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DCS 6000

User Manual

Digital Conference System

IS 6132P Interpreter Set

with firmware 5.3.xx or later

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Copyright © 2006 DIS

IS6132 REV M.DOC

04-05-2006

No part of this publication may be reproduced or utilised in any form or by any means without permission in writing from the publisher

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List of Contents

List of Contents.....................................................

3

Important ..............................................................

4

Compliancy........................................................

4

Installation precautions ....................................

4

Cleaning .............................................................

4

Repacking ..........................................................

4

Warranty ...........................................................

4

Description of the DCS 6000 system ...................

5

Features..............................................................

5

System components...........................................

6

Central equipment etc......................................

6

Interpreter equipment ......................................

6

Conference equipment and channel selectors . 6

Operating instructions .........................................

7

IS 6132 P Interpreter Set ..................................

7

General description ..........................................

7

Features............................................................

7

User Controls, indications & connectors .........

7

Set up for each interpreters set.........................

9

Normal operation ...........................................

11

System Setup........................................................

14

Typical schematics...........................................

14

Appendix ..............................................................

15

Language list ....................................................

15

Technical appendix..........................................

16

Cabling...........................................................

16

Accessories (not supplied) .............................

17

Technical specifications.................................

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Copyright © 2006 DIS

IS6132 REV M.DOC

04-05-2006

No part of this publication may be reproduced or utilised in any form or by any means without permission in writing from the publisher

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Important

Compliancy

The equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits of the following standards for digital devices:

EN55103-1(Emission)

EN55103-2(Immunity)

FCC rules part 15, class A (Emission)

This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial or light industrial environment. The equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the user manual it may cause harmful interference to radio communications.

You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment.

Installation precautions

Do not install the unit in a location near heat sources such as radiators or air ducts, or in a place

exposed to direct sunlight, excessive dust or humidity, mechanical vibration or shock.

To avoid moisture condensations do not install the unit where the temperature may rise rapidly.

Cleaning

To keep the cabinet in its original condition, periodically clean it with a soft cloth. Stubborn stains may be removed with a cloth lightly dampened with a mild detergent solution. Never use organic solvents such as thinners or abrasive cleaners since these will damage the cabinet.

Repacking

Save the original shipping cardboard box and packing material; they will become handy if you ever have to ship the unit. For maximum protection, re-packthe unit as originally packed from the factory.

Warranty

The individual units in the DCS 6000 system are minimum covered by 12 months warranty against defects in materials or workmanship.

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Description of the DCS 6000 system

Features

The DCS 6000 system has the following main features:

Fully digital

Excellent sound quality

“State of the Art” fully digital integrated interpretation, discussion and voting system offering interpretation, language distribution, conference microphone and voting facilities with attendance check with Chip Card ™.

New, unique digital DATA and AUDIO bus.

39 incoming channels (8 floor channels + 31 interpreted channels) and one Line input.

33 distributed channels (2 x floor + 31 interpreted channels)

The Delegate and Interpreter units are powered and controlled by the CU 6010 Central Unit, which drives up to app. 200 units on 4 chains.

EX 6010 Extension Units or PS 6000 Power Supplies available if more units are required

A total of 4000 units (delegate and/or interpreter units) can be connected to the system.

Using screened CAT5 or CAT5e cabling (FTP or STP) ensuring a very cost effective installation and easy set-upof portable systems

Firmware in Delegate units, Interpreter Units, Central Units etc. upgradeable through serial PC-connection(RS232 or RS422)

Can be operated with or without a PC.

Added functionality and comprehensive features provided by SW 6000 software package running on PC

RS232/RS422 connection on CU 6010 for external operation of the system of a PC or control system such as AMX or Crestron

The SW 6000 is an optional software package, which expands the functionality of the DCS 6000 system. The software runs on standard computer technology (Standard PC with Windows 2000 or XP).

Main features of the SW 6000 are:

Microphone management

Mimic panel operation

Interpretation management

Voting management

Message handling

Agenda handling

Data stored on SQL data base for easy export/import of data as well as easy links to external databases

Multi language user interfaces

Supports different User types with different priorities, user interfaces and control possibilities

Variety of printing facilities such as speaker’s log, voting results, delegates list etc.

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System components

The CU 6010 Central Unit supports all available units in the DCS 6000 series:

Central equipment etc.

EX 6010 Extension Unit

PS 6000 Power Supply AO 6008 Audio Output box

RP 6004 Repeater for four chains

JB 6002 Junction Box with 2 outputs JB 6004 Junction Box with 4 outputs

Interpreter equipment

IS 6132P Interpreter Set

LS 6032P Interpreter Loudspeaker

Conference equipment and channel selectors

CS 6032FV/H

Channel Selector (flush mounted)

CM/DM 6010P

Conference Unit (portable)

 

CM/DM 6020P

Conference Unit (portable) with

 

XLR microphone connector

 

CM/DM 6070P

Conference Unit (portable) with

 

two built-inchannel selectors

CM/DM 6090P

Conference Unit (portable) with

 

two built-inchannel selectors and

 

XLR microphone connector

 

CM/DM 6060F

Conference Unit (flush mounted)

 

with one built-inchannel

 

selectors

 

 

 

CM/DM 6510F

Conference Unit (flush mounted)

 

with Chip-cardand 3 voting

 

buttons

 

 

 

CM/DM 6560F

Conference Unit (flush mounted)

 

with one built-inchannel

 

selector, Chip-cardand 3 voting

 

buttons

 

 

 

MU 6040C/D

Microphone

Unit

for use

with

 

customised

front

plate

with

 

Loudspeaker,

Microphone

and

 

Buttons. Available

in Delegate

 

(D) and Chairman (C) version

AM 6040

Ambient Noise Microphone

 

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Operating instructions

IS 6132 P Interpreter Set

General description

The IS 6132 Interpreter Set is designed for use for one interpreter, It is a compact unit for table top use. The design of the units is easy understandable with a “listening part” at the left side of the uni t and a “speaking part” at the right side of the unit.

Features

The main features of the IS 6132 Interpreter Unit are:

4 pre-selectlistening channels

Large LCD display with back light possibility

Clear LED indication in buttons

For use with either headset or gooseneck microphone

User Controls, indications & connectors

Front plate layout

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IS 6132 Interpreter Set

 

Speaking

 

too fast

Call

Relay-select

B-select

- TREBLE +

d

B

c

Engaged

 

b

- BASS +

A

a

 

Incoming Outgoing

- VOLUME +

Floor

Microphone

Mute

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Front plate controls

Incoming Section

Volume

This control adjusts the listening level in the connected headphone

Bass

A

Press this button to select the A-languageas the outgoing channel. A Red LED is indicating, that A- language is selected. The Yellow engaged LED is indicating, that theA-channelis occupied i.e. a microphone on an interpreter set is switched on at this channel

B

This control adjust the Bass level in the connected headphone

Treble

This control adjust the Treble level in the connected headphone

a-b-c-d

Press this button to select the B-languageas the outgoing channel. A Red LED is indicating, that B- language is selected The Yellow engaged LED is indicating, that theB-channelis occupied i.e. a microphone on an interpreter set is switched on at this channel.

B-Select

These button selects between four pre-selectionof relay channels

Relay-select

These buttons are used for each of the four preselection to scroll through the available languages

Floor

This button selects the floor language as the listening language

Outgoing Section

Microphone

After pressing the B-button,theB-languagecan be selected (if ALL is chosen at theB-modeselection in theB-languageset-upmenu.

Speaking too fast

Pressing this button sends a signal to the Chairman, that the Speaker has to slow down his speech.

Call

Not implemented

Connectors

XLR connector

This button switches on the microphone. When switched ON, the button and the light ring on the gooseneck microphone will light red.

Mute

This button is used to temporarily switching off the microphone (when coughing etc). The channel is still “occupied” when pressing the button, but the microphone is disconnected as long as the button is depressed. Mute is indicated by switching off the light in the light ring of the microphone.

The XLR-connectoron the front is used for connecting a microphone to the unit. Please note that only DIS series GM40xx and GM44xx can be used.

Headphone connector

On each side of the interpreter set a mini jack is located for connecting a headphone for listening to the Floor language or one of the pre-selectedrelay languages(a-b-c-d).On the left side a standard jack connector is also located with the same functionality.

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Headset Connector

On the left side, a DIN connector is located for connecting a DIS headset instead of a microphone.

“Display” power connector

The unit supports a dimmed backlight (on/off user selectable) in the LCD display with no external power supply connected. However special circumstances can required full light in the display. At the bottom a power connector is used for connecting a optional Power Adapter used for supplying power for full light in the display. Please note, that the interpreter set is functioning perfectly also without light in the display.

Please observe that only the Power adapter supplied with the interpreter set can be used. Other Power adapters might damage the interpreter set.

Loudspeaker Connector

A D-Sub9 pole connector for connecting the LS6032 Loudspeaker unit is located at the bottom of the unit. The LS6032 Loudspeaker has a separate Volume control. The loudspeaker will be disconnected automatically if a microphone is switched on at one of the interpreter sets in the same booth (sameA-language).This connector is only on some versions of the Interpreter Set.

DCS LAN connector

Two RJ45 sockets are located at the bottom of the unit for connecting to the previous unit (an Interpreter set or CU 6010 or an other DCS 6000 unit) and to the next unit.

Set up for each interpreters set

When an IS 6132 interpreter unit is connected to the CU 6010, the following start-upscreen is shown

DANISH INTERPRETATION

SYSTEMS

IS6132

055.004.255

The 9 digit number at the bottom of the display is the units serial number. Each of the three positions separated by dots can hold a value of 0-255giving a maximum serial number of 255.255.255.

After some seconds the following type of screen is shown:

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SWE

FLOOR

2

1

ITA

FLOOR

ENGLISH

3

FR

FLOOR

11

4

DAN

FLOOR

SWEDISH

 

 

 

 

This screen will be different on the various Interpreter sets, depending on the individual set-upof the Interpreter Set. If the welcoming screen does not disappear, the interpreter set has not been setup. For setting up the interpreter set, please see next section.

A black dot in the middle of the first line indicates that the Audio out from the interpreter unit is muted. The reason for this is communication problems. Cables etc. have to be checked.

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SWE

FLOOR

2

1

ITA

FLOOR

ENGLISH

3

FR

FLOOR

11

4

DAN

FLOOR

SWEDISH

 

 

 

 

Setup menu

Before using an Interpreter Set, a set-upof the A- language andB-languagehas to be done on all other interpreters’ sets.

When b and B are depressed simultaneously the setup menu is shown:

-Booth/deskno.-B-language/B-mode-Ver.and serial no.-Communicationstatus

When the unit is un-configured(has not yet received an address) the first two menus will not be available. This is indicated by the missing“-“

Booth/desk no. B-language/B-mode

-Ver.and serial no.-Communicationstatus

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If the B-selectbuttons is pressed the last two menu items are shown:

-Backlight

-ABwith mic on

 

 

 

 

A menu is selected by pressing the button to the left of the menu (a-d).Then the display shows the next level of menus or selections.

Booth selection

Pressing the (d) button selects the Booth set-upmenu:

Booth:

 

7 - 7 Norwegian

OK

Desk number:

Cancel

1

 

All The interpreter can select anyB-languagehimself.

One Only theB-languagechosen at the B- language selection can be used during operation.

None During operation noB-languagecan be used (theB-buttonhas no function except forb-B).

To save the selection, press OK (B-button).

Ver. and serial no.

This is an information menu showing the version, software serial number and the address assigned to the unit by the CU 6010 Central Unit.

IS6132 rev. D

 

SW ver.:

053.009

OK

Serial #: 055.004.255

 

Address:

215

 

Press c-buttonfor selecting the Booth number for the Interpreter Set. A black dot is indicating the selection. Then useRelay-selectup/down to scroll through the available languages. The Desk number will automatically change to the next available desk for the selected language. To save the selection, press OK(B-button).

If the desk number is set to an already occupied desk number the set will take over the configuration from the set on that desk and the other set will be loose the configuration.

“B” language selection

When B-languageis selected by pressing the c- button, the following menu will appear.

B-language:

 

7 Norwegian

OK

B-mode:

Cancel

One

 

Press button (c) for selecting the B-languagefor the Interpreter Set. A black dot is indicating the selection. UseRelay-selectup/down to scroll through the available languages.

Press button (a) for selecting the B-modefor the Interpreter Set. TheB-modeselection has the following choices:

Press OK to return to the Set-upmenu

Communication status

This is an information menu showing the communication status of the unit.

Rx Errors:

0

 

Tx

Retries:

0

OK

Tx

dropped:

0

Reset

Press Reset to reset the number of Errors etc. counted. After start up, some errors can be seen, but if the numbers of errors are constantly increasing, the cabling or a unit is defective. The fault could also be a LAN connector, which is not properly inserted. Please note the “click” from the lock, when inserting the connector.

Press OK to return to the Set-upmenu.

If the communication during start up is failing in a way, that the Interpreter Unit will not work, this screen will be shown instead of normal welcoming screen.

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LCD backlight

This menu gives the user the possibility to control the dimmed LCD backlight:

LCD

backlight:

ON

OK

 

Cancel

The user can toggle the backlight setting between ON and OFF by pressing the relay-selectbuttons.

Press OK to return to the Set-upmenu

Only dimmed LCD backlight can be controlled using this menu – strong LCD backlight will be available if external Power Supply is connected

AB switch with mic on

AB switch with mic on means that the user can change the outgoing channel from A to B even when the microphone is active.

AB switch with mic on: ON OK

Cancel

The feature is toggled between ON and OFF with relay-select.

This feature is typically used in two language scenarios where an interpreter is responsible for translating from language A to B and also the reverse from language B to A.

Press OK to return to the Set-upmenu.

Normal operation

As mentioned in previous chapter the following type of screen is shown short time after the system is powered up:

11

SWE

FLOOR

2

1

ITA

FLOOR

ENGLISH

3

FR

FLOOR

11

4

DAN

FLOOR

SWEDISH

 

 

 

 

This screen will be different on the various Interpreter Sets, depending on the individual set-upof the Interpreter Set.

Please note, if the welcoming screen is not disappearing, the Booth number has not been setup. For setting up the interpreter set, please see the section “Set up for each interpreters set”.

Selection of incoming language

When interpreting, the interpreter will listen to either the “Floor” language or will listen to one o f the interpreted languages. The Floor button will select the Floor language and the buttons a, b, c andd select thepre-selectedlanguages shown on theLCD-displayto the headphone output. Each of the buttons can bepre-selectedto any of the interpreter channels.

When one of the buttons a, b, c andd is pressed a LED is lighted in the button pressed indicating, that thispre-selectis chosen.

The two first characters in the display show the channel number (e.g. 12 or 5) and the following three characters show the corresponding language in short (see language list).

When the Floor button is pressed the Floor channel is selected and the green Floor LED is lit. Also the indication in one of the buttonsa, b, c andd is removed.

OBS If the functionality, that pressing the Floor button again shall switch the listening back to the previous selection of (a, b, c or d) is required, at setting in the CU 6010 can be changed. Please consult the DIS factory for this option.

When one of the a-dchannels is selected the Floor LED goes out and the audio from the selected channel is switched on instead of Floor. It is then possible to change the listening channel with theRelay select up and down push buttons. When the highest number is reached when stepping up, the counting restarts from 1.

The reverse will happen when stepping down.

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If one of the buttons is held down for more than one second the channels will scroll through the languages with a speed of 2-4languages per second.

Only the number of channels set at the Channel Setup menu at the CU 6010 can be selected and shown. The numbers will always be in succession from 1 and up. The same is the case for the CS 6032 channel selectors, with the exception, that the CS 6032 is also showing channel 0 (floor)

Showing quality of Incoming language

To the right of the four a-dlanguage abbreviations of the quality of the source is shown.

If there is no interpretation at the channel (Floor audio is present) then “FLOOR” will be shown.

When there is an interpreters set switched on to the channel where the interpreter is listening to Floor, then a quality indication “+” is shown.

When an interpreter’s set is switched on to the channel where the interpreter listens to another channel whose interpreter listens to Floor, a quality indication “-.”is shown. This is indication one re lay interpreting.

Brought one level further, a quality indication “- -.”is shown. This is indication for double or more relay interpreting

When interpreting on the A-languageand the A- language of the Interpreter Set is selected, then “FLOOR“ will be shown, preventing that the interpreter hears himself. For testing purpose, the corresponding a, b, c or d button can be pressed for 3 seconds the listening audio will then switch to the interpreter himself and the quality indication change to “SELF”. When releasing the button, the listening audio will switch back to Floor and the quality indication changes to “FLOOR” again.

If the A-languageis not selected the quality indication “SELF” is shown

All a-dselections show the actual quality of the channels at all times.

Selection of Outgoing channel

The two push buttons A andB are used to select whether the interpreter will be routed to the A- orB-outgoingchannel.

When A is pressed the red LED is lighted in the button. WhenB is pressed the light in theA-buttonwill go out and the red LED in theB-buttonwill light up.

The A-lineswill always show the language of the one selected for the Interpreter Set. The upper line at the left shows the channel number and the lower line shows the languages in full name in accordance to the language list supported (max. 10 char.).

When the system is initialised and set up then the A-displaywill show the booth languages and A is automatically selected.B-displaywill show the B- language selected at theB-languageSet-up

When B is pressed the light LED in the button is lit. It is now possible to change the selection of the B- language channel with theB-select push buttons up and down if theB-modeis set to “All” in the B- language setup menu.

The B-selectionwill only function when B is selected and the Microphone isnot switched On.

Microphone on/off

When the push button is pressed the microphone audio is put on to the outgoing channel; the LED’s in the button and the lamp of the microphone are lit up. If another interpreter already occupies the outgoing channel nothing will happen.

When the push button again is pressed the sound from the microphone, the button LED’s and microphone lamp is switched off.

Mute

The button will switch off the audio from the microphone to the outgoing channel while it is depressed (the channel is muted). Also the light ring in the microphone is switched off while depressed.

When the button is released the microphone audio is switched on again and the light ring in the microphone is switched on.

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Speaking too fast)

When pushing this button the LED in the Speaking too fast button lights in 10 sek. in all IS 6132 units.

And at the same time the Speaking too fast indication will be indicated in units supporting this function (as some CM6xxx units or PC with SW 6000 software)

Call

Not implemented.

A-Engaged

The yellow LED is lit if the channel is occupied either by another interpreter or the interpreters set itself occupies the channel.

B-Engaged

The yellow LED is lit if the channel is occupied either by another interpreter or the interpreters set itself occupies the channel.

Error indication

If errors occur in the communication with the CU it will be indicated by the interpreters set. The set has two error thresholds. The first threshold is reached when audio-datafrom the CU contains too many errors for the sound to be reproduced correctly. This is indicated by a black matrix in the normal operation display and by the communication display when the set isun-initialised.The second threshold is reached when the frame error rate reaches a higher predefined value. When this happens the set will enter the communication status display regardless of the state the set was in before errors occurred.

The error status is checked every 5 seconds and when no errors has occurred since the last check the set enters the operation mode it was in before errors was detected.

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System Setup

For generel guidelines etc. please consult the CU 6000 User Manual.

Typical schematics

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Appendix

Language list

The following languages are supported by the DCS 6000 system:

Language

ISO 639-2/B

 

Language

ISO 639-2/B

 

Language

ISO 639-2/B

 

abbreviation

 

 

abbreviation

 

 

abbreviation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Floor language

FLO

 

Icelandic

ICE

 

Slovenian

SLV

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Afrikaans

AFR

 

Indonesian

IND

 

Spanish

SPA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Albanian

ALB

 

Irish

GLE

 

Swahili

SWA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Arabic

ARA

 

Italian

ITA

 

Swedish

SWE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Armenian

ARM

 

Japanese

JAP

 

Tagalog

TGL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Azerbaijani

AZE

 

Javanese

JAV

 

Tajik

TGK

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Basque

BAQ

 

Kazakh

KAZ

 

Tamil

TAM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Belarusian

BEL

 

Khmer

KHA

 

Telugu

TEL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bengali

BEN

 

Kirghiz

KIR

 

Thai

THA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bulgarian

BUL

 

Korean

KOR

 

Tibetan

TIB

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Burmese

BUR

 

Kurdish

KUR

 

Turkish

TUR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cantonese

CAN

 

Lao

LAO

 

Turkmen

TUK

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Catalan

CAT

 

Latvian

LAV

 

Ukrainian

UKR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chinese

CHI

 

Lithuanian

LIT

 

Urdu

URD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Corsican

COR

 

Macedonian

MAC

 

Uzbek

UZB

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Croatian

SCR

 

Malay

MAY

 

Vietnamese

VIE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Czech

CZE

 

Maltese

MAL

 

Welsh

WEL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Danish

DAN

 

Marathi

MAR

 

Yoruba

YOR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dutch

DUT

 

Mongolian

MON

 

Other no 1

N 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

English

ENG

 

Nepali

NEP

 

Other no 2

N 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Estonian

EST

 

Norwegian

NOR

 

Other no 3

N 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Finnish

FIN

 

Panjabi

PAN

 

Other no 4

N 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

French

FRE

 

Persian

PER

 

Other no 5

N 5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gallegan

GLG

 

Polish

POL

 

Other no 6

N 6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Georgian

GEO

 

Portuguese

POR

 

Other no 7

N 7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

German

GER

 

Raetoroman

ROH

 

Other no 8

N 8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Greek

GRE

 

Romanian

RUM

 

Other no 9

N 9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hausa

HAU

 

Russian

RUS

 

Other no 10

N10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hebrew

HEB

 

Serbian

SCC

 

Other no 11

N11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hindi

HIN

 

Sinhalese

SIN

 

Other no 12

N12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hungarian

HUN

 

Slovak

SLO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Technical appendix

Cabling

CAT5

The DCS 6000 system uses CAT5, CAT5e or CAT6 FTP or STP cables with screened RJ45 connectors.

It is important to use only FTP or STP (screened) cables and screened RJ45 connectors and not UTP cable, which is unscreened.

EIA 568-Bwiring shall be used. How to wire a CAT5 (EIA568-B)Cable:

Pin

Function

Connector #1

Connector #2

 

 

 

 

1

In-going+

ORG/WHT

ORG/WHT

2

In-going-

ORG

ORG

3

+48V

GRN/WHT

GRN/WHT

4

0V

BLU

BLU

5

0V

BLU/WHT

BLU/WHT

6

+48V

GRN

GRN

7

Outgoing -

BRN/WHT

BRN/WHT

8

Outgoing +

BRN

BRN

Note. If other colour codes are used then the four pairs are connected as follows:

Pair 1: Pin 1 & 2

Pair 2: Pin 3 & 6

Pair 3: Pin 4 & 5

Pair 4: Pin 7 & 8

The phase of the pairs must be correct and the wiring spec. as stated in CAT5 (EIA 568-B)have to be followed.

Note: CAT6 cables can normally only be terminated in sockets (female) and not in cable plugs. CAT6 should thus only be used for long cable draws terminating in wall outlets or patch panels.

Loudspeaker

Pin

Connector D9S

 

 

1

Power (+48VDC)

2

Not connected

3

+Signal

4

Not connected

5

Power Ground.

6

Mute

7

Not connected

8

-Signal

9

Signal Ground

Interpreter Headset

Pin

Connector Din 8 pole female

 

 

1

+ Headphones

2

0 V Ground

3

+ Mic signal

4

- Headphones

5

- Mic signal 0 V Ground

6

0 V Ground

7

0 V Ground

8

0 V Ground

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Accessories (not supplied)

GM 4422 Gooseneck microphone .........................

18 12 05661

EC 6000-01Connection Cable 1 m.........................

10 03 13101

DH 6001 Headphone .............................................

14 11 03054

EC 6000-02Connection Cable 2 m.........................

10 03 13201

IH 6000 Headset ....................................................

11 14 04951

EC 6000-05Connection Cable 5 m.........................

10 03 13501

LS 6132P Loudspeaker...........................................

15 09 10382

EC 6000-10Connection Cable 10 m.......................

10 03 14102

Power adapter (for full light in display) .................

S1 01 99870

EC 6000-20Connection Cable 20 m.......................

10 03 14202

EC 6000-..5Connection Cable 0,5 m .....................

10 03 12500

EC 6000-50Connection Cable 50 m.......................

10 03 14502

Technical specifications

Digital Section

Sound quality .........

20 bit audio @ 32 kHz sampling frequency

Number of incoming channels.............................

32 (31 + floor)

Number of outgoing channels (interpreted) ............................

31

Analog Section

Microphone input type........................

DIS GM 4xxx series only

Headphone output level: ...................................................

 

1,5 V

Min. headphone impedance:.............................

 

4 ohm – 1 kohm

External loudspeaker output level (balanced):

..........max. 2,8 V

Min. loudspeaker amp. input impedance: .......................

2 kohm

Frequency response ....................................................

 

50-15kHz

Signal to noise ratio: ..................................................

 

>85 dBA

Total harmonic distortion: .............................................

 

< 0.1%

General

 

 

Temperature to guarantee specified performance

............................. 5 Deg C. to 40 Deg C. (10 to 80% humidity)

Storage temperature

.......................... -20Deg C. to 60 Deg C. (10 to 80% humidity)

Weight ..............................................................................

1,0 kg

Dimensions (W x H x D) .............................

235 x 73 x 115 mm

 

without knobs and microphone

Connectors

DCS LAN network ...............................................

2 pieces RJ45

Microphone input.......................................

XLR3 female socket

Headphone connectors .....................

2 pieces mini jack 3.5 mm

.............................................................

1 piece standard jack ¼”

Headset connector............................................

8 pin DIN socket

LS 6032P Loudspeaker Unit socket .....................................

D9S

Power requirement...................................................

24-48V DC

Power consumption (excl. LS6032P) ...............

2,5W maximum

Power supplied from CU 6000 / CU 6010 / EX 6010 / PS 6000

Standards

The IS 6132 conforms to all relevant standards.

Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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