2N Lift emergency phone 2N SingleTalk - Manual, 1514 v6.3.0, SingleTalk User Manual

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2N® SingleTalk

Lift Communicator

User Manual

 

Version

6.3.0

www.2n.cz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

The product family developed by 2N TELEKOMUNIKACE a.s. includes intercoms, GSM and UMTS products, private branch exchanges (PBXs) and M2M solution.

2N TELEKOMUNIKACE a.s. has been ranked among the Czech top companies for years and represents a symbol of prosperity in the field of IP intercoms. Furthermore, the company dedicates significant attention to operator solutions as well as to effectively providing support for our distribution network and customer service. 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 faq.2n.cz you can find information regarding products adjustment and instructions for optimum use and procedures „What to do if...“.

Declaration of Conformity

2N TELEKOMUNIKACE a.s. hereby declares that the 2N® SingleTalk 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.

2N TELEKOMUNIKACE company is the owner of the ISO 9001:2008 certificate. All development, production and distribution processes of the company are managed by this standard and guarantee high quality, technical level and professional aspect of all our products.

2N® SingleTalk product is the holder of the Type certificate of the TÜV SÜD Czech company.

Table of Contents

1. Product Overview...............................................................

5

1.1

Product Description .......................................................................................................

6

 

Basic Features..................................................................................................................

6

 

Advantages of use............................................................................................................

6

1.2

2N® SingleTalk Components and Associated Products.............................................

8

 

Basic Unit – Universal version..........................................................................................

8

 

Basic Unit – Compact Version........................................................................................

10

1.3

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

12

1.4

Terms and Symbols Used ...........................................................................................

13

 

Manual Symbols .............................................................................................................

13

2. Description and Installation ............................................

15

2.1

Product Description .....................................................................................................

16

 

Operation........................................................................................................................

16

 

Universal Version ...........................................................................................................

16

 

Compact Version ............................................................................................................

16

2.2

Before You Start ...........................................................................................................

18

 

Product Completeness Check – Universal version ........................................................

18

 

Product Completeness Check – Compact version.........................................................

18

 

ST Installation Conditions...............................................................................................

19

2.3

Mounting – Universal version .....................................................................................

20

 

Safety Precaution ...........................................................................................................

20

 

ST Location ....................................................................................................................

20

 

Mounting of Panel with ST Electronics...........................................................................

21

 

Off-Panel Microphone Mounting.....................................................................................

23

 

Off-Panel Loudspeaker Mounting...................................................................................

23

 

Indicator Mounting ..........................................................................................................

24

2.4

Mounting – Compact version ......................................................................................

25

 

Prior to Mounting ............................................................................................................

25

2.5

Installation – universal version...................................................................................

26

 

Layout of Terminals, Jumpers and Connectors .............................................................

26

 

ST Telephone Line Connection......................................................................................

29

 

ALARM Button Connection – Button control ..................................................................

29

 

ALARM Button Connection – Voltage control ................................................................

29

 

Indicator Connection.......................................................................................................

30

 

CANCEL Input Connection (Door Control, Optional) .....................................................

31

 

Induction Loop Connection.............................................................................................

32

 

 

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Installation of Extending Modules...................................................................................

32

 

2.6

Installation – Compact Version...................................................................................

35

 

 

Terminal Description (elderly HW) .................................................................................

35

 

 

Terminal Description (newer HW) ..................................................................................

36

 

 

Telephone Line Connection ...........................................................................................

39

 

 

CANCEL Input Connection (Door Contact, Optional) ....................................................

39

 

 

Induction Loop Connection.............................................................................................

39

 

 

Mounting Completion .....................................................................................................

40

 

2.7

ST Connecting Options ...............................................................................................

42

 

 

Direct PSTN Connection ................................................................................................

42

 

 

GSM Gateway Connection .............................................................................................

42

 

 

PBX Connection .............................................................................................................

43

3.

Configuration 2N® SingleTalk .........................................

45

 

3.1

2N® SingleTalk Programming......................................................................................

46

 

 

Before You Start Programming ......................................................................................

46

 

 

Entering Programming Mode .........................................................................................

46

 

 

Programming ..................................................................................................................

46

 

 

Programming Error .........................................................................................................

47

 

 

Programming Termination ..............................................................................................

47

 

 

How to Record a Message .............................................................................................

48

 

 

Setting Acoustic Parameters ..........................................................................................

49

 

 

Switch programming.......................................................................................................

49

 

 

Communication Equipment – Abbrev. Programming Form ...........................................

50

 

3.2

Review of Programming Functions ............................................................................

52

4.

Function and Use .............................................................

57

 

4.1

Function Description....................................................................................................

58

 

 

Outgoing Call..................................................................................................................

58

 

 

Checking Call .................................................................................................................

58

 

 

Incoming Call..................................................................................................................

58

 

 

Protection against Unintentional Initiation ......................................................................

58

 

 

Automatic Repeated Multiple Numbers Dialing with Confirmation.................................

59

 

 

Automatic Repeated Multiple Numbers Dialing without Confirmation............................

60

 

 

Call Termination (Outgoing and Incoming Calls) ...........................................................

61

 

4.2

Non-Stop Service Instructions for Use ......................................................................

62

 

 

DTMF Control during the Call.........................................................................................

62

 

 

Switch Control ................................................................................................................

62

 

 

ST Signalling Overview ..................................................................................................

63

 

 

Survey of Messages .......................................................................................................

64

 

 

ST Identification..............................................................................................................

64

5.

Technical parameters ......................................................

65

 

5.1

Technical parameters ..................................................................................................

66

 

 

Electric Parameters ........................................................................................................

66

 

 

 

3

 

Switch Parameters .........................................................................................................

66

 

Other Parameters ...........................................................................................................

67

6. Supplementary Information ............................................

69

6.1

Regulations and directives..........................................................................................

70

6.2

List of Terms and Abbreviations ................................................................................

71

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1 1. Product

Overview

In this section, we introduce the 2N® SingleTalk product, outline its application options and highlight the advantages following from its use.

Here is what you can find in this section:

Product Description

2N® SingleTalk Components and Associated Products

Changes

Terms and Symbols Used

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Product Description

 

1.1

 

 

 

1.1 Product Description

Basic Features

The SingleTalk (ST) is intended primarily for lifts – especially in buildings,

where there is just one lift and no internal communication between the lift car and the machine room/shaft bottom/lift car roof is needed (2N® LiftNet is designed for more complex applications).

The ST is a Speakerphone in principle. This means that, built-in behind the lift panel (wall surface), the ST microphone and loudspeaker are used for bi- -directional voice communication.

The ST can be connected directly to a PSTN line, being supplied from this line. Thus, it requires no battery and no maintenance. It can be connected to any local PBX line or a GSM gateway too (refer to the Associated products).

The ST cannot be misused to someone else’s debit because it can dial the

pre-programmed numbers only.

On the top of it, the ST can be provided with various extending modules as needed either on purchase, or any time later.

Advantages of use

Basic messages even without the voice recording module

Messages of a variable length of 0 to 30 seconds – with the voice recording module only

Checking Call once in 3 days

Digitally adjustable acoustic properties (remote setting)

Function indication – two LEDs compliant with applicable lift regulations

Phone-based programming and checking

Hang-up and busy line detection

Automatic repeated dialing of multiple numbers

Protection against unintentional or unneeded initiation (CANCEL)

Call control from the dispatching center

No need of power supply

Easy installation onto any panel

Approved for connection to the PSTN

New features

Amplifier module

Lift blocking module

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Product Description

 

1.1

 

 

 

Optional indication elements – backlit pictograms (incl. incandescent lamps)

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2N® SingleTalk Components and Associated Products

 

1.2

 

 

 

1.22N® SingleTalk Components and Associated Products

Basic Unit – Universal version

These units are designed for mounting behind the lift panel, which is pre-drilled for installation.

Part No., Name

Description

 

 

 

 

 

successor to 913401

913640E

 

basic model (fully upgradeable)

2N® SingleTalk –

 

provides automatic dialling of two numbers

basic version

 

without extending

 

reproduces manufacturer-recorded messages

 

 

successor to 913408

913641E

 

contains module 913647

2N® SingleTalk –

enables to record and reproduce own messages

full version

extends automatic dialling up to 6 numbers

 

913642E

 

contains module 913649E

 

 

2N® SingleTalk –

 

enables to block the lift in case of telephone line

basic vision

 

silure

 

 

+ blocking module

 

 

913643E

contains modules 913647 and 913649E

enables to record and reproduce own messages

 

2N® SingleTalk –

 

extends automatic dialling up to 6 numbers

full vision

enables to block the lift in the case of telephone

+ blocking module

 

line failure

 

 

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2N® SingleTalk Components and Associated Products

 

1.2

 

 

 

Extending modules for Basic Unit 91364x

Part No., Name

Description

913647E

Enables to record and reproduce messages

2N® SingleTalk –

Extends automatic dialling up to 6 numbers

Extending Module

 

 

913648E

DTMF remote controlled universal switch (during

2N® SingleTalk –

connection). Up to 2 switches, or one switch plus

Switch Module

one blocking module can be used.

913649E

A special switch used for blocking the lift in case

2N® SingleTalk –

of telephone line failure.

Blocking Module

 

 

913650E

Speaker amplifier for

 

 

 

2N® SingleTalk –

noisy environment.

 

Amplifier Module

Adjustable gain.

 

913621E

Induction Loop for people

 

2N® SingleTalk –

with a hearing aid. Coil in

 

Induction Loop

a holder with 1 m cable.

 

 

 

 

Amplifier Module

913650E

2N® SingleTalk with removed cover for illustration, equipped with all extending module types

Blocking Module

913649E

Extending Module

913647E

Switch Module

913648E

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2N® SingleTalk Components and Associated Products

 

1.2

 

 

 

Basic Unit – Compact Version

The Compact communicator is designed for quick and easy installation into any lift without advance preparation.

Order No., Name

Description

913644E

no user-defined

2N® Single Talk

message recording

Compact,

by phone, no

extending option

basic version

 

913645E

user-defined

2N® Single Talk

message recording

Compact, complete

by phone

 

version

 

Extending Modules – External

Order No. Name

Description

913646E

lift blocking in the

lift blocking module,

event of telephone

line failure

external

 

 

 

Use the product also with other 2N® SingleTalk communicators, e.g. to save wires in the lift trailing cable. Install the module into the machine room which the telephone line passes through.

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2N® SingleTalk Components and Associated Products

 

1.2

 

 

 

Associated Products

913630E

2N® LiftManager

The 2N® LiftManager software is intended for dispatcher’s centres that communicate with the 2N® LiftNet, 2N® Lift EasyTalk and 2N® SingleTalk equipment. The application requires a standard PC-modem configuration and a telephone line. A multiple operator workstation network can be achieved by increasing the number of telephone lines and PCs.

Note: Service Tools, a software for 2N® SingleTalk configuring, upgrading etc. via PC, is a free and can be installed separately, without 2N® LiftManager.

5013331E

2N® EasyGate Pro

GSM gateway for 2N® LiftNet

2N® SingleTalk

Replaces a fixed telephone line.

Easy installation, no configuration requirements.

Batteries are integrated.

Call duration until two hours.

91360...

91361...

2N® SingleTalk

A communicator designed to connect multiple lifts to a single telephone line, allowing for local communication between the lift cabin, machine room and other places.

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Changes 1.3

1.3 Changes

Manual Changes

Version

First versions of the product and User Manual

1.0Functional replacement of the 91340.... series (Lift EasyTalk)

4.0Addition of the Compact version.

5.0Changed default values of parameters 902 and 915

On-board microphone (apart from custom versions)

All communicators, produced since half of 2010, has a loudspeaker connected by cable, to alow amlifier installation.

HW issue 5 and higher – optional onboard / external microphone

HW issue 7 and higher (model 2011):

ois equipped with a powerfull 50 mm speaker

oamplifier installation is easier.

SW version 10-08-24:

oChanged default values of parameters 913 and 914

6.1o Recognizes all dual tones, new parameter 946.

oNew parameter 975 – extended message options, separately for call before and after confirmation.

oExtended DTMF 3 command: plays user recorded message, then identification number and serial number.

o New function 995 – tells software version

o West Europe language set: English, German, Portuguese, Dutch.

oPhone numbers, stored as a factory default (in client-designed versions) are hold over initialization.

The manufacturer reserves the right to modify the product in order to improve its qualities.

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Terms and Symbols Used

 

1.4

 

 

 

1.4 Terms and Symbols Used

Manual Symbols

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.

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2

 

2.

Description and

 

 

 

Installation

 

 

 

 

 

This section describes the 2N® SingleTalk product and its installation.

Here is what you can find in this section:

Product Description

Before You Start

Mounting – Universal version

Mounting – Compact version

Installation – universal version

Installation – Compact Version

ST Connecting Options

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Product Description

 

2.1

 

 

 

2.1 Product Description

In principle, 2N® SingleTalk (hereinafter referred to as ST) is a Speakerphone. It is equipped with a microphone, loudspeaker, telephone line terminals, ALARM buttons, backlit pictograms (as required by the applicable standard) and an optional CANCEL input for door opening indication.

ST is available in two versions. The Universal version is designed for mounting behind the pre-drilled (according to the drawing, see the Mounting section) lift panel. The Compact version is provided with a metal case and can be installed quickly and easily without advance preparation.

Operation

Push the ALARM button to activate the device. The “Wait” pictogram goes on immediately, followed by the “Connection established” pictogram after communication has been established.

Universal Version

The board with electronics is placed between the mounting panel and the printed cover (see Fig.). The total dimensions are 65×130×24 mm. The loudspeaker and microphone are fitted to the panel. Basic (slide-on) terminals are to the left and extending modules (lift blocking and switch modules) to the right.

The extending module 913647 is under the cover (having no terminals). Small connectors at the bottoms are intended for the induction loop (for people with bad hearing) and LED indicators. Typically, backlit pictograms (even with incandescent lamps) are connected to the product. Neither the pictograms nor the ALARM button are included in the standard delivery (they are lift design elements).

Compact Version

The Compact version is provided with a robust metal case of the size of 100×185×16 mm. The built-in ALARM button is equipped with a yellow plastic pictogram (a bell) and an ALARM sign for the blind on its sides. The backlit pictograms and induction loop for people with bad hearing are in a window made of unbreakable glass. The microphone and loudspeaker are vandal-proof too. Once installed, the product screws are invisible from the lift cabin.

Caution

The Compact version does not include the lift blocking module in the case of telephone line failure. You can connect the module parallel to the telephone line, e.g. in the machine room.

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2N Lift emergency phone 2N SingleTalk - Manual, 1514 v6.3.0, SingleTalk User Manual

Figure 2.1

2N® Lift SingleTalk – Universal version

Figure 2.2

2N® Lift SingleTalk – Compact version

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loudspeaker

pictogram window

„Connection established” pictogram – green

pictogram indicating the location of the induction loop for people with defective hearing

„Establishing connection” pictogram – yellow

TRIPHONY pictogram – yellow indicates that triphony is active

ALARM button

window bezel hole

microphone hole

1.2 Description Product

Before You Start

 

2.2

 

 

 

2.2 Before You Start

Product Completeness Check – Universal version

Check the product for completeness before installation please.

Main board with covers – equipped with modules according to the following table:

Order

Extending Module

Lift Blocking Module

No.

(Message Recording)

 

 

 

 

913640

 

 

 

913641

 

 

 

913642

 

 

 

913643

 

 

 

Four terminal blocks (line, ALARM, CANCEL, pictograms) have been slided on the left-hand side;

The loudspeaker and microphone (in client-designed versions, the second microphone can be connected by cable);

CD with a full manual, Service Tools and 2N® LiftManager

This brief manual and a warranty certificate

Product Completeness Check – Compact version

Check the product for completeness before installation please:

Two terminal blocks (line, CANCEL) should be present on the pins at the lower case connector.

The following fitting accessories should be enclosed:

o four M4×30 bolts o four M4×8 bolts

o four fan-shaped washers

ofour M4 nuts

CD with a full manual, Service Tools and 2N® LiftManager

This brief manual and a warranty certificate

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Before You Start

 

2.2

 

 

 

ST Installation Conditions

ST is not designed for outdoor applications.

The product is connected to a telephone line where life-endangering voltage may occur. Therefore, be sure to keep the safety precautions – refer to the Electric Installation section.

It is forbidden to connect ST parallel to another terminal on a line.

The lift wall must be perfectly flat.

Tip

Use a portable telephone to check the telephone line function.

Do you know the telephone line number to be used? Check its functionality.

For a PBX line connection, check other relevant conditions as included in the Ways of ST Connection section.

Make sure that the lift panel has been prepared properly for ST mounting.

Universal version

Check the lift panel for advance preparation for ST mounting.

Compact version

It is advisable to mount ST where the lift cabin wall is also accessible from the outside (from the lift shaft).

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Mounting – Universal version

 

2.3

 

 

 

2.3 Mounting – Universal version

Safety Precaution

Safety

The telephone line supply cable, microphone, loudspeaker, LED indicators, ALARM button and CANCEL contact, including cabling, and the board with electronics are connected with a telephone line and so remember to ensure during installation that the user cannot touch these product parts and is protected against an electrical accident by a minimum isolation distance of 1.5 mm, or an isolation barrier of a minimum break-down voltage of 1,500 V!

Caution

The location, appearance and designation of the communicator controls (e.g. the ALARM button) have to comply with the applicable lift standards.

ST Location

ST may be mounted into any position as needed, the optimum elevation being approximately the height of an adult’s mouth. The ST mounting place must be beyond the reach of the operating personnel (see the Safety Precautions).

Caution

You are not recommended to mount the electronics without the mounting panel because the panel works as an electric isolation barrier and the manufacturer cannot guarantee safety if it is not used.

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Mounting – Universal version

 

2.3

 

 

 

Mounting of Panel with ST Electronics

To mount the ST panel onto the lift car interior wall surface you need 4 spot-welded M4 screws in the pitch of 57×122 mm and a sufficiently perforated loudspeaker area (may be larger than as shown on the figure, yet in no case may overlap the panel size to avoid acoustic short-circuit), a microphone hole and 2 LED holes if necessary.

Mounting drawing for version with 50 mm speaker

4 spot-welded M4 screws on the panel or lift cabin backside (typically 2 mm thick stainless steel sheet)

Perforated loudspeaker area

Perforation of ST panel itself is shown here. It is possible to use perforation prepared for precious version of panel, but, if perforated area will be too small or total area of holes is insufficient, it may reduce a speaker loudness.

Two LED holes (optional, backlit pictograms are preferred, located outside the panel)

Microphone perforation

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