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Becker ST3100 Handset Manual
Handset
ST 3100-(60)-02
Installation and Operation
Manual DV 31606.03
Issue 2 Jan. 1991
Becker Flugfunkwerk GmbH • Baden Airpark • Building B108
D-77836 Rheinmünster • Telephone +49 (0) 7229 / 305-0
E-Mail : info@becker-avionics.de or support@becker-avionics.de
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Table of contents
Section
1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.4
1.4.1
1.4.2
1.4.3
1.4.4
1.4.5
1.4.6
1.5
Introduction
Application
General description
Mechanical description
Electrical description
Technical Data
General
Environmental conditions
Microphone with preamplifier
Earphone
Push to talk and reed switch
Unit connector type
Scope of delivery
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Fig. 1-1
Handset and support bracket
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Section
1.1
1
GENERAL INFORMATION
Introduction
The manual describes the Handset ST 3100 - (60) - 02 of the BECKER Audio Selector and Intercom
System ASI 3100. The manual DV 31606.03 ("Installation and Operation") and DV 31606.04 ("Maintenance and Repair") contains the following sections :
Section
1.2
DV 31606.03
DV 31606.04
1
General Information
X
X
2
Installation
X
X
3
Operation
X
X
4
Theory of Operation
X
X
5
Maintenance and Repair
X
6
Illustrated Parts List
X
7
Modification and Changes
X
8
Circuit Diagrams
X
X
Application
The handset ST 3100 - (60) - 02 with the support bracket HC 3100-(60) - 02 is part of the Audio and
Intercom System ASI 3100 and is suitable for installlation in aircraft together with the junction box JB
3100-(17) and the audio selector unit AS 3100-(27A).
The handset can be used for intercommunication with the flight deck and also for PA announcements
in the cabin.
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1.3
General description
The handset and the support bracket are parts of the aircraft intercommunication system, facilitating
intercommunication within the aircraft and passenger address announcements.
1.3.1
Mechanical description
A handset unit comprises the handset itself and the support bracket. The two parts are connected
together by a grey coiled cable.
The support bracket is made of soft grey polycarbonate and contains the unit connector and tw o
permanent magnets for activating the ON/OFF reed switch. Two mechanical detents are also provided
for the handset.
The handset itself comprises two soft grey polycarbonate casing halves and contains a mike capsule,
a phone capsule, the keyboard with the circuit board beneath and the generator/ amplifier board.
1.3.2
Electrical description
The cabin handset type can be used for telphonic communication within the aircraft and also for PA
announcements in the cabin. The unit work in the AF frequency range between 300 Hz and 6 kHz.
The microphone amplifier amplifies the microphone signal to 800 mV. A bandpass limits the frequency
range to between 300 Hz and 6 kHZ.
The cabin handset type is equipped with a keyboard having 6 dialling pushbuttons.
When a dialling key is pressed, the DTMF generator generates the appropriate dual-tone frequency
that is transmitted by way of the AF amplifier to the AF output of the unit.
When a dialling key is pressed, the microphone signal to the AF output of the unit is muted.
The AF amplifier amplifies both the microphone signal and the various dual-tone frequencies. The
signals are decoupled by way of the same AF output.
When the reset button is pressed, an electronic switch disconnects the AF output and the power supply
to the unit.
When the handset is placed in the support bracket, a reed switch disconnects the AF output and the
power supply of the unit.
The handset works with a nominal 15 V DC power supply.
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Fig. 1-1 Handset and support bracket
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1.4
Technical Data
1.4.1
General
Power supply
+ 15 V DC ± 10 %
Current consumption
approx. 50 mA in talk mode
Handset dimensions
215 x 50 mm
Support bracket dimensions
208 x 67 x 44 mm
Weight (total)
≤ 550 g (handset and support bracket)
1.4.2
Environmental conditions
Operating temperature
-15 ° C ... +70 ° C (operable)
Storage temperature
- 55 ° C ... +85 ° C
Humidity
up to 95 % at 50 ° C
Altitude
15000 ft (4572 m) (oparable)
Vibration
max. 0,76 G (operable)
Shock
6 G (operable)
Acceleration
1.4.3
9 G (operable)
Microphone with preamplifier
Frequency response
300 Hz . . . 6 kHz (± 6 dB)
referred to 1 kHz
Distortion
≤ 10 % at 15 V DC
Sensitivity (output level)
800 mV ±10 % at 114 dB SPL
(Sound pressure level) and
1 kHz and 15 V DC (talk mode)
DTMF (output level)
≥ 1.6 V pp
Sensitivity adjustment
± 6 dB (adjustable with R 35)
Impedance
80 Ω ± 20% nominal at 15 V DC
Noise level
≤ - 60 dB ref. to 800 mV
Hum
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1.4.4
Earphone
Frequency response
300 Hz ... 4.5 kHz (± 6 dB)
(referred to 1 kHz)
Distortion
≤ 5 % at 10 mW
(300 Hz ... 4.5 kHz)
Sensitivity
105 dB SPL ± 3 dB
at 0.775 V/ 1 kHz
Sensitivity adjustment
-10 dB (adjustable with R 26)
Impedance
600 . . . 2100 Ω ± 10 %
1.4.5
Push to talk and reed switch
Push to talk switch (PTT):
- Switch life
300.000 operations
- Resistive load
28 V DC 0.5 A
ON/OFF reed switch:
- Switch life
1.4.6
100.000 operations
Unit connector type
9-pin D-sub type, with spring latch assemblies
1.5
Scope of delivery
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Table of contents
Section
2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.4.1
2.4.2
2.5
2.5.1
General
Changing of the key caps
Mechanical installation
Aircraft wiring
General information
Pin connection of the unit connector
Test after installation
Post-installation check
2-1
2-1
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2-2
2-2
2-2
2-3
2-3
Fig.
Fig.
Fig.
Fig.
Connector pin location
Installation dimensions (mm)
Interwiring of the Handset No. 1 with Junction Box JB 3100 - (17)
Interwiring of the Handset No. 2 with Junction Box JB 3100 - (17)
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2-3
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Section
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2
INSTALLATION
General
The installation of the handset and support bracket depends on the type of aircraft and its equipment.
For this reason, only generally applicable information can be provided in this section.
Before installing the handset and support bracket in an aircraft, a visual inspection should be carried
out in order to determine any damage which the unit may have incurred during transport, paying
particular attention to the following defects:
1. Dents, scratches, broken fastenings, damage to housings or housings parts.
2. Dirt and scratches on type plate.
3. Dirty, bent or broken pins, cracked bushings, burning on male or female contacts.
4. Pushbuttons that are dirty, mechanically damaged or not freely moving.
5. Damage to the capsule protection felts.
6. Loose seats, missing screws and washers.
7. Handset detents that are dirty or mechanically damaged.
2.2
Changing of the key caps
Disassembly of the keyboard:
Insert the disassembly aid first in the left and then in the right-hand gap and release the cover plate
from the keyboard.
Remove the key caps and key springs.
Assembly of the keyboard:
Place the key spring for each cap on the keyboard. Attention : Two springs are required for the PTT
button. Place key caps on the keyboard. Slide the cover plate over the key caps and lock into place
on both sides.
2.3
Mechanical installation
Disassembly the support bracket for installation of the handset:
a. Remove the two srews and washers from the support case.
b. Remove the support case from the support baseplate.
c. Remove the coiled cable with unit conctor and the connector plate from the baseplate.
d. Attach the baseplate in the aircraft by means of two srews.
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Assembly of the support bracket after installation:
a. Insert the connector plate and the anti-kink device of the coiled cable with unit connector into
baseplate and snap into place.
b. Join the support case and baseplate and fasten with srews and washers
The necessary installation dimensions of the handset see figure 2-1.
2.4
Aircraft wiring
2.4.1
General information
The aircraft wiring of the handset differs depending on the type of aircraft and equipment. For this
reason, only generallly applicable information can be provided.
NOTE
The signal lines should be screened and twisted and provided with a common shield for uncertain
EMC conditions.
2.4.2
Pin connection of the unit connector
Plug: P1
Connection :
Pin No.:
Phone audio input (HI)
1
Phone audio input (LO)
2
Shield
3
Mike and DTMF audio output and supply voltage input (HI)
4
Mike and DTMF audio output and supply voltage input (LO)
5
PTT-Key line (HI)
6
PTT-Key line (LO)
7
Spare
8
Spare
9
9 - pin D - sub male type
Fig. 2-1 Connector pin location
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2.5
Test after installation
2.5.1
Post-installation check
Remove the handset from the support bracket. Press the key, lettered with PA. A chime must be audible
in the cabin via the cabin speakers if a Junction box JB 3100-(17) and a PA-amplifier PA 3100-(11) is
installed in the aircraft. Press PTT key and speak into the microphone. The announcement must be
audible in the cabin.
Press the Reset key and after that the key, lettered with CAPT. The chime must be audible in the in
the headphone or cockpit speaker at the flight deck. Press the PTT key and carry out talk-listen check
between handset and flight deck.
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Fig. 2-2 Installation dimensions (mm)
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Fig. 2-3 Interwiring of the Handset No. 1 with Junction Box JB 3100 - (17)
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Fig. 2-4 Interwiring of the Handset No. 2 with Junction Box JB 3100 - (17)
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Table of contents
Section
3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
CONTROLS
Description and function of controls
Operating instructions
Telephone communication
PA announcements
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Fig. 3-1
Front view of the keyboard
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
CONTROLS
Fig. 3-1 Front view of the keyboard
3.2
Description and function of controls
Controls and indicator
Description
Function
Key No. 1, lettered with CAPT Pushbutton
Cockpit call and switching through of the audio
line to the cockpit handset
Key No. 2,
ALL ATTND
Dialling key for ALL ATTENDANTS
lettered
with Pushbutton
Key No. 3, lettered with PA
Pushbutton
Chime activation and PA announcement
Key No. 4, 5, 6 (blank)
Pushbuttons
Dialling keys, no functions
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Controls and indicator
Description
Function
Key No. 7 lettered with RESET Pushbutton
Disconnets the communication
handset or PA-Amplifier
Key No. 8
PTT-key
Pushbutton
3.3
Operating instructions
3.3.1
Telephone communication
cockpit
Intercommunication between cabin and cockpit :
1. Remove handset from support bracket.
2. Dial the required connection by briefly pressing the appropriate key CAPT.
3. Press the PTT-key (keep it pressed) and speak into the microphone.
4. On completing the communication press the RESET button or replace the handset and clip it in.
NOTE
Incoming calls are indicated by a call tone in the headphone or cockpit speaker.
3.3.2
PA announcements
1. Remove handset from support bracket.
2. Press briefly the button PA
3. Press the PTT-key (keep it pressed) and speak into the microphone.
4. On completion of the PA announcement press the RESET button or replace the handset and clip
it in.
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