configuring the cascade settings
First configure the setting of cascade server unit, and then
configure the settings of the cascade client units.
Display in cascade connection
The IP addresses of this unit and other units connected to
this unit are displayed during call.
■ Step 1. Configure the setting of the
cascade server.
IP address of this unit
1
Press in the initial display.
The menu screen appears.
2
Press or
to select “1. Settings”, and
then press
.
The “Settings” menu appears.
3
4
5
Press or to select “1. Network Settings”,
and then press
.
The “Network Settings” menu appears.
Press or
to select “6. Connection
Mode”, and then press
.
The “Connection Mode” menu appears.
192.168.0.10
192.168.100.20
192.168.100.30
Menu
:Address
IP address of other units
The mark displayed before each IP address indicates the
cascade connection mode of each unit.
•
: The unit is set to “Cascade Server”.
•
: The unit is set to “Cascade Client”.
Return to the initial display and check that
displayed at the top of the display.
CONFIGURATIONS
Press or
to select “1. Cascade Server”,
and then press
.
The settings are saved.
is
■ Step 2. Configure the settings of the
cascade clients
Follow the procedure in “Step 1. Configure the setting of
the cascade server.” above and select “2. Cascade Client”
in step 5.
After completing the setting, return to the initial display
and check that
is displayed at the top of the display.
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UPDATING THE FIRMWARE
Updating the Firmware
You can download the firmware (program to control the functions of this unit) to use the latest features. There are two
ways to install the firmware: the one is that you connect to the internet using this unit and automatically install the latest
firmware to this unit. The other is that you download the firmware to your PC and install it to this unit manually
(page 44).
Software Licensing Agreement
To use the revision upgrading function, you should accept the following software licensing agreement.
1 Permission of use
The present Software Licensing Agreement is intended to
allow Yamaha Corporation (hereinafter referred to as
“Yamaha”) to permit you to use the firmware (hereinafter
“this program”) for Yamaha IP audio conference system
(hereinafter “this product”). You can download this
program after having accepted the terms and conditions of
the present Software Licensing Agreement.
The present Software Licensing Agreement is applicable
to the downloaded copy of this program as well as to its
duplicates produced in accordance with the present
Software Licensing Agreement.
2 Inhibition of redistribution
You are permitted to download this program only when
you are intended to upgrade the functions of this product.
It is inhibited to upload or post this program in a website
accessible by an unspecified number of the general public
unless there is a permission from Yamaha.
3 Production of duplicates
You may not produce duplicates of this program unless
when it is necessary for backing up purpose or for
upgrading of more than one of this product.
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4
Inhibition of decompiling, reverse
engineering or disassembling
You may not decompile, reverse-engineer, disassemble,
alter, permit the use of, distribute or create any derivative
works of this program
5 Limitation of liabilities
Under any situation including a negligence of its own,
Yamaha will not assume any liabilities on the damage to
the customers caused by the present Software Licensing
Agreement.
6 Export control
You shall comply with all applicable export laws and
regulations of any relevant countries including but not
limited to Japan and your country. You shall not, directly
or indirectly, export or re-export this program except in
compliance with such laws and regulations.
7 Compliance to laws and regulations
This Software Licensing Agreement should be compliant
to the laws and regulations of Japan and your country, and
should be interpreted in accordance with the laws of
Japan.
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Updating the Firmware
Updating the firmware automatically
3
Follow the procedure below to install the latest firmware
automatically.
or
to select
Settings
3. General Settings
4. Restore Settings
5. Firmware Update
Notes
• Automatic firmware update can be performed only if this unit
can be connected to the internet. If not, follow the procedure in
“Updating the firmware manually” (page 44).
• Once the firmware update is started, do not perform any other
operation until update is completed and this unit is restarted. If
the update operation is interrupted, this unit may become
unusable, in which case this unit needs to be returned to the
factory to repair.
• When the firmware update is completed, this unit is restarted
automatically. All of the calls being connected are disconnected
at this time.
• Do not unplug the LAN cable during the firmware update.
Otherwise, this unit could become unusable and may need to be
returned to the factory to repair.
Press
, and then press
“5. Firmware Update”.
4
Press
.
The “Firmware Update” menu appears.
Firmware Update
ver. DT1.12-V1.6x
1. Yes
2. No
y
LAN
You can specify any URL to download the firmware (page 44).
5
3
6
7
8
9
IN AUDIO OUT
2
4
VOL
5
Press
or to select “1. Yes”, and then
press
.
This unit is connected to the internet and downloads
the latest firmware. When downloading is completed,
the firmware update is automatically started.
The firmware update process takes a few
minutes to complete.
1
Press
in the initial display.
The menu display appears.
2
Press or
to select “1. Settings”, and
then press
.
The “Settings” menu appears.
MIC MUTE (red LED) on the top panel of this unit
flashes during the firmware update process. Do not turn
this unit off while MIC MUTE (red LED) flashes.
CONFIGURATIONS
0
MIC MUTE
DC IN 12V
1
■ When the firmware update is complete
This unit restarts automatically.
Check the version number in the “Program Version” field
on the top of the web menu to confirm that the new
firmware is installed properly.
Settings
1. Network Settings
2. Sound Settings
3. General Settings
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Updating the Firmware
■ Specifying the URL to connect for
downloading the firmware
It is convenient to control the firmware version used for
PJP in your office.
1
Click “Firmware Update” in the web menu.
The “Firmware Update” window appears.
Updating the firmware manually
When this unit can not be connected to the internet, you
need to download the latest firmware to your PC, and then
install it to this unit using TFTP.
■ Step 1: Confirming the current version
number
Check the “Program Version” field on the top of the web
menu.
2
3
Select “Other”, and then enter the URL to be
connected when the firmware update is
carried out.
Click “Submit”.
The URL to be connected when this unit carries out
the firmware update automatically is changed.
To use the latest firmware at all times
In step 2, select “Yamaha website”.
■ Step 2: Downloading the latest firmware
to your PC
Access the following PJP support page using your PC and
download the latest firmware from it.
PJP website:
http://www.yamaha.co.jp/english/product/projectphone/
■ Step 3: Installing the firmware to this
unit
Follow the procedure below to install the firmware to this
unit.
Notes
• Once the firmware update is started, do not perform any other
operation until update is completed and this unit is restarted. If
the update operation is interrupted, this unit may become
unusable, in which case this unit needs to be returned to the
factory to repair.
• When the firmware update is completed, this unit is restarted
automatically. All of the calls being connected are disconnected
at this time.
• Do not unplug the LAN cable during the firmware update.
Otherwise, this unit could become unusable and may need to be
returned to the factory to repair.
1
44
Show the initial display of this unit.
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Updating the Firmware
2
Start “Command Prompt” in the Windows PC
which can access the web menu of this unit.
When using Windows XP, select the “Start” menu →
“All Program” → “Accessories” → “Command
Prompt”.
3
Enter and run the following command.
tftp -i [IP address of this unit] put [file name of the
firmware]
Example:
tftp -i 192.168.0.6 put pjp_100h_113.bin
The confirmation of the firmware version is required.
4 Press
.
The confirmation whether the firmware update is
carried out is required.
CONFIGURATIONS
5
Press
.
When the installation is complete, the firmware
update process starts automatically.
The firmware update process takes a few
minutes to complete.
MIC MUTE (red LED) on the top panel of this unit
flashes during the firmware update process. Do not turn
this unit off while MIC MUTE (red LED) flashes.
To cancel the firmware update
In step 5, press
.
■ When the firmware update is complete
This unit restarts automatically.
Check the version number in the “Program Version” field
on the top of the web menu to confirm that the new
firmware is installed properly.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Troubleshooting
Refer to the following tables when this unit does not function properly. If the problem you are experiencing is not listed
or if the instruction does not help, contact the nearest authorized YAMAHA dealer or service center.
First, check if the microphone indicators light up. If the indicator is turned off, see “Q1: LED indicators do not light up”
below. Otherwise, consult one of the following description pages according to the problem.
– “Q2: Web menu setting is not available” (page 47)
– “Q3: Call is impossible” (page 48)
– “Q4: Other problems” (page 49)
Q1: LED indicators do not light up
Problem
The microphone indicators do not
light up.
Cause
Remedy
This unit is not turned on.
Check that the AC adapter and power cable
are connected properly.
The power cable is not connected to the AC
outlet.
Check that the power cable is connected to
the AC outlet properly.
The main or branch circuit breaker is shut
off.
If the circuit breaker is tripped to “OFF”, set
it to “ON”.
If the circuit breaker is “ON”, set it to “OFF”
then “ON” again.
There is a power failure.
Wait until the power supply is restored.
Power is not supplied to the AC outlet.
(Carry out the test by connecting another
electrical appliance to the AC outlet.)
If another appliance can neither be turned on,
have the power outlet or power wiring
serviced.
If another appliance can be turned on, have
this unit serviced.
The microphones are muted (the MIC MUTE
LED lights up).
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Press MIC MUTE so that the MIC MUTE
LED is turned off.
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Troubleshooting
Q2: Web menu setting is not available
Problem
The web menu cannot be opened.
Cause
Remedy
The network setting of the PC is
inappropriate (when other PCs and network
printers in the LAN are also unusable).
Set the LAN board and LAN card again and
reboot the PC.
An inappropriate LAN cable is used for the
connection between this unit and the
network.
Use an optimum LAN cable (straight or cross
cable).
This unit is malfunctioning.
Reset this unit to restore the factory settings
(page 32), and then perform desired settings.
An inappropriate URL is specified.
When using this unit for the first time or after
restoring the factory settings, access “http://
(IP address shown in the initial display of
this unit)”.
The web browser of the PC is set to use a
proxy server.
The web menu cannot be opened when the
proxy setting is inappropriate.
Reset the IP address of the PC.
Use a LAN cable of Category 5 or higher.
When using Internet Explorer 6 for
Windows, open the “Tool” menu, select
“Internet Options” → “Connection” tab →
“Set LAN”, and then uncheck “Use proxy
server”.
A network fault occurred or the
communication is blocked by a firewall.
Consult your network administrator to have
the network status checked.
The password for the web menu is
entered but it cannot be opened.
The password is incorrect (when a password
error is displayed).
The password is case-sensitive. Be sure to
enter alphanumeric characters correctly by
distinguishing the uppercase and lowercase
letters.
The settings are returned to the
previous settings.
You did not click “Submit” or “Register” to
confirm the settings.
After configuring the web menu settings, be
sure to click “Submit” or “Register” to
confirm the changed settings. If the window
is closed without confirmation, the settings
you made are not saved.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
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Troubleshooting
Q3: Call is impossible
Problem
A call cannot be originated.
Cause
Remedy
An inappropriate IP address is entered.
Check the IP address of the other unit and
enter the correct IP address.
The IP address of the other unit has been
changed.
Check the IP address of the other unit and
enter the correct IP address.
The communication is blocked by a firewall.
Call by designating the IP address cannot
cross a firewall. If you want to change the
calling method to the SIP call, consult your
system administrator.
A network fault occurred.
Wait until the fault is released.
Consult your system administrator.
A call cannot be received.
The connection mode settings of this unit and
the other unit are different.
A unit in the mesh connection mode cannot
communicate with a unit in a cascade
connection mode. Set the two units to the
same connection mode (page 27).
The IP/SIP settings of this unit and the other
unit are different.
A unit using the SIP address cannot
communicate with a unit using the IP
address. Enable or disable the SIP server
operation as required so that both units use
the same type of address (page 27).
The SIP address in the address book is
incorrect.
Register the correct SIP address (page 35).
The SIP server is not running.
Consult your system administrator.
The SIP address of the other unit is not
registered in the SIP server.
Consult your system administrator.
An incorrect IP address is entered on the
other unit.
Enter the correct IP address on the other unit.
The communication is blocked by a firewall.
Call by designating the IP address cannot
cross a firewall. If you want to change the
calling method to the SIP call, consult your
system administrator.
A network fault occurred.
Wait until the fault is released.
Consult your system administrator.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
A call cannot be received.
Cause
Remedy
The connection mode settings of this unit and
the other unit are different.
A unit in the mesh connection mode cannot
communicate with a unit in a cascade
connection mode. Set the two units to the
same connection mode (page 27).
The IP/SIP settings of this unit and the other
unit are different.
A unit using the SIP address cannot
communicate with a unit using the IP
address. Enable or disable the SIP server
operation as required so that both units use
the same type of address (page 27).
The SIP server is not running.
Consult your system administrator.
The audio from the other unit cannot
be heard.
The microphones are muted on the other
unit.
Cancel mute on the other unit.
The audio is interrupted.
The required bandwidth is not reserved.
Check that the bandwidth required for
communication is reserved (page 8).
A network fault occurred.
Wait until the fault is released.
Consult your system administrator.
The LAN cable is not connected properly.
Check that the LAN cable is connected
firmly.
Q4: Other problems
Problem
Cause
Remedy
The audio output is delayed.
The required bandwidth is not reserved.
Check that the bandwidth required for
communication is reserved (page 8).
The unit generates feedback noises.
The unit is located against a wall.
Locate the unit at a certain distance from a
wall.
An object is placed near this unit.
Avoid placing an object in front of the
microphones.
This unit is used in a room with high
reverberation.
Place objects with high sound absorbance in
the room by avoiding the positions in front of
the microphones.
The password is forgotten.
Reset this unit to restore the factory settings
(page 50).
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
Avoid talking at a loud voice to reduce
reverberations.
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RESETTING THE UNIT
Resetting the Unit
You can restore the factory settings of this unit.
3
Notes
Before restoring the factory settings, note the following.
• All of the settings that have the default settings are set to the
default settings.
• The data in the address book (page 33) and call history
(page 38) are cleared.
• Once the factory settings are restored, the previous settings
made by the user cannot be recalled.
Press
, and then press
or
“4. Restore Factory Settings”.
to select
Settings
2. Sound Settings
3. General Settings
4. Restore Settings
■ Resetting using the keys on this unit
Follow the procedure below to restore the factory settings
using the keys on this unit.
LAN
4
5
3
6
7
8
9
IN AUDIO OUT
2
4
0
MIC MUTE
VOL
1
Press in the initial display.
The menu screen appears.
2
Press or to select “1. Settings”, and
then press
.
The “Settings” menu appears.
Settings
1. Network Settings
2. Sound Settings
3. General Settings
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Restore Settings
1. Yes
2. No
DC IN 12V
1
Press
.
The “Restore Settings” menu appears.
5
Select “1. Yes”, and then press
.
The settings of this unit are reset to the factory
settings, and the “Settings” menu reappears.
To cancel resetting in the middle
In step 5, press
and then press
, or press
.
or
to select “2. No”
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Resetting the Unit
■ Resetting using the web menu
Follow the procedure below to restore the factory settings
using the web menu.
1
In the web menu, click “Restore Factory
Settings”.
The “Restore Factory Settings” window appears.
2
Click “Restore Factory Settings”.
The settings of this unit are reset to the factory
settings, and top of the web menu reappears.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
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OBTAINING THE SETTING INFORMATION FOR SUPPORT ON THIS UNIT
Obtaining the Setting Information for Support on this Unit
You can download the setting information and audio characteristic information and save them in your PC for the
reference in case of troubles.
Note
These files are used for support so that you can not check or edit the contents using the normal software.
Obtaining the setting information
You can download the setting information of this unit and
save it in your PC.
1
2
3
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Click “Download Setting Information” in the
web menu.
The “Download File” window appears.
Click “Save”.
The “Save File” window appears.
Specify the file name and the place to be
saved, and then click “Save”.
The setting information is saved in your PC.
Obtaining the audio characteristic
information
You can download the audio characteristic information
such as the echo cancel setting and save it in your PC.
1
Click “Download Audio Characteristic
Information” in the web menu.
The “Download File” window appears.
2
Click “Save”.
The “Save File” window appears.
3
Specify the file name and the place to be
saved, and then click “Save”.
The audio characteristic information is saved in your
PC.
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Specifications
General
Audio
• Dimensions (W x H x D) ..................... 750 mm x 100 mm x 65 mm
(29.5 in. x 3.9 in. x 2.6 in.)
• Weight (excl. AC adapter) ....................................................... 2.9 kg
(6.4 lbs)
• Power supply.........................................100 to 240 V AC (50/60 Hz)
• Power consumption......................................................Approx. 36 W
•
•
•
•
Operating environment
• Ambient temperature ..........................................................0 to 40°C
(32 to 104 °F)
• Ambient humidity............................. 20% to 85% (no condensation)
Radio interference standard
............................................................................ FCC Part 15 (US)
EN55022 (EU)
LAN interfaces
•
•
•
•
•
•
Ethernet.....................................................10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
Protocols ...................................................... IEEE802.3/IEEE802.3u
Communication mode................................... Auto negotiation, fixed
Connectors ................................................................................ RJ-45
MAC address ................................................... Indicated on the label
Polarity.....................................Straight/cross automatically detected
Arrayed microphones (directivity controlled)
Zone audio pickup function
Spot audio pickup function
Microphone auto tracking function
Signal processing
• 3CH adaptive echo canceller
• Microphone/speaker array control
• Microphone gain control
Communications
• Connected locations
..............................Max. 4 locations, in the mesh connection mode
..........................Max. 8 locations, in the cascade connection mode
• Audio codec/frequency response (also refer to the table below)
..... G.711 extension original system (fs = 16 kHz)/300 Hz - 7 kHz
......................................................G.711 (µ-law)/300 Hz - 3.4 kHz
............................................................. G.726-40/300 Hz - 3.4 kHz
............................................................. G.726-32/300 Hz - 3.4 kHz
............................................................. G.726-24/300 Hz - 3.4 kHz
• DHCP, UPnP and SIP compliance
• Time synchronization using a SNTP server
• Port number for SIP ........................................................5060 (UDP)
• Port number for RTP/RTCP.......................... 57000 to 57010 (UDP)
Audio input/output interfaces
Accessories
................................................ Stereo analog input/output (1 each)
• Connectors ........................................................................ Mini-jacks
Serial interface
•
•
•
•
•
..........................................................................................RS-232C
• Connectors ..........................................................................Mini DIN
*Specifications are subject to change without notice.
G.711 Extension
G.711 µ-law
G.726-32
G.726-24
Transmission bandwidth
(3-location call)
320 kbps for each of
uplink and downlink
180 kbps for each of
uplink and downlink
–
Transmission bandwidth
(4-location call)
480 kbps for each of
uplink and downlink
270 kbps for each of
uplink and downlink
–
–
–
–
–
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
G.726-40
Transmission bandwidth
(2-location call)
160 kbps for each of
uplink and downlink
90 kbps for each of
uplink and downlink
70 kbps for each of
uplink and downlink
60 kbps for each of
uplink and downlink
50 kbps for each of
uplink and downlink
AC adapter (PJP-PS01) x 1
Power cable x 1
LAN cable x 1
Owner’s manual (this manual) x 1
Warranty card x 1
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NOTES FOR TRANSFER/DISPOSAL OF THIS UNIT
Notes for Transfer/Disposal of This Unit
Restore the factory settings before transferring or disposing of this unit.
Note
When transferring this unit, be sure to transfer with the owner’s manual (this manual).
The settings stored in this unit include the personal information such as address book or call history data. If this unit is
transferred or disposed of without restoring the factory settings, information may be misused by a third party.
For instructions on how to restore the factory settings, see “Resetting the Unit” (page 50).
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This owner’s manual is based on the firmware version 1.2x. The
functions and specifications could be possibly added or changed by a
firmware update.
Visit the PJP website to obtain the latest firmware and manuals.
PJP website:
http://www.yamaha.co.jp/english/product/projectphone/
IP audio conference system
Ce mode d’emploi se réfère à la version 1.2x du micrologiciel. Des
fonctions et spécifications peuvent être ajoutées ou changées par une
mise à jour du micrologiciel.
Consultez le site PJP pour obtenir les tout derniers micrologiciel et
manuels.
Site PJP:
http://www.yamaha.co.jp/english/product/projectphone/
Dieses Benutzerhandbuch basiert auf der Firmware-Version 1.2x. Die
Funktionen und technischen Daten können möglicherweise durch eine
zukünftige Firmware-Aktualisierung erweitert oder geändert werden.
Besuchen Sie die PJP-Website zum Erhalten der neuesten Firmware
und Anleitungen.
PJP-Website:
http://www.yamaha.co.jp/english/product/projectphone/
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YAMAHA CORPORATION 10-1 Nakazawa-cho, Hamamatsu, Shizuoka 430-8650, Japan
All rights reserved.
As of September, 2006
Printed in Japan
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