RTS KP 32 CLD, EKP 32 CLD, DKP 16 CLD User Manual

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CLD Color Keypanel Family

User Manual

KP 32 CLD

DKP 16 CLD

EKP 32 CLD

93507858000 Rev B

8/2008

PROPRIETARYNOTICE

The product information and design disclosed herein were originated by and are the property of Telex Communications, Inc. Telex reserves all patent, proprietary design, manufacturing, reproduction, use and sales rights thereto, and to any article disclosed therein, except to the extent rights are expressly granted to others.

COPYRIGHTNOTICE

Copyright 2008 by Telex Communications, Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction, in whole or in part, without prior written permission from Telex is prohibited.

WARRANTYNOTICE

See the enclosed warranty card for further details.

CUSTOMERSUPPORT

Technical questions should be directed to:

Customer Service Department

RTS/Telex Communications, Inc.

12000 Portland Avenue South

Burnsville, MN 55337 USA

Telephone: 800-392-3497

Fax: 800-323-0498

RETURNSHIPPINGINSTRUCTIONS

Customer Service Department

Telex Communications, Inc. (Lincoln, NE) Telephone: 402-467-5321

Fax: 402-467-3279

Factory Service: 800-553-5992

Please include a note in the box which supplies the company name, address, phone number, a person to contact regarding the repair, the type and quantity of equipment, a description of the problem and the serial number(s).

SHIPPING TO THEMANUFACTURER

All shipments of product should be made via UPS Ground, prepaid (you may request from Factory Service a different shipment method). Any shipment upgrades will be paid by the customer. The equipment should be shipped in the original packing carton. If the original carton is not available, use any suitable container that is rigid and of adequate size. If a substitute container is used, the equipment should be wrapped in paper and surrounded with at least four (4) inches of excelsior or similar shock-absorbingmaterial. All shipments must be sent to the following address and must include the Proof of Purchase for warranty repair. Upon completion of any repair the equipment will be returned via United Parcel Service or specified shipper, collect.

Factory Service Department

Telex Communications, Inc.

8601 East Cornhusker Hwy.

Lincoln, NE 68507 U.S.A.

Attn: Service

Table

of

Contents

INTRODUCTION .............................................

3

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

3

Specifications ..........................................................

4

KP 32 CLD Block Diagram ....................................

5

Reference View - KP 32 CLD (90007858000) .......

6

FRONT PANEL DESCRIPTIONS .......................................

6

REAR PANEL DESCRIPTIONS ..........................................

7

OPTIONAL GPI 32 CLD MODULE ................................

7

Reference View DKP 16 CLD (90007866000) .......

8

FRONT PANEL DESCRIPTIONS .......................................

8

Connector Pinouts ................................................

11

Accessing the Switch Bank ...................................

14

INSTALLATION .............................................

17

KP 32 CLD Installation ........................................

17

POWER UP .................................................................

18

Address Setting .....................................................

18

GENERAL INFORMATION .............................................

18

Connections ..........................................................

19

FRAME CONNECTOR ...................................................

19

HEADSET CONNECTOR ................................................

19

PANEL MICROPHONE CONNECTOR .............................

19

FOOTSWITCH CONNECTOR ..........................................

19

BASIC OPERATION ......................................

21

Intercom Keys and Displays .................................

21

COLORDISPLAYDESCRIPTIONS FORINTERCOMKEYS.21

DISPLAY ICONS ...........................................................

22

Default Keypad .....................................................

24

DEFAULT KEYPAD ......................................................

25

INFO button .........................................................

27

Intercom Key Operation .......................................

28

BASIC INTERCOM KEY OPERATION ..............................

28

Key Gain Adjustment ............................................

29

Listen Volume Adjustments ..................................

29

Aux Volume Adjustments ......................................

30

Operation of Intercom Keys with Auto Functions 32

Operation of Intercom Keys with Options ............

32

GROUP OPTION KEYS ................................................

32

SOLO KEY ..................................................................

32

Operation of Intercom Talk Keys with the Speaker

DIM Setting ...........................................................

32

Operation of Intercom Keys assigned to TIF Ports 33

User Quick Select Scrolling ..................................

33

Call Waiting Operation ........................................

33

Mute the Microphone/Speaker ..............................

34

Mic Select .............................................................

35

User Programmable Keys ....................................

37

FIRMWARE DOWNLOAD ............................

39

Download Firmware to the Color

 

Keypanel Family From AZedit .............................

39

Download Firmware Using the BLR Function .....

42

KP 32 CLD MENU SYSTEM ..........................

47

Main Menu Access ................................................

47

Menu System, Audio Options ................................

48

AUDIO OPTIONS MENU, DIM .....................................

50

AUDIO OPTIONS MENU, DSP FUNCS .........................

51

Equalization ..........................................................

51

Filters ....................................................................

55

Gating ....................................................................

56

Metering ................................................................

58

Mixing ...................................................................

59

AUDIO OPTIONS MENU, HEADSET ..............................

62

AUDIO OPTIONS MENU, HEADSET MIC ......................

63

AUDIO OPTIONS MENU, KEY VOLUMES ......................

64

AUDIO OPTIONS MENU, MIC GAIN ............................

66

AUDIO OPTIONS MENU, MIN VOLUME .......................

68

AUDIO OPTIONS MENU, MATRIX OUT ........................

69

AUDIO OPTIONS MENU, MAX VOLUME ......................

70

AUDIO OPTIONS MENU, OUTP LEVEL ........................

71

AUDIO OPTIONS MENU, PANEL MIC ..........................

72

AUDIO OPTIONS MENU, SIDETONE .............................

73

AUDIO OPTIONS MENU, SPEAKER ...............................

74

AUDIO OPTIONS MENU, TONE GEN ............................

75

AUDIO OPTIONS MENU, PREAMP OUT ........................

77

Menu System, Display ..........................................

78

DISPLAY MENU, ASSIGN TYPE .....................................

79

DISPLAY MENU, CHANS ON ........................................

80

DISPLAY MENU, CHIME ..............................................

80

DISPLAY MENU, EXCLUSIVE ........................................

81

DISPLAY MENU, KEY GROUPS ....................................

81

DISPLAY MENU, KEY LIST ...........................................

82

DISPLAY MENU, LEVEL 2 ............................................

83

DISPLAY MENU, LISTEN ..............................................

83

DISPLAY MENU, MATRIX .............................................

84

DISPLAY MENU, PANEL ID .........................................

84

DISPLAY MENU, SOLO ................................................

85

DISPLAY MENU, VERSION ...........................................

85

Menu System, Key Assign Menu ..........................

87

KEYASSIGNMENU, MATRIX

 

(TRUNKED SYSTEM ONLY) ...........................................

88

KEY ASSIGN MENU,PT-TO-PT ....................................

90

KEY ASSIGN MENU, PARTY LINE .................................

91

KEY ASSIGN MENU, IFB .............................................

91

KEY ASSIGN MENU, SPCL LIST ....................................

92

KEY ASSIGN MENU, SYS RELAY ...................................

93

KEY ASSIGN MENU, CAMERA ISO ...............................

94

KEY ASSIGN MENU, UPL ............................................

95

KEY ASSIGN MENU, IFB SL ........................................

95

KEY ASSIGN MENU, AUTO FUNC ................................

96

Menu System, Key Options Menu ........................

98

KEY OPTIONS MENU, AUTO DIAL ...............................

98

KEY OPTIONS MENU, CHIME ......................................

99

KEY OPTIONS MENU, EXCLUSIVE .............................

101

KEY OPTIONS MENU, KEY GROUPS ..........................

102

KEY OPTIONS MENU, LATCHING ...............................

103

KEY OPTIONS MENU, SOLO ......................................

104

KEY OPTIONS MENU, TALLIES ..................................

105

Menu System, RVON Offers ...............................

106

Menu System, Save Config .................................

107

Menu System, Service ........................................

108

SERVICE MENU, ALPHA SIZE .....................................

109

SERVICE MENU, AUX INPUTS ....................................

111

SERVICE MENU, BAUD RATE .....................................

111

SERVICE MENU, DISPLAY DIM ..................................

112

SERVICE MENU, FOOTSWITCH ..................................

113

SERVICE MENU, KEY VIEW .......................................

114

SERVICE MENU, KEYPAD ..........................................

115

SERVICE MENU, LOCAL GPIO ..................................

117

SERVICE MENU, RESET CFG .....................................

120

SERVICE MENU, SCR SAVER ......................................

121

SERVICE MENU, SET ADDRESS ..................................

123

SERVICE MENU, SNOOP TALLY ..................................

124

SERVICE MENU, TEST PANEL ....................................

126

TELEPHONE OPERATION ........................

127

Dialing and Hanging Up Using KP 32 CLD .....

127

MANUAL DIAL ...........................................................

127

KEYPANEL HANG UP ................................................

128

AUTO DIAL ...............................................................

130

KP 32 CLD KEYPAD

 

QUICK REFERENCE ..................................

131

Keypad Sequence Introduction ..........................

131

KEYPANEL MENU

 

QUICK REFERENCE ..................................

137

KP 32 CLD System Menu - with GPI 32

 

CLD Option Card .............................................

138

KP 32 CLD System Menu - no GPI 32

 

CLD Option card ...............................................

141

Boot Loader Reset 145

 

Boot Loader Reset - BLR Button ........................

145

EKP 32 CLD

 

90007876000 ..................................................

151

Introduction .......................................................

151

Specifications .....................................................

151

EKP 32 CLD Expansion Panel

 

Reference View ..................................................

152

Expansion Panel Cabling Reference .................

153

Receiving A Phone Call .....................................

127

List

of

Figures

FIGURE 1.

KP 32 CLD Block Diagram ..................................................................................................................................................

5

FIGURE 2.

KP 32 CLD Front Panel .......................................................................................................................................................

6

FIGURE 3.

KP 32 CLD Back Panel and GPI 32 CLD Option Card ......................................................................................................

7

FIGURE 4.

DKP 16 CLD - Top View ......................................................................................................................................................

8

FIGURE 5.

DKP 16 CLD Front, Right and Left Side Views ...................................................................................................................

9

FIGURE 6.

DKP 16 CLD Back View .....................................................................................................................................................

10

FIGURE 7.

KP 32 CLD Top Screw Removal. .......................................................................................................................................

14

FIGURE 8.

KP 32 CLD Back Panel Screw Removal ............................................................................................................................

14

FIGURE 9.

KP 32 CLD Inside Switch Bank ..........................................................................................................................................

15

FIGURE 10.

Use this switch setting scheme for RTS Standard Cable (USOC). .....................................................................................

16

FIGURE 11.

Use this switch setting scheme for a Standard CAT-5Cable using pin 1 and pin 2 for RS485 functionality (568B). .......

16

FIGURE 12.

Use this switch setting scheme for a Standard CAT-5Cable using pin 7 and pin 8 for RS485 functionality (568B). .......

16

FIGURE 13.

KP 32 CLD Installation ......................................................................................................................................................

17

FIGURE 14.

KP 32 CLD Key Position Explanation ...............................................................................................................................

28

FIGURE 15.

Adjusting Key Volumes .......................................................................................................................................................

29

FIGURE 16.

Main Volume Adjustment Front Speaker ............................................................................................................................

30

FIGURE 17.

Main Volume Adjustment Rear Headset .............................................................................................................................

30

FIGURE 18.

Aux Volume Adjustment Matrix ..........................................................................................................................................

31

FIGURE 19.

Aux Volume Adjustment Aux 1 ............................................................................................................................................

31

FIGURE 20.

User Select Quick Scroll .....................................................................................................................................................

33

FIGURE 21.

All Muted Display Icons .....................................................................................................................................................

34

FIGURE 22.

Top Level Menu Structure ..................................................................................................................................................

47

FIGURE 23.

Main Audio Options Menu ..................................................................................................................................................

49

FIGURE 24.

Audio Options - Dim Amount Adjustments .........................................................................................................................

50

FIGURE 25.

Audio Options - DSP Function Menu .................................................................................................................................

51

FIGURE 26.

Frequency Response - Preset 1 (20Hz to 300Hz) ...............................................................................................................

52

FIGURE 27.

Frequency Response - Preset 2 (300Hz to 900Hz) .............................................................................................................

52

FIGURE 28.

Frequency Response - Preset 3 (900Hz to 2100Hz) ...........................................................................................................

53

FIGURE 29.

Frequency Response - Preset 4 (2100Hz to 4500Hz) .........................................................................................................

53

FIGURE 30.

Frequency Response - Preset 5 (4500Hz to 24,000Hz) ......................................................................................................

54

FIGURE 31.

Audio Options - Equalization .............................................................................................................................................

54

FIGURE 32.

Audio Options - Presets ......................................................................................................................................................

55

FIGURE 33.

Audio Options - Filters .......................................................................................................................................................

56

FIGURE 34.

Audio Options - Filter Options ...........................................................................................................................................

56

FIGURE 35.

Audio Options - Gating Options .........................................................................................................................................

57

FIGURE 36.

Gating - Threshold Set ........................................................................................................................................................

57

FIGURE 37.

Metering Explanation .........................................................................................................................................................

58

FIGURE 38.

Metering Bands display ......................................................................................................................................................

58

FIGURE 39.

Audio Options - Metering ...................................................................................................................................................

59

FIGURE 40.

Audio Options Menu - Mixing Output Options ...................................................................................................................

61

FIGURE 41.

Audio Options Menu - Mixing Input Options .....................................................................................................................

61

FIGURE 42.

Audio Options - Headset Front Rear Option ......................................................................................................................

62

FIGURE 43.

Headset Always On, Disabled, and Switched .....................................................................................................................

62

FIGURE 44.

Audio Options - Headset Mic Front Rear Options .............................................................................................................

63

FIGURE 45.

Audio Options - Headset Mic Options ................................................................................................................................

63

FIGURE 46.

Audio Options Key Volume Adjust ......................................................................................................................................

64

FIGURE 47.

Audio Options - Key Volume Enabled .................................................................................................................................

65

FIGURE 48.

Audio Options Menu - Key Volume Reset ...........................................................................................................................

65

FIGURE 49.

Key Volumes Reset ..............................................................................................................................................................

66

FIGURE 50.

Audio Options - Mic Gain - Level Option ...........................................................................................................................

66

FIGURE 51.

Audio Options - Mic Gain - Level Options ..........................................................................................................................

67

FIGURE 52.

Mic Gain Adjustments .........................................................................................................................................................

67

FIGURE 53.

Audio Options - Mic Gain - Adjust Option ..........................................................................................................................

68

FIGURE 54.

Audio Options - Mic Gain - Adjust Menu Options ..............................................................................................................

68

FIGURE 55.

Audio Options - Min. Volume Adjustment ...........................................................................................................................

69

FIGURE 56.

Audio Options Menu - Matrix Out ......................................................................................................................................

70

FIGURE 57.

Audio Options - Hot Mic Enabled .......................................................................................................................................

70

FIGURE 58.

Audio Options - Max Volume Adjustments ..........................................................................................................................

71

FIGURE 59.

Audio Options Menu - Output Level ....................................................................................................................................

71

FIGURE 60.

Audio Options - Panel Mic Front Rear Options .................................................................................................................

72

FIGURE 61.

Panel Mic Enabled, Switched, and Disabled Options .........................................................................................................

72

FIGURE 62.

Audio Options - Sidetone Level Options .............................................................................................................................

73

FIGURE 63.

Sidetone Mode Options .......................................................................................................................................................

74

FIGURE 64.

Audio Options - Front Rear Options ...................................................................................................................................

75

FIGURE 65.

Audio Options - Speaker Options ........................................................................................................................................

75

FIGURE 66.

Audio Options - Frequency Tone Off/On ............................................................................................................................

76

FIGURE 67.

Audio Options - Frequency .................................................................................................................................................

76

FIGURE 68.

Audio Options - 1KHz and 500Hz .......................................................................................................................................

77

FIGURE 69.

Audio Options - Preamp Out ...............................................................................................................................................

77

FIGURE 70.

Main Display Menu .............................................................................................................................................................

78

FIGURE 71.

Assign Type Menu ...............................................................................................................................................................

79

FIGURE 72.

Chans On .............................................................................................................................................................................

80

FIGURE 73.

Display Menu - Chime .........................................................................................................................................................

81

FIGURE 74.

Display Menu - Exclusive ....................................................................................................................................................

81

FIGURE 75.

Display Menu - Key Groups ................................................................................................................................................

82

FIGURE 76.

Display Menu - Key List ......................................................................................................................................................

82

FIGURE 77.

Display Menu - Level 2 .......................................................................................................................................................

83

FIGURE 78.

Display Menu - Listen .........................................................................................................................................................

83

FIGURE 79.

Display Menu - Matrix ........................................................................................................................................................

84

FIGURE 80.

Display Menu - Panel ID .....................................................................................................................................................

85

FIGURE 81.

Display Menu - Solo ............................................................................................................................................................

85

FIGURE 82.

Display Menu - Version .......................................................................................................................................................

86

FIGURE 83.

Main Key Assign Menu ........................................................................................................................................................

87

FIGURE 84.

Key Assign - Matrix Remote Intercoms ...............................................................................................................................

88

FIGURE 85.

Remote Pt-to-PtKey Assign ................................................................................................................................................

88

FIGURE 86.

Auto Functions ....................................................................................................................................................................

88

FIGURE 87.

Key Assign Menu - Pt-to-Pt .................................................................................................................................................

90

FIGURE 88.

Auto Functions ....................................................................................................................................................................

90

FIGURE 89.

Key Assign Menu - Party Line .............................................................................................................................................

91

FIGURE 90.

Key Assign Menu - IFB .......................................................................................................................................................

92

FIGURE 91.

Key Assign Menu - Special List ...........................................................................................................................................

93

FIGURE 92.

Key Assign Menu - System Relay ........................................................................................................................................

94

FIGURE 93.

Key Assign Menu - Camera ISO ..........................................................................................................................................

94

FIGURE 94.

Key Assign Menu - UPL Assignments .................................................................................................................................

95

FIGURE 95.

Key Assign Menu - Assign IFB SL .......................................................................................................................................

96

FIGURE 96.

Auto Functions ....................................................................................................................................................................

97

FIGURE 97.

Main Key Option Menu .......................................................................................................................................................

98

FIGURE 98.

Key Option Menu - Chime Assignment .............................................................................................................................

100

FIGURE 99.

Key Options Menu - Chime Duration ................................................................................................................................

101

FIGURE 100.

Key Options Menu - Exclusive Key Assignment ................................................................................................................

101

FIGURE 101. Key Options Menu - Key Groups ......................................................................................................................................

102

FIGURE 102.

Key Options Menu - Creating Master and Slave Keys ......................................................................................................

103

FIGURE 103.

Key Options Menu - Latching Enabled .............................................................................................................................

104

FIGURE 104.

Key Options Menu - Solo Key Assignment ........................................................................................................................

104

FIGURE 105.

Key Options Menu - Tallies Menu ....................................................................................................................................

105

FIGURE 106.

Key Options Menu - Tally Time Options ..........................................................................................................................

106

FIGURE 107.

RVON Offers Display ........................................................................................................................................................

106

FIGURE 108.

Main Save Config Menu ....................................................................................................................................................

107

FIGURE 109.

Configuration Saved .........................................................................................................................................................

107

FIGURE 110. Main Service Menu ...........................................................................................................................................................

108

FIGURE 111.

Service Menu - Alpha Size Scroll List ...............................................................................................................................

109

FIGURE 112.

Alpha Menu Restarting .....................................................................................................................................................

110

FIGURE 113. Service Menu - Baud Rate Selection .................................................................................................................................

112

FIGURE 114. Service Menu - Footswitch Enabled .................................................................................................................................

114

FIGURE 115.

Service Menu - Talk/Listen Keypanel View ......................................................................................................................

115

FIGURE 116.

Service Menu - Keypad Options .......................................................................................................................................

115

FIGURE 117.

Service Menu - Keypad Sequences Option .......................................................................................................................

116

FIGURE 118.

Service Menu - Keypad Backlight Option .........................................................................................................................

117

FIGURE 119.

Service Menu - GPIO Inputs .............................................................................................................................................

117

FIGURE 120.

GPIO Input Options ..........................................................................................................................................................

118

FIGURE 121.

Service - Key Group Options ............................................................................................................................................

119

FIGURE 122.

Service Menu - GPIO Output Options ..............................................................................................................................

119

FIGURE 123.

Service Menu - Reset Cfg - Do Reset ................................................................................................................................

120

FIGURE 124.

Reset Cfg - Configuration Reset .......................................................................................................................................

120

FIGURE 125.

Service Menu - Screen Saver Options ...............................................................................................................................

121

FIGURE 126.

Screen Saver Activate Option ...........................................................................................................................................

121

FIGURE 127.

Screen Saver Delay Option ...............................................................................................................................................

122

FIGURE 128.

Screen Saver Mode Options ..............................................................................................................................................

123

FIGURE 129.

Service - Set Address Poll ID ............................................................................................................................................

123

FIGURE 130.

Set Address Save and Restart ............................................................................................................................................

124

FIGURE 131.

Set Address Restarting ......................................................................................................................................................

124

FIGURE 132.

Service Menu - Snoop Tally Enabled ................................................................................................................................

125

FIGURE 133.

Snoop Tallies Disable .......................................................................................................................................................

125

FIGURE 134.

Service Menu - Test Panel ................................................................................................................................................

126

FIGURE 135.

TIF Operation - Manual Dial Feature ..............................................................................................................................

128

FIGURE 136.

TIF Operation - Manual Dial, Dial Number ....................................................................................................................

128

FIGURE 137.

TIF Operation - Hang Up .................................................................................................................................................

128

FIGURE 138.

TIF Operation - Redial .....................................................................................................................................................

129

FIGURE 139.

TIF Operation - Redial Hang Up ......................................................................................................................................

129

FIGURE 140.

TIF Operation - Auto Dial Function .................................................................................................................................

130

FIGURE 141.

TIF Operation - Auto Dial Numbers .................................................................................................................................

130

FIGURE 142.

Audio Options Menu for the KP 32 CLD with GPI 32 CLD Option card installed. ........................................................

138

FIGURE 143.

Display, Key Assign, Key Options Menu, RVON Offers and Save Configuration for the KP 32 CLD

 

 

with GPI 32 CLD Option card installed. RVON Offers only displays if the keypanel is connected to an

 

 

RVON device, otherwise the menu item is not available ..................................................................................................

139

FIGURE 144.

Service Menu for the KP 32 CLD with GPI 32 CLD Option card installed. ....................................................................

140

FIGURE 145.

Audio Options Menu for the KP 32 CLD without GPIO Option card installed. ..............................................................

141

FIGURE 146.

Display, Key Assign, and Key Options Menu for

 

 

the KP 32 CLD without GPI 32 CLD Option card installed. ...........................................................................................

142

FIGURE 147.

RVON Offers, Save Configuration and Service Menu for the KP 32 CLD without GPI 32 CLD

 

FIGURE 148. Option card installed. RVON Offers only displays if the keypanel is connected to an RVON device,

 

 

otherwise the menu item is not available ..........................................................................................................................

143

FIGURE 149.

Boot Loader Fail Message ................................................................................................................................................

149

FIGURE 150.

EKP CLD Expansion Panel Reference View - Front and Rear ........................................................................................

152

FIGURE 151.

Expansion Panel Cabling .................................................................................................................................................

153

CHAPTER 1

Introduction

The revolutionary CLD family of keypanels from RTS introduces several new features designed to enhance capability and ease of use. The intuitive graphic interface is housed inside two (2) full-color4.9” LCD displays. The front panel also features conveniences such as two (2)user-programmablebuttons,one-touchlisten volume adjustment on each of the 32 new multifunction user keys, and a backlit keypad. In addition, the CLD units can be ordered with the new, more intuitive CLD key

sequences, or the classic key sequences. Like all RTS® products, the CLD family of keypanels are designed with expansion in mind. The USB port and modular panel allow for future upgrades that will keep the CLD units on the forefront of technology for years to come.

Features

Full-ColorLCD Displays

The new color displays host to a rich and inutitive graphic user interface that

 

indicates different keypanl functions in different colors.

Modern, Modular Design

Flat front panel is ergonomically designed to fit easily into any control room

 

or truck application. The back panel is optimized for future expansion.

Multi-DirectionalKeys

32, multi-directionalkeys used for talk, listen, and emulation of traditional

 

level control functions.

Future Expansion

Designed to allow for an expansion panel and optional connections to the

 

matrix through current and future standard transmission formats.

Enhanced Features

KP 32 CLD allows up to six (6) auxiliary inputs, three (3) relays, independent

 

digital gain control for microphone sources, configurable audio routing and

 

much more through the use of an option board.

DSP Processing

Acoustic Echo Cancellation, Equalization, Mixing, Filtering and Metering are

 

available.

USB

For future expansion and other planned interface features.

User-ProgrammableButtons

Two (2) user-programmablebuttons(UPG-1and-2)provide custom shortcuts

 

to various menu functions.

GPI Option Board Available

The GPI 32 CLD provides additional connectors for relay, headset,

 

footswitch/speaker, Mic In/Out, Auxiliary, and other functions.

3

1/4” Jack (see “1 1/4” Stereo Jack (Panel Mic)” on page 11 for pinouts).
4-, 5-, 6-pin Female XLR (see “4-, 5-, 6-, 7-pin XLR(Female) Headset” on page 11 for pinouts).
USB Type A
DB-9, RJ-45 (Supports RTS RJ-11 cabling or Standard Cat5 cabling) See “RJ-45 Frame (RTS RJ11 Cable)” and “DB-9 (male) Frame” on page 12 for pinouts.
RJ-45 (see “RJ-45 EXP (expansion)” on page 13 for pinouts).
Male XLR-3 (see “XLR-3(male) - Mic OUT” on page 12 for pinouts).
Female XLR-3 (see “XLR-3(female) - Mic IN” on page 12 for pinouts).
Female XLR-3 (see “XLR-3(female) - AUX 1 & 2” on page 12 for pinouts).
DB-15 (see “DB-15 (male) Aux 3, Aux 4, Aux 5, Aux 6” on page 11 for pinouts).
DB-9 (see “DB-9 (male) Headset” on page 12 for pinouts).
DB-9 (see “DB-9 Relay 1, 2, 3, 4” on page 11 for pinouts).
DB-9 (see “DB-9 (male) Open Collector (1-2)” on page 11 for pinouts).
DB-9 (see “DB-9 (male) Opto-Isolator (1-4)” on page 11 for pinouts).

Specifications

LCD Display

Size

4.9” LCD

Resolution:

320 x 96 (RGB)

Input Sources

Panel Microphone / GPIO MIC IN

Electric Microphone Input Level

Nominal Level

-42.5dBu

Maximum Level

-22.5dBu

Impedance

1 to 10kΩ

Headset

Dynamic Microphone Input Level

Nominal Level

-50dBu

Maximum Level

-30dBu

Impedance

600Ω

Electric Microphone Input Level

Nominal Level

-45dBu

Maximum Level

-25dBu

Impedance

1 to 10kΩ

Keypanel Input

Nominal Input Level

8dBu

Maximum Input Level

20dBu

Auxiliary Input

Nominal Input Level

8dBu

Maximum Input Level

20dBu

Output Sources

Keypanel Output

Nominal Input Levels

8dBu

Maximum Input Level

20dBu

Frequency Response

100 - 15kHz ±2dB

MIC OUT

Nominal Input Level

8dBu

Maximum Input Level

20dBu

Frequency Response

100 - 15kHz ±2dB

Headphone Speaker

Power

80mW into 600Ω

Impedance

8Ω

Panel Speaker

Frequency Response

250 - 15kHz ±2dB

Sensitivity, W/dB

84

Power

4W, 8Ω

Tone Generator

Output Level

8dBu

Output Frequency

500Hz or 1kHz

General IO

1-4Relay Outputs

1-2Open Collectors

1-4Opto-Isolators

Connectorsa

Panel Microphone

Panel Headset

USB

Keypanel Audio

Input / Output

Expansion

GPIO MIC OUT

GPIO MIC IN

GPIO Aux 1-2

GPIO Aux 3-6

GPIO Headset

GPIO Relays 1-4

GPIO Open

Collector 1-2

GPIO Opto-

Isolators 1-4

General

KP 32 CLD

Storage Temperature

-40°Cto 70°C(-40°Fto 158°F)

Operating Temperature

-15°C to 50°C (5°F to 122°F)

Dimensions

19”L x 3.47”H x 3.25”D (482.6mm x 88.138mm x 82.55mm)

Weight

6.30 lbs (2.85kg)

Power Consumption

Quiesent - 10W

Full Load - 35W

Input Power

100~240VAC, 50-60Hz

DKP 16 CLD

Storage Temperature

-40°Cto 70°C(-40°Fto 158°F)

Operating Temperature

-15°C to 50°C (5°F to 122°F)

Dimensions

3.2”H x 10.1”W x 9.2”D (81.28mm x 256.54mm x 233.68mm)

Weight

TBD

Power Consumption

Quiesent - 8W

Full Load - 33W

Input Power

TBD

a.See the DKP 16 CLD Reference View on page 10 or the EKP 32 CLD Reference View on page 152 for the connectors associated with each device.

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KP 32 CLD Block Diagram

FIGURE 1. KP 32 CLD Block Diagram

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Reference View - KP 32 CLD (90007858000)

FIGURE 2. KP 32 CLD Front Panel

Front Panel Descriptions

1.1 1/4” Stereo Jack - Panel Mic

2.USB - Data Storage

3.4- or 5-pinXLR(female) - Headset only connection

6- or 7-pinXLR (female) - Headset and Footswitch connection.

4.Keypanel Keys - Press down to talk, press up to listen. For more information, see “Basic Intercom Key Operation” on page 28

5.Panel Speaker - For more information, see “Mute the Microphone/Speaker” on page 34

6.Mic Mute / Mic Sel - When the key is pressed up, all active mics are muted. When the key is pressed down the focus switches between the selected headset or panel mic.

NOTE: Panel Mic indicates front or rear panel mic. Or, it indicates the front or rear headset speaker. The configuration of this feature is dependent upon the Audio Out configuration (see “Audio Options Menu, Speaker” on page 74).

7.CLR/CWW Key - Clears the panel menu or answers the call waiting window.

8.Menu button - For detailed explanation, see “KP 32 CLD Menu System” on page 47.

9.FWD button - Allows you to go forward in the menu structure.

10.BACK button - Allows you to go backward in the menu structure.

11.UPG 1 button - The user can assign any function from the menu structure to this key.

12.UPG 2 button - The user can assign any function from the menu structure to this key.

13.Aux Volume - The Aux volume adjusts the volume of the Aux 1 through Aux 6 connections, the Matrix connections, and input channels from the option card (future). The range for this feature is Mute, -48dB to 10dB.

14.Main Volume - The main volume adjusts the volume for the front speaker, rear speaker, front headset and rear headset.

15.Keypad - The keypanel keypad is used to navigate through the KP 32 CLD menu structure, configure keypanel features, as well as utilize the TIF dial-outfeatures.

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FIGURE 3. KP 32 CLD Back Panel and GPI 32 CLD Option Card

Rear Panel Descriptions

1.AC Power Connector

2.DB-9(female) Connector - Frame

3.RJ-45Connector - Frame

4.RJ-45Connector - Expansion

5.RJ-45Connector - LCP (for future expansion)

6.Boot Loader Reset - For more information, see “Download Firmware Using the BLR Function” on page 42.

Optional GPI 32 CLD Module

7.DB-15Connector - Aux 3 through Aux 6

8.DB-9(male) Connector - Relay 1, 2, 3

9.DB-9(male) Connector - Opto1-4IN

10.DB-9(male) Connector - OC 1 and 2 OUT

11.DB-9(male) Connector - Headset

12.DB-9(male) Connector - Footswitch/Speaker

13.XLR-3(female) Connector - Aux 1

14.XLR-3(female) Connector - Aux 2

15.XLR-3(female) Connector - Mic IN

16.XLR-3(male) Connector - Mic OUT

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Reference View DKP 16 CLD (90007866000)

FIGURE 4. DKP 16 CLD - Top View

Front Panel Descriptions

6.

FWD button - Allows you to go forward in the menu

1. 1 1/4” Stereo Jack - Panel Mic

 

structure.

7.

BACK button - Allows you to go backward in the menu

2. Keypanel Keys - Press down to talk, press up to listen.

 

structure.

For more information, see “Basic Intercom Key

8.

UPG 1 button - User can assign any function from the

Operation” on page 28

 

menu structure to this key.

3. Panel Speaker - For more information, see “Mute the

 

9.

UPG 2 button - User can assign any function from the

Microphone/Speaker” on page 34

 

menu structure to this key.

4. Mic Mute / Mic Sel - When the key is pressed up, all

 

10.

CLR/CWW Key - Clears the panel menu or answers the

active mics are muted. When the key is pressed down the

 

call waiting window.

focus switches between the selected headset or panel mic.

 

11.

Aux Volume - The Aux volume adjusts the volume of the

 

 

NOTE:

Panel Mic indicates front or rear

 

Aux 1 through Aux 6 connections, the Matrix

 

connections, and input channels from the option card

 

panel mic. Or, it indicates the front

 

 

 

(future). The range for this feature is Mute, -48dB to

 

or rear headset speaker. The

 

10dB.

 

configuration of this feature is

12.

Main Volume - The main volume adjusts the volume for

 

dependent upon the Audio Out

 

 

the front speaker, rear speaker, front headset and rear

 

configuration (see “Audio Options

 

 

 

headset.

 

Menu, Speaker” on page 74).

 

 

13.

Keypad - The keypanel keypad is used to navigate

5. Menu button - For detailed explanation, see “KP 32 CLD

 

through the KP 32 CLD menu structure, configure

Menu System” on page 47.

 

keypanel features, as well as utilize the TIF dial-out

 

 

 

features.

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FIGURE 5. DKP 16 CLD Front, Right and Left Side Views

1.USB - Data Storage

2.Right side 4-,5-pinXLR(female) for Headset.

6-,7-pinXLR(female) for Headset and Footswitch connection.

3.Left side 4-,5-pinXLR(female) for Headset.

6-,7-pinXLR(female) for Headset and Footswitch connection.

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FIGURE 6. DKP 16 CLD Back View

1.AC/Power

2.Boot Loader Reset - For more information, see “Download Firmware Using the BLR Function” on page 42.

3.DB-9(female) Connector - Frame

4.RJ-45Connector - Frame

5.XLR-3(female) Connector - Aux 1

6.XLR-3(female) Connector - Aux 2

7.DB-9Connector - Aux 3, Footswitch and Speaker

8.DB-9(male) Connector - Opto1-3IN

9.XLR-3(male) Connector - Mic OUT

10.XLR-3(female) Connector - Mic IN

11.DB-9(male) Connector - Relay 1, 2, 3

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Connector Pinouts

 

USB Type A

 

 

 

1

 

USB 5V

 

 

 

2

 

Data -

 

 

 

3

 

Data +

 

 

 

4

 

DGND

 

 

 

 

1 1/4” Stereo Jack (Panel Mic)

 

 

 

Tip

 

Audio + and DC Bias

 

 

 

Ring

 

GND

 

 

 

Sleeve

 

Chassis GND

 

 

 

4-,5-,6-,7-pinXLR(Female) Headset

 

4-pin

5-pin

6-pin

7-pin

 

 

 

 

 

Pin 1

MIC +

MIC +

MIC +

Mic +

Pin 2

GND(MIC)

GND (MIC)

GND (MIC)

GND (MIC)

Pin 3

GND (SPK)

GND (SPK)

GND (SPK)

GND (SPK)

Pin 4

L SPK

L SPK

L SPK

L SPK

Pin 5

 

R SPK

GND (FS)

R SPK

Pin 6

 

 

Footswitch

GND (FS)

Pin 7

 

 

 

Footswitch

DB-15(male) Aux 3, Aux 4, Aux 5, Aux 6

Pin

Assignment

 

 

1

AUX 3 Input +

2

AUX 3 Input -

 

 

3

AGND

 

 

4

AUX 4 Input +

 

 

5

AUX 4 Input -

 

 

6

AGND

 

 

7

DGND

 

 

8

+5VD

 

 

9

AGND

 

 

10

AUX 5 Input +

 

 

11

AUX 5 Input -

 

 

12

AUX 6 Input +

 

 

13

AUX 6 Input -

 

 

14

DGND

 

 

15

+5VD

 

 

 

DB-9

Relay 1, 2, 3, 4

 

 

RLY 1

RLY2

RLY3

 

 

 

 

 

Common

Pin 2

 

Pin 5

Pin 8

 

 

 

 

 

NC

Pin 1

 

Pin 4

Pin 7

 

 

 

 

 

NO

Pin 3

 

Pin 6

Pin 9

 

 

 

 

 

DB-9(male)Opto-Isolator(1-4)

Pin

Assignment

1GND

2GND

3GND

4GND

5GND

6Switch Contact Input 1

7Switch Contact Input 2

8Switch Contact Input 3

9Switch Contact Input 4

DB-9(male) Open Collector(1-2)

Pin

Assignment

1DGND

2Emitter OC1

3Collector OC2

4DGND

5Emitter OC2

6Collector OC2

7+5VD

8NC

9+5VD

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DB-9(male) Headset

Pin

 

Assignment

 

 

 

1

 

AGND

 

 

 

2

 

NC

 

 

 

3

 

NC

 

 

 

4

 

NC

 

 

 

5

 

Mic Input +

 

 

 

6

 

AGND

 

 

 

7

 

Headset Listen Out Left

 

 

 

8

 

Headset Listen Out Right

 

 

 

9

 

AGND

 

 

 

XLR-3(female)- Mic IN

Pin

Assignment

1AGND

2Audio + and DC Bias

3AGND

XLR-3(male)- Mic OUT

Pin

Assignment

1AGND

2Audio Output +

3Audio Output -

DB-9(male) Footswitch/Speaker

Pin

Assignment

1AGND

2Speaker Left -

3AGND

4Speaker Right -

5Footswitch

6Speaker Left +

7NC

8Speaker Right +

9AGND

XLR-3(female)- AUX 1 & 2

Pin

Assignment

1GND

2Input +

3Input -

 

 

DB-9(male) Frame

 

 

Pin

 

Assignment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

RS485 +

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

 

RS485 -

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

Audio IN (from Matrix)

 

 

shield

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

 

Audio OUT (to Matrix) +

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5

 

Audio OUT (to Matrix) -

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6

 

Data Shield

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7

 

Audio IN (from Matrix)-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8

 

Audio IN (from Matrix)+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9

 

Audio OUT (from Matrix)

 

 

shield

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RJ-45Frame (RTS RJ11 Cable)

 

 

 

Pin

 

Assignment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

N/A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

 

RS485 -

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

Audio IN (from Matrix) +

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

 

Audio OUT (to Matrix) +

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5

 

Audio OUT (to Matrix) -

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6

 

Audio IN (from Matrix) -

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7

 

RS485 +

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8

 

N/A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOTE: See Figures 10, 11, 12 for specific switch settings for the type ofRJ-45cable connection used.

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RJ-45Frame (Standard Cable)

Pin

Assignment

1RS485 + (pair 1&2)

2RS485 - (pair 1&2)

3Audio IN (from Matrix) +

4Audio OUT (to Matrix) +

5Audio OUT (to Matrix) -

6Audio IN (from Matrix) -

7RS485 + (pair 7&8)

8RS485 - (pair 7&8)

RJ-45EXP (expansion)

Pin

Assignment

1GND

2GND

3GND

4GND

5RS485 +

6RS485 -

7GND

8Reserved

 

RJ-45LCP

Pin

 

Assignment

 

 

 

1

 

Clock OUT

2

 

Data to LCP

 

 

 

3

 

Data from LCP

 

 

 

4

 

GND

 

 

 

5

 

GND

 

 

 

6

 

GND

 

 

 

7

 

GND

 

 

 

8

 

GND

 

 

 

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Accessing the Switch Bank

To access the switch bank, do the following:

1.Remove the four (4) screws on the top of the unit (shown in Figure 7).

FIGURE 7. KP 32 CLD Top Screw Removal.

2.In no certain order, remove the following screws (shown in Figure 8).

FIGURE 8. KP 32 CLD Back Panel Screw Removal

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