2N Lift8 v1.0 User Manual

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2N® Lift8

Communicator for lifts

User manual

Firmware

1.0.0

 

Version

1.0.0

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The 2N TELEKOMUNIKACE joint-stock company is a Czech manufacturer and supplier of telecommunications equipment.

The product family developed by 2N TELEKOMUNIKACE a.s. includes GSM gateways, private branch exchanges (PBX), and door and lift communicators. 2N TELEKOMUNIKACE a.s. has been ranked among the Czech top companies for years and represented a symbol of stability and prosperity on the telecommunications market for almost two decades. At present, we export our products into over 120 countries worldwide and have exclusive distributors on all continents.

2N® is a registered trademark of 2N TELEKOMUNIKACE a.s.. Any product and/or other names mentioned herein are registered trademarks and/or trademarks or brands protected by law.

2N TELEKOMUNIKACE administers the FAQ database to help you quickly find information and to answer your questions about 2N products and services. On www.faq.2n.cz you can find information regarding products adjustment and instructions for optimum use and procedures „What to do if...“.

2N TELEKOMUNIKACE hereby declares that the 2N® Lift8 product complies with all basic requirements and other relevant provisions of the 1999/5/EC directive. For the full wording of the Declaration of Conformity see the CD-ROM enclosed and at www.2n.cz.

The 2N TELEKOMUNIKACE company is the holder of the ISO 9001:2009 certificate. All development, production and distribution processes of the company are managed by this standard and guarantee a high quality, technical level and professional aspect of all our.

Content

 

1. Introduction of product . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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1.1

Product description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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1.2

Components of system 2N® Lift8 and associated products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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1.3

Changes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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1.4

Abbreviations, expressions and pictograms used . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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2. Description and installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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2.1

Central unit PSTN/GSM/UMTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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2.2

Splitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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2.3

Announcer – cabin universal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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2.4

Announcer – machine room . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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2.5

Announcer – shaft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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2.6 PSTN module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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2.7 GSM/UMTS module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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3. System configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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3.1

Programming the L8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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3.2

Table of parameters (FW 1.0.0) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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4. Functions and use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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4.1

User instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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4.2

Instructions for control centre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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4.3

Description of function (for advanced users) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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5. Service Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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5.1

Installation and Login . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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5.2

Introduction to Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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5.3

Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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6. Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102

6.1

Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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6.2

Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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7. Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108

7.1

Installation and Login . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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7.2

Introduction to Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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7.3

Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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8. Communicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140

8.1

Installation and Login . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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8.2

Introduction to Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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8.3

Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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9. Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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10. Technical Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156

11. Supplementary Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158

11.1

Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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11.2

List of Abbreviations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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11.3

Regulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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11.4

General Instructions and Cautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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1. Introduction of product

In this chapter we introduce the product 2N® Lift8, we illustrate its possibilities for use and the advantages which its use gives.

Here is an overview of everything you will find in the chapter:

1.1 Product description

1.2 Components of system 2N® Lift8 and associated products

1.3 Changes

1.4 Abbreviations, expressions and pictograms used

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1.1 Product description

Basic properties

Possibility of connecting up to 8 lifts

Announcers for cabin, shaft, machine room

Optimal acoustic properties

Built-in back rechargeable battery

Easy control and configuration – voice response system

“Check call” function

Possibility of blocking lift in case of connection fault

Internal communication – “triphony”

Configuration over the telephone or via PC (via USB or internet)

USB interface

Possibility of recording own announcement

Possibility of local control centre (InterCom)

Fireman function

Basic description

2N® Lift8 (L8) is a communication system with a function similar to an intercom. The individual announcers are linked to a common bus (pair of wires), connected to a splitter. The splitter is always connected to a central unit (CU) which controls the activity of the system and provides connection with the control centre. It is possible to connect up to 40 announcers to the bus.

Each splitter has unambiguous identification: lift number 1 to 8. For each lift we have announcers connected to the splitter – located: bottom of shaft, bottom of cabin, cabin roof of cabin and machine room. The announcer to the machine room can be configured as common for several lifts.

The CU contains an easily replaced backup rechargeable battery (lead rechargeable battery). The CU ensures the charging of this battery and monitoring of its state. The CU uses five coloured lamps for indication: power state, signal strength, telephone line state, state of bus and state of core. It also has a USB interface which serves for the comfortable configuration of parameters, for the recording of announcements and program upgrade.

The CU can be connected via: GSM, UMTS, or PSTN.

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System diagram

Main bus

Audio unit bus

Picture 1.1: Example of connection of Central Unit, splitters and announcers of system 2N® Lift8

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1.2 Components of system 2N® Lift8 and associated products

Components of system

Notification

The components of the system Lift8 cannot be used outside this system.

Announcers cannot be connected to a telephone line without a central unit!

When the system is connected into several shafts, it is not possible to connect the announcers without a central unit and splitters.

918600 2N® Lift8

Central unit

For connection of up to 8 lifts to GSM/UMTS/PSTN line. Including power EURO cable and rechargeable battery. USB interface for configuration.

918620E 2N® Lift8

Splitter

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Serves for connection of central unit with announcers of given lift.

918610E, 918610EX 2N® Lift8

Announcer – cabin universal (normal version, cable version - contains LED, microphone and speaker connected to cables)

Electronics of announcer for building into lift cabin. Including speaker and microphone (handsfree). Terminals for connecting all the prescribed elements and output of signal for opening door (not mandatory).

918615E 2N® Lift8

Announcer – cabin Compact

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A resilient announcers in a robust version, equipped with ALARM button of prescribed size, including markings for the blind and illuminated pictograms (tempered glass). Easy fitting directly on the cabin wall, on the surface. Easy installation (you only have to connect up two wires).

918611E 2N® Lift8

Announcer – machine room/control centre

Announcer for location in machine room/control centre. Contains receiver (optional) and keypad for easy control. Makes it possible to communicate with any other announcer in the entire system and to program the configuration of the central unit without PC. It is equipped with a contact for connection of an external siren. This announcer can be configured as common for several lifts (shafts). Robust cover in yellow.

918612E 2N® Lift8

Announcer – shaft

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Announcer for location on roof of cabin, bottom of cabin, or below cabin. It is distinguished by a robust yellow cover. Handsfree mode, Alarm button and triphony, indication elements, It is not intended for use in the cabin.

918620E 2N® Lift8

I/O module

Contains logical inputs and switch relays.

918650E 2N® Lift8

Module GSM

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For connection of central unit via mobile network. Data connection for remote system configuration is also possible.

918651E 2N® Lift8

Module UMTS

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For connection of central unit via mobile network. Data connection for remote system configuration is also possible.

918652E 2N® Lift8

Module PSTN

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For connection of central unit via analogue line.

Cooperating 2N® Lift8 applications

918700E 2N® Lift8 Service tool

The application 2N® Lift8 Service Tool is intended for remote supervision and configuration of 2N® Lift8 Communicators.

918700E 2N® Lift8 Control panel

The application 2N® Lift8 Control Panel is intended for the administration of users, lifts and authorisations.

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918700E 2N® Lift8 Communicator

The application 2N® Lift8 Communicator is intended for receiving emergency calls by dispatcher.

918700E 2N® Lift8 Server

The application 2N® Lift8 Server processes the control calls and mediates communication between the central units and PC applications.

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1.3 Changes

The below table summarises the changes made in the individual versions.

Manual version

Description of changes

1.0.0

In firmware 1.0.0

 

 

basic version

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1.4 Abbreviations, expressions and pictograms used

Expressions and abbreviations used:

L8

2N® Lift8

CU

Central unit of system, usually common for several lifts in one building.

Splitter

Connects announcers with CU. Each lift shaft has its splitter.

announcer Unit serving for voice communication with control centre or with other unit of the system

system

main bus

bus

incoming call

outgoing call

check call

triphony

control centre

DISA

The central unit is connected with a splitter and group of announcers 6 wires (power, audio, data) connecting CU with splitters

double wire connecting splitter with announcers of given lift

call from control centre to central unit

call from central unit to control centre

call from central unit on line for taking of control calls registered in 2N® Lift8 Server or other defined number

internal communication between announcers, usually between all announcers of one lift, for example during repairs or rescuing of people

Workplace which takes emergency calls. There can also be separate workplaces for various types of call, and it may consist of the mobile telephones of workers.

automatic voice menu serving to route an incoming call to the required announcer or for the activation of other functions, for example remote programming

PBX

PSTN

GSM

UMTS

TCP

ST

CP

CM (Comm)

SRV

Validator

Private branch exchange (equipped with connection to PSTN and analogue local lines)

Public telephone network. For simplicity’s sake, in the text it is assumed that the CU is connected to the PSTN but works the same as on the PBX line.

Global mobile communication system Universal Mobile Telecommunication System

Transmission Control Protocol is one of the basic protocols of the set of internet protocols

The application 2N® Lift8 Service tool is intended for remote supervision and configuration of 2N® Lift8 communicators.

The application 2N® Lift8 Control panel is intended for the administration of users, lifts and authorisations.

The application 2N® Lift8 Communicator is intended for receiving emergency calls by dispatcher.

The application 2N® Lift8 Server processes the control calls and mediates communication between the central units and PC applications

Is a code which monitors the entered values in the applications, and in the event of an error such as exceeding of length, forbidden character, incorrect format etc., it warns the user of this problem

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Symbols used

The following symbols and pictograms are used in the manual:

Safety

Always abide by this information to prevent persons from injury.

Warning

Always abide by this information to prevent damage to the device.

Caution

Important information for system functionality.

Tip

Useful information for quick and efficient functionality.

Note

Routines or advice for efficient use of the device.

Prepared functions, new properties

The grey text in the manual indicates prepared functions or newly developed properties

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2. Description and installation

This chapter is divided up according to the individual system components:

2.1 Central unit PSTN/GSM/UMTS

2.2 Splitter

2.3 Announcer – cabin universal

2.4 Announcer – machine room

2.5 Announcer – shaft

2.6 PSTN module

2.7 GSM/UMTS module

Each sub-chapter contains:

Description of components

Before you start

Fitting

Electrical wiring

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2.1 Central unit PSTN/GSM/UMTS

Description

Central unit

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Indication elements of central unit

Picture 2.1: Indication elements of central unit

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Connectors of central unit

Picture 2.2: Central unit connectors

Reset button and USB connector

On the right side of the CU is a USB connector and reset button (see picture).

Reset button function:

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Reset equipment – press button quickly.

Restoration of factory settings – press button and hold until all the LEDs light up red. Then release and wait until SYSTEM LED flashes yellow. Now press button quickly. All the user settings will now be deleted.

Zeroing the counter of backup rechargeable battery life – press button and hold until all the LEDs light up red. Then release and wait until POWER/BATTERY LED flashes yellow. Now press button quickly. Only perform this function after replacing the backup rechargeable batteries with new ones!

Configuration of system completeness – press button and hold until all the LEDs light up red. Then release and wait until INTERNAL BUS LED flashes yellow. Now press button quickly. From this moment the system will supervise whether all the installed equipment (splitters, announcers etc.) are connected and functional.

Complete deletion of central unit's software – press button and hold until all the LEDs light up red. Then release and wait until SYSTEM LED flashes red. Now press button quickly. NOTA BENE, after performing this function it is only possible to restore the equipment's normal function using a PC!

Connecting USB port

Recommendation:

Unless necessary do not leave connected to a computer long term. This will reduce the risk of damage to the computer in the case of a voltage surge from the telephone line, for example during a storm

Warning

Do not open the CU during the warranty period .

After the warranty period open it only to change the rechargeable batteries.

Before you start

Conditions for installation of CU:

The central unit (referred to hereinafter as CU) is not intended for outdoor use.

Do not install the CU on a machine or construction which is a source of vibrations.

In order to ensure sufficient cooling free access to air must be ensured for the CU must (it is forbidden to cover the CU, for example with a rag, or to install it in another enclosed box).

Installation in the lift switchbox is possible if the air temperature in the this box does not exceed the permitted limits. Remember that a higher air temperature reduces the lifespan of backup rechargeable batteries in the CU.

It is recommended that the CU be operated in the upright position with the cable openings at the bottom. Such a mounting makes it possible to ensure the lowest temperatures of the rechargeable batteries and thus their longest life. Horizontal mounting is also possible. The upright position with the cable openings at the top (upside down) is forbidden!

After mounting the CU check that the equipment is firmly fixed in place and that it cannot come loose and drop down the shaft.

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Checking completeness of product

Before starting installation check to see whether the packaging of the product is complete:

1 central unit

1 terminal – slid into connector of main bus

1 12V power adapter in version depending on country of intended use

1 telephone cable with RJ terminals

2 wall plugs

2 screws for wall plugs

this manual (printed or on CD) guarantee sheet

Mounting of CU

The CU is installed in a room protected from unauthorised persons, for example in the lift machine room, switch room etc. In the case of installation in an accessible place there is a risk in particular of theft of the SIM card or abuse of the telephone line.

The CU is mounted on a wall with the included wall plugs and screws.

Electrical installation of CU

Operational launch:

1.Leave the CU disconnected from mains power.

2.Loosen the three screws on the upper cover of the CU.

3.Move the upper cover of the CU in such a way that you can remove it.

4.When removing the cover, proceed with caution, be careful of the earth wire connecting the cover with the bottom part of the CU. Do not disconnect the wire unless there is a reason so to do!

5.Using the push-in terminals supplied with the device, connect the announcers, splitters (if there are 2 and more lift shafts) and other components of the system with the CU. Adhere to polarity!

6.If it is not installed on the CU, a PSTN, GSM or UMTS module is fitted. Abide by the instructions given in the instructions for use of the given module. (chapter 2.7 , or 2.8)

7.In the case of PSTN module connect an analogue telephone line to it (use a telephone connector or the terminal on the module). In the case of a GSM or UMTS module do not forget to connect an aerial to the module and insert a SIM card in it!

8.By connecting the rechargeable battery link (see next chapter – checking state of rechargeable batteries) you activate the function of rechargeable batteries.

9.Put the upper cover back on the CU and tighten the screws which hold the cover. Before putting the cover on, check to see that the earthing wire is connected to the cover!

10.Connect the CU power cable to a 230V socket.

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Caution

If you only connect up 1 lift shaft, it is not necessary to connect with splitters. Splitters are only used if you want to connect 2 or more lift shafts.

Power supply

The CU is powered by mains 100-240V.

Warning

In no case connect an AC source or unstabilised DC source. The CU could be damaged.

Connection and checking state of rechargeable batteries

Procedure:

1.Leave the CU disconnected from mains power.

2.Loosen the three screws on the upper cover of the CU.

3.Move the upper cover of the CU in such a way that you can remove it.

4.When removing the cover, proceed with caution, be careful of the earth wire connecting the cover with the bottom part of the CU. Do not disconnect the wire unless there is a reason so to do!

5.Connect the rechargeable batteries and then connect them with the base board using a FASTON cable. (see picture). Adhere to the polarity of connection.

6.Put the upper cover back on the CU and tighten the screws which hold the cover. Before putting the cover on, check to see that the earthing wire is connected to the cover!

7.Connect the CU power cable to a 230V socket.

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After plugging the CJ into the socket the LED (Power/battery) should start to flash (charging). The CU charges the rechargeable batteries until fully charged. After some time the flashing green LED (charging) should change to a permanently illuminated green LED (battery charged).

Warning

Adhere to the polarity of the rechargeable batteries! When the polarity of the rechargeable batteries is reversed, there is a danger of their fire or explosion or damage to the electronics of the central unit.

Connection of bus between splitter and CU

We connect the central unit and splitter using the 6-wire main bus (power + - , audio + - , data + - ). You must maintain the polarity.

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Main bus

1 … Powering of main bus +

2 … Powering of main bus -

3 … Audio main bus +

4 … Audio main bus –

5 … Data main bus + 6 … Data main bus –

Connection of bus between announcers and splitter (CU)

We connect the splitter and announcers using a two-wire bus. We must maintain the polarity.

Audio unit bus

1 … Bus for announcers +

2 … Bus for announcers –

Requirements:

When using multi-strand cables, always use a pair of wires which belong to each other. In the case of regular cables of the UTP type the paired wires are twisted around each other.

When running special cables (to the cabin), use neighbouring wires and ensure that the nearest surrounding wire is not a source of interference (for example, power wire, videosignal etc.).

Recommendation:

Do not run the bus near power wires, especially long sections.

The bus can be forked, in particular if this makes the overall length of all sections shorter.

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Safety

The bus is electrically separated from the circuits of the telephone line according to the requirements of EN60950 and has only low voltage which cannot cause an electric shock injury.

Possibility of connection to the telephone network

Connection of the central unit is possible in 4 ways:

PSTN

GSM

UMTS

PSTN

L8 works regardless of polarity and the parameters of the line in the broad band (see Technical Parameters). Connect it with the enclosed cable with RJ-12 terminal. It is the most reliable and simplest connection. The disadvantage is the operating costs (fixed fee).

Caution

Only one CU may be connected to one telephone line, and no other end telephone equipment may be connected to it.

Neither is it possible to use a product which the telephone line goes through, so-called priority connection (for example electronic burglar alarm).

It is not possible to use a so-called extension or party line.

It is not possible to use telephone “adaptors” not even smart ones. In no case connect the product to an ISDN line

Demands on telephone line:

The line must not be a dual one or a party one

The telephone socket and the wiring to it are usually the property of the relevant network’s owner, and they must not be tampered with

Other recommendations:

The installation of L8 must be reported to the operator and a confirmation of certification submitted upon demand

Your connected wiring must comply with the relevant safety regulations

It is appropriate to secure the wiring against pirate connection (for example with a telephone lock)

Connection via PBX (private branch exchange):

This is the cheapest connection where a PBX is already installed and where a free line (branch) PBX is available.

Demands for PBX line:

The used PBX must be functional even during a power cut. For larger PBX there is commonly a backup source, and for smaller ones a certain exchange is usually

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connected directly to the PSTN when there is a power failure. Discuss this case with the technician who looks after the PBX. In the case of a power cut there is a risk that the L8’s call will go to a different number.

The used PBX lien must have the necessary authorisation configured (it is necessary to test using for example a regular telephone to see if it is possible to “out” to all the required numbers).

During programming it is necessary to add the code for calling the PSTN (usually zero) or (preferably) t ensure such a configuration of the PBX where a code is not required (so-called automatic connection to telephone line of operator).

For calling in the direction from the control centre to the lift it is necessary to know the number of the branch and the means of getting through to it (code, DISA code, operator).

The connection in the direction from the control centre to the lift must not be dependent on the presence of an operator, during the night there must be no forwarding to an answering machine etc.

Other recommendations:

it is necessary to agree the financing of operation with the owner of the PBX (outgoing calls L8 are charged to it if they are not free calls, to “green lines”).

Tip

If there is permanent manning in the building (guard, receptionist), it is possible to train the staff in how to rescue people and then programme L8 to call this service..

GSM

This is used in particular where it is not possible to connect up to the PSTN line.

Recommendation:

In places with poor signal quality find an appropriate place or use a special (directional) antenna.

Protect the SIM card from theft.

If a prepaid SIM card is used, ensure that the credit is monitored and topped up in time.

UMTS

This is used in particular where it is not possible to connect up to the PSTN line. If Lift8 is connected using UMTS, the system can be configured remotely using the service tool program.

Recommendation:

In places with poor signal quality find an appropriate place or use a special (directional) antenna.

Protect the SIM card from theft.

If a prepaid SIM card is used, ensure that the credit is monitored and topped up in time.

Operation without SIM card or PSTN line:

L8 can be used as an intercom at the time of fitting of the lift even without an inserted SIM card or without connected PSTN line. In this case it is necessary to

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connect the blocking function of lifts after the connection of the telephone line.

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2.2 Splitter

Description

The splitter serves for connection of central unit with announcers of given lift. Six wires are connected to the central unit (power, audio, data). Announcers (audio units) are connected to the splitter using a two-wire bus. The splitter also contains a make/break contact for the function of blocking the lift. There can be a maximum of 8 splitters (according to the number of lift shafts). Each splitter must be configured for a different address (number of lift shaft) for the system to work. The address is configured as 2-8 (lift 2-8). Lift 1 is the central unit.

The splitters are connected in series, i.e.., one after the other. It is not possible to connect them in parallel. The system Lift8 would be unstable. On the last splitter (furthest from the central unit) the termination resistance (jumper) is connected.

It is possible to power a splitter from the local power.

Electrical Installation

Connection to main bus

Pull the push-in terminal from the connector of the main bus and connect six wires from the CU. You must maintain the polarity (power + -, audio + -, data + - ), see printed picture on cover of splitter.

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Main bus

1 … Powering of main bus +

2 … Powering of main bus -

3 … Audio main bus +

4 … Audio main bus –

5 … Data main bus + 6 … Data main bus –

Warning

It is necessary to adhere to the polarity of connection. Otherwise the system Lift8 will not work properly.

Connection of bus between announcers and splitter

We connect the splitter and announcers using a two-wire bus. We must maintain the polarity

Audio unit bus

1 … Bus for announcers +

2 … Bus for announcers –

Configuration of address

We configure the address of the splitter for the given lift using a 10-position switch 0-9 (see picture).

We configure lift 2-8 as 2-8. (for example for lift 5 we configure the switch to position 5).

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Warning

Do not configure the splitter address as 0, 1 and 9 or the system will report a fault

Address 1 is used by the central unit

Connection of announcers:

1.It is possible to connect up to 5 announcers to each splitter. Because a splitter has only 3 terminals for connection the audio units, we connect 1-2 announcers in series one after the other.

2.We pull out the push-on terminals from the connectors for the audio units and connect up the twin-wire. We must adhere to polarity, otherwise the connected announcers will not work.

3.The polarity of connection is shown on the picture printed on the splitter and announcer.

Requirements:

Connect a maximum of 2 announcers to one terminal.

When using multi–strand cables, always use a pair of wires which belong to each other. In the case of regular cables of the UTP type the paired wires are twisted around each other.

When running special cables (to the cabin), use neighbouring wires and ensure that the nearest surrounding wire is not a source of interference (for example, power wire, videosignal etc.).

Recommendation:

Do not run the bus near power wires, especially long sections.

The bus can be forked, in particular if this makes the overall length of all sections shorter.

.

Warning

The bus is electrically separated from the circuits of the telephone line according to the requirements of EN60950 and has only low voltage which cannot cause an electric shock injury.

Connection of function for blocking of lift

Blocking works by the contact breaking when there is a fault of the telephone line (PSTN, GSM, UMTS) or if the L8 rechargeable batteries are nearly flat. Connect the contact to the relevant input of the control electronics of the lift or group of lifts. The control electronics must ensure that after the breaking of the contact, the lifts which are in operation go down to the nearest station and the doors open.

Caution

This function may be mandatory, which depends on regulations valid in the given country and time when you perform the installation.

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Termination resistance

Caution

There are 3 pins between the connection of the main bus and configuration of the lift number for configuration of the termination resistance. This is used on the last splitter which is connected in the system. (it is the furthest from the CU).

The jumper has a factory setting in the switched off position for the termination resistance.

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2.3 Announcer – cabin universal

Description

The user does not come into direct contact with this product. The control and indication elements depend on the specific installation. The functions of the indication elements correspond to standards

Picture 2.3: Announcer– cabin universal

Before you start

Installation conditions

The panel must be prepared for installation, at very least there has to be a perforation for the speaker here.

The panel must have the prescribed elements:

ALARM button;

illuminated pictogram “requirement received”;

illuminated pictogram “connection made”.

The location of all these elements must correspond to regulations. There must be free space of at least 65×130×20 mm behind the panel.

Checking packaging of product

Before starting installation, check to see whether the packaging of the product is complete.

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Announcer for cabin – contains (assembled):

1 electronics board

4 clamps slid onto board, see photo

4 connectors slid onto board, see printing on cover

1 assembly panel

1 speaker connected directly or by cable

1 microphone connected directly or by cable

1 cover with printing 5 tightening straps

Mounting

Mounting of electronics

This announcer is intended for mounting behind a lift control panel. The panel is usually prepared for installation according to this drawing:

Picture 2.4: Dimensions of mounting holes for announcer – cabin universal

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For mounting one needs (from the inner side of the panel) 4 electrically welded (spotted) M3 or M4 screws and a sufficiently perforated surface for the speaker and opening for microphone. As an emergency measure one can also install the announcer with high-quality double-sided foam adhesive tape on a perfectly degreased surface.

Safety

There must be no gap between the lift control panel and the surface of the announcer so that there is no acoustic shorting of the speaker and acoustic feedback between the speaker and microphone.

It is not permitted to use this type of announcer other than when mounted on a sufficiently large board. It is not possible to guarantee the acoustic properties of an uninstalled announcer.

Separate mounting of microphone

If the microphone is supplied separately on a 25×25mm board with self-adhesive film and equipped with a cable, it is possible to mount it behind any hole in a board (minimum diameter of hole is 5mm, or group of smaller holes with same overall area. The microphone is stuck (from the back) directly in the required place (the surface must be cleaned of dust and grease beforehand!).

Requirements :

The minimum distance between the centre of the speaker and microphone is 90 mm. There could be feedback if the distance is shorter. But a greater distance (within the range of the supplied 1m cable) does no harm.

The microphone must be stuck on so that it does not pick up (even in part!) the acoustic pressure from the space behind the control panel. There would occur acoustic feedback with the speaker, which sends out sound strongly into this space.

Separate mounting of speaker

The speaker has a cable which can be separated from the electronics (simply pulled out) in the range of the supplied wires (1m). This possibility is intended for cases where it is necessary to install a speaker in a place where there is no space for all the electronics. Adhere to the following instructions when fixing the speaker:

if you stick the speaker on, ensure such a procedure or type of glue so that the membrane is not damaged by the glue and volatile substances or heat.

we recommend that the sealing be left on the speaker, it prevents vibration and serves as electrical insulation.

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Frequently asked questions about speaker

Is it possible to use the speaker jointly for the communicator and floor announcer?

No, it is not possible.

Can I use my own speaker?

Yes, with an impedance of 64 Ω. But in this case you take responsibility for the sufficient volume and frequency range.

Can I locate the speaker on the cabin ceiling? We do not recommend this location.

Can I use a longer cable to the speaker?

For the speaker yes, but we do not recommend it for the microphone.

Electrical fitting

Description of terminals, connectors and jumpers

Picture 2.5: Terminals, connectors and jumpers on the board of Announcer – cabin universal

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Terminals

Connectors

1

bus

7

LED “connection made”

2

ALARM, voltage activation

8

LED “requirement received”

3

ALARM, contact activation

9

microphone connector

(optionally)

 

 

 

4

CANCEL, voltage activation

10

induction loop connector

5

CANCEL, contact activation

11

speaker connector

6

Alarm 2 (set 2)

13

servicing connector

Configuration jumpers

Two LED signal lamps (from other

side)

 

 

 

 

12

position of announcer

1. (yello

Requirement received:

 

 

w)

 

12

negation of inputs ALARM and

2. (green

Connection confirmed

CANCEL

)

Note

If external LEDs are connected to the connectors 7 and 8, indication LED No 1 and 2 will not light up.

Configuration of announcer’s location

The announcer has a factory setting as a cabin announcer, and so it is not necessary to change the configuration. If you want to use the announcer otherwise than in the cabin, proceed as follows.

Procedure

1.Preconfigure the jumper on the configuration jumper 12

2.If there is poor access to the pins, it is possible to remove the covers of the electronics. Slightly loosen the four screws and shift the cover upwards. Now you can removed the cover.

3.The first 4 pins serve for setting the location of the announcer (1. cabin ceiling, 2. cabin - default, 3. under the cabin, 4. bottom of shaft).

4.Configure the required changes according to the printed marking on the cover of the electronics.

5.If you have removed the cover, put it back in the original position and tighten the screw

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Picture 2.6: Configuration of address for Announcer – cabin universal

Note

Ensure that two announcers do not have the same location configured – otherwise the system reports an error.

Use jumpers for configuration of location only rarely, for example if you us the relevant type of announcer in a different location than that for which it is normally intended.

You can restore the original settings of location easily according to the depiction on the cover

Connection to bus

Polarity must be maintained.

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Warning

The connection of the announcer to a different wire, for example to a higher voltage, will result in its damage or destruction.

Maintain polarity when connecting the announcer, otherwise the announcer will not work.

Caution

The announcer is connected via a 2-wire bus. The disconnection of these wires causes the announcer to switch off.

Beware of duplicate configuration of location of announcers.

Connection of ALARM button

Requirements :

The ALARM button must comply with the requirements valid for the given installation in terms of its version (colour, pictogram, surface of keypad, mechanical operation).

Button control

Requirements :

The ALARM button must have a make or break contact which is not connected to any other circuits.

None of the outlets of the button may be galvanically linked with any other electrical circuit, no voltage may be connected to the ALARM clamps – only contact.

If the ALARM button has several contacts and a different contact is connected to a different circuit, the corresponding insulation strength between the contacts corresponding to valid standards must be ensured.

Procedure :

1.Leave the ALARM clamp in the lower position (3).

2.If you use a make contact, leave the jumper as is (5 pin on jumper 12) – ALARM without fitting jumper (this configuration is the factory one)

3.If you use a break contact, fit the jumper (5 pin on jumper 12) - ALARM inverted

– jumper fitted

Voltage control

Requirements :

direct voltage in range of 12 to 48 V.

The voltage signal must be functional even during a power failure. Procedure :

1.Move the ALARM clamp up two pins to the position (2).

2.For activation by connection of voltage, leave the jumper as is (5 pin on jumper

12)- ALARM without fitting jumper (this configuration is the factory one)

3.For activation by disconnection of voltage, fit jumper (5 pin on jumper 12) –

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ALARM inverted – fitted with jumper

Warning

Non-adherence to these instructions could result in damage to the product.

Connection of CANCEL input (door contact, optional)

This input makes it possible to cancel a request for rescue if the lift is fully functional. After pressing the ALARM button the system waits for the configured period, which is slightly longer than the maximum period for journey of the lift. If the lift is functional, during this period it must go to the configured station and the door must open. In such a case the requirement is cancelled. If the door does not open, the requirement is accepted.

Before installation find out if there is an open door signal available in the lift cabin.

Requirements :

If the lift has double doors, the signal must be active only if both sets of doors are open, i.e., if it is truly possible to leave the cabin.

The door position signal must also work if there is a power failure.

Control by contact

Requirements :

None of the outlets from the contact may be galvanically linked with any other electrical circuit, no voltage may be connected to the CANCEL clamps – only contact.

Procedure

1.Leave the CANCEL clamp in the lower position (5).

2.If you use a make contact, leave the jumper as is (6 pin on jumper 12) - CANCEL without fitting jumper (this configuration is the factory one)

3.If you use a break contact, fit the jumper (6 pin on jumper 12) - CANCEL inverted – jumper fitted

Voltage control

Requirements :

direct voltage in range of 12 to 48V.

Procedure :

1.Move the CANCEL clamp up two pins to the position (4).

2.For activation by connection of voltage, leave the jumper as is (6 pin on jumper

12)- CANCEL without fitting jumper (this configuration is the factory one)

3.For activation by disconnection of voltage, fit jumper (6 pin on jumper 12) - CANCEL inverted – fitted with jumper

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Warning

Non-adherence to these instructions could result in damage to the product.

Caution

Delayed calling must be programmed in order for the connection of the CANCEL input to make sense.

Configuration of ALARM and CANCEL is depicted on the cover of the electronics.

Connection of indication elements (LED)

The current technology of LED production makes it possible to achieve relatively good light intensity with a small current. Because the indication elements of the lift are illuminated by a sufficiently powerful LED for which a current of around 5 mA is sufficient (with a drop on the diode of around 2 V), it is possible to get by without a source. In this case connection corresponds to the following picture.

Picture 2.8: Alternative connection of indication elements for announcer – cabin universal

Note

The cables for are not a regular part of the delivery, only after prior agreement.

When using this connection the ancillary control lamp is not illuminated on the printed circuit.

Connection of induction loop

During the installation of the communicator it is necessary to abide by current regulations, which may designate the installation loops for the hard of hearing as a mandatory part of the communicator in the lift cabin. The loop is connected to the connector (10) with any polarity. Following agreement it can be part of the delivery, including cable 1m long.

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Requirements

The induction loop must be located on a non-metal, non-magnetic cover element in the control panel because the magnetic field of an induction loop does not pass through a metal control panel.

The indication loop must be marked by the relevant pictogram (ear), and its location must correspond to valid standards.

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2.4 Announcer – machine room

Description

This announcer is intended for installation in the machine room or for resolution of intercom with location at reception. It has certain different properties compared with the other types:

One part of the announcer is a keypad

The keypad serves for the selection of various functions and also for the programming of the system.

It is possible to connect an earpiece to the announcer for better acoustic properties in a noisy environment.

You can connect an external siren to the announcer which signals an incoming call.

The announcer in the machine room can be configured as common for several lifts.

Operation:

1.This type of announcer is operated by qualified people (performing, for example, lift maintenance).

2.The TRIPHONY button activates voice communication with other announcers of the same lift, or it is possible to activate TRIPHONY with another lift by holding down the button for more than 2 seconds (a voice menu starts for selection of the lift number with which you wish to initiate triphony).

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3.The ALARM button can be used, for example, to call dispatch. The announcer calls the numbers configured in the memory of the button ALARM – set 2 (021-026).The lighting of the button ALARM (not required by a standard) makes it possible to find the announcer easily in the dark.

4.After pressing the Alarm or triphony button the function is called up immediately. We can speak handsfree or connect an earpiece for better acoustic properties.

5. The voice menu is called up pressing

for longer than 2s.

Before you start

Requirements:

If you connect an earpiece to the announcer. Use the earpiece supplied by the manufacturer. A different earpiece need not work.

Checking completeness of product

Before starting installation check to see whether the packaging of the product is complete:

1 announcer including these elements

1 earpiece

2 wall plugs

2 screws for wall plugs

7-8 jumpers for configuration of common machine room

Mounting

The announcer is usually mounted on a wall using the appended wall plugs and screws.

Electrical Installation

Description of connectors

On the right side under the cover there are 3 connectors

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Picture 2.20: Connectors of announcer – machine room

Configuration of address

Under the transparent front cover there is a group of jumpers. If the machine room is intended only for the given lift, do not use any jumper. The announcer identifies itself as the machine room for the given lift.

If the machine room should be common for several lifts, configure the corresponding pins 1-8, depending on for which lifts you want to have a common machine room. (numbered from left -> to right 1-8)

Note

The configuration of a different location of announcer is not possible. This announcer is always configured as the machine room.

Right group of 8 jumpers: configuration of address If the machine room is common for several lifts, it is possible to use one announcer and configure several addresses using the included jumpers. Other types of announcers do not have this possibility!

Note

If the announcer has several configured addresses, by pressing the TRIPHONY button you activate communication of the announcers in the lift with the lowest of the configured addresses.

Caution

Be careful of duplicate configuration of a common announcer machine room.

Connection to bus

Open the side door. Pull out the terminal from the connector, connect the wires, and put the terminal back in the connector. Polarity must be maintained.

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Warning

The connection of the announcer to a different wire, for example to a higher voltage, will result in its damage or destruction.

Polarity must be adhered to or the announcer will not work.

Caution

The announcer is powered from the CU via a 2-wire bus. Disconnection of the announcer from the bus causes the announcer to be switched off.

Connection of earpiece

Use the earpiece supplied with the announcer and the included cable with telephone terminals.

Caution

If the earpiece is not connected, the announcer works in the handsfree mode.

An earpiece of another type will not necessarily work

Testing

Test the function by connecting the earpiece, and via (hold down for more than 2s) you enter the voice menu. If the earpiece is not functional, the voice menu will be played from the announcer’s speaker.

Configuration of volume

Open the protective door on the announcer, and using the trimmer adjust the required volume.

Caution

Using this trimmer we set the best acoustic properties, but also ensure that there is no feedback.

The configuration of volume only works for the handsfree mode

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2.5 Announcer – shaft

Description

This announcer is intended for installation at the bottom of a lift shaft or on the roof of a lift or wherever it is necessary to communicate, for example during lift maintenance etc. The basic trait of this announcer is the robust yellow cover. It is not intended for outdoor use, but it tolerates the conditions in a lift shaft very well – it is resistant to small items dropping on it, dripping oil etc. Using the ALARM button it is possible to activate connection with the control centre, using the TRIPHONY button you can initiate conference connection with the other announcers of the same lift. There is a built-in microphone and speaker in the announcer, but it is possible to connect an earpiece for better acoustic properties. Thanks to the dimensions and stiffness of the cover the announcer has a good, strong soundx.

Operation:

1.This type of announcer is operated by qualified persons performing, for example, lift maintenance.

2.The button TRIPHONY activates voice communication with the other announcers of the same lift.

3.The ALARM button can be used, for example, when someone falls down the shaft.

4.The announcer calls the numbers configured in the memory of the button ALARM - set 2 (021-026).

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5.The lighting of the button ALARM (not required by a standard) makes it possible to find the announcer easily in the dark and to activate it.

Before you start

Checking completeness of product

Before starting installation check to see whether the packaging of the product is complete:

1 announcer including these elements (assembled):

2 wall plugs

2 screws for wall plugs Requirements:

This type of announcer has no specific requirements.

Mounting

The announcer is usually mounted on a wall using the supplied wall plugs and screws. There is a drilling template on the packaging

Caution

The announcer is not intended for installation outdoors.

Electrical Installation

Connectors

The announcer has one connector for connecting the bus. The second RJ-11 connector serves for connecting up the earpiece. Both connectors are under the side doors.

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