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G A I - T R O N I C S ® C O R P O R A T I O N

 

A H U B B E L L C O M P A N Y

 

Model TI984 Telephone Interface

 

T A B L E O FC O N T E N T S

 

General Information..................................................................................................................

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

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Site Requirements..............................................................................................................................

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Wiring Instructions ...........................................................................................................................

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Telephone Line Connections .............................................................................................................

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Power .................................................................................................................................................

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Page/Party® Connections...................................................................................................................

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Remote Connections ..........................................................................................................................

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Programming: General Instructions.........................................................................................

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Programming Procedure ...........................................................................................................

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Entering and Exiting the Programming Mode .................................................................................

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Selecting an Incoming Access Method ..............................................................................................

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Voice Access Method .....................................................................................................................................

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Ring Access Method.......................................................................................................................................

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Selective Access Method ................................................................................................................................

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Manual Access Method ..................................................................................................................................

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Operating Instructions ...............................................................................................................

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Answering Incoming Calls ................................................................................................................

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Terminating Calls ............................................................................................................................

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Number of Incoming Rings .............................................................................................................

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Hang-upDelay .................................................................................................................................

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Universal Parameters ......................................................................................................................

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Internal/External Day/Night Switch ..............................................................................................................

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Programming Table.................................................................................................................

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Adjustments .............................................................................................................................

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Programming Summary Chart .......................................................................................................

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

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Replacement Parts ...........................................................................................................................

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Model TI984 Telephone Interface

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Model TI984 Telephone Interface

Confidentiality Notice

This manual is provided solely as an operation, installation, and maintenance guide and contains sensitive business and technical information that is confidential and proprietary to GAI-Tronics.GAI-Tronicsretains all intellectual property and other rights in or to the information contained herein, and such information may only be used in connection with the operation of yourGAI-Tronicsproduct or system. This manual may not be disclosed in any form, in whole or in part, directly or indirectly, to any third party.

General Information

The Model TI984 is a telephone interface designed to provide a communication path between the GAI-TronicsPage/Party® industrial communication system and a public or private telephone system.

The telephone interface allows individuals to access the page line and the party line of the Page/Party® system while using a standard telephone. The programming options of this interface make the unit extremely versatile.

Because the demands on your communication system may vary from the day shift to the night shift, this interface can be configured for two independent sets of operating parameters --day mode andnight mode. For example, the method used to receive incoming telephone calls can be configured differently for each mode.

Incoming telephone calls can access the Page/Party® system using one of four incoming access methods: voice

access, ring access, selective access, or manual access. The incoming access method that is selected determines the way the incoming call gains access to the Page/Party® system. The telephone interface can be configured to transfer the call directly to the designated page line or require the intervention of a switchboard operator.

The day mode can be configured for manual access, while the night mode is configured for ring access. Review the programming options listed in this manual to identify the optimal configuration for your facility.

Note: The TI984 is registered with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). As the owner of this device, you must give the following information to the operating telephone company before connecting or disconnecting the device:

1.Notice of your intent to use privately-ownedtelephone equipment.

2.The particular telephone numbers to be used.

3.Model: GAI-Tronics’TI984 Programmable Telephone Interface

4.FCC Registration Number: ADG9ZP-16816-VH-E

5.Ringer Equivalence Number (REN): 0.4B

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WARNING

This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause interference to radio communications. It has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class “A” computing device pursuant to Subpart J or Part 15 of the FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference when operated in a commercial environment. Operation of the equipment in a residential area is likely to cause interference. If interference occurs, the user, at their own expense, will be required to take whatever measures are necessary to correct this interference.

Installation

WARNING

This device can present a 115/230 V ac shock hazard. Please use care when handling this device. Be sure that the ac power is not connected during wiring.

Site Requirements

The Model TI984 should be mounted near both the GAI-TronicsPage/Party® system and the RJ11C receptacle from the telephone company or Private Branch Exchange (PBX). The distance from the TI984 to one Page/Party® station should be such that someone can adjust the controls on the TI984 while listening to the handset of the station. The distance from the RJ11C receptacle should be less than 14 feet, to allow the use of the suppliedplug-incable.

Note: If there are no handset stations, contact theGAI-TronicsField Service Department for instructions at800-492-1212,8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, Eastern Standard Time (EST).

The TI984 should be installed in an environment within the temperature range of 0º C to +70º C (+32º F to +158º F).

Install the TI984 away from equipment that could cause excessive electrostatic, or electromagnetic interference, or equipment that produces high voltage.

Wiring Instructions

1.Remove the front cover by loosening the 4 captive screws and swinging the cover open to the left. Disconnect the ribbon cable and the telephone cable, and pull the hinges out of the holes in the rear enclosure.

2.Determine which of the 4 available conduit locations is to be used. Drill spots have been provided for use with either a chassis punch or hole saw.

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Recommendations:

Remove the Printed Circuit Board Assemblies (PCBAs) until installation of the conduit is complete.

Use 1.25-inchconduit hub assemblies because this size makes the proper contact with the supplied grounding plate. In using a conduit hub assembly other than the recommended size, it is the installer’s responsibility to provide the proper earth ground bonding. Hub(s) must be connected to the conduit before being connected to the enclosure.

The recommended hubs are: GAI-Tronics14611-004(1.25 inch) and MyersST-4(1.25 inch).

3.Install the rear enclosure on the wall using screws in the 4 corner holes. See Figure 1 for the location of these holes.

4.Connect the conduit to the TI984, and run the wires through the conduit to connect power and signal lines to the proper terminals as shown in Figure 2.

Figure 1. Mounting Details

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Figure 2. Termination Area

Telephone Line Connections

The TI984 should be connected to the Central Office (CO) RJ11C jack from the telephone company or to a PBX with the 14-footRJ11 interconnect cable. See your telephone company if a CO jack needs to be installed or extended.

The connection outlined in Figure 3 is recommended

 

because it allows the use of all the available types of

 

incoming modes. If the call from the CO is to be directly

 

connected to the Page/Party® system, use the bypass feature

 

available on the PBX.

Figure 3. Telephone Connections

 

Power

The unit can be powered by 115 or 230 V ac (50 to 60 Hz), or 24 V dc. If using ac power, connect the ac neutral wire (white) to terminal 6 and the ac hot wire (black) to terminal 2. See Figure 4. The earth ground wire (green or green/yellow stripe) should be connected to terminal 4. Set the Power Selector switch at the lower right of the power supply to the proper voltage setting (115 or 230 V).

Figure 4. Power Connections

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If using a dc source, either a battery and/or a UL-approvedpower supply/battery charger should be used. The power supply must be capable of providing at least 1.4 amperes dc @23-28V. Connect the positive wire to terminal 1 and the negative wire to terminal 3 (the Power Selector switch may be in either position). See Figure 4 for wiring details. Terminal 4 should be connected to the earth ground for maximum safety.

For convenient wiring, GAI-Tronicsoffers an8-conductorcable, Model60038-101.This cable has three 14 AWG conductors for power and ground and five 18 AWG conductors for page and party line audio connections and a spare. If another cable is used, note that the audio wires must be twisted pairs but need not be shielded.

Note: Each power input is fuse protected. The 2 fuses are located on top of the power supply shield. Both fuses are rated ½ amp. See Figure 1 for the location of these fuses.

Page/Party® Connections

The TI984 needs to be connected to both the page line and the party line of the Page/Party® system. See Figure 5.

Party line connections should be made to terminals 13 and 14 as shown in Figure 5, and on the connection diagram printed on the power supply circuit board (rear enclosure).

Figure 5.

Page/Party®

Connections

In a multi-partysystem, one of the party

lines must be selected as the designated party line. The TI984 only connects to the designated party line.

Note: The33-ohmline balance resistor must be removed from the designated party line of the Page/Party® system. This resistor is generally located in a separate assembly called aline balance network. Only the line balance resistor for the party line should be disconnected. Page line connections should be made to terminals 15 and 16.

Remote Connections

The ACCESS,RESET, andDAY/NIGHT switches on the TI984’s front cover can be connected at remote locations if the unit is located away from the switchboard or primary user. See Figure 6.

The ACCESS switch manually connects between the Page/Party® system and the outside telephone line. TheRESET switch can be used to disconnect calls. TheDAY/NIGHT switch is used to switch the unit between the two modes of operation.

Note: A programming change is required to use the remoteDAY/NIGHT switch.

 

Day Mode

Night Mode

 

 

 

In Use

Constant On

Flashing, mostly on

 

 

 

Not in Use

Constant Off

Flashing, mostly off

 

 

 

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Figure 6. Remote Connections

Terminals 7 and 8 are used for the remote ACCESS switch; terminals 9 and 10 are used for the remoteRESET switch; terminals 11 and 12 are used for the remoteDAY/NIGHT switch. TheACCESS andRESET switches should be normally open (N.O.) momentary switches. TheDAY/NIGHT switch must be atwo-positionsingle pole switch and can be marked to show the operator which mode has been selected. If using an automatic timing system, the relay contact should be closed during day mode and open during night mode.

Note: Terminals 7, 9, and 11 are common to all switches; therefore, a4-wirecable may be used to connect all 3 remote switches.

When wiring is complete, replace the front cover, and connect the ribbon cable and the telephone cable.

Programming: General Instructions

The Model TI984 Telephone Interface’s programmable features allow it to be tailored to different needs. The unit is shipped from the factory programmed with a set of default parameters listed in the Programming Summary Chart on page 13. Read the entireProgramming section, record the desired selections in the column titledUser Programming, and then proceed to program the unit. We recommend that you record your programming choices for future reference.

The TI984 is programmed from a touch-tone(DTMF) telephone. If the programmer is working from an outside line, the Page/Party® system must first be accessed by calling the number to which the interface is connected. A Page/Party® handset must be takenoff-hookand theACCESS button on the front cover of the TI984 must be pushed. Ensure that the Page/Party® station is set to the designated party line.

Note: If there are no handsets, contact theGAI-Tronics’Field Service Department for programming instructions.

The two modes of operation, each with separate parameters and separate programming procedures, are day mode and night mode. Day mode parameters must be programmed with the TI984 in day mode, and night mode parameters must be programmed with the unit in night mode. The mode is chosen by toggling the DAY/NIGHT switch on the front panel; the LEDs on the front panel indicate day/night mode and if the unit is in use.

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Programming Procedure

Read the following instructions to determine which parameters are to be set, and which parameters remain at the factory setting (default setting). Refer to the Programming Table beginning on page 11 and theProgramming Summary Chart on page 13. Once the programmed parameters are determined, record them in theProgramming Summary Chart. Having all the codes chosen and recorded makes programming easier and more accurate.

Entering and Exiting the Programming Mode

1.Place the unit in day mode by pushing the DAY/NIGHT switch and observing the LED (refer to the table above).

2.When programming from an outside line, dial the telephone number of the TI984, and access the Page/Party® system. The unit’s access method determines how it will access the system. If the unit still has its original factory setting, the mode is Voice Access method. In this mode, the TI984

automatically connects the incoming call to the page line. Therefore, the programmer should have someone lift the handset of a Page/Party® station, and set the station to the TI984 party line. The programmer should then proceed with the programming instructions. If the access method has been

changed, refer to the Selecting an Incoming Access Method section (page 8) for details of how to access the Page/Party® system.

3.With access to the designated party line, dial #*92 to enter the programming mode.

4.In the programming mode, dial the sequence of options recorded in the User Programming column. Refer to theProgramming Table (page 11) for variable definitions.

Note: If the programmer presses too many buttons or attempts to enter a code the unit does not recognize, it will respond with a beep in the ear piece.

5.When all programming is finished, enter #* to end the programming session.

6.Place the unit into night mode, go back to Step 3, and program the unit for the night mode parameters.

The following tables show examples of programming input for both day mode and night mode. Remember that these are only examples and that your programming codes may be different.

 

Programming Example: Day Mode

 

 

Dial Sequence

Description

 

 

 

 

#*92

Puts the unit into program mode

 

 

#3007601

Selects voice access incoming mode; 7 seconds of voice page;

 

60 seconds to answer the call; auto-connectoption enabled

 

 

#43

Sets incoming rings to 4

 

 

#907

Sets hang up delay to 7 seconds

 

 

#10

Sets dialing mode to tone

 

 

#81

Sets Day/Night switch for internal operation

 

 

#*

Puts the unit back into operating mode

 

 

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Programming Example: Night Mode

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dial Sequence

Description

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#*92

Puts the unit into program mode

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#31

Selects ring access incoming mode

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#40

Sets incoming rings to 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#907

Sets hang up delay to 7 seconds

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#*

Puts the unit back into operating mode

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Selecting an Incoming Access Method

The incoming access method can be different for the day mode and night mode. Four modes are available: voice access, ring access, selective access, or manual access. Refer to the Programming Table on page 11 for instructions for selecting the desired access method.

VoiceAccessMethod

Using the Voice Access method, incoming calls are automatically answered (after the programmed number of rings) and connected to the page line for voice paging. The TI984 sounds a tone indicating that the page is from the outside line and not a Page/Party® station user. There are three programmable parameters for the Voice Access method.

Programmable Parameters

Page duration (0 to 99 seconds) --the amount of time the caller has to make a page before being automatically connected to the party line

The maximum number of seconds the call will be held before it is disconnected if not answered (0 to 99 seconds)

Enabling or disabling the auto-connectmode. If the unit is programmed toauto-connect,the caller will be directly connected to the designated party line if that line is alreadyoff-hook.

Note: If the TI984 is connected to an outside line, the Voice Access method may not be the best selection because wrong numbers or crank calls could access and disrupt your communications system.

RingAccessMethod

Using the Ring Access method, a ring-toneis generated on the page line to alert facility personnel of an incoming telephone call. Facility personnel can answer the call by taking a Page/Party® handsetoff-hookon the designated party line.

Note: The incoming telephone call rings on the page line after the programmed number of incoming rings.

SelectiveAccessMethod

The Selective Access method is recommended for applications where the TI984 is connected to an outside line. The Selective Access method eliminates disturbances from nuisance calls and wrong numbers, because the user must dial the correct 2-digitcode to gain access to the system. The Selective Access method is the most flexible option because it can provide the same access options available with the Voice Access methodand the Ring Access method.

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If someone calls and discovers that the designated party line is busy, they can choose the voice access method to notify the person they are trying to reach to return their call. The selective access method ensures that, even when the designated party line is in use, incoming calls are not shut out.

Using this method, the incoming call is automatically answered by the telephone interface. The telephone interface generates an audible signal that is heard by the calling party. The signal indicates the status of the party line: one beep indicates that the party line is not in use and three beeps indicates that the party line is in use.

The telephone caller has 30 seconds to respond by dialing one of two 2-digitcodes:

The first code, 1X, accesses the page line as done in the Voice Access method; and the second, the 1Y code, rings on the page line as done in the Ring Access method. The programmer can chose any numbers from 0 to 9 forX andY, but note thatX andY must be different. Refer to the Programming Table on page 11 for additional information.

Four programmable parameters are available with the Selective Access method.

Programmable Parameters

Page duration (0 to 99 seconds) --the amount of time the caller has to make a page before being automatically connected to the party line

The maximum number of seconds the call will be held before it is disconnected if not answered (0 to 99 seconds)

Enabling or disabling the auto-connectmode. If the unit is programmed toauto-connect,the caller will be directly connected to the designated party line if that line is alreadyoff-hook

Access codes – the two-digitcode used by the caller to access either the page line or the party line

ManualAccessMethod

The manual access method is ideal for use when the TI984 is connected to a switchboard manned by an operator. All incoming calls go to the switchboard, and the operator must connect the call by pressing the ACCESS button on the front cover of the TI984. The TI984 is inactive until the operator presses theACCESS button.

Operating Instructions

Many of the operating details of the TI984 are explained in the Programming Procedure section (page 7), and the operation of the TI984 is often dependent on the selected parameters. For instance, when using the selective access method for incoming calls, the directions on accessing the Page/Party® line are different than when using the voice access method. However, some operations remain the same regardless of the programmed parameters. The details of these particular parameters are outlined below.

Answering Incoming Calls

Incoming calls can be answered in the following ways:

If the designated party line is idle (with all stations on the designated party line on-hook),the call is answered when any station on the designated party line goesoff-hook.If the party line is in use, all the stations on the party line must beon-hookbefore the call can be answered.

With the voice access method selected, the TI984 can be programmed to automatically connect to the designated party line, even if the party line is in use. The call is connected after a programmed number of rings and a preset paging period has elapsed.

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Terminating Calls

Calls may be terminated in one of three ways:

When there are no Page/Party® handsetsoff-hookon the designated party line, the TI984 disconnects from the telephone line after a programmable delay. See theProgramming Procedure section (page 7) for details.

Pressing the RESET button on the front panel of the TI984 or a remoteRESET button immediately disconnects the TI984 from the telephone line.

If the incoming telephone line is equipped with the Loop Current Disconnect feature, the TI984 automatically disconnects from the telephone when the outside caller hangs up the telephone.

Number of Incoming Rings

This function sets the number of rings (1 to 10) that the TI984 waits before answering incoming calls. If you want to give the operator a chance to pick up the call before the TI984 responds, you may want to program a fairly high number of rings.

The number programmed into the unit (0 to 9) sets the delayed number of rings before the unit answers. For example, if 0 is programmed as the delay for the incoming rings, the unit answers after the first ring (programmed number plus 1). If 4 is programmed, the unit delays 4 rings and answers after the fifth ring.

Hang-upDelay

This parameter sets the time that the TI984 pauses between the time when the Page/Party® station goeson-hookand the call is disconnected. If the delay is set to 0, the TI984 disconnects the call when the Page/Party® station goeson-hook.

However, the hang-updelay can be set at 15 seconds or higher if, for example, the Page/Party® user needs to page a third individual but does not want to disconnect the telephone call. At this setting, the user has 15 seconds to make a page and get back to the page line without disconnecting the call.

Universal Parameters

The following parameters remain the same in both day and night modes. They can be set in either mode, and do not need to be set again when programming the parameters for the other mode.

Internal/External Day/NightSwitch

Determine if an internal or external (remote) switch will control the day/night mode, and make the appropriate selection. If the user plans to operate the Day/Night switch located on the front panel of the TI984, then INTERNAL should be chosen. This momentary switch toggles the unit between day and night modes. The user may watch the LED located next to the switch to determine the unit mode. Steady on or steady off means the unit is in day mode, while a blinking LED means that the unit is in night mode.

To operate the day/night mode remotely, wire a two-positionswitch and select theEXTERNAL mode. This is to ensure that the day and night modes can be marked on the remote switch.

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Programming Table

 

 

 

 

Function

RESET UNIT TO FACTORY CODES (DEFAULT)

 

 

KEY SEQUENCE

# #

 

 

DESCRIPTION

Voice access method (for incoming calls)

(Day Mode)

7-secondvoice page

 

60 seconds after the page for the call to be answered before disconnection

 

Auto-connectenabled

 

4 incoming rings before TI984 enters page mode

 

7 second hang up delay

 

Internal Day/Night switch

 

 

DESCRIPTION

Ring access method (for incoming calls)

(Night Mode)

1 incoming ring before TI984 generates a ring tone on the page line

 

7 second hang up delay

 

Internal Day/Night switch

 

 

*Function

SELECT INCOMING CALL - MANUAL ACCESS METHOD

 

 

KEY SEQUENCE

# 3 3

 

 

DESCRIPTION

If selected, a switchboard operator must manually connect the telephone call to the

 

Page/Party® system by pressing theACCESS button on the front cover of the TI984.

 

The incoming call is automatically transferred to the designated party line, provided

 

a station is off-hookon the designated party line.

 

 

*Function

SELECT INCOMING CALL - VOICE ACCESS METHOD

 

 

KEY SEQUENCE

# 3 0 P P M M A

 

 

DESCRIPTION

If selected, incoming calls are transferred directly to page line.

 

PP = number of seconds of voice page (00 to 99)

 

MM = number of seconds after a page that the call must be answered (00 to 99) or

 

the call is disconnected (auto-connectDISABLED).

 

With auto-connectedENABLED, the call is transferred directly to the

 

designated party line after the page, provided the designated party line is in use.

 

A =auto-connectoption:1 to enable or0 to disable

 

Example: To set a 15-secondvoice page, a25-secondperiod after the end of the

 

page before the call reverts to the auto-connectoption, and to enable the auto-

 

connect option, enter the following code: # 3 0 1 5 2 5 1

 

 

*Function

SELECT INCOMING CALL - RING ACCESS METHOD

 

 

KEY SEQUENCE

# 3 1

 

 

DESCRIPTION

If selected, incoming calls are transferred directly to the page line after a

 

programmed number of rings have elapsed. To answer the call, someone must take

 

a Page/Party® stationoff-hookon the designated party line.

 

 

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Programming Table

 

 

 

 

*Function

SELECT INCOMING CALL - SELECTIVE ACCESS METHOD

 

 

KEY SEQUENCE

# 3 2 P P M M A X Y

 

 

DESCRIPTION

If selected, incoming calls receive a coded beep to indicate if the designated party

 

line is in use. After hearing the coded beeps, the caller can select either voice

 

access method or ring access method. Refer to Selective Access Method on page 8.

 

PP = number of seconds of voice page (00 to 99)

 

MM = number of seconds after the page that the call must be answered (00 to 99);

 

if call is not answered, it is terminated.

 

A =auto-connectoption: 1 to enable or 0 to disable

 

X = access code digit for caller to select voice access method (0 to 9)

 

Y = access code digit for caller to select ring access method (0 to 9, must be

 

different than X)

 

Example: To set a 15-secondvoice page, a25-secondperiod after the end of the

 

page before the call reverts to the auto-connectoption, to enable theauto-connect

 

option, to set the code to enter voice access method at 2, and to set the code to enter

 

page access method at 5, enter the following code: # 3 2 1 5 2 5 1 2 5

 

 

Function

SET NUMBER OF INCOMING RINGS

 

 

KEY SEQUENCE

# 4 N

 

 

DESCRIPTION

Sets the number of rings that must elapse before the TI984 acknowledges an

 

incoming call. This function provides time for an operator to intercept incoming

 

calls. Example: To set the incoming ring delay at 4 rings, enter the following code:

 

# 4 4. The TI984 then answers the call after the fifth ring.

 

 

Function

SET HANG UP DELAY

 

 

KEY SEQUENCE

# 9 N N

 

 

DESCRIPTION

NN is the number of seconds (00 to 99) that elapseafter all Page/Party® stations on

 

the designated party line are on-hook,and the outside call is disconnected. As

 

explained above, this time should not be set to zero in case users want to page

 

during the conversation. The average time for this delay should be around 7

 

seconds. To program a 7-secondhang-updelay, enter the following code:# 9 0 7

 

 

Function

SET DAY/NIGHT SWITCH (INTERNAL/EXTERNAL)

 

 

KEY SEQUENCE

# 8 X

 

 

DESCRIPTION

Sets the method of switching between day and night modes. If the front panel

 

Day/Night switch is to be used, select INTERNAL. If the selection is made using a

 

remote switch, select EXTERNAL. Example:

 

To select internal Day/Night switching, enter: # 8 1.

 

To select external Day/Night switching, enter: # 8 0

 

 

*Choose only one of these functions for each mode: one for Day mode and one for Night mode.

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Adjustments

The inside front cover of the TI984 contains 3 potentiometers to adjust audio levels. Use a small standard screwdriver to adjust the page line level. Before adjustments are made, turn the Party Line Level potentiometer fully counterclockwise and the Page Line Level potentiometer approximately one-halfof its travel. Use an outside telephone to establish communications through the TI984 with theGAI-Tronicspaging system. Once the incoming call is connected to the page line, adjust the Page Line Level potentiometer until the volume level of the incoming page is approximately equal to a page made within the system.

After the page level is adjusted, pick up the incoming call at a station near the TI984. When communications are established, adjust the Sidetone Adjust potentiometer on the TI984 for minimum sidetone on the GAI-Tronicsstation.Sidetone is the amount of signal transmitted from the microphone to the receiver. To complete this adjustment, blow into the microphone at the station while adjusting the potentiometer on the TI984 for minimum signal in the ear piece of the station. As the potentiometer is adjusted, the signal will decrease (null), then increase.

After the sidetone adjustment is completed, adjust the Party Line Level potentiometer until the level of the signal from the telephone line is comparable to the level of a signal within the system.

If all adjustments are made properly, pages from the TI984 will be the same volume as pages from a Page/Party® station. Party line adjustment should be tested from a Page/Party® station. When properly set, this communication with an outside call will sound like communication with another station.

Programming Summary Chart

 

Factory Setting

Factory Setting

User

Description

for Day Mode

for Night Mode

Programming

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Incoming Call Mode

Voice Access Method

Ring Access Method

 

 

 

 

 

Voice Page Duration

7 seconds

Not applicable with unit

 

 

 

in Ring Access Method

 

 

 

 

 

Page to Answer Duration

60 seconds

Not applicable with unit

 

 

 

in Ring Access Method

 

 

 

 

 

Auto-connectOption

Enabled

Not applicable with unit

 

 

 

in Ring Access Method

 

 

 

 

 

Incoming Rings

4

1

 

 

 

 

 

Hang-upDelay

7 seconds

7 seconds

 

 

 

 

 

Day/Night Switch

Internal

Internal

 

 

 

 

 

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Specifications

FCC Registration Number .....................................................................................

ADG9ZP-16816-VH-E

Ringer Equivalency (REN) ................................................................................................................

0.4B

Telephone Network Interface..................

Telephone Central Office Line or PBX Line, (USOC) RJ11 jack,

 

 

using 2-wireloop start (bridged ringing) circuit

Power input .............................................

 

105-130/210-260V ac,50-60Hz, or23-28V dc, 30 watts max.

Network signaling ..........................................................................................................................

 

DTMF

Controls .........................................................................

 

Access, Reset, and Day/Night front panel switch;

 

 

page line, party line, and sidetone level controls inside enclosure

Material/finish ....................................................................

 

High-impact,glass-reinforcedpolyester, gray;

 

 

internal circuitry surrounded by metal shields

Mounting.........................................................................

 

Wall or column, four 0.280-inchmounting holes

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

4 drill spots for locating conduit; entrance to internal terminal block connections;

 

 

14-footcable with USOCRJ11C-typemodular jack for telephone subset

Dimensions .................................................................

 

9.5 H × 8 W × 3.8 D inches; (241 × 201 × 97 mm)

Temperature range...............................................................................

 

0º C to +70º C (+32º F to +158º F)

Environmental rating .................................................

 

NEMA-12dust-tightanddrip-tightindoor enclosure

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

 

9 lbs. (4.08 kg)

Page/Party® Interface

 

Page line....................................................

 

33 ohm nominal load impedance (from line balance assembly)

Party line....................................................

 

33 ohm nominal ac source impedance (internal line balanced)

Output level...................................................................................................

 

Adjustable; 1.5 VRMS nominal

 

Replacement Parts

 

 

Part Number

Description

 

 

 

 

12513-003

Hinge Replacement Kit/Internal Plugs

 

 

12516-001

Screw Pack, Phillips 1/8 inch (10 pack)

 

 

61007-002

Cable Assembly, 4-conductor,14 foot

 

 

69101-001

PCBA, Telephone Interface Power Supply/Termination Board

 

 

69111-001

PCBA, Programmable Telephone Interface Board

 

 

69112-001

PCBA, Programmable Telephone Interface LED Switch Board

 

 

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Warranty

Equipment. GAI-Tronicswarrants for a period of one (1) year from the date of shipment, that anyGAI-Tronicsequipment supplied hereunder shall be free of defects in material and workmanship, shall comply with thethen-currentproduct specifications and product literature, and if applicable, shall be fit for the purpose specified in the agreed upon quotation or proposal document. If (a) Seller’s goods prove to be defective in workmanship and/or material under normal and proper usage, or unfit for the purpose specified and agreed upon, and (b) Buyer’s claim is made within the warranty period set forth above, Buyer may return such goods toGAI-Tronicsnearest depot repair facility, freight prepaid, at which time they will be repaired or replaced, at Seller’s option, without charge to Buyer. Repair or replacement shall be Buyer’s sole and exclusive remedy, and the warranty period on any repaired or replacement equipment shall be one (1) year from the date the original equipment was shipped. In no event shallGAI-Tronicswarranty obligations with respect to equipment exceed 100% of the total cost of the equipment supplied hereunder. Buyer may also be entitled to the manufacturer’s warranty on anythird-partygoods supplied byGAI-Tronicshereunder. The applicability of any suchthird-partywarranty will be determined byGAI-Tronics.

Services. Any servicesGAI-Tronicsprovides hereunder, whether directly or through subcontractors, shall be performed in accordance with the standard of care with which such services are normally provided in the industry. If the services fail to meet the applicable industry standard,GAI-Tronicswill, for a period of one (1) year from the date of completion,re-performsuch services at no cost to Buyer. Reperformance of services shall be Buyer’s sole and exclusive remedy, and in no event shallGAI-Tronicswarranty obligations with respect to services exceed 100% of the total cost of services provided hereunder.

Warranty Periods. Every claim by Buyer alleging a defect in the goods and/or services provided hereunder shall be deemed waived unless such claim is made in writing within the applicable warranty periods as set forth above. Provided, however, that if the defect complained of is latent and not discoverable within the above warranty periods, every claim arising on account of such latent defect shall be deemed waived unless it is made in writing within a reasonable time after such latent defect is or should have been discovered by Buyer.

Limitations / Exclusions. The warranties herein shall not apply to, andGAI-Tronicsshall not be responsible for, any damage to the goods or failure of the services supplied hereunder, to the extent caused by Buyer’s neglect, failure to follow operational and maintenance procedures provided with the equipment, or the use of technicians not specifically authorized byGAI-Tronicsto maintain or service the equipment. THE WARRANTIES AND REMEDIES CONTAINED HEREIN ARE IN LIEU OF AND EXCLUDE ALL OTHER WARRANTIES AND REMEDIES, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED BY OPERATION OF LAW OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING ANY WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

Return Policy

If the equipment requires service, contact your Regional Service Center for a return authorization number (RA#). Equipment should be shipped prepaid to GAI-Tronicswith a return authorization number and a purchase order number. If the equipment is under warranty, repairs or a replacement will be made in accordance with the warranty policy set forth above. Please include a written explanation of all defects to assist our technicians in their troubleshooting efforts.

Call 800-492-1212(inside the USA) or610-777-1374(outside the USA) for help identifying the Regional Service Center closest to you.

(Rev. 1/97)