CROUSE-HINDS SERIES FHF communication Ex Howl-Call Telephones Battery and network-independent telephone system for applications under rough conditions, even in potentially explosive or firedamp-endangered areas Overview If you want or need to use a telephone where this is normally not possible, you need a telephone system that works according to the dynamic principle. Without any external power supply or complex equipment. In blast furnace areas, in tunnel building or mining areas, offshore, on an oil rig or a deep-sea vessel – in any place that is not (yet) connected to any energy source, the dynamic telephony represents an ideal opportunity for connection. To the switchboard, to the base station, to the bridge or colleagues above ground or wherever. This surprisingly easy but efficient method is already being used in many industrial areas to order material or report malfunctions and, not least, in many cases of work accidents it has already been useful to quickly call for help. The howl call telephone is a battery-free and networkindependent telephone with highly efficient dynamic trans mitter and receiver capsules offering remote communication without power supply. The call signal is generated by turning the rotary knob containing an audio frequency dynamo. All telephones have a sturdy, impact-resistant and weather proof housing. For years they have proven to be a reliable choice for the mining and tunnel building sectors, at construction sites and for industrial applications. The range is about 10 km. Features • Telephony without power supply • Protection class IP 54 • Wide range of accessories • For rough environmental conditions Certification Protection type Approval Hand telephone 5069 Wall-mounted telephone 5220 Specifications I M1 Ex ia I Ma II 1G Ex ia IIC T6 Ga DMT 02 ATEX E 009 BVS 03 ATEX E 433 General arrangement drawing (all dimensions in mm) Hand telephone 5069 Housing Colour Polyamid Black Ingress protection IP 54 according to IEC 60529 Hand telephone 5069 Wall mounted telephone 5220 Output voltage Current Ringing frequency Operating position Dimensions ( H x W x d) Max. 10 V Max. 155 mA Approx. 1540 Hz Any Approx. 70 x 120 x 370 mm Max. 9,5 V Max. 95 mA Max. 3000 Hz vertical, cable glands facing downward Approx. 380 x 180 x 140 mm (with microtelephone) Weight Approx. 1 kg Approx. 2.5 kg Operating conditions Operation mode suitable for application in firedamp-endangered underground areas Continuous operation Temperature range -20 °C to +40 °C -25 °C to +70 °C Operation Storage Wall mounted telephone 5220 Dynamic receiver capsules for powerless telephony Simply connect the intrinsically safe handset to the socket and you‘re ready to go. Or, even easier, just prick into our flat-band cable, and the line is established. Our handsets and telephone systems are explosion-proof and equipped with a high-volume howl capsule, so that they even meet the require ments for the rough and noisy conditions in underground applications. Intrinsically safe telephony by FHF – for more independence and safety. To establish a dynamic telephone system, only two capsules are necessary. A supply with electric voltage is not required. The two capsules must be connected via a two-wire cable. Used as a microphone, the dynamic capsule generates a relatively high voltage from a low sound pressure. It is high enough to also generate a sufficient sound pressure for the other capsule used as receiver. The two capsules are interchangeable and can both be used as microphone or receiver. These are the main advantages: • simple design • quick Installation for frequently changing application sites • lightweight mobile devices • independent from network and battery • constantly ready for operation • reduced work load on existing branch exchanges • cost-effective Different versions: The right type for every purpose Type 5077 Prick pincer Type 5220 Intrinsically safe wall-mounted telephone with howl call generator Type 5069 Telephone with howl call generator Type 5564 Wall socket A manually operated electromagnetic call generator generates a wobble current with a frequency of approximately 2000 Hz, which is directly transmitted to the receiver capsule via a two-wire cable. The current has the effect that an acoustic wobble call is transmitted through the transmitter capsule‘s membrane. Application examples of howl call telephones 1. With movable telephone cable, plug connection, with handset 2. With movable telephone cable, with “prick pincer“ – the quick connection to any cable section 3. With fixed cable, for plugconnected handsets and/or permanently installed wall telephones Bestelldaten Ordering data Type Designation Model Connected to 5069 Ex hand telephone w/o snap-in plug - 5069 Ex hand telephone with snap-in plug coupling socket/wall socket FHF 113 270 01 5069 Ex hand telephone with prick pincer flat-band cable FHF 113 270 02 5220 Ex wall mounted telephone w/o amplifier fixed cabling or hose line FHF 113 271 01 Accessories 5555 Snap-in plug, highly impact-resistant plastic Article number FHF 113 262 01 FHF 119 027 02 5554 Coupling socket, highly impact-resistant plastic FHF 118 210 02 5564 Wall socket, plastic FHF 118 201 03 5077 Prick pincer, stainless steel sheet with 1 m cable FHF 113 243 01 AX Flat-band cable, 2-wire, tensile strength approx. 500 N (lengths on request) FHF 921 260 226 FHF Funke + Huster Fernsig GmbH Gewerbeallee 15-19 D-45478 Mülheim an der Ruhr Phone +49-208-82 68-0 Telefax +49-208-82 68-286 http://www.fhf.de E-mail: email@example.com © 2017 Eaton All rights reserved. Publication No. DSFH006EN/A August 2017 Eaton is a registered trademark. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners. All specifications, dimensions, weights and tolerances are nominal (typical) and Eaton reserve the right to vary all data without prior notice. No liability is accepted for any consequence of use.