RTS Ss-1002 & ss-2002 Data Sheet

RTS Ss-1002 & ss-2002 Data Sheet
Technical Data Sheet
In n o v at i n g t h e F u t u re o f Gl o b al C o m m u n i c a t i o n s
SS-1002 and SS-2002
Speaker Stations
The SS-1002 and SS-2002 Intercom Speaker Stations may be used with a headset, a built-in speaker and panel microphone,
or an optional gooseneck microphone. As an alternative to a headset, a telephone-style handset may also be used. The
SS-1002 is a single-channel station; the SS-2002 provides switch selectable access to either of two (2) intercom channels.
Both the SS-1002 and SS-2002 come in four (4) versions to suit a variety of applications. The “S” and “P” boxes are
portable versions. It has a carrying handle and dual “loop-through” intercom connectors which permit stations to be quickly
interconnected using prefabricated cables. The “RM” box is a stationary version. It also has dual “loop-through” connectors
for quick interconnection, but the case is designed for desktop or console-mount applications. The “U” box is designed for
permanent, in-the-wall mounting. It uses push type wire terminals for connection to the intercom system. In addition to the
standard SS-1002 / SS-2002 units, there is a two (2) channel “RM” version. The rack-mountable (“RM”) version is suitable
for desktop use, or can be rackmounted using the optional RM-14 rackmount kit.
Features
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Easy Wiring –Via XLR “loop-through” or push-type wiring
terminal block.
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Call Key –Used to send call signals on the intercom channel
and to indicate incoming calls.
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Panel Mic Key – Selects built-in panel microphone or
gooseneck microphone (when present) when in the On
position. Selects headset/handset when in the Off position.
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Intercom Talk Key – Only momentary (push-to-talk) is possible
to reduce feedback.
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Speaker Key – Selects the built-in speaker in the On position
and the headset/handset when in the Off position.
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Panel Mic Connector – Accepts any MCP-90 series
microphone.
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Channel Select Switch (SS-2002 only) – Used to switch
between intercom channels one (1) and two (2).The switch
lights green for channel one (1) and red for channel two (2).
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Clear-Com Compatible
Line Drawings
SS-1002
“S” Box
“U” Box
“P” Box
“RM”
SS-2002
In n o v at i n g t h e F u t u re o f Gl o b al C o m m u n i c a t i o n s
Specifications
General
Common Mode Rejection Ratio: ..................................................... >50 dB
Power Requirements:
Connector Type: ................................................Six-position terminal block
Phantom Power: ..................................... 24 VDC nominal (18 to 30 VDC),
100 mA without speaker; 700mA with speaker
Pin 1 ......................................................................Audio and DC Common
Local Power: . ........................................15 VDC, 100 mA without speaker;
700mA with speaker
Environmental Requirements:
Storage:.................... -20°C to 80°C; 0% to 95% humidity, noncondensing
Pin 2 .......................................... Local power (15 VDC, 750mA maximum)
Pin 3 ......................................................Intercom channel 1 audio low and
+24 VDC phantom power
Connector Type: ............................................................................ XLR-4M
Pin 4 .................................................... Intercom channel 1 audio high and
+24 VDC phantom power
Pin 5...................................................... Intercom channel 2 audio low and
+24 VDC phantom power
Pin 6 .................................................... Intercom channel 2 audio high and
+24 VDC phantom power
Intercom Channel, Unbalanced Mode
(SW1 set to Unbalanced or UNBAL position)
Pin 1 .................................................................................. Microphone low
Output Level: .................................................... 775 mVrms ±10% nominal
Pin 2 .................................................................................Microphone high
Input Impedance: . .............................................................................200 Ω
Pin 3 ................................................................................. Headphone high
Bridging Impedance: .......................................................................>10k Ω
Pin 4 ...................................................................................Headphone low
Call Signaling:
Panel Microphone
Send: ......................................................................................... 11 ±3 VDC
Microphone: . ......................................................................... 5k Ω, electret
Receive:........................................................................... 4 VDC minimum
Connector Type: .......................................................................... NTRK-8F
Connector Type: ................................................Six-position terminal block
Pin 1 .............................................................................................Common
Pin 1 .............................................................................................Common
Pin 2 .................................................................................Microphone high
Pin 2 .......................................... Local power (15 VDC, 750mA maximum)
Pin 3 ................................................................. +12 VDC microphone bias
Pin 3 ...................................................................Channel 1 +30 VDC input
Intercom Channels, Balanced Mode (SW1 set to BAL position)
Pin 4 .......................................Channel 1 Intercom audio high and DC call
Output Level: ......................................................................1 Vrms nominal
Pin 5 ...................................................................Channel 2 +30 VDC input
Input Impedance: . .............................................................................300 Ω
Pin 6 .......................................Channel 2 Intercom audio high and DC call
Operating: . .................. 0°C to 50°C; 0% to 95% humidity, noncondensing
Dynamic-mic Headset
Microphone: . ...................50 to 200 Ω, dynamic (balanced or unbalanced)
Headphones:......................................................... 150 to 600 Ω, monaural
Bridging Impedance: .......................................................................>10k Ω
Sidetone: ................................................................35 dB adjustable range
Call Signaling:
Send: ...................................................... 20 kHz ±100 Hz, 0.5 Vrms ±10%
Receive: ........................................................20 kHz ±800 Hz, 100 mVrms
Mic-Kill Detect Frequency: ............................24 kHz ±800 Hz, 100 mVrms
Noise Contribution:..........................................................................>-70 dB
Order Information
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SS-1002 • No Enclosure
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SS-1002U • SS-1002 • “U” Box
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SS-2002 • No Enclosure
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SS-1002 • “S” Box without Handle
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SS-1002P • SS-1002 • “P” Box
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SS-2002U • SS-2002 • “U” Box
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SS-1002S • SS-1002 • “S” Box with Handle
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SS-2002 • “S” Box without Handle
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SS-2002P • SS-2002 • “P” Box
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SS-2002RM • SS-2002 • RM (rack mountable)
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SS-2002S • SS-2002 • “S” Box with Handle
For ordering information, contact your regional sales representative at:
http://rtsintercoms.com/us/intercom/contact
The specification information is preliminary and is subject to change without notification.
Brand names mentioned are the property of their respective companies.
Bosch Security Systems, Inc. | 12000 Portland Avenue South | Burnsville, Minnesota 55337
Telephone: 877·863·4169 | Fax: (800) 323-0498
Form Number: F.01U.262.753 Rev 09
Date: September 2013
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