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TOA N-8640SB User manual
INSTALLATION MANUAL
IP DOOR STATION BOARD
N-8640SB
Be sure to ground the operation panel.
CAUTION
Follow the instructions below.
Doing otherwise may cause unit failure.
• The operation panel should be metallic.
• Install a frame ground terminal and ground the operation
panel. For details, refer to p. 4, "5. CONNECTIONS".
Use the specified AC adapter in combination.
Failure to do so may cause a fire.
3. OPERATION PANEL DESIGN GUIDELINE
Note: The operation panel should be metallic, and grounded.
[Chassis and case mounting sleeve layout]
Speaker mounting position
A
B
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(http://www.toa-products.com/international/).
A
A
41
B
A
21
8
19
Case gasket … 1
Speaker bracket … 1
LAN coupler … 1
Power supply and external
input/output connection cable … 1
Machine screw M3 x 8
(with plain and spring washers) … 17
Tapping screw 3 x 8 … 1
B
B
Micro
p
φ4.5 hone dia
mete
A
r
A
21
20
40
33.5
Cord bush fixing bracket … 1
Cord bush … 2
A
10.5
Microphone
mounting position
LAN connection cable … 1
ea
Sp
Switch position range
49
Sub PC board … 1
Call switch connection
harness … 1
ter
me 7.5
a
i
d φ3
ker
39.5
Chassis (with speaker
and microphone) … 1
80
Main PC board ... 1
Sleeve … 3
B
B
2. COMPONENT PARTS
Case … 1
A
39.5
The N-8640SB is an IP door station assembly kit consisting
of Main and Sub PC boards, cables, and mounting hardware
(excluding the operation panel) of the N-8640DS IP door station.
You can make the IP door station suitable for applications using
this kit in combination with the operation panel section to be
prepared separately.
Use the N-8000 Setting Software* to perform settings. Set up the
same items as those for the N-8640DS since the N-8640SB is
handled as the N-8640DS on the software.
Settings and operations are the same as those of the N-8640DS.
For details, read the descriptions about the N-8640DS in the
N-8000 series instruction manual*.
40
1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
67
Unit: mm
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•
•
•
•
A: Case mounting sleeve position
B: Chassis mounting sleeve position
Sleeve height: 11 mm (from the panel’s rear surface)
Sleeves should be metallic.
Speaker opening size should be roughly 30% of the area of a
circle with the speaker’s diameter.
• Microphone opening size should be roughly 70% or more of the
area of a circle with the microphone’s diameter.
[Notes on the Call switch]
• Position the Call switch within the range shown above.
• The Call switch’s height should be 20 mm or less from the operation panel’s rear surface.
• The Call switch should be of momentary type.
• When the above conditions could not be satisfied, provide an
external call switch using the external control input cables.
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4. ASSEMBLING
Speaker bracket
Step 1. Place the Case gasket onto the operation panel, then
screw the chassis and speaker bracket to the operation
panel.
Step 2. Connect the connection cables and harness to the
Main PC board, then secure the Main PC board to the
chassis.
2-1. Connect the speaker and microphone connection
cables (fitted with a connector) from the chassis to the
Main PC board. Connect between the Call switch on
the operation panel and Main PC board using the Call
switch connection harness.
Note
If no Call switch is installed on the operation panel,
connect the external control input cables to the external
switch. (See Example 3 on p. 4, “Connections.”)
2-2. Secure the Main PC board to the chassis using the
sleeves.
Machine screw (with plain
and spring washers) M3 x 8
1
Chassis
Step 3. Connect the power supply and external input/output
connection cable to the Sub PC board.
Step 4. Join the connector on the Sub PC board and that on the
Main PC board together, then screw the Sub PC board
onto the sleeves.
Machine screw (with plain and
spring washers) M3 x 8
4
Chassis gasket
Sub PC board
Viewed from the component side
4
Power supply and
external input/output
connection cable
3
Sleeve
2-2
Main PC board
Call switch
connection harness
Cables from the chassis
Chassis
Power supply and
external input/output
connection cable
Viewed from the rear side
2-1
Cables from the chassis
Call switch
connection harness
To the switch on the operation panel
Machine screw (with plain
and spring washers)
M3 x 8
Note
Numerical values in parentheses
are for reference only.
6
Cord bush
7-1
Note
A slit is provided on each cord bush.
Install the cord bush with its slit
facing inward.
Power supply and external
input/output connection cable
5-2
Cord bush fixing bracket
Case
LAN connection cable
7-2
LAN connection
cable
5-1
Tapping screw 3 x 8
Power supply and external
input/output connection cable
LAN connector
(130)
Step 7. Secure the cables to the case.
7-1. Install the cord bush to each cable.
7-2. Screw the cord bush fixing bracket to the case while
pressing both cord bushes with it.
Unit: mm
79
69
53
(135)
Step 6. Screw the case to the sleeves fixed to the operation
panel.
[Dimensional diagram for the completed assembly]
134
Step 5. Run the connection cables through the case’s cable
entry holes, then make cable connections.
5-1. Run the LAN connection cable through the case’s
cable entry hole on your left, then connect it to the LAN
connector on the Main PC board.
5-2. Run the power supply and external input/output
connection cable connected to the Sub PC board in step
3 through the other cable entry hole from the inside of
the case, then pull it out.
5. Connections
N-8640SB
Be sure to ground the N-8640SB's frame ground terminal.
Also ground the electrical box if used.
Ext. connection cables
Control OUT 1
Control OUT 2
Control OUT 3
Control OUT 4
Control OUT COM
Frame
ground
Control IN COM
Color
Specifications
BRN
RED Open collector OUT
ORG Withstand voltage: 30 V DC
YEL Max. control current: 50 mA
PUR
BLU Relay contact OUT
Withstand voltage: 30 V DC
BLU Max. control current: 500 mA
GRY No-voltage closed contact IN
Open voltage: 5 V DC
WHT Short-circuit current: 10 mA or less
Speaker cable
Speaker cable
BLK Max. OUT 0.5 W
BLK 8Ω
Control OUT
LAN connection
cable
Control OUT
Ext. connection cables
(Shown at right.)
LAN coupler
Power cable
Control IN HOT
A straight through
cable of UTP
category 5 or more
To network
To AC mains
Note: Connecting the station to a PoE (Power over Ethernet)
switching hub compliant with IEEE802.3af eliminates
the need for an AC adapter.
HOT
COM
Reference
An indicator or other Example 1
external equipment
An electronic lock
or other external
equipment
Example 2
A switch, sensor,
or other external
equipment
Example 3
Ext. speakers
(8 Ω, 0.6 W or more)
[Example 1]
AC adapter*
* Use the AC adapter
AD-1210P/1215P (optional)
or the equivalent.
As for the usable adapter,
consult your TOA dealer.
Connected device
Max. 50 mA
Control OUT 1 (BRN)
Battery etc.
Max.30 V DC
Control OUT COM (PUR)
[Example 2] (When using a 24 V DC relay)
Diode
Control OUT (BLU)
Control OUT (BLU)
-
Relay
Ext. power supply
+
24 V DC
GND
[Example 3]
Control IN HOT (GRY)
6. SPECIFICATIONS
Power Source
Power Consumption
Speech Method
Audio Frequency Range
Hands-free
Control Input
Control Output
External Speaker Output
Network Section
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Dimensions
Weight
Optional Products
Control IN COM (WHT)
Power supply device that complies with IEEE802.3af standard or 12 V DC (supplied from the AC adapter)
Use of the AC adapter (12 V DC): 3.5 W (station only), Use of the PoE (48 V DC): 5 W
Hands-free conversation
300 Hz – 7 kHz
Speaker:
3.5 cm cone-type, maximum output 0.5 W, 8 Ω
Microphone: Omni-directional electret condenser microphone
1 channel, no-voltage make contact input, open circuit voltage: 5 V DC, short-circuit current: 10 mA or less,
unterminated ends
Open collector output, 4 channels, withstand voltage: 30 V DC, control current: Max. 50 mA (4 output 1 COMMON),
unterminated ends
Relay contact output, 1 channel, withstand voltage: 30 V DC, control current: Max. 500 mA, unterminated ends
Maximum output 0.5 W, 8 Ω, unterminated ends
Network I/F:
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX (Automatic-Negotiation)
Network Protocol:
TCP/IP, UDP, HTTP, RTP, ARP, ICMP, IGMP
Audio Packet Transmission System: Unicast, Multicast
Number of Paging Destinations:
0 Note: Reception only
LAN Connector:
RJ-45 connector (PoE compatible)
Voice Sampling Frequency:
16 kHz, 8 kHz (controllable on the software)
Quantifying Bit Number:
16-bit
Voice Encoding Method:
Sub-band ADPCM, Cryptosystem
Voice Packet Loss Recovery:
Silence insertion
Audio Delay Time:
80 ms, 320 ms (controllable on the software)
–10 to +50℃
Under 90 % RH (no condensation)
79 (w) x 134 (h) x 53 (d) mm (Complete assembly of parts)
350 g (Total weight)
AC adapter: AD-1210P or AD-1215P
Note: The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
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