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IL603
SECTION B
Rev. 6 - 05/2004
Tek-COM® SM400
Multi-Master and Master/Remote Intercom Systems
Operation, Installation and Service Manual
Alpha Communications®
42 Central Drive
Farmingdale, NY 11735-1202
Phone: (631) 777-5500
Fax: (631) 777-5599
Website:
www.alpha-comm.com
Email:
info@alpha-comm.com
TOLL-FREE Technical #:
1-800-666-4800
The Tek-COM® SM401, SM404, SM406 and SM411 intercoms provide for masterto-master, master-to-remote and intermixed operation suitable for offices, homes,
warehouses and any areas where quick, convenient loudspeaking communication
is needed. Multicolored signal lights, hands-free reply, privacy and monitoring are all
standard features. Optional equipment is available to call all stations, distribute music,
and control remote devices.
Operation, Installation and Service Manual
Copyright © 2001–2003 TekTone® Sound & Signal Mfg., Inc., All rights reserved.
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Table of Contents ————————————————————
System Operating Instructions .............................................................. 1
Master Station .............................................................................................................. 1
Call another station ............................................................................................... 1
Answer a call from a master at a remote .............................................................. 1
Answer a call from a master at a master ............................................................... 1
Open the door (if installed) .................................................................................. 1
Page all stations (if installed) ............................................................................... 1
Monitor a room .................................................................................................... 2
Remote Station ............................................................................................................ 2
Call a master ......................................................................................................... 2
System Installation ................................................................................. 3
Installation Procedure .................................................................................................. 3
Planning and Equipment Location .............................................................................. 3
Masters and Remotes ........................................................................................... 3
Power Supply and Relays ..................................................................................... 3
Transformer .......................................................................................................... 3
Music System ....................................................................................................... 3
System Housings ......................................................................................................... 3
Wiring Installation ....................................................................................................... 4
Master Stations ..................................................................................................... 4
All Call ............................................................................................................... 4
Background Music ............................................................................................... 4
Door Release ........................................................................................................ 4
Remote to Master Cable ....................................................................................... 5
Paging Horn ......................................................................................................... 5
Connections ............................................................................................................... 5
Equipment Installation ................................................................................................. 5
Surface Mounting SM404, SM406 and SM411 Masters ..................................... 5
Flush Mounting SM404, SM406 and SM411 Masters ......................................... 5
Name Directory for SM404, SM406 and SM411 Masters ................................... 5
SM401 Master and Remote Stations .................................................................... 5
SM404, SM406 and SM411 Masters ................................................................... 6
SM400 Series Installation Instructions ........................................................................ 6
Factory Dip Switch Settings ........................................................................................ 6
Call Tone Volume Adjustment ............................................................................. 6
Terminal Reference for Master .................................................................................... 7
Connector 1 .......................................................................................................... 7
Connector 2 .......................................................................................................... 7
Connector 3 .......................................................................................................... 7
Illustrations & Wiring Diagrams
Figure 1—Master Station Controls and Functions ..................................................... iv
Figure 2—System and Options ................................................................................... iv
Figure 3—SM406/SM411 Terminal IDs ..................................................................... 8
Figure 4—SM401 Terminal IDs .................................................................................. 8
Figure 5—PK400/RY400 Series Terminal IDs ........................................................... 8
Figure 6—SM411 Master to Master Wiring Diagram ................................................. 9
Figure 7—SM411 Intermix Wiring Diagram .............................................................. 9
Figure 8—SM406 Master to Master Wiring Diagram .............................................. 10
Figure 9—SM406 Master to Remote Wiring Diagram ............................................. 10
Figure 10—SM406/RY400 Wiring Diagram ............................................................ 11
Figure 11—SM406/RY402 Wiring Diagram ............................................................ 11
Figure 12—SM401 Wiring Diagram ......................................................................... 12
Figure 13—RY401 and RY402 Application with SM404 Master ............................ 12
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Figure 1 — Master Station Controls and Functions
SM401
CALL
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
SM404, SM406, SM411
STATION
Speaker/Microphone
Station Directory (SM404/6/11)
Selector Button
Talk LED
Talk Button
Monitor LED (SM404/6/11)
Monitor Switch (SM404/6/11)
Privacy LED
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Privacy Switch
Door Release Button
Music Volume Control
Voice Volume Control
Paging Switch (All Call)
Paging LED
Station Selector Switch LED
Call Tone Button (SM401)
Figure 2 — System and Options
IR100B
Indoor remote with no call capability
PO001
Door strike
IR510B
Indoor remote with call button
RY400
Remote control relay, 3 outputs
IR141P
Indoor remote with call button and privacy
switch
RY401
All-call relay for 12 stations
RY402
In-use adapter
IR141U
Indoor remote with call button and in-use
light (requires RY402 in-use adapter)
SB205A
Paging horn (requires EC105 capacitor and
transformer)
IR143P
Indoor remote with 3 call buttons and
privacy switch
SF400
Call button for use with paging horn
SM401
Master 2 station with background music, slide
volume, all-call, one LED
SM404
Master 5 station, with background music, slide
volume, all-call, four LEDs
SM406
Master 7 station, same as SM404 with 6 LEDs
and selector switches
SM411
Master 12 station, same as SM404 with 11
LEDs and selector switches
SS106
Transformer
OR541U Outdoor remote with call button and in-use
light (requires RY402 in-use adapter)
OR601
Outdoor remote with no call capability
OR610
Outdoor remote with call button
OR642
Outdoor remote with illuminated call button
(walnut finish)
OR642W Outdoor remote with illuminated call button
(white finish)
PK400
Power supply
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System Operating Instructions ——————————————
Master Station
Call another station:
If the TALK light is not illuminated red, select the desired station by pressing its associated
selector button. The following will occur:
•
•
•
•
•
•
The TALK light will illuminate yellow.
The selected station CALL light will illuminate red.
If the called station is non-private, sound from the called station will be heard.
Set volume as needed.
Press the TALK button to speak, release to listen.
When finished, press the selected station button again to extinguish the CALL and
TALK lights.
Note: If a station button is pressed while the TALK light is red, the called station will not be
connected. Press the selector button again to release it, and wait until the TALK light goes
out. If the station is left selected, it will be connected when the system is free, but this
may result in an undesirable howling noise if more than one master was waiting for the
system to be free.
Answer a call from a remote at a master:
The incoming call will be announced by a chime or tone, and by a green CALL light. If the
TALK light is not illuminated red, press the selector button associated with the illuminated
CALL light. The following will occur:
•
•
•
•
•
The TALK light will illuminate yellow.
The selected station CALL light will change from green to red.
If the called station is non-private, sound from the calling station will be heard.
Press the TALK button to speak, release to listen.
When finished, press the selected station button again to extinguish the CALL and
TALK lights.
Note: If the station button is pressed while the TALK light is red, the selected station will
not be connected. Press the selector button again to release it, and wait until the TALK
light goes out.
Answer a call from a master at a master:
Calls from masters are not indicated by a light, but may be preceded by a short tone
signal. Master calls are announced by voice.
To answer, if the PRIVACY light is illuminated, press the PRIVACY button to turn privacy
off. It is not necessary to operate any other controls. Reply by voice.
Open the door (if installed):
Press the DOOR button (identified by a key).
Page all stations (if installed):
If the TALK light is not illuminated red, press the PAGE switch to the right. The following
will occur:
•
•
•
•
•
The TALK light will illuminate yellow.
The PAGE light will illuminate yellow.
If “talk back” is enabled, sounds from called stations will be heard.
Press the TALK button to speak, release to listen.
When finished, press the PAGE switch to the left to extinguish the TALK and PAGE
lights.
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System Operating Instructions
Monitor a room:
If the MONITOR light is not illuminated red, press the MONITOR button, and then press the
button associated with the desired station. The following will occur:
•
•
•
•
The MONITOR light will illuminate yellow.
The MONITOR light associated with the selected station will illuminate red.
If the monitored station is non-private, sounds from that station will be heard.
Set volume as needed.
When the intercom is in use by another station, the monitoring will be interrupted, but
will return when the other station is finished. When finished monitoring, press the
selected station button and the MONITOR button to extinguish the MONITOR and CALL lights.
Note: Do not attempt to use the MONITOR function if the MONITOR light is red. To do so
may result in a loud noise from the intercom.
Remote Station
Call a master:
If only one CALL button is available, press the button. If there is more than one CALL
button, press the button to call the desired master. If the remote has a PRIVACY switch,
and if privacy is selected, press the PRIVACY button to turn the privacy off. Reply by
voice when spoken to.
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System Installation
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Installation Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Read instructions to determine equipment location and installation method.
Install housings and wiring.
Check and connect wiring.
Program masters and install stations.
Check operation.
Planning and Equipment Location
NOTE: Do not locate any intercom components or wiring within 3 feet (1 meter) of
motors, transformers, fluorescent lights, dimmer switches, electrical wiring or other
sources of electrical interference.
NOTE: It is recommended that special consideration be given to the system cabling if
electromagnetic interference (EMI) or radio frequency interference (RFI) presents a
potential interference problem at a jobsite. The system cabling should be shielded—or in
extreme cases installed in metallic conduit—to provide protection from extraneous signals
or noise. If EMI (AC hum, ESD, computer or telephone data noise, etc.) and RFI
interference sources are in physical contact (for example, intercom cable is placed on top
of AC wiring), then standard shielded cable protection may be negated.
NOTE: TekTone® is not responsible for interference resulting from improper installation.
Masters and Remotes:
Do not locate masters near any source of direct heat, extreme cold, or in areas exposed
to dust, oil, chemicals or excess humidity. Locate stations where they will be convenient
to use. If wall mounted, locate at convenient operating height.
Do not locate stations close to each other (separate rooms are preferred).
Do not locate flush mounted stations back to back on a common wall.
Power Supply and Relays:
Locate the power supply and other central equipment near the center of the master-tomaster cable run and where convenient for service.
Do not locate units near any source of direct heat or extreme cold.
Transformer:
The transformer must be provided with 115 VAC electrical power. Locate the transformer
within 50 feet (15 meters) of the power supply, and at least 3 feet (1 meter) from
master stations, remote stations and intercom wiring.
Do not locate transformers near any source of heat.
Do not connect transformer to power source until wiring is complete. Observe all
local and national electrical codes.
Music System:
Locate music system according to the instructions supplied with the system. If any
area requires music without intercom, the music system may be located in that area.
System Housings
IH102
IH110R
IH400A
IH401
Flush mounting ring for indoor remotes
Flush mounting ring for SM406 and SM411 masters
Desk cabinet for SM401 and indoor remotes
Desk cabinet for SM404, SM406 and SM411
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System Installation
Wiring Installation
Master Stations:
Master stations may be loop wired.
Note: Due to common impedance coupling, tone signals may be amplified and heard
by master stations monitoring other stations. With long wires, this interference may be
quite loud. This effect may be reduced by using two conductors for the terminal C
wire, by using the next larger size conductor (#20 instead of #22), or by wiring the
system in a star pattern, so that all stations home run to the central equipment (power
supply) location.
If all call relay is not used, limit length of cable as follows:
Wire Size
#22
#20
#18
Maximum Total Cable Length
500 feet (150 meters)
800 feet (240 meters)
1200 feet (360 meters)
If the all call relay is used, limit length of cable as follows:
Wire Size
#22
#20
#18
Maximum Total Cable Length
250 feet (75 meters)
400 feet (120 meters)
600 feet (180 meters)
Number of wires:
7 common + 1 per station*
SM401 Master Station = 8 wires
SM406 Master Station = up to 13 wires
SM411 Master Station = up to 18 wires
* If no door release operation is required, eliminate one common. A second common
can be eliminated if no remotes with lighted push buttons are used.
Run cable from master-to-master and to central equipment location.
Note: Better performance may be obtained by running all wires to the central equipment
(power supply) location.
All Call:
Add 2 wires to master-to-master cable.
Background Music:
Add 1 wire to master-to-master cable.
Run 2 wires #18 twisted from music system to central equipment location, 100 feet
(30 meters) maximum.
Run 2 wires #18 twisted from music system to any background music-only speakers.
Door Release:
Add 1 wire to master-to-master cable.
Run 2 wires #18 from door release to central equipment, 100 feet (30 meters) maximum.
Keep this wire away from all other intercom wires.
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System Installation
Remote to Master Cable:
Limit length of cable as follows:
Wire Size
#22
#20
Maximum Total Cable Length
600 feet (180 meters)
1000 feet (300 meters)
Number of wires:
IR143P Remote stations = 2 wires
For all other remote stations except IR141U, OR541U and OR642/OR642W, run cable
to nearest master station, or to the central equipment location.
For the IR141U or OR541U remote stations, run cable to the RY402 in-use adapter.
For the OR642/OR642W remote station, run cable to the PK400 power supply location.
Paging Horn:
Limit length of cable as follows:
Wire Size
#22
#20
Maximum Total Cable Length
100 feet (30 meters)
200 feet (60 meters)
Notes:
1. A paging horn is a load equivalent to 6 remote stations, and should not be used
with the RY401 All Call Relay unless the total number of master and remote
stations is less than 6.
2. A paging horn requires the addition of either an EC105 Capacitor or an SF400
Call Button.
Connections
Make connections as shown on the appropriate wiring diagram. Do not connect any part of
the system to AC power lines. Do not connect transformer to power source until wiring is
complete.
Equipment Installation
Surface Mounting SM404, SM406 and SM411 Masters:
• Install IH401 cabinet on wall. Cabinet may be installed upside down to allow the front
panel to slope upwards, if required.
• Connect wires and install SM400 Series Master on cabinet.
Flush Mounting SM404, SM406 and SM411 Masters:
• Install IH110R housing as needed.
• Connect wires and install panel on housing with screws supplied.
Name Directory for SM404, SM406 and SM411 Masters:
• Remove button identification cover.
• Write station names on paper identification strip.
• Fasten identification strip to master using transparent tape.
• Replace button identification cover.
SM401 Master and Remote Stations:
• Install ring, housing or desk cabinet as needed.
• Connect wires.
• Install panel on housing with screws supplied.
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System Installation
SM404, SM406 and SM411 Masters:
The power supply and relay units are surface mounted.
• Install with screws provided.
• Connect wires.
SM400 Series Installation Instructions
Programming each master to work as desired is accomplished by setting the dip switches
on the back of the master. For most installations, these dip switches can remain at their
factory settings. The function of these programming switches is as follows:
Dip
Switch #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Name
MUTE
BACK
TIME
TONE
BEEP
CHIME
BUZZ
Function
Cancels call tone during intercom use
Cancels talk-back on “all call”
Cancels call lights timeout after 20 seconds
Cancels station calls’ pre-announce tone
Cancels “all call” pre-announce tone
Enables chime call tone
Enables buzz call tone
These switches may be set as needed; however, note the following points:
•
•
•
•
•
The position of dip switches affects only the master station that the switches are
located on.
Normally, all master stations should be set the same, but it is possible to have
different settings on each master if needed.
Switches 6 and 7 (CHIME and BUZZ) should not be ON at the same time.
Switch 2 (BACK) should not be OFF when other masters have Switch 1 (MUTE) OFF,
since the call tone may be amplified twice, producing a disturbing noise should a
remote call occur during all-call use.
The dip switches are set at the factory as shown in Section 1.8.
Factory Dip Switch Settings
Dip
Switch #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Name
Position
MUTE
ON
BACK
OFF
TIME
OFF
TONE
ON
BEEP
OFF
CHIME
ON
BUZZ
OFF
Function
Call tone during intercom disabled
Reply during “all call” enabled
Call light timeout enabled
Station calls’ pre-announce tone disabled
“All call” pre-announce tone enabled
Chime call tone enabled
Buzz call tone disabled
Call Tone Volume Adjustment:
The call tone volume control may be adjusted with a small screwdriver on the SM401.
It is located on the back of the station. On the SM406 and SM411, the control is located
behind the removable button identification cover.
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System Installation
Terminal Reference for Master
Terminals—what they do and when you need them.
Connector 1
Brown (N): This is the Negative of the power supply, and is necessary for system
operation.
Red (B): This is used for the “all call” feature, and is necessary when the PK401 all
call relay is installed.
Yellow (A): This is used for the “all call” feature, and is necessary when the PK401 all
call relay is installed.
Green (P): This is the Positive of the power supply, and is necessary for system
operation.
Blue (D): This line activates the door release on the PK400 power supply, and is also
used when the RY400 remote control relay is installed.
Violet (F): When this line is shorted to the “N” connection through a dry contact, the
master switches from listen to talk. (A selector button must be pushed in for this to
work.)
Grey (R): This line is the input for background music from the PK400, and is only
needed when a background music source is connected to the PK400.
White (C): This is the audio common, and is necessary for system operation.
Black (L): When a master is communicating with another master or remote, this line
causes the TALK light to light red, indicating that the system is in use. This line also
disables the amplifier on other masters until the master in communication is switched
off again. This line is necessary for system operation.
Brown/White (M): This line is used for the MONITOR feature. If this feature will not be
used, this line can be omitted.
Red/White (X): This line is the selector line for this master. This line is only used
when there is more than one master on the system. Connect the “X” connection to the
numbered terminal (1-11) on other master(s) that you want to use to call this master.
Example: You want to be able to push button 3 on master A or button 1 on master B to
communicate with master C. To do this you would connect the “X” terminal on master
C to Orange (3) on master A, and also connect it to Brown (1) on master B.
Connector 2
This connector is the selector button connection for the master, and is tied to the “X”
terminals on other masters or on remote stations.
Connector 3
These are auxiliary outputs for the selector lines, and are used with the RY400 remote
control relay and the RY402 in-use adapter. When a selector button is pushed, the
corresponding “K” connection goes positive to select the correct relay output on the
RY400, or to light the IN-USE light on remote stations so equipped.
Note: All master functions are controlled by the TALK light. If the TALK light is illuminated
red, the selected function will not operate properly. Wait for the TALK light to go out
before selecting any functions.
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Figure 3 — SM406/SM411
Terminal IDs
MUTE
BACK
TIME
TONE
BEEP
CHIME
BUZZ
SM406/SM411 MASTER (REAR VIEW)
ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
DIP SWITCH
OFF
DIP SWITCH DETAIL
PIN K1
CONNECTOR 3
PIN N
CONNECTOR 2
CONNECTOR 1
CONNECTOR 1
RED/WHITE
BROWN/WHITE
BLACK
WHITE
GREY
VIOLET
BLUE
GREEN
X M L C R F D P A
B N
RED
BROWN
YELLOW
ORANGE
RED
BROWN
3 2 1
RED/WHITE
BROWN/WHITE
BLACK
WHITE
GREY
VIOLET
BLUE
GREEN
YELLOW
K4
K3
K2
K1
11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4
ORANGE
RED
BROWN
K11
K10
K9
K8
K7
K6
K5
CONNECTOR 2
RED\WHITE
BROWN/WHITE
BLACK
WHITE
GREY
VIOLET
BLUE
CONNECTOR 3
PIN 1
NOTES: 1. Connectors are keyed, and will fit properly in the right location only.
2. Dip switch is set as shown at factory.
IL603 SM406 SM411 Terminal IDs 111996 1
Figure 4 — SM401 Terminal IDs
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Figure 5 — PK400/RY400 Series
Terminal IDs
EK714AW
Figure 6 — SM411 Master to Master
Wiring Diagram
MUSIC SYSTEM
SS106
PK400
TRANSFORMER
POWER SUPPLY
1
T2
2
3
4
T
S
SS102A
T1
SS106
TRANSFORMER
24 V.A.C.
TRANSFORMER
R2
D1
D2
SM411
PO001
MASTER
DOOR
RELEASE
OR642
OUTDOOR
REMOTE
C
X
SM411
MASTER
SM411
MASTER
SM411
MASTER
SM411
MASTER
16 V.A.C.
RY401
SM411
SM411
ALL CALL
RELAY
MASTER
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
B
B
B
B
B
A
A
A
A
A
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
F
F
F
F
F
F
R
R
R
R
R
R
C
C
C
C
C
C
L
L
L
L
L
M
M
M
M
X
1
1
1
X
2
2
3
SM411
MASTER
MASTER
SM411
SM411
MASTER
MASTER
SM411
MASTER
N
N
N
N
N
N
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
P
P
P
P
P
P
D
D
D
D
D
F
F
F
F
F
R1
R
R
R
R
R
C
C
C
C
C
C
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
X
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
X
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
X
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
X
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
7
X
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
8
7
X
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
9
8
8
X
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
10
9
9
9
X
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
11
10
10
10
10
X
11
11
11
11
11
11
12
11
11
11
11
11
E1
E2
NOTES:
1. Actual terminal locations not shown. See terminal identification diagrams.
2. Connect power transformers to 115 V.A.C. in accord with local electrical codes.
3. For wire size and maximum length, see the installation instructions.
4. If the music system is not used, delete wires to terminals R, R1 and R2.
5. If the door release is not used, delete wires to terminals D, and D1.
6. If any station should not receive all call, do not connect the X terminal for that station
to the RY401 all call relay ( note OR641 remote, connected to terminal 11, in the above diagram).
7. If a lighted outdoor remote is not used, connect terminal X directly to the SM411 (terminal 11
in the above diagram), and do not use PK400 terminals E1 and E2.
EK714
Figure 7 — SM411 Intermix
Wiring Diagram
MUSIC SYSTEM
1
SS106
TRANSFORMER
2
3
4
T
S
PK400
SS102A
TRANSFORMER
POWER SUPPLY
T2
T1
SS106
IR100B
24 V.A.C.
TRANSFORMER
INDOOR
REMOTE
16 V.A.C.
R2
X
D1
D2
SM411
MASTER
PO001
DOOR
RELEASE
OR610
OUTDOOR
REMOTE
OR642
OUTDOOR
REMOTE
C
C
X
X
SM411
MASTER
SM411
RY401
ALL CALL
RELAY
MASTER
N
C
SM401
MASTER
SM401
MASTER
SM401
MASTER
SM401
MASTER
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
F
F
F
1
1
1
1
R
R
R
R1
R
R
R
R
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
E2
X
X
X
X
1
1
1
E1
1
2
2
2
2
X
3
3
3
4
X
4
4
5
5
X
5
6
6
6
6
7
7
7
7
8
8
8
8
9
9
9
9
10
10
10
10
11
11
11
11
3
4
5
12
IR141
IR141
C
C
X
X
INDOOR
REMOTE
INDOOR
REMOTE
NOTES:
1. Actual terminal locations not shown. See terminal identification diagrams.
2. Connect power transformers to 115 V.A.C. in accord with local electrical codes.
3. For wire size and maximum length, see the installation instructions.
4. If lighted outdoor remotes are not used, terminals E1 and E2 do not need to be used.
5. If the music system is not used, delete wires to terminals R, R1 and R2.
6. If the door release is not used, delete wires to terminals D, and D1.
7. The IR100B station receives music but cannot make or receive intercom calls.
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IL603 SM406 Master to Master Wiring Diagram 082203 1
Figure 8 — SM406 Master to Master
Wiring Diagram
Figure 9 — SM406 Master to Remote
Wiring Diagram
SS106
TRANSFORMER
PK400
POWER SUPPLY
T2
T1
24 V.A.C.
SS106
R2
TRANSFORMER
D1
D2
RY401
ALL CALL
RELAY
N
P
SM406
MASTER
N
N
B
B
A
A
P
P
D
25V AUDIO
PO001
TRANSFORMER
DOOR
RELEASE
SB205A
PAGING HORN
D
F
FOOT SWITCH
R1
R
OR642/OR642W
C
C
OUTDOOR
REMOTE
L
L
M
M
E2
X
OR610
OUTDOOR
REMOTE
IR141P
INDOOR
REMOTE
IR141P
INDOOR
REMOTE
IR510B
INDOOR
REMOTE
C
C
C
C
C
X
X
X
X
X
SF400
CALL BUTTON
H
H
E1
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
C
X
7
8
9
10
11
12
IL603 SM406 Master to Remote Wiring Diagram 082203 1
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NOTES:
1. Actual terminal locations not shown. See terminal identification diagrams.
2. Connect power transformers to 115 V.A.C. in accord with local electrical codes.
3. For wire size and maximum length, see the installation instructions.
4. If a lighted outdoor remote is not used, it is not necessary to use terminals E1 and E2.
5. If the door release is not used, delete connection to terminals D, and D1.
6. If the SF400 call button is not used, replace it with an EC105 capacitor in series.
7. If the paging horn is not connected to the all call relay, the 25V audio transformer is not needed.
Figure 10 — SM406/RY400
Wiring Diagram
Figure 11 — SM406/RY402
Wiring Diagram
SS106
TRANSFORMER
PK400
POWER SUPPLY
T2
T1
SS106
24 V.A.C.
TRANSFORMER
R2
NOTES:
1. Actual terminal locations not shown. See terminal identification diagram
2. Connect power transformers to 115 V.A.C. in accord with local electrica
3. For wire size and maximum length, see the installation instructions.
4. If the door release is not used, delete connections to terminals D and D
D1
D2
SM406
MASTER
N
PO001
E1
E2
N
B
DOOR
RELEASE
A
INDOOR
REMOTE
IR141
INDOOR
REMOTE
C
C
X
X
N
RY402
IN-USE
ADAPTER
N
B
A
P
P
P
D
D
D
F
IR141
SM406
MASTER
P
F
R
R1
R
C
C
C
L
L
L
M
M
M
S1
OR541U
S2
OUTDOOR
REMOTE
X
1
1
X
2
2
X1
3
3
X2
4
4
X3
5
5
6
6
K1
K1
K1
K2
K2
K2
K3
K3
K3
K4
K4
K5
K5
K6
K6
IR141U
INDOOR
REMOTE
IR141U
INDOOR
REMOTE
S3
C
C
C
S
S
S
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Figure 12 — SM401
Wiring Diagram
Figure 13 — RY401 and RY402
application with SM404 Master
SS106
TRANSFORMER
PK400
POWER SUPPLY
T2
T1
SS106
NOTES:
1. Actual terminal locations not shown. See terminal identification diagrams.
2. Connect power transformers to 115 V.A.C. in accord with local electrical codes.
3. For wire size and maximum length, see the installation instructions.
4. If the door release is not used, delete connections to terminals D and D1.
5. RY402 should always have a "direct" connection to the PK400's "N" terminal.
24 V.A.C.
TRANSFORMER
R2
D1
D2
SM404
MASTER
PO001
DOOR
RELEASE
SM404
MASTER
E1
E2
N
SM404
MASTER
N
RY402
IN-USE
ADAPTER
N
RY401
NOTE: Use only if RY401 and RY402
are installed together
ALL CALL
RELAY
Separate diode required for
each RY402 circuit used.
N
N
B
B
B
B
A
A
A
A
P
P
P
P
D
D
D
D
OR541U
F
F
F
OUTDOOR
REMOTE
R
R
R1
R
C
C
C
C
L
L
L
L
M
M
M
M
X
1
1
1
2
X
2
2
3
3
X
1
2
3
4
4
4
P
N
P
Any "B" Terminal in the system
B
C
S
S1
1N4003
Diode
3
X1
4
5
K1
K1
K1
K2
K2
K2
K3
K3
K3
K4
K4
K4
K1
6
K1
7
K2
K3
8
9
RY402
K4
10
11
12
NOTE: Above is needed only at one
master on the system
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