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Becker DVCS6100 Digital Voice Communication System Manual
Remote
Electronic Unit
REU6100
Installation and Operation
Manual
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Article-No. 0589.829-071
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Preface
Dear Customer,
Thank you for purchasing a Becker Avionics product. We are pleased that you have chosen our
product and we are confident that it will meet your expectations.
For development and manufacturing of our product, the guidelines for highest quality and reliability
have been borne in mind, supplemented by selection of high-quality material, responsible production
and testing in accordance to the standards.
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Please do not hesitate to contact us at any time.
Remote Electronic Unit*
Remote Control Unit REU6100
(front- rear view)
* design depends on variant.
* Some figures in this manual are for basic understanding and can be different to the actual design.
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Only technical relevant modifications are described in this table.
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Table of Contents
1
General Description .................................................................................................................... 13
1.1 Introduction.................................................................................................................................. 14
1.2 Purpose of Equipment................................................................................................................. 15
1.3 Variants Overview ....................................................................................................................... 15
Software Status ................................................................................................................. 15
1.4 Associated Devices ..................................................................................................................... 15
Examples of System Block Diagram................................................................................. 16
1.5 Scope of Functionality ................................................................................................................. 18
Audio Channel In/Outputs ................................................................................................. 18
Intercom Function ............................................................................................................. 19
Signal Tones ..................................................................................................................... 19
Discrete In/Outputs ........................................................................................................... 19
Special Features ............................................................................................................... 20
Features for Special Mission Operation............................................................................ 21
Communication Interfaces ................................................................................................ 21
Memory Device EM6100................................................................................................... 21
1.6 Safety-Conscious Utilization ....................................................................................................... 22
1.7 Restriction for Use ....................................................................................................................... 22
1.8 Technical Data ............................................................................................................................ 23
Power Supply .................................................................................................................... 23
Monitoring ......................................................................................................................... 23
Fixed Inputs ...................................................................................................................... 23
Tone Generator................................................................................................................. 24
Speaker Amplifier.............................................................................................................. 24
Headphone Amplifier ........................................................................................................ 24
Mike Amplifier ................................................................................................................... 25
Transceiver Modulation..................................................................................................... 25
Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR .......................................................................................... 25
Control In/Outputs ............................................................................................................. 26
Intercom Operation ........................................................................................................... 27
Build In Test Equipment (BITE) ........................................................................................ 27
Back-up Operation ............................................................................................................ 28
Control Data Interface REU - ACU ................................................................................... 28
Control Data Interface REU - Glass Cockpit..................................................................... 28
Control Data Interface REU - REU ................................................................................... 28
Dimensions & Weight........................................................................................................ 28
Device Connectors............................................................................................................ 29
Software ............................................................................................................................ 29
Hardware .......................................................................................................................... 29
Continued Airworthiness ................................................................................................... 29
Environmental Conditions ................................................................................................. 30
Certifications ..................................................................................................................... 31
1.9 Order Code.................................................................................................................................. 32
Remote Electronic Unit - REU6100 .................................................................................. 32
Accessories ....................................................................................................................... 32
Documentation .................................................................................................................. 33
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Installation .................................................................................................................................... 35
2.1 Packaging, Transport, Storage ................................................................................................... 36
2.2 Device Assignment ..................................................................................................................... 37
Scope of Delivery .............................................................................................................. 37
State of Delivery................................................................................................................ 37
Additional Required Equipment ........................................................................................ 37
Type Plate ......................................................................................................................... 38
Software/Firmware Status - Functionality ......................................................................... 38
2.3 Serial Interface Description ......................................................................................................... 38
2.4 Installation Requirements............................................................................................................ 39
2.5 Dimensions.................................................................................................................................. 40
REU6100 .......................................................................................................................... 40
Mounting Tray MT519-1.................................................................................................... 41
REU6100 with Mounting MT519-1 and Connectors ......................................................... 42
2.6 Connector Pin Assignments ........................................................................................................ 43
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Connector P1 .................................................................................................................... 44
Connector P2 .................................................................................................................... 45
Connector P3 .................................................................................................................... 46
Connector P4 .................................................................................................................... 48
Connector P5 - not for variant -(3XX) ............................................................................... 49
Connector P5 - REU6100-X-(3XX) ................................................................................... 50
Connector J6 ..................................................................................................................... 50
Address Coding ................................................................................................................. 51
2.7 Aircraft Wiring .............................................................................................................................. 51
Electrical Bonding and Grounding..................................................................................... 51
REU6100-X-(3XX) - RS422 / RS232 / CAN Connections ................................................. 52
REU6100 - Power Supply Connections ............................................................................ 52
REU6100 - Headset Audio and PTT Connections ............................................................ 53
REU6100 - Transceiver Connections ............................................................................... 54
REU6100 - Receiver and CVR Connections .................................................................... 55
REU6100 - FIX Audio, Alert Tones and IC Ring Connections .......................................... 56
REU6100 - Speaker, Back-up Act., Control and other Connections ................................ 57
CANbus Connector ........................................................................................................... 58
Wiring - REU6100 & ACU610X ......................................................................................... 59
Wiring - REU6100 & ACU610X with Service Connector (Option) .................................... 61
Wiring - REU6100 & ACU6100 (Fixed-Wing Version) with Service Connector (Option) .. 63
Wiring - REU6100-X-(3XX) & ACU610X ........................................................................... 65
Wiring - REU6100-X-(3XX) & ACU610X & Glass Cockpit with Service Connector .......... 67
2.8 Configuration ............................................................................................................................... 69
Configuration Software (CSW6100) .................................................................................. 69
EM6100 ............................................................................................................................. 69
2.9 Communication Interfaces ........................................................................................................... 69
CANbus Protocol for REU6100 ......................................................................................... 69
RS232/RS422 Protocol for REU6100 ............................................................................... 69
2.10 REU6100 Functions .................................................................................................................... 70
Headset ............................................................................................................................. 70
PTT Key ............................................................................................................................ 70
Output Level TX-Devices .................................................................................................. 70
Input Level TX-Devices ..................................................................................................... 70
Input Level RX-Devices ..................................................................................................... 70
Sidetone ............................................................................................................................ 70
Forced Monitoring ............................................................................................................. 70
Audio Muting ..................................................................................................................... 70
FIX Input Channels (Warning Audio Tones) ..................................................................... 71
Speaker ............................................................................................................................. 71
Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) ......................................................................................... 71
Alert Tones ........................................................................................................................ 71
Signal Tones ..................................................................................................................... 72
Activation Signal Tones ..................................................................................................... 72
Activation - Selective Call .................................................................................................. 72
Winchman Operation ........................................................................................................ 72
Intercom Circuits ............................................................................................................... 73
IC-Indications - Cockpit Call, Cabin Call, 3rd-IC-Circuit ..................................................... 73
Muting Signal..................................................................................................................... 75
Marker Mute Function ....................................................................................................... 75
Back-up Mode and Slave Mode ........................................................................................ 75
2.11 Special Functions ........................................................................................................................ 76
Double Transmit and Multi Transmit (Simulcast) Mode .................................................... 76
Guard Radio PTT Function ............................................................................................... 76
Relay Mode ....................................................................................................................... 77
Operation "Headset without ACU610X" ............................................................................ 78
Operation "Headset connected to ACU" ........................................................................... 78
Operation "3rd-IC-circuit" .................................................................................................. 78
Alternative Use of Alert Tones Activation Inputs ............................................................... 79
Data Interchange in Multi-REU Applications (RS232/RS422) .......................................... 81
2.12 Service Connector ....................................................................................................................... 82
Service Connector inside the Aircraft ................................................................................ 82
Service Cable Kit ............................................................................................................... 82
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2.14
2.15
2.16
2.17
Block Diagram - DVCS6100 with Ground Crew.......................................................................... 83
Block Diagram - DVCS6100 with Intercom Amplifier .................................................................. 85
Block Diagram - DVCS6100 with Glass Cockpit Application ...................................................... 87
Block Diagram - DVCS6100 with Electronic Display Application................................................ 89
Block Diagrams - DVCS6100 with Multi-REU Application .......................................................... 91
Block Diagrams - DVCS6100 with Multi-REU Application ................................................ 91
Block Diagram - DVCS6100 with Multi-REU & Glass Cockpit Application ....................... 92
2.18 Warning and Failure Indications ................................................................................................. 92
2.19 Post Installation Check ................................................................................................................ 93
Mechanical Installation and Wiring Check ........................................................................ 93
Power Supply .................................................................................................................... 93
Power On Check ............................................................................................................... 93
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Operation ...................................................................................................................................... 95
3.1 General........................................................................................................................................ 95
3.2 Device Description ...................................................................................................................... 96
Device Assignment ........................................................................................................... 96
Packing, Transport, Storage ............................................................................................. 96
Scope of Delivery .............................................................................................................. 96
State of Delivery................................................................................................................ 96
Additional Required Equipment ........................................................................................ 96
Type Plate ......................................................................................................................... 96
3.3 Operation..................................................................................................................................... 97
Operating with Becker Avionics Controller ACU610X ...................................................... 97
Operating with Glass Cockpit ........................................................................................... 97
3.4 Start-Up ....................................................................................................................................... 97
3.5 Headset ....................................................................................................................................... 97
3.6 PTT Key ...................................................................................................................................... 97
PTT Stuck Detection ......................................................................................................... 97
3.7 Audio Muting ............................................................................................................................... 97
3.8 Speaker ....................................................................................................................................... 98
3.9 Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) ................................................................................................... 98
3.10 Alert Tones .................................................................................................................................. 98
3.11 Signal Tones ............................................................................................................................... 98
3.12 Activation Signal Tones ............................................................................................................... 98
3.13 Activation - Selective Call............................................................................................................ 98
3.14 Winchman Operation .................................................................................................................. 99
3.15 Intercom Circuits ......................................................................................................................... 99
3.16 IC-Indications - Cockpit Call, Cabin Call, 3rd-IC-Circuit............................................................. 100
IC-Ring Line connected to the Cabin (Standard Configuration) ..................................... 100
IC-Ring Line connected to the Cockpit ........................................................................... 100
3rd-IC-Circuit for Special Mission Operation .................................................................. 101
3.17 Muting Signal ............................................................................................................................ 101
3.18 Operation "Headset without ACU610X" .................................................................................... 101
3.19 Operation "Headset connected to ACU" ................................................................................... 101
3.20 Operation "3rd-IC-Circuit" ......................................................................................................... 102
3.21 Marker Mute Function ............................................................................................................... 102
3.22 Back-up Mode and Slave Mode ................................................................................................ 102
3.23 Double Transmit and Multi Transmit (Simulcast) Mode ............................................................ 102
3.24 Guard Radio PTT Function ....................................................................................................... 102
3.25 Relay Mode ............................................................................................................................... 103
3.26 Contact Data ............................................................................................................................. 104
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Index ........................................................................................................................................... 106
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List of Figures
Some figures in this manual are for basic understanding and can be different to the actual design.
Figure 1: REU6100 with CANbus Interface (Glass Cockpit possible) .................................................................... 16
Figure 2: REU6100-X-(3XX) with CANbus and RS232 / RS422 Interface ............................................................. 16
Figure 3: Multi-REU6100-X-(3XX) with CANbus and RS232 / RS422 Interface..................................................... 17
Figure 4: External Memory Module - EM6100 ........................................................................................................ 21
Figure 5: Type Plate (Example).............................................................................................................................. 38
Figure 6: Dimensions REU6100 ............................................................................................................................. 40
Figure 7: Dimensions Mounting Tray MT519-1 ...................................................................................................... 41
Figure 8: Dimensions REU6100 with Mounting MT519-1 and Connectors ............................................................ 42
Figure 9: REU6100: Connector Pin Assignment - Overview .................................................................................. 43
Figure 10: Wiring REU6100-X-(3XX) - RS422 / RS232 / CAN ................................................................................ 52
Figure 11: Wiring - Power Supply ........................................................................................................................... 52
Figure 12: Wiring - Headset Audio and PTT........................................................................................................... 53
Figure 13: Wiring - Transceiver .............................................................................................................................. 54
Figure 14: Wiring - Receiver and CVR ................................................................................................................... 55
Figure 15: Wiring - FIX Audio, Alert Tones and IC Ring ......................................................................................... 56
Figure 16: Wiring - Speaker, Back-up Act., Control and other................................................................................ 57
Figure 17: Wiring - REU6100 & ACU610X ............................................................................................................. 59
Figure 18: Wiring - REU6100 & ACU610X with Service Connector (Option) ......................................................... 61
Figure 19: Wiring - REU6100 & ACU6100 (Fixed-Wing Version) with Service Connector (Option) ....................... 63
Figure 20: Wiring - REU6100-X-(3XX) & ACU610X ............................................................................................... 65
Figure 21: Wiring - REU6100-X-(3XX) & ACU610X & Glass Cockpit with Service Connector ............................... 67
Figure 22: Example - Intercom Configuration ......................................................................................................... 73
Figure 23: Intercom Circuits - Standard Configuration ............................................................................................ 74
Figure 24: Intercom Circuits - IC-Ring Line connected to the Cockpit .................................................................... 74
Figure 25: Intercom Circuits - 3rd-IC-Circuit for Special Mission Operation ............................................................. 75
Figure 26: Relay Mode ........................................................................................................................................... 77
Figure 27: Table - Alert Tone Inputs ....................................................................................................................... 79
Figure 28: Discrete In-/Outputs ............................................................................................................................ 80
Figure 29: Service Connector inside the Aircraft .................................................................................................... 82
Figure 30: Service Connector with Service Cable Kit SCK6100-1 ......................................................................... 82
Figure 31: Block Diagram - DVCS6100 with Ground Crew .................................................................................... 83
Figure 32: Block Diagram - DVCS6100 with Intercom Amplifier............................................................................. 85
Figure 33: Block Diagram - DVCS6100 with Glass Cockpit Application ................................................................. 87
Figure 34: Block Diagram - DVCS6100 with Electronic Display Application........................................................... 89
Figure 35: Table - Cable Types for Multi-REU Application ..................................................................................... 91
Figure 36: Block Diagram - DVCS6100 with Multi-REU Application....................................................................... 91
Figure 37: Block Diagram - DVCS6100 with Multi-REU & Glass Cockpit Application ............................................ 92
Figure 38: Example - Intercom Configuration ......................................................................................................... 99
Figure 39: Intercom Circuits - Standard Configuration .......................................................................................... 100
Figure 40: Intercom Circuits - IC-Ring Line connected to the Cockpit .................................................................. 100
Figure 41: Intercom Circuits - 3rd-IC-Circuit for Special Mission Operation ........................................................... 101
Figure 42: Relay Mode ......................................................................................................................................... 103
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List of Abbreviations
List of Abbreviations
ACU
Audio Control Unit
ATR
Air Transport Rack
CBIT
Continuous Build-In Test
CSW
Configuration Software
CVR
Cockpit Voice Recorder
EASA
European Aviation Safety Agency
FAA
Federal Aviation Administration
HS
Headset
IBIT
Initiated Build-In Test
IC
Intercom
PAX
Passenger
PBIT
Power-on Build-In Test
PTT
Push-To-Talk
REU
Remote Electronic Unit
SPKR
Speaker
TF
TufLok®, self-locking screws and threads
VOX
Voice Operated Switch
Units
Units
A
Ampere
mA
Milliampere
°C
Degree Celsius
dBm
Power Ratio In Decibel referenced to 1 mW
dB
Decibel
g
Gram
kg
Kilogram
kHz
Kilohertz
MHz
Megahertz
mm
Millimeter
Ohm (Ω)
Resistance
s
Second
V
Volt
mV
Millivolt
W
Watt
mW
Milliwatt
"
Inch
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General Safety Definitions
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or
serious injury.
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor or
moderate injury.
Is used to address practices not related to physical injury.
Safety instructions (or equivalent) signs indicate specific safety-related
instructions or procedures.
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Disposal
The packaging material is inflammable, if it is disposed of improperly by
burning, toxic fumes may develop.
This product contains materials that fall under the special disposal regulation. We recommend the
disposal of such materials in accordance with the current environmental laws.
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Dispose circuit boards by a technical waste dump which is approved to take on e.g.
electrolytic aluminium capacitors. Do under no circumstances dump the circuit boards with
normal waste dump.
Warranty Conditions
The device(s) may be installed on an aircraft only by an approved aeronautical
company (e.g. Part 145) which shall also examine the installation.
Any change made by the user excludes any liability on our part (excluding the work described in this
manual).
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The device must not be opened.
Do not make any modifications to the device, except for those described in the manual.
Make connections to the inputs, outputs and interfaces only in the manner described in
the manual.
Install the devices according to the instructions.
We cannot give any guarantee for other methods.
Conditions of Utilization
General introductory notes
With this device you bought a product which was manufactured and tested before delivery with the
utmost care.
Please take your time to read the notes which you ought to follow closely during installation and
operation.
Otherwise, all claims under the warranty will become void and a decreased service life or even
damages must be expected.
The user is responsible for protective covers and/or additional safety measures
in order to prevent damages to persons and electric accidents.
Additional Conditions of Utilization
Please refer to "Safety-Conscious Utilization", page 22.
Non-Warranty Clause
We checked the contents of this publication for compliance with the associated hard and software. We
can, however, not exclude discrepancies and do therefore not accept any liability for the exact
compliance. The information in this publication is regularly checked, necessary corrections will be part
of the subsequent publications.
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1
General Description
In this chapter you can read about:
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
Introduction.................................................................................................................................. 14
Purpose of Equipment................................................................................................................. 15
Variants Overview ....................................................................................................................... 15
Software Status ................................................................................................................. 15
Associated Devices ..................................................................................................................... 15
Examples of System Block Diagram................................................................................. 16
Scope of Functionality ................................................................................................................. 18
Audio Channel In/Outputs ................................................................................................. 18
Intercom Function ............................................................................................................. 19
Signal Tones ..................................................................................................................... 19
Discrete In/Outputs ........................................................................................................... 19
Special Features ............................................................................................................... 20
Features for Special Mission Operation............................................................................ 21
Communication Interfaces ................................................................................................ 21
Memory Device EM6100................................................................................................... 21
Safety-Conscious Utilization ....................................................................................................... 22
Restriction for Use ....................................................................................................................... 22
Technical Data ............................................................................................................................ 23
Power Supply .................................................................................................................... 23
Monitoring ......................................................................................................................... 23
Fixed Inputs ...................................................................................................................... 23
Tone Generator................................................................................................................. 24
Speaker Amplifier.............................................................................................................. 24
Headphone Amplifier ........................................................................................................ 24
Mike Amplifier ................................................................................................................... 25
Transceiver Modulation..................................................................................................... 25
Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) ......................................................................................... 25
Control In/Outputs ............................................................................................................. 26
Intercom Operation ........................................................................................................... 27
Build In Test Equipment (BITE) ........................................................................................ 27
Back-up Operation ............................................................................................................ 28
Control Data Interface REU - ACU ................................................................................... 28
Control Data Interface REU - Glass Cockpit..................................................................... 28
Control Data Interface REU - REU ................................................................................... 28
Dimensions & Weight........................................................................................................ 28
Device Connectors............................................................................................................ 29
Software ............................................................................................................................ 29
Hardware .......................................................................................................................... 29
Continued Airworthiness ................................................................................................... 29
Environmental Conditions ................................................................................................. 30
Certifications ..................................................................................................................... 31
Order Code.................................................................................................................................. 32
Remote Electronic Unit - REU6100 .................................................................................. 32
Accessories ....................................................................................................................... 32
Documentation .................................................................................................................. 33
This manual describes the Becker Remote Electronic Unit REU6100. The type plate on your device
shows the part number for identification purposes (see "Type Plate", page 38).
Before starting operation of the device(s) please read this manual carefully, with particular attention to
the description referring to your device(s).
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1.1
Introduction
The technical information in this document applies to the product REU6100 and variants of it.
The Remote Electronic Unit REU6100 is part of the Digital Voice Communication System DVCS6100
and is for installation in aircraft.
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We use also the term REU6100 for descriptions instead writing the complete model
number.
If a description refers to only one of the product variants it is specified accordingly.
The manuals "Maintenance and Repair" (M&R) and "Installation and Operation (I&O) contain the
sections:
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X
Installation
X
X
Operation
X
X
Theory of Operation
X
N/A
Maintenance and Repair
X
N/A
Illustrated Parts List
X
N/A
Modification and Changes
X
N/A
Circuit Diagrams
X
N/A
Certifications
X
N/A
Attachments
X
N/A
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1.2
Purpose of Equipment
The Remote Electronic Unit REU6100 is part of the Digital Voice Communication System DVCS6100
and it is for installation in aircraft. Together with audio control devices (ACU6100, ACU6101 or Glass
cockpit) the Remote Electronic Unit REU6100 is the intercom system of the aircraft.
For variant REU6100-3-(XXX):
o A maximum of six audio control devices (6x ACU610X) can be connected to the
Remote Electronic Unit.
For variant REU6100-2-(XXX):
o A maximum of four audio control devices (4x ACU610X) can be connected to the
Remote Electronic Unit.
For variant REU6100-3-(3XX):
o A maximum of six audio control devices (2x Glass cockpit and 4x ACU610X) can
be connected to the Remote Electronic Unit.
o This variant is also applicable for Multi-REU installations.
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1.3
Variants Overview
Within the part number, the meaning of "-X-(XXX) " is:
REU 6100 - X - (X X X)
0= Standard Configuration Data
1= Customized Configuration Data
Identifier
Model Number
1= Standard
*
2= Extended Short Time Temp.85 °C
2= 4 Headset Connections
3= 6 Headset Connections
0= Standard (no EM6100 is used)
1= EM6100 is used
3= with RS422 Interface + EM6100
* max. number of operators per REU6100.
Software Status
Descriptions see "Software/Firmware Status - Functionality", page 38.
1.4
Associated Devices
These devices can operate together with REU6100:
Device
Function
ACU6100
Becker Avionics Audio Control Unit
ACU6101
Becker Avionics Audio Control Unit
Glass cockpit
Audio Control Device via Serial Interface
This manual describes the REU6100 with ACU610X from Becker Avionics. For other devices please
refer to the related manuals.
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Examples of System Block Diagram
Figure 1: REU6100 with CANbus Interface (Glass Cockpit possible)
Figure 2: REU6100-X-(3XX) with CANbus and RS232 / RS422 Interface
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Audio Control Units
ACU6100
CANbus
ACU6100
ACU6100
ACU6100
ACU6100
ACU6100
ACU6100
ACU6100
RS232 / RS422
CANbus
REU6100-X-(3XX)
Audio Control Units
ACU6100
CANbus
ACU6100
ACU6100
ACU6100
CANbus
REU6100-X-(3XX)
Figure 3: Multi-REU6100-X-(3XX) with CANbus and RS232 / RS422 Interface
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You can also use ACU6101 as control devices.
A REU6100-X-(3XX) is not interchangeable with other REU6100 variants.
The variant REU6100-X-(3XX) has a different pin assignment on
connector P5 (see table 2.6.5 and 2.6.6).
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1.5 Scope of Functionality
The REU6100 is for installation in the avionics compartment of an aircraft.
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It is a device in a standard ATR ¼ short case.
The device connectors are on the front and back side of the REU6100.
o The connectors are coded to prevent misconnection.
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The REU6100 receives the commands from the audio control devices and accordingly
influences and processes all incoming and outgoing audio signals.
The REU6100 supplies the logical functions necessary to operate the transceivers and for
aircraft intercommunication.
The REU6100 supplies up to 10 different tone signals.
o The tone signals can be managed through discrete control lines.
The audio processing circuits are in a modular design.
o Each external control device (e.g. ACU610X) is connected to an individual
processing module inside the REU6100.
o From electrical and mechanical points of view the modules are identical for easy
upgrade and interchange work.
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Audio Channel In/Outputs
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The device has 22 balanced audio inputs, as follows:
o 8 transceivers or 7 transceivers and PA amplifier.
o 8 receivers.
o 6 fixed inputs.
The input sensitivity for each transceiver and receiver is in the range of 2.5…20 V. The
input sensitivity is programmable with the configuration software.
The input sensitivity for the fixed input 1…3 is in the range of 5…40 V. The input
sensitivity is programmable with the configuration software.
The input sensitivity for the fixed input 4…6 is in the range of 2.5…20 V and under mainvolume control. The input sensitivity is programmable with the configuration software.
Control of monitoring volume of the TX and RX channels connected in the range of
0...-48 dB.
Main volume control by 0…-48 dB for headphone and, if enabled, for speaker amplifier.
Supply of mike audio to 100…250 mV into 150 Ω (standard carbon mike) or 0.5…4 mV
into 20 Ω (dynamic mike):
o Automatic Gain Control (AGC).
o Providing the standard mike supply.
Supply of a balanced audio output of 0.07…1.5 V into 150 Ω and distribution to 8 TX
modulation lines (configurable).
Distribution of the PTT to 8 key lines. Keying logic to ensure transmission priority over
IC operation and to mute speaker outputs as well as non-desired RX and fixed inputs
during transmission.
Supply of forced monitoring for all TX-channels with mike line selection.
PTT priority for each operator (configurable high / low).
PTT stuck detection.
Generation of an artificial sidetone from the mike signal for radio transceivers which do not
feature a built-in sidetone during transmission (e.g. FM radios).
o Natural sidetone.
o Duplex sidetone.
o The sidetone can be individually programmed for every of the 8 transceivers by
configuration software from system integrator.
Muting of receiver audio during transmission.
Phone amplification of summed audio signal to 250 mW into 300 Ω or 500 mW into 8 Ω.
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Supply of mike audio for intercom operation:
o Interconnection and separation of 3 IC circuits.
o Intercommunication VOX control.
o HOT MIKE activation.
o Addition of an incoming IC audio signal to the summed-up monitor audio;
adjustment of the IC audio via the ACU panel control by 0…-48 dB.
o Enhancing to IC-ring line level 0.775 V into 600 Ω.
o Extension of intercommunication by the IC-ring line audio in/out for external
devices like EB3100 (Ground Crew) or IC3100 (Intercom Amplifier).
o IC-ring line can be connected to the cockpit or cabin intercom circuit.
Signal Tones
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The REU6100 supplies up to 10 different tone signals in the frequency spectrum of
800…4800 Hz.
o 1x signal "Intercom request" (1600 Hz / 1200 Hz intermitted).
o 1x signal "E-call" (2400 Hz / 800 Hz / 1200 Hz intermitted).
o 8x alert signals (1x continuous, 3x pulsed, 4x intermittent) in the frequency
spectrum of 1200…4800 Hz.
The signal tones are connected through 8 discrete control lines (active LO ≤ 1 V).
It is possible to give different states to the signal tones:
o Muted during transmission.
o Set at the priority level (high, low, medium).
o Set at cancellation possibility.
Discrete In/Outputs
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4 control outputs for specific logical external activations (all active low).
o DF-blanking (when a PTT is pushed).
o Cockpit call activation (if call is on).
o Cabin call activation (if cabin is isolated).
o Third intercom circuit status.
6 control inputs for specific logical DVCS-action (all active low).
o Winchman VOX-level selection.
o Winchman volume-level selection.
o Intercom request call input.
o E-call activation.
o Selective call activation.
o Warning tone cancellation.
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Special Features
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1.5.5.1
Built-in Tests
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1.5.5.2
The REU6100 device has different built-in tests.
The tests monitor the system equipment and some internal circuits.
o PBIT:
A system self-test starts after power-on.
o CBIT:
A background test routine runs continuously during normal operation.
o IBIT:
An additional test can be manually started.
Marker Mute Function
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1.5.5.3
If set by the operator the marker channel is muted for 30 seconds.
The marker mute function can be individual enabled for each receiver channel and
operator in the configuration setup.
Emergency Operation (Back-Up Operation)
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1.5.5.4
Relay controlled fall back in case of emergency operation (back-up): Assignment of radios
and receivers to their operators.
o Headset 1 (normally the pilot) is connected to TX1 and FIX1,
o Headset 2 (copilot) to TX2 and FIX2.
Back-up operation is started either manually through the hard-wired BACK-UP switches
on the ACU610Xs (if connected), or automatically upon power supply failure to the
REU6100, or if the internal power supply of the REU6100 itself is defective (this function
with pilot’s and copilot’s audio control devices only).
Slave Operation
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The winchman connection facility in parallel to the related headset (ACU610X).
o Individual VOX level and volume level adjustment is possible through discrete
control lines.
Turn on and off the speaker amplifiers and supply of an output of 12 W into 4 Ω.
Muting of the cockpit speakers during transmission and intercom operation to avoid
acoustic feedback (configurable).
By a "VOICE-filter", an incoming 1020 Hz tone can be attenuated at least 26 dB for
listening to the NAV voice modulation without disturbance. The filter function can be
connected to each of the eight receiver channels during factory or system integration
setup.
Detection of a selective call signal by a discrete input from one of the 8 com radios
(configurable).
o Supply of a visual indication on the audio control device.
Forced monitoring of the audio signal (configurable).
Relay controlled activation of slave operation to connect one operator headset in parallel
to others (this function with pilot’s and copilot’s audio control devices only).
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Dual transmit and multi transmit (simulcast):
Is for the selection of two predefined radios, or individual more than two radio for
simultaneous transmission.
Guard radio:
Is for the selection of a radio by a separate PTT control (external discrete input). Two
radios can be configured for this function.
Headset only operation:
Operator without a control device participate always intercommunication and can be
configured for monitoring TX/RX or FIX input-channels. By the discrete input lines an
IC-key and PTT-key can be connected. On one predefined TX-channel transmission is
possible. The connection to another operator with ACU is possible by the configuration
setup.
Relay mode:
The REU6100 can operate in relay mode operation alternative to dual TX and multi
TX mode.
Communication Interfaces
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CANbus
o Control data interface between REU6100 and ACU610X.
RS232/RS422
o Control data interface between REU6100-X-(3XX) and glass cockpit or between
two REU6100-X-(3XX) as multi-REU application.
Memory Device EM6100
EM6100 is a memory device.
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It is a small device connected to the REU6100 used to store all system configuration
parameters.
It allows a quick field replacement of the REU6100 without reconfiguration of the replacing
REU6100 on the bench.
Figure 4: External Memory Module - EM6100
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Restriction for Use
1.6
Safety-Conscious Utilization
For safe operation of the product the notes have to be obeyed:
The device(s) may be installed on an aircraft only by an approved aeronautical
company (e.g. Part 145) which shall also examine and examine the installation.
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The installation of the device into an aircraft may be carried out only by
an authorized installation company. The country regulations always have
to be obeyed.
Use the product only within the specified conditions, see "Technical
Data", page 23.
Power supply:
o Do not connect the device to AC sources.
o Make sure that the device is connected to the mandatory DC source,
see "Technical Data", page 23.
o Do not connect the device with reversed polarity to the DC source.
Circuit breaker:
o Use the recommended fuses in the power supply line for the
protection of the application, see "Technical Data", page 23.
Cleaning:
• Do not use aggressive cleaning agents e.g. Acetone.
o These cleaning agents can cause damages.
Excessive pulses on the DC bus of the aircraft may cause damage on REU6100.
1.7
Restriction for Use
The product is to be used inside the declared limits.
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Power Supply
REU6100
Supply voltage (Bus) I
Specifications (Power Supply)
27.5 V DC nominal,
18.0 V DC emergency
Supply voltage (Bus) II
27.5 V DC nominal,
18.0 V DC emergency
Back-up voltage (Bus)
27.5 V DC nominal,
18.0 V DC emergency
4.5 A peak,
1.5 A average
Current consumption (with 6 ACU’s)
Recommended external fuse protection
5A
Monitoring
REU6100
Transceiver Inputs
Number
Specifications (Monitoring)
Sensitivity
2.5…20 V adjustable
Impedance
600 Ω balanced / floating
Switch-off attenuation
≥ 80 dB
Crosstalk attenuation between inputs
≥ 70 dB
Individual volume control range
0…-48 dB
Forced monitoring
0…-48 dB
Navigation Receiver Inputs
Number
8
Sensitivity
2.5…20 V adjustable
Impedance
600 Ω balanced / floating
Switch-off attenuation
≥ 80 dB
Crosstalk attenuation between inputs
≥ 70 dB
Individual volume control range
0…-48 dB
Muting during transmission
≥ 80 dB
Identification filter attenuation (1020 Hz)
≥ 26 dB
can be connected to any RX channel
8
Fixed Inputs
REU6100
Number
Specifications (Fixed Inputs)
6
Sensitivity channel 1…3
5…40 V adjustable
Sensitivity channel 4…6
2.5…20 V adjustable (under control of main volume)
Impedance
600 Ω balanced / floating
Crosstalk attenuation between inputs
≥ 70 dB
Muting during transmission
≥ 80 dB
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Tone Generator
REU6100
Continuous tone
Specifications (Tone Generator)
2400 Hz
Pulsed tones
1600 Hz, 2400 Hz, 3840 Hz
Intermittent tones
1200 Hz, 2133 Hz, 3200 Hz, 4800 Hz
Service tone 1 (Intercom request)
1600 Hz / 1200 Hz intermittent
Service tone 2 (Emergency call)
2400 Hz / 800 Hz / 1200 Hz intermittent
Alert tones
Input No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Pulsed means
TON = TOFF = 0.5 s
Intermitted means
3 pulses 0.17 s, repetition rate 2.5 s
Activation (alert tone control lines)
active LO, ≤ 1.5 V
Input current
≤ 1 mA
Alert Tone
2400 Hz continuous
1600 Hz pulsed
2400 Hz pulsed
3840 Hz pulsed
1200 intermittent
2133 intermittent
3200 intermittent
4800 intermittent
Speaker Amplifier
REU6100
Number
Specifications (Speaker Amplifier)
2
Output power
12 W (6.93 V) into 4 Ω (-0.5 / +1.0 dB) at normal supply
voltage
Overload protection
thermally output
Type
unbalanced
Distortion
≤ 2.5% @1 kHz
Frequency response
300 Hz…6 kHz (0/- 3 dB)
Switch-off attenuation
≥ 80 dB
Signal-to-noise ratio
≥ 70 dB
Main volume control range
0…-48 dB
Muting during transmission
≥ 80 dB
Muting during intercom operation
≥ 80 dB
Headphone Amplifier
REU6100
Number
Specifications (Headphone Amplifier)
4 or 6 (depends on variant)
Output power
250 mW (8.66 V) into 300 Ω or 500 mW (typical) into
8 Ω or
2x 250 mW into 2x 8 Ω balanced transformer output,
ungrounded
Distortion
≤ 2.5% @1 kHz
Frequency response
300 Hz…6 kHz (0/- 3 dB)
Signal-to-noise ratio
≥ 70 dB
Main volume control range
0…-48 dB
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Mike Amplifier
REU6100
Number
Specifications (Mike Amplifier)
4 or 6 (depends on variant)
Mike Input (Standard Carbon Mike)
Sensitivity
100…250 mV nominal
Impedance
150 Ω
Excitation voltage (idle mode)
12 VDC
Feed resistance
390 Ω
Mike Input (Dynamic Mike)
Sensitivity
0.5…4 mV nominal
Impedance
20 Ω balanced / floating
Automatic Gain Control (AGC)
AGC threshold (adjustable)
Output regulation (∆Ue = +20 dB)
80…150 mV (standard mike)
0.2…1 mV (dynamic mike)
≤ +2 dB
Transceiver Modulation
REU6100
Mike Line Amplifier
Number of mike lines
Specifications (Transceiver Modulation)
Output voltage
70 mV…1.5 V adjustable
Load impedance
150 Ω nominal distortion
≤ 2.5% @1 kHz
Frequency response
300 Hz…6 kHz (0/-3 dB)
Signal-to-noise ratio
≥ 65 dB
Natural / Artificial and Duplex Sidetone
Sidetone level
-individually selectable for each mike line0…-15 dB selectable step 3 dB, standard - 6 dB
Key Lines (PTT Out)
Number
8
Switch action
active LO
Switch capability
27.5 VDC for OFF condition;
max. 500 mA in LO condition
8
Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR)
REU6100
Number
Specifications (CRV Outputs)
2
Channel 1 (pilot)
natural mike + headphone
Output voltage
Mike signal: 800 mV -1 dB / +3 dB headphone
signal: -3 dB referred to mike
Impedance
5 kΩ
Channel 2 (copilot)
natural mike + headphone
Output voltage
Mike signal: 800 mV -1 dB / +3 dB headphone
signal: -3 dB referred to mike
Impedance
5 kΩ
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Control In/Outputs
REU6100
Control Inputs (Discrete)
Number
Specifications (Discrete In/Outputs)
6
Input No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Default Function
Winchman VOX-level selection
Intercom request activation (1600 Hz /
1200 Hz intermitted)
Winchman volume level selection
Alert tone cancellation
SELCALL / 3rd-IC-circuit activation
Emergency call activation (2400 Hz /
800 Hz / 1200 Hz intermitted
Activation
active LO, ≤ 1.5 V
Input current
1 mA
Control Outputs (Discrete)
Number
4
Output No.
1
2
3
4
Default Function
DF- blanking
Cockpit CALL indication
Cabin CALL indication
3rd-IC-circuit activation (status indication)
Switch action
active LO
Switch capability
27.5 VDC for OFF condition;
max. 500 mA in LO condition
Back-up Monitor
Number
1
Switch action
open contact
Norm Mode Output
27.5 VDC for OFF condition;
max. 500 mA in LO condition
DC-Output
DC output
26
27.5 VDC / 500 mA
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Intercom Operation
REU6100
Number of participants
Specifications (Intercom Operation)
up to 6 clients directly connected plus clients connected
to IC line
VOX threshold (adjustable)
10…100 mV (standard mike)
50…500 µV (dynamic mike)
VOX hold time
0.5…3 s, adjustable
Distortion
≤ 2.5% @1 kHz
Frequency response
300 Hz…6 kHz (0/-3 dB)
Signal-to-noise ratio
≥ 60 dB
Input/output voltage on IC-ring audio lines
Input/output impedance of IC-ring audio
lines
775 mV / 0 dBm
Priority muting during transmission
≥ 80 dB
Intercom switch-off attenuation
≥ 80 dB
Intercom circuits
cockpit / cabin / 3rd-IC-circuit
Call activation or discrete input
CALL button (selectable)
Quit function connection/separation of
IC-circuits
ISOL button (selectable)
600 Ω (must be terminated)
Build In Test Equipment (BITE)
REU6100
Power On BuiId-In Test (PBIT)
Activation
Specifications (Build In Test Equipment (BITE)
Start automatically with power on
Test scope for REU, all ACUs and EM6100 Controllers and memories, tone generator, headphone
if connected
and speaker amps., power supply
Indication system under test
Test LED lights up on ACU610X
Duration
max. 5 s
Test result output
GO:
After test is finished, the test LED is off
(The system operates in normal mode after successful test)
NOGO: The test LED flashes
Continuous Build-In Test (CBIT)
Activation
Failure indication
Permanently active coverage, controllers and data
transfer
Optical; TEST LED flashes and can be reset on
ACU610X, if no fatal error
Initiated Build-In Test (IBIT)
Activation
Push the TEST button on ACU610X
Build-In Test Representation
Test running indicator
Test LED lights up
Test result output
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•
•
GO:
The test LED is off
NOGO: The test LED flashes
A short push of the test button acknowledges the failure indication.
The last 10 IBIT results are stored in a non-volatile memory and can be read out with the
configuration software.
For REU6100-X-(3XX) variant with glass cockpit, please see related glass cockpit manual for
test activations and indications.
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Back-up Operation
REU6100
Manual activation
Specifications (Back-up Operation)
Use the back-up switch at ACU1 or ACU2
Automatic activation
Upon supply busses failure or defection of internal
power supply or processor failure
Transceiver (radio) assignment
ACU1 - TX1, ACU2- TX2
Fixed input
ACU1 - FIX1, ACU2- FIX2
Intercom level pilot/copilot
Fixed at 50%
CVR 1and 2 level
Fixed at 50%
For REU6100-X-(3XX) variant with glass cockpit, please see related glass cockpit manual for
back-up activations and indications.
Control Data Interface REU - ACU
REU6100
Interface
Specifications (Control Data Interface REU - ACU)
CANbus
Protocol
Becker specific (Becker Bus Protocol proprietary)
Control Data Interface REU - Glass Cockpit
REU6100-X-(3XX)
Interface
Specifications (Control Data Interface REU - Glass )
RS232/422, baud rate 38400 b/s,
8 data, no parity, 1 stop bit
Protocol
Becker specific (Becker Bus Protocol proprietary)
Control Data Interface REU - REU
REU6100-X-(3XX)
Interface
Specifications (Control Data Interface REU - REU )
RS232/422, baud rate 38400 b/s,
8 data, no parity, 1 stop bit
Protocol
Becker specific (Becker Bus Protocol proprietary)
Dimensions & Weight
REU6100
Specifications
Dimensions HxWxD
195 x 57 x 338.50 mm
Dimensions depth with EM6100
379.00 mm
Weight
REU6100 ≤ 3 kg
Mounting tray MT519 < 0.5 kg
Case size
ATR fixture
Case material (REU6100)
AIMg
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Device Connectors
The connectors are coded to prevent misconnection.
REU6100
Specifications
D-Sub 50-pin male shift lock
4x with locking devices
19pol male
1x bayonet,
Souriau, Type 851-02 E14-19 P50, shell 14
Sub miniature 5-pole female
1x for memory module EM6100
Software
In accordance with EUROCAE / RTCA document ED-12B/DO-178B the software is specified as:
LEVEL C
1.8.19.1
Configuration Software
Detailed information please see "Configuration Software" page 69.
Hardware
Complex Electronic Hardware (CEH) is used inside REU6100-X-(XXX).
In accordance with system development assurance level of the DVCS6100 the Hardware Design
Assurance Level is:
LEVEL C
The DVCS6100 has been certified in year 2005 and has been qualified in accordance with all
standards which have been required by the authorities EASA and FAA at that time.
To apply RTCA DO-254 has not been required by the authorities and has therefore not been applied.
Continued Airworthiness
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Maintenance of the REU6100 is "on condition" only.
Periodic maintenance of this product is not required.
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Environmental Conditions
The test was done in accordance with EUROCAE/RTCA ED-14E/DO-160E under consideration of the
recorded environmental categories and conditions:
Characteristics
Section
Cat.
4
D1
Ground Survival Low Temperature
4.5.1
D1
-55 °C
Short-Time Operating Low Temperature
4.5.1
D1
-40 °C
Operating Low Temperature
4.5.2
D1
-40 °C
Ground Survival High Temperature
4.5.3
D1
+85 °C
Short-Time Operating High Temperature
4.5.3
D1
+70 °C
Operating High Temperature
4.5.4
D1
+70 °C
In-Flight Loss of Cooling
4.5.5
X
4.6
D1
Temperature Variation
5
B
5 °C per minute
Humidity
6
B
48 h at 65 °C at 95% relative humidity
Shock
7.2
B
6 g in all directions
Crash Safety
7.3
B
20 g shock; 20 g acceleration
Vibration
8
S; U
Explosion Proofness
9
X
-
Waterproofness
10
X
-
Fluids Susceptibilities
11
X
-
Sand and Dust
12
X
-
Fungus Resistance
13
X
-
Salt Spray
14
X
-
Magnetic Effect
15
Z
less than 0.3 m
Power Input
16
B
-
Voltage Spike
17
A
-
Audio Freq. Conducted Susceptibility
18
B
-
19.0
AC
-
Radio Frequency Susceptibility
20
WR
-
Emission of Radio Frequency Energy
21
M
-
Lightning Induced Transients
Susceptibility
22
A3E3X
Lightning Direct Effects
23
X
-
Icing
24
X
-
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
25
A
-
Fire, Flammability
26
X
-
Temperature and Altitude
Altitude
Induced Signal Susceptibility
30
REU6100
Condition
no auxiliary cooling required
50 000 ft
M; G
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Certifications
REU6100-X-(XXX) meets the requirements of:
Specifications
ETSO
ETSO C50c
EASA.21O.443
FAA
TSO-C139
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REU6100-2-(010), max. 4 user
Article No. 0586.471-921
1
REU6100-2-(011), max. 4 user, XAC configuration data
Article No. 0606.944-921
1
REU6100-2-(110), max. 4 user, with EM6100
Article No. 0608.254-921
1
REU6100-3-(010), max. 6 user
Article No. 0588.946-921
1
Article No. 0608.262-921
1
REU6100-3-(110), max. 6 user, with EM6100
REU6100-3-(120), max. 6 user, with EM6100, extended short
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1
REU6100-3-(310), max. 6 user, with EM6100, RS232/RS422
Article No. 0643.521-921
Article No. 0643.505-921
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MT519-1 Mounting
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1
EM6100-(000) External Memory
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1K6100 Service cable
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SCK6100-1 Service cable kit
Article-No. 0615.889-954
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Service connector, 9-pol. D-Sub connector, crimp
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CK5101-C (crimp version)
Article-No. 0586.870-954
1
• 1x 19-pol. cable connector, crimp
• 4x 50-pol. cable connector, crimp
• 4x Coding pins
• 4x Connector housing
• 4x Resistor metal film 121 Ohm
CK5103-C (crimp version) Manufacturer Commital
Article-No. 0614.981-954
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•
•
•
•
Configuration Software Set
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CSW6100-2 configuration software set
Article-No. 0774.413-277
Article-No. 0608.602-919
1x CAN USB adapter
1x CodeMeter© stick
1x CSW6100-2 manual (on CodeMeter© stick)
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Termination resistor 604 Ω, 0.25 W
32
Article-No. 0608.270-921
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4x 50-pol. cable connector, crimp
4x Coding pins
4x Connector housing
4x Resistor metal film 121 Ohm
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•
•
Article-No. 0890.790-261
Article-No. 0780.413-323
REU6100
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REU6100 Installation and Operation Manual, English
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REU6100 Maintenance and Repair Manual, English
Article-No. 0589.837-071
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Serial Protocol RS232/RS422/CANbus - User Manual, English
Article-No. 0654.760-071
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Installation
The installation of the device(s) depends on the type of aircraft and its equipment and therefore only
general information can be given in this section.
Any deviations from the installation instructions prescribed in this document are under own
responsibility.
In this chapter you can read about:
2.1
2.2
Packaging, Transport, Storage ................................................................................................... 36
Device Assignment ..................................................................................................................... 37
Scope of Delivery .............................................................................................................. 37
State of Delivery................................................................................................................ 37
Additional Required Equipment ........................................................................................ 37
Type Plate ......................................................................................................................... 38
Software/Firmware Status - Functionality ......................................................................... 38
2.3 Serial Interface Description ......................................................................................................... 38
2.4 Installation Requirements............................................................................................................ 39
2.5 Dimensions.................................................................................................................................. 40
REU6100 .......................................................................................................................... 40
Mounting Tray MT519-1.................................................................................................... 41
REU6100 with Mounting MT519-1 and Connectors ......................................................... 42
2.6 Connector Pin Assignments ........................................................................................................ 43
Connector P1 .................................................................................................................... 44
Connector P2 .................................................................................................................... 45
Connector P3 .................................................................................................................... 46
Connector P4 .................................................................................................................... 48
Connector P5 - not for variant -(3XX) ............................................................................... 49
Connector P5 - REU6100-X-(3XX) ................................................................................... 50
Connector J6 ..................................................................................................................... 50
Address Coding ................................................................................................................ 51
2.7 Aircraft Wiring .............................................................................................................................. 51
Electrical Bonding and Grounding .................................................................................... 51
REU6100-X-(3XX) - RS422 / RS232 / CAN Connections ................................................. 52
REU6100 - Power Supply Connections ............................................................................ 52
REU6100 - Headset Audio and PTT Connections ........................................................... 53
REU6100 - Transceiver Connections ............................................................................... 54
REU6100 - Receiver and CVR Connections .................................................................... 55
REU6100 - FIX Audio, Alert Tones and IC Ring Connections ......................................... 56
REU6100 - Speaker, Back-up Act., Control and other Connections ................................ 57
CANbus Connector ........................................................................................................... 58
Wiring - REU6100 & ACU610X ........................................................................................ 59
Wiring - REU6100 & ACU610X with Service Connector (Option) .................................... 61
Wiring - REU6100 & ACU6100 (Fixed-Wing Version) with Service Connector (Option) . 63
Wiring - REU6100-X-(3XX) & ACU610X .......................................................................... 65
Wiring - REU6100-X-(3XX) & ACU610X & Glass Cockpit with Service Connector ......... 67
2.8 Configuration ............................................................................................................................... 69
Configuration Software (CSW6100) ................................................................................. 69
EM6100 ............................................................................................................................. 69
2.9 Communication Interfaces .......................................................................................................... 69
CANbus Protocol for REU6100 ........................................................................................ 69
RS232/RS422 Protocol for REU6100 ............................................................................... 69
2.10 REU6100 Functions .................................................................................................................... 70
Headset ............................................................................................................................. 70
PTT Key ............................................................................................................................ 70
Output Level TX-Devices .................................................................................................. 70
Input Level TX-Devices ..................................................................................................... 70
Input Level RX-Devices .................................................................................................... 70
Sidetone ............................................................................................................................ 70
Forced Monitoring ............................................................................................................. 70
Audio Muting ..................................................................................................................... 70
FIX Input Channels (Warning Audio Tones) ..................................................................... 71
Speaker ............................................................................................................................. 71
Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) ......................................................................................... 71
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2.11
2.12
2.13
2.14
2.15
2.16
2.17
2.18
2.19
2.1
Alert Tones ........................................................................................................................ 71
Signal Tones ..................................................................................................................... 72
Activation Signal Tones ..................................................................................................... 72
Activation - Selective Call .................................................................................................. 72
Winchman Operation ........................................................................................................ 72
Intercom Circuits ............................................................................................................... 73
IC-Indications - Cockpit Call, Cabin Call, 3rd-IC-Circuit ..................................................... 73
Muting Signal..................................................................................................................... 75
Marker Mute Function ....................................................................................................... 75
Back-up Mode and Slave Mode ........................................................................................ 75
Special Functions ........................................................................................................................ 76
Double Transmit and Multi Transmit (Simulcast) Mode .................................................... 76
Guard Radio PTT Function ............................................................................................... 76
Relay Mode ....................................................................................................................... 77
Operation "Headset without ACU610X" ............................................................................ 78
Operation "Headset connected to ACU" ........................................................................... 78
Operation "3rd-IC-circuit" .................................................................................................. 78
Alternative Use of Alert Tones Activation Inputs ............................................................... 79
Data Interchange in Multi-REU Applications (RS232/RS422) .......................................... 81
Service Connector ....................................................................................................................... 82
Service Connector inside the Aircraft ................................................................................ 82
Service Cable Kit ............................................................................................................... 82
Block Diagram - DVCS6100 with Ground Crew .......................................................................... 83
Block Diagram - DVCS6100 with Intercom Amplifier .................................................................. 85
Block Diagram - DVCS6100 with Glass Cockpit Application ...................................................... 87
Block Diagram - DVCS6100 with Electronic Display Application ................................................ 89
Block Diagrams - DVCS6100 with Multi-REU Application .......................................................... 91
Block Diagrams - DVCS6100 with Multi-REU Application ................................................ 91
Block Diagram - DVCS6100 with Multi-REU & Glass Cockpit Application ....................... 92
Warning and Failure Indications .................................................................................................. 92
Post Installation Check ................................................................................................................ 93
Mechanical Installation and Wiring Check ........................................................................ 93
Power Supply .................................................................................................................... 93
Power On Check ............................................................................................................... 93
Packaging, Transport, Storage
Visually inspect the package contents for signs of transport damage.
The packaging material is inflammable, if it is disposed of improperly by burning,
toxic fumes may develop.
Keep the packaging material and use it in the case of a return shipment. Improper or faulty packaging
may lead to transport damages.
Make sure to transport the device always in a safe manner and with the aid of suitable lifting
equipment if necessary. Do never use the electric connections for lifting. Before the transport, a clean,
level surface should be prepared to put the device on. The electric connections may not be damaged
when placing the device.
First Device Checkup
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Check the device for signs of transport damages.
Please make sure that the indications on the type plate correspond to your purchase order.
Make sure that the equipment is complete ("Scope of Delivery", page 37).
Storage
If you do not install the device immediately, make sure to store it in a dry and clean environment.
Make sure that the device is not stored near strong heat sources and that no metal chippings can get
into the device.
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Device Assignment
This manual is valid for the following devices:
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REU6100-2-(XXX) + accessories
REU6100-3-(XXX) + accessories
Scope of Delivery
•
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•
Manuals.
o Installation and Operation manual.
The device(s) in accordance with your order.
Documents of Certifications.
o Authorized Release Certificate (EASA Form 1).
State of Delivery
•
•
The device(s) are ready for use with factory default adjustments.
The REU6100-2-(011) variant has a special configuration.
Additional Required Equipment
•
•
•
•
•
EM6100 External Memory module (depends on variant).
Mounting MT519-1.
Connectors + cables.
Audio control device(s).
Headset.
Details see "Accessories", page 32.
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Type Plate
The device type is specified by the type plate (on the housing):
Example:
Figure 5: Type Plate (Example)
Explanation:
PN:
Type designation:
REU = Remote Electronic Unit
6100 = Model number (family)
Options:
-2-: 4 headset connections (max. 4 audio control devices)
-3-: 6 headset connections (max. 6 audio control devices)
(0XX): Standard, no memory module EM6100
(1XX): With memory module EM6100
(3XX): RS422 interface + memory module EM6100
(X1X): Standard
(X2X): Extended Short Time Temperature 85 °C
(X6X): Intercom Amplifier only
(XX0): Standard Configuration Data
(XX1): Customized Configuration Data
SN:
Unique number of the particular device
AN:
Article number
DoM:
Date of Manufacturing
Software:
Refer to the version device type plate
Compliance and Certifications:
Refer to the text and logos on the device type plate
Software/Firmware Status - Functionality
The implemented firmware version can be checked with the configuration software CSW6100.
2.3
Serial Interface Description
For the adaption of a glass cockpit device or a multi-REU installation a detailed description for the
serial data communication is published by the manual: "Serial Protocol RS232/RS422/CANbus". The
manual is available on special request and necessary agreements.
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Installation Requirements
The installation of the device(s) depends on the type of aircraft and its equipment and therefore only
general information can be given in this section.
The installation of REU6100 into an aircraft may be carried out by an authorized
installation company. The country regulations always have to be obeyed.
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The device must not be opened.
Keep an efficient distance of the devices with integrated ventilator fans in
order to ensure free circulation of the cooling air.
The installation area must have a minimum distance of 30 cm from the
magnetic aircraft compass, to prevent any interference to the magnetic
compass.
Forced cooling is not required.
REU6100 is made for installation in cockpit environment of fixed and rotary
wing aircraft.
These limitations apply for the installation:
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Installations must be in accordance with appropriate EASA or FAA
approved guidelines.
The personnel installing this device must ensure that the aircraft
installation conditions are within the ETSO/TSO standards applicable
for the specific type or class of aircraft.
The conditions and tests for ETSO/TSO approval of this article are
minimum performance standards.
The equipment is not qualified for installation in areas with fluid
contamination.
Changes or modifications made to this equipment not expressly
approved in written form by Becker may void the authorization to
operate this equipment.
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2.5
Dimensions
REU6100
77.7 (3.1)
100 (3.9)
110 (4.3)
195 (7.7)
Dimensions mm (inch)
27.3
(1.1)
25
(1.0)
57 (2.2)
320 (12.6)
CENTER OF GRAVITY
45.4 (1.8)
9 (0.4)
166.5 (6.6)
Figure 6: Dimensions REU6100
"Center of Gravity" for REU6100 with EM6100.
Tolerances: ± 5 mm.
Allowable deviation for dimensions without tolerances: DIN ISO 2768 T1 C (dimensions in mm)
xx...6 (±0.3)
>30...120 (±0.8)
>400...1000 (±2.0)
>6...30 (±0.5)
>120...400 (±1.2)
>1000...2000 (±3.0)
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132.1 (5.2)
147.1 (5.8)
23.7 (0.9)
113.7 (4.5)
Dimensions mm (inch)
379 (14.9)
64 (2.5)
69 (2.7)
16 (0.6)
45
(1.8)
Ø5
.2
(0.
2)
33.2
(1.3)
61 (2.4)
102 (4.0)
125 (4.9)
68 (2.7)
Figure 7: Dimensions Mounting Tray MT519-1
Allowable deviation for dimensions without tolerances: DIN ISO 2768 T1 C (dimensions in mm)
xx...6 (±0.3)
>30...120 (±0.8)
>400...1000 (±2.0)
>6...30 (±0.5)
>120...400 (±1.2)
>1000...2000 (±3.0)
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Dimensions mm (inch)
48.85 (1.9)
16.35
(0.6)
53.4 (2.1)
19.6 (0.8)
430 (16.9)
438.6 (17.3)
Figure 8: Dimensions REU6100 with Mounting MT519-1 and Connectors
Allowable deviation for dimensions without tolerances: DIN ISO 2768 T1 C (dimensions in mm)
xx...6 (±0.3)
>30...120 (±0.8)
>400...1000 (±2.0)
>6...30 (±0.5)
>120...400 (±1.2)
>1000...2000 (±3.0)
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Connector Pin Assignments
P1
P3
P1
Cockpit Voice Rec.
P3
Headset Operator 1
Headset Operator 2
Headset Operator 3
Headset Operator 4
Headset Operator 5
P2
Headset Operator 6
Coding Pin
CVR1 Audio
CVR1/2 Common
P4
Coding Pin
DC Back-up GND
DC Back-up
TX1 audio
TX2 audio
TX3 audio
TX4 audio
TX5 audio
TX6 audio
RX2 audio
RX4 audio
RX1 audio
RX3 audio
RX5 audio
BUMonitor Out
Intercom
P2
P4
TX7 audio
Alert tone activation
TX8 audio
Operator 2
P5
(PTT, Slaved, Back-up)
RX6 audio
Operator 3, 4, 5, 6
RX7 audio
RX8 audio
TX1 PTT out
Coding Pin
Operator 1 (PTT, Slaved, Back-up)
Fix audio1
Fix audio2
Fix audio3
(PTT)
Coding Pin
TX2...8 PTT out
Control out
Control in
Fix audio4
Fix audio5
Fix audio6
Speakers
J6
Power
Power
P5
Dev.Nr
Reset out
M
U
K
BB2
A
N
L
B
P
V
T
J
H
P5
Reset in
C
R
S
G
GND
D
E
0RX/TX
Reset out
BB1
F
B-Bus
P5 for:
REU6100-X-(XXX)
not for variant -(3XX)
BB2
1TX
M
L
K
A
N
U
J
P
V
T
H
B
R
S
G
GND
Reset in
C
D
E
F
1RX
BB1
B-Bus
P5 for:
REU6100-X-(3XX)
The connectors are coded to prevent misconnection.
Figure 9: REU6100: Connector Pin Assignment - Overview
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Connector P1
P1/Pin Signal name / Function
Remarks
17
HS 1 Mic in HI
Operator 1
16
HS 1 Mic in LO
Operator 1
33
HS 1 Mic in SH
Operator 1
49
HS 1 Phone out HI
Operator 1
48
HS 1 Phone out LO
Operator 1
32
HS 1 Phone out SH
Operator 1
15
HS 3 Mic in HI
Operator 3
14
HS 3 Mic in LO
Operator 3
31
HS 3 Mic in SH
Operator 3
47
HS 3 Phone out HI
Operator 3
46
HS 3 Phone out LO
Operator 3
30
HS 3 Phone out SH
Operator 3
13
HS 5 Mic in HI
Operator 5
12
HS 5 Mic in LO
Operator 5
29
HS 5 Mic in SH
Operator 5
45
HS 5 Phone out HI
Operator 5
44
HS 5 Phone out LO
Operator 5
28
HS 5 Phone out SH
Operator 5
11
CVR1- Audio out HI
Operator 1 (Pilot)
18
CVR2- Audio out HI
Operator 2 (Copilot)
10
CVR1/2 Common LO
CVR Signal ground
50
CVR Audio out SH
Shield
9
TX 1 Mic audio out HI
8
TX 1 Mic audio out LO
25
TX 1 Mic audio out SH
43
TX 1 Audio in HI
42
TX 1 Audio in LO
26
TX 1 Audio in SH
7
TX 3 Mic audio out HI
6
TX 3 Mic audio out LO
23
TX 3 Mic audio out SH
41
TX 3 Audio in HI
40
TX 3 Audio in LO
24
TX 3 Audio in SH
39
TX 5 Mic audio out HI
38
TX 5 Mic audio out LO
22
TX 5 Mic audio out SH
5
TX 5 Audio in HI
4
TX 5 Audio in LO
21
TX 5 Audio in SH
35
IC ring audio in/out
44
Connect a 600 Ω resistor when no other device is
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34
IC ring audio GND
1
Backup mode control out
27
Coding pin
Remarks
Connector P2
P2/Pin
Remarks
15
Alert Tone 1
Guard radio PTT activation / or a relay mode / or
external TX indication
16
Alert Tone 2
3rd Circuit isolation activation / or a relay mode /
or external TX indication
17
Alert Tone 3
IC-PTT/HS1, TX-PTT/HS6 activation / or a relay
mode / or external TX indication
31
Alert Tone 4
IC-PTT/HS2, TX-PTT/HS5 activation / or a relay
mode / or external TX indication
32
Alert Tone 5
IC-PTT/HS3, TX-PTT/HS4 activation / or a relay
mode / or external TX indication
33
Alert Tone 6
IC-PTT/HS4, TX-PTT/HS3 activation / or a relay
mode / or external TX indication
47
Alert Tone 7
IC-PTT/HS5, TX-PTT/HS2 activation / or a relay
mode / or external TX indication
48
Alert Tone 8
IC-PTT/HS6, TX-PTT/HS1 activation / or a relay
mode / or external TX indication
49
Alert Tone GND
50
Alert Tone GND
29
Operator 2 PTT in
30
Operator 2 Slaved in
46
Operator 2 Back-up in
5
Control in 1
Winchman VOX level selection
6
Control in 2
Intercom request call input
22
Control in 3
Winchman volume level selection
11
Control in 4
Alert tone cancellation
12
Control in 5
Selective call / Guard radio PTT activation /
3rd-IC-circuit activation
28
Control in 6
E-Call activation
25
TX 2 PTT out
26
TX 3 PTT out
27
TX 4 PTT out
41
TX 5 PTT out
42
TX 6 PTT out
43
TX 7 PTT out
44
TX 8 PTT out
40
TX2...8 Out GND
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P2/Pin
Remarks
7
Control Out 1
DF blanking, "active LO" when any PTT is
pushed
23
Control Out 2
Cockpit CALL indication: "active LO" if CALL is
on
24
Control Out 3
Cabin CALL indication: "active LO" if cabin is
isolated,
flashing if CALL is on,
off if Cabin is connected
45
Control Out 4
"active LO" when 3rd-IC-circuit is isolated
38,21
Speaker 1 out (HI)
37,20
Speaker 1 out (LO)
39
Speaker 1 SH
3,2
Speaker 2 out (HI)
36,19
Speaker 2 out (LO)
4
Speaker 2 SH
35
DC1
34
GND1
1
DC2
18
GND2
13,14
GND
8, 9
GND
10
Coding Pin
Details about alert tones 1...8 see "Alert Tones" page 71.
Connector P3
P3/Pin Signal name / Function
Remarks
1
HS 2 Mic in HI
Operator 2
2
HS 2 Mic in LO
Operator 2
18
HS 2 Mic in SH
Operator 2
35
HS 2 Phone out HI
Operator 2
36
HS 2 Phone out LO
Operator 2
19
HS 2 Phone out SH
Operator 2
3
HS 4 Mic in HI
Operator 4
4
HS 4 Mic in LO
Operator 4
20
HS 4 Mic in SH
Operator 4
37
HS 4 Phone out HI
Operator 4
38
HS 4 Phone out LO
Operator 4
21
HS 4 Phone out SH
Operator 4
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Remarks
5
HS 6 Mic in HI
Operator 6
6
HS 6 Mic in LO
Operator 6
22
HS 6 Mic in SH
Operator 6
39
HS 6 Phone out HI
Operator 6
40
HS 6 Phone out LO
Operator 6
23
HS 6 Phone out SH
Operator 6
41
TX 2 Mic audio out HI
42
TX 2 Mic audio out LO
25
TX 2 Mic audio out SH
9
TX 2 Audio in HI
10
TX 2 Audio in LO
26
TX 2 Audio in SH
43
TX 4 Mic audio out HI
44
TX 4 Mic audio out LO
27
TX 4 Mic audio out SH
11
TX 4 Audio in HI
12
TX 4 Audio in LO
28
TX 4 Audio in SH
45
TX 6 Mic audio out HI
46
TX 6 Mic audio out LO
29
TX 6 Mic audio out SH
13
TX 6 Audio in HI
14
TX 6 Audio in LO
30
TX 6 Audio in SH
47
RX 1 Audio in HI
48
RX 1 Audio in LO
31
RX 1 Audio in SH
15
RX 3 Audio in HI
16
RX 3 Audio in LO
32
RX 3 Audio in SH
49
RX 5 Audio in HI
50
RX 5 Audio in LO
33
RX 5 Audio in SH
8
DC Bu +27.5 V
24
DC Bu GND
17
DC Out +27.5 V
34
DC Out +27.5 V
7
Coding Pin
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P4/Pin Signal name / Function
1
TX 7 Mic audio out HI
2
TX 7 Mic audio out LO
18
TX 7 Mic audio out SH
35
TX 7 Audio in HI
36
TX 7 Audio in LO
19
TX 7 Audio in SH
3
TX 8 / PA Mic audio out HI
4
TX 8 / PA Mic audio out LO
20
TX 8 Mic audio out SH
37
TX 8 Audio / PA Sidetone in HI
38
TX 8 Audio / PA Sidetone in LO
21
TX 8 Audio in SH
5
RX 6 Audio in HI
6
RX 6 Audio in LO
22
RX 6 Audio in SH
39
RX 7 Audio in HI
40
RX 7 Audio in LO
23
RX 7 Audio in SH
7
RX 8 Audio in HI
8
RX 8 Audio in LO
24
RX 8 Audio in SH
41
TX 1 PTT out
25
TX1 PTT GND
42
Operator 1 PTT in
26
Operator 1 Slaved in
10
Operator 1 Back-up in
43
FIX1 Audio in HI
44
FIX1 Audio in LO
27
FIX1 Audio in SH
11
FIX2 Audio in HI
12
FIX2 Audio in LO
28
FIX2 Audio in SH
45
FIX3 Audio in HI
46
FIX3 Audio in LO
29
FIX3 Audio in SH
13
FIX4 Audio in HI
14
FIX4 Audio in LO
30
FIX4 Audio in SH
48
Remarks
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FIX5 Audio in HI
48
FIX5 Audio in LO
31
FIX5 Audio in SH
15
FIX6 Audio in HI
16
FIX6 Audio in LO
32
FIX6 Audio in SH
49
DC1
50
GND1
17
DC2
33
GND2
34
GND
9
Coding Pin
Remarks
Connector P5 - not for variant -(3XX)
P5/Pin Signal name / Function
L
Dev Address Bit 0
M
Dev Address Bit 1
A
Dev Address Bit 2
B
Dev Address Bit 3
N
Address GND
U
Reset out
V
Reset in
C
BB1-HI-in
D
BB1-LOW-in
P
BB1-SH-in
E
BB1-HI-out
F
BB1-LO-out
R
BB1-SH-out
G
BB2-HI-in
H
BB2-LO-in
S
BB2-SH-in
J
BB2-HI-out
K
BB2-LO-out
T
BB2-SH-out
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P5/Pin Signal name / Function
Remarks
L
0TX+
RS422
M
0TX- / 0TX
RS422 / RS232
A
0RX+ / 0RX
RS422 / RS232
B
0RX-
RS422
N
CH0 Shield
U
Reset out
V
Reset in
C
1RX-
RS422
D
1RX+ / 1RX
RS422 / RS232
G
1TX- / 1TX
RS422 / RS232
H
1TX+
RS422
P
CH1 Shield
S
Serial IF Ground
E
BB1-HI-out
CAN1
F
BB1-LO-out
CAN1
R
BB1-SH-out
CAN1
J
BB2-HI-out
CAN2
K
BB2-LO-out
CAN2
T
BB2-SH-out
CAN2
Connector J6
J6/Pin Signal name / Function
Remarks
1
VCC
Power supply
2
I2C CLK
Clock
3
Not connected
Reserved
4
I2C DAT
Data
5
GND
Power supply return
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Set the address coding for the control panels (ACU, glass cockpit, ...) on the CANbus by
pin strapping of pins L, M, A, B.
For each control panel on the CANbus a unique address is necessary:
Address
Device
Bit 0 (Pin L)
Bit 1 (Pin M)
Bit 3 (Pin A)
Bit 3 (Pin B)
0000
ACU1
GND
GND
GND
GND
0001
ACU2
open
GND
GND
GND
0010
ACU3
GND
open
GND
GND
0011
ACU4
open
open
GND
GND
0100
ACU5
GND
GND
open
GND
0101
ACU6
open
GND
open
GND
2.7
Aircraft Wiring
The Installation of the device(s) depends on the type of aircraft and its equipment.
It is therefore only possible to give general guidelines in this section.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Use only cables which are qualified for aircraft use (self-extinguishing).
Use minimum AWG 20 for power supply and AWG 24 for other cables.
The interface lines are each to be laid as 2-core twisted and shielded
(AWG 24) cables.
Each single cable harness of a device connector must have separate
shielding.
Rubber sleeves are to be fitted over the soldering points on the device
connector.
A fuse or circuit breaker should be fitted in the power supply of the
REU6100 (see "Technical Data" page 23).
RF cable should not be included in the cable harnesses.
Check the wiring carefully before power up the device(s) and check
particularly correct connection of the power supply lines.
A REU6100-X-(3XX) is not interchangeable with other REU6100 variants.
The variant REU6100-X-(3XX) has a different pin assignment on
connector P5 (see table 2.6.5 and 2.6.6).
•
•
Electrical Bonding and Grounding
The REU6100 has a threaded grounding bolt at the housing. Use this point as grounding contact.
•
•
Make sure that the device is correctly connected to aircraft ground
(structure).
Make sure that the resistance between the component which ensure
equipment bonding and any point of this item of equipment do not exceed
2.5 mΩ.
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REU6100-X-(3XX) - RS422 / RS232 / CAN Connections
REU6100-X-(3XX)
P5
RS422
P5
0TX+
0TX- / 0TX
0RX+ / 0RX
0RXCH0 GND
L
M
A
B
N
L
M
A
B
N
CH1 GND
1RX1RX+ / 1RX
1TX- / 1TX
1TX+
P
C
D
G
H
P
C
D
G
H
RS232
Glass cockpit
Glass cockpit
CAN1 in/out Shield R
CAN1 in/out (LO) F
CAN1 in/out (HI) E
121 Ω
CAN2 in/out Shield T
CAN2 in/out (LO) K
CAN2 in/out (HI) J
S
H
G
121 Ω
Serial IF GND S
P
D
C
Reset out U
Reset in V
Note:
ACU
V
The pin assignment of connector P5 is different with the variant REU6100-X-(3XX).
For other REU variants please see "Connector P5 - not for variant -(3XX)" page 49.
Figure 10: Wiring REU6100-X-(3XX) - RS422 / RS232 / CAN
REU6100 - Power Supply Connections
REU6100
DC 1 +27.5 V 35
DC 1 GND 34
DC 2 +27.5 V 1
DC 2 GND 18
DC 1 +27.5 V 49
DC 1 GND 50
DC 2 +27.5 V 17
DC 2 GND 33
DC Bu +27.5 V 8
DC Bu GND 24
DC out +27.5 V 17
DC out +27.5 V 34
P2
P2
P4
P4
P3
P3
Figure 11: Wiring - Power Supply
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REU6100
Headset 1 Audio out (HI ) 49
(LO ) 48
32
33
Mic Audio in (HI) 17
(LO ) 16
Shield
P1
Headset 2 Audio out (HI ) 35
(LO ) 36
18
19
Mic Audio in (HI) 1
(LO ) 2
Shield
P3
Headset 3 Audio out (HI) 47
(LO ) 46
30
31
Mic Audio in (HI) 15
(LO ) 14
Shield
P1
Headset 4 Audio out (HI) 37
(LO ) 38
20
21
Mic Audio in (HI) 3
(LO ) 4
Shield
P3
Headset 5 Audio out (HI) 45
(LO ) 44
28
29
Mic Audio in (HI) 13
(LO ) 12
Shield
P1
Headset 6 Audio out (HI) 39
(LO ) 40
22
23
Mic Audio in (HI) 5
(LO ) 6
Shield
TX1 PTT out
TX1 PTT out GND
41
25
TX2 PTT out
TX3 PTT out
TX4 PTT out
TX5 PTT out
TX6 PTT out
TX7 PTT out
TX8/PA PTT out
TX2...8 PTT out GND
25
26
27
41
42
43
44
40
P3
P4
P2
Figure 12: Wiring - Headset Audio and PTT
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REU6100 - Transceiver Connections
REU6100
TX1 Mic Audio out (HI) 9
(LO) 8
25
26
TX1 Audio in (HI) 43
(LO) 42
Shield
P1
Transceiver
P3
Transceiver
P1
Transceiver
P3
Transceiver
P1
Transceiver
P3
Transceiver
P4
Transceiver
P4
Transceiver
TX2 Mic Audio out (HI) 41
(LO) 42
25
26
TX2 Audio in (HI) 9
(LO) 10
Shield
TX3 Mic Audio out (HI) 7
(LO) 6
23
24
TX3 Audio in (HI) 41
(LO) 40
Shield
TX4 Mic Audio out (HI) 43
(LO) 44
27
28
TX4 Audio in (HI) 11
(LO) 12
Shield
TX5 Mic Audio out (HI) 39
(LO) 38
21
22
TX5 Audio in (HI) 5
(LO) 4
Shield
TX6 Mic Audio out (HI) 45
(LO) 46
29
30
TX6 Audio in (HI) 13
(LO) 14
Shield
TX7 Mic Audio out (HI) 1
(LO) 2
18
19
TX7 Audio in (HI) 35
(LO) 36
Shield
TX8/PA Mic Audio out (HI) 3
(LO) 4
20
21
TX8/PA Audio in (HI) 37
(LO) 38
Shield
Figure 13: Wiring - Transceiver
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REU6100
RX1 Audio in (HI) 47
(LO) 48
Shield 31
RX2 Audio in (HI) 37
(LO) 36
Shield 20
RX3 Audio in (HI) 15
(LO) 16
Shield 32
RX4 Audio in (HI) 3
(LO) 2
Shield 19
RX5 Audio in (HI) 49
(LO) 50
Shield 33
RX6 Audio in (HI) 5
(LO) 6
Shield 22
RX7 Audio in (HI) 39
(LO) 40
Shield 23
RX8 Audio in (HI) 7
(LO) 8
Shield 24
CVR1 Audio out (HI)
CVR2 Audio out (HI)
CVR½ Common (LO)
Shield
11
18
10
50
P3
P1
P3
P1
P3
P4
P4
P4
P1
Receiver
Receiver
Receiver
Receiver
Receiver
Receiver
Receiver
Receiver
Cockpit Voice
Recorder
Figure 14: Wiring - Receiver and CVR
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REU6100 - FIX Audio, Alert Tones and IC Ring Connections
REU6100
Fixed 1 Audio in (HI) 43
(LO) 44
Shield 27
Fixed 2 Audio in (HI) 11
(LO) 12
Shield 28
Fixed 3 Audio in (HI) 45
(LO) 46
Shield 29
Fixed 4 Audio in (HI) 13
(LO) 14
Shield 30
Fixed 5 Audio in (HI) 47
(LO) 48
Shield 31
Fixed 6 Audio in (HI) 15
(LO) 16
Shield 32
W1 activation
W2 activation
W3 activation
W4 activation
W5 activation
W6 activation
W7 activation
W8 activation
Warning GND
Warning GND
15
16
17
31
32
33
47
48
49
50
IC Ring Audio in /out 35
IC Ring Audio GND 34
Backup mode control out
P4
Warning Tone
P4
Warning Tone
P4
Warning Tone
P4
Warning Tone
P4
Warning Tone
P4
Warning Tone
P2
LO-active
P1
IC3100
or
EB3100
1
or
600 Ω
load
Figure 15: Wiring - FIX Audio, Alert Tones and IC Ring
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REU6100
21
38
20
(LO)
37
Shield 39
P2
2
3
(LO) 19
36
Shield 4
P2
Speaker1 out (HI)
Speaker2 out (HI)
Control1 out
Control2 out
Control3 out
Control4 out
7
23
24
25
Operator1 PTT in 42
Operator1 Slaved in 26
Operator1 Backup in 10
Operator2 PTT in 29
Operator2 Slaved in 30
Operator2 Backup in 46
Control1 in
Control2 in
Control3 in
Control4 in
Control5 in
Control6 in
5
6
22
11
12
28
Coding Pin
Coding Pin
Coding Pin
Coding Pin
27
10
7
9
Signal GND
Signal GND
Signal GND
Signal GND
8
9
13
14
Cockpit Speaker
Cockpit Speaker
P2
LO-active
P4
P1
H
K
B
ACU1
or
Glass Cockpit
(for variant -(3XX)
P2
P1
H
K
B
ACU2
or
Glass Cockpit
(for variant -(3XX)
P2
LO-active
P1
P2
P3
P4
P2
Figure 16: Wiring - Speaker, Back-up Act., Control and other
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CANbus Connector
The control panels (ACUs, glass cockpit, ...) are connected via two CANbus links (CAN1, CAN2).
When one CANbus fails, the devices automatically switch to the remaining connection.
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Wiring - REU6100 & ACU610X
P2
ACU6
Reset in
V
CAN1 in (HI)
C
CAN1 in (LO)
D
CAN1 in (shield)
P
CAN2 in (HI)
G
CAN2 in (LO)
H
CAN2 in (shield)
S
Device Address Bit0
L
Device Address Bit1
M
Device Address Bit2
A
Device Address Bit3
B
Address Ground
N
Reset out
U
CAN2 out (shield)
T
CAN2 out (LO)
K
CAN2 out (HI)
J
CAN1 out (LO)
F
ACU4
ACU5
121 Ω
121 Ω
G
to + 27.5V DC 2
DC 2 GND
F
to GND DC 2
Dim Control 1 in
E
to DIM-CON 1
Dim Control 2 in
A
to DIM-CON 2
IC Hot Mike in
J
IC-PTT
PTT IN/OUT
H
TX-PTT
Back Up Switch out
B
Slaved Switch out
K
CAN2 in (LO)
H
CAN2 in (shield)
S
Device Address Bit0
L
CAN1 out (LO)
F
Device Address Bit1
M
CAN1 out (HI)
E
Device Address Bit2
A
CAN1 out (shield)
R
Device Address Bit3
B
Reset out
U
Address Ground
N
Device Address Bit0
L
Device Address Bit1
M
Device Address Bit2
A
B
DC 2 + 27.5V
G
J
N
to + 27.5V DC 1
P
CAN2 in (HI)
K
Address Ground
to GND DC 1
D
CAN2 out (HI)
Device Address Bit3
D
CAN1 in (LO)
CAN2 out (LO)
E
C
C
T
R
DC 1 GND
V
CAN1 in (HI)
CAN2 out (shield)
CAN1 out (HI)
DC 1 + 27.5V
P2
CAN1 in (shield)
P2
CAN1 out (shield)
P1
Reset in
Reset in
V
CAN1 in (HI)
C
CAN1 in (LO)
D
P2
U
Reset out
E
CAN1 out (HI)
DC 1 GND
D
to GND DC 1
DC 2 + 27.5V
G
to + 27.5V DC 2
F
to GND DC 2
U
Address Ground
N
Address Ground
N
Reset in
V
CAN1 in (HI)
C
CAN1 in (LO)
D
DC 1 GND
D
to GND DC 1
DC 2 + 27.5V
G
to + 27.5V DC 2
F
to GND DC 2
Dim Control 1 in
E
to DIM-CON 1
Dim Control 2 in
A
to DIM-CON 2
IC Hot Mike in
J
PTT IN/OUT
H
Back Up Switch out
B
to DIM-CON 2
Slaved Switch out
K
IC Hot Mike in
J
K
Reset out
CAN2 out (shield)
to DIM-CON 1
B
B
T
A
Slaved Switch out
Device Address Bit3
B
E
Back Up Switch out
R
A
Dim Control 2 in
H
A
CAN1 out (shield)
Device Address Bit3
Dim Control 1 in
PTT IN/OUT
M
Device Address Bit2
Device Address Bit2
DC 2 GND
to + 27.5V DC 1
Device Address Bit1
E
CAN2 out (LO)
S
C
F
CAN1 out (HI)
CAN2 out (HI)
H
P1
CAN1 out (LO)
J
CAN2 in (LO)
G
L
K
CAN2 in (shield)
P
CAN2 in (HI)
Device Address Bit0
CAN2 out (HI)
L
to + 27.5V DC 1
P2
U
Reset out
E
CAN1 out (HI)
TX-PTT
IC-PTT
TX-PTT
ACU1
A
J
CAN2 out (HI)
Device Address Bit2
CAN2 out (LO)
Device Address Bit3
B
T
CAN2 out (shield)
Address Ground
N
C
to + 27.5V DC 1
DC 1 GND
D
to GND DC 1
CAN2 in (shield)
S
DC 2 + 27.5V
G
to + 27.5V DC 2
DC 2 GND
F
to GND DC 2
Dim Control 1 in
E
to DIM-CON 1
Dim Control 2 in
A
to DIM-CON 2
IC Hot Mike in
J
PTT IN/OUT
H
Back Up Switch out
B
Slaved Switch out
K
to + 27.5V DC 2
DC 2 GND
F
to GND DC 2
Dim Control 1 in
E
to DIM-CON 1
Dim Control 2 in
A
to DIM-CON 2
IC Hot Mike in
J
PTT IN/OUT
H
Back Up Switch out
B
Slaved Switch out
K
U
K
H
G
Reset out
L
CAN2 in (LO)
DC 2 + 27.5V
E
R
M
P1
to + 27.5V DC 1
CAN1 out (HI)
CAN1 out (shield)
Device Address Bit1
DC 1 + 27.5V
to GND DC 1
J
F
Device Address Bit0
P
D
CAN2 out (HI)
CAN1 out (LO)
CAN1 out (shield)
G
C
K
CAN1 out (LO)
CAN2 in (HI)
DC 1 GND
T
CAN2 out (LO)
F
CAN1 in (shield)
DC 1 + 27.5V
P2
CAN2 out (shield)
R
P1
IC-PTT
D
J
K
M
C
CAN1 in (LO)
CAN1 in (shield)
S
CAN2 out (LO)
Device Address Bit1
P1
C
H
Device Address Bit0
DC 1 + 27.5V
V
CAN1 in (HI)
CAN2 in (LO)
CAN1 out (shield)
P
P2
CAN2 in (shield)
T
CAN1 out (LO)
G
Reset in
P2
CAN2 out (shield)
F
CAN2 in (HI)
DC 2 GND
ACU3
R
CAN1 in (shield)
DC 1 + 27.5V
ACU2
Reset in
V
CAN1 in (HI)
C
CAN1 in (LO)
D
CAN1 in (shield)
P
CAN2 in (HI)
G
CAN2 in (LO)
H
CAN2 in (shield)
S
P1
IC-PTT
TX-PTT
IC-PTT
TX-PTT
DC 1 + 27.5V
C
to + 27.5V DC 1
DC 1 GND
D
to GND DC 1
DC 2 + 27.5V
G
to + 27.5V DC 2
DC 2 GND
F
to GND DC 2
Dim Control 1 in
E
to DIM-CON 1
Dim Control 2 in
A
to DIM-CON 2
IC Hot Mike in
J
IC-PTT
PTT IN/OUT
H
TX-PTT
Back Up Switch out
B
Slaved Switch out
K
Reset in
Reset out
CAN1 out (HI)
CAN1 out (LO)
CAN2 out (HI)
J R F E U V
CAN1 out (shield)
CAN2 out (LO)
CAN2 in (shield)
T K
CAN2 out (shield)
CAN2 in (HI)
CAN2 in (LO)
CAN1 in (HI)
CAN1 in (LO)
CAN1 in (shield)
Address Ground
Device Address Bit3
Device Address Bit2
L M A B N P C D G H S
Device Address Bit0
Device Address Bit1
Operator1 PTT in
Coding Pin
Operator1 Slaved in
Operator1 Back-up in
GND
P5
121 Ω
121 Ω
GND DC2
+27.5 VDC2
GND DC1
+27.5 VDC1
P4 49 50 17 33 34 26 10 42 9
DC2 GND
J6
+DC2
Coding Pin
Coding Pin
Coding Pin
Operator2 PTT in
Operator2 Back-up in
Operator2 Slaved in
DC2 GND
+DC2
DC1 GND
GND
+DC1
P1 27 P3 7
+DC1
EM6100
P2 8 35 34 1 18 30 46 29 10
DC1 GND
GND DC2
+27.5 VDC2
The pin assignment of connector P5 is different with the variant REU6100-X-(3XX),
please see related information.
+27.5 VDC1
*
.
GND DC1
Note:
•
Only cable fit for aviation (self-extinguishing) shall be used.
•
Use AWG 20 for power supply and AWG 24 for other cables.
•
Interface lines are each to be laid as 2-core twisted and shielded (AWG 24) cables.
REU6100-X-(XXX)*
Note*:
The pin assignment of connector P5 is different with the variant REU6100-X-(3XX). Please refer to related wirings.
Figure 17: Wiring - REU6100 & ACU610X
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Wiring - REU6100 & ACU610X with Service Connector (Option)
P2
ACU6
Reset in
V
CAN1 in (HI)
C
CAN1 in (LO)
D
CAN1 in (shield)
P
CAN2 in (HI)
G
CAN2 in (LO)
H
CAN2 in (shield)
S
Device Address Bit0
L
Device Address Bit1
M
Device Address Bit2
A
Device Address Bit3
B
Address Ground
N
Reset out
U
CAN2 out (shield)
T
CAN2 out (LO)
K
CAN2 out (HI)
J
CAN1 out (LO)
F
ACU4
ACU5
121 Ω
121 Ω
G
to + 27.5V DC 2
DC 2 GND
F
to GND DC 2
Dim Control 1 in
E
to DIM-CON 1
Dim Control 2 in
A
to DIM-CON 2
IC Hot Mike in
J
IC-PTT
PTT IN/OUT
H
TX-PTT
Back Up Switch out
B
Slaved Switch out
K
CAN2 in (LO)
H
CAN2 in (shield)
S
Device Address Bit0
L
CAN1 out (LO)
F
Device Address Bit1
M
CAN1 out (HI)
E
Device Address Bit2
A
CAN1 out (shield)
R
Device Address Bit3
B
Reset out
U
Address Ground
N
Device Address Bit0
L
Device Address Bit1
M
Device Address Bit2
A
B
DC 2 + 27.5V
G
J
N
to + 27.5V DC 1
P
CAN2 in (HI)
K
Address Ground
to GND DC 1
D
CAN2 out (HI)
Device Address Bit3
D
CAN1 in (LO)
CAN2 out (LO)
E
C
C
T
R
DC 1 GND
V
CAN1 in (HI)
CAN2 out (shield)
CAN1 out (HI)
DC 1 + 27.5V
P2
CAN1 in (shield)
P2
CAN1 out (shield)
P1
Reset in
Reset in
V
CAN1 in (HI)
C
CAN1 in (LO)
D
P2
U
Reset out
E
CAN1 out (HI)
DC 1 GND
D
to GND DC 1
DC 2 + 27.5V
G
to + 27.5V DC 2
F
to GND DC 2
U
Address Ground
N
Address Ground
N
Reset in
V
CAN1 in (HI)
C
CAN1 in (LO)
D
DC 1 GND
D
to GND DC 1
DC 2 + 27.5V
G
to + 27.5V DC 2
F
to GND DC 2
Dim Control 1 in
E
to DIM-CON 1
Dim Control 2 in
A
to DIM-CON 2
IC Hot Mike in
J
PTT IN/OUT
H
Back Up Switch out
B
to DIM-CON 2
Slaved Switch out
K
IC Hot Mike in
J
K
Reset out
CAN2 out (shield)
to DIM-CON 1
Slaved Switch out
B
T
A
B
Device Address Bit3
B
E
Back Up Switch out
R
A
Dim Control 2 in
H
A
CAN1 out (shield)
Device Address Bit3
Dim Control 1 in
PTT IN/OUT
M
Device Address Bit2
Device Address Bit2
DC 2 GND
to + 27.5V DC 1
Device Address Bit1
E
CAN2 out (LO)
S
C
F
CAN1 out (HI)
CAN2 out (HI)
H
P1
CAN1 out (LO)
J
CAN2 in (LO)
G
L
K
CAN2 in (shield)
P
CAN2 in (HI)
Device Address Bit0
CAN2 out (HI)
L
to + 27.5V DC 1
P2
U
Reset out
E
CAN1 out (HI)
TX-PTT
IC-PTT
TX-PTT
ACU1
A
J
CAN2 out (HI)
Device Address Bit2
CAN2 out (LO)
Device Address Bit3
B
T
CAN2 out (shield)
Address Ground
N
C
to + 27.5V DC 1
DC 1 GND
D
to GND DC 1
CAN2 in (shield)
S
DC 2 + 27.5V
G
to + 27.5V DC 2
DC 2 GND
F
to GND DC 2
Dim Control 1 in
E
to DIM-CON 1
Dim Control 2 in
A
to DIM-CON 2
IC Hot Mike in
J
PTT IN/OUT
H
Back Up Switch out
B
Slaved Switch out
K
to + 27.5V DC 2
DC 2 GND
F
to GND DC 2
Dim Control 1 in
E
to DIM-CON 1
Dim Control 2 in
A
to DIM-CON 2
IC Hot Mike in
J
IC-PTT
PTT IN/OUT
H
TX-PTT
Back Up Switch out
B
Slaved Switch out
K
U
K
H
G
Reset out
L
CAN2 in (LO)
DC 2 + 27.5V
E
R
M
P1
to + 27.5V DC 1
CAN1 out (HI)
CAN1 out (shield)
Device Address Bit1
DC 1 + 27.5V
to GND DC 1
J
F
Device Address Bit0
P
D
CAN2 out (HI)
CAN1 out (LO)
CAN1 out (shield)
G
C
K
CAN1 out (LO)
CAN2 in (HI)
DC 1 GND
T
CAN2 out (LO)
F
CAN1 in (shield)
DC 1 + 27.5V
P2
CAN2 out (shield)
R
P1
IC-PTT
D
J
K
M
C
CAN1 in (LO)
CAN1 in (shield)
S
CAN2 out (LO)
Device Address Bit1
P1
C
H
Device Address Bit0
DC 1 + 27.5V
V
CAN1 in (HI)
CAN2 in (LO)
CAN1 out (shield)
P
P2
CAN2 in (shield)
T
CAN1 out (LO)
G
Reset in
P2
CAN2 out (shield)
F
CAN2 in (HI)
DC 2 GND
ACU3
R
CAN1 in (shield)
DC 1 + 27.5V
ACU2
Reset in
V
CAN1 in (HI)
C
CAN1 in (LO)
D
CAN1 in (shield)
P
CAN2 in (HI)
G
CAN2 in (LO)
H
CAN2 in (shield)
S
P1
IC-PTT
TX-PTT
DC 1 + 27.5V
C
to + 27.5V DC 1
DC 1 GND
D
to GND DC 1
DC 2 + 27.5V
G
to + 27.5V DC 2
DC 2 GND
F
to GND DC 2
Dim Control 1 in
E
to DIM-CON 1
Dim Control 2 in
A
to DIM-CON 2
IC Hot Mike in
J
IC-PTT
TX-PTT
PTT IN/OUT
H
Back Up Switch out
B
Slaved Switch out
K
Service Connector
(optional)
9-pol. D-Sub
connector
7
2
121 Ω
121 Ω
Reset in
Reset out
CAN1 out (HI)
CAN1 out (LO)
CAN2 out (HI)
J R F E U V
CAN1 out (shield)
T K
CAN2 out (LO)
CAN2 in (shield)
CAN2 in (HI)
CAN2 in (LO)
CAN1 in (HI)
CAN1 in (LO)
CAN1 in (shield)
Address Ground
Device Address Bit3
Device Address Bit2
L M A B N P C D G H S
Device Address Bit0
Device Address Bit1
Operator1 PTT in
Coding Pin
Operator1 Slaved in
Operator1 Back-up in
GND
P5
CAN2 out (shield)
GND DC2
+27.5 VDC2
GND DC1
+27.5 VDC1
P4 49 50 17 33 34 26 10 42 9
DC2 GND
J6
+DC2
Coding Pin
Coding Pin
Coding Pin
Operator2 PTT in
Operator2 Back-up in
Operator2 Slaved in
DC2 GND
+DC2
DC1 GND
GND
+DC1
P1 27 P3 7
+DC1
EM6100
P2 8 35 34 1 18 30 46 29 10
DC1 GND
GND DC2
+27.5 VDC2
The pin assignment of connector P5 is different with the variant REU6100-X-(3XX),
please see related information.
+27.5 VDC1
*
.
GND DC1
Note:
•
Only cable fit for aviation (self-extinguishing) shall be used.
•
Use AWG 20 for power supply and AWG 24 for other cables.
•
Interface lines are each to be laid as 2-core twisted and shielded (AWG 24) cables.
REU6100-X-(XXX)*
Note*:
The pin assignment of connector P5 is different with the variant REU6100-X-(3XX). Please refer to related wirings.
Figure 18: Wiring - REU6100 & ACU610X with Service Connector (Option)
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Wiring - REU6100 & ACU6100 (Fixed-Wing Version) with Service Connector (Option)
P2
ACU6
Reset in
V
CAN1 in (HI)
C
CAN1 in (LO)
D
CAN1 in (shield)
P
CAN2 in (HI)
G
CAN2 in (LO)
H
CAN2 in (shield)
S
Device Address Bit0
L
Device Address Bit1
M
Device Address Bit2
A
Device Address Bit3
B
Address Ground
N
Reset out
U
CAN2 out (shield)
T
CAN2 out (LO)
K
CAN2 out (HI)
J
CAN1 out (LO)
F
ACU4
ACU5
121 Ω
121 Ω
G
to + 27.5V DC 2
DC 2 GND
F
to GND DC 2
Dim Control 1 in
E
to DIM-CON 1
Dim Control 2 in
A
to DIM-CON 2
IC Hot Mike in
J
IC-PTT
PTT IN/OUT
H
TX-PTT
Back Up Switch out
B
Slaved Switch out
K
CAN2 in (LO)
H
CAN2 in (shield)
S
Device Address Bit0
L
CAN1 out (LO)
F
Device Address Bit1
M
CAN1 out (HI)
E
Device Address Bit2
A
CAN1 out (shield)
R
Device Address Bit3
B
Reset out
U
Address Ground
N
Device Address Bit0
L
Device Address Bit1
M
Device Address Bit2
A
B
DC 2 + 27.5V
G
J
N
to + 27.5V DC 1
P
CAN2 in (HI)
K
Address Ground
to GND DC 1
D
CAN2 out (HI)
Device Address Bit3
D
CAN1 in (LO)
CAN2 out (LO)
E
C
C
T
R
DC 1 GND
V
CAN1 in (HI)
CAN2 out (shield)
CAN1 out (HI)
DC 1 + 27.5V
P2
CAN1 in (shield)
P2
CAN1 out (shield)
P1
Reset in
Reset in
V
CAN1 in (HI)
C
CAN1 in (LO)
D
P2
U
Reset out
E
CAN1 out (HI)
DC 1 GND
D
to GND DC 1
DC 2 + 27.5V
G
to + 27.5V DC 2
F
to GND DC 2
U
Address Ground
N
Address Ground
N
Reset in
V
CAN1 in (HI)
C
CAN1 in (LO)
D
DC 1 GND
D
to GND DC 1
DC 2 + 27.5V
G
to + 27.5V DC 2
F
to GND DC 2
Dim Control 1 in
E
to DIM-CON 1
Dim Control 2 in
A
to DIM-CON 2
IC Hot Mike in
J
PTT IN/OUT
H
Back Up Switch out
B
to DIM-CON 2
Slaved Switch out
K
IC Hot Mike in
J
K
Reset out
CAN2 out (shield)
to DIM-CON 1
Slaved Switch out
B
T
A
B
Device Address Bit3
B
E
Back Up Switch out
R
A
Dim Control 2 in
H
A
CAN1 out (shield)
Device Address Bit3
Dim Control 1 in
PTT IN/OUT
M
Device Address Bit2
Device Address Bit2
DC 2 GND
to + 27.5V DC 1
Device Address Bit1
E
CAN2 out (LO)
S
C
F
CAN1 out (HI)
CAN2 out (HI)
H
P1
CAN1 out (LO)
J
CAN2 in (LO)
G
L
K
CAN2 in (shield)
P
CAN2 in (HI)
Device Address Bit0
CAN2 out (HI)
L
to + 27.5V DC 1
P2
U
Reset out
E
CAN1 out (HI)
TX-PTT
IC-PTT
TX-PTT
ACU1
A
J
CAN2 out (HI)
Device Address Bit2
CAN2 out (LO)
Device Address Bit3
B
T
CAN2 out (shield)
Address Ground
N
C
to + 27.5V DC 1
DC 1 GND
D
to GND DC 1
CAN2 in (shield)
S
DC 2 + 27.5V
G
to + 27.5V DC 2
DC 2 GND
F
to GND DC 2
Dim Control 1 in
E
to DIM-CON 1
Dim Control 2 in
A
to DIM-CON 2
IC Hot Mike in
J
PTT IN/OUT
H
Back Up Switch out
B
Slaved Switch out
K
to + 27.5V DC 2
DC 2 GND
F
to GND DC 2
Dim Control 1 in
E
to DIM-CON 1
Dim Control 2 in
A
to DIM-CON 2
IC Hot Mike in
J
IC-PTT
PTT IN/OUT
H
TX-PTT
Back Up Switch out
B
Slaved Switch out
K
U
K
H
G
Reset out
L
CAN2 in (LO)
DC 2 + 27.5V
E
R
M
P1
to + 27.5V DC 1
CAN1 out (HI)
CAN1 out (shield)
Device Address Bit1
DC 1 + 27.5V
to GND DC 1
J
F
Device Address Bit0
P
D
CAN2 out (HI)
CAN1 out (LO)
CAN1 out (shield)
G
C
K
CAN1 out (LO)
CAN2 in (HI)
DC 1 GND
T
CAN2 out (LO)
F
CAN1 in (shield)
DC 1 + 27.5V
P2
CAN2 out (shield)
R
P1
IC-PTT
D
J
K
M
C
CAN1 in (LO)
CAN1 in (shield)
S
CAN2 out (LO)
Device Address Bit1
P1
C
H
Device Address Bit0
DC 1 + 27.5V
V
CAN1 in (HI)
CAN2 in (LO)
CAN1 out (shield)
P
P2
CAN2 in (shield)
T
CAN1 out (LO)
G
Reset in
P2
CAN2 out (shield)
F
CAN2 in (HI)
DC 2 GND
ACU3
R
CAN1 in (shield)
DC 1 + 27.5V
ACU2
Reset in
V
CAN1 in (HI)
C
CAN1 in (LO)
D
CAN1 in (shield)
P
CAN2 in (HI)
G
CAN2 in (LO)
H
CAN2 in (shield)
S
P1
IC-PTT
TX-PTT
DC 1 + 27.5V
C
to + 27.5V DC 1
DC 1 GND
D
to GND DC 1
DC 2 + 27.5V
G
to + 27.5V DC 2
DC 2 GND
F
to GND DC 2
Dim Control 1 in
E
to DIM-CON 1
Dim Control 2 in
A
to DIM-CON 2
IC Hot Mike in
J
IC-PTT
TX-PTT
PTT IN/OUT
H
Back Up Switch out
B
Slaved Switch out
K
Service Connector
(optional)
9-pol. D-Sub
connector
7
2
121 Ω
121 Ω
Reset in
Reset out
CAN1 out (HI)
CAN1 out (LO)
CAN2 out (HI)
J R F E U V
CAN1 out (shield)
T K
CAN2 out (LO)
CAN2 in (shield)
CAN2 in (HI)
CAN2 in (LO)
CAN1 in (HI)
CAN1 in (LO)
CAN1 in (shield)
Address Ground
Device Address Bit3
Device Address Bit2
L M A B N P C D G H S
Device Address Bit0
Device Address Bit1
Operator1 PTT in
Coding Pin
Operator1 Slaved in
Operator1 Back-up in
GND
P5
CAN2 out (shield)
GND DC2
+27.5 VDC2
GND DC1
+27.5 VDC1
P4 49 50 17 33 34 26 10 42 9
DC2 GND
J6
+DC2
Coding Pin
Coding Pin
Coding Pin
Operator2 PTT in
Operator2 Back-up in
Operator2 Slaved in
DC2 GND
+DC2
DC1 GND
GND
+DC1
P1 27 P3 7
+DC1
EM6100
P2 8 35 34 1 18 30 46 29 10
DC1 GND
GND DC2
+27.5 VDC2
The pin assignment of connector P5 is different with the variant REU6100-X-(3XX),
please see related information.
+27.5 VDC1
*
.
GND DC1
Note:
•
Only cable fit for aviation (self-extinguishing) shall be used.
•
Use AWG 20 for power supply and AWG 24 for other cables.
•
Interface lines are each to be laid as 2-core twisted and shielded (AWG 24) cables.
REU6100-X-(XXX)*
Note*:
The pin assignment of connector P5 is different with the variant REU6100-X-(3XX). Please refer to related wirings.
Figure 19: Wiring - REU6100 & ACU6100 (Fixed-Wing Version) with Service Connector (Option)
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Wiring - REU6100-X-(3XX) & ACU610X
P2
CAN2 in (HI)
G
CAN 2 in (LO)
H
CAN2 in (shield)
S
Device Address Bit0
L
Device Address Bit1
M
Device Address Bit2
A
Device Address Bit3
B
Address Ground
N
Reset out
U
CAN2 out (shield)
T
CAN 2 out (LO)
K
CAN2 out (HI)
J
CAN 1 out (LO)
F
ACU5
121 Ω
121 Ω
CAN2 out (shield)
G
to + 27.5V DC 2
DC 2 GND
F
to GND DC 2
Dim Control 1 in
E
to DIM-CON 1
Dim Control 2 in
A
to DIM-CON 2
IC Hot Mike in
J
IC-PTT
PTT IN/OUT
H
TX-PTT
Back Up Switch out
B
Slaved Switch out
K
H
L
CAN1 out (LO)
F
Device Address Bit1
M
CAN1 out (HI)
E
Device Address Bit2
A
CAN1 out (shield)
R
Device Address Bit3
B
Reset out
U
Address Ground
N
Device Address Bit0
L
Device Address Bit1
M
Device Address Bit2
A
B
DC 2 + 27.5V
CAN2 in (LO)
S
N
to + 27.5V DC 1
G
CAN2 in (shield)
Address Ground
to GND DC 1
CAN2 in (HI)
Device Address Bit0
Device Address Bit3
D
P
J
E
C
CAN1 in (shield)
K
R
DC 1 GND
D
CAN2 out (HI)
CAN1 out (HI)
DC 1 + 27.5V
CAN1 in (LO)
CAN2 out (LO)
CAN1 out (shield)
P1
V
C
P2
T
P2
Reset in
V
CAN1 in (HI)
C
CAN1 in (LO)
D
CAN1 in (shield)
P
CAN2 in (HI)
G
CAN2 in (LO)
H
CAN2 in (shield)
S
DC 1 + 27.5V
P1
P2
U
Reset out
E
CAN1 out (HI)
ACU2
ACU3
C
to + 27.5V DC 1
DC 1 GND
D
to GND DC 1
DC 2 + 27.5V
G
to + 27.5V DC 2
DC 2 GND
F
to GND DC 2
L
CAN1 out (LO)
F
Device Address Bit1
M
CAN1 out (HI)
E
Device Address Bit2
A
CAN1 out (shield)
R
Device Address Bit3
B
Reset out
U
Address Ground
N
L
M
J
CAN2 out (HI)
Device Address Bit2
A
K
CAN2 out (LO)
Device Address Bit3
B
T
CAN2 out (shield)
Address Ground
N
Reset in
V
CAN1 in (HI)
C
CAN1 in (LO)
D
D
to GND DC 1
to + 27.5V DC 2
DC 2 GND
F
to GND DC 2
Dim Control 1 in
E
to DIM-CON 1
Dim Control 2 in
A
to DIM-CON 2
IC Hot Mike in
J
PTT IN/OUT
H
Dim Control 1 in
E
to DIM-CON 1
Back Up Switch out
B
Dim Control 2 in
A
to DIM-CON 2
Slaved Switch out
K
IC Hot Mike in
J
IC-PTT
PTT IN/OUT
H
TX-PTT
Back Up Switch out
B
Slaved Switch out
K
CAN1 in (shield)
P
CAN2 in (HI)
G
CAN2 in (LO)
H
CAN2 in (shield)
S
P2
U
TX-PTT
C
to + 27.5V DC 1
DC 1 GND
D
to GND DC 1
DC 2 + 27.5V
G
to + 27.5V DC 2
CAN2 out (shield)
CAN2 out (LO)
P2
T
K
CAN2 out (HI)
J
CAN1 out (LO)
F
CAN1 out (HI)
E
CAN1 out (shield)
R
Reset out
U
E
CAN1 out (HI)
F
CAN1 out (LO)
Device Address Bit0
L
R
CAN1 out (shield)
Device Address Bit1
M
A
J
CAN2 out (HI)
Device Address Bit2
K
CAN2 out (LO)
Device Address Bit3
B
T
CAN2 out (shield)
Address Ground
N
DC 1 + 27.5V
DC 1 + 27.5V
ACU1
Reset out
P1
IC-PTT
G
J
Device Address Bit1
G
P
CAN2 in (HI)
S
K
Device Address Bit0
DC 1 GND
D
Device Address Bit0
CAN2 out (LO)
CAN1 out (shield)
DC 2 + 27.5V
CAN1 in (LO)
H
CAN1 out (LO)
to + 27.5V DC 1
C
CAN2 in (LO)
F
C
V
CAN1 in (HI)
CAN2 in (shield)
T
CAN2 out (HI)
P1
P2
CAN1 in (shield)
P2
CAN2 out (shield)
R
DC 1 + 27.5V
Reset in
P1
C
to + 27.5V DC 1
DC 1 GND
D
to GND DC 1
DC 2 + 27.5V
G
to + 27.5V DC 2
DC 2 GND
F
to GND DC 2
Dim Control 1 in
E
to DIM-CON 1
Dim Control 2 in
A
to DIM-CON 2
IC Hot Mike in
J
IC-PTT
PTT IN/OUT
H
TX-PTT
DC 2 GND
F
to GND DC 2
Dim Control 1 in
E
to DIM-CON 1
Back Up Switch out
B
Dim Control 2 in
A
to DIM-CON 2
Slaved Switch out
K
IC Hot Mike in
J
IC-PTT
PTT IN/OUT
H
TX-PTT
Back Up Switch out
B
Slaved Switch out
K
Reset in
V
CAN1 in (HI)
C
CAN1 in (LO)
D
CAN1 in (shield)
P
CAN2 in (HI)
G
CAN2 in (LO)
H
CAN2 in (shield)
S
P1
DC 1 + 27.5V
C
to + 27.5V DC 1
DC 1 GND
D
to GND DC 1
DC 2 + 27.5V
G
to + 27.5V DC 2
DC 2 GND
F
to GND DC 2
Dim Control 1 in
E
to DIM-CON 1
Dim Control 2 in
A
to DIM-CON 2
IC Hot Mike in
J
IC-PTT
PTT IN/OUT
H
TX-PTT
Back Up Switch out
B
Slaved Switch out
K
GND DC2
T K
CAN2 in/out (shield)
1TX+
Serial IF Ground
1TX- / 1TX
1RX-
1RX+ / 1TX
CH1 Ground
0RX-
CH0 Ground
L M A B N P C D G H S
0RX+ / 0RX
Operator1 PTT in
Coding Pin
Operator1 Slaved in
Operator1 Back-up in
GND
DC2 GND
P5
0TX+
0TX- / 0TX
+27.5 VDC2
GND DC1
+27.5 VDC1
P4 49 50 17 33 34 26 10 42 9
+DC2
J6
+DC1
Coding Pin
Coding Pin
Coding Pin
Operator2 PTT in
Operator2 Back-up in
Operator2 Slaved in
DC2 GND
+DC2
DC1 GND
P1 27 P3 7
DC1 GND
GND DC2
+27.5 VDC2
EM6100
8 35 34 1 18 30 46 29 10
GND
P2
GND DC1
+27.5 VDC1
The pin assignment of connector P5 is different with the variant not -(3XX),
please see related information.
+DC1
*
.
121 Ω
Note:
•
Only cable fit for aviation (self-extinguishing) shall be used.
•
Use AWG 20 for power supply and AWG 24 for other cables.
•
Interface lines are each to be laid as 2-core twisted and shielded (AWG 24) cables.
J R F E U V
Reset in
P
Reset in
CAN1 in (HI)
Reset out
CAN1 in (shield)
ACU4
121 Ω
D
CAN1 in/out (HI)
CAN 1 in (LO)
CAN1 in/out (LO)
C
CAN1 in/out (shield)
V
CAN 1 in (HI)
CAN2 in/out (HI)
Reset in
CAN2 in/out (LO)
ACU6
REU6100-X-(3XX)
Note:
The pin assignment of connector P5 is different with the variant not -(3XX). Please refer to related wirings.
Figure 20: Wiring - REU6100-X-(3XX) & ACU610X
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Wiring - REU6100-X-(3XX) & ACU610X & Glass Cockpit with Service Connector
Wiring - REU6100-X-(3XX) & ACU610X & Glass Cockpit with Service Connector
P2
CAN1 in (LO)
D
CAN1 in (shield)
P
CAN2 in (HI)
G
CAN2 in (LO)
H
CAN2 in (shield)
S
Device Address Bit0
L
Device Address Bit1
M
Device Address Bit2
A
Device Address Bit3
B
Address Ground
N
Reset out
U
CAN2 out (shield)
T
CAN2 out (LO)
K
CAN2 out (HI)
J
CAN1 out (LO)
F
ACU4
ACU5
121 Ω
121 Ω
S
L
CAN1 out (LO)
F
Device Address Bit1
M
CAN1 out (HI)
E
Device Address Bit2
A
CAN1 out (shield)
R
Device Address Bit3
B
Reset out
U
Address Ground
N
Device Address Bit0
L
Device Address Bit1
M
Device Address Bit2
A
B
N
Reset in
V
CAN1 in (HI)
C
D
to GND DC 1
G
to + 27.5V DC 2
DC 2 GND
F
to GND DC 2
Dim Control 1 in
E
to DIM-CON 1
Dim Control 2 in
A
to DIM-CON 2
IC Hot Mike in
J
PTT IN/OUT
H
Back Up Switch out
B
Slaved Switch out
K
IC-PTT
TX-PTT
G
Device Address Bit0
Address Ground
DC 1 GND
P
CAN2 in (HI)
J
CAN2 out (HI)
Device Address Bit3
DC 2 + 27.5V
D
H
E
to + 27.5V DC 1
CAN1 in (LO)
CAN2 in (LO)
T
K
R
C
V
C
CAN1 in (shield)
P2
CAN2 out (LO)
CAN1 out (HI)
P1
P2
CAN2 in (shield)
CAN2 out (shield)
CAN1 out (shield)
DC 1 + 27.5V
Reset in
CAN1 in (HI)
P2
U
Reset out
E
CAN1 out (HI)
ACU3
A
J
CAN2 out (HI)
Device Address Bit2
K
CAN2 out (LO)
Device Address Bit3
B
T
CAN2 out (shield)
Address Ground
N
C
to + 27.5V DC 1
CAN2 in (LO)
H
DC 1 GND
D
to GND DC 1
CAN2 in (shield)
S
DC 2 + 27.5V
G
to + 27.5V DC 2
DC 2 GND
F
to GND DC 2
Dim Control 1 in
E
to DIM-CON 1
Dim Control 2 in
A
to DIM-CON 2
IC Hot Mike in
J
G
to + 27.5V DC 2
U
L
P1
DC 2 + 27.5V
Reset out
M
DC 1 + 27.5V
to + 27.5V DC 1
E
R
Device Address Bit1
G
to GND DC 1
CAN1 out (HI)
CAN1 out (shield)
Device Address Bit0
CAN2 in (HI)
D
J
F
CAN1 out (shield)
P
C
CAN2 out (HI)
CAN1 out (LO)
CAN1 out (LO)
D
P1
K
F
CAN1 in (LO)
DC 1 GND
T
CAN2 out (LO)
R
CAN1 in (shield)
DC 1 + 27.5V
P2
CAN2 out (shield)
PTT IN/OUT
H
DC 2 GND
F
to GND DC 2
Dim Control 1 in
E
to DIM-CON 1
Back Up Switch out
B
Dim Control 2 in
A
to DIM-CON 2
Slaved Switch out
K
IC Hot Mike in
J
IC-PTT
PTT IN/OUT
H
TX-PTT
Back Up Switch out
B
Slaved Switch out
K
IC-PTT
TX-PTT
Reset in
V
CAN1 in (HI)
C
CAN1 in (LO)
D
CAN1 in (shield)
P
CAN2 in (HI)
G
CAN2 in (LO)
H
CAN2 in (shield)
S
P1
IC-PTT
DC 1 + 27.5V
C
to + 27.5V DC 1
DC 1 GND
D
to GND DC 1
DC 2 + 27.5V
G
to + 27.5V DC 2
DC 2 GND
F
to GND DC 2
Dim Control 1 in
E
to DIM-CON 1
Dim Control 2 in
A
to DIM-CON 2
IC Hot Mike in
J
IC-PTT
TX-PTT
PTT IN/OUT
H
Back Up Switch out
B
Slaved Switch out
K
TX-PTT
Display 1
Service Connector
(optional)
Display 2
TX-PTT
9-pol. D-Sub
connector
IC-PTT
7
2
121 Ω
GND DC2
CAN2 in/out (HI)
J R F E U V
CAN1 in/out (shield)
CAN2 in/out (LO)
T K
CAN2 in/out (shield)
1TX+
Serial IF Ground
1TX- / 1TX
1RX-
1RX+ / 1TX
CH1 Ground
0RX-
CH0 Ground
L M A B N P C D G H S
0RX+ / 0RX
Operator1 PTT in
Coding Pin
Operator1 Slaved in
Operator1 Back-up in
GND
DC2 GND
P5
0TX+
0TX- / 0TX
+27.5 VDC2
GND DC1
+27.5 VDC1
P4 49 50 17 33 34 26 10 42 9
+DC2
J6
+DC1
Coding Pin
Coding Pin
Coding Pin
Operator2 PTT in
Operator2 Back-up in
Operator2 Slaved in
DC2 GND
+DC2
DC1 GND
P1 27 P3 7
DC1 GND
GND DC2
+27.5 VDC2
EM6100
8 35 34 1 18 30 46 29 10
GND
P2
GND DC1
+27.5 VDC1
The pin assignment of connector P5 is different with the variant not -(3XX),
please see related information.
+DC1
*
.
121 Ω
Note:
•
Only cable fit for aviation (self-extinguishing) shall be used.
•
Use AWG 20 for power supply and AWG 24 for other cables.
•
Interface lines are each to be laid as 2-core twisted and shielded (AWG 24) cables.
Reset in
C
Reset out
V
CAN1 in (HI)
CAN1 in/out (HI)
Reset in
CAN1 in/out (LO)
ACU6
REU6100-X-(3XX)
Note:
The pin assignment of connector P5 is different with the variant not -(3XX). Please refer to related wirings.
Figure 21: Wiring - REU6100-X-(3XX) & ACU610X & Glass Cockpit with Service Connector
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2.8
Configuration
The configuration of the DVCS6100 can be changed and edited by using a personal computer or
laptop with the related software CSW6100.
Configuration Software (CSW6100)
•
•
The configuration software CSW6100 and the related user manual is part of the
configuration software set.
o Details see "Accessories", page 32 - Configuration Software Set.
All data for REU6100 are stored in the REU6100 and the EM6100 if connected.
EM6100
With the power-on of the REU6100 all data from a connected external memory
module (EM6100) overwrites the existing data from the REU6100 internal
memory.
Before a replacement of a memory module (EM6100):
•
2.8.2.1
Save the already existing configuration data from REU6100 for security
reasons and for reuse with other devices.
Programming of the EM6100
For detailed information please read manual "CSW6100 ...".
(www.becker-avionics.com/downloads/ → Intercom).
2.9
Communication Interfaces
CANbus Protocol for REU6100
•
Use the CANbus protocol for control data interchange between REU6100 and ACU610X.
RS232/RS422 Protocol for REU6100
•
Use the RS232/RS422 protocol for data interchange between REU6100-X-(3XX) and
glass cockpit or between two REU6100-X-(3XX) as multi-REU application.
Details on request.
For relevant department and addresses, please see contact info page 2.
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REU6100 Functions
Headset
The REU6100 can operate up to six headsets with dynamic or standard microphones.
•
The sensitivity of the microphone input and the level of the phone output can be
configured.
PTT Key
The standard input for the PTT activation is the ACU610X (user interface).
•
•
•
•
2.10.2.1
The REU6100 receives the PTT command via CANbus and can control eight transmitters.
By the configuration setup all users can be configured for high or low PTT priority.
If some users have the same priority level, the priority is given to the user who first push
the Transmit-PTT (TX-PTT).
o Transmit-PTT has always priority over Intercom-PTT (IC-PTT).
The permission to use Transmit-PTT can be individual configured for all ACU610X. Only
back-up mode PTT of the pilot and copilot are directly connected to the REU6100.
PTT Stuck Detection
The REU6100 has a stuck PTT timer.
•
•
The PTT activation to a radio stops automatically after 180 s of continuous transmission.
The PTT stuck detection can be enabled or disabled by the configuration setup*.
*For more information refer to the software manual "CSW6100... "
(www.becker-avionics.com/downloads/ → Intercom).
Output Level TX-Devices
•
The REU6100 has a variable output level from 0.07…1.5 V/150 Ω (adjustable with the
configuration software CSW6100).
Input Level TX-Devices
•
The REU6100 has a variable input level from the TX-devices 2.5…20 V/600 Ω balanced.
Input Level RX-Devices
The REU6100 has a variable input level from the RX-devices 2.5…20 V/600 Ω balanced.
•
•
All eight receiver channels can be configured to be under VOICE filter control.
All eight receiver channels can be configured to be under Marker Mute filter control.
Sidetone
•
•
The REU6100 can be configured individually on all eight transmitter channels for natural,
artificial and duplex sidetone.
The sidetone level can be adjusted in 3 dB steps from 0 …- 15 dB.
Forced Monitoring
•
Forced monitoring of transceivers can be individual enabled and the output level can be
adjusted with the configuration software CSW6100 for all operators with ACU610X.
Audio Muting
The REU6100 can operate with unmuted intercom and transmitter audio during transmit mode.
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Monitoring of selected transmitter radios and the intercom audio during transmit mode can
be enabled or disabled by the configuration setup* of REU6100 for any operator with
ACU610X.
RX-channels are always muted during transmit mode.
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FIX Input Channels (Warning Audio Tones)
The REU6100 has six direct input channels:
•
•
Three direct input channels with input sensitivity adjustable from 5…40 V with the
configuration software. No volume control during operation possible.
Three direct input channels with input sensitivity adjustable from 2.5…20 V with the
configuration software. Control with main volume control during operation possible.
TX, RX, FIX input-channels and alert tones are selectable by the configuration
setup*.
*For more information refer to the software manual "CSW6100... "
(www.becker-avionics.com/downloads/ → Intercom).
Speaker
The REU6100 has two adjustable speaker outputs.
•
•
One can be controlled from the pilot audio control device.
One can be controlled from the copilot audio control device.
Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR)
The REU6100 has two cockpit voice recorder outputs for the combined mike and phone signal.
•
•
One for pilot.
One for copilot.
Alert Tones
The REU6100 has eight predefined alert tones.
•
•
•
Each tone can be started by a discrete input signal (low active).
All types of tones are listed (see "Tone Generator" page 24).
A separate discrete input can be used to cancel the warning tones by an external switch.
For special mission configuration some of the discrete inputs can be configured
for other functions e.g.:
•
The input alert tone 1 to Guard Radio PTT
•
The input alert tone 2 to 3rd-IC-circuit control input.
This input disconnects all users connected to the 3rd-IC-circuit
configured with the configuration software.
•
The input alert tone 3…8 to 6 IC-PTT keys (headset without ACU
configuration).
•
The input alert tone 3…8 to 6 TX-PTT keys (headset without ACU
configuration).
•
The alert tones 1...8 are not available if relay mode is configured.
•
The alert tones 1...8 are not available if external TX indication is
configured (only in multi-REU applications).
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Signal Tones
•
•
The REU6100 has two signal tones:
o The intercom request signal.
o The E-call signal.
Both signals can be enabled or disabled by the configuration setup*.
*For more information refer to the software manual "CSW6100... "
(www.becker-avionics.com/downloads/ → Intercom).
Activation Signal Tones
•
The REU6100 can operate with external switches for the signal tones intercom request
and E-call.
Activation - Selective Call
•
•
The REU6100 has a selective call activation input.
This input can be enabled or disabled by the configuration setup*.
Detailed information see ACU610X manuals
(www.becker-avionics.com/downloads/ → Intercom).
*For more information refer to the software manual "CSW6100... "
(www.becker-avionics.com/downloads/ → Intercom).
For special mission configuration some of the discrete inputs can be used for
other functions e.g.:
•
The input selective call to Guard Radio PTT.
Winchman Operation
The winchman function includes VOX-level and volume-level adjustments without access to a control
device.
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•
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The winchman functionality can be given to any ACU610X or headset (without installed
ACU610X) by the configuration setup.
With two external push buttons the VOX-level and volume-level can be remotely controlled
by the winchman operator.
o Push one of the two external push buttons and the winchman function will be
started.
o This enables the winchman to increase the VOX-level and the volume-level for his
headset.
VOX-level adjustment:
o Push the VOX-level button for a short time (0.3 ...≤ 3 s),
the VOX-level is increased until the maximum value is reached.
o Push the button ≥ 3 s,
the VOX-level is reset to the value selected on the related ACU panel.
o The VOX-level is reset too,
when the volume control or VOX control on the ACU is changed
Volume level adjustment:
o Push the volume level button for a short time (0.3 ...≤ 3 s),
the volume level is increased until the maximum value is reached.
o Push the button ≥ 3 s,
the volume level is reset to the value selected on the related ACU panel.
o The volume level is reset too,
when the main volume control or VOX control on the related ACU is changed.
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Intercom Circuits
The REU6100 can operate in different intercom circuits:
•
•
•
•
•
Cockpit crew.
Cabin crew.
IC-ring line
(connected to the cabin, cockpit or 3rd-IC-circuit; configurable by the configuration setup*).
3rd-IC-circuit (has to be controlled by an external switch).
Cockpit and cabin intercom circuits can be directly controlled by the ACU610X.
*For more information refer to the software manual "CSW6100... "
(www.becker-avionics.com/downloads/ → Intercom).
HS3
IC-Ring Line
Cockpit Circuit
HS4
Cabin Circuit
HS1
IC-Ring Line
HS6
HS2
HS5
3rd Circuit
External
activation
Figure 22: Example - Intercom Configuration
IC-Indications - Cockpit Call, Cabin Call, 3rd-IC-Circuit
The REU6100 supplies output for the "Cockpit Call", "Cabin Call" and the 3rd-IC-circuit disconnect
indication.
•
•
•
"Cabin call": on,
if cabin is isolated from the cockpit.
"Cockpit call": on,
if isolated cabin user calls the cockpit.
if the 3rd-IC-circuit is on.
"3rd-IC-circuit": on,
Details see "Figure 25: Intercom Circuits - 3rd-IC-Circuit for Special Mission Operation"
page 75.
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2.10.18.1 IC-Ring Line connected to the Cabin (Standard Configuration)
Cockpit
Cockpit
Cabin
Cabin
IC-Ring Line
Cabin
Intercom Amplifier
Cabin
Figure 23: Intercom Circuits - Standard Configuration
2.10.18.2 IC-Ring Line connected to the Cockpit
Cockpit
Cockpit
IC-Ring Line
Ground Crew Box
Cabin
Cabin
Cabin
Cabin
Figure 24: Intercom Circuits - IC-Ring Line connected to the Cockpit
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Cockpit
Cockpit
IC-Ring Line
Cabin
Ground Crew Box
Cabin
3rd circuit
activation
3rd circuit
status
Cabin
Cabin
Figure 25: Intercom Circuits - 3rd-IC-Circuit for Special Mission Operation
Muting Signal
The REU6100 has a muting output signal for a direction finder system (low active).
Marker Mute Function
The REU6100 has a marker mute function.
•
•
If selected by the operator the marker channel is muted for 30 seconds.
The marker mute can be individual enabled for each operator in the configuration setup.
Back-up Mode and Slave Mode
The REU6100 can operate in back-up and slave mode.
•
•
Connect the first and the second ACU610X as shown in "Wiring - REU6100 & ACU610X"
page 59.
Connect the REU6100 to an emergency power source for the function "Back-up Mode".
o Use the emergency battery or an emergency power bus.
o Supply voltage connections are shown in "Connector P3" page 46.
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2.11
Special Functions
Double Transmit and Multi Transmit (Simulcast) Mode
The REU6100 can operate in double transmit or multi transmit (simulcast) mode.
•
•
•
•
In double transmit mode the REU6100 can transmit on two predefined radios at the same
time.
In multi transmit mode the operator can select on which radios he wants to transmit at the
same time from his ACU610X.
The radios for transmit operation at the same time are predefined by the configuration
setup.
The operator can still listen to radios which are not configured for multi transmit operation.
Guard Radio PTT Function
The REU6100 has a guard radio PTT function for 2 guard radios.
•
•
•
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The transmission of the guard radio is started by guard radio PTT (discrete inputs alert
tone 1 and Selective Call input).
Two guard radio PTTs can be configured to TX-channel 1...8 and to 2 of 6 ACU610X or
headset operators.
Only one guard radio PTT (discrete input) can be configured to one ACU610X - or one
headset operator.
If a guard radio PTT (discrete input) is started, the related radio status LED blinks.
The guard radio PTT has a higher priority than any other PTT for this radio.
o If two operators are configured for the same guard radio, the priority is given to the
user who starts his guard radio PTT first.
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Relay Mode
The REU6100 can operate in relay mode alternative to dual TX- and multi TX-mode.
•
•
•
•
Only one user can be selected as a relay operator.
In the relay mode the number of independent operators and related control devices (ACU)
decreases around 2. For example, for:
REU6100-2-(XXX) from max.4 to max. 2 independent operators.
REU6100-3-(XXX) from max.6 to max. 4 independent operators.
The selection of two transceivers out of the eight available TX-channels is possible.
o The selection can be done by activation the monitoring (knob release) of the
relevant TX-radios.
o The selection of the TX-channels for relay operation can be configured in the
configuration setup.
•
•
•
For relay mode operation the transceiver must have a discrete output
(low active) for call identification.
The headset in/output of number HS5 and HS6 must be connected for
internal use.
The alert tones 1...8 are not available if relay mode is configured.
For detailed information please read ACU610X manuals
(www.becker-avionics.com/downloads/ → Intercom).
REU6100-3
Audio IN
Mod OUT
PTT OUT
COM1
SQL
Audio IN
Mod OUT
PTT OUT
COM2
SQL
Audio IN
Mod OUT
PTT OUT
COM3
SQL
Audio IN
Mod OUT
PTT OUT
COM4
SQL
Audio IN
Mod OUT
PTT OUT
COM5
SQL
Audio IN
Mod OUT
PTT OUT
COM6
SQL
Audio IN
Mod OUT
PTT OUT
COM7
SQL
Audio IN
Mod OUT
PTT OUT
COM8
SQL
119.000 MHz
ACU6100 #1
135.000 MHz
ACU6100 #3
ACU6100 #4
Mike Selector Pos: D/S
for relay operation
Alert Tone 8
Alert Tone 7
Alert Tone 6
Alert Tone 5
Alert Tone 4
Alert Tone 3
Alert Tone 2
Alert Tone 1
Phone
HS5
Mike
ACU6100 #2
*
*
* For standard mike operation two capacitors must be installed!
Phone
HS6
Mike
Figure 26: Relay Mode
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Operation "Headset without ACU610X"
•
•
•
The operators can use headsets without ACU610X.
The adjustment is done by the configuration setup* for:
o IC-volume control.
o Main volume control.
o Individual channel-volume.
o VOX.
o Monitoring of radios.
o Transmit on one predefined TX-channel.
For all the navigation radios (RX1-RX8) the voice filter is always inactive.
•
•
If a headset operator without ACU needs for intercom operation IC-PTT
or for transmit mode TX-PTT, alert tone activation inputs have to be
used.
Therefore the previous alert tone is no longer available.
Operation "Headset connected to ACU"
•
•
A headset only operator can be connected to one ACU from any other operator.
All control functions of the ACU are parallel valid for this headset operator, except VOXfunctions, mike sensitivity and phone output.
If transmit is enabled for the operator, his headset function will be isolated from
the connected ACU operator while transmit mode is selected.
•
•
If a headset operator without ACU is connected to another ACU and
needs transmit-PTT, one alert tone activation input has to be used.
Therefore, the previous alert tone is no longer available.
Operation "3rd-IC-circuit"
•
•
Any ACU610X and headset in the cockpit, cabin circuit and the IC-ring line can be
connected to the 3rd-IC-circuit.
The function must be enabled by the configuration setup*.
*For more information refer to the software manual "CSW6100... "
(www.becker-avionics.com/downloads/ → Intercom).
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If the function 3rd-IC-circuit is active the alternative alert tone (tone 2) is
no longer available.
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Alert
Tone
Input
Standard
Alternative
Alert Tones
IC-KEY
**
Alternative
PTT-KEY
**
Special
Functions
**
Relay Mode
**
External TX
detection
**
1
Alert Tone 1
N/A
N/A
Guard Radio PTT
Call COM 1
TX1
2
Alert Tone 2
N/A
N/A
3rd-IC-circuit
isolation
Call COM 2
TX2
3
Alert Tone 3
*IC-PTT/
Headset 1
TX-PTT/
Headset 6
N/A
Call COM 3
TX3
4
Alert Tone 4
*IC-PTT/
Headset 2
TX-PTT/
Headset 5
N/A
Call COM 4
TX4
5
Alert Tone 5
*IC-PTT/
Headset 3
TX-PTT/
Headset 4
N/A
Call COM 5
TX5
6
Alert Tone 6
IC-PTT/
Headset 4
*TX-PTT/
Headset 3
N/A
Call COM 6
TX6
7
Alert Tone 7
IC-PTT/
Headset 5
*TX-PTT/
Headset 2
N/A
Call COM 7
TX7
8
Alert Tone 8
IC-PTT/
Headset 6
*TX-PTT/
Headset 1
N/A
Call COM 8
TX8
•
*
o
•
o
**
o
o
o
o
o
o
If a "Headset without ACU" is enabled in configuration setup and the IC/TX-PTT-key
feature is enabled.
Maximum 3 headsets can use IC-PTT and TX-PTT key for operation at the same time.
If the IC-key feature is enabled, the table shows the assignment.
If the PTT-key feature is enabled, the table shows the assignment.
If the 3rd-IC-circuit is enabled in configuration setup, the table shows the assignment for
isolation.
If the Alert Tone 1 is enabled for Guard Radio PTT, the table shows the assignment.
If relay mode is configured in the configuration setup, all 8 alert tone inputs have to be
used for relay mode operation.
If external TX detection is enabled in the configuration setup, all 8 alert tone inputs have
to be used for external TX operation (two REU6100 in parallel).
Figure 27: Table - Alert Tone Inputs
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P2
Alert Tone 1
/ Guard Radio PTT
/ Relay mode
/ TX - indication
15
Alert Tone 2
/ 3rd-Circuit isolation activation
/ Relay mode
/ TX - indication
16
Alert Tone 3
/ HS1-IC-PTT / HS6-TX-PTT
/ Relay mode
/ TX - indication
17
Alert Tone 4
/ HS2-IC-PTT / HS5-TX-PTT
/ Relay mode
/ TX - indication
31
Alert Tone 5
/ HS3-IC-PTT / HS4-TX-PTT
/ Relay mode
/ TX - indication
32
Alert Tone 6
/ HS4-IC-PTT / HS3-TX-PTT
/ Relay mode
/ TX - indication
33
Alert Tone 7
/ HS5-IC-PTT / HS2-TX-PTT
/ Relay mode
/ TX - indication
47
Alert Tone 8
/ HS6-IC-PTT / HS1-TX-PTT
/ Relay mode
/ TX - indication
48
Winchman VOX-level select
5
Intercom request call input
6
Winchman volume-level select
22
Alert Tone cancellation
11
Selective Call activation (active low) or Guard radio PTT activation / 3rd-IC-Circuit activation
12
E-Call activation
28
DF-Blanking (active low)
7
Transceiver
Direction
Finder
Cockpit Call indication
23
+DC
Cabin Call indication
24
+DC
3rd-IC-Circuit disconnect indication
45
+DC
Figure 28: Discrete In-/Outputs
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The data interchange between two REU6100-X-(3XX) contains:
•
•
•
•
•
•
The PTT indication for TX for all users of both REU6100.
The blocking of PTT control for users of both REU6100 (depends on priority setting).
The indication of the intercom ring status.
The isolation or connection commands of cockpit and cabin ring.
CALL control for all cabin users.
CALL indication for all cockpit users.
•
•
The IC-ring line can be configured to one intercom circuit only.
Therefore this ring-line can interchange intercom audio only which is
given to this configured intercom ring.
For details refer to
"Block Diagrams - DVCS6100 with Multi-REU Application" page 91.
"Block Diagram - DVCS6100 with Multi-REU & Glass Cockpit Application" page 92.
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2.12
Service Connector
Becker Avionics recommend the installation of a service connector. This allows the configuration of
the REU6100 after installation inside the aircraft and the readout of maintenance data without removal
of the REU6100 from aircraft.
Details please see "Accessories" page 32.
Service Connector inside the Aircraft
Pinout service connector (D-Sub, 9pol.) see:
"Wiring - REU6100 & ACU610X with Service Connector (Option)" page 61.
"Wiring - REU6100-X-(3XX) & ACU610X & Glass Cockpit with Service Connector" page 67.
CSW6100-X Kit
Software + Adapter
Installation
Service Connector
CAN-Bus
CAN-Bus Adapter
(USB)
Figure 29: Service Connector inside the Aircraft
Service Cable Kit
With the service cable kit SCK6100-1 the configuration of the REU6100 can be done on test bench.
CSW6100-X Kit
Bench Operation
Software + Adapter
CAN-Bus Adapter
(USB)
CAN-Bus
Service Cable Kit
Power Supply
Figure 30: Service Connector with Service Cable Kit SCK6100-1
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2.13
Block Diagram - DVCS6100 with Ground Crew
ACU610X
ACU610X
ACU610X
ACU610X
ACU610X
ACU610X
CSW6100
Software
PTT
CAN BUS
Adapter
Intercom
CAN BUS I
CAN BUS II
Service
Connector
RS232/422
RS232/422
PTT
HS 1
Serial
Interface
Intercom
PTT
HS 2
HS 3
Intercom
HS 4
PTT
HS 5
HS 6
Intercom
PTT
P2/6
P2/24
Intercom
Cabin Call Indication
Cabin IC-Circuit
Cockpit IC-Circuit
variant -(3XX) only
IC-Ring Line
3rd IC-Circuit
Indication
P2/45
P2/28
Winchman Volume-Level
P2/5
P2/22
TRANSCEIVER 1
Alert Tone Canellation
P2/11
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 2
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 3
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 4
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 5
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 6
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 7
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 8
Pilot
CVR2
Copilot
12 W / 4 Ω
Cockpit Speaker PILOT
Cockpit Speaker COPILOT
RECEIVER 1
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 2
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 3
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 4
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 5
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 6
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 7
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 8
Audio 2.5...20 V
FIX INPUT
Audio 5...40 V
FIX INPUT Vol.-Control
Audio 0.775 V/600 Ω
REU6100-X-(XXX)
Audio 2.5...20 V
8 Alert Tones
P2/7
P2/12
J6
Discrete Inputs
GROUND CREW
EB3100-(X)
P2/23
CVR1
Intercom
IC - Request
Cockpit Call
Indication
Winchman VOX-Level
PTT
E-Call Activation
or
PA-Amplifier
CABIN
SPEAKER
DF-Muting
Selective Call Activation
Music Player
EM6100
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ACU610X
ACU610X
ACU610X
ACU610X
ACU610X
ACU610X
CSW6100
Software
PTT
CAN BUS
Adapter
Intercom
CAN BUS I
CAN BUS II
Service
Connector
RS232/422
RS232/422
PTT
HS 1
Intercom
PTT
HS 2
HS 3
Intercom
HS 4
HS 5
PTT
HS 6
Serial
Interface
variant -(3XX) only
Cockpit IC-Circuit
Intercom
Intercom
P2/6
IC - Request
P2/24
Cabin Call Indication
Audio 0.775 V/600 Ω
Cabin IC-Circuit
PTT
PTT
IC-Amplifier
P2/23
3rd IC-Circuit
Indication
P2/45
P2/28
Winchman Volume-Level
P2/5
P2/22
TRANSCEIVER 1
Alert Tone Canellation
P2/11
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 2
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 3
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 4
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 5
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 6
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 7
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 8
CVR1
Pilot
CVR2
Copilot
12 W / 4 Ω
Cockpit Speaker PILOT
Cockpit Speaker COPILOT
RECEIVER 1
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 2
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 3
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 4
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 5
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 6
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 7
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 8
Audio 2.5...20 V
FIX INPUT
Audio 5...40 V
FIX INPUT Vol.-Control
REU6100-X-(XXX)
Audio 2.5...20 V
8 Alert Tones
P2/7
P2/12
J6
Discrete Inputs
PAX
IC-Ring Line
Cockpit Call
Indication
Winchman VOX-Level
Intercom
PAX isolete
E-Call Activation
or
PA-Amplifier
SPEAKER
DF-Muting
Selective Call Activation
EM6100
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Block Diagram - DVCS6100 with Glass Cockpit Application
ACU610X
PTT
ACU610X
Intercom
PTT
Serial Interface RS232/422
HS 1
Serial Interface RS232/422
Intercom
HS 2
Service
Connector
PTT
HS 3
Intercom
HS 4
PTT
HS 5
HS 6
Intercom
PTT
P2/6
Cockpit IC-Circuit
Audio
0.775 V/600 Ω
Cabin IC-Circuit
Intercom
Cabin Call
Indication
PAX
IC-Ring Line
P2/23
3rd IC-Circuit
Indication
P2/45
P2/28
Winchman Volume-Level
P2/5
P2/22
TRANSCEIVER 1
Alert Tone Canellation
P2/11
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 2
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 3
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 4
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 5
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 6
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 7
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 8
CVR1
Pilot
CVR2
Copilot
12 W / 4 Ω
Cockpit Speaker PILOT
Cockpit Speaker COPILOT
RECEIVER 1
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 2
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 3
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 4
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 5
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 6
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 7
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 8
Audio 2.5...20 V
FIX INPUT
Audio 5...40 V
FIX INPUT Vol.-Control
Audio 2.5...20 V
8 Alert Tones
P2/7
P2/12
J6
Discrete Inputs
Intercom
IC-Amplifier
Cockpit Call
Indication
REU6100-X-(3XX)
PTT
CAN BUS
Adapter
IC - Request
P2/24
Winchman VOX-Level
ACU610X
Display 2
CAN BUS I / CAN BUS II
Display 1
ACU610X
CSW6100
Software
PAX isolete
E-Call Activation
or
PA-Amplifier
SPEAKER
DF-Muting
Selective Call Activation
EM6100
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Block Diagram - DVCS6100 with Electronic Display Application
ACU610X
ACU610X
ACU610X
CSW6100
Software
ACU610X
ACU610X
Display
HS 3
CAN BUS
Adapter
Intercom
CAN BUS I
CAN BUS II
Service
Connector
PTT
HS 1
Intercom
PTT
Serial Interface
PTT
HS 2
PTT
HS 3
Intercom
Intercom
HS 4
HS 5
HS 6
Cabin IC-Circuit
Audio 0.775 V/600 Ω
Cabin Call
Indication
IC-Amplifier
3rd IC-Circuit
Indication
P2/45
P2/28
Winchman Volume-Level
P2/5
P2/22
TRANSCEIVER 1
Alert Tone Canellation
P2/11
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 2
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 3
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 4
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 5
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 6
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 7
Audio 2.5...20 V
PTT
Mod-Line 0.7...1.5 V
TRANSCEIVER 8
Pilot
CVR2
Copilot
12 W / 4 Ω
Cockpit Speaker PILOT
Cockpit Speaker COPILOT
RECEIVER 1
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 2
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 3
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 4
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 5
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 6
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 7
Audio 2.5...20 V
RECEIVER 8
Audio 2.5...20 V
FIX INPUT
Audio 5...40 V
FIX INPUT Vol.-Control
REU6100-X-(3XX)
Audio 2.5...20 V
8 Alert Tones
P2/7
P2/12
J6
Discrete Inputs
PAX
IC-Ring Line
P2/23
CVR1
Intercom
IC - Request
P2/6
Cockpit Call
Indication
Winchman VOX-Level
PTT
Intercom
P2/24
Cockpit IC-Circuit
PTT
PAX isolete
E-Call Activation
or
PA-Amplifier
SPEAKER
DF-Muting
Selective Call Activation
EM6100
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Block Diagrams - DVCS6100 with Multi-REU Application
Cable Types for Multi-REU Application
Interface
Cable length (max.)
Cable type
Termination resistor
RS422
25 m
AWG 24 twisted and
shielded
120 Ω
on RX side between RX+
and RX-
RS232
3m
AWG 24 twisted and
shielded
not necessary
Figure 35: Table - Cable Types for Multi-REU Application
Block Diagrams - DVCS6100 with Multi-REU Application
0
1
Serial Interface
0
1
Serial Interface
REU6100-X-(3XX)
REU6100-X-(3XX)
CANbus
CANbus
IC-Ring Line
ACU1
ACU2
ACU3
ACU4
ACU5
ACU6
ACU1
ACU2
ACU3
ACU4
ACU5
ACU6
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Block Diagram - DVCS6100 with Multi-REU & Glass Cockpit Application
Copilot
Pilot
Display2
Display1
Interface Converter
0
1
Serial Interface
0
1
Serial Interface
REU6100-X-(3XX)
IC-Ring Line
CANbus
CANbus
REU6100-X-(3XX)
ACU3
ACU4
ACU5
ACU6
ACU1
ACU2
ACU3
ACU4
ACU5
ACU6
Figure 37: Block Diagram - DVCS6100 with Multi-REU & Glass Cockpit Application
2.18
Warning and Failure Indications
•
It is possible to read out and reset error flags with the ACU61 or the connected
glass cockpit.
For detailed information refer to the manuals:
ACU6100 I&O manual (Article No. 0589.845-071)
ACU6101 I&O manual (Article No. 0614.564-071)
CSW6100 I&O manual (Article No. 0608.939-071), Software manual
(www.becker-avionics.com/downloads/ → Intercom).
For detailed information about glass cockpit refer to the manual of the respective manufacturer product manual.
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Post Installation Check
After the device/system is installed completely do a test to make sure the system functionality. Make
sure that the compliance with the authority required procedures is obeyed.
The description that follows gives guidance for such tests.
Mechanical Installation and Wiring Check
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•
•
Make sure that all cables are attached and the shields are connected to ground.
Check the movement of all controls to verify there is no interference.
Make sure that all screws are tight and the connections are mechanically secured.
Power Supply
•
•
Examine the power supply lines and confirm correct polarity. Don´t apply reverse voltage!
Make sure that the power supply is within the specified limits, with and without a running
engine.
Power On Check
•
•
Power-up the aircraft systems and confirm normal operation of all functions of the
REU6100.
For ACU610X devices refer to the operation section of the ACU610X manual for specific
operational details (www.becker-avionics.com/downloads/ → Intercom).
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3
Operation
In this chapter you can read about:
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
3.11
3.12
3.13
3.14
3.15
3.16
3.17
3.18
3.19
3.20
3.21
3.22
3.23
3.24
3.25
3.1
General........................................................................................................................................ 95
Device Description ...................................................................................................................... 96
Device Assignment ........................................................................................................... 96
Packing, Transport, Storage ............................................................................................. 96
Scope of Delivery .............................................................................................................. 96
State of Delivery................................................................................................................ 96
Additional Required Equipment ........................................................................................ 96
Type Plate ......................................................................................................................... 96
Operation..................................................................................................................................... 97
Operating with Becker Avionics Controller ACU610X ...................................................... 97
Operating with Glass Cockpit ........................................................................................... 97
Start-Up ....................................................................................................................................... 97
Headset ....................................................................................................................................... 97
PTT Key ...................................................................................................................................... 97
PTT Stuck Detection ......................................................................................................... 97
Audio Muting ............................................................................................................................... 97
Speaker ....................................................................................................................................... 98
Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) ................................................................................................... 98
Alert Tones .................................................................................................................................. 98
Signal Tones ............................................................................................................................... 98
Activation Signal Tones ............................................................................................................... 98
Activation - Selective Call............................................................................................................ 98
Winchman Operation .................................................................................................................. 99
Intercom Circuits ......................................................................................................................... 99
IC-Indications - Cockpit Call, Cabin Call, 3rd-IC-Circuit............................................................. 100
IC-Ring Line connected to the Cabin (Standard Configuration) ..................................... 100
IC-Ring Line connected to the Cockpit ........................................................................... 100
3rd-IC-Circuit for Special Mission Operation .................................................................. 101
Muting Signal ............................................................................................................................ 101
Operation "Headset without ACU610X" .................................................................................... 101
Operation "Headset connected to ACU" ................................................................................... 101
Operation "3rd-IC-Circuit" ......................................................................................................... 102
Marker Mute Function ............................................................................................................... 102
Back-up Mode and Slave Mode ................................................................................................ 102
Double Transmit and Multi Transmit (Simulcast) Mode ............................................................ 102
Guard Radio PTT Function ....................................................................................................... 102
Relay Mode ............................................................................................................................... 103
General
The chapter "Operation" contains information and instructions for safe operation of the device(s).
•
•
The REU6100 does not have any operator controls.
Some adjustments of the operating parameters are only available by the
configuration setup*.
*For more information refer to the software manual "CSW6100... "
(www.becker-avionics.com/downloads/ → Intercom).
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3.2
Device Description
Device Assignment
This manual is valid for the following devices:
•
See page 37.
Packing, Transport, Storage
•
See page 36.
Scope of Delivery
•
See page 37.
State of Delivery
•
See page 37.
Additional Required Equipment
•
See page 37.
Type Plate
•
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Operation
•
The REU6100 does not have any operator controls.
Operating with Becker Avionics Controller ACU610X
For detailed information refer to the manuals:
ACU6100 I&O manual (Article No. 0589.845-071)
ACU6101 I&O manual (Article No. 0614.564-071)
CSW6100 I&O manual (Article No. 0608.939-071), Software manual
(www.becker-avionics.com/downloads/ → Intercom).
Operating with Glass Cockpit
For detailed information refer to the manual of the respective manufacturer product manual.
3.4
Start-Up
The system DVCS6100 starts with a "Power On Built in Test" (PBIT).
•
3.5
Headset
•
3.6
For more details see "Build In Test Equipment (BITE)" page 27 and ACU6100/ACU6101
I&O manuals.
The REU6100 can operate up to six headsets with dynamic or standard microphones.
PTT Key
The standard input for the PTT activation is the ACU610X (user interface).
•
•
If some users have the same priority level, the priority is given to the user who first push
the Transmit-PTT (TX-PTT).
o The-Transmit PTT has always priority over Intercom-PTT (IC-PTT).
The permission to use the Transmit-PTT can be individual configured for any ACU610X.
PTT Stuck Detection
•
•
The PTT activation to a radio stops automatically after 180 s of continuous transmission.
The PTT stuck detection can be enabled or disabled by the configuration setup*.
*Some adjustments of the operating parameters are only available by the configuration setup.
For more information refer to the software manual "CSW6100... " (www.becker-avionics.com/downloads/ → Intercom).
3.7
Audio Muting
The REU6100 can operate with unmuted intercom and transmitter reception audio during transmit
mode.
•
•
Monitoring of selected transmitter radios and the intercom audio during transmit mode can
be enabled or disabled by the configuration of REU6100 for any operator with ACU610X.
RX-channels are always muted during transmit mode.
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3.8
Speaker
The REU6100 has two adjustable speaker outputs.
•
•
3.9
One can be controlled from the pilot audio control device.
One can be controlled from the copilot audio control device.
Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR)
The REU6100 has two cockpit voice recorder outputs for the combined mike and phone signal.
•
•
3.10
One for pilot.
One for copilot.
Alert Tones
The REU6100 has eight predefined alert tones.
•
•
3.11
Each tone can be started by a discrete input signal (low active).
A separate discrete input can be used to cancel the warning tones by an external switch.
Signal Tones
•
•
The REU6100 has two signal tones:
o The intercom request signal.
o The E-call signal.
Both signals can be enabled or disabled by the configuration setup*.
*Some adjustments of the operating parameters are only available by the configuration setup.
For more information refer to the software manual "CSW6100... " (www.becker-avionics.com/downloads/ → Intercom).
3.12
Activation Signal Tones
•
3.13
The REU6100 can operate with external switches for the signal tones intercom request
and E-call.
Activation - Selective Call
•
•
The REU6100 has a selective call activation input.
This input can be enabled or disabled by the configuration setup*.
Detailed information see ACU610X manuals
(www.becker-avionics.com/downloads/ → Intercom).
*Some adjustments of the operating parameters are only available by the configuration setup.
For more information refer to the software manual "CSW6100... " (www.becker-avionics.com/downloads/ → Intercom).
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3.14
Winchman Operation
The winchman function includes VOX-level and volume-level adjustments without access to a control
device.
•
•
•
•
3.15
The winchman functionality can be given to any ACU610X or headset (without installed
ACU610X) by the configuration setup.
With two external push buttons the VOX-level and volume-level can be remotely controlled
by the winchman operator.
o Push one of the two external push buttons and the winchman function will be
started.
o This enables the winchman to increase the VOX-level and the volume-level for his
headset.
VOX-level adjustment:
o Push the VOX-level button for a short time (0.3 ...≤ 3 s),
the VOX-level is increased until the maximum value is reached.
o Push the button ≥ 3 s,
the VOX-level is reset to the value selected on the related ACU panel.
o The VOX-level is reset too,
when the volume control or VOX control on the ACU is changed
Volume level adjustment:
o Push the volume level button for a short time (0.3 ...≤ 3 s),
the volume level is increased until the maximum value is reached.
o Push the button ≥ 3 s,
the volume level is reset to the value selected on the related ACU panel.
o The volume level is reset too,
when the main volume control or VOX control on the related ACU is changed.
Intercom Circuits
The REU6100 can operate in different intercom circuits:
•
•
•
•
•
Cockpit crew.
Cabin crew.
IC-ring line
(connected to the cabin, cockpit or 3rd-IC-circuit; configurable by the configuration setup*).
3rd-IC-circuit (has to be controlled by an external switch).
Cockpit and cabin intercom circuits can be directly controlled by the ACU610X.
*Some adjustments of the operating parameters are only available by the configuration setup.
For more information refer to the software manual "CSW6100... " (www.becker-avionics.com/downloads/ → Intercom).
HS3
IC-Ring Line
Cockpit Circuit
HS4
Cabin Circuit
HS1
IC-Ring Line
HS6
HS2
HS5
3rd Circuit
External
activation
Figure 38: Example - Intercom Configuration
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3.16
IC-Indications - Cockpit Call, Cabin Call, 3rd-IC-Circuit
The REU6100 supplies output for the "Cockpit Call", "Cabin Call" and the 3rd-IC-circuit disconnect
indication.
•
•
•
"Cabin call": on,
if cabin is isolated from the cockpit.
"Cockpit call": on,
if isolated cabin user calls the cockpit.
rd
if the 3rd-IC-circuit is on.
"3 -IC-circuit": on,
Details see "Figure 41: Intercom Circuits - 3rd-IC-Circuit for Special Mission Operation"
page 101.
IC-Ring Line connected to the Cabin (Standard Configuration)
Cockpit
Cockpit
Cabin
Cabin
IC-Ring Line
Intercom Amplifier
Cabin
Cabin
Figure 39: Intercom Circuits - Standard Configuration
IC-Ring Line connected to the Cockpit
Cockpit
Cockpit
IC-Ring Line
Ground Crew Box
Cabin
Cabin
Cabin
Cabin
Figure 40: Intercom Circuits - IC-Ring Line connected to the Cockpit
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3rd-IC-Circuit for Special Mission Operation
Cockpit
Cockpit
IC-Ring Line
Ground Crew Box
Cabin
Cabin
3rd circuit
status
3rd circuit
activation
Cabin
Cabin
Figure 41: Intercom Circuits - 3rd-IC-Circuit for Special Mission Operation
3.17
Muting Signal
•
3.18
The REU6100 has a muting output signal for a direction finder system (low active).
Operation "Headset without ACU610X"
•
•
•
The operators can use headsets without ACU610X.
The adjustment is done by the configuration setup* for:
o IC-volume control.
o Main volume control.
o Individual channel-volume.
o VOX.
o Monitoring of radios.
o Transmit on one predefined TX-channel.
For all the navigation radios (RX1-RX8) the voice filter is always inactive.
*Some adjustments of the operating parameters are only available by the configuration setup.
For more information refer to the software manual "CSW6100... " (www.becker-avionics.com/downloads/ → Intercom).
3.19
Operation "Headset connected to ACU"
•
•
A headset only operator can be connected to one ACU from any other operator.
All control functions of the ACU are parallel valid for this headset operator, except VOXfunctions, mike sensitivity and phone output.
•
If transmit is enabled for the operator, his headset function will be
isolated from the connected ACU operator while transmit mode is
selected.
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3.20
Operation "3rd-IC-Circuit"
•
•
Any ACU610X and headset in the cockpit, cabin circuit and the IC-ring line can be
connected to the 3rd-IC-circuit.
The function must be enabled by the configuration setup*.
*Some adjustments of the operating parameters are only available by the configuration setup.
For more information refer to the software manual "CSW6100... " (www.becker-avionics.com/downloads/ → Intercom).
3.21
Marker Mute Function
The REU6100 has a marker mute function.
•
•
If started by the operator the marker channel is muted for 30 seconds.
The marker mute can be individual enabled for each operator by the configuration setup*.
*Some adjustments of the operating parameters are only available by the configuration setup.
For more information refer to the software manual "CSW6100... " (www.becker-avionics.com/downloads/ → Intercom).
3.22
Back-up Mode and Slave Mode
The REU6100 can operate in back-up and slave mode.
For detailed information refer to the manuals:
ACU6100 I&O manual (Article No. 0589.845-071)
ACU6101 I&O manual (Article No. 0614.564-071)
(www.becker-avionics.com/downloads/ → Intercom).
3.23
Double Transmit and Multi Transmit (Simulcast) Mode
The REU6100 can operate in double transmit or multi transmit (simulcast) mode at the same time.
•
•
•
•
3.24
In double transmit mode the REU6100 can transmit on two predefined radios.
In multi transmit mode the operator can select on which radios he wants to transmit at the
same time from his ACU610X.
The radios for transmit operation at the same time are predefined by the configuration
setup.
The operator can still listen to radios which are not configured for multi transmit operation.
Guard Radio PTT Function
The REU6100 has a guard radio PTT function for 2 guard radios.
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The transmission of the guard radio is started by guard radio PTT (discrete inputs alert
tone 1 and Selective Call input).
Two guard radio PTTs can be configured to TX-channel 1...8 and to 2 of 6 ACU610X or
headset operators.
Only one guard radio PTT (discrete input) can be configured to one ACU610X - or one
headset operator.
If a guard radio PTT (discrete input) is started, the related radio status LED blinks.
The guard radio PTT has a higher priority than any other PTT for this radio.
o If two operators are configured for the same guard radio, the priority is given to the
user who starts his guard radio PTT first.
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Relay Mode
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Relay Mode
The REU6100 can operate in relay mode alternative to dual TX- and multi TX-mode.
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Only one user can be selected as a relay operator.
The selection of two transceivers out of the eight available TX-channels is possible.
o The selection can be done by monitoring (knob release) the relevant TX-radios.
o The selection of the TX-channels for relay operation can be configured in the
configuration setup.
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For relay mode operation the transceiver must have a discrete output
(low active) for call identification.
The headset in/output of HS5 and HS6 must be connected for internal
use.
All alert tone inputs must be used for the relay operation.
For detailed information please read ACU610X manuals
(www.becker-avionics.com/downloads/ → Intercom).
REU6100-3
Audio IN
Mod OUT
PTT OUT
COM1
SQL
Audio IN
Mod OUT
PTT OUT
COM2
SQL
Audio IN
Mod OUT
PTT OUT
COM3
SQL
Audio IN
Mod OUT
PTT OUT
COM4
SQL
Audio IN
Mod OUT
PTT OUT
COM5
SQL
Audio IN
Mod OUT
PTT OUT
COM6
SQL
Audio IN
Mod OUT
PTT OUT
COM7
SQL
Audio IN
Mod OUT
PTT OUT
COM8
SQL
119.000 MHz
ACU6100 #1
135.000 MHz
ACU6100 #3
ACU6100 #4
Mike Selector Pos: D/S
for relay operation
Alert Tone 8
Alert Tone 7
Alert Tone 6
Alert Tone 5
Alert Tone 4
Alert Tone 3
Alert Tone 2
Alert Tone 1
Phone
HS5
Mike
ACU6100 #2
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* For standard mike operation two capacitors must be installed!
Phone
HS6
Mike
Figure 42: Relay Mode
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Contact Data
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Contact Data
In case of additional questions contact your local Becker Avionics dealer or forward your request direct
to Becker Avionics Customer Service.
In the event of damage or a defect, the entire device must be returned for repair. The repair must be
done by trained Becker Avionics personnel.
For relevant department and addresses, please see contact info page 2.
Any change by the user excludes any liability on our part (excluding the work described in this
manual).
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Index
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Index
Abbreviations .................................................. 9
Accessories .................................................. 31
Additional Required Equipment .................... 36
Conditions of Utilization ................................ 11
Device Assignment ....................................... 36
Dimensions ................................................... 39
Installation ............................................... 34, 38
Non Warranty Clause .................................... 11
PTT Key .................................................. 69, 96
Units ................................................................ 9
Variants Overview ......................................... 14
Warranty Conditions ..................................... 11
We reserve the right to make technical changes.
The data correspond to the current status at the time of printing.
© by Becker Avionics GmbH / all rights reserved
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